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"patrick rose" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:38 min | 10 months ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Kind of treatment that you need and deserve as as a as a resident of our city This is our time to work with police. And do it and i am as passionate as anybody because of my personal history with police. I haven't had a chance to read the book. But i will look into it. But meanwhile what happened at that party in brighton. So there's a party. I'm showing we're loud and the police were called And when they got there they told us very clearly that. There's no reason for us to be in that part of the city and also meaning all of the the black folks who were at the party And when they started asking questions Like you know What are you doing here and there was some derogatory words used that i won't be repeat on radio They decided that didn't have records. Needed records You don't have a record we're gonna we're gonna take care of that. You need a record. I mean that's the kind of stuff that was said and then they put in a police. Report was false but in order for something to stick to have something and so assault battery on a police officer which was pure bs And so. I didn't catch a record during that incident. Luckily but to many of my friends dead. And as you know corey like that. follows you and limits all types of opportunities and that's just injust We've got a right that kind of injustice in our city and make it where it's a city that that kind of stuff doesn't happen. I've also been in situations margie with a police giving me the okay for us to i mean. Quote unquote takeout. That guy. because he's a bad guy And you know those types of things shouldn't happen in our city. I think our city has made some strides but we still have a lot of work to do and this is an opportunity for us once again to sit at the table and get this stuff right. John barrows before you go talking to you for a bit and with the exception of some criticism of the acting mayor around the patrick rose thing you have made it unkind comment about any of your four primary opponents in the preliminary is what just a little bit more than a month away which is rather unusual show. Should i assume or not that while. Obviously you think you're the best candidate for the job that you think that off any of the five of you would be good incompetent next mayor of Boston jim so it is not my style to to try to Talk badly about anyone. I know all of the candidates have personal relationships with all the candidates. But let me be clear. I do believe i'm the best man And and i believe in fact that You know my history. My experience the work. That i've done around affordable housing the work that i've done to support small businesses. The work that i've done environmental justice. speaks for itself As mayor. I would be able to to meet the challenge of the day for boston us. Pass this pandemic in a safe way. I'm on the streets today providing free vaccination to Those who were walking them massachusetts avenue cast area today Because i believe and getting things done. I believe in not just talking about policy and not just talking about ideas but being out here and serving the people of boston. I've been serving since the age of fourteen and would like to continue to serve as mayor and there is i think a huge difference between my cop qualification and the four city councillors..

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"patrick rose" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"So and he wasn't. He wasn't a resident of massachusetts. What had happened. You know so. It's just again this. This is It's just such a painful story to keep revisiting which we must keep revisiting and talking about Where again you have an institution and we're having so many of these conversations. Today we're talking about the the situation with the boston police department. And the former head of the union Where where institutions protecting cover people who have been committing unspeakable terrible crimes especially against children. And you know with you. Jared i it just it just hurts every time we have to talk about it yet at the same time. We have to keep trying to clear these old cases out. Talk about them Hopefully they'll be criminal charges brought and then keep working to try and educate parents and kids and institutions. That were just not going to tolerate kids the to be careful and tell institutions that were just not going to allow this behavior to continue. I mean i. I just don't know what else to do about this. Well you know all about the catholic church that was obviously a big big huge problem of so many priests and bishops and this cardinal that were credibly accused of abusing children. But it surprised me so maybe shows you that the cops would have put up with this. You don't think of cops when the patrick rose case i am mistaken but you know what i mean. That's no. I mean. I think i think more so than priests cops look at each other as brothers and sisters the blue line idea that you know we we might romanticize too much Is a real thing and You know the reality is that if the boss if the police any police any law enforcement reported on each other to the degree of the things that they do wrong or cut corners. The police departments wouldn't be able to function right They they cut corners in many ways in cover for each other and in..

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"patrick rose" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:20 min | 10 months ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on Radio Boston

"But we expected it more to be ongoing and looking at cases as their arising to ensure that there's justice for victims who are currently what submitted complaints to the police department or raised allegations of abuses You know looking atticus that at twenty five years old presents significant challenges. And it's i think it's great that the oh pat was there to provide this type of oversight but it's not directly in line with what was intended so i'm hearing you of say this is a a office that should be looking at what's happening today. Providing transparency and accountability today. There are some lessons that were learned from looking back at ninety five That maybe we'll be helpful. This report has a series of recommendations and one of the things that i wanted to ask. You is so what happens. Now are their teeth in these recommendations. Does anybody have to do anything based on the recommendations placed in this report not really. There's not a whole lot of teeth. The mayor has made a commitment to adopting. The changes that are set forth in the report and the mayor has expressed An interest certainly desire to see this change enforced citing the lack of institution of the recommendations being made by the saint clair commission in nineteen ninety-two So hopefully we don't don't see an instance of history repeating south but i think it's also important to remember that you know. We're focused on the issue related to patrick rose. Police reform is a much broader issue and We can't just be caught up in implementation of the changes set forth this report. There's there's a broader Focus a broader set of changes that were recommended by the police reform commission and all of those changes need to be implemented and intimate implemented on a timely basis to really get the outcome that that was intended. We're talking with heavier flora's who was a member of the boston police reform task force. You talked about police reform You may have heard me. Ask allie dr manning about this missing theme or what felt missing as a reader of the report about the culture of the blue wall of silence. the culture of taking care of each other inside the police force And it's not an in that report but it is a theme that has come up consistently in conversations about police reform here in boston. So did it surprise you not to have that dimension come up and what do you expect or what could one expect. Oh pat to be able to do about that culture well. I think there's two things to consider. One is without knowing what went into this investigation. A nineteen ninety-six it. It's hard to draw any real conclusions. About what type of what type of silence may have contributed to this. However you know we do obviously know that this has been a recurring issue over the years within the bp bpd. i think that in order to Get the type of change we need. There needs to be continued. Focus on education continued development of the policies and procedures to ensure that there's equity of and that there's fairness and transparency. So we can have some accountability within the and have a citizen a community base. That feels confident that to be. Pd is being held accountable for what for their transgressions. Also you know. We can't expect change without changes in leadership if we have the same leaders in place than we should expect the same policies and procedures and the same culture to be maintained and that takes time. And i do want to note that. We reached out to acting boston police. Commissioner gregory long to join us but he declined just in a sentence heavier. Are you hopeful about the future of meaningful police reform in boston..

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"patrick rose" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:27 min | 10 months ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on Radio Boston

"But we expected it more to be ongoing and looking at cases as their arise to ensure that there's justice for victims who are currently what submitted complaints to the to the police department or raised allegations of abuses You know looking at a case that it's twenty five years old presents significant challenges. And it's i think it's great that the oh pat was there to provide this type of oversight but it's it's not directly in line with what was intended so i'm hearing you of say. This is a a office that should be looking at what's happening today. Providing transparency and accountability. Today there are some lessons that were learned from looking back at ninety five That maybe we'll be helpful. This report has a series of recommendations and one of the things that i wanted to ask. You is so what happens. Now are their teeth in these recommendations. Does anybody have to do anything based on the recommendations placed in this report not really. There's not a whole lot of teeth you know. The mayor has made a commitment to adopting. The changes that are set forth in the report and the mayor has expressed an interest. Certainly a desire to see this change enforced citing the lack of institution of the recommendations being made by the saint clair commission in nineteen ninety-two So hopefully we don't. We don't see an instance of history repeating self. But i think it's also important to remember that you know. We're focused on the issue related to patrick rose but police reform is a much broader issue. And we can't just be caught up in implementation of the changes set forth in this report. There's there's a broader Focus a broader set of changes that were recommended by the police reform commission and all of those changes need to be implemented and intimate implemented in a timely basis to really get the outcome that that was intended. We're talking with heavier flora's who was a member of the boston police reform task force. You talked about police reform You may have heard me. Ask allie jar manning about this missing theme or what felt missing as a reader of the report about the culture of the blue wall of silence. <hes> the culture of taking care of each other inside the police force and it's not an in that report but it is a theme that has come up consistently in conversations about police reform here in boston. So did it surprise you not to have that dimension come up and what do you expect or what could one expect. Oh pat to be able to do about that culture. Well i think there's there's two things to consider one is without knowing what went into this investigation in nineteen ninety-six it. It's hard to draw any real conclusions. About what type of what type of silence may have contributed to this. However you know we do obviously know that that this has been a recurring issue over the years within the bp bpd. I think that in order to get the type of change we need. There needs to be continued. Focus on education <hes> continued development of the policies and procedures to ensure that there's equity of and that there's fairness and transparency. So we can. Have you know some accountability within the bpd and have a a citizen community base. That feels confident that to be. Pd is being held accountable for what you know for their transgressions. Also you know. We can't expect change without changes in leadership if we have the same leaders in place than we should expect the same policies and procedures and the same culture to be maintained and that takes time. And i do want to note that. We reached out to acting boston police. Commissioner gregory long to join us but he declined just in a sentence heavier. Are you hopeful about the future of meaningful police reform in boston. Yes i think that there is a blueprint. That's been laid out by the by the boston. Police reform commission. And i the extended its adopted and adopted a timeline and effective manner. Than than yes. I am that is heavy are flora's. He was a member of the boston. Police reform task force and is a partner at dinsmore. And shoal have your. I appreciate you joining us again today. On radio boston thank you.

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"patrick rose" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on Radio Boston

"That is the finding of a new highly anticipated report from the city's new office of police accountability and transparency. Instead rose was allowed to return to duty and he ascended to lead the powerful patrolman's union before retiring in two thousand eighteen row. Stein's now accused of thirty. Three criminal counts against at least six children. He was arrested last august. Here is acting boston. Mayor kim janey releasing the report earlier this afternoon the failure to fully implement the reforms recommended in nineteen ninety. Two was a missed opportunity with very tragic results. And twenty twenty one. We have an obligation to ensure this never happens again wbz alley. Germany is covering the story. Joins us now allie. Welcome back to radio boston. Thanks for having me so ellie. This report is about what went wrong. And with the case of patrick rose why. Someone accused of assaulting. A child in nineteen ninety-five was allowed to remain on the force for over two decades and work with vulnerable minors. So what does it say about what went wrong. So it says that. The police departments internal affairs. Investigators were slow to act. After patrick rose was charged with sexually abusing a child. They let the criminal investigation play out and didn't even interview rose about the allegations until a year after he was charged this went directly against what the police department was told just a few years before in. What's known as the saint clair report. That's what acting mayor january's referring to about nineteen ninety. Two and that report made clear that the police should not wait for the criminal investigation to end before taking action. But in the rose case by the time the internal affairs investigators got around to investigating the victim in the case. Had been pressured to recant in the charges. Were dropped against rose. The city's review of released today also finds the department could have fired rose but it's not clear that any discipline was taken against him other than the fact that he was on desk duty for two years and he spent two more decades with the police department. Eventually leading the patrolman's union as you said allegedly abusing other kids all right so in addition to the findings about rose the report also makes recommendations. What are those and how did they get implemented right so to back up a bit. There have been a lot of recommendations over the past year to fix the boston. police department. The formation of this watchdog agency. That did this report..

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"patrick rose" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Patrick rose was accused of sexually abusing a child in one thousand nine hundred five. That is the finding of a new highly anticipated report from the city's new office of police accountability and transparency. Instead rose was allowed to return to duty and he ascended to lead the powerful patrolman's union before retiring in two thousand eighteen roast stein's now accused of thirty. Three criminal counts against at least six children. He was arrested last august. Here is acting boston. Mayor kim janey releasing the report earlier this afternoon the failure to fully implement the reforms recommended in nineteen ninety. Two was a missed opportunity with very tragic results and twenty twenty one. We have an to ensure this never happens again. Wbz alley jar. Manning is covering the story joins us now allie. Welcome back to radio boston. Thanks for having me. So elliott this report is about what went wrong and with the case of patrick rose why. Someone accused of assaulting. A child in nineteen ninety-five was allowed to remain on the force for over two decades and work with vulnerable minors. So what does it say about what went wrong. So it says that. The police departments internal affairs. Investigators were slow to act. After patrick rose was charged with sexually abusing a child. They let the criminal investigation play out and didn't even interview rose about the allegations until a year after he was charged in this went directly against what the police department was told just a few years before in. What's known as the saint clair report. That's what acting mayor. Jenny was referring to about nineteen ninety-two two and that report made clear that the police should not wait for the criminal investigation to end before taking action. But in the rose case by the time the internal affairs investigators got around to investigating the victim in the case had been pressured to recant in the charges..

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"patrick rose" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:40 min | 10 months ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"There was no prohibition on his interacting with kids. Anyway our colleague zoe. Matthew reported that a month after mayor. Kim giannis deadline for looking into this. How the police department handled this whole thing. We still don't have a report responds supposed to have in. Mid in mid june amir janey said it's not going to be made public but handed over to this group. This commission office a police accountability. Which is formed during mardi walters agency but that group hasn't even been fully staffed yet so i'm just wondering what you think about this seeming long delay in finding out how the police department handled the case of patrick rose. I'll start by saying. I think mayor janey has been more transparent than any of the mayor's prior to her right of which there were several While patrick rose was able to You know weasel his way out of accountability right and You know young individual comes forward and makes an allegation We all know this right. There was a fifty fifty eight filed. There was an investigation by. Etf there was an investigation by either. Internal affairs are anti-corruption Some of which were sustained or found credible and then No charges brought by by the office. I now lead. So i want to start by saying i think mayor janey has been far more transparent than any of the mayor's prior to her. So let's have a hard stop. After that on. But i also think and i have made this mistake before if you give the the public a date that you're going to do something by you gotta do it by that date right and You know i have john. Ellis for example are pleading was due on march fifteen. It wasn't ready on march fifteenth. Martin in case people don't know who john alice's just tell people just in case they don't know the he was full so they're a very tragic murder back in nineteen ninety three of boston..

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"patrick rose" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Looking back to boston public radio. Jim brady and marjorie. And if you're doing in we're talking to gbh's serreyah. Winter smith about police commissioner. Dennis white getting fired yesterday. It's just one scandal sadly among others. There's the molestation charges against longtime police union head and cop. Patrick rose now this massive overtime fraud. We read about in the globe yesterday with the city. Cops state cops. They'd cops have their own overtime fraud issue we're taking your calls asking is always a cumulative effect on your trust and law enforcement and if it is what do we do about this. I mean it is not healthy for there to be this lack of trust than concern that there's corruption that the leaders are engaged in horrible things. Domestic violence child molestation again allegations at this stage. If if that trust connection is broken by the way this is on top. This is not a boston. This is national on the racial divide. That has been created After the the serial killings of mostly young black men but black women to buy cops across this country. How do we fix that relationship. And do you trust your local law enforcement. I mean bill. Evans us to tell us when something horrible happens in law enforcement could happen in minneapolis and saint. Louis it can happen in california. It trickles down onto every single police force. Even if it didn't happen there but a lot of bad things are happening. Right here ripen. Eath wanna know what your reaction is through at eight seven seven three zero one eight hundred nine seven again. This is not just for people live in boston. But for people within the sound of our voices who are hearing the taint that sadly is being visited on police forces because of the behavior of people like the alleged behavior of people like white. Patrick rose and these guys and women who think it's finest the'll wanna come over time we've been. We've been hearing all this year. How african americans have a much different view of the cops and might americans and african americans have long for good reason Been worried about the cops scared of cops telling their sons. Keep your hands wheel when the cops pull you over having the talk all those kinds of things and obviously white americans are suspicious for much different reasons because they are wondering if the police officer pull over is someone who has been cheating on his overtime. I mean that's basically what you which is thinking of child molester. Rose was allowed back out to hand. I know cases involving allege. Did you watch the obama interview on cnn last night. But there is a couple of moving segments were obama's been working with some young black kids now young black men will some of them are still kids in chicago and he asked him about the police. Former president obama. There was a guy who talks about how he took a circuitous route to get to Either i think it was school because he was so scared of the cops he would say to his mother wife or somebody assist there. He was worried they wouldn't become an..

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Files on Ex-Boston Police Officer's Abuse Allegation to Be Released

WBZ Midday News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Files on Ex-Boston Police Officer's Abuse Allegation to Be Released

"Out today. Former bpd union chief Patrick Rose is charged with molesting multiple Children in incidents leading all the way back to the mid 19 nineties. The bpd receiving backlash on how this case was handled. As Rose was reportedly allowed to stay on the force, even after the criminal complaint was filed. Roses pleaded not guilty to 33 total charges, including six alleged victims. He's currently held on $200,000 cash bail and again acting Mayor Janey has made this a top priority of her new administration. As soon as we have that redacted report, you will hear it here on WBZ. Meantime, in Minneapolis jury deliberations go on. In the Derrick Show Been murder trial. CBS is Kris Van Cleave says the

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In new charges, former Boston police union president accused of sexually abusing 4 more children

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

In new charges, former Boston police union president accused of sexually abusing 4 more children

"Sex assault charges today against Patrick Rose. Four more accusers have come forward against the former president of Boston's largest police union, Pat Rose was a rain remotely on those charges, which include statutory rape. The Suffolk County Da's office says they pertain to alleged abuse against Hugh Children and dating back to the 19 nineties. Two of the other new alleged victims are still Children. Meanwhile, earlier this month, Pat Rose pleaded not guilty in a child rape case. A judge's now increases his bail to 270,000 from 250,000. He'll be back in cord late next month. Jerry

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"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And then all to the West, the mass turnpikes an easy ride out past route 30 and framing him. He's pounds in good shape, too. My king W B. C's traffic on the three we have that severe thunderstorm watch in place until 10 PM tonight, also seeing some strong thunderstorms developing. In fact, the Doppler radar is tracking a very gusty thunderstorms over lemon stir moving southeast at about 35, MPH and other areas impacted include Boston, Cambridge, Newton, Brookline, Lemon stir A Zai mentioned Wellesley as well dead and Walpole, Hudson and Westboro do get endures when the storm approaches went May become very, very gusty. Later tonight, though, turning partly cloudy and more comfortable, low near 60. Certainly a lot calmer, much cooler tomorrow. Less humid with plenty of sunshine High of 76. Tomorrow night, clear and fifties Thursday, sun and clouds afternoon showers and more thunderstorms on the way high of 72 partly sunny and warmer on Friday highs near 80 and mostly cloudy on Saturday. With possible showers and thunderstorms and drying out on Sunday. Right now we have 79 degrees in behavioral 82 down in Quincy and 83 in Boston. It's 6 35 More than a dozen new sex assault charges today against Patrick Rose. Four more accusers have come forward against the former president. Of Boston's largest police union Roses arraigned remotely on those charges, which include statutory rape. The Suffolk County district attorney's office say they pertain to a lunch abuse against Hugh Children dating back to the 19 nineties. Two of the other new alleged victims are still Children. Earlier this month, Rose pleaded not guilty and a child rape case. A judge has now increased his bail to 270,000 from 250,000.

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"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"W B Z news radio 85 with a few clouds right now in Boston. A bit of a breeze in the city at four o'clock portion of the news brought to us by Window world of Boston. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening. Senator Ed Markey, distancing himself and his campaign from reported death threats against his primary challenger, Congressman Joe Kennedy. Here's W. B. C's Karen Regal. Center it Marky Spritzes the reporters, Mike's with disinfected before giving his stump speech outside Melrose City Hall talking for 18 minutes in 19 seconds, he never mentioned his opponent, Congressman Joe Kennedy. Kennedy's campaign sent a letter to Marquis saying Kennedy's been getting death threats from Marquis supporters saying the incumbent's campaign created that atmosphere. Marquee says that is not the case. And they know I've been condemning it, insisting that anyone who wants to Engage in any kind of conduct of that nature, not do so, because it's totally wrong. Kennedy out in Brookline talking to voters. I think that there's more obviously that can be done. From his campaign reporting from Brookline, Karen Regal W. B. Z Boston's news radio for a one tonight at the RNC for night to several of the Trumps will be speaking. We'll hear from Eric Tiffany and first Lady Melania Trump. Also hear from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Here's NBC's Alex Stone tonight When Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addresses Republicans in a message from a trip he's on to Jerusalem. He'll be breaking with tradition. He'll be the first sitting secretary of state in modern times to give a speech at a political convention, critics say. It breaks with his own rules that he sets for his department, blurring the lines between personal politics and public service. The Trump campaign, saying Pompeo will be speaking in his personal capacity tonight and a 40 to Patrick Rose, the former president of Boston's largest police union, facing new charges in court today, he was arraigned on four sets of those new charges, including statutory rape. In all these latest charges, bait date back to 1991. In some cases, bail for Rose increased now from $250,000 to 2. 170,000 rose, arrested earlier this month for child rape and other charges. Prosecutors said the child in that case was a family member and Governor Baker today in Belmont, saying the evidence is clear. Large indoor gatherings can lead to outbreaks of covert 19. Well, there's a pretty interesting, um, article that I think was in The journal yesterday was based. It was based on a Brooking study that was done several months ago by a number of infectious disease specialist. Basically said that one of the biggest problem with um indoor performance art is singing, shouting, yelling, I mean back to Jonathan's point about super spreads. That's where super spreads come from. One of the largest outbreaks that took place in other parts of the country was a choir and er in the state of Washington and coming up after traffic. We'll hear from the nation's top infectious disease expert on vaccines. Right now, Speaking of its 403, so it's time for traffic and weather.

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"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And new this hour. Former Boston police union president Patrick Rose is back in court today, facing new charges for new victims have come forward, accusing rows of sexual assault out. Earlier this month, Rose was charged with aggravated rape of a child, the alleged victim. In that case, a child family member will keep you updated. As we learn more from the courthouse day two of the Republican National Convention, the GOP is making its arguments and ABC is Alex Stone reports. Republicans had said their convention would be wildly optimistic, focusing on President Trump's achievements and the patriotism of the country. While some of that was there last night was filled with dark images of what life would be like under Joe Biden, Mark and Patricia McCloskey spoke, who were charged for waving weapons at B. A. I'm protesters, You know that we're not the kind of people who backed down. Thankfully, neither is Donald Trump. Tonight on the agenda. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and first Lady Melania Trump. Alex Stone. ABC NEWS Washington Former Arizona Senator Jeff Flake is the latest Republican to endures Joe Biden and blast the incumbent. I was a Republican long before the president ever called himself one and I'll be a Republican long after identifying this such is no longer useful. Oh, him. Will be covering that story. Also, it's a main thoroughfare named in honor of a civil rights activist known as the First Lady of Roxbury. Now residents of the predominantly black neighborhood that line's Melania cast Boulevard says plans to modernize the ro discriminate against them. It's a main drag that connects tremble on street in Roxbury with the Southeast Expressway Milia cast Boulevard choked with traffic much of the time. Is like a highway safe for the trees that line it, providing shade and a buffer between the busy boulevard and the residential neighborhoods on either side. Now, the city plans to remove more than 100 trees to make way for bike lanes. Residents like retired college professor Reginald Jackson are upset when my wife said that you know this was environmental racism. I agree with her. I think that because this is a predominantly black.

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"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of anyone. But when it is somebody who has sworn to protect us and has the ability to interact with not only his family, but the community way, take this incredibly seriously, Roland says. Investigators are working to determine whether there may be other victims. Patrick Rose is being held on $100,000 cash bail. He had West Roxbury Mike Macklin W B Z Boston's NewsRadio potatoes to the American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Boston Police Department for withholding records relating to recent black lives, matter, demonstrations and other policing issues. The has requested use of force records from June's anti police brutality demonstrations. Information on police use of tear gas and pepper spray, Among other things, the civil rights groups Massachusetts chapter, saying The department has not responded to nine public records requests filed over the last year and 1/2 saying the release of the information has taken on a new urgency amid nationwide calls for police reform yesterday, police Declining to comment coming up in just a few moments, still dealing with severe drought conditions across Massachusetts and not expected to get better any time soon. More on that just ahead. First off to those roads at 803 It's time for traffic and weather together, and it's brought to you by the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three C's Laurie. I gotta crash to watch out for now, Jim, this is an Arlington. It's eastbound on route to write by Exit 57. That's Tao Avenue. Watch out for delays there. Also Route three sample getting onto 1 28 It's slowing now on the ramps, you know, getting past Route 62 in Bedford onto 1 28 in Burlington. Sap on expressways picked up volume Now Savin Hill, the Morrissey Boulevard, however, finally enough, the North downside is looking pretty good for us from Boston right into Braintree. All right, let's check out 93. Now, with David struggling. No, actually, David said Ronnie in the Mod Free Insurance copter. For 93 on your fine looking good for Wilmington and reading right down globally right down into Boston. It's wide open this morning, David adorning the mountain insurance going All Rights 95 north on that does continue to be jammed for about a mile and 1/2 getting on to 1 28 in Canton, Laurie graduated Levi's ease traffic on the three and now the W B Z four day AccuWeather forecast. We have cloudy skies in Boston. Just a little bit of sunshine breaking through. But we're gonna have more sunshine than clouds.

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"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Degrees. We have partly sunny skies in Boston. It is seven o'clock on this Friday morning in this hour of news is brought to you by Rabin. Oh, and laying wealth partners. Thanks for joining us. I'm Jim McKay. Here's what's happening. A retired 24 year Boston Police Department officer pleading not guilty to charges of rape and abuse. Of a child, five counts of indecent assault and battery on a child under the age of 14. An arraignment yesterday for Patrick Rose, who covered his face in court. The alleged victim is a child relative. Investigators say the abuse happened in Rose's home over a period of several years and once at a drive in movie theater, Suffolk County Prosecutor Audrey Mark Commonly delay disclosing sexual abuse, particularly when it's committed by a family member. This's not unusual. This is common and detectives had been trying to track down rose for more than a week before he was arrested on Wednesday night. Had a Needham parking lot. Rose retired from the Boston Police Department in 2018. He was the union president from 2014 and 20 until 2018 when he retired. He is being held on $100,000 bail at 701 A man in Hyde Park has been arrested for what police say was an attack on a child, a 40 year old man whose identity is Still yet to be released, was arrested yesterday is being charged with indecent salt and battery on a child under the age of 14 police saying the attack happened in the area of high and buses streets on Wednesday. At the time, police say they did not think that the man knew the child dead and police releasing surveillance photos leading to an arrest. Today is that deadline for school districts across the state to submit their final reopening plans for schools. The original Monday deadline extended until today, District's must be submitting plans for in person hybrid remote learning in the fall. Including how in person's safety and social distancing measures will be implemented, along with plans for remote learning and student access to the technology that is necessary in Boston. Right now they have a date, but they're still drawing up those plants and they were all about talking about it yesterday. As we hear from W. B. C's Karen Regal. We want nothing more than to teach our kids face to face and we wanted to do so where it's safe. And when it's safe. Erik Berg is the vice president of the Boston Teachers Union. He points out his school went up before the 1918 pandemic,.

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"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The three. Alright, Michael, check back in with you in about 10 minutes. But right now, let's have a head over to the forecast. And I'm pulling up the radar right now, and I'm still seeing a bit of rain out there across the South coast, but it is starting to clear up a bit. That's good news. Still, a bit of brain is well over the Cape. Mostly the outer cape at this point, saying that rain and Orleans and getting up toward the Wellfleet stretch couple showers in Truro, But by the minute we are starting to clear out just a little bit couple of showers popping up to around Randolph and Brockton. This is going to be the case for mostly southeastern Mass for the rest of the night. The rest of us just seeing a cloudy evening Maybe the sun peeking through for the next few minutes until sunset alone near 70 tonight for tomorrow, mix of sun and clouds high Just about 80 if you're right by the beach and in the city of Boston, north and west of 4 95 getting up toward the mid eighties or so for your weekend, both days, there is a chance for showers depending on where you're at, and we could see some heavier downpours possibly embedded in the shower. So just keep in mind if you're going outside for a event might want to bring the umbrella with you but of a breezes while both Saturday and Sunday Ah lot cooler than it's been for sure, we've got a I on 70 on Saturday of 75 74 on Sundays. If you're not into these really tropical weather we've been having lately. That'll be a nice reprieve for you 78 degrees right now in Attleboro, seeing 81 in Hudson, north of town at 79 in rally and Right now in Boston at 7 35 the sun is going down. Looks pretty nice actually out there and word. 77 degrees. The former head of the Boston Patrolman's Association has been ordered held on $100,000 cash bail. Patrick Rose was arraigned this morning on charges including aggravated rape of a child. The victim is a child family member, the alleged abuse taking place over years starting when that child was just seven. Rachel Rollin says they're looking into the.

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"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"If you have a hectic commune or need a boost of energy P three is there to help you take on the day. Kevin Brennan. Double B's Ease traffic off three's rain showers on the lower cape right now, also out near New Bedford and Wareham and Fair skies in Boston, where it's 83 degrees. Not as humid not as hot and we're headed into a nice Friday now looking at an increasing chance of some showers on Saturday and Sunday. Deemed divorced. Weather forecast coming up in 10 minutes. This's W. B C news radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good morning on Lori Kirby. Here are the five things you need to know. At 11 45 this Thursday, Patrick Rose, former head of the Boston Patrolmen's Association, hailed on $100,000 bail. Beating charges, including rape of a child for the first time in 21 weeks. New unemployment claims in the U. S dip under one million as Baltin schools struggle on a plan for restarting school. State education officials say that 90% of communities are good to go on some kind of in person instruction. And a day after releasing new color coded covert maps. More than a dozen cities and towns are added to the list of those at moderate or high risk for a Corona virus outbreak. With more than five million cases of Copan, 19 recorded across the nation. The head of the CDC is warning that if Americans don't wear masks, this could be quote. The worst fall from a public health perspective perspective we have ever had. Dr. David Rubin is director of policy Lab telling Good Morning America. He is worried that summer tourists can play a role in the ball, Serge I worry about a perfect storm, where many of these northern cities a lot of vacationers are going to be returning Schools may reopen. To quickly against the background rate of transmission that is not favorable AHS we head into colder weather month. And they call themselves Bring back kids M A. As in Massachusetts, a couple dozen gathered outside the Statehouse yesterday, they're calling for schools to return to in classroom.

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"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"83 partly sunny skies in Boston. Little rain along the coast right now, it's 11 o'clock on your Thursday. Good morning. I'm Laurie Kirby. Here's what's happening. Ana Raymond for Patrick grows the former president of the Boston Police Patrolman's Association charged with aggravated rape of a child. Several BBC Mike Macklin covering the arraignment. Joining us now live Mike Laurie Patrick Rose turned his back to the courtroom camera and covered his face with his hands as he stood disgraced before a judge to face the charges against him. The allegations, described by Mayor Marty Walsh is horrific. Appear just that when they were laid out in detail by the prosecutor in the courtroom rose, a 24 year Boston police veteran and a former police union president, now retired, is accused of sexual assault on a female child relative. The victim, now 14 brought to police by her father, the son of the accused the girl telling police. The abuse covered a period of about five years beginning when she was aged seven, continuing up until age 12 when she told police the abuse stopped. This was a period of time during which the accused Patrick Rose was an active Boston police officer. District Attorney Rachel Rollin says that the investigation is continuing one point. Investigators are looking into trying to determine whether there may be other victims. Bail for Patrick Rose set at $100,000 cash Not the courthouse in West Roxbury. Mike Macklin W B C. Boston's News Radio, 11 02 and historic moment presidential candidate Joe Biden, making his first appearance with his new running mate. Kamala Harris. The senator is the first black woman in the first person of Indian descent to be on a major party ticket. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris walked out for the first time as running mates to music, but no supporters in the age of the Corona virus January 20th. 2021. We're all gonna watch Senator Harris Razor right hand, Harris quickly took aim at President Trump's handling of the pandemic. There's a reason.

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"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"patrick rose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio. Beautiful sunset Tonight in Boston. It's 85 degrees in the city at eight o'clock on this Wednesday night. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. Here's what's happening. We're following developing news tonight. The former president of the Boston Police Patrolman's Association is under arrest. Patrick Rose tonight being charged with multiple accounts of indecent assault on a child under the age of 14. Be arraigned tomorrow morning in West Roxbury District Court Boston Mayor Marty Walsh in response tonight, calling for a full investigation into these charges. In a statement to W. B C news radio, the mayor says he is deeply disturbed by what he calls the horrific allegations. So far. We have no comment so far from the Boston Police Patrolman's Association. They declined to comment on these charges. Rose, joining the Boston Police Department back in 1994 spent most of his career working in Dorchester. So again, Patrick Rose, the former president of the Boston Police Patrolman's Association, under arrest, facing several charges of indecent assault on a child under the age of 14. He will be arraigned tomorrow morning and we will get you updates as the night progresses and tomorrow as well. Right here on W. B. C. A data. One Other stories were watching tonight. Former Vice President Joe Biden today in Delaware, holding his first campaign event with his brand new running mate, Senator Kamala Harris. ABC is Mark Ram Alert has more from Wilmington, Biden and Harris, looking to draw contrast not between themselves as they did during the primary, but contrast between their campaign and President Trump's Focusing on an optimism for the American dream. Biden says that America is about possibility and people are limited only by their imaginations. Both Biden and Harris stressing to voters the importance of this election, our Children Kind.

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