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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"It's 12 o'clock in this ascetic A goes first news it new and I'm Cliff Albert that it looks like the $600 will be what it will be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell again today, saying he's against increasing stimulus checks to Americans. Who he says don't need the money on the floor of the Senate this morning, McConnell criticized Democrats and said relief should be sent to Americans who were financially impacted by the Corona virus pandemic. Borrowing from our grandkids to do socialism for rich people is a terrible way to get help to families who actually need it. Washington Democrats took President Trump suggestion as skewered it so the Czechs would benefit even more. Even more hunting household. The House and Senate both approved the $900 billion plan that gives Americans $600. But President Trump wants the payments to be increased to $2000. The $600 payments through the cove it bill. Those checks started going out last night, and a man in Vista can't wait to give his away to struggling Sat Diegans as a human being. I feel that it's my job to People around me. That's got green, who works in construction here on Saturday, go and kept his job during the pandemic. His 17 year old daughter is also getting a check. And he tells reporting partner 10 news about her reaction to his idea of sharing the stimulus checks. I split up, she smiled. And she said, Okay. Which is which was very surprising to me a teenager. I felt great, very proud. Dad says he's still trying to figure out who he wants to give the money to, and he even challenged his neighbors on the next door. Apt to give back if they're not facing a hardship to the pandemic and give their money away as well. Ah, Los Angeles County Supervisor wants a San Diego based Navy hospital ship to come to their aid because of the rising cove. It cases and overcrowded hospitals in L. A supervisor Janice Hahn says she's requested the Governor Newsome work to get the U. S. Navy. Mercy Hospital ship along with Army National Guard medical personnel into the L. A area. In her letter to Newsome, the L A County supervisors says today that public health leaders believe that the worst is yet to come. Another surgeon cases is predicted following the Christmas and New Year's holidays. An executive order issued Wednesday by Sad Diego's new mayor. Tie Glory is going to effect today with a get tough approach. As we head into the New year, the mayor signing an executive order in an effort to enforce covert 19 guidelines. He's asking you to stay home. New Year's I'm announcing that we will be taking meaningful action to stop further needless deaths in our city and region as mayor, I cannot sit idly by as our local hospitals and morgues threatened to overflow have ordered the San Diego Police Department and asked the city attorney to pursue finds and potentially other enforcement actions. Gloria also reminding you the state's.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Freezing. 31 degrees. Carlsbad, 45 Downtown. Partly cloudy and 44 cocoa News time is 4 59. The new, more contagious strain of paranoia is first seen in the UK has been found in a 30 year old San Diego mad with no travel history. The San Diego man with the UK strain of the virus. Is so far only the second confirmed case in the country after one was discovered yesterday in Colorado. Now the strain was initially found in the UK and forced to strict lockdown in that country. Meantime, county officials at the briefing have a message for everyone in San Diego County. They comes from Supervisor Greg Cox going out to party on New Year's Eve during the global pandemic. Is putting your life at risk and the lives of your friends and families. At risk. Is it really worth it? Please stay home. The county reporting 2448 new covert 19 infections 37 more deaths, raising the totals to 152,512 cases and 1472 deaths. They're Todd Gloria with a get tough approach. As we head toward the New year, the mayor signing an executive order in an effort to enforce covert 19 guidelines. He's asking you to stay home. New Year's I'm announcing that we will be taking meaningful action to stop further needless deaths in our city and region as mayor, I cannot sit idly by as our local hospitals and morgues threatened to overflow, have ordered the San Diego Police Department and asked the city attorney to pursue finds and potentially other enforcement. Actions. Gloria also reminding you the state's 10 p.m. to 5 P.m. curfew, It's still in effect. This comes just ahead of New Year's Eve with the mayor set too. Strongly urge San Diegans from gathering as part of the holiday. Phil Farrar,.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Curfew for non essential businesses and private gathering starting Saturday and today, the county announcing new enforcement measures. You're feel. Gore, laying out his plans for the next few weeks of the pandemic during today's briefing with the county Sheriff's Department is gonna make a full time commitment of deputy sheriffs to work with the counties. Safe re opening and compliance test forced teams. Hopefully by adding this full time law enforcement presence, we will stress the importance of compliance with these public health orders. These teams will work throughout the county, all 18 cities and unincorporated and they will consist of 42 Man teams. Two men, deputy teams working with the difference compliance operations around the county. We've already reached out to our local counterparts and of got cooperation from Oceanside Police Department, Carl's Bed city of San Diego Police Department, Chula Vista in Coronado. That advice just want worse. Working with these teams in their jurisdictions that we should reach out and well, they will send officers to work with our deputies. I think is in the past. It's important note these teams will When they go out. They're going to try to get the voluntary compliance and educate the business owner. Whatever the entity is, we're dealing with. And when we don't get that we don't get that compliance when we can't mitigate the situation that we're dealing with. That's when deputy sheriffs are there to take enforcement action through site citations or writing case reports to go to the district attorney or in the city of San Diego, the the city attorney there I think it's important also know that we're not going door to door out there. There's enough complaints. He's Thies enforcement operation. Our complaint driven either with calls from citizens to 211. Or the law enforcement's non emergency numbers around the county. So again, it's just a matter of all of us pulling together getting through this very difficult time. We don't want to have to take enforcement action. We will, if we can't get that voluntary compliance with these very, very important public health orders. Bottom line is where those damn mass out there socially distance in the sooner we do that the sooner we're going to get through this crisis. Continue. Can Sheriff Bill Gore the announcements today from the county, Maura, Enforcement of the public health orders and the state with the 10 p.m. to 5 P.m. curfew against large gatherings and non essential businesses? There is Smith will join us coming up natural Elmore on these topics here today with state in the county have done And if you missed our interview With cynical Mayor Kevin Faulconer says he strongly considering a run for governor against Gavin Newsom in 2022 will bring that to you as well. So it's all coming up between 7 P.m. and 8 P.m. staring. Smith joins us that's coming up next to the top of the hour here. This is news radio 600 Kogo, Nancy Grace, breaking Crime news. Now Rosalie grown, discovers her boyfriend's cheating, So she shoots him and then calls relatives to quote. Come pick up my girls. I'm going to jail for the rest of my life. Well, that was accurate. Kim Ragsdale to me. Hands free food from a Georgia chick fil a telling employees. She's an FBI agent. The real cops plays the 47 year old under arrest for Impersonating a federal officer. That rack still goes on talking into a shirt like she's wearing a wire saying they're arresting me with this crime alert..

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Clear in 68 Kogo news time is 6 42, a member of the proud boys, which is ah, far right group is under arrest, facing nearly a dozen charges in Portland. Alan Swinney is accused of pointing a gun at counter protesters and firing a paintball gun and mace at them on two separate occasions. That's in August. Well, the Seagram's liquor, Harris will serve just under seven years behind bars for her role in upstate New York Sex slave cult Here's Tom regarding Claire Bronfman has been sentenced in federal court to 81 months in prison. This after the judge ripped into her conduct, slamming Bronfman for using her wealth and social status to silence the victims and critics of next of him for years. Next of them promoted itself as a self help group. But in reality was a sex cult, with leader Keith Rainier, forcing women to have sex with him. Having them branded with his initials. Prosecutors say he could not have run the colt without Bronfman's massive wealth. The Trump Administration has proposed further slashing the number of refugees the U. S accepts to a new record low in the coming year. In a notice to Congress Wednesday, the government said it intends to let in 15,000 refugees in 2021. That's 3000 fewer than the 18,000 the administration set for fiscal year 2020. The president's required by law to consult with Congress before making determinations, although ultimately it's up to him. The administration froze refugee admissions in March amid the Corona virus pandemic. No more than a month has gone by some have been arrested while protesting racial injustice have not gotten all their property back. The San Diego Police Department said that it has not returned cellphone seized from individuals arrested during August protests confirming a claim made last week by a group of civil rights attorneys, who called it a violation of the Fourth Amendment in due process Rights S DPD said they will be releasing cell phone soon, but will request a warrant from a judge if they seek further information on the phone. The county jail is accused of taking the phones without making it. Record of the seizure. STP denies that the San Diego also argues that police have held onto the phones for an unreasonable amount of time as they have had a month to investigate. Zachary Barnes KOGO news viral video featuring a seventies classic juice and skateboarding earns its star thousands. Nathan Apodaca of Idaho Falls, who goes by dogface to.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:19 min | 5 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Every measure. We want the debate easily Last night. I think it was very weak. He looked awake. He was whining. Uh, yeah, We want the debate by almost every pole that I saw you look at the Various pose. I looked at about 67. We want every one of them, So no, I don't mind debating them. I hear he wants to get out of the debates. I don't know that the vice presidential candidates debate a week from tonight, You will hear it Live on Cocoa Joe Biden today. Also on the campaign trail on a train tour through two states At a stop in Alliance, Ohio, Joe Biden called President Trump's debate performance and national embarrassment. I said he's looking forward to the next face off. I just hope there's a way which the debate commission can Control the ability of us to answer the question without interruption fight and made the comments As he continued. His train tore through Ohio and Pennsylvania. The commission on Presidential Debates released a statement signaling changes to the format are coming. Saying the debate made clear additional structure is needed. That's Rachel Sutherland Ah Compton man is under arrest in the ambush shooting of two sheriff's deputies in Compton on Saturday. The 12th 36 year old Deante Lee Murray was arrested during a Carjacking arrest L. A county sheriff Alex Vienna Wave A says the current political climate has contributed to more attacks on officers there. People have such deep seated hatred towards law, enforce that they're willing to You just kill unprovoked. The Sheriff's department says the gun used in the attack was a 40 caliber ghost gun. Murray faces life in prison if convicted, though more than a month has gone by some arrested while protesting racial injustice haven't gotten all their property back. The San Diego Police Department said that it has not returned cellphone seized from individuals arrested during August protests confirming a claim made last week by a group of civil rights attorneys. Who called it a violation of the Fourth Amendment in due process rights, STP said they will be releasing cell phone soon, but we'll request a warrant from a judge if they seek further information on the phone. The county jail is accused of taking the phones without making a record of the seizure. STP denies that the San Diego also argues that police have held onto the phones for an unreasonable amount of time as they have had a month to investigate. Zachary Barnes Kogo news A motorcycle rider who reached 181 miles an hour during a social media stunt has been arrested by the highway Patrol. 32 year old Scott Miner has been arrested for speeding, reckless driving, driving without a license innovating law enforcement CHP saying in addition to the social Media post, where he reached 181 miles an hour Was also involved in street racing Instance and had run from several law enforcement agencies across San Diego County on numerous occasions. Jack Runako news It is under investigation and pretty miraculous that nine Marines survived a mid air collision near the Salton Sea. The Marine Corps says an F 35 fighter jet clipped the wing of a cargo plane during mid air refueling Tuesday afternoon in Imperial County. The fighter pilot ejected safely and is being treated for injuries. The refueling tanker a KC 1 30, based at M. C S. Miramar. Made an emergency landing in a field south of Palm Springs. All eight Marines onboard ROK. The crash is now under investigation. Joshua Lipton, Coco knew what's.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:52 min | 7 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Hey, gave me the first name of Council member Weber, Shirley Webber's daughter. Hoo! Ah, basically is locking arms of black lives matter and saying Don't prosecute these quote, peaceful protesters. You burned down our city. Apparently, her first name is Killer. A que Ela Killa Akila. However, so there you go. That's your first name killer. Akila. I just call Dr Webber and I don't think she's a doctor. Is she a doctor? I don't know where she got her doctorate from dead. She was actually according to this source was one of the protestors. So she's one of the protestors sitting there saying, Yeah, this is great. You're burning down that branch grade. What about that 10? Yeah, that one too. So she's out there part of the Malay and the Miss contest and discontent that evening. Um, the misbehavior that went on. And of course, she doesn't want to see law enforcement going and investigate and get to the bottom of it. Um, law enforcement. We are very balanced here when something is done in law enforcement that we question or don't like We'll bring it to your attention. Fox News has a story that everybody in San Diego should be focused on. And that is San Diego Police Department. I can't cook can covertly unlock your iPhone. They just implemented a new spyware technology called Great Heat now. I don't have an iPhone. I have Ah! I guess an android. Um what were you doing on my phone? If you're not an iPhone, are you just an android is just everyone else. You're just everyone else. Okay, so well, It's just, you know. Say it's a non apple iPhone. But I'm sure that some point they're going to find out how to get in my phone to well, wouldn't they love to see that s O standing? A police department bought this technology gray key, and ah did not tell the City Council So Mayor Faulkner knows about this, but the City Council, our elected representatives or not brought in on the purchase did not know that this is a policy. The spyware technology allows people in law enforcement to unlock phones, iPhones without owner's knowledge, and it's been going on for two years in San Diego. Two years. NBC seven reports that Ah, two years ago, they bought the the the The software started using it did not notify the City Council. The Police Foundation actually put the money out for the controversial purchase. That's how they kept it off the books. See you when I see something like that. I know that bad pools being being played. Please Foundation, the place foundation. That's right, not for profit arm of the Saint said You're basically they're keeping their keeping another set of books. And so when you do something like that, when you're sneaky When it shows is that you know what you're doing is wrong. That's sort of like what they're doing up in San Francisco in giving homeless people in the hotel rooms, the free hotel rooms, taxpayer funded hotel rooms. Drugs and alcohol. You know, I tell you, it's not coming from taxpayers, but it's not coming from taxpayer dollars. Well, excuse me. Who's the bureaucrat? That's walking the six pack of beer up up to the Ah Ah, you know, the hotel room is the your room service. Who's Who's the bureaucrat? That's going out getting the marijuana for these people or the methadone. Okay, so don't sit here and tell me that. Oh, no taxpayer money is involved. It is. You're facilitating it. You're the drug dealer. Okay? You got a salary, right? Just because you're you're you're direct costs are covered elsewhere, please. And by the way, when you take a look at the grants grants from government taxpayer funds go to those foundation, So don't give me no nonsense that it's not taxpayer funded. But the idea Lou that they put this on the foundation's books. To me is a huge sign that they knew what they were doing was wrong. They didn't want anyone to find out about it. It cost $15,030. To purchase the first software in 2018. That's it. That's all it is. Is a software system. Yeah. Now my question is to crack, you know, to crack an apple. I mean, there was a major news story back when it was an issue. With the with the terrorists. And then Apple didn't want to give the code to open the phones for the FBI over 15 grand. Anybody could do it. It's a lot somehow it cracks the pass code for your phone. After the software breaks in which could take about two hours, Teo as much as three days all the information the phone can be accessed through the great key. And provided the law enforcement data includes password stored in the iCloud key chain so they can get into other software systems that you have So like, if you have a Facebook profile if you have a new outlook, email Do they have outlook for apple? Whatever. Whatever they they use Apple apple email, your photos, etcetera. All of that. Any software your bank information. Law enforcement can easily get those passwords and access all of those records. All those software systems all those apse because we're now in at base world. I look at this. I say this needs a full investigation. Um, I'm not against law enforcement. Having lawful access to conduct investigations, right? I support this notion of of subpoenas, but I want to know. Were they ever using the great key software toe tap into phones without a subpoena? I want to know that You bought the software using private funds so called private funds. So yeah, I'm or my years go up Mohr on that aspect of it that they seemed why this is if it's a legitimate use of law enforcement dollars. Why don't they use it in the budget the way they would buy anything else? Guns and ammo. Go buy technology that you need to crack open their phones that belonged to criminals under investigation. Do they have a warrant for each of these uses? I want to know that if they don't, then someone needs to go to jail. I'm serious about that. If someone has violated your fourth Amendment rights, I don't believe that it should just be a Oh well, We can't charge them now. No. You got caught. Alright being caught doing something wrong. And as a result, you can't use the fruit of the poison tree. You can't use that in court is not acceptable to me. You're not allowed to use software without the permission of the City Council, our elected representatives without public knowledge. Ah, and access people's private information. Apple has made a big point of saying they will never share information. With law enforcement. It. It doesn't seem logical to me buyable to me that Apple does doesn't know about this software system, and usually what they do is when they find out there's ah, weakness in their software. They write code does strengthen it so that the software spyware no longer works. So what is Apple doing looking the other way for the two years on this issue? Maybe the city of San Diego. The police ever bought themselves a Elaine piece of software have they're stuck with it. I don't know, but someone needs to ask Faulkner. To account for this, And you know this is what these issues that Democrats and Republicans should should be working together on in terms of just constitutional rights for all Americans. Right, coming up, Cove it and opening up schools in San Diego. Are we just getting teased? Or is this going to be really well Find out that's next first traffic and Laura Key from your always sunny San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic center eastbound date after Bucklin Springs Road, a crash in the center divide eastbound ain't from the five Tula Mesa will take you just 10 minutes..

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"san diego police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:34 min | 7 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Their police department's given a rabbit was at Fort Worth Police headquarters to announce his proposal that any city that defunds its police department would have its property tax revenue frozen at its current level, Abbott said. His proposal comes as Austin voted to defund its police department. When Crime is on the rise, the last thing that we should do Is to defund law enforcement. Abbott was flanked by Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick and House Speaker Dennis Bonnin, who condemned Austin's move. Law enforcement is not a toll of political agendas. And I would ask the city of Austin to quit using them is one Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio 10 80 Keira Leigh Amazon is announced plans to bring more than 600 new tech and corporate jobs. To its technology hub in Dallas. These are primarily technical jobs, so things like Solution architect software development engineer technical program manager your machine learning expert Amazon spokesperson are Dean Williams says the jobs have an average salary of $150,000 a year. Some Amazon employees may choose to relocate, Williams says many of the jobs will be going to new hires. In all, Amazon is adding more than 3500 new tech and corporate jobs across six U. S CITIES. Information about the jobs and howto apply can be found online at Amazon dot jobs now time for Koror traffic.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"In the Kogan instead of the governor going on Twitter today to say that California Senator Kamala Harris is the perfect choice, as he put it as Joe Biden's pick to be his vice presidential running mate, Newsome calling Senator Harris brilliant, compassionate, empathetic and honest. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will appear together in Delaware tomorrow, where he'll accept the presidential nomination next week. You're going to hear their comments tomorrow here on KOGO President Trump says He's surprised that Biden's picked set of their Harris for his running mate. When asked today about the choice. Trump talked about a moment of one of the debates when Harris was running is one of the presidential candidates. She was probably nastier than even Pocahontas. To Joe Biden. She was very disrespectful to Joe Biden. And it's hard to pick somebody. That's that disrespectful when She said things during the debates during the Democrat primary debates that were horrible about Sleepy Joe Senator Harris becomes the first black woman do ever be chosen as a vice presidential running mate. Ah University Heights, Jim that has defied public health orders, is now facing possible criminal charges. You're in the latest county covert briefing today, Supervisor Nathan Fletcher explained that the owner of Boulevard Fitness in University Heights has had a visit from police. They were served a closure notice they continue to remain open today, the San Diego Police Department went out there incited them for violation of the public health order. After the citation is issued, then we're either dependent upon the district attorney or in the cases of entities within the city of San Diego. San Diego City attorney at today's briefing, the county reported. Some good news would accompany to the status of the Corona virus situation in our county. The county reported the lowest number of single day cases since June 22nd on Ly 182 new cases reported today. There were eight more deaths reported today, bringing the total to 602. Now since the start of the pandemic. It was an emotional day today for a couple of dozen business owners in the city of La Mesa. The whole purpose of this was to raise funds for the business or affected their already struggling during covert 19 and then the rioting hit. That's Rick Wilson, the president and CEO of these kind of Chamber of commerce. The final relief Jack's from the LA Mesa Disaster Recovery Fund. We're given today We'll talk to Rick Wilson tonight at six on San Diego's Eby news. Let's check the freeways. Now with Laura came Ah, couple of trouble spots ahead from your always sunny San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Broker joining San Diego's Morning news at 7 41 tomorrow. What's he doing next? Yeah, I can't imagine Lou. How Ah, a small business owner would even begin to respond Other than Go, go, go. Screw yourself. Go, go, Pound stand, if if someone walked into my business establishment And pounded down on the counter. Ah, list of demands like black lives matter has demanded in Louisville, Kentucky. I don't know how to react to that. I mean, I probably laugh like you're joking, right? I'm still wondering how it's not somewhat criminal. I mean to to tell somebody that if you don't do these things were going to come after your business. We're going Try and shame your your record with the better Business Bureau. It's certainly harassment. It's harassment. It's morally wrong. ISAT illegal. Ah, you know, good luck getting a prosecutor to go after these guys. But how is this any different than the mob? Walking in ST My friend Vinnie tells me that you're gonna have Ah, restaurant here. Okay, fine. But you're gonna pay us 1.5% of the entire take on. You know, some people might end up with the kneecaps taken out. And I got this. I got a list of vendors that I need you to use on. And by the way, we don't like that Cook. We gotta cook that we want you to have because he needs Tio have a job. You know, for his parole s o. We're gonna stick him in the kitchen instead. Now, this is is exactly that. That's the stuff in movies. This is happening in re alive and nobody is shouting about. No, no one is the media doesn't is too inconvenient because we have to paint the picture that they're all peaceful Protest institution. It's the summer of love. No, they're they're bullies. They're they're harassers. There They are domestic terrorists. There's no their name Ford them. They need to own that They need to will be applied with that label. This is not about racism, My friends. Okay, everyone is against racism. Let's just put that on the table. The only side that says there are some people who are for racism are the people that want to use the allegation of racism for political power, power and enrichment. This is an example of enrichment. This is a group that wants the money. Oh, here's a list of trainers that you have to hire that we've provided. All of our board members. All of our activists at Black lives matter. You must hire us to provide training on sensitivity and race relations to your your your employees and your management. That is extortion. Now. If they they decided to curse while they were going back and forth about this. And they lived in San Diego and they lived in San Diego, they would be breaking 100 and two year old city law. Apparently, the San Diego Police Department is out there issuing tickets for something called seditious language. I love that seditious language and let me read the actual section of the municipal code. It's Municipal Code 56.30 seditious language that's prohibited. This isn't an on ordinance that was Adopted in April of 1918. Quote that it shall be and hereby is declared to be unlawful for any person within the said city of San Diego to utter or use within the hearing of one or more persons. Any seditious language words epithets to address another orto utter in the presence of another, any words language or expression or seditious remarks having a tendency to create a breach of the public peace. Oh, goodness. I think there are a lot of conversations all around San Diego that fit the the definition of quote breaching public peace means like no justice, no peace. That's a chant that I hear all the time in San Diego or when your wife, you know, shows you the credit card statement Or when your husband admits that he got another jet ski, you know? Yeah, definitely a breach of public peace. Khun Khun B can be heard Look Most of the time. These relics are never enforced because people realize oh, it's from a bygone error. No San Diego police has been saying that the folks that are out there atop protests are being targeted. For seditious language towards police officers and towards the overthrow of the federal government. Three tickets have been used. So says from this far back as 2013 for seditious language in San Diego Supreme Court is has rich issued. Some guidelines on this seditious language can only be enforced. Oh, and regulated if authorities comm prove that it's part of an eminent crime against the government on an eminent, so he I look, I think the San Diego Police Department needs to drop that. I may disagree with what you have to say. But if you want to be a potty mouth about it, so be it. We're all adults. If you wantto you show that your argument has less value when you decide I'm gonna throw an expletive in there because I'm gonna be cool. And somehow that means that I'm really, really right on my point. Now it just means that you're crude. Gus. I thought only Democratic presidential candidates were using bombs these days to get their point across and seem cool or something. Members in San Diego named Lorena Gonzalez all that's true. All right. That wraps it up for us. Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose.

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Ford employees ask the company to stop making police cars

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

05:47 min | 8 months ago

Ford employees ask the company to stop making police cars

"Motor Company is out with a Ah, process that they're going through about 100 employees have gone public with their request to the automaker to stop selling police vehicles because Police are brutal and they're racist. Ford executives are weighing the request and have not yet made an announcement. But there's a lot of pressure on social media for Ford to tell police departments they will no longer sell. The vehicles to them. So what is Toyota get vehicles them selling, you know, picking up the slack market share because right now serious, San Diego has Toyota four runners the SUVs. So I mean, thie employees air urging the cut that their boss the company do not make and sell. Ah police units. Ah, police cruisers to city so that Some other. There's still gonna be police cars. Why would you not want to get your fair share of that market place? If your employees of Ford apparently, these people don't want their jobs, I mean, I would put them on the top of the list of fire. All right, somebody safe and your name to the layoff list If we lose the contract, you know, with the Tuscaloosa, Alabama Police Department that you're the 1st 1 to relinquish your well, why don't you just quit forward then? I mean, why? Why? Why does four have to stop making the product? That's what they're in the business of doing is making automobiles. Yeah. Bia Social Justice warrior full time. You don't need to work out. Ford, you know, support is not consistent with your values. So be a social justice warrior. Put your money where your mouth is and quit your job, mate. This This is absurd. I've decided. I don't like it. Don't don't want to give Ah police Cruiser to Ah! Ah, car to the police. But does that mean that you also are going to use 901? I'd love to get the name of the 100 people and block their ability from their cell phone to dial 911 is apparently where they don't need no police and there's their community. They don't need cars. They don't need police. So no. 911 for you. I mean, this is where you start pointing out the Um, the bankruptcy of some of these folks in terms of what they're saying, their advocate and and the absolute absolute juvenile nature of these causes. I mean, this is child's play, right? I mean, this's not thoughtful. This isn't academic. This isn't deep. This isn't even You know, argumentative. I mean, this is this is just this is foolishness. This is this is child's play. The head of Ford has sent a letter to employees and it it reads in part, quote as we meet weekly in our global team huddles. Invariably there are questions that don't get answered, given the short time we have together. Or simply would be better addressed off line. On it goes on to talk about. Ah Ah, you know the fact that quote Bill Ford, and I believe deeply that there is no room for systemic repression and racism that have been exhibited by law enforcement encounters gone wrong. Um Your your product had nothing to do with it. Why are you taking ownership of part of the problem? You made the car. You didn't make the police officer or even the police officer's equipment or the rule book and I go back to having a CEO of a company. Come out with a statement like that. That that somehow they've made the judgment that racism was driving. Ah, ah, the inappropriate use of force. Again. I don't think we can say that. I think it's nice to say Well, if the cop is white, and the suspect was black, the victim was black. So therefore it must be racism. That's a pretty lousy assumption to be making. And to have a CEO of one of our largest companies come out and basically validate that and then go on in a what is a nine paragraph letter explaining how they're wrestling with this decision about literally saying we're not gonna sell cars to a pretty significant portion. You know, we had at least I think 600 800 cars. Andi. I know that these are not cheap cars. So let's say that there because they're there outfitted with a bunch of special equipment and stuff. So let's say that these cars are 50 grand each for the city of San Diego. Alone. That's a $40 million hit for Ford. For just a cycle of vehicles $40 million. That's just for San Diego Police department, then multiply that by all the police departments across the country. Your shareholder and Ford. Relatively ticked. Out on the opposite end of the spectrum. I'm not a shareholder in Ford. I'm relatively ticked. I'm just relatively tick that the company is taking this kind of stance. Whether they're toward with their emotions. It's the car. It isn't the attitude of the law enforcement official. It isn't It isn't anybody. It's it's the inanimate object, but yet they feel like that. Somehow they're contributing to systemic racism by manufacturing, a police unit. Now on the other end of the spectrum. A CEO of a food company paid a small compliment to President Trump. A Rose Garden ceremony yesterday. And now he is facing calls for resignation, and even members of Congress have urged people to boycott the food manufacturer.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:11 min | 8 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"M y I ht to San Diego. Live local breaking, changing policing in some areas. I Maryland hider, the city of Berkeley is considering prohibiting police from doing routine traffic stops and turning the duty over two unarmed public works employees. It is proposed by a city councilman who says it would deescalate roadside situations that don't require an armed uniformed officer. Such as a parking violations or running a stop sign. The Berkeley City Council will take a look at it next week. If approved, experts believe it would be a nationwide first amid calls to reimagine policing since the black lives matter, protests began over the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis. Today. President Trump says that he will continue to support police and is extremely upset for calls to defund. The police will always stand with the incredible men and women of law enforcement. We will never Ever defund our police. New York City has agreed to cut a $1,000,000,000 from the city's police department. The Seattle City Council reportedly has enough support to defund the city's police department by 50% even without the mayor's approval. Here in San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore is defending his brothers and sisters at the San Diego Police Department. Speaking with AM seven sixties Mark Larsen, San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore talked about how three shootings in the past 12 days involving officers at the San Diego Police Department translates to his deputies. And sheriff's no matter how good your deescalation training and policies are. It takes two to deescalate. Gore also mentioned what happens when de escalation doesn't work with officers. You're gonna have a weapon a gun and pointed A deputy sheriff for a long enforcement officer. De escalation is it's out of the question at that point time, these officers have a right to protect themselves in the community, and they had to use deadly force. Sadly, Gore was referencing an incident earlier this week when San Diego police fatally shot a man during a confrontation in city Heights. Dan Noone KOGO News Marine officials are reporting several personnel in Japan have tested positive for covert 19. This is it Camp Butler in Okinawa. They did not say how many people or if they are service members. But those who tested positive are in isolation, non essential traipse off base are restricted, and they say the outbreak is possibly connected to a family Members trip to the US And some good news for people in La Mesa and restaurant owners. Restaurants can now move their dining rooms outdoors after the city issued an executive order there is no fee involved. But restaurant owners must get written authorization and comply with health orders. Kogo News time. 103 Let's get the latest on your real time. Traffic from sunny San Diego 100 dealers Traffic center with slow down on the South bound Eagle five approached the 15 interchange. Crash up ahead near Home Avenue, clearing from the left to the right. Also avoid the South found Black Mountain Road in mirror May says he had towards Mira Mesa Boulevard, passing Capricorn.

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San Diego sheriff defends officers' use of deadly force

Sean Hannity

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

San Diego sheriff defends officers' use of deadly force

"Here in San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore is defending his brothers and sisters at the San Diego Police Department. Speaking with AM seven sixties Mark Larsen, San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore talked about how three shootings in the past 12 days involving officers at the San Diego Police Department translates to his deputies. And sheriff's no matter how good your deescalation training and policies are. It takes two to deescalate. Gore also mentioned what happens when de escalation doesn't work with officers. You're gonna have a weapon a gun and pointed A deputy sheriff for a long enforcement officer. De escalation is it's out of the question at that point time, these officers have a right to protect themselves in the community, and they had to use deadly force. Sadly, Gore was referencing an incident earlier this week when San Diego police fatally shot a man during a confrontation in city

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Other cities have adopted. This 72 hour protocol, and it showed that when you have a threshold of time frame people feel more truck people feel more, you know, clarity as far as they know they'll get a video within 72 hours right now. The city of San Diego. The San Diego Police Department does not have a time frame, but he applauded STP for releasing the video so quickly from this shooting when he to slow the spread of the virus, County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher says. We have increases in positive cases, hospitalizations and outbreaks when you look at the data community out out of all of the community outreach These air outbreaks that don't take place in a healthcare studying or 100 you care setting. But out of all of the active outbreaks were facing the two largest contributors who are outbreaks, totals or bars and restaurants and private residence. San Diego County, reporting 370 new cases and four more deaths. We now have 365 deaths and 14,149 cases. A new public health order says restaurants in the county must close no later than 10 PM. That decision comes a day after all bars that don't serve food were ordered to close a minute after midnight. The county says some bars could make arrangements with food trucks to continue operating. The rise in the cases in California is similar to other states and here in California, the governor says, Despite a huge budget deficit, they will spend money to keep the homeless and motels is the virus spreads like many states, California seen an increase in virus cases, not the record high of more than 7100 from last Wednesday. But Tuesday, Governor Gavin Newsom reported more than 6300 new cases in a single 24 hour period. Hospitalizations.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:28 min | 8 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Low clouds this morning, slowly clearing to sunny skies. We're starting to see that happens kind of the earliest. It's happened in a while. We're looking at low to upper seventies over most of San Diego County, Of course, 98 in the deserts today, right now, 65 degrees downtown code used time, 8 42 The Supreme Court will not be hearing a challenge to the Trump administration's border wall. The case dealt with environmental requirements waived by the Department of Homeland Security to speed up construction. In environmental groups argued that was outside the agency's authority. But a previous decision that went against them will now stay in place. Bar owners in San Diego have mixed reaction to the county's decision to shut him down after they were just open for a few weeks. The owner of Tower Bar in the city Heights area is okay with shutting down if it means keeping people safe. But Mick Rosler thinks county leaders could amend the order. Maybe if they did it based on the capacity of business, So for us thing, like a very small capacity, it seems like we could still operate safely and in South Park, the whistle stop bar hasn't reopened since closing in March, Owner Sam Shamus says the only way to move forward is to try and learn from our errors. Half the customers aren't ready to come back, and that's okay. But half were and I'm really happy that some bars open right away to give us all that freedom of choice. Thomas says he agrees with the plan to shut down with recent spikes of covert cases and the holiday weekend ahead. Joshua Lipton. KOGO News Police Trying to use Smart Street lights is evidence against suspects arrested a recent protests. Voice of San Diego says the San Diego Police Department access the city's network of street light cameras more than 35 times over a five day period. The police are investigating crimes ranging from destruction of property objects thrown at passing vehicles or police, vandalism and looting. Authorities cannot directly access the cameras. Servers as the footage is stored by 1/3 party outside the city, forcing police to request permission prior to seeing the potential evidence. This comes on the heels of violent protests over unjust treatment of black Americans. Dan Noone KOGO news. It's a much different fourth of July this year due to the pandemic, While many cities across the county of canceled fireworks shows July 4th, including San Diego's Big Bay Boom, they're so four shows planned for the fourth alcohol on pal.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:48 min | 8 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Ready? Go 600 Kogo. This is the Dome. I'll report with Carl DeMaio and Blue Penrose. The fight continues. Okay, So you got these protesters out there, judging before they actually see the facts. Deciding that these cops inappropriately used force against this wanted criminal. The guy's name is Leo Ibarra, 25 years old. And he's now in critical condition. A San Diego hospital because two police officers had to engage him. They used force. It was caught on camera. Thie video kind of confirms that he wasn't complying with the orders. He went into a shooter stance. He did have a gun on him. It was a revolver wrapped in a bandanna. It was found right next to his body when he fell on the you know, confronted by this, some of these protest leaders are now saying Well, the police could have planted the gun. Rub. You mean both cops are in on this with cops are in on this. Now we're getting into faraway conspiracy theory. This is this is going to be the problem now called because your body cam footage right? You have direct orders. You have lots of cameras. Lots of people rolling tape. We can all see the story. It's unfortunate that it happened. It didn't have to happen. But you know the training was done properly. The cops ordered him to that show. Show us your hands. The reason cops want to see your hands is for their safety. You as a member of free society have an obligation to ensure police safety Eso When they say, Show your show us your hands. It's because they want to make sure that you're not concealing a weapon that could harm them. So I got a little shit happened here happened perfectly yet. They're still protesting and straight. It's completely by the book. It was completely justified and to the notion that they planted the revolver, eh? Both cops would have to be in on the scheme be they would have to have a gun on them that they're able to actually go out and physically place at the scene of the crime, and there were a bunch of witnesses there, see. The gun and the bandanna are clearly visible in the video footage. There's clearly an object there. D You're probably gonna find fingerprints and DNA, a of that guy all over the gun. And E. Ah, Frankly, if Jesus came down tomorrow and said that I had a gun, you all would still say the folks on the far left who are protesting this, they'd still say it was an inappropriate use of force Well, He didn't shoot the gun Didi. Why that point? It's too late, my dear. By that point, someone is dead. Someone who's an innocent is dead Thes. Two police officers were just doing the job. They're just trying to keep our streets safe, and they have a right to defend themselves. Well, you're trying to do is basically stripped him of the right to defend themselves because you stand arm in arm with the criminals if anyone wants to take a position against this use of force. And be on the side of the criminal that you need to own. The fact that that's where your side is going to be, and you need to own it and you need to accept it and you don't need to deny it. That's what this is so frustrating about Lou, is that when you when you go you basically examine what these people are saying. They literally do not want any cops out there to be able to use any force whatsoever. There is a ah little Ah, shrine that has now Ah been erected. Tio this criminal That says Leo's life mattered. And then there was a bunch of flowers and some candles there, and they're you know, basically making this guy and martyr. How about the lives of the two police officers? Did those lives matter as well? Those police officers lives matter. Leo was going it was pointing a gun at them what was intending to do? I've got to say. I am very pleased that the police department's any police department was so proactive in releasing The footage. I think that is amazing. I think it is great. They don't drag their feet And by the way, Lou five years ago, they would've dragged their feet in 2016. I was pushing the district attorney at the time, Bonnie Dumanis. To come up with Ah ah, an expedited release procedure, And that took what 67 months for her to come back and say well after my office reviews, it decides whether we're going to press charges. That's when we may release the footage. None of that's happened here. Okay, There will be an investigation because anytime there's use of force, there's an investigation. There's a review. U. S Attorney's office and the FBI are monitoring the investigation. It was confirmed today by San Diego Police Department and the district attorney will ultimately get to sign off. But I love the fact that this footage was was put out so quickly. It helped negate the lies. Okay, I won't even call it misinformation The lies put out by some of these protestors. Over the weekend. Because this situation could have gotten really bad. Really quick. I agree with that. I think that the the You know the effort to make it as clear as possible as quickly as possible. Helps us all. See it, But the Rochon a lease of the world. And by the way, I noticed that some of the banners that I see in the photographs of this protest on Sunday we're pre produced, so that's pretty good work. If your people to get to the sign shop on get these banners all we'll print it up, you know, and in due time, so can we just call it what it is? It's the criminal of the week. Okay, It's a criminal of the day. It was like the flavor at Baskin Robbins at which criminal are we going to go make a shrine to because that's what it is. All right, so let's let's just call out the people who are making shrines to criminals. It's called out people who are making a shrine to someone who had a gun and pulled it out an officer and pointed it at an officer. Okay, That's your side of the argument. You need to own that. You need to defend that. I'm sick and tired of sitting here giving you a pass on it. We're not giving you passes anymore. You're making a shrine to a criminal. Is it unfortunate that his Siri's of decisions in his life. Got him in trouble? Yeah, that's unfortunate. But it's not the fault of the officers. It's not my fault. It's not lose fault. It's the fault of the criminal who made those decisions, and now they're paying the price. He pulled the gun on the officers and as a result of him pulling the gun on the officers. He's now in intensive care, right? You don't want to blame but himself. Right? That's a cop's job to stop him, use the necessary tools to stop him. But I I'm trying. Now you try and get into the mind of some of these people that would paint a sign that says Defund the trigger happy San Diego Police Department..

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Body Cam, Surveillance Footage Released After San Diego Officers Shoot Man Downtown

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00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Body Cam, Surveillance Footage Released After San Diego Officers Shoot Man Downtown

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"san diego police department" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on NPR News Now

"There were no attempts by police. To enforce the city's own stay at home orders or to keep people six feet apart. The San Diego Police Department said that they decided not to enforce the law at this time and welcomed people to voice their frustrations and concerns in a peaceful way. California currently has new set end date. I stay at home order. Npr News. I'm actual Nadler in San Diego isn't and trump has signaled his support for the protests saying at the daily Corona virus briefing at the White House. Saturday that there isn't his words. A lot of injustice going on in a series of tweets Friday. The president called for three states led by Democratic governors to be liberated. New Jersey is starting to issue emergency licenses to doctors who were licensed outside of the United States in Pierce County. Lo Wong reports estate is trying to boost the number of healthcare workers available to treat hospital patients with the corona virus. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. Signed an executive order earlier this month to allow doctors were licensed outside of the country and are in good standing receive temporary licenses in the state tiredly fitting that. We're the first state to do this. This is a state where the immigrant experience is writ large in our collective history. This is a state where people from all over the world have come to build a new life and to live the American Dream Murphy is urging New Jersey residents to be patient with stay at home order. We are cracking the back of a once. A century killer here. New Jersey remains a state with the second highest number of confirm covert nineteen cases in the US Honsi Lung NPR news tomorrow as Patriots Day in Massachusetts it's a state holiday in which the city of Boston normally welcomes thousands of runners from all over the world for the Boston Marathon. It's been postponed though for the first time in. Its One hundred twenty four year history because of the Corona Virus Pandemic Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker urging people to remain at home. It's important that people in runners take the guidance and advice that so many folks in public life including the mayor of Boston have put out over the past couple of days and refrained from visiting the start of the race in hot hopping and the end of the race on Boylston street or attempting to run the course Acre speaking. There is briefing on Saturday. And you're listening to NPR news to Spain now where the number of deaths to Cova Nineteen as top twenty thousand. Spain has the third highest number of Corona virus fatalities in the world behind the United States and Italy. It also has the second highest number of infections after the US. But as Lucia benefits reports there are some positive signs more than a month after the country was put on lockdown. The number of daily fatalities in Spain is still high on Saturday. Five hundred sixty five. New debts were recorded in twenty four hours but they are slowly decreasing on April. Second country had reported a record nine hundred and fifty deaths in one day. The number of new infections is also slowing down on Saturday. There were four thousand four hundred forty nine new confirmed cases. While on the previous day there had been five thousand two hundred and fifty two new cases but healthcare workers worn. Those numbers could be higher. Says only those with serious cases are being tested for NPR news? I'm lucy been this in more Ya. Spain S. IS AMONG WORLD GOVERNMENTS CONDEMNING. Crackdown ON PRO democracy activists in Hong Kong Secretary of State. Mike pompeo issued a statement this weekend describing the rest says inconsistent with China's international commitments. At least fourteen people were arrested. Saturday on charges stemming from the anti-government protests last year and world's Orthodox Christians are celebrating Easter. Today churches are usually packed however most worshippers are being encouraged to stay away from services because of the krona virus pandemic Gile Snyder NPR news..

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"san diego police department" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"San Diego police department is gathering details on a deadly shooting that claimed the life of a fifty four year old man the shooting happened in the mount hope neighborhood off a raven straight on Sunday San Diego State University is asking bettors for internet upgrades for their new stadium the list request bidders to have a plan with five G. and older cellular technologies for increased nine one one reliability it's currently mostly cloudy in fifty five at Limburg field am seven sixty talking breaking news now it's Armstrong and getting you're listening to the best of the Armstrong and get a show featuring our podcast one more thing more info and Armstrong get a dot com talking about cross bred dogs and how the guy who invented the labradoodle says is the biggest regret of his life yeah I think the greatest it because the cross breeding craze mostly based on whether the name is cute yeah I know and more than whether or not the dogs you know would make a good cross which is really weird anyway said he says a lot of our our have all kinds health problems are crazy or whatever and they are we get this take so I want to do live may mall you to death but you won't have a runny nose one of those so that was kind of on and we also got a text from a listener text very very often who I'm a trying to find it because the wording was good who implied that what she she said my husband always gets **** on Thursday mornings so I wasn't able to listen to the last segment so she basically text to decide who she her husband were doing it humble brag yeah I know clearly I know we're well enough to think that was normal bring as just kind of a matter of fact sort of way to talk about your life wow fair enough yeah okay can graduations on the sex that you had to talk radio put on top wait for the traffic report become on that really is it because that's what Congress and told us re in the mood to I don't know if this once you've my legs over her shoulder too much to who isn't even married he's not ready to hear that sort of talk no Nancy Pelosi be mentioned with sex she was a hell of yeah your day my thank you for lectures city she was crazy how she's going but she's a very attractive woman I remember when we did we did a thing with and two thousand six yeah the one hundred year anniversary of the ninety six wow through the nineteen six earthquake so we were in San Francisco and we did a whole like our with Nancy Pelosi I think your are really attractive older woman yeah well she is built like a brick capital I mean there's no denying that soul list yes but then not there for the soul in you know in this scenario right there she is a young woman she's crazy cute and she she a lawyer does she come from a wall background she got super rich man an old married a crazy rich the others with JFK I got more money than god yeah she's a grown woman home woman when JFK was around I keep that picture on all of our glasses Hans civil yeah I wonder if he went there but was she like a sixteen year old the will he have gone there any gonna say yeah wow she's a Cutie yeah well still still wielding power in the capital I must just be so intoxicating don't know I don't know if I were her I couldn't wait to go often like go fishing and have a like a summer place for a you know whatever that's so weird thing about power water Hiram resistance some biography the other day on tape in is I don't remember so somebody is hungry for power in keeping power and everything like that and I was thinking then as of talked about on the show I've never had power and I've never looked at it I've never lusted for power I just don't and apparently if you I feel like a live my life perfectly well without lusting for power and you need a sniff of it I think I'd be happier if I was some of the listing provided so that I I was seeing maybe once you get a sniff of it your you you're the guy I don't know I was addicted to cocaine maybe it is like the first time you ever of sexing hole well mom I want to do that again that is something right there yeah because the people who have it they will do anything and then they you know people who've never done anything wrong in our lives will start committing crimes where people have done something wrong will commit really big crimes you'll stay way past the point that it's it's a good idea just ahead continue have the power one I always think why wouldn't you just walk away and go live your life yeah I I think the cocaine metaphors a really good one it's just it did a year feels great when you try it and then you want to do it all the time and you can imagine not doing it and then it you get paranoid and weird and then acting everyone you want more and more of everybody's trying to take my power away from right you're right all I know it was just thinking about mile after he had he got kind of pushed to the side a little bit after the great leap forward caused a famine his idea everybody was more or less openly saying you will really had a bad idea he killed millions abuse he kind of step to the side a little bit let some other people take charge but he had to get back in the game any spend all this time trying to figure out how to how to negotiate this in that many went and swam the Yangzi river and it became a big giant thing here's our seventy three year old leader swimming in the river yeah actually just floated because he's a big fat guy fry this strong in verily is any was back in power well that's like putting playing hockey yeah exactly the same thing and while I was reading about that listening to it I I thought why would need just step deciding gonna live his fantastic like with his harem of hotties and you know in a giant mansion because you got to have power what if I don't get it I've never had it it must be fantastic but if there's like a a chapstick element to it to where you never really need chapstick until you start using chapstick and you create kind of a dependency on it like it I can't really imagine that especially at the at the highest level of power if you were to lose it there's gonna be a avoid that you don't know how to fill apparently apparently that I mean all the evidence points to the fact that that is clearly true and I have to just accept that's true as a person that has never had any desire to have more power sounds exhausting I I could I could retire you know raise my kids have them go off and and meet with our list for the rest of my life and and be perfectly fine see I've had the lust for power to do good which is where we get into the question of power corrupting as is so often does the old saying in DC as many people come to Washington to do good and end up doing well on which is a nice little grammar **** take on thanks visine financially on their end but yeah I mean eat first the syfy my only lust for power is yeah I would love to be able to communicate to the American people you know some of the things we we how about on the show that would be great it would be great to have the power to actually influence people's thinking in ways that I think would benefit the country and and my beloved American people blob but then you get their man and and it just becomes intoxicating and you get a weird and want more and you realize well listen if I could do good and provide for all my kids for the rest of their lives and I've always wanted a yacht if I can do good for the country and get a yacht and then before you know it the the Satan's got you by the balls and you're just doing the Oct in here listen now I can get to that yacht but I need you to stab your closest ally who's helping you do good in the neck and you start thinking damn I really want to idea out and SO people a slide currently I'm enough I don't really want a yacht know what all my friends got it yet I can't be the only one with Haiti out I would like and of love boat yeah so I like to fish I like to be on the water I don't need a big yacht I think I'd be afraid to going to sleep on the ocean number one pirates where do you plan to sleep on the ocean Somalia out on the right off the coast of someone on the just you can see San Diego for I think you'll be fine iris there nobody talks about it because it would hurt tourism so I'd be afraid to pilot the pirates and I'd be afraid you know the boats but says springs a leak in I'm awakened of I'm having a a beautiful dream about being in my pool and then I'm having a dream about not being able to breathe and then I wake up you know in in the boat sinking to the bottom and this is why you don't have a boat and then I swim to the surface and you know what there I find their pirate this is why I won't sleep on a boat is known to have not just an ice fishing boat would better one knows I like knowing what do you call a mother Han tune boat sure like one of those you can call them that you're listening to the best of the Armstrong and.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on Super Station 101

"In this crawford broadcasting station back with your the line superstation what a one w wind e a big thank you to andrew pollock for joining us on the show and he's got more events coming up we may try to bring him back on the show because he's just an all around good dude and can provide some good insight we've got is this the press conference going on there in california i believe it is yeah pipedin requests fluid situation we're doing the best we can to keep everybody up to date so at twelve forty six pm this afternoon san diego police department received numerous nine one one calls regarding gunshots campus located on cherry avenue in our city police arrived on scene at twelve forty eight and immediately began a search for possible shooter or suspect upon arrival officers encountered numerous employees sweet from the building i was very chaotic as you can imagine we didn't counter one victim was apparent gunshot wound towards the front of the business as we arrived several minutes leader while conducting a search of the premises officers located a second individual with a gunshot wound that appears to may have been self inflicted we're still working on confirming that two additional victims will located several minutes later at an adjacent business the extent of all of the injuries of our victims are are unknown right now they were all transported for emergency medical care but they are all unknown so if i miss that we we have four victims who have all been transported for were gunshot related injuries and we have one subjects deceased inside the building were they self inflicted wound at this time we believe to be the shooter but we're still following up on that multiple agencies have responded to assist we're very grateful for everyone's help and assistance but we cannot have responded in ccomplish this without everybody's home this is an active events in an active investigation and numerous law enforcement personnel from numerous different local agencies are still conducting a search of the business just to make sure that that it is clear we conducted a a quick immediate a search of the premises the first ashes arrived this procedural active shooter protocol after that search was concluded now we're going through with a methodical slow search just to make sure that we cover all the basis that's all i have for.

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"san diego police department" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"san diego police department" Discussed on KPCC

"Can't do it with a baton because the baton is always going to be sworn by cop the taser going always have its trigger pulled by the cop out with a dawn you know it's the it's not the cup the san diego police department did not uh uh bond to npr's requests for an this they did released numbers showing that at the time of the assembly's incident their overall use of dogs had been climbing steadily along with a number of people being bitten so is something similar happening nationwide it's hard to know there is no national reporting system that's charles mess low of former canine handler announ academic who studies canine use or used to it's hard because he has so little data to work with the world of police dogs is decentralised and you can't even get a count on how many canines there are a rough estimate there there's probably summer 2015 and 20000 canine teams operating in the united states nobody's collecting the kind of national numbers that would give us a better picture of how these dogs are used it does appear that emergency rooms have seen an increase number of bites caused by police dogs over the last fifteen years that's according to cdc estimates but we have no national count of how often dogs bite unarmed people or how often police have trouble getting the dogs to let go and if there were such numbers they might very well backup with the canine officer say that most bites are justified and quick and rare missiles as people keep in mind that often all it takes to arrest some one is the threat of a dog named suspect at ripped off his shirt and ashshaab to come to the scene so they can have a battle royal immediately we'll surrender when the police gets fair and i've personally yet five or six times but in the absence of statistics what we have increasingly is these videos of the times when canines do bite and they're building up on youtube canine handler say these videos give people the wrong impression but stoughton says that shouldn't mean resisting the presence of cameras he's a former cop now law professor specializing in the use of force if there are things that we cannot justify to the.

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