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Officer Martin Preib explains why he feels Kim Foxx is the issue with crime in Chicago

Bob Sirott

Chicago Police Officer Martin Preib joined Bob Sirott to discuss some of the issues CPD officers face in Chicago from crime to community service. Officer Preib also explains why he believes why Cook County’s State’s Attorney Kim Foxx is responsible for many of the issues CPD officers face today. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3878560/Officer_Martin_Preib_092321_2021-09-23-133000.64kmono.mp3 Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx: No time for ‘blame game’

23 Sep 2021

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National Police Association Podcast number 56: Interview with Author and Chicago PD Officer Martin Preib

National Police Association Podcast

QUOTES 03:00 "In addition to all the bloodshed and the cruelty and violence, Chicago's corruption and the breakdown in the law enforcement is having a cultural impact too." 05:54 "With all the anti-police media coverage, people still have more faith in the police than they do the media. The faith in the media is at an all-time low and they never bring it up." 16:13 "I think Kimberly Foxx is a measure for the danger this country's in. I have no respect for her. I don't believe a word she says about anything. I'm very suspect about her political ties, how she came into office." 23:21 "If you toe the party line as a union, you get a lot of support. If you don't, you're out there and you're fair game." 28:46 "I believe that the corruption in journalism far exceeds any corruption in law enforcement though they tell a different story. It's an upside-down and the lies that they can get away with." ------------------------------ SUMMARY In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, Sgt. Betsy Smith interviews Martin Preib of the Chicago Police Department. Today, Martin discusses the change in public sentiment towards law enforcement and the likely political motivations behind it. He talks about the irreparable damage that the far left may have done in vilifying police and the unfair treatments between teachers' unions with police unions. Martin also shares how appreciative he is to President Trump for his leadership during these difficult times. ------------------------------ HIGHLIGHTS 00:36 Being a cop in Chicago, then and now 07:45 Political motivations behind Black Lives Matter 14:07 Illegal gun charges in Chicago and Kim Foxx 21:43 Unfair treatment of teachers and police unions ------------------------------ RESOURCES National Police Association

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23 Aug 2020

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Roberta Glass : Martin Preib - Innocence Activists Framed An Innocent Man

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Roberta Glass : Martin Preib - Innocence Activists Framed An Innocent Man

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10 Feb 2020

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Roberta Glass of the True Crime Report interviews Martin Preib on how Innocence Activists framed an Innocent Man.

William Ramsey Investigates

Roberta Glass of the True Crime Report interviews Martin Preib on how innocence activists framed an innocent man.Talking to "Crooked City" author Martin Preib about Alstory Simon and how Northwestern's Medill Innocence Project framed a guilty man in order to abolish Illinois' Death Penalty.This episode was Produced by: Ati Abdo MacDonaldBuy Crooked City here: https://www.amazon.com/Crooked-City-Martin-Preib/dp/1495485315Ricky Shaw Interview: https://youtu.be/vfEQgjOFsE0The Watch Blog & Podcast: https://fop7blog.org

39mins

8 Feb 2020

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Roberta Glass of the True Crime Report interviews Martin Preib on how Innocence Activists framed an Innocent Man.

William Ramsey Investigates

Roberta Glass of the True Crime Report interviews Martin Preib on how innocence activists framed an innocent man.Talking to "Crooked City" author Martin Preib about Alstory Simon and how Northwestern's Medill Innocence Project framed a guilty man in order to abolish Illinois' Death Penalty.This episode was Produced by: Ati Abdo MacDonaldBuy Crooked City here: https://www.amazon.com/Crooked-City-Martin-Preib/dp/1495485315Ricky Shaw Interview: https://youtu.be/vfEQgjOFsE0The Watch Blog & Podcast: https://fop7blog.org

39mins

8 Feb 2020

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Martin Preib on How Innocence Activists Framed An Innocent Man

Roberta Glass True Crime Report

Talking to "Crooked City" author Martin Preib about Alstory Simon and how Northwestern's Medill Innocence Project framed a guilty man in order to abolish Illinois' Death Penalty. This episode was Produced by: Ati Abdo MacDonald Buy Crooked City here: https://www.amazon.com/Crooked-City-Martin-Preib/dp/1495485315Ricky Shaw Interview: https://youtu.be/vfEQgjOFsE0The Watch Blog & Podcast: https://fop7blog.org

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7 Oct 2019

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Clear and Convincing - Alstory Simon with Martin Preib & William Crawford

Talk Radio 49

In 1999, Alstory Simon pled guilty to a crime he didn’t commit.  His plea came about after a private investigator and a Northwestern journalism professor and his students investigating a 1982 double murder case in Chicago decided that Simon was the “real killer” and fabricated evidence that led to Simon’s coerced and false confession.  The killer, Anthony Porter, was released from prison as a result of their investigation.  Not satisfied with freeing Porter, the investigator, professor and students gave false testimony to two grand juries convened in the case.  Simon was indicted by the second grand jury, based on the false testimony offered by Porter’s advocates.  Simon spent the next 15 years challenging his plea.  He was released in 2014.  Join Lisa O’Brien and Michael Carnahan on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, at 8:00 p.m. CDT,  for an interview with Martin Preib a Chicago police officer and the author of Crooked City, whose work on the documentary Murder in the Park helped free Simon from prison and William Crawford, a former reporter, writer and legal affairs columnist for the Chicago Tribune and the author of Justice Perverted:  How The Innocence Project at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism Sent an Innocent Man to Prison.   We’re a live show and calls are always welcome at (347) 989-1171.In Memory of William “Bill” AllenLoving Husband, Son, Brother, Father and GrandfatherJanuary 1, 1956 to June 17, 2018

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27 Jun 2018