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School gunman had AR-15-style weapon, 600 rounds of ammo
"The 19 year old who killed two people and wounded 7 others in a high school shooting in St. Louis may have offered an explanation for Monday's shooting St. Louis police commissioner Michael sack says Orlando Harris left behind a handwritten note He wrote quote I don't have any friends I don't have any family I've never had a girlfriend I've never had a social life I've been in isolated loner my entire life This was the perfect storm for a mask shooter Sex is Harris was armed with an AR-15 style rifle and what appeared to be more than 600 rounds of ammunition He says Harris had ammunition strapped to his chest and in a bag and that additional magazines were found dumped on stairwells I am Donna water
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"Theresa May all prime ministers all former will sit in parliament in the conservative parties back bench. Central figure in Hong Kong's crackdown on dissidents, Jimmy lai has two more convictions now two counts of fraud. In spite of a formal suspension of bilateral negotiations on a wide front, the top climate climate envoys from China and the U.S. have been quietly trading some messages Russian court has refused to hear an appeal for WNBA star Brittany griner. U.S. president Joe Biden warning Russia against using a nuclear or any kind of radioactive weapon in Ukraine calling them false flag attacks. St. Louis police department says the former student who opened fire at a central performing arts high school came to school with more than 600 rounds of ammunition for his AR-15 rifle. In San Francisco, I met Baxter, this is Bloomberg, back to New York, Kathleen. All right, thank you so very much. You know, we're watching the fed so closely. Are they going to do more aggressive rate hikes? Are they going to pause? Are they going to piss it? But for central banks themselves, there's a very big question brewing and it's getting bigger and bigger by the day. They're paying more interest. They're reducing the money that governments may need to make up holes at central banks. How does this all work and why does it matter so much? Let's ask and occur and he's Bloomberg chief Asia economics correspondent big story on Bloomberg dot com on the bloomer terminal today in a PC co wrote. So end up. First, set the table, explain to us how this works. The fed has bought all these bonds. Now the yields have risen, the prices have fallen and where that leaves them. So let's say for money years, central banks were making profits from the portfolio of bonds that they held on their balance sheet that they bought over the years during QE, for example, that are making money from the bonds that they hold on one side, and on the other side, the bank deposits that they hold, their only paying a very low rate of interest. So that's not costing them very much money to hold that. So broadly speaking, central banks were making money and then they were able to pay their governments a dividend. The other way, central banks make money, of course, is from printing currency. Now that has changed because inflation has forced interest rates to go up and as we all know, the bond market has slumped. Therefore, essential banks are losing money on their bond holdings. And then on the other side, I am sorry. On the other side of bedroom, they're not having to pay higher interest rates on the deposits of banks hold. So the net result is there are not making profits anymore. They're losing money. I'm being clear. We knew this was pretty much inevitable, right? And we've seen it not just in the U.S., but we've seen it in the UK. Is it going to happen to other central banks? It's happening around the world. It's happening in Australia. They've detailed the losses that they're they are incurring. It's happening in the Eurozone. It is not happening in Japan, for example, because they're not selling their bonds, for example. And this is the problem with this Kathleen. So there's a headline story here, which is that central banks are losing money and may not be able to pay the same dividend that they pay the government. That's correct. But of course, we then go into a world of accounting because in many cases these are paper losses. They are not losses that are realized. There's no question of the potential for bank. Going broke, for example. Yeah, in fact, when they pause and bond yields rally, then it kind of reverses some of this. It put us in perspective, though. These government budgets are billions and billions of natural trillions of dollars, right? So how much of how much of a percent is the funding for the government this kind of thing? Oh, it shouldn't be that material, a caffeine and indecisive national balance sheet. I agree, it should not be a game changer, but it's more about this is where people start arguing about what does it mean. So does agreement on what's actually happening, but then there's less clear what does it all mean? The issue is that at the very least, it's not a good look for central banks. They make themselves an easy political target. They went out with QE whether one agrees with it or not. They went out with QE and now they're losing money. So if you're a critic of QE, you're going to say, hang on, it's like you guys are losing money, you're costing our finance, our finite military money as a result. So the feeling that it might start to encroach on their independence might give Central Bank critics more ammunition. And by the way, in some cases, it will force finance ministries to borrow money to fix the holes in central Central Bank balance sheets. Every Central Bank has different agreements, but those that are guaranteed by the government will probably have to see their finance minister find money from similar to fix up their balance sheet. So there will be some financial costs. But the biggest issue, biggest issue is independence. They always seem to find the money somewhere, but I guess a very basic question as well. And does it materially affect? Their ability to do what they have to do in terms of balance sheet runoffs in terms of running off the bond purchase programs, these countries have had these central banks, I should say. And to move rates around the way they need to. Yep, this is, again, it gets very divisive when you speak to the experts in this Kathleen. I'll say broadly speaking, it shouldn't really impact the near term policy debate, but there is a view that going forward, it might narrow their options a little bit, and at a very least it might make QE or other policies like that might make it harder to sell next time around because again, if you're a critic, you're going to say, wait a minute, if you go and do that, you're just going to cost your country billions and losses. Yeah, and actually, and of course, many economists, Central Bank watchers think that these that this extraordinary toolbox is something that could be used again. And always great to have you on Bloomberg, chief Asia, economics correspondent
"st. louis police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The store nearest you, or go to Lowe's dot com for details on the latest credit offers going on now. Closing arguments set to begin today in the trial of Daryl Brooks accused of killing 6 people and injuring more than 60 others when he drove an SUV into a Christmas parade in Waukesha last year, Brooks faces 6 counts of first degree intentional homicide as well as other counts, he has been very disruptive during the whole process today, no exception. Yeah, I give her an offer into evidence. I'm going to stop you. Once again, I'm not going to have this discussion and debate. Judge Jennifer doro has removed him from the courtroom yet again today, Brooks continually objected to being called by his name, disrupted the proceedings shortly before the jury entered. So see if things actually do get underway in Wisconsin. St. Louis police identifying two of the people who were killed in a high school shooting yesterday, the suspect identified as 19 year old Orlando Harris, he graduated from the central visual and performing arts high school, St. Louis south side last year, no motive for the shooting. Police say a 16 year old girl was killed as well as a 61 year old teacher who got between the shooter and her students to protect them. A child shot and killed inside of a south side home Monday night, it happened in the 3600 block of south Rhodes, the child shot in the head transported to comer children's hospital. And a mother is cooperating in the other people that was there on cooperating too. Like I say, this is a very close knit family very respectful. Police do believe that the shooting was accidental
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"Forgiveness and admission that he was wrong. This is the officer Tatum show. 8 four four 9 zero zero 72 43. That's 8 four four 9 zero zero 70 two 43. This is the officer Tatum show. And afraid to tell it like it is. Welcome back to the off stage cell ladies and gentlemen. Slow
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"Some of y'all have no idea what busybody is or that song. I'm not condoning hip hop music, but that be go hard though. All right, let me get a couple callers in Donovan from Atlanta. Welcome to the off potato show. Hey, how are you? Hey, how you doing, sir? Bless. Welcome to the show. Hey, how you doing? Hey, I know it was yesterday. Obviously, Donovan actually military right now. Listen, I'm from Atlanta, you know, Herschel Walker, another old subject. I know there's a lot of drugs you towards them everything like that. It's crazy to me how people can find God, you know, people change the ways and other people who don't, they doesn't fit their narrative, but they just start, no. Just please survive them. Whenever you get every time you come up and do something, you know, brave and bold. Yeah, I agree. And Donovan, thanks so much for the call. Yeah, I think it's interesting because I think Donovan had made mention about judgment and, you know, I think that we as Christians have the right to judge people. We just don't have the right to condemn them. You should know them by their fruits. I mean, you should judge, you can judge a person whether or not you need to be involved with them, whether or not they can watch your kids, whether or not they'll be a good fit for your business. You can make judgments based on their behavior, but condemnation is the problem because when you say that a person can never be reconciled or converts can never be never found a law that they're going to go to hell and you start saying these things that are levels of condemnation it's impossible for you to do that because you can't condemn a man that you don't know their heart. But you can't make a judgment and I think those words may be in a change sometimes and I think that maybe Christians sometimes want to be nice and they say you shouldn't judge people, but it's like, yeah, you're supposed to judge people. But the condemnation part of it is where the fault is that, you know, if I was on this radio and I was talking about how many women I slept with and I'm doing all this in this and all that, you're probably going to say, okay, Brandon is this type of person. How are you going to say that to be a Christian at the same time? I don't think that he observed Christian values that's judgment and his judgment based on the factual presentation that I've presented. A presentation that I have shown. And so it's fair to judge me on that. You know, if a person goes to prison for being a pedophile, it's fair to say, I don't want that person around my children. That's a judgment you're judging them based on their stuff. But to say you're going to hail and you don't deserve to be saved by God and all that condemnation is a no go. Only God can judge where you're going to go ultimately. But it's up to us to be able to weed, you know, separate, or at least identify the separation that's occurring between the wheat and the tear. Dina, from Brooklyn, welcome to the off state of the show. I'm thinking of Herschel Walker and you know, he didn't say he doesn't believe in sex. He doesn't believe in abortion, but a person can be involved and I'm not saying that he is, but if that woman wanted to have an abortion whoever, and he didn't want her to have it, how is he going to stop her? I mean, he doesn't believe in it, maybe. He doesn't believe in it. Maybe he thinks it's a terrible thing that nobody should do this, but he could have been involved in this because he didn't say he didn't believe in sex. You know, I don't think he's a hypocrite and I think God judges by the heart. And nobody can say what was in his heart, no matter what happened. Yeah, a 1000%, Dana, thank you so much for the call. You couldn't have said it better. You couldn't have said it better. A man, let me tell you this. I mean, not as a man is representing himself a certain way. A man can believe that sex before marriage is wrong, even though that person has had sex before marriage or her is having sex before marriage. They can still believe that it's wrong and know that it's wrong. And they have been subject to it, but they know it's wrong. A person can believe that abortion is wrong and then you have, you know, you have relationships with a woman out of state and then the woman go and have an abortion and you feel bad for it because she broke now and you didn't agree with it, you didn't want her to do it, but you reimbursed her is with the accusation was. I don't know how true it is. But you can still feel like that was the wrong thing to do and you did it. You know what I'm saying? I'm not saying that you're a good role model in the example if you are hypocritical in your statements versus your actions. But I still think, you know, they make it way out of proportion. They blow these things way out of proportion. I know a lot of things, you know, that's sometimes where people make me so upset and I struggle with not hating them. I know that hating people is wrong. Although it makes me upset enough to hate a person, but I know it's wrong. So that doesn't mean because I struggle with not with unforgiveness and sometimes doesn't mean I don't believe in forgiveness. know, I don't know if that's a good analogy or not. I'm hoping that people can see what I'm trying to get to is that, you know, that's the point that will set you free is that if you can at least admit to the wrong doing. The problem is if you don't think it's wrong, it's just the same thing about and I'm going to get to really factor in a minute, but the same thing about homosexuality. There are people who are want to be Christian and they're living a homosexual lifestyle and they know that it's wrong according to the Bible and they want to pursue doing something different. Then there's those who claim to be Christian and they don't want to admit that it's wrong and they live a life doing something wrong would never admit to the truth. The first step to recovery is admitting that you have an issue going on. And I think that God can deal with people like that and God can rescue people like that if they are open to admit that the things that they're doing are the things that they have done was actually wrong. And there's a level of repentance that can occur and you open up the possibility for God to forgive you for these things. And that's the biggest thing between Herschel Walker and his whole situation, I think it comes down to redemption
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Be Problem Solvers, Not Problem Causers
"I'm trying to understand that sentiment because when I listen to, you know, I used to listen to people. It's a guy named James T Harris. He has a show with conservative circus. I listened to James C Harris and I used to be upset with James T Harris because he used to always go after Barack Obama. But then when I started to consider that what he was actually saying and I began to grow mentally from my whole mentality of I have to be a Democrat, I had to be a Democrat, I started to really see that, well, maybe, you know, the stuff he's saying is making sense. Now, some of it may be hard some of it, I may not like, but is it the truth or is it not the truth? And for me, you know, what's happening is you're hearing from conservatives are response to liberals. They're out here in the ether and all they do is complain about victimhood. All the black and brown person is oppressed. The people who are in political positions on the liberal side, they're always complaining, they're always bashing white people, they're always crying about racism, racism, racism. They say they need to defund the police, police are out here attacking black people. And then you hear somebody on the other side, which is in the conservative on the conservative side as a black man, you get sick of that stuff.
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"st. louis police" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Is the officer Tatum show. And the Salem news channel on the Salem podcast network and right here right now. Ladies and gentlemen, ladies and gentlemen, legitimately gentlemen ladies and gentlemen, ladies and gentlemen, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to the outside of the show. Let me get some callers that call it in 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three. Don from Dallas Texas, welcome to the upstate show. Don, welcome to the offset of the show. All right, I don't think we got, I don't think we got done connected. Three strikes you out. Maybe Don fell asleep behind the wheel or something. But Don's comment was that Herschel Walker's donations have doubled since all of these things have come out about him or against him. And I would be shocked, then, you know, I think people view this as an attack on her should walker and not necessarily him getting exposed. I have done. So can we bring down back in, Don, welcome to the oce Tatum show. Hey, thanks for being there. My pleasure. I think it was Fox News today. News world, they are saying since this all came out about Herschel Walker, his the donations to him have almost doubled. That's interesting. I wonder why I wonder why. Well, the people like Herschel, I donated Adam. I'm not very rich song. I can't put in my jam, but I do what I can. Yeah, it's interesting concept done. Thank you so much for the call. You know, people, you know, I'm just gonna say without any other day sayers and the drama and the accusations, I really like I said more Herschel. I really like Herschel. Like he comes across as a very down to earth genuine southern guy. Who literally he really cares about this country, you know? It's just very genuine. It's not superfluous. It's not like he putting on at least it doesn't seem like he's putting on being somebody that he's not. It honestly seems like Herschel is just a southern guy down to earth that just want to make a difference in the community. I don't really think he's doing it because he's narcissistic, socialist. Here I forgive me. A narcissistic selfish individual. I think he really, really, really want to see this country do better. And you know, a person like that, I'm a 100% in support of, and you know, I'd vote for him. I'm just being real. I vote for him. Warnock is a complete nut job. These people like that will ruin our country. And they don't deserve any kind of respect. And respect, I'm not giving them. Call in 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three. Murder rate in America, they try to act like the murder rate in America and the crime that we have been seeing is a residual effect or not residual effect was 100% responsible for the COVID-19 virus in 2020. I don't think that's the case. If that's the case, then we'll see a spike in murders in 2020 and in 2021, 22 comes along and then we should not see the same violence spikes. However, an article according to Fox News writer, it says violent crime continues to rise across the USA, the USA, according to an annual estimate from the FBI released on Wednesday. Murder Seth increased 4.3% last year and rise from 22,000 to 22,900 while rapes while rape incidents rose as well. The FBI acknowledged that violent crimes is at the very least matching the highest level since in 2020. Which surged nearly 30% over 2019. Nonetheless, the final crimes slipped slightly across the nation as a whole falling 1% from 1.3 million incidents in 2020 to 1.3 1 million in 2021, 2021 rose 5% over 2019. However, it says also the FBI released release comes months after the bureau deputy director Paul Abbott admitted that homicides and assaults were occurring at an appalling rate in April. No. Of course we saw a little bit of influx. And I attribute that influx to Black Lives Matter and all these crazy deranged people going out and killing and still in thugging. But to see the crime steel rise, you know, more than 2019 is still troubling. I mean, crime is still going on. It's not necessarily because of the pandemic. It's really because of these criminals have been emboldened. To do things that, you know, that they're not going to be held accountable for. I mean, even all the way to kidnapping people. Unless they get unless they get caught, we're not going to find them. A four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three. I got to kill people calling in, but I want to let you give a chance to come in. I don't want to have to cut you off because I'm running up against the clock less than a minute. Left on the agenda, I want to make this announcement. I won't be here tomorrow. I'll be out of town and I believe we're going to have Carl Jackson feeling for me. He's an incredible car Jack. Yeah, I know who he is. Y'all probably know who he is before you knew who I was, but Carl is going to feel in for me. He's out there in Florida. I know he has a lot of insight on what's going on with the San Francis and the hurricane and all of
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Kamala Harris Makes Incoherent Statement on Pro-Life Movement
"Let me get to Kamala's clip. Road clip two. Consciously and affirmatively, respecting. That we should not. There's nothing about this movement that in any way is trying to convert people. To change people in terms of what are their deeply held beliefs as it relates to their faith. If she say as it relates to one more time, I'm gonna lose my mind and walk off the radio. This chick, the passage of time as it relates to the passage of time because when time passes, it passes in time in passing time. That's what that's what she sounds like. Cackling Kamala. I mean, listen, you know, I'm very shocked that some of these people claim to be Christians or Catholics and all this other stuff. And they support an abortions. I never get it.
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Man Sentenced to Life for Killing Retired Officer
"Let me get back to David dorn because this was a situation that kind of hit close to home with me, giving the fact that I'm a former police officer. And I saw the video of David dorn, his last breath. I saw the video, people played it online. If you asked me watching David dorn, breathe his last breath was a lot more traumatic and my opinion than George Floyd. Yet nobody cared except conservatives about David dorm. Let me finish the article that I was expressing to you guys before. And it says dawn and for officers were struck by bullets while other officers were pelted with rocks and fireworks and 55 businesses were burglarized and damaged across St. Louis during this protest and it says protests they should say tears the tag and they should call it a riot.
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"Bring y'all by the school.
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Emerson Collins on 'Bring Your Bible to School Day'
"Could you please explain to the people the significance of this particular event annual event of encouraging young people are people in general to bring their bibles to school. Yeah, Brandon, thanks so much for having me. Yeah, the reason why it's so important that you bring your Bible to school is because the Bible is so important. God's word is so important. It doesn't take very long to look around and see the darkness in our world and in our culture and the same that is so prevalent around us. And how do we fight that thing? Well, the Bible is our story. The Bible is our weapon. And we are like warriors. And we should not be warriors in a battle zone in a war zone without our weapons to fight the enemy. So God's word is our weapon against the forces of darkness. And not only that, it is also a source of life itself. And you bring the work of God with you into your school places into your areas of education for that that light can shine God's truth can shine in those areas where we desperately need it.
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Who Are We to Judge?
"Can I just keep it real with y'all for a second? Am I gonna really judge Herschel down the domestic violence thing is a little different, but Herschel Walker having four kids by four different women. Am I really gonna come out against him when I got two kids about two different women? I'm just being honest. And everybody that's honest, that's willing to keep it 100. Some of y'all know that if the roads, if you had, you know, your luck had run out a couple times, you would have more kids than you have now. You just so happened to do something you weren't supposed to be doing. And you just got lucky. Now I'm not saying it's luck, a specifically, or a bad luck that you have more than one kid or multiple kids because at the end of the day, if you don't want to be, you don't want to have kids, you should be bumping and grinding and pumping and sweating. But all of us know that we're one step away from making really bad mistakes. I think some people will know that have been in situations where you are in a tumultuous relationship with a woman who was absolutely out of her mind that you know that you were one step away from being involved in a domestic violence dispute. You probably wanted to, but you got enough common sense to know that you're not going to put your hands on somebody, but that's been the rest of your life. It's been a long period of time in jail and running your reputation and your kids look at you crazy now and now you're a DV person.
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"st. louis police" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Year veteran of the Tucson police department. He's a YouTube sensation with 1.9 million subscribers. He started blexit with Candace Owens, and now he's tackling his biggest assignment yet. This is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to another day. On the opposite show, I'm your host Brandon Tatum. Yesterday I spoke about this to an extent beyond imaginable about Herschel Walker and the whole dilemma with him and his son and his run for the Senate seat in the state of Georgia. You know, Brandon, why do you feel like that this is important? Because I'm a father. In this country, according to the way we look at people and race, I'm a black man. And then also when you look at the political position that Hershey walkers in, he's a conservative. So as a father, as a black conservative, this is very interesting and I believe I have some insight. I'm a finish it, though, or say, I'm just going to give a short brief synopsis of it. And then we're going to move to something else. I ain't talking about this all day. But I know a lot of people are wondering, and a lot of people have said this to me even yesterday. Will Herschel Walker be able to fare after what was said of the day? Will he be able to finish strong in the race? And there's a compelling argument that a lot of people may be thinking this is a takedown knockdown drag out against Herschel Walker, but if you look at history, people have done much worse and still fare better. Let's start with 5 major reasons why Herschel Walker could still overcome this. Now I'm not saying these are set in stone 100% these are going to be reasons that are effectively going to take place and we're going to see the results of them. I don't know, but I'm just going to give things to think about. The first one is the distrust of the liberal media. People have already turned themselves off to the media. They don't want to hear what the media has to say. And even when you look at what Herschel Walker has been accused of doing and some of those things that he actually did and verified that he did, people don't want to listen to the media explain it. And even if the media explains it, they don't trust what the media is saying. So to distrust for the media is at an all time high and I believe that deployed to destroy him and not be fair and balanced about their articulation of who's a better candidate is going to hurt the media and not hurt her walker. Also, I know that you guys are old enough to remember this guy that was in the Oval Office literally doing X rated stuff, mister Bill Clinton. Now, Bill Clinton was accused of various sex misconduct allegations, and he also was guilty of multiple instances of adultery. This man is in The White House, married. On the people's dime, taking a young intern in and doing all kinds of stuff. We only know what he got caught in what she said that he did. Who knows if he had been doing this before with other people in a similar or more exaggerated manner, but nonetheless, this fool was in the Oval Office, cheating on his wife in front of the world. And he still didn't lose. Or at least at least people still believe in him and his ratings did not go by the wayside. He still had another opportunity at it. Donald Trump, I know a lot of people don't like me saying this, but Donald Trump was grabbing him by the nookie wookiee. And he even said he did it. On a private conversation with another individual on access Hollywood tapes is what they call it. I mean, Donald Trump has been openly involved or people were made aware that he was cheating on his wife. One of his wives. And, you know, he still survived. People still love Trump. You know, when he came out with all this stuff, all these allegations, he still came through. People wanted to vote for him more. You know, same thing with now. I mean, I vote for Trump again. What he doing his own personal bedroom ain't nothing to do with me or the things that he's done in the past. It doesn't seem like he's still doing the same thing. So I'm a little more forgiving. That the closeness of the Senate and the Georgia role and the Democrat control of the Senate race and Georgia's being controlled by Democrats. And when you look at it, you think people are saying, okay, what are we evaluating here? Are we evaluating specifically this man's character, which we're willing to throw our whole country away just because his son came out and said some negative derogatory things about it, which are disgusting, not disgusting that he said it, but disgusting if it was a reality and it actually happened. But what are you going to vote for? You're going to not vote for him and you're going to vote for the Democrat. You're going to vote for war not? It Warnock is my 5th one. Because a lot of people may not remember Warnock, you know, he takes an incredibly polarizing stance on abortion. He want abortion to be legal all the way to term. And it says with the bill that he voted for, going beyond what they call it fetal viability, the standard set for roe V wade as revised by 1992, Casey versus Planned Parenthood, both overturned by the Supreme Court earlier this year, and it says many anti abortion abortion voters who would be most concerned about the allegations against walker might therefore view voting for war not as making them more complicated or complicit in abortions. Anti abortion groups have been working to appeal to men and women who have been involved in abortions of themselves and may have regretted it. But when you look at war Knox involvement, not only is political stands, his potential rain in the United States Senate as a complete socialist nut job. And so these are your options. You go with him or you go with Herschel Walker. And I think a lot of people may still actually pick Herschel Walker despite some of the things that were said against him. And I'll say this, man. He who is without seeing cast the first stone, what do you mean, mister Tatum? I'm not telling you to be exactly like Jesus. But what I'm telling you is that a lot of people can look in the mirror and many people that's voting got more than one baby mama. I mean, you listen to one right here on the radio. I had a relationship in college. We were engaged, didn't work out. I had, you know, my son is 12 now. And then I got remarried, and now we got a little bow. So I got my baby caden ambo. But they're from two different women. Am I gonna judge? Can I just keep it real with y'all for a second? Am I gonna really judge Herschel down the domestic violence thing is a little different, but Herschel Walker having four kids by four different women. Am I really gonna come out
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Can Herschel Walker Recover After Recent Accusations?
"Yesterday I spoke about this to an extent beyond imaginable about Herschel Walker and the whole dilemma with him and his son and his run for the Senate seat in the state of Georgia. You know, Brandon, why do you feel like that this is important? Because I'm a father. In this country, according to the way we look at people and race, I'm a black man. And then also when you look at the political position that Hershey walkers in, he's a conservative. So as a father, as a black conservative, this is very interesting and I believe I have some insight. I'm a finish it, though, or say, I'm just going to give a short brief synopsis of it. And then we're going to move to something else. I ain't talking about this all day. But I know a lot of people are wondering, and a lot of people have said this to me even yesterday. Will Herschel Walker be able to fare after what was said of the day? Will he be able to finish strong in the race? And there's a compelling argument that a lot of people may be thinking this is a takedown knockdown drag out against Herschel Walker, but if you look at history, people have done much worse and still fare better.
"st. louis police" Discussed on WTOP
"Nations. Can expect to stay behind in this race for space. John logged in, the author of John F. Kennedy and the race to the moon says it was less about space, more about politics and setting ambitious goals for the country. The most memorable phrases out of this speech. We do these things not because they are easy, but because they are hard. Peter king, CBS News. St. Louis cardinal slugger Albert Pujols hit his 697th home run Sunday moving past Alex Rodriguez into fourth place on the career home runs list. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by rocket mortgage. When you need cash out of your home and a simple way to get it, rocket can. It's two O three Monday, September 12th, 2022 high today, 86 Good morning, I'm Stephanie gaines Bryan at the top local stories we're following this hour. Two men are dead after separate shootings in D.C. this weekend. The first shooting happened Saturday afternoon inside a home in the area of 13th in Congress streets in southeast. D.C. police say 18 year old Lonzo Malcolm was killed. Another man was hospitalized and is expected to survive. The other shooting happened Sunday morning on T street northwest, near the Howard theater. D.C. police say they found 50 year old Stephane Jenkins with gunshot wounds. He died at the scene. Anyone with information about either shooting is asked to contact Metropolitan Police. A prince George's county councilman is sharing his ideas on what else is needed to reduce crime in the county, as a curfew continues for teens this week. Whatever is happening isn't working. Prince George's county councilman Mel Franklin wants to see more steps taken in the county to reduce crime, especially among young people, even with a new curfew rule for teen 16 and under in the county. I really like to see us look at. What are we doing in terms of prosecution and rehabilitation? He's also concerned about the size of the county's police department. We've lost so many officers. And if we need to propose some legislation to the General Assembly to create more accountability here in the county, we should do that. Anneliese Gayle, WTO news. Virginia state police are investigating a deadly crash
"st. louis police" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To do either one, I'm happy to for you to join the show. And Jim is off tonight I'm in for him right now. The phone number was given to you. It's open phone America. I'm always happy to do that. But first, a couple of headlines. So the Biden administration has announced executive action on what they call the climate crisis. Then, a jury has convicted a man who's murdered the retired St. Louis police captain David dorn. I don't know if you remember that. That was a really gruesome video of him bleeding out and then one of the other writers actually stayed by his side and was like screaming. Don't leave me OG, don't leave me. It was very touching because, you know, they were there to rob stuff, but they weren't there to kill people, at least that one guy wasn't, but one guy got out of hand and shot the guy that was a security guard who ended up being a retired police captain. And it was really sad. Horrible story. Then there's a Fox News article citing a source saying that Hunter Biden's investigation is now reaching a critical stage and there has been comment from the Department of Justice. So that's interesting. Maybe we'll chat about that in a little bit. Biden has made a very big gap and we're going to get to that in a second. And there's been talk all week long about the heat in the UK. Now, I get it. It's usually cold and rainy and whatnot, but I mean, there's a lot bigger news than it's hot in England, right? I mean, maybe I'm wrong, you let me know. Give me a call and let me know, or you could tweet at me at ridge valve that's with an S now, I want to give you a headline from the onion compliments of our producer here, Alex Hinton. He sent me this article yesterday and I neglected to read it, but this is the headline from the onion, as you know, this is satire. Democrats are worried Biden will be healthy enough to run in 2024. Scrambling for how to respond to the incumbent, potentially topping their ticket again, party operatives confided in reporters Monday that Democrats across the nation were extremely worried that President Biden would be healthy enough to seek reelection. Now, that wasn't the case today by his own words in his own admissions, whether it was a gaffe or a bombshell, but President Biden basically said that he had a health element, and it was really interesting. I want you to listen to this. And guess what? The
"st. louis police" Discussed on KOMO
"Charged with murder in a house explosion near St. Louis Police say the blast killed four people who were assembling fireworks in a garage ABC's day packer St. Louis county prosecutors say Terrell cooks and Seneca mayhead made those fireworks and directed younger people on how to load the canisters and attach a fuse for lighting they would then sell the fireworks to others either cooks nor mayhem had a license to make or sell fireworks Sales 350 gs for the pair generally you don't see this number of evacuations nor destroyed real estate in many places ABC's Lama Hassan Heavy rains hit China's southern provinces triggering floods and mudslides In the Huang Ji region at least a 145,000 people were evacuated and more than 2700 houses collapsed An Oscar winning movie director facing allegations he sexually assaulted a woman in southern Italy being detained in that country Paul haggis The 69 year old director is in Italy to attend a film festival that starts next week in the southern town of ostuni Italian media report the prosecutors are investigating allegations involving a young foreign woman Paul haggis has been previously accused of sexual misconduct by four women in the U.S. one trial involving accusations of violent rape is still pending ABC's Megan Williams in Rome People across the U.S. gathering at events filled with music food and fireworks for the first Juneteenth federal holiday This is ABC News Northwest traffic every ten minutes on the forest from the dubin law group traffic center Here's Evan Smith Four O 5 closed in both directions for roadwork in Bellevue between northeast fourth and southeast state streets and sending to the overflow and I 5 to get around to that closure you're heavy on northbound 5 from the elbow curve up to northgate southbound filling in from northgate to about the convention center also slow right now on southbound 5 as you make your way around the 5 curve that's due in part to a crash on the south 5 on wrap from 54th in 5 Northbound are still hitting your brakes from highway 16 to about the payoff of a bridge Our next traffic is at three 14 And now let's check your northwest forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center Throughout the afternoon we should keep it dry with the exception being a few showers very late in the day Those are only a possibility temperatures today are going to be in the mid 60s tomorrow mid 60s as well dry weather for Monday at some sun breaks out there and then on Tuesday summer shows up and we're going to go partly to mostly sunny with low to mid 70s In the comb of the second third zone come on in I'm currently mostly cloudy and 61° in Seattle Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station Northwest news radio Good afternoon it's three O 6 and I'm Kathy O'Shea Here is what's happening Two homicides in the pierce county city of Parkland just before ten last night the piers county sheriff's department got a call about a shooting at a storage facility at 104th and Pacific avenue south deputies found a man on the ground and several motorcycles leaving the complex They tried first aid but couldn't save the man Deputies aid there had been a large party there during the day and into the evening before that shooting And an off duty soldier in pierce county shot and killed yesterday in Parkland Michelle Esteban And the sheriff's.
The Charlie Kirk Show
"st. louis police" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Now, as we look at what's happening in our country right now, I think it's important to take a step back and ask about some of the other trends and how they're all playing together. Are we still living under a regime of fear or is there now a restoration of individual spirit of liberty of entrepreneurship and trying to be forward thinking in a more positive sense? I can tell you right now, especially from some of the reactions to the repealing of the mask mandates that there's a remarkable, there's a huge group of people right now. That are ready to push back against what we have seen as the overarching overbearing, heavy hand of government. You have James carville, though, who supports to be a smart person saying a majority of Republicans are weirdos in The Twilight Zone. Democrat strategist James carville said on MSNBC that quote, of course, this party about a third of them are pulling for Russia, which is just insane. Yes, he wants people that will be compliant to his worldview, which is tax cut tax cuts for the richest people in the world and tax the poor people, which isn't a very smart idea, but the problem is that they're a weird political party, says James carville, who, you know, could be mistaken for an extraterrestrial alien. They need to be branded as such. These 26 QAnon people all right, they're not necessarily the extreme. These are people talking about testicle tanning. No, they're not. Oh my gosh. These are people want to go to Hungary for conferences. Hungary is actually really nice. These are not normal people, James carville says, by and large, a large part of the Republican Party is just out and out weird. When you have Moscow Mitch saying we need more sane people, that means you have a lot of crazy people.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"st. louis police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He's been the president of the ST Louis Police Officers Association since 2019 and has been a cop in the city for the last 16 years. We spoke to him about systemic racism in the department's, including an annual study that shows black drivers are nearly twice as likely to be stopped as white drivers. That's always been AH, hard thing for me to wrap my head around is using the racial profiling data that comes out every year, too. Guess, quantify that racism, part of it. We also asked about criticism from the Ethical Society of Police about inequity in recruiting and use of excessive force against black residents. People I say the systemic racism in the police Department how Tell me what is systemic? And what is the racism in the police Department? I don't know what it is. Maybe I'm just naive. He said he wasn't familiar with the history of the union's founding or the incident at the ninth District Station. And he rejected accusations that the police union is anti reform or anti accountability, despite the union's opposition to measures like the civilian oversight board. We asked if here the union had ever publicly condemned one of its members. Even in the case of an officer involved, shooting, he said, no. He explained that the union's job is not to condemn cops or stick up for them. But to protect their legal rights statement all the time that the big bad white police union is always out. Just defending bad cops. Isn't that true? We're giving people their due process rights and That's what everyone deserves, and that's what everyone should get. No matter what you're accused of. You should be able to have legal defense and that's what we provide. J says This is about a few bad apples. But reformers like James Buchanan and had their Taylor point to the Apple Orchard. They say the whole thing needs to change This'll story was produced by reveals in the Jeep Amini. Coming up legal back to Kayla Reed,.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"st. louis police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"My boss because I don't take too well for him, in fact that I recall it of him Baba Street. The front pages of local newspapers reported that Chuck was hospitalized with broken hands and deep cuts to a scalp word of the beating spread. Protesters rallied outside the mayor's house, Both black and white. Community leaders spoke out and with pressure building top Has decided they would discipline the officers involved. There was a final resolution indicating that There was excessive force used. James Buchanan, The black officer who joined the department just a few years earlier, remembers how the news was received. The white officers were enraged with this decision. After the announcement, more than 200 police officers met on a muddy baseball field. They talked about forming a union one that would protect them specifically from discipline like this. ST Louis Police officers had tried to form a union before. But Missouri's board of Police commissioners, which oversaw the department had denied their application. The board worried a police strike could jeopardize public safety. But this time after that incident at the Ninth District Station politicians got involved expressing their support for the union. Soon the state Legislature passed a law saying police were allowed to organize. There was so much political persuasion that when they made the application, they were granted the right to form a police union, which they later became known as the ST Louis Police Officers Association. Yep. This is how the ST Louis police union formed. White officers beat black activists pushed back against accountability and then organized to protect each other. As for the incident at the ninth District Station officer didn't end up getting punished after all, and both Chuck Cohen and Leon Dent were found guilty for.
Radio Free Nashville
"st. louis police" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department headquarters and nine o'clock in the morning. 20 of us had filed in and plopped down four rows in the center of the station. The police began to gather around us is hundreds of our fellow protesters turned the corner. We're now standing outside the building demanding to get in. When it looked like the officers might forcibly remove us. Everyone began to link arms, everyone but me. It was my role to record and interpret as much as possible. Everywhere we protest. So that we could consistently tell the truth to the outside world. I sat in the front of our stacked rose on linked. I was trying to capture as much as I could on my phone and tweet about it In real time, I wanted to be able to tell the story of the only successful city and of a police department. Since the protests began. Repeatedly told her move, and we refused. It wasn't long before the officers growing impatience turned to action. I heard the screaming before I realized that we've been completely surrounded. It all happened so fast. I looked over and saw mother try to stop it officer from driving his thumb into the pressure point behind her daughter's here, And when I looked up there was an officer standing directly over me. She told us that we needed to leave immediately again. We refused to move and then she rested her hand on her Taser. I'll never forget how time stopped as I watched her move her hand from her Taser to her gun. Almost like it happened in slow motion. Suddenly I was on my back gliding across the industrial floor as an officer dragged me to the entrance of the building by my ankles. Why are you doing this? I asked as a second officer twisted my arm behind my back. His face fell flat. Like he snapped out of the hostility. And instead of a re verbal reply, he just let my arm go pick me up. Push me out the door. Was one of two moments of late when death has felt near. When death is near. So, too, is the question of how How did I get myself into this situation? Should I have made a different choice? I live off the beaten path and a vault in Baltimore City in a house that people don't wander, too. If you come to the house, you have made the decision to be at the house. I've been using ride sharing absence. I totaled my car and the protests in 2014, and I was using one on this day. I saw the car in the driveway and I paused, but I was already home. So I felt like I had to get out of the car. And when I get out, the driver in the other car got out too. In that moment, the columnist came over me like it did in the ST Louis Police Metro Police Department. Received many death threats. Over the years, The FBI has visited my house cities of iron surveillance companies that have deemed me a serious threat and a movie theater was evacuated because I received a threat that I'd be shot during a screening. None of those things shook me like that day when the car was in front of the house after work. Driver walked toward me, and I just stood still. Can't even say that I was afraid in that moment. Was still and focused a stillness and focus that I've only known a few times. I followed his hands and body with my eyes waiting. Ready. Anxious. Reached out his hand and gave me a packet of papers. I looked down and realized that I just been served with lawsuit. I was sued personally by five police officers, three in Dallas and two from Baton Rouge. Hadn't been physically served in any of the lawsuits except this one. The day the guy showed up my driveway. After he handed me the papers. He has to take a photo, and with that he was on his way. These moments forced me to think about the why of this work the fundamental question of whether it is worth the costs. We all know the risks of protest and we choose to meet them head on. Are so many times in the early months that I was met with an almost paralyzing fear. But as I watched the officer in the police station, I realized that it felt like the first time I wasn't afraid. I was in. I was in losing the fear. It was in losing the fear of death that I began to understand Faith and hope. Faith is the belief that certain outcomes will happen. And hope. Is the belief that certain outcomes can happen. So when Dr Martin Luther King Jr says the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice. He is speaking from a place of faith. He's confident that justice is inevitable, even if it may come in another lifetime. Eighth is often rooted in the belief in a higher power and God hope, on the other hand, would mean reframing this statement to say the arc of the moral universe is long and it will bend toward justice. If we bend it. Faith is rooted uncertainty. Hope is rigid in possibility, and they both require their own different types of work. Work of faith is to actively surrender to forces unseen to actively acknowledge that what is desired may come about by means you will never know. And that is difficult. That faith is rooted uncertainty does not mean that it never wavers. Indeed, it it was. It is not a static belief, but one based on trust and once trust is not easily conferred. Hope is the belief that our tomorrows can be better than our Today's hope is not magic. Hope is work. I am not certain that a new world one of equity and justice will emerge, but I am certain that it can emerge. Heard people speak of hope and rather different ways. The Versace was statements like I hope that we win, or I hope my loved one.
Pacifica Evening News
Report: St. Louis Police Led The Nation In Killings
"Louis Metro Police Department has the highest average rate of killings per population of any major police department in the nation. According to a new report from Arch City defenders released on MLK Day between 2009 and 2019 179 people were killed by police or died in jail custody in the ST Louis area. 92% of those killed were men and 72% were black. The report also found that media articles tended to protect the identities of police officers while exposing those of the victim's family. A manual Powell is an attorney with arch City defenders, he says. These deaths take a vast hole on those family members. They often face accounts Police department that refuses to provide information. On their loved one's death. There's a lack of legal advocacy, he says. There are a few attorneys willing to file civil rights claims on behalf of families and few prosecutor's willing to investigate and bring charges. He says families have a range of issues around how to pay for funerals and how to access social services and mental health support. Tony Taylor is the mother of Carrie T Ball Junior who was shot 21 times by police and 2013, she says grief can cause different illnesses, and it's critical for survivors of police brutality to take care of themselves so you could be able to stand up and fight another day for your love. One filing police last eight years for Kerry has took a real bits on my body. But this time I'm going to step back a little bit and get my help in order. Actually, Jackson is a doctoral student at Washington University in ST Louis, who studies patterns of police and state violence, she says a critical step to reduce police brutality is a federally mandated database that tracks each time. The police Harmon individual, I think a lot of people don't understand why committees of color Mistrust the police. Why, if we're in trouble what calling on what isn't really our first response right? It's because it's this entrance fear in this historical assistance of a racialized violence, Jackson notes, The police brutality can be more than physical violence. It could be psychological abuse is well, she says. It's key to understand how police violence permeates through a family, a community and even generations down the line. For misery. New
Why Black Officers Find Breach Of U.S. Capitol Particularly Upsetting
"Law enforcement officers were overpowered by that violent mob in the nation's capital. Last week. Disturbing videos show that police officers were kicked and punched and beaten with flagpoles. One police officer was killed and another later died by suicide off duty. But there were also a few police officers that appeared to sympathize with the mob. MPR's Leila Fadel reports that for current and retired black police officers It was particularly upsetting. Last week sharing Blackman Malloy watched her former colleagues try to stave off Attackers of the capital alone. Black officer heroically facing a largely white mob as they first breach the building. A lot of them felt like they were all all along black when Malloy is a retired U. S Capitol police officer and the vice president of the United States Black Capitol Police Association. Which led a class action lawsuit in 2012 against the Capitol police for alleged discrimination. She's also the lead plaintiff in the historic 2001 class action discrimination lawsuit against the Capitol Police board. Our organization is calling for criminal charges against the sergeant at arms of the House and the Senate, as well as the former U. S. Capitol police chief who resigned after the attack because they loved them unprepared. She spoken to black police officers that were at the Capitol that day. They're traumatized. Some of the crowd called him the n word. Some are injured. They're also scared because they saw a few of their white colleagues show sympathy with the mob. Several Capitol police officers were suspended as the department investigates the attack on Congress, among them the officer who took Selfies with writers and another who popped on a mag, a hat and directed Attackers around the building. Blackman. Malloy says black Capitol police officers told her this about inauguration Day and then now you expect me to go stand beside an officer not knowing whether or not he's one of one of the terrorists, that's what that's what we did. Then Maybe there were some off duty police officers from outside D. C in the crowd. Police departments are investigating, and that's not lost on so many police officers around the country, particularly black police officers who faced discrimination on the force. Carl Shaw sued the police division of the city of Columbus for racial discrimination and settled for $475,000. You have good police also said you have actually saucers, and in my case, if it wouldn't have been for white officers standing up and risking their careers, wouldn't have had a leg to stand on. I just think we need to change the way we police and the hiring practices. Also the settlement, which conceded no wrongdoing included to demand that the retaliation he faced for reporting racism by superior be a fireable offense. Char retires next month. If you're trading black officers this way, What are you doing to the general public? Heather Taylor, recently retired sergeant from the ST Louis Police Department was texting with other black officers as she watched the attack on Congress. She thought about many of our fellow officers who made the assumption that Trump flags meant support for law enforcement, even when the crowds were incited by the president's lies and included hate groups. Meanwhile, black lives matter. Protestors demanding racial justice were treated as hostile. I don't know maybe realize that these people who are extremists who are militia Who are a part of these groups or about civil war. They want civil war They want to do away with the government and law enforcement has hair to him. Taylor most recently headed the Ethical Society of Police, a ST Louis police organization that addresses racial discrimination in the police force and the community. Okay, well, they're gonna shake I'm going to say that these people are going to turn on them that the police are going to see that the same people that you supported over African Americans in black lives matter. You're going to see that it's different that they're going to turn on you. Sure enough, it was worse than what we could ever imagine. In Minneapolis Metro Transit Police chief Eddie Frizzell says he did more planning for the Super Bowl in Minneapolis than what he saw in the capital last week. Now he worries about the expected armed protests around the country. This weekend. I served in Bosnia bright after the war to orange n aside, had taken place and we've seen what tyrannical regime will do to a country in Iraq. And all those experiences are all coming to a head right now. It gives me a frame of reference to take my experiences, and we have to actually apply them to the unknown that we're experiencing right now known that we're experiencing right now. Leila Fadel NPR
"st. louis police" Discussed on KCRW
"I mean, common sense would lead you to believe this being impeached two times in one term, But I mean, what's your evidence to that, Mike? Because there's still a whole lot of People who would consider themselves not fringe Republicans who think that Donald Trump was right that the election was rigged. And if he goes down in flames in this moment does that further embolden him of some kind of norm? Breaking martyr? Well, no among his core supporters. I think that's true. I think people often confuse The Republican Party loyalists or people who ideologically just can't accept the idea of Democrat ideological control as ardent trump supporters. They are a fraction of the overall Republican vote, and I believe in, you know, again in politics. We often watch the rear view mirror. That's how we didn't see Trump coming and we may not be seeing Trump leaving. We need to litigate this within the party. And the party leadership needs to go. And I think you're seeing that motion perfectly in the Senate from reinforcing Trump two opposing them. They really have no other choice. And the real battleground will be the 2022 midterm elections where the Republican Party has two from a weak position, decide what it's gonna be. So I think this is on flex and we're gonna find out. Well, then let me ask you about the party's future. If you see Donald Trump loosening his grip on the party that the GOP can come out of this in one piece somehow where does that leadership come from? Because we saw Liz Cheney just voted for impeachment, and she's getting hammered. Well, look right now it is has been the Church of Trump. My point is, it's in decline. And we're going to re litigate this and the president will be in much weaker position on their arm or than there is no shortage of people from every ideological wing of the party who would like to run for president in four years, and the one thing they all have in common is Trump is in their way. But it's not just about him, is it? I mean, removing Trump is one thing, but it's it's his ideas. And and I mean, if you use the list, Cheney example again she is a house Republican who is standing up to Trump is, um trumpism is still around. Oh, it is, And that is a good point that could be harder to exercise than Trump himself is a political personality. But you know they're linked part of Trump's charisma. His is trump weirdness. And Trumpism without Trump, maybe maybe easier to defeat over time. The other thing to watch is there is a huge reaction inside big business and medium sized business now about cutting off funding to the party. That is the language. They understand. It's about the competitiveness of future elections to win back the majority in the House or Senate. If Trump has become a liability where you can't even raise campaign money. Just double sound and all the problems with him and the party's pragmatic want to distance themselves. Republican strategist Mike Murphy. He's the co host of the podcast hacks on Tap, Mike. We appreciate it. Thank you. Law enforcement officers were overpowered by that violent mob in the nation's capital. Last week. Disturbing videos show that police officers were kicked and punched and beaten with flagpoles. One police officer was killed and another later died by suicide off duty. But there were also a few police officers that appeared to sympathize with the mob. MPR's Leila Fadel reports that for current and retired black police officers It was particularly upsetting. Last week sharing Blackman Malloy watched her former colleagues try to stave off Attackers of the capital alone. Black officer heroically facing a largely white mob as they first breach the building. A lot of them felt like they were all along Black when Malloy is a retired U. S Capitol police officer and the vice president of the United States Black Capitol Police Association. Which led a class action lawsuit in 2012 against the Capitol police for alleged discrimination. She's also the lead plaintiff in the historic 2001 class action discrimination lawsuit against the Capitol Police board. Our organization is calling for criminal charges against the sergeant at arms of the House and the Senate, as well as the former U. S. Capitol police chief who resigned after the attack because they loved them unprepared. She spoken to black police officers that were at the Capitol that day. They're traumatized. Some of the crowd called him the n word. Some are injured. They're also scared because they saw a few of their white colleagues show sympathy with the mob. Several Capitol police officers were suspended as the department investigates the attack on Congress, among them the officer who took Selfies with writers and another who popped on a mag, a hat and directed Attackers around the building. Blackman. Malloy says black Capitol police officers told her this about inauguration Day and then now you expect me to go stand beside an officer not knowing whether or not he's one of one of the terrorists, that's what that's what we did. Then Maybe there were some off duty police officers from outside D. C in the crowd. Police departments are investigating, and that's not lost on so many police officers around the country, particularly black police officers who faced discrimination on the force. Carl Shaw sued the police division of the city of Columbus for racial discrimination and settled for $475,000. You have good police also said you have actually saucers, and in my case, if it wouldn't have been for white officers standing up and risking their careers, wouldn't have had a leg to stand on. I just think we need to change the way we police and the hiring practices. Also the settlement, which conceded no wrongdoing included to demand that the retaliation he faced for reporting racism by superior be a fireable offense. Char retires next month. If you're trading black officers this way, What are you doing to the general public? Heather Taylor, recently retired sergeant from the ST Louis Police Department was texting with other black officers as she watched the attack on Congress. She thought about many of our fellow officers who made the assumption that Trump flags meant support for law enforcement, even when the crowds were incited by the president's lies and included hate groups. Meanwhile, black lives matter. Protestors demanding racial justice were treated as hostile. Not be realized that these people who are extremists who are militia Who are a part of these groups or about civil war. They want civil war They want to do away with the government and law enforcement has hair to him. Taylor most recently headed the Ethical Society of Police, a ST Louis police organization that addresses racial discrimination in the police force and the community. Okay, well, they're gonna say I'm going to say that these people are going to turn on them that the police are going to see that the same people that you supported over African Americans in black lives matter. You're going to see that it's different that they're gonna turn on you. Sure enough, it was worse than what we could ever imagine. In Minneapolis Metro Transit Police chief Eddie Frizzell says he did more planning for the Super Bowl in Minneapolis than what he saw in the capital last week. Now he worries about the expected armed protests around the country. This weekend. I served in Bosnia bright after the war to orange genocide had taken place and we've seen what tyrannical regime will do to a country in Iraq, and all those experiences are all coming to a head right now. It gives me a frame of reference to take my experiences, and we have to actually apply them to the unknown that we're experiencing right now known that we're experiencing right now. Leila Fadel NPR news.
100s mourn St. Louis police officer shot in line of duty
"Gathered to mourn the death of a ST Louis police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty. Fox's Evan Brown has the report. More than 100 people gathered Sunday to express sorrow is ST Louis Police officer to Maris Bohannon was laid to rest. Bohannon was shot in the head last month by a man who barricaded himself inside another person's home. That gunman is now charged with murdering him. Bohannon was 29 years old and a father of three Children. His family says he was a dedicated public servants who loved his family and his job. Evan Brown Fox News in
100s mourn St. Louis police officer shot in line of duty
"To mourn the death of a ST Louis police officers shot and killed in the line of duty. Fox's seven brown reports more than 100 people gathered Sunday to express sorrow is ST Louis Police officer. Tomorrow's Bohannon was laid to rest. Bohannon was shot in the head last month by a man who barricaded himself inside another person's home. That gunman is now charged with murdering him. Bohannon was 29 years old and a father of three Children. His family says he was a dedicated public servant who loved his family and his job. Evan Brown Fox News. Violent unrest
St. Louis police officer, the 8th shot since June, dies from his injuries
"ST Louis, Missouri. He was one of the two officers shot Saturday night after responding to a shooting call Police officer who was shot in the head during a standoff on Saturday, has died. The victim, 29 year old marries Bohannon served for nearly four years. A second officer was hurt but has been released from the hospital. A 43 year old man was taken into custody. Following that 12 hour standoff
Widow of retired cop killed in St. Louis speaks at GOP convention
"Featured many speeches. One was a moving speech from the widow of a retired black ST Louis police captain. Killed during the rights that erupted after the death of George Floyd and Dorn tearfully recalled the night her 77 year old husband tried to protect a friend store targeted by looters. They shot and killed David in cold blood. And then live streamed his execution, Dorn told the RNC and contrast of those calling to defund the police. President. Trump knows we need more David's in our communities, not fewer Republicans warning this week, the Democrat calls to defund or scale back police departments. Could give rise to even more violence in US cities in Charlotte for the Republican National Convention. Eyeball Agnew, Japanese Prime Minister Ave
Trump to Deploy Military to Quell Riots
"Pain a lot of despair a lot of violence in America again last night in New York City the iconic Macy's department store was breached I saw a video of looting taking place in the streets of Manhattan the big fancy apple store the the glass doors shattered in Las Vegas a police officer was struggling with a suspect and somebody else came up behind officer shot him in the head that officers reportedly on life support as we speak four officers shot in St Louis police officers and first responders all over America are under siege sort of feels like one of those Hollywood movies like the purge and the president is of course trying to navigate this country in a way that very few presidents have ever been it's been challenged the president was mocked and taunted for supposedly hiding in the White House so yesterday he came out from the White House addressed the nation and talked about his responsibility to keep Americans safe the president from the rose garden talked about mobilizing all available federal resources civilian and military a lot of people are expecting that he is going to invoke the into the insurrection act which I I I cannot imagine why governors or mayors or anybody would object to the U. S. military assisting law enforcement attacked and keep people safe here's the president said yesterday from the rose garden I am mobilizing all available federal resources civilian and military to stop the rioting and looting to end the destruction and arson and to protect the rights of law abiding Americans including your second amendment rights you know speaking of the second amendment rights there was a video that went viral of a Florida sheriff that I had a pretty powerful message sheriff Grady judge of Polk County Florida reminded the looters anarchists and violent people to think twice before heading out to the suburbs of Polk County Florida but we have received information on social media but some of the criminals we're going to take your criminal conduct into the neighborhoods I would tell them if you value your life you probably shouldn't do that in Polk County because the people of Polk County like guns they have guns I encourage them to own guns and they're going to be in their homes tonight with the guns loaded and if you try to break into their homes to still the set fires I'm highly recommending they blow you back out of the house with their guns that's a sheriff of Polk County Florida now all of course on social media full who are anti gun people who are against the second amendment are livid at that share of making that suggestion but that's just the reality for a lot of homeowners and a lot of residents I've seen all kinds of video of homeowners in their driveways fourteen and pushing back violent people from their property there there's there's nothing easy about any of this because the most important take away is that the message behind the anger and the hurt and the heartache of George Floyd's death is being obscured by all the violence and my big fear is that there are a lot of people who don't really see a difference they believe that burning down somebody's store maybe a a an immigrant or or I'm a minority owned business is somehow acceptable I'm afraid that there are peaceful protesters who really don't mind the threat that the White House was under and continues to be under over under frankly it seems to me that people were angrier about the president visiting St John's Episcopal Church last night than they were looters in violent people trying to burn it down and that's very that's a very bitter pill to swallow this is a historic church Abraham Lincoln worship there before he went to forge unity was assassinated every president has prayed there trump went over there and held up a Bible his Bible apparently and the left went crazy they were livid what would you say you're angry that he's hiding in the White House the language he leaves the White House of course they have to clear the protesters out of the park for him to get there they got a clear path for him to go anywhere what is going to do the guests in a motorcade drives to to the to the airport or whatever he does I mean for crying out loud if protesters are blocking a park and I and I get the optics of it I really do I can appreciate somebody saying well you know they're they're clearing out of park using tear gas to clear the way for the president to go visit the church the president decided to have a very symbolic act I'm supporting a house of worship but even the bishop whose diocese includes that church condemned president trump for what he did and that's that's hard for millions of Americans understand quite frankly that's hard for people to accept one would think that demonstrating a viable the need for a return to our faith and even prayer one would think a bishop would welcome that but that doesn't that doesn't really compute when you hate the president this much when you hate the president was such a burning passion you don't care what it what he does you're you're gonna complain if he's in the White House hiding in the bunker as people of like to put it you're gonna complain it becomes out delivers an address to the to the nation of of trying to keep America safe there's nothing he can do we know what trump haters expect they don't even want to be defeated on November third they wanted to just quit they wanted to resign right now and anything short of that is unacceptable and I challenge trump haters you're listening to the show to tell me that I'm wrong you don't want to wait for the election if you did why would you what I have this kind of reaction to the president supporting St John's Episcopal Church president could invoke the insurrection act it makes no sense to me quite frankly what the what the delay is and we're gonna break this down for you just a moment what the insurrection act means that was signed into law by president Thomas Jefferson all the way back in eighteen oh seven the president seems to suggest that he's doing just that short of him the the formality of invoking the insurrection act here's what the president said yesterday we have a city or state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them do you know how many governors have already lined up to say thanks but no thanks start with New York governor Cuomo apparently one on CNN and said nope not here as if the NYPD can't use the help I don't know governor Cuomo has seen but they are they have their looting all throughout Manhattan they're they're they're breaking into stores stealing apple computers a Nike shoes and Louis Vuitton bag overtime bags they're breaking down order and law governor of Illinois said apparently the same thing these