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Tom Cotton Puts Spotlight on Biden Nominee
"Back america. I'm hugh hewitt joined by the united states. Senator tom cotton from the state of arkansas arkansas than the top ten for the first time in my memory. Good morning senator. Congratulations on the razorbacks rides morning. Dear thank you. It's nice for you to be able to congratulate the razorbacks as opposed. Well celebrate the buckeyes victory at once in a while. We'll get there. Hey what's going on massachusetts this morning Hugh you're aware of this phenomenon. That i call the soros prosecutors george soros and other. Left-wing activists have helped elect radical pro criminal prosecutors across the country. Like larry crasner in philadelphia. Chase 'em bodine in san francisco. Another one is rachel. Rawlins in suffolk county. Raker rollins has now been nominated by joe biden to be the us attorney for massachusetts. This is a woman who was rule who has ruled an entire category of crimes as presumptively off limits for prosecution in less her Assistant da's seek higher supervisor approval and hugh. These are not crimes like jaywalking. I'm talking about breaking and entering malicious destruction of property roy trafficking drug trafficking including and. It's not surprising that over the last nearly three years took office that murder and crime has spiked in boston
"suffolk county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Over the weekend, Suffolk County D a. Rachel Rollins in a new statement, saying her office is still trying to figure out just how Dr David Jones access to closed off stairway right by the JFK, U Mass Station on Saturday. Before he fell to his death, Rollins says. Whether accidental or intentional, any death is a tragedy and the harm to loved ones is the same. A go fund me has been set up to support Jones, his wife and three Children so far, raising more than $76,000. 77 President Biden about to speak outside Sacramento, California, talking about the White House's response to wildfires, like the ones that recently have been scorching so much of the northern part of that state before he went to California today, the president first his first stop was in Boise, Idaho, with the National Interagency Fire Center meeting with wildfire commanders. President Biden praised firefighters for the work they're doing on the ground God made man. Then he made a few firefighters. You all and most incredible people. Now I'm not saying it's not hyperbole. The president promised his administration's full support for whatever firefighters need, including more pay for federal firefighters. Alex Stone, ABC News and Secretary of State Tony Blinken, Standing by the U. S departure from Afghanistan today before skeptical members of Congress testifying remotely, Secretary of State Antony Blinken defended the US exit from Afghanistan. There is no evidence that staying longer Would have made the Afghan security forces. Or the Afghan government any more resilient or self sustaining. Blinken says he expanded resources dedicated to processing visas for Afghan allies and called the evacuation of U. S personnel there in extraordinary effort, But the committee's top Republican Texas congressman Michael McCaul, says otherwise, this was an unmitigated disaster. Of epic proportions..
Not Prosecuting Low-Level Crimes Leads To Less Crime In Boston's Suffolk County
"A first of its kind study of suffolk county criminal cases has found that declining to prosecute some low level offenses can actually lead to less crime. The study analyzed more than sixty seven thousand misdemeanor cases in boston winthrop revere chelsea from two thousand and four to two thousand eighteen and it found that people arrested but not prosecuted on low level. Non violent misdemeanors were fifty eight percent less likely to commit another crime in suffolk county in the following two years. So this was welcome. News to suffolk county district attorney. Rachel rollins who pledged to not prosecute more than a dozen these types of crimes. When she ran for office in two thousand eighteen. She joined us just a little earlier today to talk about how the findings of the study line up with her agenda. You took a risk right off the bat you became. Da and you made this data available to see what it would tell us knowing that you were advocating for non prosecution of some low level crimes. So tell us how you believe. This data supports your approach. First off yes. I think within two weeks of being inaugurated right after january. Second twenty nineteen A great group of of women came to me and said can we sift through all of your data. But you can't instruct us in any way we have to have full autonomy to find what we find in be able to state with transparency. What that is. will you do it. And i signed immediately and said absolutely and so what i think the shows us going back to two thousand and four is that what many progressive prosecutors have been saying is that we should be focusing our attention more on the violent serious crimes in when people come into contact for low level nonviolent crimes when we are compassionate and allow them to go along on with their lives if they have mental health disorders substance use disorder. Something else often. Don't come back into contact with the criminal legal system and we are safer as a result of that
Supreme Court to Hear Appeal of Ruling That Overturned Boston Marathon Bomber's Death Sentence
"Radio boston. I'm donna deering and we start today with another major development in the country's largest drug lab scandal suffolk. County district attorney. Rachel rollins says that her office could vacate up to tens of thousands more criminal convictions. That were based on drug evidence tested at the now closed hinton lab. Wbu our senior correspondent. Deborah becker is reporting on the story. Deb joins us now dead. Welcome back to radio boston. Thanks for having me so deb. D. rollins is proposing to vacate any drug convictions based on results. From the hinton lab from may two thousand three to august two thousand twelve why that nine year time window will. That was the time period when two chemists worked at the hinton lab at the same time. Any dukan and sony ferrick you may remember. Both women were convicted on charges of tampering. With the drug evidence they were supposed to be testing fair conviction though stemmed from her work at the state lab in amherst but both women worked at the hinton lab. At one time. Eric worked there before she went to amherst. Rollin says what's needed is a more thorough review of all the drugs certifications that came from the hinton lab wild. Both women were working there. She calls the drug lab scandal. Systemic misconduct and a catastrophic failure of management that she says needs a complete review so all the testing done at that lab during that time should be looked at and we should point out that after both chemists were convicted tens of thousands of criminal drug convict. Convictions were dismissed because of their misconduct. We're talking about more. Give us a sense of scale here. Deb how many people might this effect will will. There's no precise number but rollins office says is that the hinton lab certified almost eighty three thousand drug samples for evidence during that time and that was in suffolk county and the massachusetts supreme judicial court which has reviewed various challenges and calls for a way to deal with all of the cases in both labs has vacated thousands of convictions based on the testing and hidden lab alone about eight thousand from hinton so the remaining seventy four thousand drug certifications that rollins talking about from suffolk county. She says her office is going to review all of those and they could be part of what she says is a global resolution to deal with these cases once and for all and thousands more convictions could be erased. But there's no exact number because one drug certification could have several drug certifications could have been done for one case so. The exact number is unclear. Got it got it. But it's it's a lot to review. So how does it work are they. Are they essentially starting deb with the assumption that all the convictions must be vacated and then working backward from there as they review the cases. How are they gonna do this well. She says she's going to convene robin says. She's going to convene a summit next month with the defense bar to start this review look at every affected case all the drugs certifications and determine next steps and she says any relief in what she's calling her hinton lab initiative is only for controlled substances convictions. And if someone was charged with something else along with drug use or possession or whatever the drug charges may have been those charges withstand this would only be drug charges in a particular case and then after that they would look at expunging records. If need be it would be a very lengthy complicated process. So our defense attorneys reacting to this well The aclu the american civil liberties union of massachusetts which was the agency really primarily involved in fighting with the s sjc to try to get some sort of resolution for many of these cases that were based on evidence tested at the hinton lab and at the amherst lab. It says it is. It's pleased that rollins has done. This here is matt siegel whose legal counsel for the aclu of massachusetts certainly would our preference and the preference of the public defenders are law firm partners for all of these cases have been dismissed when we first started calling for that step in twenty twelve. There's a saying about the arch of justice and At this point were very glad that seems to be bending in the right direction. I think as referring there to the you know the arc of the moral universals long but it bends toward justice but regardless also the State criminal defender agency. The committee for public counsel services released a statement after They heard about rachel rollins initiative the hidden lab and it also said that. It's pleased that this is happening. And it hopes that other district attorneys will do the same. So will they deb. Do you think we'll other. Da's follow suit. And i guess. I'm wondering if somehow this forces their hands if they have to. Now i don't think anyone necessarily
Boston's Top Prosecutor Vows to Erase Drug Convictions Linked to Lab Scandal
"A. Rachel Rollins has announced a new plan to drop charges in thousands of drug cases, all connected to the notorious state run Hinton lab. The Hinton lab is the largest drug lab scandal in the country. Two chemists were convicted of tampering with evidence and the lab itself had issues with mismanagement and subpar standards. 10,000 charges have already been dismissed. Know. Rollins is unveiling the hint and lab initiative, which she says will work with attorneys to examine convictions extending from work down at the lab. Rollin says almost 75,000 cases are in question, and that is just Suffolk County.
Rollins Promises To Vacate More Convictions Because Of Massachusetts Drug Lab Scandal
"In ICU, Suffolk County, D a. Rachel Rollins announcing a plan to drop charges in thousands of cases connected to the victorious state run Hinton Laboratory. The Hinton lab is the largest drug lab scandal in the country. Two chemists were convicted of tampering with evidence and the lab itself had issues with mismanagement and subpar standards. 10,000 charges have already been dismissed. Know Rollins is unveiling the Hinton Lab initiative, which she says will work with attorneys to examine convictions extending from work down at the lab. Rollin says almost 75,000 cases are in question, and that is just Suffolk County. Erin Regal
Boston defense attorney accused of rape, break-in, held without bail
"Police arrest a former Suffolk County prosecutor and defense attorney and charge him with rape. Investigators say Gary is a Rolla, once named one of People magazine's most eligible bachelors was wanted on a warrant issued out of Boston Municipal Court for rape and breaking and entering. Sirola was ordered held without bail at his arraignment yesterday.
"suffolk county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's night side with Dan Ray on WBZ Easy, Boston's news radio So we can have a theme tonight and that is the media and so We will move away from the story about the district attorney in Suffolk County and the media confrontation or again conversation. However, you want to characterize it, but One of the bright lights of Congress, one of the towering intellects of Congress. I'm sure all of you know, of whom I speak Alexandria or Cassio Cortez, a Graduate of Boston University. My how the standards of Boston University have gone down anyway. Um, I say that lovingly, by the way, I'm a boss University law school graduate. So Alexandria, a Casio Cortez Says that Congress has decided or at least is considering to rein in The media or miss media disinformation. Now one of the things that's great about America there a lot of things, but one, of course, is the First Amendment. And there's a first Amendment for a reason, because it doesn't compass. A lot of freedoms that very important of the country, You know, freedom of assembly and Freedom of petition the government freedom of speech. Freedom of worship, freedom of religion. All of that. Well, anyway, um let's let's listen to Ocasio. Alexandria or Casio. Cortez. Talk about media literacy. I might like to hear some congressional literacy. But Liv, let's let's listen to To the to the words of AOC. This is cut 39 rub. Some of my discussions have brought up media literacy because That is a part of what happened here. Um and We're going to have to figure out how we rein in our media environment so that you can't just spew disinformation and misinformation is one thing to have different opinions. But, um it's another thing entirely to just say things that are false. S so That's something that we're looking into. Yeah. Um, one of the things that she misses is that that line between uh things that our objective and subject of Sometimes gets a little blurry. I mean, I think most of us agree this point that the Earth is no longer flat. Not that it ever Woz. But if someone wants to write a book About where all the ship's air going, and it's it's a flat earth. Um, with the first member, they have that right, Okay, That's people have a right to be wrong. Um Ocasio. Cortez has a view of the world which is going to be very different from a lot of people. And I just think that we're getting into 1984 Animal Farm territory here, folks, Uh and I would like to see some congressional literacy. Maybe that's what we really need. Maybe we need to have all the congressmen take a test. I don't know what she's talking about Rainy and what do they do? They take a test or something. It's when you start to open up this Pandora's box You never know. Or open up this genie. You never know what will pop out. Let's go to Bob in Maine. Bob, you have called in quickly, so we'll get you on before the A newscast. Your comment on a O. C s. Call for media literacy. Whatever the hell that means. Actually, I'm sorry. I was trying to catch you on the district attorney. Well, I'll tell you what. Since since I picked you up here. I didn't not realize that I give a chance. Go ahead, give it give it to me quick on the district attorney and I'm going to ask you to address Immediate literacy as well. Go ahead. D a D a question. Good. Okay, I agree with you on this one. I think if the situation was different, and she had just prosecuted a big case, and one in the media showed up at her house, and she was getting out of the car with the kids in her hands in the person getting out with green wearing After that suit, she would've gleefully been in front of that camera in the credit, All right. So now let me ask you about Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. She is obviously A fire brand of the left in Congress. She is she is, for all intents and purposes, not the speaker of the house in name, but I think she is very much the speaker of the House. In the Democratic caucus and influence. Does it trouble you When you hear some member of Congress talking about? I don't know. Licensing the media or somehow some way for people to have to pass some sort of. Ah, I don't know. We'll let Miss test Rabb Literacy test in order to write for your local newspaper or to work for your radio station, or God forbid to be a talk show host. I'm not really up when I just heard about your talking about it tonight, but I know who she is in some of the things that's what she says and does, uh, it's I'm I believe in freedom of speech. I believe that the first time that I believe in the newest has Ability to go out there and do things I see a little bit where she's coming from this, uh, like you just said about the Earth being flat. Um, if if that's what you think it is, and that's what you write about it. You've got that right to say that. But if you know that it's not flat, and you're trying to convince people that it is in your the news, another talk show host or or or an aftermarket show of some kind. I think that is a little tough. We'll see. I'm going to disagree with you a little bit..
"suffolk county" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The Senate. And the Senate needs a two thirds vote to convict and remove from office. And that's not gonna happen because you have to have a trial. And then have to prepare for a trial. There's not there's not thought it's ridiculous. It's ridiculous, but the house might try to just jam it through and I assumed out. They'll try to say they're the Republicans. The gym. Jordan's The Devon Nunez is the mat Gates is Don't try that They'll try to stop it. But I don't know exactly what the parliamentary procedures are 844 540 to 40 to get well. Rachel Rollins on it. Six o'clock, the district attorney of Suffolk County up Hey, Howie. I see you got a haircut again. Yes, I did, Grace. It looks good, doesn't it? It definitely looks better than that haircut You got a few years ago before you met the president? Remember that bad buzz cut. Howie is you love bringing that up, don't you? Well, I just think that you're bad haircut was a true testament to the wonderful work of Dr Highness. A di Stefano hair restoration Because even though you looked crazy at the time, your hair grew back, and now you look as dapper as ever. That's true, Dr. Highness did such a wonderful job on my hair? I love waking up. Every day, not worrying about bald spots or a dreaded comb over and now have a thick head of hair. And the best part of it is, it's my here getting a di Stefano hair restoration was the best decision I ever made. Well, besides hiring me, right, Howie, Like I said, Grace, it was the best decision I ever made. You heard him guys go to hair man dot com To get the hair you've always wanted get hair like Howie's go to destroy final hair restoration. They have five locations in New England, and they're open for business. That's hair man..
Police: Man steals mini-snow plow, crashes into Target
"Long Island, New York Man is in custody after reportedly plowing through the doors of the department store. Suffolk County Police say it all started right before 2 A.m. when a 33 year old man stole a bobcat Skid loader, which is used to push no from a base your shopping center. He then crashed, the many snow plow through the front doors of a nearby target, Police said. Once inside, the man stole a coat in several gift cards before police caught him in the Elektronik section. The Deer Park resident has please Did not guilty to third degree burglary and fourth degree larceny. Nobody was injured.
DA: Wrongfully-convicted man who spent 30 years in prison for Boston murder is now free
"Man who has spent nearly 30 years in prison for killing a killing that he says he did not commit. Is now free. Prosecutors say Robert Fox Worth was ordered released by a state Supreme Judicial Court justice pending a lower court's decision on whether he'll be granted a new trial. Meanwhile, Suffolk County D a. Rachel Rollins argued that significant constitutional violations occurred in securing Fox worse conviction in the shooting death of Kenneth MacLean. In Boston. Back in 1991. She said that her office would move to drop the case. If Fox Worth is granted a new trial.
Released videos show Boston police shove, pepper-spray protesters
"The Suffolk County Da's office is now investigating Boston police bpd, conducting its own internal investigation to after police body Cam. Footage posted on Social media shows officers allegedly getting rough with protesters, the online news outlet the appeal, posting the videos on Friday officers Are seen pushing racial injustice Demonstrators to the ground this happening at June 1st protest over the death of George Floyd. Officers are also seen pepper spraying people and crowds in one clip and officer is caught saying that he may have hit people with his cruiser and then laughs. Police sergeant is now on administrative leave Police Commissioner William Grosses As soon as he learned of the videos. He ordered that internal investigation
Two NYPD cops from Long Island expected to recover after Queens gunfight that kills suspect
"Officers from Long Island and recovering after being shot in a domestic incident in Queens. According the news Day, Christopher Wells of Suffolk County and Joseph Murphy of Nassau County were wounded and the suspect killed during the shoot out in Springfield Gardens Tuesday morning. One of the officers is a 14 year veteran of the forest, while the other has been a cop for six years. Both are in stable condition and are expected to recover. recover.
New York City to Close Public Schools Again as Virus Cases Rise
"I was in New York City. Public schools shut their doors today because of the 3% positivity rate. As we've been discussing the Nassau and Suffolk County executives are both strongly disagreeing with Mayor De Blasio is decision to do that and to use that threshold. Positivity rate in National County is 3.5% even higher and Suffolk, But Nassau County executive Laura Current is leaving school closures up to the 56 local school district's in the county and says she would only order a Countywide closure if they hit 9%. That's the state standard three times the threshold the city is using. Talk about that and more now with Nassau County executive Laura current. She also has an article in New York magazine called Held Long Island County fought Covert. 19, a county executive looks back at the first wave. Executive Current. Always good to have you on Welcome back to W N. Y C. Good morning, Brian. And thank you very much for having me back. So, your statement says, Quote I strongly disagree with Mayor De Blasio is decision to close down schools in New York City. I want to make clear to our residents that I will do everything I can to keep our schools open, unquote. Why criticize the mayor by name there rather than just make your own decision for Nassau County. Well, I felt it was important, since this is really dominating the news cycle and, of course, New York City News really dominates the news in the suburbs. I just wanted to make it very clear to our residents. That the safest place for kids right now is in school. The schools, you know, it's a little bit different in Nassau County. So in the city, the mayor is in charge of the schools. Out here in Nassau County. We have 56 independent school district with their own elected boards. They make their own policy and make their own decisions, of course, with guidance from the state. Um, but my goal is to make sure that our health department, our county Health department Is working with them, helping interpret the guidance, helping them with contact tracing etcetera, and we've made very good relationships. So my goal is to get the word out there that it's very important for kids to stay in school right now. As I said, it's the safest place for kids are 56 school districts have really and I have kids in public school myself. They've done a fantastic job at this social distancing and ensuring math compliance and having kids on alternate days and all of that. They've really recalibrated quickly, and we're not seeing transmission within the school buildings. So you know, you did mention where a 3.5 yesterday. Our latest number was 3.3% that is concerning because we had been down it around 1% positivity rate, but the uptick isn't happening in the schools. It's not happening in the businesses and the gyms and the bowling alleys. It's really happening at these social gatherings, and I know that a lot of people have Covad fatigue. But people are still having these sweet sixteens and going off to other states to have big weddings and then coming back. That's where we're seeing the uptick. So I'm saying to everyone in the You can hear my voice. If you know you're not worried about yourself. You're not worried about your family. Think about the kids who need to be in school. Think about the businesses that need to operate. Keep people working. And, um, you know, as I said, school is safe right now, and I'm closing schools should be a last resort. That's what the CDC Protocol say in anything like a flu like pandemic Closing schools is the last resort. In March. It made sense. We got to that point We had 50% You know, we're getting into 50% positivity rate. At that point. It makes sense. At this point. It just doesn't make
At Least 22 New Coronavirus Cases Tied to 2 COVID Clusters in Winthrop, NE of Boston
"Town in Suffolk County, asking residents to be tested for covert 19. The Winthrop Elks is back open for business after a deep cleaning, But just this weekend, the town has identified 22 new cases cases of of the the Corona Corona virus virus from from people people who who visited visited here here and and also also the the Winthrop Winthrop Yacht Yacht Club. Club. Now Now they're they're urging urging residents residents to to get get tested. tested. We We have identified two clusters within the town Corona virus outbreaks tied two to private clubs in Winthrop, the town's director of public health, is urging people to get tested after they flagged at least 22 new corona virus cases within the past week. Those in the cluster. We're socializing at the Winthrop Elks and Pleasant Park Yacht Club last weekend. Many of the townspeople have gone to get tested, but we're asking everybody Who visited the winter outs in those pleasant park Yacht Club between October 15th in October. 18th toe isolate and go get tested. Town officials are urging residents to take advantage of free Kuroda virus testing. Resuming on Monday at the McKennitt Basketball court, BBC TV's Tiffany Chan reporting hockey
"suffolk county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Serrano and Welcome back. You are listening to Lydia Serrano calling. I'm calling my show Now on Sundays the run down with Lydia because we're running it down everything that's going on. So Pelosi, this Madam speaker, she came out. I was listening to face the nation as I was driving out to Suffolk County, and they replay it replace a 12 30 in the afternoon and she has, she said. I pray that in addition to his help that the president's hurt will be open to the millions of people who have been affected. Lady. His heart has been open if it wasn't for him, if it was, if you guys you guys meaning the left the Democrats. If you guys had your way the borders might still be open. And you would still be praising China. This is the Chinese Communist Party virus, and it drives me insane. When I hear people trying to blame Trump for all of the deaths. He's the one who got where they Where do you think a ll The pee pee got came from the ventilators. Everything you had. Cuomo at the height of the pandemic will now blames Donald Trump. See, by the way I decided today I can not even play like the sound bites from Cuomo and play Pelosi or play because I'm sick of hearing for him from them. I'm sick of it. I'm sick of hearing their voices. I'm sick of hearing their faces because it's complete B s total lies. The Associated Press even came out on Twitter with an alert and it was also on Facebook, saying That President Trump never called the Corona virus hoax literally The Associated Press, which is a it doesn't get more reputable than the AP. And yet consistently we're hearing from Pelosi. We're hearing it from Bernie Sanders. We're hearing it from Schumer and all these people saying that he downplayed the virus. Where'd he downplay the virus? Just because he said that he was hoping That it would be over by Easter that he was hoping we would I mean, figure he Yes, He's trying to be the type of leader that instills confidence and not to cause panic. This is what leaders D'oh. Of course, he was freaked out. Of course he was. That's why he shut down the travel. That's what leaders do. They kind of filled throughout the message. So is tonight really freak people out? That's that's what he did. So he put action he put the The action was there to cares how Trump said. Who cares like if he is in your mind? You think he downplayed it. The bottom line is he stopped the travel to and from China if he had known earlier just how contagious it was just how deadly the coronavirus was, he would have done it even sooner, but unfortunately They refuse They meaning the Communist Party in China. They didn't allow our doctors to come in. They refused to give us a sample. They straight up. Lied about a jumping from human to human. Think about it. We only started They even silence their own people when doctors came out, and do you remember those little YouTube videos? We never heard from those people again. They literally It was horrible. What happened that this is what they did. The Chinese Communist Party doesn't care about their own people. What makes you think that they care about Americans or the rest of the world? All they cared about was making a dollar on Lee when it finally hit Italy. Did we really see the scope in the tragedy and just how contagious This disease was but do not forget that at the height of the pandemic in April, you had Governor Newsome in California. You had Cuomo. You had every all of the politicians begrudgingly, but they were all praising Trump and saying That they could call him in the morning for something, and by the afternoon they got it. You had found she had Burkes. You had all of the medical director's and the officials every single one of them saying that trumpet here to every single thing they said to dio, he said, Let's do it. So for them to turn around and say he downplayed it. Heating care. He deserves it. It's disgusting. It's really disgusting. And you know what? It doesn't get more safe than what he did. First of all, Trump is a known germophobe. I don't know if you guys know this. Like he doesn't even like shaking hands. He doesn't I've met him. He doesn't like shaking hands. He is very careful. He has people wash their hands, hand sanitizer. People are constantly rapidly tested around him. He wears it. He follows the CDC guidelines, the CDC guidelines says, when you cannot be more than 6 ft. Apart from somebody, you have to wear a mask. If you see Trump, he was wearing a mask. Any time he's in crowds, he's wearing the mask. He's socially distancing. He's doing everything that you're supposed to dio. So for anybody to say that anybody deserves Corona virus, you, Khun, do you had doctors that came out with Corona virus came down with Corona virus. Think about it. Who knows more about how the Corona virus works in a Dr bright and you had doctors that became sick. Because you could do all the right things sometimes and still get sick. So the fact that the left was giddy with the fact that Trump got cove it and now that he's doing better instead of praising the protocol and saying, Let's implement that across the country they want to tear him down. Call him a liar say he deserves it said he never took it seriously. All these things. It's really Discussing And now that he came out, and he's thanking his supporters. He's showing that he's still working hard, and I believe it. Anybody that knows Donald Trump. He's been around for a long time. Everybody knows him. He's been out on the scene. They know he's a workaholic. They know he's constantly working. That's how he even spent time with its Children. He'd constantly bring his Children to work. And the more you guys hate him, the more I love it, the more I love it, because that's why you had such a huge back to blue of a Yes, today, Staten Island and then even in midtown Manhattan, and you had all the Trump supporters. Everything. So their plan is backfiring. I hate to break it to you guys is 30 days left to the election. You've got to hit the poles. Let's take a phone call. Let's go to Gracie from Rockland County. Hi, Lydia. Listen, you know you 100% right? Everything you said I just want to support something. You went back the blue. I went today to Catholic pro life. Okay, And I have a beautiful T shirt with the blessed mother here on rock when we were on a busy corner, and you don't. You can't imagine how many hunks we got because it said You know pro pro trump all so underneath because that's a candidate who's throw a ball against abortion and minority car after minority car were honking. I don't know what these liberals going to do when he when he wins again. Because I hope we don't have mass suicide. And I'm not kidding, Lydia. They really think they're gonna win right? They really do and I hate to break it to them. The more they push us down, the nastier they get. I'm using Trump's word. The nastier they are, the more it should push us on the right because we are right to do the right thing. Voice our opinions, push our elected officials to do the right thing. Thank you so much for for calling Gracie. Let's go. Teo Steve from Manhattan. Hey, Steve, you're on Lydia. Okay, Great. Lydia On first of all, would Trump let's look at the timeline, but that we knew about with his virus in today knew about in November..
Suffolk DA Rollins Issues List Of 136 Boston Area Police Officers Accused Of Misconduct
"A new public record, making it easier to identify noncredible cops in the Boston area. We find out more from W busies match here. 136 names appear on the list of Suffolk County cops with credibility issues. District Attorney Rachel Rollins released the spreadsheet last night at nine PM as a large protest took place downtown, calling for police reform. Along with each officer's name. The list includes their agency alleged misconduct and any repercussions they faced. The recent state police overtime scandal is the most common offence. But other more serious allegations include assault with a deadly weapon and rape. Prosecutors are required by law to notify the defense of these matters if an officer is to be a witness in a court case, the Boston Globe and pressure DEA Rollins into making this list public after she initially refused. Middlesex in Norfolk counties have already published their lists. Others are working on it.
"suffolk county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"48 hour period. Suffolk County District Attorney Rachel Rollin says victim seriously injured after being stabbed in Roxbury on Harrison Avenue near Nubian Square yesterday morning at about eight o'clock, and that follows other stabbings. In Attleboro. Two women were stabbed on Friday. One of them died, a 24 year old Quincy man. Fatally stabbed in Quincy is Wallison section On Friday night, another victim stabbed that same night seriously injured in Boston's downtown crossing area. No arrests in any of those stabbings. It is 803 voting by mail this November. Well, if you are information on ballots story Check the roads. First, though it's traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Morning, David. Morning, Charlie. Everything in great shape in and around downtown Expressway. A trouble free 10 minute ride either way between Boston and Braintree, Lower end of 93 1 28 on cruise control between there and Westwood. 20 for 95 clear to and from Rhode Island. One is great through Fox for which may not be the case. If today was a normal Patriots game day west of the city, a disabled vehicle on for 95 south by route 62. No hassles north of the city. On the commuter rail system. Newburyport line train 6 50 Train from Rockport has stopped near Salem, and it's close to 20 minutes behind schedule. Little train 2300. The seven o'clock train from little remains at Lowell and Is close to 45 minutes behind schedule. David's truffle Lino W. B. C traffic on the threes. Check that four day W B Z AC UA, the forecast and that, Ben says today we'll see sun and clouds. Temperatures between 70 and 75. Degrees.
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"48 hour period. Suffolk County District Attorney Rachel Rollin says the victim has been seriously injured. Stabbed in Roxbury on Harrison Avenue near Nubian Square yesterday morning, about eight o'clock. This follows other stabbings in Attleboro. Two women stabbed one of them died at a resident on Leroy Avenue in Quincy, a 24 year old man killed in a stabbing at the Wallis Tin section of the city. And also in Boston. Another victim's tow have seriously injured in the downtown crossing area. It is 7032 sheriff's deputies ambushed in California that story coming up, Let's check the roads. First it's the Subaru Retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the freeze. Hello, David Charlie in great shape, heading into downtown on 93 south on five minutes from the Mystic AB exit on 93 across the lower deck in the second bridge wide open on the lever connector on the way to store Oh Dr Hearing about a possible over height vehicle, though, store Oh Dr Westbound, waiting to get further details on that in Cambridge, the O'Brien highway outbound closed to vehicles and pedestrians between the Gilmore Bridge and Leach Mir station until tonight. At the beginning of the Tobin Bridge South but on Rue one occasionally reduced speeds through multiple lane restrictions for ongoing Tobin Bridge work north of the city. For 90 five's looking good through Lawrence and Lowell, not far off for 95 took story route 1 33 and over street clothes that Sheridan Lane because of a rollover. David struck Feli. No W busy traffic on the three second David, Let's check the four day TV Z AC UA, the forecast and that Benz Tells us that today will be pretty nice son in clouds will get to the.
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"Hour period. Suffolk County District Attorney Rachel Rollins says victim seriously injured after being stabbed in Roxbury on Harrison Avenue near Nubian Square That was yesterday morning. At about eight o'clock, and this follows three other stabbings. On Friday In Attleboro, two women were stabbed one of them fatally. A 24 year old Quincy Man fatally stabbed in Quincy is Wallace Tin section on Friday night, Another victim stabbed that same night and seriously injured in Boston's downtown crossing area. No arrests in any of those stabbings. It is 603. If you're voting by mail this November's some information on ballots coming up, check the roads, Traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all we'll drive traffic on the freeze. Hello, David Charlie, keeping an eye on a crash north of the city. Two car crash, One of the vehicles rolled over into the woods. 95 South before exit 53 route 97 Box where we've been seeing emergency apparatus on the way to the scene, using both the north and south bound sides of 95 93 north on barking down a little bit by route to 13 in Methuen, at times with ongoing construction restrictions there at the beginning of the Tobin Bridge, South bound on Rue one. We have various lane restrictions. On times. It gets a little bit sticky there, but once passed that it's fine heading into the city and everything else around downtown is looking good. West of the city routes to west before exit 57, a disabled vehicle being checked 1 90 south, reduced speeds through ongoing construction after exit six and sterling the pike is clear between 2 19. The expressway expressway itself is good to go. David struck Feli No W B C traffic on the three and Let's check the four day Devil. BBC accurate, The forecast minute Benz tells us today. Sun will give way to clouds later today temperatures low and.
In new charges, former Boston police union president accused of sexually abusing 4 more children
"Sex assault charges today against Patrick Rose. Four more accusers have come forward against the former president of Boston's largest police union, Pat Rose was a rain remotely on those charges, which include statutory rape. The Suffolk County Da's office says they pertain to alleged abuse against Hugh Children and dating back to the 19 nineties. Two of the other new alleged victims are still Children. Meanwhile, earlier this month, Pat Rose pleaded not guilty in a child rape case. A judge's now increases his bail to 270,000 from 250,000. He'll be back in cord late next month. Jerry
Child Sex Abuse Charges for Ex-Boston Police Union President
"Against the former president of Boston's largest police union rose rain today remotely on those charges, which include statutory rape. The Suffolk County Da's Office says the charges pertained to alleged abuse against two Children dating back to the 19 nineties. Two of the new, other alleged victims are still Children now. Earlier this month, Rose pleaded not guilty in a child rape case. A judge now increasing roses bail to 270,000. In dollars from 250,000 Rose due back in court next month. Governor Baker today saying the spiking covert cases in Lynn reminds all of us to stay alert to the
Deborah Birx warns Boston is among major US cities seeing increases in coronavirus cases
"The state DPH today reporting 162 new Corona virus cases, 32 new deaths, the highest number this month. New numbers coming out of four today, a Dr Burkes with the White House Corona borrows Taskforce listed Boston and Suffolk County as a place of concern to watch. Chelsea Revere and Boston all reporting an uptick in
Airbnb Shuts Down Dozens Of New Jersey Properties After Large Parties
"Association. We've all been told to avoid large gatherings. And that's why big parties along the shores of New Jersey this summer are making waves many of the property's heir listed through Airbnb Airbnb is suspending or removing nearly three dozen listings and rental properties across the state of New Jersey that have received complaints or violated party or events policy that knows what comes after. State health officials warn that large house parties led to clusters of covert 19 outbreaks. Democratic governor Phil Murphy said large gatherings, especially younger people, were leading to positive Corona virus tests. Authorities have received numerous complaints. People packed closely together, including one party, with more than 700 people, jokes. Europe Fox News, Tropical Storm is turning up the surf up and down the East Coast. Making conditions downright dangerous about the weather system isn't the only reason red flags are flying on New York's Long island. There have been quite a few shore exciting. In recent days. This one was spotted off the coast of Long Island, Suffolk County. On Friday afternoon. It was spotted by the area's new shark Patrol that's made up of helicopters, boats, jets get seasoned police and lifeguards sort of keeping a look out in the ocean, Fox's ASHA Hosni in New York In the past week, a dozen sharks have been spotted along the southern shore of Long Island. Last week, a woman was killed by a shark in Maine. I'm yourself and this is
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"Long Island and Suffolk County to the news Chalk leader. 77 W. A. B. C. The NYPD is investigating after two people were found shot to death in a car in the Bronx has happened just after 1 a.m. on Sedgewick Avenue in the Highbridge section. Police say they were called to a reported crowd condition. Officers arrived to find two deceased men inside of a parked car. They have not yet been identified and investigation is ongoing. And a man has escaped death, suffering only minor injury as he escaped a building that was collapsing yesterday in Brooklyn at 3 38 Court Street, a three story building there and have about 4 30 Wednesday afternoon. This guy's name is Bob Chris. Sandy cheated death. Escaping from the second floor is a building caved and lucky to be alive, Man. I'm definitely London not to be alive. This man witnessed that implosion. He works next door to that building, explaining what else can go wrong. This year, Marshall stop work order had been issued for failure to maintain the building weeks ago. The building was under renovation at the time of the collapse. I'll know in Dordogne income Monday in New York City here is correspondent Steve Kastenbaum said he was going to allow restaurants and bars to resume service indoors next week with capacity restrictions. But then Mayor Bill de Blasio said cases started surging across the country and we particularly problems revolving around people going back to bars and restaurants indoors so and phase three kicks in next week. Restaurants will not be allowed to reopen their indoor spaces over in New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has also slammed the door. And endure dining at restaurant. It's all to do Scenes of noncompliance. It was part of the state's phase two. Reopening correspondent Bob Brown report. Governor Murphy is allowing a number of indoor facilities along the Jersey Shore to reopen including casinos, bowling alleys, regimes and RK As we head into the Independence Day weekend. We're still moving forward. As quickly as we can. But as safely as we must have to amusement parks will be opening with new guidelines in place, including limiting capacity to 50%. In addition, you must wear face masks and maintain social distancing while in line and on rides, which will be sanitized. Frequently. I'm Bob Round for 77 on W. ABC News. Non compliance in Rockland County, a party host in West Nyack, who was already showing symptoms of covert 19 held a party anyway. That happened on June 17th. Partygoers now who also attended two subsequent parties are not cooperating with contact tracers like this woman. I don't have to speak with you. Don't call me again. I Will not tell you anything, or I was not at the party. It doesn't matter what anyone else says. I was not there and I'm not going to speak. Nine subpoenas have been issued at least a party goers who also attended those two other parties face $2000 a day. Fines for Non compliance. They've all tested positive for covert 19 w. ABC News Time. 70 for traffic and weather. Next on this special.
Markey, Harris, Booker to introduce resolution calling for elimination of qualified immunity
"Meantime Massachusetts senator ed Markey is teaming up with fellow senators Cory Booker and Kamala Harris they're introducing a new resolution to end the concept known as qualified immunity a confessional Civil Rights Act of eighteen seventy one allows people to sue public officials including police officers we deprive them of their civil rights but the senator says the Supreme Court has granted police officers qualified immunity which sets standards for a lawsuit that would be so high that it would almost never succeed objective was to be able to find a prior case in which the courts have already gained the challenge use of course to be illegal but the case must also be in the same jurisdiction with the same facts the same context in the same conduct even the smallest distinctions between the cases result in a dismissal of the case on grounds of qualified immunity marquis went on to say that Congress has to act because the Supreme Court so far has refused to change their interpretation on this said hold that the Supreme Court would recognize the problems it created and take out any one of the more than a dozen qualified immunity appeals pending before but on Monday Monday of this week the High Court again hundreds he used to bring up those cases Suffolk County DA Rachel Rollins joining marquee for the presser today saying this concept has led to a rogue police officers believing they can kill with
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"Of Suffolk County to Nassau County just a typical build up on the I like the west on that happy into one's head and then as you approach it will it's happening our next topic updates coming up in fifteen minutes now take a look at the W. O. R. weather channel forecast rain in the forecast clouds while the increase today high forty three rain starts this evening maybe some snow west and north of thirty nine overnight with more rain rain and early tomorrow fifty one a few clouds at only thirty three on Friday currently thirty nine A. W. a war I mean your old three Stooges went with sports sports is brought to you by Rutgers athletics Chris Kreider scored twice the Rangers won in Winnipeg for once the islanders three Philadelphia five three in Brooklyn the devils lost to Florida by three the wrong baseball spring training workouts begins the day and the next maybe one of the worst teams in the league but for says it's the most viable NBA franchise a whopping four point six billion dollars says winning is everything now there's no land Bernie Sanders takes New Hampshire new audio shows Michael Bloomberg defending stop and frisk and Harvey Weinstein sex assault trial defense wraps up its case that story and more coming up on seven ten W. O. R. K. it's never too late if you can write not if you're still breathing you're still second wind you can still do this I don't care how old you are if this economic well hi Dave Ramsey weeknights at nine on seven ten W. O. lawyers to brew is the twenty nineteen most trusted brand according to Kelley blue book this Kelley blue book's most trusted brand for five years running test drive a new Subaru today at your local New York New Jersey Subaru retailer attention men and women if you're one of the millions that suffer from discomfort with your knee back or shoulder and it's becoming harder to enjoy simple things like working out or just going for a walk please listen carefully my name is Donna Taylor founder of CBT laps and here's my story I was suffering with so much physical discomfort that I had to do something about it with.
"suffolk county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And Suffolk County district attorney Rachel Rollins says preliminary evidence indicates this tragedy was very likely a double murder suicide D. A. Rollins says Erin passed calendar two children Allison and Andrew apparently died from impact off a high level of that garage while they're still looking at the circumstances the garage site itself is significant the same location as two other separate suicides this year the garage is owned by Northeastern University there is also a possible tie according to the DA to an incident I have the victim's residence not long before their deaths that is still being investigated in thank you very much colonel a fourteen year old boys suspected in a fatal stabbing in New York was found and now just released the chief of detectives tweeting out the news earlier today but giving very few details the boy is one of three teens suspect it or thought to be involved with the stabbing death of eighteen year old Tessa majors Barnard College freshman majors was stabbed to death in Morningside park near campus on December eleventh Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is being accused of sabotaging the Senate impeachment proceeding by Connecticut senior senator Richard Blumenthal in no trial does the defendant have they say about how the trial is going to be conducted the defendant doesn't get to set the rules for the trial Blumenthal accuses McConnell of saying he will not be impartial and we'll do the president's betting on Sunday Democrats issued new demands for McConnell to call witnesses who president trump refused to provide for the house investigation Republicans argue house speaker Nancy Pelosi must immediately send articles.
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"Suffolk County DA's office is now handling the investigation promising a thorough and impartial review turns out the up coming sales tax holiday in Massachusetts will not cover everything for your night on the town WBZ's Charlie Sherman on a last minute clarification for the weekend of August seventeenth two thousand eighteen law establishing the tax holiday is a permanent annual fixture did not as written specifically exempt meals purchased at restaurants as had been the case when it was decided year to year whether to hold a holiday for a time it wasn't clear if restaurants might be included during the two day hiatus that consumers enjoy from paying sales tax but on Wednesday the legislature voted to exclude meals from the sales tax holiday I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ Boston news radio and the red Sox losing streak hits eight they loose of the Yankees last night seven to four another rough effort from a starter David price getting the loss it's eight thirty eight dollar check of business news that comes from Bloomberg Sandra day good morning Andrew they wanted a FedEx and UPS delivery trucks common sights on week days soon will be just as common on weekend the rise of online retailing increases demand for quick delivery the package distribution giants are adding and expanding their Sunday business Wall Street journal says all in an effort to keep a lid on costs fed ex and UPS will rely on lower paid drivers on Sunday's that X. will use an independent contractor model which pays drivers less U. P. S. got a two tiered wage system in its latest union contract allowing it to use lower paid work forces during the weekends China has responded to president trump's latest terror threat by letting its currency stumble to the weakest level in more than a decade and asking state owned companies to suspend imports of US farm products and slamming stock futures S. and P. futures down forty three nasdaq futures down two percent and zero day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio coming up a stormy night in Attleboro this is shell Rotella gas truck this is truck oil this is hunting fishing camping way.
"suffolk county" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning New York. This is the cats roundtable. Try and cats from T._D.'s here Sunday morning. What's going on in New York? What's going on in Suffolk County well? It's the hottest weekend ever suffolk. Napa County is busier than I can't remember Peckham allowed to say how is it busied inhale well. It's hot and it's busy <hes> with us. This morning is Sheriff Arrow L. D. too long junior chauffeur sworn in in Suffolk County as it's sixty seven sheriff and Sheriff and in Suffolk County is the highest law enforcement forsman official good morning <hes> sheriff to how are you today the morning John Thank you for having the biggest problem last year when we first met in Suffolk County was gangs. How Ah you making albums gangs? Are you winning the war. I you know I believe we all went into war. We have great partners with commissioner heartening Suffolk County Police Department in our district attorney Tim cine inside of our <hes> our correctional correctional facilities were able to acquire a lot of information that really assists all law enforcement partners in either stopping crime or actually <hes> giving the evidence to go out and identify the culprits so I think we're making great great strides here in Suffolk County regarding our gang violence and <hes> is it rush in certain parts of the county been others and our populations that have <hes> <hes> you know where <hes> certain gangs like the bloods or M._s. thirteen or the CRIPS <hes> May congregate. I can tell you that I actually went to El Salvador last year for a week just to learn more about what this particular group and and you know some of the people that are committing these crimes so I can be better informed than health. Hopefully leave this agency in in a better direction <hes>. I do think that we're identifying individuals a lot quicker <hes>. We're able to cultivate information. That's really you know working to our advantage and also using statistical analysis and also predictive analysis as to <hes> crimes that are going to be committed in Suffolk County because the one thing about the Suffolk County Charles offices at every individual that gets arrested and remanded come swore jail so whether there from the east end the Long Island or the western end of Long Island all those individuals are here and so we're able to actually establish relationships ships and obtain information how <hes> except the county <hes> handling heat you know way struggling your waxing our residents to conserve on energy of course we're always concerned about <hes> electrical electrical power outages in various places because of overuse but I'm very confident that <hes> p._S._e.. Angie is going to be able to provide the residents. <hes> Tha for adequate electricity now on surface East Coast Guard responsible responsible for what goes boats on the surface or is a sheriff's office in Suffolk County well we we sheriff's office actually overseas the waterways out east. We do partner with the coastguard scarred but we are the primary agency now. It's a big secret is at one time you were at rikers island. There's yes I twenty five years of my professional career career there. I started as a New York City Correction Officer <hes> in nineteen eighty two <hes> and during my time they we almost say twenty five thousand they may retired as a captain in two thousand and in two thousand four and then came back in two thousand fourteen as a deputy commission of operations and work there for two and a half years and I can't tell you a little tidbit. My father was awarded on rikers for thirty six years and my younger brother was a deputy warden for thirty three years so <hes> have a longstanding longstanding history with his own New York City corrections. Nobody's telling New Yorkers the truth. Is it the right thing because down breakers were just fix it up from my perspective the best thing for the residents it would be to fix it up and I'll tell you why we when we had twenty five thousand prisoners and our census started to decrease. We close a lot of the borough facilities so we had repurchase three prison barges from England. And two in Manhattan and we still have one that remains in the Bronx we had the bronx ouster detention which was demolished with the reconstruction of the Yankee Stadium. The Queen's ousted attention was closed. The Brooklyn Navy Yard was closed for Bell St Joe's closed so all of his jails that run existence close as a census went down and that might have been the perfect opportunity if the city chose to move and have a close rikers island and put bro facilities so now the tax burden of building new jails and I believe Staten Island as ready been identified as not having jail I believe that several elected officials in Queens that do not want a jail in their in their communities and so that really leaves Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan and so you're gonNA burden whether it's eight nine or ten thousand inmates <hes> into those three boroughs is not fair to those residents and so fixed rikers island make the system better make it better so that visitors can come in and see their family members friends or loved ones weather's incarcerated there streamlined process. <hes> you know close jail or fix it up and reopen it. I don't understand why they would want <hes> transplant additional transportation in communities <hes> you know former inmates walking back and forth <hes> you know you never know what other type of individuals who are going to be visiting <hes> you know it's it's it's it's GonNa change the culture various communities and you know it's going you know some some places maybe a little unsafe and just from hearing Bronx Brooklyn and Manhattan you know those are the boroughs that are probably going to be adversely affected. I mean I just don't see as a New Yorker. <hes> how how possibly they can put a jail in your neighborhood or in Manhattan neighborhoods or Queens neighborhoods or Brooklyn. It's my body but somebody has to put their foot down and we hope that the next mayor does put put their foot down anything else. You'd like to tell a New Yorkers weather in Suffolk County or whether in New York City one of the things that I'm really proud of is the fact that we've partnered with the Sandy. You who promised foundation and you know that foundation was started by <hes> parents who lost their children in that shooting in Newtown Connecticut and so we've been able meaning sheriff's office has been able to train over eight thousand kids in Suffolk County county to say something to a trusted adult whether they hear it in the classroom they see it on social media. If they hear of a friend or classmate that's wants to harm themselves a home others. They're going to a trusted adult and just one quick success story. We had a young lady at sixth grader. Classmates told her that her mother's boyfriend was sexually abusing her and so this young lady is sixth grade had the courage to go until a trusted adult and not only we're able to get this this person person arrested we were able to move her classmate and her mother to a safe location and I think it's very important that we really start to engage children so that they can talk to us a lot of them. Facing a lot of trauma and a lot of different issues that we have never experience when we were growing up and so the root causes of of some of the issues that they're facing is one of the things we're really trying to be a community oriented law enforcement agency out here in Suffolk County Suffolk County Sheriff's office and I think it's one the things that are most proud of is how much we are engaged with our community because we really care we want to keep people save. Everyone would make make this a place where people wanna stay or come back to <hes> sheriff. We have a one more minute anything else well well. You know we've created quite a few rehabilitative programs. We realized that we have an extensive we have a lot of inmates were over the age of fifty so we created a pot for fifty five and over actually had five individuals over the age of seventy as of Monday eh <hes> we've created a program to help our eighteen to twenty five year olds where they're going through small engine repair landscaping <hes> construction <hes> training so that they had transferable skills when they leave us and then we're working with all female population population because we have a significant amount of females that have been part of the human trafficking <hes> issue and so now only we working with them so that they can <hes> deal with their their own personal issues trauma but also identify <hes> they traffickers so that we can arrest them and we really hoping then policies women so that they can return back to the community. Take care of the children get jobs and be productive members of Society Suffolk County Sheriff Arrow to on..
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"The morning, New York. This is the cats round table. John casper. Tedious here Sunday morning. What's going on New York? What's going on Long Island? We this morning, Steve. Bologne Steve is the county executive for Suffolk County. Good morning. Steve below now. You today. Good morning, John. Great to be with you. Stephen loan. I heard you have a brain you initiative to help people in Suffolk County. You have a three one one system. You wanna tell all long island's about it. Yeah. Actually, first of its kind in the state for a county, we now have up and running three one one where residents can call, you know, one of the biggest challenges people face out here, John and, you know, this, there are so many different governments. We have villages towns, the county, government, you have speed issues, and it's a challenge for people to know where to go. You know, we could be a say a pothole issue. You know, people aren't thinking about when they hit a pothole, whether it's. A town road village road county road. These want to know that the potholes going to get filled. So, you know, we implement three one now people have a number they can call and be directed to the right place. Get the right of mation, and we can take care of the issue. So it's a big thing. It's also really helpful on the public safety side, John because, you know, we get tens of thousands of calls a year that are nonemergency. So those nine one, one operators, you know, get time taken up dealing with these non emergency calls by having three one will formal those out and allow those nine one one center operators to, to really focus on emergencies which will help public safety. Started affective when all we just started this past month at his live. Now, we actually have several of our departments hooked in. We're going to be adding in the remaining departments shortly. But we are alive. It's nine to four thirty although people can get it after hours. They can leave a message and they'll get a return call back, but, you know, it's going to be very helpful to, John, you as we as we gather information about, you know what the concerns are on. What the problems are out there to allow us to deploy our resources more efficiently effectively using data and that's gonna help us reduce costs for the government then for taxpayers overtime. So when it's anonymous. Agency. Dow three one one between nine and four thirty anything else that's emergency. You down nine one one Suffolk County. Is that correct? Exactly. If it's emergency cold down on one but you know what? If it's anything, but an emergency call that three one, one number even if it's after hours, you can leave a message, you one of the call center operators will be back to you the next day. I understand that you went to Normandy, for DNA. Can you tell us about? Yeah. Yeah, it was. You know, one of the most moving extraordinary experiences that I've had, and I actually always over there with my wife and my kids, it was very important. John, I wanted to I wanted them to, to meet these d day veterans, you know who seventy five years ago, literally storm, these beaches, turn the tide of World War Two and, and help save the world. You know, it's, it's amazing what they did. And we were all. Over there. John, we were standing in line waiting for the buses roll to move to the to the American seven Terry. Normandy overlooking Omaha beach, and, you know, we just met a day veteran Paul worth who is actually one of the five who's honored by French president. Emmanuel Macron and President Trump. And, and we were talking to him. He was the second wave at Omaha beach. He went onto to serve in the battle of the bulge, and was part of the first unit to enter Berlin and, and the war, you know, in talking to somebody like that it was, it was absolutely amazing. He, he actually, as he started talking about his experience, experiences, welled up a little bit, and it was a reminder, you know, even though this is more than seven decades ago, you know, those war experiences, and it doesn't matter if it's World War, Two Vietnam, whatever Korea, they stay with your lifetime. You know they they don't they don't go away and, you know, seeing all those walking that cemetery seeing those graves of those who, who did so much, the secure freedom in the d day invasion, was just incredibly moving, John. It was very moving. I watched it on television. And I had tears in my eyes also to John. I'll tell you what we, we took an American flag over there that we raised over our national cemeteries on Long Island, Long Island, national and Calverton, which is sacred ground out here. And we raised that over the Memorial Day weekend. We brought that flag with us to Normandy. And we raised it on d day, June sixth at the American cemetery at Omaha beach. And we raised it over that sacred ground there. We brought it home with us. And we're going to be displaying it here in the county government, and every year on d day now we will be bringing that flag out. We will raise it at armed forces plaza at the county here and use that to honor our World War, Two veterans and our d day veterans every beautiful on Wednesday show last week, we had a console woman from Nassau County. And she was very, very much concerned that long islanders, especially millennials are not gonna stay in Long Island thinking of moving do you ever similar problems Suffolk County? Yeah. It's, it's our top priority from an economic development perspective. John, you know, we have to create an environment that is attractive to young people. We need to retain the young people that we have now we need to be region that detracting others from around the region around the country. And I think the key to doing that we have an economic development plan called connect Long Island. And it's about leveraging the great assets that we have the innovation assets, we have the natural resources, we have the transportation assets, and the downtown's creating really vibrant downtowns connected by trim strong transportation and filled with innovation jobs, and the kind of housing and vibrancy that young people want. And need? So, you know, we we're focused on, you know, the littering on all of those issues, the transportation, the housing and the vibrancy as keys to attracting young people to our region. Steve Malone Nestle county exotic, thank you so much for coming on to send me morning and, and filling in all New Yorkers and what's going on Suffolk County and we'll catch up with you again. That's good. John, thank you. Thank you. This is the cats round table. We'll be right back..
"suffolk county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Shifts to the schools the education department is investigating eight schools. Caught up in the college admissions cheating scandal, Yale, Georgetown, USC Stanford and others were notified that officials. Wanted know what they violated federal rules surrounding the management of federal student aid more than thirty people were charged in the scheme in which wealthy parents allegedly paid bribes to get their kids into the prestigious schools. Pam Coulter, CBS news. So this is the downside of a healthy economy due to very low unemployment maximum unemployment benefits are about to be cut back here. In massachusetts. The timeframe will be reduced from thirty to twenty six weeks of coverage state law requires the decrease if the twelve month rolling average on unemployment is below five point one percent here in Massachusetts. We are well below that number the shortened period applies to new claims filed on or after the end of this month after a couple of months on the job Suffolk County district attorney, Rachel Ralph. Unleashes a policy memo defining her vision for that office going forward. WBZ's Carl Stevens reports part of the plan focuses on the fair treatment of immigrants in a sixty five page memo ritual Rollins establishes guidelines and priorities in a number of areas perhaps most significantly involving the treatment of immigrants in Suffolk County courthouses, I believe fundamentally that churches schools hospitals, and the public areas of courthouses are places where people should be able to go without the fear of arrest. She tells her staff if they see an ice agent or someone from homeland security and a courthouse they should call her or her first assistant right away. She doesn't want. Anybody scared out of courthouses Carl Stevens WBZ? Boston's NewsRadio lawyers for Joaquin Guzman. Better known as El Chapo are seeking a new trial ABC's Brian Clark with more keen goosebumps did not receive a fair trial in federal court here because of juror misconduct. That's the claim from lawyers for the Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo in a court filing that seeks a hearing follows a vice news report that at least five jurors disregarded. The judges instructions and read news coverage of the trial before Guzman was convicted of murder and drug conspiracy charges the motion claims jurors disgust sensational allegations that were not included in proceedings. Guzman is due to be sentenced in June faces life in prison. Brian Clark ABC news New York, eighteen thirty two degrees. Bright sunshine in Boston on a Wednesday. Which means we're halfway to the weekend..
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"Jim gag already NewsRadio eight ten in what? Oh, three one. WG wise debate heats up about the legalization of recreational marijuana in New York. A medical marijuana dispensary said to be opening on route nine in Half Moon. F B wellness run by Fiorello pharmaceuticals is the first dispensary of its kind to open in Saratoga county manager, Katie Ogden says the process is different from going to a regular pharmacy. Doctor would make the recommendation and send it to us and the recommendation watchlist state per pharmacists consultation. So really what the patients are determining what product they want is going to be with, you know, with the pharmacist hands on patients will need to have a medical marijuana card in their doctor to be registered with the state to purchase products Fiorello operates marijuana growing facility in Glenville state legislature set to talk about making recreational marijuana legal in New York state, one downstate lawmaker says no way in his county Suffolk County legislator Robert Trotter proposing a Bill that would make it illegal to sell recreational marijuana in. Suffolk County Don of north Hempstead already approved a ban. Now Trotta is pushing for a county wide band says he's worried about a rise in car accidents from people smoking pot then getting behind the wheel Bill would allow Suffolk County to opt out of any state legalization as directed by governor Cuomo state police in the state education department are investigating claims that a group of pre teenage black students were strip search by the staff at east middle school in Binghamton Cuomo issuing a statement saying that quote, the allegations that twelve year old girls were strip searched for drugs after being perceived as Hyperion giddy at the school are deeply disturbing and Ray serious concerns of racial and gender. Bias a statement from state police say they will thoroughly investigate the incident in consultation with local authorities school district denies the girls were strip searched or punished coming up the W G Y AccuWeather forecast..
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"York state is mistake says we will not cooperate with ice. They're a bunch of thugs. He politicized. Is there a bunch of thumbs we said, we will sue them. So the brand new Nassau County executive Laura current who probably is at that state of the state address up in Albany for her hero and. Andrew cuomo. She has told I set you will have to remove yourself from the national county lockup. Well, is she not being forced to do that? No, no, hold on a second though. Because there was an appellate court ruling against a suffered policy of holding individuals under federal warrants. What was that county and Suffolk County did that say national? No, it did not. All right. So why is she preemptively kicking is out of the national county lockup where there are many known MS thirteen gang members and eighteenth street gang members, who are you? She says we are complying with the law. We're aligning what we're doing with that law. We're still going to work with our federal partners where it's appropriate. Appropriate. So she is the danger of what is appropriate nor does it not. So let me get in shape. Ladies, gentlemen. Now, she she finishes off that debt quote with Nassau County is tough on crime tough-on-crime here. It is the leader of the state Andrew Cuomo. And for a third time. I'm gonna play you what he said about those men and women who are on the front lines going out every day getting MS thirteen off the streets and their adversaries eighteenth street. Most of whom are illegal status mistake says we will not cooperate with ice. They're a bunch of thugs. He politicized ice. They're a bunch of thugs. We said we will sue them. So if they commit crimes and local lockups. Me if they commit crimes locally, and then they get sent to county jails for processing, it may be state time. If it's a really should be a crime found guilty. We are saying in the state of New York, you will not let us know when they get released. We announced saying and national county and Suffolk County in the lockups. We will not tell ice when they release. So guess what they come back into our community, isn't that what basically happened with these kids that were busted dabbing of some other kids from Huntington high school over at the Burger King Davies kids had already been in trouble with the law. They'd already been taken. They were led out. Nobody the wiser slipped right back into their neighborhoods to prey on their own regiment, and this vicious cycle continuum. So conceivably had they've been you know, had they serve their their little time. They get let out how they've been sent over to ice ice would have this is what we have. Explain to everybody. What happens you're in a county lockup exchange Shafiq, Brentwood, Islip potential is being the big centers of MS thirteen Nassau County Hempstead being the big center of MS thirteen. So they sent to the county lockup they do time for the local crimes, whatever it is. All right. I used to be right there in the county lockup on the campus. They had like a trailer on the campus. They have a travel they should be in general mix of the population. But the isolated to trailers, but they would come and they would say I see you releasing prisoners fourteen seven today Jose, you will release him into our custody. He's illegal. He is committed crimes in his country of origin. We are deporting him or they may actually be trying him for federal crimes committed. Now. Nassau County is saying no Suffolk County is saying, no. And the governor is saying, no. So now, we understand why the president is making such an issue of gang bangers. Coming across the border, particularly at the Mexican border with the United States, and why he wants that wall. So desperately. Well, I mean, I think we need to start with what's going on right here. We already know that there are identified gang bangers have that are that are right right now locked up once they're released where are they going to go. So this Thomas Dekker guy who's who's the icefield director field office director here in the Nassau County area. He's like, look, I mean, these these guys these these MS thirteen guys he's criminal deportable alien gang members. They should we're here. So that they're not released back into the community. You're telling us than how we have to get off the so now, we're not gonna know, ladies and gentlemen, your state government your county government at work in one inch since you have the president trying to build the wall to keep them out. And then you have the state basically, saying come here commit crimes, and guess what we won't turn you over to the feds. When you've done your time one eight hundred eight four Ray WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two to to want to give it up. Update on what happened to Jack Abrahams school yesterday in the village of Huntington. Well, that's the Huntington. That's Huntington station. I think the only school ever to be closed in the United States public school. But first, let's go to the phones each Danny was calling from Long Island. Welcome the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy here. WABC Danny good afternoon. I was fight ups at the moment. I saw this yesterday. And Julia, I'm glad you're out of Manhattan. What's going on is a famous line from Casablanca where the guy said to help people got welcome to the fight Curtis. Has it pretty much correct? But my life and law enforcement, and I would arrest somebody for a crime matter how minor will be I would do a warrant check on them. So now why arrest apart? Remember, an ice to Tena means you've been arrested you've already have a deportation order to leave the country, you've ignored it. Now. I don't care if you had been arrested for drinking a beer or from a homicide, whatever the case may be as soon as you come into custody, the police the police should notify ice you have an ice. You've you've already gone through the process you've ignored or deportation deportation. What just like you said correctly. Julia to two of the three people involved in a stabbing in your neighborhood had been arrested and will release three people arrested in Maryland last week with a quarter million dollars a mess on the way to New York. One of them was arrested for shooting in December. And but Danny Danny say, yeah, you get all bent out of shape, New.
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"All right, Nancy. This was a good point that I thought was made by Senator Graham, how do you possibly negotiate with people that think it's immoral and racist to build it, although they had a very different opinion just a few years ago. Brandon Judd is the president of the national border patrol council. Twenty years active border patrol veteran. He was on stage with the president last week as we were listening to these brave men and women that put their lives on the line every day. Also, congressman Lee Zeldin of New York, he sits on the house, foreign affairs and financial services committees. Welcome both of you the point that I think that you need we need to emphasize here. Does the wall will the walls work? Well, of course, they will. But before we get into that police say, you know, we appreciate all the time that you've been down to the border, but personally having seen it you can speak from that first hand, I can tell you personally that when politicians encourage people to break our laws. You get more people doing it. And that's what's happening today. We have politicians that are pandering to people that are breaking our laws, which is then encouraging more people to come. And that's where the wall comes in. We have to be able to physically keep people from entering the country illegally. There's nothing that can be done minus physical barriers, and that's what President Trump is looked at. And that's what he continues to look at. And that's why he's pushing so hard for those barriers. So that we can physically to people out and that we cannot do at this point in time. You know, one of the things that I've talked about I've shown often on television is the drug warehouses themselves. Now, I only saw one is probably one of the biggest warehouses I ever remember being in. And I don't know. I assume in the twenty some odd years you've worked on the border. You probably have been in them yourself. And the stench is almost unbearable if you would agree with that assessment. Oh, it's the stench. In warehousing. But it's equally if not worse, and these these stash houses where they put people, I if you saw the weighty smugglers, treat, these people. But again, it's our politicians that are encouraging these people to put themselves in the hands of the smugglers deep politicians be clone to to want to protect people that want you that they cleaned it. They they love the sanctity of life. They're the ones that continue to put to encourage these people to put themselves in the hands of these smugglers. They get put any stash houses where they're treated like animals. There's there's very few places to use the restroom there's very little food little water, you know, all of these things. And so it it it baffles me that they claim on one hand q really want to help people. But on the other hand, they allow these smugglers to conclude this multi billion dollar industry impo soon. And drug trafficking. Congressman Zeldin who's by the way, a congressman from Long Island, New York. And you know, look at the three hundred Americans killed every week from heroin ninety percent of that heroin. And it is a problem in your district in Long Island in New York. And it's a bigger problem in every small town big city. Now, we call the opioid problem. And what we have our kids getting burst addicted to these pain pills vicodin, Oxycontin Pirker sets, then they can't pay eighty bucks a pill on the street, and then these ten dollar bags of heroin ninety percent of it coming from our southern border becomes their next. Stop. And that is basically a death sentence for people. That's more people killed than what was happening during the height of the Vietnam war in nineteen sixty eight. Yeah. This is bigger this bigger than just people who are crossing illegally us about things that are coming across legally as well. I have been to too many wakes for young men young women who are overdosing on heroin in an opioid abuse epidemic. And it is an epidemic is plaguing. My constituents in Suffolk County, but it's all across the entire country. We care about combating drug trafficking human trafficking, sex trafficking. We have an MS thirteen problem in Suffolk County on Long Island. The president has been to Suffolk County multiple times in his done a great job in confronting this crisis. Head on a we want to see the illegal immigration crisis at our border, confronted not only to stop people from crossing illegally, but also things to protect national security and public safety and that that's where my constituents are at. And that is why we want. Those in Washington that congressional Democrats were refusing to negotiate with the president. They're unwilling to compromise. They're talking about morality what what really is immoral as for them not taking their seriously enough to be willing to negotiate with this president with Republicans for what helps protect would sit down with the vice president of the United States. So we talked about this police officers saying I was killed out in California. And the sheriff out there tied a lot of this to the sanctuary city laws that prevent ice from going. In other words, you have not only the laws broken on illegal immigration people coming here illegally, but then they become criminals within the country. And then they're within our Justice system and ice normally without sanctuary city or in the case of California's sanctuary state protections ice what identify them and then on their release date from prison. They would then therefore be deported. That is now that is now being prevented from happening. In other words, they're aiding. And abetting pretty much the lawbreaking that continues well on top of the officers saying heroes put to rest this weekend. We have a case in Knoxville Tennessee, where another illegal immigrant criminal in the Justice system. You know, literally, the mother of a young man Pierce Corcoran. I think is his name from Knoxville, Tennessee. She released a statement as we mourn are precious son and try to honor his memory were also faced with the fact that there is much discussion surrounding is tragic death for us. There are two issues, safety and responsibility as it pertains to safety. We are not the first nor will we be the last to lose a loved one on a road to known to many as dangerous. This is something we feel must be addressed as pertains to responsibility. We as parents while we taught all three of our children are be responsible for their actions, we discussed within their need to maintain their vehicles always have their license registration insurance up to date, and everyone is well aware that the forty four. Four year old man and our twenty two year olds son's death did not practice the same responsibility and has not done. So for fourteen years. I mean, I how do you even respond to that? If you're a democrat won't even sit down with the vice president of the United States, and you refer to ice agents, Brandon as we'll compare them to the clan or or say that they're immoral and racist, you know, y if you're an illegal alien, and you were allowed to break our laws. Why would you think that any other laws are important in this country? Again, when you look at it from a political standpoint all this has become it's become an argument over over rhetoric. It's become an argument of of how can we keep power? How can we get people in our eighth? I'm talking about the liberal base. How can we get people to vote for us? And all they do is they pander to these individuals that break our laws. They're gonna come here. They're not gonna think that any other laws are important if they were allowed to break the. Immigration laws that they do not consider our laws important, and they prove it over and over and over again. So the last sentence lease Zeldin in this statement by the family in Knoxville goes, we're all aware as a family that nothing will bring Pierce back. But don't tell me my son who lived in this country, followed its rules doesn't deserve better for God's sakes out of the respect for the men and women who fought and fight to make this country such a desirable place to live do the right thing and come here, legally and become a responsible citizen. Pretty powerful remarks. I it is they're they're angry. They want to make sure that something positive comes from the loss from the sacrifice that they are going through. And they're able to just call it for what it is in Washington. They know that this isn't about money. This is about giving President Trump a win e where you're talking about infrastructure, and if you made. A million a one and a half trillion. If you said, let's make it a two and a half trillion dollars without even asking what you're going to spend another trillion dollars on infrastructure on. They would say, yes, they'd be happy to add a trillion dollars. So it's it's not about the money. It's it's only a few billion dollars that the president's asking for. They just passed new rules in the house where you're going to automatically be increasing the debt limit without a separate debate and vote this isn't about money. It's preventing the president from getting a win in these victims families are frustrated when they see this opposition pledging to resist oppose impeach obstruct everything and anything, and then something positive can't come from the loss that they are. Unfortunately, having to deal with they wanted this to to ensure that other families aren't getting experience what they're going to experience it out lessons are being learned. But politicians partisanship politics is preventing that from happening in our anger by. I think they have a right. I gotta take a quick break. We'll come back more with Brandon Judd, president of the national border patrol council and congressman Lee Zeldin. Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number. 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