35 Burst results for "Shoplifting"

Court Won't Hear Appeal of $25 Million Judgment Against Oberlin

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:19 min | Last month

Court Won't Hear Appeal of $25 Million Judgment Against Oberlin

"College. My father's Alma mater, my brother's Alma mater. They were yeoman. They are young and my brother is still kicking around probably being yeoman and my dad passed away many years ago, but he was a proud yeoman, and they would not be proud of oberlin. I'm talking to my brother about this yet, oberlin tried to cancel the bakery that my dad and mom went to when they were a young married couple after World War II. My brother went to Gibson's bakery. And Gibson's bakery, I think I went to Gibson's bakery because we'd go to oberlin sometimes just for fun. I wanted to watch my brother play football there. On a Saturday. And it was there from, I think, 1885, and the owner tackled a kid who was if you look it up in Wikipedia, Gibson's bakery versus oberlin college. What are the owners tackled a kid who was shoplifting and they turned it into a racial incident? Alleging racial animus on the part of the bakery and the university, the college threw in with the kids, and basically organized an illegal Porsche's boycott. And picketing of the bakery. And they got hit with an $11 million damage. Lawsuit for tortious interference with business and intentional infliction of mental distress overland did. And $25 million of punies, punitive judgment, are intended to deter the conduct that is exemplified by that at issue in the action. And the I thought torch one year, so I can say things like that pretend to actually know what I'm talking about. My partners would laugh, if they heard me talking about torch. But in any event, the college lost $36 million gone. And the Ohio Supreme Court said, no Mas. We're not taking the appeal. And everyone, oh, how bad they don't try and drive people out of business on trumped up fake claims. Of racism racism is a slander if it's not deserved. It is absolutely slanderous to assert that. And because it's so evil, racism is evil. And so Gibson said, we are not evil. We are a bakery, and we serve everyone and the kid was tackled because he shoplifted and then he hit the guy. It's a mess of a lawsuit, but it's absolutely clear that it wasn't motivated by racial bias. And oberlin will pay the price now. And they've been falling off the floor for so many years.

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Warner Brothers Has a Big Decision to Make About Ezra Miller

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:25 min | Last month

Warner Brothers Has a Big Decision to Make About Ezra Miller

"Speaking of badass, I shouldn't say that because he's not a badass. Let's just call him an ass. Ezra Miller, I've talked about him for the last couple of weeks. This is the guy that plays the flash Ezra Miller is a terrible person. He's been arrested and, you know, cops have been after him from anything from kidnapping to shoplifting to assault in Vermont in Hawaii. He's a real prick, but he's the flash. And Warner Brothers, even though they got rid of batgirl and the Scooby-Doo movie, they made no bones about we're keeping the flash and you stalked going, well, what does this guy have to do to lose the movie? Now Warner Brothers has a decision to make. About the flesh. And this is the last time I'm going to talk about it, but there's three options Warner Brothers has. In one scenario, the crazy Ezra Miller, with the support of his mother, I'm not going to say their mother, I refuse to do the pronoun bullshit for non binary people I refuse to do it. So forget it. His mother, who's currently with him, in the first scenario, Ezra Miller should seek professional help and maybe, you know, give an interview at some point, explaining his erratic behavior of the past few years, then they could do like a limited press for the flash sort of thing and the movie would open and send him as planned. That scenario number one. Scenario number two is Ezra doesn't seek help. Maybe they can release the film in theaters as planned, but Ezra would not have a prominent role in terms of marketing and publicity. So you see the movie, he's not going to go out there in front of the movie and talk about it and publicize it. No, no talk show appearances, et cetera. And maybe they recast future flash films. Actually, they would have to. Third scenario, the situation where Ezra Miller deteriorates even further, which is not out of the question. This would see Warner Brothers killing the movie outright because it can't be reshot with a different actor at this point. Ezra Miller plays multiple characters and he's in almost every scene, so we're talking about scrapping a $200 million film, which would be unprecedented.

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Criminal Who Shoplifted 100 Times Still Free in NYC

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Criminal Who Shoplifted 100 Times Still Free in NYC

"Democrat party policies that favor no bail, criminal justice reform that includes no incarceration? I saw a story yesterday in New York, some creep who shop has been arrested a hundred times. For stealing valuable merchandise from retail stores is still free. They won't lock them up. A hundred times and you can't put that Cretan behind bars,

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San Francisco ousts liberal DA Chesa Boudin in heated recall

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

San Francisco ousts liberal DA Chesa Boudin in heated recall

"Primaries in 7 states Tuesday including California where a high profile district attorney was recalled San Francisco district attorney chase a boudin was ousted on Tuesday after 60% of voters chose to recall the progressive Democrat boudin was defiant in a speech to supporters saying he had to shadowbox against no opponent in a heated campaign that divided Democrats over crime policing and public safety reform in the famously liberal city The right wing billionaires Outspent us three to one They exploited an environment in which people are appropriately upset Recall supporters which included hotel and retail associations said the city has not drifted right but will support a progressive criminal justice reform with new leadership Houdini's time in office coincided with the pandemic attacks against Asian Americans and smash and grab shoplifting incidents footage of which went viral nationwide I'm Jennifer King

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"shoplifting" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For suspects after a fatal shooting at a Gold Coast business WGN sports because the brewers two zero the angels pizza socks 6 to 5 WGN traffic no major problems to report at this hour Chicago police say at least 29 people have been shot 7 fatally and weekend violence across the city in one of the later shootings police say a man of an unknown age was discovered unresponsive at about 5 this morning at a hallway on the second floor of the synesthesia ES suites in the 200 block of east Walton The man mistaken of northwestern memorial hospital where he was pronounced dead no one in custody in that shooting Ukrainian officials say the evacuation of civilians from a steel planted Mary opal has been put on pause until tomorrow About a hundred people were able to evacuate before Russian shelling of that plant resumed It's believed hundreds of other people are still inside the factory And a new poll shows the overwhelming majority of Americans are worried about rising inflation The Washington Post ABC News poll indicates 44% of those who are responded are upset about inflation while the other 50% say that they are concerned but not necessarily upset The Federal Reserve kicks off a two day meeting on Tuesday It's widely expected short term interest rates will be boosted to fight inflation A look at the forecast now from the WGN Chicago weather center mostly cloudy and Chile overnight The.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on KOMO

"Not good Seattle police say they've been working with organizers and don't expect any major issues today delivery driver Tyler elms isn't convinced Is everything going on around here lately I've been it's always a concern up here What's your confidence level This won't be as volatile as not until they start getting tougher on crime The protests started on Capitol Hill and moved through the city Tacoma police are investigating the homicide they say just before 8 last night officers responded to south 9th and market street after getting reports of a man assaulting a woman police say a 37 year old woman died there that man ran away but returned to the crime scene and police arrested him A 70 year old man is in the pierce county jail on charges of first degree assault following a shooting at a gig harbor grocery store last night a 40 year old man was shot in the neck around 1130 at the store in the 4800 block of point fast drive He was transported to the hospital with non life threatening injuries detectives say the suspect confronted the victim and wrongly believed he was stealing merchandise from the grocery store before opening fire A pedestrian was struck and killed by a car on I 5 southbound in downtown Seattle this morning the crash happened on the freeway southbound lanes between James and union streets south of the Washington state convention center around 10 a.m. paramedics performed CPR but were unable to save the man The driver remained at the scene and was not impaired An alleged kidnapping in Des Moines a two year old is safe after Kent police say she was taken from her father in a situation they said.

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Business Owners Urge Crackdown on Shoplifters

The Larry Elder Show

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Business Owners Urge Crackdown on Shoplifters

"Alone. According to a recent survey of 700 small business owners by business org, my business dot org, 54% report an increase in shoplifting last year. One in four saying they're dealing with the issue on a weekly basis. Now this gentleman I talked to you about a moment ago Friedman, the one with the stores in Colorado and Texas, shared a video with CNBC. In which the shoplifter, picking up a Jersey and a hat, then threatens employees with a two foot long machete, and walks out of the store with a stolen merchandise. Friedman said he reported the incident to the police, but his knowledge, no one has yet to be apprehended.

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Security Guard in Manhattan Rite Aid Does Nothing to Stop Shoplifting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Security Guard in Manhattan Rite Aid Does Nothing to Stop Shoplifting

"Now you want to know the crazier part than Michael rappaport being surprised that they're shoplifting going on in New York City right in front of everybody. Broad daylight. And you want to know what's even crazier and funnier in a sick way? There's a security guard right there. The shoplifter, the looter walks right by the security guard, who isn't doing anything. He's got a jacket on with the big security on the back of his coat. And he stands there and watches the guy literally brushes right by the security guard. The security guard, what are they paying the security guard for? Just to stand there, why don't we just put mannequins up in stores in New York? I may never go back. I swear, I may never go back. New York is turning into a hellhole. And Democrats are watching it. They're letting it happen.

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California Democrats Choose to Be Soft on Crime

The Larry Elder Show

01:48 min | 9 months ago

California Democrats Choose to Be Soft on Crime

"And lot. a Democrat lawmaker here in the state of California. Has introduced a bill that would reverse proposition 47. A proposition that was passed in 2014 reduced shoplifting charges regarding theft of 950 bucks or less from a felony to misdemeanor. And by the way, you can have three grams of meth, and that's just a misdemeanor not a felony. And LA county sheriff Alex being nueva has told us on this program that it took the stick away from him. You got a bunch of homeless people, some of them doing meth, no longer can you say, get off the streets? Are you going to jail, get off the streets to go into rehab? Are you going to jail? And now the attic says, or what? Because you can't do anything to them. That's also part of proposition 47 does not talk about very much. Anyway, this lawmaker has now done a one 80 on proposition 47. And hopefully more and more people in California will eventually do a one 80 on governor Gavin Newsom. So by the time he's up for reelection in November, may be just maybe the outcome will be somewhat different. I'm not gonna hold my breath because as you know, this state is outnumbered. Three to one Democrats and independents who vote Democrat compared to Republicans, and both houses of our legislature, the Senate and the assembly. Have not majority of Democrats, they've got super majorities of Democrats, and they pass one brain dead Bill after another after another, and to port one brain dead proposition after another like proposition 47. And one we haven't talked about that much politician 57, which had reduced a whole bunch of felonies to nonviolent offenses, including attack on a police officer, Syria arson, rape of an intoxicated victim. I kid you not. And felony domestic homicide are now are now perceived to be nonviolent.

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Fourteen 'Smash and Grab' Suspects Released

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:02 min | 10 months ago

Fourteen 'Smash and Grab' Suspects Released

"Good morning, everybody. We are back on Lebanon and will wit from krager you and if you're a California resident right now, I'm sure that you are recognizing the massive uptake and crime that is happening in our streets in our communities at our restaurants and in our very own backyards. It's extremely concerning, considering that the California policy makers are at this point incentivizing this, I want to share a story here that was put out by the Washington examiner. 14 suspects accused of smash and grab incidences have been released from custody partially through the zero bail policy passed by California's Supreme Court earlier this year. And if any of you are in San Francisco right now listening, you know that shoplifting has been decriminalized so long as it's under the figure of $950. So what we're seeing right now in the state of California is a bunch of hoodlums running around robbing people, sometimes at gunpoint, and stealing their things, knowing that they're going to get off for this and they're going to be just fine because of these zero bail policies. And because of these progressive legislators, and that's the problem a lot of times with progressive policies, they identify a problem, and the problem that they have identified now is, well, we have too many people sitting in prison, or we have too many people of color specifically sitting in prison, and they've identified the crimes that they're sitting in prison for and they go, well, how do we help this? And how do we help people of lower income? How about we institute zero bail policies or at the very least bail reform? And how about we decriminalize these crimes that are putting people in prison? And when we do that, surprise surprise, crime goes up, and it's not only happening in lower income communities as we speculated before. When the left was running with zero bail policies, bail reform, decriminalization of certain crimes and defunding the police, we said, you know who you're going to hurt, you're going to hurt low income communities. But now, it's seeping out of low income communities into middle income communities into higher income communities. We're seeing this in the Pacific palace palisades. We're seeing this in Beverly Hills. The crime is just exponentially growing in the state.

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Pat Sajak Has a Special Christmas Message to His Fellow Californians Amid Crime Surge

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 10 months ago

Pat Sajak Has a Special Christmas Message to His Fellow Californians Amid Crime Surge

"Out a tweet. Again, I guess a conservative who has survived all these years. A Christmas message to my fellow Californians, he writes, if you plan to steal merchandise, please keep it under $950. That way, it's a misdemeanor and you'll be less likely to be prosecuted. More importantly, there will be more left for others to steal. Remember, Christmas is for sharing. Now, obviously, pat sajak's tweet is dripping with sarcasm. But this guy, this thief isn't sharp bean sarcastic. Here's cut number 9. This is a San Francisco shoplifter giving an interview to KPIX 5 outside a safe way in San Francisco's famous Castro district. Listen to this. I think that they're not very good because I've personally been able to shoplift from here with relative ease. I've been able to shoplift from here with relative ease. That's a shoplifter. He's on camera. Now he has a mask on because, well, you know, it's San Francisco. He doesn't want to be a super spreader. He just wants to steal from the Safeway, but he wants to do it, the correct way, with a mask on. So that none of the store clerks that he's terrorizing might get COVID.

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Seattle Votes to Defund the Police, Again

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:54 min | 10 months ago

Seattle Votes to Defund the Police, Again

"Seattle did funds the police again Wall Street Journal. Seattle the incorrigible city council has voted to defund the police for the second time for the second year in a row. Last week the city council voted 8 to one for a 2022 city budget. The cut's police funding by more than $7 million. That slash comes after the city council cut the 2021 police budget. By nearly $35.6 million or 9% from 2019. And now let me share with you some data on murder in Seattle. Seattle has had 41 homicides so far this year and 52 in 2020. Compared to 37 in 2019. So let's see. Last year went from 37 to 52. What 15 were murdered people? Police have confirmed some 501 shootings this year. Up from 332 and 2019. How's that? Downtown businesses have complained about widespread drug use, shoplifting. Homelessness and public defecation. Seattle voters will have to vote out the city council, socialists. If they want to restore public order. I tell you next to the house races and gubernatorial races in 2022. The next most interesting thing I will follow is the Seattle city council.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"U.S. retail stores and companies this theft shoplifting has cost them $30 billion a year According to the FBI Now just think about that when that number goes through the mind set of a Marxist right $30 billion I mean they can spare $30 billion just in losses What do we really come to their mind I know I know you have to put yourself in their mindset So this is not easy but let's try it You have to put yourself in the mindset What they don't hear they don't hear $5000 of goods from a Nordstrom store They hear $30 billion They were these stores these big evil capitalist entities We're able to write off $30,000 $30 billion excuse me in stolen goods and didn't blink an eye Why are they not being taxed more Why are they not paying more in taxes And then they go on with their nonsense about how is it possible that a corporation can pay less in taxes and somebody in the middle class Which is a lie Of course they say that over and over again Amazon paid $0 in taxes Bernie Sanders will scream And now it is that these rich stores they'll lose $30 billion in stolen goods and they won't even blink an eye See that's that's what you have to understand You know the reason why these woke social justice professors came out and said don't call it looting Looting has a social justice connotation is because they view people who loot as victims but they also view people as who shoplifted his victims too Let's face it right If these big evil cushy big stores can lose all of this merchandise and money and still stay in business Meanwhile people are struggling out there and these people are not paying their fair share in taxes You understand what the left starts thinking right How dare we prosecute these people This is like a modern day Robinhood What's happening here These big corporations are stealing from them by not paying their fair share in taxes and all these people are doing is going in and getting what's theirs Oh you know they think that right Of course they think that And so what's happening across the country and

FBI: U.S. Retail Stores and Companies Lose $30B a Year in Shoplifting

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 11 months ago

FBI: U.S. Retail Stores and Companies Lose $30B a Year in Shoplifting

"U.S. retail stores and companies this theft shoplifting has cost them $30 billion a year According to the FBI Now just think about that when that number goes through the mind set of a Marxist right $30 billion I mean they can spare $30 billion just in losses What do we really come to their mind I know I know you have to put yourself in their mindset So this is not easy but let's try it You have to put yourself in the mindset What they don't hear they don't hear $5000 of goods from a Nordstrom store They hear $30 billion They were these stores these big evil capitalist entities We're able to write off $30,000 $30 billion excuse me in stolen goods and didn't blink an eye Why are they not being taxed more Why are they not paying more in taxes And then they go on with their nonsense about how is it possible that a corporation can pay less in taxes and somebody in the middle class Which is a lie Of course they say that over and over again Amazon paid $0 in taxes Bernie Sanders will scream And now it is that these rich stores they'll lose $30 billion in stolen goods and they won't even blink an eye See that's that's what you have to understand You know the reason why these woke social justice professors came out and said don't call it looting Looting has a social justice connotation is because they view people who loot as victims but they also view people as who shoplifted his victims too Let's face it right If these big evil cushy big stores can lose all of this merchandise and money and still stay in business Meanwhile people are struggling out there and these people are not paying their fair share in taxes You understand what the left starts thinking right How dare we prosecute these people This is like a modern day Robinhood What's happening here These big corporations are stealing from them by not paying their fair share in taxes and all these people are doing is going in and getting what's theirs Oh you know they think that right Of course they think that And so what's happening across the country and

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October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 11 months ago

October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'

"So a couple Jason Riley from Wall Street Journal last month October he wrote a piece out how San Francisco has become a shoplifter Paradise Thefts under $950 are effectively decriminalized Okay now you can get a lot of stuff under a 150 bucks I don't know if you've noticed lately TVs are way under $950 I'm not saying they're like the greatest TVs Or they have all the great features But you can a 100% get a big flat screen TV for well under $950 So now if you shoplift TV because you're part of looting or grab and go or fun and games where everyone call you get a TV and it's under 9 $50 you basically you won't get prosecuted They're gonna let you go Why Because they have now this ridiculous idea Prop 47 California bout initiative theft of less than $950 in goods is treated as a nonviolent misdemeanor and rarely prosecuted So stores don't want to get sued they tell people we don't even do it anymore But now when you've got marauding mobs of people going in and stealing things all at once because they're organizing on social media and they're going hey let's meet up at target at 7 o'clock and we'll all go in at the same time and just overwhelm them Four men on Wednesday in California and Santa Rosa fled with $20,000 of merchandise from Apple store In San Jose $40,000 of items were stolen from a Lululemon store That's right they're even stealing yoga pants now I thought yoga pants were so sacred that nobody would ever want to steal them I just know there's certain things in our society that we just don't touch Yoga pants being among those things But clearly not they went and grabbed those as well In Chicago they stole over what I mean how much was it in Chicago now Can I go $25,000 at a village shopping center It's happening all across the country And so now what's happening is employees are quitting as a turning around saying I don't want to deal with this Why would

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'Organized Smash and Grab Robbery' Versus 'Looting'

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 11 months ago

'Organized Smash and Grab Robbery' Versus 'Looting'

"And then this guy who's the director of the Robert C Maynard institute of journalism Martin Reynolds he said this seems like an organized smash and grab robbery This doesn't seem like looting Now if you saw a bunch of people running into a store smashing windows going in there and getting stuff and taking it out But they had masks on So you could not know what the code of their skin was Would you wait until you found out exactly what their race was before you designated it alluding or to smash and grab Would you do that Would you sit back and wait for that I'm curious And you just sit back and go wait wait wait we can't call this we gotta find out are they Are they white or black Because it's different I mean it's just stupidest thing I've ever heard in my life All we want is we just want people to stop stealing things Even Obama's nominees who of course have histories of shoplifting Just stop stealing things Whether it's a smash and grab during a natural disaster or a man-made disaster or not whether the penal code describes it is looting or not nobody And I mean nobody with a brain thinks this is a racial connotation issue What they think is it's a criminal justice issue But this is what the left does right

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GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:26 min | 11 months ago

GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

"I saw senator Tim Scott make a little speech about this woman that the Biden administration once confirmed as a top ranking Treasury Department official. And he just seems like he's in a state of shock. The left is trying to defend this doomed nominee and she better be doomed. You can not have somebody in charge of the purse strings who wants to blow up the banking industry. And wants to nationalize wants to federalize banking. Yeah, that's just what I want. The government calling all the shots with my checking account. They're nuts. They're purposefully picking people who are who are so radical and bizarre. I mean, Sean wants you to hear a little bit. We have senator Tim Scott queued up, right? I want you, this is four minutes. Like, it's like four and a half minutes. I want you to hear the whole thing. Because she was also convicted of shoplifting 25 years ago. Now, you could make the case 25 years ago is a long time. Incidentally, that's funny how the left and the woke crowd and all the crazed activists on social media don't seem to mind if it's 25 years ago if it's something they don't approve of. Then you better cancel somebody over what they did 25 years ago. But when it's a Biden nominee to do something like, oh, I don't know. Control the purse strings of America's monetary system well, that was a long time ago she should be forgiven. In fact, they say, those are personal attacks. You're attacking her. I mean, I don't even know what she's Asian, right? I don't even know what her ethnicity is. She appears to be Asian. I'm sure there's the left is ramping up all their bigotry defenses for her, right? All these mean Republicans don't like her because she's Asian. They're bigots. They're just they're just racists and bigots. No, she's a radical kook who has no business, no business whatsoever in a responsible position of authority at the Treasury Department. So keep all that in mind. Bear in mind that she shoplifted a couple decades ago, so people are mocking her for that. There's the racist thing. There's the same, you're getting personal with her. These are personal attacks. Don't do personal texts. So listen to this reasoned, eloquent, short of every man approach that U.S. senator Tim Scott from South Carolina takes in addressing Biden's nominee. I want to be fair, and I will be fair. I won't be hyperbolic, but I will be Frank and honest. I can not think of a nominee more poorly suited to be the control of the currency based solely on your public positions, statements, and the weight of your writings. Than you are. Let me just quote you versus anybody else. On the Green New Deal champion, you propose taking economic and climate policy making from Congress and creating an unaccountable bureaucracy called the national investment authority. In a round table this year, this year, you push to make the NIA the dedicated institutional platform at the federal level for really being the kind of fighting muscle of the Green New Deal and fighting muscle of you know all of these other movements that pursuing environmental justice, social equality and so on. You're disdain for the financial services industry. In 2019 in the documentary, titled, I'll be kind, buttholes, a theory. You said the financial services industry in my view and I don't think I'm alone here is the quintessential butthole

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Gov. Ron DeSantis Invites Any Law Enforcement Officials to Move to Florida

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis Invites Any Law Enforcement Officials to Move to Florida

"Serious governor Ron DeSantis in a press conference yesterday This guy is so damn sharp He's thinking okay they don't want these cops We in Florida we'll take these cops and we'll incentivize cops to come to Florida How about that I mean that really is sharp Cut 9 go It is not no no no no It's for officers period It is nothing to do with their vaccination status So that's just wrong That's a bad I think there was a headline from a corporate outlet which we all know corporate media lies They do not tell the truth Assume what they tell you is false and then figure out why they're telling you a false narrative I put that out there as a proposal months ago And the reason we're doing it is because people are being treated poorly and Seattle in Minnesota and New York NYPD They don't have the support They've had their funding cut They get criticized if they just enforce law Some places they don't even enforce the law Like in San Francisco they don't prosecute people's shoplifting So you have rampant crime So that's why we're doing it because morale is low Morale is low for years because of how law enforcement has been treated But when you saw the rioting last summer all the vitriol directed at them Florida stood up and said we back the blue And so we are a 100% excited about saying anyone that's being mistreated if the morale is low If you can't take take that environment and you have openings here you're going to get an environment where people are going to support you And I think that that's something that's and I can tell you the people that have come down from some of these places already you talk to them It's the best decision they've ever

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Rep. Ilhan Omar Blames 'Dysfunctional' Police for Minneapolis Violent Crime Spike

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Ilhan Omar Blames 'Dysfunctional' Police for Minneapolis Violent Crime Spike

"Ilhan Omar is back at it again. You know she's been kind of quiet lately over all this defunding the police nonsense that she engages in, but she's back and she's blaming the increase in crime in Minnesota on the police. She thinks it's the cops fault. That people are shoplifting. She told her constituents Saturday at a town hall meeting that the rise in gun violence in Minneapolis and the increase in carjackings is due to the police they have chosen she said not to fulfill their oath of office and provide the public safety. They owe to the citizens. Now, this is rich coming from her. She goes from wanting to defund the police to blame in the police for not being responsive enough as people are getting murdered and their cars getting jacked in Minneapolis. That's the left.

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 Theft-plagued Walgreens closing 5 more San Francisco stores

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Theft-plagued Walgreens closing 5 more San Francisco stores

"Walgreens is closing more stores in San Francisco the company says organized retail theft is causing it to close five more stores it's another blow to a city that has earned a reputation for widespread and brazen shoplifting a company spokesman says despite increases in security theft of the San Francisco stores is five times the Walgreens average last year Walgreens close one store where the chain said it was losing one thousand dollars a day to Phelps SF gate reports the company is closed at least ten stores in San Francisco since the start of twenty nineteen I'm

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Author Matt Palumbo of 'Man Behind the Curtains' Discusses George Soros' Secret Network

The Dan Bongino Show

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Author Matt Palumbo of 'Man Behind the Curtains' Discusses George Soros' Secret Network

"We're talking to Matt Colombo author of a I'm telling you folks who will not be disappointed It's going to be a book of the year Demand behind the curtain by Matt Colombo It's about George Soros's secret network Are you telling me that he's going local Austin races local district attorney races Because his money can make a big difference in the success rate is higher because that makes a lot of sense Yeah but you know the thing is like if presidential elections it's hundreds of millions of billions of dollars to move the needle It takes quite a bit If I'm running in a DA race and a 100,000 people vote in it if you drown a candidate in one or $2 million that is immense success And a lot of these source prosecutors actually are household names You know chase of boudin every week we're seeing open shoplifting in San Francisco That's him That's a source back here Kim Fox who went across to Jesse Smollett He saw us back In fact there was a case last week where there was a gang shooting in public about a dozen people involved She wouldn't cross the committee claiming that it was mutual combat So because both parties wanted to open fire and broad daylight well we can't prosecute that So these are the kind of people he's back

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"shoplifting" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast

The ChoNilla Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast

"Racism right there. Look at all those carrying videos out there. The the racism is is frontline and center right in the moment. Yeah and they're still dying and they'll still lie on these black women. Yeah yeah a black woman saying this woman is being an aggressor simply because she because she wants to and she's using me as a black woman to like aggress on me and to be fucking racist or whatever freaking out of victoria's secret store and you ask the black woman to leave her alone a lot. She was she physically swing at the black woman. But you're asking the black woman key. Please stop can use please like can you please remove your presence your blackness because it's triggering her. Yeah are you fucking kidding. It's like all of these things. So yeah that's yeah. Historically black been light on so so many times and that alone is a something that like. I can't even imagine what you've had to go through right. Can't even imagine the the guys lighting. You've had to go through in terms of like your experience and for it to happen like know something. Some white people think casual. Racism is okay. I know it gets because they only do it once in a while right. Here's the thing though when they're doing it around black people it's like what they fail to realize is your casual. Racism is a layer on top of the four or five times that day..

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"shoplifting" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Don't need an excuse to you don't need to be a hero over some toothbrushes or whatever. Listen, here's the audio. You be the judge that reads also as an act of desperation. Yeah. Getting rich off of what you take from Walgreens. You're getting something you need. I don't know. The details of that particular gave me a bad bullet. Look, they look like hair products. Yes, that's what it says it was. Hair care products are valuable, which are valuable so and he's filling is bad for them. Those are TV news. Bankers. Hair products are very valuable to them. It's the thing is is whether he was stealing hair products or a pact gum. He was still stealing and it's not right. Don't have the thing. How did that thing wind up on CBS News to begin with? Guy shoplifting at a Walgreens. Because he because he got away in a bike, maybe well, and he obviously didn't need hair product. I mean, you don't need hair products, so they're helpful, but you don't need them to to survive. Some people are kleptomaniacs. You know, they just take stuff just to take stuff. Who was it? Remember the the actress? She was a Miss America. Now I'm thinking of an actress. Uh, Well, here we go again. Well, I know there was a Miss America guts not making a sound guy who was arrested for, uh, shoplifting. I can't remember her name. I don't remember either. Five. Royal Caribbean has been giving a hard push to promotions for its new odyssey of the Seas. Ship Company vows it will turn wanderlust into reality. Well, the reality is they're going to have to wait for the first cruise back because it was set for July. 3rd and now four people have tested positive for Covid 19 for the crew members. Um so they're going to have to postpone it until July. 31st. Now these are people who They had been vaccinated but got sick right afterwards. And so they were not fully protected because it takes a couple of weeks for the vaccine to kick in. And now the entire crew has to be quarantined for two weeks. Yeah, But I think they're requiring you to have the vaccine to get on board. So technically, if you've had the vaccine and you're fully vaccinated, Yeah, you should be all right. All right. Even if there is some type of an outbreak don't know Haman. No big hurry to get back on our ship. And this is one of those ships that I think it's gonna was huge huge of 1000 passengers or something like that. Most ships have like 2500 passengers. Really? Yeah. Unless you're on a smaller ship that has, like 700. Yeah. Yeah, I think I would prefer the smaller ones. Well, they're more expensive, The smaller more to go on. I mean, they're more exclusive. The smaller ones. I'm thinking about the older ones. You know that? Well, yeah, but I mean, yeah, the original ones, but there are some smaller More exclusive lines that have, like 500 people on the show. Okay, What am I trying to say? I don't know. Scott. So here to help I've gone to our research and development department, in fact, checked the shoplifting. Uh, former Miss America. Bess Myerson. Oh, gosh. That's a long time. Yeah, but I've also found a list of a bunch of celebrities who have been busted down now the actors a couple few years ago. Okay, well, I'll roll through the ones who have actually gotten caught shoplifting. Amanda Bynes, Kim Richards. Why not a writer? That's the one of us. That's who I was thinking of. Yeah. What happened to her? The list goes on Lindsay. She's in stranger things. She's uh very good at that. Yes, He's really good at Lindsay Lohan. No surprise there. Megan Fox, Britney Spears, Farrah Fawcett. These are all people who clearly can afford the things by Kristin Cavallari Cash to the singer Stephanie Press. I mean, there's the list goes on. There's a lot of people who make a lot of money. Still, maybe it's just the thrill of shoplifting gets. I guess that I guess there's something to that. Yes are they're mad at the corporate America. There's Scott making us sound better. But yeah, I got you getting in there and getting the information himself. It's 8 45 right now. Our favorite story of the day coming up right now, Let's check the traffic on the fives with Bill Jackson. It's sponsored by lows and the problems continue in Fort Worth, couple of different places on I 30 east onto Hewlin erect in the left lane there has that backed up to Cherry Lane and on I 30 eastbound at least Lupe 20. Two lanes are blocked by a crash. And so that's stopped and go delays during that eastbound side westbound on looker. Traffic is slow from East Chase Parkway in Irving on Luke Walton Walker North Singleton, an accident blocks the on and off ramps. And in Dallas on 6 35 east on your COIT Road. A stall has a lane blocked. It's slow going from Dallas North tollway. Those is your go to for great gardening values. Everyday Select bag mulches. Now just to 88 to beg.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"This a little bit more and again. It was not well taken by the left. I i like evidence. I'd love to hear novel. Respiratory corona virus overtaking. wuhan china. what do we do. Oh you know we could ask the han novel respiratory corona virus lab. The disease is the same name as the lab. That's just that's just a little too weird don't you think and then i asked the scientists. How did this so wait a minute. You get the wu respiratory corona virus lab. How did this happen. In they're like pangolin. Kissed the turtle okay. Meanwhile so how did the media reacts to jon stewart their favorite person doing this piece in the washington post today by paul waldman quote jon. Stewart's rant is a reminder. don't rely on celebrities for covid. Nineteen theories oh weird. 'cause five seconds ago you were telling us that every celebrity in america needed to be relied upon for covid nineteen theory so long as it was anti trump. Is it truly. It's it's an incredible turnabout because bottom line is for the media. Whatever effects effectuation the agenda of the biden administration is worth promoting anything that does not affect that agenda is not worth promoting all now. This is leaving some fairly large openings. For joe biden's political opponents is it turns out that you can only hide the truth for so long and then people start to get a little bit skeptical of what you are telling them. And the the the left is trying to shut donald trump out of politics and meanwhile by creating bubble around joe biden. It just makes it easy for trump to bust through that door like the kool aid man and just pop that bubble perfect case in point today. Donald trump is now going down to the us. Mexico border because comma harris won't according to the daily wire ryan's federal reporting former president donald trump tuesday. He is traveling to the us. Mexico border as president joe biden. Border crisis has continued to worsen and vice president. Kamala harris has repeatedly avoided traveling to the area. I've accepted the invitation. Texas governor greg. Abbott joined him on an official visit to our nation's at decimated southern border on wednesday trump said in a statement he biden administration inherited from me the strongest safest most secure border in. Us history in your weeks. They turned it into a single worst bora crisis in us history. It's an unmitigated disaster zone. Is this went bad enough. Biden harris won't even tour the scenes of the wreckage. They wanted or come down and visit with the border patrol and ice heroes risking their lives to defend our nation at a time when the white house is doing everything it can to make their job totally impossible said trump but biden and harris have done and are continuing to do on our borders grave and willful dereliction of duty. So yeah they're just pushing that door wide open for trump or frankly any other republican with half a grain of sense to walk right through it. So i guess the good news here is that in their blind attempt to cover for their own ideology to cover their failures with their own ideology They're opening the door wide to the back in the is most definitely coming already. We'll be back here today. With an additional hour of the ben shapiro show in the meantime go check out the michael knowles show today. He's discussing the senate making juneteenth a federal holiday. You can hear more details about that story over on. Michael show that is available right now. I'm ben shapiro. This.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Not compassion toward the homeless treating meant assu severely mentally ill people and drug addicts as though they have a right to sleep on the street and us open needles in front of your children is not compassion to either the children or the homeless people san francisco by the way is now facing its worst drug epidemic ever according to amy graph of the san francisco chronicle. She says a physician to nurses professional athlete. A drug dealer and a lawyer would not it often court teenagers specifically a fifth fourteen and fifteen year old and a seven year old. Got into a stash in her mother's purse. These are some of the types of people. Dr christopher colwell chief of emergency medicine zuckerberg san francisco. General hospital has recently seen in the emergency room for medical issues related to sentinel use and overdoses a seven year. Old who got into a stash. Her mother's purse. But apparently it's all about what you primacy gang colwell said. That's just in the last couple of weeks. It's really remarkable because it runs the entire spectrum as affects all walks of life all folks. it's hard to overstate. How impactful can beat anyone. It doesn't seem to care about race or background or gender or anything. Call us average about ten to fifteen people who have taken fenton are treated in the san francisco. General emergency room a day sometimes more. And that's it just one hospital in the city. So san francisco which is famous for being a drug haven has been for decades is now experiencing its worst drug upsurge ever according to the san francisco chronicle it meanwhile in new york massive outbreaks on on subway cars filth and feces apparently is according to fox york as people returned to the subway system in new york city. They're finding more trash and filth according to a new report. There's been a rise in soil train cars this year. According to the daily news including cases of feces vomit and blood. The paper cited internal mta reports an increased in use syringes being found amid growing drug. Use in the subway system and ta spokesperson. Andre berman said quote incidents like this aren't fortunate they're unsanitary for our customers deeply unfair disturbing for transit cleaners. They're also reminder of the need for more mental health outreach and social service support in the city and throughout the system rising crime in the subway system is also a problem last month. Governor andrew cuomo said people just don't feel safe riding the trains. They have to feel safe. Do they feel safe now. No cuomo said a news conference. The governor said there needed to be more. Nypd officers in the subway system. All of which is why. According to a new study from the north american moving services the top outbound states people who leaving states in america illinois new york california new jersey and maryland the top inbound states idaho zona south carolina tennessee north carolina nurses sort of political theme there. Every single state from which people leaving is heavily. Blue every single state to which people are going is red or purple at best. You'll get some more on this in just one second because there is a move by the left disconnect crime from ideology and and that is a very self serving move. We'll get to that in just one moment i. Let's talk about the fact that you don't want to go.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"He goes he just removing boxes and boxes of stuff putting it in a garbage bag puffing on his bike and heading for the door you see. There's a security there. The security guys sort of puts out a limb. Panda train grabbed the garbage bag. Nothing and there. He goes just right out the door. No problem calculator gang. Well people on the left were baseless while this is the cry of the oppressed. If you looked at the blue checks on the left under this is the cry of the oppressed. Well except for how. It's not the cry of the oppressed. It is crime and crime is generally not the the attempt by the left to suggest that poverty is. The great driver of crime ignores the fact that there are impoverished places on earth where people do not engage in crime at nearly the levels that people are engaging in crime property crime in san francisco for example their impoverished areas of the united states where people are not engaging in this sort of crime at the same sort of levels. Prime tends to be a problem of people who are committing immoral acts especially in a prosperous country like the united states with a robust social safety net. There's a the to to thrust this off as this is just. The downside of the american system is just the downside of the american system of capitalism of our white supremacist. System is ridiculous on its face. Hey here's how bad. The problem has become in san francisco again. One of the most left leaning cities in all of america is become so bad that seventeen walgreens or this happened at walgreens. Seventeen separate walgreens have closed in san francisco. Thanks to the shoplifting. Problem in late may guy named thomas fuller wrote in the new york times quote at a board of supervisors hearing last week. Representatives from walgreens said that thefts at stores in san francisco where four times the chains at national average and that had closed seventeen stores largely because the scale of theft had made business untenable so the narrative that you hear from left of course. This is all systemic racism. And that's the reason for the crime and and then you see stores like walgreen's and they're not being built in in high crime. Low income areas in isn't that more stomach racism and the answer is when you allow crime to prevail stores. Don't move in. They undercut the tax base. They make life worse. People don't have places to go. Crime is a terrible thing and if you wish to make life better for everybody in the community you have to stop the crime at its source. Unfortunately san francisco and blue cities like it or not interested in stopping crime at its source. They are more interested. In blaming america writ large for their own unwillingness to stop the crime that has happened within their borders employs. A walgreens apparently have been told by the leadership walgreens to stand aside while shoplifting takes place that you're wondering when you watch the video. Why isn't that security doing something to stop. That guy like what's his job. Actually it turns out his job. Basically to supervise the shoplifting. Because walgreens have been told walgreens employees have been told by their supervisors to stand side because security officers have been assaulted repeatedly inside walgreens now the reason for all of this particularly with regard to shoplifting is because of a two thousand fourteen california ballot measure it at ballot measure reclassified nonviolent theft as a misdemeanor so long as the thief took less nine hundred and fifty bucks worth of material so you stand up several walgreens and rallying take less than nine hundred fifty bucks worth material in. You're fine you get arrested. You'll get off slap on the wrist a go right back out on the street. Thieves quickly hit on the strategy. Hit up a bunch of different stores for less than nine hundred and fifty bucks worth of stuff. Then last year the black lives matter protests suggesting again that all crime in the united states was truly do to stem american racism and that the police were the real problem amid that ridiculous notion. City of san francisco decided to double down on it soft. On crime policies. Mayor london breed announced that booking photos would no longer be released west the prevalence of black and brown faces among the booking photos. We to stereotypical reactions inside stores. And she'd wanna lead original profiling so instead what we will do just who exactly is committing the crime that way. If a disproportionate number of black and brown people are arrested because a disproportionate number of black and brown people actually happen to be committing these sorts of shoplifting crimes in san francisco. That must mean that. The police are racist. You'll never know any different. Because we've never seen the booking photos in the first place. Also london breed announced a one hundred and twenty million dollar cuts the police and sheriff's department over the next two years in the interest of prioritizing investments in the african american community in the first six months of two thousand twenty alone. Twenty three officers resigned from the force. Naturally property crime has skyrocketed and it's not just shoplifting. Burglaries increased nearly fifty percent year on year in twenty twenty in san francisco. Car theft jumped thirty four percent in san francisco. Meanwhile of course. San francisco has been innate slow state of slow motion decline for the past several years. The streets are littered garbage in two thousand eighteen. There was a survey the hundred and fifty three blocks in downtown san francisco. It showed trash like open trash out on every single block. Forty one blocks dotted with needles and ninety six blocks of the hundred fifty three blocks ninety six with open human feces and again. This sort of stuff is not rare in major cities around the united states. As i mentioned los angeles the quality of life has become truly awful it the slogan for the for the for the herbert hoover campaign in nineteen thirty two as a chicken in every pot. The slogan in los angeles is a homeless person on every bench and presumably under driveways. Well.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Police responded to a stranded vehicle on interstate 10, causing a hazard Investigators discovering bullet holes on the driver's door and the window in the 30 Year old's body inside San Antonio police and the Army's Criminal Investigation division. Are investigating doctors at University Hospital in San Antonio, Pronouncing the 30 year old dead on New Year's Day. The drill sergeant was a dental specialist to the U. S. Army Medical Center of Excellence on Joint Base, San Antonio Fort Sam Houston. She'd been in the role since 2019 before this assignment. She served at a dental clinic since 2017 boxes Alex Hogan. Meanwhile, a growing number of Republican politicians led by Senator Ted Cruz are calling to vote to reject to the electoral college votes in the presidential Action unless there's an audit into allegations of possible voter fraud. So we look forward to well over 100 members of Congress voicing their objections. We'll look forward to even more than a dozen or so senators voicing their objections. Let's have the debate. Trump 2020 campaign senior advisor Jason Miller on Fox is America's news headquarters. The Massachusetts police officer called to check out a shoplifting case shows some holiday spirit. A few days before Christmas. Officer Matt Lima of the Somerset Police Department responded to a local Stop and shop where two women in the self checkout line were caught skipping the scanner and putting several items directly into their bags. He noticed the women had two kids with them about the same age as his own daughters, the girl's mother, telling him she had lost her job and was stealing the food for their holiday dinner..

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"shoplifting" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Joining about 140 House Republicans, and they say they will object to certifying of the electoral vote during Wednesday's joint session of Congress, and they're demanding a special commission. To investigate claims of voter fraud. Those claims have been repeatedly rejected by courts and state legislatures and unproven by audits and recounts. Utah Senator Mitt Romney calls the effort by fellow Republicans a danger to democracy in a written statement Saturday night, saying partisans would inevitably demand the same any time their candidate lost, calling it a dangerous ploy. Republican Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse on social media, saying it's a case of ambitious politicians who think there's a quick way to tap into the president's Populist base without doing real long term damage, says says they're wrong Quote Adults don't point a loaded gun at the heart of legitimate self government. It's NBC's Chuck Secrets in reporting. Massachusetts police officer playing Santa and Saving Christmas for a couple of women accused of trying to steal groceries for their family officer Matt Lima are responding to a shoplifting call at a stop and shop in Somerset. This was back on December 20th. Two women had to young kids with them. They were accused of bagging groceries at a self checkout kiosk without scanning them. The women said they had fallen upon hard times and wanted to provide Christmas dinner for their kids. Officer Lima said he was reminded of his own Children and decided not to charge them with the shoplifting. Instead, he used his own money. And bought $250 in grocery gift cards. Well done. Officer Matt Lima, the Corona virus pandemic having little effect on deadly car crashes..

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"shoplifting" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Was like a month ago. You make like communication was better than I was last. There were perfect city Police are looking into reported vandalism at the San Francisco home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. I news is Chris Barnes has the tales reports are several threatening graffiti messages were sprayed on the House Democratic leaders garage door and there appeared to be a severed pig's head and fake blood in the driveway. One of the messages we can mention simply said, We want everything. It's unknown if police have any suspects. Neither the FBI nor San Francisco police will comment on the reports. Although police did confirm they answered a call reporting the vandalism at 2 A.m. on New Year's Day. Prosecutors in Minnesota are asking for a three month delay in the trial of the four Minneapolis police officers accused in the death of George Floyd. The Star Tribune reports that prosecutors are citing the pandemic and the amount of time needed before enough people are vaccinated and the health risk are sufficiently diminished. Lloyd was forcibly detained back in May. His death at the hands of officers sparked national outrage and a major reckoning for race relations in the U. S. Emergency hospitals built at the start of the pandemic in the United Kingdom have been reactivated and primary schools in London have been shut down in an aim to counter the spread of a new cove in 19 variant that is more infectious. The announcement comes just days after the Royal London hospital informed staff that they were in so called disaster medicine mode and unable to provide height standard critical care. The UK is one of the worst hit countries in the world recording more than 53,000 cases in the last 24 hours more than 600 does have also been reported in that same period. Massachusetts cop looking at a list of things to women try to steal five days before Christmas notice. It was all food instead of arresting them. Somerset Police officer Matt Lima bought them a terms of $50 gift card to pay for Christmas dinner. Lima was moved when he learned one of the women, the mother of two small Children had no job. With my news. I'm Kenneth.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"The access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom. I'm Beach Williams. Deadly officer involved Shooting and Gwinnett County over the weekend. Also a deadly hit and run in Swanny will update those stories and have other news. In just a moment. We've had very few problems on the drive this morning and overall roads looking clear right now I'm cable Puncheon's update in traffic after news and weather still keeping track of Now off the southwest Florida coast. Well, that haven't impact on our forecast That's coming up mornings on Main Street on Wdun. Good morning to everyone. Swanny Police say a man was killed in a hit and run at a WalMart off Lawrenceville Swanny road around nine o'clock Saturday night. The two male suspects, according to police were apparently shoplifting at the Wal Mart when loss prevention officers confronted them. The suspects fled the store got into a U haul van in the parking lot and sped away. Is they were leaving the parking lot. The van hit a pedestrian who was dragged onto satellite boulevard. That person died at the scene. Right now. Police are looking for the U haul there asking anybody with information to contact them. They've not released the name of the victim. The G B. I investigating an officer involved shooting that left a man dead in Lilburn. On Saturday, Gwinnett County police officers responded to the call of a domestic incident at a home on BET willow Drive. They found the victim in the backyard. Her injuries were treated. She was then removed from the scene. The suspect barricaded himself inside, shooting a gun several times. The Gwinnett County SWAT team, then was called And the suspect came outside the house and shot at the officers. They returned. Fire officers immediately rendered aid. We had paramedics stage nearby, and they responded quickly to the scene. But with all the efforts made, the suspect was still deceased on the scene. The Gwinnett County of Police Department spokeswoman says the man's name is not yet been released. Ah, small playing crashing at the Barrow County airport on Friday afternoon as Wdun saw Austin Eller tells us, though the pilot was safe, Barrow County emergency Services captain Scott taken, said the pilot who was the only person in the plane was uninjured and already out when crews arrived to the scene just after 1:30 p.m.. The plane was off of the runway and hanging over a fence. It suffered heavy damage and day kid said the pilot's seatbelt was likely What saved his life. The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating. Wdun news time just after 80 for as you've heard on Fox News this morning, the Trump campaign is moving forward with recounts in states that had tight results. Georgia one of those states now at last count Joe Biden, leading the president by 10. 1003 153 votes in Georgia Congressman Doug Collins of Gainesville has been tapped to lead the recount team in our state. Ah, poll worker out of Fulton County forced to go into hiding, he says after he was accused of destroying ballots. NBC correspondent Nicole Wilson reporting for Georgia News Network video surfaced on the Internet showing the poll worker crumbling up a sheet of paper and tossing it that set some people off and they accuse the man of getting rid of ballots that should have been counted toward the vote. But Elections, officials say. That's not what happened at all. In fact, they say, the paper the man balled up was just a list of instructions. But by the time elections officials set the record straight, the man's personal information had been leaked online, including his home address and vehicle information. The man has received threats and was forced to leave his home. He's reportedly camping out with friends and family. Lumpkin County getting a new aquatic center. The goal is to open in late spring or early summer of 2022, the property located just off pine Tree Way in Dillon Agha. The Cottrell Aquatic Center will share property with the new Lumpkin County Elementary School. This aquatic center is a testament that when the community's pulling together and you pull your resource is that you can really do something extraordinary. For your constituents in the tax. That's Chris Dockery, the chairman of the board of Commissioners in Lumpkin County, and you know this coming day is this coming Wednesday, Rather is veteran's day. Even though the Corona virus pandemic is foursome changes in the way local communities are celebrating, there are still a number of ways to honor veterans. The Grant Reeves v. F, W and Cornelia raising money to help veterans in need with their annual Buddy Puppy program. The group also holding a small ceremony at Haversham Counties wall of honor Wednesday afternoon. The corps of Cadets at the University of North Georgia has a couple of events plan Wednesday. One of those is virtual. We have a list of others that you can check out if you'll just go to access Wdun and we're excited about that, and we're excited about having our our photo gallery coming up on Wednesday, folks who sent pictures of their veterans, their pictures, maybe in their uniform or people in their family we have and the deadline has passed. We write what you know, a few weeks ago this was going to happen, but we have hundreds of photographs. Ups and some of them they're all wonderful, but some of the older ones are just great. Looking forward to seeing that would be great. Yeah, I think so, too. On the way we'll take a look at your forecast. No rain in our forecast for today, but it's coming. We're gonna look at that with John Weatherby and take a look at what's happening as you make your drive this morning. Remember you spot a problem out there with it's safe for you to do so. Talk or text. It's 7705352911 this up. They brought you in part by Lawson, Air.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Taking us to the trying to lift some sort of violent elicit violence against you? You just elicited violence against two black men by calling the police on them way. What? I'm not award could been arrested and just listen to yourself. You work with black folks. He just The problem with this, aside from the fact that this person is one of the most annoying people I've ever listened to. Is you've got a CBS employee who, by the way, I handled that to perfection. Absolute perfection didn't raise his voice didn't get mad, talked about the store policy, the company policy and that's what he was going by. Didn't find that he was putting anybody's lives in danger. He really nailed it there and she would not give it up. To the point where this is what I'm worried about, And this is what I've been worried about, shaming him. For a $30,000 a year job and wanting to make that money over. Over coming up with a ridiculous scenario that calling the cops on to shoplifters that happen to be black thieves stole from the store. And her assuming that that would end up in their deaths. It's the whole thing is just ridiculous, eh? If she would, if he would have called the cops on two white men who stole Would this even have been an argument which even been that and that's absolutely ridiculous Because you're right. The answer is no. And why does it matter how much money they're making? There's a company policy of someone stealing from my store. If I saw someone take something from in here that didn't belong to them. I'm going to go tell somebody. That's that man's livelihood. He works there. So let's say that You know, his boss finds out that he saw a couple people shoplifting from the store. And he said, I don't want them to get hurt, potentially by the police in a ridiculous situation, So I'm going to let them go. And their owner, the owner of the store, the boss says to him what? Listen, You can't do that. Now you're fired. So this $30,000 a year job, But this guy that's this guy's livelihood. Whatever he makes That's gone to protect two thieves that left the store with merchandise. That was not theirs. I forbid you call the cops. What is wrong with people? I don't even And she really thought she was in the right. That's the most disturbing part. She posted it thinking she was going to get support. Never is going to be like, how dare him for calling the cops on shoplifters backfired really quickly and as it should have liked to think, and I would love to see what this person the person filming has actually gone through in her life as faras oppression. I'd love to hear the stories from her. Because she never hear speak again. The right to go that far to think that you can't call the police on people based on their color. Even if they're committing crime, such as thievery, shoplifting, whatever it is. You can't because of what you think may happen to them. So basically ah, lawless country where you can do whatever you want. Because of a certain color of your skin. To me. That is racist. Maybe I'm missing something here. 809 69935 to. I'd love to hear your reactions to this 809 699352. I think it represents something larger that's happening in our country. Right now. It's one isolated incident, but I think it represents a larger thought process We're seeing.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So to bless you stop calling the police we will shut your business down and the guy holding the Bourne didn't appear to be black I don't know what yeah you never know how we think about that you have a store in the active is coming to your store and threaten to shut it down if you call the police so red state wrote about this quota black lives matter mob descended on Washington DC target store on Saturday threatening to shut down the storage business if it doesn't stop calling the police on black people the protest leader you heard Janet cook all black people living in this neighborhood living around this neighborhood because you prioritise money over people so until you stop calling the police we will continue to shut your business down close quote to stop calling the police I got this letter the other day when I read to you Larry I observe last week at a west LA Ralph's market a very clumsy shoplifting by an adult male I inform the manager what I saw we both watch this man walked out of the market in front of us the manager said she is forbidden by her employer under penalty of losing her job to approach or interfere I contacted Kroger company who owns rouse and I got the same statement policy that person said this occurs all day long every day but all their stores are covered by insurance for this kind of loss I asked what they suggested I tell my grandkids have they been with me what the shoplifting is right or wrong the corporate executive told me that is my business not theirs I contacted vanguard the biggest shareholder of the Kroger stock in one of their mutual funds I was told that my story would be passed on but they have yet to follow up by contacting me I have heard that the police will not arrest anyone for shoplifting.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Unfortunately there are still people facing do you eyes shoplifting in fact some people were caught trying to get some hand sanitizer it's terrible look it you have all kinds of things going on in life but one thing you need to know for sure the police are still charging people with crimes as they should be at Joseph bellows era is a criminal defense attorney take his name down I hope you never need him but he's there for you with flat rate pricing and he'll take five hundred dollars off large cases for Martino listeners Cholas era is always available for any questions you might have free consultations Lazar legal dot com three oh three four two nine sixty two hundred three oh three four two nine sixty two hundred the name is Joe Liz era he's also on referral list dot com this is something that can't wait when you have criminal defense you needed three oh three four two nine sixty two hundred are you thinking about selling your investments and getting out of the market right now hi I'm Rick Adelman with four quick questions before you do do you have a diversified portfolio is your personal situation and or your long term financial goals unchanged are you rebalancing your portfolio like you should and do you have sufficient cash reserves if you answered yes to all four questions you don't need to change your investments but if you didn't answer yes to all four then call us right here at element financial engines right now if you're not properly positioned to weather this storm you could be at risk we've helped thousands of people just like you get through wild markets just like this one over the past three decades and we can help you get through this crisis too if you're at all uncertain call us at triple eight plane wreck extrapolate plane wreck.

"shoplifting" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Indubitably that you're doing shall I don't I'm not a big fan of the Florida man stuff I think it's a little played out hand it's tired having said that I have a Florida man piece in front of me but I'm not I'm not telling you this because it's for the man I'm it's it's it's interesting study there's a guy that went to a gas station and he went to steal a Pepsi just the Pepsi would one dollar Pepsi and he was trying to leave the store without paying for the bottle in the cashier noticed them and pushed a button that remotely lock the door and he was locked in and he was stuck inside the story was like beat again and that's basically it that's a story the reason I brought that up is you know I think was California passed a law recently that like basically I'm going to get the details wrong but you could steal eight hundred dollars worth of stuff and not face any punishment or something like that and you might say like what's the big deal about somebody stealing a Pepsi it's just a dollar you don't want hi I really like to have I think that shoplifting is a serious crime I really do and it's really the principle of the thing like you don't do that thank you so you can say what you gonna throw somebody in jail for stealing a one dollar model Pepsi yes yes absolutely don't do that and then people go well you know the white collar crime people steal millions dollars whatever yes also go to jail for up disproportionately will be a long length of time anyway hi I know you know when I was a kid I never shoplifted anything that's I guess that was the thing to do when I was growing up I actually I knew a guy that was a prolific shoplifter and he steal CD's my mean by what you know it's still kind of a minute time we just walk out of the store and that was that was not my moral code it's not I don't I don't take things that are not mine and I have no problem passing judgment on that we're talking about disordered your financial doomsday prepping them to skip all the B. S. I'm just gonna cut right to the chase well first of all I do want to say that there's a lot of people out there who try to sell things by scaring people market is going to crash by my newsletter now I never I'll just tell you right now I'm never going to do that I you know I think there's some likely that the markets in a crash but whatever I mean you just try to prepare for those type of circumstances which we'll talk about the second it's really about buying insurance but yeah there's a lot of financial products including duties that are sold on the basis of scaring people I mean a new these are sold on the basis of scaring people because people say well the market could crash and you just want a fixed income no matter what happens so yeah I don't in financial advice you know so I'm not trying to do that let me ask you a question you have a house okay your house might burn down it might get blown away in a hurricane all kinds of things might happen to it so what do you do with your house.

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"shoplifting" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"shoplifting" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Shoplifting and called police is part of the women's Kerr and arrested them officers say they're returning the stolen merchandise Seattle city council member Kshama someone is calling for emergency protections for renters this winter however we DO as Hannah Scott explained here's the idea housing is a human right and if housing is a human right then how can you and the families and people in the middle of winter that's why so want will introduce an emergency proposal Monday calling for a moratorium on all of actions in Seattle this winter make sure that the city's color does change so that renters on on a big did anytime between November first and March thirty first so once as France and a handful of other countries have nationwide election bands when times dip below freezing but not the US or some states actually banned vixen moratorium's tis the season for skiing but not quite yet on Stevens pass resort workers that covers seven TV there's just not enough snow for skiers and snowboarders we're just waiting to welcome them back get excited ourselves because we want to get out there too no need about three feet of snow first to open Amazon is having trouble with packages just one week into the holiday delivery season the company says the delays are a combination of bad weather in parts of the country and a huge number of orders the delivery service you PS also says winter storms are causing some delays and now look at your forecast well the mid forties overnight scattered showers Saturday hiding low fifties with drier conditions Sunday from the power seven pinpoint weather center I'm meteorologist clearly understand it's fifty two degrees in downtown Seattle I'm the boss miss anything follow us on Facebook to get caught up however radio ninety seven three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest this is my second time on call I will rate ninety seven yes the line is nine eight nine seven three there is the regional authority over homelessness being forms and be graded states is some people's eyes another layer of governments with its own employees it cetera and the defense of its mayors.

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