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Uvalde shooting victims seek $27B, class action in lawsuit
"Victims of a Texas elementary school shooting have filed a lawsuit over the law enforcement response to the massacre. I'm Ben Thomas with details. School staff and representatives of minors who were present during the May 24th shooting filed the lawsuit in federal court in Austin against city and state police, the city of Yuval di, another school in law enforcement officials, for failing to follow active shooter protocol when a gunman stormed rob elementary, killing 19 children and to teachers, authorities waited more than an hour to confront the attacker who was inside a fourth grade classroom. The suit seeks class action status and $27 billion in damages for survivors who have sustained emotional or psychological damages as a result of the defendant's conduct and omissions on that date. I'm Ben Thomas
"yuval di" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"This group has been walking the grounds of Yuval di's schools. We realize that we can not trust in man. We're security lord. That is why we are here before you deceive me because we we followed them as they walked around the junior and senior high schools. Some with hands raised, others singing. Nothing praying for you Valdez peace and safety. It's not for me. Tomorrow, we'll hear from two uvalde parents who do not feel safe sending their children back to the classroom. Instead, they've decided to homeschool them. Amen. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Our time now for 18, glad to have you along for all things considered. I'm Jim burris, the FDA has authorized COVID-19 vaccines that target the original strain of the virus and the omicron variant as well. The marginal benefit of getting an updated booster over the original booster is quite small. We'll have much more on that story coming up in about 15 minutes here on 90.1. Support for WA VE comes from the Latin American association whose
Caller: An Important Clause From the Communications Act
"Yeah, there has to be there has to be consideration for emergencies. It's like I have a correlation to that with kids and cell phones in high school. High schools say no cell phone. No cell phones, and but yet my fear is that, say, a kid calls 9-1-1 because an active shooter or some other thing happens on a cell phone. He calls 9-1-1 saves a day and expel the kid. Well, with a cell phone, I can speak to this. I have two FCC licenses, a commercial broadcast license, a ham radio license. There's a clause in the communication act that says an emergency is any immediate threat to life safety or property use whatever means available to summon aid. In that case there would be a federal override and the person could go after the school saying, hey, put my kid back in. He saved the date. You know what? You know what your point reminds me of those poor little children in the Yuval di classroom who were calling the police. They were calling from inside the classroom. And of course, even then it didn't do them any good. But you're right in the real world it would have. In the real world, they would have a police department would have said or sheriff's department or anybody would have said, my gosh, there's kids in there calling for help. We got to break down the door and get in there.
Damning report, new footage show chaos of Uvalde response
"A new report and hours of body camera footage lay Barra bewildering response as nearly 400 officers rushed to a mass shooting at a Texas elementary school Three hours of police body camera video released by the city of Yuval di Texas has fueled the anguish surrounding the inaction detail than a damning 77 page report an investigative committee from the Texas House of Representatives finds systemic failures created a chaotic scene that lasted 72 minutes before the gunman inside rob elementary school was finally confronted and killed In this body camera video excerpt you've all these S.W.A.T. commander staff sergeant Eduardo canales reacts after being injured by shots fired as he approached the classrooms Footage recorded by officer Justin Mendoza's body camera captures heartbreak and confusion The room is full of victims The committee report concluded that law enforcement responders failed to adhere to their active shooter training and failed to prioritize saving innocent lives over their own safety I'm Jennifer King
"yuval di" Discussed on WGN Radio
"At the united center, the latest on the Yuval di police response and the bestest speed jokes all coming up. That's tomorrow starting at ten on WGN. won't be baby you got your satisfied because the meal will come from down to night with us I thought I got everything all you good girl. I'm Raleigh James that's Roy Rogers from the rhythm and groove album 1996 and that happens to be my favorite treatment of a Willie Dixon song and it's interesting about the time it came out. I'd go to Annapolis and on Saturday night at the Szechuan they'd have like Szechuan doo wop that was really out there with a jock that was play and do art music only in Annapolis, right? And he played this and I said, what is that? That's Roy Rogers and not the guy with the horse, right? And I have a lot of written by Willie Dixon. I know the song I've never heard it that way. And the other Dixon would have turned a 107
"yuval di" Discussed on WTOP
"Unaccounted for right now in Virginia were overnight storms caused severe flooding in Buchanan county, rescue efforts are now underway. One of the biggest challenges for us for the search and rescue effort is access to the area. A lot of roadways are blocked by landslides, bridges, the approaches to those bridges are washed out. More than a hundred homes may also be damaged. Out west firefighters are blaming heat and dry conditions for losing ground on the wildfire at Yosemite National Park. It's spread to more than 37,000 acres, 3700 acres, but is now just 17% contained. Hundreds of highland park and Yuval di residents and gun control advocates are putting pressure on Congress for stricter gun laws. Illinois Democrat Tammy Duckworth joined their rally outside the capitol. Banning assault weapons does not jeopardize any of those family traditions. You can still buy a 22. You can still have access to a 30 zero 6. You don't need an assault weapon, a weapon of war. The rally comes days after President Biden celebrated a bipartisan law at The White House. Starbucks employees may have to learn how to use a gun as store shut down in some major cities over safety concerns. Tim Jimenez explains why. Two top Starbucks officials sent a memo to employees acknowledging the incidents that they've been dealing with fueled they say by societal issues like racism, mental health, and addiction. As for the rest of the company, the stores that will remain open, Starbucks says there will be deescalation, active shooter training, mental health resources for workers, store layouts may be changed as well, and some managers can decide to limit or close restroom access. CBS Ed O'Keefe is an Israel where President Biden has kicked off a four day visit to the Middle East. The president will be meeting with my food Abbas on Friday before leaving for Saudi Arabia. He'll visit a hospital in east Jerusalem as well where he said to announce where U.S. aid for Palestinian medical work and will be making that visit without Israeli officials at his side despite their request to do so, which was seen by Palestinians as a point of pride that he's willing to come engage them on his own without the Israelis. Energy and oil prices will also be big topics as Russia's war in Ukraine continues. Here in the U.S., inflation
"yuval di" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On in New York and around the world, good morning Michael. Good morning, Nathan. Tragedy in New York City, two people are dead after a boat capsized in the Hudson River in Manhattan. Police commissioner keech in Seoul says it happened mid afternoon. This is a tragic day for New Yorkers. Indeed, it may have well been worse or not for the incredible effort by not only our own extraordinary first responders, but also the swift response from the New York waterway fairies, who rescued 9 additional people from the water. A nearby ferry rushed to help pull people from the water, as mentioned by police commissioner kitchen sewell, at least 9 others were sent to local hospitals. The mayor of Texas is furious after video footage from the rob elementary school hallway was leaked ahead of a private family viewing scheduled for this weekend. Yuval di mayor Don McLaughlin says he feels the families were blindsided by the release of the tape. And when it comes to the local state and federal authorities seen waiting in the hallway while the violence inside continued. McLaughlin once everybody who's seen on the tape to be held accountable. I'm not shifting the blame. But there was enough high powered officer U.S. Marshals, DPS, border patrol, DHS, to come in there and say, hey, we're going. We're doing this. The Austin American statesman and a local TV station released an edited version of the 77 minutes surveillance video. According to CNN one video shows the gunman entering the school and walking down the hallway with the long rifle, the recording also shows officers approaching the classroom that the shooter was in, but then retreated down the hallway and took cover when gunfire is heard. It was more than an hour later before authorities confronted and killed the shooter. Sri Lanka's president fled the country early today, slipping away only hours before he promised to step down under pressure from protesters angry over economic chaos that has triggered severe shortages of food and fuel. Thousands of protesters are also demanding that the prime minister resign. A U.S. gun rights group sued to overturn New York's assault weapons ban, less than a month after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the related state law that limited who could carry a handgun in public. The firearms policy coalition says the ban violates the Second Amendment. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries. Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg Nathan. Thanks, Michael
"yuval di" Discussed on WTOP
"Be on these domestic extremist groups, groups like the oath keepers, the Proud Boys, and really take a look at whether or not there was coordination between The White House in the run up to January 6th. Thursday's hearing has been postponed. At The White House today, President Biden praised the passage of a bipartisan gun law while vowing to push for even more restrictions. Will we take Y steps with villa responsibility to protect the innocent? And while keeping faith with the constitutional rights, will we match thoughts and prayers with action? I say yes. In highland park, Illinois, a moment of silence, was held for the 7 people killed at a July 4th parade last week. People gathered downtown, lit candles, and left behind flowers and signs. Meantime, prosecutors, and Yuval di Texas refused to release a 77 minute video showing officers storming a school to stop a shooter. CBS lilia Luciano. GPS has agreed that the video should be released, but the video is in the hands of the DA. The Yuval di county DA is the one that is preventing any of the evidence. This body cam video, anything else that helps answer questions as to why did it take police so long that is holding it back. Officers waited outside the school for more than an hour. Well, soon we'll be able to see the first images from a $10 billion space telescope. Here's CBS Peter king. Scott pays heads the space policy institute at George Washington University. He says the James Webb is a million miles out in space, and he compares its capabilities to night vision devices that can see through dust and more. We're going to see things that you literally can not see with the human eye. And that could mean objects in happenings that take us closer to the beginning of the universe. This is CBS News. Need to hire quality candidates fast, you need indeed. The end to end hiring solution attract interview and higher candidates all in one place, visit indeed dot com slash credit. 5 O three on Monday, July 11th, 2022, 83 in the nation's capital, down to the 60s and 70s overnight. Good afternoon, I'm Brendan hazelton, and I'm John Aaron, our top local story, a major development in a legal battle between the loudoun county school board and Virginia attorney general Jason miras, a judge says a special grand jury convened by the attorney general can continue to investigate the school system's response to sexual assaults by a boy who was allowed to stay in class. Our Neil augenstein has more. Here in loudoun county, circuit court, the Deputy Attorney General told the judge the school board does not get to decide the scope of the investigation or whose question and the school board is not above the law. Lawyers for the school board argued that the special grand jury was going far beyond looking for potential criminal activity and was focusing on school policy issues, judge James ploughman, who's overseeing the special grand jury, said the school system can't know where the investigation will lead and said that it can continue. The school board can appeal. In loudoun county near law it can stay in Dublin news. Another presumed case of monkeypox is being reported in the northwestern part of Virginia that would bring the total number of cases to 27, the Virginia Department of Health says the new case involves a man who is currently isolating a department says it's identifying and monitoring his close contacts, multiple countries, including the U.S., are currently experiencing an outbreak of the potentially serious viral illness. Beach drive
Uvalde mayor: Police didn't get early chance to end massacre
"Another dispute has arisen over the law enforcement response to the school shooting and Texas in May that left 21 dead AP correspondent Norman hall reports Yuval di mayor Don McLaughlin has challenged a new report that alleges miss chances to quickly end the massacre at rob elementary one of the deadliest classroom shootings in U.S. history McLaughlin said no you've already police officers saw the gunman outside this school before he went inside and that none of the officers had an opportunity to fire on the shooter Those comments contradict the findings released this week by tactical response experts at Texas state university Has previously accused state police officials a publicly giving an incomplete and one sided account of an ongoing investigation He says dozens of state troopers were also at the school at the time of the breach I Norman
"yuval di" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Because the fact that it is a mandatory life sentence. You know, Dan, we were saying that different things from everything hit us differently, you know, buffalo is my hometown, you know, I certainly the kids and Yuval di and little girl being able to be identified only by her sneakers. I mean, you know, the toddler, the two year old who lost both his parents in this one, of course, is resonating with everybody. But you know, for me, I'm so close to my mom, and you know, she's not doing well right now. She's 99, but that girl that was running with her mom. I don't know if you saw that interview. There's no I did. Running with her mom. Mom got shot in the chest. She knew she was dead immediately. And had to say, I love you, but I have to keep running because he's still shooting. You know, she said she was my best friend. I had the best mom. Anyone could have for 22 years. We did everything together. And you know, just talking about it, she was she waved it every single float. She was that lady. And you just think of the joy. They just ten minutes before they're running for their lives and shot to death and I was talking to a friend of mine who grew up in that city. And she observed 50s and she and several of her camp Friends, they've stayed in touch for 45 years. They all know someone who was shot. They all know mothers that were shot and are in the hospital. They knew 5 or 6 people that had been injured. And I think two of the people that died, like these things start to hit closer and closer to home because the mass shootings get more and more numerous. It's going to be the days not that far off that every one of us is somehow first hand impacted by one of these shootings if we haven't already been. Was shot in the face and posted on Twitter that day. Blood all over your face. And just said, this is insane. I've just been shot at a growth of July parade and nothing will change. I mean, it's, you know, and I know it's hard, you know, when we say this time, unfortunately, we don't mean one exact because there's too many now we're already like, oh, you've already was how many you go now and how long ago was buffalo now? But I mean there was this shooting. There was 5 mass shootings. And I know I'm raising my voice, and I'm not fun comedian. 5 mass shootings on July 4th. And that's shooting constitutes of four or more people getting injured by a gun. They don't have to die. There were 5 that day. That they know of that were actually reported that were big enough to make the news. Yeah. Yeah. No, that's, I mean, yeah. That's what I mean. But I feel like this time, maybe because it's so many of them, maybe because they're also horrific, maybe because we're so close to the midterms, but I really feel like there is a groundswell I haven't felt before that is proving out in polling. I agree. And I also think that there's people that are still saying that our Republican, they're just not trumpers. And so there's these people in the middle that are changing party affiliation. There's people that are seeing him for what he is based on the hearings. Thank God that are changing party affiliation. And I mean, I hate to say this. They lost more voters in the pandemic than we did. And so they're trying to gerrymander the hell out of the maps. Make sure there's voter restriction. And now they're losing voters because of this hearing. They're going to do everything they can to stifle votes in this midterm election. And we have to do everything we can to get out there, period. There's no other option at this point. I say we go for the jugular, you know? You put the picture. You put the picture of this mother wrapped literally in a Trump flag. Next to a picture of the cop with his hands over his face with the caption we don't need to live like this. And then strollers and blood everywhere. I'm not going to lie just to bring a little levity into this story. You know what, they announced that he dressed like a woman to fit in. And of course there's some lunatic on the right that's going to talk and change that into a trans issue about how easy it is. And I'm like, he also dressed as where's Waldo in his Trump rally. So maybe let's not talk about his disguise and how that means anything. He was insane. 22 minutes after the hour, this portion of the show brought to you by Jenny Sal. Okay, you know what? I keep rediscovering 'cause I do it like a little, I do like a little wheel of which I do different ones every day. Okay. The next V cream? It is like butter. Yes. Oh my God, the daytime XV cream, I love it. Yes. Wonderful. We did the go to genius all dot com do the analysis. It takes like 20 seconds, use your camera, tells you what you need. The immediate effects for under eye, like magic for the right wrinkles. 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"yuval di" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global news update. Travelers are facing longer days as flight delays skyrocket ahead of the 4th of July, according to flight aware over 3300 flights were delayed within into or out of the U.S. on Saturday. Over 600 flights were also canceled, the airport facing the most travel hiccups is Dallas Fort Worth, staffing shortages and severe weather on the east coast, hard to blame for many of the issues. Vice president Harris is speaking in New Orleans today at the essence festival of culture, The White House says topics include critical issues facing black women, including implications of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe V wade. The vice president is scheduled to fly back to Los Angeles where she's been staying following a pair of Democratic National Committee fundraisers in the San Francisco area. Texas state senator Roland Gutierrez is reacting to the news on battled school police chief Pete arenda resignation from the Yuval di city council. This is perhaps part of that accountability, but it remains to be seen what the Department of Public Safety is going to do. You know, at the end of the day, they were the ones that first initiated the narrative that Pete arradondo was the incident commander. Rendon was sworn in as new city council member on May 31st, less than a week after the May 24th massacre at rob elementary school that claimed the lives of 19 students and two teachers. He's faced heavy criticism over the delayed police response to the shooting, Gutierrez, however, didn't place the blame solely on chief R andando. The democratic state lawmaker called the police responsive failure of law enforcement at every level. Gutierrez also criticized the lack of transparency on the part of investigators as a way of keeping both policymakers and victims families
Senate OKs landmark gun violence bill, House passage is next
"Hi Mike Gracia reporting the Senate okays a landmark gun violence Bill House passage is next On a 65 33 vote with 15 Republicans joining all Democrats and two independents the Senate easily approved a bipartisan gun violence Bill Thursday night Republican senator John cornyn of Texas was one of the key architects The potential we have to save lives is worth any sort of concession we might have had to make during the negotiation Democratic senator Richard blumenthal It's not the measure I would have written if I'd been doing it alone But it marks meaningful progress The bill which follows mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Yuval di Texas would toughen background checks for the youngest gun buyers help states put in red flag laws and fund local programs for school safety mental health and violence prevention The house now takes up the measure Mike Gracia Washington
Texas DPS Director Failed to Send Troopers Into School
"DPS director and his opening statement had mentioned and it's been floating around the Internet for a while that it mentioned that the Yuval di ISD chief told people to stand down, not one place in his timeline based on body worn camera footage and testimony I say testimony to gather from the footage. Not one time that you've already chief telling anybody to stand down. While the DPS director was pressed in the hearing, where others were questioning him as to you were saying that these tactic is a very obvious and they clearly made mistakes and you've already police chief made a made of blunder and everybody on the scene should have known that it was an active shooter situation. Which in hindsight I agree with, they asked him the question, you had your DPS deputies, your DPS troopers there. Why didn't you guys go in? Why didn't y'all make the decision to turn this into an active shooter? If you could see that the Yuval the chief is incompetent as you claim, why didn't you guys take over leadership and take over command control? Incident commander. And of course he had an egg on his face.
Texas DPS Director Throws Uvalde Police Chief Under the Bus
"I watched the entire hearing, at least the hearing what mccraw, the DPS director, DPS colonel, his entire statement. It was four hours and 40 something minutes that I watched. So you don't have to watch it. What did I learn from the four hours of watching the Yuval di police hearing congressional hearing in the state of Texas? Let me just give you a synopsis. The DPS director is incompetent in his approach to passing down information. And he's hypocritical and he's made an attempt to throw the Yuval the ISD chief under the bus and absolve any kind of responsibility from his people and others who responded to the
Senators say agreement on gun violence compromise is at hand
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting senators say agreement on a bipartisan gun violence compromise is at hand On the Senate floor Tuesday senator John cornyn of Texas announced We've made some serious progress Cornyn is the chief Republican in talks on a bipartisan gun violence Bill The leading Democrat is senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut I'm proud of the place that we're getting to The legislation would enhance background checks for the youngest firearms buyers and toughened penalties on gun traffickers But while sentiment for some type of congressional action on guns has grown following recent mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Yuval di Texas such legislation remains unpopular among Republicans At the Texas GOP convention last weekend cornyn was booed by delegates Mike Gracia Washington
"yuval di" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Now according to this text distribution story there's a quote in the beginning One of the officers on the scene they were asking if there were students inside He said if there's kids in there we need to go in If there is we just need to go in the agent said another officer answered it's unknown at this time The agent shot back y'all don't know if there's kids in there he added if there's kids in there we need to go in there Whoever's in charge will determine that came the reply The inaction the action appeared too much for the agent He noted that there was still children and other classrooms within the school who needed to be evacuated While this kid's over there he said so I'm getting kids out Then they go on to some key findings which goes to show you again we shouldn't paint with a broad brush There were people in there who clearly wanted to take action outside of the decision making change Now one of the takeaways I can I feel like it'd be responsible to put out there In my prior line of work where you're sitting there working a shift say securing the president's life There's X number of people on a ship I'm not gonna give away any details obviously you understand why But there's a shift leader who kind of stands back and watches the whole shift When you train to evacuate the president a knife or a gunshot or even a punch in the face on a rope line You're trained what to do both by yourself and in conjunction with a team In other words if the team's there great like you'll work with the number one and number two and number three agent You get my point That's fantastic They can do this this and this But what you're not taught is if they don't do this this and this you do nothing You do it on your own regardless And it prevents it prevents this top down overly bureaucratic management of a system that's going to unfold like that You're on a rope line president shaking hands bang bang bang hello how you doing mister president gray Can I take a selfie Boom guy takes out a knife and starts to shank him You don't have time to turn around to the shift leader and say hey boss what do we do You don't even have time to think You just have to
"yuval di" Discussed on WTOP
"Had officer from every department. Look me in the eye. Because I was trying so hard to get in there. And ask me to trust them. Now are we supposed to continue our lives here? Garza spoke before the Yuval di school board this week, this new information is expected to be presented at a two day Texas Senate hearing later today this Tuesday is when it begins June 21st. Good morning, welcome in four 38 on WTO pledge. I think it weather all the apes and what it breaks Good morning to Carlos Ramirez with this in the WTO traffic center. Thanks dean, happy Tuesday morning and I got some good news for you. Looks like I 66. The ramps that were previously blocked to the beltway have all opened up. You shouldn't have any trouble accessing the beltway from I 66 in either direction any longer. That's the fantastic news. Bad news, eastbound side of I 66. A listener called in and informed us about the new configuration on the eastbound side of 66, sounds like the lanes may be split in half here between 28 and the fairfax county Parkway got some delays building there, pack your patients and look a little bit different than usual there, regardless you watch out. If you're headed on the outer loop of the beltway, headed up towards Pennsylvania avenue, you will notice that you're jammed up. That's for the accident scene involving a vehicle fire, the caller did let us know that the issue is actually after Pennsylvania, avenue, along the right hand side of the roadway, chart now informing that they have actually shut down three right lanes. That means you have a single left lane getting by. As of now, the delays begin right at Pennsylvania avenue, and you'll be cleared up before you get over towards the exit for Richie Marlborough road. So the delay is pretty dramatic, but it's relatively short. Go ahead and make your choices here as you make your way on the outer loop. 50 looks quiet from the beltway out towards the bay bridge, no issues in either direction there, 95 VW Parkway up to speed, and the southbound side of I two 70, no delays just yet, but do remember, they have the right hand side of the roadway blocked off before I three 70, that is for that sinkhole repair. One 8 6 6 three O four WTO is the traffic tip line in case you see something out there that is blocking your way causing issues and that we're not reporting. Carlos Ramirez WTO traffic. Good morning, it's going to be a pleasant day to spend some time outside. Temperatures are mostly in the low to mid 60s this morning and we'll have a high today of 86° under a mix of
Uvalde Police Hire Lawyers to Stop Release of Body Cam Footage
"But you know, and I got to say, this Yuval di police situation, oh my God, if ever the good guy with a gun, argument has been blown to smithereens, right? What is this latest thing? The one guy didn't fire because he was afraid he'd hit kids. It's like right, that's why we're saying you shouldn't harm teachers and we need to do something about not enough guns because he's like, I didn't want to fire because there were kids playing in the background. And this is why the whole like, oh yes, all we need more guns in all of these situations, right? Would only add to anyway, but you just, you retweeted, Yuval, you police have hired a private law firm to fight against being required to release body camera footage and other records related to school shooting, files could be highly embarrassing and involve emotional and mental distress they argue, and you just said utterly shameless if they can't, if they can afford to hire lawyers to block the public from knowing what cowardly pieces of they are, then defund them. Boy, if that's not an argument for defunding the police. Well, essentially, they're defunding themselves. They're saying, we're going to ship some of the money we get. And I think the police get 40% of the budget in the town or the 40%.
"yuval di" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is that how your mom feels Yes my mom yesterday I will never forget her screaming and devastation just saying my baby my baby she's scared to be alone She's scared to be alone And you know that's why we're here Maggie and her sister Sandra are still struggling to accept what happened Sandra looked out across the cemetery at all the fresh graves of her sister's students It's almost like the aftermath of a war zone you look around we're in this little beautiful town and then you look at and it's like did we have a war Did we send our children to war And this is what has happened Like so many surviving family members and like so much of this town the media sisters are trying to navigate their grief and figure out where their lives go from here Sandra said it feels like they're grasping for something they just can't get a hold of I'm lost as to what to do now I'm also a teacher Should I quit my job And move down here to take care of my mom I just feel like one person has devastated so many single individuals on a level that is beyond my scope of comprehension She said comprehension has been coming slowly as the initial shock has worn off and as Yuval di has quieted down the calm has given the sisters space to think And what they've decided is that they won't let the memory of what happened to their sister and her co teacher eat my Sia and the 19 students just fade away They want to find purpose from the tragedy Why did she die What was it for What do I need to do Like me personally I feel like I need to do something on a large scale and mind you I have no idea what that is yet Maggie said they're starting to think it through We don't know where to begin but wherever this leads us we'll be fighting for my sister and for miss ilma and all the kids so they could remember them and never forget that what happened because it could have been prevented This new resolve she said is doing a lot to help the sisters cope It's not only the families of the victims though who are grasping for closure It's such a small town that almost everyone was close to the tragedy in some way Works at the Yuval diet memorial hospital She and I first spoke two days after the shooting when she brought flowers to the memorial outside rob elementary She.
Deputy: 2 officers had chance to shoot Uvalde school gunman
"Two police officers reportedly passed up a fleeting chest to shoot a gunman outside the uvalde Texas elementary school before he went on to kill 21 people inside A senior sheriff's deputy tells The New York Times that two Yuval di police officers had the chance to stop Salvador Ramos before the rampage inside rob elementary that killed 19 children and two teachers The unidentified officers one of whom was armed with an AR-15 style rifle said they feared hitting children playing in the line of fire outside this school That's what chief deputy Ricardo Rios of nearby zavala county told the times Rio says the officers chance of stopping Ramos pass quickly perhaps in seconds previously authorities said a school officer drove past the armed Ramos without seeing him and police inside this school did not confront the gunman for more than an hour I Norman hall
Joe Biden Still Silent on Attempted Assassination of Justice Kavanaugh
"Last night, here in the upstate of South Carolina, we had an event with hundreds of people that the radio station presented, and one of the issues that came up at this town hall forum was whether or not the Democrats are just misguided and delusional and wrong on policy or are many of them evil. Is there an evilness to the silence of an American president over an assassination plot against a Supreme Court Justice? To this day, Joe Biden has failed to say anything at all about the man who has now formally been indicted for the assassination plot against justice Brett Kavanaugh. You don't need me to tell you what Biden would be doing if that assassination plot had been carried out against a liberal justice. You don't need me to tell you what the media would be doing. If some lunatic evil monster tried to assassinate a liberal justice on the court, but this week Nicholas John Rossi from Simi Valley, California, who is in federal custody, is facing life in prison, he was indicted and formally charged with the attempted assassination with the assassination rather of Brett Kavanaugh. He planned to kill him, he told an FBI agent that he wanted to give his life a purpose, he wanted to kill justice Kavanaugh because he thought he would rule in favor of gun rights after the mass shooting and Yuval di. He was also targeting justice Kavanaugh because he was angry that the court was about to overturn abortion
House passes package of gun control bills in response to Buffalo and Uvalde shootings
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house passes a gun control bill in the wake of the buffalo and ivaldi attacks On this vote the yeas are 223 The nays are 204 On a mostly party line vote the House passed a wide ranging gun control bill Wednesday night following recent mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Yuval di Texas Members debated throughout the day We need to act to protect the people protecting our kids act It does no such thing Enough is enough We unfortunately have a bill full of likely unconstitutional provisions The measure would raise the age limit for purchasing a
Matthew McConaughey Delivers Speech on Uvalde at White House
"And when Matthew McConaughey, the actor, went to The White House yesterday. As predicted, everybody swooned. Everybody loved it. I loved it. He was humble. He was, it's very, I mean, it's personal for him, he's genuine, he was welling up with emotion, as was his wife, who cradled a precious pair of converse sneakers in her lap, worn by one of the murder victims that Yuval di? I mean, you can't be, you can't help but be moved by that. But did it move the needle at all on the gun control issue? Of course not.
"yuval di" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Breaking news and what to make of it. Officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen welcome back to the Oscars show I got a lot to talk about, but I want to finish the conversation that I was speaking about before the break about the Yuval di teacher that came out. And of course the mainstream media is hail bent on making this tragedy even worse are using the emotions of citizens and people who have suffered loss to pit people against police and law enforcement. They need somebody to blame. I have not yet to hear mainstream media continue the conversation and blame him a person who actually had a gun who actually was so evil that he killed children with no remorse. He don't even get airtime anymore. They're not talking about him. They're talking about the police. So this teacher, I'm a continue the conversation, his teacher, and this is where I left off at just so you guys know. The teacher had said that while he was telling his children to go underneath the desk, which is what they trained in active shooter training. He told them to play like they were sleep, which is not an active shooter training. I would argue that that's probably the right approach. However, I'm not here to criticize him because I don't know what it's like when bullets are flying in your classroom. Or at least you hear people get murdered next door to your classroom and he walks right through and kills everybody in your classroom except you. So I'm not trying to criticize him to the point. I want to point out that the media manipulated what he said to make it against police. So he says as he's telling the kids to go underneath the desk, the suspect walks in and shoots him multiple times and then it's interesting that he doesn't talk anymore about anything else that happened. He didn't say anything about what happened in the room. He didn't say he's shooting continued. He didn't say when the shooting started when it stopped. He said nothing. I mean, he may have said that they cut it out. Then they manipulate the timeline because at 1133, when they said that the shooting occurred, what the police report said that he shot over a hundred rounds into the class 11 one 11 and one 12. The teacher never mentioned any of that, the media never talked about any of that. The teacher never admitted to the fact that the shooter came in and killed all his kids before the cops ever got there. And they don't want you to think that they were killed before the cops got there. They want you to think that the guy was roaming around the school with free Ryan killing as many people as he can for 40 minutes straight, which is not what happened. Fortunately, that's not what happened. He would have killed a lot more people. But he goes on to say that the police came to the door and then he could hear them a young girl from another classroom and say, hey, we're in here, we're in here. And he said the suspect walked over while he's still alive, walked over, shot the girl in the head and said the police were not around to rescue her. Now, I don't know what's true, I don't know what's not true. I'm hoping that that man went long television. I'm a believe him, but I know that the media is using him to hate the police. Do you honestly think the police sit there outside and they do nothing? Or could you imagine in your mind that they couldn't get in because they were receiving fire? Many of them got shot when they first came to the door and that they needed the proper tools to breach the door. They did not have access to the door. Do you think that if you had to make an assumption, you would think that there is 17 officers 19 officers in the hallway, some of them had children in that room, some of them one of the guys is wife was in that room, many of them you've already police officers were very intimately connected to people in the community, especially that school, especially the Yuval resource officers, and you telling me that with that much connection to the people, they just stood there and did nothing, and they could have. That's the argument that needs to be had. They could have done something they didn't or they couldn't have done something but they wished that they could. Is it a communication issue? Is it a cowardice issue? These are things that people should understand and know before they make comments about it. But I was very disappointed to see that teacher pointing the finger at the police when people could point the finger at him, I'm not going to do it because I don't think anybody should point the finger at anybody. Nobody was ready for what happened. But the teacher left the door open. You didn't lock the door? The guy goes through the other class and kill everybody, and he comes right in your class, unobstructed. You didn't say he broke the door down, he didn't have to he didn't have to break open the door and have to shoot the door. He just walked right in your classroom. You didn't lock the door. And then when he only could come in through the front door, or the bathroom door. Nowhere in that situation, did the teacher think, hey, this is it for us. If he comes in here, he's going to kill us. He's already shooting and killing people in the room next to us. If he comes here, he's going to kill us. People could criticize him and say, why did you do something? Why don't you stand there? And stand to his blind side, and as he approaches the door, he comes into the door, you attack him. You fight back. You do something. Hit him with a chair, stab him in the neck with a pencil. People could argue everything in the book about what he didn't do right. People could point the finger at the teacher who didn't make sure the door was secured. All the other classes were locked. One teacher, her daughter wasn't secured. Was it her fault? People could complain. The janitor. Because maybe the door was broken. It should have latched, but it didn't latch. Somebody left the door unlocked. You can go down a list and blame everybody. You can blame the boy's mama. How you raise a person that crazy, they go into school and kill everybody. You can blame dispatches. You can blame security. You can blame people at the funeral home. You can blame other people's parents. You can blame every teacher in the school. What's the point? But the media wants to continue a blame game. They want you to hate the police. They want you to feel like the police couldn't even handle an AR-15. But there's so many nuances to the situation, I can not wait till the information come out because I'm going to be nice to some people, but some people I'm not going to be very nice to. I'm going to come out and I'm going to ask for them to apologize. And why do you say that there's going to be an apology made, mister Tatum? Because I know people who were at the scene. I know people. I've been in communication with some people that knew exactly what happened. They were there. They saw the kids. They saw the destruction. They saw the evil. They saw the other officers. They were there. They got the debriefing. They know what happened. The media can't put it all out, and I can't put it all out. Some of it I can not put out because I don't want to burn my swords. But at the same time, I'm hearing people that are there. People that are there on the scene and part of the investigation are saying, hey man, a lot of this is not even true. People are really lying. This is going to be a guy sent the message to me or to another guy who then showed me the message and said, this is worse than Michael Brown. When it comes to media disinformation and Michael Brown, they said, for as long as it hands up don't shoot. The guy said, and he was there. Said, this is worse than Michael Brown. Like the media is really playing on people's emotions. And trying to make an attempt to point the blame on the people they want to destroy. They blame the gun, they blame the police. Is that ironic? They're not even talking about mental health. They're not even investigating what this kid did. Who he is where he was. They don't even talk about his mama. They're not even talking about the gun store. Have you seen an article talking about where he bought the bullets at where he bought the gun at? They ain't talking about them. None of them matter. They going straight after your guns, and they going straight after the police. And this has been a method that they've been trying to use for decades now. And they finally got, they finally got a particular incident that they can jump all over. They want this to be the next George Floyd. They wanted to be the next George Floyd so they can ram legislation down your throat using your emotions against you. Ladies and gentlemen, listen to the outside of the store..
Uvalde Teacher Blames Police for Kids' Deaths
"There was a teacher that came out today who was a teacher who was rescued by border patrol by police officers from the Yuval di school. He came out there to interview on mainstream media. They used that man's emotions to get other into hate the law enforcement officers that responded to the scene. They used his emotions against him. And against us, why do you say that mister Tatum? They brought the man on interviewed him with leading questions and pretty much got him. I don't know if this is the way he said it, or they prompted him to say it this way, and then they cut and pasted it to make him seem like he hate the police. He did say he'll never forgive the police for what they did. But they put him out there and essentially he admitted he did nothing to protect his own kids and turned and blamed the police for not helping and saving
How the Left Plays Both Sides of the Police Debate
"That defunding police is a good thing. The same people who correctly cast great deal of doubt on the competence in the courage of the police and Yuval di. The more one knows about it, the more staggering it becomes, lets defund the police and then yell at them when they don't do their job. It's like, what is it? The old Jewish joke and the food here is not so good and they don't serve enough anyway. So which is it? We want the police to do their job, but we want fewer of them. That's the general left wing position.
"yuval di" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"600 kogo I'm Eddie McCoy for kogo news The tragedy and Yuval di Texas is raising questions about what schools are doing to keep students safe Concerns have been raised about locking doors and the idea of army teachers has once again resurfaced Some campuses have school resource officers which are law enforcement officers assigned to work inside schools This week on San Diego's morning news ladonna Harvey talked with Moe Kennedy the executive director of the national association of school resource officers Here's that interview School resource officers are they police officers generally There's a federal definition of a school resource officer that nazare worked on with the Department of Justice years ago So the answer to that is yes They're sworn certified law enforcement officers All right So what are the school resource officers supposed to be there for Well first of all it is part of the definition and the bottom line is there to be there from a community based policing approach As really most law enforcement should be out in our communities anyway But it's tailored toward the school environment And so there are a lot of different things that are doing most days SROs are not facing active assailants But they have to be trained to deal with that if it comes to their school building Now what would you say to parents especially or certainly feeling this What would you say to one who says look it's intolerable that we live in a world where we need an armed presence on a school campus to keep our kids safe It is intolerable I'll tell you right now I'd rather be out of business than having to respond to these kind of situations I was in SRO myself And it's not I think that one of the things that has to be understood is that the way that we do this the model that we train officers in the ones that come to our training is this is not just being unarmed guard Because quite frankly there are a number of cases of averted school violence Where again doing good community based policing has led to tips that has allowed us to conduct investigations and stop and act to violence before it occurs So this is much more quite frankly a layered situation than just a simple armed guard piece of it Now you're the executive director of the national association of school resource officers but I believe I heard you say that you are also a school resource officer What has changed in America We did not have this sort of thing happening when I was a kid going to high school And we didn't even have armed officers on campus To clarify I'm a retired police officer I was on SRO for 12 of those years And I'm with you when I was growing up this was not an issue necessarily Had a good relationship with the police in my community but they weren't in schools Now this does go back to the 1950s though of SROs being in schools but not like the numbers they are now I think that the high profile school shootings in the mid to late 90s can change this forever I was in SRO when Columbine when the Columbine massacre happened And it changed my career in terms of how a functioned as a school based officer So it's the levels of threats that we deal with And again it's not just active assailants but that's certainly the high profile event that occurs that gets everyone's attention What has to be done to harden schools against this sort of thing Well I think that we put out a statement yesterday and one of the things that we certainly alluded to was the issue of general perimeter security around school buildings Maintenance of doors Sometimes people start thinking about metal detectors and all these other things When we're not paying attention to the simple things making sure that doors are secured all the way around And that has to become a part of the school culture and climate People have to make sure they're not propping doors They're not opening perimeter doors just because someone knocks on it That's a great start quite frankly But we firmly believe that carefully selected and specifically trained SROs can have a huge impact on this And have in many cases across the country That's our interview with mo Kennedy the executive director of the national association of school resource officers and I'm Eddie McCoy for coco news Coco real-time graphics sponsored by the gym the 12 real estate team It's been a fairly quiet Saturday We have slowly on the coastline Top 5 now starting well before Las fugas and camp Pendleton into oceanside on the 78 and.
"yuval di" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's 5 11 Why did it happen That's what many are asking after a shooter killed 19 children and two teachers at rob elementary school and Yuval di Texas and it's the subject of this week's episode of the hunt with WTO national security correspondent JJ green As the FBI and their state and local partners are reviewing social media we've seen some phone back and forth chats with a 15 year old in Germany There is going to be more that comes out of the computers and phones and interviews and that's where in all of these cases And sadly I've been involved in many active shooters where large mass casualties has taken place and the most important thing is not to jump to any conclusions Don't we don't want to make a ideology out of something that may not be there What message would you like to public to take from this when it comes to public safety and school safety protecting children protecting anybody from an active shooter situation I think I think if you look at fire prevention in building of schools we spend millions and millions of dollars locally on local schools to build them so that there is an alarm system There's a sprinkler system We do training of how children get out of the schools Where you meet up afterwards all of this stuff has been ingrained in us since we were small children because we did the same thing I can't remember the last time we had an incident where a group of large group of children died in a fire right The prevention is there It's set There are things that there are professionals that build security for events that maybe this school systems should be brought into that mix even more than they.
The Connection Between Violent Crime and Marijuana Usage
"I got Sean sent me an article about marijuana usage in its residual effects. And just because, you know, correlation denied always mean causation, but at least you have the facts and understanding, you know, according to an article called cannabis causes psychosis, a psychosis caused violence written by a gentleman, a doctor named Alex berenson on May 25th in an article he describes some of the correlations between marijuana usage and violent criminals. Mister, I don't like even like to say the guy's name, but it was confirmed that the shooter and Yuval di had issues with using marijuana. Don't know how much he used, but he was upset because his grandmother and mother allegedly would not let him use marijuana. Nicholas Cruz, which is a Florida high school shooter, was heavily used in marijuana, and that's what he told the police in the police interview. Devin Patrick Kelly, who shot up a Texas church and killed 26 people on 2017 before, you know, obviously killing himself had a THC in his system when he died, Darryl Brooks junior last seen allegedly racing through the walk of Christmas parade, self described as a stoner and here's some statistical data that may become relevant. It says, meanwhile, the cities like Portland, Oregon, have suffered an explosion in violence, following the legalization of cannabis.
"yuval di" Discussed on WTOP
"Apartment just 9 days shy of his 39th birthday the cause of death is not yet known Rob woodwork WTO sports Job stories were following this morning on WTO P four people were killed at a mass shooting Wednesday at a medical building in Tulsa Oklahoma tosses deputy police chief says to shooter is also dead Apparently shot himself The 16 year old Alexandria boy has charged with murdering an Alexandria city high school student last week 18 year old Luis Hernandez was stabbed during a brawl at a shopping center parking lot near the school Montgomery county school officials say they work together with county police on active shooter training they held a joint briefing Wednesday afternoon to answer parents concerns in the wake of last week's shooting in Yuval di county Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes Four 47 hard to believe it's already June and plenty of fun awaits in our June entertainment guide Get ready for Justin Bieber at Capital One arena Kenny Loggins hits Warner theater Herbie Hancock plays Kennedy Center The doobie brothers hit jiffy lube live newfound glory rocks the fillmore DL hughley cracks up the D.C. improv I'm on the way Home Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard rock nets park Patti LaBelle plays MGM national harbor and the Kennedy Center hosts a birthday salute to John Williams See the full guide on WTO P dot com.
"yuval di" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From purchasing a gun now they would have had to have been diagnosed The shooter in Texas and Yuval di had not been Well he had he had actually put things out there on social media Thank you He was going to do this You know that's terroristic threats It's time to follow up on it And it's time to check in on it And see why the guy in Buffalo the same thing Actually the guy in Buffalo threatened his school that he went to Yeah He threatened that ahead of time and nobody paid attention to it Nobody paid attention to him and so he did what he did There's so often warning signs that these things are going to happen You know And FBI ignores them Parkland was the same thing This kid had been in so much trouble in Parkland It was ridiculous and they did nothing about it and Sutherland springs He had committed two felonies he had dismembered his infant son's puppy alive in front of his infant son To getting the quick crime then when the sun didn't quit crying he'd beat him until he fractured his skull He spent a year and a half in jail and when he got out they brought him before a board and he threatened to go get a gun and kill every one of them They were trying to get him out of the air force He threatened to kill everyone of them They put him in a minimal institution Where he escaped out of the mental institution and then they dishonorably discharged him And the federal government the air force did not enter any of it into the instant background Texas Our government is inept in doing anything Do you yourself you're in Texas Do you carry a sidearm Ever where I go So you're packing right now I'm sentinel my back porch and now I'm not packing on my back porch I live out in the middle of a 200 acre piece of property I can see anybody coming up my road I'm not packing at this moment but if I'm out of my house and away from my house I am Stephen willowford is our guest our phone number 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo that's 866-505-4626 We'll get Steven's thoughts on teachers carrying guns in schools when we return on John.
What Do Handguns Have to Do With Uvalde?
"What did handguns have to do with you? Justin Trudeau is responding to Yuval di. I thought it was the dreaded AR-15. No, no, no, no, no. Forget AR-15 confiscation. We need to stop handgun sales in Canada. We're going to stop handgun. All right, so the heck with Canada who cares what they do up there. They're goofy. We got other countries that are nothing like the United States. There's a reason we're the greatest country in the world. And of course, that's one big reminder of what they're capable of trying to do in a place like Canada. I may be France will be next.
"yuval di" Discussed on WTOP
"Which will be automatically loaded on their family's EBT cards County executive Stewart Pittman said the benefit gives critical support to families at a time when inflation is hitting the family grocery budgets hard Money news at 25 and 55 here's Bloomberg's Larry koske This is a Bloomberg money minute The new month begins on Wall Street with stocks not far from where they were a month ago The Dow and S&P eked out narrow gains in May the NASDAQ was lower The market is coming off a choppy but losing session is investors worried about inflation and whether efforts to fight rising prices with higher interest rates would tip the economy into recession As we near the end of a freeze on student loan payments put in place during the pandemic the fed worries that some borrowers may be unable to resume paying more than half of the 11 and a half million borrowers who qualified for forbearance took full advantage and have paid nothing in the last 30 months It's not the opposite itself that makes workers reluctant to return It's the hassle and cost of getting there The Wall Street Journal says urban areas where people live closer to their jobs have a higher back to the office rate From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Larry kofsky on WTO P coming up after traffic and weather will get the latest on the funerals that will held Tuesday for two fourth graders gunned down at rob elementary school and Yuval di Texas 19 more funerals are planned in the coming days It is 1226 I'm an important job And it wasn't just a job it was keeping my brothers and sisters safe And coming back it felt like kind of thrown away It's like you're useless You know we don't really have a need for you now because you can't really do anything for us That's the way I felt If it hadn't been for wounded warrior project I honestly don't know if I would be here It was the camaraderie that I saw and had It was like I got my family back again We all felt the connection you know like that brother and sisterhood See how wounded warrior project empowers women veterans like Donna by visiting wounded warrior project dot org slash empower women vets Thanks.
Uvalde Timeline: What We Now Know
"The gentleman that came out and I forget his name now. I should have wrote it down somewhere. The brave first responded that came out was on The Today Show and he told the story about what happened in that situation. He was not just at a barbershop and, you know, hurt the call from his wife and took a shotgun and ran to the, it didn't occur that way. Initially, his barber heard shots in the area, and informed him, they both received a text message from the school. The first responder received messages from his wife and they both responded to the school. Then once they got there, this gentleman that was the I called him the shotgun guy, he had mentioned that he went to assess the issue at the school went back to his friend's car retrieved a shotgun, his friends gave him as many rounds as he possibly could. He went back to the school and because everybody knows everybody and Yuval di, most of the law enforcement officers know him, he know them. They allowed him to go through past the barrier, I would say, I don't want to call it the outer barrier because that's not what it is. But the outer perimeter, he was able to go into the interior perimeter, where he met up with other officers.
"yuval di" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Business app And at Bloomberg quick take This is Bloomberg radio The president and First Lady Jill Biden are meeting with survivors of the Yuval di Texas school shooting in the families of the victims of last week's mass shooting 19 children and two teachers were killed by a young man who was eventually killed by police The bidens will meet later with first responders and Yuval di earlier they placed flowers at a makeshift memorial outside rob elementary school and before attending mass at a local Catholic Church Senator Cory Booker is not convinced that the Yuval di school shooting will lead to sweeping changes of gun legislation I'm under no illusion that we're going to do the things that need to be done That the majority of Americans overwhelmingly support Republican and Democrat that can create significant safety Appearing on NBC's meet the press the New Jersey Democrat explained that despite public outcry following the tragedy change would be incremental Booker said the key is getting people off the sidelines and into the arena in order to make progress Travelers are dealing with a growing number of flight cancellations over the Memorial Day weekend flight aware says another 900 flights have been canceled today That's on top of nearly 4000 scrubbed on Friday and Saturday Atlanta based Delta Air Lines is experiencing the most trouble with the carrier citing bad weather air traffic control issues and staffing problems House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband is facing DUI charges according to TMZ Paul Pelosi was arrested just before midnight Saturday in Napa county He was reportedly booked into jail on counts of driving under the influence in driving with a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher No other details were provided and it's unclear if he immediately posted the $5000 bail In three One Top Gun:.