Manny Ellis, Hannah Scott, Northwest News Network discussed on Seattle's Morning News

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A world of exciting perks all month long on Lee at the Emerald Queen Casino, the entertainment capital of the northwest. 7 15. Seattle's Morning news on Hannah Scott joins US with an update on several stories involving policing. There is a charging decision expected day in the Tacoma police custody death of Manny Ellis. Dallas police chief has made good on a promise and a state patrol trooper has lost his license to be a cop in this state. Here's Hanna's report that former State patrol Trooper Sean Car the son in law of State Patrol chief Jon Batiste. He resigned last July after the allegations of him having a sexual affair with a woman while on duty came to light. Yesterday, the Criminal Justice Training Commission issued a decision D certifying car effectively barring him from ever being a cop in Washington state again. Story first came to light after a joint investigation with the Northwest News Network and the Seattle Times in his decision yesterday to de Certify car C J. T. C found that he had carried out this sexual affair with a woman while on duty, including two encounters that the panel deemed as non consensual. This case was a test of the state's existing narrow de certification law for police officers, which rarely leads to any officer being be certified. The Legislature has just passed a bill that will broaden the circumstances in which the certification is allowable for an officer. But this case was not under that law, so a significant decision from the C J T C here In Seattle, a promise kept from Seattle police chief Adrian Ds, who had reversed a decision by the office of Police Accountability a couple of weeks ago with the finding of misconduct against the lieutenant who had made the call to deployed tear gas blast balls and pepper spray against a crowd of thousands of mostly peaceful protesters last June on Capitol Hill, in an effort to disperse the crowd at the time to D has explained he was not comfortable holding that lieutenant accountable for the decision..

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