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"andrew womble" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Significantly livelier than one in nearly any face to face setting. The wave at the conclusion of these remote meetings causes a range of reactions among those who do it from embarrassment to enthusiasm. Yet NBC News says psychologists, body language experts and those who studied digital communication all agree, waving at the end of Zoom and other calls is a good thing. It suggest that Just because we have been socially distance for the past 14 months does not mean we have become socially inept. Eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning Once again, Here's Jennifer Grishenko and now the three big things you need to know. Number one. A New York state investigation looking into whether the Trump organization illegally inflated the value of its properties is now examining whether any criminal misdeeds occurred. For more than two years. New York Attorney General Leticia James's office has been investigating former President Trump and his company after former Trump Attorney Michael Cohen claimed they fraudulently boosted property values to obtain tax breaks and better terms on loans and insurance. Until now, that probe had been strictly civil in nature. Number two House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says he opposes plans for a bipartisan commission to investigate the January six assault on the U. S. Capitol. Dismissing the independent probe is counterproductive and short sighted. Remember on good Friday on officer was killed at the capital. We don't need to investigate that. What about all the riots that have led up throughout the summer that the unrest from BLM and teeth and others know you can't investigate that? This is driven solely by politics and Nancy Pelosi. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans in his chamber are undecided. Number three in North Carolina district Attorney says the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr by sheriff deputies in Elizabeth City, North Carolina in April was justified. 42 year old black man was shot during an encounter with Pascua Tank County Sheriff's Office deputies who were attempting to issue drug related search and arrest warrants to Andrew Womble. In this case, the deputies used the amount of force team reasonably appropriate by.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The wave at the conclusion of these remote meetings causes a range of reactions among those who do it from embarrassment to enthusiasm. Yet NBC News says psychologists, body language experts and those who studied digital communication all agree waving At the end of Zoom and other calls is a good thing. It suggests that just because we have been socially distance for the past, 14 months does not mean we have become socially inept. Eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning Once again, here's Jennifer Grishenko and now the three big things you need to know. Number one. A New York state investigation looking into whether the Trump organization illegally inflated the value of its properties is now examining whether any criminal misdeeds occurred for more than two years. New York Attorney General Leticia James's office has been investigating former President Trump and his company after former Trump Attorney Michael Cohen. Claimed they fraudulently boosted property values to obtain tax breaks and better terms on loans and insurance. Until now, that probe had been strictly civil in nature. Number two House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says he opposes plans for a bipartisan commission to investigate the January six assault on the U. S. Capitol. Dismissing the independent probe is counterproductive and short sighted. Remember on good Friday on officer was killed at the capital. We don't need to investigate that. What about all the riots that have led up throughout the summer that the unrest from BLM and teeth and others know you can't investigate that thistles driven solely by politics and Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans in his chamber are undecided. Number three in North Carolina district Attorney says the fatal shot Eating of Andrew Brown Jr by sheriff deputies in Elizabeth City, North Carolina in April was justified. The 42 year old black man was shot during an encounter with Pascua Tank County Sheriff's Office deputies. We're attempting to issue drug related search and arrest warrants to Andrew Womble. In this case, the deputies used the amount of force team reasonably appropriate by them to neutralize a perceived threat.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Makers since 1945 Republicans on the House Administration committee called for the hearing in the wake of concerns over the board's role overseeing Capitol police. The board's voting members are comprised of the House and Senate sergeant at Arms and the architect of the Capitol. But Senate sergeant at arms carrying Gibson will not appear in person before the committee. That means the board streak of not testifying together before Congress since 1945 remains in place. However, how Sergeant at arms. William Walker, who was sworn into his role last month after serving as the head of the D C National Guard, will appear before the panel along with the architect of the Capitol, J. Brad Blanton. Claudia Chrysalis. NPR NEWS Washington New York attorney. A state attorney general's office says its investigation of the Trump Organization is expanding NPR's child. Snyder reports. The investigation is now considering potential financial crimes. A spokesman for New York attorney General Leticia James issued a statement saying her offices expanding what had been a civil investigation. It is now pursuing criminal violations, along with the Manhattan district attorney, James is offices it has notified the Trump Organization. The former president has previously said James's investigation is politically motivated. NPR's trial. Snyder reporting the law enforcement officer who's fatally shot a black man in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, won't face charges or lose their jobs as well. Michael's from member station W. N. C reports. The local district attorney says the killing of Andrew Brown Jr was justified. The passport's in county sheriff says deputies were attempting to serve search and arrest warrants when they closely surrounded Brown's car and told him to put his hands up. District Attorney Andrew Womble claims Brown then began to use the car as a deadly weapon when he tried to get away two choices he could.

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No Charges for Deputies in Andrew Brown Jr. Shooting

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

No Charges for Deputies in Andrew Brown Jr. Shooting

"Justified in shooting Andrew Brown Jr last month when Brown struck a deputy with his car and nearly ran him over. CBS correspondent Michael Jordan's contain County district Attorney Andrew Womble says the officers will not face criminal charges when you Employee, a car. In a manner that puts Officers. Labs in danger that is a threat and attorney for Brown's family, said the D. A's decision appears to ignore the sheriff's department's protocols. They don't shoot a vehicle that's no longer a threat and you don't shoot into a move. Move ill. Brown's family is hoping the Justice Department's civil rights division will now review the case. Michael George. CBS NEWS A death of a teenager in

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"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

"An inside source tells The Associated Press President Biden is urging Israel's leader to stop the assault on Gaza and Biden face protest today in the US at Afford Electric vehicle center in Michigan. The president look to make the case that his infrastructure plans will help steer the nation's future. The future. Their auto industry is electric by a scheduling quirk. He was in Dearborn, a city nearly half Arab American and a few miles away. AH Mayor's A hair with a group called New Generation for Palestine, says the president's award criminal is participating in and funding the murder of our families. The White House is under intense pressure to intervene. Saga room agony. Washington The top GOP leader in the House, says that he's opposed to an independent commission. To investigate January's deadly capital incursion. The top Senate Republican, says he's putting the idea on pause. Today, The House passed a hate crimes bill aimed at ending violence toward Asian Americans enhancing reporting and investigation. The FBI is revealing its investigating the 2017 death of an Asian American teen in Colorado as a possible hate crime. 17 year old Maggie Long was set on fire in her family's home outside of Denver. No arrest was ever made. Police in the San Francisco Bay area are looking for one or more suspects in the fatal shooting attack on a party bus. During the early morning hours. This is AP News North Carolina prosecutor says sheriff's deputies were justified in the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown district attorney Andrew Womble says Brown's death was tragic and justified because Mr.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:30 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Where we go from here when it comes to wearing masks, WGN traffic on the expressways until ways there are no major delays to report. We are aware of an accident reported outbound on the express lanes of the Kennedy Right now. It's only seven minutes from Ontario. Out to Montrose, The city of Chicago updated its mask policy today, Public Health commissioner Dr Allison or Watty, following guidance from the CDC and the state and recognizing how safe and effective this covert vaccine is. The city of Chicago will no longer require masks. For fully vaccinated people in most settings, while not required doctor already says they still strongly make recommend that people wear masks in indoor settings. Lollapalooza is making a comeback. Festival goers will descend on Grand Park when Lollapalooza opens at full capacity. July 29th running through August 1st. The lineup will be revealed tomorrow morning and you'll give you a couple of hours to look it over because tickets go on sale at noon and be aware there are some limitations for attendance with the pandemic. The attorney for morning Yang, the woman convicted of killing the pregnant girlfriend of former Bears star Shaun Gayle, says there's new evidence. Support that Yang didn't commit the crime. Jed Stone, who was Yang's lawyer, says forensic pathologist Dr Cyril Wecht to re examine the case points out that bruises found on Ronnie Reuters face Were there before she was murdered. We now know that those injuries to the I to the lip into the chin of Miss Reuter occurred days before Days before she was shot. Yang is currently serving two life sentences for the crime. She has been seeking a new trial. A North Carolina prosecutor says sheriff's deputies were justified. And the deadly shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. The AP, said. Donahue District Attorney Andrew Womble says Brown's death was tragic and justified because Mr Brown's actions Calls three deputies with the past contain county Sheriff's office. Reasonably believe it was necessary to use deadly force to protect themselves and others. Bible says.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:14 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on WTOP

"Riot near the beginning of the year. But will a commission be the one to dig those answers up? The House Republican leader has announced he will not support and 9 11 style commission to investigate the January 6th attack. The commission will be voted on tomorrow as we hear tonight from W. T O P. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says in a statement that the bipartisan commission would duplicate on going through Rational investigations and could be counterproductive. He also renews his call for a panel to go beyond the January 6th attack on the capital to review protests from last summer and other violence. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says his conference is still reviewing the legislation. We need to read the fine print. The House Rules Committee, meanwhile, has cleared the way for a vote on Wednesday. Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin says the rioters left taxpayers footing the bill. It was a scene of absolute chaos and wreckage, and it's costing us hundreds of millions of dollars. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. O P News staying on the Hill Congress just approving legislation meant to curtail a striking rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders during the pandemic. It goes next to President Biden Forest Signature. The bill, which the House passed 3 64 to 62 will expedite the review of hate crimes at the Justice Department and make grants available to help local law enforcement agencies improve their investigation, identification and reporting of incidents driven by bias, which often go on under reported The bill passed the Senate 94 to 1 last month after lawmakers reached a compromise. President Biden has said he will sign it knew this evening, A sheriff says The North Carolina deputies who shot and killed a black man last month can keep their jobs. They will be disciplined, he says, and retrained Earlier today, prosecutors said those deputies were justified in killing Andrew Brown Jr They won't face any charges. Brown was killed while behind the wheel of his car on April 21st in Elizabeth City, as deputies were serving a warrant on drug charges. His district attorney, Andrew Womble, calls Brown death, in fact, calls Brown's death tragic. But then he also says it was justified because of Brown's actions. 7 33, president Biden and administration officials encouraging Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other top Israeli leaders to wind down their bombardment of Gaza. That comes from a person with knowledge of the discussions, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity to discuss the private talks. A disclosure of the stepped up White House efforts come as the Israeli and Palestinian death souls mount and pressure grows on the U. S president to move more forcefully to stop the fighting. Israel pounded Gaza with more air strikes in the meantime, and Hamas responded with cross border rocket fire in this ninth day of fighting Israeli warplanes Blew up the homes of Hamas commanders and inflicted more destruction on Gaza as Palestinian rockets rain down on Israel. Violence spread to the West Bank where Israeli troops clashed with Palestinians who were observing a general strike in solidarity with Gaza. Robert Berger, CBS News Jerusalem or more on the fighting in the Middle East. One of the reasons why peace negotiations aren't yielding much progress is that some key players are missing from the discussion Late 2020. There was something that a number of Middle Eastern and North African countries did call the Abraham accords that basically Allowed them to normalize relations with Israel and as a result of that these countries and narrow in a bit of a bind because they don't want to come out and condemn Israel, But at the same time, they're receiving pressure from inside their Arab countries to do something to help the people in Gaza. That's w T O p national security correspondent J. J Green President Biden traveled to Michigan today to hit the accelerator on his infrastructure proposal at the Dearborn, Michigan plant where Ford is building the first all Electric F 1 50 pickup truck, The president vowed the U. S won't let China corner the market on electric vehicles. They will not win this race way. Can't let them.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Was I'm Jack Spear. Visiting our Ford plant in Michigan today, President Biden made his case for his $174 billion electric vehicle plan, the president calling for government grants for new battery production facilities to help haste in the electrification of the U. S auto industry at a time, Biden says China's clearly leading in that area keep part of electric vehicle is the battery. Right now, 80%. The manufacturing capacity. Those batteries is done in China, along with more money for battery production. Aqui centerpiece of the administration's plan is $100 billion in consumer rebates, Whoever, according to a White House fact sheet, the initiatives will not go towards expensive luxury models. Law enforcement officers who shot and killed a black man last month in Elizabeth City. North Carolina, will not be facing charges. Remember Station W. U. N C will Michael's reports the local D A found the police shooting of Andrew Brown Jr was justified The past contained. County sheriff says deputies were attempting to serve search and arrest warrants when they closely surrounded Brown's car. I told him to put his hands up. District Attorney Andrew Womble claims Brown then began to use the car as a deadly weapon. When he tried to get away. He had two choices he could comply. Or he could try to flee. And when he tried to flee, he put their lives in danger. Marble said he did not know if any deputies were injured. He shared about 45 seconds of body camera footage, but would not show more video or provide a copy of the investigation. Attorneys for the Brown family are demanding the release of both For NPR News. I'm will Michael's in Elizabeth City Secretary of state, Antony Blinken, his camped up his scheduled visit to an Arctic Council meeting and Iceland. It comes as the Biden administration tries mostly remotely to resolve a spiraling conflict in the Middle East. NPR's Michele Kelemen is traveling with the secretary. Lincoln is here in Reykjavik for an Arctic Council meeting, trying to stay focused on sustainable development in the region in combating climate change, But he's dogged by questions about the Biden administration's approach to the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. It's important to note that we are engaged In quiet but very intensive diplomacy in a nephew to de escalate the U. S. Has prevented the U. N Security Council from issuing a statement. Blinken says the Biden administration wants to make sure that any statement or action actually advances the objective to bring the current conflict to an end. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Reykjavik White House officials, according to a memo obtained by The Associated Press, want to quell any fears about inflation. And slower than anticipated the hiring levels as the U. S emerges from the Corona virus pandemic, According to the memo, which is targeted it. Senior administration officials and members of Congress administration's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure has helped to boost growth. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 267 points today. This is NPR. Dr Charles Grodin, who played the title character in the comedy The Heartbreak Kid, has died of cancer at his home in Connecticut. He was 86. NPR's Bob Mondello has this remembrance. He was the obstetrician who gave Rosemary's baby to a coven of witches, the hapless owner of a Saint Bernard in the Beethoven movies. And the man who met the girl of his dreams. Just a little bit late in the heartbreak Kid..

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"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

"Asked about minority leader Kevin McCarthy's decision not to back the creation of a commission to look into the January capital riot, disappointing but not surprising that the cowardice on the part of some one Republican side practical to find the truth. McCarthy did push to have a new Commission investigate other groups, namely the Black lives matter, groups that protest in police violence in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd last year. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Palestinian militants have been dealt unexpected blows and more than a week of Israeli bombardments in the Gaza Strip, the latest war between Israel and Hamas. Shows no signs of abating. In the second week, Palestinians across the region also went on a general strike and a rare collective action against Israel's policies. The fighting is the most intense since the 2014 war between Israel and Hamas. Today. President Biden is touring Ford's Electric Vehicle Center in Michigan. It's part of the electric vehicle future. The president envisions for the United States as a way to tackle climate change and create jobs. It's been up and down day across the board so far on Wall Street. This is AP News The Palestinian Health Ministry says a protester was killed in the West Bank. Hundreds of protesters have gathered on the outskirts of Ramallah to protest against Israel's actions in Gaza and Jerusalem, burning tires on hurling stones at the Israeli troops who fought take gas back of them at 1.7 shots rang out. It was unclear where they came from Israeli soldiers on a hillside opposite. The protest could be seen taking cover behind mounds of sandbags. Tensions of soaring over the latest Garza war, as well as recent clashes in Jerusalem on cities across Israel. I'm Charles Dillon Decima, a surfer was killed by a shark off the Australian East coast. The man in his fifties had been surfing north of Sydney. Beaches in the area are now closed. Police say they're working with government authorities to identify the species of shark a drone search after the attacks spotted two sharks in the area. Made Donahue AP News. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news Minute in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. I am basing decision on the facts, The evidence and the law. District Attorney Andrew Womble says the shooting death by deputies of a black man, Andrew Brown Jr. Was justified. The shooting last month by deputies attempting to serve drug related search and arrest warrants sparked protest. Wobbles. His deputies were doing their job. What you're asking is that law.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"This case. I have determined that the shooting of Andrew Brown on April 21st 2021 was justified. To protect the safety and lives of the deputies on the scene. That's district Attorney Andrew Womble. Presenting findings by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation. Marble says none of the deputies involved in the shooting will face criminal charges in Brown's death. Brown died last month while officers attempted to carry out a felony drug warrant. NPR's Sarah McCammon was at this morning's press conference and joins us now from Elizabeth City. Hi, Sarah. Hi, Harry. How is the district attorney who we just heard describing what happened leading up to the shooting death of Andrew Brown? Well, Andrew Womble says investigators spent the last several weeks reviewing body cam footage and other evidence. And they've determined that past contained county sheriff's deputies reasonably feared for their safety. While Bull says Brown used his car as a deadly weapon that he made what he described as aggressive driving moves toward the officers and made contact with them twice with his car. No one will spend more than an hour walking through the report showing both still images and several portions of body cam footage taken from multiple angles on that day. And what did you see in those videos? What more do they show about the events that happened that day? These videos do appear to show brown backing up and then driving toward officers and you can see deputies hustling out of the way. One of them is briefly pulled onto the hood of the car is brown drives. And then moments later, you see the officers shooting at Brown's car once from the front and then from behind several times as he drives away from them. Womble said there was an unmarked law enforcement vehicle in the path of Brown's car and that Braun posed a danger to others who might be in the area when you employ a core In a manner that puts Officers labs in danger that is a threat. And I don't care what direction you're going forward backward. Sideways. I don't care if you're stationary..

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"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

"Asked about minority leader Kevin McCarthy's decision not to back the creation of a commission to look into the January capital riot, disappointing but not surprising that the calibers on the part of some one Republican side doctor might find the truth. McCarthy did push to have a new Commission investigate other groups, namely the Black lives matter, Groups that protest in police violence in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd last year. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Palestinian militants have been dealt unexpected blows and more than a week of Israeli bombardments in the Gaza Strip. Latest war between Israel and Hamas shows no signs of abating. In the second week, Palestinians across the region also went on a general strike in a rare collective action against Israel's policies. The fighting is the most intense since the 2014 war between Israel and Hamas. Today. President Biden is touring Ford's Electric Vehicle Center in Michigan. It's part of the electric vehicle future. The president envisions for the United States as a way to tackle climate change and create jobs. It's been up and down day across the board so far on Wall Street. This is AP News The Palestinian Health Ministry says a protester was killed in the West Bank. Hundreds of protesters have gathered on the outskirts of Ramallah to protest against Israel's actions in Gaza and Jerusalem, burning tires on hurling stones at the Israeli troops who fought Tyg ass back of them at 1.7 shots rang out. It was unclear where they came from Israeli soldiers on a hillside opposite. The protest could be seen taking cover behind mounds of sandbags. Tensions of soaring over the latest Garza war, as well as recent clashes in Jerusalem on cities across Israel. I'm Charles Dillon, asthma, a surfer was killed by a shark off the Australian East coast. A man in his fifties had been surfing north of Sydney. Beaches in the area are now closed. Police say they're working with government authorities to identify the species of shark a drone search after the attacks spotted two sharks in the area. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. I'm basing decision on the facts, The evidence and the law. District Attorney Andrew Womble says the shooting death by deputies of a black man, Andrew Brown Jr. Was justified. The shooting last month by deputies attempting to serve drug related search and arrest warrants sparked protest. Wobbles. His deputies were doing their job. What you're asking is that law.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on KQED Radio

"District attorney's decision today not to charge police officers in the case. Earlier in the day, District attorney Andrew Womble said the police were justified shooting Brown during a drug arrest because Brown's car had come into contact with officers surrounding him. If he was going to attempt to flee, he had no choice but to drive directly at the officers. When he did that, and he made that decision on his own. He placed their lives in danger. After a Womble spoke. Brown's family disputed his claim and said in a statement that the car was moving away from officers and four of them did not fire their weapons, suggesting that they did not feel their lives were in danger. Joining us now is w UNC reporter Will Michael's will welcome Hey, Peter. Wobble showed four police body camera videos for the first time today. Did they make it clear what happened there on April 21st? Give a little bit more clarity. But as you said that these were four different body cameras about 45 seconds from each one of them, and they show officers approaching. Enter Brown in his car. The moments when they shoot and kill him. And then, uh, just about the moment that they reach into the car to retrieve his body. This does not show anything before or after that. But as you say that's district attorney Andrew Womble. His decision hinged on this idea that Aziz, he said, the officers perceived a threat against them and it was the car that was being used as a deadly weapon. But in his mind's Andrew Womble said, as soon as injured Brown did not listen to orders to put his hands up or get out of the car. That's the point of which the car was used as a deadly weapon. So there were some different interpretations of that video. Inside the briefing room. Actually, reporters asked. The district attorney. Whether or not he thought that that Andrew Brown was simply just trying to get away from officers and that, uh, that they stepped in front of the car. But I think there are still some questions to be answered here. It has given a little bit of clarity, but not everything is answered here. Right? And sometimes a 44 2nd video doesn't tell the whole story. So what other questions are people asking today? Well from those about a handful of people who were outside the past Pertain County courthouse where I am now said along the same lines released the rest of the footage. There is a deep sense of distrust. From being here over several days between the people of Elizabeth City and the authorities who are sworn to protect Elizabeth City. And so they want to see the video that is that exists before and after these 45 seconds that were released today continues to be calls for release the footage. This case highlighted provision in state law. They largely keeps body camera footage under wraps in North Carolina. Unless so unless it's ordered released by a judge. So that actually hasn't happened. The district attorney said that he was able to show 45 seconds of body camera footage today because he decided not to bring charges against these deputies. But there is still no indication from the judge that this will be released anytime soon. One more piece of context here. Andrew Brown was killed on the same day that former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

"Books. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News MINUTE A North Carolina prosecutor says sheriff's deputies were justified in the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown. Junior District attorney Andrew Womble says Brown's death was tragic and justified because Mr Brown's actions Calls three deputies with the past contain county Sheriff's office. Reasonably believe it was necessary to use deadly force to protect themselves and others. Bible says Brown used his car as a deadly weapon to try to get away from deputies who were trying to take him into custody on drug related warrants. I am basing decision on the facts, the evidence and the wall wobble, says he would not release body Cam Video of the confrontation, but he played portions of the video during the news conference. Brown's family has said he was not a threat. Separately, the FBI has launched a civil rights investigation of the shooting. The shooting last month sparked protest over multiple weeks by demonstrators calling for the public release of the body Cam video. I'm Ed Donahue. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News minute District Attorney Andrew Womble revealed the results of a state Bureau of Investigation probe in North Carolina of the shooting death by police of Andrew Brown Jr in April, and Elizabeth City. Mr Brown's death while tragic. Was justified because Mr Brown's actions Calls three deputies with the past contain county Sheriff's office. Reasonably believe it was necessary to use deadly force to protect themselves and other deputies attempting.

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Prosecutor says deputies justified in shooting of Black man

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Prosecutor says deputies justified in shooting of Black man

"A North Carolina prosecutors say sheriff's deputies were justified in the fatal shooting of Andrew brown junior district attorney Andrew Wombles says brown's death was tragic and justified because Mr brown's actions call three deputies with the Pasquotank county sheriff's office the reason we believe it was necessary to use deadly force to protect themselves and others model says brown used his car as a deadly weapon to try to get away from deputies who were trying to take him into custody on drug related warrants I am basing decisions on the facts the evidence and the law Wombles says he would not release body cam video of the confrontation but he played portions of the video during the news conference brown's family has said he was not a threat separately the F. B. I. has launched a civil rights investigation of the shooting I met Donahue

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"andrew womble" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Laxmi, saying an investigation by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation determines the deputies of the past contain County sheriff's office. Were justified when they shot and killed Andrew Brown Jr last month while serving a felony drug ward at his home. The local district attorney, Andrew Womble, read the findings and explain the reasoning at a news conference in Elizabeth City today. Says. When authorities serve the warrant on April, 21st Brown was in his car in the driveway. Wobble showed still images and recordings from the deputy's body cams as they approach the car, and he described the interactions showing brown driving toward the law enforcement officers, Ramos said. Law enforcement fired the first shot into the front windshield and several others into the back of the vehicle as a drove away and toward other responding law enforcement. President Biden is in Michigan today to promote his spending proposals to create jobs in the U. S and Przemyslaw Liasson reports, Biden will tour a Ford plant. In Dearborn. The White House says that Biden will visit the Rouge Electric vehicle center, where Ford's electric version of its best selling truck. The F. 1, 50 Lightning is being produced. Bynes Infrastructure plan includes lots of money for electric vehicle charging stations and other technologies that will help transition away from fossil fuels. Biden says that to him, climate change is all about creating high paying union jobs in the United States. And on this trip, people probably point out that the F 1 50 Lightning truck is built by U A w workers at an American plant. Mara Liasson NPR NEWS. The White House report by the International Energy Agency says immediate action is needed if the world aims to me climate goals. By the year 2050 more on this from NPR's Rob Schmitz. The reports suggest ending investments in new coal mines, oil and gas wells as part of an overall reshaping of the global energy sector in order to meet ambitious carbon emissions reduction goals. Paris based agency has determined there is a narrow but viable pathway for building a global energy sector with net zero greenhouse gas emissions by.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:54 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news on Corvo Coleman. Palestinian leaders in Gaza The West Bank and Israel are calling for a general strike today to protest Israeli air strikes in Gaza as NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Jerusalem. The protest comes a day after President Biden expressed support for a cease fire. The protests, called day of Rage are expected in major cities across the West Bank. RAMALLAH, Bethlehem, Janine. There will also be a one day general strike by Palestinians in Gaza and parts of Israel. Palestinian government offices, banks and many other businesses will be closed. Organizers say the action is meant to send a clear message of protest about the Israeli air strikes in Gaza, as well as the treatment of Palestinians living inside of Israel and the occupied West Bank. The action comes a day after Israeli warplanes pounded Gaza, demolishing homes and businesses. Meanwhile, the Israeli military says Hamas fired about 200 missiles into Israel on Monday. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Jerusalem President Biden is going to visit a Ford Motor Company plant in Dearborn, Michigan. Today he'll highlight his infrastructure and spending plans these air intended to create jobs in the U. S. President. Biden has also released his income tax returns. NPR's Giles Snyder has more on the president's return to tradition. President Biden's return show he and first lady Jill Biden saw their income drop in 2020. They reported income of more than $607,300 down several 100,000 from 2019 Spuyten was campaigning for the White House. More than a quarter of their income went to paying federal taxes. The release of Biden's tax records marks a return to a longstanding custom, their former president Donald Trump, rejected NPR's Giles Snyder reporting. North Carolina authorities say they'll release the results of the state's investigation into the death of Andrew Brown Jr. The 42 year old black man was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies last month. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more family members of Andrew Brown Jr have viewed about 20 minutes of body Cam and dash Cam footage taken during an attempted felony drug arrest bypass would taint county sheriff's deputies. Family says Brown was fatally shot from behind while his hands were on his car steering wheel and that he never posed a threat to law enforcement. The local district attorney, Andrew Womble, has previously said that Brown had struck deputies with his vehicle, while Bible says he will release the findings of an investigation by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation. During a press conference in Elizabeth City, where Brown was killed on April 21st three deputies currently are on administrative leave. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS FLASH FLOODING emergency continues in the area around Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The National Weather Service estimates between 10 and 12 inches of rain fell overnight. Water has surged into homes and some people have been rescued from their vehicles. This is NPR. Fire officials in Los Angeles County of lifted evacuation orders for a wildfire northwest of the city. Arson investigators have arrested a suspect. Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas is suing the city of Lubbock. The group says the city adopted an unconstitutional ordinance that tries to criminalize abortion from Texas Tech Public media Sara Self Walberg reports. It also allows lawsuits against those who provide abortions in its lawsuit. Planned Parenthood says they're challenging the ordinance because it goes against the 50 year precedent. Set by the U. S. Supreme Court's decision on Roe versus Wade. Health Organization is seeking to stop the measure before it goes into effect on June 1st love. It is the largest of more than 25, Texas cities to enact a so called sanctuary city for the unborn ordinance. But it's the first to do so by a public vote by way of a proposition on the ballot. It is also the first city to actually have an abortion provider in its limits. Other cities. This was mostly symbolic, but it's being tested in Le Bic. Planned Parenthood states in its lawsuit that even before the ordinance hits the books, abortion appointments have been canceled out of fear of costly litigation. I'm Sarah Self Wall break in Le Bic. The Supreme Court will take a case next fall on abortion from Mississippi. The state bans most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The justices will examine the question whether all abortion bands before a fetus can live outside the womb are unconstitutional, such as Mississippi's Previous rulings say women can choose abortion before this time, although states have some leeway. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Norton Lifelock, reminding consumers that more than 30% of identity theft victims suffered multiple types of identity theft. Learn more at Lifelock dot com slash.

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"andrew womble" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on KQED Radio

"After President Biden expressed support for a cease fire. The protest, called day of Rage are expected in major cities across the West Bank RAMALLAH, Bethlehem, Janine, There will also be a one day general strike by Palestinians in Gaza and parts of Israel. Palestinian government offices, banks and many other businesses will be closed. Organizers say the action is meant to send a clear message of protest about the Israeli air strikes in Gaza. As well as the treatment of Palestinians living inside of Israel and the occupied West Bank. The action comes a day after Israeli warplanes pounded Gaza, demolishing homes and businesses. Meanwhile, the Israeli military says Hamas fired about 200 missiles into Israel on Monday. Jackie Northam NPR NEWS Jerusalem President Biden is going to visit a Ford Motor Company plant in Dearborn, Michigan. Today he'll highlight his infrastructure and spending plans these air intended to create jobs in the U. S. President. Biden has also released his income tax returns. NPR's Giles Snyder has more on the president's return to tradition. President Biden's return show he and first lady Jill Biden saw their income drop in 2020. They reported income of more than $607,300 down several 100,000 from 2019 as Biden was campaigning for the White House. With a quarter of their income went to paying federal taxes. The release of Biden's tax records marks a return to a longstanding custom that former President Donald Trump rejected MPR's Giles Snyder reporting. North Carolina authorities say they'll release the results of the state's investigation into the death of Andrew Brown Jr. The 42 year old black man was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies last month. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more family members of Andrew Brown Jr have viewed about 20 minutes of body Cam and dash Cam footage taken during an attempted felony drug arrest bypass would take county sheriff's deputies. Family says Brown was fatally shot from behind while his hands were on his car steering wheel and that he never posed a threat to law enforcement. The local district attorney, Andrew Womble, has previously said that Brown had struck deputies with his vehicle, while amble says he will release the findings of an investigation by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation. During a press conference in Elizabeth City, where Brown was killed on April 21st three deputies currently are on administrative leave. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS FLASH FLOODING emergency continues in the area around Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The National Weather Service estimates between 10 and 12 inches of rain fell overnight. Water has surged into homes and some people have been rescued from their vehicles. This is NPR. Fire officials in Los Angeles County of lifted evacuation orders for a wildfire northwest of the city. Arson investigators have arrested a suspect. Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas is suing the city of Lubbock. The group says the city adopted an unconstitutional ordinance that tries to criminalize abortion from Texas Tech Public media Sara Self Walberg reports. It also allows lawsuits against those who provide abortions in its lawsuit. Planned Parenthood says they're challenging the ordinance because it goes against the 50 year precedent. Set by the U. S. Supreme Court's decision on Roe versus Wade. Health Organization is seeking to stop the measure before it goes into effect on June 1st love. It is the largest of more than 25, Texas cities to enact a so called sanctuary city for the unborn ordinance. But it's the first to do so by a public vote by way of a proposition on the ballot. It is also the first city to actually have an abortion provider and its limits for other cities. This was mostly symbolic. But it's being tested in logic. Planned Parenthood states and its lawsuit that even before the ordinance hits the books, abortion appointments have been canceled out of fear of costly litigation. I'm serious Self wall Brick in Le Bic. The Supreme Court will take a case next fall on abortion from Mississippi. The state bans most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The justices will examine question whether all abortion bands before a fetus can live outside the womb are unconstitutional, such as Mississippi's Previous rulings say women can choose abortion before this time, all those states have some leeway. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Norton Lifelock, reminding consumers that more than 30% of identity theft victims suffered multiple types of identity theft. Learn more at Lifelock dot com slash NPR..

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"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on AP News

"The family of Andrew Brown Jr. Who was fatally shot in his car by sheriff's deputies and Elizabeth City, North Carolina on April 21st will be allowed to see less than 20 minutes of the nearly two hours of video of body camera footage that was recorded. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster issued a written ruling setting a 10 Day time period for authorities to share the footage with Brown's family. Ask what tank County Sheriff Tommy wouldn't, the second said in a statement Friday. His office has agreed with the Brown family's suggestion to review the video on Tuesday. At an earlier hearing, district attorney Andrew Womble said Body camera videos showed Brown's car made contact with law enforcement twice as he tried to drive away before shots are heard on the video deputies were serving a drug related search warrant at Brown's home. I might cross Theo down Jobs report on to McGuire with an AP News. But it's a Labor Department report. Some 266,000 jobs were added last month, much lower than in March and fewer than what economists were expecting. As an M. Biden says the economy is still digging out of a steep hold out of an economic collapse. It cost us 22 million jobs. April's total is far below marches gain of 770,000 jobs. Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant, Thornton says the disappointing jobs numbers just show that the recovery will take time. It's a marathon, not a sprint. And this marathon just lost. A little wind will get more and there is more coming, But it is it is. It's a long slog. Government surveys show Nearly three million people are reluctant to look for work over fear of catching the virus are also parts supply chain problems, delaying businesses from construction. Toe auto manufacturing. I'm Tim McGuire, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas visited a border processing facility in Texas May or kiss says the border challenge remains, but our plan Of execution is well underway.

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Judge Limits Footage That Family Can See of Andrew Brown Jr.’s Killing

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Judge Limits Footage That Family Can See of Andrew Brown Jr.’s Killing

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the family of a black man who was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies in Elizabeth city North Carolina will only be shown a fraction of body camera footage recorded at the scene the family of amber brown junior who was fatally shot in his car by sheriff's deputies in Elizabeth city North Carolina on April twenty first will be allowed to see less than twenty minutes of the nearly two hours of video of body camera footage that was recorded Superior Court judge Jeffrey foster issued a written ruling setting a ten day time period for thirties to share the footage with brown's family Pasquotank county sheriff Tommy Wooten the second said in a statement Friday his office has agreed with the brown family suggestion to review the video on Tuesday at an earlier hearing district attorney Andrew Womble said body camera video showed brown's car made contact with law enforcement twice as he tried to drive away before shots are heard on the video deputies were serving a drug related search warrant at brown's home hi Mike Rossio

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"andrew womble" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"andrew womble" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"News, But President Biden's first address to Congress won't be like any other year amid ongoing covert restrictions and tights. Already. He is expected tonight to unveil the second half of a recovery plan Republicans were already criticizing is too big after the first half totaling more than $2 trillion, another multi trillion dollar smorgasbord of global social engineering that would decimate entire industries. And spend the only a small fraction On roads and bridges. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell Republicans also raising concern about the tax hikes proposed to help pay for the plans. The president says he's sticking to his pledge not to raise taxes on incomes under $400,000 a year. Chicago is reviewing its police foot pursuit policies as body cam. Footage from a second recent shooting is released, appearing to show 22 year old Anthony Alvarez being shot in the back. After a police shout for him to drop a gun. Meantime, attorneys say the family of a North Carolina man shot and killed by sheriff's deputy is serving a warrant last week we'll keep pushing for footage of Andrew Brown's death to be released. A judge is putting off any public release for 30 days but will allow the family to Seymour than the clips they were shown this week. During today's hearing, prosecutor Andrew Womble also disputed the family's account. Brown was driving away when he was shot. Womble says he had stopped and was surrounded. The next movement of the car is forward. It is in the direction of law enforcement. And makes contact with long version. It is then and only then that you hear shots. That investigation also continues to California family is claiming excessive force in the death of 26 year old Mario Gonzalez, pinned by officers for several minutes earlier this month, nearly an hour of video footage from that confrontation made public yesterday in the Bay Area. America is listening to Fox News. Hello. Hi..

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