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Was Arbery killing a hate crime? Jury to hear dueling views

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Was Arbery killing a hate crime? Jury to hear dueling views

"Closing arguments are scheduled for today on whether the Ahmad armory killing was a hate crime a jury in Georgia will hear arguments from prosecutors and defense attorneys on whether the twenty twenty killing of Ahmad Arbor rate was a federal hate crime the three white men involved have already been convicted of murder for chasing and killing the twenty five year old black man father and son Greg and Travis make Michael along with the neighbor have all pleaded not guilty to the hate crime charges regardless of the outcome to make Michaels have been sentenced to life in prison without parole for their murder convictions neighbor William Roddy Brian also received a life sentence with parole possible only after he served at least thirty years I'm Shelley Adler

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Arbery's shooter back on stand as Black pastors plan rally

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Arbery's shooter back on stand as Black pastors plan rally

"The man who fatally shot Ahmad Arbor re it's expected to return to the witness stand for cross examination Evan Smith Michael is one of three white men charged with murder in the death of armory he testified Tuesday that he shot armory in self defense armory was chased and shot after being seen running in make Michael's neighborhood make Michael says he made a split second life or death decision when Arbor he grabbed his gun and tried to take it away he's expected to face aggressive questioning by prosecutors who contend there was no justification for Mick Michael and his father to arm themselves and chase armory when he ran past their home I'm my camp in

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So The Guardian devastating, Ahmad arbor's family weighs in an almost entirely white jury. Mother Jones, judge okay's racist jury selection in trial over Ahmad Arbery's killing. New York Times nearly all white jury in arbury killing draw scrutiny. Now the facts and circumstances around the Ahmad Arbery indictment an issue, I am not caught up on. And I will get into it. At a later date. And also, we have a lot of questions around Kyle rittenhouse. We did cover that just so everyone's clear. We get these emails. Charlie, why aren't you talking about this? Just listen to every episode before you ask, why are we aren't talking about it? We did a whole thing on Kyle rittenhouse with Jack for sober, we were one of the few shows to actually talk about Kyle rittenhouse and new evidence shows that he was acting in self defense. And not anywhere near what the indictment shows. But anyway, that's a separate issue. But here's a really this is such an important and I think a very informative window into the nation we're living in right now. So you have The Guardian The New York Times I could go on. Mother Jones, Huffington Post, say that this is racist because of white jurors. Basically saying automatically that white jurors are going to judge in a way against a marred arbury and in favor of the white police, simply because of their skin color. Here's a massive difference between where conservatives are today, and where the tribalists are today. Massive difference. If you said, hey Charlie, we have a Supreme Court to assemble. You have two choices, okay? You could have 9, liberal, white men, on the United States Supreme Court, or you could have 9 lesbian, black women on the U.S. Supreme Court, which would you choose? It wouldn't be a question. I would choose the ones that are conservative..

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on Buried Truths

Buried Truths

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on Buried Truths

"Is being able to admit he won't call it evidence or information about a aubrey's pass and it was ruled that that cannot play a role in this trial. What was the defense hoping to be able to garner with that. If it would have been allowed well. I think a couple of things rose i think number one. They wanted to let the jury had the impression that may be ahmad. Armory was not just innocently out for a jog that day that he was a perhaps going to get into some trouble. He was trying to break into this house under construction. The idea is to suggest to the jury. He's not squeaky clean. And you shouldn't treat him as somebody who's completely innocent in any of this. The second issue of course and even more importantly is to suggest that there was a legitimate reason for the mcmichael's to pursue him a aubrey and to try to detain him. That day i mean that's going to be the entire defense. I've heard their lawyers speaking the media. I know their lawyers well. And they're going to rely on the defense of citizens arrest in this case and for them to do that. They have to be able to suggest to the jury. There was a need for an arrest and so his past from the defense side is relevant to show that he could have been engaged in criminal activity at that time. Hank what do you want to follow up with. What pay just talked about unless something happens in the court in which the judge himself says you know he knows the statute and the the the statute says that the people who are imposing the citizens arrest have to actually witness the the felonious activity and that there's been no suggestion that the mcmichael's or roddy. Brian saw anything that went on inside the house. And unless he throws it out. That'll become an argument for the lawyers during during the trial rose. I'd like to go back on one thing for my having to do with the fact that the defense cannot now bring in ahmad arbor's pass record. Not only does it take out a huge you know the the fangs from their defense. I think but it. It shifts their responsibility. Now to elevate the people who are on trial and to overcome what we know will be. The prosecution claim that they act with racist intent and they we know from the preliminary hearing. They have several examples. Particularly of travis mcmichael and roddy brian using racist terminology semi racist text messages or instagram postings and things such as that but we also know from the motions that they filed at the bond hearing that is they being the defense attorneys that they have a case they want to make. These guys are not racist and they have commendations from people that which they tried to save the life of a black man or they have One of travis mcmichael's coastguard roommates Who is african american saying. He is a fine person. he's a good guy. I've never seen that kind of behavior or heard that kind of language from him. So that's gonna be a point of contention. I think at trial particularly now that they cannot elevate the the ahmad arbor's past and i say they can't they will be able to and page knows is better than i should the prosecution slip up and some way and open the door to that. Correct me if i'm wrong. Gentlemen there are reports. That one of the mcmichael's used the inward either directly after the shooting or as aubrey was or was is that hearsay. No that's it was roddy. Brian apparently said that however That that he heard. Travis mcmichael say it as a moderate is lying on the ground and frankly he could've even still been alive and and he uses the n..

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

08:28 min | 10 months ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"But at the end of the day wasn't really trespassing. Was there a sign. Did he take something. Is it criminal trespass. Was there wire copper taken which some you know bad guys sometimes do at places and then they sell it but he had nothing in his hands he had potential to be there out of interest. And did anyone ever tell him not to be there. Was he in fact. Trespassing and at the end of the day does it. Even matter i mean is that a reason to chase someone and then you know they die. I think that's the point is going to get to a lot of folks that you know he. He shouldn't be. This shouldn't have happened. So who instigates the whole thing. And i think that's going to be a big challenge for the defense because they're the ones instigating the confrontation if you're gonna ledge self defense. It's a tough argument if you are instigating the initial confrontation. So we'll see how that goes. But here's here's what they're gonna say. Because kevin gov continued in his argument and the reason he's he's saying listen he could be committing carjacking. Is that the defense needs to come up. With the reason why they are confronting ahmad armory. And it's because of georgia's citizen arrest law. Let's take a listen. This is this. Is this a a love. Not the testimony defend is going to justify carjacking or charge router that is already in the immediate presence of gregory traps michael authorizing the data to seasons arrest. Both fries or attempted. And that's interesting. He's trying to get away from the ahmad arbor walking through that home. That's under construction. Because none of the three men who were chasing him witnessed him do that. So he's trying to make the leap that well roddy. Brian wissant witnessed him trying to enter his car. His palm print is on the on the door of the car. He's trying to enter the car and a reasonable jury could say hey. He's trying to carjack. Brian looking for an end around here. They also have to explain why his prints and are on on the trucks right because prosecution is saying that they rammed him with the truck which added to amman sphere. In all of this it would anybody. But i think that that's how they're going to explain away. That's why his prints are on there because he was actually trying to take our truck. He was trying to take our gun. We don't you know maybe that's what the defense is going to be here and we get back again to the words of the the defendants themselves because in their minds and this is the part that's going to be. I don't know how they handle it. Trial in their minds. They are doing nothing wrong. Even at the point that amman. Aubrey is dead in the street. And police are talking to the mic. Michaels into roddy brian. There's no acknowledgement that this went south. It was like well we had to do it. We had no other choice. You know we're we're you know in our minds we're allowed to make the citizens arrest this guy's going around. He's burglarizing our neighborhood. And for travis mcmichael the son. He left his vehicle unlocked and when he left vehicle unlocked. Someone took the gun out of his car so he knew that he was the victim of that right and then someone was walking into this construction site and then he put tuned to together and said well if someone went into my car sold the gun. It had to be the guy who was walking through the construction site so my understanding in the way i interpret. His actions is that in his mind. It's the same person. It's the same person who keeps coming back to the neighborhood walking through the construction say. That's the one who took my gun. I'm going to go get him. we need to. We need to get him. And i think that that is why. This case is so polarizing for a lot of people. And i think that that point that you're making is actually going to be used for the prosecution as well because they're gonna say he's being profiled and they were going after him because they were profiling him so. I think that that is something. That's going to be made into a point. And they still have yet to define in terms of carjacking versus hijacking and burglary versus criminal trespass. Getting that but that is yet to be defined terms as we head into trial and how people potential jurors will interpret those those terms and i think where the defense is going to go with. All this is just trying to narrow the scope of what happened that day. But let's take a listen to the da because the da after all these allegations of carjacking and everything else was livid. Take a listen allowing crystal clear. The defendant mr. Brian hit mr arbor with his truck. That's his palm prints on it. That's why his tee-shirt fibers on it because he assaulted him with a five thousand pound lethal weapon known as a pickup truck and yes maybe disturbing did try and push off that truck. After being hit with it i get the defense wants to characterize that some other way as if mr artery was committing a crime after being assaulted a five thousand pound pickup track a lethal weapon that could have killed as mr bryant pushed him off the road and into a ditch which he by the way demonstrate it to agent seacrest in his march thirteen twenty twenty video. It's offensive that this has been turned into. The victim was trying to commit a carjacking. State is not going to argue that. He's entitled committed carjacking. Because mr was not committing carjacking he was not committing any felony mr abrahams trying to save his life from that man who is trying to hit him with a pickup truck. There's no acknowledgement here from the defense or from any the defendants at any point as to what ahmad rb may have been thinking all this time. You're let's say he's he's literally going for a run. Okay and i again. The facts will come out in trial and we'll figure it out the jury tell us but if he's going for a run and you're running through neighborhood and there's one pickup following you then there's a second one trying to follow you then stops in the middle of the road. There's a guy on the back of the pickup truck and then they've got guns. I mean what is going through your mind other than for some reason. These men are hunting me down. And that's the point that i don't think they ever could. They can't put themselves into into the mindset of ahmad armory and how he's interpreting. What's happening here. I think about that all time. Especially when i look at the video but then i also go back to the fundamentals here because if you say you did something wrong in. Somebody's house or say you did. Try to carjack somebody. Is that a reason for that person to die and is that a reason that a killer should be acquitted of of a crime because you have situations where serial killers go after prostitutes. They're committing a crime but if the ciller serial killer commit committed a crime against someone that was committed a crime. Does that mean. They shouldn't pay the price for the notion of of the the vigilantism of it all is taking the law into your own hands and then it comes back to the citizens arrest. Is it a lawful citizens arrest. Is it an unlawful citizen's arrest. Is it self at the end or are they committing felony murder. This this one can make many different turns. The legal arguments will be fascinating and the way the facts develop as well but when we come back i want what i want to do is take a closer look at one of the three defendants. And that is roddy brian. Because he's the one of the three that does not have a gun. He's the one who's recording the whole thing and during the course on my show on court. Tv i.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on KOMO

"News station Coma news 1000 FM 97 7 In the seven months since he and his police colleagues executed a warrant on Briana Taylor's apartment that resulted in her being killed. In a tale of 32 bullets, Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly says he's pondered what they could have done differently. More from a B C's Alex Perez after months of protests across the country, and demands that the officers be fired and criminally charged for the first time officer Jonathan Mattingly, one of the officers who carried out that search warrant at Briana Taylor's apartment and fired his weapon six times. Is speaking out exclusively to ABC News and the Louisville Courier Journal. There were marches there have been protests. What was your feelings, watching all that unfold after this? Mostly frustration because there was so much disinformation out. This is not relatable to George Floyd. This is nothing like it. It's not Ahmad Arbor. It's nothing like it. It's not a race thing like people want to try to make it to be. It's not. This is a point where we're doing our job. We return fire. This is not us going hunting somebody down. This is not kneeling on the neck. This is nothing like that. Mattingly, insisting the incident was not about race. But police procedure and earlier nearly three weeks after that grand jury hearing a judge now allowing all 12 jurors to speak publicly about the proceedings, one juror, releasing a statement saying the grand jury was not presented any charges other than the three Wanton endangerment charges against Detective Hankerson, adding that they did not have homicide offenses explained to them, Officer. Mattingly says he and the other officers announced themselves that night. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, investigators say shot him in the leg. When the officers barged into the apartment. We announced we waited Walker telling investigators he fired because he didn't know who was bursting through the door. Police body camera video showing.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on KOMO

"Was asked if you do anything differently, Not much. Look, it's all over the world. You have a lot of great leaders. There are a lot of smart people. All over the world that came out of China. China should have stopped the president on Sinclair TV's America this week with Eric Bolling since last month. China, Japan, South Korea and Hongkong each reported fewer than 1000 new cases of Corona virus a day. Kobe Tracking Project says U S. States reported 61,000 new cases today called the deaths they're rising in over a dozen states. Many hospitals say they're jammed Ohio Governor Mike DeWine again asking people to wear masks. Watch hands. Keep a distance. We now have more people. Who have covert who are in our hospitals in hospital beds than any other time During this pandemic, Philadelphia may be entering a dangerous period in the cove at 19 pandemic, according to the health commissioner. An officer involved in the No knock warrant that left Rianna Taylor dead. Breaking his silence and an interview with ABC News in Louisville's Courier Journal Officer Jonathan Mattingly says he felt mostly frustrated as he watched months of protests following Taylor's death. This is not relatable to George Floyd. This is nothing like it's not Ahmad Arbor. It's nothing like he says. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, opened fire as police entered, so they returned fire. This is not us going hunt somebody down. This is not kneeling on the neck. This is nothing like that. Mattingly was shot in the leg. Margaret Malard ABC News Tropical Storm Absalon has gained new strength is expected to become a hurricane before it approaches Bermuda. One set of human remains and possibly a second have been found in Tulsa, Oklahoma Cemetery, where investigators are searching for victims in the 1921 Tulsa Race massacre. The state archaeologist says the remains were found in a coffin. In an area where funeral home records show massacre victims are buried. Listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the CO Moh evening news Nice sunset over the Pacific Northwest downtown Seattle. Now we have 57 degrees. Come on news time. 602. I'm ELISA Jaffe with Rick Vance Ice and here. The top stories from the camo 24 7 News Center. A state health department says Corona VIRUS case numbers are rising at an alarming rate in Western Washington Come with Charlie Harder tells us some public health, laters warn of tighter restrictions. Leaders from the state Department of Health say case numbers in King Pierson's and homeless counties are up sharply, and we could be entering the feared fall, Serge Dr. Chris Spinners with this homeless health district says this is riel and we could be headed back to a situation like we faced in March, both in terms of hospital capacity and then consequently, the measures that would need to be taken to bring things back under control. He says. The basic still apply masks need to be worn. Avoid large gatherings even keep the windows on your car rolled down. If you're riding with someone you don't live with. Charlie Harder come. O'Neil's and governor James Lee says college and university campuses are a major part of the problem, he says. There have been 35 outbreaks and more than 800 cases, mostly happening in student housing. We just got to get these outbreaks under control. And I want to reiterate we care about the students. They have incredible futures in the state Washington But we care about their family members, their fathers and the mothers, their neighbors, their fellow churchgoers, and we just need to act here..

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hour. I'm Vincent Cunningham in for David Remnick. When we look back at everything that's gone on in 2020, our heads will fill with images empty City streets. Ah Field Hospital set up in Central Park and the image of George Floyd's death at the knee of a policeman, which I think will remember as a turning point in America's reckoning with race. Just weeks before George Floyd, there was another unwatchable, haunting video. Which might have kindled the fire that soon blazed up across the country. That video showed a young black man named Ahmad Armory. Gunned down by white men. One of those men took the video. And no one was arrested for the crime for 2.5 months. Why How The six month anniversary of Ahmad Arbor. His death producer Caroline Lester takes a very close look at what happened in the aftermath. The Brunswick News is a daily paper covering southeast Georgia. Terry Hobbs is a reporter for the paper. He's got the police speak. I was home and just stay in age of journalism, and especially in a small community like this. I picked it up on Facebook. There's a group here that runs golden. Our scanner updates and somebody's listening to the scanner almost all the time. And they picked up on scanner that the person that shot possibly killed in scintilla shores. I remember that I was lying on the couch and I got this call from a unknown number. Wanda Cooper Jones is Ahmad, our Berries. Mother. I knew something had happened in France is really bad. And then I'm just holding the phone waiting for him to tell me which one of the kids, isn't it? This isn't Marquis so easy. Tomato. I got in touch with the police PR. He gave me a little bit of information that yes, there was a burglary suspect. Hey, was shot is deceased and the reaction? It was no reaction. I don't know. I didn't feel anything that is. It's a feeling and I.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"From ABC news I'm Richard cancer going no where a police reform bill crafted by Senate Republicans failed to get enough votes to move to the Senate floor the bill mandates nothing and minority leader Charles Schumer says that is the problem bill doesn't ban chokeholds it doesn't ban no knock warrants it does nothing to stop racial profiling the militarization of police or reform used to for standards and qualified immunity on Thursday the house will pass the democratic reform bill in Atlanta area prosecutor running the case of the video recorded killing of black jogger Ahmad Arbor in southeast Georgia has secured grand jury indictments of the three white men accused prosecutor joy at home service nine charges are malice murder four counts of felony murder and four felonies under which the predicate for the felony murder charges with cases of covert nineteen on the rise in numerous states New York New Jersey and Connecticut were numbers are dwindling are going to require the travelers from stage with rising numbers quarantine themselves for two weeks and they come here new Jersey governor Phil Murphy that's a really smart commonsense step up particularly as we have the the three states have really broken the back of this virus the International Monetary Fund revised its projection of how big a bite the pandemic will take out of the global economy in April I met said it would be three percent now expected to shrink by just under five percent this year as for the US be prepared they believe it will shrink eight percent for contacts that would be the worst such annual decline since the U. S. economy demobilized in the aftermath of World War two ABC's Tom rivers in London bear getting out its checkbook paying up to almost eleven billion dollars to settle litigation over the weed killer roundup made by Monsanto subsidiary it's faced thousands of lawsuits over claims it causes cancer you're listening to ABC news this is an advertisement paid on attorney spokesperson regular block admitted Massachusetts only Sokolov law LLC.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on KOMO

"Where a police reform bill crafted by Senate Republicans failed to get enough votes to move to the Senate floor the bill mandates nothing and minority leader Charles Schumer says that is the problem bill doesn't ban chokeholds it doesn't ban no knock warrants it does nothing to stop racial profiling the militarization of police or reform use of force standards and qualified immunity on Thursday the house will pass a democratic reform bill in Atlanta area prosecutor running the case of the video recorded killing a black jogger Ahmad Arbor in southeast Georgia has secured grand jury indictments of the three white men accused prosecutor joy at home says nine charges are malice murder four counts of felony murder and four felonies under which the predicate for the felony murder charges with cases of covert nineteen on the rise in numerous states New York New Jersey and Connecticut were numbers are dwindling are going to require the travelers from stage with rising numbers quarantine themselves for two weeks and they come here New Jersey governor Phil Murphy that's a really smart commonsense step up particularly as we have the the three states have really broken the back of this virus the International Monetary Fund revised its projection of how big a bite the pandemic will take out of the global economy in April I met said it would be three percent now expected to shrink by just under five percent this year as for the US be prepared they believe it will shrink eight percent for contacts that would be the worst such annual decline since the U. S. economy demobilized in the aftermath of World War two ABC's Tom rivers in London bear getting out its checkbook paying up to almost eleven billion dollars to settle litigation over the weed killer roundup made by its Monsanto subsidiary.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"O. D. from ABC news I'm Richard cancer going no where a police reform bill crafted by Senate Republicans failed to get enough votes to move to the Senate floor the bill mandates nothing and minority leader Charles Schumer says that is the problem bill doesn't ban chokeholds it doesn't ban no knock warrants it does nothing to stop racial profiling the militarization of police or reform use of force standards and qualified immunity on Thursday the house will pass a democratic reform bill in Atlanta area prosecutor running the case of the video recorded killing of black jogger Ahmad Arbor in southeast Georgia has secured grand jury indictments of the three white men accused prosecutor joy at home service nine charges are malice murder four counts of felony murder and four felonies under which the predicate for the felony murder charges with cases of covert nineteen on the rise in numerous states New York New Jersey and Connecticut were numbers are dwindling are going to require the travelers from stage with rising numbers quarantine themselves for two weeks and they come here New Jersey governor Phil Murphy that's a really smart commonsense step up particularly as we have the the three states have really broken the back of this virus the International Monetary Fund revised its projection of how big a bite the pandemic will take out of the global economy in April I met said it would be three percent now expected to shrink by just under five percent this year as for the US be prepared they believe it will shrink eight percent for contacts that would be the worst such annual decline since the U. S. economy demobilized in the aftermath of World War two ABC's Tom rivers in London bear getting out its checkbook paying up to almost eleven billion dollars to settle litigation over the weed killer roundup made by Monsanto subsidiary it's faced thousands of lawsuits over claims it causes cancer you're listening to ABC news from the W. Y. O. D. twenty four hour traffic.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on WTOP

"Change with the police department CBS news update on that paper well one of the first steps toward law enforcement reform is expected to take place this week in the house WTOP's Mitchell Miller today on the hill the house judiciary committee plans to vote on Wednesday on a series of reforms proposed by Democrats the panel's chairman congressman Jerry Nadler has outlined some of the goals of the bill hold police accountable in a meaningful way increase transparency and requiring encourage greater use of body cameras the house's top Republican Kevin McCarthy has signaled a willingness to work across the aisle conceptually there are things that would be similar that we could address that I think we can work together on Senate Republicans meanwhile will formally unveiled their proposals this week as well and while there's overlap a lot of differences will need to be hammered out between lawmakers on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news meantime president trump is expected to sign an order tomorrow that focuses on police reform as he signed an executive order encouraging police to modernize their use of force standards the president will host families who say their loved ones were wrongly killed by police a lawyer for the family of Ahmad Arbor ray the Georgia man shot by neighbors while he was jogging says his relatives will also meet with the president their attorney tells CBS news will also be on Capitol Hill lobbying to reduce funding for police department CBS White House correspondent Steven Portnoy four thirty three and a huge legal victory today for LGBTQ rights the Supreme Court has ruled that it's unconstitutional for an employer to fire someone over their sexual orientation or gender identity the six three ruling encompass two decisions one for gay people and one for the transgender community the Supreme Court ruling out provides a completely new legal definition under federal anti discrimination laws of what it means to be fired on the basis of sex that term used to.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Also offering sympathy to the families of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and Ahmad Arbor more peaceful protest condemning the death of George Floyd in the Birmingham area tonight this rally invested via hills late today organized by the group Alabama rally against injustice the same group who hosted rallies in Homewood and mountain brook earlier this week you A. B. doctors nurses and employees are staging their own former protest today called white coats for black lives matter the group kneeling outside on the green some in the lobby kneeling for more than eight minutes the mayors of cities inside Shelby County tonight are putting out a message that they believe black lives matter the county mayors association released a statement highlighting their commitment to racial equity including this passage our it knowledge meant that while all lives do matter the lies that feel threatened at this moment in our history are the black lives and they certainly do matter to us Montebello's mayor says it's important to start healing the main takeaway is that in Shelby County we hear the response loud and clear in the community that we understand and that we are not just reacting we want to be proactive we want to put a message out there the black glass do matter in Shelby County that we care that we want to write what has been wrong and we want to support our school community bring him here Randall Woodfin tonight saying he is a strong defender of the first amendment less than twenty four hours after the arrest of a journalist and bring him following a protest last night Michael here it writes for the roots.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Vera the strategy is getting murdered in the streets there's no protest what's up with that road Youngstown Warren explained it to me can you do that yeah I I think I can I think it's part of a larger issue with that as far as have been trouble no no no no no no I'm I'm I mean I'm not a big deal hello everybody understood but I'm trying to figure out what's going on I did a search you too well all right thank you thanks for open up the canon words and words then hang and hang it up later so the the protest came on the back the heels of the Ahmad Arbor case in Brunswick we're talk to Tony Thomas in Brunswick in just a second and then the the George Floyd case obviously and the video of both that that really I mean this is going on for a long time for years the the the heightened worry in the African American community about how they are being policed it's a broader issue it's not just what's going on with the with law enforcement officers and the African American community it's it's a lot of things that are broader than that and we'll we'll deal we'll need a bigger conversation but when would you see that video the George Floyd video in particular where it was just slope so blatantly obvious that it was not necessary for that officer do what he did I allowed we don't think we've seen a video of that magnitude of that severity we involving a police officer and a white kid as you said a police officer to Hispanic kid and I've got friends in and relatives that are African American and they they have a different experience with police officers than than I do than Chuck does than long gory and that perhaps might have where I'm not worried the only thing I worry about if I get pulled over is getting a ticket they worry about a lot more than just getting a ticket and that's I mean books we could talk for hours about it but that is my thirty second replied to your question there when we come back more recalls.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on The Nod

"Brianna Taylor Ahmad Armory George Floyd Tony. mcdaid, the names of the latest black lives lost to racist violence. These murderers are reminder that this brutality isn't just a current trend is the excited state of affairs this country today we're taking a moment to acknowledge their lives in talk about how we're processing it all this is the not. We make this show we make it the intent to make black people smile. Make it as a way to celebrate our culture to feel a bit like an escape, but these moments we can't ignore them. There can be no culture to celebrate if we aren't allowed to cherish it. We were recording this on Thursday. May Twenty eighth, two thousand, nine hundred ninety five days since Ahmad, artery was murdered by two white men in Georgia. One of those men was a retired cop. Seventy six days since Brianna Taylor was gunned down in her own home by police in Louisville and just three days since George Floyd was brutally suffocated by Minneapolis police. Yesterday thousands of people took to the streets for a second night protesting and to draw national attention to their demands for justice on behalf of George Floyd and this is all in the midst of global pandemic and financial crisis, both of which are disproportionately affecting black people. There's no way to adequately verbalize the collective. Sorrow in anger we feel. But. We WanNA speak to this tragedy in the best way we can. So Brittany you know with everything happening in our day to day lives I just want to take some time and decompress with you. How are you feeling? Like I was already doing a lot of just emotional overhaul and management. -partment allies with Cova in itself. As you know many people close to me very close to me got pretty sick. Not Everybody made it. It's been hard. I think in general, sometimes, just trying to get in the mode of being entertaining as we need to for the show. Yeah, this time it's been really tough. I also have lost people. Close to me, yeah, I've been trying really hard. It's kind of like push through you know. Keep focusing like this is a temporary situation, and so with this week. Kind of being reminded of these things that put me in space of. No, this isn't temporary. There's this larger pattern and things that are kind of always at play. Just pushed me into a feeling like everything in Phnom at the same time I think that for a variety of reasons. We're. Experiencing, compounded trauma when you add. Witnessing these deaths of black people, all of that mental gymnastics, in addition to those of us who are still going outside to go to work or going to the store. It's maddening. It's a lot to carry, and you had at once. Social Media and kind of like all these digital tools and we have our disposal. Like some of the only spaces we have to be able to interact with our community. And so to have that exist as this place that is really triggering for a variety of reasons is hard, and it's like it leaves you. Are Uncertain of kind of where to turn, and it's feels especially tough, because like we can't be outside and feel safe, but we also aren't safe in our homes. Brianna Taylor was at home. I have not yet gone outside to run by myself. And I realized that it's likely because of what happened to Ahmad Barberie. Being able to go outside for a walk, run like one of the only ways that I could actually maintain. My mental health it having that tool kind of taken away from me is mentioning what your brain eventually becomes trained to protect you from, and I think that's really important to put in context, the degree of feeling and emotion that people are feeling who have in this moment still gone out to protest for justice I know for a fact that everyone out there is also thinking about how potentially dangerous that is, but to me, it feels like a testament to the sometimes hopelessness anger the rage, just all these emotions in the strength of them, and how much we've been feeling them the entire time. I also seen critique. Come about that. As! Women and Trans folks gender non conforming black. Folks have been killed. You know through state violence. They, haven't garnered the same volume turn outrage. Thinking a lot about like my wh hope means to me now, because frankly feeling extremely hopeless. We've had the do this before. We've done all of this before, but if there's anything that I do have hope for I hope in black folks capacity to love each other more and to really get behind the idea that all black lives matter it is affecting all of us. Some black people disproportionally, and we need to talk about that and we can only really do it if we're all using our voice.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on The Nod

"Brianna Taylor Ahmad Armory George Floyd Tony. mcdaid, the names of the latest black lives lost to racist violence. These murderers are reminder that this brutality isn't just a current trend is the excited state of affairs this country today we're taking a moment to acknowledge their lives in talk about how we're processing it all this is the not. We make this show we make it the intent to make black people smile. Make it as a way to celebrate our culture to feel a bit like an escape, but these moments we can't ignore them. There can be no culture to celebrate if we aren't allowed to cherish it. We were recording this on Thursday. May Twenty eighth, two thousand, nine hundred ninety five days since Ahmad, artery was murdered by two white men in Georgia. One of those men was a retired cop. Seventy six days since Brianna Taylor was gunned down in her own home by police in Louisville and just three days since George Floyd was brutally suffocated by Minneapolis police. Yesterday thousands of people took to the streets for a second night protesting and to draw national attention to their demands for justice on behalf of George Floyd and this is all in the midst of global pandemic and financial crisis, both of which are disproportionately affecting black people. There's no way to adequately verbalize the collective. Sorrow in anger we feel. But. We WanNA speak to this tragedy in the best way we can. So Brittany you know with everything happening in our day to day lives I just want to take some time and decompress with you. How are you feeling? Like I was already doing a lot of just emotional overhaul and management. -partment allies with Cova in itself. As you know many people close to me very close to me got pretty sick. Not Everybody made it. It's been hard. I think in general, sometimes, just trying to get in the mode of being entertaining as we need to for the show. Yeah, this time it's been really tough. I also have lost people. Close to me, yeah, I've been trying really hard. It's kind of like push through you know. Keep focusing like this is a temporary situation, and so with this week. Kind of being reminded of these things that put me in space of. No, this isn't temporary. There's this larger pattern and things that are kind of always at play. Just pushed me into a feeling like everything in Phnom at the same time I think that for a variety of reasons. We're. Experiencing, compounded trauma when you add. Witnessing these deaths of black people, all of that mental gymnastics, in addition to those of us who are still going outside to go to work or going to the store. It's maddening. It's a lot to carry, and you had at once. Social Media and kind of like all these digital tools and we have our disposal. Like some of the only spaces we have to be able to interact with our community. And so to have that exist as this place that is really triggering for a variety of reasons is hard, and it's like it leaves you. Are Uncertain of kind of where to turn, and it's feels especially tough, because like we can't be outside and feel safe, but we also aren't safe in our homes. Brianna Taylor was at home. I have not yet gone outside to run by myself. And I realized that it's likely because of what happened to Ahmad Barberie. Being able to go outside for a walk, run like one of the only ways that I could actually maintain. My mental health it having that tool kind of taken away from me is mentioning what your brain eventually becomes trained to protect you from, and I think that's really important to put in context, the degree of feeling and emotion that people are feeling who have in this moment still gone out to protest for justice I know for a fact that everyone out there is also thinking about how potentially dangerous that is, but to me, it feels like a testament to the sometimes hopelessness anger the rage, just all these emotions in the strength of them, and how much we've been feeling them the entire time.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

"You been covering upstate. Yeah right right right. Well I don't get why they don't want to do it anyway. A step over to Ahmad. You've seen the video of them. The latest video of them trying to vilify him The police have pulled him over back in two thousand seventeen and this is why we were wondering why these lawyers and all these other people saying they have evidence to prove that he's not who you think he is. They're trying to set them up to say that he was it was justified killing of Ahmad Arbor. Thought Video Right. The real crime being committed is racial profiling. Doubt what are they talking about right now? You raise your profile me and I'm supposed to sing with a smile on my face. What did they prove in? Did they messed with him on a regular because he's black because you don't get out he news main didn't catch apart? We'll check us out play for everybody. This is the video you have not seen it. I want to watch this video of Ahmad Berry and the police pull him over off. Work today just wrapping in the fall. Gotcha human fucking with you you to know one fucking which you get round in your pocket fuck you fuck will be both. I'll tell you why I'm here Matt. I'll tell you why not because area is known for drug activity a fucking drug working blue bag up my seat back up. Fuck you talking about you. Went Back Up. What turned on the car going around with McCarthy around but is like harm. Check your weapons me. I'm not searching you. I'm checking weapons man. You don't have any warrants wall coming up on me. Make me kind of nervous. Okay you bother me for nothing. You can't go on my car in our lobby to search your car. Going machine stole really car match punk rock warning down to stay on the ground. Okay you can hands out overcharged for weapons of checking for weapons. Ease my mind wrapping route. Raleigh Arou- I gotcha man. But when you run up on me and you get really jumpy. That's going to be nervous to meet my day. I got one day a week. Winding Shulami Albro. Gotcha in the morning trying to chill. He was very yeah. That was trying to get to the point where you have to tell you. It was I didn't realize he'd already padding them for weapons of I could see. There's like a relative or something like that and he had a big heavy code..

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That's right we want to start things up in Las Vegas right we want to start things up into that and start the economy up we want to do it in a safe way speaking of safe how would you feel if you were walking around your neighborhood jogging whatever the case and all of a sudden you at two men chasing you down in a truck with guns they're scared I can only imagine what went through a Ahmad arbors mind and then a minute later you're done you lose your life you're murdered your killed and then how would you feel if you were R. breeze family member mother father and two months go by your son is six feet underneath the ground you're never gonna see him again his birthday passes and then at Michael's I like to call them them to clients because I think that's who they are because they acted like clan members this was a lynching make no mistake about it finally get arrested only because of public outcry and only because of a video that surfaced otherwise the McMichael's would be back at it again and nobody would know about this case except maybe a few people within the police department and the making the Mike Michaels and of course the RP family no one else would know about it if not for this video and then when people out there want to say that systemic racism does not exist just look at this case because I guarantee you folks it's not even an opinion if there was no video then the clans would never have been arrested in fact nobody would know of these two to begin with that is the definition box this case is the definition of racism in society and it's wrong and it's got to stop and we're taking your phone calls seven oh two two five seven five three nine six or some new evidence come forward we've also learned that the man who recorded this video of this lynching is now being investigated he could be a suspect he could be charged with a crime we're also learning that there is some new video there and there are some as I like to call them fellow clan members of the McMichael's better defending them of Michael's letter saying well listen the guy came out then the guy came at them when any logical person will tell you these two are are the ones that started this whole thing they chase this man in a truck with guns for no reason why because he was seen in a construction site of a home that's a reason to chase somebody down with are you kidding me are you kidding me well they claim that that he had been seen you know at least a week prior poking around or a man matching his description very interesting actually police lieutenant down in Brunswick Georgia was on CNN a couple days ago said by the way no police reports taken the week prior to shooting right no police reports about the stock this was a really big problem why did anyone call so this is this is this is definitely a false flag to justify a heinous most likely racial driven crime number to call if you wanna be a part of the I agree never enough that if I was after American I lived in that community knowing what the police did I would not have any faith at all in line for so I I would I would really like like lebron James said the one thing lebron James said about not being hunted every day if I was after American after this took place and nothing happened for two months without the video taken place and finding out that it came out that there was systemic racism infer from the higher ups in actual law enforcement I would be wary to go outside under those circumstances faced on with the law enforcement in this case right now because of the public eye because they're under the public eye the entire world is watching the number to call if you wanna be a part of the conversation but yeah I mean I hear what you're saying seven oh two two five seven five three nine six is the number to call well we start off with Kevin Kevin you're next up in the Vegas take what's going on there what's up Kevin just about us I hate to interrupt you but it sounds like you're in a tornado is there anyway you could I mean we could put your hand over your phone so we can hear you a little more for you the mountains yeah Kevin go ahead a little better that's a little better Kevin I'm sorry go ahead yeah I just want to say I'm glad that you brought this information up and that you're making you know you're bringing it to light because there's a lot of talk shows we don't even address that everything involves having you are so right Kevin stay on the line for second I put a post up on social media yesterday over the weekend you know right wing talk radio right wing television they would rather talk about a woman that owns a hair salon that that defied orders and she's a hero because she left her hair she opened up her hair salon they would rather talk about Michael Flynn they would rather talk about the Clintons in the emails and and I I can only tell you something man it's disgusting these are the types of stories that we all need to be talking about systemic racism okay last I checked Flynn didn't spend any time behind bars now that's a story that we could talk about and it's a new story I get it but the same people that did ours on their show talking about Flynn did spend more than one minute talking about story Kevin and I would imagine that's what you're talking about right by Amit also your password is on the radio would you know wonder dress with statement that he made earlier in regards to a John candy movie at the bear digging in the trash this is human beings life we're talking about exactly but it's not a joke now what what what I've said I'm not saying it's a joke I'm sensing they hunted him down they they hunted him down I have a lot of human being you're not get about some comedy will be able to know I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm talking about the I'm talking about the ideology no I didn't at all not not not even close I I try to compare it to hunting down an animal in their eyes and in their eyes and their eyes in their eyes they were hunting down an animal okay great I'm not suggesting I'm not suggesting that about I was not a human being I understand what I'm saying I'm saying no I was one of the let me tell you to and I'm not you know because I'm a black man on the hybrid will be in a black man but we will consider not even fully healed in two or three years ago that will provide delegates the delegates all the listeners into I'm not I'm not doing anything like that at all I know is that my intention don't don't I get you know get your just what what happened I'm saying that in that movie they were hunting down an animal and that's how the the the make Michaels or acting in this situation I am I'm saying from from their perspective that's what they were doing I understand that you know he he's trees try to put a case try to make their perspective my perspective that is not the case at all I understand where you're coming from and I will defend you on this point I took the movie surviving the game where they actually are hunting humans ice tea they they hunted down an icy ends up killing them but I think the point you're trying to make it now I will make the same point because of that this aspect I do agree with you yeah I mean I I can understand why people would like you comparing it to a comedy movie but I understand what you're trying to say and I believe that is this that they treated him like you were hunting an animal exactly and they did they did it was like a deer hunt for these guys they did I don't think she's trying to make it light of this and you know I'm not alone is just making the point creek cabin and I don't think you should be offended by that I get why you're upset I'm upset too so I hope that you understand where we're coming from there with what she was trying to say seven oh two two five seven five three nine six is the number to call I believe we have another Kevin on the line Kevin thanks for calling and what's on your mind what's up Kevin first time caller but I I just want to bring up a point data I hope to do guys down there in the Georgia and that's a shame attorney that the illegal alien a sample circle that killed K. I hope I don't have that same lawyer and that same jury can I might end up getting all all all sit back and listen okay well hold on a second let's keep you on the line for a second if you'd like to stem out I'd welcome that okay well let me talk about that case since you're the one that brought it up by the way that has absolutely nothing to do with this case I don't know why you bring up in a legal immigrant that illegal immigrants ended up killing I believe her name is Kate he shot into the ground a weapon yes you should've never been in this country I understand that he didn't shoot her he shot into the ground he wish it which by the way is illegal you're not allowed to take a gun and you shoot target practice the bullet went off the ground and hit her now very difficult to charge somebody and convict somebody on murder charges when it appears that what was convicted he was convicted overturned right it was overturned very difficult completely different circumstances Sir with all due respect that case has nothing and no bearing to do with this case seven oh two two five seven five three nine seven article I want to make a political statement of course that a lot of lot of lot of jokes one all all you have to do is call up and say gosh I hope he doesn't get off yeah that's only but he wanna you wanna get that and they said you want to talk about illegals you know maybe there's other right wing talk shows that'll that'll talk about that for hours on end but not me Sir I'm not gonna do that seven oh two two five seven five three nine six oh and by the way these two white guys who who murdered this kid they were not illegals they were raised and brought up in this country probably brought up to be clan members but they were raised in this country Sir they were not illegals and just to put up a poll on this Brian the reason that the conviction was overturned had to do with jury instructions of course okay it had nothing to do with that guy is ignorant to the facts of that case he's probably ignorant to the facts of life to seven oh two two five seven five three nine six is the number to.

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"ahmad arbor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad arbor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"N. F. M. A. M. A. twenty or ask your smart speaker to play W. NYC it is fifty eight degrees at nine o'clock this is W. NYC FM HD and A. M. New York I'm Jesse thorn let me send a quick scene for you a few decades before he got his break in inglorious Basterds Christoph waltz audition for a big fancy art school in Vienna he wanted to focus on opera and I got in and one of the jury members afterwards said well we took you but you didn't sing you to fully no it's not like I laughed yeah well what difference does it make I'm in for maximum fun dot org and NPR it's bulls eye this week Christoph waltz on his transition from opera singer to movie star to lead in the new queen B. series the most dangerous game but that's not all also talk with the hilarious Nikki Glaser but first the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Janine Herbst Georgia's Attorney General is asking the justice department to open an investigation into the handling of the Ahmad Arbor case Chris Kerr says the family community and state deserve answers are very was the twenty five year old unarmed black man was shot and killed in February as he jogged there is home to white men a father and a son were arrested on Thursday that's two days after state authorities took over the case from local law enforcement and ten weeks after our very stuff national outrage over the case well last week after video surfaced that purportedly showed the shooting New York governor Andrew Cuomo's laid out tough new guidelines for hospitals and nursing homes with a corona virus has been especially deadly for vulnerable patients Desiree diorio from member station WSHU.

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