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Marty Walsh Confirmed as Secretary of Labor, Says Farewell to Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

02:25 min | 3 months ago

Marty Walsh Confirmed as Secretary of Labor, Says Farewell to Boston

"Press conference wrapping up at Faneuil Hall that farewell from Mayor Marty Walsh, saying goodbye to the hub because he's on his way Stout. Mayor confirmed today by the Senate to serve as our next labor secretary. WBC's match here was there at Faneuil Hall. He's with us live now, What did the mayor have to say? Well, then call the soon to be former mayor was emotional today and for good reason he got choked up while talking about going from being a door Chester kid to the mayor of Boston, And then he spoke with great pride about his accomplishments as mayor like lowering the crime rate and raising the graduation rate. Eventually, he went off script, looking straight into the camera, thanking everyone from the bottom of his heart. Now when it came time for questions He said he would not be endorsing a candidate in the mayoral race. And actually, this was funny. He said he had been planning to run for reelection and even one as far as to get bumper stickers printed. Those might be fun collector's item someday. But when all was said and done, the soon to be secretary walked out. The same way he walked into a big big applause and then my favorite part of the whole night, he crossed the street from Faneuil Hall back to City Hall, all while being serenaded by key tar Bear. And if that's not the most Boston way to end your term as mayor, I don't know what is live in Boston match. Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio here, My friend. All right, thank you so much Matt now before he was chosen as labor secretary of the Boston's mayor, Boston mayor's position rather was really the job of a lifetime for that door. Chester Kid Rock 1 20. 13 and Marty Walsh became Mira Boston on January, 2014 made Boston a place where dreams come through. In his election night speech, Walsh called Boston a city of second chances. And a few years later, he hammered that point home in a prime time speaking slot at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. My name is Marty Walsh on I'm an alcoholic mere Walsh, known for giving his personal cell phone number two people attempting recovery. Some things were promised, and some things didn't happen. Universal pre K and a Boston Olympics are huge to mortgage the future of the city away. Refused to put Boston on the hook for overruns. Walser pointed the city's first black police commissioner, William Gross, So help me God. So help me God. Congratulations, Commissioner and he dealt with covert. And in January delivered his final state of the city with tears in his eyes. This city is not just my hometown is my heart. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. So tonight at

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Boston Police Officer Andrew Johnson Arrested On Drug Charges

WBZ Midday News

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Boston Police Officer Andrew Johnson Arrested On Drug Charges

"Drug charges. Mast A police arrested 19 year veteran Andrew Johnson of Chestnut Hill yesterday in West Roxbury. Prosecutors say Johnson was found with meth and other drugs back in January in Woodstock, New Hampshire. Following his arrest, Johnson was released to turn himself into New Hampshire authorities then police Commissioner William Gross Place Johnson on administrative leave on January 27th when the department became aware of the investigation. Abide administration has hit its

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William Gross To Step Down As Boston Police Commissioner

WBZ Overnight News

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

William Gross To Step Down As Boston Police Commissioner

"His his decision decision to to retire retire effective effective today today and and also also his his decision decision not not to to run run for mayor or people too. You want me to go forward forward as a mayoral candidate? It just said a lot. I mean, wow. People raised me and they're like we still believe in you. And we think you're the one that would best leave the city. Um It was just an honor to do so. That's why I gave it deep consideration. But I don't know how many mayors have become police commissioners, But my passing is with law enforcement. And I followed my heart and I made a promise to my family. We planned out retirement. And when Mayor wash. Um Whatever you left, I was going to go to. So I kept the word to my family, which is important. Commissioner Grass on night side with Dan Rae Mayor Marty Walsh has been nominated to become labor

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States race to secure capitols amid threats of armed protests

WBZ Morning News

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

States race to secure capitols amid threats of armed protests

"Intelligence bulletin that has been reported on by major news outlets, but not released, publicly warning that armed protests are being planned it state capitals all around the country, and now we're getting word from what's going on with the FBI's Boston office. More that with WBC's Karen Regan family, says Boston FBI Special agent in Charge Jomana Balanta. Intelligence agencies don't comment on this sort of thing, usually, But after what happened on January 6th one, Valente says he can say this to the New England States covered by the FBI, Boston office. Mean New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We are currently not in receipt of any credible information regarding violent activity. In or around the Capitol buildings or anywhere else for that matter, connected to the events of January 6th or the upcoming inauguration. Boston Police Commissioner William Gross promises and up police presence and says all law enforcement is working together.

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have no doubt that vice president Pence both as a leader as a former House colleague and the friend. Exercise good judgment with respect to performing that duty. He's not taking that action. That's far is an indication that the House needs two eyes, no indication that the House needs to push him to do so. The House is expected to vote tomorrow to impeach Mr Trump for an unprecedented second time. At least three Republicans say they will vote yes, including GOP Caucus leader Liz Cheney sources confirming to ABC News that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pleased to see the House. Moving ahead with impeachment. Daria Aldinger ABC news and you're listening to W. B C news radio at 7 31. Now after the insurrection of the capital last week, a leaked intelligence memo was warning of armed protests at all. 50 capitals. WBC's Karen Regal has details. The FBI in Boston won't say if they're concerned about certain groups like the proud boys doing something violent Massachusetts or the other states they cover. Those being New Hampshire, Maine in Rhode Island to focus on organizations, in particular, says special agent in charge Joe Bonneville on to that could crush the First Amendment. But there's a line that crosses to domestic terrorism. It is when Certain ideologies, individuals or even a singular person would cross that line between First Amendment protected activity. Toward planned use of force or violence, which is where we get involved. One of Atlanta says there is no specific threat to any state capital or anywhere else covered by the FBI. Boston and Boston Police Commissioner William Gross says the city should feel safe. You will definitely see our police presence. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. And at 7 32.

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Released videos show Boston police shove, pepper-spray protesters

WBZ Morning News

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Released videos show Boston police shove, pepper-spray protesters

"The Suffolk County Da's office is now investigating Boston police bpd, conducting its own internal investigation to after police body Cam. Footage posted on Social media shows officers allegedly getting rough with protesters, the online news outlet the appeal, posting the videos on Friday officers Are seen pushing racial injustice Demonstrators to the ground this happening at June 1st protest over the death of George Floyd. Officers are also seen pepper spraying people and crowds in one clip and officer is caught saying that he may have hit people with his cruiser and then laughs. Police sergeant is now on administrative leave Police Commissioner William Grosses As soon as he learned of the videos. He ordered that internal investigation

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To be okay. Three Saugus police officer stabbed after they tried to check out a report of a stolen U haul. There's W. B. C. TV's Michael across. Prosecutors say that that U haul on Route one here in Saugus called police to report one of its fans stolen because it was never never returned. returned. Police Police say say that that van van was was at at this this home home here here on on Tuttle Tuttle Street, Street, and and when when they they tried tried to to question question the the man man inside, inside, they they say say they they were were attacked. attacked. We're in a hospital gown in a mask, 43 year old CV So Song is arranging Lindus record on multiple charges, including attempted murder during the interview of the defendant's responded To a judge orders him to undergo an evaluation at Bridgewater State Hospital. I know he's had some confrontations with some of the neighbors. So Song is accused of stabbing three Saugus police officers at his Tuttle Street home Thursday morning. I felt bad for the situation. He was a young guy. You know he could have his life could be a very different way And I just felt that farm Saugus police say the officers were trying to question so song about an UN returned U Haul truck that was reported stolen so sorry. I had an edge weapon, a knife assaulted. The officers aren't seen. Three of the offices were step suffered Lacerations from the weapon. All the officers are expected to be okay. Assistants. August police Chief Ron George Eddie says incidents like this hit close to home for his officers. They're just beginning to comprehend what occurred. Neighbours watched on as state and local police spent the day processing the U haul, and the suspect's home is very and normal and very unusual in this type of neighborhood. Very quiet, a DEA Are very nice people around leaving so I was, you know, I wasn't expecting this. Three of the four officers who were taken to the hospital have been released Me while so song is due back in court on August 25th unless doctors extend his evaluation and Bridgewater State Hospital, no

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Boston police investigate after woman and children found dead

Dana Loesch

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Boston police investigate after woman and children found dead

"W. of north a woman and her two children younger than five found dead on the sidewalk in Boston they're also a parking garage in northeast university on Christmas day Boston police commissioner William gross says the investigations under way at this point this is a death investigation police refused to speculate about what happened but they are calling it a

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Boston police investigate after woman and children found dead

Lee Matthews

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Boston police investigate after woman and children found dead

"Police in Boston aren't speculating publicly at least about whether a woman with children jumped from a high white rice parking garage to their deaths a woman and two children found unconscious outside in northeastern university parking garage in Boston early Wednesday afternoon all three later pronounced dead at the hospital Boston police chief William gross at this point this is a death investigation this investigation of course will be headed by just secretary Rachel Rahman's

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The importance of father figures. To create safer streets. Every time we we get a phone call in the commission. It caused me. We have to do better, that deadly shooting unfolded on Michigan avenue endure, Chester or police found a man sprawled out on the ground with gunshot wounds. He was rushed to the hospital, but didn't survive one homicides too many one too many similar story just days before about a mile away, on Devon street where a man was also shot to death. Boston Cleese Commissioner William gross admits gun violence is a problem in this city. But that is officers are doing their best to not only solve these crimes but to prevent them, and so far, the victim's name has not been released outrage this morning on the north shore after several instances of abuse have been reported at a nursing home. In Denver's inspectors, there said the Brentwood rehab in healthcare center, failed to protect residents didn't always report, these incidents, one of the more serious ones involving in nursing assistant who allegedly tried to choke a resident for taking cookies off a cart. Brentwood is ranked among the bottom ten percent of nursing. Homes here in Massachusetts. Novell has a one star one star overall rating with federal agency. All right. Twelve oh, wait. Let's check Bloomberg business taking a look at Wall Street now. And we welcome Jeff Bellinger. Jeff. Hello market. Is modestly higher? The techs leading the market today. Shares of Facebook, apple net flicks and alphabet role moving up. Boeing says it is open to dropping the max branding from the name of it's seven thirty seven jetliner the aerospace company is conducting a world-wide study of consumer and airline reactions to the name of the jet currently grounded after two fatal crashes and it may sound paradoxical, but General Motors is considering introducing zero emission version of the Hummer sport utility vehicle may never happen. But sources tell Bloomberg that it's just one idea being kicked around at GM. Dow Jones industrials up forty three points, twenty six thousand one thirty two. The NASDAQ up forty eight s and p five hundred up five this hour, I'm Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg business on WBZ..

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We've driven it out. We continue to do. So. So you stand in solidarity. It's not just the police that should be watching out. Everybody in our great city. Everyone is in ears PC, something let us know. Is it your sense that the Islamic community here like dilemma community is everywhere? Feel like they're under attack. And you'd have to say. Everyone appreciated that the that we visit yesterday that we were even there in solidarity. I attended a service with the mayor Robert trust in the anti defamation league, and everyone was just pleased that again. Be redundant that we were there in solidarity. And we're sending a clear cut message that we're gonna be here. No matter what you do. You can't drive us away. Washington. Police Commissioner William gross three people are dead in pittsfield where a mobile home went up in flames this morning to people recovering after two alarm blaze broke out around three thirty this morning. Berkshire district attorney Andrew Harrington says the cause of the fire is being investigated. But it does not appear to be suspicious. Nearly a full day since fire broke out at the New England casket company in east Boston firefighters have still been boring water on hotspots the blaze, which went tonight alarms forced the evacuation of one hundred fifty homes and also impacted the blue line. Now this afternoon shuttle buses are still replacing service both ways between the airport and wonderland stops. On the blue light Suffolk downs is not being serviced the fire caused millions of dollars in damages. Coming up the murder and attempted murder. Charges facing a child in New Hampshire. That's in just.

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Boston, Jesse Korea And Louis Coleman discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Boston, Jesse Korea And Louis Coleman discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

"A Boston family devastated. A homicide investigation continues. Justice. Jesse Korea's father this afternoon on whether his daughter news suspect, Louis Coleman, her body found in the trunk of Coleman's car stopped yesterday in Delaware, the providence man tonight facing charges of kidnapping refusal to report a death with intent to conceal and mutilation of a dead body with Delaware providence and Boston involved in the investigation. This from Suffolk DA, Rachel Rollins. Let me be clear we agree that if possible. This case belongs here in Boston. Jesse Korea last seen leaving a Boston nightclub last weekend. Be aware of surroundings says Police Commissioner William gross we have increased patrol in the downtown

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"william gross" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on KOMO

"Including the association that represents FBI FBI agents should not have to go work at a store stocking shelves because they can't feed their families on their government job. They're still working fifty plus hours a week. So when are they going to find time to go get that second job, president of the FBI agents association? Tom O'Connor says operations target crimes against children drugs gangs and terrorism are at risk the house and Senate will vote on competing bills to reopen. The government this week a ground. Stop continues at Newark airport where the FAA says drones were spotted near the arrivals path some planes are being held at their departures to slow the pace of traffic. A twenty three year old woman reported missing over the weekend in Boston has been found alive. Police Commissioner William gross says Livia Ambrose was found in suspect sour we made entry into that apartment. She was observed standing. Inside of the apartment near the suspect. We've eventually separated them. And the suspect is eventually apprehended. Grow says the suspect will be charged with kidnapping police in upstate New York. Credit a high school student for tipping off investigators to a plot to attack a Muslim community with explosives was a nice job by everybody involved. The kids did what they were supposed to do security. Did what they were supposed to do. Dan, the police very quickly and everything worked, you know. And as a result. Nobody's that Greece. Police chief Patrick falen says three men in a high school student are facing charges. Mariano Rivera is baseball's first unanimous hall of fame pick the vote tonight. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The Oval Office making his case for funding the border wall, citing a growing humanitarian and security crisis every citizen, call congress and tell them to finally after all of these decades secure our border. This is a choice between right and wrong, Justice and injustice. This is about whether we fulfill our sacred duty to the American citizens, we serve in the Democrats rebuttal house speaker Nancy Pelosi maintain the president is overstating the threat at the border. Adding the house was taken up bills. The president could sign to reopen the government, but he's not interested. The president is rejecting these bipartisan bills, which would reopen government over his obsession with fortune forcing American taxpayers to waste billions of dollars on necks. Pensive and ineffective wall a wall. He always promised Mexico would pay for the president's address. And democrat rebuttal her live earlier this evening on WBZ this assessment of the president's speech from WBZ political analyst John Keller, the problem for Mr. Trump is it wasn't very politically effective in the midterms. Those were disaster. In large part because he chose to make it a referendum on his border rhetoric. And chances are it's not going to be very effective right now because the Democrats are focusing more heavily as we saw their remarks on the shutdown and just getting that over with and getting it off to the side before they resume discussion of border issues. Checking some other stories tonight Noah rescue in Boston's third nonfatal shooting of the new year a man in his late twenties in critical condition after being shot this afternoon in Roxbury Police Commissioner William gross asking for the public's help. And this investigation for the neighborhoods.

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Service and tonight officials in Massachusetts say problems here have been resolved and the state's nine one one system is up and running Boston Police Commissioner William gross in Boston. We did not lose any calls to service, but we're keenly aware of this national problem and the case nine one one goes down in the city. Boston's fire. Commissioner says those bright red boxes you see around the city. They will always work technology from the eighteen fifties. Boston getting set to greet the new year with around three hundred thousand people expected in the city for first night, one of several pieces of advice for mayor Walsh's. If you plan on coming, you might wanna take the tea the tea service will be free after eight pm on new years eve all subway lines will operate on rush hour schedules between three PM on New Year's Eve and two a m on New Year's day. Officials say there is no credible threat against the event. Some of the highlight. The people's parade which goes from Copley square down to the common at six o'clock family fireworks out of the common at seven and then midnight countdowns on the harbour waterfront and Copley square. From city hall Carl Stevens WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty an investigation underway into the death of Eric Stelter, while in Cohasset police custody, here's WBZ TV's Jim Smith, the DA's office says tells her was actively assaulting a twenty four year old woman with a knife. When police got there, according to a source that victim may lose an eye because of the attack after being slashed repeatedly in the face that source says tells a repaired to be in an altered mental state and police tased him six times to subdue him. Neighbors are still shaking heavy police presence,.

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"william gross" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Radio. This is Joe your host of that. And felt. We spent the first half hour of the show talking about this feud between Boston Police Commissioner William gross in the ACLU and the positioning of mayor Walsh in the middle of this. And how he's handling it which is basically trying to play to both sides six one seven two eight six five six three three is our text line. The way to context to be of a comment or question. Six one seven two eight six five six three three six one seven wants to know. Joe, do you think this will put a rift beach between Walsh and the commission. I think there's a potential for that. Because even though Walsh in his statement offered some kind of lukewarm support to the Commissioner and saying he does, you know, works to defend the people every body in the city every day. I think I think behind the scenes, I think Walsh could not have been very happy that gross made that post because it's really exposed a big first of all there's a lawsuit against the city and. You know, they usually don't like people to comment on pending litigation. So I I imagine wash read those comets comments and said, what are you doing? You know? I mean, put some of your private Facebook page, but nothing is private. You're the police Commissioner you can't expect things to stay private on your private Facebook page. And so I don't know if he was called out on the carpet or not, but doubt that, but I, but I bet Walsh was unhappy with it. And let people know of his unhappiness with it because as I said, it kind of injected him in the middle of this, and he wants to be seen as a big big supporter of of people who were living here illegally, and allowing you know, protecting people who are living near legally. And obviously he doesn't want to be seen as protecting criminals. But when you throw yourself into this. That's what you're going to get because you know, when you're talking about MS thirteen in the city's gang database as Joe Drouin L told us before these are vicious vicious people this gang in. You know? I doubt the ACLU has a inkling of what these gangs, and what these crimes they're committing. And I think grosses right when he says, you know, you never see the ACLU show up at the scene of a crime. Or when some mother or father has lost their children. You don't see the SEAL you show up for that. Eight one says I'm surprised the commission would post something like that to it's Facebook page. I am surprised as well. Because I'm surprised, but I'm happy about it in a way that you know, it's good to see candor actually coming back making a comeback. I always support candor and people in public officials. And obviously, obviously this lawsuit has really rankled. The Commissioner in like Joe said when he even though the the. Lawsuit was filed like over ten days ago? I guess Commissioner gross. Saw a story about it on one of the TV stations and included a lake to the story in his post. So he is obviously responding to the media coverage of it. And it's really it's really got under his skin this this this lawsuit. And I I would think that it would Reichel mayor Walsh is well because it's targeting the city it's targeting his administration and asking them to open up the gang database cannot be a good thing for the city of Boston. But. Walsh. Couldn't actually come out and say that because he's afraid of being seen as. Not illegal immigration, which she does not want to be. Fiber. Wait says if the commission was called out by Walsh. Doesn't seem to care. He because he added to the original post. That's true. He put some additional comment on his Facebook page after this be broken became public. So he's obviously not too afraid of any. I don't think you know, the Commissioner Commissioner is in solid solid footing in the city. He's new to the job yet. He has done. Everyone can agree has done a great job. And he was especially his ties to the community are so deep, and he knows he knows the city. So well, this guy that that's been helping them out. I think in his job, and he knows the media well to he knows how to play the media. Let's be honest gross. Does. He's had. Glowing stories written about him in reported about especially on TV news. I've seen interviews. They've they've allowed access to him and giving interviews by the Commissioner. Which is a smart thing. Smart thing to open up the Commissioner to the media and to put him out there because he's such a great voice. And as the city's first black Commissioner he knows. That he's being scrutinized heavily in. He's coming out and being very public about being very open about it. And this Facebook page, which is another thing showing how he rules with a little bit of candor. So I don't think the Commissioner. Thinks that he's going to be called out on the carpet or thinks that there's any problem with Walsh. But I'm telling you Walsh could not have been this been very happy about this three three nine says Jodi think this could end up as a fireable offense by gross. No. I don't think it's a fireable fence putting a Facebook post out there. Because unless it's somehow the only the only way could elevate to a fireable offense is affected the lawsuit somehow and caused the city to lose the lawsuit. But that's not the case here. And I don't think you can fire somebody for posting something on Facebook unless it's. Overtly racist, or you know. Another probe has other problems with this post with basically targeting the ACLU you're allowed to do that you're allowed to speak out as Commissioner. When you see something that bothers you. And this is what gross did in this case. It was I think Saturday afternoon that he put the post out. So this wasn't even like a late night thing where Trump does. So, you know, put some posts out at two AM and people are wondering what's going on there? But or other people post things late at night. This was just in the afternoon. So I don't think there's anything there. He's just expressing his raw feelings about this. And the ACLU makes a good target for him. As it has in the past. It's Alan Dershowitz says the ACLU is served a very important function. I agree. Standing up for civil liberties for people, but it's basically become an arm of the Democratic Party. Let's be honest and arm way to get at Trump. And this is yet this lawsuit is yet another way to get the Trump administration in at the city by extension the Trump administration because you're asking them to have access to this. What's known as brick which is the city's database. Private database. Of criminals in the city gang members in the city. And so. I don't think I I I don't think it's a fireball offense through six one seven says, I bet Marty Walsh wishes Croston used social media. That's probably a good bet. That's probably a good bet. I think that. Walsh, definitely is not a big fan of social media. When it comes to his department heads venting on social media. I'm not sure if this is the first case of maybe a department head or a top official getting trouble because of something they said on social media. But I don't know if there's a rule in city hall or anything like in. Ross's contract with the city addresses social media, but it's a it's a big deal nowadays. You know, what you put out there on social media? And how you report it it as I said before. You can't just go out. And report it when we got a tip on this post initially. You know, we couldn't just run out and report it as you cleese's Commissioner gross. Set in his social media post baba, you have to actually confirm it because you know, it could have been somebody else Reno writing this could have been w account. Commissioner garage you to help people use w accounts and pretend to be somebody else. That's why you have verified Twitter. Tags from people, but. I do think that. Walsh, definitely thinks that gross. Didn't use social media. We're going to take another quick break. Come right back. More talk about this on the bat and felt show. He's.

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:41 min | 2 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"NewsRadio ten thirty. My guess is Boston Police Commissioner, William gross. And I thought that was a good break because people wonder okay, how do you become a Boston police Commissioner? Well, I just learned that up until the age of twelve this Boston police Commissioner wasn't even living in Boston. So you came here at a really rough time for the nineteen seventy five dollars, a tough nasty, Tom, right? Hell from a hell from Hillsborough, Maryland eastern shore of Maryland. And I was on a farm for twelve years due to family hardships. I came from Hillsborough Maryland to to Boston in nineteen seventy five. Fussing Boston did not have a good reputation on racially tumultuous times and for ghetto country. Boy was like, wow. What's the issue between black people and white people? And you know, my mother in the community, they explained everything about a federal decision to desegregate the Boston school system, which which caused a lot of heartache in the city both racially and with government versus communities well at that time, and I remember it very well. I was just out of law school. I thought the judge made a mistake in not incorporating some of the the more lily, white suburbs in that in that conversation. I know that Medco exists, but as recently in Atlanta, which of course, was the heart of the old south, and it's time you spent in Atlanta, but it was apparent to me at least from what I saw that Olen Atlanta as a southern city even today is more racially integrated on a on a on a social level than Boston, you go into restaurants, you go into restaurants to this day in the back bay, and you won't see. A lot of diversity amongst the clientele. But in Atlanta, I I don't know if you've had experience or been to some of those southern cities, which I think is just in South Carolina. Okay. A we headed the curve or are we just catching up with them? Acceptance people who they are I can speak from my experience here. I remember when I first hit the streets in nineteen eighty five due to south Boston, not having a police station. We work both sides from Dorchester patience and in in the south the and. In both areas. There were areas that were deemed as as African American neighborhoods and areas in Southie. Deemed all white. I can tell you right now. What's going on in twenty eighteen I see folks of color walking in Southie? And Caucasians walking in in Roxbury, Dorchester, matter pan. Here's another thing that I think needs to be factored then we've progressed a long way, we still have work to do. But there are several people. I talked to that are biracial and they want to celebrate both Heritage's. They don't want to disrespect their mother or their father. So we're seeing a lot of of mixed. Marriages. Great diversified relationships. And I think that's what's making a change in Boston. But again until everyone feels comfortable then we still have work to do. We still have to educate folks about their rights. They have a right to walk anywhere in the city until everyone's comfortable in doing. So like, you said we still have work to do to make sure this totally diversified and inclusive. So let me go back to to the to your biography. You get up here as a kid at twelve you you come in the middle of this situation. It was why can't understand? I I I remember it. Well, you know, whether or not it was the the the the individual. I'm trying to think the lawyer Ted Ted landmark that horrific photo of the guy stabbing him with the American flag on in city hall plaza. Right. Okay. Those are the images. So you get here. You apply yourself you end up going to one of the great exam schools in Boston. Boston tech, Boston technical high school football there. I'm guessing a little bit little bit. Okay. I guess. Okay. So then you become you decide to take these Anthony cadet program. Right. Okay. Was there a mentor you had someone who who kind of brought you along? There was you know, what I said honestly say there were several and when I write than seventy five. My mother single-parent older sister younger sister that makes me the angel of the house the only boy, but with no father around we relied on our neighbors in the building who were Vietnam vets. And here's where I give a huge shot up to Dennis Harry Wilson Harry Wilson Dennis Wilson who created the team Roxbury raiders? Those were my father figures for years. But as I grew older I wanted to follow my dream of being a police officer graduated Boston tacking eighty two and around that time, we got a new neighbor on Esmond street. Billy Celeste move right next door. I remember Bill I interacted with another officer, John wells and another officer Joe Carter, I know talking to me about the merits of becoming a police officer. But you know, it's real funny. One day, I'm walking up the street as a police cadet. And they didn't know why why didn't you tell us your big bosses? I didn't want to bother you. But they were great role models. And so was God rest soul. Maggie Celeste her because she was one of the first African American women to come on as a full police officer. She and seven other women and trust me, they helped raise me. But I think it's important that I say this as well. When I became a Boston police cadet, I went in with stereotypical views and perceptions of how I may be treated and one thing I learned not are white cops were bad and not all black ops with good it came down to individuals being individuals. Whether you're good or bad. And so that was an education for young man that was eighteen and a half thinking, you know, everything, and I can tell you each and every day. I learn something new and it's for the better. So you become a full fledged. Austin police officer nineteen ninety-five with districts where were you assigned. So when you graduate from the academy, you're on a probationary period, and they'll move you around certain sections, and my first assignment was area a every eight downtown downtown Charlestown and east Boston. So my first assignment for about four months or so was downtown Charleston. Down in east Boston, and then overwhelmingly white communities back in the day. Right. Right. And my first permanent on district was see eleven and December eighty five Chester Dorchester. Sure. Pronunciation, right. Okay. I got that dot Jimmy get out to I Park Avenue west Roxbury. They move you're on that much Brighton. I stayed in Dorchester. Okay. Years in one capacity or another traveling the triangle, so to speak be to be three and c eleven later on when I was in the gang unit and drug control unit. I worked able to go due to investigations everywhere in the city now right now, how many how large is the force commander or how how many members of the work with you? We. Approximately twenty two hundred twenty two hundred and western diversity, the racial diversity. Sixty four percent Caucasian about twenty four percent African American and then the rest makeup our communities of Boston. And again, people aren't factor in we do have officers that are by racial so in the future. I wonder how we're going to categorize those that want to be deemed as requests number one human they'll that one is celebrate both or three or four sides of their ethnicity. Sometimes when I'm asked to put down my race, I down human, although some people questioned that actually. So when you when you look at the department right now classroom training, we will have a class going in in December. In that class will be how many members one hundred and thirty hundred and thirty so I'm assuming that you have a number of retirements folks are aging out at this. You know due to attrition. Folks have met their best years on the job contractually and. You know, folks are tired. Is there a mandatory retirement? You're sixty five sixty eligible to retire. If you have thirty thirty two years on and your fifty five years of age thirty two years with the BPD or combined services for the city where the our firemen or police, so here's work for the city can count towards your retirement when you sixty five you have to go. You gotta go. We've lost a couple of people do to retirement that they could have kept going one superintendent Randall hostage superintendent Joseph Harris, we wanted them to stay around forever. I mean. There sixty five was like a forty five. They were they were an integral part of our command system. They were loved by the community. I wish we could've had them. Stay on. That's something else to look at in the future. So if if the department currently sixty four percent majority white twenty four percent black the next classic comes through would that be fairly reflective of those numbers. Or will there be a greater infusion of minority officers? There's a greater infusing a minority officers. You have to keep in mind in that is very tough for any agency to recruit these days, and this is a cross country. I just returned from Florida and an international association of chiefs of police, we're all having the same problems in every major city is recruiting a lot of people just don't want the job anymore, and is Boston had the residency requirement for police we deals so if you become a police officer in Boston you have to have living. Boston and required to live in Boston for a certain period of time or you have to be a resident for over a year prior to prior to. So once you get on ten years, and then you're eligible, if you so choose if you if you choose okay good at that point, you made it you've made a commitment. Yeah. Look being a police officers dangerous work. It seems to me that this year nationally, more and more police officers have been killed in the line of duty. I woke up this morning. One of the first stories I saw Georgia Georgia police officer young African American black America's thirty years of age good looking guy cut down. And again, I've said this off camera. I wanna hear black lives matter talk about that officer because his life matters. Everyone's life matters. Blue lives matter lives matter. Now, I think all of the things that have happened across our great nation. Negative police civilian interactions where their their arrest or shootings, you know, BP, and I can honestly speak for the rest of my brothers and sisters in law enforcement chiefs, Massachusetts, major City Chiefs, those were teachable learn learning moments for us, we talk all the time. And we address those issues with training. And we addressed those issues by having good dialogue with the citizens of Boston. Especially for BPD our team police dialogues, we don't hold anything back. It's not always a love fest. But it's always a respect fast. But you have to be willing to have those conversations, and which you alluded to earlier about the amount of officers being killed. Yeah. That is on the uptick, but then there's something that I'd I'd be remiss if it didn't make you aware of the number one killer police officers as they die by their own hint suicide, I'm aware of this a tough job. It's negative a lot of the times and due to our culture of holding everything. And because we serve you. If you hold in things too much, and you don't address it then that may manifest into dependencies, depression, and ultimately suicide so thank God. For the American Foundation of suicide prevention in our peer support unit of BPD, we teamed up for in September for suicide prevention month, and we let it publicly be known that one four spent officers are not robots we have feelings. I you suffer losses, and you may react to them in certain ways. But one thing's apparent should be able to address those issues with professional help and not be stigmatized. When you do exactly it's funny last Thursday night, we had representatives that the Samaritans in which is a wonderful organization that service they are public as a whole, and I had the opportunity to serve on the board of directors of that group for about fifteen years in the nineteen eighty s and nineteen ninety s while I was for that. 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Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz describes "evil" voice in his head

"Season, many are blaming climate change. Many are blaming. Poor forest management those fires in northern California have created such, a haze of smoke in the area, that health officials advised. Residents to avoid outdoor activities for the. Entire week a newly released transcripts shows Florida's school. Shooting suspect, nNcholas Cruz told detectives he bought the, gun allegedly used in the parkland attack a year ago because, he was afraid of demons and voices in his head prosecutors released redacted transcript. Of cruises post shooting statement Monday afternoon he made it Shortly after seventeen people died at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school crews said, the voice began years. Ago when his father died and got worse when his mother died last fall cruise said the voice would, tell him to burn kill and destroy a tropical storm watches in effect for Hawaii's big island as hurricane Hector approaches the national weather service says hector's expected to pass roughly one hundred fifty miles south of the, big, island. Wednesday while the category four storm is forecast. To weaken during the next. Forty eight hours hector's expected to. Remain a major hurricane mayor Harry Kim says officials are preparing for whatever nature brings he says neighborhoods that could felt the brunt of the storm have been. Destroyed by an ongoing lava flow scientists say, there's less lava coming out. Of that eruption site in a big island neighborhood though a William gross was sworn in Monday as Boston's first black police Commissioner pledging. To create a more inclusive and, diverse department and prioritize officer. Wellbeing citing it A historic occasion democratic mayor Marty Walsh administered the oath of office to gross in front of us standing room only crowd of about nine,.

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"william gross" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Trump is signing an executive order reimposing many. Sanctions on, Iran three months after pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal he says US policy is to love you, what he calls maximum economic pressure on the catcher in a statement today the president restated his opinion that the twenty fifteen international according to freeze. Iran's nuclear program. In return for lifting sanctions was what he calls horrible one sided deal the president yesterday acknowledged that the two thousand sixteen Trump Tower meeting between a Kremlin, connected lawyer and his son was to collective formation about his political opponent, casting new light on a moment, central to the special counsels, Russia probe, here's, correspondent kid Laura on Twitter Mr. Trump road quoting, here fake news, reporting a complete fabrication that. I'm concerned about the meeting my wonderful son Donald had, in Trump Tower this was a meeting to get information on an opponent. Totally legal and on all the. Time in politics and it went nowhere I did not know about it the tweet was President Trump's clearest statement yet on the purpose of that meeting. Which has, become a full Focal point and Robert, Muller's investigation President, Trump also use Twitter to. Tear into the news media on Sunday William gross has, been sworn in as Boston's first black police Commissioner retired superintendent Randall Halstead. Says it's day for the city. Dr Martin Luther King is looking down and smiling because he's seeing the realization of one of his dreams In which a man is not. Judged by the color of skin but by the content of his, character Ross took the oath of office. Today at the morning star Baptist church in front of his family and community members Chicago police say weekend shootings across. The windy city left at least eleven people to about seventy wounded we need more help from our judicial. System we need more help from our federal partners and we're getting it but. We won't be defeated in this but police. Patrol..

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The city pools to the public for free help everyone. Stay cool William gross is now Boston's first African American police. Commissioner he. Was sworn in today at the morning star Baptist church in Madison he takes the baton from retiring Commissioner Bill Evans. Who is headed to Boston College as the director of. Public safety the number of older Americans filing for bankruptcy is, exploding it, is now three times. What it was in nineteen Ninety-one The study by the consumer banking project says healthcare costs are a big reason for that jump on Wall Street the Dow is up fifty six. The NASDAQ is up. Forty three and the s&p five hundred is up. Eleven at. Least two people. Are dead, in Italy following, a spectacular crash involving a. Truck carrying highly flammable liquids truck exploded on a highway overpass near the city of bologna injuring up to seventy people as it caused the raised highway to collapse people were hit by flying. Glass as, windows shattered a nearby buildings others were burned by the heat of the flames. Local reports say. The truck was carrying liquified petroleum gas and the explosion. Followed a traffic accident video show bright flame shooting up followed by a. Dense black cloud of smoke the initial flames reportedly set off more explosions in the car underneath the highway overpass where. The truck exploded Megan Williams ABC news Rome officials released. The latest test results at the Massachusetts charter school where elevator Levels of toxic chemicals were detected. The state Environmental Protection Agency says tests at the Abby Kelley foster charter public school show the amount of trichloroethylene or TC. In the air is below hazardous levels the source of contamination. Is suspected to be a nearby industrial site school officials sent, a letter to families saying there is no danger to people inside the. Building and sports betting in New Jersey is taking, a leap into..

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the ringcentral, news line he's not even, on the job, yet but the incoming Boston police Commissioner was. In beacon hill yesterday to meet with and speak to house lawmakers WBZ's Carl Stevens was there When you go to the symphony people start applauding when the. Conductor walks onstage before, any music even starts well the. Music starts at the end of the week for Boston police superintendent and chief William grass when he becomes police Commissioner but, when he. Spoke in, the house. Chambers yesterday there was already plenty of applause people don't, work for you they work with you, and I know that is in the mindset of each and every one of you because boy do I hear it from your constituency Right it was pretty much a full house and lawmakers smiled nodded the incoming Boston. Police Commissioner was connecting with them and that big lawmaking, room that. Seen so much history over the years, what we have here in the. Commonwealth is unique we really do care about the people. We really do care, about the quality of life and we really do care about law enforcement and I thank you for that on behalf of the families of the fallen Tarantino cannon and chestnut the support and love that you showed. Our law enforcement family resonated through each and every one of our hearts we, know you have our back like the outgoing Commissioner William Evans William gross. Came, up through the ranks worked the streets over the years he's seen the triumphs and tragedies at the sidewalk level and at. That level you better be able to communicate and, what members of the house on. Beacon hill learned yesterday is. That William gross soon, to become the first black police Commissioner in the city's history is a pretty good communicator many, people pave the way so I could Be here in this capacity I always. Show my gratitude to, the seniors of all colors that went through tremendous obstacles so I could.

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"England dot com and we begin in Boston where city council president Andrea Campbell says she hopes. Incoming Police Commissioner William gross listens to the community gross today was named to replace Bill Evans who's retiring after nearly four decades with the Boston police department Evans is headed to be BC to lead the police. Department over there debate debated this, quite a bit, but you know when I last week. Couldn't double, Dutch I said? You know what it's time It's time? To resign And I'm going to spend more time jumping rope than I. Am some city councillor Matt O'Malley is high praise for Bill Evans saying. He was always available he. Was the most acceptable one of the most accessible people I've ever. Worked with any time there was a shooting. Or a major event I. Get a text message I get a phone call from him. Just to me, directly you'd also ask who else would? I reach out to he wanted to make sure that people talk to him and heard from him directly grass spoke about what drove him. To join the BP I am a true St Started in nineteen eighty-five before that was the day nineteen eighty Because of the atmosphere at the time Communities Want change change this police officer Cross, becomes the city's first black Commissioner give it right here for the latest on the changing. Of the guard at police headquarters, if you're not by the.

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ news time. Twelve eighteen eighty two degrees in the city of Boston right now but with this humidity kills closer, to eighty nine degrees and they'll have some, clouds in town today couple of showers depending on where you are we'll get the full four day. Forecast, coming, up in about three minutes here on our top stories now today a historic move for the city of Boston as chief William. Gross, is appointed to be the first black police Commissioner in Boston meantime current Commissioner Bill Evans says he's moving on, to take on, a new role with the Boston College police department Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeting. Out a message of, support after last. Night's mass shooting in Toronto three, people are dead including the gunman you be a dozen others hurt and the president tweeting warning to the president of Iran telling him to be. Cautious after the Iranian president remarks on potential sanctions on Wall Street the Dow Jones downtown NASDAQ up eleven s and p five hundred up just, about three in other. News today at the White House Is, made in America day and just as it did last, year the Trump administration is taking a day to celebrate US manufactured. Products officials say this made in America products showcase is a chance to highlight its commitment to ensuring, more products are made in the US to, meet the Federal Trade commissions made in the USA standard product must be all or virtually all made. In, the, US contain no or negligible foreign content and its final assembly or processing must take place in the US there will be companies. From, all fifty states here at the White House today showcasing furniture linens boats even baseball bats Karen Travers ABC news, the White House, a teenager is under arrest after reports of gunshots early today in cambridgeport police say. When they responded to, a nine one. One call for gunshots the sixteen, year old then led them on a pursuit just before two AM and crashed a stolen truck he ran after crashing a stolen truck he then. Ran from police down putting a. Math team is charged with a slew of offenses officers discovered a loaded BB gun which they say The, teen shot, earlier with, a friend, in, Brighton the, family of, a little girl. Says they just want her wheelchair back WBZ's Karyn. Regal reports police are looking into what happened six-year-old Malia robber suffered brain damage at birth and, needs her purple wheelchair which cost about three thousand dollars her mother Gabriela Rodriguez reported it stolen from her. Brighton driveway all she wants is that. Wheelchair return clearly a child's wheelchair I mean not only is it a wheelchair that's heartless in itself but a child's wheelchair just, bring it back She spoke. With WBZ TV me is supposed to start camp today and she won't be able to without, her wheelchair Karyn. Regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty police say if you have. Any, information about the wheelchair please give them a call good news this week for gas prices in the bay state. According to triple a.'s drew Carlson were down three cents this week in Massachusetts down to two dollars and eighty cents per gallon. For, regular, unleaded price here in Massachusetts four cents lower than the national average and keep this in mind. The next, ball game you go to don't steal foul balls. From little kids in the stands took the ball Miranda tried. To give, it to the little gal beyond well the little girl, gets boxed out and look at the face Aw Try to take it? From. Nope. Nope Nope answer seems to be a nationwide problem happening at a ballpark near you. Potentially yesterday the latest, case a cubs fan caught on, camera grabbing a ball that was tossed into the crowd intended for a. Child middle-aged man even seen applauding himself and adding a fist. Pump there was a happy. Ending, however the cubs took notice of this and got the, child a baseball signed by a, player cubs official Twitter. Account then wrote that take care of. It first thing in the. Morning.

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"william gross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right now futures are down eighteen points that is three quarters of a percent dow futures lower by one hundred ninety three points nasdaq futures down fifty one points ten year treasury prices at five thirty seconds the yield at two point eight one one nine percent that's a bloomberg business flash tom and jonathan bob moon thank you so much joining us later what a great morning it has been rethink nor rabin jacob frenkel and others for joining us from italy it was wonderful to know that michael darter will join us in the nine o'clock hour john farrow in conversation with lawrence kudlow of the white house and right now with us william gross of janus anderson bill gross you and i met each other as i recall in the humidity of a challenging bond market you and all have been buffeted by this volatility we saw with the article yesterday on mr ackman of the hedge fund world mr i nor and having a challenging month among others why is it so hard to make money right now well because volatility is changing so much you know over time over long periods of time kerry which includes a volatility premium and includes a risk premium as well basically as a good part of returns not just for bond san for stocks when volatility changes as it has for the past month or two under certain conditions of uncertainty going forward then there are those that are long volatility basically those that hold stocks basically those are hold high yield bonds and those that are short volatility basically those that are going the other way and in this type of market in which stocks go up one day by one and a half percent down by one and a half percent unless you're well timed and unless you're algorithms are perfectly on then you basically get whipped and the volatility itself even though you might be long volatility becomes problematic because volatility has to be in the in the long runtime volatility has to be directional as opposed to simply related to an up and down in terms of its pace within that idea is the ability particularly within fixed income or fr frankly is stocks is a proxy bill i remember historically that day were you set a proctor and gamble dividend look good is a yield alternative you've gotta capture.

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"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The fourday accu weather forecast with brian thompson wanting bryant more josh show we'll have some sunshine the time through the day today the breezy a but certainly milo others been recently a high near forty tonight mainly clear and cold will see low temperatures well done to the teens both suburbs closer to twenty and boston morning sunshine giving way to clouds tomorrow high of thirty five then a little rain and drizzle took for a time tomorrow evening could be some slick sponsored untreated surfaces early on the tomorrow night is to see temperatures bench arise through the 30's and then four thursday a mild day with clouds and some sunshine high forty eight evil milder friday aboef clowns and some rain high friday fifty four i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio 1030 curley thirty three degrees under mostly cloudy skies feels like 23 with the wind chill while a teenager who just had surgery gets a ride home from boston police officer after their daughter underwent brain surgery in new york the mallon fan family missed their train back to made on saturday by five minutes and were set to wait for hours in the freezing cold for the next one police captain kelly mccormick says he was moved to help the family when they asked him where they could find some warmth courtesy right away you look very very tired crossed out kidnapping and great parapro common peers now very emotional kathy mccormick decided to take the mala fans to his suv and drive them a hundred and ten miles to their car the train station in portland maine boston police superintendent and chief william gross who knows mccormick well said he's giving individual and a.

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"william gross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"william gross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A spectacular chart on relative you bildt's of the united states we're a high yield nation will like an emerging market economy why is that yeah anywhere just well ahead of the rest of the developed world in terms of pulling out of the recession and getting some traction in the economy sal we didn't have to go to negative yields the way europe dead and where japan dead and so as as the economy recovers our rates continue to be high relative to the rest of the major countries you are what does them on the west coast of june's henderson william gross sierra leoneans yesterday as i did was a television yesterday bill grocer to go i'm sorry i did that it's it's shocking you did the mail from him your meal a kathy bill talks about to forty may maybe to sixty do you have a ceiling on the 10year juve like a a ceiling the run into economics where we can't go higher yay this year we were looking at two two and a half as arranged for the ten year i mean maybe we can get to to sixty sixty five ish where we we touched earlier on the air but i i think it would be tough to get much higher than that unless we actually saw some inflation developing yes what dollar dynamics you we see no are weaker dollar here over this last wild is that is that portend a further weakening to you what what are you see what he forecast the dollar going forward i actually think where did for a bit of a rebound in out completely on dan the rally from the election i think a lot of that was euphoria over all the magnificent things that we're going to happen with tax reform and a border adjustment tax business investment and all that and now we come back to reality and certainly europe has done better than most people had anticipated till the euro's bounce but i think that's been discounted at these level peaceful folded into the the bond market if you would if you're looking at the the appetite for us bonds in particular how how does the the the strength or weakness.

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