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Friends, family flock to Long Island to mourn Gabby Petito

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 hrs ago

Friends, family flock to Long Island to mourn Gabby Petito

"A public viewing was held for Gabby potato Sunday the missing woman whose body was found following a road trip with her boyfriend meanwhile a manhunt is underway for him in Florida hundreds turned out to pay their respects at a funeral home on Long Island where Petitot grew up her great aunt Liz was heartbroken I almost don't even have words it's just so heartbreaking what happened to her and and we love her and we know that she's at peace right now the cause of death is pending but the FBI says it's a homicide her body was found in a Wyoming National Park police say boyfriend Brian laundry is a person of interest an arrest warrant was issued for him for unauthorized use of a bank card but they would not say if it belonged to potato reports have emerged of the two fighting on their cross country road trip it's going on all right the Jewish Dobson separated the incident caught on Moab Utah police body cam I'm Julie Walker

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Fresh update on "park police" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "park police" discussed on AP News Radio

"A public viewing was held for Gabby potato Sunday the missing woman whose body was found following a road trip with her boyfriend meanwhile a manhunt is underway for him in Florida hundreds turned out to pay their respects at a funeral home on Long Island where Petitot grew up her great aunt Liz was heartbroken I almost don't even have words it's just so heartbreaking what happened to her and and we love her and we know that she's at peace right now the cause of death is pending but the FBI says it's a homicide her body was found in a Wyoming National Park police say boyfriend Brian laundry is a person of interest an arrest warrant was issued for him for unauthorized use of a bank card but they would not say if it belonged to potato reports have emerged of the 2 fighting on their cross country road trip it's going on all right the Jewish Dobson separated the incident caught on Moab Utah police body cam I'm Julie Walker

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"park police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"park police" Discussed on WTOP

"Hundreds of years. That was just really, I mean, look behind you all the mold on this. Rain last Wednesday sent several feet of water into his Crawford Drive Homes basement, which houses historical treasures. Here's a 300 year old engraving of Henry the eighth and you can see the water line. Now much of the collection he uses for his online magazine. American Heritage, and his family's keepsakes are gone already. 55 heavy duty garbage bags. Out in the front yard in Rockville, Mike Marila w T o P NEWS 10 34 The Department of Justice says it will not tolerate violence against anyone who is trying to obtain an abortion in Texas as federal leaders explore options to challenge a new state law there that bans most abortions. Attorney General Merrick Garland says DOJ will protect those seeking to obtain or provide reproductive health services under a federal law known as the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act. Also known as the Face Act. Sadie Gurman covers justice for The Wall Street Journal joined us earlier lot would allow basically federal law enforcement officers to punish people who would say, be picketing in a way that is intimidating or threatening or from actually using physical force against people who are seeking abortion access. Enforcement of it has been spotty in recent years. So what Garland statement indicates is that the Justice Department is intending to bring increased muscle to this federal law. Garland again said they wouldn't force the federal law to protect the constitutional rights of women and other persons, including access to an abortion, internal police emails, revealing more gun incidents, more arrests and more safety warnings in areas near the White House in the hours before the capital insurrection on January 6th using the freedom of Information Act. The news four I team obtained emails sent in the morning hours by Park Police and National Park Service leaders in the emails. Police shared alerts about the size of the crowd forming outside the White House Ellipse in anticipation of President Trump's speech then, and concerns about items at some of the crowd were carrying or displaying some emails warned about UN permitted backpacks. Another reporter to group had breached the bike rack security barrier near the base of the Washington monuments and powerful He also reported one person had been detained with the rifle near the World War. Two memorial coming up a small group of Americans are evacuated from Afghanistan by land. 10 36 Jay Farner here, CEO of Rocket companies..

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Padres-Nats game suspended after shooting outside DC stadium

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Padres-Nats game suspended after shooting outside DC stadium

"Saturday's game between the nationals and visiting Padres was suspended after five and a half innings due to a shooting outside nationals park police say two people were shot in the incident more than two dozen police cars ambulances and fire engines were on the street outside the third base side the Padres are just taking the field for the bottom of the sixth when several loud pops were heard from the left side of the ball park fans were told to exit the stadium to the outfield gates the Padres were leading a four behind Fernando tatis junior who was four for four with a pair of RBI singles I'm Dave Ferrie

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Man ID'd, Arrested for Crashing Car Into Washington Monument Barrier

Dr. Tom Roselle Live

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Man ID'd, Arrested for Crashing Car Into Washington Monument Barrier

"Of attempted assault with a dangerous weapon after Park police say he drove his car into a security barrier around the Washington Monument. Last night. He was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Nobody else was hurt. Park Police are investigating and unhappier National Mall

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Media Wants to Celebrate Capitol Police but Not Those Who Protected During Antifa, BLM Violence

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Media Wants to Celebrate Capitol Police but Not Those Who Protected During Antifa, BLM Violence

"A story all the headlines Congressional gold medal vote. The congressional gold medal to all the officers who defended the capital in January. 6th 21. Republicans voted no And the media very upset about this. The media very upset about this. Let's step back. The media have spent over a year trashing law enforcement in this country. Every reprobate. Imaginable. Miscreant malcontent. Whether professors or otherwise, members of black lives matter brought on T V. To tell us how bad the cops are. Except for apparently The Capitol Hill police. Because those police deserve a congressional gold medal. Not the police were trying to defend the Portland federal building. Not the police who tried to defend their own precincts in every city in this country, virtually Not the park Police and the Secret Service who defended the White House. From attacks on the White House. No, no, they don't deserve anything except To be trashed and I remember what took place in Portland. And I remember what Pelosi in Clybourne had to say the number one and number three Democrats in the House who not want to hand out gold medals. And I want to remind you Because it's only one year ago. June 2020. When Nancy Pelosi compared Federal law enforcement that was trying to protect a federal courthouse. From an insurrection, a violent armed insurrection. Stormtroopers cut 15 go.

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"park police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"park police" Discussed on WTOP

"One point, Park police were diverting all eastbound traffic along independence into West Potomac Park. We believe that still might be the case. Rick McClure, w T. O P. Traffic NOW Storm team for meteorologist Matt Later this evening. A few light showers in the forest, Southwestern suburbs and a few scattered thunderstorms in the far northwest suburbs. Otherwise mostly cloudy, warm and humid temperatures B in the upper sixties to upper seventies overnight. Any storms will end early then mostly cloudy, mild McGee with patchy fog lows in the mid sixties to near 70 very warm, very humid for tomorrow evening thunderstorms developing some of those will be strong and lasting into the night highs will be in the mid upper eighties. The storms will end Tuesday morning than breezy and warm and turning much less humid highs will be in the low eighties 14 4 meteorologist members or 80, outside our studios, brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. It's 7 11. Hiring is ongoing to staff phase two of the silver Line. The extension to Dallas Airport and beyond could open the riders and early 2022 at a recent Metro board committee meeting. There was a mention of Silver Line Phase two passenger service starting in February or March of next year, and board members were told that no new issues have popped up since their last briefing this past March, so we already have begun hiring people. For Silver Line. Phase two Metro chief operating Officer Joe Leader. I think right now we have roughly, uh 37 employees that have been hired, and we have another 57 in the pipeline with in various stages of the HR..

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Gov't Probe: Protest Not Broken up Because of Trump Photo Op

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Gov't Probe: Protest Not Broken up Because of Trump Photo Op

"A federal watchdog is out with a report on white racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House last summer demonstrators protest the George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette park with pepper pellets and flash bangs a half hour before then president trump walked across the park for a photo op the interior department's inspector general says park police did not break up the protest because of trump but rather it's still a contractor could start installing new fencing the report says while the move was justified law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other wart with protesters about the crackdown which critics say was politically motivated Sager mag ani Washington

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FedEx Shooting Victims to Be Remembered at Big Ceremony

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

FedEx Shooting Victims to Be Remembered at Big Ceremony

"I'm Julie Walker the eight people killed in a mass shooting at a FedEx warehouse were remembered today at a public ceremony at the downtown football stadium where the Indianapolis Colts play the memorial at Lucas oil stadium started with the traditional C. prayer and to tribute but governor Eric Holcomb says the legacy of those lost to war they were shining beacons to brighten the room the governor says the search for answers may never end why must tragedy strike and tear a community apart in fact here humanity of park police say former fed ex employee Brandon Scott Holt fatally shot the eight people including four members of the Sikh community before killing himself authorities have not released a motive I'm Julie Walker

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San Antonio police shoot, kill gunman at airport terminal

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

San Antonio police shoot, kill gunman at airport terminal

"Up the wrong way in a San Antonio international airport. Until Thursday afternoon. When we had there was the start of an active shooter situation, Antonio Police chief Willie McManus said. The man shot at police at the baggage claim area and around the terminal road. The park police officer who was working overtime at the airport, shot the man killing him. I had goes off to the to the officer who stopped him, McManus said. This man is believed to be the same man who was fire a gun from a top of Highway flyover ramp in northern San Antonio earlier in the day. In the end, only one person died that being the gunman In this fully ABC News SAN Antonio The mind an administration is hitting Russia with

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Defense Launches Case in Chauvin Trial

Rush Limbaugh

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Defense Launches Case in Chauvin Trial

"D. The defense now presenting its case in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Open earlier today. The prosecution rested after presenting dozens of witnesses in an attempt to prove showman murder George Floyd by kneeling on his neck during an arrest last May. The first witness for the defense is Minneapolis Park. Police officer Peter Chang, who assisted at the scene of Floyd's

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Police Officer, Driver Wounded in Chicago Area's Oak Park

Anna Davlantes

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Police Officer, Driver Wounded in Chicago Area's Oak Park

"State, police say at Oak Park police officer is hospitalized in serious but stable condition after being shot this morning during a traffic stop. The suspect in the shooting is in stable condition. Police say the Oak Park officer was assisting Forest Park police during that traffic stop. It happened in about seven this morning on Harlem Avenir near the I 2 90 Expressway and no Park. Gentleman need was at a nearby a car dealership on the shooting happened. We pulled into the lie, and we just heard a lot of like. Noises, So we were like, what's going on and sort of like firecrackers, and we just saw a lot of emotions on the bridge. The driver of the stat Vo Koa reportedly got out of his car and began firing shots He offered officer returned fire. And shot the suspect

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Authorities: Navy medic shoots 2, is shot and killed on base

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Authorities: Navy medic shoots 2, is shot and killed on base

"A navy medic is dead at a military base after shooting two people at a Maryland business park police in Frederick Maryland about fifty miles outside of Washington say a male shooter opened fire at a business wounding two people and then drove to nearby fort Dietrich police chief Jason Landau says officers who followed the man they're fatally shot him we have confirmed there is only one shooter the public is no longer at risk everyone is safe the Pentagon says only that there was an active shooting incident on the base involving a sailor Sager mag ani Washington

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Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Shoots Man Who Broke Into Officer’s Home

WGN Programming

00:16 sec | 6 months ago

Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Shoots Man Who Broke Into Officer’s Home

"A home invader was shot and seriously injured by a homeowner in Albany Park. Police arrived at Belle Plain and Kenzi just before one a.m. to find the man with facial injuries. Nobody else was hurt. We are told the incident involved in off duty Chicago police officer As we learn more, we will pass it along.

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4 seriously injured as Chicago shooting leads to crash with street sweeper

John Williams

01:18 min | 7 months ago

4 seriously injured as Chicago shooting leads to crash with street sweeper

"Kennedy just a slight delay in about at Augusta, just under 20 minutes from O'Hare downtown. It's clear in from Montrose and album Lancer Clear to the express lanes in bounder wide open as well. Stevenson. Some work on that exit to the Dan Ryan. It's got it down to one lane, and there's a crash out about on the Ryan at 79th. Now, three right lanes are blocked 25 minutes out to 95th, and that time likely to go up. Bishop forward Outbound salad from 1/30 Steel Bridge. There's a car fire in the right lane. And some gay pers and the inbound lanes to it smelled 33 from the Dan Ryan to 80 94, then in Portage Park. There's Irving Park. Cicero in Milwaukee, all closed for police activity because of that crash earlier this morning, and four people were hurt in that shooting and fiery crash near the six Corners intersection on the Northwest side. It happened around 2 30 this morning at the corner of Irving Park, Cicero and Milwaukee in Portage Park. Police said the car hit a parked a street sweeper, which caused both vehicles to burst into flames. Police say three people inside the car were taken to the hospital in serious condition. One of them a 32 year old woman had been shot three times in the stomach. The driver of the car was taken into custody. Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in the crash. Facebook is adding informational labels to posts about getting covert 19 vaccines as the tech giant tries to counter vaccine related miss information on its

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London police under pressure over clashes at women's protest

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 7 months ago

London police under pressure over clashes at women's protest

"What started off as a peaceful vigil turned into chaos as police tried to break up the gathering in the south London park police clashed with hundreds he turned up to pay their respects to Serra abroad the woman who one of the forces own offices is accused of murdering police was seen scuffling with some women at the events and one woman was seen pinned to the ground by two offices the metropolitan police's assistant commissioner had a bowl to funded the force's actions hundreds of people were tightly put together putting of posing a very real risk of easily transmitting coded ninety labor minister test Phillips believed the police's use of force was misplaced I wish that I'd had the heavy hand of the lord when I've been sexually assaulted many of those attending the vigil were already wary of the police because a serving police officer was charged with kidnapping and murdering abroad who finished March the third while walking home in London her body was found a week later the case is spoke to national outcry and heated debates on women's safety Karen Thomas London

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Boston Area Man Killed In Ipswich Mountain Bike Crash

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Boston Area Man Killed In Ipswich Mountain Bike Crash

"46 year old man. This from Ipswich. Police 46 year old man from Wellesley, has died after a mountain biking accident at Willow Dale State Park. Police received that call. Just after noon, a male biking with his friend crashed in the park. First responders on scene say he was wearing a helmet but died from his injuries. Ipswich, Fire Environmental police and other agencies are still on scene. Cause of the crash is under investigation. The man has not been identified. We will bring you the details as it becomes available.

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Driver in critical condition following car crash in Maryland

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

Driver in critical condition following car crash in Maryland

"Of a car is in critical condition after a crash in Charles County. This morning, it happened it around 4 30 on Crane, a highway near the Penfield South shopping Center in Waldorf. The Charles County Sheriff's Office says the car was traveling north on the highway when the driver lost control and hit a utility pole and then a parked police car. No one was in that police car.

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Drunken, reckless driving charges dropped against Bruce Springsteen

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Drunken, reckless driving charges dropped against Bruce Springsteen

"Driving charges have been dropped against Bruce Springsteen, but he still will pay a fine federal prosecutor declined to pursue charges of drunken driving and reckless driving against Bruce Springsteen because his blood alcohol level was 520.0 to a quarter of the legal limit in New Jersey. Springsteen pleaded guilty to a third charge consuming alcohol in a closed area, Springsteen told a judge during a video conference. He had two small shots of tequila. He will pay a $500 fine U S Park. Police say an officer saw Springsteen drink a shot of tequila and drive on his motorcycle in the Gateway National Recreation Area in New Jersey in November. Margie Szaroleta

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Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped

"Drunken driving charges have been dropped against musician Bruce Springsteen but he still will pay a fine margins are a letter with the latest federal prosecutors declined to pursue charges of drunken driving and reckless driving against Bruce Springsteen because his blood alcohol level was point to a quarter of the legal limit in New Jersey Springsteen pleaded guilty to a third charge consuming alcohol in a closed area Springsteen told a judge during a video conference he had two small shots of tequila he will pay a five hundred dollar fine U. S. park police say an officer saw Springsteen drink a shot of tequila and drive on his motorcycle in the gateway national recreation area in New Jersey in November

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"park police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:35 min | 8 months ago

"park police" Discussed on WTOP

"Chief of the U. S. Park. Police has covert 19 and a statement, Park police saying chief Gregory Monahan reported his positive test to begin contact tracing deputy chief Pamela Smith will serve as interim chief. In the meantime, president biding calling for an extension of a nuclear arms treaty with Russia more from AP correspondent Ben Thomas. White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed the proposed five year extension. The president has long been clear that the new start treaty Is in the national security interests of the United States. The new start treaty limits the U. S. And Russia to no more than 1550 deployed nuclear warheads. Each new start is the only remaining treaty constraining Russian nuclear forces, and it's set to expire next month. This extension makes even more sense when the relationship with Russia is adversarial as it is at this time, Russia have said for some time, it would welcome an extension. Ben Thomas Washington settlement reached in the 2018. Detention of an undocumented woman in Frederick County. It comes after the woman sued the county sheriff's office, claiming deputies tried to hold her illegally for immigration officers are Medrano, who lives in Frederick County, was awarded $25,000.100,000 dollars in legal fees. It comes after the A C L U. N an immigrant support group rise sued the county sheriff's Office, saying it illegally stopped her and 2018 for a broken tail. Light detained her for more than an hour over her immigration status. We hope that similar misconduct committed by the Sheriff's office is a thing of the past attorney Nick's Diner for the A. C L U says Medrano is rights were violated that day, Medrano said in a statement read by another. It's not right what they did to me. I believe there is racism within the police force. The settlement also came with an apology letter to Medrano from the county Sheriff Charles Jenkins and assurances and new policies and training for officers will prevent these situation from happening in the future. Mike Murillo w T o P News w. T. O P S reached out to Frederick County Sheriff Charles Jenkins on the story, but he was unavailable for comment. It's 11 52, a Montgomery County Council committees put off a vote on a bill that would demand more information on race and ethnicity. When police carry out stops or arrests. Montgomery County Council is not alone in calling for police reforms, and that's part of the reason that County Council Public Safety Committee put off its vote on a bill sponsored by council member Will Jawando. His bill would require detailed data collection on police interactions with the public. So while the committee called for another hearing, Jawando ass Police if some of the information couldn't be collected, even in paper form already, Jawando said. There's a real need for documenting police practices because without transparency, these are some of the things that have been most corrosive in communities of color for damaging trust. The council committee voted to hold another work session before voting on forwarding The bill to the full Council. Kate Ryan, w T. O P News is a day of firsts for Vice president Kamila Harris and Howard University as the school's band members esque. Order her during the inauguration parade. A newly sworn in vice president Kamila Harris got a special escort from her alma mater during the inaugural parade. That's the sound of the Howard University, Showtime marching Band drum line as students played ahead of her motorcade. There are beyond excited to take part now to the students. You could just hear them over the zone call just screaming. This is the third time university band director Kelvin Washington had been a part of the music for inaugurations. It was different this year as his students were taking part in history, not just for the country before the historically black colleges. Well, we just wanted to seize the opportunities..

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4 dead following shooting spree in Chicago area

WGN Programming

00:59 min | 9 months ago

4 dead following shooting spree in Chicago area

"Following a shooting spree that began on the south side of Chicago ended in Evanston. W. G. M's Judy Wang was at Coomer's Children's Hospital this morning. One of them is a 15 year old girl who was shot in the head. She was brought here to Comber Children's Hospital in critical condition. The question this morning Chicago police in Evanston police are trying to answer is why the reason For the shooting spring. The Chicago Police superintendent David Brown, identifies the suspected shooter is 32 year old Jason Nightingale Spree began yesterday afternoon and Hyde Park police a Nightingale killed a University of Chicago student in a garage. 10. Minutes later, police say when into an apartment building killed a security guard shot a 77 year old woman in the head. She was getting her mail. Mangle went to another location car jacked a man went to a convenience store and killed a man and shot an 81 year old woman. He then shot the 15 year old girl while she was writing. In a car U. S Capitol police have announced the

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"park police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:22 min | 10 months ago

"park police" Discussed on WTOP

"Farragut Square also at 40 in Laurel. It's 38 this morning and outside of our studios 30. Nine degrees 7 11 now the Washington Monument will reopen this morning after being closed since Friday. The National Park Service says it closed the monument because of a staff shortage. Some employees have to go into quarantine after a visit to the monument from Interior Secretary David Bernard, to later tested positive for covert. 19, a local county has discovered where people are most likely to become infected with the coronavirus. State contact tracing data collected in an adrenal county shows that work outside the home. Indoor retail shopping and indoor dining or the most common places, a person with covert, 19 reported visiting The Capital Gazette reports that family gatherings, house parties and outdoor events or other common types of gatherings that covert patients say they attended. Contact. Tracing shows the highest risk is working outside the home. Some people who tested positive visited multiple high risk locations, particularly on O w T o P news. Residents of the neighborhood on Capitol Hill are unhappy about plans by a proposed sports betting parlor to sell liquor. Now we've learned they're getting some help fighting those plans. The AMC six B has voted to spend up to $14,000 to hire a lawyer ahead of its protest of a liquor license application submitted by Handel 19, a sports book planning to open on Pennsylvania Avenue on Capitol Hill. This was first reported by the block Capitol Hill Corner. Other restaurants and bars already lined the commercial strip. Brah handle 19 plans to open but residents have said they're using the liquor license application is their only tool to protest the gambling. Since there's no way to appeal a sports betting license handle, 19 has said. They're opening there with or without alcohol there. GAMBLING license application is still in the review process. John Dome and W T O P News. A woman has died in a one car crash on Rock Creek Parkway. This happened about five o'clock last night near Beach Drive. U. S Park. Police say they found that car Off the road near the bike trail. The woman was found dead inside the vehicle. Her name has not yet been released. A former Tuskegee Airman has died just a few days before he was going to be honored for his service. For Thomas Farrar didn't fly combat missions overseas during World War two, but he was a graduate of the U. S Army Air Corps program that trained black military pilots during the war. For our left Lynchburg for Tuskegee, Alabama in 1941. He died Thursday at his home in Lynchburg. He was 99. He would have turned 100 this Saturday. Well, some are calling this The Christmas star. It's a rare alignment of two planets. Jupiter and Saturn will actually be at their closest point early this afternoon Eastern time, but they won't be visible in the bright daylight sky. You should be able to see them with the naked eye shortly after dusk in the southwestern sky. Astronomers say they will appear to be a double planet closer together than they've been since 12 26. In reality, there's still hundreds of millions of miles apart. Peter King CBS News coming up an arrest in the case of the disappearance of a young mother from DC 10 years ago. 7 14. Tis the season to be thankful for everything from loved ones and shared meals to surprises of all sizes and great deals like saving up.

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"park police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"park police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The House Committee on Natural Resource is had a hearing in July. I understand what happened in Lafayette Square that night was the protocol followed to give three warnings. Acting chief the park police. Gregory Monahan was one of the people who testified. Yes, sir. The particle was followed. There were three warnings given and they were giving, utilizing a long range acoustic device. It's called a L read, and that's what it stands for. That was the device used. The L. Rad is a kind of sound cannon that emit a piercing noise, A U. S Park police spokesman told NPR. The chief Monohan stands by his testimony. But a whistleblower has come forward, saying the opposite. On June 1st. I served as a liaison between the District of Columbia National Guard and the Park Police at Lafayette Square. That's Adam to Marco. He's a major in the D. C National guard. He told the House committee that he was 30 yards away from the officer, giving the warnings And he could barely hear him. And that announcement, he testified, didn't come from an L read the warnings were conveyed using a megaphone near the statue of President Andrew Jackson. From where I was standing approximately 20 yards from the demonstrators. The announcements were barely audible, and I saw no indication that the demonstrators were cognisant of the warnings to disperse. DeMarco is now a military whistleblower. His attorney, David Laufman, says his client was uniquely positioned to see the events unfold over Hayden Hilliard, the lawyer who filed that original lawsuit. Thinks its terms were violated on June 1st. She expects to file a new or related lawsuit that.

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"park police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"park police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"As you know, a standoff continues involving Cedar Park Police in a man that's barricaded inside a home in this all began yesterday afternoon. When police responded to a domestic disturbance call. Ah Mother called police and sent her young son in his early twenties, mid twenties maybe had kicked the door in. Come help us. And when police arrived is when gunfire happened that suspect shot at police. Three officers hospitalized with gunshot wounds were told they're going to be okay. Let's go to the phones and Cedar Park City Councilman might go. Herrera is with us. Mike. Thank you so much for being on the tide of Don show, can you? Can you give us an update on the police officers this morning? Yeah, absolutely. Don, don thank you for having me on this morning. So two of the officers have been released because they've gone home. And there's one who is still in hospital waiting surgery today, but it is for a non life threatening injuries. All rights and in all three suffered gunshot wounds. Correct. That is my understanding that you will give us an update. Where are we? Now? This? The standoff continues. This's going on for a long time, and I'll be honest with you. I don't think it would have gone on this long. But yet we got this current conversation involving policing. I mean, in years past, I think this would have been a whole lot sooner. Possibly what do you What do you make of what's happening and how it's unfolding this morning? Yes, a currently all through the night. There was a negotiations Ongoing. My understanding as a pretty recently is that the negotiations are still happening. But there was little movement of any during the evening. But you're absolutely right. The Particularly on the national level, the media and all the conversation going with de funding, the police department has really done two things. One is shaking the confidence of police officers, which has hindered them doing their job because they have to go into every situation, thinking that they're going to be basically guilty until proven innocent, no matter what they do, and the other thing is also turned. A lot of the members of society who a year ago would have been pro police against the police makes their jobs much, much more. Tickle. No doubt Give us an update on on Cedar Park police in this city council. Is there any concern about de funding at all? No, that is good, not going to happen on Cedar Park. In fact, we just have our budget's going on right now. And a couple of us have asked for the possibility of actually creating a new position. The police officer that was that floor by the department, but no, we're not goingto I'm not going to be fun, and it's interesting to see that you know the funny conversation coming out of out of often when the five other large cities in the state of Texas are all increasing their public safety budget. What do you think's happening in politics in Austin, Texas, in on the state level as well? I know you're running for a state offices well. Give us an update. What's what's really happening here in some of our cities. Yeah, run for House District 1 36 which is the South eastern corner of wasting County. And really, what we're saying is the state politics are now really started to follow the federal politics. I had the pleasure of working legislative session when I was a law court. UT actually worked. I'm running as a Republican actually worked for Democrats and you know, at that time there was a lot of You know, walking across the island and working together. You know the old history of what a Texas Democrat is. I think that's going away. They're starting to follow. But the national narrative, you know, even my opponent says the endorse lives with Warren for president he supported AOC provided funding. To a group called Be Awesome Justice Coalition that they want to defund HPD, which we just saw, with $150 million flashing in the budget. And you know they were just following the Austin particularly, is really starting to follow the national media and the national rhetoric. What's coming from the Democratic Party? And it's not just your Texas Democrats anymore..

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"park police" Discussed on AP News

AP News

16:29 min | 1 year ago

"park police" Discussed on AP News

"The head of the U. S. park police and the U. S. Attorney General are denying allegations by house Democrats that the action at Lafayette square on June 1 was a test run for the deployment of federal agency forces against protesters nationally the head of the U. S. park police Gregory Monahan is denying that his officers turned on protesters near the White House to clear the area for a photo event by president trump there is 100 percent 0 okay relation between our operation and the president's visit to the church appearing at the same hearing major item to mark all of the Army National Guard told lawmakers he was surprised when park police officers certainly mobilized to drive hundreds of protesters from the square use of force against demonstrators the clearing operation was an unnecessary escalation Attorney General William Barr testifying in a different house hearing says the decision to clear protesters was independent of trump's photo op that's that had nothing to do with that Barr said the plan to move protesters from Lafayette square was solidified during an afternoon meeting with multiple agencies Jennifer king Washington

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"park police" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"park police" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Bar. You just told us that nothing was ever elevated to me. You had said in an interview recently that there's a process in place an escalation system. It's the responsibility of resolve it. How is this elevated to you? The case of Roger Stone? On Monday, February 10 U. S Attorney was with me in the ways the issue so timid and had been elevated during the two months between the time the conviction came in under the former U. S attorney, and on the time that Timothy Shay started, I think shame may have had conversations with people in there. Did you ever have conversations with the former U. S attorney about this case? About the sentence. I don't recall any discussion of that stone. So, Timothy Shay, You said in the interview that he was new. You just started. He was new, but he worked for you for a long time. Didn't most this job for you? Well, when I was attorney general 30 years ago, he worked now just now. He was He was on my staff. He advised you on on criminal justice policy and law enforcement, Rane, Correct And you act you named him acting U. S attorney. Have you discussed this stone case with him before you named him? Acting attorney Know you just got sentencing with them. Not before the first time was when he came in. It wasn't Monday, actually to sister Refresh your recollection prior interview, said he came in the week before he came in to see some senior staff. That's what that's what I said He may have. He may have had discussions with People Deputy's office. I was not involved in those discussions. Basically, I didn't assume Faras. I can quite no substantive involvement in stone. That Monday when he came in in the morning. We'll miss the week before he came to see the senior staff he had worked with a week before when he was working. I know I said, I said, I think he had raised it with people in the deputy's office that senior staff to right I understand, but I was not involved. He started he started on July 31st the first week he was there. He came to raise this issue. I think he started February 1st, the first week he was there. He came into your office to raise the issue of sensing in the Interview with ABC. You see, I don't think that's what that's what you told ABC News. This was the attorney general's first time before the House Judiciary Committee since Democrats to control the House. You confined the entire five hour hearing on our website at C span dot or GE. Also today, the acting U. S. Park Police chief Gregory Boat, Mona Hand testified on the agency's role in clearing protesters in Lafayette Square Back in June. Chief Monohan said protesters were cleared from the area to erect fencing meant to stop violence that have occurred in that area. He denied that the order to clear the Lafayette Park was connected to President Trump's photo up at ST John's Church and said Park police and members of the Secret Service use quote tremendous restraint. Major Adam DeMarco of the District of Columbia National Guard was acting as a liaison between the park police and the National Guard that day and testifying under the military Whistle Blower Protection Act. Major DeMarco stated he saw unidentified law enforcement used pepper balls. To disperse protesters that day. He also testified in his opening statement that events were quote deeply disturbing and that demonstrators were quote behaving peacefully. Here's major DeMarco National Guardsmen were outfitted with standard riot gear such as facemasks shields, shin guards and batons for depend defensive purposes. But no national Guardsmen were armed with lethal or non lethal munitions. That evening. From what I observed, the demonstrators were behaving peacefully exercising their First Amendment rights At around 6 20 PM Park Police issued the first of three warning announcements to the demonstrators directing them to disperse. I did not expect the announcement so early is a DC curfew was not to go into effect until 7 p.m. That evening. 40 minutes later, the warnings were conveyed using a megaphone. You're the statue of President Andrew Jackson, approximately 50 yards from the demonstrators from where I was standing approximately 20 yards in the demonstrators. The announcements were barely audible, and I saw no indication that the demonstrators were cognisant of the warnings to disperse. At approximately 6 30 PM, the park police began the during operation led by the civil disturbance units and horse mounted officers. No National Guard personnel participated. Push or engaged in any other use of force against the demonstrators. As a clearing operation began. I heard explosions and salt smoke used to disperse protesters. The park police liaison officer told me that the explosions were stage smoke and that no tear gas is being deployed against the demonstrators. But I could feel irritation in my eyes and nose and based on my previous exposure to tear gas and training, I recognize that irritation as effects consistent with CS or tear gas, and later that evening, I found Spent tear gas canisters on the street nearby as park police pushed the demonstrators further down eight street. I saw demonstrators scattering and fleeing as park police charge towards him. I observe people fall the ground in some park. Police use their shields offensively, his weapons as I walked behind Park police pushing westward on eighth Street. I also observed unidentified law enforcement personnel behind our National Guardsmen using paintball like weapons to discharge what I later learned to be pepper balls into the crowd. As demonstrators continue to flee. That was DC National Guard Major Adam DeMarco earlier today before the House Natural Resource is committee. Also at that hearing, Acting Park police chief mourner Hand said that the dispersal began about an hour after trucks carrying fortified fencing arrived near Lafayette Square after days of violent protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd. Here's his exchange with Representive TJ Cox, Democrat of California. And what we're going to ask today and what you're what you're basically testifying that there was no correlation at all between your orders to clear the square and with the president's photo op Now would you agree? Or tell me otherwise to the park need to be cleared in order for the president to take his photo op? So our goal that day was bad question. Did that part need to be cleared to that area need to be vacated by any Your citizens for the president to take his photo. So we did not clear the park for a photo op. We no, no, no. That's not the question Whether or not you did. It didn't need to be cleared. Your professional opinion, and you're not with Secret service. But did that era need to be cleared in order for the for the president to march for the White House philosophy. It's for you to take a photo in front of ST John Square. And I don't think I'm the person answered that question. Our focus your citizens you've been around Would you think that the place needed to be cleared? And you see, I mean, I hope you can appreciate how I mean, it begs to reason that the place would have to be cleared and all of a sudden Is my colleague. Mr Glowing follows that just magically. You're very coincidently. That area was cleared and just happen to be doing that because fencing absolutely had to go up right at 6 30 because you've been waiting because contractors were making overtime, so our focus that they was to install that fencing. A. Zai spoke earlier. The timing of that So what? You're absolutely testifying, and I'd like to make a statement that there was absolutely no correlation. No direction to clear the square for the president's photo op. There is 100% 0 correlation between Our operation and the president's visit to the church. OK U. S Park police acting chief Gregory Mona Hand earlier today on Capitol Hill. You could.

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"park police" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"park police" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"You listen to podcasts now. Ladies. Gentlemen, let's go to the news here. Shall we say we have the appeals court ruling today? They're ordering the judge. That's judgment. Sullivan to dismiss the charges against Lieutenant General Michael Flynn and a filing submitted today. The order is in keeping with the Justice Department's recommendations. Here's what the president had to say by that. I want to congratulate him. He's been through a lot. He's been through a lot. He had great courage. Great fortitude they spied on the campaign has never been anything like that happen. If that were the other way around, people would be in jail for 50 years already. You know it, you know, you know it. So he says, happy for very happy about General Flynn. He was treated horribly. He was treated very, very horribly by a group of very bad people. And I think you'll see things they're going to start to come out. But what happened to General Flynn should never happen again in our country. He was persecuted. Yeah, that's exactly what he wants. He was persecuted and we're going to see because bar is hinting that sometime by the end of the summer, we're going to see something from Durham's investigation and to all of this, so we shall hide and watch. In the meantime, ladies and gentleman there some notes from Peter struck that have surfaced, new notes disclosing in a federal court filing this week. The pier to suggest that the former FBI director James Comey, believe that Flynn's call to the Russian ambassador were quote legit several weeks before federal agents interviewed him about those calls anyway. They partially redacted notes disclosed by the Department of Justice appear to refer to a meeting between President Barack Obama Vice President Anvil Joe Coming Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, National Security Advisor Susan Rice during the waning days of the Obama administration, this all from just the news dot com Writes in an email she sent to herself had previously referenced a meeting that took place on January 5th with those individuals. The notes authored by former FBI special agent Peter Struck. Appear to suggest that Comey at the time believed that Flynn's phone call to the then Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak were quote legit. The FBI would nevertheless interview Flynn later in the month regarding the calls, try to get in a perjury trap, blah, blah, blah. So a day before January 5th in the meeting, the FBI had planned to close its investigation into Flynn. Before higher authorities possibly come himself intervened and push for its continuance. The notes also suggested President Obama during the meeting, asked that quote the right people Be assigned to the Flynn case, Wink wink the right people. They also appear to indicate that Anvil Joe, at some point brought up the Logan Act, which is an obscure 17 99 law that prohibits unauthorized American citizens. From negotiating official national business with foreign countries and dispute with the U. S. Only two people have ever been charged in the law 1 18 0 to the other in 18 52 neither case resulting in a conviction. But they always go back to the Logan Act. So there you have it. Other things going on in the news ladies in Germany National Guard has been deployed. Unarmed, which I don't understand what they're unarmed, but they're protecting the DC monument, so I don't know if things get rough. How are you going to protect yourself? If you're unarmed. But the request comes as President Trump another administration officials have been critical of protesters responding to the police killing of George Floyd and efforts to remove or to face various statues. Let me ask you Well, anything, Ask me, I'll tell you This is from the hill they keep and everybody else does is to talk about the protesters. The protesters were trying to use chains to bring down Andrew Jackson's statue. The protesters, actually we got another story. The protesters Brought down to statue of an abolitionist in Wisconsin. We'll get to that in a moment. These aren't protesters, folks. These are rioters, rioters. When you're using spray paint and you're defacing stuff if you're looting, and there wasn't including as far as it's concerned, But let's just stick with what happened. Spray paint defacing monuments is not protest ng that's rioting. So that's what these people are rioting. When you throw a chain around the head of a statue and try to pull it down. That's a riot's. That's not a protest. So That's what's been going on the of the National Guard. This is, according to the park police. Or excuse me, An Army spokesman, Lieutenant Colonel Quis, Mitchell says they remain on standby, the D. C armory. This time they will support US Park police a key monuments to prevent any defacing or destruction. They're about 400 of these National Guard members would play a civil disturbance and security roll around the district. The lieutenant colonel went on to say the National Guard personnel will not be armed and will serve as a As a uniformed deterrence and crowd management capacity to maintain The closures in restricted areas. Guard members expect to stay in the area through July 8th. Going to the Pentagon. The National Guard Assistance was first reported by CNN. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, who oversees Park Police told Fox News he requested the assistance. He said. This evening I requested from the secretary of defense. To the National Guard be available to us to begin to protect additional monuments, adding that he also requested fencing be placed around Lafayette Park as well as think John's church. The area where protesters were cleared with chemical irritants on June 1st again this from the hill. Protesters there dedicated and they're dealing with a savagely significant situation, he says with law enforcement President vowing to crack down on anyone called vandalizing. We told you yesterday said that they face up to 10 years in prison. And so we'll see what happens. But we're we're turning a corner on all this stuff, folks. I mean, they're trying to take down statues of founding fathers now. I understand why the Andrew Jackson He was the family father understand why he's controversial folks. But you don't go Tearing down statues. You don't have the authority to do that if you want to.

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"park police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"park police" Discussed on KOMO

"B. I. N. U. S. park police have arrested someone at their home without incident they say related to protests at Lafayette square last Monday when he allegedly tried to topple a statue of president Andrew Jackson that from interior secretary David Bernhardt while trump admin's other trump campaign is postponed the vice president's campaign events in Florida and Arizona it says out of an abundance of caution Mike pence will still travel to those states to meet with governors and health care teams that from a White House official who ABC news and pence is still expected to address thousands at a church in Dallas tomorrow ABC news has confirmed a Washington post report that president trump's campaign directed thousands of stickers to be removed from seats inside the arena last Saturday in Tulsa hours before the trump rally that were meant to enforce social distancing and read do not sit here please the trump campaign says the rally was in full compliance with local requirements former vice president Joe Biden at the Asian American and Pacific Islander virtual town hall today I've been around the country but I do it responsibly and I don't hold rallies because it is the reason why we're in such trouble the Brazilian government announces an agreement with Oxford university and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca to produce a promising coronavirus vaccine those undergoing tests Brazil would quickly start inoculations if the vaccine is certified safe and effective this is ABC news and this is going to is one thousand FM ninety seven seven time to take a check of area roadways with como traffickers Evan Smith still looking mostly good on our roadways of rated now do blocking issues on the freeways excuse me double exception of the rock slide on highway twenty between marble mountain rock port decided detour in place to help you get around that and we have a bit of a construction work eastbound at five twelve NPR between victory and canyon road and at the off ramp of eastbound ninety two Iowa crest way is closed for roadwork until tomorrow same with the offramp or excuse me alright brother of self and five from forty fifth that's close till tomorrow morning for road work our next couple traffic is.

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"park police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"park police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The story even freaking will use the network this is delivery o'connor shot I want to follow up on this we started today this is this this media narrative that began yesterday after the president left the White House walked out the front door with many members of his cabinet and staff and store it absolutely in front of St John's church presidents church the historic American church across Lafayette square church that has been hosting presidents since James Madison and he stood there and held up the Bible we have been told that the president ordered the park police to clear Lafayette square with tear gas and rubber bullets and those protesters had just been peacefully demonstrating they were cleared out by the guest stop all like tactics of the park police with tear gas and rubber bullets so that the president could have his photo op well in and and now after that story has spread around the country around the world with tens of thousands and hundreds of thousands of viewers and well tens of thousands if it was on CNN and the re tweets and the outrage and the how dare you and the comparisons to Hitler and now we're getting some facts we're getting some facts and let me convey these facts to you because it's important the the first fact is that it was Attorney General William Barr who upon witnessing the activities at Lafayette square Lafayette park told the park police to clear it out by the way the decision was made earlier in the day actually it late Sunday night then on Monday they would increase the perimeter around the White House to include Lafayette square the reason for that was there was so much may have been so much violence on Sunday night the to better protect the president to better protect secret service who had to sixty different agents and officers injured that they would do what police often do which is extended perimeter around the the the most important vulnerable the thing that they're protecting in this case the president and the operations of the west wing in the executive office so that decision was already made when the Attorney General came by around six PM he saw that it had not been done yet he also saw projectiles being thrown Washington post is reporting that it was bar who said to the police clear this out let's go earlier in the day there was a a local Washington DC reporter who was this was around nine thirty eight thirty this morning I said a source says tear gas was never used it was smoke canisters deployed which do not have irritants to the many reporters on the ground by the way not only reported one reporter for W. J. O. A. was on mornings on the mall within coming days this morning and said oh yeah we saw people throwing bottles by the way they're not empty bottles you know that these bottles are full and often times they are frozen they're like rocks this is all planned and coordinated they bring ammo in the guise of frozen water bottles are the source of the park police said that they didn't know president trump.

"park police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"park police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Park police officer just finished a traffic stop yesterday morning when a speeding vehicle crashed into his cruiser sending it across two lanes of traffic and partially trapping him a comprehensive redistricting plan for Howard County schools expected to come up for a vote later this week the school board today expected to take a straw poll of members on the proposal that plan expected to address the issue of equity of education and student overcrowding as well as other issues facing the district secretary of state Mike Pompeii expected to announce today that the United States is softening his position on Israeli settlements in the west bank Pompeii plan to repudiate a nineteen seventy eight state department legal opinion held that settlements in the occupied territories are inconsistent with international law fifty degrees in Baltimore reporting a five thirty two I'm Michael philatelic you six eighty W. CBM news hi I'm single owner the new look comes in telling people not to roll the winner roof you see more roof leaks coming winter than any other time and you have to make the decision whether you were placed that roof now we're trying to push until next spring so why wait because you want to hold on to their money for a few more months if you didn't have to pay for the roof definitely do it now but how do you get a roofer not you call new look sign that's now roofing fail for we install the winner any for one year and when you do just that's right not a penny for one year and only pay for half when you do.

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"park police" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"park police" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Store the Orland park police chief says surveillance video appears to show to temporary steel walls fall on the girl he said each weighed up that between seventy and one hundred pounds she suffered critical head injury later died advocate Christ Medical Center in Oaklawn evidential new threat from North Korea military analysts say satellite images indicate Kim Jong hoon three she may be building a submarine capable of launching nuclear weapons ABC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz has the latest it would significantly increase the threat from North Korea we think they're still a long way from doing this we've seen Kim Jong on out there at last month talking about this brand new ballistic missile submarine so this is just another sign that they continue on that track the trump administration's threatening to pull federal money from a hospital in Vermont in response to a nurse's claim that she was forced to participated in abortion procedure despite objecting on religious grounds ABC's employer the HHS says that they only used to receive maybe one complaint a year on these types of cases religious discrimination religious freedom cases as what they call them now the receiving hundreds and when I talked to an HHS official he said he thinks it's trumping elected and talking about religious freedom and people knowing that they have this right a teacher S. referring to the U. S. department of health and Human Services it's currently pursuing the nurses case a democratic presidential contenders are reacting to news that senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York has dropped out of the race for the White House former vice president Joe Biden was asked whether she should have been allowed to participate in the next democratic debate despite her not garnering the minimum two percent support pole number six.

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"park police" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

The Nightly Rant

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"park police" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

"The circuses back. Oh, jeeze. And it's the Huntington beach. Civic. City council meeting so, but there's a reason why we had to do that. Why do we have to do that? Because somebody made other plans during our podcast time. Why did you make other plans? Just I was here in this exact position, some guests to somehow. I don't doubt that you were laying on the couch last night while I was gone. On how I don't doubt that she was sitting right where you are. I doubt it anyway. Why were you gone last night? Well, I went last night on a ride along with the Boina park police department. Contrary to the Facebook comments. You didn't get arrested now who will, first of all, who posts a picture. Well, that's true. Then you see the picture that says ride along when you're getting arrested, but okay, whatever smart people who don't want others to know they got arrested. However, what police officer lets you take a picture with them while getting arrested? Yeah, at our question. That part's true, but it was fun. I actually. Went out with a sergeant for an hour and a half, and we did a lot of chatting about Winter Park and school dude. Dude, what its strengths are. What is weaknesses are things of his does well, things that it used to do better things that it could do better, those kind of things. You know, we chatted about a lot of different things, and he was a really cool guy. He is a baseball fan. He kept tuning in. I think it was the angels game tune but kept tuning in a game. While we were driving around and kept turn the, he had the radio on, turn down the turn it up, but it was interesting. I mean, we responded to a call for a robbery in progress you. That's exciting. I mean, while there was no robbery, you still have to see the in-progress process and then. Yeah. And then we discussed lot of the different areas of wine park, and we talked about the homeless and we talked about the motels and how there's too many of them and that because they're businessmen, they wanna make money. Sometimes they make the bad decisions and take. Money for the wrong people. So because it seems pretty legit that they'd make more money doing hourly rights than nightly rates. Yeah. So it was. It was interesting because he learned that aspect. And then we switched after about an hour and a half because he had a takeover command for the. And so he switched and I got a female police officer and. She reminded me exactly of you. Well. I guess I'm not that unique. Her statements about things I could picture if I close my eyes. It was like, you were saying it I, it was. It was funny. The tons of sarcasm were real. Yes, I'd say and like I was we were talking and she was asking me was going. As I had hoped better than I had hoped you know, worse than I had hoped as much better than I helped. And I said, I figured you guys wouldn't stand, couldn't stand me because I'm so sorry, casting in what do I find out you give me two of the most are cast people on a police department..

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"park police" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"park police" Discussed on Skullduggery

"I'm michael isikoff chief investigative correspondent for yahoo news and i'm dan kleinman editor in chief of yahoo news you know dan i was very much involved in the early reporting on the death of vince foster and i have to say some of my reporting probably fanned a lot of these conspiracy theories right after foster's death the park police was the lead investigative agency because this was fort marcy park in northern virginia it was it was parked police territory and the park police guys on the case wanted to understand what drove foster to his death they pretty quickly concluded it was suicide but why why would a senior white house official take his own life and they wanted access to foster's office the documents in foster's office was there something that was going on in his life going on with the work he was doing for then president bill clinton that drove him to his death and the white house chief counsel bernie nussbaum wouldn't let the park police guys look at the stuff in foster's office they blocked he blocked them from getting access and those park police cops were pissed off i tracked down one of them late at night just a couple of nights after foster's death and the cop unloaded extol that was being blocked from from doing his job wrote it up for the post was included in a big front page story lead by line and deborah and that in and of itself helped sam the flames that there might be some something dark going on lead to foster's death and it look it was i'm sure totally legitimate story all conspiracy theories have some kernel of truth that that gives them you know oxygen and it's what people do with the information and what happens to those theories and how people won't let them go that is the problem and yeah this was fake news before we called it fake news and it's reminder of the sort of enduring power of conspiracy theories and that that was before social media which today a really gives these these crazy stories traction and you know you know exactly and i i should point out a nother nugget in my early reporting that help than the flames was there were a message slips that i learned about a phone calls that were made to foster in in the last day of his life and one of them was from a denver lawyer named jim lyons who had been the campaign lawyer for the clintons who was handling the whitewater matter which was being resurrected that summer by folks who thought that the justice department needed to reopen at investigation in to the failed savings and loan owned by jim mcdougal bill and hillary clinton's longtime business partner so the fact that foster was in communication with somebody directly involved in the whitewater matter was a nother little piece of information that really help the spawn these conspiracy theories and guy should i should just point out the guy i was referring to in that cold open who was the principal conspiracies was this young obscure reporter for the new york post named christopher ruddy who made this the foster case his he he obsessed over it he wrote constantly over he suggested that there was more to foster's death m that he might actually have been murdered and that just took off well let's i want to get into the the the conspiracy theory itself but before we do that you also mentioned a a lawyer who was involved in in investigating the vince foster's suicide and is now on president president trump's shortlist to be supreme court to be his prem court justice nominee who was that that was brett cavanaugh very much in the news ra someone very much in the news right now who we know well from from back in the ninety s when he was in in investigating the clinton administration and his part of his to brief for ken starr the independent counsel was to reinvestigate the death of ins foster which had already been investigated by five separate government agencies all of which found that he committed suicide and then bread bread pret cavenaugh led this team of investigators at included forensic experts medical doctors pathologists fbi agents to to.

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"park police" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"park police" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"The statue of liberty this after a protester climbed the statue that protesters still they're standing her ground that the nypd and us park police are on the scene they have constructed a system there too to try to get her down safely cnn's bryn gingrass she's been following the story brent what what's the latest you're hearing standing her ground and being very daring as you can see she keeps moving around the base of the statue of liberty which we know is a hundred and fifty feet above the water there so what you're seeing right here live pictures three of those police officers that you can see those are members of the emergency services unit of the nypd those are highly trained highly skilled officers who are right now in a harness system with each other and unto that ladder and are trying to coax that woman to get closer to them so they can actually put a harness on her and get her down to safety now this is the eighth person a part of a protest that happened earlier today police actually got a call about three fifteen of protesters at the foot of the statue of liberty holding up a sign that said abolish ice seven of those people were put under arrest and then this eight person climbed hire you could see her holding a sign there as well we know that liberty island where the statue of liberty is has been evacuated on the fourth of july you can imagine a how that is in manhattan this would have been a very busy day for taurus and others we also know that a hostage negotiation team with the nypd is right now in route to that area to help those issue members to try to coax her to come down safely jim thanks very much set we'll continue to follow that story now to our world lead breaking news here uk counterterrorism forces have descended on a small town after police discovered a couple unconscious this on saturday location interesting here ten miles from where you care thirties believe russia poisoned a former russian spy and his daughter with a military grade nerve agent in march cnn's aaron mclaughlin joining us now with news on the story of evidence of a connection what can you tell us that's right jim what we were just hearing from the assistant commissioner for the counter terrorism police for scotland yard a confirming that this couple that have been identified a not by name but as a couple in their forties abaya thorns to have been exposed to the nerve agent nova chunk earlier in the week now that is significant because that is the same nerve agent that the scruples sergei scruple and his daughter yulia ripois ind with some four months ago in salisbury which as you mentioned is about nine or ten miles away from this tiny english village so thority simply adjust confirming that a based on detailed tests that they've been carrying out throughout the day the question really at this point is how did this couple which has again not been named by authorities but identified in british media reports as fortyfiveyearold charlie rally and forty four year old dawn sturges how did they come into contact with this deadly nerve agent well just incredible news there this was a really shocking attack that the uk and the west blames on russia when this former russian spine has daughter poisoned in march we have phil mudd with us now this is truly remarkable i mean you have a number of scenarios here the possibility that that russia used this very rare very deadly nerve agent again why this couple who knows was it accidental as you're looking at this from your perspective long service in counterterrorism what possibilities would you be looking at there's two things i'm thinking of i the short term you look at the amount of data you should be able to pick up here number one obviously who are these people would there be any reason for a foreigner domestic service to try to kill them what is the agent who had have the access to that agent.

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"park police" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"park police" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"He reached many people and he i think people may not realize he was of course have young thirty four years old and he had he had written a memoir about being in public service here in las vegas and how important that west ham and maybe for some of us that that brings home had deep in his sole he fell back connection to public service aps which is something that you just saw in him every day every day absolutely his his book his memoir is gives his insights and not just you know his life the metric police park police officer but also him as a soldier as a battering as a coach yeah he hughes i cannot express and saving words the type of person that was i mean just the prime example of what you would want for a senior leader a human being to see i mean he just gave dave and gave and never asked for anything in return and i know that that is a great gift for his children to know that that was their father and to hear that at their use it losing him and they are they are young i am how are they you know from the family vein you know they ask for some privacy and some debts just in space for them to mourn their loss and obviously with anybody who's going through the tragedy just to give them the time to process it i think for most of us it's still a surreal feeling and i know for myself and my soldiers i we got together yesterday in and health something forehand and the stories that i heard and the laughter just the words at the soldiers had about him you know those are the memories at all live on and i don't think for anybody it'll really hit home until you know we're out there formation and he's also stand in front of everyone.

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