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"southeast regional director" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Out of Texas who perished in the crash trying to help people over in Africa. But he also worked with Congressman John Lewis in many different capacities, talk with him and get some feedback about his legacy from him a Dallas pastor later on in the show. The legendary Reverend Dr Freddie Haynes, a friendship West Baptist Church. David Mask, You will be joining us in the second hour Salon writer, the author of the forthcoming book I Am Somebody Why? Jesse Jackson Matters. Attorney Ron Patillo. Thous, Southeast Regional Director of Rainbow Push. Jonathan Jackson Rainbow Push Attorney CK Hofler, chairman of the board, of course, but she is about to become The president of the National Bar Association. Way, have we from Frank Watkins. Reverend Jackson, senior adviser for more than 50 years. Brilliant author speechwriters political strategist and Dwight McKee, who is a founding member of Operation Pushing member of National Action Network. He had the privilege of working with reference CT Vivian in his youth and going to get some of his reflection. So we want you to stream both live on the Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr page. Stream us live on the Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr patient, like in share like and share so that we can get some impressions of Reverend C. T. Vivian and was about to call him Reverend John Lewis, but he used to like to preach to Almost to the wind, everybody as a child, he and they they say you had a godly mandate to make this country in this world. Not just better, but right and we just thank God for their legacies today. I want you to go toe at Patriot. Am on I Heart and on Twitter Address J. Jackson at Rev. J. Jackson. You could also connect with me at Santy TJ as you can. Throughout the week. I am on the nation's largest progressive talk radio station from 6 to 8 a.m. Morning drive from 17 9 Eastern time. 6 to 8 a.m. And I'm on Jump on the 17 FM in Milwaukee, Talking, 92 7 Madison, Wisconsin soon to be joining a few other cities on Let's talk about it with Santini Jackson in French tomorrow night on my page on the Santee to Jackson and Friends Page. They want to be talking about civil rights where it was and where it is.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on WSB-AM

"An overwhelming show of support for Atlanta police today from their union and some state leaders stop this attack on law enforcement Vince champion southeast regional director of the international brotherhood of police at a news conference at APD headquarters he was joined by congressman Doug Collins and calling on Georgia's Attorney General to appoint an independent prosecutor in the case against the police officers it is time for the district earning a Fulton County to step aside AG Chris Carr says his office has the legal authority to appoint another prosecutor to a case only if a court disqualifies the DA or if the DA recuses himself Cheryl Castro ninety five point five W. SPT seventy four degrees in Atlanta partly cloudy tonight lows around seventy a forty percent chance of scattered showers tomorrow highs eighty eight Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up a peaceful protest tonight in south Fulton County to remember George Floyd and race shard Brooks on this father's day one of the organizers telling channel two action news media the father is it opened that door for me to have these conversations with my son he says he hates to have that type of conversation but it is necessary the Atlanta city council approved the mayor's budget plan taking action on a couple of items involving police in a narrow vote council members voted down an ordinance that would have withheld seventy three million dollars from the city's police budget until the mayor had a plan to reform the department seven council members voted to hold back funding eight voted against it but the council did approve adding four hundred and twenty seven thousand dollars for the Atlanta citizen review board something council member George shepherd says is critical at this major point in time Jennifer Perry ninety five point five W. SP top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. S. B. depend on it to Georgia seen its largest single day code nineteen increase on record with eighteen hundred cases before Saturday the largest case was in one day in mid April with nearly fifteen.

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US Rep. Doug Collins and Atlanta Police Union officials call for special prosecutor in Brooks case

Chris Burns

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

US Rep. Doug Collins and Atlanta Police Union officials call for special prosecutor in Brooks case

"An overwhelming show of support for Atlanta police officers today from their union and some state leaders it follows the arrest of two officers in the shooting death of radar brothers active board your president all reached out to the national and ask for help we were more than happy to come out and help and do whatever we can to stop this attack on law enforcement's champion southeast regional director of the international brotherhood of police at a news conference at APD headquarters you heard it live right here on W. SP he was joined by congressman Doug Collins in calling for the Attorney General to appoint an independent prosecutor in the case against the police officers what happened over the past couple weeks have been all it is time for the disregarding of Fulton County to step aside using the Fulton County DA of rushing the case for political purposes

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

07:26 min | 3 months ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Officer. Bresnan to surrender themselves by six PM on the motto we are because of officer Brosnan is now becoming a cooperating witness father state. We are asking the court to. Grant a bond of fifty thousand dollars, and to allow Mr, officer bras and then to sign that bond. As I indicated that he would become one of the first police officers to actually indicate that he is willing to testify against someone in his own department except officer, Brosnan's lawyer has now come out and said he is not going to be a state's witness, and he's not going to agree to plead guilty. This directly contradicts Paul Howard. The other thing you need to understand here is that the Georgia Bureau of Investigation that is indicting poll Howard is also investigating this the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is required to investigate a police shootings, and they have not concluded their investigation in this is to my knowledge and I talked to several D., and they're not aware of any police involved shooting where the DA indicted before the B I see it includes investigation. It's highly unusual for this to happen. the mayor fired the officers, Howard is charging them with a murder, or at least the one with murder. And he's weighed if not even waiting for the GPS he never even also with the Georgia Bureau actually released a statement to that effect. They put it out on twitter even. they said that the Georgia Bureau of Investigation was requested by the Atlanta. Police Department on Friday night, June, twelve to investigate an officer involved shooting at the Wendy's restaurant. We're in the process of conducting this investigation. Although we've made significant progress, we've not completed the work. Our goal is every officer involved shooting case we are requested to review is complete, thorough and impartial investigation. Now. I'm being told by multiple people that the conclusions within G. B. I or that it was a justified shooting given the circumstances within the video in the eye witnesses, but as that's probably why Howard rushed out ahead of them. Now we've got a bunch of contradictory information from Paul Howard. Two weeks ago as her was a deadly weapon yesterday. It's not a deadly weapon. Bras is going to be a state's witness. And now he's not. He's GonNa plead guilty, and now he's not overnight the Atlanta Police Department Oh walked off the job now. It wasn't official and it wasn't coordinated, but there were enough of them to do it. This is from the journal Constitution today a higher than usual number of Atlanta police officers failed to show up for work Wednesday night hours after the. The district attorney announced criminal charges for two accused police officers in the death of Ratio Brooks the department is experiencing a higher than usual number of call outs with the incoming shift The Atlanta police said we have enough resources to maintain operations and remain able to respond to incidents on Wednesday he. Paul Howard announced the charges. One of the two Garrett. Ralph was fired. The other Devon Brosnan was placed on administrative duty. Neither Atlanta Police Nori Local Union representative confirmed the number of officers involved. Vince champion Southeast Regional Director for the International Brotherhood of police officers told the AJC he could not confirm which police owns were impacted I was told it was east. east Atlanta in Buckhead. Were the ones most impacted? Atlanta's mayor said morale is is obviously down within the police department and no kidding. This is political grandstanding. Listen I have entertained people who have called this program and said you know. I saw the video, and if I were the offshore, I would have done something different, but you know what you weren't the officer. You didn't go through the training. You're not even a police officer. I'm not going to second. Guess Him. You know the difference between this and the George fluid situation. This all happened within a minute. With George. Floyd there were eight minutes and forty six seconds of a knee on his his neck where that officer could have thought Maybe I should do something different here. You've got less than a minute there. Forty minutes of calm and all hell breaks loose and less than a minute, Rashard brooks dead. Should, he be dead? No. Could they've done something different probably, but I wasn't there. I was the police officer I. Don't have the training I wasn't there I didn't experience it I'm not going to second guess them. It's very interesting to me that PEOPLE WANNA. Call out that officer Ross file though he he's had complaints against him. In the Bass what about Rashard, Brooks, criminal record. If, it's relevant on Roth is not relevant. Who did they do they pull up. Did they realize who they were dealing with? They looked at his criminal file. And? They thought this guy. He's got a history. We gotta be careful with him. And suddenly the guy explodes. Are They not allowed to have that information? This is. The mob. Through a desperate political, HUNGRY DA! Trying to ruin a man's life and sent him to prison. For being a police officer? There is plenty of police brutality in this country that we should be enraged about. We should be enraged about the arbor situation. We should be really enraged about George Floyd. Situation we should. To cares about their pasts. But in this situation. You've got a guy who explodes on the police knocked two of them down. Officer Brosnan, according to his lawyer has a concussion. The other officer gives Chase Rashard Brooks turns around and fires at the officer. Who pulls his gun and shoots him? The bottom line here is pretty straightforward if you or I. Had assaulted. Two police officers shoved them to the ground stolen. One of their tasers run, and then turned around to fire it. We to would have been shot. The color of our skin would have nothing to do with it. And that no one wants to distinguish that in everyone wants to give Paul Howard Pass when he is clearly doing this to try to win reelection and by the way put it. Oh, well, no, the grand juries, not even going to be able to get together until after the election is over in October. There's nothing nothing political about this. He actually said that although the election wait, this is a man who accused the Georgia Bureau investigation of investigating him to stir the election. WHO now says? Oh, no, I'm not doing this because of the election and by the way the grand jury can't even meet until October after the election. Wonderful dismiss the charges the day after the election. Just absurd, what is happening? Do you know it's? It's disturbing the amount of e so? I got this show and the other show and in the evening show. It's so Atlanta focused that. Don't really get a lot of PR for. Hey, let me be on your show, but my goodness gracious the amount of. Pr Emails I. Get to be on this program so let let me just say. Let's take AP Moeller. If you weren't here. The first hour molar, the president of.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"With the grandparents in pairs they are being held at gun point more video showed that a store owner had called police describing a group of teens who showed up at his business twice when caring what the man said was a gun after the incident on video the police officer and the boys went back to the store and the boys admitted to having a BB gun which photos indicate looks like a gun community activists want the officer fired by mid week is when Fulton County DA Paul Howard said the decision as to whether to bring charges against the officers involved in the shooting of Richard Brooks would come down that is today yet Vince champion southeast regional director of the international brotherhood of police union thinks it's too soon I think the timing is quick GPI is still doing their investigation that's normally how altering ball shootings work on on the GB I give that they do their investigation city the land gets do their investigation and then usually the just returning your phone now so I think he's he's jumping the gun a little bit on making any kind of charges or decision on this before for mastication stock champion also telling me you have not heard of any actual policing changes for mayor bottoms that what she's spoken about is already a part of a PD police standards we are still in a pandemic there are fifty nine thousand seventy eight confirm coronavirus cases in Georgia now that's an increase of six hundred sixty four within twenty four hours with two thousand five hundred twenty nine related deaths according to the state department of public health on the way this is an ongoing investigation one member suspects two suspects wanted for setting fire to the Windies were racial Brooks was shot.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And that's one of fight broke out Brooks grabbed a police taser and was shot in the back the officer was fired a coroner ruled it a homicide CBS is Jeff brigades the shooting drew condemnation from the Georgia and double ACP it it's president Reverend James major what all we can summon up in four words that we are done hi he is calling for an overhaul of policing and state funding to be diverted to community program Vince champion southeast regional director for the union representing the Atlanta office roles as city officials should have waited before firing the officer who shot and killed Brooks the attorney representing George Floyd's family has released video from a bystander who was there the night he died while he has not moved not one the four officers in the Floyd case are all facing criminal charges at least seven Minneapolis cops have quit or are in the process of doing so citing a lack of support from the city and department leaders not a California CBS's Steve fireman's got the latest on the investigation into the hanging death of a black man the coroner's office says it's likely twenty four year old Robert fuller killed himself it appears that Mr Fowler has tragically died by suicide but reaction to that announcement has been angered Robert fuller's family and friends say he was not suicidal Robert was a little brother to officials want the California Attorney General to conduct an independent investigation and new questions are now also being raised about another similar hanging also involving a black man the took place on may thirty first around fifty miles away.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A field sobriety test and that's one of the fight broke out Brooks grabbed a police taser and was shot in the back the officer was fired a coroner ruled it a homicide CBS is Jeff brigades the shooting drew condemnation from the Georgia and double ACP it it's president Reverend James major what all we can summon up in four words that we are done hi he is calling for an overhaul of policing and state funding to be diverted to community program Vince champion southeast regional director for the union representing the Atlanta office says city officials should have waited before firing the officer who shot and killed Brooks the attorney representing George Floyd's family has released video from a bystander who was there the night he died while he has not moved not one the four officers in the Floyd case are all facing criminal charges at least seven Minneapolis cops have quit or are in the process of doing so citing a lack of support from the city and department leaders not a California CBS's Steve fireman's got the latest on the investigation into the hanging death of a black man the coroner's office says it's slightly twenty four year old Robert fuller killed himself it appears that Mr Fowler has tragically died by suicide but reaction to that announcement has been angered Robert fuller's family and friends say he was not suicidal we just want to know the truth officials want the California Attorney General to conduct an independent investigation and new questions are now also being raised about another similar hanging also involving a black man the took place on may thirty first around fifty miles away.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"He goes to Tulsa Saturday for one of his signature campaign rallies the event rescheduled for Friday which is June eighteenth day marking the end of slavery this arena in Tulsa where the president's going to be having this rally is it's just a few blocks away from what is believed to be the single worst incident of racial violence in American history so it's not just the date is also the location I Democrats were very quick to pounce on this calling it a slap in the face African American ABC's Rachel Scott in twenty two states and Puerto Rico the reporting increasing numbers of covert nineteen trying to virus cases rising across the country Florida setting another record reporting two thousand cases in twenty four hours for the second day in a row Florida's governor saying an outbreak among farm workers and increased testing in nursing homes play a role in the server ABC's arrange Shah the union representing to Atlanta police officers one fired the other reassigned to administrative duties after Friday night's deadly encounter with Richard Brooks after a sobriety stuff is blast blasting the city's mayor Vince champion a southeast regional director of the international brotherhood of police officers and officers are being given no due process I believe it's strictly they're trying to I believe in order to the right like almost to to fix hi I'm stuck being a single black to Megan Miller's ratio bridges will handle everything he was everything these to be him and just like I wouldn't expect me to be him a court in Marshall sentenced American Paul Whelan to sixteen years in prison he was convicted of espionage specifically receiving a USB stick with classified data from a contact when he was in Russia for a wedding in twenty eighteen Whalen family see the data was planted on him without his knowledge you're listening to ABC news W. two seven seven zero WTMJ Milwaukee annex wealth management studio.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on KOMO

"From ABC news I'm Richard Cantu public health experts warned about this in twenty two states and Puerto Rico cases of covert nineteen are on the rise Utah and Oregon rivers they're open they're re opening plants in other states in Utah the coronavirus disproportionately affecting the Hispanic community the fourteen percent of the population but make up forty two percent of cases in nearby Arizona where they've been twelve hundred new cases since Saturday some B. X. bars and restaurants closing down for a second time citing Kobe nineteen exposure both Arizona and Texas setting a new record for hospitalizations ABC's soaring Shah the union representing to Atlanta police officers one fired the other reassigned to administrative duties after Friday night's deadly encounter with Rey shard Brooks after his sobriety stop is blasting the city's mayor Vince champions southeast regional director of the international brotherhood of police officers officers are being given no due process I believe it's strictly they're trying to I believe in order to the right I feel like I'm cyst certificates hi I'm stuck being a single black parents to Micah Miller is Rashard Brooks's willow however that he was ever expected this to be him just like I wouldn't expect me to be him Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard junior who will decide if there will be charges against the two officers reviewing surveillance video he never attempted to get a weapon or anything of that sort and so when you're watching it if you didn't know any better or you would never imagine that this man would end up D. Mexico announced a fully pay Cabrera Sarabia accused of being a senior lieutenant nicknamed the engineer in the Sinaloa cartel has been extradited to the U. S. he was arrested in Mexico in twenty eleven in China at least eighteen people were killed almost two hundred injured when a tanker truck carrying liquefied gas exploded on an expressway south of Shanghai explosion causing extensive damage to nearby buildings you're listening to ABC news balance of nature changing the world one life at a time when I first started balance of nature I was hesitant but two months into the product I begin to see the difference and I have to really admit I was totally surprised I went from swelling feet to know swollen feet the first problem main was the first time this year I job and three years and not just jog three laps I did seventeen lack some feeling alive and not sluggish and tie it I would really like to say you have to try it so you can see the results for yourself even my girlfriend also as I said you need to try this is something can also okay well I'm just so tired and I'm still the end of the block I mean she's told me and I move fast and are now that's because the energy on getting phone balance on nature balance of nature is now offering thirty five percent off on any new preferred order go to balance of nature dot com today and use discount code fruits observing social distancing a tiny number of fans were in the stands at homestead Miami speedway for NASCAR's Dixie vodka four hundred race that one off with the stars and bars of the Confederate flag banned a veteran in attendance welcoming the new era I'm happy that that NASCAR has finally realized that there are so many other people that probably want to come to the track but they didn't feel comfortable and hopefully now they will talk to your drivers.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:09 min | 4 months ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on WSB-AM

"South bill leaving I. eighty five day break free though as you get to north lake parkway exit number thirty six triple team traffic ninety five point five W. SP I'm W. S. he's Edgar tragus keeping those streets safe for peaceful protests are local and state law enforcement personnel from governor Campoli today I want to thank all of those that are out there now they're at home resting and will be back later tonight who will be here tomorrow and the next day and the next day the governor reiterates his full support for everyone's right to protest in peace but for those with other motives his message if those people that are unruly out there thank god we will lay down and we will quit you're in the wrong state now G. B. I. director Vic Reynolds says his agency is now convinced there are people from various groups he says here from out of state bent on causing destruction we're seeing that both our intelligence gathering or social media posts that review daily and what our agents in various officers have seen actually boots on the ground and for now he did not identify those groups live in the new center at Drake it's ninety five point five W. S. B. and all the corona virus state health director Dr to me says the numbers still are headed in the right direction but she is very worried about a possible spike in cases all these crowds this weekend of thousands of people close together most of them not wearing masks criminal charges against six current indoor former Atlanta police officers in that weekend viral video tasing W. espys Veronica waters is live and running some of these charges are heavy duty stuff heavy duty all the way up to aggravated assault which carries a maximum sentence of twenty years behind bars Chandler this champion southeast regional director for the international brotherhood of police officers talk to be just a few minutes ago telling me these two firings are premature and the video doesn't explain fully what led the officers to take those actions on Saturday night they only got one side of the story I'm not saying we know what we don't know yet arteries are still trying to figure out what the officer said he hopes the other officers can hang on to their jobs at least for now yep it tells me one of the officers is expected to surrender tomorrow and the rest by Friday reporting live Arunachal waters ninety five point five WSP interrupted news weather and airborne traffic for your drive home this is the six PM nonstop news feed on ninety five point five W. SP the location of a peaceful protest today Brazelton WSB Jennifer Griffiths there I don't see any international connection intersection of Davis and green we're about fifty protesters most of them college have gathered on the on the street corner right near protest seems like everyone else nine three one bad apple spoils the whole fine how are you reflects the protective elevate black voices also small and friendly with the police demonstration at the police department in Dunwoody today clean up continues in downtown Atlanta Kwan song going to Delhi there like everybody else saying it's gonna take some time so you will be patient hopefully get back soon dozens of businesses are still closed.

"southeast regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"D'agata is in Kabul where there were two suicide attacks. gathered outside election rally for president Ashraf Ghani and his entourage were unhurt and continued campaigning a second Taliban suicide bomb struck at the heart of America's presence here in Kabul only around two hundred yards from the U. S. embassy in military headquarters. and were quick to claim responsibility among the dead military personnel women and children a violent attack on a bike path the Mattapan Boston police say a woman suffered a concussion and cuts and bruises when a man assaulted her on the deposit trail this happened in broad daylight yesterday the suspect is described as a black male in his twenties a fire in Lexington early this morning it broke out of the house under construction off grow street just before two AM the home was blackened and heavily damaged Lexington fire officials say the building was not occupied officials at Veterans Affairs are looking into reports a cancer patient at a facility in Georgia was bitten by a chance ABC's Michelle France it has more the daughter of an Air Force veteran telling WSB TV her father Joel Maribel was bitten one hundred times by chance at the VA Medical Centers eagle's nest community living center in Atlanta that caused officials at the U. S. department of Veterans Affairs to put the V. A.'s southeast regional director in Georgia on administrative leave in addition the regional medical officer and seven other staff members have been reassigned Maribel a cancer patient at that facility reportedly had swollen red bombs before he died earlier this month Michelle Franzen ABC news with parking space is at a premium in Cambridge officials are expected to vote today on a proposal to develop an abandoned courthouse WBZ's Carl Stevens has the story from Cambridge the question before the Cambridge city council is whether to allow the developer of the Sullivan courthouse to lease more than a hundred parking spaces in the city's first St grudge there are strong feelings on this one Cambridge mayor mark McGovern tells me last week's public hearing lasted five hours but today will be different there is no public comment public comment has been closed and so this will be the opportunity for the council to discuss our position and then take some kind of of the mayor's position Lisa those spaces so that huge empty asbestos written court house owned by the state confined to become a useful piece of. a state from Cambridge Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio the Bristol county DA's office is asking for the public's help in a fatal hit and run on I ninety five in Attleboro first responders found a body in a travel lane two nights ago he's identified as John Gauthier say police believe a woman driving a white Cadillac escalade struck him while he was trying to cross the highway any witnesses are asked to call state police gamers are getting their own TV channel think of it as an E. S. P. N. for ease sports van is set to launch next year network backed by many of video gaming's biggest publishers then is short for video game.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Said the district has done everything to provide for Abraham and we'll try to work with his family well we're could completely committed to his safety and his education we're also. mindful of the safety of our staff right so we're trying to balance all of that out and make sure that everyone is doing what they need to do Mr ever said he thought her from school officials or the school district yet he also says he is considering legal action the boy was found almost a mile away from the school the Bristol county DA's office is asking for the public's help in a fatal hit run on I ninety five in Attleboro first responders found a body in a travel lane two nights ago he's identified as John Coffey a state police believe a woman driving a white Cadillac escalade struck him while he was trying to cross the highway any witnesses are asked to call state police to towing companies are in a social media battle WBZ's Karen regal has the story this started when central mass towing in Auburn road accusatory post on Facebook saying a competitor the rental towing in Milbury total car involved in a fatal wreck on route twenty killed in that crash was Michael Robitaille the patriarch of central mass towing Duran's okay held the car in charge of sixteen thousand dollars for storage the deceased family couldn't get the damage car back immediately because the police said the investigation was ongoing now the furries flying on social media to Renzo's head wave the bill and told the telegram the bill was a misunderstanding but the rentals ratings are now in the breakdown lane in need of assistance Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio officials at Veterans Affairs are looking into reports a cancer patient at a facility in Georgia was bitten by chance A. B. C.'s Michelle Franzen has more the daughter of an Air Force veteran telling WSB TV her father Joel Maribel was bitten one hundred times by chance at the VA Medical Centers eagle's nest community living center in Atlanta that caused officials at the U. S. department of Veterans Affairs to put the V. A.'s southeast regional director in Georgia on administrative leave in addition the regional medical officer and seven other staff members have been reassigned Maribel a cancer patient at. facility reportedly had swollen red bombs before he died earlier this month Michelle Franzen ABC news a fire in Lexington early this morning it broke out at a house under construction off Grove street just before two AM the home was blackened and heavily damaged Lexington fire officials say the building was not occupied gamers are getting their own TV channel think of it as an E. S. P. N. for ease sports van is set to launch next year network backed by many of video gaming's biggest publishers then is short for video game entertainment.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"So governor descent this is late. He's gonna be late today instead of getting here at three o'clock to the Broward sheriff's office. He's going to be there at around four thirty this afternoon. So for many of you who I know we're going there. Mechanical problems have forced governor to divert to say Petersburg. Okay. Says a ninety minute delay along with attorney general. Ashley moody, his chief of staff, Shane strum and three members of his executive staff. I believe he also is having the tenant governor with him Ginette Nunez. And this is of course, going to be a statement on holding government officials accountable. Okay. If I were. Sheriff israel. I'd I'd I'd start packing. My boxes. I heard this morning on bills show that he in fact has done nothing except go to work like a good guy. And he's more concerned about his staff than he is about himself. And if anybody believes that I got a bridge to sell you. This is a guy who right after the shooting. You know, literally accused everybody else of being at fault and took no responsibility whatsoever. This is not a man who looks out for his personnel whatsoever. This is not a man who deserves to be. The sheriff of a county as large as Browde accounting in which I live. I have a funny feeling that as a four thirty or five o'clock this afternoon, I'm going to feel a whole lot safer than I've been feeling lately. And I'll tell you I'll tell you why I say that because since sheriff Israel has become the sheriff of Broward County, not only have we had some, you know, horrific events take place, but we have also seen a version of the sheriffs themselves of the police officers in Broward County to all of this. You know crap. They do all this. You know, outreach community outreach. Let me explain something to you. I I believe the community should have a respectful relationship with police officers. I think that they should respect the police officers and the police officers should respect the community. But what I do not believe is that that they should be out there worrying about, you know, giving book bags and chickens away. You know, they need to do law enforcement. We have social workers, and we have a department of health and human services that can handle that stuff. And I saw the Broward sheriff's office take on more and more of the social workers of responsibilities and less and less of actual law enforcement, and that was very concerning. Very disturbing to people like me, not to mention his appointment of the southeast regional director of care. The council on American Islamic relations. As who was busy teaching mosques. How to handle active shooter situations, but didn't bother going into schools to teach how they how the school resource officer should be handling such things. That's the kind of crap that went on during this sheriff's administration. This is a sheriff who refused to come on my show after I endorsed his opponent in the last election. Guess what buddy you still serve as my sheriff? And this is still your audience and the idea that you'd gone everybody's show except mine because I did not endorse or support you. And now I'm looking pretty good compared to everybody who did support and endorse. You aren't I because I knew what a Charlotte's and you were. And you know, why I'm so free today. Because I've been scared for the last two years that you know, he has his power in the county. And I just kept my mouth fairly, quiet. I may let everybody know that I did not support him that he would not come on the show. But I didn't talk about all that touchy feely creepy stuff that was going on in Broward County that had nothing to do with law enforcement whatsoever. I didn't talk about the fact that within the jail system here in Broward County, something that I frequently go into. Things were messy to say, the least Undersheriff Israel. Listen.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"You know get them find who their toll charge they're they're talking because they want to figure out who their associates were on and on and there are a number of incidents like that that when the fbi very strongly in memphis in the late sixties tried to undercut the black power movement and it's very similar and the way they went about it to the whole mccarthyism era of fifties in that they went after sympathizers supporters associates in addition to the actual activists and so and again people got hurt in that there there is there's a man who actually is going to be speaking with me tonight bobby doctor who was a longtime activist in in the movement who by the late sixties was working for the us civil rights commission as a field representative in memphis he went on to become the southeast regional director here in atlanta where he worked for the organization from forty years but early on he nearly lost his job because of these fbi investigations and withers played a role in that i mean he was deemed somebody withers and other informs kickback information that hey look this guy he's he's at some black power oriented meetings he's he's at social gatherings with these with these activists and at one point ernest even pass on picture he tells his handler bill lawrence you know i was covering this march and bobby doctor was here and he was holding hands with this woman you know embodies married and was married but they married to each other and so in lawrence i gotta have the picture he got the picture and you know of course he puts it all in the report and so you know they're trying to undercut him he had a colleague there rosetta miller same kind of thing where there's some pictures passes on rumors about her and tells them that she's the kind who will give aid and comfort is how lawrence paraphrase withers we'll give aid and comfort to the black power groups so that's the thing about this that i think andrew young bless his heart didn't consider when he thinks you know that these were so innocent and what what would it matter to a transparent movement.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on WCHS

"Of freedom and colonel denny gillem who are the frontlines of freedom team really appreciate you joining us this fine day in america because we have for you this hour first we're gonna talk with the travis manion foundation they do wonderful things around our nation it's a group is growing you're going to love hearing about him then tony pacelli will share about his interesting book the marine corps way of war this is a serious book was a really good ideas for people were in combat and we absolutely will reviews last weekend's fantastic army navy football game of course will conclude with our weekly mailbag military history and are under america report now it's time to discuss the travis manion foundation and joining us now is unanimous the southeast regional director who frontlines of freedom jenna local jenny i appreciate you having me you're an army that when where how why did you serve i was commissioned after graduating from the united states military academy and two thousand in three i share the war six years in the army with wanted to point that you iraq i have a history of military service with my dad sebring for twenty five years in the marine corps many times people can join me to ask me why i joined the army versus the navy and they tell them swimming definitely had a lot to do with it but it was a great opportunity to wear the uniform and checked my country and and continue in that light of i appreciate that and i also suspect that back earlier this month when army beat data you took some pleasure in that it was a great victory that where we have a winning streak going so let's keep it up we do we do okay uh how did you when you go the service how did you hear about get involved with the foundation how that happen i wish and album military in two thousand nine and when i did so i had a couple of opportunities to work and the federal government and also retail management during that time i really miss the the kamata re of the military community and giving pakistan and tangibly being able to touch the lives of others i so i was.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Manion foundation they do wonderful things around our nation it's a group is growing and you're gonna love hearing about him then tony pacelli will share about his interesting book the marine corps way of war this is a serious book with some really good ideas for people were in combat and we absolutely will reviews last weekend's fantastic army navy football game uh of course will conclude with our weekly mailbag military history and are under unamerican report now it's time to discuss the travis manion foundation and joining us now is yunan nash the southeast regional director welcome to frontlines of freedom gina you're an army that when where how why did you serve three i commissioned after graduating from the united states military academy and two thousand in three i served four six years in the army look wanted to pointed to iraq i have a history of military service with my dad seven caller twenty five years in a marine corps many times people can kill me to ask me why i joined the army versus the navy and i i tell them swimming definitely had a lot to do with it but it was a great opportunity to wear the uniform and so i country and and continue in that light of london asked him well i appreciate that and i also suspect that uh uh earlier this month when army the navy ah you took some pleasure in that it will do a great victory now where we have a winning streak going let's keep it up we do we do okay uh how did you when you go the service how did you hear about get involved with the foundation uh how that happen i wish him out of the military in two thousand nine and when i did so i had a couple of opportunities to work and the federal government and also we management during that time i really miss the the kamata re of the military community and giving packing and tangibly being able to touch the lives of others i saw the forms an opportunity to work the ft veterans service organisation and that's when i.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Greenies warriors there is an american citizen from cheetah shining see welcome different lines of freedom on colonel denny gillem who are the frontlines of freedom team really appreciate you joining us this fine day in america because we have for you this hour first we're going to talk with the travis manion foundation they do wonderful things around our nation it's a group is growing and you're gonna love hearing about him then tony pacelli will share about his interesting book the marine corps way of war this is a serious book was a really good ideas for people who were in combat and we absolutely will reduce last weekend's fantastic army navy football game of course will conclude with our weekly mailbag military history and are under america report now it's time to discuss the travis manion foundation and joining us now is yunan nash the southeast's regional director while the the phone lines of freedom ginette funchal i appreciate you having me you're in on the that when where how why did you serve i was commissioned after graduating from the united states military academy and two thousand in three or four six years in the army with one but pointed to iraq i have a history of military service with my dad seven for twenty five years for the marine corps many times people can killing me to ask me why i joined the army versus the navy and like i saw them swimming definitely had a lot to do with it but it was a great opportunity to wear the uniform and so my country and continue and that a lot of what you can ask them i appreciate that and i also suspected mrta back earlier this month when army the data you took some pleasure in that it will the great big three that where we have a winning streak the let's keep it up we do we do okay uh how did you will you go the service how did you hear about get involved with the foundation how that happen i think this should involve the military in two thousand nine and when i so i have a couple of opportunities to work and the federal government and also we tell management during that time i really miss the.

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"southeast regional director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"southeast regional director" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Levin greenies warriors there a miracle every citizen from swedish i mean see welcomed different lines of freedom on colonel denny gillem who are the frontlines of freedom team really appreciate you joining us this fine day in america because we have for you this hour first we're going to talk with the travis manion foundation they do wonderful things around our nation it's a group that is growing and you're going to love hearing about him then tony pacelli will share about his interesting book the marine corps way of war this is a serious book was a grisly good ideas for people were in combat and we absolutely will reviews last weekend's fantastic army navy football game of course will conclude with our weekly mailbag military history and our armed american report now it's time to discuss the travis manion foundation and joining us now is an nash the southeast regional director to frontlines of freedom gina fogel you're an army that when where how why did you serve i was commissioned after graduating from the united states military academy and two thousand and three must care for six years in the army look wanted to point that you iraq i have a history of military service with my dad seventy for twenty five years in the marine corps many times people can kill me to ask me why i joined the army versus the navy and they expel them swimming definitely had a lot to do with it but it was a great opportunity to wear the uniform and so if my country and and continue and that might have been asking for it and i also suspect that uh back earlier this month when army be data you took some pleasure in that it was a great vicory now where we have a winning streak ballet let's keep it up we do we do okay how did you when you go the service how did you hear about get involved with the foundation ah w how that happen i wish you out of the military and two thousand nine and when i did so i have a couple of opportunities to work and the federal government and also we tell management during that time i really miss the kamata re of.

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