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"Later on the show and Sergeant Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins will join us here on the tunnel to towers judging puros Sunday morning show in just a few months, Linz and we'll also go one on one. With the CEO of the New York State Restaurant Association. Melissa Fly shoot to talk about the Supreme Court ruling that overruled Governor Cuomo's arcane Ian rules about indoor dining. I can't wait for that one. The first my open, You know, as we look around the country today we witness unprecedented security precautions in advance of President, Democrat elected President Joe Biden's inauguration. And right now, at our nation's Capitol, it's all about security, along with state capitals all across America. Everybody's on lockdown with unprecedented measures in place. In anticipation of inauguration 2,525,000 National Guard troops on the ready in D. C. By this Tuesday on that's three times more American troops than American troops that are guarding the capital who are in Afghanistan and Iraq and multiple bridges in and out of D. C. Are being shut down for the next 48 hours. The bottom line. Ladies and gentlemen, is that there is unprecedented security going on on states. 10 of them are actually activating their national guard and the the In addition to that we're seeing the FBI come out and say that they're seeing an extensive amount of concerning concerning online chatter. About a number of events surrounding the inauguration, and Chris Wray says with their partners, Of course, he being the director of the FBI. They're going to evaluate those threats and what kind of resource is there going to use to deploy them? Ah, And so what we've got now is a Virginia man arrested by Capitol police last night at an inauguration checkpoint apparently attempted to pass through with fake inaugural credentials, a loaded handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition. And a car fire outside of FBI Seattle office early this morning as Ray's great concern. You know, I find it fascinating when the FBI comes out, and they pat themselves on the back, and they talk about how they are taking this security very seriously. And with their partners. They're evaluating threats and making sure that they've got Thea's resource is they need to fight back any any kind of violence that might Come in on the inauguration. And yet the FBI has historically been the biggest danger to this country. In terms of their failures. They failed over and over again to snuff out crimes of which they become aware crimes. They've failed to prevent crimes. They failed to tell us about. And you know, they proclaim that they gather evidence, just like Chris Reyes said to prevent crimes because preventing crime eyes part of their mission statement, So their statement is to investigate and prevent crimes, and that's why people call them and think then that they're protected. On the other hand, those at the head of the FBI proven themselves to be quite efficient at using the power. We confer upon them on a political level akin to dictators in Third World countries. And let me just say is someone who is in law enforcement for over three decades, and I created innovative programs that were copied all over the nation as a prosecutor. This open and this communication gives me no joy. But what I'm about to say is shared by many at the local law enforcement level. Last Wednesday, the FBI's the nation's leading law enforcement agency colossally failed in its mission. And two days after the attack on the Capitol or the assault on the Capitol, the head of the FBI field office in D. C. He says, Oh, no, we had no intelligence, suggesting that a rally would turn be any more than a lawful demonstration. And it turns out that the Washington Post of all newspapers comes out and says not so fast, buddy. We've got information that was online that people should be ready to fight. Congress needs to hear glass breaking endorsed being kicked in. So as an aside if all that stuff was online before any of this happened, How is that the people are blaming President Trump's speech. Uh, Azaz the cause of the assault on the Capitol if he didn't even make it until after all, of these messages that the FBI now admits that they have Were made. And finally, the head of the FBI admits. Well, you know I was wrong. We really did have a little intelligence and we shared it with our partners. And basically all he says, is when asked. What did you do, he says. We shared it with our partners, and we have a very robust Jttf joint terrorist task force. And we put it in ingested it in the system. You have to say really. You ingested it. You couldn't take a walk down to the Capitol and talk to the Capitol Police. You didn't go see what was going on there to make sure that there were more than bicycle wrapped rats that were protecting the capital and the Protect the capital officers. And now now, the FBI admits, Oh, we had information that included maps of the capital and complex tunnels and plans for swarming the capital on January 6. But folks, this is nothing new. The FBI is always in a situation or almost always in a situation in some of the biggest catastrophes in this country where they knew about something in advance, and they did nothing. Example. We're here in New York City, 9 11. There are are 12 reported spots where the FBI could have stopped this. The 911 assault on the World Trade Center and then the death of almost 3000 Americans. Number two The Boston bombers. You remember them. The explosion where people were killed and 260 maimed and amputated limbs and blind not to mention the post traumatic stress, the FBI said. They took action..

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08:34 min | 3 months ago

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"Jeff said. Juliet earnestly what? Just been looking at a video. Hopefully, we can put it up on our w ABC radio dot com website. It appears you've got a guy who was on an ice cream truck and then jumps to an empty a New York City bus. And he's got a flamethrower in which he is shooting out flames and all different directions. What, and then, eventually the god bone jumps off the back of the bus. Um, Unfortunately, he didn't break his leg. He scampers away, but on the line to discuss that it's sergeant Ed Mullins of the Sergeant Benevolent Association. Thanks for joining us today, Sarge. Hey, How are you? Okay. Could you explain the video Because most of our listeners yet to be able to view it. Maybe you can describe where was taken and the impact that it's had on you and members in law enforcement. Well, it's the B 26 boss, which colors Brooklyn and parts of queens. And you know, you actually described it pretty good. You gotta mail with no shirt. Jumping on the roof of the bus would have flame throw up, firing the flame throwing up into the sky. Um different directions than firing it down at the ground in the city bus is kind of come to a standstill. And then there's a certain point. What is Crazy lunatic jumps off the bus and into the street. Um, you know, discusses with several members of law enforcement and believe it or not, the Twitter page is laying up with it. This is New York City. Now we're now dealing with people in the streets with flame throwers. And when you think of the damage that could have been caused with people on the bus or if he went into a subway car, and with that on fire or let the bus on fire with people inside. This is the message that's being delivered to the people in this city that you can roam the streets. Would flamethrowers. The shootings continue to violence continues. And basically, NYPD is elder to stand still, and I've got 39 years and I've never seen a flame therapy in your life on the streets. Yeah, Unbelievable. Yeah. Started that Mullens joining us right now. We actually had a gentleman named Michael Fisher, who was on earlier today. He's president of the Central Park. Civic Association he was talking about, You know, just how ugly the city is getting in terms of just the infrastructure, the trash and the danger of the city. I mean, I've never ever in the 20 something years that I've lived here. Never felt nervous walking around the city in the daytime. I mean, much less the evening, you know, not only we've got the flame thrower guy, but then we also have this dude, that sucker punched Rick Moranis, who now we find out has been You know, he's got a rap sheet a mile long again, and this is a revolving door. This guy has been he punches. A woman face breaks her eye socket and he's back out on the streets in two seconds. I mean, I know that the police are getting a lot of flak for this because people are saying, Well, where are they? Where are they? But, you know, there's just no back up from the city leaders. And what are we going to do about this? I mean, how are you? How are you feeling these days as far as support there? You have to turn the anger toward the elected officials of the city. You have to turn it toward. You know, Corey Johnson. You have to turn it to it made the blast. I mean, I've called me and supplies you well, for the last 6.5 years and people, you know, thought I was being harsh on him. This is the reality of what I've seen 6.5 years ago. Um, you know Corey Johnson Royal answer the people who are passing legislation. They're placating to a group of people to defund police. Yes, You know, Congresswoman, uh, Casio Cortez doing the same thing. This is what's happening to You know, a city that is really the diamond of the world. The back in the early eighties. We've seen stuff like this. Although I never saw flames are early eighties. Um you know what we see in the homeless we've seen Violence. The car break ins to squeeze you people are back on the streets. This is where existed in the early eighties. And, you know, you just said you haven't cancer 20 years you've been in the city. Well, because it wasn't 20 years ago, we turn the city around, but What's happening is no one is backing the NYPD. You know, I laugh when we get NYPD takes a gun off the street. Meanwhile, we have five people shot like the last 24 hours and we take another than off the street and another eight people shot someplace. We have an eight year old shot a one year old murder. Um this is an epidemic on top of the epidemic. We're dealing with violent crime and shootings and homicides or allowed to happen because the police Aaron stand down knows we are damned if we do and damned if we don't And the truth of the matter is that the NYPD wants to fight crime. They want to get involved, and you know, do it needs to be done to keep the city safe. But we do not get the support from the elected officials. At the first sign of anything going the wrong way they turn on the cop and the next thing someone get indicted or fired. Or, you know, the people who are running the NYPD do not have the courage to stand up to City Hall to say no. The copies right and we're not gonna modify the must suspend them. Um, it's insanity. What? We're seeing pay place. And the public. Being silent is allowing their own city to be destroyed. They need to turn the anger toward city hold toward the elected officials. And start to support the police. And believe me, the NYPD does a better job of its own at any organization I've ever seen. But at the end of the day Public safety is on the line. Now, when you see kids being shot, somebody's got to speak up for that now to the video that you've showcased of this guy, shirtless on top first of a ice cream. It's sort of like a Mister Softee truck except it's Ah, knock off and then he jumps to the city bus, and he's firing these flames from as you described a flamethrower. If he gets caught. What are the consequences will be locked up Will What will he get a desk appearance ticket? You know what the streets are like. Now they're releasing people left and right with no bail, one of the consequences for getting caught with a flamethrower that you using in the streets of New York City and 2020. Well, several things will happen. If this guy is mentally unstable. He gets treated as a mentally unstable person if he's create medically so much criminally, But then we have Billy form. Thanks, Theo Albany, Thanks to the governor, thanks to the You know, the senator's allowed bail reform to go through, and he comes right out the door and gets himself another book of matches. But I'm watching the video right now. This is I'm not laughing. It is just it's mind blowing, and not only was he shooting it into the sky, but he was also shooting it onto the street. And so the so the street is the street is on fire. By the way, if you want to see the video just go toe at S B, A and y p d and you could see it. I mean, it is just shocking. Meanwhile, people are standing around with their phones out laughing and just, you know, like it's like it's Disney world on steroids are on crack. I guess I should say You know, you mentioned the GPS. I mean, this is a situation that has gotten so much worse again in the last 20 years since I've been here and now you're being told that the thrive folks are going to show up. And deal with these people. I mean, how How do you feel about that? Look the way we dealt with the mentally ill in this city. The last three or four years has been totally wrong and nothing has been done. We send the police And then when the police encounter of violence situation someone has a Susan's a baseball bat as we had to deal with, or any kind of weapon and we use deadly force all the sudden, the police the fair guys. At the end of the day. Nothing has been gone to deal with this. We had a woman shot in the Bronx about 34 years ago Deborah down and she was mentally ill. She had a history of the mentally ill. Unattended, Not by family by New York City, You know, help. It did not do what should have been done. Unfortunately, you know, she pulled this shit is pull the baseball back, and we had a member of the NYPD. Out of fire shots, protect his own life..

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02:22 min | 6 months ago

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"Extremely heavy there right now alternate side of the street parking rules and regulations. They are in effect on Karen Stewart on 10 10 wins ahead of the Long Labor Day weekend, the NYPD was stepping up patrols toward ofthe gun violence. Some 17 people were shot. Two killed. Here's our John Montagne, too many summer night sounded like this. Early on Labor Day. Shots rang out in a juvie gathering in Crown Heights. Police believe gangbangers fired into the crowd, wounding five people among those shot a mother and her six year old son. Sam Stern lives nearby. There were multiple gunshots, but we kind of expect we kind of expected that Labor Day Mayor is completely abandoned. The city tied the cop's hands. We have no protection. We don't feel safe. This is what you get. On Saturday night in Bensonhurst, The 31 year old man was shot to death while sitting in his car and 62 year old Michael Scully was shot dead while walking his dogs Monday morning. Right in front of his Bay Ridge Home. John Mom Tone 10. 10 wins news among yesterday shooting victims as John said his six year old at a celebration of 62 year Old Man shot to death walking his dog in the ridge. Bronx Councilman Ritchie Torres is calling on Sergeant Benevolent Association had Ed Mullins To resign. Torres has accused the NYPD D of a slowdown. Mullens has tweeted of Torres quote. Here we go. America. This is what a first class whore looks like Ritchie Torres. Passes laws to defund police and now because he's running for office. He blames the police to protect what he voted for. Yours is running to replace the retiring congressman Jose Serrano. Here's Torres on 10. 10 wins concerned, There's nothing benevolent about the Surge Benevolent Association, which has become a hate group. In disguise. Thie f D A has a clear pattern of directing hate speech toward public figures of color. Torres and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams have been calling for an investigation into a possible slow down by police, which commissioner Shay has vehemently denied. We should be talking with him in about a minute..

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03:02 min | 6 months ago

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"The area. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and the tunnels that George Lincoln How tunnel All nice and quiet, the Throgs Neck Bridge. You want to avoid construction, slowing you down in both directions. Take the White stone Instead. I'm Rebecca Missouri's next report for 11 on 10. 10 Wins wins News Time for 02 More unrest last night in Rochester video protesters right facing off in another rally, calling for justice for Daniel Prude He is the 41 year old black man who was suffocated after police put a hood over his head while he was suffering a mental health episode in the video. Some protesters can be seen throwing bottles at police. Others used umbrellas to shield themselves from pepper balls. Cop shot into the crowd after they were told to leave. Pamela Owens is a black lives matter organizer in Rochester and promises those rallies are going to keep going until there is justice. We would definitely protest until some changes. I would definitely be out here I've been on for 15 weeks now will continue to be out here marching for black light matter. The Rochester Police Department estimates about 1500 people marched on City Hall last night earlier in the day. State Attorney General Tish James said she is impaneling a grand jury to investigate what happened to prove he died back in March. But video of his encounter with police didn't surface until last week when his pant with it when his family put it online. It went viral right after they posted it. His erratic behavior led prudes brother to call 911 mental advocates say the episode demonstrates how police are ill equipped to deal with people suffering from emotional problems. City Councilman Richie Tourist spoke with 10 10 wins about that tweet. Many are calling homophobic, where Ed Mullins, the head of the City Sergeants Benevolent Association, called the openly gay councilman, a quote. First class whore. Here is our Samantha Liebman on Friday. Councilmember Richie Toure is called for an investigation into whether there was an NYPD slowdown. And if there was a correlation to the spike in shootings this summer soon after a tweet from the NYPD s B a calling tour is a first class whore and lying Richie to read the tweets of The FDA. You would think Donald Trump himself for running the FDA. Twitter Orto tourist says the espa has become nothing more than a hate group, citing a queue and on mug visible on President Ed Mullins is office when giving an interview to Fox News, the group traffics and hate Fuelled conspiracies lies ahead. The Sergeant Benevolent Association, embracing an openly anti Semitic. Why ahead the Sergeant Benevolent Association in beating the privacy of the mayor's shorter. Why is head of the Sergeant Benevolent Association, referring to Health Commissioner and the D word right? This is unacceptable behavior. Samantha Lippman 10 10 wins News and 10 10 wins reached out to the Espa and NYPD for comment. Quick check Now the 10 10 wins Acura the forecast. It is mostly clear and comfortable outside your window, right this Moment alone. 63 in midtown fifties and most outlying areas later on today pleasant with son.

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05:40 min | 6 months ago

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"To get you with westbound delays now from Meadowbrook Parkway Out Peninsula Boulevard, checking in on incident there Sunday. Parker rules for tomorrow. Traffic and transit every 10 minutes on the ones breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen on Rossmore on tended wins. After another night of protests in upstate Rochester, The state attorney general is impaneling a grand jury to investigate the death of Daniel Prude. Fruit was the 41 year old black man who appeared to be suffering from a mental health episode when police put a hood over his head and he suffocated. Attorney General Tish James said in a statement that the prude family and the Rochester community have been through great pain and anguish and the grand jury would be part of an exhaustive investigation. Prue died back in March after his erratic behavior, let his brother to call for help. But video of his encounter with police didn't surface until just this past week that sparked nightly protests in Rochester and calls for reform advocates say the episode demonstrates how police are ill equipped to deal with people suffering mental health problems. Firestorm over a Twitter post now broiling over the tweet, described as homophobic came from the city's Sergeants Benevolent Association and takes aim at openly gay City Councilman Ritchie Torres was also a candidate for Congress. Now, Torres is speaking out our Samantha Liebman reports on Friday. Councilmember Richie Toure is called for an investigation into whether there was an NYPD slowdown. And if there was a correlation to the spike in shootings this summer, soon after a tweet from the NYPD s P A calling tour is a first class whore and lying, Richie. To read the tweet of the FDA. You would think Donald Trump himself for running the FDA. Twitter tell tourist says the Espa has become nothing more than a hate group, citing a queue and on mug visible on President Ed Mullins is office when giving an interview to Fox News, the group traffics and hate Fuelled conspiracies lies ahead. The Sergeant Benevolent Association in briefing and openly anti Semitic. Why's ahead the Sergeant Benevolent Association in beating the privacy of the mayor's daughter? Why is head of the Sergeant Benevolent Association, referring to Health Commissioner and the D word right? This is unacceptable behavior. Samantha Lippman 10 10 wins news And 10 10 wins has reached out to the Espa and the NYPD D for comment, at least to matter dead after the latest gun violence in this city. One victim was a 31 year old man shot to death in Borough Park, Brooklyn, just before dawn this morning, right near the 66th precinct station. House investigators investigators that is, say sides and I had been sitting in a late model Maserati when he was gunned down. No arrests yet. No arrests, either. In the Bronx, where another man was fatally shot late Friday night. 35 year old Jose Rivera had been hit multiple times right in front of his own home on Fail Street. In Hunts Point, there were three other shootings in the Bronx and Brooklyn, including one in Sunset Park That's left a 32 year old man in critical condition. The latest NYPD D. Data showed a huge spike in shootings last month, especially in Brooklyn. New numbers. Aaron is well from Brookdale Hospital in Brooklyn, which is a level two trauma center. It saw nearly 100 more gunshot victims in June, July and August of this year, as it did during the same time last year. We'll call today for New York to take the federal government to court this afterward that Washington plans to yank funding from programs that pay for the disinfecting of schools in subways in the city. That suggestion comes from Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who calls it a shameless move by the Trump White House to undermine New York's so far successful recovery from the pandemic. Adam says the federal government should be working with the city and state to keep the pandemic and check. We cannot allow a resurgence of the virus to make it so much progress and we must issue our city, state and federal agencies are coordinated in lockstep with each other to bits of what has happened in the past. Lack of communication, lack of clarity, lack of financial support. FEMA announced this week that the agency will no longer cover the cost of pandemic cleaning work that isn't considered an emergency decision that critics say is illegal. Federal law requires Washington to offer a convincing reason for such ships and funding before they do it. Just last week, President Trump called on federal agencies to cut funding to cities and states run by Democrats, calling them quote anarchist jurisdictions. 10 wins, AccuWeather says another clear, Beautiful evening low 63 at Midtown, while most outlying areas drop into the fifties, another great day tomorrow, then high 80 and Sunshine wins news time 706 Just in time for Labor Day weekend. Another shark sighting on Long Island or should we say Sharks? Plural. Three of the big beasts responded today by a lifeguard right off the central Moloch Jones Beach regional director of New York State Parks. George Gorman telling 10 10 wins, the Sharks were sharing a meal. A we're feeding On a pot of bunker fish right in the Atlantic Ocean in front of the the sand, the beachfront, so our lifeguards, then clear the water. And we put the water in the surrounding fields, as well as swimmers were being allowed back into the water again. If the Sharks moved on now, lifeguard drones are being used at state beaches this weekend, too quickly spot any other shark activity. A Staten Island congressman now asking the federal government to take over the 9 11 Memorial and Museum in Lower Manhattan. Max Rose is still not pleased about the museum's decision to cancel the annual tribute in light, even though the decision was quickly reversed, and he calls it a slap in the face to families who lost loved ones in the attacks. A tribute in light features twin beams soaring into the sky over Manhattan. Much of the twin towers once did, but the museum had called it off this year, citing health risks to the large crew required to produce the event. That decision was rescinded after governor Cuomo offered the help of health officials and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg stepped up to offer financial assistance..

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03:04 min | 6 months ago

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"Samantha Liebman has one Friday. Councilmember Richie Toure is called for an investigation into whether there was an NYPD slowdown. And if there was a correlation to the spike in shootings this summer soon after a tweet from the NYPD, these SB A calling tour is a first class whore and lying Richie to read the tweet. Of the FDA. You would think Donald Trump himself running the FDA Twitter tell tourist says the Espa has become nothing more than a hate group, citing a queue and on mug visible on President Ed Mullins is office when giving an interview to Fox News, the group traffics and hate Fuelled conspiracies lies ahead. The Sergeant Benevolent Association in briefing and openly anti Semitic lies Ahead Sergeant Benevolent Association. Indeed, ing the privacy of the mayor's daughter. Why is head of the Sergeant Benevolent Association, referring to Health Commissioner and the D word right? This is unacceptable behavior. Samantha Lippman 10 10 wins New Tintin wins has reached out to the S. B, A. And the NYPD for comment. Your spoke live about this issue earlier today on 10 10 wins Keep it here for the latest wins news time. 5 44 closely watching for sharks in the waters as beachgoers enjoy this Labour Day weekend paid off. Over its Central Mall at Jones Beach State Park Lifeguard spotted three sharks this morning, deciding backed up by lifeguard drones as well. George Gorman, regional director of New York State Parks, Long Island, spoke with 10 10. We have been on the watch over the last, you know a couple of months because we have had Uncle Fish close to shore like this, Um so we'll always aware that maybe sharks coming in and that's what counts right away and that we are constantly vigilantly watching the water. They had an increase in bunker fish activities, leading to more sharks being spotted. So do to this side, and Gorman says they're going to keep on using lifeguard drones throughout this Labor Day weekend to stay on the look out for sharks. Maur, deadly gun violence on the streets of the city. A man was killed in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx last night that was about 10 P.m. in front of an apartment on Fail street. Witnesses say the 36 year old man's Street name was Gotti and that had been released from prison earlier this week. However, officials have not confirmed the story. Are released an official ID And just before 1 A.m.. This morning, a Brooklyn man was fatally shot in the driver's seat of a Maserati. A gunman in a Mercedes opened fire, striking 31 year old sides and die in the neck and mouth. His friend was able to jump behind the wheel and drive to a nearby police station in Bensonhurst and die pronounced dead at my monitors Medical center. Both shootings are under investigation. Wins used time. 5 45 high It's Jamie Progresses. Employee of the month, two months in a row. Leave a message at the Hi Jamie hit me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool. So when it's like, tell us what you want to pay. Hey, trombone was blah, blah, blah. And you say will be fine curvature options that fit your budget. Then we just all do. Finger snaps will acquire goes statements coming at you Save it's coming out job..

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02:16 min | 6 months ago

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"Serious for this afternoon's taps on the brakes as you make your way eastbound in towards Nap Street and again coming in toward Springfield Boulevard and Sunrise Highway. Also Sunday parking rules for tomorrow on Russ Meyer. Next reports of 3 51 on 10 10 with winds news time 3 42 the NYPD D. Sergeant Benevolent Association's President, Ed Mullins, latest tweets being called homophobic, widely condemned on Twitter. It was a big council member, Richie tourist was now speaking out. Samantha Lehman with more on Friday. Councilmember Richie Toure is called for an investigation into whether there was an NYPD slowdown. And if there was a correlation to the spike in shootings this summer soon after a tweet from the NYPD S B a calling tour is a first class whore and lying Richie to read the tweets of The FDA. You would think Donald Trump himself for running the FDA. Twitter tell tourist says the Espa has become nothing more than a hate group, citing a queue and on mug visible and President Ed Mullins is office when giving an interview to Fox News, the group traffics and he fueled conspiracies lies ahead. The Sergeant Benevolent Association, embracing an openly anti Semitic Why Ahead Sergeant Benevolent Association. Indeed, ing the privacy of the mayor's daughter. Why is head of the Sergeant Benevolent Association, referring to Health Commissioner and the D word right? This is unacceptable behavior. Samantha Lippman 10 10 wins News 10 10 wins has reached out to the S B, A. And the NYPD for comment. Torah. Spoke live about this issue earlier today on 10 10 wins, Keep it here on 10 10 wins for the latest wins news time 3 43. More deadly gun violence on the streets of the city. A man was killed in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx last night about 10 p.m. in front of an apartment on Fail street. What is this? A. The 36 year old Man Street name was Gotti. They've been released from prison earlier this week. However, officials have not confirmed the story are released. A NY D either. A gunman in a Mercedes opened fire, striking 31 sides and dying the neck and mouth. A friend was able to jump behind the wheel drive to a nearby police station in Bensonhurst. He was pronounced dead and I pronounced that at my monitors Medical center. Both shootings are under investigation wins news time 3 44 With a new iPhone ISI for less than 100 bucks at Metro, You rule. It's the most affordable.

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01:58 min | 6 months ago

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"On mug visible and President Ed Mullins is office when giving an interview to Fox News, the group traffics and hate Fuelled conspiracies lies ahead. The Sergeant Benevolent Association, embracing an openly anti Semitic movement. Why Ahead Sergeant Benevolent Association. Indeed, ing the privacy of the mayor's daughter. Why is head of the Sergeant Benevolent Association, referring to Health Commissioner and the D word right? This is unacceptable behavior. Samantha Lippman 10 10 Wins News and 10 10 wins has reached out to the S B A. And the NYPD D for comment. Keep it here on 10 10 wins form or on this Still developing story wins this time. 1 44 more deadly gun violence on the streets of the city. A man was killed in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx last night about 10 P.m.. In front of an apartment on fail. Street. Witnesses say the 36 year old man Street name was God and that he had been released from prison earlier this week. However, officials have not confirmed the story or released an ID. Just before 1 A.m.. This morning, a Brooklyn man fatally shot of the driver's seat of Amar's Araki, a gunman in a Mercedes opened fire, striking 31 year old sides and die in the neck and mouth. His friend was able to jump behind the wheel and drive to a nearby police station in Bensonhurst send I was pronounced dead at my monitors Medical center. Both shootings are under investigation. Wins news time. 1 45 protesters and police clash in downtown Rochester for a third straight night of protest Friday. Law enforcement defending their use of pepper spray and other crowd control measures, saying the crowds leave them little choice. Correspondent Trevor Altars there on the ground in Rochester was more in Rochester Police in their own defense released new video overnight from Thursday. That shows demonstrators attempting to breach the barricade, which they say prompted them to fire pepper spray and pepper balls into the crowds to disperse them. At least 11 people were arrested on Friday, three police officers were treated for injuries, too. Wins news time. 1 46. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad.

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01:35 min | 9 months ago

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"At the close on Wall Street the Dow was up four hundred sixty one points this is NPR and you're listening to W. NYC I'm Jimmy Floyd the new York city council is demanding an investigation into a recent high profile privacy breaches by the NYPD WNYC's Brigid Bergen reports city council speaker Corey Johnson and council member Ritchie Torres chair of the council's oversight and investigations committee well the department of investigation and conflicts of interest board to find out who's behind a pattern of privacy breaches including the unauthorized release of the record of Kiara dislodges arrest at a protest last weekend a copy was tweeted by the sergeants benevolent association Twitter temporarily suspended their account and removed the tweet here's Thorez if Twitter can take action to defend the privacy of your cars and so can the city of New York itself D. O. I confirmed receipt of the council's request but declined further comment the NYPD says the matter is under internal review meanwhile hundreds of mayor de Blasio's current and former staffers marched in protest today what they say is his inadequate response to police brutality and racial injustice thirty two year old and a spirit she is one of them she works for the city's department of consumer and worker protection she says she joined applause you administration because she believed in the platform he ran on ending the tale of two cities and broken windows policing but she says she's been disappointed.

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"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Four eight nine two two two I'd love to hear from cops on the job it has come on guys and gals you look impotent you look like the Bargiel took out kryptonite to Superman super women yeah like a dollar short today all I have some friends that are kind of Facebook friends better cops and they feel like their hands are tied they're not happy about this whatsoever they're not happy if anyone ever way you look now there's usually a little people are going to say people in the south of definitely would say in a lot of my relatives that's why British should be arms everybody should get a concealed weapons permit and those girls they should shop back I stand island shoot him shoot him and if that girl that eighteen your girl had a gun she could of shot those muggers and they were members of that some people are going to start saying what shall Mullins who is head of the sergeant benevolent association said she was there to school part of tearing not any evidence said that we should now is the possibility of course is a possibility pot is sold in that part but you know what happens when you get to bond order Columbia on your first day of orientation not only do they tell you and you these are all the rules but the students come up and say Hey you need just one nickel and dime bags we actually delivered to the dorm will deliver right to your room probably with a burger and fries right you go to school drugs in the park now do some people do it yes but come on did you have this we have this smear that way and suggested maybe she created a minor for parents this is small in scale mind one eight hundred eight four ray W. A. B. C. this is one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two happy Hanukkah and a happy new year from talk radio seventy seven WABC Hey folks burning and sit in the morning here for our friends.

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Sergeant is 10th NYPD officer to die by suicide this year

Ben Shapiro

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Sergeant is 10th NYPD officer to die by suicide this year

"There's been another NYPD suicide the eleventh this year involving active or retired officers the sergeants benevolent association says thirty three year old sergeant Lin Hong lady took his own life last night in his queens home he was the seven year veteran assigned to the twenty fourth precinct in upper

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"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And and and terrible service as a bigot the major thing that they want to see back and that of course is a signal technology issue there's also a call to add elevators to stations more quickly Natalie Fabio bias has another issue hot cars car is a train car that does not have working air conditioning in the summer it is absolutely miserable she's his these shows the need for new subway car the capital plan is expected later this month. on the east side Peter has told WCBS newsradio one eight eighty cents the death of Eric garner arrest for selling untaxed cigarettes have dropped dramatically in the city the Daily News says this year were on pace to see eighty percent fewer arrests for selling Lucy's as they're often called compared to twenty fourteen the year garner was killed there were five hundred eighty one arrest right now this year we're well we're are under a hundred on pace to a little over a hundred the head of the sergeants benevolent association told the paper the falling arrest numbers or proof cops are afraid of getting sued seven twenty two it's time now for the healthy and happy Pat report with doctor Elizabeth Cohen if you ever fearful dog there's plenty you can do to make them feel more comfortable for example if your dog is afraid to go into the car starts to tremble but loves to eat you can beat all these meals in the car don't take him for a ride or even start the car just be the tastiest meals inside that car don't give them anything to eat unless he's in the car this way he'll make a good association with being in the car when there's no shaking reinforce that dealing with lots of lavish praise and petting some dogs get car sick an associate the car with that nauseous feeling while others only associate the car with going to the back if you couple of good feeling with the car like meals and petting you can help undo the negative association you can also put in appeasing Fermo caller on your dog this is a substance that mimics what mothers give off naturally calm down their puppies afterall anxious puppies in the wild can make sounds that would alert predators to their location there are anti anxiety drugs if all else fails eliminating fear will help keep your pet healthy and happy this is doctor Elisabet Coen WCBS newsradio eight eighty. now I know why should you get to five quart jugs of Pennzoil platinum full synthetic motor oil because it now but they're only twenty four ninety nine each when you buy two meaning you get more and save.

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"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Before eight thirty when he was pinned between the elevator car and a shaft wall and was crushed to death emergency crews remain on the scene police are reviewing the buildings surveillance system for clues as to how this happened police commissioner James o'neil says he thought about the death of Eric garner for five years before deciding that officer Daniel Pantaleo had to be fired on CBS this morning he acknowledged the criticism he's received from the patrolmen's benevolent association but he said that comes with the job the TVA is been very vocal and and the other criticism of of may which is fine I make my skin was very thin when I started this job three years ago it's not so thin anymore he says the messages there is accountability and the NYPD yesterday we learned that panel a supervising sergeant Kizzy Adonis will lose twenty vacation days as punishment for the mistake she made that day the head of the sergeants benevolent association will meet with reporters later this hour to discuss that matter police have identified one of two man Dave say is responsible for a robbery spree around the city looking for thirty one year old Brandon McDonald of Brooklyn and another man in connection with thirteen hold ups this month in Manhattan Brooklyn and queens the cops say the deal would do well pulls a gun on unsuspecting victims and has made off with cash cell phones.

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"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Reader, welcome back and colour same travel. Thank you, by the way. It was such a great trip, and it's such a safe. Great country. I loved it. Thanks. Yeah. I wanna go there. I wanna see those concentration camps. I wanna see those one day. Ron you will be speechless to go see Auschwitz in some of these places. It's so important. Never forget never forget. Read up a lot. I it's the Cooperation Council is that Carter. He's got to sign off on things to New York City corporation counsel. Yup. Ricardo. He's gonna US attorney. Right. Yup. Yup. Very good. Yeah. Right Zachary Carter. Okay. That'd being said living in the city Reto care about the loss of the people are paying I I think I think that they should make them pay part of it, and it might slow down or something. The way we run a cop salary. You think they're gonna pay. You're getting cops get any police officers of you make them pay lawsuits yet. Can you imagine? What can you imagine? I what cops don't make a lot of money. I do think cops have have a tough job. But you're are you saying only in frivolous cases, or any case? Maybe maybe maybe someone Eric garner. The guy said he can't breathe he still choking them. Listen, I knew heard me talk about that. Ron I actually agree in that case that there was definitely crossing the line by the cops. And I'm actually surprised that the jury found some didn't go after him criminally too. I think they I think they should have let him go the minute. He said, I can't breathe. I can't breathe. Let's go to Jeff from Delray Beach. Jeff your hair with Rita and Larry filling in for Curtis. Go ahead. Jeff. Yeah. You know, there's you know, the street starts to every story. Now, those cops I don't think we're not at all. To try to lose their pensions. If get jammed up when you told I don't care if you like sell them, bubblegum, whatever when you're when a police officer says do not move freeze comply, and if you don't like the way, you treat it then you go to internal fish. Amen. Amen. Licks choke and you've got proof. Now, you gotta Mark on your. I'm not saying that's what happens, but I'm just saying if you don't comply if you look at these cases, you will see they did not comply. You're not gonna fight the cups a win. But you know, what's happening though, Jeff, and we were just talking about this last week on the show had Ed Mullins head of sergeant benevolent association big group. He was saying that the cops feel like they got their arms tied behind their back. They want to go after these guys. But they're getting the message. He says from the mayor, and I'll tell you I talked to a lot of cops on the street. They tell me that personally to I I've so many buddies at our police officers, and they say that when they go after these guys are a little afraid, so they're kind of standing back because they don't feel the mayor has their back, and they don't feel even the Commissioner has their back that once they get pulled into an internal affairs. There dragged in they gotta do paperwork. They got into this. They got into that. That's not a way to run a city, Jeff, and it's not the violent crimes they're doing this with. They don't wanna get out of the car on the minor crimes because they do not want to have an altercation because the altercation could end up in a lawsuit. So when you talk about going out and killing people. That's not the big problem. That's not the biggest problem. The problem is the police feel like they can't do their jobs on a daily basis because their targets. Yeah. And that's really a shame. Hey, listen, when we come back of top cops jobs aren't bad enough. You got Colin Kaepernick.

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"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Say that Jeff, Sessions should have told you that, he, was going to recuse, himself then you wouldn't have put him in he took the job and. Then he said I'm going to recuse myself I said what kind of. A man is this Trump says. It's a very very Very sad, day because. Of what the Justice department is doing Ed Mullins the, president of the sergeants benevolent association. Blasting the police Commissioner James O'Neill he says his hands off policy has. Made criminals brazen a week mission I think he's indecisive and I think he is politically pandering commission pretty serious charge this has Mullins. Introduces a five hundred dollar reward if citizens come. To the aid of cops when they are struggling to apprehend a suspect so there's still, in a contract dispute. Right I mean is the. Basis for. All this is a lot of stuff going on Hawaii could see hurricane lane make landfall today, or, tomorrow marking the first major hurricane, to make landfall in that state. In twenty-six years category four storm blasting winds one hundred thirty miles an hour now two hundred miles, south of the big island at the. Moment Molly Tibbets accused killer could be in, the country legally that's according. To Christian, Rivera's attorney after court documents filed yesterday claimed that, he was working, legally In Iowa is facing, first degree murder charges in the death of the twenty. Year, old college student it's bail has been set at five million. Dollars actually his employer claims that he gave him the wrong name and that's why the report came out initially that he was in the country illegally Now thankfully none of us are going to be around in the year twenty one hundred. That's when scientists, say an apocalyptic mass extinction will begin they say by the end of the century so much carbon will be added to the oceans. That the planet will have passed a threshold of. Catastrophe, and the extinction of dinosaurs took place two hundred and, fifty two million years ago geophysicist Daniel Rothman says we are now seeing a parallel Don't.

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"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Morning Come through Covington w Here's what all the Republican leadership in congress had to say about yesterday's developments That's it Hiding under. Their desks they said. Nothing resorting the news Republicans are hiding and ducking for, cover news talk about this police, union deal which. I Razi but before we, get there ain't Justin in west, New York. New jersey you wanted to weigh in for, a, second Justin? What's up Good. Morning guys you know. I really I can't I can't listen to this impeachment, that you're saying that we should, impeach the president. We don't think we're advocating, I don't think we're advocating that, we just. Think it's probably going to happen but I'm not. I'm not Listen if it was if it were to go to an impeachment process I do believe. That it would, all really come. Out that, the whole, premise of. The Russia collusion was based on a fake dossier was that was actually funded by. The Democratic Party it's gonna. Come back and boomerang and really. Blow up on the Democrats and the whole, Michael Cohen campaign. Contribution violation It was. It was Michael Cohen's duty as Trump's. Attorney to inform him that it was a violation and if he. Didn't, even tell them that it was a violation he really didn't even break any violations because if if. He did it unknowingly, it. There's not a campaign violations away Justice but you happen to, be right that it's going to. Blow up, on the Democrats I don't I don't think your reasoning is. Correct I think if they. Do go to impeachment which which they will yeah, I think that's only going to help Trump and. Embolden his people and give a Trump caused, celebs so, I do think yes, I think, if they go to impeachment will hurt the. Desert, not for the reasons you're saying all right let's get this police, store because I can't believe it Ed Mullins these sergeant benevolent association he says he's tired of police and making arrests and people using their cell phones to take videos he wants them. To put down the cellphones get involved help the police restrain these purpose and then I'll give you five hundred dollars I think there's one of the worst ideas I ever heard of. My, life Michael what do you think oh I think it's terrible I mean the the job of the. Citizen is when they, see. A crime being committed they should call nine one one you, should not get involved with the. Police making, the do you think the police want some guy on the. Sidewalk joining them in taking. Down a suspect the police don't want that they're, trained how to take down criminals they don't want. A citizen jumping in they're trying probably could get killed, this is a this, insanity from, Ed Mullins insanity to be a posse with The bridge as Senator Marty golden who's a retired cop, is going to introduce a new good. Samaritan law to shield citizens. From liability should they help cops really. No oh hey Kara Kara on Staten. Island she's been with us before. She's NYPD what do you think of, this genius plan CARA good morning CARA First, of all good, morning you guys get my get me going? In the morning so, I'm. Gonna. Fight up, good good for it in a good way so let me just tell you what, kind of society have we become cannot help me out tonight help anybody that's fighting in the street. Whether I'm in uniform, whether? On. Anybody, isn't, it, natural instinct to want. To help that's kinda number. One right. Okay number two everybody hates the cops right now, that that's the I don't. Know if everybody I'm sorry, we don't it's I know you guys don't but it's we have such I hear you thing going on where they were yelling at people. Are. Cursed, I hear that civility this, move by Ed Molly this is disgusting to offer money that, money that could be going. Into our union, and our, pension and our pay raises to offer the public money, to help us you're right. I, don't need your help and I'm in. Uniform and I'm tussling I don't need your help but I'm a female and if I'm alone on a subway station alone and I'm rolling, around the floor with, a four hundred, pound person okay yeah I might need you? Help but I think, I. Think. He's trying, to help the situation but he's going about it An entirely the entire like wrong way absolutely wrong Carolina just ask you. Something. Though, you always patrol the pair, right so would you wouldn't know you're out there by yourself, I always see cops together No not all the time, no Sherman transit for example and you're you. Have a. Coastal subway station no you're by yourself for multiple subway stops I mean the climate has changed where yes there may be somebody. At, another. Station. But a majority. Of time you're by, yourself, well care if it makes you feel any better if ICU roll around. By yourself out of jumping into help you to help you Carol thanks Karen thanks thanks for listening a police spokesperson said quote the NYPD encourages people to support their cops by. Calling nine, one one the, parliament doesn't want to. See people put in harm's way unnecessarily to collect. The reward, is this is not flying this this awful awful idea right coming up on news time Joe Bartlett a big mornings you. What's what's happening we've got a. Couple of big stories here land of course our news brought to you. By. Gary Goldberg. Financial services schedule a free. Consultation by visiting g g. F. S dot com an attorney for former Trump attorney Michael? Cohen says it Cohen is More than happy to tell. The special. Counsel all he knows Lanny Davis telling MSNBC that Cohen has information that should be interesting to Robert Muller knowledge about the computer. Crime, of. Hacking. And whether or. Not Mr. Trump new, ahead, of time about that climb and even cheered it on and we know. He publicly shared but did you also have private information Colin pleaded guilty to eight counts admitting that he paid to silence to women at the direction of the president in order. To influence, the election missing, university of Iowa student. Molly Tibbets has been found dead or body discovered. In a, cornfield twenty four year old Christian Rivera illegal immigrant from Mexico has been charged with that murder President Trump reacted during his. Campaign rally in West Virginia last. Heard about today with the illegal Alien coming in Very. Sadly from Mexico and you saw what happened, to that incredible beautiful young woman Never happened right you gotta, love those rally By, the way. Fox News you mentioned this land Fox News now being criticized for its coverage of Poelman afforded Michael Cohen or more. Precisely the lack of. Coverage, was, criticizing them this. Is Rachel Maddow no no no business insider the news of the Manafort conviction, and the cone guilty plea was breaking news but FOX spent a significant portion of their day covering, the Molly Tibbets case at one point anchor Dana Perino suggested that Americans are more concerned with the dangers posed by illegal immigrants. Then. Crimes committed by associates of the president okay so the. Business insider question. Fox News about the coverage the network responded the last time we. Checked business, insider? Is not a resign monitor They're fighting There's no question that Michael was saying that Rachel Maddow in MSNBC, positively giddy, Chris Hayes and. Rachel Maddow they were like two kids in the playground yesterday. They were they were jumping up and down waving their hands at each other. Giddy Manafort I maintain that the people over at FOX, was, saying oh. Thank goodness it was an. 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"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The court of public opinion right i had no idea you'd become a prosecutor since leaving uh such a top right wing talk radio thing to say uh showing hat harmonised attack instead of responding to the substance which is in the court of public opinion nobody has the presumption of innocence the advantage of the court of public opinion is they can't put you in prison that that's right and there's not a judge to make anybody play by the rise either right exactly uh but uh so there was a story i guess it came out on thursday about prisoners in new york state may soon be offered free tablets in order to communicate the email with friends and family in order to order things from the commissary and as you can imagine the you know there's an incredible incredible l outrage from at moen's the head of the sergeant benevolent association from several republican politicians and a lot of listeners to this station can you explain to our listeners the very few of them that have still remained to stay outside of prison can you explain to them why it is a program that might have some merit to give inmates at access to a tablet well the first think people have to realize is that almost everybody in prison today is going to be released from prison at some point or another when they are released from prison they are coming back into society coming back into the community and they are going to have to make their way hopefully as lawabiding citizens or at least you know walked died and if they're not actually citizens and avoid deportation today it is in society's interest to help rehabilitate individuals by giving them access to.

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"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"sergeant benevolent association" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Was responding to a call of a domestic dispute and upstate watertown north of syracuse when gunfire broke out thirty two year old justin walters an army soldier stationed at new york's fort drum allegedly shot his wife nicole to death on their rural property and wounded another woman before shooting trooper davis was rushed to watertown hospital where he died the thirty six year old trooper was a four year veteran survived by his wife and three children and the way for assassinated nypd officer mia soldiers familia is being held today the grieving children of officer me sodas familia will sit inside world changers church in the bronx today as thousands of police officers from across the country file through to pay their respects during the week questions arose about whether the man who killed her should have been on the streets hours before officer minnesota's familia was killed alexandra bonds girlfriend called 911 because he was behaving erratically each time they face boy lewis was with a few days before she brought him to a hospital for psychiatric care because he was growing increasingly paranoid governor andrew cuomo ordered a review of how that hospital handled his case steve kastenbaum new york mayor de blasio will meet with officer familias family this morning he was back in town yesterday after a three day trip to hamburg germany to be the keynote speaker at a g twenty summit protest sergeant benevolent association president ed mullins is criticizing the mayor for going just as the city was mourning the loss of the police officer mullins tells the cats roundtable radio show the mayor is not providing any type of leadership that explains the police are not your enemy de blasio defends his trip saying it was in the works for about two weeks plus he knew he would make it back in time for the weekend funeral congress goes back to work this week arizona republican senator and former presidential candidate john mccain says he does not think the current obamacare replacement bill will survive you is it's probably going to be dead but i am than i thought i'd be president snags mccain on face the nation he is among ten senators who have expressed opposition to the bill in its current form the white house though says it fully expect to healthcare bill to pass in the coming weeks wins news time 537 up next in ten ten wins.

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