"I have to tell you, you know, the laws are so horrendously stacked against us, because for years and years, they've been made to protect the criminal".
When President Trump entered the theater at Suffolk County Community College around 2:15 p.m., the 300 officers in the audience and seated behind him on the stage gave him a standing ovation.
'If you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of them, would you?' he said. "If you begin to play judge and jury and allow people to get hurt, through your negligence or through your intentions, you are violating the law and you're no bigger than the people that are out there breaking the law intentionally".
"Managing use of force is one of the most hard challenges faced by law enforcement agencies", stated the International Association of Chiefs of Police, according to Chicago Tribune.
But the bottom line is this: The war against MS-13 is being won, and it's being won despite the Left's Iron Curtain.
Human rights groups and activists immediately condemned Trump's words as well, saying they were particularly troubling at a time when police departments across the country are facing scrutiny for the excessive use of violence. "You can take your hand away, OK?" "And we're backing you 100 percent".
Looking around the crowd of protesters, Mr. Serrano said, "This reinforces my hope that we are going to be able to fight against this president and the machine, and all the hate that's going on". Friday, President Trump pledged to wipe them out.
However, he singled out one Republican official - the only one of the many he recognized from the dais who was not actually in the room.
The president was speaking to police in Long Island, who are dealing with increased gang violence fueled by the local rise of the notorious Latin street gang MS-13.
All but a few of those charged in the deaths were citizens of El Salvador or Honduras who entered the USA illegally, according to law enforcement officials.
Japan is the top destination for US chilled and frozen beef, with trade valued at $581 million this year through May. Aso told reporters the government is explaining the move to the United States and other countries.
For those of you who hadn't been checking for it, here's a quick look at what Marvel Studios presented at Comic-Con. T'Challa, not wearing his Black Panther costume but simple suit instead, swoops in to stop Klaue from getting away.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and senior leader Anandiben Patel were also in attendance during the nomination procedure. The resignation of two more MLAs on Friday has reduced Congress's tally to 52 in the 182-seat assembly.
Recent study findings have determined the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has had no effect on emergency room visits in Maryland. Senate will ultimately consider would kick more than 700,000 Washingtonians out of health coverage.
The ministers were reportedly reviewing the initial decision on installing the metal detectors and weighing possible alternatives. Since then, Muslims have been praying outside the compound gates in protest against the controversial security measures .
And the situation was eerily reminiscent of a similar scenario involving McCain's good friend, the late Democratic Sen. Her West Virginia constituents reportedly will be the most-harmed by her ObamaCare repeal vote.
It now heads to the Senate - where Democrats have a significant strength - before it can be signed into law by the U.S. president. Andy Biggs, R-Gilbert, focused on the fact that Congress had "taken the first significant step to build the wall".
Jenner referred to an old tweet Trump wrote as a presidential candidate, in which he promised to "fight for " LGBTQ people. Military chiefs recently announced a delay on allowing transgender people to enlist.
In 1999, the Indian Army had taken control Himalayan posts in the Ladakh, after putting up a fight for 60 days. According to ANI, Adityanath said, "26 July 1999 ko sena ne Pak ko peeche hatne pe majboor kiya tha".
French PM visits areas worst hit by wildfires
The French prime minister, Edouard Philippe, has travelled to areas struck by wildfires in France's Cote d'Azur region. Firefighters said they were exhausted and needed more manpower and equipment.
Ravi teja sit interrogation today
The actress, who was grilled for more than six hours stated that she smokes and consumes alcohol but has never taken drugs. The SIT has summoned 12 persons from the film industry, including directors and actors, for questioning in the case.
In Pics: Gujarat floods wreak havoc
Narmada Mahotsav and Swagat Online program scheduled on tomorrow also cancelled due to heavy rain and flood. In the last 24 hours, Ahmedabad alone has received 200 mm of rainfall, according to official figures.
Fed policy meeting in focus this week
Steady job creation in the economy has pushed the US unemployment rate to 4.3 percent, near a 16-year low. The dollar jumped 0.7 percent against the Swiss franc to 0.9590 franc, its highest in almost a week.
Twitter Shares Plummet After It Reports No Usage Growth In Q2
The company said it expected adjusted underlying earnings (EBITDA) will be between US$130mln and US$150mln in the third quarter. For its part, Twitter has encouraged investors to focus on other areas for user engagement. "It always was and always will be".
Red Sox shut out in Seattle
With one out, Seager got an infield single, hitting the ball between first baseman Mitch Moreland and second baseman Pedroia. Devers hit two home runs and had an OPS of 1.047 in those nine games with Pawtucket, continuing to show he can wield a bat.