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"walla tosa" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

06:59 min | 10 months ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Criminals are heroes. The young people who are looking at this who are internalizing these messages say, Oh, the guy who points the gun at the cop he's the good guy, the cop who points the gun back and shoots the guy with the gun. He's the bad guy. So the one guy who stands for fair law application to all of us, he's bad. The thug who just wants to shoot people and take whatever other people have worked for. He's the hero. Joe. Mil- I'm sorry John Lonski is on the phone is the president of the Walla Tosa. Peace Officers Association, talk about the case of Joseph. Mensah. Welcome to the program. Let's start there John I. Know that's not specifically about the case and the way the city of Walla Tosa has behaved, which is appalling. But as a police officer when you see this nonstop, the COP is always the bad guy. The thug is always the good guy doesn't that probably translate to a lot more thugs. Does the Vicki year year correct and you know it's disheartening and and honestly it hurts when you talk to a lot of law enforcement officers who has spent the greater part of their life in career looking out for members of their community to suddenly be the bad guys. and. Now we've got officer Mensah who was in a conference I know you can't speak specifically about the case, but we can just say general he was in a confrontation with a suspect who had a gun pointed at the officer the officer shot the suspect with the gun. This is under investigation. The investigation has not yet been completed and this police officer somehow has become. The target does your of the people who WanNa flip the script on who should be the heroes and who should be the enemies, and so this guy has experienced tax at his own home on his girlfriend. Personal. Attacks himself the mayor members of the city council have put out information that is designed to to bias the public opinion against this officer. And you know I mean. It doesn't seem like there's a at least in terms of media. There's there's a big interest in pointing out the fallacies of what has been going on and the bizarre flip script on all of this. You're correct although I don't get a starting to gain more attention. So, so Let's let's start with the mayor the mayor just recently. Mary McBride just, recently. Put out a statement claiming that he had experts tell him that no police officer had ever been involved in three fatal officer involved shootings before that he claimed that it's not true and refuses to identify his experts but this is now information that is being. Promoted in an official capacity by the leader of the city, and that can only have the effect of making people think that this officer did something. Awful. Lot of people who may be on the law enforcement community aren't aware of a number of the other officer involved shootings. Around the country and so when that misinformation is out admittedly the public in discredits the character of the individual. Officer. So, you've asked the mayor to retract that statement. His response was basically I don't want to quibble over quote factual disagreements. You know it's not a factual disagreement that information to claim that this is something unusual and it's not that an officer was involved in multiple officer involved shootings. Leaving that out, there is to suggest that this officer did something wrong. Here's something else that does it influences the investigation hasn't been completed yet. Crack in pointed out other instances in which officers have been involved in three or more fatal shootings. That this is not as unique as the public is being led to believe. And we just tried remain focused on the fact, which is how you have to look at an individual officer involved shooting. Two of two of the three have already been investigated. He was found to not have committed a crime or violated policy or acted on toured or unusually. The third one again has investigation that has not been completed has been hanging out there for months and months presumably hung up by the political. Circus that has been that has been forced forced on it. So when do you expect to have something in the way of a determination of the latest officer involved shooting? Again, you take a look at it in on its face it looks like a pretty easy case to decide. Why they keep that there is An overwhelming amount of information related to an investigation with an officer involved shooting, and so the District Attorney does want to do due diligence and thoroughly go over every detail and all that information. So understandably, it does take them a long time. They don't issue decisions immediately because again, they're not making their decision based on emotion they're looking at the facts. All right. So we're still waiting for the ultimate determination on an officer, Meneses involvement. Meanwhile, what has been going on is you have elected state representatives you members of the was why would host the city council? You have people who have nothing to do with wallet toasts in a group called the People's Revolution. You have organized attacks on this officer's home you have organized harassment of this officer on a regular on a fairly routine basis. and. All this again is designed to make it seem that the police the police is the bad guy. The COP is the bad guy nobody is talking about the suspect who had pointed a gun at the police officer nobody is even bringing that up. But here you've got now what seems to be a I guess a movement that has a life of its own and official rubber-stamping by the mayor of while we're Tosa at least one older person from Wa Tosa and at least one state representative if not to. A. You'll be involvement of that and sort of. With a committee within our city. Makes it even more difficult and unsettling situated? The People's Revolution is a group. It's a it's a radical group. It's you can go. You can go find their facebook page if you'd like to they took a few shots at me. Not Terribly effective. But when they do.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"At this. We've had this before. And the folks are doing a good job at I see the the one thing that I really notices all the first responders are doing good job of letting people know where there's high water because some of those those roadways, you could be cruising along all of a sudden, you have a water, you know, you never know especially at night. So they're doing a really good job. If you use your navigation systems, a letting people know where issues are happening and relief is on the way looking at the overall trends here, what we're seeing this week could end up being a very common theme over the next couple of weeks, dry weather and warmer than average temperatures, which I think this time of year everybody can get on board with later. Luigia, my friend. Brian is Naski shocking. When I got home from the hospital on on Saturday to see my front lawn again. I hadn't seen it in. Yeah. And what in a month and a half? And there it is again, it still looks fairly decent lot of twigs and branches and stuff looks like a mess. But I don't have much snow left on my property. And the neighbor must have banked or snow. Hi there, and they were shoveling dirt plowing because they have some big snow just yet. But my property pretty much all the snows melted. Where are the school buses, and where are the crossing guards Waukesha tosa are scrambling to find new crossing guards as the company they have contracted with for the current school year may have gone out of business over the weekend. School district in Waukesha says they're working with police to cover all locations now city of Walla tosa has five intersections that will not be covered starting today. And they're trying to find some temps trying to find some help to the rest of the school year. Some of those rows obviously, very dangerous. You wanna make sure you have somebody there, and there aren't enough school bus drivers now to cover some routes in southeast. Wisconsin is well, and it's forcing some of these school districts what they're gonna do. Franklin recently sent out letters telling parents to expect delays through the end of the year, Milwaukee given its drivers more work to keep them from being lured away rising. Standards low unemployment and tighter screening are blamed in part for this shortage, not to mention issues with children, and parents as well drivers on average, but seventeen bucks an hour to start with districts, adding bonuses and other benefits to attract workers the evolution of that job. If you're talking about crossing guards, then you talk about bus drivers on top of that. Crossing guards used to be a position parents used to do it. They would just be there because her kids were there. That's still happens in some. I'm sure it does especially at elementary schools. And then and then became a paid position not making a lot of money. The bus driving thing. I was listening to today. Wisconsin's morning news, and they were talking about the fact that are more stringent testing drug testing, which we all are in favor. Sure. But that means you're gonna have a smaller pool of candidates. The starting wage is not bad seventeen bucks an hour to to to drive a bus. But it's part time. That's generally, not a full time position. But now, they're throwing some benefits at them. It's a challenge for school districts. You know, you have more and more parents deciding to drive their kids to school. You see these buses that don't have a lot of kids on them. But that's not the case everywhere some rural areas still very heavily us kids. Take the buses school. I was lucky. I always lived by the schools that I had to go to. But that's not the case for everybody. Yeah. There's a lot of people who just like dropping off their kids. I'm not a big fan of dropping off waiting in that line and dealing with that. But I know some people do that and pick up as well. But I've heard I've heard driver bus drivers say in the past that kids are brutal. It's not worth it. Because they can't stand driving some of those kids. Yeah. I can't imagine. I I haven't the patience of NAT. Right. So I could not sit there and listen to all the nonsense the people that do that. They're I mean, they're heroes. They put up with those kids over nonsense, and in some cases, they're saving lives out there because I've seen some really great examples of heroism above and beyond. It's a tough job in in the school district's what they've done is. They've contract at all this stuff out now. So when a company has issues they suspend their operations, you're left in the lurch often with note, this is the weekend when this happened you have no notice to respond to this in any kind of quick fast is this normal and maybe not necessarily with people doing cross walking or whatnot. But like have you seen this before when you were the mayor, did you have contracts, and we just all of a sudden, boom. It just seems out of the blue. Yeah. Well, even even the subs now are contracted out by school district. They used to have their own pool of people. Now, they contract that out in one one mega group kind of does all of that interesting times for school district says they get try to get leaner and more efficient that means contracting. But when something like this happens when you lose a contractor for something as important as crossing guards or school bus drivers. That is a big big challenge. You're listening to.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Saturday afternoon around three PM a fire was reported to Walla tosa fire department, a white Camry on the second floor of a parking structure was up in flames which put the hospital on a minimum lockdown closing the main lobby and the parking structure for a short time. The fire was contained to just that. One vehicle. Fire. Crews say the fire does not seem to be suspicious at this time. But the Milwaukee county sheriff's office is investigating some bright news on this cold day in Milwaukee animal control officials saving the life of a cat named Anna. Anna was found under a bridge almost frozen solid faces some quick yet deliberate warming techniques by local veterinarian seen Johnson and his life was saved. If you happen to see an animal outside during these cold temperatures take action the veterinarian who helped save his life spoke today C J four giving protocol. And what to do if you do see an animal in need. If it's a stray if you can safely pick it up pick it up and bring it to us, otherwise you can call us at one of our officers off the phone number for the Milwaukee animal control commission is four hundred four six four nine eight six four zero after failing to achieve their latest tax incentive by not hiring enough workers by January deadline Foxconn continues to move forward walkie business journal editor in chief Mark cast as the tech giant isn't worried. Things have changed and they're just not going to hire as quickly if they're still pledged thirteen thousand plays. They're still pledging to be a major presence there. They changing and really want to hire more engineers and more people who do research Foxconn hired one hundred seventy eight jobs eighty two short of their goal for the incentive and before today's brewers ondeck events, some player stopped by Milwaukee. Early to spend time with some younger brewer fans building stuff bears. The make Alicia foundation of Wisconsin, organize the event make a wish Wisconsin has helped grant the wishes of sixty five hundred children and families across the entire state..

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"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Our own Jay Webber talked with Michael Huby this morning who is actually doing more than anyone seriously to alert the public to the danger is posed to especially bicyclists and motorcyclists by the streetcar tracks. Eleven claims have already been filed. This is exclusive to the J Weber show. According to attorney, Michael Huby of Huby, and Abraham there have already been eleven claims filed split pretty much down the middle by motorcyclists and bicyclists who run over the tracks Huby says that the most dangerous places have been going east on Saint Paul to turn left onto water street going east on ogbyn also to turn left onto prospect as motorcyclists and bicyclists turn if you run if you're running parallel to the tracks, and you sort of shift and run over them. You can run perpendicular over the tracks, just fine, generally speaking. But if you go parallel over the tracks in your wheel gets caught in it. This is a very very dangerous. Scenario because not only could you be seriously injured in a fall. If you're in the middle of traffic, you are incredibly vulnerable. If there is a car or a bus or something behind you. You just don't have time to get out of the way in the person behind. You doesn't have time to break. So what is doing essentially is raising awareness and also protecting the rights of people who are injured by what I'm sure this firm has got to think is just an incredible like most sane people government folly, and this is just the nature of light rail. There are going to be tracks in the middle of the street, and they are going to pose a public safety risk. And this is just. Folks, I'm not naive here. Downtown you've got drivers in a tight space Friday Saturday night. Maybe they've had a little too much to drink anytime of the day. What is the big problem that we're seeing now distracted driving? Why? Because cell phones are so easy to manipulate while you're behind the wheel I must, and I know this is addict dodo, but see five ten times a day people looking at their phones, I'm not gonna lie and say, I'm not guilty myself. This is this is, but it is it's incredibly dangerous. And if you've got the possibility of a motorcyclist right in front of you downtown to suddenly go down, and you're just looking away for even a second. We make light. But this is a very serious very dangerous. Scenario. And and Abraham really is the law firm that sorta stepping up to highlight this, Tony and Walla tosa, you're on the Dan O'Donnell show. Hello beyond Weijia of not having radio reception. Doesn't that tell me that stray voltage wires, and isn't that a? Yes. But I'm led to believe that. I mean, if a wire goes down. Yeah. Absolutely. Well, you know, there were people would hold for us tubes underneath power the middle glow. And look I think somebody ought to take all I see what you're saying. Yeah. Yeah. I mean that would be an interesting experiment to do. Tony. I'd I'd nominate you if. I'm going to mess around with those types of experiments. I think yeah. Yeah. You can you can be the Ben Franklin of Milwaukee holding the kite with the key. Experiments. I read that three people did that Ben Franklin tasks, and they all got electrocuted and bent somehow live. So I go. Probably smart. If you Tony Lee smart, if you want to do the right thing and the smart thing when you have been in a Fender bender collision something like that. You wanna head demand or collision and glass in Waukesha? I've gotten a number of just great great compliments about the service that manner provides a now car deer collisions are at their peak and manner wants to remind you to be careful put the phone away if you're driving in a wooded area because deer are out there. And did you see that viral video? Oh my goodness. There is a video of a motorcyclist. And there's a camera might be go pro or something, and you can see a car hit a deer and the deer is thrown right at this motorcyclist. It is terrifying. Video but those collisions happen and when they do and your car's been damaged. Hopefully, you're okay, go to manner collision and glass in Waukesha. Most of the time the technique. Mander can get you an Email with an estimate. All you need to do is upload a picture of your car is damaged. Amanda collision dot com. It is matter collision and glass in Waukesha, and it is. Yes. The best decision after a collision.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"W I s. It's time for rapid traffic. Forty-three southbound slow from that you finish your wallet. Does the thing earlier because I'm behind his normal? I clearly wanted to say more about the sanctuary city, which again, we want to get clear it did get voted down. And the I think that the commentary from the police chief is a big reason why it did get voted down. When he essentially said, you're gonna end up with the police chief that's taking it a court. If you pass this thing, and they were biting off more problems than they may have an -ticipant anything on it. And I need to make clear the audience because we're talking fast here. And if people aren't aware John does live in while we're toast, and has for many many years, and this is why he's been so angry about not only this. But so many of the other liberal things that have happened just in the recent past while, but this is all wake within the last three to four years. I think it started with acted. And I think another factor that occurred was when the residency rule of Milwaukee was dropped of liberals decide who are working for the city, and our government payroll union hacks, moved into WalMart, toast and brought their lefty politics. It's combination and demographics too. You know? The younger younger crowd is definitely part of it. But if anybody hasn't lived in Walla tosa for more than ten minutes, and you don't treasure our police department, and the brilliant job they do of of handling everything. I mean, you can call these people, and they are Johnny on the spot. So. Which is not something we can say in Milwaukee. Right. That's not a criticism of the police department criticism of the fact that we have an overworked police department of the can't respond to all calls. You also have they've done a remarkable job keeping a handle on Mayfair in which all of I mean, you talk about bringing every possible issue of society together. Tremendous affluence. High level experience restaurants, and then people walk it around causing trouble armed robbery carjacking, the whole thing. And they've they've had to keep a handle on that thing is. Well, yes sub. Anyway, anything that would be, you know, just we need chief Webber right where he is. And listen to the man he's he knows what he's talking about..

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"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The author of the proposal is an older woman named Heather cool who? Whatever else you wanna say for her is an absolute total Foti and hypocrite on her Facebook page. She said you can feel free to comment on the issue here on my Facebook page, but anybody who makes any comment that I find to be threatening. I'm going to go to the police. Wow. So she's willing to assert her right to go to the police if she feels unsafe at the same time, she tells the federal government it can't go to Walla tosa police if it's pursuing somebody that they believe is dangerous. That's the phoniness of all of this. What we do know about sanctuary city Sacha to resolutions that have passed that other cities is that they always become havens for dangerous criminals. It's not hard to figure out. Why let's imagine you are an illegal immigrant who's also a bad guy separate from that. Where are you going to go? You're going to go in the city where the feds can't get you. Why aren't you simple common sense? Imagine that there was an area where you could do heroin without getting prosecuted. Well, if you're a heroin user, you go there, wouldn't you the way these sanctuary city ordinances read is as follows and after bunch of gobbledygook, it's the same thing. And they always read essentially, the same way a little few few words are changed here or there. It means that your local police are barred from cooperating with ice absent a court order. I does it have a trillion agents around the country to grab people up the way they tend to operate is when they figure out where somebody is they asked the local police to go against them. Sue same as any other federal agency that would be involved in anything local police agencies have officers all over our community. They enforce warrants all the time. So let's imagine ice. Here's. That there's an illegal immigrant out there somewhere that has two or three convictions and has violated the terms of his release. And that person is in right now Brookefield, they call it the Brookefield police and say we hear that he's saying over at such and such can you go get him in Brookefield goes and gets them. They put into Tanner Ottoman ice comes and tries to institute a deportation process in Wildwood tosa, the police would not be allowed to cooperate with ice. The same thing is in place in San Francisco at a number of other cities and. This is why San Francisco have people like the guy that murdered Kate Steinle or at least killed state Kate Steinle. He was found not guilty when you are in multiple deported person. When you've been thrown out of the country five six seven eight nine ten times because you violated the law. You're gonna go to the communities where you feel. They're not gonna grab you to throw you out. That's common sense. What would you do? The majority of the people who are in this category. Are people who committed a crime serve their sentence and reported they then come back. There's no new crime that's been committed yet. But they're back and ice knows that they're back. Obviously if you are a past criminal who was already deported and come back. You are a terrible risk to reoffend. Those are the people that are the priority for ice into the ones that can then hang out at sanctuary cities because they know that they're untouchable there. They haven't committed a new crime yet, but they're in violation of their earlier deportation. Order. Now, we can argue about who I should be throwing out and who they shouldn't be throwing out. My argument has always been that the number one priority should be illegal immigrants who've separately break our laws and the number two priorities should be illegal immigrants who were already deported wants who have come back. I'm not a big one for going after people who are here at working. Either with a social security number or without. We can argue that ice does go after people in a lot of categories, but the number one priority has always been those that they believe are dangerous. If we're going to establish the standard that local communities can refuse to cooperate with the federal government on this. Then you could set the standard that local communities can refuse to cooperate with the federal government at anything else. The liberals who are pushing for sanctuary cities would never say that a local communities should be able to violate federal law in other areas that protect the left. Federal pollution laws. We're not going to enforce them in our community. They'd be outraged. If you took that type of a standard also. Let's reverse the situation. Let's magin someone commits a terrible rape and murder in wa wa. And they're grabbed by ice on a warrant in another city and ice has them in custody. How would what toast, the feel of ice wouldn't cooperate and turn the person over to be prosecuted on murder charges supportive? We're not gonna let you prosecute them. We're not going to cooperate with you in the same way. You don't cooperate with us? The wa wa police chief is opposed to this. Obviously police agencies don't like to be able to tell other police agencies spruce you. We're not going to work together. So if it happens, it will make Walla tosa a haven for any illegal immigrants that have criminal records, those that are the chronic people that have caused problems again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again because the fact of the matter is most other illegal immigrants don't have ice looking for them right now, we have millions of illegals in the United States right now. And virtually none of them are the subject of ice war and said ISIS doing anything to look for Adiev. We have illegals in every community in southeastern Wisconsin. If it'll eagles in Milwaukee, we have illegals in Waukesha county. They're all over the city of Waukesha illegal immigrants are everywhere. The ones that ISIS trying to get by and large of the ones that they perceived to be dangerous or who evolved at violated multiple rules. While what does the wants to make itself, I haven a safe place for them? And for what? So they can brag that they are a diverse community. As I said, there's illegal immigrants in WalMart. Tosa right now. There's illegal immigrants everywhere. By making yourself, a sanctuary city. What you do is. You set yourself a haven for the illegal immigrants who are dangerous people. I hear from sources that they think that this thing's going to pass it while at tosa because the liberals are very, you know, as I said, why would does the liberals have been organized for the last several years. It was one of the hearts of the opposition to act ten the resists movement in go into the congressional meetings and storming out and carrying on the likely to pack the room and the whole thing. So members of the common council and so on their basic little squeaky wheel gets the grease. Well, I went to us residents got a half the decide how far to the left. They're going to go. What's going to happen? Here is the same thing that happens in all of these other communities, you're going to get somebody who is the subject of a nice word. They're gonna hide on wall Matosa, and they're going to be in a safe spot for and they're going to do something terrible. It happens again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again and the only time any explanation suppresses Eddie outrages after the fact after it happens, we even saw that in San Francisco with regard to the Kate Steinle case. Nobody complained about the fact that they were a sanctuary city until it started to occur to people that a lot of very very dangerous people were taking advantage of the sanctuary status and moving to San Francisco specifically because they knew that the police would not be allowed by the orders of their own local city council to pick them up and do anything about it. Without regard to where we go on immigration. Once we decide that we're going to have some communities that simply become. Lawless enclaves onto themselves where they get to ignore federal law themselves. We've lost all sense of Justice all sense of order. Without regard to what were action we go with regard to legal immigration in the United States. You can't have tin horn local communities going and making it up as they go along. One other point on this it it's why I believe the state government and the federal government needs to crack down on local communities that do this and the easy way to do. It is state of Wisconsin. The federal government could simply deny all law enforcement aid to wa widow saying cut off federal funding and cut off the state funding, if they do it, and here's why these communities are all stuck right next to one another while we're tosa shares a border with west Alice shares a border with Milwaukee it shares a border with.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:41 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"One Jeff Wagner until the PM. Jay, okay. The guy hung up. I wanted to call. I was gonna take as we had a caller on the line who went to say this is clearly a racist situation. There's no way that the police should have drawn their guns to which I was going to say, what do you mean? They shouldn't have drawn their guns. Put yourself in the position of these two Walla tosa police officers, you are flagged down by somebody. Who says I think I just witnessed essentially carjacking. I'm paraphrasing this guy in the back seat of that car. I think he stole. I think he's stolen the car. So you think you might have a carjacking you think you might have potentially a hostage situation or whatever the police pull the car over they demand the guy get out of the back. Of course, they're going to get I think, of course, they're going to get out of their vehicle with their guns drawn. Now, they actually didn't point the guns at him. But they're they've got him out in case. This guy pulls out a gun and start shooting at him. This is just I mean, it seems to me the way the wall with tosa police handled this. Was just completely and totally according to now, it was a mistake. The information they got was bad. But at the same time, what are they supposed to do? Somebody says, hey, I think there's been a car jacking. I think there's a hostage situation here. What are we supposed to do? Let the car drive off for one four seven nine nine one six twenty Yvonne in Milwaukee your WTMJ good afternoon. Hello. Hi von. Well, I'm an African American mother to son. His grandfather was a retired police officer a detective. With Milwaukee, and whatever, and I do have to commend. Tells the police maybe I don't know there can be an argument about pulling a gun. But like you said if you're thinking it's a project, but I have to command them the way they handled it they ask the questions, right? And whatever. So I commend something that could've gone horribly wrong ever. So I I really. Argue that my son is had. Brookvale him over thinking his tent was to dock, and of course, if grandad who tennis car and new the as a police officer should be right out. Badge on the table. And of course, the judge dismissed that he said, well this man, no way. Legal or not. And then the other time he pulled the car over because all the lights had gone on at night on the way. And he was waiting on AAA and police officers were very nice. They they came up behind and ask what the problem was and asked him if he wants to sit in the car with AAA. I I mean, I have to commend them in this case becoming volatile. Imagine trying to match the situation. Your husband was a police officer himself. I will regardless, you know, white black Brown green. Whatever police officer gets a report that it might be a hostage situation. Mike is that your your husband is going to do pretty much the same thing these officers did let's get the situation under control. Let's protect ourselves. We don't want this to turn into something worse. And then once you find out that it is what it is. Which is not a carjacking you send you apologize. And you send everybody on their way. That's how you should handle this stuff. Wonderful thing. I heard them apologize. And so I just thought to myself, you know, let's not jump the gun all the time. Right. Everything. Racist type of thing. I think it was. And who knows I don't know what the person who called Saudi saw or didn't see or whatever. I vouch for that. 'cause nobody has film. Right. What happened there? But. Every eighteen year old boy after grandnephew don't do that. No, thanks are called right, right? I mean, I guess I wouldn't I I don't know what the guy saw. And I don't know. You know, what what prompted him to say this all I know. And if we want to criticize that man for overreacting or whatever it what he told the police, that's one thing we do know how the police handled this and like I say, I just I don't see this as a racial incident. I think the police handled this perfectly appropriate. Let's do it. Yes. Was there? Get out of the car. Put your hands up. Let's separate the situation. Let's get it under control. And then let's find out what we have. And then when it turns out that you you don't have a carjacking. You don't have a hostage situation. Whatever then you just send everybody on their way. Let's talk to Ben in whitewater banger. WTMJ good afternoon. You're going one people wanna make make sometimes and create turmoil may have been one of those situations. Everybody else kind of hit the points. The panel this very well. I want to say one thing about the teenager actually, either role model. To the cops he complied. He he followed their instruction. And nothing happened. Five minutes they were out of there. There was no incident. Other people should should just follow. That example, people. They're not out there to make problems. They just want to do their job and golf like everybody else. I am. So glad you made that point because that was one of the other things that that struck me. And I always I always say this a lot of the problems that happen in police citizen interactions is because the citizen for whatever reason decides that they're not going to comply with the police, and that always escalates the thing now look police make mistakes. But if you go along, and you do what they say, those mistakes can always be rectified. All right. If it's a wrongful arrest, you you can sue you can do whatever the problem becomes when you decide to resist or you don't comply with the police you automatically then ratchet up. What happens you start to an initial man did? But you start to run or you start to reach into your pockets. Like, you're pulling something or whatever. That then ratchets up the situation in this particular case the information the police had was incorrect given to them by the passer by all right? That's fine. But they're just doing their job. They're trying to verify this. And you are exactly right. Ben. You have the young man who told him to get out of the car. He got out of the car. They told him to raise his hands. He raised his hands. They told him to get down on his knees. He did. And they moved him into the back of the squad car, and then they investigated. All right. They asked questions of the people in the front seat. He said there's nothing going on here. This is my grandson, etc. They let the kid go immediately. And then everybody went on their way. Because this wasn't a situation where anybody cooler heads prevailed all across the way, it's not like the young man got out and started again running or something like that everybody did what they were supposed to do. And as a result. Everybody safe. Everybody is on their way, twelve twenty nine Jeff Wagner WTMJ. Thanks for participating and Facebook live will do this again at the start of the program tomorrow. Lots more stuff coming up in just a couple of minutes. This is Jeff Wagner WTMJ.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Rusty Mellberg there is still a flash flood watch in effect. Until nine AM this morning for counties, along and north of I ninety four the rain is starting to ease, up and it comes after a day of heavy rains elsewhere in, the state the worst happening in the, Madison area and locations West Indian county the national weather service receiving one rainfall total of. Just over eleven inches around Middleton and all this rain led to. Road closures water rescues for standard vehicles and an evacuation of a health clinic the storm bands may have also spawned a tornado Delvin reporting a. Funnel cloud around eight pm last evening resulting in broken windows and downed trees the national weather service will investigate later today to. Verify what took place thirteen railroad cars derailed in Walla tosa, late Monday night while the does the fire said it occurred after eleven pm south of. Capital drive near the Penza spice building the cars. Were carrying non hazardous materials And. No roads were blocked due to the derailment a cause is still. Under investigation if weather conditions allow search will resume this morning for a missing swimmer off the shores of Lake Michigan in northern ozaukee county a. Man in his thirties remains unaccounted for after five friends from the Milwaukee area went into choppy waters at Harrington beach state park. Monday Asaki county sheriff James Johnson says they will continue their, efforts as long as there's a chance to find the missing swimmer there's always a whole Hoping continue searching one other friend needed resuscitation after they were held back to shore the other three suffered no injuries Kenosha teenager. Will spend the rest of her life behind bars for the death. Of another teenager last year the judge not allowing Daniel Tate to have a chance. Of parole when sentencing occurred Monday a jury found, guilty of first degree intentional homicide hiding a corpse and stealing vehicle for. The death of seventeen year olds. Olivia McKay in July of twenty seventeen a second suspect in the case will be sentenced next month, for his role students towards..

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"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:06 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Registration fee if you live in, Milwaukee county pay thirty bucks on top of that for the privilege and Chris really wants to. Take sixty don't be surprised if that happened sometime soon in Warwick tosa the mayor wants to impose a thirty dollar. Wheel tax they estimated would raise about eight hundred thousand dollars per year on top of all the. Other taxes what do? You think? Dylan accountable billions. WTMJ Hello, good, afternoon Great idea about that call toast of the. People's Republican here's why I used to live there my family's from there and we don't live there. Anymore but that that's? The best? Much but here. We go We have a lot of factors you, know that we've had some facts. Guts and all that And now it appears the wave, of the future is. But community creating taking care of. Them felt a little more self reliant, our, best to that I self reliance, I like school districts Bagel taxes. For things they need I don't see any problem. With something like, that at all so I, mean I guess the question becomes does the community? Want to increase their own taxes, and that's what the discussion is and he do the people who might be why they don't because people don't wanna pay an expert thirty dollars in a wheel tax every year for a car We would love to live for nothing I mean that would be nice so you know have no responsibility But we don't Okay Issues So Yes I attack Well, now good taxes. Bad practice tax I. For, the people Something. Else what, is the. Talks that literally, else, let me think Bill me. That's silly, you can, argue well every tax helps the community we we you know we should, prove every school spending. Referendum the. Stare because if you don't it's it's anti education don't don't, you, care, about, the kids, in this is. The idea that okay You know we we want to try. To raise additional revenue because we want to improve the roads well okay nobody, has? Objection to taking care of potholes and improving that but, the question becomes? Is this the best way to do? It do you. Need to, generate revenue. In this particular, fashion, and what is going to. Be the, effect of, this is this way too I don't know maybe because more people to, avoid having to register. Their cars. What where do you draw the line on this now again if People in a particular. Community decide we don't have a problem with that that then then you. Get what you deserve I mean there's? Just, no question about it keep in mind though I. Think you got the seventy five. Dollar state registration fee Milwaukee county's right now is thirty bucks but Chris Abeille is hell bent on doubling that to sixty bucks so then. Let's say. You had an again another thirty dollars. Tax in Warwick tosa so where are you one, hundred and sixty five bucks potentially least one hundred thirty five dollars for sure does it. Become, prohibitive. For one four seven nine nine one six twenty and what. Is the effect of, it now this is why we are again? Having the discussion I don't live in Walla tosa so if Walla tosa you decide that this is what you wanna do you want. To contribute an extra thirty bucks that that's that's fine that's fine just be. Aware of what you're doing Danny in west Allis Danny or, w Jacob. Could afternoon Danny what do you think Oh I'm. Angry I just recently moved to Milwaukee county I heard about the the extra. Wheel. Right there like all It is ridiculously expensive rowdy, to lysergic Beautiful and it's amazing why look, at other counties other states and everything and I shoot it costs involved. In that and so excellent actually difference Can't. I can't get over it we'll make right the question becomes see, why does wall with tosa have to do this when other communities don't Well because like. Alaska caller basically challenged each got extra money laying around not going anything He's talking like, everybody's, making eighty thousand to one hundred thousand dollars a year You just. Go ahead and waste. Money on taxes well we'll Tak thanks to call wheel taxes are very regressive and we, were talking about Chris APL is that when he wanted to first. Of all impose the tax and then raise it to sixty bucks by. Regressive we, mean this, impacts people, with less means more than impacts people with you know larger means. You, know you've got somebody who's making eighty one hundred thousand dollars a year okay you know an extra thirty bucks an assuming. That two cars in your family. Or maybe three extra thirty sixty ninety bucks not necessarily that big a deal people with less means more limited means it is a big deal Terry in Warwick hosted terrier and w t j Yeah Jeff I live on my way that I'm I was in the midst of A little a little tiff with my one of my aldermen because I would I would beg to differ with a couple of callers, ahead of. Me indicating, that we, are. Not becoming the People's Republic over overtones sanctuary sanctuary city I mean do If you could do a sanctuary city getting rid of lanes of traffic for Chris Abe lease high-speed bustling I mean it's, starting no. Question about, it I'm hoping, to make it to retirement okay well tell me over tell me, t- Terry tell me why why do you oppose. The wheel tax because I personally I don't think, our streets are in that that bad a condition which. I assume is what the wheel factor for although this is the first I've heard of. It not right the that would be the idea they want they. Want the added wheel tax with the idea that they wanted to infrastructure infrastructure updates, they want to pay. For roadwork, over the next twenty five years That sounds. Like thirty bucks this year sixty bucks year ninety dollars a year Got no, thanks for calling you heard your net again you get to decide I mean, this is the. Thing, you get to decide which. Way you want to go Mike, and. Tosa Mike you're until UTM j. Jeff thanks for taking my call you sir I've been a resident that person thirty. Years and I really see a change. In this community. In terms of governance This thanks worry city steps there's, wheel tax this. We, have a huge school referendums. Coming up the community north avenue, they've. Redid it once they redid it a second, time just looking for ways to spend money and and I'm quite discouraged It's just nonsense Affects specifically to me in a way. Of hit, impact I mean look with their taxes. And property taxes I heard the rationale that we're going to do this x. pick it up the apartment dwellers of which I am glad I, own a home but that's pool is to we've increased our tax base with the building of, of housing units and those renter's pay their taxes through their rent to their landlord who, pays the taxes that the community is just lost the. Sense of governance Well. Thanks for your call Mike. I'm just telling. You that this is out there it is something for people to decide. But if, you think it's going to stop if. Thirty bucks I think you're you're extremely naive of a text here disease is spreading the mayor of lacrosse is now proposed this also sure and, they figure okay it's thirty bucks all right peop- people aren't gonna notice that even if you, got two cars at sixty bucks people aren't gonna notice that well I don't know drip, drip drip drip drip it's one twenty-seven Jeff Wagner WTMJ Thirty. Five WTMJ President.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To have you with us crews producing the show today and always do you know what it is. To be a sanctuary city Not. Totally that's an honest answer because I'm not exactly. Sure what, that means either and the reason is, because it means different things to different people and different communities there are also, consequences for being a sanctuary city for example if you are a true sanctuary city it, is possible that you might lose access to. All sorts of federal funds which is, why, the, Milwaukee county board passes a resolution. Saying that they're a sanctuary city but then win that puts funding at risk they quickly run in and they say oh no we don't care what we're saying we're really not a sanctuary city in its, most pure form. To be a sanctuary city means essentially that you will not cooperate with the federal government in trying to deport someone who is in the country Illegally that is in it's most purest form if you are in the country illegally don't, worry come. Here and we will give you sanctuary we will not cooperate with the. Immigration people we will direct our law enforcement personnel to say that if you are. Picked up on another crime we will not contact. You will, not contact the federal authorities you will, not honor federal detainers detainers is where somebody ends up in the local jail, or the county jail and the immigration people come in with a whole saying look at, the person bails out or the person is. To be released contact us the taint, him, we, will come then pick him or. Her up in a purest form that's what it means to be a sanctuary city essentially you will not cooperate with the federal government when it comes to trying to deport elite people in this country illegally I think around here The probably the only real community that comes close to being a so called sanctuary city is sure what People's Republic of Shorewood Shorewood says that we will comply with our legal duties, under applicable federal law but we won't work with customs or ice or border patrol beyond what the bare minimum is that. We're supposed, to do for example Shorewood says it police officers are not to detain a person for civil violation. Of federal immigration law the policies also say that no individual should be held based solely on a federal immigration detainers unless the person has been charged. With. A federal, crime okay so that's that's the closest we have around here to, a true sanctuary, city but, some places. New York San, Francisco they just say we're not. Going to cooperate period and if that means that We have arrested somebody for a serious offense and the feds want him and he's. Due to be released we're just gonna release him and if he kills someone well we're going to be willing to live with that like I say there are consequences for being a sanctuary city including and, it's an ongoing series of lawsuits is to how far the federal government can go in cutting off funds I think would. Ultimately is, going to happen is you might see a series of laws that are passed making it very clear. That if cities do not cooperate with federal law enforcement agencies that it's very clear that they can lose funding right now though that it's a matter. And. Working its, way through the court now why do I talk about sanctuary cities, because Walla tosa, Walwa tosa, of all. Places is apparently, getting ready to have a conversation. Considering jumping in to this Mess there is a new older woman Heather that keel cool who was elected in April and she is proposing that woah tosa adopt a sanctuary city ordinance all right she says that she's been watching what has been unfolding and feels, that the community needs to step up this is you folks, out, in Warwick tosa he says there's been so much fear and. Division, around this she sees this as an opportunity to share information, can other words let's make Warwick tosa a haven for people who are in the country illegally She says, all right well this is the idea I want. A commitment that the police in Warwick tosa is. Not gonna work, in partnership with the immigration people and the FBI to identify in custody aliens We're. Not going to, prosecute people for crimes they were. Going to, prosecute, people for crimes they commit and their immigration status should matter etcetera etcetera. The wall Walworth tosa police chief berry Weber who's been there forever he says like. I'm, not in favor of this he says look we don't normally, check the immigration status of people come into, contact with I see. The role of our department to enforce the statutes ordinances of our cities however, if, we come into contact with violent offender ordinance or not we would take. The appropriate. Law enforcement action which means all, right, you, know if this is somebody. That we've determined in this country illegally well yeah. We're going, to cooperate with the federal government to get the person, deported all right let's thi, this up, four one, four, seven nine nine one. Six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line now again being a sanctuary city means different things to different people but in its purest form It, is you do not cooperate with the federal government when it comes to. Immigration enforcement if it is something that you are absolutely required to do by law. Maybe, you will do it San Francisco backs off on that but, it is this is this something that's good, for while the tosa. Now again if wall would tosa were to do this my guess is they, would, be putting at least potentially at risk all sorts of dollars that they. Might getting. Either from the federal government or, from, the, state government but you know. Maybe they can win a lawsuit about that maybe. They, can't, four one four seven nine nine one six twenty should, Walla tosa become a sanctuary City would that be a, good idea let's discuss. I will tell you where I come down on?.

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The last Blockbuster – Alaska video shop closures leave one left in US – Ireland – Brinkwire

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:38 min | 3 years ago

The last Blockbuster – Alaska video shop closures leave one left in US – Ireland – Brinkwire

"To you miss blockbuster do you remember those nights at blockbuster it's too bad blockbusters gone stick around we'll discuss its to seventeen jeff wagner wtmj nineteen jeff brantley wtmj you're just tuning in blockbuster video which was it was the place to be on weekends and it seems to me maybe not that long ago blockbuster video they only had the only at three locations left tour in anchorage alaska those two are closing and blockbuster video is now down to one store left it is in bend oregon four one four seven nine nine one six twenty judy o'connell in walla tosa hi judy how you doing blockbuster video gone who would have thought it was possible well it's been a while now but i just have to say my son's going up is in his thirty s but it was like the most fun hanging out at it could go in there go to the children's section people would be sharing like this is really a great movie i was just drama what do you think about this especially if you didn't get the first releases it could share with people about other movies that were and of course yeah you did raise they're trying to get the first thing to name on a waiting list and it was just a big of a yeah just go there and i don't know i just loved it and i was really sad i was really started when they left and then there was a little one what was the name of it it was on arthur avenue and it was great to fifty and dave loan denton personal ten.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Something that's not being mentioned really in if if the north korea north koreans go back on their on their word we can you know we retaliate like a with a force saddam me looked like a water drip right so i take it's like taking antibiotics infection you don't take it all back twice as bad what's not going to happen is any sort of largescale military invasion or the deposition of kim as dictator but what's going on is clearly a tit for tat and i tell you you cannot underestimate the collapse of the mountain whose name i totally forget that is brought kim to the bargaining table that he just doesn't have the ability i believe to go back on this that he was pushed by an act of god or an active poor maintenance of nuclear facility to denuclearize what we have seen though and as shocking as it is and again i do not want to trust this despotic tyrant but what we have seen is seven full months of no nuclear tests seven four months of no missile launches seven four months of nothing but an attempted outreach that started at the olympics and you'll remember the the same media that is upset with trump for putting a dictator on equal footing set lester holt to a potemkin village of a ski resort that kim set up just to hoodwink the american media into thinking that north korea was actually prosperous so basically lester holt appeared in a north korean propaganda video and this was the same media that was doing an offering kim jong un sister well at the same time chastising mike pence for refusing to meet with her or refusing to shake hands with the or even stand up for the north korean delegation so you have to remember where we're coming from here david in walla tosa you're up next david how're you doing looks like david dropped off that means there is a phone line open for you we will continue to talk about the north korean summit throughout the program also it is election day special elections in two districts one in the assembly one in the senate also bill clinton lamenting that people are taking issue the standards have changed with what you can do to a woman against her will bill clinton his very upset by this you're not gonna wanna miss that plus tickets this summer fest tickets to country thunder we've got to.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Arms and the police officer kind of throws a four throws a punch at the seventeen year old he goes down he's continuing to struggle he's screaming and there's somebody that's that's videotaping this entire thing so again this video goes viral a small group of people calling themselves the original black panthers of milwaukee then what they do is they go out and they they're now staging protests they are calling for a boycott of mayfair mall and a firing of the police officer as a result of you know what happened here the group is demanding the officer resign or be filed fired they're calling prosecutors to charge them they also want shoppers to boycott the mall one of the spokespeople for his groups as far too often we are subjected to racial profiling this mall far too often those dynamics have to change and we're here to demand that they do change the walla tosa police say we're aware of this this video but at the same time this video only shows a saul small segment of the interaction between the suspect and the officer so what they're essentially saying is this this just captures the end of this you know you don't see what went on before that but we're conducting investigation right four one four seven nine nine one six twenty accurate mortgage talk and text line the group wants mayfair mall to be boycotted because of the conduct of this war with tosa police officer four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line is it time to boycott mayfair mall because of the way particularly persons of color are treated or alternatively is that the wrong question let me be real clear here i don't having not seen what led up to this punch or forearm that is twinned by the police officer it's tough for me to judge without having that overall context but an here's an important but if the officer used excessive force i think it's fine to discipline all right i think that's that is completely and totally appropriate i don't know enough about this having seen only fifteen second clip to make a determination one way or the other but at the same time isn't there another issue that's out there what was it that was going on why isn't this group outrage about the underlying conduct that these this group.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A group of young people who were creating a disturbance act at the mall security calls and says hey we we need help so the wall will propose police respond and find several of the people who were creating the disturbance at the mall out in the parking lot all right so the securities there they've gotten him out of the mall what happens is a woah tosa police officer then approaches the group to try to talk with the people finding out what happened and tries to speak with them one of the kids refuses to speak with the police and then gets into a fight a struggle with the officer all right at that point in time you know it just it's on the the seventeen year old gets into a fight with the officer and you perhaps have seen the video security guard they're trying to subdue the kid and i say kid he's seventeen years old a security guard grabs him in his holding by the arms and the police officer kind of throws a forum throws a punch at the seventeen year old he goes down he's continuing to struggle he screaming and there's somebody that's that's videotaping this entire thing so again this video goes viral a small group of people calling themselves the original black panthers of milwaukee then what they do is they go out and they they're now staging protests they are calling for a boycott of mayfair mall and a firing of the police officer as a result of you know what happened here the group is demanding the officer resign or be filed fired they're calling ah prosecutors to charge them they also want shoppers to boycott the mall one of the spokespeople for this groups as far too often we are subjected to racial profiling the small far too often those dynamics have to change and we're here to demand that they do change the walla tosa police say all right we're we're aware of this this video but at the same time this video only shows a saul small segment of the interaction between the suspect and the officer so yeah i mean what they're essentially saying is this this just captures the end of this you know you don't we'll see what went on before that but we're conducting an investigation right.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is there they've got him out of the mall what happens is a war tosa police officer then approaches the group to try to talk with the people finding out what happened and tries to speak with them one of the kids refuses to speak with the police and then gets into a fight a struggle with the officer all right at that point in time you know it just it's on the seventeen year old gets into a fight with the officer and you perhaps seen the video a security guard they're trying to subdue the kid and i say kid he's seventeen years old a security guard grabs in his holding by the arms and the police officer kind of throws a forum those upon which at the seventeen year old he goes down he's continuing to struggle he screaming and there's somebody that's videotaping this entire thing so again this video goes viral a small group of people calling themselves the original black panthers of milwaukee then what they do is they go out and they're now staging a protest they are calling for a boycott of mayfair mall and a firing of the police officer as a result of you know what happened here the group is demanding the officer resign or be filed fired they're calling prosecutors to charge them they also want shoppers to boycott the mall one of the spokespeople for this groups as far too often we are subjected to racial profiling the small far too often those dynamics have to change and we're here to demand that they do change the walla tosa police say all right we're we're aware of this this video but at the same time this video only shows a saul small segment of the interaction between the suspect and the officer so so i mean what they're essentially saying is this your captures the end of this you know you don't see what went on before that but we're conducting an investigation right four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line the group wants mayfair mall to be boycotted because of the conduct of this warwick tosa police officer four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line is the time to boycott mayfair mall because of the way particularly persons of color are treated or alternatively is that.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"In order to get the guy back he backs them up now should he have shoved him should he have used a taser this is open for debate but the quickest way to get a guy off of you is to give them a good shot in the face and it did work now the walla tosa police department is going to determine based on a thorough investigation with weather this was excessive but what we've seen here is a pattern i in milwaukee near fifty i and capital where there was a clearly psych kadett man who attacked four officers so badly that they ended up in the hospital and now here in woah tosa where we have witnessed video once again shot in vertical format with the cell phone i cannot express you know how billing always harps on people turning their lights on when it's raining i'm gonna start harping on people if you are a witness to something turn the phone around shoot it in horizontal format not vertical format will surveillance video was just released in both of those instances that show a much clearer picture did the officers run out and immediately smack the kid in the face as the witness video clearly implies no the surveillance video that i'm watching right now shows the officer very calmly attempting to approach the man as a witness tyrone jackson said he said i don't have to talk to you i'm a minor in what alternate reality is that the case that you can say i'm a kid you have to talk to my mom i don't need to talk to you suffice it to say this kid needs to learn about the law a little bit eventually the officer keeps what this kid keeps ignoring commands to stop right there a police officer does the reserve the right to stop and talk right at that point the teenager is the officer get gets closer turns around and appears to struggle when you're that close there is a reasonable fear of christopher manny incident in which a suspect is able to grab an officer's baton taser pepper spray or heaven forbid a gun it is therefore incumbent upon said officer to eliminate the threat not eliminate probably a poor choice of words but to mitigate the threat to get the guy off so he can then detain him and make sense of what's going on he did so in.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The district police responded to the situation and given unusual glimpse into the mind of a teen contemplating a school shooting that from ashley loose wrenches great writing and great reporting by her in the journal sentinel you know what the school district and local law enforcement did acted on a credible threat unlike in parkland florida where four years the gunman's behavior went completely unchecked that ladies and gentlemen is how you stop school shootings before they start oh you wanna get up in march and get up in march about all of the missed signs all of the missed signals the refusal to investigate or prosecute the stoneman douglas high school gunman for making cyber threats for cyber stalking for doing any of the behaviors that we claim oh this is so terrible yet we've got a leftist policy in place apparently in parkland florida that this school superintendent robert runcie who may be the luckiest human being in the world that he is not being blamed for this sheriff scott israel is he still in charge of the sheriff's department down in broward county how did that guy escape with his job all of the referrals all of the specific warnings about specific threats even a phone call from the gunman himself saying how i'm going through a lot of stuff right now i'm just i'm feeling really out of sorts and violent and all of this for years not a matter of days not a matter of weeks or months but years it was obvious that this guy was building towards this nothing done ever the kid was reportedly not even allowed to wear a backpack to school because they were worried about what would be not disciplined not removed from school my goodness nobody and then oh it's the guns it's the guns it's the guns the guns we didn't have a school shooting at walla tosa tosa east you wanna know why this kid apparently had a gun he was worried about being able to get shells for his shotgun that his family.

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"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"walla tosa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"High school students are walking out as well as shorewood high school students and rufus king high school students today this is part of a national school walkout taking place across the nation oh quantum walks events being led by a student at the school one of the organizers of the march fourteenth walkout at his school remember that was one month after the shooting at parkland at marjory stoneman douglas high school this adversary is interesting to me l look on fox the parkland students are walking out you know it's fascinating to me there was a great story in the milwaukee journal sentinel it is the big story at jess online by ashley lutheran he had a shotgun a map and a code for his friends situation the same day now is the walla tosa school board urges state lawmakers to do more on school safety newly released police records provide insight into what happened in january the reports detail how.

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