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"amadou diallo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"D I. C. Mm hmm. So lonely with news of the picture and just a couple minutes on 700 wlw after 9 35 Worst mall, Santa ever Speaking of guns, That's a little bit on the show. It's 513749 7800 Big £1.7 18 t talk about this latest great American tragedy, which is a 23 year old man. No criminal record concealed Carry permit holder get shot in his doorstep by a police officer. Because he allegedly brandished a weapon at the cop as they were wrapping up an investigation in a roundup of really, really bad people in his neighborhood cop says I saw him brandishing wave a firearm at us. And we went in pursuit him and it end up in the young man's death. 23 years old Casey good and died in Columbus on Friday. Shot in his doorway is he came back home, and the horrible part about this, of course, is the fact there's no body camera, so it's totally a case of he said. She said, And when we have that attends to get blown out of proportion also point out to that. It seems to me someone called a bench in the safe. Totally for gotten. Um I don't know what it is with cases that have big question marks around them. Let's not forget that just the small that was also at subway had I think he had a sandwich on him. When that whole thing went down. And this is the second time we've had a crime now that that didn't result in murder, obviously, but, um You know, in this case, it's uh you know, in the e. I guess the it centers around the fact that a police officer may have mistaken a sandwich for a gun. Which I know cops do miss take things from time to time. Amadou Diallo comes to mind. That was a wallet now, even as a foot long, but even a six inch of is Don't look anything like a gun. I don't recall. I think this happened. I don't know. I want to say it happened during the daylight hours anyway, too, So it's even less likely that that's the case could subway wraps their sandwiches and white paper in a plastic bag? And generally, guns don't look like that. Do not look like that. We'll do news and more to follow it. Slowly Thursday mornings here, 700 wlw.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Good morning to both you gentlemen. There was a comment made about the police unions and their us against them and salary imposture. I'm a retired off, so I spent 20 years in New York City Police department and I can tell you there's a certain amount of animals that exist even within the organization with its own members. Given all the things that are taking place right now. I sincerely doubt that there has been any union official from any of the unions. That involved to reach out to any of the black officers that happened, the members of the same unions to find out from them whether or not anything was have affected them personally. What if they feel it's true and how they think they can be resolved. Adult with Has a retired police officer. Do you have an impression of whether Ah, the language, the kind of tone as well as language that we hear from people like The head of the Police Benevolent Association in New York really represent the rank and file. It represents a segment of the rating file, and that segment is not the segment of those Austin better Our color that are black and brown. And that's been unfortunate reality within that organization. For a long time. I think it's extremely difficult that the leader of the PBA has not seen fit. To remain neutral. And not postures himself to where he now presents the public that this is perhaps a perception that all police police have Him going in and speaking at the RNC convention. That's something I think you should have had the foresight not to do. Just the idea that he didn't have the wherewithal to understand why I should not do that. He's also indicative of how how we conduct themselves itself as a leader of organization. And what is renting filed 10 to a follow Glenn. Thank you very much. And Reverend Sharpton. This was despite the way we in New York, you know, Mae here. That land shadow the PBA on a year in year out basis. This was the first time as I understand it that the group ever actually endorsed the presidential candidate and I guess From their point of view. The police feel underseas, too. Right now, How would you address that and what Glen said. I think Glenn raises an interesting point. Many unions in the city of New York and nationally make endorsements, but they usually will find a way to get the Members to weigh in to where they want the support to go and really, Ah, vent out with their membership before they do an adult's meant I would be very curious to find out If the rank and file was involved even questioned. I'll given the opportunity to weigh in before this speech was made supporting ofthe President Trump reelection and and don't forget That Mr Lead spoke on the night that Donald Trump took off spoke to Ah, his acceptance of the nomination of the Republican Party. At the White House. So this was a major event and a major feature. So if Mr Lynch had not in many ways, found up the thinking's the political thinking's off the membership, then It was a false image given though he was speaking for all police. I also going to call is right that I have had many officers black and white. Tell me, uh, various cases that Rash action network and I were involved in. They disagreed with the position of the union, For example, years ago when we did the Amadou Diallo movement on the show John Bell movement where they would pack the court supporting the police, and there was some police that's saying I think the police were wrong. I think they did overreact. I think that they did our brig. Laws. On the Aragon in case just six years ago, the same thing, So I think that it is absolutely right that there are the different feelings among some officers, which is why years ago you saw the forming of 100 blacks in law enforcement, who were blacks in law enforcement in the police department. That took positions against the Union head's Related to this. You write in the book against what you call purity politics, and it sounds in that section of the book, at least as it struck my eye like you're writing about the religious right. Almost quote. If you take such a hardline for your morality, how is there ever going to be political negotiation that has to appeal to a wide range of people? And you related this To the defund the police movement. I read that, you said on morning, Joe and I read it in the New York Post. But I'll assume the quota view is accurate that to take all policing off the table is something that I think a lot of liberal may go for as they sit around the Hamptons discussing this as some academic problem, but people on the grant ground need Proper policing. So can you talk about the defund the police movement in the context of purity politics as you write about it in the book. What I write about purity. Politics is those that on the right that feel that you've got to check off every one of the boxes of what they claim. Teo represent a religious belief and that there's no room for discussion or debate. There's not even room for how 1 may interpret the same scriptures differently than others..
"amadou diallo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Officers and fellow citizens are a threat to the homeland. John Wolf says the department didn't get support from the local government of Portland, Oregon, until nearly two months into protest there. Despite destruction caused by civil unrest. The man is the center of a racially charged incident in New York's Central Park has turned his experience into a novel. Remember Amy Cooper Earlier this summer, she falsely claimed she was being attacked by Christian Cooper, a black man in Central Park would simply asked her to leave her dog in a required area. Well, now Christian Cooper has released a graphic novel titled It's A Bird. This story follows jewels, a black teen learned Of high profile racial cases to a pair of old binoculars. Included are the stories of George Floyd, Briana Taylor and Amadou Diallo, an innocent black man fatally shot 41 times by police in the Bronx. Maria Garcia, a CBS News New York that's right around the corner, now flu season. You might have heard from doctors recommending you get the flu shot A Florida doctor says, Yeah, but timing is important. Dr. Paul Nanda is the chief medical officer at Tampa General Hospital urgent Care, And like many doctors, he's worried about flu season overlapping with the Corona virus pandemic. He's urging everyone to get the flu shot. But he says, wait until October 1st, he tells the ABC affiliate in Tampa that will make sure you're protected for the peak of flu season. That is correspondent Riko Jules. My yearly auction going online. No surprise as a close knit group of hobbyists look to adjust to the new normal more from W. B. C's Madison. Roger DeLay as massive Alia's sobre Leah's meaningless words to most of us, but orchid people. It's a way of life, Massachusetts Orchid Society president Dina Dare, Ish says. Instead of gathering all together once a month, they've been online for a while. We were very pleasantly surprised that All the older members were able to get tech support from their family and like to figure it out themselves in some cases, so it was an easy decision to move their big annual event. The orchid auction online, she says. All the plants are exciting, but the star of the show, there's a Catalan through Leah. It's kind of a light purple flower, which you don't find a lot in nature. It is quite nice, although it is a pain in the butt to make bloom in my opinion, Deena says. For orchid enthusiasts in the area, everybody He knows everybody, And it's been great to keep the group going and growing. Madison Rogers W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio looking for a slightly used Volkswagen bug, the Agua en police Department has one that's ready to sell you a go. I'm selling their 1968 beetle. It's been used for parades, school events and the former Riverside racetrack. And now it's being sold. As is 126,000 miles on the odometer. It doesn't run. It's got a lot of rust and some dented fenders and a broken headlight. Auction bids, though, are being accepted online until September, 22nd at governor deals. Dot com.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Home. Any eligible item bought and paid for by mail, phone or online is eligible for the tax exemption. Rick you Chino News Radio 700 W. Well w Franklin County judges denying a request for a restraining order against the emergency rule making bar stop serving alcohol at 10 o'clock. Judge Kim Brown made the decision yesterday it against the position filed by the owners of several local bars and restaurants. The bar owners had asked for restraining orders against the regulation put in place by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine of Ohio Department of Public Safety and the Ohio Liquor Commission. On Wednesday. The Ohio Department of Health reported 1199 new covert 19 cases, along with 26 more fatalities, 3500 and 96 Ohioans have now died from the virus and President Trump's going to be in Ohio. Today, The president is scheduled to tour the world pull factory and Clyde before zipping into Cleveland for a fund raiser. These will be President Trump's first stops in Ohio since the start of the covert 19 pandemic, and police have a man in custody after a shooting yesterday. Police in Erlanger have arrested a 22 year old man in the shooting of a 21 year old man during midday Wednesday. Charged is Markey's Whalen of Erlanger. The victim is 21 year old Amadou Diallo of Burlington, who was shot and wounded in the 3200 block of North Talbot Avenue. Erlanger. Police say they don't know yet. The reason for the shooting, But Whelan was jailed, and Diablo was not seriously wounded. I'm Matt Reese News Radio 700 wlw On Wall Street, The Dow is up four. NASDAQ's down 22.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"And now the Spiel, it is an Antenne twig are named for recurring segment where we answer male issue corrections, right wrongs and topple statues to the old inaccurate. Shibboleth S- of the past the first statue I'd like to topple the number point one eight. I was discussing the blood alcohol level recorded. The police who stopped Ray Short Brooks and Wendy's parking lot in Atlanta. The legal limit is point Oh eight Mr. Brooks did not blow a one point eight. As I said on the show, he blew a point one eight. The it's impossible to have one percent of your blood alcohol I misstated that fact I apologize now to another example of tongue, brain, mismatch, the famed lingual cerebral disconnect, but in this case it wasn't just me misstating a number once. I actually convinced myself of the wrong number. There are over one hundred twenty thousand people in the United. States who have died of coronavirus. There are not yet two hundred thousand, I said it incorrectly, and not just once, and I didn't just cited incorrectly once or twice. I put that number in my own brain, and used it to compare to death tolls in various wars, and it was all just an accurate. I was saying two hundred thousand, maybe the two Oh wouldn't one twenty. No excuses. Maybe I perform sixty six percent inflation and have that malady. I just got it wrong. I don't know. Maybe I round up away. No one else does away not recognized by the authorities I. Don't know I do know I was groggy. I was befuddled in my befuddled state. Who knows I might have even said there are one hundred, ninety, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety seven more corona deaths than there are days of the condor I could have said that I. Don't know they could have gone that bad right I could have said that the. The number who've tragically died of Corona virus was forty times as many people as the number of miles referenced in a famous song by the proclaim yrs. You've done the math and you said Mike. You're wrong because you're saying. It's two hundred thousand. That's what I'm saying. Now it's one hundred twenty thousand. Actually. It's closer to one hundred thirty thousand as I speak to you today than it is one hundred, twenty thousand, but not closer to two hundred thousand. Okay I admit that mistake was a bad one I'm embarrassed. Allow me then if you will. If you're still with me, I understand that wanting to listen again, but allow me to revel in a stance that I thought I got right, but it was. It was more right than I even do. Let's revisit about two months ago. Some of the chatter among those who chatter about media matters was that? The networks should not be airing trump's corona virus task force briefings, but it's News said one side of the argument. No propaganda said another if lies and we don't air lies. We do lies okay, but maybe we shouldn't air lies. We shouldn't knowingly airlines if the lies are scheduled at a specific time every night. Let's do what we can not to air them, so CNN MSNBC. They've how to monitor these corona virus press conference. Dump out if they got irrelevant and many times. They did me personally I. Take I watch on Fox for CNN. But MSNBC CNN, performing exercise and sanitation. It was before we realized the virus couldn't live that long on surfaces. Chief among the. Never Brigade was Radio Station K., O. W. IN SEATTLE. They said we Shan't be airing. These sorted exercises and chief among critics was nyu journalism professor Jay Rosen, who wrote a manifesto in which he imagined some ethical version of the press adhering to standards. Let me read you part of that manifesto. We will not cover live any speech rally press conference, involving the president the risk of passing along bad information too great and we won't be attending briefings. We can watch them on TV. So I argued at the time that the press conferences for useful did they have lives and them? Yes, because president trump was there, but you know what the allowed for some degree of accountability, and if anything they exposed trump as overmatched and flailing. We'll have to say I did. I didn't see much to show. I was wrong, but seeing how it all played out I couldn't have realized how right I was. How Wrong Rosen and that side of the argument was because the public was paying a lot of attention to those press conferences, and the public in paying attention was concluding correctly that trump was leading them poorly amazing. The public came to a rational conclusion without us trying to put our thumb on the scale. The public also concluded and luckily they stuck by this conclusion, but they concluded that the corona virus really was a real threat. And then trump cancelled debriefings because they weren't helping them in the ratings and in a way. Rosen's wish came true. No one would have to cover these briefings anymore because there weren't any and after that things got horribly worse. And it was all because trump couldn't star in a TV show, so he stopped caring. He didn't meet with DR CI for weeks. He issued poor guidance and he didn't. If you noticed ratchet down the inaccuracies, but he did scrap the mechanism, wherein we in the media could apply some version of accountability to those inaccuracies, those stupid press conferences had they continued. Would have saved hundreds if not thousands of lives just because they would have focused trump, maybe focus the nation maybe. Hem Trumpian from being his worst trump. But trump decided that the only way trump was gonna give attention to. The problem was to do it on TV because he thinks if we're not paying attention to him then Damnit, he's not going to pay attention to it. Today Mike Pence reconvened version of the old task force. It did not go well. We stand here today. All fifty states and territories across this country are are opening up safely and responsibly. We slowed the spread. We flatten the curve. We've saved lives untrue. But I'm glad there is some semblance of a structure in place to address these issues, and for the public to evaluate the job being done, so please more task force more televised task force, more trump, heading the televised task, force and less professorial superciliousness on issues of life and death. Now the LOB star of the Antenne twig. Sometimes you hear something, or you say something your whole life and never realized that's not the way to say it dour door. That's always been one. And recently we collectively as a country realized Kiev. Nope, Kief, who knew I guess all the people in Kief. So a few episodes back I talked about a terrible case in New York City history of police violence and the victim was Amadou Diallo. Do you remember the name Amadou Diallo Schaaf waves are still being felt in New York city tonight, following the acquittals in the controversy of.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"And that was a mistake I made that mistake was a president the history books are going to have to decide how will history record you answered that question I'll answer for my actions and then history will decide history turns on times like these in rapid succession three seismic events global pandemic and economic after shock and then eight minutes and forty six seconds that galvanized the world in this social movement against four hundred years of racism in this country there's a moment hi capture it how do you make it last great question Mr Floyd's murder that is one in a long list of horrendous situation you can go back to Rodney king thirty years ago Amadou Diallo brutalized Eric garner was killed in New York much the same way six years earlier rage but not the national international outrage I think because it's the same moment between corporate and Mr Floyd's murder we are one we are connected when you killed Mister Floyd you killed my brother my family member and I stand with the protesters just as millions of American families have watched history unfold at home together so has the Cuomo found in a grand house were old and new memories for the family holidays with year my mother did the renovation of the whole mansion so my mother can walk into a room now she'll tell you exactly every piece of furniture every piece of fabric so there are a lot of great memories new York's former First Lady Matilda Cuomo hasn't seen the house or her son lately when did you see your mother last fall breaks my heart I have not seen her since this started I put myself in a lot of situations where I might be exposed my mother is still young but she is in a category where she is vulnerable so I've literally not seen her since this started but the governor doesn't lack for company the covert lockdown brought his three daughters home this is a gift this will never happen again.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Am from here don't care about your Facebook or your video police are already investigating what happened Wednesday in a park in Torrance with an Asian American woman was exercising on some stairs this whatever country you belong in a third person has come forward saying she also was assaulted by Lina Hernandez in October Torrance's mayor says such behavior will not be tolerated new police accountability measures have been signed into law in New York governor Andrew Cuomo says George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has forced the country to pay attention how many times this was ever going there this was Abner Louima was Amadou Diallo same case over and over and over and still no change and Mr Floyd's murder god bless this country for standing up and saying enough is enough the law signed by Cuomo banned police chokehold to make it easier to sue people who call police on others without a good reason and let a special prosecutor's office investigates police involved deaths the laws also allow the release of officers disciplinary records the academy of motion picture arts and sciences is taking more steps to bolster diversity in its organization and in the film community the organization says it's developing diversity and inclusion standards that will be used as eligibility requirements for the Oscars the academy also says a total of ten films will not be nominated in its bets Best Picture category to make space for diverse nominees many community colleges in California are doing their part to promote equality residents from sixty of the schools have formed an alliance to combat racism and educational inequality on their campuses the newly formed California community college equity leadership alliance will work with the U. S. C. race and equity center to train college wraps on topics like hiring fostering inclusive classrooms and integrating race across curriculums the members will carry out surveys to assess how students faculty and staff feel about their campus climates when it comes to inclusion and diversity Deborah mark KFI news to.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Make a mistake how many people's Barry Scheck found with the innocence project they convict people of murder that put him away twenty years to come back years later with DNA techniques and they prove the person was convicted of murder on death row is innocent that's scares me that's that's changed my mind quite a bit but now if you make a mistake member in the case of the Amadou Diallo right made a mistake they thought he was reaching for a gun it was a while now if you if you bet what's the worst that happened you can kill him now it's uncomfortable I'm not saying it looks good but yet but it's another option I think those stupid stun guns that I see these the cops have I think they're awful I think the terrible with the wires and you got to be at this distance and it hi it's like ridiculous I think if once they can perfect that and get a better version of that you know or something that's not going to kill somebody and you make a mistake the worst thing that happened is okay they they were in pain for a little while usually have it so it's they say it's non lethal everything I read about anyways B. Y. R. NA P. one take a look at it we have it we have it up on Hannity dot com so people can find out about it video what have there's a video they have a whole information sheet it's it's sixty eight caliber projectiles may have a powerful chemical irritant and is non lethal self weapon yep right option for somebody that maybe doesn't have the hours are a precinct the doesn't have the money for the extended training although they should find it then this would be an option for them you know what Rudy Giuliani what he did worked you know what the president is done economically for minorities has worked criminal justice reform was needed he got it done we had Alice Marie Johnson unless I'd love her yeah amazing it's two years since she's been laid out by the way she was one one conviction drug issue and she's just posed to spend the rest of our life in jail and so there are things that can happen that we can do we can be smarter yeah we could literally save lives what can we learn that we did right trump created jobs and record low unemployment for every demographic group in the country we got it we got to implement that to make sure everybody has the ladder to success and fix American schools and make our city safe where America we can do that supposed to be one American family you know nobody seems to care every weekend you get the statistics awful that it's unnecessary.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on The JaySin Podcast
"Is intelligent know. If he major realize how black people really feel and how we without compromising sweet tall. Stop sweet talking. You'll see tell him how what kind of Hell you been catching and let him know that if he's not ready. The cleanest house. He's not ready to clean his house up. He shouldn't have a house. Should catch on fire. And burn down. The somewhere around two hundred fifty white people killed at the hands of police year. If I'm not mistaken or Whatever the numbers are. It's two times the amount of black people. The problem was at is. This seventy five percent of the population. Black people make up twelve point seven percent of the population in America. So when you are six times. The population of one group of people. You should in theory have more. Encounters? Which would mean? You're probably going to have more deaths at the hands of police by sheer numbers. But if you WANNA go ratio-wise. If black people. Were seventy six percent of the population. There would be a hunt. They'll be one thousand, four hundred seventy eight deaths of black lives at the hands of police. In contrast to your to fifty. So I want you to sink in and Understan-. HOW UNBALANCED THAT RATIO IS! I come to you from a place of Phnom. I come from. This place because too many times. I have put faith. Into a system. and to a figurehead. Into something I. Thought Would Bring Change. And it, let me down too many times. I've seen an Amadou Diallo. And expected justice. And didn't get it. And then you get a Sean Bell. and. You think that you're gonNA. Get it, and then you get a trayvon. Zimmer walks. You get a Khalif browder. Got, conviction is something. Now. Neither. So how many times am I supposed to? Feel like change is coming. And fairly excited and feel alive feel. Dedicated to this country to this judicial system. When I know that it does nothing but let my people down. Now here's the problem as Jay said. It's not that. Let let let's stop. WHAT THE BLACK ON BLACK CRIME! That's. That is first off. If you are most likely to be victimized and a crime by the people you live closely to. If you check any crimes statistic. I guarantee you in Chinatown. The highest population of crime offenders are probably Chinese. If you check in the white neighborhoods in Suburbia, America I guarantee you the highest. Crime offenders..
"amadou diallo" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Now. I did want to address the past. Five nights of police brutality amid protests of the death of George Floyd. By a white police officer named Shaaban who knelt on his neck for nine minutes almost three minutes after he. The like the last three minutes there were after he stopped breathing and I wanted to share with you. What governor Cuomo said about about it this morning, so let's listen to that clip. But look the big issue is. People were outraged and I understand that. I'm outraged. Not Just George Floyd's killing. Though that's enough to outrage a nation. It's a George Floyd. It's Ahmed Aubrey. It's Brianna Taylor all just in the past three months. It's thirty years of Rodney, King, and Amadou Diallo and Sean Bell, and I've no Louima. and. The same case in states all across this nation. We're only the name changes, but the color stays the same. You, then had the first press conference by prosecutors. Looking at the Minneapolis situation that frankly raised more questions than it answered. And the real issue is the continuing racism in this country. And it is chronic, and it is endemic and is institutional. All right before we go to break I'll just leave you with this quote I. tweeted out a while ago. It's from battle. Star GALACTICA quote. There's a reason you separate, military and the police. The enemies of the state the other serves and protects the people. When the military becomes both. Then the enemies of the state tend to become the people. Coming up after the break, we'll be speaking with the former solicitor. General and author of the Special Counsel Regulations that govern the Miller Investigation Neal Katyal and I'll be talking about Flynn and the show..
"amadou diallo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"When I talk about him actually that we grew up together because I was so young I didn't know how to take it over the baby but he was smart he was very much smart and he had a great smile and he learned the Koran early on he likes to play but also he love to dance a lot of music and he loves sports he enjoyed reading they had two brothers and one sister at night I'm a do world call his brought us and go on to bed and read to them that then mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani I push for a zero tolerance approach to crime in the city this led to what many describe as more aggressive policing and hostility between the police and black and Latino communities they felt they were being unfairly targeted by police especially the stop and frisk a practice of detaining questioning and searching people for many Amadou Diallo as death was the final straw I was not yeah well what was the whole new to mobile before he was killed I was not very much knowledgeable about police brutality so when I came to New York and I saw the outcry and in response people of all origin all the religion all callers people marching protesting I knew how much do had a purpose the full white police officers were charged with second degree murder and five other charges one year off damages death at trial began he was shown on live television and how do ya to attend it every day.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It back in representing the way the way things didn't go as expected for Stephanie three point contest last night falling to Brooklyn's Joe Harrison, the final round elsewhere Brooklyn's or Boston Jason Tatum on the skills challenge and thunder rookie Amadou Diallo captured a slam dunk title college basketball now in history was made less than that endure as r j Barrett finished with twenty three points, eleven rebounds. And Tennessee says the second ranked the blue devils knocked off NC state ninety four to seventy eight there it became the fourth Duke player with a triple double. And they first and Sheldon Williams in January of two thousand six elsewhere Kentucky dominated number one, Tennessee, eighty six to sixty nine handing the volunteers there. I. Lost since November and number three, Gonzaga. They won their sixteenth straight game knocking off San Diego. Seventy nine to sixty seven and it fell news one day after Colin Kaepernick ended his collusion grievance against the NFL the quarterbacks lawyer Marghera goes told CNN that he absolutely wants to play in the league. And even suggested that the Panthers and patriots are as possible landing spots for the forty Niners quarterback and former raider GM Reggie McKenzie is joining the dolphins as a senior personnel executive golf. Justin Thomas, hold a one stroke lead at during Sunday at the Genesis open and the great American race kicks off nascar's twenty nine thousand nine season this afternoon from Daytona with the William Byron leading the field to the green flag defending champion. Austin Dillon's.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Joining. An album of the dead. Trayvon Martin a fourteen year old in a hoodie. Buying skittles killed by self-proclaimed neighborhood watch captain Eric garner. Whose last words were I can't breathe choke to death by New York? Police Michael Brown unarmed shot by police officer in Ferguson, Missouri for hours his body left on the street where he was struck. Those are some of the deaths that were still to come. There are also those that had come before a decade before Oscar grant Amadou Diallo was killed in a barrage of forty one bullets police missed his wallet for a gun in two thousand and six Sean bell was killed by four officers. Also unarmed also in a shower of shots both in New York. Both black men bells mother and fiance called Wanda Johnson after grant was shot almost to say. Welcome to this terrible. Terrible club the one no one wants to be part of day. Call me, and they. They won't be a letter. Encouraging me. And I didn't wanna be encouraged. I didn't want to talk to anybody. I didn't want to deal with it. She sat in the dark with her pain. The what ifs, and what could have bins of a parent whose child dies a violent death. Because at that time. I was blaming myself for blame myself for a long time. I instructed him to take Bart. He was like, no mom. We just gonna drive us. No, Oscar, you just gonna take more from him taking barn. I never would imagine him that he will lose his life. By somebody who's hired to protect and serve. There was something different about Oscar grant's death not that he was young black unarmed killed by police. The reason Oscar lived on this second Oscar was because so many saw him die. Two new video surfaced today in the shooting death of a young man New Year's day at an East Bay Bart station. Bought one of the young lady who videotaped she called. She got a hold of us. And she had a videotape of what happened and Oskar Schindler die. And we told her just take it to the media radio.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"You read these cases i say they're in addio samara at least a smattering of them they come to come from middle class families the amadou diallo for example was an asylum at at nine asylum he was accepted it was the one who was shot by cops and apathy looked a lot like a rape suspect voided he looked like the rape suspect when they surrounded them and told them to put his hand up instead he reached tennis pocket he ended up getting shot thought he was shooting at them in any event okay sad story whatever because of that that isn't that isn't the story i'm telling us what i mean because of that the media looked at what the story was he totally lied about what country he was from he grew up in an upper middle class family he lived in bangkok and and i forget where else but all around the world lived an upper middle class life and just decided i want him i wanna live in america so he was selling tube socks on the streets of new york and collecting vast government benefits every time these cases get looked at we talk a perpetrator of the of the rwandan genocide a woman who sent him thousands of women and children to their deaths are immigration courts not only gave her asylum but granted our citizenship it was later some federal prosecutors noticed wait a second we've seen this name before she was trading the genocide she's now been sadly supper rated from her children everybody in prison i is is separate for their children i've got one minute and it's a hard minute i've got a heartbreak attained coulter audio's america go and check out her columns on what's going on at the bottom at the the border right now what's the bottom line here and is it shut down the border completely until we fix the vetting system we could figure out who's coming nobody can legally overall yeah that's all takes just filled you will well it's been five hundred and twenty days and we haven't broken ground i'm growing suspicious it's a it's an coulter a great information because nobody listening and watching really ever gets this because the the media's complicit i think it's about votes you could be because they hate the country it could be both those things can we talk again very soon good to talk to you thank you joe go and get her book it's adios america it's an culture great author and political pundit she makes very very good points your thoughts on what you just heard.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on AM Joy
"The guy who leaked patrick doors men's juvenile record when this totally innocent man was approached by an undercover cop and then shoutings for a taxicab yes a security guard trying to get home waiting for a taxi cab unarmed shot by police officer apparently accidentally just being lear but nonetheless giuliani actually went on the defensive for the police officer suggested this guy is no angel and leaked and by the way one of those one of those records was for disorderly conduct something that we already have social science tells us black people are disproportionately charged with and today he was no altar boy and he was literally altar boy after duty aloe where he refused to talk to black leaders even express any remorse or sensitivity to amadou diallo the blackman remembers giuliani and not favourably in new york last question to you on this stand because the this charged that komi is leaking is is isn't a crime to release your own memo's especially since when he was in the position of fbi director he had declassification the forty and so the memo's work classified he just released them and wrote about them in his book more than that he created them at home personally right and then he provided them a copy to the bureau yeah so i think he's i think is a very very strong argument and it's in his book for not having leaked information this is something that he created not it wasn't an fbi three oh to it wasn't what their standard memos in fact as the director he's not the kinda guy is going to be creating a lot of three oh two's so this is not a typical fbi memorandum that we might see a criminal discovery cases a memorandum you made it home and then delivered a copy to other i mean it's not like he took classified information cherry picked it and put it into a memo exonerating donald trump that's devon unit my we'll be back in our next hour daddy's evolves thanking ackerman coming up trump took his show on the road to the nra convention and.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on Podcast â€“ The Pan-African Alliance
"The police chief and the police department they've been protecting these white sheriffs and cops and so on and so forth and so we're going to go down to city all gone protest that's mobilization seven euro eye on a stanley jones shot dead beneath her of her her little mermaid blanket by swat officers your mobilize you protest mike brown john bell amadou diallo sandra blend you mobilize you protest then you go home then you go back to work then you forget you post something up on twitter and everybody gets riled up in this is going for those influence was out there to people web millions of followers people who have released dvds get everybody all riled up a get mobilized and then what do you waiting for the next catastrophic event because we haven't organized to take action against the causes of those events the real threat all right going back to my knowledge earlier you can mobilise and get the hell out of the way of that predator when it comes onto the field or you can organiz and attacked at predator and over the generations that predator will raise its cubs to ignore your group because they fight back you might wanna go to my wanted go and check out them zebras because those water buffaloes fightback you might want to go and metal widsom deer and antelope because those hippos fightback you'll see what i'm getting it he'll stop looking at you as prey so we protest we march we've boycott we tweet we feel like we're doing something debts mobilization but here's the danger when it comes to mobilization.
"amadou diallo" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"And that is what him to drop the textbook anyway it's a drop the textbook because it might have buck yeah somehow i mean that narrative ran layering stroke i think covering crime very very very very long time what to say thank you at that point in the bronx with i do de ello this crazy a remember these things i can tell you why when i date with a month ago but i'm a duty i'll remember because the one guy was in the bronx he was an african american guy walk another three to fit the description of somebody who was one of her crack i would yeah oh it and designs burst it language the pops well lob to anthony pulled out as well it in the dark the wall look like a gun and he was shot now you know what it's terrible there like your member to linda died from a duty yellow but they have to look at the bright now so yeah he was shot and killed by four he was a twenty three year old immigrant from gagne and he held up as wallet i was there covering the crime as per usual in new york city it in the end the cops in the bronx like dropping topic topic it probably didn't understand it was saying and there was a flurry of bullets and on the dl guy yeah you know i have no those cubs but those thoughts where george was second in re murder and everyone in the most found not guilty because it was an intentional act intl and it did well until amadou diallo that night but the end result was that it was the thad tragic and then that took place in it arc dangerous part of the bronx and and with a very traffic was not what he had a that can you believe i remember that nineteen ninety nine down.