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-- Tom Ruskin will come hi how are you.
Some your former NYPD detective.
President of CNP group currently.
You know you saw the report there from Adam you know these guys are now saying great we'll move we can't keep out of tents there -- -- judge said.
You have your -- your your your freedom of speech rights.
Give you the right to protest that you can't sleep there intents.
Can't in the city stipulated to that -- the city said we'll give you First Amendment right that you're gonna stay here even those of private park.
And you can demonstrate but -- he would do so at the safety of your -- the Republicans in general.
Lauren you know today health and detriment of the community around you absolutely so first -- what do you think about that decision.
I think it's the perfect decision -- I think that is it sort of treads the war between poll.
-- -- and listen to police department.
Don't care about demonstrations they deal with it every single -- -- -- -- -- outside of this network other networks they -- used to dealing with controversy.
And they used to dealing with opposing views.
The police department the city as -- say it is very used to this yes.
I think -- you have to weigh the safety and Health -- of the people that -- dealing with.
In this thing on the previous hole and the community the other night a day before the police took this down at the -- owners of America.
This city -- Basically had a demonstration.
Get them out of here yeah there -- affecting going to.
-- in you talk about that fine line that's what I wanted to ask you in terms of the juggling act that the NY PPD has to do as well as police departments around the country.
Where other occupiers -- taking place the protests.
-- we'll talk about that fine line between as you say protecting the community.
Quelling the chaos and also allowing these people to be to grant them their their first amendment rights to it to continue is it.
I know the NYPD is in particular they're they're brilliant.
But when you have -- people like Adam just this report on the idiots who come down there intentionally trying to create.
Problems in in in in -- end in -- the rest of the crowd if they -- and and commit violent acts do you know what do you do.
Would you do would you do you live accordingly and the police department in New York City like LA like Chicago and Miami.
Trained for these type of events they train for the professional agitators who are brought in to woo -- surface.
Out of the woodwork to purposely -- was the situation.
You see the people who chain themselves given money.
-- -- -- The police department came in with bolt -- -- -- at this they kind of lose they are in Missouri jail right.
And if they take over the Brooklyn Bridge as they did the first time that was 75 to eighty arrest.
The first time they tried to take a look the police upon will be prepared the problem is the public is affected by -- type of demonstrations.
When they take over the Brooklyn Bridge would -- demonstrations become.
Violent war disrupt.
-- can they stop them though if you know that their plan is to go to the Brooklyn bridge and if they.
Repeat as they did before they're not just gonna stay in the in the actual pedestrian lanes are gonna go into that the passenger car passengers I -- vehicle lanes.
Who can you stop them from doing that.
You try but that's where the pushing and shoving sometimes and -- and that's where sometimes both sides of videotaping which is not known -- the police department videotapes what it's doing -- the agitators of videotaping what they're doing.
You try and push them back onto the sidewalk using.
Some physical force right at the point in time where they actually take over the vehicle lanes and sit down.
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