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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 | 3 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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Wallace Family Calls for Firing of Philadelphia Officers, Police Reforms

KYW 24 Hour News

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Wallace Family Calls for Firing of Philadelphia Officers, Police Reforms

"Week is demanding the city implement reforms that were recommended years ago by the feds, K y w Community affairs reporter Cherry Greg tells us this comes after the release of police body cam footage of the shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. In the city of Philadelphia released body Cam video related to the shooting death of Walter Wallace Jr. They admitted they were major problems with what happened was a lot of warning on the proverbial sword. Chaka Johnson is the lawyer for the Wallace family and says the city did serious injustice to his clients when it failed to implement recommendations by the Department of Justice. Back in 2015. After probing Philly police use of deadly force the deal, J said all officers should be issued Taser Walter Wallace is not here as a result of the shortcomings and the failure. And following the recommendation, Johnson says they want reforms for the city to take responsibility for the officers who killed Wallace to be fired. Currently, they are on death Duty Commissioner Daniel Outlaw announced new policy changes would be coming. It's like open season car is the mother of Eric Garner, who died when New York police used to choke hold on him in 2014. She believes the time for marching is over. And plans to bring national spotlight test Wallace will be laid to rest on Saturday. Cherry Greg Cable news radio It's 6 16 the corona

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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 | 4 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 jr" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" 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 jr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" 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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Bodycam footage released in police shooting of Walter Wallace, Jr.

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Bodycam footage released in police shooting of Walter Wallace, Jr.

"This morning, not just because votes are still being counted in Pennsylvania Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw says in the interest of transparency They're making public. The police body Cam video and 911 recordings in the shooting death of Walter Wallace Jr by two police officers the first time in our department's history that we have publicly released Bodycam footage for an officer involved shooting.

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Bodycam footage released in police shooting of Walter Wallace, Jr.

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 4 months ago

Bodycam footage released in police shooting of Walter Wallace, Jr.

"Is making headlines this morning, not just because votes are still being counted in Pennsylvania Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says. In the interest of transparency it's making public. The police body Cam Video and 900 recordings in the shooting death of Walter Wallace Jr by two police officers is the first time in our department's history. That we have publicly released Bodycam footage for an officer involved shooting. Did on the afternoon of October. 26th Drop the weapon. Put the knife down. Put the knife down. Put the knife down. Put the knife down. Put it down. Put it down. Put it down. Woman in the background there heard screaming. He's mental. His family has said the 27 year old Wallace was bipolar in the video. After Wallis has shot the officers Air heard saying he was chasing us and saying, We have to get him to the hospital. The shooting set off violent protests in Philly, The mayor is now urging residents not to demonstrate now that the video was out. Officers, Sean Matarazzo and Thomas months have not been charged. The Wallace family has said it does not want them charged with murder. They just wished the officers had been armed with less lethal weapons like a Taser.

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

KYW 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 4 months ago

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

"Evening, the city of Philadelphia released the body cam footage, along with the 901 call from last week's police shooting death of Walter Wallace Jr. Here's next, Sir, from that 9 11 call the door to my mother, My father and my brother. They called earlier and it did not go in that the heat always hit my mother. My father. I'm always selling now. Okay? One of you's crime Injustice. Reporter Kristin Joe Hansen has more details on the video from Philadelphia Police Officer Thomas months. The footage starts with Walter Wallace here at the top of the steps of a red rowhome along Locus Street near 61st telling the cops to come up. Ah, woman of the top says. Two officers, Thomas Month and Sean Matt's Rockso. See tonight. Wallace then descend the stairs to the sidewalk. He walks along the cars and then in between, there was a lot for setting in the direction of one officer and then the other. A woman comes running up and tries to get the ninth out of his hands. Dr. Wallace takes a hop and a stride into the street towards the other officer, And then the shots were fired. 14 total woman screaming SWAT. Officers as night lay next to Wallace, another woman in the pink coat on the man rushed over one cop, then rushes to get the car and visit up next to the body. Authorities saved the tape is played for as long as the family allowed it to play. Kristen Joe

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

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 4 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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Philadelphia police bodycam video shows officers trying to get Walter Wallace Jr. to drop knife before they shoot him

KIRO Nights

00:31 sec | 4 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 Police Release 'Traumatic' Bodycam Video Of Walter Wallace Jr. Shooting

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Police Release 'Traumatic' Bodycam Video Of Walter Wallace Jr. Shooting

"Philadelphia 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's 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 Main

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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thursday on CBS. Okay. Why Double do news Time 10 o'clock? From high above the Scougall River. You use radio 10, 60. All news and all that matters to you. Trump Campaign officials were in Philadelphia to announce an attempt at legal action to stop vote Counting here in Pennsylvania, two groups of protesters expressed their displeasure with police and with the election process on the streets of Philadelphia. I'm hadas cousin. City officials have released the body camera footage and 911 calls from the shooting death of Walter Wallace last week. I'm Kristen Joe Hanson number of NFL teams. We're also dealing with covert outbreaks. As the pandemic continues, even after the election is over. It's clear 52 degrees headed down to 48. Good Wednesday evening, Philadelphia I'm J. Scott Smith on our top story a 10 p.m.. Election. 2020 on Y. W News radio coverage sponsored by Anthology senior Living of King of Prussia. Election days turn into Election Night into election nights and ballots are still being counted in the presidential election as former vice president Joe Biden six a path to 270 electoral votes. While President Trump wants all that counting stop here in Pennsylvania and other battleground states, we get more from CBS News. CBS News Special Report. According to CBS News election data at this hour, former vice President Joe Biden has earned more than 50% of the popular vote and 253 electoral votes of President Trump's 213. And in Arizona. New election results show Biden leading about three points, but votes are still being counted here. CBS's Ed O'Keefe, the president tweeted that he's claiming victories in Pennsylvania. Georgia, North Carolina and Michigan. This despite evidence to the contrary in Michigan, and no official race calls yet any other states. Former vice president Biden, meanwhile, believes he's just hours away. From winning the White House. Election officials are also battling fake news online, Michigan Secretary of State Just Lin Benson. I would caution everyone against spreading misinformation designed T to further efforts to sow seeds of doubt about the integrity of our elections here in Michigan and throughout the country. CBS News Special Report I'm Steve Dorsey and the city of Philadelphia has released A body cam video from last week's shooting of Walter Wallace Jr by Philadelphia police. That story is coming up. Okay, Whatever Use radio right now It's 10 02 when it is time for traffic and weather on the twos. Let's get our first check the roads in this 10 o'clock hour with just a drop it Thanks a lot. J. It's jam Traffic 95 South and Delaware County from the approach of the Commodore Barry Birds to the Delaware State line. It's only the left lane that is getting through for the overnight construction. 95 North. No delay at the moment. Fromthe state line up through Bucks County. Ongoing roadwork 76 westbound between University Avenue NW, 32 Street left, Lee and his closed some roadwork on the Pennsylvania terror pike in the eastbound direction. It's near Downingtown in the right lane. Farther east, it slow again approaching forward Washington. That's double right lane closure and also on the turnpike westbound just past Bensalem interchange Construction blocks the left lane minor delay. For 22 westbound, slow approaching route 23 to Trooper road overnight construction in place. The left lane is closed. Delaware River bridges. Minor delay in the Betsy Ross Bridge heading into Pennsylvania due to construction and then in New Jersey, both directions on the New Jersey Turnpike. The left land is closed between exits three and four due to construction into 95. North bound minor delay Approaching exit 52. It's double right lane closure and you'll find roadwork on the Atlantic City Express Way eastbound near the Farley Service Plaza to rights or closed Mass Transit is not reporting any major issues in the cable news radio 24 hour traffic center. I'm just dropping. Thank you so much, Justine, and now we go to the NBC 11th alert. Five day forecast. And for that we say Good evening, the meteorologist Crystal Clyde. Overnight, The area remains clear and dry.

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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"May take a little bit longer to get to 100% of the vote. But I think when, when all the votes are counted, Joe Bible carried Pennsylvania across the state in Pittsburgh. Protests believe that the voters decide We're the ones who cast our votes, and we're the ones who get to choose our elected leaders. Many ballots still uncounted in other states, where Biden has a slim lead, including in Nevada and Arizona. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. WCBS news time 9 51. Despite the unknown still surrounding the election, Mayor De Blasio believes Still a good chance. New York City will get federal dollars to build it out of the present fiscal predicament, the mayor argues. A former vice president Biden takes the White House as an ex senator. With decades of experience. He'll use his knowledge of that body to help move a big stimulus package through And de Blasio believes there's an opportunity for help from across the aisle. Now, let's look ahead to 2022 on the Republican senators up for re election guarantee there are gonna be some who will be deeply concerned about a stimulus for their state because you know they're on the line now, and de Blasio says. Should Biden lose even if President Trump were to prevail? I think there'll be huge pressure on him to do some kind of stimulus. I don't think the country could possibly recover without it, and the mayor believes the city could now make it until February. Worry, but claims if federal help doesn't arrive by then layoffs and service cuts would become a reality. Rich lam WCBS news radio 80. WCBS news time 9 52 and updating the deadly shooting of Walter Wallace Jr in Philadelphia correspondent least, Matteo says officials have released 9 11 calls 9 11 calls and bodycam footage in the case. 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, Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says it's necessary. We truly believe that this is an important step in our commitment to.

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Bodycam footage released in police shooting of Walter Wallace, Jr.

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Bodycam footage released in police shooting of Walter Wallace, Jr.

"Correspondent least, Matteo says officials have released 9 11 calls 9 11 calls and bodycam footage in the case. 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, Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says it's necessary. We truly believe that this is an important step in our commitment to transparency. Lisa Matteo CBS News 9 53,

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Philadelphia Businesses Boarding Up In Anticipation Of Possible Election-Related Violence

Glenn Beck

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Businesses Boarding Up In Anticipation Of Possible Election-Related Violence

"Along West Broad Street had boarded up their storefronts and anticipation of election violence. They're similar concerns in other cities and mark Remember Lord reports that includes Philadelphia in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania. Here in Philadelphia. As we've seen with some other major cities, some businesses are preparing for an uncertain election day in center city. Some businesses have put a plywood in anticipation of possible unrest. Philadelphia has already been dealing with unrest. Since the police shooting death of Walter Wallace Jr last week. Racial injustice has been a key issue this election. Marc Graham Malard ABC NEWS PHILADELPHIA

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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Featured another protest here in Philadelphia. This one was passionate and there were no incidents. Unrest in Philadelphia now. Special coverage on came W news radio. It was a massive turnout. On Saturday afternoon, hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets marching past police in riot gear. They were gathering for a peaceful protests over the police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr on Monday in west Philadelphia, with more on their message. Hey, y w said, ask who's nuts. While many Shambo was among hundreds of protesters who gathered here on Malcolm X Park amid outrage over the death of Walter Wallace Jr. The message when I get across in the black community is not being treated fairly, and that's been happening for years, Protester Kendall Simmons was here in the park, waving a giant black lives matter Flag. This isn't about West Philly. This is about everyone. West Philly is just a hotbed for it right now because we just experienced the recent murder. And that's why Lyle Harrison with Socialist alternative says that speakers combined the message of Walter Wallace Jr with protesters. Man to defund the police taking down this oppressive system That's shop. Briana Taylor shot Walter Wallace model Bree and all like dozens and dozens and dozens of innocent people, Simmons says they want money that set aside for police resource is to go towards social services instead, just looking here right here, they're forced to stand on the sidelines like machines waiting for something to go wrong and so grab somebody or scoop up the wrong person. It's it's not right in West Philly had often went over you news radio.

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Hundreds gather in West Philadelphia to protest police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr

KYW 24 Hour News

01:34 min | 4 months ago

Hundreds gather in West Philadelphia to protest police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr

"Featured another protest here in Philadelphia. This one was passionate and there were no incidents. Unrest in Philadelphia now. Special coverage on came W news radio. It was a massive turnout. On Saturday afternoon, hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets marching past police in riot gear. They were gathering for a peaceful protests over the police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr on Monday in west Philadelphia, with more on their message. Hey, y w said, ask who's nuts. While many Shambo was among hundreds of protesters who gathered here on Malcolm X Park amid outrage over the death of Walter Wallace Jr. The message when I get across in the black community is not being treated fairly, and that's been happening for years, Protester Kendall Simmons was here in the park, waving a giant black lives matter Flag. This isn't about West Philly. This is about everyone. West Philly is just a hotbed for it right now because we just experienced the recent murder. And that's why Lyle Harrison with Socialist alternative says that speakers combined the message of Walter Wallace Jr with protesters. Man to defund the police taking down this oppressive system That's shop. Briana Taylor shot Walter Wallace model Bree and all like dozens and dozens and dozens of innocent people, Simmons says they want money that set aside for police resource is to go towards social services instead, just looking here right here, they're forced to stand on the sidelines like machines waiting for something to go wrong and so grab somebody or scoop up the wrong person. It's it's not right in West Philly had often went over you news radio.

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Hundreds March In West Philadelphia To Protest Police Killing Of Walter Wallace Jr.

KYW 24 Hour News

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Hundreds March In West Philadelphia To Protest Police Killing Of Walter Wallace Jr.

"On Saturday afternoon, hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets marching past police in riot gear. They were gathering for a peaceful protests over the police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. On Monday in west Philadelphia with more on their message. Hey, Y w said, ask who's nuts. While many Shambo was among hundreds of protesters who gathered here on Malcolm X Park amid outrage over the death of Walter Wells Jr. The message when I get across in the black community is not being treated fairly, and that's been happening for years, Protester Kendall Simmons was here in the park, waving a giant black lives matter flag. This isn't about what's really this is about everyone. West Philly is just a hotbed for right now, because we just experienced the recent murder. That's why Lyle Harrison with Socialist alternative says that speakers combined the message of Walter Wallace Jr with protesters demand to defund the police taking down this oppressive system that's shop around a tailor shot Walter Wallace model Bree and all like dozens and dozens and dozens of innocent people, Simmons says they want money that set aside for police resource is to go towards social services. Instead, just looking right here, they're forced to stand on the sidelines like machines waiting for something to go wrong and so grab somebody or scoop up the wrong tree. It's It's not right in West Philly had often went over you. NewsRadio. Philadelphia is not under a curfew for tonight.

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National Guard In Philadelphia As Another Citywide Curfew In Effect

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 4 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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Pennsylvania National Guard Remains In Philadelphia Following Days Of Unrest

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 4 months ago

Pennsylvania National Guard Remains In Philadelphia Following Days Of Unrest

"Tala. Here's what's happening. For the second of five nights following the deadly police shooting of a black man in Cobbs Creek. Philadelphia is under a citywide curfew, traffic closures as well in center city. The Pennsylvania National Guard deploys to Philadelphia to protect people and property after city leader's request the assistance and and the city and the family of Walter Wallace Jr decide to delay until the day after the election next Wednesday, the release of the body cam video of police shooting and killing him. In West Philly more on that now from K Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pattillo Mayor Jim Kenney says he, the district attorney, the police commissioner and the family have agreed that the delay is in the best interest of the city and its residents. As you know, Philadelphians were experiencing an immense amount of pain. A significant unrest persist throughout the entire city. The collective hope of our local government in the Wallace family. Is that releasing the recordings on November 4th. We provide enough time to calm tensions and for the recordings to be released in the most constructive manner possible, he says. The video and the tape of the 911 call that brought the officers to Wallace's home will be released at the close of business Wednesday. He declined further explanation of the timing. The Fraternal Order of Police would like the video and 9 11 tape to be released immediately. Union President John MCM SB says he's reviewed it and says it shows officers following department training and protocols. He says it's

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Walmart returns guns to store floors as unrest "isolated"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 4 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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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:34 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"35. As the family of Walter Wallace Jr. Reacting to body cam footage of the incident, KOW Community Affairs reporter Cherry, Greg explains. They believe the police were not prepared to deal with the situation. I understand he had a knife that does not give you carte blanche to execute. A man attorney, Shaka Johnson represents a family of Walter Wallace Jr. He says they view about eight minutes of body cam video taken from the officers that shot Wallace. He says it shows a man in crisis. He was behaving like a person who didn't appreciate the gravity of the circumstances. With officers saying, Drop the knife, drop the knife get on the ground. Johnson claims a family alerted officers toe Wallace's condition shouting. He's mental. He's mental, Johnson says Police did not have Tasers, so they shot while it's 14 times. The family does not believe the officers should be charged with murder. Instead, they want change. We want to see Every police officer in the city of Philadelphia outfitted with less than lethal. Method's Johnson says the death was wrong. Also expect a lawsuit. Wallace is scheduled to be buried November 7 Cherry, Greg, Keep me NewsRadio. Ah, Video posted on social media shows Philadelphia police officers swarming a family minivan. You're 52nd in Chestnut Street's on Monday night on police, then attacking whoever was inside. Hey, wait up His crime and justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen has been following this story, and she joins us live with the latest Kristen. Yes. Oh, Suzanne. We actually just got off of a zoom press conference with the mayor and the police commissioner. Where they also spoke about this incident. What we heard from the attorney is that Ricky Young went out to pick up her nephew in West Philadelphia, who is at a friend's house. And this kind of was all Monday night. A civil unrest was unfolding and there were streets that were blocked off, and that's what the attorney says. The police then swarms. The car busted in the windows, pulled her and her nephew out of the car and beat them. She was arrested and she was taken immediately to the hospital, but was also separated for her two year old son, who is also inside the car, the lawyer says. Now they say that this child when she says that when she ended up calling her mother to go get the child that the child had who is hearing impaired, had his hearing aid's out of this. Out of his ears. He also had a bruise on him. There was car the car seat. Apparently so had windshield glass on and they still have not got in that car or her purse back. The police commissioner was asked about this and really went to the internal affairs investigation said that they're revealing. They were made aware of this video on and they are looking at it on and there really wasn't much, She said that you could say about it. But you did say that one of the police officers who seen on that video eyes now on the Studi as they review exactly what this investigation reveals, so we'll have to see about that. The mayor and the commissioner, of course, also addressed what happened. Ah, kind of withy will say confusion about the video and the body camera footage being released that was supposed to be released. We really were all told it was going to be released yesterday after the family saw that video. But then we got a statement basically from the mayor, the district attorney and the commissioner, saying that they agreed to not release that body camera footage or 911 tapes. Until now. Next Wednesday. They feel and they said in this press conference that they feel that that's really in the best interest of the city, especially with all the tensions right now surrounding the civil unrest and the election, and they were pressed on that issue, asking why the video was not being released after they had all said that it would be released. There is state law, which kind of outlines how that can be released. It would be unprecedented for the city. On DH that state law says that really it's the prosecutorial arm of the government that has the that is the one to release that are authorized the release of that footage that would be the district attorney's office. Our colleague Pat Loeb is working on that side of the story. She has reached out to the district attorney's office. And again we got this joint statement from all three partners. So we'll have to wait to see about that. Suzanne Alright, KOW Kristen Johannsen joining us live. Thank you for that, Kristen. We have this traffic? No. For you. Blue route North bound is closed at Ridge Pike. That's due to an earlier overturned tractor trailer will get a full look at traffic next. Fair. Objective election coverage depend on K y W NewsRadio..

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

Anna Davlantes

00:33 sec | 4 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 | 4 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 jr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:09 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"High of 45 degrees. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Bill Henley. With your most accurate forecast, count on the 53 degrees and raining in center city, heading to 55 10 35. Now authorities in Philadelphia pulled over a blue van going around Logan Circle near 19th in the parkway inside, they say they discovered explosive devices. Might be connected to the explosions across the city. In the past several days, there have been at least 12 of them since Monday. The sources say. Fireworks, a gun and what looked like a propane tank were inside this van. Still no information on the driver or why that van was pulled over in the first place. Mayor Kenny imposed that curfew last night expired at six this morning in hopes of stopping the looting and violence that the city has had to deal with for the past two nights after the police killing of Walter Wallace. The mayor's also asked the governor to send in the National Guard. They could be here as soon as tomorrow. Our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe, has the story. These folks are no way honoring the memory of Walter Wallace Jr. Mayor Kenny sees the looters as opportunists, exploiting the anguish over Wallace's death people not only harming many retail businesses that have struggled in the midst of the pandemic, doing a great disservice that many others want to exercise their First Amendment rights by protesting. They're also harming the police department's ability to respond to emergency, says police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw as officers are diverted to control, looting and vandalism that comes at a cost. It's something that we have to balance each and every time we've done it the last couple of nights. The city's already received help from state police and Chester County. If the looting doesn't stop the National Guard will arrive Friday. With more coming on Saturday. Police have made 170 arrests, including assault on police officers. Outlaw says officers have been hit with bricks and what looks like blood. These air folks that are intentional. The one hurt us, but also do everything that they can to try to demean or demoralize us. She says. She doesn't know who they are or how they're being organized at City Hall, Pat Lobe Y W News radio. The police commissioner says. We will soon get to see and hear body camera footage from the officers who shot and killed Wallace and the 911 calls that were made our crime injustice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen as the story. There's no timeline yet for when the audio and video will be given to the public, says police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw. The city has been in contact with the family's attorney to arrange a time to not only give them a heads up that we plan on releasing this information, but also allowed into here. You what will be Loosen. Although she couldn't get into specifics, Outlaw said. It'll be clear who called 91 and what happened in the moments leading up to the shooting. She also says there now reviewing the procedures for how police officers respond to such disturbances. Our dispatching the types of questions that we're asking what information is relayed to responding officers to help us determine response. And then shall we require a supervisor to be in route as well to assist missing coordination? And, she adds, the department does not have a behavioral health. And one she says, is very much needed. Kristen Johannsen K y W News radio the terrorist attack in the south of France in Nice. Three people have been killed in a church by a man with a knife. It's the third attack since last month for which French authorities blame Islamist extremists. The victims include 11 woman who nieces mayor says was decapitated. The attacker was wounded by police, the mayor of niece said. He repeated Allahu Akhbar. Over and over again. French authorities have opened a new terrorism investigation. And it comes just as France is going into a one month locked down because of Corona virus. New restrictions strict ones in France. 53 degrees in center city. Light rain falling here. Heavy rain to come as we head for 55 this afternoon couple nasty crashes We picked up causing problems on both sides and 95 in the Northeast with the update next, what's happening and why it matters any time with the radio dot com at tap the hide to make a white above you.

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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

Eric Erb Live

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

"Of course spreaker.com forward slash live and right here on anchor that's anchor. FM anchor. FM forward slash record live and last but not least, of course Twitter Twitter.com forward slash the Eric or show off like share subscribe folks. If you like this podcast, okay, let's get into some news here. Here are some very troubling news out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania the headline from naturalnews.com. That's naturalnews.com talks about the riots thoughts having writer's injure 30 police officers in Philadelphia is thousands of Thieves loot over 30 retail stores. Well again, it's typical and too far and of course right here the alarm the black lives matter. The Mobsters went on another violent Rampage the other day this time in Philadelphia after police officer shot and killed a black man who reportedly charged at them with a weapon. So they're defending themselves folks. So, you know, what do you want the police to do that's why the police are there to serve and to protect if somebody comes at you with a dangerous weapon. Somebody comes at you with a knife. Somebody comes at you with a gun. What the fuck? Do you want these people to do? What do you want to place officers to do? Yeah, that's what I thought most people it's nothing but crickets out there and nobody's going to say shit out of mine is in this country. If you charge somebody with a weapon, they have a right to defend themselves and a lot of cases sometimes bodily force is needed and you end up shooting and killing somebody that's the bottom line. I don't expect place to go out there unarmed I expect them to protect themselves and protect whom they're paying to to protect and serve the public at large folks. A lot of people don't understand how law enforcement works not that I'm an expert but I've had family members in law enforcement best friends in law enforcement and I've had friends that's been in law law enforcement. I've been surrounded by him half a my entire life. So I kind of understand the deal a little bit off. So let's move on here. The alignment Mobsters went on another violent Rampage the other day this time in Philadelphia after police officer shot and killed a black man who reportedly charged off. What's the weapon some Thirty police officers were sent to the hospital and met the chaos, including one who sustained a broken leg and various injuries after being run down by a large black pickup truck other box truck with rocks bricks project house through the mail a according to the reports the black man a twenty-seven-year-old Walter our skiers Walter Wallace Jr. Charged at the police officers while holding the knife prompted the two of them to shoot and kill him the video footage captured by Witnesses would appear to karamja do corroborate. This version of events..

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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:05 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" 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 jr" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" 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 jr" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:01 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" 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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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:59 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Around the corner and if I weren't here would have taken 234 years before you have this up. It's happening. Greatest companies in the world doing it. Normal life will fully resume and that's what we want right. The president has two more rallies scheduled in Arizona today. No events currently on Joe Biden's schedule. The father of the man shot to death My Philadelphia police on Monday appealing yesterday for calm. I don't condone violence of city stores. All the scales please that one unheeded in the city of brotherly love. Last night is several stores were looted and at least one police officer was injured. A family of Walter Wallace Jr said. They called for an ambulance Monday when he was having a mental health episode. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, subscribe and listen to the tray. Gowdy podcast. Scalia and Ginsburg had such an affection for one another. The most progressive member of the Supreme Court was Mohr fare More gracious to Justice Scalia Mohr understanding about Justice Scalia in the group that claims to be fair understanding and a political It weren't so sad. It would be funny, but mainly, it's just sad, describing listen now by going of Fox News cast. We're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When we take part in democracy, we control our destiny. We exercise our rights and hold our leaders accountable and we always speak our mind. We may be separated by issues, but we're united by a common truth. America's ultimate power. Lies in her people. Democracy 2020, It's in your hands. Fox News America is watching. Georges, you from the access you and Marie shoveling newsroom. I'm.

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"walter wallace jr" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"walter wallace jr" 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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