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35 years ago, the city of Philadelphia dropped a bomb on its citizens. They are now ready to apologize.

Marketplace

03:50 min | 7 months ago

35 years ago, the city of Philadelphia dropped a bomb on its citizens. They are now ready to apologize.

"Mary Louise Kelly. 35. Years ago, a police helicopter dropped a bomb on a Philadelphia row house in a mostly black neighborhood. 11 people were killed. Five of them were Children. The bomb live on inferno that burned down more than 60 other houses, leaving hundreds of people homeless. This is now referred to as the move. Bombing move for the Black Liberation group by the same name was targeted. Last Thursday, the Philadelphia City Council passed a resolution that finally issues a formal apology. Philadelphia City Council member Jamie got to who represents the third district where the bombing occurred. Updraft the resolution and joins us now. Hey there! Welcome. Hi. So for those who maybe don't know, don't remember much about the bombing. Which you just briefly explain what what was move, and why was the city of Philadelphia so hostile to it? Yes. Move Woz, a black liberation group of back to nature group, and I think they were. They were different, right? Like many people in our society, and they were a group of black people who were different and who were very unapologetic about it. And I think over time, um, there developed Ah, Lot of friction between move. Andhra police in the city of Philadelphia. So You've got this apology through. Why is this important now? 35 years later, I think it's important because one no one was ever held accountable on been a real way for what happens with the move. Bombing, which was an atrocity is one of the only times in our country that Ah government bombed its home city. Its own citizens, Um There was no there was never a formal apology. That's something that was all also very striking to me. And so I was honored. Tonto work with the activists who really brought this the council to bring this about, And not only is this Not only that, I think this was important from a symbolic perspective. I also think it's important because we see echoes of what happened in the move Bombing in what we're seeing now between police and community and with the police violence that we've seen in the very same neighborhood. This is Russell. The neighborhood where Walter Wallace Jr was gunned down by police. Just that was just last month that police shooting Walter Wallace? Yes. Yeah, And I've seen you talk about how divisions between police and the community are, you know, not new, obviously. And until we actually reckon with them, their divisions and the problems we're going to keep on coming. Absolutely. I think that we can connect what happened to move with what we saw happen with well to Rawlins Jr. And I think what underlines both of these events and a lot of the police violence we see is racism and a lack of recognition of the humanity of black people in our in our neighborhoods on behalf of police, and until we confront what's at the core, I don't believe we'll be able to move forward. We just have a few seconds left. But along with the apology does this resolution also make some concrete amends to the generations of people impacted by the by the bombing? Well, along with this apology. The resolution establishes May 13th as an annual day of observation, reflection in and re commitment in Philadelphia to honor those that we lost on that day in 1985. And though that, um, can be seen as largely symbolic. I hope it will be the start of the listening and the conversations that we need to

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Philadelphia police announces reforms in response to the fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Philadelphia police announces reforms in response to the fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr

"Of Walter Wallace, a black man shot and killed by police in Philadelphia after refusing to drop a knife says using a Taser instead of guns should have been an option for police. Wallace family attorney Shaka Johnson says the police department hasn't followed a recommendation from a 2015 Justice Department review They are stressing to the Philadelphia Police Department five years ago. The importance off prioritizing a less lethal option on the duty belt off officer. Is at all times that was not adhere to, she says. The police Department has limited Taser distribution to officers who passed crisis intervention training first. Meantime, the city says it will increase mental health crisis training for officers and dispatchers. Wallace's death remains under investigation in Wisconsin. The

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"walter wallace" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:36 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin in Philadelphia City officials have released the 901 calls and police body cam video of the moments that led up to the fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr last week. He was shot outside his parents home. Wallace had a history of mental health crises. And when police were called, he was acting violently and in possession of a knife. The shooting has raised questions about whether enough was done by police to de escalate the situation. Laura bench off with member station W. H Y has been following the release of this video, and she joins us now, Laura, Thanks for being here and just a note to our listeners. Description in this conversation will be disturbing to some Can you just start off and describe if you could what the footage shows. Sure, Rachel. We knew a lot of what had happened because of some bystander video, but the police body Cam just really fills in an extremely chaotic scene. It is so loud and so tense. You have Wallace, his mother and bystanders screaming, trying to pull it Wallace as he paces outside his parents home. They're yelling at police that he's mental officers pull up, they plugged their guns very quickly. And Wallace sort of walks around the street haphazardly. He changes direction walking towards an officer walking away. At one point you hear an officer to say, shoot him as Wallace walks out from behind a car and starts crossing the street, and then they do, and it all just takes less than a minute. So, the Wallace family has said. They do not want murder charges filed against the officers, but they do want justice. What could that mean? Through an attorney. The family has said that they believe the officers weren't properly trained. There was no deescalation of the situation. And they want the officers fired. They also want to heal. What they see is a huge rift between you know the way that police respond to a mental health crisis like what Wallace was in. And The way that it's currently done. You know, there was a mental health provider that wasn't not be so far away that had been volunteering to work with the police more closely and who knew Wallace and that person was never called. And there's also been a program to try to get behavior. Health experts listening into police dispatch, and that didn't happen either. So yesterday, the city announced made some changes in policing. Was there anything in those changes to address some of the families concerned? Yeah, Mental health was a big focus, and, you know, Mayor Jim Kenney promised that the city is just working to fix. Problems with the overall criminal justice system. Seeing another life tragically lost yet again to police. Violence can make many of us question whether anything has changed or whether anything will ever change. But this is why we are releasing this footage because things have to change. They are cheating. So releasing the footage, they said was unprecedented. They haven't done that before, and then the police commissioner and Department of Behavioral Health Head announced. You know all of these initiatives that they're trying to help. Merged together mental health support and, you know, emergency dispatch, so they're giving police dispatchers themselves new scripts and new training's aimed at identifying mental health crises. Just a pilot program to embed baby all health counselors with law enforcement. All right, Laura Bench off from member station. W H y. Why Joining us from Philadelphia? Thank you very much for your reporting on this..

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"walter wallace" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin in Philadelphia City officials have released the 911 calls and police body Cam video of the moments that led up to the fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr last week. He was shot outside his parents home. Wallace had a history of mental health crises. And when police were called, he was acting violently and in possession of a knife. The shooting has raised questions about whether enough was done by police to de escalate the situation. Laura bench off with member station W. H Y has been following the release of this video, and she joins us now. Laura. Thanks for being here And just a note to our listeners. Description in this conversation will be disturbing to some, Um, can you just start off and describe if you could what the footage shows. Sure, Rachel. We knew a lot of what had happened because of some bystander video, but the police body Cam just really fills in an extremely chaotic scene. It is so loud and so tense. You have Wallace, his mother and bystanders screaming, trying to pull it Wallace as he paces outside his parents home. They're yelling at police that he's mental officers pull up, they pluck their guns very quickly. And Wallace sort of walks around the street haphazardly. He changes direction walking towards an officer walking away. At one point you hear an officer to say, shoot him as Wallace walks out from behind a car and starts crossing the street, and then they do, and it all just takes less than a minute. So, the Wallace family has said. They do not want murder charges filed against the officers, but they do want justice. What could that mean? Through an attorney. The family has said that they believe the officers weren't properly trained. There was no tea escalation of the situation. And they want the officers fired. They also want to heal. What they see is a huge rift between you know the way that police respond to a mental health crisis like what Wallace was in. And The way that it's currently done. You know, there was a mental health provider that wasn't not be so far away that had been volunteering to work with the police more closely and who knew Wallace and that person was never called. And there's also been a program to try to get behavior. Health experts listening into police dispatch, and that didn't happen either. So yesterday, the city announced made some changes in policing. Was there anything in those changes to address some of the families concerned? Yeah, Mental health was a big focus, and you know, Mayor Jim Kenney promised that the city is just working to fix problems with the overall criminal justice system. Seeing another life tragically lost yet again to police. Violence can make many of us question whether anything has changed or whether anything will ever change. But this is why we are releasing this footage because things have to change. And the arching So releasing the footage, they said was unprecedented. They haven't done that before, and then the police commissioner and Department of Behavioral Health Head announced. You know all of these initiatives that they're trying to help. Merged together mental health support and, you know, emergency dispatch, so they're giving police dispatchers themselves new scripts and new training's aimed at identifying mental health crises. Just a pilot program to embed maybe all health counselors with law enforcement. All right, Laura Bench off from member station. W H y. Why Joining us from Philadelphia? Thank you.

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Demonstrators take to the streets of Philadelphia as ballots continue to be counted

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Demonstrators take to the streets of Philadelphia as ballots continue to be counted

"Demonstrators taking to the streets in Philadelphia as it deals with a recent police involved shooting and as votes continue to be counted in Pennsylvania, a veces mark Malard is with the demonstrators will purpose demonstrations here in Philadelphia tonight is several 100 protesters have taken to the streets. Some protesting for every vote to be counted in the state is Joe Biden narrows the gap with President Trump. Others calling for justice in the police involved shooting of Walter Wallace Jr last week there is an adequate mental health treatment in the city. The city of Philadelphia has released the body cam footage in 900 audio from the police encounter with Walter Wallace Jr the first time they've done that in the history of the Philadelphia Police Department.

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"walter wallace" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Station Widespread violence reported in Portland, Oregon. Wyatt declared. His protesters broke windows tried to smash ATMs and burned American flags. At least 10 people have been arrested there. Police also dispersing protesters in Los Angeles, Denver, Minneapolis, New York City. And in Boston, passionate marchers the night after the election with a message for those sitting at home on the sidelines, just feel like there's so many people just sitting around kind of waiting to see what happens. And I don't understand that mind that at all marches, fearing the direction the country's headed but downtown businesses, fearing where the marchers could be headed, where you born at the store, they give saying there's going to be right all over, you know, so we want to protect us. Probably this business owner says he does this every night and removes it. Every morning's reporter, while a loo with Fox affiliate WFXT Ian, Boston County prosecutor in Philadelphia, appealing for calm after police released the video from police body worn cameras of the shooting death of a man who charged it officers with a knife. If you believe the life of Walter Wallace matters that it matters, but his family Is asking you to honor him not to disgrace his memory. By tearing up the city district Attorney Larry Krasner has promised a fair and impartial investigation. The possibility of criminal charges in the shooting. If you drive a Ford 3 50 K model Explorer, look for another recall notice. Nobody says suspensions. It's 2013 to 2017 models could fail. Ford, recalling more than 350,000 of those SUVs that have been involved in two previous recalls. The pandemic has claimed another business, pet food and supplies retail chain pet Valu, announcing it will liquidate its U. S operations and closed 358 stores. I'm Jack.

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Philadelphia police bodycam video shows officers trying to get Walter Wallace Jr. to drop knife before they shoot him

KIRO Nights

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Philadelphia police bodycam video shows officers trying to get Walter Wallace Jr. to drop knife before they shoot him

"Police have released body Cam Video of what happened leading up to and including the police shooting of a black man they say, came at them with a knife and refused to drop it. CBS is Lisa Matteo has had a look. The video shows officers approached the steps of a West Philadelphia home as Walter Wallace Jr descends with a knife, disregarding numerous requests to drop the weapon. Police fire multiple shots at him. Officials say releasing the video may spark anger but urge residents to remain peaceful.

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Philadelphia mayor calls for investigation into shooting of Black man amid protests

Chuck Dizzle

01:43 min | 8 months ago

Philadelphia mayor calls for investigation into shooting of Black man amid protests

"What's happening in West Philadelphia right now. This past week writes broke out all over Philly because a 27 year old black man was fatally shot by police. The man was identified as Walter Wallace, who was reportedly nonverbal and suffering from a mental health crisis. At the time of the incident, he was holding a knife. However, he was shot 10 times by the police instead of being detained peacefully, like they usually do with his white account and shot right in front of his mother instead of his mother, very disturbing video, But I love is again our people. We do know how to come together. I wish you knew how to stay together every day, even when it's not happening. Because Philly right now they are burning. The city down is being burned to the ground. That's my hometown. Was just a disturbing video watch to see that. You know, everyone's telling the police to like, you know, relaxed China diffuse the situation and they still felt the need to let off 10 shots extremely excessive. Well. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenny has since called for a full investigation into losses. Murder which occurred after police responded to a disturbance call. I don't think we need an investigation. I think we know what it is. And it rhymes with racism. Yeah, and let me tell you. Here's the investigation. I've concluded it. We black and you see it and you kill us. And here in l A. You know, we had recently an issue in Compton. We had a real Isn't the issue here. My city Hollywood and we continue to see just would offset this past week in Beverly Hills where people are targeted because the skin color now I will say that as a black man, I mean not. You know, some people may think all Spanish you could think what you want. I'm a black man walking through the streets, and I, too sometimes have Ah, fear for my own safety. And so I just I want to say my prayers out to the city of Philadelphia and to everybody around the country, Whether you're black, white, Spanish, Asian, whatever we got all band together and continue to press. And elevate the conversation of the voiceless, because a we do matter. I stand for that. And just remember, guys do not call it a riot. It's an uprising. Hello what, say another

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National Guard In Philadelphia As Another Citywide Curfew In Effect

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

National Guard In Philadelphia As Another Citywide Curfew In Effect

"Shooting of Walter Wallace Jr in Philadelphia, Mischief night was peaceful. Around the city, Pennsylvania National Guard troops were on hand to protect buildings from rioting or looting. Philadelphia police have had a lot to handle over the past several days, and the president of the National Guard frees up the department to better respond to any incidents that might pop up. A citywide curfew expired at 6 A.m., and there were no major incidents to report overnight. City officials have not said how long the National Guard will be here. One question on a lot of people's minds with the election just a few days away is well, A national Guard stay until after the election. City leaders have not made their plans clear on this. The National Guard is stationed outside of important places like City Hall and the municipal Services Building. They are also station in some neighborhoods throughout the city and are there to assist police with looting or riots. Dance? Came I w reporter Mike Authority. Suspect is in custody after two New

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Walmart returns guns to store floors as unrest "isolated"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Walmart returns guns to store floors as unrest "isolated"

"An about face by WalMart, The big box retailer says Edie is real. Turning Turning guns guns and and ammunition ammunition to to store store sales sales floors floors just just the the day day after after decided decided to to remove remove them. them. Walmart Walmart originally originally said said it it was was pulling pulling those those items items from from displaced displaced temporarily temporarily because of concerns about civil unrest. They were still available for sale today. A WalMart spokesperson tell CBS that because civil unrest has remained geographically isolated in the company's terms. They've decided to begin returning guns and ammo to sales. Floor's A Wal Mart store was looted in Philadelphia this week in the wake of the deadly police shooting of a black man. Walter Wallace Jr was shot after police say he refused to drop a knife.

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National Guard arrives in Philadelphia after nights of unrest following Walter Wallace Jr.'s death

Anna Davlantes

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

National Guard arrives in Philadelphia after nights of unrest following Walter Wallace Jr.'s death

"And there was more unrest overnight in Philadelphia in the wake of the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr Here's more from news nations. Desouki. The Pennsylvania National Guard, is expected to arrive in the city this morning and stay through election Day. Philly's mayor says the role of the troops is to help police as well. A safeguard property and prevent looting. More than 200 people were arrested, and 57 officers were hurt in the days of unrest after the death of Walter Wallace Jr. City officials plan to release body camera footage and 911 calls related to the police shooting by the end of next

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Walter Wallace Jr.'s Family Does Not Want Police Officers To Face Murder Charges

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Walter Wallace Jr.'s Family Does Not Want Police Officers To Face Murder Charges

"The family of of a a black black man man shot shot by by police police say say they they do do not not want want the the officers officers who who killed killed their their son son to to be be charged charged with with murder. murder. Kyi. Kyi. W. W. TV's TV's Kimberly Kimberly Davis Davis explain. explain. It's It's not not charges charges the the Wallace Wallace family once but change This comes after the family of Walter Wallen reviewed the body camera footage of his fatal police shooting Thursday morning. The family is calling for the city to invest in less lethal weapons for Philadelphia police officers. When officers responded to the scene Monday afternoon, they on Lee had guns were not provided with Tasers.

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"walter wallace" Discussed on The Why: Philly Explained

The Why: Philly Explained

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on The Why: Philly Explained

"And if we do how so despite the pd announcing the program. The reforms just weren't in place in time for this incident with walter wallace juniors fair to say i think so. We have wallace's family saying they called specifically for medical help but there will also reportedly several nine one one calls that afternoon pointing officers to the house which had cops have known or not known about wall says mental health before they arrived. We don't have the nine one one calls and until we do. It's going to be really hard to know what the officers knew or should have known. The wallace family lawyer shock. Johnson really laid out the case for the fact that these officers should have known that wallace was having a mental health crisis. But for instances like that where you do know that but somebody's having a mental health issue. There are a lot of questions about whether police should be responding to those calls at all I talked to evan anderson again when this program rolled out and he's a public health and criminal justice researcher at the university of pennsylvania. So there's this sort of longstanding concern about having partnerships between law enforcement and public health that you'll create more potential ways for people to get caught up in more ways for behavior to get criminalized. Anderson also says nine one one is currently the only and fastest way to respond to an emergency. That infrastructure is there it's set up and he really views this kind of program that the ppd was was for as a good incremental step to leverage that existing response network to be able to respond in a different way. And you know we just hadn't built it out yet and we're seeing the consequences of that this nine one. One policy was announced in part to try to help restore trust between the police and the community. But now with the events of this last week. Has that backfire. It's certainly a setback. That's that's what the family's lawyer said. And i find it extremely extremely emotionally taxing to think about how you could call for instance and wind up with the people who you called killing you. I can't even conceive the concept. i just can't if anything. This week's incident shows that this program is needed more than ever that was really laid bare and whether or not that trust can be rebuilt. I think we'll just have to wait and see right homina. I'm having zhu because this was the same neighborhood that we just talked to you about on the why that was hit hard by aggressive police response. After protests following the killing of. George floyd what are you hearing from neighbors. Yeah in from the community point of view. This is just another example of the police department promising. Change making statements saying you know that they're going to work hard to build trust with the community creating some sort of initiative and then that initiative falling short and you know having a repeat of a black resident being killed for what they see as an unjustified reason to end this stuff is going to be the new nord one of the residents. I spoke with her name was anne. She didn't wanna give me her last name but she had a really pessimistic view as to what the future of policing and the west valley community looked like. Then they do something about this to learn to shoot people in the foot or tasers. They keep killing this. Keep if oh there's gonna be. A lot of them are skeptical that the police department can can really change without a total overhaul. We'll thank you and thank you for all your reporting and thanks for joining us. Yeah thanks for having us thank you. Oh.

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Walter Wallace Jr shooting: Philadelphia police to release 911 tapes and body camera footage

John Tabacco's Liquid Lunch

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Walter Wallace Jr shooting: Philadelphia police to release 911 tapes and body camera footage

"Say they will release the police body camera footage and the 900 tapes in connection with the officer involved shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. Mr Wallace's father, Walter Sr. Says he wants the violence and looting to stop at a press conference Wednesday, and I don't know violence. 10 of city stores in all this chaos is everybody heavy respect from my family and my son to stop this violence and chaos was going on in the city. I mean, we got good cup. We got bay. That's a sentiment in the system. I'm not somebody had to be all accountable for what they did. No time frame was set for the release of the officer's body cameras. Musa Radio news.

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"walter wallace" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:25 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You are the Philadelphia D. A. Is on the case, folks. That's that's the news. I have for here. That's just breaking, not on the case of the looters and riders. There's reports that they were told just to disperse and that they would not be prosecuted at all. On the case of the Trump administration, and Trump saying that there should be people watching at the polls. Yeah, that's right. The D a while his city is burning is focused on Trump, not a surprise. Our friend John Cardillo joins us right now formerly of the NYPD. Conservative commentator. TV host, John Great, Heavy back always good to be with you. But you know you are the voice of New York. I know that was branding for the station. But you are the voice of the city right now. Oh, man, I appreciate that, John. That's that's a high compliment. And it's my hometown. As you know, I'm so tell me this shit. Yeah, I know. I'm Wapiti guy. Let let's start with this, though, because I want to bring in sort of your Law enforcement, background and expertise. And then we'll get to more of the political stuff here. This shooting that we saw of thiss Mr Wallace. Walter Wallace. I believe it is in Walter Wallace Wallace. Yeah, yeah, anything anything in this that makes people of your with your expertise and knowledge, say These cops stepped out. I mean to me. This looks like your your walking quickly toward police with a knife. You don't drop it. They're going to shoot you. Look, I mean, not only does it not say that to me, This is a textbook example of good police tactics. They backed up big. They tried to increase the distance Police officer is not recently but for decades have been trained on the 21 ft doctrine, and it's sailing with a knife, especially a physically fit. He's a 27 year old solidly. Built physically fit. Die with a knife within 21. Ft. Can close that gap in seconds. I believe, three seconds Is the law enforcement analysis and do some pretty serious damage to you not to get too wonky on tactics and equipment. But handgun rounds your common duty caliber's nine millimeter 40 caliber 45, a relatively weak they're relatively anemic against the solidly built jacked up opponent. Maybe they'll be fatal, but it's very easy to close that gap and still kill police officer with the knife. Even if you've been shot, Walter Wallace was less than half that distance. He wasn't a 21 PT was it about 10 FT. Coaching rapidly. Police doctrine again for decades is that in that scenario, when now the distances half meaning he could have closed that gap in a second one second sliced a cops for moral artery that corroded artery. Doctoring for decades has been deadly force. At that point, you don't mess around with a non lethal device, a Taser pepper spray. Shoot him in the lake. Police never trained to shoot in the leg. And the reason is this. It's not to believe her, but it's important to note the minute of a police officer draws that firearm. What they're saying to society. The law is the offender has now escalated this To a necessitating I might have to use deadly force That's deadly force that you shoot center, Mass to stop the assailant. This isn't you know, old 19 fifties western, where you shoot him in the leg with a trick shot so looking at that video looking at Wallace's extensive criminal history. You know, oftentimes these perps unknown to the police. Looking at everything. They acted lawfully and absolutely within policy. John Cardillo, formerly of the NYPD, the and conservative commentator. John, Do you think this law and order issue is going to matter as we have riots now in Philadelphia? There was a little bit of Ah, much smaller scale. But you know of a violent demonstration against police in Brooklyn last night as well. I had some of this in l A. I just feel like how could anyone We all know these Air Democrats there Biden voters who support this. Who do this work behind this? How could this not factor in isn't going to factor in Well, look, I think Philly is is the perfect example of a far less liberal governance at this point, maybe even more so than Portland, Seattle, New York City Because you've got AH committed radical Democrat Mayor Kenny You've got Larry Krasner as the district attorney. A guy who was the Petrie this for George Soros funding. District attorney races and the Philadelphia Police commissioner is now Danielle Outlaw. The woman who ran the Portland P D what they called a Portland Police bureau in Portland, Oregon, who turned a blind eye instead of cops down in the wake of all the riding, so I couldn't think of three worst people. To be running the mayor's office, the D A's office in the police department, then the three Philadelphia has right now, so I think it's only gonna get worse there. So it seems to me so so clear A this point. And this reminds me of exactly went through the same cycle. You remember John back in whatever. 2014 2015 Bill. Um, you know, it's about police, violence and police reform. And how do we reform police and community? Please? You hear all these things? And now that's what we see. None of that has been achieved, and none of that was really the purpose. That's not the look they were bringing. I mean the rioters in Philly, they were bringing appliance dollies to the Wal Mart to haul out washing machine. Nothing says I'm oppressed, like stealing a nice Samsung washer and dryer and stacking it up in your condo. This is ridiculous. This isn't about police reform This is about I believe that black lives matter has one mission well, several missions but a radical Marxist organization, but it's for people, especially criminals. And especially black criminals to be able to commit crime up to and including murder with impunity. It's about mass chaos. It's about the absolute absence, the abolition of law and order. It's about taking what belongs to others not working. It's a radical criminal Marxist terrorist movement. That's all it's about. And now we're at this point where we're six days away from the election. John, your I know you're down in Florida. Now, though you are in New York. I buy by birth or we are. I'll give you two. How confident you were gonna win Florida. How con for you? How confident you Trump's gonna win this thing next week. Not a place. It's funny. A friend of mine just asked me and and he runs. Ah, very large resort Not far from where I live in South Florida, and I ran into him about an hour ago..

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Philadelphia victim's family sought ambulance, not police

Sean Hannity

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Philadelphia victim's family sought ambulance, not police

"Both President Trump and Joe Biden, in their own way, are condemning violence in Philadelphia after a deadly police shooting Monday night. The Democratic Nominee focusing on the looting, victim's father said. Do not do this. Not with my son. You're not helping. You're hurting, helping myself. President Trump offering at federal help and criticizing the Philadelphia mayor, You gotta have long order. You've gotta have respect for our police. The police were told to stand back now. Maybe that's not so. But that's what I was told. Very good authority. You can't allow that to happen. A citywide curfew has been imposed for tonight. Police say Walter Wallace, who was black, was shot and killed while refusing to drop a knife. A lawyer says the family had called for an ambulance over a mental health

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"walter wallace" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"News now Data zeroes in on the Gulf Coast only sobriety FOX NEWS The 27th named Storm of the Atlantic season heading for landfall today in Louisiana, and it's now a Category two hurricane, top sustained winds of 100 MPH Fox meteorologist Adam Klaus. Hurricane warnings have been issued for Morgan City, the Mississippi Alabama border and include New Orleans in a storm surge of 6 to 9. FT is forecast. A storm is fast moving, which means less for rain and flooding risk at landfall. One of the biggest concerns is the damage already done by previous hurricanes this summer miles of lingering debris, thousands of homes damaged or destroyed. His data is the fifth storm to hit the region since June. Ah curfew just confirmed in Philadelphia after two nights of protests that turned into violence and looting over the death of Walter Wallace, who police say was shot. After refusing to drop a knife nearly 200 arrests made during the unrest in more than 20 officers injured. There also been nine ATM explosions they ask for help will be there very quickly. They should bring in the National Guard if the police need help. And they should do something. You can't let that go on President Trump's speaking in Las Vegas before heading to Arizona for two rallies. Today, he made law and order one of his campaign themes during a summer of unrest over racial injustice. After the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Joe Biden staying close to home in Delaware today and also talking about the violence in Philadelphia..

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Protests in Philadelphia After Police Fatally Shoot Black Man

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Protests in Philadelphia After Police Fatally Shoot Black Man

"The family Walter Wallace Jr says police knew their son was in a mental health crisis when they shot him dead Monday night. There was trouble again in Philadelphia last night, stealing from stores arrests. The Ape's Tim Maguire on what happened in Philadelphia on Monday. The video released by a bystander, the officers fired a number of shots as a younger Wallace didn't heed orders to drop the knife as he came at them. His father, Walter Wallace, senior does. He wants someone held accountable? But he also wants peaceful protests, not violence, violence by all this thing because I was Hold up like I'm too. Maguire. This is AP News.

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Police fatally shoot Black man, sparking protests in Philadelphia

Chris Plante

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

Police fatally shoot Black man, sparking protests in Philadelphia

"Of unrest in Philadelphia day after the fatal police shooting of a black man who police say refused to drop a knife the Philadelphia Police Department increasing its presence across the city in anticipation of further displays of civil unrest. In response to the shooting death of 27 year old Walter Wallace Jr. Some star stores were looted Governor Tom Wolfe mobilizing the state's national Guard to assist local agencies.

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"walter wallace" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"walter wallace" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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Police fatally shoot Black man, sparking protests in Philadelphia

Frank Beckmann

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Police fatally shoot Black man, sparking protests in Philadelphia

"In Philadelphia over the police shooting of a black man. Hundreds of people took to the Philadelphia streets last night to protest the killing of Walter Wallace Jr by police officers, while in some areas there was looting and calls from police for people to stay inside their homes. Wallace was killed on Monday after ignoring police officer's orders to drop his knife. Last night. Walter Wallace senior spoke to the media and called for an end of the looting and the violence and said that officers knew his son was in a mental health crisis because they had been to the family's home three times on Monday. A lawyer for the family also says they made that 911 call for an ambulance to get him help with that crisis, not for police intervention. Tanya Jerry Powers. Fox

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"walter wallace" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:16 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"walter wallace" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:44 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Here is trending news from our home station and Philly one zero five point three W. D. A. S. The Philadelphia Police Department has increased its presence around the city and the Pennsylvania National Guard has been deployed in Philly. Last night do to more civil unrest in response to the shooting death of Walter Wallace junior junior Walter Wallace. Jimmy was a black man who refused to drop his knife when police asked him to according to the family's lawyer they reportedly called for an ambulance to get. Mr Wallace, some help for mental health crisis issue on the video, you can hear the officers repeatedly tell Wallace to put the knife. Now after he would not drop the weapon to officers fired off at least seven rounds both officers were wearing body cams and we're taken off street duty pending investigation. Philadelphia's new police commissioner is a sister or Daniel outlaw take a listen as chief outlaw is going to the community where the shooting happened and she's talking to the people. A was the fact that. I used the first thing I'm of. They. Went with. A bit. In the community not opening. Ellen. I'm here to listen I. Don't have answers for what happened today it just happened. Obviously we got put everything together. I was shooting took. Yeah Now Yeah here we'd be yeah they're upset they were round. Here's a lot well, and you know it is but in his deal. His the people call too 'cause he has mental issues. The ambulance. So they called for mental help. the officers in Philly don't have tasers. o- which. Hudo. Had that I don't understand. So. Here's the problem there presenting. Their only line of defense at he had a weapon and he kept coming what the public is saying is. They didn't even try to as now we found out later they don't have tasers it, but like I've always said. These police officers aren't trained enough. So they only have twenty two week training period. You got to learn how to do domestic violence reports. You GotTa do how to settle arguments fail. On Robbery Bank robbery you gotTa go through all that training. All of the shooting they do is only target and they're all killed shots. And head. Chest and head. If. A man has a knife in two offices have a good shooting him in leg bring him down. Yes it. But we don't do that in the United States to black. People. We don't bring them down we take them down and that's what the deadly force. and. It's always the use of deadly force the fear in that this whole thing is. He had a knife. Going to overlook that it was a psychiatric call that they said, they needed help an ambulance for some a psychiatric problem here demand I heard. I could be wrong. Had A history of mental issues. Which wits Steve Brings up if they knew that if the police knew that he had a history of that. More outrage as to why? Russia. Different, even when they get there. The fear factor. In Police Office yesterday the embedded. Trip, that's in some police officers is going to overrule the fact that you telling him. He had mental issues because all they see is this black man with this knife yeah. An animal or And then that Amnesty clause goes into effect. Is Hard to charge police performing in the line of duty. And that's what you. To say. We gotta get to the polls show. I'm telling you. Yeah. All right coming up more of the Steve Harvey Morning Show Twenty minutes after right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. With Law and order the headline does it mean for us I'm Eddie K Williams, an attorney and former public defender and host of a brand new podcast where we're going to cross examine news-making cases in famous faces to understand the context and I'm Dustin Ross TV writer. Cultural Observer. And I am thrilled to be co hosting holding. Court with every K. Williams. This is not a podcast about the law. This is the show for the people to help us navigate a rick system teachable moments from the so-called law and order headlines Listen to holding court, with Ebony K Williams on the iheartradio APP. On Apple, podcast or wherever you get your podcast on this season of on obscured, we will go back to the streets of Victorian White Chapel to follow the trail of Jack The ripper will join the police in their attempts to solve a series of brazen and brutal murders as they tried to make sense of the violence taking place in their midst, and we'll explore the alleys, yards and homes where a series of monstrous murderers became the most infamous crime story of modern history on obscured season three premiers.

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"walter wallace" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O R and I aren't radio station 52 degrees at eight o'clock. Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett Demonstrations in Brooklyn Over that deadly shooting of a black man by police and Philadelphia 30. People are arrested US. A car drove through a group of police officers. Trash cans were set on fire and police cruisers were damaged. The man's father, Walter Wallace, senior calling for the violence to stop while saying police do need to be held accountable. See, execution is not to say you know me. And it is a massive knot. Can you sleep at night? Every time I close my eyes I get placed about multiple shot. Walter Wallace Jr was shot and killed after he refused police orders to drop the knife. With early voting problems around the city. Changes are now going to be made in New York City Board of Elections says Yeah, it's seen those long lines of voters waiting hours to cast their ballots. So starting Friday, though, extend hours from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Many waiting in lines say a little stand out there. As long as it takes to be counted. I did wait affairs, but that's what this cell phone is for. So listening music No one laden Wooo are news. We are just six days away from the election, and President Trump and Joe Biden are fighting it out. Now in key battleground states voters now giving Joe Biden a 57 to 40% lead over President Trump. Mr Biden has a slightly closer advantage 51 to 44% in Michigan. President Trump won Michigan by nearly 11,000 votes four years ago and Wisconsin by just 22,000. Out of three million polling shows the president down 20 points when it comes to handling the pandemic in Wisconsin. Is covert cases surge there. That's correspondent Andy Field. Speaking of covert Corona virus cases continue to climb around the country, and that includes now Connecticut ticket governor Ned Lamont is urging towns to enforce reopening restrictions for restaurants and bars as the state's Covad positive testing rate exceeds 4% 19 municipalities now have a red alert classification, or at least 15 new cases per 100,000 residents a day, allowing them to voluntarily rollback face to reopening..

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"walter wallace" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:01 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on WJR 760

"The 302nd Day of 2020. There are 64 days left in the year make each and every day count each day. Is a gift and Marie Osborne spending this week with us in for a dick. What a story Now here we have Philadelphia over. Last night over 30 police officers were considered injured in these very quiet, peaceful protests. But if that was 30 last night, who knows overnight how bad it got? I did speak to some folks in Philadelphia. They were just starting to recover. From the last time these peaceful quiet protesters destroyed a couple of major streets in Philadelphia in center city. And now it happened all over again as protesters threw rocks and bricks in a most gentle way, along with the other vandalism and looting that took place pretty crazy out there, And here we go. Again, You know, I know it's simplistic, Marie, and you never like to see somebody killed. That is unless they're trying to kill someone else. And for sadly, Walter Wallace Jr. It seems to me. I heard in your newscast. He had a criminal history. I didn't know that. But here's what I do know if you're holding a knife or gun And the police tell you to drop it. That's the smartest thing to do immediately. And I'm not saying you still won't get shot because there've been mistakes made. Along the way that are well documented, but it's a good way to begin. Don't you think? Oh, I think I should hold comment on on that kind of thing. I will add something to what you say earlier. What is that That will come in is that Walter Wallace's father has come out and just beg people to stop the looting. But if they're going to protests, that's fine. Looting and the violence has got to stop again. You know, you have a lot of family members that surround these incidents who begged for that. Yeah, We've heard that before then, and that's you know good people trying to keep the bad people from using their family member as an excuse to do unacceptable behavior. Absolutely. And also he supposedly he had. Not only did he have a criminal history, but the victim here in this incident, Not only did he have a criminal history, but he also Had mental health issues. Apparently, it's not clear if the family made that clear to police when they arrive. We don't know there is video that shows he was running towards the police with a knife. And frankly, at that point in time, it's an officer can't decide Well, he's running at me with a knife, but he's got mental issues. The knife will still hurt and kill you. Whether the person is completely saying or not. It's an unfortunate circumstance in situation once again, but the reaction is too quickly. To do things that I have nothing to do with even Even remembering, supporting or paying tribute to the person who goes down. You know, turns into something else. Yes, let's go to a happier thought. And that is Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton have announced their engagement. I thought they were engaged all along. But they just announced their engagement from the voice. You know they've been dating since 2015. But that just leads me to say once again happy anniversary to Marie. And John Osborne, who today are celebrating. Can I say the number? Come on, Let me say that. No, I well, but when you're married at 12, you know it's a little and that is how she got to 42. Years of happiness.

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The Life and Death of Walter Wallace Jr: Everything We Know

Morning Edition

03:35 min | 8 months ago

The Life and Death of Walter Wallace Jr: Everything We Know

Second night of clashes in Philadelphia after police kill Black man

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:07 min | 8 months ago

Second night of clashes in Philadelphia after police kill Black man

"A second night of unrest in Philadelphia began Tuesday over the police shooting death of a Black Man Walter Wallace junior twenty, seven years old a thousand looters have reported targeting businesses. Police said in the city looters ransacked a footlocker rite aid and other retail stores. At least one vehicle was set on fire. The Philadelphia Police Department warn people to avoid an area where at least at thousand Luder were ransacking businesses in the port. Richmond area videos posted to social media show people leaving a Walmart with clothes, electronics, and other. Items Around Ninety one people were arrested Monday thirty officers were injured amid violent clashes. The unrest comes after the police shooting death of Wallace. On Monday, Wallace was armed with a knife was shot by two officers during a confrontation authorities said Wallace ignored repeated warnings to drop the weapon. Before he was shot, the officers had responded to his home twice before earlier in the day a third called, a first responders was meant for an ambulance to help the twenty-seven-year-old deal with a mental health crisis according to the family. Attorney.

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"walter wallace" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Other kinds of service. Pritzker, a Democrat, reiterated his criticism of the Federal government's Cove in 19 response, noting that states have had to compete against one another for testing supplies and P p E. Now he worries people may again be scrambling for resource is amid a surge of new cases. For NPR News. I'm Li gains in ER Banna Law enforcement officers formed a ring around a west Philadelphia neighborhood Tuesday amid a second night of unrest over the police killing of a black man. 27 year old Walter Wallace Jr was gunned down by two officers after ignoring their commands to drop the knife. Walter Wallace senior is appealing for justice and calm. They helped me and my family they show this They make it look like we're animals, and we's not so you know me is the right. Family members say Wallace was mentally ill and in crisis when they called 911 for an ambulance. Los Angeles Dodgers had won their first World Series since 1988. They clinched the title by defeating Tampa Bay 3 to 1 in Game six. This is NPR. Woman injured in a police shooting in the Chicago suburb of Paul kick into speaking publicly for the first time since last week's incident. So far, William says she begged officers to help her boyfriend, but they covered him with a blanket instead. Marcellus Danette eventually died. The officer who shot Williams Instinet as they sat in a car was fired. Williams spoke to reporters by assume Tuesday from a hospital bit Cult leader Keith Ranieri has been sentenced to life in prison for defrauding and sexually abusing members. NPR's Andrew Limbong reports that Ranieri's organization Nexium attracted actors and millionaires who thought they were joining a self improvement group. 15 victims testified in court in Brooklyn on Tuesday, describing how they were sexually abused by Ranieri for years, including India. Oxenberg. Her mother, Catherine, was featured in the HBO documentary series The Vow trying to get her daughter to leave the group. Keep always had his eye on her. So he's got his hooks into her, and she is no longer resisting. Nexium on its face was presented as a professional development company for women, but Ranieri manipulated and blackmailed his followers into giving him money and sex. Ranieri has been in prison since last year when jurors found him guilty of sex trafficking, child pornography and multiple counts of racketeering. Andrew Limbong NPR NEWS Wall Street stocks closed mixed and trading Tuesday with decliners led by technology shares. The Dow Jones industrials fell 222 points. NASDAQ composite index gained 72, the S and P 500 dipped. 10 U. S futures are lower in after hours trading, and shares on Asian markets are mixed..

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"walter wallace" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on AP News

"Parents of a Philadelphia man shot and killed by police are looking for answers as they call for column. Katherine Wallace says she begged to Philadelphia police officers not to shoot her 27 year old son, Walter Jr. Who was apparently armed with a knife while having a mental health crisis Monday afternoon. In the video released by a bystander, the officers fired a number of shots. As a younger Wallace didn't heed orders to drop the knife as he came at them. His father, Walter Wallace, senior every time I close my eyes, I get a place back about multiple shot. The elder Wallace says. He wants someone held accountable. But he also wants peaceful protests, not violence, calls. No chaos, violence by always think because I wasn't brought up like that I'd to McGuire Katherine Wallace says she begged to Philadelphia police officers not to shoot her 27 year old son, Walter Jr. Who was apparently armed with a knife while having a mental health crisis Monday afternoon in the video released by a bystander the office Sir has fired a number of shots as a younger Wallace didn't heed orders to drop the knife as he came at them. His father, Walter Wallace, senior every time I close my eyes, I get a place back. About multiple shots. The elder Wallace says he wants someone held accountable, but he also wants peaceful protests, not violence, calls. No chaos. Violence by Always think because I wasn't brought up like I'm too. Maguire. AP News I'm to McGuire, former.

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"walter wallace" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"From ABC News and area holding her a second night of unrest in Philadelphia police using bicycles to contain protesters angry over the fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr by the department's officers, Wallace's father, Walter Sr. Appealing for calm. I don't condone no violence. Chained up city Newton of stores in all this chaos going on the elder Wallace says his family called 911 for an ambulance with his son in a mental health episode brandishing a knife. The responding officers say they fatally shot Wallace after he ignored repeated calls to drop the knife. Louisiana is racing for Zetas arrival tomorrow evening, Governor John Bell, Edwards says it's likely to be a Category one hurricane By then. No one should be complacent because it's late October. On. It certainly feels like hurricane season should be behind this because historically speaking, we don't typically get them this late in the year, but hurricane season is not over this year. Louisiana has been hit by two tropical storms into hurricanes, including Laura, which was blamed for 27 deaths one week to the election. Both the Trump and Biden campaigns are courting the Latino vote, ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega 32 million eligible Latinos. The economy, health care their top priorities. But this Corona virus has hit this community particularly hard, and that is an issue that is driving them to the polls this time around, as well. Now back in 2016 about 30% of Latinos voted for Donald Trump, and he has been holding steady with that number. But the big question right now is about turnout, fewer than half of all eligible Latinos.

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Philadelphia To Investigate Fatal Police Shooting Of Walter Wallace

Todd Schnitt

01:35 min | 8 months ago

Philadelphia To Investigate Fatal Police Shooting Of Walter Wallace

"What happened with his Wallace guy? Now let's talk about the video. The video of the fatal shooting, which took the life of Walter Wallace. Showed him walking toward the officers. They had their guns trained on him. He refused to back away back down. He was charging the cops with a knife in hand. What the cops are not supposed to do anything. Supposed to let a perp come at you with a knife, a deadly weapon. as the officers names those names not yet released. The Philadelphia police commissioner says that the full investigation is underway. The president of the filly F o p. The Fraternal Order of police the president, there is John Mc Nesby. And he said that the officers are being vilified now for doing their job and keeping the community safe. And this is a problem, Folks. Police are going to shoot people. You can't protest and riot every time there's a justified shooting. You're going tohave bad individuals that have guns, knives. Deadly weapons that are going to try to hurt people. Police officers or civilians.

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Philadelphia victim's family sought ambulance for mental health crisis, not police

Pacifica Evening News

03:31 min | 8 months ago

Philadelphia victim's family sought ambulance for mental health crisis, not police

"An African American man killed when Philadelphia police officers fired a dozen rounds in a shooting caught on video. Had called for an ambulance to get him help with the mental health crisis, not for police intervention. The lawyer, Shaka Johnson, told reporters that additionally, Walter Wallace, his wife is pregnant and is scheduled to have labor induced in coming days. The lawyer spoke from the steps of the family home. Wallace's father planned a statement later today. Philadelphia officials anticipated a second night of unrest tonight and the Pennsylvania National Guard spokesperson told the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper that several 100 guards, men and women were expected to arrive in the city. Within 24 to 48 hours, the chief police inspector Franklin Ori, said earlier at a news conference. The police had received a call yesterday about a man's screaming and then he was armed with a knife. The two officers each fired at least seven rounds at least 14 total shots, but could not say how many times Wallace was 27 years old was struck. Wallace's father, Walter Wallace, senior earlier told the Philadelphia Inquirer that his son was on medication and struggled with his mental health. Why didn't they use the Taser? He asked. Wallace was shot before 4 P.m. yesterday in an episode filled by film to buy a bystander and posted on social media. Witnesses complained that police fired excessive shots. Oh, Police arrested at least 91 people during protests last night, with three people sided for failing to disperse and about a dozen charged with assault on an officer. Police had previously said 30 police officers were injured in the unrest. Most of them hit with thrown object little hospitalized today with a broken leg after being run over by a pickup truck. Officials with the Fraternal Order of Police. The union representing the officers in Philadelphia, said the officer. Injuries were unacceptable, called for public patients as the investigation into the shooting continued. Officers said they found Wallace holding a knife and ordered him to drop the weapons several times. Police said Wallace advance toward the officers who fired several times. In the video, A woman and at least one man follow Wallace trying to get him to listen to officers as he briskly walks across the street in between cars. The woman identified by family members as well as his mother screams and throws something at an officer. After her son is shot and falls to the ground. The video does not make it clear whether he was in fact holding a knife. Witnesses said he Waas he was hit in the shoulder and chest and taken to hospital and later Hundreds in protests that went into the early hours of the morning with interactions between protesters and police turning violent at times video showed many yelling of officers. And crying.

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"walter wallace" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:11 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Amazing stuff. Megillah gorilla. What? What a schmuck right, So there was a an incident in Philadelphia. And and this was on. It led to 30 police officers being injured last night because the Democrats are a violent party and the left is coming for your rights. This ad is so upside down. Honestly, left is coming for your second Amendment rights. They're coming for your religious liberties. They're coming through three speechless. Freedom of the press. They're trampling the post for publishing stories. That tell the truth with documentation about Biden family corruption. They are the Castro brothers. If anybody's the Castro brothers here, Fidel and Raul Castro, it's the Democrat Party. 30. Philadelphia police officers injured as tensions erupt in West Philly Following fatal police involved shooting Philadelphia W. P V. I more than 30. People have been arrested and at least 30 police officers have been injured as tensions erupted in west Philadelphia. After police shot and killed a man armed with a knife. You may remember Joe Biden. So you guys coming out? Just shoot him in the leg, shoot him in the legs that he watches a lot of TV gets all his information from iron sides. There's something he's watching. He's watching Adam 12 real hunts at night, police said. In total 30 officers have been injured in events related to the unrest that means riots in the city following the shooting of Walter Wallace. Authorities that officers confronted Wallace, who was reportedly armed with a knife. There's video he's on Monday afternoon. Police said Wallace was shot multiple times by two officers after he didn't adhere to calls to drop the weapon. He was later pronounced dead. He was brought to the hospital by one of the police officers involved in the shooting as I understand it, officials said. Most of the injuries to officers occurred overnight. And reported to be the result of being struck by projectiles such as bricks and rocks. One officer, however, 60 56 year old Philadelphia police sergeant is a woman was struck by a pickup truck in the area of 52nd and Walnut streets around 12:45 A.m.. Tuesday, officials said. She sustained a broken leg and various other interests. A giant like monster truck with huge tires and wheels ran her over. It looks like deliberately there's video of that as well. And 30 officers. Police looting was captured on video Tuesday morning. Chopper's six was overhead and people could be seen running from the Footlocker store. There were many stores being looted because that's what Democrats do. Democrats are a violent criminal party in 2020. There's kind of no escaping. So the police sergeant, a woman run over 56 years old in the hospital, all this good stuff. And let's go, Teo. Well, let's start with some. Some Democrats had media. Let's go to sound bite number 20 Chris Cuomo. He's a lawyer. You know, his brother is the governor. So was his father..

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"walter wallace" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 8 months ago

"walter wallace" Discussed on WTOP

"10 36 new information this morning President Trump's requests that he be replaced by the Justice Department as a defendant in a defamation lawsuit has now been denied. A federal district judge in New York today ruled on emotion in a suit involving columnist E. Jean Carel. She alleged that Donald Trump, Rachel or in a Manhattan department store in the mid 19 nineties. And then she sued the president when he said he was she was totally lying about the incident. The Justice Department argued that it should be the defendant of the case because Mr Trump is now the president. But the judge ruled that a law protecting federal employees from being sued individually for things they do within the scope of their job does not apply to the president. Hundreds of protesters took to the streets last night in Philadelphia after police shot and killed a black man who they say came at them with a knife. Here's k y w TVs. Greg Argo stars is gathering in front of the 18th police district in West Philadelphia. Protesters upset over what happened blocks away just a few hours earlier. Cell phone video shows the moments leading up to a deadly police involved. Shooting, which started out as a call for a man with a weapon video shows that man raising his arm as he approaches police. Both officers opened fire. Now the man shot by police has been identified as 27 year old Walter Wallace Jr. His father tells The Philadelphia Inquirer. He was on medication and struggled with mental health issues. The father questions why police didn't use a Taser instead. During the protests that followed a pickup truck hit a police officer breaking her leg. 10 37 Here's Ivan McBride, vice president of automotive lending products and sales at Penn Fed Credit Union on Smart Auto shopping and financing, sponsored by Pin fit, Know what the prices of the vehicle or what others are paying for the vehicle that you're looking for? No, the options that you want to know what kind of accessories you're looking for in the vehicle. Those kind of things are critically important before you walk into a store, because not only is there going to save you time it's going to save your money to hear the entire discussion. Visit. W t o p dot com Search pin Fed A little flexibility can.

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