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"port richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"port richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Corn. All right. So in Philadelphia, the fatal police shooting of 27 year old Walter Wallace from City Journal in West Philadelphia. Set off another round of mass looting, arson and violence. Wallace, who had a long criminal history and evident mental problems, was confronted by two police officers who ordered him repeatedly to put down the knife that he was wielding. Wallace refused to drop the knife, charged the officers and was shot multiple times. The shooting sparked looting and vandalism in and around west Philadelphia is 52nd street coroner. Where the 18th district Police district Is where the 18th district Police district Is located, incidentally, I have a very vivid memories. Of arriving To give a speech in Philadelphia on the night of the Philadelphia Phillies winning the World Series. And we could not travel directly to our hotel in downtown Philadelphia. Because of all the rioting that was taking place. So Philadelphia has a tradition of riots. That are caused by all sorts of things. And the primary source is nice. Nothing to do with events. Events are excuses to riot. People who riot are bored. Painless. On and they have no conscience that you and I can relate to. They probably have no father. We certainly have no 10 commandments. Just thought I'd throw that out. That the police cars are now routinely burned. Is a crisis a serious crisis in American life. The West Philadelphia riots accelerated into a fever pitch, resulting in injuries to 30 police officers. Yeah, necessitating the hospitalization of 12. Others. Officers managed to arrest 30 people. As the riots spread throughout west Philadelphia, where ATMs were destroyed, and businesses looted. Including a rite aid, several clothing stores and a restaurant. Newsweek reported that over 1000 people ransacked and looted stores like WalMart and Footlocker. In the Port Richmond section of the city. District attorney Larry Krasner. Larry Krasner is A bad human being. He seeks the destruction of Philadelphia. He is the nevertheless the district attorney. He embodies my view of the left that I've had all of my life. The Achilles heel of the left is evil. They do not fight evil. Instead they fight good. Those who do not fight evil. I'll fight good. That's a Take off on the communiqu victim. That those who are nice to the cruel will be cruel to the knife. That is Larry Crescent. His motto. I am nice to the cruel Ahn die in cruel to the nice. But he was elected. By you. In Philadelphia. Philadelphia Police chief Danielle Outlaw promised a full investigation into the looting, crashing, appraised peaceful demonstrations, but said nothing specific about the mayhem and violence. Mayor Jim Kenny, after a lengthy statement, promising to investigate. The police officers involved in the shooting later added a much softer post gripped directed at the rioters quote. Vandalism and looting is not unacceptable Face First Amendment expression That is one serious condemnation. I think these rioters when they heard that they were, you know, that's a very good point. Now I'm going to really have to ruminate on that. But he did not condemn the disorder or promise to stop it. On the second day of rioting Outlaw that's the police chief Daniel Outlaw stated. I have directed the officer involved. Shooting investigation. Unity to begin It's investigation. While at the scene this evening, I heard and felt the anger of the community. Everyone involved will forever be impacted. I also plan to join the mayor in meeting with members of the community and members of Wall face off Wallace's family. There you go. That's that's a statement of support of the rioters, is it not? Um, I mean, anyway, distorting the message. Outlaw statement contained no mention of the community suffering the ill effects of smashed up businesses. And boarded up banks. The Enquirer. That's the Philadelphia Inquirer declared that Wallace's killing was part of a quote 190 years of brutality. Against black people in Philadelphia. There's your media for you folks. President described the media as an enemy.

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Second night of clashes in Philadelphia after police kill Black man

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:07 min | 5 months ago

Second night of clashes in Philadelphia after police kill Black man

"A second night of unrest in Philadelphia began Tuesday over the police shooting death of a Black Man Walter Wallace junior twenty, seven years old a thousand looters have reported targeting businesses. Police said in the city looters ransacked a footlocker rite aid and other retail stores. At least one vehicle was set on fire. The Philadelphia Police Department warn people to avoid an area where at least at thousand Luder were ransacking businesses in the port. Richmond area videos posted to social media show people leaving a Walmart with clothes, electronics, and other. Items Around Ninety one people were arrested Monday thirty officers were injured amid violent clashes. The unrest comes after the police shooting death of Wallace. On Monday, Wallace was armed with a knife was shot by two officers during a confrontation authorities said Wallace ignored repeated warnings to drop the weapon. Before he was shot, the officers had responded to his home twice before earlier in the day a third called, a first responders was meant for an ambulance to help the twenty-seven-year-old deal with a mental health crisis according to the family. Attorney.

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"port richmond" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"port richmond" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Joy D. dot com it's Joe indeed dot com seven oh five W. M. A. L. traffic and weather here again Lisa basin in the hit the carpet cleaning traffic center Virginia inner loop is in a terrible backup beginning at a spring feel to an accident at gallows rolled this accident is on the left side of the beltway but delays will continue because you cannot access from north bound for ninety five to exit forty nine eight or be the go in either direction is sixty six that is because of an overturned tractor trailer in Merrifield it is on the ramp from eastbound sixty six on to the interlopers so that C. span sixty six exit sixty four B. Tyson's corner Baltimore your exit ramp is closed up you can only access from these found sixty six and go on to the outer loop the side that says port Richmond in Maryland nothing quite as complex I'm happy to say ninety five in and out of Baltimore that's been decent to seventy he went to the gym you heard about an earlier issue south of Montrose road it is long gone it's an eighteen minute right now from shady Grove road to the beltway now from garage door repair dot com WMAL stormwatch seven forecasts the jacket will be required all day to day and by noon today some of you may even have a straight shower portal sprinkle moving through the area fifty five to fifty seven degrees some fog overnight followed by more clouds and sprinkles tomorrow on ABC seven meteorologist Ron Johnson and this for my seven weather center right now it is forty nine in Stafford forty three in only forty eight at Reagan national traffic and weather brought to you by jiffy lube I'm John Matthews on one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall WMAL good morning good morning seven seven.

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"port richmond" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"port richmond" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Trump however is insisting that the Russian investigation was a ridiculous hoax and a witch hunt talking with reporters at the White House today trump dismissed Mahler's testimony saying there was no defense of what Robert Muller was trying to defend prosecutors are celebrating a victory after a business associate of former national security adviser Michael Flynn was found guilty of secretly lobbying for Turkey a jury in Virginia convicted be Han Keyon who was charged last year with conspiracy to violate lobbying laws and failure to register as a foreign agent he faces up to fifteen years in prison Boris Johnson is the new prime minister of the United Kingdom Johnson promised the people that the UK will exit from the European Union in ninety nine days outgoing prime minister Theresa may and Johnson formally visited Queen Elizabeth to pass the torch you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio Joe Biden says former president Obama would not have selected him as his running mate if it weren't for his strong civil rights record at the end double A. C. P.'s presidential forum in Detroit the former vice president told attendees he doubts Obama would have chosen him had he been wrong on civil rights issues Biden's rivals specifically senators Kamilla harassing Cory Booker have called his record and rhetoric on race into question some bad Los Angeles county deputies may be patrolling streets chasing kepadanya has details a newly released report from the office of inspector general says the L. A. S. D. has initiated fewer disciplinary investigations sense share of ours we in a wave a took office in the report one deputy is said to have choked his wife to the point of unconsciousness and another deputy inappropriately touched two girls who were part of the department youth activities league the O. I. G.'s says being a waiver has refused to help out with the investigation to bicyclists are dead another is critically injured in three separate incidents in New York City in just thirteen hours Saralee Kessler reports a seventeen year old boy was killed two stay when his bike collided with the tow truck in port Richmond Staten Island four hours later a fifty eight year old man was killed by a box truck in Greenpoint Brooklyn now another cyclist is fighting for his life after being hit by a car at one AM today in Woodhaven queens this is ridiculous seventeen bike writers have been killed this year compared to ten in all of twenty eighteen Saralee Kessler NBC news radio New York apple's iPhone six is becoming obsolete in September apple will release the iOS thirteen operating system upgrade the free software will work only with phones going back to the iPhone six S. so continuing with the iPhone six after September could leave you vulnerable to security breaches and possibly a phone that is inoperable Brian shook NBC news radio you.

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"port richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. There's late news and just past few minutes that speaker Nancy Pelosi as vice president to deliver his state of the union address on February fifth. It was supposed to be tomorrow night. But it was pushed back by the just ended shutdown. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders this past hour saying the White House doesn't want another shutdown. And she says this to federal workers were afraid it could soon happen. Again, advice would be to call your democrat members of congress and access act stem to fix the problem. So that we don't have to continue having this process. And so that we actually secure the border and protect American citizens. Dan this afternoon. Just prior to those remarks from Sanders. The Trump administration announcing sanctions against Venezuela with the ongoing crisis. There here's ABC's Andy Field Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announcing limits on buying oil and other products from Venezuela as the crisis grows in that country national security adviser, John Bolton saying the illegitimate government of president Maduro has helped disintegrate civil society and created anywhere from three to four million refugees. The Trump administration saying any oil sold from Venezuela will be put into blocked accounts, and they admit it may affect fuel prices in the US a four people hurt this afternoon when a car careened into a nail salon and Westbury Long Island the car smashed into a salon on post avenue after being hit by another car. The injuries are reported to be minor two men, including the victims landlord have been charged in the presumed death. A forty year old Michael steward of Staten Island. Stewart's family was in court when Thirty-three-year-old Angelo me and William for meek Stewart's landlord pled not guilty. We want is Justice. Justice for my authorities alleging to see seamy fatally stabbed Stewart in his apartment, and for Mika help to clean up the crime scene going to great lengths to change the refrigerator the flooring and even the apartments molding, Stewart, the father of two was last seen on December. Twentieth and port Richmond. And investigators are searching for his body at a dump in Pennsylvania. I'm Lisa G for seven ten W O R woman today was rescued from stuck elevator on east sixty fifth street after being trapped in there for the last three days. They were in the elevator said Friday even the firefighters on their way to the rescue. Couldn't believe it. Firefighters found a Fifty-three-year-old household employees in the private elevator that became stuck Friday. When no one else was home in a luxury townhouse they freed her after forcing the door and took her to the hospital where she is now stable the owner, Arkansas based investment banker Warren Stevens did not respond to a call for comment buildings..

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"port richmond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Answer. Thirty nine degrees at seven thirty nine to low with local news. I here's what's going on the NYPD trying to track down a Staten Island. Father who's gone missing. Police have traveled to reading Pennsylvania to search a landfill. Authorities say forty year old Michael Stuart of port Richmond last seen on December twenty first Stuart presumed dead. Police have considered a couple he knew as persons of interest is body has not yet been found. No arrests have been made on pair of Long Island. Congressman are teaming up to try and restore tax deduction cap during federal tax reform democrat Thomas Wasi and a Republican Peter King appeared together yesterday Swazi excuse me prayed together yesterday in Farmingdale to discuss the introduction of bipartisan legislation that would retroactively restore the full state and local tax or salt deduction. The king Swazi Bill would repeal the ten thousand dollar cap on salt deductions, which both representatives describe as directly unfair to local residents rep say that Long Island is already sending back forty eight billion dollars more in federal income tax them, what's returned reportedly more than any other. State in sports. The Knicks now of thirty losses after a one eleven one on one setback at Portland the next committed twenty three turnovers in a one sixteen to ninety five lost to the Celtics in Boston. College hoops, St. Johns cracks to this week's top twenty five coaches, Paul Redstone unranked last week. They check in at number twenty three this week. They're fourteen in one after recent wins over Marquette, and Georgetown, and Saint John's visits Villanova tonight. We'll have a game for you on the answer. Pre game at six forty tip off is at seven o'clock. Clemson is the new king of college football after a forty four to sixteen win over defending champion, Alabama in the national championship game and sports brought to you by Modell's sporting goods stores. You gotta go to moz. Stuck in traffic.

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"port richmond" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"So I took it pretty far I played college baseball to major. Tryouts as I got. But I I didn't. Yeah. To make. Did you? I guess the big question is like even in the film with that characters. Did you like it? You know, you like, I think when your kid you like the things you're good at you know, or, you know, you think that there's a chance so you know, when I stopped being good at video games. I stopped liking them, you know, major league video game. Yeah. With baseball. I was I was I was good. And I played a pretty high level. Our high school port Richmond high school. We we went to the city championship played in Yankee Stadium. We were on a very very competitive field. And and and it was good position in high school was a hitter and catcher. And then I was converted into a pitcher in college. Never touched about again. Really? Yeah. He had a good arm had had a pretty good arm control. Was the one thing, you know, became a closer in college and little Radic a little Radic, you know, a couple of guys going out. Exactly. And then I got the sidewalk three and then strike. And so I am making films and that not in the major leagues now. But but it was a long journey like take to get the films as I remember from our first conversation, and what your brother wasn't playing ball. Well, he played ball intil college. And then and then, you know, studies took over, and then he went to school, you know, in college he went to Dartmouth and went to and then started learning Shakespeare, and then he yeah. So he went he acted for for all of Dartmouth went to NYU Emmett did the enacting and then went back to and did the in film. So he was used grinding. No, he did before me the form. So how's the old man? So I, you know, like, you know, how bad was in terms of like, okay? She did two hundred swings. You know, if you fucked up in in the little league game. But. Did he did where on your? I mean was it like it wasn't aggressive. It was just you just felt bad. You felt like you had to be. I mean, my dad was in intent he was an intense guy that were moments where you know. I'm sure my brother, and I were both brought to tears and gain. Yep. It was it was life to him to for him. Baseball was how it was life. I mean, I think he literally like I say this, truthfully. I think if he was gangqi fan he'd still be alive because they one more, you know, but growing up medicine and the heartache no, but it's just so tough, and you would see him. That's what killed him helped it definitely helped. And I love them. You know, we're still fans today. And you know, but but it definitely didn't help his longevity. You know, really? I don't smoke. He didn't smoke wasn't a drinker. Really? It was the met. It was the Mets that they Mets killed you. We still love them, though, we still root for them. You got to watch all the games you still like locked in. Well, there was a point after after those major league tryouts where I didn't make it. I just kinda shut down. I didn't I don't even think I watched baseball for about five years. And then when I became a dad four years ago, I started picking up the game. Again, I had lost my father recent radio then and realized like the relationship I have with my dad was this game this game. And how to communicate to my to my kid. Of course, the first thing I'm doing is looking for a baseball is no idea. I don't think my kid has any ability yet four. But somehow I'm waiting for put the ball in front of him..

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"port richmond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's time for our conversation on race and culture, it's called rebel. Here's WNYC's cultural critic, Rebecca, Carol. As police violence against people of color continues to be in the news still makers have used their medium to both amplifying contextualized the issue from Ryan Koukoulas fruitvale station to Dhabi Dixon, Rafael to Saul's. Recent blind spotting movies have explored and brought home the topic to a wider audience Rinaldo, Marcus greens. First feature length film is called monsters and men and it uses the twenty fourteen killing Eric garner. As a catalyst to create a nuanced fictional narrative about police violence in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford Stuyvesant green joins us now. Good morning. Good morning. Thanks for having. I should say right off the bat. That is a black mother of a black son who live in bed stuy. This can be a really tough film to watch. How was it for you to make as a black, man? Yeah. I mean, I think it you know, it was my first feature. There's a lot of things that were difficult about it and tried to make some truthful about my upbringing growing up in Staten Island, Staten Island where Eric garner was killed. So how intensely? Did that hit home when it happened for you and how much distance did you need to make the film? They definitely hit home as as many of the videos do but that one because I delivered pizza in that neighborhood. It was like, whoa. That's my backyard. I went to port Richmond high school and that was in Curtis. We used to play them in football. It was just it was just an area I knew so well and and d'elia had frequent in. It's a very real in that sense. But I've been off the island since high school, you know, had really been back to Staten Island very much. So when it happens to everybody saw that tape, but all my friends are there. You know, my friends don't the ones that have gotten off the island so to speak. So yeah, it was just you know, we talk about it attacks. Like, did you see what happened, blah, blah? When it went happening around the world, and there was plenty of distance between the actual vent and many killings after that. Before I made the film, but I had made a short film in two thousand fifteen called stop. And in my short film that I made for five hundred bucks. I cast the New York City police officer, he was a friend of mine we grew up together and so fast forward, we get into Sundance with this short film that we made and he came he was staying at my lodge in Sundance. We're celebrating the short film, and we started talking about the garner case, and what started out as a conversation between two friends sort of ended in a pretty heated debate. And was his stance. The stance that the black police officer in the film who who's played by John David Washington, his stances that it was a pretty straightforward resist of arrest. It was a little bit more complicated than that. I mean, say Ray, this is, you know, it's unfortunate. It's unfortunate. What happened? But he was resisting arrest, you know, and and you know, so quo just because he's resisting does that does that mean it should be. So just you know, just started off that way. You it's unfortunate. And then one thing led to the other. He started talking about everything else that wasn't on the tape. What it's like being a police officer wearing the vests. All right. You don't understand the ten minutes before the police officer had a relationship with him? And all these things, you know. I was like, well, I see the tape. What do I need to see anything else? It doesn't matter. Whether you had a gun inside the deli came out, he should still be alive. You know to process says that he should still be alive. And so we just kind of got into this philosophical debate, which just ended up with my my police officer friend, basically in tears, it was really really powerful thing. So we see it through three different lenses. We see it through the the African American police officer the bystander who captured on film, and then also high school students in showing these different perspectives. How do you think that this will change the frame around police violence when I had that conversation with my friend? I could have easily just shut down and not engage with it. That's the way he thinks about it. And that's just that's the way it is, you know, and sort of minimize him on my feet and pretend. That his view doesn't exist. But I just thought well, I don't know if that necessarily gets us any further than the conversation, we had, you know, how do we re engage with this. And I thought by hearing him by me here in Kim that maybe there's some sort of way forward. He was trying to understand me. That was the whole point of that conversation was up at the end. It's not like we weren't friends anymore. We couldn't speak. We're having just an adult conversation. And I thought by hearing sort of this thing that I didn't want to hear wasn't something that I was like it made me feel comfortable it made me feel uncomfortable. I'm sure it's gonna make a lot of other people feel uncomfortable. But I think that's important. Sometimes we have to get to that place of discomfort to kind of move past it, you know, you have to kind of get through paying Tahil. You know, he's like after the rain comes the sun that was sort of the approach that I was taking maybe we just have to have these sort of weird. Difficult conversations. To move forward. I've been talking with Rinaldo Marcus screen for more rebel.

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"port richmond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's time for our conversation on race and culture, it's called rebel. Here's WNYC's cultural critic, Rebecca, Carol. As police violence against people of color continues to be in the news still makers have used their medium to both amplifying contextualized the issue from Ryan Koukoulas fruitvale station to Dhabi digs and Rafael to Saul's. Recent blindsiding movies have explored and brought home the topic to a wider audience Rinaldo, Marcus screens. First feature length film is called monsters and men and it uses the twenty fourteen killing Eric garner. As a catalyst to create a nuanced fictional narrative about police violence in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford Stuyvesant green joins us now. Good morning. Good morning. Thanks for having. I should say right off the bat. That is a black mother of a black son who live in bed stuy. This can be a really tough film to watch. How was it for you to make as a black, man? Yeah. I mean, I think it you know, it was my first feature. There was a lot of things that were difficult about it. And I tried to make some those truthful about my upbringing growing up in Staten Island, Staten Island where Eric garner was killed. So how intense? Really did that hit home when it happened for you and how much distance did you need to make the film? Definitely hit home as as many of the videos do but that one because I delivered pizza in that neighborhood. It was like, wow, that's my backyard. I went to port Richmond high school and that was in Curtis. We used to play them in football. It was just it was just an area I knew so well, and and, you know, had frequent in it's a very real in that sense. But I've been off the island since high school, you know, had really been back to Staten Island very much. So when it happens to everybody saw that tape, but all my friends are there. You know? My friends are still found the ones that have gotten off the island so to speak. So yeah, it was just, you know, talk about it attacks. Like, did you see what happened Pablo when when a happening around the world, and there was plenty of distance between the actual event and many killings after that before I made the film, but I had made a short film in two thousand and fifteen called stop, and my short film that I made for five hundred bucks. I cast the New York City police officer, he was a friend of mine, we grew up together and so fast forward, we get into Sundance with this short film that we. Made and he came he was staying at my lodge in Sundance. We are celebrating the short film, and we started talking about the Eric garner case, and what started out as conversation between two friends sort ended in pretty heated debate. And was his stance. The stance that the black police officer in the film who played by John David Washington. His stance that it was a pretty straightforward resist of arrest. It was a little bit more complicated than that. I mean, you know, she was saying, you know, Ray this is, you know, it's unfortunate. It's unfortunate. What happened? But he was resisting arrest, he know. And and you know, so quo just because he's resisting does that does that mean should be? So just just started off that way. You know, it's unfortunate. And then one thing led to the other started talking about everything else that wasn't on the tape. What it's like being a police officer wearing the vests. All right. You don't understand the ten minutes before the police officer had a relationship with him and all these things, and it's like, well, I see the tape. What do I need to see anything else? It doesn't matter. Whether you had a gun inside, the if you came out he should still be alive. You know to process says that he should still be alive. And so we just kind of got into this philosophical debate, which, you know, just ended up with my my police officer friend, basically in tears, it was really really powerful thing. So we see it through three different lenses. We see it through the the African American police officer the bystander who captured on film, and then also a high school student in showing these different perspectives. How do you think that this will change the frame around police violence, you know, when I had that conversation with my friend. I could have easily just shut down and not engage with that's the way he thinks about it. And that's just that's the way it is, you know, and sort of minimize them on my feet and pretend. His view doesn't exist. Sort this thing that I didn't want to hear wasn't something that I was like it made me feel comfortable. It made me feel uncomfortable. I'm sure it's gonna make a lot of other people feel uncomfortable. But I think that's important. Sometimes we have to get to that place of discomfort to kind of move past it, you know, you have to kind of get through pain Tahil. You know, he's like after the rain comes the sun. And that was sort of the approach that I was taking is that. Yeah. Maybe we have to have these sort of weird. Difficult conversations. To move forward..

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"port richmond" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So he just hustled right into city hall he wanted no party courtesy after his bodyguards notice you he clearly noticed you to right at that moment i really think he was just so preoccupied with everything else going on in this he looked like deputy doodo wait how can you miss this bright red it's not but it's not like you know it's not like there's everybody walking around with red berets and read forming a pinch from the shy seeing that pincer movement seamy but the cop is sure did and boy did they move in on me oh my goodness i was pounding him verbally as he entered into his air conditioned offices outta sight outta mind and then naturally i had my shit down with a councilman bob holden who paved the way for destroying the corrupt joe crowley machine but as i was sitting there i noticed i was getting updates from the bronx right oh and this is such a horrible story curtis and you know what you know what this is is to you and i in the last few days we've been talking a lot about what's been happening in these cases the case of junior who has michetti of course the one who was studying to be a police officer and now you hear this case this case is so unseemly curtis because first of all what happens to the guy is horrible but the aftermath i think is just as bad and speaks at just how nasty things have come and how almost insensitive people have become we are america's safest big city fee attributed him i did i triggered down right so baby we're going to have to partition this this a trinity at trifecta a troika of crime she ended if taken place i let's go back to the epicenter of all the crimes that are just growing leaps him bound in the bronx and that was the stabbing tests chatty stabbing death of the fifteen year old boy named junior yup tragic we now see a series of pictures showing that when he was stumbling his way to shame barnabus hospital which is not far from one hundred and eighty third in bathgate the deli where he was dragged out of and then stabbed repeatedly ran back inside the bodega worker storm backout toll may get outta here and again fake id the i mean this was not even the guy who did anything these guys not that anybody who deserves it but he was far he was not even he was falsely targeted and here's this poor guy incredible life cut short and as you said it goes into the bodega bay begging for help and there's also now an investigation with the nypd to curtis i mean that there's a lot of questions again we remember the eric garner case and obviously i've been reminded of it every day i returned to bay st victory boulevard a crackdown on that open cesspool of heroin dealing the worst in the shitty in tompkins ville parking the no shore staten island it's exactly where gonna in his confrontation with the police died while he was selling loose single cigarettes you remember when he was saying you know i can't breathe i can't breathe cops was standing around waiting for the mt store arrive from port richmond hospital and the mtv's didn't necessarily react to quickly and that's what caused all those investigations all those internal investigations of the cops and i think rightly so because circuit when circumstances happen you have to react you cannot let these people you know knock it quick attendance quick reaction the bodega guy basically saying it's not my problem it is so tragic curtis may be show tragedy but the mayor is not only are america's safest big yeah you keep thinking that anyway so we see a picture of what looks like a female and a male cop and standing over the body of junior who's bleeding out and there are a number of residents who are trying to stem the flow of the blood especially from his neck area with tissue papers you know anything they could get to hand john and you're going to have the cops and wondering how come you're not assisting exactly these guys get training i mean you and i know that they get training for you know they're not necessarily medics per se but they get training certainly.

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"port richmond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Leagues pretty much means your the best pizza in the world people come from italy come from all over the world to staten island to study how pizzas supposed to taste and so the owner of dino's mike burke great guy he and his family they owned a nino's and now everyone knows how good to nina's now they've expanded they have these locations at the jersey shore in brick they have this location in aberdeen then this other location in manhattan on macdougal street in greenwich village that i've tried which is just terrific it's a thin crust pizza if you like a good thin crust pizza you're gonna love deneen house and the recipe is the same today as it was six seconds ago and it trust me i know you're not gonna believe me so you should try it for yourself the deniro's in manhattan tastes exactly the same as the dino's and sent out by the way the fake kevin mccullough who has all those fake twitter followers alluded to before when he goes to staten island to visit pastor dave watson's church as sort of a celebrity guest preacher the first place he goes is to dino's in port richmond and pastor dave watson goes there so what do all of us know people that live in staten island people that visits that nyland we all know that the ninos says the best pizza around whether you like the garbage pile you like the classic cheese pie but he liked the meatballs fresh onion zero got my favorite is by far the clam pie because i'm seafood fanatic if you like seafood too you're gonna love this congealed and they have the spicy buffalo gallimard which is out of this world and they serve it at both both style and location and the greenwich village location i haven't been to jersey shore location yet but i'm looking forward to train joe piscopo has been there he says it's terrific i guarantee you're not going to be disappointed it's been a landmark in staten island since nineteen thirty seven and they've also been been.

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"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The driver had a green light and he did remain at the scene to speak the police no passengers aboard the b x forty one select bus service were injured james flippin for seven ten w o r one man is dead and another injured after a three thousand pound glass panel fell on him at a manhattan construction site on saturday f d n deputy chief tom correo describes the scene and we'll be right here on his colleagues were in the midst of of of getting him out is a very very large almost like ten by twenty very very large blast panel that had fallen police say the sixty seven year old security guard was working at the central park tower on west fifty seventh street when the glass fell on him as it was being moved a fifteen hundred and fifty foot tower is under construction at the site it would be the second tallest building in the us after one world trade center construction has halted pending an investigation new york city police are looking for a trio of suspects who are accused of attacking a father and son on staten island it was back on april twenty first the forty year old father and his seventeen year old son were walking in the port richmond section near some incident place and casselton avenue suddenly the three suspects walked up behind the father and son and began their assault the one using a rock to bash the father and take his wallet another repeatedly punching the teen in the face at some point the attackers also made off with an additional ten dollars the victims were treated at richmond university medical center james flippin for seven ten w are in brooklyn three people were injured the result of a car crash that began when rowdy revellers stepped off a party boat and started a brawl it eventually led to gunfire authorities say the boat docked at the brooklyn army terminal near fifty eighth street around eleven o'clock when someone fired off a shot a few minutes later cops gave chase to a reckless driver who sped away from the scene before plowing into a car carrying several passengers near east eighth street officers fired shots near the disorderly driver who was treated for an injured finger i'm terry mccreevy for seven ten w o r just in time for memorial day weekend an.

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"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The driver had a green light and he did remain at the scene speak the police no passengers aboard the b x forty one select bus service were injured james flippin for seven ten w o r one man is dead and another injured after a three thousand pound glass panel fell on him at a manhattan construction site on saturday f d n y deputy chief tom correo describes the scene and we'll be right here on his construction colleagues were in the midst of of of getting him out it was a very very large say almost like ten by twenty very very large plastic panel that had fallen police say the sixty seven year old security guard was working at the central park tower on west fifty seventh street when the glass fell on him as it was being moved a fifteen hundred and fifty foot tower is under construction at the site it would be the second tallest building in the us after one world trade center construction has halted pending an investigation new york city police are looking for a trio of suspects who are accused of attacking a father and son on staten island it was back on april twenty first the forty year old father and his seventeen year old son were walking in the port richmond section near some incident place and casselton avenue suddenly the three suspects walked up behind the father and son and began their assault the one using a rock to bash the father and take his wallet another repeatedly punching the teen in the face at some point the attackers also made off with an additional ten dollars the victims were treated at richmond university medical center james flippin for seven ten w o r in brooklyn three people were injured the result of a car crash that began when rowdy revellers stepped off a party boat and started a brawl it eventually led to gunfire authorities say the boat docked at the brooklyn army terminal near fifty eighth street around eleven o'clock when someone fired office shot a few minutes later cops gave chase to a reckless driver who sped away from the scene before plowing into a car carrying several passengers near east eighth street officers fired shots near the.

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"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Midst of of getting him out it was a very very large say almost like ten by twenty very very large glass panel that had fallen police say the sixty seven year old security guard was working at the central park tower on west fifty seventh street when the glass fell on him as it was being moved a fifteen hundred fifty foot tower is under construction at the site it would be the second tallest building in the us after one world trade center construction has halted pending an investigation new york city police are looking for a trio of suspects who are accused of attacking a father and son on staten island it was back on april twenty first the forty year old father in his seventeen year old son were walking in the port richmond section near some incident place and casselton avenue suddenly the three suspects walked up behind the father and son and began their assault the one using a rock to bash the father and take his wallet another repeatedly punching the teen in the face at some point the attackers also made off with an additional ten dollars the victims were treated at richmond university medical center james flippin for seven ten w o r in brooklyn three people were injured the result of a car crash that began when rowdy revellers stepped off a party boat and started a brawl it eventually led to gunfire authorities say the boat docked at the brooklyn army terminal near fifty eighth street around eleven o'clock when someone fired off a shot a few minutes later cops gave chase to a reckless driver who sped away from the scene before plowing into a car carrying several passengers near east eighth street officers fired shots near the disorderly.

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"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The driver had a green light and he did remain at the scene to speak the police no passengers aboard the b x forty one select bus service were injured james flippin in for seven ten w o r one man is dead and another injured after a three thousand pound glass panel fell on him at a manhattan construction site on saturday f d n y deputy chief tom correo describes the scene and we'll be right here on his construction colleagues were in the midst of getting him doubt it was a very very large say almost like a ten by twenty thirty very large blast panel that had fallen police say the sixty seven year old security guard was working at the central park tower on west fifty seventh street when the glass fell on him as it was being moved a fifteen hundred and fifty foot tower is under construction at the site it would be the second tallest building in the us after one world trade center construction has halted pending an investigation new york city police are looking for a trio of suspects who are accused of attacking a father and son on staten island it was back on april twenty first the forty year old father and his seventeen year old son were walking in the port richmond section near some incident place and casselton avenue suddenly the three suspects walked up behind the father and son and began their assault the one using a rock to bash the father and take his wallet another repeatedly punching the teen in the face at some point the attackers also made off with an additional ten dollars the victims were treated at richmond university medical center james flippin for seven ten w o r in brooklyn three people were injured the result of a car crash that began when rowdy revellers stepped off a party boat and started a brawl it eventually led to gunfire authorities say the boat docked at the brooklyn army terminal near fifty eighth street around eleven o'clock when someone fired office shot a few minutes later cops gave chase to a reckless driver who sped away from the scene before plowing into a car carrying several passengers near east eighth street officers fired shots near the.

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"port richmond" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

93.3 WMMR

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

"Of the barkley unit until the investigation is complete philadelphia police have made an arrest in the stabbing of a port richmond man 21yearold patricia dioxin is charged with murder and possession of an instrument of crime after police said the that she stabbed her grandfather eighty yearold robert gerard more than forty times low investigators say the dax in net confessed to the crime saying that she did it because her grandfather was mean to her she lived in the home with her grandfather on the 2500 block of easily import rich men police said she initially told them that she came home and found her grandfather naked in a pool of blood in the kid on the kitchen floor last wednesday at nine o'clock police found no sign of forced entry and said nothing had been removed from the home the united states officially sentenced hermin x four on monday four spraying a toxic pesticide that nearly killed a family in delaware this is crazy is the exterminator was also fined ten million dollars after the us government says it illegally use methyl bromide eighth at thirteen residents in one resort in the us virgin islands that includes the condominium resort complex in st john where a family of four from delaware got seriously ill in two thousand fifteen after the unit below them was fumigated doc theresa divine her husband steven as mind and their two teenage boys were poisoned a by this it was has been banned from indoor use for years officials say the chemical left the father and his two teenage sons either paralysed or partially paralyzed epa calls the actions of terminates illegal and the consequences unacceptable i remember when the story broke out here's ago magenerial affair with abbott liaises as part of the plea recommendation terminates will pay ten million dollars in criminal fines community service and restitution payments the extermination company has since agreed stop using a pesticide in the united states and its territories some of that money will go to the epa to continue cleanup of the toxic lifethreatening chemical yes of these island territories sears of loves it don't pay attention to safety regulations little rhode island for you on the mainland you're you're right of that in a positive news the.

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"port richmond" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"port richmond" Discussed on WCTC

"At jerry joe mango nail anzi now he of says darts laughing uncontrollably when he walks around the atsc campus said sees people wearing warned out jeans it is sir reg eyes said power over three the rich eisen show on the air were live pittsburgh pa where the 72 steelers the to win to keep up with the patriots best we can tell as the patriots are in mexico ghana raiders deem this week that needs the went desperately themselves gotta stay game in front of the kansas city chiefs even though the steelers have their number big game tonight for the titans who were hoping to come in here like the jaguars did from the same division and hit the steelers in about repeatedly until they just take care of business right here in front of a shock home audience that's exactly what happened here last time an afc south team came into jaguars are just like the titans it's six and three the titans just like the jaguars come in with a stop running game however they covered with a defense coordinated by old man winter dick lebow has billy gardello is on an hour number two pointed out the very rare instance of a revengeminded eighty yearold man are all eight year old man vengeful at this point i i don't want to say that i make my dad's eighty and i don't think he wants to take revenge on anybody okay i don't think he didn't have like a fellow teacher back that olivetti really just really a yeah we're all very really wants to stick it to that yeah i asked them as you chassin yeah guides heat that smart acid taught math ad hoc richman icecool really wants to go back to port richmond and show him now now i i hope so go i i i can't wait to see this game tonight man it's going to be a good one on nbc and also on nfl network amazon prime uh once again we are in dire and copes broadcast booth or.

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