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Fresh update on "police chief" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"For treatment. Their injuries expected to be non life threatening to officers who fired the shots are on leave as the department takes a closer look into what exactly happened now in Vermont. There's a brand new report out tonight that shows black drivers were stopped in that state at a higher rate by police than white drivers. This study is called trends in racial disparities in Vermont traffic stops, and it takes a closer look at more than 800,000 stops between 2014 and 2019. This involves 79 law enforcement agencies. The report also shows black and Hispanic drivers in Vermont are ticketed, arrested and searched at a higher rate than their white counterparts and remain a top law enforcement officer is facing criticism over posts on social media, citing safety concerns. Dozens of lawmakers and made are asking the state's public safety commissioner to place Capitol police chief Russ covered on leave after controversial social media postings. He has posted right wing conspiracy theories online as well as Conservative articles that question the importance of face coverings means that depict bombings and refer to black lives matter. Protestors as criminals. Jim Krystle, a CBS News WBZ News radio is your trusted source for complete coverage of the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamila Harris, Joseph R. Biden. You do solemnly swear that I will support and.
Ohio police officer shot and killed following hours long standoff
"To death in Ohio during a standoff in Toledo last night with a man who barricaded himself inside a home. Toledo's police chief says negotiators had tried for hours to get the man out before they had to deploy tear gas suspect came out of the house. With two firearms. And started shooting. Um I'm sad to say that Officer Brandon's stalker was struck once and has passed away. That officer was only 24 years old. The suspect had a warrant for his arrest on accusations that he had vandalized a cathedral earlier in the day Monday. Why the North Carolina
Fresh update on "police chief" discussed on John Howell
"But the pre planning and coordination and the intelligence. We're not really managed well, and we were not in a position to be successful that there's a country well, we're not pros, but to our eyes and ears. You looked woefully unprepared. Frankly, no one really understood. The situation. No specifics or clarity. What the size of the crowd where they were, did they actually breach the building? So there was great confusion. We're trying to get clarity understanding than the mayor called me with the police chief after that, so I ran down the hall to get authority to launch because I knew something was happening but didn't have great understanding. Okay, Well, that's that's clear. Thank you, sir. For that edification. Well. Susan Stokes is a political scientist. She directs the Chicago Center on Democracy right there in Hyde Park at the University of Chicago. And she notes that while our national fabric is a bit Thorne and people are worked up, it's not as bad as a civil war. Why Because civil wars typically require a split in the armed forces or the emergence of a full scale rebel army and we've not seen that. Yet we'll take it up with her after six o'clock here on Double D s Senate, seven o'clock just a quick reminder that the fighting a line I are in action tonight after the show that finding the line I host the Penn State Nittany Newton Nittany Lions, and that starts at seven o'clock straight up here on your home for a line I basketball. Double DLS coming up next. It's true, and I meant to bring this up with Steven Moore. But I missed him this week. Trump's most enduring legacy could be the historic rise and the national debt. We have the evidence by the numbers for your next on Double D. L s inbound.
Former Danvers Police Chief Patrick Ambrose Dies 1 Week After Retirement
"Police chief Patrick Ambrose has died. Danvers police notifying the public yesterday, Ambrose was just a week into retirement. He retired on January, 8th Ambrose had worked for the Danvers Police Department for 35 years. No word yet on the cause of death. He leaves behind a wife and three Children.
Fresh update on "police chief" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Talk, and I think he is going to try to be a major player After he leaves. He's gonna try to be the king maker and Republican politics. He will leave open the possibility of running for president. But man, he's got a lot he's gonna be contending with. It will make that very Very difficult. President elected Joe Biden is in Washington D. C tonight, they he and the vice president elect will be taking part in a memorial for covert 19 victims near the REFLECTING pool tomorrow. Joe Biden and Kamila Harris will be sworn into office WBC. Of course, we'll have continuous coverage throughout the day tomorrow on WBC news radio. And download the I Heart radio. Absolutely Listen anywhere you go on top law enforcement officer in New England facing some criticism over Social media Post, citing safety concerns, dozens of lawmakers and made are asking the state's public safety commissioner to place Capitol police chief Russ covered on leave after controversial social media postings. He has posted right wing conspiracy theories online as well as Conservative articles that question the importance of face coverings means that depict bombings and refer to black lives matter. Protestors as criminals. Jim Chris Illicit BS. No. A region wide help line to address covert 19 related questions official has been launched on Cape Cod County officials say many residents are still confused about when they can get the vaccine. It may have just launched Tuesday morning. But so far the volunteer staff managing the help line has been inundated with requests from residents to be added to a sign up list to receive the vaccine. There's just one problem. There is no sign of list anywhere in the state for the general public on its official Twitter Page. Barnstable County said they even receiving many of these calls and added that it's anticipating a registration process will be announces Massachusetts enters Phase Two of the rollout This confusion was the reason the county it originally launched the service, according to communications manager Sonya She's Lee, who says county staff had been getting flooded with calls from residents looking to secure their spots in line..
Man arrested after making bomb threat near FBI building in Seattle
"Leave state capitals also beefing up security the expectations of possible violence that those a bomb scare any of the FBI building in downtown Seattle yesterday, Seattle police chief Adrian Diaz says 34 year old man arrested after setting fire to his car and then Claiming he had an explosive device. No bomb was found to be charged with investigation of bomb threats. On so he will probably see court sometime this weekend.
Heightened Security in Washington D.C. Ahead of Presidential Inauguration
"Of a president always comes with heavy security. But this time around tremendously increased security in the wake of last week's deadly attack on the nation's capital. Supporters of the outgoing president. Here's correspondent Martha ran in the nation's capital braced for violence, checkpoints and barricades throughout the city Armed National Guard patrolling Capitol Hill. And with just four days before Joe Biden is sworn in unprecedented shutdowns, and an inaugural rehearsal planned by the Biden team for Sunday, has been postponed, according to sources among the FBI's top concerns for Inauguration Day that substantial threat of improvised explosive devices Despite alerts and warnings, President Biden says he feels safe about Inauguration Day. Meantime, D C. Police chief Robert Conte says that more than 20,000 National Guardsmen could be expected in the district for the inauguration, though he says the Secret Service will provide the final word on those numbers. New YORK, New Jersey, Connecticut, all saying, they're increasing the number of National Guard troops they're being sent to Washington. The
Strict Security Measures In Place In Washington DC Ahead Of Inauguration Day
"Will be pretty much locked down for Biden's inauguration. It's usually a festive event here in DC Americans arriving from all over and cramming the National Mall this year will be significantly different Police chief Robert Conti. The third city is essentially locked down. I made what the Secret Service is. Matt Miller calls a very concerning chatter online after the Capitol riot. We cannot allow a recurrence. Of the chaos in illegal activity. There will be roughly five times as many national Guard members here in D. C. As there are U. S troops in Iraq and Afghanistan combined, Most of the national mall is closed and the inauguration ceremony itself will be smaller than usual. That disappoints House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Obviously, we're excited about nominating a new president of the United States. But, she says, What will not be different is the oath. Joe Biden takes Soccer Megane Washington I'm
Capitol Police report warned that Congress could be targeted three days before riot
"Tonight. An internal Capitol Police Intelligence report issued three days before the assault on the U. S. Capitol, warned that there could be an attack last Wednesday on Congress itself, The Washington Post reports. The 12 page memo detailed how President Trump's supporters saw that day as the last chance to try to overturn the election results, adding quote, This sense of desperation and disappointment may lead to more of an incentive to become violent. Unlike Obvious post election protests. The targets of the pro trump supporters are not necessarily the counter. Protesters says they were previously but rather, Congress itself is the target on the sixth. Two people familiar with that memo, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the memo was shared to all Capitol Police Command Staff. Washington Post Political investigative reporter Carol Lin Egg is the journalist who broke the story son who was the Capitol police chief until resigning in the wake of the security failures and the siege. He got this Intel report and he's declined to discuss the details of it with me. But I know from other sources that he got this report on the third and that's what made him go to the sergeant at arms in the Senate and the House, his bosses and say, Look, guys, I think I need emergency activation of the National Guard. They turned him down and said that they didn't like the idea of that. They didn't like the optics of the military looming over the capital. They didn't think their leadership their bosses, the Speaker Pelosi or Mitch McConnell, the Senate leader would agree. So they said No no comment tonight on the memo from a Capitol police spokeswoman.
National Mall closed to public ahead of Biden inauguration
"Washington D. C will be close to shut down for Biden's inauguration because of last week's attack on the Capitol. AP Soccer Mahogany With more It's usually a festive event here in D. C. Americans arriving from all over and cramming the National Mall this year will be significantly different police chief Robert Conti. The third city is a sense We locked down. I made what the Secret Service is. Matt Miller calls a very concerning chatter online after the Capitol riot. We cannot allow a recurrence of the chaos in illegal activity. There will be roughly five times as many National Guard members here in D. C. As there are U. S troops in Iraq and Afghanistan combined, Most of the national mall is closed and the inauguration ceremony itself will be smaller than usual. That disappoints House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Obviously, we're excited about nominating a new president of the United States. But she says What will not be different is the oath. Joe Biden takes this is AP News.
'Planned, Coordinated Attack': Former Capitol Police Chief On The Insurrection
"He increasingly believes the insurrection at the Capitol was part of an orchestrated plan. Son resigned shortly after the deadly riot. He says his agency received warnings of potential violence on January 6th. But nothing prepared them for what they saw that day. This was this was not a demonstration. This was not a failure to plan for a demonstration. This was a planned coordinated attack on the United States Capitol as part of that planned coordinated attack son believes pipe bombs planted nearby were intended to distract police from the mobs. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzalez spoke with
Washington prepares for inauguration amid threats
"The nation's capital is nervously preparing for next week's inauguration amid heightened security fears it's usually a festive event here in DC Americans arriving from all over and cramming the national mall this year it will be significantly different police chief Robert Conti the third city is essentially locked down amid what the secret service's Matt Miller recalls a very concerning chatter online after the capital right we cannot allow a recurrence of the chaos in illegal activity there will be roughly five times as many National Guard members here in DC as there are you S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan combined most of the national mall was closed and the inauguration ceremony itself will be smaller than usual that disappoints house speaker Nancy Pelosi obviously we're excited about nominating a new president of the United States but she says what will not be different is the Joe Biden takes Sager made ani Washington
DOH Pinellas runs out of slots for COVID-19 vaccine
"Take long for all the vaccine appointments to fill up in Pinellas County. Portal opened a 10 o'clock this morning in less than an hour later, all 10,000 slots were taken. Those lucky enough to get an appointment will get their first dose next week, County Administrator Berry Burton says. They'll have paramedics on hand to help get people through. We're going to run this Saturday with personnel. We wanna make sure not only the technology works, but when you go to the website when you get out inside in your checked in And then you blow through the site, and it goes in a smooth mayor. If you were not able to make an appointment this morning, you can still log on to the patient. Portal fl dot com site to receive an alert When the next shipment arrives, we'll tapas police chief
Fort Worth Expected To Name New Police Chief From 6 Finalist By End Of Month, Dallas
"In Fort Worth, is expected to name a new police chief from six finalists by the end of the month. The final candidates met for formed answer questions submitted by community members. They also met with panels of residents and city officials.
Washington DC officer seen crushed in doorway speaks out
"We're hearing from the police officer who was nearly crushed to death in a doorway is rioter stormed the U. S Capitol last week. Disturbing video has been shared around the world. And tonight he's one of three police officers speaking about confronting the violent mob. Sam Ford from our Washington D. C sister station has a story. We've seen the images now. Acting D C. Police chief Robert Conte let three MPD officers who were there talk. That was the one that was crushed in the door, but they have a heroic story. It's the tunnel through which a president walks out for the inaugural ceremony. But January 6th these three officers were there in the crush, fighting to keep out of that capital entrance. Rioters who police that had bear Mace It's not only painful, but you literally can't open your eyes and when you can open your eyes and you're in the middle of what way would call a fight? The struggle was sometimes in the cops favor. Sometimes in the rioters. I guess I got pin through the small back and forth we had fighting for, you know every inch Fourth District Officer, Hodges was trapped in the back and forth thought, you know this might be it. I might die and there's nothing I can do to defend myself at this point, so I just started screaming my lungs for the under. Give me a way out. Get me a ladder retreat, he said a rider beating with his own baton before other officers freed him, and when police managed to push riders out, officer Michael for known, said they yanked him out with him beating him tasing him because guys were like crabbing here off my vest, and they ripped my badge from me and people were trying to grab my gun. I remember guys chanting like killing with his own gun. Um, I thought about killing people, the Blue High grad said. Instead, he told the writers he had kids. Some shielded him until his partner, officer Jimmy Albright, at the top of this picture, got him back in the tunnel. He suffered a mild heart attack hospitalized two days. The other officers were not hospitalized. Really stunning. The officers say that they were stunned that many of those writers believe the police were supposed to be helping them break into the capital. The FBI has
Scrutinized Houston Police officer resigns amid investigation
"S Capitol building last week, has resigned. Houston police Chief Art s A vato says the 18 year veteran of the Houston Police Department submitted his resignation this morning. I can't tell you the anger, I feel The thought of a police officer and other police officers thinking they get to go Storm the Capitol. Azevedo says. The officer was scheduled to have a disciplinary hearing before he resigned. Texas business Posing numbers on Wall Street The Dow
Civilians could be next target in extremist violence
"Officials brief police chiefs more around the country on threats of extremist violence in the run up to the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. They're warning about potential attacks on their state capitals, federal buildings, businesses and even the homes of members of Congress next week. Next Wednesday, I suspect there will be folks that do come to Washington, D C to protest and in riot and continue seditious acts. I would also be significantly concerned about some of these longer term planning efforts amongst the Boogaloo Boys and other these lar pers and cause play sedition. Ists. California governor given Newsome mobilizes the 1000 members of the National Guard and erects a temporary chain link fence around the state Capitol, bolstering other temporary and permanent barriers. 30 members of the House of Representatives, calling for an investigation of possible collusion by far right Republican Congress members or members of their staff and helping pro Trump extremists assault the U. S Capitol last week. A
Houston police officer resigns after being linked to Capitol, Washington DC, takeover
"Houston police officer who allegedly joined. Last week's insurrection. At the us capitol has now resigned. Lucille vase tells us he quit the force just before he was supposed to have a disciplinary hearing houston police officer tamdan fam- served in hbd for eighteen years and now he's been relieved of duty this week. After allegedly joining pro-trump extremists who entered the capitol building. Police chief art also confirmed via twitter. That the officer submitted his resignation of a scheduled disciplinary hearing mayor sylvester turner says. He believes the officer should have never been at the capitol to begin with law. And we don't participate in homelessness. I have zero tolerance for that fan told the houston chronicle. The he should not have participated famous expected to face federal charges. Although what the charges might be are unknown at this time
Why Black Officers Find Breach Of U.S. Capitol Particularly Upsetting
"Law enforcement officers were overpowered by that violent mob in the nation's capital. Last week. Disturbing videos show that police officers were kicked and punched and beaten with flagpoles. One police officer was killed and another later died by suicide off duty. But there were also a few police officers that appeared to sympathize with the mob. MPR's Leila Fadel reports that for current and retired black police officers It was particularly upsetting. Last week sharing Blackman Malloy watched her former colleagues try to stave off Attackers of the capital alone. Black officer heroically facing a largely white mob as they first breach the building. A lot of them felt like they were all all along black when Malloy is a retired U. S Capitol police officer and the vice president of the United States Black Capitol Police Association. Which led a class action lawsuit in 2012 against the Capitol police for alleged discrimination. She's also the lead plaintiff in the historic 2001 class action discrimination lawsuit against the Capitol Police board. Our organization is calling for criminal charges against the sergeant at arms of the House and the Senate, as well as the former U. S. Capitol police chief who resigned after the attack because they loved them unprepared. She spoken to black police officers that were at the Capitol that day. They're traumatized. Some of the crowd called him the n word. Some are injured. They're also scared because they saw a few of their white colleagues show sympathy with the mob. Several Capitol police officers were suspended as the department investigates the attack on Congress, among them the officer who took Selfies with writers and another who popped on a mag, a hat and directed Attackers around the building. Blackman. Malloy says black Capitol police officers told her this about inauguration Day and then now you expect me to go stand beside an officer not knowing whether or not he's one of one of the terrorists, that's what that's what we did. Then Maybe there were some off duty police officers from outside D. C in the crowd. Police departments are investigating, and that's not lost on so many police officers around the country, particularly black police officers who faced discrimination on the force. Carl Shaw sued the police division of the city of Columbus for racial discrimination and settled for $475,000. You have good police also said you have actually saucers, and in my case, if it wouldn't have been for white officers standing up and risking their careers, wouldn't have had a leg to stand on. I just think we need to change the way we police and the hiring practices. Also the settlement, which conceded no wrongdoing included to demand that the retaliation he faced for reporting racism by superior be a fireable offense. Char retires next month. If you're trading black officers this way, What are you doing to the general public? Heather Taylor, recently retired sergeant from the ST Louis Police Department was texting with other black officers as she watched the attack on Congress. She thought about many of our fellow officers who made the assumption that Trump flags meant support for law enforcement, even when the crowds were incited by the president's lies and included hate groups. Meanwhile, black lives matter. Protestors demanding racial justice were treated as hostile. I don't know maybe realize that these people who are extremists who are militia Who are a part of these groups or about civil war. They want civil war They want to do away with the government and law enforcement has hair to him. Taylor most recently headed the Ethical Society of Police, a ST Louis police organization that addresses racial discrimination in the police force and the community. Okay, well, they're gonna shake I'm going to say that these people are going to turn on them that the police are going to see that the same people that you supported over African Americans in black lives matter. You're going to see that it's different that they're going to turn on you. Sure enough, it was worse than what we could ever imagine. In Minneapolis Metro Transit Police chief Eddie Frizzell says he did more planning for the Super Bowl in Minneapolis than what he saw in the capital last week. Now he worries about the expected armed protests around the country. This weekend. I served in Bosnia bright after the war to orange n aside, had taken place and we've seen what tyrannical regime will do to a country in Iraq. And all those experiences are all coming to a head right now. It gives me a frame of reference to take my experiences, and we have to actually apply them to the unknown that we're experiencing right now known that we're experiencing right now. Leila Fadel NPR
Houston Police Officer Under Investigation After Participating in U.S. Capitol Riot
"An 18 year veteran of the Houston Police Department is on administrative leave after he took part in last week's Trump Rally. Police chief are Acevedo says Officer Tam Fam is under investigation for entering the U. S Capitol building during the riot. I can't tell you the anger. I feel at the thought of a police officer and other police officers thinking they get to go Storm the Capitol family into the Trump Rally in D C alone and on his own time. Acevedo says family likely face federal
Police presence will be beefed up in Houston area leading up to inauguration
"The houston police department will be increasing. Its presence across the city ahead of the presidential inauguration in response to last week's insurrection at the capitol police chief art also vado says the region is a hotbed for militias and hate groups and urges houstonians to report any potential threats. If you hear any threat against the our city ours our our county. Our state or nation. Please reported oscillator at that. There are currently no specific threats in the houston area at this time
"police chief" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Some topics we have some guests as well. Course love attention naturally focused on the sad death of this man Daniel prude issues related to him. For example, have we have we tried to find the drug dealer who sold in the PCP would that person be of interest will there be any legitimate scrutiny and I don't mean that to criticize the A reporters or anything, but will there be allowed any legitimate scrutiny of the role of a Straw memorial hospital they had the gentleman five hours before his contact with police on a mental hygiene arrest and clearly nothing was accomplished they're a statement came out from the hospital over the weekend saying it. It had done a great job I'm not sure I share that assessment rob. Glad you called up buddy. Welcome to news radio. Ham Eleven eighty. Hour you today good Sir I hope you're the same. I'm doing well I guess I don't WanNa be ignorant and I don't want to just throw things out there hoping you could clear the air About and actually does go topic very much because you get started talking about Ex ex-mayor that's not the one that was just on Bill Johnson He is He I. Heard this weekend that he is co-chairing committee or a or a board. Commission or something yeah. I was just wondering is. Whatever happened I I moved away. So I might be totally out of be wrong but whatever happened with fast ferry. West we're like nine or twelve million today and he was never held accountable. Mr, the fast ferry was a poor decision Be It was also a decision from a very long time ago and you know Yeah it was a long time ago. And life moves on. Here's thing about Bill Johnson I-. I don't always agree with him We're wired a little bit differently in our perspectives and views, but I I respect and admire him Tremendously he is one of the most intelligent people I've ever come across. He often is very wise. Again, you know he's got a progressive worldview that myself I often don't share and you know when he's off to him in those waters. It doesn't you know I I'm not interested but you know he he he's more than that and I think he's often very wise and You know if you're going to have a panel. on racism or an equity and all those things. He's a a natural person to have on it. Here's also one of the thing. I've been thinking lately as we've been facing this challenge here and specifically the upset and the anxiety and angst veteran people I think that if we turn to some of our familiar wh- what we need her, we need wise people to talk to us. Well, we need is mommy and daddy to come to us and say it'll be okay we need a some people were familiar with who maybe you've got some wisdom and some perspective we need them to say, okay. Here's how you get to where you need to be here's the path forward I. Want to be negative but as you look through who the available leaders in the community currently are. There Mayor Warren is focused on her city I thought Sunday she did a good job at other times I. Think She's done a poor job but Sunday her most recent appearance she clearly I was very grateful very impressed But the county executive for example is. Is completely missing. He's absent I. Have No idea what the deal with Adam bellow is. He was a very good town supervisor. He has been an inconsequential I mean other than you know getting Democrats jobs though here's the deal. He's got significant holes in his administration that have not yet been a filled. We get past this a week or two and I'm GonNa go through some of the organizational problems within the Bello Administration. That don't need to be but Adam bellow was of again you know some of the Republicans up there and eases some people would lose their jobs understand that. But Adam bellow did really well as a town supervisor he has however gone into some clips. Landon is of no use in this current situation. So any rate I think it's good for us to listen to some people have got some perspective I was thankful a to Mayer Johnson, for coming on the other day, we may have him on again fact, Cedric Alexander coming on I've got a list of other people like to get at least one each day where people who who respect who over time we've come to say he's got some on the ball or she and I wanna get their their their view. So no the is is is Bill Johnson rejected because he made a mistake on a boat not in my mind. Lavelle I'm glad you called Good Morning Welcome to newsradio eleven eighty. Hey, Bob thank you for having me on I. Appreciate it I wanted to chime in on this weekend events and and Kinda highlight a couple of things and and also just speak to a little bit on the mental health side because that Kinda hit me personally as well. just real brief you know just looking at the protest and and Kinda just one down there and seeing things for myself I. was just kinda confused as far as the thing that they're the argument is like systematic change within the system. Well, the last I checked the city of Rochester is pretty much the the example I, think across the board when he when you talk about systematic change, we have a black mayor you're interviewing black for black police. She's right. We have. We currently have one ninety percent of city council was black so. Any if there's any city. In the country that could really Kinda get this thing. Right? Just like we've done in the past, it's the city of Rochester. And and and I just I just wonder like are they are they kind of seeing that like the people that you're doing against the same color that you're you know you're trying to? Enforce, these changes you know and I. Just Kinda. WanNa put out there and to the mental health side of things. You know I think people have to understand this. As a at the same number of of someone who my brother died three years ago. Okay. On the streets of Rochester. And and just by dealing with his interactions with the police of mental hygiene situation, there have been situations where the police department has has brought him home pleading with us, asking us to look after him and and what the other side of the people don't understand or know how hard it is to kind of keep folks. You know home I closely when they had those mental health issues my brother was literally like he could hardly hold a sentence and he was with the wrong people at the wrong time and he was killed literally killed in broad daylight by a man with a crowbar. For no other reason and within the system itself. The system used my brother's mental health illness against him where he was murdered. But yet it turned into manslaughter because you we didn't know they didn't know you know the extent of his mental health. You know issue. So I think when you're talking about mental health, it is just not law enforcement as the bad guy that we need to talk about it's also mental health institutions as well. They they also had a responsibility accountability. There's been multiple times when my brother was turned away from Mental Health Institute because they didn't want to deal with them. So.
"police chief" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
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"police chief" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Just relegated to Rochester. Is a problem that is continuing to emerge across this country and I talked to chiefs across this country every day I'm involved with a number of cities across this country in terms of improving and advancing policing across this country. And it's just unfortunate of city that I come to love and know. And have been in leadership positions there that I know that have the ability to do much more but I would also say to those who are out there protesting everyone. Here's you. They hear your across the country, your round, the world. Keep your protesters peaceful. Beacon be the be vigilant in demanding the things that you want to see changed and be part of that change. I think also Bob that race and equity Commission. Which is co chaired by Bill Johnson I don't think you could have got a Feinerman ambitious a city and the county could not have got a better digital to take part in that leadership in you heard his commitment to other day in terms of uncovering. What actually took place and that's what's going to be critically important. Who knew what when in when they learned of it? What did they do with them something? That's what People WanNa know not just in Rochester, but across this country. Knew what win after March twenty third. And, there's needs to be a sink. Blow by blow moment by moment account. from the time that he was taken off the ground put on that stretcher. What happened thereafter? Who notified who win? And you got three separate investigations going on there. Now you have internal investigation inside the police department, which would probably be less revealing. But. You also have an attorney general's investigation which is going to look at the criminal aspects possibly if any in this and then you have what I suspect the city council is going to do their own investigation asking those Severi simple question who knew what win. In those investigations or what's going to reveal to the public there locally and national? What actually took place? March twenty third and sixth sink in the successions of events in who was notified win because there seems to be a great deal of of confusion around those questions. But those are questions that certainly need to be answered because right now, legitimacy it's at play legitimacy of your local government and legitimacy of your police department, and once you lose legitimacy you lose control in what is legitimacy is trust people have to feel they can trust their government holy holy in if anyone is in Rome. They need to be held responsible got who they are where they elected official. Or anyone else in this regard, this is a serious matter but we have to move. You have to move that community have to move forward and find out the facts, the facts and could with conclusion in getting this information to the community as quickly. But yet thoroughly in fairly as possible is separate. Alexander a former police chief of Rochester national, police, authority and expert also former deputy mayor of the city of Rochester. Can you hold on a moment please Sir I appreciate that we'll be back with Dr Alexander in just a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty comeback were visiting Dr Cedric Alexander used to be deputy mayor this town used to be police chief of this town used to be big a law enforcement agency down Atlanta. Georgia is a national expert on law enforcement issues, Sir People Watch on TV or here March by outside their house these demonstrations there's tear gas there rocks thrown at police officers. It's it's unsettling but what would you say to people please sir? Well I would say the violence much stop. It if you're GONNA. Protest, we got to protest peacefully because important of it being peaceful is that you don't lose focus of the reason why you take. The moment things become violent or yell out others in your group who come from inside your community from Outta town whoever they happen to be. and to be destructive to your community to attack your police because that is still your police department. And you have to be able to work together to allow violence to take place do not allow those who are acting out violently to come in your community rather they a local Outta town, run them out of your marches, run them out of your peaceful protests. Because if you WANNA make a change, people need to be able to hear you in on the way people are going to hear you is that you may have to have a voice in not a brick. You have to have a voice that is what's going to make the change. In God, bless you all of their in Rochester my love and my heart goes out to the city in Bob as always anything that I can do. I. Say that to the city as well. please feel free to reach out to me. They're hundreds of people. Let it know how to reach out. but you're going to get through this, but you can only get through it as a community and you have to be able to listen to each other and you have to be able to bring something to the table. Some things are gonNA get left on a table in some things are to get taken away. It's not going to be imperfectly, but you gotta come to some resolve in which you can continue to make that city the wonderful city that it is let me ask you. centerstage forgive me for interrupting just real quick last moment. The protesters and some politicians calling for the mayor and the police chief to go away with would that be prudent or useful? Do you think? No. Well, here's what has to happen. Let me say this there has to be thorough investigation. Has Been. By the Attorney General's Office investigation, the lead is going to be conducted conducted by that city council if they ever clearly suggests. In any kind of way That, there was wrong doing at the top. Appropriate, action needs.
"police chief" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Aside to be able to lead an entire police department because it's got to be difficult and you're kind of like I guess maybe correct me if I'm wrong, maybe a a mediator between the public and the Politicians. And Law, right? Yeah I'm way I guess I. I mean, you'd have some of your personal beliefs you know you might not might be in favor of a particular statue coming down or something like that. But. you have a job to fulfil you have you know you and you have people to lead you know through these jobs. So I'd Imagine I would put you in a tough position. I would say in terms of that. There are times where I have to kind of hold my tongue in terms of exactly how I wanna say something. As as my wife says, it goes though park coming out and you. So there are times that I have to kind of moderate the way I say things but other than that I pretty much I am who I am I I. I've been accused of have my personal emotions on my sleeve. But I I just think my experiences are Kinda unique for this time I. You know obviously, I'm black and I've had to remind some reporters that I've been blacks of the day. I. Was born it's interesting that way But I. Grew Up Park. I was arrested when I was sixteen for assault on a Sacramento police officer eyewitness my first homicide when I was about nine years old in front of my house. My younger brother was murdered downtown after he got involved in drugs. May My friends have been in prison so in and I'm a police officer for the last thirty, three years never dreamed of being a police officer just kind of happened by happenstance. So I think in what we're in right now, I kind of have a unique perspective, and so I tried to talk about it as much as I possibly can. Because I do believe we need to get better law enforcement I do believe we need to get better in society and in our communities I do think are suffering every day because we don't look at the big picture and what really will make things change. And I think I have a unique perspective on that growing up the way I did. You know if you look at our last officer involved shooting. of Mr Southern he he he grew up in foster care and I often say. That, you know the greatest thing that ever happened to me in my life was when I was three months old when I was adopted by my mom and Dad. and. He's really the reason why I say that because I probably have a better chance of being him than I. Am me if I wasn't adopted and I grew up in foster care and so when we have a shooting like that, I really advocate that we need to be looking at holistically how could we have prevented him from being shot that day part of that is, could the cops done anything different? Could law enforcement at done anything different but we can't stop there. How could we have prevented him from being there that day might start with birth control. Well. Sorry. Sorry job. Or support for him growing up right and so I mean, we can't just stop there..
"police chief" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"So there's GonNa be the a wide gamut of abilities and skills and talent. So there's one guy that could talk to anybody no matter what the situation. Then there's another guy that you know there's a fight you want that guy in the fight 'cause he's really strong really gifted in that and so. We're not gonNA have all the exact same kind of people. Everybody has their different talents. But I think the main thing we can do as a police department is equipped are people. With the ability, the skills and training and experiences so they can work in a diverse community likes Ackerman Oh So I'm not in I'm not one that likes to focus and blame people for their experiences because most of our experiences aren't are doing, right we were born to who were born to we grew up in whatever neighborhood we grew up to none of that with our decision that was our parents decision or our parents lot in life, and so I am a big believer that if you didn't grow up in the neighborhood that gives you experiences with say meadow view or del Paso Heights then it's our job as a community as a society and as a department to give. You those experiences preferably before you work there. So you can understand the hopes and dreams of a community like that, and so we do a lot of programs that we get our officers before they actually put the uniform on out in the community one on one with committee members. So they can understand know what Commu want before. They ever put on that uniform in force -ment capacity, and so I think that's a lot of what we have to do is teach our history. How did we get to where we're at because we do not know our history in this country. and. Then better understand the communities and what the community needs are because really are thorny comes from the. Law Can say whatever does but if society and community doesn't. Reinforce that law then the law means nothing. So we have we we have what gives us our authority is our community, and so we need to understand the community communities to understand us. We mentioned we're talking earlier how we bring young people out to the academy. Part of that is so young people can experience and walk in the shoes of an officer as close as they possibly can. So they can understand the challenges of being an officer. So they they understand more of what officers looking at and we do the same thing with officers into the community. Officers can understand what these young people are concerned about and fearful of and why they might be fearful at the police officers and when we build that relationship all of a sudden when you drive down the street, the kid. Knows you as Mark Hey, there's those mark is dead of this robot in a blue uniform. Right now has there anything that has actually been implemented newly from all the situations that have been happening and all like all the ways that people have been calling out for change has there anything that you guys have been doing that new or different to try to make any changes in the force? I'd say as a result of what we're experiencing now, there's a few probably minor things but we've been implementing things because of this key this happened. So like in my swearing, in I said, the biggest priority is we need to build a better relationship with all segments of our community, all of them because otherwise. We're not as legitimate and we can't help. The people that we're supposed to be helping and so we've implemented like implicit bias trainings but not just the classes but experiences ongoing experience because you can't just take a class and then nothing else for twenty years. So we've done a lot of that. We have a walk in my shoes program where after you graduate from the Academy, we partner you with a community member that is from a community that you're not from and you spend the day with them. But then the next month that committee member goes on a ride along with officer. So they can experience with officers experience then they come together and kind of talk about what they learned. So programs like that One of the other ones as you guys probably know we lost two very young vibrant officers, Nellie Corona with Davis officer, but she went through our academy. Taro Solan was one of our officers that we lost about a little over a year ago in the North area, both of them went through our academy and so Natalie's Academy was the very first academy we started while they're in the Kademi Friday. The academy recruits go to the local schools in the north area and spend time with the kids. And so they build this relationship. So then we lost Natalie and around the same time, we bought a new helicopter. So in the neighborhood I grew up you kind of called the helicopter the Ghetto Bird and whenever you saw that it was kind of a negative thing they're chasing somebody they're looking for somebody can't understand anything that helicopter says sounds like Charlie Brown's teacher. So. Our Air OPS guys decided why don't we have the school that we've been going to every? Friday while we do a contest where they name the helicopter. So they did, they named it Halo, our new helicopters name is halo and it's named after Natalie. And so now you imagine these kids these were sixth graders that one. So imagine these kids when see this helicopter now it's no longer the ghetto bird, its halo and it has meaning. So these guys are going to be fifty years old when they see any helicopter, they're gonNa go I wonder if that's our helicopter. Halo. Changing. It's not like seeking you out. It's it's trying to keep watch rely on the community, right? Right and that comes from we wanted to recruit to get out into the community because we wanted to start having them. And what these young kids wanted and build those relationships and out of that came like the helicopter and Halo and all these other things. So the more we get together the more we understand each other the more we care about each other the more we're got find solutions to all these things. Is it a bigger challenge now that we are wearing masks can't see each other's faces as much and can't see people on the streets mylan.
"police chief" Discussed on Week In Review
"The legislature typically would come into session to then prioritize those cuts and make adjustments as necessary. That's what we saw in the last session under governor. Gregoire have not yet seen that in in this administration and I, think there's a lot of politics there and there's reasonable minds can differ on that. But one of the things I think that underlies that is that we don't really yet know how We have not yet set rules for how we will go back into a legislative session where you'll have one hundred and forty seven members having backs metaphorically and Shannon chicken hands on the on the floor of metaphorically with. A thousand lobbyists third house members participating in the in the advocacy in the conversation and what we think Aleve if I might speak on behalf of I, think sober minds is it's not a great way to Come back to fight off Kobe by getting everybody back into a classroom row quickly and doing everything the way we did it a year ago. So there's politics limiting our. States addressing the financial situation certainly, but we don't yet know how to govern in this time of Kobe other states like Utah at this out really early and created a telehealth model. They're they're going to have a third special session next week, which is pretty interesting and innovative, but in our case for different reasons some arguably constitutional and others. I think related to just the. Timing of the two, thousand twenty elections and where we find ourselves coming back into session isn't that's yet on anyone's radar screen. While we're talking about corona virus just last summer with been pretty normal to hear a concert like this in Kelly. Anderson?.
"police chief" Discussed on Week In Review
"Their ideas like there's a lot of statements apogee best announced her retirement, each individual councilmember drop some type of statement as opposed to maybe just dropping a united statement saying that we as a council did not intend to do this know when you intend to not hurt so much that doesn't mean that you didn't hurt goes up the intent in being discussed in its own way there. But this council wins you know like I said, it doesn't seem like what they're trying to do is necessarily. Wrong. It's just how they're going about. It has proven to be very, very troublesome problematic, and they're they're like burning bridges on both insect, and so that's where I feel issues as far as having a police chief from the outside by Brandon said, he'd be living in la La because there's no way that a police even WanNa. Come into the scenario knowing that they don't have the support of a city council that has made it pretty clear that they're kind of doing their own. Thanks speak. Dj, what do you think about the statements that the council is wrong? I think it's I think it's reflective both what Randy Antonio saying of what I think is probably mainstream opinion on this outside of City Hall. But I think that you know I liken it to the old adage. Politicians use about sausage, which is to say I like breakfast I like Bacon I like sausage. The best way for me to become a vegetarian is to go see how sausage is made. and. If you like politics you have to accept it's a dirty game that's non linear goes all over the place and governance is is is just sometimes ugly so. Frankly, it's indefensible how we make sausage I think and it's indefensible Jala. Policies Made A. City Council meeting three hours to say fifteen minutes is exactly right. That is how it works and it's ugly and terrible and mindless. But it doesn't happen within a vacuum and the key piece of grandstanding is true for the council and it's true for this mayor. And it's true for any elected official, and so while today we are mainstream opinion may be against the council two months ago people were saying that the mayor couldn't control her own police department four months ago we were saying the mayor is doing a fabulous job managing Cova response, and so we don't WanNa get too caught up into the. Passion of the moment, the reality is this administration and this council are they have as bad of relations with responsibility on both art both of their parts since Mary Nichols told the council. No. City administrative department heads could. Speak with any council members back in like two, thousand, four, thousand, five So it's it's worse now than it's ever been and you just don't have a situation like this unless both dance partners are responsible. If I can clarify what I mean by the council is wrong. and. This might be a controversial statement but defunding the police when you actually look at it is it should be a noncontroversial idea. It is not controversial to want to get to a place where we had heavier investments.
"police chief" Discussed on Week In Review
"This is a function or rather a a result of is really very, overly tense and really poor relations between mayor and the Council for some time it's not unique to this mirror, but it is particularly. Active with this administration in this council, and so this didn't come out of nowhere. This is not a data points that just arose here in August I. Think this is best understood within the context of a long standing rift between the Durkan Administration and the city council. When it comes to that rift of do see. Mayor of course, was talking about conciliation on both sides of just kind of wondering where that comes from what part of the fallout also from the chief leaving is that the mayor says, she doesn't even want to begin a search for a new police chief with the budget disarray and she also has been pretty frank about some of the council's actions on what she calls micromanaging. The police discouraged from looking for a new police chief She told me that Seattle's reputation to attract good police chiefs suffer because of the resignation of Carmen best who was respected widely, what are your thoughts on the delay of hiring a new police chief randy what do you think? I'm I. I'm just want to comment on something Dj, said about this natural sort of rift between the seventh floor of City Hall and the second floor of City Hall. That is healthy but at the same time in where I think it speaks to the Tony made where I think it is also is in the wrong it is not. Say Sexy on zero W it is. It is not the sexiest thing to go behind door closed doors do the work for the work in work together Hash things out what this council really likes is the public statements and declarations and being the ones to get the credit and all this stuff when in reality you can at a three hour council meeting and Actually Take Into Consideration All. The office substance it probably boils down to about fifteen minutes, and so they could really use a little bit more of doing the work even though it doesn't get them the attention and a little bit last of in going after the mayor and all of these. but on the whole for a new police chiefs are awful lot like Adrian Diaz the deputy chief incoming interim police faith is likely going to be the person who ends up leading agency because you'd really be living in law land. If you thought somebody wanted to come from the outside, the Seattle police chief right now they're made a great point that don't even know the top. Brookline for. The scenario where the council came this close with interest of cutting the chief salary to one hundred, seventy, thousand dollars a year, which is not comparable with other chiefs in major cities get. Say they her backed off. said it came this close and they didn't but at the same time when things are so imbalanced in a teetering on the edge as a chief, I know chiefs will say, well, I'm not in it for the money but that is it is a big factor in moving to a city like Seattle where things are expensive and so I think it tell things calm down somebody would be out their mind who come to Seattle and apply for that Hell. I want to get Tony and DJ here you just say the city council is Wrong Do you agree. Earlier, I was as I was saying earlier, they have..
"police chief" Discussed on Week In Review
"Hi It's Russ Reynolds I meant for Bill Radke again, this week and on we can review we've got a lot to look back on the police chief resigning the massive budget deficits that are coming into place locally, and also in at the state capital and calmly Harris as Joe Biden's vice president pick plus those tiny moments of joy. Yes. There are a few of them we're going to review them..
"police chief" Discussed on Radio Boston
"The Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association held a press conference in Framingham earlier today, outlining their concerns with the pending police reform bill. That's working its way through the house. The Senate passed its own police reform bill last week after a heated debate in a number of procedural hiccups and Governor Charlie Baker released his own bill last month here is Jeff Farnsworth president of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association in Framingham earlier today Massachusetts has some of the best and most respected law enforcement leaders in the country bar none. However both the House and the Senate have failed to recognize that. So for more we're joined on the line now by Chelsea police chief Brian Chi Chi Chi's welcome back to radio. BOSTON, thank you, thank you very much for inviting me. Chief ties the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association. Outlined specific concerns about the House and Senate bills at the press conference today. What are those concerns? I guess you know first and foremost. I mean they're both extremely comprehensive. In terms of the the length of the bills, the House bill was was over ninety pages in the Senate bill with forty seven amendments turned into well over one hundred pages. I think at the end of the day. You know the it just seems as though this. The language has been incredibly rushed. you know we have. Have a deadline, or they have a deadline I should say by the end of this month things of They were looking to get things off. I guess pretty quickly early on. They seemed to stall and then at the end of the day. We have this language that we we know we're trying to look through in understanding in hours and then formulate a response, so it's been. It's been incredibly challenging. So I WANNA. Ask I understand. There's a lot of material in the two bills. That's not really substantive I. Did hear substantive concerns earlier today and I don't mean to be dismissive I understand. It's a lot to get through your concern about the short timeframe, but there are a lot of very specific proposals in those two bills. Do you have concerns about any of the specific proposals? I mean we do what before I talk about a concern. I could say one particular issue, which seems to be the primary issue that we we actually embrace you know, certainly the with three different bills one initially filed as you mentioned by the governor, one by the Senate and one by the House, and they all had to..
"police chief" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"He was furious earlier this month after news leaked that he and his family were rushed to a secure underground bunker as protesters converged on the white, house he's also refused to wear a mask during the pandemic despite his own government's guidelines, because he says privately that anyone who wears a mask looks weak. and. The president is fuming to AIDS days later about the small crowd size of his rally in Tulsa on Saturday night, the campaign had claimed a million people. RSVP but there were only about six thousand people in a nineteen thousand seat arena, according to the local fire marshal, trump blamed his campaign manager. Brad Pascale over the half empty arena now campaign officials are engaged in whisper campaigns against their colleagues and some trump Allah. Dramatic reorganization of the reelection machine, which they like to refer to internally as the death star, trump's reelection team is thinking of how to retool the traditional campaign rally to avoid a repeat of the Tulsa Donnybrook some campaign officials are pushing for future rallies to take place outdoors, possibly returning to the kind of airplane hangar events that trump often held in two thousand sixteen, but trump is complained that airport hangars lack the energy of a raucous indoor rally and he's willing to put his supporters at risk. While par scale is not expected to be fired over the Tulsa rally his influence in Trump's orbit. Is Waning. and. That's the daily two zero. Two for Tuesday, June twenty third. Thanks for listening I'm James Stay Safe. To you tomorrow..
"police chief" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"Good Morning I'm James Holman from the Washington Post and this is the daily two Oh two for Tuesday June twenty third. Today's news. Public Health officials are leaving their posts in the face of death threats. We probably won't know who won the presidential election on election day. And president trump is increasingly preoccupied with defending his mental capacity. But I. The BIG IDEA! Which today comes from Richmond Virginia. Tear, gas and spray paint are the smells of this season of protest. Without provocation, police officers teargassed peaceful demonstrators earlier this month at the statue of confederate general. Robert e Lee on Monument Avenue. Richmond Police Chief William Smith apologized and said the officers would be disciplined. After the department again used chemical gas against protestors. Mayor Lavar Stony demanded Smith's resignation last week. He said the city is ready for a new approach to public safety. Smith is among at least half a dozen police chiefs to lose their jobs amid the nationwide protests that have followed the killing of George Floyd and the reckoning with systemic racism that endures and law enforcement. Since the start of June, police chiefs have either announced they will step down or been fired in Atlanta Nashville Louisville Portland, Oregon and Prince George's County Maryland. In Richmond were forty eight percent of the population is black. Police are now keeping their distance. As protesters occupied, the traffic circle were the lease statue towers, sixty feet over the grandest residential boulevard, and what was once the capital of the confederacy. A handful of African American civilians, toting assault style rifles patrol the site, which is now surrounded by concrete barriers as a pack of a dozen white protesters roam the surrounding streets with their own long guns. All the guns put everyone on edge yet also feels like a street festival inside the encampment. A few people have pitched tents to sleep the night there. Someone set up a basketball who there's no one in charge, but volunteers are giving out free massages, handing out doughnuts and repairing bicycles. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has ordered the removal of the lease statue. A local judge granted an injunction last week to prevent that from happening until a court challenge plays out from a descendant of the people who deeded the land of the state when the statue was installed back in one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety. As the two sides bicker over legal standing a dozen cans of Spray Ping with every color in the rainbow and more have been left at the base of the statue, scores of people just passing by picking up the bottles, shaking them and scrawling messages on the granite. The monument is taken on the look of the western side of the Berlin Wall. Before it was torn down city police officers now watch this defacement from across the street and do not intervene. Someone is written near the bottom of the monument. Quote This time. It's different. But is it? Is it different. That is perhaps the most significant question of. The moment. These protests have certainly felt different than they did..
"police chief" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Wow old as a result of the supreme court decision most large city narcotics units have started doing random spot checks of citizens trash left at the curb as they look for for drugs if you think that's no big deal because you don't use drugs you might want to consider what else is in your trash people can see what they're gonna fight a lot of blue bill icecream empty containers in my trash via they are tell you that thing one other they're gonna find a lotta egg go waffle containers in blida empty as the planer blew it will usually blame but i don't mind blueberry at all it's pretty good chuckled chip two words pretty nice how time you time live large my friend so to make a point though portland's police police chief was arguing just a little while before the contents of his trash were gone through that the contents of people's trash that's that's not private now he sings at different tune be as the contents of his trash were released is genius and ads genius in you got a guy to fail us not private now at your trash we can go through that any time we want okay let's see if you like it so they went through his trash and he claimed hey that's very cheap he pointed out uh as as the people who look through it pointed out a credit card number with a summary of his wife's investments and email prepping the mayor about a his job application to be police chief of los angeles a well chewed cigar stubb and a hand written note scribbled and pencil on a napkin that was so personal it made them cringe.
"police chief" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"Is best suit and you'd allow that they're getting married such a it's a flashback in the opening they getting married and then shortly thereafter you see the extraordinarily a loving family that they are husband and wife and young child and shortly thereafter there is a hideous terrorist attack bombing and then it's all about who did it then eventually we learn even though the police basically try to say that because the kurdish husband in his past had dealt drugs that it was all about some drug deal it went bad light and that's the focus of the police chief of the beginning that protagonist played by dyin kruger she nice in the beginning it's the nazis that's have first two and eventually they finally have to agree to that so let's talk a little bit about that the police attitude is that the sort of attitude amongst the police meal list solve this as quickly as possible i mean the two things that i had had notice before and i know nothing about the german judicial system that boy if that's accurate what happened in that trial then it it's almost like political correctness is taken over the the german judicial system is that how how much does that reflect reality well this film is based on a lot of research and it's also based on a real case you know we had to socalled um and it's scandal which still goes on its at the end ennis scandal is uh is between two thousand and two thousand seven a group of neonazis young neonazis it was a tree old was two men.
"police chief" Discussed on Super Station 101
"From the greatest mash a shooting in our country all the people we need to have a discussion on need to have a talk when you to come to a resolution i would even know those discussions look like but it it it can surgery just a little bit that that story has morphed into just another trending story now it has and i mean there's new news out now need conspiracy theories that came out i guess it was yet late yesterday just because of a press conference that the police chief had or the sheriff a couple of days ago where he changed summit the the time limelight young and that's causing a lot of people to raise an eyebrow just because it starts to not make sense i think we had gotten to a point where some things for like starting to fall into place a little bit the one security guard at the hotel as being claimed a hero because he directed the gunfire away from the crowd for a certain period of time and now it's come out that that's not really how it happened that he was the first person encountered this guy before he ever started shooting so they've changed the time line and it's really starting to uh to get some people thinking you know asking more questions about what exactly happened while i was there such a a large amount of time that went by between the initial firing on the security guard to the the point at which the cops actually entered the hotel and here's the thing that can air tastes me about those discussions we are not the police and we were not there so we can in and this happened with the orlando and that the nightclub tells the pulse nightclub people i mean all they talked about wise in ever sitting there breaking down like you know the monday morning quarterback breaking down whether or not you know that the police acted the way they should modern they stormed the building and eldest off you know you weren't there you're not the one in that situation you are not the one having to make those decisions i think it's got a lot of nerve coming out in the other sod in china judge the actions of these place offers does it bother you just a little bit that the.
"police chief" Discussed on KQED Radio
"But then geneticist trend the tape recorder off so what was what was happening in that moment well okay said the backup and so meeting somebody like a chip would you know like there is a sort of hope in that i believe it the thing about a chip would a sheriff the police chief is that the only have the power to fire a police officer and nets really about it after that it goes into the court system in so for natasha her son rami twenty three years old unarmed was shot and killed by two police officers to in traffic stop after the shooting a judge ruled that the two officers had done nothing wrong made acted in accordance with the law and it just so happened that 45 minutes before that an i showed up at her door she just got an email from her lawyers saying that the appeal that she had filed against that decision i had just been rejected and so we sat there in attaches apartment for a while we actually even left for like an hour eventually came back canada's hit reset on the whole thing michie natasha musembi should a rainy launcher reds he's got a big big smile nix malcolm bright white smile and we sat down and her kitchen table on okay so if you can walk me back to the night that kind of everything everything happened june eleven two thousand twelve natasha was at home 930 at night rodney who is twenty three years old was at back from college and outdriving natasha's car that's when on the phone call start happening people calling same something's going on which a car i knew something was wrong so i immediately started screaming outside to see if i can get might it to respond to help me so i can get awry nobody can't pay mouth i started running down the interstate barefoot with laugh leaving recall walk in the door or anything like that then she a family member actually picks her up uh the drive to the scene she gets there looks thank to people everywhere police cars and i wears rodney eyles looking for my vehicle and in my one covers this fascist he's over there plenty about twenty feet over to where the car come to a stop at it collided with gas station but these she had the the back.
"police chief" Discussed on Intrigue: Murder in the Lucky Holiday Hotel
"Foreign journalists went allowed in so we're relying on a partial transcript released by the court one legions testimony is red hit by an actor also punched me my mouth whose believing those liquid dripping out to my air the former police chief is recounting the moment he confronted bush ally with evidence proving that his wife had poisoned nail hayward i told him calmly he needed to face the facts he picks up a glass smashed it on the floor and said he could not accept it bush i was an angry about the murder or the cover up he was angry because his once loyal police chief had secretly kept evidence pending the murderer on his wife and he was using it now to blackmail bush ally both men you it was something that bush lies political enemies could easily use against him but instead of buying off the police chief bush i made a fatal mistake he got an angry and he punched wine region one legion feared for his life and rand the americans this was a huge risk for one region to take he threatened boise lie and he tried to act either one of them could have got him killed so why did he do it it's time to talk about bushy lies enemies.