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Miami Beach Police Officers Heading To Washington DC To Help With Inauguration Security

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:27 sec | 1 d ago

Miami Beach Police Officers Heading To Washington DC To Help With Inauguration Security

"On Wednesday, Miami Dade Police director Freddy Ramirez says says all all are are highly highly trained trained for for these these types types of of events events working working with with the the Capitol Capitol police police and and other other law law enforcement enforcement agencies agencies to to secure secure that. that. Inauguration Inauguration process process about about 50. 50. Miami Miami Beach Beach Police Police officers officers flew flew to to Washington, Washington, D. D. C. C. On On Monday Monday they're they're joining joining 45 45 members members of of Miami Miami Dade's Dade's police police Rapid Rapid Deployment Deployment Force, Force, who who arrived there Sunday night. You probably noticed that trip to the gas pump has

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Georgia Capitol in Atlanta sees increased security amid nationwide threats of Inauguration Day unrest

The Weekly Check Up

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Georgia Capitol in Atlanta sees increased security amid nationwide threats of Inauguration Day unrest

"Taking very seriously calls for people to march on stakeout. Bottles today, just three days ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration Channel two action news reporter Tony Thomas with details and beefed up security around Georgia's capital. We've seen no sign so far yet of any protesters down here. Law Enforcement National Guard everywhere we're looking South bound up here on the Mitchell and this is the National Guard. Right outside Capitol Square. National Guardsmen are posted all around Capitol Square. But it's not just right there. Dump trucks blocking streets here all across downtown Atlanta. Latest Latest reports reports now now Georgia Georgia Capitol Capitol mostly mostly quiet quiet against against heavy heavy police police presence. presence. Brand Brand new new numbers numbers

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Washington DC stabbing leaves man dead

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 4 d ago

Washington DC stabbing leaves man dead

"Being stabbed in Southwest D. C. Early this morning. It happened around 3:20 A.m. on Irvington Street near Ivanhoe Street, D c. Police say three People were involved in the incident and if if there there is is a a known known suspect, suspect, police police say say no no arrests arrests have have been been made made as as the the stabbing stabbing may may have have been been an an act act of of self self defense. defense. During During a a domestic domestic dispute. dispute. Investigators Investigators found found a a gun gun and and a a knife knife at at the the scene. scene. A Maryland man

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Washington DC stabbing leaves man dead

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 4 d ago

Washington DC stabbing leaves man dead

"Being stabbed in Southwest D. C. Early this morning. It happened around 3:20 A.m. on Irvington Street near Ivanhoe Street, D c. Police say three People were involved in the incident and if if there there is is a a known known suspect, suspect, police police say say no no arrests arrests have have been been made made as as the the stabbing stabbing may may have have been been an an act act of of self self defense. defense. During During a a domestic domestic dispute. dispute. Investigators Investigators found found a a gun gun and and a a knife knife at at the the scene. scene. A Maryland man

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3 dead in separate violent incidents during a 4-hour period across Houston

Michael Berry

00:44 sec | 5 d ago

3 dead in separate violent incidents during a 4-hour period across Houston

"Busy day for Houston homicide detectives who worked three separate murder scenes this morning. The first one happened around seven seven this this morning, morning, Investigators Investigators found found a a 58 58 year year old old woman woman stabbed stabbed to to death death in in his his 1700 1700 block block of of Moore Moore Street. Street. Hours Hours later, later, a a man man turned turned himself himself into into police police and and was was taken in for questioning. Two hours later, Another call came into the 6000 block of working Street. Upon arrival, they discovered a white male sitting in the driver's side of this vehicle. What Apparently two gunshot wounds to his chest does appear that the gunshots did come from inside the car for almost two hours Later, homicide detectives were called to the Sterling Point Apartments on Hell Croft Avenue. They found a blackmail near the pool who had been shot. Channel Channel to to Channel Channel two's two's Rachelle Rachelle Turner Turner reporting reporting on on that that one. one.

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Car thefts on the rise across metro Atlanta

Atlanta's Morning News

00:23 sec | Last week

Car thefts on the rise across metro Atlanta

"Atlanta Melody Wyatt, who had her car stolen tells too To action news. She's taking measures into her own hands. Everywhere I go. I always have my gun on me. It's completely changes your everything. In some cases, police police blamed blamed drivers drivers who who are are making making it it easy easy on on criminals criminals by by leaving leaving their their vehicles vehicles running running or or leaving leaving the the keys keys in in the the car car With With the the doors doors unlocked. unlocked. You You apparently apparently don't don't just just gain gain weight weight

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Analyzing the police response to Washington, DC's Capitol siege

News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 sec | Last week

Analyzing the police response to Washington, DC's Capitol siege

"Around the the riot riot to to the the U. U. S S Capitol, Capitol, especially especially when when it it comes comes to to the the response response by by the the Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Police Police vault. vault. Unfortunately, Unfortunately, lies lies with with the the Capitol Capitol Hill Hill police. police. Even Even President Trump now is critical of the Capitol police. But I think the question is how far up does it go? D C Attorney General Karl Racine and ABC is Pierre Thomas has police knew all about the potential for problems. There were post warning of violence on social media on right wing websites from groups like the Boogaloo and the Proud Boys. The Anti Defamation League put out a release earlier this week. Learning specific threats to members of Congress. More than 50 officers were hurt, clashing with the mob. But they're also videos that appear to show officers moving the barricades aside up. There we go. Another one in a rider Selfie, Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, demanding steps to address quote, shocking failures in the Capitol security posture and protocols. For what it's

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Woman Killed, Dog Wounded in Possible Attempted Carjacking in Los Angeles' Koreatown

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:40 sec | Last week

Woman Killed, Dog Wounded in Possible Attempted Carjacking in Los Angeles' Koreatown

"Killed her dog wounded in an attack in alleys Koreatown neighborhood, the man who shot them still on the loose. Happened just after one one this this morning. morning. They're They're Council Council Street, Street, Mariposa Mariposa Avenue. Avenue. After After the the woman woman left left friends friends home home and and walked walked back back to to her her vehicle vehicle with with her her dog. dog. Police Police Tell Tell CBS CBS two two she she was was approached approached by by a a gunman gunman who who might might have have been been trying trying to to carjack carjack her. her. We We don't don't know know exactly exactly how how this this started. started. But But the the fact fact that that she she was was getting getting into into her her car car and and she she was was basically basically attacked attacked while while she she was was in in her her car car would would suggest suggest Maybe Maybe someone's someone's trying to take the car. What will died at the scene. Her dog was rushed to the veterinary and expected to make a full recovery shooter described the lose young man in his twenties who was wearing dark clothing last seen running on Mariposa Avenue after that attack.

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Man fatally shot by police in Gaithersburg Md., city police dept. says

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | Last week

Man fatally shot by police in Gaithersburg Md., city police dept. says

"Happened around 6 P.m. on Route 3 55 years South Frederick Avenue, Gaithersburg Police chief Mark stroke, the officers approached them on plain clothes. Clearly identified themselves as Gaithersburg police officers. The suspect, then fled on foot across Maryland, Round 55 north and South bound lanes of six lanes of roadway, police say after after running running from from police, police, the the man man showed showed a a handgun. handgun. Multiple Multiple officers officers then fired the man. I'm sorry. The incident is under investigation. The victim has not yet been identified, along with the circumstances of all this. Now to the latest on the pandemic, Maryland reports a record number

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In new Twitter video, Trump admits new administration will come to power

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:17 sec | Last week

In new Twitter video, Trump admits new administration will come to power

"The attack at the Capitol and acknowledging that there will be a new president. Lesson two week. The citizens of our country serving as as your your president president has has been been the the honor honor of of my my life. life. But But Mr Mr Trump Trump did did not not mention mention President President elect elect Biden Biden by by name. name. Capitol Capitol Police Police chief chief Stephen Stephen Sons Sons pledging pledging to to step step down down next next to a gun said his

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Man Armed With Knife Shot, Killed By Police In Newton

WBZ Midday News

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Man Armed With Knife Shot, Killed By Police In Newton

"Candy Shop on Lincoln Street Street and and Newton, Newton, where where men men with with a a knife knife was was shot shot and and killed killed yesterday yesterday is is closed. closed. Today. Today. The The owner owner says says she she needs needs time time to to decompress. decompress. Her Her husband husband telling telling WBZ WBZ TV is on a Mylar. This is a sad situation for everybody. The owner of Indulge Linda Well, our Goldman says a man suffering from mental health issues came into her store holding a knife her husband tells WBZ, she discreetly dialed 911. While trying to get the man outside the owner. Certainly kept a cool head in a difficult situation was able to protect herself as well as to reach out and provide by keeping the 911 line open. A fair amount of information to the police officials say. When police arrived, the man ran upstairs where he lived in an apartment. Police called for backup, including a mental health clinicians. State. Police say there were attempts to de escalate the situation. And officers also used a beanbag gun and a Taser to Newton. Police Police officers officers then then fired fired their their weapons weapons striking striking the the man. man. He He dotted dotted Newton Newton Wellesley Wellesley Hospital, Hospital, and and a a rally rally is is planned planned for for later later this this afternoon, afternoon, four four clock clock outside outside of the Newton police station. We will Keep you updated on that

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Man Armed With Knife Shot, Killed By Police In Newton

WBZ Afternoon News

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Man Armed With Knife Shot, Killed By Police In Newton

"News in Newton, a person shot by Newton Newton police police following following an an attempted attempted robbery robbery has has died. died. Middlesex Middlesex D D Marry Marry in in Ryan Ryan says says to to Newton Newton Police Police officers officers responded responded to to the the scene scene of of that that attempted attempted robbery robbery on Lincoln Street. Police chase the man into the apartment above the store where he lived. And called for backup along with a clinician with mental health expertise. State police Colonel Christopher Mason says the officers acted quickly to prevent any further injury to the community de escalation attempts were made. There was an attempt to slow down down the the pace pace of of the the incident. incident. There There was was also also an an attempt attempt to to utilize utilize you you support support a a lesson lesson least least lethal lethal force force tactics. tactics. Unfortunately, Unfortunately, none none of those were successful and the officers were forced to do what they What they ended up doing. The suspect was taken in Newton Wellesley Hospital, where he later died. Ryan says several Newton officers were also taken to the hospital, but we're not seriously hurt. This

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Man Armed With Knife Shot, Killed By Police In Newton

WBZ Afternoon News

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Man Armed With Knife Shot, Killed By Police In Newton

"The latest now. Developing news in Newton, a person shot by Newton Newton police police following following an an attempted attempted robbery robbery has has died. died. Middlesex Middlesex D. D. A. A. Mary Mary and and Ryan Ryan says says to to Newton Newton police police officers officers responded responded to to the the scene scene of of that that attempted attempted robbery. robbery. They located the suspect who lived above the business business that made the initial 911 call, she says. That's when police called for backup during the subsequent interaction. The new police deployed less than lethal courts. Using a beanbag shotgun. It to 1 P.m. ate. One of the state troopers who had responded deployed a Taser, Both of those uses of non lethal force were unsuccessful in subduing the suspect. To Newton. Police officers then fired their service weapon, striking the man carrying the knife. Suspect was taken to Newton Wellesley Hospital, where he later died. D A. Ryan also says several Newton officers were taken to the hospital, but none sustained serious injuries.

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Walsh signs ordinance creating new police oversight office for Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Walsh signs ordinance creating new police oversight office for Boston

"Today, today, signing signing a a new new ordinance ordinance creating creating an an independent independent board board that that examines examines claims claims of of police police misconduct. misconduct. The The Office Office of of Police Police Accountability Accountability and and Transparency Transparency will will house house and and support support the Civilian Review Board and the Eternal Affairs Oversight panel, which Wall says creates a new standard in police. Accountability and oversight have an opportunity. To be a national model, and it's my belief that we are a national model with with the the first first city city to to really really respond, respond, and and I I am am tired tired of of the the work work that's that's been been done done here here and and I I know know we we still still have have more more work work to to do. do. As As I I said, said, this this is is a a continuation continuation of of work. work. The The new agency will be overseen by three commissioners and a lawyer who served as executive director. The City Council voted to create the office last month. In

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Downtown Washington, DC quiet ahead of Wednesday’s planned election affirmation protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Downtown Washington, DC quiet ahead of Wednesday’s planned election affirmation protests

"Protests in November in November and and December December that sparked that sparked violence. violence. Downtown Downtown businesses businesses are hoping are hoping streets streets will remain will remain calm calm this Wednesday. this Wednesday. When Congress When Congress starts counting starts electoral counting electoral votes in votes the firm's in the firm's president president elect Joe elect Biden's Joe Biden's victory. victory. Some downtown Some downtown business business owners owners unwilling unwilling to speak to speak out, out, said privately said privately they're pleased they're pleased the hotel the hotel Harrington Harrington and Harry's and bar. Harry's bar. Would be closed Would be closed Monday Monday to Wednesday. to Wednesday. Both Both places places were popular were popular with members with of members the extremist of the extremist group the group proud the proud boys boys during November during November and December and December protests. protests. Visiting Visiting Black Black Lives Lives Black Black matter matter Lives Lives Plaza Plaza matter matter Plaza Plaza 18 18 18 18 year year old old year year Jayla Jayla old old Johnson Johnson Jayla Jayla Johnson Johnson of of Clinton, Clinton, of of Clinton, Clinton, Maryland. Maryland. Maryland. Maryland. Discounted Discounted Discounted Discounted claims claims claims claims pushed pushed pushed pushed by by President President by by President President Trump Trump Trump Trump that that the the election election that that the the election election was was fraudulent. fraudulent. was was fraudulent. fraudulent. I I think think I I think think the the election the the election was absolutely was absolutely fair fair I I personally personally sent in the sent mail in in the mail ballot in ballot and I and think I that my think that my mail mail in ballots in ballots should count should as count a vote as a vote downtown downtown D. C. D. The C. stage The stage for major for major protests protests since summer since summer remains remains under under strong strong under under strong strong police police police police presence, presence, presence, presence, particularly particularly particularly particularly on on on on O O w w t t o o P P News. News. Noah Noah

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Crisis response team answers 911 calls without armed police

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Crisis response team answers 911 calls without armed police

"Crisis Group is working with police when it comes to handling mental health crises. CBS is Lilia Luciano Eugene, Oregon. When you call 911, you don't always get get the the police. police. It's It's a a mental mental health health crisis, crisis, You'll You'll get get two two hoots. hoots. All All right. right. For For more more than than 30 30 years. years. Cahoots, which stands for crisis assistance, helping out on the streets has been serving communities in central Oregon. There's a guy on river Road, which I think would benefit from having coach come visit him responding to 1/5 of all 911 calls with unarmed crisis workers and E M. T s instead of armed police officers. We respond in teams of two Tol non violent and non criminal crises.

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Chicago Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Apartment

Eye on Travel

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chicago Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Apartment

"Charged a woman after seven Children were found in a vacant apartment on the West side. WGN's Judy Wang reports from Humboldt Park, seven counts of misdemeanor child endangerment. The woman is identified as 31 year old Jesse Hunt. Investigators, though, still aren't saying whether she is the mother of those Children. Police Police say say they they were were called called for for a a wellness wellness check check in in the the 700 700 block block of of North North Trumbull Trumbull around around 4 4 p.m. p.m. yesterday. yesterday. Found Found the the kids kids ages ages ranging ranging from from 23 23 months months to to 14 14 years years old. old. Police Police say. say. All All seven seven kids are in good condition at the hospital. She is due in bond court today. Let's check

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"police police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"police police" Discussed on WTOP

"Contactless, Carry out or delivery. Go to silver diner dot com. Silver Diner Muchmore than a diner rich under w th T traffic rich Thank you to NBC for Samara, Theodore. Now clouds start to build overnight. Right, with temperatures falling into the upper sixties. You might notice humidity on the rise as well. Tomorrow highs in the upper seventies Monday looks mainly cloudy with rain showers likely especially in the afternoon and evening. By Tuesday. The rain persists and temperatures are once again in the upper seventies. We should start to see things improve a bit by Tuesday night Wednesday. A chance for some showers and storms. Otherwise mostly cloudy skies. Just a bit more sunshine highs on Wednesday in the low to mid eighties Thursday, mostly sunny, hot and humid, with high temperatures, making it back to the nineties. As we move through your Thursday note that we're looking pretty dry would have a small chance for an isolated shower storm. I'm 17 4 meteorologist Samara Theodore getting cooler faster out there right now. 65 degrees in McLean, Virginia. It is 67 degrees in Bowie, Maryland, and 73 degrees down on the National Mall because of all that concrete it 11 11. Ricks thrown arrests made as protest in D C turned violent Saturday night near the White House. Five people arrested five officers were hurt. Also thrown smoke, grenades and lasers were pointed at officers, according to D. C. Police Police union says an officer went to the hospital with vision loss for the scene sounded like from the vantage point of a Washington Post.

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"police police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"police police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Police say there were multiple arrests overnight. But the scene is clear this morning. More from ABC is Alex Stone in Washington overnight ahead of President Trump being nominated by delegates on Monday in Charlotte. Clashes between protesters and police Police using pepper spray and bicycles to push back protesters On Monday in Charlotte, Republican delegates will meet for a roll call to officially make President Trump their nominee. Most of the RNC will take place here in the nation's capital, with speeches from the White House and another federal sites like Stone. ABC NEWS Washington President Trump fired back yesterday after the four night virtual Democratic National Convention. Ended with Joe Biden's acceptance speech. CBS's boo FTA imam reports from Capitol Hill where Joe Biden sees American darkness. I see American greatness. President Trump's hit back after Joe Biden accepted his party's nomination with a scathing rebuke of the president. They spend four straight days attack in America. As racist and a horrible country. That must be redeemed in Virginia Friday, the president said. He's the only thing standing between the American dream and total anarchy, madness and chaos. The theme of next week's convention is honoring the Great American Story will bring you President Trump's acceptance speech Live on Thursday evening here on W. B C news radio 10 30 Espionage charges filed against a former army green Beret 45 year old Peter Devon's ABC is Alex Process A from Washington FBI responding, calling it a shocking betrayal of his fellow soldiers and his country. Peter Devon's charged with conspiracy to gather or deliver defense information to aid a foreign government, and that could come with a life sentence if convicted. Federal prosecutors say Deben secretly spied for Russia for nearly 15 years sharing classified information about his special Forces unit. Potential first.

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"police police" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"police police" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Just always knew about it. I I'm having a hard time putting a finger on any other. He was on. was in spinal tap. That's correct. He worked with Christopher guest in that and was on Fernwood tonight. What did that was? That was the offshoot of Mary Hartman Right. Martin Ball was the Martin was the host and he was the sidekick. Off a talk show and the talk show was a spin off of a show called Mary Hartman had. Martin Ball played of. Off Guy at Fred Willard was sort of a straight man. He just had a lot of roles that were sort of. Like that, he looked like. Part of he ended up playing the kinds of roles that a guy like that looks like him with play he looks. Unbelievably normal. I mean does it. He look like the most normal guy ever right so so whatever whenever you have. If ever, you could put an edge, a guy who looks really normal. Somehow it just makes it funnier. And he had that ability. The straighter he would sorta reminded me of like. Leslie Nielsen would do the police. What Police Police Police Academy. Movies was a police academy. Naked gun naked gun. When he did all of those, he played frank whatever it was, he played. He read every line straight, but the lines were absurd, which made it funnier? He just seemed so straight in the way that he did the whole thing that made it. Is he still alive Leslie Nielsen I. Think He's already he can't imagine. All right how's traffic. All programs on news talk eleven thirty. W. I s broadcast broadcaster. The Annex Wealth Management Studios Annex Wealth. Management know the difference. Thirty W. ISI mark belling late afternoon show. I'm sure you can guess the forecast for tonight. Probably think there's GonNa. Be Some rain and fog it. It actually has it even rating for that long, but does it already seem like a week?.

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"police police" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on WTVN

"Columbus. Police police department has abolished the vice unit today removed three officers from their vice assignments and notified the seven remaining by saucers that I am abortion their assignments. The vice unit is currently undergoing an internal review by investigative deputy chief interim police chief Tom Quinlan acknowledged the move to eliminate the vice squad or is in direct response to an internal review after two high profile cases last year that included the arrest of adult entertainer. Stormy Daniels in north Columbus. Most of the unit's personnel have already transferred to their new positions. Quinlan says the CPT would instead be taking a more community. Centered approach when handling vice crimes like prostitution. The president is set to be in Lima this afternoon to push for an increase in US military spending. He's on his way to tour the Lima tank plant where he wants more money spent on upgrades to the one Abrams tank. He'll follow that up by a visit to headline. A fundraiser in canton. House speaker Nancy Pelosi today is calling for the passage of legislation that would offer some illegal immigrants a chance for citizenship. The American dream and promise. Act was recently introduced in the house and would give more than two million children brought to the US illegally a path to citizenship. Former house speaker Paul Ryan is now a board member on the new FOX corporation. Ryan was named to the board yesterday as the stock began trading as an independent public company radio six ten WTVN.

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"police police" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"To Mira COPA. Police. Police did a welfare check acting on a tip, and they say they found one child in an unlocked. Closet wearing only a poll up. The other six kids at the house appeared malnourished with dark rings under. There is where you say Michelle Hackney punished the kids with pepper spray and by locking them in a closet with no food or water for days if they forgot their lines refused. Perform fourteen Democrats are in the running for the White House. Number fifteen could be announcing his plan soon. Here's CBS's Eto key. Several people familiar with the former vice president's plans, tell CBS news that Joe Biden has started phoning potential donors this week who could help him raise millions of dollars fast part of Biden's challenges that unlike Bernie Sanders, Beto O'Rourke or Kamala Harris, he's never really had a vast national network of supporters willing to donate money online. New drug could help put postpartum depression in the past live to CBS's. Vicki Barker, the FDA has approved the first medication designed a suspicious to treat the condition which affects one in nine you American moms, Stephanie Hathaway was one of them. She tested the drought. I five hours. I didn't feel any. I went to sleep. I woke up and the thoughts, can you draw called Brexit alone has to be injected intravenously with the patient closely monitored for several days because it caused fainting. And some of the women who tested it Peter in San Francisco jury says the Monsanto roundup weed killer was a substantial factor in causing a California man's cancer. Attorney Jennifer more represents plaintiff Edward Hardiman do for decades. That roundup can cause cancer, and frankly, they just didn't care. Jurors must now decide whether or not Monsanto is liable twenty-five recordings chosen for preservation by the library of congress. They include some rock and roll hip, hop, Bobby Kennedy speech and a radio classic..

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"police police" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And said that he would be fully vindicated. There is no circumstance. Whatsoever. Which I will bear false witness against the president stone was arrested in the predawn hours. By about a dozen FBI agents who swarmed his home in south Florida and adviser to the Trump campaign and a friend of the president for nearly four decades. Stone is charged with five counts of lie one count of obstruction and one count of witness tampering stone, the sixth associate of the president charged in Robert Muller's investigation closer to home. A man makes a startling discovery. This morning when he opens up his business on the northwest side of Detroit, that's refounded dead body described as between thirty five and forty years old. And apparently beaten about the head was found lying in the snow in an alley behind a church and in abandoned barber shop and an automotive repair facility was the owner of that facility that discovered the body arrived for work and was opening a shop and found the man unresponsive in the alley behind his business called police police. Determine the man was dead on the scene at apparently had been beaten about the head. They canvassed the neighborhood. But as far as we know no suspects yet on the northwest side. Mike Campbell w j NewsRadio nine v a Saint Clair county man under arrest over his alleged relationship with a minor county. Sheriff's deputies say they got a call from concerned parents. They said their minor daughter had been sneaking out of the family's home in Saint Clair township at night to meet an adult man detective staff, Dan, and as the girl online setting up a meeting with the man he was taken into custody when he showed up for the meeting. The suspect is in jail and awaiting charges of costing a minor for immoral purposes. Sandra McNeill, WW J NewsRadio nine fifty a lengthy prison. Sentence ahead for a local man in the killing of a transgender woman. A Detroit judge has sentenced Antoine Simmons to eighteen to forty five years behind bars after he was convicted of being responsible in the death of Kelly sto- in December Simmons. Attacks sto as she was walking near mcnichols and brush Simmons struck the victim multiple times then stole her purse. Stow died from injuries sustained in that robbery w w j news time ten thirty six. We have water and ice over the roadway. It's.

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"police police" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The polices. Policing is done in a given jurisdictional area and your power comes from that jurisdiction. So sure a person who's a police officer should be able to cross the border into Mexico as far as I'm concerned, he should be able to carry a gun because free people can should be able to be armed. That's an that's evidence of of people. I don't think that you have any more right to be armed than anyone else. But they should have the right to be armed everybody should have the right to be armed with they travel. And then once they get to Mexico. They have the right to act like anybody else. But if they start to arrest people and things like that, they are simply a brigand. So you think? That Mexican nationals should be able to enter the United States with firearms. If they choose. Yes. And you think Americans should be able to enter Mexico was firearms. If they choose specs suspect they did that for more than one hundred years Canada, people should be able to go to Canada with guns. People Canadians should be able to own guns. So these are just natural conclusions from the whole open borders. These are theories that come from the belief that you own yourself. So a person owns themselves. They're able to protect them thus. They're able to protect themselves. They're able to build tools therefore able to build tools to protect themselves that that means that you should be able to exchange with other people. So they should be able to exchange tools that protect themselves, and they should be able to travel as long as they're not like tramping on your rose bushes or something like, you know, they they shouldn't be able to wear a groove three your yard or anything like that. But you think people should be able to use drugs if they choose their bodies to do you think they should be able to travel internationally with guns and drugs, if they choose they should well, the reason that they do travel internationally, they currently do travel internationally with guns and drugs is because the police have made it illegal to travel internationally with guns and drugs. So now, we have to have to have guns and drugs in many cases. So now, we have to have armed people bringing the drugs to the American populace, which is wishes to consume them. And whereas if they take the CIA for their service on that. Appreciate that CIA for flying. All that good stuff in. All of these things are like rights that are right now being a bridge that basic believe people have the right which is being infringed upon right now, but they have the right to travel internationally with drugs and guns as they choose any country in the I mean, I I I can imagine why an airline wouldn't wanna take you. But I mean, you know, maybe a bus company wouldn't want to take you. Maybe you got to walk from Florida to Mexico with your AK47.'s lung over your shoulder and your bagga- heroin in your pocket, and you're probably gonna get robbed at some point. Maybe you'll be able to handle it with aka, I don't know. Yeah. I mean as a human right that right exists. I don't see how anyone could argue that it doesn't exist. Is it a good idea for us to allow that human right? Well, that's something that we could discuss. But I don't say that. I I would not have the right to to stop somebody from doing that. I'm just gonna leave it at that. Brian. Thanks for the call eight five five four five zero.

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"police police" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"And I think that we saw that also with Jeff Sessions when two days before Kanye west visited the White House. If we remember too many years ago when that took place the Justice department filed a statement of interest to stop the Chicago police department from enacting a major overhaul of how police police, and so I think that the idea that Tom's cotton and Heather's McDonald's, and the statist anti-reform side of the conservative movement have which is basically is that police being allowed to do police work as ever they see fit is good because crime is bed prisons being able to imprison as many people commit these crimes, which are bad is also good. And there's a sense that part of why I step has been so challenging away. Sentencing reform on crack and powder. Cocaine has been so challenging a white criminal Justice reform is challenging at all is because there is a. Inherent question of if you commit a crime, you should get punished or should you? Because at a certain point, you know, and they're this is led to all this debate. Among conservatives about like, well, these people would get at a prison, but not these people because at a certain point even those people have to get out of prison sometime like even people who have done things that are not like the worst of the worst. We're not talking about getting Charles Manson out of hypothetical jail. But we are talking about people who have you trafficked drugs or were involved in a shooting that killed someone and at a certain point after they serve fifteen twenty twenty five years, they will leave prison who will they be when they leave are they allowed to leave at all how many things are so bad that you just shouldn't be allowed to be out of prison. And what should you be doing in prison at that time? She just be suffering that whole time or should you be learning something or doing something because there's been a lot of conversation. Among libertarians about the fact that you what you can read. In prison, and the male you can get imprisoned has been curtailed again. And again, and again by prison wardens in different states. You know, where they're trying to restrict your access to magazines outside of like vary. Small number that are sold to you by these corporations that work with private prisons. And so this idea of what is prison, and what is crime. I mean, I know that these sound like very vague amorphous questions. But there once that criminal Justice reform advocates have been thinking about for decades. And they're ones that you. It's really difficult to put in politically salient terms. I totally agree that a lot of the conversation about decarbonisation like a lot of the bulking at reducing sentences. It's as if people think that everyone is in prison for life unless proven, but the thing about the like, Heather McDonald, Tom cotton, the argument about who has expertise and who should be allowed to have power in the system is a really important one late the debate. Over mandatory minimums is essentially a debate about do you want? Prosecutors to have the power to co worse flea deals as often as not by using the threat of a mandatory minimum or do you want judges to have more power and giving them more discretion like it's not as explicit as a fight between the prosecutors lobby and the judge's lobby. Not least because there is no federal judges lobby, but that's really the question there. And so looking at the mechanics of for step. It's clear the assumption that the people closest the government employees who are enacting the criminal Justice system. No, the most is woven into this. Right, right. The fact that wardens have to be deciding who deserves earned credit that if you want to get your sentence reduced under the retroactive cracked disparity stuff, you have to affirmatively apply and be approved by your warden. Like, there's a lot in here that reflects the idea that yes, there are too many people in prison, but the people who should be deciding which people get out. Out are the people running the prison, right? It isn't that? I'm a little. Cynical about the whole thing that like. This allot going on the criminal Justice system. Right. And there's like a lot that.

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"police police" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Five years only sibling was a thirty six year. Veterans Chicago police officers three decades as a detective, my two boys are police officers and willing and San Antonio and police officers. You know, I think the vast majority of the public realizes that police officers are of the highest calibre and that they risk their lives every day for our safety. So, you know, I think the I think the police. Police officers need to be supportive, and and they need they need this type of leadership that's going to give them the support the resources and the infrastructure to ensure that not only are they not only are are they effective and protected, but also that that there's the appropriate supervision and accountability you want to increase the number police officers particularly detectives, I've I've heard you talk about Paulin, d do you think that police officers have the support they need in terms of building? How do you build something for them? So that they feel as if they can be proactive and still if they're doing the right thing be protected because you heard from the F O P today, they're feeling and maybe it's just a gut reaction emotional, but they're saying what cop would still want to be proactive in this environment. Well, I think. I'm not trying to be political on this clearly when you allow two thousand police positions not to though vacant. And now there are only now beginning sell them when you allow your detectives division to literally be cut in half. And now, of course, they're rushing the sobils vacancies. But of course, so many of the detective staff are being hired now. Simply don't have the experience. Yep. When you went from one sergeant for every ten officers to one charging Tevi thirty officers for that matter when you waited for years to provide, you know, even a small percentage of police officers with tasers, and the taste of trainings, you almost create conditions face things to happen. Look, you know, the, you know, Van Dyke is is being held accountable for his actions, and you know, and and and the jury has spoken, but at the end of the day, you know, by our actions are failure to provide the police officers with not only the resources they need, but the infrastructure the sergeants to training. The you know, the training officers. See, you know, the the ongoing redundant training that that people in the military take for granted where they're being trained and in certain procedures in certain actions and standard operating procedures and such. I mean, we almost create conditions within which though there will be conflict between the police officers in the community to leave their Pal Singh for much appreciate your time, sir. All right. Let's check in with Judy here. The WGN issue Catherine show celebrates us have a person on the planet. Weekday mornings at seven twenty on seven twenty WGN Chicago, I'll get to Judy in just one moment. I'm being told actually I was going to go to Judy. But now Judy I'm not going to wreck. You always stand me up. Yes. So let me do this. I I will do you mind is it? Okay. It's fine. Alright. Tutte in one minute. So we got the weekend off. But.

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"police police" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy Cunningham, and I intended to mention this through this Hawthorne herself because of the offensive today that made it quite impossible. But I wanted to remind you that the saints savior fall festival the legendary Saint Xavier fall festival under the leadership of Amy Hawthorne is Friday Saturday and Sunday endear park slash Ross Moines. Saint Xavier fall festival joining me now is Brian because the power five and Brian here. We are at two thirty eight pm. What do we learn now over the past two or three hours? You could help us understand. Well, I I'm still at the scene. It is still very active here. There are police. Police crime tape around all without and square. It goes race from walnut street Devine street fifth street to six street for that entire city block has been cordoned off. And it's still part of the crime scene. Are we know they have removed the bodies that were in fifth third building? I think everyone else was transported third. That were in the fifth third building those have now left in the coroner's van came and got those a short time ago and police they spent a long time, I'm not sure prophetic yet. But they have set up quite a while going through to make sure there was no other secondary shooter that they'll would hit injured and quote off into a corner and an entire scene, and they did it very systematically going through the building. I think they've completed that now and at this point they're still in the investigation and everything needs to be done here at the scene. I had on Joe dealers about an hour ago. And he talked about the perpetrator was shot through the plate glass window at fifth. Third Bank by the police is that your understanding. You know, I know that. I'm sorry in the middle of a couple of different things here. We know that the there were bullet holes in the front the glass there. But I'm not sure how they got there. Whether that was shooting through and getting this. Suspect or whether it was a great shot or how how that got there. But there were bullet holes in that building. And the, and I've been told that this is where that there was a shootout that there were three or four officers screen gauge this suspect, and it was an actual shootout. There were people shooting back and forth. So whatever happened. It was a violent. I talked to an officer out. You're out you're birdie five years, and he has never seen anything like she this Bank. It's it's unbelievable. And if Joe debtors, of course, he would know he he said it was such a chaotic scene that the officers stood outside really in fountain square and shot through the plate glass windows at the shooter who was shooting back at them. And so there were bullets dozens of bullets flying all over found square, and that's possibly how some of the innocent victims were shot. They don't know yet. Not by the perpetrator. But by the crossfire like I've seen from gun smoke on found square Cincinnati. That's unbelievable. Talked to one witness who said he saw one of the victim. And that victim was shot multiple times. It was a woman, and that woman was shot multiple times in the torso. So we know that at least that victim was shot. Several times. There was another victim come out with bleeding. So yeah, these victims could have been inside outside. We don't know. It's an area where how many of us have gone into time after time could have been sitting. There could have been any of us as far as the scene a quarter to three here. We are almost what six hours later is it still absolutely shut down there. Yeah. Well, walnut street is now open St. is our open fifth street is still closed. I can't find borrowing from where I am here. I don't know if it's open or not, but everything around fountain square is shut down. You know this. This would have happened right in the shadow of the fountain. I mean, that's how you know. This was right at the center of the most iconic place in all of Cincinnati sort of to to put the capsule around. There are three innocent people dead. The fourth dead is the shooter himself. There's two wounded one in critical one in serious so total five innocent victim shot and the perpetrator makes six is that your information. Yeah. That's what she said. Earlier today. Six people total. You're dead, including the shooter. And two others were injured as far as the shooting itself did all of the shooting. Take place inside the lobby of fifth third center or did some take place and the and the and the polling area off walls, walnut street. Did it happen? All inside the banker some of it. Elsewhere. I'm not sure I talked to an officer who Rivera at that scene. That officer said it's the worst thing he'd seen a thirty five years in this city. And he indicated that most of the shooting happened in the lobby. We were Cody entered the loading dock, which is kind of curiously sort of away from it. It's like under that rainbow picture of. Leo armstrong. Right. That's where the loading dock area. You go into it. Then all this sort of happened in the lobby. So we're not sure where where it all unfolded. Two bodies were taken from the lobby would appear day came from the lobby up the fifth third banking center, there you remember some of them they transported some of the victims were transported. So we're not sure exactly where they were when they were hit. But I do know that the two people the way they brought them out and loaded them into the corners van they were all at the fifth third center, and they came out on the street side, and they them in the corner Stanford there Bron Hamrick of TV five as far as the identity of the perpetrator. What do we know? We don't know much yet. We know they're searching a place up at north bend had been reported that it is this person's house. It's this is a an apartment building up there from what I've been told. I've been listening to Karen Johnson is up there right now. Well, that was it. He told me when he came on. He had like four percent and his phone just died. So we'll continue to follow this. And maybe I'll put a call into Karen Johnson. Let's take a short break. And when we continue with more on this seven four nine seven thousand pounds seven hundred eighteen t and when we continue we may ask for your input. I've been on this for about two hours and Forty-five minutes and have not had the capabilities have taking any telephone calls because I am John cranley on a noon at twelve thirty was Brian Hamrick at one o'clock, Joe debtors, one thirty we had sheriff Jim Neal than a two o'clock Brian Thome to thirty-five once again Brian Hamrick. And I think what Joe said which was breaking news when I had Joe on about one ten PM what about an hour and a half ago is that his information is CPT officers stood outside plate glass windows, a fifth third Bank fired through the windows and killed the perpetrator who returned was returning far. It was. A gunfight on fountain square involving three or four CPT officers. And Joe dealers also related that it was a semiautomatic pistol. But he had multiple clips on them that each clip had between twelve and fifteen rounds he had multiple clips. So he came armed to do shoot thirty to forty pieces of ammo. And I don't know how many clips he got through. There was one witness who said earlier that there were at least fifteen shots fired. And after that more shots were fired from him. It would take really a a second or two to drop a clip and put another clip and chamber around and away you go, but we'll continue with more to forty six your home of the reds coming up after three o'clock today. We'll be any fingers and the rock. Bill Cunningham seven hundred wwl w. This is seven hundred w w. Billy.

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"police police" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on WTVN

"Your mind right together energy, and, then step, up to do the right thing that's the position. That I hold and that's why we did that all right, so that's among all of the cuts that will, get to today but that's an interesting cut there with with urban Meyer last night on one of the five seven the zone which is our sister station here in the building Matt. McCoy had Brad Coughlan who is. Zack Smith's attorney on and this was yet more compelling audio that again. This happened last night when your wife accuses you of having an affair and she may or may not have in there may or may not be Merits, behind that and, she goes nuts. You have to either? Get out, of the, house or. Contain her and what happened, was a situation between these two where he was forced. To defend himself he restrained her she calmed down she called the. Police police. Came at a must dress policy he was arrested he was released, and within a day or two everything was dismissed because there was no domestic violence it was, self, defense and, that marriage produced two children and had many years. Thereafter of of of of a marriage it it didn't survive, until he doesn't fifteen or sixteen but it was, false because it was dismissed as best because it was false and now we got to deal with he's got to deal with this thing right now This perception somehow an abuser of pregnant women it's horrible it's it sounds bad it is bad promise it's just not true all right so let's bring in our best Buckeye coverage. Analyst and Buckeye great of course Jeff Logan Jeff thanks for coming on, today brother its longtime. Talking and good to hear your voice we're going to be with. You blaze under better circumstances though yeah so your take on I'm sure you just heard. The audio you're, friends with urban. Clearly and then you heard Brad there I bet the the. Audio your take. On this well first of all there's nobody who, gets a winner in this situation the husband wife. Zach his ex wife certainly football is not a winner in the circumstances and and I guess my first thoughts when I. Had this is he's got two beautiful children of, this marriage that you know stuff like this is going to impact those kids. Far longer than any of us as. Far as Ohio State fans are friends or whatever The case might be and and you know I think it's a tragic situation I I really enjoyed listening to the cups that. You just shared from urban Meyer I thought his honesty With respect, to the situation, and the dates and everything associated with that we're we're accurate the attorneys. View I think from his standpoint defending Zac Smith what, you would expect from your defense attorney and you know, the thing that bothers me, more than anything else plays in this circumstance and I'm gonna. Include myself in this to. Be very very careful jumping on either side of this and saying Hugh got what he deserved or she's just a wine or whatever the, case might be nobody knows exactly. What, happened other than Zack in his ex wife and for anybody to come out. With statements that that You're you're the judge jury and the executioner in this I think is. Dead wrong so I think this is going to have to play. Out I just want, to, see from, an Ohio State fan standpoint just kind of distraction and also for the legacy of rural. Bruce to, have this at all societas with his legacy so you bring up the fact that that's a good point that you make. About, the judge jury and executioner we are smack dab in the middle of that era unfortunately, with, all the..

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"police police" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on Super Station 101

"But again a story that's all too familiar again a story of passer bys performing cpr on victims lying bloodied on the sidewalk in the wake of this rental van the continued on this horrific run for almost a mile bringing back right the same images from niece france berlin london barcelona stockholm london manhattan the list goes on just in the last year and a half rental vans rental trucks used as weapons used in acts of terror and we all know our thirties no canadian the authorities know american thirties no everybody in the west knows that this has been a call that isis and other muslim groups have put out now for four or five years to us automobiles to use cars two used trucks to use vans as weapons it's an easy way isis in these other muslim groups spread it's a very easy way to kill innocent people polices police questioning right now the twenty five year old suspect m because of the heroic work of this cop up there man check out that video it is astounding that that police officer did not shoot and kill this guy the restraint that he showed because it is so important to try to keep them alive so that you can question him why did he do what he did and on the tv it sure looks like the killer is pointing a gun at the cop we will know in very short order why this killer did what he did we don't know motive but again it was a deliberate act and local police treating it as an act of terror.

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"police police" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"police police" Discussed on WGTK

"But again a story that's all too familiar again a story of passer bys performing cpr on victims lying bloodied on the sidewalk in the wake of this rental van that continued on this horrific run for almost a mile bringing back right the same images for niece france berlin london barcelona stockholm london manhattan the list goes on just in the last year and a half rental vans rental trucks used as weapons used in acts of terror can we all know are authorities no canadian the thirties no american thirties no everybody in the west knows that this has been a call that isis and other muslim groups have put out now for four or five years to us automobiles to use cars two used trucks to use vans as weapons it's an easy way isis in these other muslim groups spread it's a very easy way to kill innocent people polices police questioning right now the twenty five year old suspect and because of the horr work of this cop up there man check out that video it is astounding that that police officer did not shoot and kill this guy the restraint that he showed because it is so important to try to keep them alive so that you can question him why did he do what he did and on the tv it sure looks like the killer is pointing a gun at the cop we will know in very short order why this killer did what he did we don't know motive but again it was a deliberate act and local police treating it as an act of terror.

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"police police" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"police police" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"In the trial less going all exactly and what happened is bone another thing brother i'll the fbi uh reject the case from the baltimore police police department say it wasn't enough evidence so they play football do it back and forth and then they share will maybe we'll get distracted with the super bowl and forget all about it now law coach earlier she talked about those pastas desperate on trial but i was holding on her show for our it couldn't get on about this same issue we cannot let this go rubber out this is what we fight for cause those officers that will cross the blue she'll and mitch on their own officers who set of black people who duty stay cook ebert commit killing brother out so we we we cannot let them go with it this morning and and the uh uh officers are doing their job because you're in forcing belong when you turn in bad cuts utah cover with their would dealing in uh in criminal behaviour if you are a policeman that's what you're supposed to be doing frightened criminals even if his of the police office and an and brother nobody chris talking about your mayor family now she should have been two one up all expatriate here will address would hurt children that this brother had paid his life wow amazing beg you've were you call giles let's go to the south side of chicago wbo in sixteen ninety home of the governor cliff kildee let's go to uh mike mike i do not here might low level now palo there how i i'm well how will you i'm doing well hey i was just thinking uh when you reference the police training saying is that the first trying to make it i know it especially in chicago weather all over this country looked the most solid training make it is that how these whiteboards coming to the police department bigoted racist from what they learned at home as their that's just reinforce to these various colleagues organization we live forever here in chicago that's the way as well throughout this nation forever nine and that is the kind of thing that we've got to deal with this is we alotted thank you for your call mike let me go to fraud ons x siriusxm 126 to dr shelby dr shelby yes good afternoon reverend al.

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"police police" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"police police" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Talk about it but we ended up talking about all these other things but i think that the conversation about immigration it goes well with the conversation about law enforcement that is police police's role in society because it's not much different when we talk about law enforcement we are talking about usually when you mentioned law enforcement you're talking about police and that's cities in jones local police and doing their job to enforce the law that's the way we enforce the law in this in this country you see a police car is usually a local law enforcement official we obviously have fed's we have federal laws and things like that but most laws are dealt with on a local level and then there there's federal law enforcement like the like the border patrol but data law enforcement day it kinda lumps all these people in together in my mind and i think we're having a bit of a problem with our image of law enforcement in this country you have i don't know what happened in in so far this year in 2017 police officer debts onduty have jumped nearly twenty percent that's with that was a study that was up front i'm getting from fox that was published in the middle of last year there was a number of ambush shootings i remember the ambush shooting in in new york city in the bronx last year and this was half way through last year 67 officers were killed in line of duty and the i wonder if you feel that it has anything to do with the the tenor of the conversation about police officers in this country that is like coming from people like colin kaepernick the nfl obviously had dealt with this issue all last year different trying to shake the issue colin kaepernick who at first sat out the national anthem and said he wasn't going to salute the flag he said i'm not going to salute the flag of a country that treats my africanamerican brothers and sisters the following way whatever his what was i'm just i'm paraphrasing because it's not important the exact quote but he said i will not salute the flag of a country that treats people in this way so from the very beginning his protest had to do with not wanting to salute the flag he was tying law enforcement his vision of law.

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"police police" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"police police" Discussed on WLOB

"And i wanted to talk about it but we ended up talking about all these other things but i think that the conversation about immigration it goes well with the conversation about law enforcement that is police police's role in society because it's not much different when we talk about law enforcement we are talking about usually when you mentioned law enforcement you're talking about police and that's cities in jones local police and doing their job to enforce the law that's the way we enforce the law in this in this country you see a police car is usually a local law enforcement official we obviously have beds we have federal laws and things like that but most laws are dealt with on a local level and then there there's federal law enforcement like the like the border patrol but to have a law enforcement day it kinda lumps all these people in together in my mind and i think we're having a bit of a problem with our image of law enforcement in this country you have i don't know what happened in so far this year in 2017 police officer deaths onduty have jumped nearly twenty percent that's with that was a study that was at front i'm getting from fox that was published in the middle of last year there was a number of ambush shootings i remember the ambush shooting in in new york city in the bronx last year and this was africa through last year sixty seven officers were killed in a line of duty and the i wonder if you feel that it has anything to do with the the tenor of the conversation about police officers in this country that is like coming from people like colin kaepernick the nfl obviously had dealt with this issue all last year different trying to shake the issue colin kaepernick who at first sat out the national anthem and said he wasn't going to salute the flag he said i'm not going to salute the flag of a country that treats my africanamerican brothers and sisters the following way whatever his quote was i'm just i'm paraphrasing because it's not important the exact quote but he said i will not salute the flag of a country that treats people in this way so from the very beginning his protest had to do with not wanting to salute the flag he was tying law enforcement his.

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"police police" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"police police" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Difference clear skies and colder tonight maybe a little patchy fog in the morning the low temperature about forty two then for tomorrow a nice day sunshine a mild afternoon high of sixty nine increasing cloudiness tomorrow night low 55 then on saturday mostly cloudy some showers likely especially during the afternoon and evening high temperature about sixty eight i'm wvtm thirteen chief meteorologist jerry tracy with your forecast an his crawford broadcasting station when he was elected to congress he showed up in washington and refused to play by their rules he was on a mission to haul the government accountable and speak for the people who elected he did such a good job the democrats redrew is district and spend millions of dollars to defeat him but now he's left washington at he's punching back east joe walsh this is the joe walsh radio program two so we'll talk about al franken tonight 'cause everybody's talking about al franken i've avoid talking about al franken we'll talk about l franken i promise shell debt to al franken before this show is over but i wanna start with something i believe is more important a baltimore police officer was shot in the head and killed earlier today yes i'll tell you what all two more jeff sucks i'll tell you what three hundred nineteen homicides in baltimore so far in 2017 all of a cop hating that has taken place in the city of baltimore the last couple of years in all its uh uh uh don black people killed and not that it matters at all two black lives matter or these activist on the left this baltimore police officer in baltimore homicide detective who was shot dead earlier today was a black officer well he was fighting for his life in the hospital he did not survive detective sean shooter a black officer eighteen year veteran of the baltimore police police department husband father of five ahead in a very dangerous neighborhood in west baltimore while conducting an investigation and it is the way that this baltimore homicide detective died that i find so frightening and so dangerous detective sean souder.

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