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"Ploy, was the unarmed man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis. Speaking outside the White House family attorney Ben Crump to the president expressed an interest in signing a sweeping police reform bill is soon as possible avoids nephew so the president wants it to be the right bill. Bear County officials are settling a lawsuit over the shooting death of a six year old little boy for almost $5 million. Back in 17 2004. Deputies shot and killed Amanda Jones, a fugitive who falsely claimed she was armed and she was outside the mobile home or Cameron Press. Scott's family lived on bullets pierced the wall of the home and and killed Cameron as well on their counties. Insurer will pay $4.5 million to cameras, parents. And 500,000 to Jones, his mother. Ah, Democrats are trying to pass legislation to increase voter access. But a Senate filibuster stands in the way and Texas Congressman ship Roy says his party the Republicans need to grow a spine and opposed the expansion of mail in ballots. 1 to 2% Increase in fraud associated with mail in ballots, That's that's the Carter Baker Commission. Republicans say the so called for the People Act would make it easier to vote but also easier to cheat. If passed, would allow states to automatically send voters of ballot based on voter rolls, which the GOP claims were inaccurate. It would also wipe out voter ID bill, named after the man murdered in his Dallas apartment in 2018 by a former police officer, is headed to governor Greg Abbott. Bo's law is aimed at increasing police, accountability and transparency and investigations involving body cameras, but it failed to make any changes to the castle doctor. In which is how Officer Amber Geiger, who killed both of John tried to justify the shooting during her trial because she mistook his apartment for her own. The bill does require officers with body worn cameras to keep them on during the entire investigation. Geiger was not wearing a body cam the night of the shooting because she was off duty. She recently asked an appeals court to toss her murder conviction. The court has not yet announced the decision. CHARITY. McCurdy NEWS RADIO 1200 W. O AI House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy is not holding back on how he feels about Marjorie Taylor. Greens. Recent comments last week, the Georgia congresswoman talked about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is mask policy will comparing it to how Jews were treated by the Nazis. In her comments, she mentioned gold stars and gas chambers on. McCarthy says her words were appalling and noted the increased threats against Jews on McCarthy also saying the House Republican conference condemns this language. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news. Radio 1200 w O a I on I Heart radio. I'm carry locking news radio 1200 W away I from your street to Wall Street from around.
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"Good Wednesday morning. Here are the five things you need to know. A 10 15 President Baden addresses a joint session of Congress tonight for the first time since taking office. Boston City Council votes on a resolution today that would call on the White House to cancel student debt. The federal government extends the deadline for when travelers will be required to use Real idee to fly. I will tell you when the deadline is and hotels and restaurants all across the nation are struggling to hire people to meet the demand as business continues to boom. All right. President Biden had an ambitious agenda for his 1st 100 days in office. As we approach that milestone this week, ABC is Karen Travers with a look back at some of the administration's goals. Many items on President Biden's to do list were checked off within hours of him taking office, signing a proclamation to pause work on a wall on the US southern border, extending a pandemic era paws on evictions and foreclosures. Extending a pause on federal student loan payments. But there are several key promises. President Biden has not yet met one active shooter President Biden's pledged to send to Congress on Day one. A gun reform package so far unfulfilled, and the White House says it's not moving ahead to create a police reform commission, instead pushing for Congress to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. Underway right now. In North Carolina. A judge could decide on whether to release video of a deadly police shooting. Demonstrators are searching for answers in the killing of Andrew Brown Jr. Who was shot by police five times last week. We also learned this morning that the FBI is now launched a civil rights probe into the death of Andrew Brown again. A black man killed by deputies in North Carolina. We're following that for you. Meantime, of former Dallas police officer convicted of killing a man inside his apartment is now asking an appeals court to take a new look at her case after hearing Amber Geiger acknowledge on the witness stand that she intentionally killed both. I'm John we, the jury unanimously find the defendant, Amber Geiger, guilty of murder or appellate attorney Michael Mueller says his client shot John that night in 2018 because she thought she was walking into her own apartment known in the law as a mistaken Act. He wants the charge against Geiger reduced and her sentence shortened from its current 10 years. Generally in ABC News, Dallas, Massachusetts State and local police are looking for suspects in connection with an overnight shooting in Dud Ley Here's John Bay back the deadly police chief Steve winner this morning, says the 26 year old Green Street resident, was shot in the chest during a home invasion but will survive. Chief says several people he doesn't know how many exactly forced their way into the home where a woman and two Children were also living. The suspects confronting the victim, and then the shots rang out. No one else heard the suspects, then fleeing. The chief says they don't know where they are. He also says they don't believe this was a random act. Anyone with information is asked to call the Dudley Police Department. In the Worcester bureau. John Bay Back WBZ, Boston's news radio and in Boston this morning, former Fall River Mayor Jay's L. Korea is on trial accused of lying and cheating his constituents. Korea is charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from investors in an app that he created. Authorities also claim that he extorted thousands from marijuana businesses seeking to operate in fall River. Korea has maintained his innocence and says this effort is a political smear campaign on Martha's Vineyard woman is suing a company that rented her home and put it to unusual use trial has been scheduled for this summer for a lawsuit..
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"Talk about his infrastructure plan. CBS is Nicole Killian on the different look this year due to the pandemic. We're on Lee expecting about 200 people to attend the president's joint address. This will be a combination of congressional members from both parties, as well as representatives from different parts of the government. Lawyers for Andrew Brown junior's family say police in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, fired multiple shots as he tried to drive away, Attorney Wayne Kendall says an independent autopsy shows he was struck by five bullets were coming into the vehicle. He was able to back up turning vehicle around spin off across a vacant lot, And at that time he was hit in the back of the head. Family lawyers call it the kill shot and appeals panel in Texas listens to arguments. Whether to overturn the conviction of former Dallas police officer Amber Geiger. She fatally shot her neighbor in his apartment, saying she thought she was walking into her place. Geiger was sentenced to 10 years in prison for murder. Her lawyer, Michael Malla, says his client never denied killing both of John but raised the question if she had been in her own apartment. Does the court believe that she would have had Justification to shoot to kill. A decision is expected later. Mixed day on Wall Street. The Dow closed up three points. The NASDAQ ended down 49 S and P 500 closed a closed down almost a point. Now this CBS News Radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world. We give you the coverage you can trust. Seattle's police chief addresses the exodus within his department's We hear from him coming up after traffic with Tracy Taylor. Aaron. We're still working with that style north and 99, just north of Royal Bram. So near the stadium's, it's in the right lane in the driver's gonna run into some spotty slowdowns on north on I five through Tacoma. We had earlier rolling slow down between 72nd and Tacoma mall. This was to remove some debris that was all over the place. And so everybody is off to the side, and so is the debris. But what's taking us a little while the kind of unwind from this Right. So you're headed South 25, the backup star from just after Lake City way through the downtown corridor, Things are picking up heading up Sounds center hill. But stacking in quickly after highway 18 and heading out towards the Puyallup River Bridge. Looks like we had something happening on a sound 25 for those of you out near Highway 16, or at least near 38. Drivers look pretty good on 5 12. There is still hesitation as we reached that 4 10 5 12 interchange heading south bound on the Valley Freeway Traffic brought to you by Staples is evolving to staples Connect.
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"About three points at the close. Three unaccompanied minors were gone missing in the temporary shelter for migrants the expo hall at Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio. The team's walked out the secure area through his entrances. Two weeks ago. The Department of Health and Human Services says they haven't been seen since State lawmakers are considering two bills that would outlaw camping on public lands. Republicans in the House and the senator putting for the bills that would also penalize any local government that allows it to happen. The bills are in response to Austin's growing problem with homeless people and their tent cities. Ah, hearing for a former North Texas police officer trying to get her murder conviction tossed to set for this afternoon. Amber Geiger's attorneys say the former Dallas officer was defending herself in 2018 because she mistook both of John's apartment for her own and believed he was an intruder. A prosecutor's once the conviction to stand, she was sentenced to 10 years behind bars. I'm Carrie Laki. Now here's your chance to win. $1000 just enter this nationwide keyword on our website stock. That's Doc. Inner it now enter the keywords stock at 11 90 talk radio dot com. It's that time, time time lock and load. You know, Michael, very show is on the air. Brian Mickey is A friend of a friend, I guess.
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"It's ours, and we're not gonna accept that. That's why we have all the resources necessary out here to make sure we locate these individuals that Skeeter see a man was killed while walking in a parking lot. The girl was in a car with her family when she was hit and wounded. She is now hospitalized, last listed in stable condition. Tesla continues deflecting blame for a recent crash that killed a Houston area doctor and his friend. Local investigators suggested Tesla's autopilot was to blame, saying that neither man was driving at the time of the crash. But Tesla's Lars Marais V says their own investigation shows that's not possible. What we've learned from that effort, was it Hottest year did not could not engage on the road. Condition that a zit was designed are adaptive cruise control only engaged when the driver was buckled. Now. Federal transportation authorities, including the NTSB, are investigating the incident. The Department of Homeland Security has a new program targeting the cartels that are behind the rush of human smuggling at the southern border. The program is winning praise from Republicans in Congress like Louisiana's Clay Higgins, who's the ranking member on the House Homeland Security subcommittee on border security. Every child they smuggle used to distract. When their loads of drugs and sex trafficking makes them or emboldened. Operation Sentinel, as it's dubbed, will map out the criminal organization networks, target members and employees sanctions against them. That includes revoking travel documents and freezing bank accounts. Texas judicial panel is expected to side in the near future whether to uphold the murder conviction of a former North Texas cop. In the death of a man two years ago. In a mistaken identity case, the Fifth District Court appeals today heard from prosecutors and defense attorneys in the Amber Geiger case. The former Dallas cops attorney told the judges his client believes she went to the wrong apartment in 2018 when she fatally shot both of John to death. The attorneys also argued that Geiger should have been convicted of criminal negligent homicide and not murder. State prosecutors argue all the evidence shows Geiger committed murder of Dallas County jury sentenced her to 10 years in prison in 2019 On Wall Street. It's been a mixed bag. Today The Dow is up 15 points the S and P 500 up one. The NASDAQ Down 40 crude oil is up more than a dollar to 63 old one a barrel. Astros continue their stories that the Mariners at minute Maid Tonight Live coverage starts at six. First pitch. It's 7 10 on sports Talk. 7 90. Rockets host Minnesota that games here on Ktrh, starting at seven. Aren't accepted it to 30 Time now with Sean Hannity show I'm Corey Olson on Houston's news, weather and traffic station news radio 7 40 ktrh. Finding great candidates, The higher Converium like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board. But then.
Appeals Hearing Set for Dallas Officer Convicted of Killing Neighbor
"A hearing for a former Dallas cop trying to get her murder conviction tossed is set for this afternoon. Amber Geiger's attorneys say she was defending herself in 2018. Because she missed took both of John's apartment for her own and believed he was an intruder. She's serving a 10 year sentence. John's family has since come out in support of a bill in the state Legislature, known as Bo's Law, which would clarify the castle doctrine that allows someone to use deadly force against an intruder on their own
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"League counted 196 cases of anti Semitic zoom bombing, including 114 cases of hijacking video conferences involving Jewish institutions. The Jewish civil rights group found that the overall number of anti Semitic incidents dropped by 4% last year. 2020 numbers remain near historic eyes. The ideal leadership, says white supremacist another. Far right extremists tend to be among the earliest to embrace and employing new technologies to spread hate. A court hearing today in Texas will take up the case of a former police officer who was sentenced to prison for the shooting death of a black man in his own home More from CBS correspondent Jim Crow. SULA, Texas Appeals court today will hear arguments on overturning the conviction of Amber Geiger, the white former Dallas police officer was sentenced to 10 years in prison. For the 2018 shooting death of a black neighbor in his own apartment. The judges will have to consider whether the evidence was sufficient to prove that are shooting a bottom. John was murder. Now the former officer mistook the man's apartment for her own. She shot and killed him testifying. She thought he was a burglar. A look of the early going on Wall Street. The Dow is down 31 points right now, the NASDAQ is up 14 and the S and P 500 up a fraction. It's 9 37 cdw. We get the challenge of managing data across different environments. Our company data is everywhere in the cloud on servers. I just found some data under my couch cushions. Well, wherever it lives, CDW experts can streamline your data across hybrid cloud environments and online Your clouds full potential.
Texas Court to Hear Appeal for Dallas Officer's Murder Conviction
"Hearing today in the case of a former Texas police officer who shot and killed a black man. CBS's Jim Chris Sula. A Texas appeals court today will hear arguments on overturning the conviction of Amber Geiger, the white former Dallas police officer, was sentenced to 10 years in prison. For the 2018 shooting death of a black neighbor in his own apartment. The judges will have to consider whether the evidence was sufficient to prove that are shooting a bottom. John was murdered Dagger claimed she mistook his apartment for her own and thought he was a burglar. U. S
"amber geiger" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Police officer Amber Geiger will ask a state appeals court to throw out her conviction, saying there wasn't enough evidence to prove the 2018 shooting. Death of her neighbor was murder. Geiger shot and killed both, um gene believing he was an intruder in her apartment when in fact she had entered his apartment one floor above, she says, mistakenly calendar Americans lifting the box, please. The largest and one of the most deadly tornado outbreaks and Alabama history happened 10 years ago. Today on April 27th 2011. Tuscaloosa Mayor won't Matics telling J T on Alabama's Morning news. He remembers exactly where he was when that massive tornado barreled down on his city was in the city's incident Command center and watching it on the live. Um, just watching it on network television and about You know about two minutes in the feed cut and everyone's phones just began blowing up when they exited the safe space, he says. The reality was devastating. The thing that will really, you know, there's many things that strike you, but as we were coming back up the stairs are commander said, Um, well, the we've lost the current facility and 15 Street's gone and I thought It's got to be an exaggeration. I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T R right, Leah. Thank you very much. I appreciate it is 7 34. Now Alabama's Morning news and joining US chief meteorologist J. P Dice from W. B. R. C. Fox six Remembering 10 years ago today, it Zwolle Maddox I was talking with earlier said in some cases, it feels like it was yesterday. Other cases it seems like you know, eons. Go. J P Welcome And thanks for being with me. Yeah. Thanks for having me drink cheap. First of all, thanks for what you guys do. I mean, let's just call it you save lives by having so much technology and being on top of it and giving us no coverage of the events as they're coming our way in pinpointing where these are The technology's amazing in your efforts that seem, you know, endless sometimes and the lack of sleep. To be able to deliver that for people is so important. Let's talk about this 10 years ago, as we saw that tornado, I'll never forget the image of it right behind Bryant Denny Stadium, and then it takes a sharp turn. And Mrs the campus but rips through.
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"I. F soda Weight Lost news desk. This is real news and information in the morning with day Williams and Amy Schade ride. Good morning. It is seven Oh, three on the Tuesday morning, David. Amy here left. Thank you. So much for joining us. The new Census report, four million new Texans will be adding to members of Congress. As a result of that you could recognize the new member the new Texans because they're the ones walking around wearing cowboy hats and boots in Dallas. Stop. I have am well, sort of and saying, How do you You all know, Texas congressional candidate has been endorsed by former President Trump. He says she is the best one for the job is the bomb. Yeah, and suddenly get this. The Texas supply of covert vaccines is greater than demand. States going to start taking out paid ads trying to get everybody to get a shot and Amber Geiger appealing her murder conviction for the shooting of both, Um John. The three judge panel will be deciding her future fate. And the Texas radio legend has died. All these stories coming up in just a couple of minutes. And then of course, we've got Cliff notes again at 7 17 1st up at 705 right now. Traffic on the fives with Bill Jackson. In Dallas on Luke won't want Walker North found approaching Northwest Highway. There's been an accident there looks like that's already being cleared out of the way. But it's slow going from Union Bauer and also backed up onto the ramp from Eastbound, one of the three in Arlington on 3 60, some funded division to rank blocks the right lane that slow from Randall Millet is affecting the north bound lanes. Now, with onlookers, delays and in walks a handsy the I'm 35 years, some pawn off ramp to butcher Road is closed for construction. That's what's keeping that backed up beyond Sterrett Road With Kale. I am traffic on the fives I'm building I'm meteorologist Brad Martin. We're gonna be mostly cloudy, windy and humid with isolated showers and storms possible this afternoon ending this evening..
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"Um uh, deploying an expert team of Public health advisors from the CDC to work in close collaboration with our embassy on the ground. India's Health Ministry's on India's epidemic intelligence staff. This is not about shops and arms in return for political favors in return for Any sort of transactional is, um This is about America's humanitarian leadership. Helping support also offered from archrival Pakistan and Germany's Health Ministry said it's urgently working to put together an aid package, but Some say it's too late now. The breakdown stark failure for a country that boasted of being a model for other developing nations on Lee. Three months ago, India's leaders were boisterous, delivering messages that the worst was over. Republican led effort to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom is collected enough valid signatures to qualify for the ballot. Voters who signed petitions do have a window of time to withdraw their signatures, and state officials will then determine the cost of the election, which could take three months. Several Republicans have said they will run against a Newsome, including Caitlyn Jenner at Newsome was elected governor in 2018 by the largest margin in modern history. Our recent polls show that 56% of voters are against the recall. Texas court is slated to hear arguments today on overturning the conviction of a former Dallas police officer who was sentenced to prison for fatally shooting her neighbor in his own home. An attorney for Amber Geiger and prosecutors are set to clash before an appeals court over whether the evidence was sufficient to prove that her 28 to 2018 shooting of Both and John was murder at the hearing before a panel of judges will examine a Dallas County Juries. 2019 decision to sentence Geiger to 10 years for murder at the appeal hangs on the contention that her mistaking John's apartment for her own was reasonable and therefore so too, was the shooting. Her attorneys have asked the appeals court to acquit her of murder or Substituting conviction for criminally negligent homicide, which carries a lesser sentence. We're behind the scenes Look at a FN head on over to a FN now dot com Reach out to me across the board on social Media, I met Matt Ray talk, use the hashtag A FN and follow the show on Twitter to at America's first news. We're just getting started on this Tuesday morning. It's the 27th Day of April. We'll take a look at the markets coming up next Asian markets Bell after Wall Street rose to.
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"100, less than a million dollars a year about 70% of their income comes from wages. But for those making more than million for the top 3/10 of a percent, it's the opposite about 30% of their wages come from Wages. Republican leaders have said they're unwilling to undo the 2017 tax law, their signature achievement under the Trump administration that to pay for what they view is big spending by Democrats. Republican led effort to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom is collected enough valid signatures to qualify for the ballot. Voters who signed the petitions now have a window of time to withdraw their signatures and then state officials will determine the cost of the election that could take months. Several Republicans have said they will run against Newsome, including Caitlyn Jenner. Newsome was elected governor in 2018 by the largest margin in modern history, and recent polls show that 56% of voters are against the recall. Texas court is slated to hear arguments today on overturning the conviction of a former Dallas police officer who was sentenced to prison for fatally shooting her neighbor in his apartment on attorney for Amber Geiger and prosecutors are set to square off before an appeals court over whether the evidence was sufficient to prove that her 2018 shooting of bottom John was murder. The hearing before a panel of judges will examine a Dallas County Juries. 2019 decision tow give her 10 years for murder. The appeal hangs on the contention that her mistaking John's apartment for own was reasonable and therefore so too was the shooting. Her lawyers have asked the appeals court to acquit her of murder or toe, substituting conviction for criminally negligent homicide, which would carry a significantly lesser sentence. In his first face to face with the journalists in months. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday flatly denied he had done anything inappropriate with any women who have accused him of sexual misconduct and harassment. When asked about groping claims and other issues, Cuomo said he did and nothing wrong. A number of women of us. We accuse you of acts including groping,.
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"The day with high of 81 alone in the low sixties, and we'll have a gusty north winds right now and W B A P. 71 degrees news brought to you by the head would group former Dallas police officer Amber Geiger's appealing her murder conviction in the death of both John She was sentenced to 10 years in prison after claiming to have mistaken John's apartment for her own before she fatally Shot him. Geiger's trial attorney, Toby Shook, says her appellate attorney is arguing his client should have been convicted of criminally negligent homicide not murdered, making illegal argument based on what the evidence showed, and what he feels that the the culpable mental state for negligent homicide is. A panel of three judges will make a ruling after today's appeal. Opposed to his partner request has been submitted to tax is officials on behalf of George Floyd they were request is in connection with the 2004 drug arrest that was done by now indicted ex Houston police officer whose case history is under scrutiny following a deadly drug wait in 2019 and the plea deal. Floyd was served 10 months in state jail for selling $10 worth of cocaine. The ax Houston officer who arrested Floyd is now having his case history viewed Harris County D a supports the pardon request, and governor Abbott is asking for a federal reimbursement amid occur in search of migrants at the southern border. The state of Texas has several pending lawsuits and some counties of issued disaster declarations over impacts of the current migrants. Serge Laure Reese, with the conservative think tank. The Heritage Foundation says costs that result from the surge or the federal government's responsibility is working to notify members not to just throw money at the current border. Crisis. Governor Rabbit now asking all Texas County judges to send his office of full estimate of the financial impact the surge has had on their counties so he can officially request a federal reimbursement. Clayton Nevil W B A P News from the W B A P News desk. I Nicolo say your next update A set 6 24 7 coverage at W B A P Taco..
‘Botham Jean Boulevard' Officially Unveiled in Dallas
"Larger reparations discussion. The city of Dallas is named a street for both of Zon and black man who was shot and killed in his own apartment by former police officer Amber Geiger. Back in 2018. Geiger had mistakenly entered zones apartment thinking it was her own and shot him thinking he was an intruder. There's now a stretch of South Lamar ST It's
Dallas County DA’s Office to Present Oral Arguments in Amber Guyger’s Appeal Case
"County D. A s office is served notice to the fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that it intends to file aural arguments on April 27th on behalf of the state relating to the Amber Geiger case. In 2019 Geiger of former Dallas police officer was sentenced to 10 years in the shooting death of her neighborhood, both of John. She testified that she had mistakenly entered his apartment and shot him. Fearing that he was an intruder inside her room last August. Geiger's lawyers appealed the murder conviction. They're seeking a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. Kim Lamb kins, WB AP News The
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"Guys haven't heard Kim Kardashian with throwing him a bachelor party is He's a bachelor the whole time he married Steve Time for headlines with Ladies and gentlemen, Miss and trip. Thank you very much and good morning. Well, the first president ever impeached twice is about to be tried twice, but he's giving him a little bit of leeway. Now the newly minted Senate Majority leader Charles Schumer, says the official article of impeachment is going to be presented to the Senate later today, however, human has agreed to delay the trial so Both sides can prepare and so that senators can concentrate on his Cabinet nominations and his covert relief package. Make no mistake. The trial will be held in the United States Senate and there will be a vote whether to convict The president. Ex President Trump's trial schedule begin The week of February. 8th. By the way, the number of Americans with confirmed Corona virus infections is now over 25 million. The number was 24 million own a week ago and get this Yeah, I bet you heard about this. But with the Corona virus vaccine running out in certain places, health officials say that a brand new type of tourism Has emerged a calling it vaccine tourism officials in Florida friend to save people from other countries or other states are flying in to the shuns the Sunshine State to get inoculated because they have the value of the vaccine. So now new guidelines have been issued, which mandate that covert vaccinations on Lee be given to full or part time Florida residents and they gotta prove it by producing a driver's license or rental lease or something. Utility bill something like that. The Senate's confirmed the president's pick for secretary of defense. The A's are 93 the nays air, too, and the nomination is confirmed. The Thai General Lloyd Austin, extremely well liked and highly regarded, it becomes the first black American and U. S history to head up the Pentagon. In Texas A federal judge is allowing the family of 26 year old bottom gene to file a civil rights lawsuit. Against the city of Dallas and against Amber Geiger that now ex cop who shot him to death as he sat in his own apartment, watching TV and eating ice cream. The judge dismissed an earlier ruling, which prohibited the 26 year old count's family from suing. But again, a federal judge is allowing this family to file a civil rights lawsuit. And yes, it was a very sad weekend in the world of entertainment. First of all, we lost character actor Gregory Sierra. He was 83 years old. He started Barney Miller a lot of TV shows. He's also a few white watch Miami vice like I did. He was the first chief of detectives before Edward James. Almost legendary TV talk shows Larry King was 87. He had been hospitalized recently for covert 19, but he had a whole host of Health problems, including a lot of the heart problems. And, yes, Henry Hank Aaron, who, despite racist death threats, made history on April 8th 1974 when he broke Babe Ruth's home record. He's died. Also, black.
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"Part of the post holiday surge. We don't know exact time frame. There's not a forecasting to see it, but we would just expect with the number of hospitalizations that we've had over the last several weeks that we would start seeing some of the deaths occurring indoor gatherings and travel over the holiday season, is blamed for the recent rise in cases and hospitalizations across the state. The annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo will happen next month. Pandemic or not, but there will be a noticeable change. The popular Carnival will not be set up this year. Officials say the move will help manage crowd capacity while helping to prevent the spread of the virus. San Antonio Spurs will use robot technology to disinfect the a TNT center as the embassy's arise and infections among its players. The Spurs will be the first pro basketball team to use the Cenex light strike robots to help slow the spread of the virus among players and staff in the arena. Robots are equipped with a xenon lamp that uses UV light rays to kill the virus. The lamp has a 14 ft range, and the treatment is reportedly 99.9% effective. Killer droids will disinfect all areas of the arena and this first host the Rockets tonight at the A. T. N. T Center minus James Harden, who was traded to the Nets and a 14 mega deal. Our coverage of the game begins at six o'clock right here. Well. Dallas will soon renamed a street and honor of a man killed by an off duty police officer inside his own home Dallas City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to rename part of Lamar ST as both, um John Boulevard. The four mile stretch to be renamed includes his former apartment complex and the Dallas Police Department headquarters. John was killed in September of 2018. When Officer Amber Geiger, who was off duty at the time, mistook his apartment for her own and thought he was an intruder. Geiger was fired and is now serving 10 years for murder. Well. Traffic deaths are on the rise despite coronavirus, lockdowns and restrictions tamping down the number of people on the road through the first nine months of 2020. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says 28,190 People died in traffic crashes. That's an increase of a little more than 4.5%. In a letter to drivers, Nitta says the drivers who were out on the road took risks. The Governor Highways Safety Association says they believe the big factor in the increase in death is from speeding and lack of enforcement from police. Association. Sights of decline in the number of traffic stops during the Corona virus pandemic. Actor Armie Hammer is pulling out of his next movie role after online rumors accused him of cannibalism. Hammer told TMZ that he doesn't want to respond to the claims.
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"Well, it's the second time the house has done it and 13 months the president has been impeached. The vote was to 32 to 1 97 10. Republicans joined with Democrats to impeach President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged her colleagues to support this effort it constitutional remedy that will ensure that the republic will be safe from this man. It was so resolutely determined You tear down the things that we hold, dear. And that hold us together. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy criticized President Trump's behavior last week during the ride at the capital, but the California Republicans stopped short of impeachment. He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. These facts require immediate action. But President Trump Except to share responsibility. Meantime, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the earliest the Senate could receive the article of impeachment from the houses next Tuesday, The day before the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. A trial could go on for weeks of it takes place at all. A conviction would allow senators to then vote to bar the outgoing president from running for office again in 2024 Strip him of his post presidential benefits. Meantime, Washington D C is practically locked down after last week's mob attack. As many as 20,000 National Guard troops are descending on the nation's capital. In an effort to keep peace ahead of the presidential inauguration of Joe Biden next week, President Trump issued a video Wednesday calling for calm and condemning the Capitol Hill riot of last week. Violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country, D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser doesn't want people coming to town for the inauguration. We have Asked Americans not to come to the Washington D C event, but instead to participate, virtually DC's downtown streets are being blocked off and Busses and trains air getting reread. It is part of the security effort. Texas Attorney General Kim Paxson is charging abiding campaign worker with election fraud. Rachel Rodriguez of San Antonio was seen in a project Veritas video last fall engaging and vote harvesting. Accident is charging her with the election fraud, illegal voting unlawfully assisting people to vote by mail and unlawfully possessing an official ballot. Officials viewed dozens of hours of unedited footage before arresting Rodriguez. She faces up to 20 years in prison. Well, it's now virtually impossible for Democrats in the Texas Senate to block Republican legislation. Texas Republicans banded together to change the rule that used to require the approval of 19 of the 31 States senators just to bring a bill for debate now that there are only 18 Republican state senators. They've lowered that number needed to 18 State Senator Bryan Hughes authored it on major legislation with major support among Republican voters who have elected a majority this body. This amendment would allow those bills to come to the floor for debate. Senate Democrats all opposed Senator Carol Alvarado chipping away at their tradition. This institution Will San Antonio's been passed over for the home of the U. S. Space Command. Mayor Ron Nirenberg confirmed the decision last night and remains optimistic about future opportunities for the city. The bottom line is for us. I think we have really turned heads and been short listed for future opportunities in the Defense Department, as well as underscoring our ability to keep And grow the missions that we have here. The new Space Command headquarters is moving from Colorado to Huntsville, Alabama, which is home to the Redstone arsenal. This ended two year competition for the final decision. Ah, Wednesday marked the highest death toll for San Antonio during the Corona virus pandemic is there were 25 new deaths related to Cove in 19 reported there are currently nearly 200 deaths under investigation by Metro health. They're believed to be covert related 1378 new covert cases were also reported on Wednesday. All Dallas will soon rename a street in honor of a man killed by an off duty police officer inside his own apartment. Dallas City Council voted unanimously yesterday to rename part of Lamar ST as both of John Boulevard. The four mile stretch to be renamed includes his former apartment complex and the Dallas Police Department headquarters. John was killed in September of 2018. When Officer Amber Geiger mistook his apartment for her own and thought he was an intruder. Geiger was fired and is now serving 10 years for murder. On what's next and paella Thons business cycle. Denise Pellegrini of Bloomberg has this and focus report the sweat from home business could hit an upslope. The pandemic has been a tailwind for homework out. Cos Politan, co founder and CEO William Lynch would wish that global pandemic on anybody, but it's been tailwind for businesses. People are home. But now analysts, its steeple and elsewhere are warning. Those that did best during the pandemic may struggle is the vaccine takes hold. Rivals include Apple Fitness Plus are toning their strategy as Politan. Customers wait for weeks to get their equipment and paella town is.
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"Area codes. 214469 and 972 customers asking for new service, adding a number or moving could be assigned the new code. Collin County a century seem nearly 7000 doses of Modernist Cove in 19 vaccine from the state next week. That's according to the county's judge. It comes a week after the Texas Department of State Health Services announced a list of large vaccination hubs. That received a majority of doses this week. They included Dallas, Dentyne and tearing counties but not call in North Texas. Gun shop owners say the recent spike in sales is not related to the riots on on the U. S. Capitol experts say they believe it has to do with the reality that the outcome of the presidential election will not be overturned and because Democrats are more likely to pursue gun control measures. That dealers say demand has been building long before last week's events. The Dallas City Council has unanimously voted to approve the renaming of a stretch of Lamar ST to both, um Gene Boulevard to honor the 26 year old who was killed in his apartment by an off duty officer in 2018. Former Dallas officer Amber Geiger claimed she thought she was walking into her unit and that he was an intruder. Geiger was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 10 years in prison. And there's new evidence in the Amber hag Erman case from 1996. She's the little girl. The amber alert was named for Arlington. Police say the evidence may help them create a Dnepr. Oh, file of her killer. The nine year old vanished 25 years ago while out riding her bike. Her body was discovered almost a week later. From the W B A P News death I'm sharing reared in 24 7. Coverage can be found at WB ap dot com. Are you taking a.
Dallas City Council Approves Renaming Street in Memory of Botham Jean
"Dallas City Council has unanimously voted to approve the renaming of a stretch of Lamar ST to both, um Gene Boulevard to honor the 26 year old who was killed in his apartment by an off duty officer in 2018. Former Dallas officer Amber Geiger claimed she thought she was walking into her unit and that he was an intruder. Geiger was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
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"57. Right now. 48 at the DFW airport. Well, rear real clear Politics co founder and president Tom Bevan talked with Lisa Brady on the Fox News rundown and he weighed in on the second impeachment of President Donald Trump and what it means for Republicans distancing themselves from the president and for those who voted to impeach him, But you have to stand before their constituents and explain Why they did what they did, and hope that they can convince enough of those constituents that they were doing what they felt was the right thing for the country. Now. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is not saying how he might vote and a future Senate trial. The Kentucky Republican is blocking a quick Senate trial of Trump, but he's told colleagues he's not made up his mind about how he might vote. Yet whenever that trial may get underway Lamar Street between High 30 and South Central Expressway in Dallas, is being renamed in honor of both of John John was shot and killed in his Lamar Street apartment by former police officer Amber Geiger. His mother, Alison John appreciates that gesture by the city. Again. Partly cloudy overnight. The low should be in the mid thirties. Right now, we do have 48 degrees in Fort Worth from the W B A P news desk. Mickey Briggs. We do have additional news, which I will get to hear when we have a small technical difficulty. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, it begin didn't say how he'll vote, but federal officials say they're going to get tougher on airline passengers who disrupt flights. The move Wednesday by the federal it May Aviation administration follows several incidents involving people who refuse to wear masks or conducted in flight demonstrations of support for President Trump. The FAA says it's seeing a disturbing increase in such incidents. FAA Administrator Stephen Dickinson signed an order directing that instead of warnings and really passengers will immediately face enforcement actions. Little. These can include fines and jail terms for assaulting her threatening airline crews or also other passengers again. We do have partly cloudy skies overnight. Right now it is 48 degrees in the city of Fort Worth. From the W B A P News desk. I Mickey Briggs, Your next update will be at 9 30 24 7 coverage is always at WB ap dot com. This'd is the news and talk of Texas. It's Chris Rock right now. Time use talking 20 w T h E W V a feed up calm. Our number two of episode number 2033. How about that? Here we are on the Chris truck program and the impeachment effort only yielded 10 Republicans, which is very good news. 1 96. Republicans said no 10. Republicans said yes on peach mint, that is Much better than it was training last night. So the Democrats are not getting what they're hoping for a widespread exist. I do not think thankful, stayed again tonight. I do not think we're going to see A Nixon thing happened, That's what they were hoping to happen. Some of the Republicans wanted that the machine one of that I don't think that's gonna happen now. Second of all, McConnell is not as bad as we were hearing. I'm not saying he's good, but he was not as bad as we were hearing last night. He is not saying he's gonna vote to convict on while he appears to be for, uh, you know, getting in the Senate. He's not gonna allow it to take place until after the president is out of office, in which case is a solid ground. Footing for a legitimate possible route ruling by the Supreme Court. That would say no because the Constitution is oppression along, scholar John Turley said today in his column. The The whole impeachment proceeding is for Removal of a sitting president. And then after he's been removed, you convicted and then removed then you can borrow from office. Devouring from office is not part of the whole situation. It doesn't work that way. You have to get get being office so He has good standing to go to the Supreme Court. It will go to Supreme Court and you might end up winning that case, and it doesn't even go further. What a bunch of fools! These Democrats are by playing this stupid game that doesn't serve a good purpose. What a bunch of fools Lincoln with Lincoln support impeachment? No. Why Would come by William Galston today talking about Lincoln and what he said in the Stephen Douglas debate this month. The Lincoln Douglas debate in some other things. Um In this and like communities. Public sentiment is everything, said Lincoln with public sentiment. Nothing can fail Without it. Nothing can succeed. You hear that? With with public sentiment, anything could nothing and failed. Without it. Nothing can succeed well. 45% of Americans don't want Trump removed. There is no Um, support in public sentiment beyond half the people. 89% of Democrats support removing the president. But yet the exacting my Republicans do not support it. It's 80 97. It's almost the exact same amount of people. There is There is, in Lincoln's own words, no public sentiment. 73% of Republicans believe there was widespread voter fraud. In this past election on Lee 5% of Democrats do There is no public sentiment on one side of the other. Only 17% of president. Republicans hold the president responsible for the riot. But 94% of Democrats blame the president. Public sentiment is not Against the president. It is evenly divided. Lincoln also recognized, Galston writes. The shifting public opinion rarely happens without leadership. Shifting public. A pish opinion rarely happens without leadership. Lincoln said he who molds public sentiment. Goes deeper than he who enacts statutes or announces decision or pronounce the decision. He makes statutes and decisions possible or impossible to be executed. In other words, you need to mold public sentiment. There is no policy has not been molded on this. It's 50 50. Think it famously paraphrased Jesus. In his acceptance speech for the Senate in Springfield, he said, quote a house divided against itself cannot stand. And Galston says today just like in 18 58. We are a house divided so this is not gonna work And we all know that And that's why one of the many reasons why you saw only 10 Republicans vote to impeach today and why you do not have and women have two thirds Senate Majority to convict the president. I don't I don't. I don't know what's gonna happen. We don't know what's going on. But I don't think it's gonna end up being put in front of the Senate because even with The with Carla. Being the 51st vote. It's just very likely a two thirds and again it probably will be stopped. What a bunch of stupid idiots if they literally try to bring this to you after the president's out, because that's the only time they could do it. What a bunch of idiots if they try to do this Because they probably won't even go go to court and then be turned over. Hey, um, possibly overturned. I got something else that I really want to get into with you. Did you know? On the first day that you might have believed that I am not kidding you. This is real. On the first day of Joe Biden's presidency. A Republican. One Republican would filing articles of impeachment against Joe Biden. I'm not kidding you. I'm not kidding you. And you might ridicule this. You might laugh at it. You might think that's wrong. You might think it's divisive, but I mean, gosh. What is that You're going to reap what you sow what.
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"Week from today, Terror County is helping vaccinate eligible Texans and 10 surroundings counties. Initially they'll be called in here and given appointments to come and receive their vaccination. Eventually we hope that we'll be able to take something Out to them. County Judge Glenn Whitley says residents of neighboring counties with underlying health risks or 65, years old and older must register to be vaccinated on the Terran County website. The same applies for Tarrant County residents in Texas. You do not have to be vaccinated in the county you live in and a Dallas Street is being named after a man deemed a local hero. Both of John was shot and killed in his Lamar Street apartment by former Dallas police officer Amber Geiger in 2018. Since then, Dallas is acknowledged to be like Bo Day and celebrated Johnson. Life. Both of his mother, Alison, John appreciates the gesture. One wish is that both of his name will be remembered that never ever be forgot. Lamar for my 32 South Central Expressway will be renamed Botham John Boulevard. Like Nevil, WB. AP NEWS TEXAS Business Closing numbers on Wall Street, The Dow down eight points NASDAQ Up 57 the SNP 500 UP by nine again the low Tonight 38. It is 60 degrees from the W B A B NEWS desk. America BUSHMAN Your Next update at 6 30 24 7 coverage. WB ap dot com. Democrats unify the country by impeaching President Trump. And now we're hearing what Democrat unity sounds like yesterday. No questions, please. We're trying to bring this nation back.
Texas officer charged with murder after shooting a 31-year-old Black man in Wolfe City, northeast of Dallas
"Jonathan Pryce, an African American shot by a white police officer. There has been lots of questions about It's over the last couple of days. Jim Ryan of ABC Radio News is watching the story for us, Jim Thanks very much for joining us. Tell us what happened. You know, we would. Saturday evening and again, you're gonna have to rely on what they said or what they had. It's like so many cases like this. A man named Jonathan Pryce, who lived in Wolf City, Texas, was well known, well liked around the community there. 31 year old, he said. You are his family said that he was near a convenience store. He saw this disturbance going on between a man and woman. He stepped in, tried to break it up. That's when the police showed up. A police officer named Shawn Lucas 22, year old police officer fairly new on the police department. There saw what was happening and tried to take Jonathan Pryce into custody. I didn't know what his role was in the whole thing. Price resisted that and was shot and killed. Now Lucas has hired the same attorney who represented Amber Geiger. Don't know if you remember that case, Dallas who was convicted out of shooting and killing a man in his own apartment that he now that all the sarees is now, our that lawyers now representing Shawn Lucas. He says that price was trying to take looses. Lucas is Taser away from him and that that's when he was shot and killed so they will see where this goes. The officer is on leave right now he's being held on a billion dollars bond until this whole thing is tired out. It is going to a grand jury. The Texas Rangers, the investigative agency, says that this appears to be non justifiable police shooting. Any videotape him. No. Well there there probably is the outside the convenience store. There were security cameras set up now whether they were turned on whether they have provided video. The police have not said. But if there is video, it's in the hands of investigators now will not be made public at least not yet. Maybe not even until there's a trial. So what happens next? Where are we in terms of? Well, what happens next? I guess that's the question. Well, it'll go to the grand jury. The grand jury will either indict Officer Lucas or declined to indict him. No bill him and he'll be turned loose that from there, then we'll be looking at a trial if he's true building on murder charges. There was a vigil held last night in Wolf City for Jonathan Pryce. Now we'll see where it does go in and find out more about what the Texas Rangers role in this. And what's the attorney for police officers. Jim Ryan from ABC
Lawyers For Former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger File Appeal For Lesser Charge Following Murder Conviction
"Asked to consider a lesser charge in the case of former Dallas police officer Amber Geiger, Amber Guy you're serving a 10 year prison sentence after being convicted of murder in the shooting death of both Anjan Geiger claims she shot John after mistaking his apartment for her own. Now her attorneys appealing her conviction, asking for a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. The claim is that the evidence didn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Geiger committed murder. The defense team asking for a hearing to prove their case. Clayton Nevel
Dallas dropped from lawsuit over man shot by cop in own home
"City of Dallas is being removed from a civil lawsuit over the shooting death of an unarmed black man inside his apartment by an off duty cop a federal judge made the decision this week ruling attorneys for both in John's family failed to prove Dallas should be held accountable John was shot to death by amber Geiger in twenty eighteen she was off duty but still in uniform at the time and was
2 men in custody linked to murder of key witness in Amber Guyger trial
"Two men in custody linked to the murder of key witness in amber Geiger trial that's the trial well the officer who parked when is the wrong apartment parked on the floor that she thought was her floor which parked on the wrong one when does open shot the man inside was an accountant it was a witness at when this was shot killed murdered it turns out that was a drug related thing
Slain witness in ex-cop's trial was set to testify against Dallas police
"Five activist Sean king is offering a hundred thousand dollars for the killer of a key witness in the amber Geiger murder trial the former Dallas police officer was convicted last week of murdering both of John and sentenced to ten years in jail Joshua brown was a neighbor of John and Geiger and the former U. S. football player gave key testimony at the trial police say brown was shot Friday night in the parking lot of his apartment
Key witness in Amber Guyger trial shot to death
"The key prosecution witness at the murder trial of former Dallas police officer amber Geiger has been killed Josh will brown was a neighbor of both from John who was shot to death by Geiger in his own apartment brown testified in Geiger's murder trial for the prosecution and became emotional when describing hearing the gunshots we shot over the weekend in an apartment parking lot just days after Geiger was sentenced to ten years in prison you're listening to USA
Witness in ex-Dallas officer's murder trial shot and killed
"A witness in the murder trial of amber Geiger. white Dallas police officer who killed her black neighbor after thinking his apartment was hers has died. Dallas police investigating the murder of the witness KTVT television reporter Nicole Jacobsz with the latest in a sad twist of events Josh will brown Josh will brown who testified during the amber Geiger trial so right at the top was shot and killed Friday night outside of the terror apartments on cedar springs road Lee Merritt an attorney for both of John's family says he spoke with brown's mother I did hear from Karen McCoy which was to us was a mother who lives out of the state and
Joshua Brown, key witness in Amber Guyger murder trial and neighbor of Botham Jean, shot to death in Dallas
"A key witness in the amber Geiger murder trial has been shot to death the former Dallas police officer was convicted last week of murdering bottom John and sentenced to ten years in jail Joshua brown was a neighbor of both John and Geiger gave key testimony at the trial police say brown was killed Friday not in the parking lot of his apartment complex where he was found with multiple
Witness in ex-Dallas officer's murder trial shot and killed
"Geiger trial witness debt trump attacks Romney I'm Evan handing a key prosecution witness in the murder trial of former Dallas police officer amber Geiger has been killed Joshua brown was a neighbor of both them John who was shot to death by amber guy you're in his apartment brown testified in Geiger's murder trial for the prosecution and became emotional when describing hearing the gunshots brown was shot over the weekend and apartment parking lot just days after Geiger were sentenced to ten years in prison witnesses say they heard several gunshots in soul silver sedan speed out of the parking lot police now investigating what exactly led to the killing correspondent Clayton Nevil reports a lawyer for victim both them the edges John's family said brown help put guy girl away and said brown's mother is devastated we all
Witness who testified in Amber Guyger trial shot to death
"A key prosecution witness in the murder trial of former Dallas police officer amber Geiger has been killed just to a brown was a neighbor of both the John who was shot to death by amber guy you're in his apartment brown testified in Geiger's murder trial for the prosecution and became emotional when describing hearing the gunshots brown was shot over the weekend and apartment parking lot just days after Geiger were sentenced to ten years in prison witnesses say they heard several gunshots in soul silver sedan speed out of the parking lot police now investigating what exactly led to the killing correspondent Clayton Nevil reports a lawyer for victim both them the edges John's family said brown help put guy girl away and said brown's mother is devastated we
Witness who testified in Amber Guyger trial shot to death
"Pence a civil rights attorney says a key witness in the murder trial of Dallas police officer amber Geiger as been found shot to death just two days after Geiger was sentenced to ten years in prison the man's testimony was instrumental in Geiger's murder conviction for the shooting death of both in jun witness had lived across from John and gave an emotional testimony police have not released the man's name more identified any
Jurors in Amber Guyger's murder trial agreed that 28 year sentence was too harsh
"A member of the jury that sentenced former Dallas police officer to ten years for murder says she just couldn't give prosecutors what they wanted they ask for twenty eight years and I will be honest and true I was like. I can give her it's only eight years. you're in Dallas was given the choice between either manslaughter or murder the jury chose the more severe conviction but some protesters said ten years was too lenient the former cop amber Geiger claims she shot a man in his own apartment because she was scared and thought he was actually an intruder in her
Amber Guyger: US ex-cop sentenced to 10 years for murder
"The former Dallas police officer amber Geiger and let me just start off by saying. I don't think the threatened why it's war protests are appropriate now here's the deal amber Geiger former Dallas police officer she's relatively young and because we view everything through the prism of race she is white everybody I think knows the story by now last summer she's coming on home from her shift and she's she's worked like over time she gets off on the wrong floor at her apartment complex in Dallas she is apparently not on the phone she's at least allegedly sending like Macy messages to some guy that she seeing on the police department so she's tired she's distracted. he gets off on the fourth floor instead of the third floor she walks into the hallway of her of the apartment building but she's on the wrong floor she according to her testimony doesn't realize that she's on the wrong floor now there's all sorts of indicators as to why she should have noticed she's on the wrong floor but she says she's not paying attention to this and I think for you know I think most of us can perhaps relate have you ever gotten off on the wrong floor then realized Gee I'm on the wrong floor you ever look for your car in a parking garage and gotten off on the wrong floor she gets off on the wrong floor and does not notice the chief you know on the wrong floor she goes up to what she thinks is her apartment but it's not her apartment because she's one floor up doesn't notice the fact that you know. the number which is supposed to be with three eighteen or whatever she's in front of four eighteen doesn't notice the fact that the welcome mat is red instead of blue or or whatever so she she is distracted she goes to open the door the door is unlocked so she goes into this apartment thinking that she's going into her apartment was she's in somebody else's apartment and there's the apartment owner sitting light soft guys watching TV he stands up when you see somebody walking into his apartment she pulled out her service revolver and shoots and kills right so that's the underlying facts she is charged and as we talked about before in my opinion completely and totally appropriately convicted of first degree intentional homicide nets you know it's she's so she's convicted of this particular crime juries only out like an hour and a half to decide on her guilt okay no problem at all with that verdict it is appropriate what's interesting in Texas is the juries in cases like this have input into the the sentencing and what happens is yesterday the jury at the end of the sentencing phase of the trial not the guilt phase but the sentencing trial comes down in sentences her to ten years in prison the prosecution had recommended twenty eight years she gets a ten year sentence now the brother of the victim you perhaps saw the footage he says look I I don't so far as I'm concerned I don't think she needs to be in jail goes over and hugs are prosecution wanted twenty eight years she gets ten and immediately afterwards you have a number of quote unquote social justice advocates who are absolutely outrageous you know the phrase no justice no peace separate cetera that's what people are chanting the idea of being a relatively attractive white police officer shoots and kills a person of color and only gets ten years for one for. four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talking text like honestly don't remember if I said this on the air or off the to one of my teammates to saying what do you think she's going to get and. what I said was I think it's probably going to be somewhere between ten and fifteen years so it was ten I don't think that this wasn't an appropriate