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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Black History Year

Black History Year

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Black History Year

"Turn what's up. This is jay from push black. Thanks for tuning into another episode of black history year on this show. We connect you to the history thinkers and activists who left out of mainstream conversations but this week were switching it up instead of our usual show. We're showing an episode of push blacks newest podcast state of criminal. Justice state of criminal justice digs into the most important events happening right now in the legal system. Every week we discuss pressing issues that have an immediate impact on black america and the new ground being may to push against the injustices of the criminal legal system. The future of our community depends on us. Understanding how injustice systematically operates in this country and state of criminal justice is here to ensure. You're always up to date on how institutional racism is impacting. Black folks. Nationwide you can find state of criminal justice by push black on apple podcasts. Spotify or anywhere. You listen to podcasts. Thanks for supporting the work. And now here's what's happening this week in the criminal legal system in this state of criminal justice we're discussing. Us police ties to the assassination of hayes. President giovanelli's how muslims are under served by prison chaplains and the sentencing of police will be a fellow officer in lastly in our new ground segment. We'll tell you about a new group called georgia. Moms united organizing to fight injustice. Our first story takes us to hate. Haiti's president giovanelli's was assassinated on july seven. Twenty twenty one and many of the men involved were colombian mercenaries hired through a florida based security company. Federal officials have acknowledged that a large portion of said mercenaries alleged to have been involved by haitian authorities previously participated impacts. Us military training and education programs. These relations aren't surprising given the long history of us military intervention. Who's an assassinations and the global south. This event provides opportunities to witness links between policing prisons and militarism that destroys lack communities in the us as well as stabilizing nations throughout the african diaspora. And our second story we see how religious discrimination affects incarcerated muslims. According to a department of justice inspector general report muslims are significantly underrepresented among prison. Chaplains this is troubling. For the third largest safe group behind bars chaplains are supposed to be available for people who seek support in their faith however npr reports that currently there were no more than thirteen muslim chaplains in the past six years working federal prisons even though the number of muslim emmys has grown over eleven thousand during that time the obstacles are many the location of prisons in relations muslim communities ordaining chaplains and accusations of extremism. Exacerbate this reality. All of which reminds us that prisons are not meant to serve and rehabilitate people. These punishment facilities themselves are the problem and saint louis. Police have been sentenced for assaulting a fellow officer. Luther hall was working at a protest after the acquittal of jason stockley. A white saint. Louis police officer who killed twenty four year old. Anthony lamar smith in two thousand. Eleven hall was allegedly mistaken by fell officers for protester while undercover and beaten severely. Two of those officers involved have been sentenced. awesome bailey. Coletta was sentenced to three years of probation and officer. Rainy hayes racine four years. Ironically the case highlights how black people don't have to commit any offense whatsoever to be brutalized by police as the officers who were sentence. They both told hall. They were sorry now. it's time for. I'm drones the new ground segment oprah stories of changes in the round of the criminal system georgia ninety families fighting for justice for their loved ones. The collective was brought to get the best price and now they're working together to overcome them. Police brutality in state violence can't be allowed to kill us without any response. They use families are taking this to heart. Unconcern copying from thinking found should or should not they're inspiring activists should motivate us all to understand the potentially taking a stand instead of being passive about the state of criminal. Justice is produced by push black. The nation's largest nonprofit black media company push exists because we saw we had to take matters into our own hands especially when it comes to protect an our community as a nonprofit. we rely on small donations subscribers. Like you you make push black happened with your contributions. At state of criminal justice dot com. There is a future on the horizon the efforts to dismantle the oppressive system targeted black america having all.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:50 min | 7 months ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Navy Federal credit You are members of the mission Open to the armed forces that Cody veterans and their families insured by and see you. A lease is Heo, Geo and Kay em Why I HD to San Diego. Live local breaking former President Trump Weighing in on Maryland Haider in the Cocoa News Center, the former president warns the Republican Party is doomed without a change in leadership. In a statement full of insults and grievances. Former President Trump says the GOP can never be respected or strong if Senator Mitch McConnell remains in charge and pledged to back primary rivals where necessary and appropriate Trump blasting the minority leader as a dour, sullen and unsmiling political hack. He also blamed McConnell for losing control of the Senate and says the Kentucky lawmaker would be out of a job were it not for his endorsement. McConnell voted to acquit Trump in his second impeachment trial, then proclaimed on the Senate floor that the former president is practically and morally responsible for the deadly riot at the Capitol that Seaver AP report Reporting, sending a police say a man is under arrest for attacking an 80 year old Filipina on the trolley last week that they are not labeling it a hate crime as the suspect didn't say anything to indicate he was attacking her because of her race, But detectives don't have a motive. San Diego County has announced a director of the Office of Equity and Racial Justice after a national recruitment process and 200 finalists. Andrew Strong of San Diego will leave the office. Strong, spent nine years in the Navy is the hospital Corman before joining the county in the human resource is department He has served in key leadership positions, including chief of staff. Of the Chief administrative office, which implements the policy directives of the board and manages the day to day operations of the county. And he says he looks forward to the position A federal judge is blocking a Trump administration rule limiting the number of people seeking asylum at the border. A California judge says the rule increases the risk asylum seekers will be subject to more violence. Two Republican senators are working to boost the minimum wage. Utah Senator Mitt Romney and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton say there bill would also make it harder for businesses to hire undocumented immigrants. Black police officer who was beaten by white officers, while undercover is getting a $5 million settlement for injuries he suffered. Officer Luther Hall was working undercover during protests in ST Louis that followed the acquittal of a police officer charged with the 2011 murder of Anthony Lamar Smith. And NASA officials say systems are ready to go is their most sophisticated rover. Perseverance prepares to land on Mars this week they will collect samples from Mars and bring them back to Earth. It's expected to touch down on the Martian surface. Thursday afternoon. Now at 503, Let's check your real time traffic..

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on We Live Here

We Live Here

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on We Live Here

"Hey everyone it's on the call to defend. The police has gained steam as activist advocates. Bring attention to police budgets that they believe could be better allocated to education healthcare and social services at the heart of this call is the question of whether or not police increase public safety. Many disheartened by the non indictments for police officers. Who killed brianna taylor. Michael brown junior anthony lamar smith eric. Garner and more joining the movement to abolish the current system of policing and imagine new structures for responding to mental health crises domestic violence and social problems created by poverty and racism. But even though the demand to defend. The police has intensified this year. The effort to stop police. Brutality is decades long. This year marks the twenty fifth year of the national day of protest against police brutality which is held in cities across the nation on october twenty second. I stopped by the saint. Louis police officers association headquarters for our local protest. We're adding one story office building with a glowing. Blue sign that says in all caps. Saint louis police officers association saint lewis's finest to the left of the sign is the us flag and to the right. A light blue saint. Louis police officers association flag. The protesters are on both sides of a busy street near a shopping center and a target and as people continue to arrive they mingle and chat while holding signs which received honks of support. There are signs that say. Stop shooting my friends and black. Trans lives matter along with names like tony. Mcdade and nina pop other signs spell it. The names biographies birthdates and stories of people who've been killed by police eventually democratic state representative of missouri's seventy eighth district racine aldridge lead the group in several chance key throws a local activist and member of the coalition against police crimes and repression explained that this year saint louis ins have a unique opportunity to increase police. Accountability office will. You're twenty national day of protest against police brutality. We are out here just as we have been since the beginning. We have to me because we don't just go out here and we scream. No no no. We have omitted to do it. So what are the name that have car other organizations. These days in saint louis are working on and around. The country is working on police. Union contracts and seeing how we did find contracts and of the loophole. They use the heat their officers from being punished and having any discipline. You just play any other employees. Any other job would have your building at the think. Lewis police officers association. This is the headquarters of the little schemes. That jeff hatches to make sure that white supremacy in the policies of louis police department. But we're going to change that so every three years. This police union contract comes up for review and renegotiation and it has been the policy for decades that takes place behind closed doors in something that is done with jeff roberts of the white supremacist leader of the police. Union end police officer of saint louis representing lighting crews in her interest neither of them represent our interest so we are demanding that we have a place at the table here demanding that there be some level of transparency and accountability. Because this contract matters what they do in this contract they actually determine what is going to be the disciplinary practices for our officers. So we can take to the streets and we can. Demand doesn't fire the officers. We can demand deputies suspend then we can demand that they changed the investigatory policies but the problem is that all of that is written into the contract of the way it is. We need to actually change the contract in order to be able to change the policies of the police department. And so what we are doing is we are. You're in the city of saint louis and also in the county. Where sergeants contract is currently being negotiated. We are demanding that the city slow down the process stop and wait for there to be more public input on what's going on. We demand that there be a public hearing the board of ultimate where residents in union contract because this contract is policy vis contract is determining. What are the rules of engagement for the city of saint louis in their police so we are demanding that the born of alderman's public safety committee have a public hearing. We can tell them what we think what we want to. In addition we are demanding that he thought the ethical society of police which represents the interests yes. We're gonna dacian which represents the interests of lacking majority officers. We are demanding that they have equal footing to racist white supremacist. Jeff warner.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"He liked the idea of dying. In this is a person who have to work with and he called me the c word some other things and I reported him he received he wasn't terminated. Wasn't terminated for that. He received two days suspension in twenty seventeen. Okay, so you mentioned the name of a different. Police officers. Jason. Stockley who had who had killed. I'm trying to keep the the story straight here. Was it that your previous in a different year he had killed? A young. Black Man. So, Jason Stockley Killed Anthony Lamar Smith in twenty seven and details emerged in twenty sixteen about the particulars of the case and I was in homicide at the time and. Jason Stock Lease case, we weren't allowed to look it up to pull it up. It was just secret. You know you couldn't access it just those things which is a red flag most times and things came out about his DNA being on the gun and not Anthony Lamar Smith's a lot of things that he did. He said he was going to kill that I think that's widely loan that he said he was gonNA kill him with the few curse words in there or a car or a single curse word. In there, and in seventeen based off of the facts I looked at the case we're as a president of Ethical Society of FELISA looked at the case in from what I knew in the in the media and the points of it and came out with the statement that, hey, he should be convicted of murder because anyone else would be anyone else would have been charged in twenty eleven and we know that and that's the difference. Is that a lot of times officers and given special consideration just like my aunt's murderer. Were given the benefit of the doubt in less time in in prison or not booked accordingly or immediately we should just like Jason Stockley in the same goals for the murder of my aunt. I'm seeing that he was eventually charged with first degree murder but not found not guilty. So that's that. Okay. A. Detective Taylor. I'm thinking trying to think of the right word. It's terrifying. Disturbing. To hear that. You feel like. Obviously not everybody that you work with Saint Louis PD but there are some people you feel you can't turn your back on. How I how have you stayed safe I mean, have you been? Have you been concerned about your own Personal Safety in twenty years? You've been in the department? Sometimes, you are I. You know my husband is six, four, two, hundred, sixty, five pounds so. I. Have Him there, which is a force in itself You know he's former military and. My safety is important to him, but you know we set up cameras around our house. We have a camera in my car. He has a camera in his car You know I am. I am extremely proficient with firearms for. For the job and for the job for lack of a better word there and you just. You just survive. It's just you know. For me is how I address it. Sometimes, you'll hear me chuckle a little bit in. It's because it's a survival instinct. This is how we grew up you you coke trauma. In a lot of times African American community we cope with trauma through laughter through You know things that would be extreme to someone else for us is this trauma is is is normalized unfortunately, and you just even now as a law enforcement officer, you just deal with not everybody. Wishes that I would bleed out. People that really support me in this community and really support me as officers the I have a lot of backing and I know that if something were to happen to me that they wouldn't stop until. Justice was served. Right so here's the thing you are bravely and honestly telling us about terrible incidents of racism that you've experienced within the Saint Louis Police Department that you've experienced as a cop yourself. And at the same time. Simultaneously you are a law enforcement officer who as as you've been working hard. You've been saying for decades to try and do something about. About racism and white supremacy in law enforcement so so Doing those experiencing those two things together. I wanted to explore with you for a second and in order to do that hope he can listen with me to a little bit of tape that. That we pulled for another show that we did a while ago and we featured William Riley. He's chief of police in inkster Michigan, and at the time I had asked him about a comment that Attorney General Bill Bar had made that the attorney general believes that while institutional racism is part of the country bar said that there was no systemic racism in law enforcement today. So we we played that clip for chief Riley and here's how the chief responded. You cannot get away from the the racist history in America. It was the police department. That would vanguards. FOR RACISM IN AMERICA IT WAS US out profession that says, you can't drink from the water found you can't go to that restroom you can't eat in that particular place. If it was the please so so to say all of a sudden Past few laws that that went away it didn't go away. So that is William Really Chief of police in inkster. Michigan he was on our show. Awhile ago last month. I want to ask you how? Does that ever Is that something that you think about that you are wearing the uniform as as chief. Robert. said he would he said US it was US police law enforcement. That was an instrument was is an instrument of systemic racism racism in this country did did think about that as as you do your job every day I think about often it's a support of what the Ethical Society of police was founded for her in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy two to fight institutional racism systemic racism within our police department in our community. So you think about it often and it becomes just a daily routine there been times. We've literally reported the same officer for Racism Seven, eight times and. They're still employed. You know there there's just it's a a part of it and being in this field. and. Fighting it is difficult. Yes. It is a difficult I. Wish there were more people all racist doing it. But it's it's real. Well. We are talking this hour. We're listening this hour to detective Sergeant Taylor..

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"With, the same people that I have to go to work with some of them. I think are are murderers. Some of them. I think are the greatest people you could ever imagine. Some of them are hard working. They're fair. Either of all races, all genders but there are some within this. This feel that have I have strong beliefs about that. They've gotten away with murder that they are racist or homophobic and balancing that with my ideals of that. Hey, anybody that commits a violent crime has to be held accountable for it. No matter who they are. Even the. There's no one debts above the law and trying to find that balance in having to go to work sometimes with people. WHO Who I don't feel comfortable. Turn my back on. In. Taylor. Okay so that that that stops me in my tracks here. How do you do that day in and day out if there are people in your department that maybe like. Across the desk from me. And you can't and you don't feel you can turn your back on how how do you do that? You know I sometimes wonder how I've done it. You, it just comes back to how I grew up in. We grow up so much in especially in North Saint Louis Marin, survival mode, and trauma. Becomes a routine for so many in our community now in, it's not just me. It's coping. It's how you cope. So you know I, I'm training. Firearms Training because I'm retiring The person. I was in the training with literally like the idea of me bleeding out, called me the c word and some other things and I'm in Firearms Training, I have my firearms on the table. It's him and I and it's a makeup course and I am positioned just so that I could see him at all times. Just in case you know The gun accidentally went off. That I then I'm ready to defend myself in. Did he's or people that I work with, they're not terminated. You can report someone over and over and over and over reported people over and over and over and over, and they haven't been terminated sometimes, they have I think under this chief that we have now things have improved somewhat but. There are still. So. Many. Stat have no business in law enforcement that are. Some of your, they would be the. Subject of of Mares. This happened. He said he thinks you in the firearms, training? No. This was can to twenty seventeen. We came out and said why came out and said that I'd leave Jason, Stockley committed murder, and there was a whole facebook thread where he responded to it and someone said, they wished it. I bled out on a call with no, no backup and he liked it. He liked the idea of me dying. In this is a person I have to work with and he called me the c word and some other things and I reported him received, he wasn't terminated. Wasn't terminated for that. He received two days suspension in twenty seventeen. Okay. So you mentioned the name of a different. Police officers, Jason, Stockley who had who had killed. I'm trying to keep the the story straight here that was at that your previous in a different year he had killed. A young black man. So Jason Stockley Killed Anthony Lamar Smith in twenty Labban and Emerged in twenty sixteen about the particulars of the case and I was in homicide at the time and. Jason Stock Lease case, we weren't allowed to look it up to pull it up. It was just secret. You know you couldn't access it just those things, which is a red flag, most times and things came out about his DNA being on the gun and not Anthony. Lamar, Smith's a lot of things that he did. He said he was going to kill that I. think that's widely loan that he said, he was going to kill him with the few curse words in there or a camera or a single curse word. Word in there, and in seventeen based off of the facts I looked at the case we're as a president of Ethical Society of Felisa looked at the case in from what I knew in the in the media and the points of it and came out with a statement that, hey, he should be convicted of murder because anyone else would be anyone else would have been charged into an eleven and we know that and that's the difference. Is that a lot of times officers and given special consideration just like my aunt's murderer. were, given the benefit of the doubt in less time in in prison or not booked accordingly or immediately, we should just like Jason Stockley in the goals for the murder of the my aunt. I'm seeing that he was eventually charged with first degree murder but not found not guilty. So that's. Okay A. Detective Taylor. Is. I'm thinking trying to think of the right word. It's terrifying. Disturbing. To hear that. You feel like. Obviously not everybody that you work with Saint Louis, PD. But there are some people you feel. You can't turn your back on. How I, how have you stayed safe I mean. Have you been have you been concerned about your own Personal Safety in twenty years you've been in the department. Sometimes you are I, you know, my husband is six, four, two, hundred, sixty, five pounds. So I have him there, which is a force in itself You know he's former military and. My safety is important to him but you know we set up cameras around our house. We have a camera in my car. He has a camper in his car You know. I am. I am extremely proficient with firearms for. For the job and for the job for lack of a better word there and you just. You just survive. It's just you know. For. Me Is how I? It sometimes, you'll hear me chuckle a little bit in. It's because it's a civil instinct. This is how we grew up You you cope with trauma. In a lot of times in African American community, we cope with trauma through laughter through You know things that would be extreme to someone else for us is this trauma is is is normalized unfortunately, and you just even now as a law enforcement officer still with not everybody. Wishes that I would bleed out. I. Have a lot of people that really support me in this community and really support me as officers. The I have a lot of backing and I know that if something were to happen to me that they wouldn't stop until. Justice was served. Right. So here's the thing you are bravely and honestly telling us about terrible incidents of racism that you've experienced within the Saint Louis Police Department and that you've experienced as a cop yourself. And at the same time. Simultaneously. You are a law enforcement officer who has been working hard. You've been saying for decades to try and do something about. About racism and white supremacy in law enforcement so so Doing those experiencing those two things together. I, want to explore with you for a second in order to do that hope, he can listen with me to a little bit of tape that. That we pulled from another show that we did a while ago and we featured William Riley, he's chief of police in inkster Michigan, and at the time I had asked him about a comment that Attorney General Bill Bar had made that the attorney general believes that while institutional racism is part of the country bar said that there was no systemic racism in law enforcement today. So we we played that clip for chief Riley and here's how the chief responded. You cannot get away from the racist history in. America. It was the police department..

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Nightline

"Good evening thanks for joining us. When Kim Gardner it became the first black chief prosecutor of Saint Louis Missouri? She wanted to reform the city's justice system but in a stunning turn of events. The headline maker has become the headline headline tonight with the history-making attorney is now claiming accusations. Her critics fiercely deny here's ABC's Steve Olson Saami essentially. You are accusing the city government city police and in particular the Police Union conspiracy of racism directed to stop you dead in your tracks. I had no choice but to act for the will of the people because they want me to fight for West Right. Kim Gardner the first black prosecutor ever elected in Saint. Louis just dropped a bombshell explosive lawsuit accusing the city and the police union president of a racist conspiracy aimed at stopping her from doing her job. This is not about kindergartner. This is about implementing the reforms that's needed in our community. She's brought reforms to her office. That have made her enemies all across the state but in this room. They're calling her a hero city and state attorneys support. Her Gardener and her sister prosecutors are part of a new wave who pledged to make the justice system more fair to people of Color. Every prosecutor here has had similar experiences to Kim. Her complaints says that local authorities have broken federal law that dates back to the late eighteen hundreds and was meant to fight. The Ku Klux Klan lawsuit paints a pattern of racist conduct by some of the officers on the Saint. Louis Police Force we have to make sure the powerful few are not able to manipulate the system in two thousand sixteen. She won a landslide from the start. She says her progressive approach to criminal. Justice put her immediately at odds with some on the police force and in the community L. A. Stopped for having my lights off on Christmas Zeev Delivering Chris cars to the post office right down. The street from my office stopped in health over fifteen minutes. Just because someone could and you knew what it was about we all know is it about. I don't have to say this about her office. has shared with us. Copies of the hate people have sent her in the mail. The naked racism is too much to read here and some even threatened her life for example time to go away forever. If you don't leave something will be done about you. Even if it's me. They leave their addresses on the mail to make sure I know who they are. Gardeners lawsuit names her employer the city of Saint Louis as well as the head of its police officers association saying that the defendants worked against her to thwart and impede her efforts to establish equal treatment under law for all Saint Louis citizens at every turn to remove her from the position to which she was duly elected and perhaps to show her successor. What happens to circuit attorneys? Who Dare to stand up for the equal rights of racial minorities in Saint Louis? The Police Officers Association Association of Saint Louis is not taking any of this lightly. Make no mistake. This is the last act of a desperate woman who was simply trying to silence her critics. We will not besides cries for criminal justice reform in this country now loud and have grown more impatient since the two thousand fourteen. Police shooting death of Michael Brown and Ferguson. The case ten miles from Saint Louis launched a national debate over the policing of black Americans with the ground zero. This started Ferguson. The has the conversation of the reform efforts that you hear. See around his country. After Ferguson Gardner says that the inequities of the legal injustice system are just no longer acceptable what are some of the disparities that unfairness that. You're talking about that. You came specifically to tackle one. Three African American men are more likely to go into the criminal. Justice system system. Ninety one percent of African Americans are stopped more than any other more than eighty percent of cases and arrests on African American men and women of Color so why is it that we are representing more than any other group in the criminal justice system as soon as she took office she dismissed some thirty thousand thousand cases that she said. We're unprosecuted bill which didn't go over well with police and the relationship wasn't helped her handling of several officer misconduct cases in September of two thousand seventeen when a white police officer was acquitted in the shooting death of Anthony. Lamar Smith that officer. Is Anthony League. Lamar Smith IS D. It happens too much. Saint Louis erupted into protests and Gardner took a stand Dan with the streets calling for an independent investigation into police misconduct. We believe that the police department cannot investigate themselves. We have to be smart on crime. Not just tough on. Crime is changing the mindset of individuals who have held on to the status quo during the unrest that followed Smith's death for Saint. Louis Police officers allegedly attacked and beat a black police officer who was working undercover in the middle of the protesters. The officers seen here in this USA. Today video you were indicted on criminal charges. One of the officers has since pled guilty her lawsuit also points to the findings of the plain view project. A report by the non-profit often injustice watch which investigated public facebook posts from police officers across the country. Several of the posts by Saint Louis officers suggested adjusted. They looked forward to harming protesters one. Red Black lives. splatter another depicted a soldier dragging civilian with the caption how to handle protesters. I and many posts were racist in nature. One written by an officer who was later fired over a social media use referred to Muslims as turn goat pumpers while another suggested that marches stock blaming white people month. Several of the twenty two officers involved were reprimanded or fired to officer Fired two or suspended for sixteen days or more and four received written reprimand does not like this went uninvestigated it not. It's not like it was ignored. Gardner didn't didn't stop there. She put many of the officers on an exclusion list. Barring them from bringing cases to her office we decided that that affected their credibility that affects our job of all her moves. One of her most controversial was her decision to investigate. Former Missouri Governor Eric. Brenton's Missouri's governor and a bombshell report. Alleging alleging he had an extramarital affair and that he threatened the woman into silence. GRUDEN's resigned and the charges against him were dismissed but an investigator she hired for the the case is now charged with perjury and evidence tampering. And that's lead to the appointment of a special prosecutor who is now investigating. Her office is all just a grand distraction. Attraction isn't it To distract from the trouble. She's in and the trouble. That's coming. Jeffrey Rura named in Gardner suit underlying today. How a judge dismissed the case? The Gardner brought against two police officers citing several hundred. Instances of prosecutorial misconduct were also shares. That she has to give a deposition tomorrow tomorrow and that Special Prosecutor's investigation Gardner doesn't want to answer for her conduct. That's what this lawsuit is about. You can believe leave their real problems with what's happened in Saint Louis on important race related issues and also believe believe that this lawsuit should be immediately dismissed. What do you say to? The prosecutor came down to support her today keeping in mind their all black women. I say go home your your own cities disaster because you're conducting yourself the same way. Kim Gardner is and go home. We don't need Kim Gardner we. We don't need you gardner. Supporters strongly disagree including Boston Attorney. Rachel rollins joined her today. Do you relate to what she's going through absolutely absolutely nobody questioned discretion of prosecutors. When for hundreds of years we were speeding toward mass incarceration? Now that people that are actually from the communities MM unity's that are over policed and over prosecuted are taking these leadership roles and are elected to do so. Miraculously people have problems with our prosecutorial discretion. Take the fight they say is worth having. We have many good people on the police department. But they're stopped by a divisive racial racial undertone undercurrent that has taken place in our city. This taking place in the Police Department because the people are tired the people want change. And we're not backing down. Thanks Steve in the team up next a new way to age with Suzanne somers. Because the.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Anthony Lamar Smith in two thousand eleven this is CBS news behind every moment shared with the ones you love is the plan that helped make it happen learn more or find an adviser at mass mutual dot com offer not valid in all states or where prohibited by law loans or started to later approval see website for details need cash but have bad credit or maxed out cards now you can get a personal loan for up to five grand whatever your credit with no paperwork twenty seven cash dot com is one of the nation's largest personal loan networks if you have a checking account and a regular income source you can get cash in your account as soon as tomorrow type this in your smart phone or computer address bar W. W. W. dot twenty seven cash dot com that's twenty seven cash dot com twenty seven cash dot com ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing is getting laid off if a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in twenty million dollars searching for the next big trend wouldn't you want to know what he found if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave home then write this down W. W. W. dot go here next dot com you decide your income get the facts now go here next dot com California's official Christmas tree is a hot topic this year KOVR TV's the Steve large Christmas tree for California I was like wow like where's the rest of it people visiting the capitol seemed surprised by the sparseness the branch of the really far apart is not really full I don't know what happened in the budget for them to take this tree I love this tree independent certified arborist Jeffrey straighter examine this California state Christmas tree and says despite public opinion what he sees and is perfection I see the perfect specimen I think it's been very well cared for an expert's opinion I don't know maybe I'm not seen against the untrained eye Dolly Parton has a new career highlight my number one hit on Billboard's dance or electronic chart thanks to.

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Las Vegas woman is found alive the woman was dragged to California by father and daughter kidnappers she was allegedly raped robbed and left for dead in the desert according to the LA sheriff's office Stanley offer law and and his daughter Sydney of Nicole post Lawton dumps the woman late last month near Edwards Air Force base north of Los Angeles the suspect knew the woman but officials are still trying to uncover the motive law and and his daughter are currently each being held on one million dollars bail the case may be moved to federal court because he allegedly took the woman across state lines former Saint Louis city police officer plead guilty to beating up a fellow officer working under cover during protests around Saint Louis back in September twenty seventeen Randy Hays pled guilty to using unreasonable force against a fellow officer in protest of followed the acquittal a former police officer Jason Stockley here CBS's Chris nag essays pled guilty to one count of using unreasonable and excessive force he is one of four officers who were charged after they roughed up their fellow officer on the night of September sixth twenty seventeen the demonstration was one of several that erupted after Stockley was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith in two thousand eleven Randy Hayes will have to forfeit his law enforcement certification in addition to facing a maximum of ten years behind bars Natick police are stepping up their enforcement with parking meters but not everyone's happy about it more details from WBZ's Kevin Coleman local businesses in downtown Natick are noticing the increased enforcement on parking meters and is causing concern for not only business owners but for customers Angela mater also is the co founder of heads up hair salon and has been on main street for thirty five years she details what happens when your clients you to pay the meter in the middle of.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Reading thirty four in Leominster thirty one in Merrimack New Hampshire and downing cuisine and thirty one plenty of sunshine in Boston following a partial withdrawal of US troops Syrian a Russian forces are moving into northern Syria CBS is Charlie d'agata has the latest on the situation became with whatever weapons they could find from sledgehammers in rocks autos and stacks of eggs Kurdish residents who have seen hundreds of their people killed in the Turkish onslaught we're not about to let a Turkish and Russian envoy pass through without a scratch but they're just as angry at America for allowing the Turks to invade in the first place in the crowd we found the mother of head reen Kalau off the Kurdish politician executed in cold blood on the street by pro Turkish gunman she blames the US for the attack president order one of Turkey visits Washington next week he was invited by president trump protests are expected to over Turkey's invasion into Syria and the slaughter of America's abandoned Kurdish allies of former Saint Louis city police officer pleaded guilty to beating of a fellow officer working under cover during protests around Saint Louis back in September twenty seventeen Randy Hays pled guilty to using unreasonable force against a fellow officer in protest of followed the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley here CBS's Chris nagas phase pled guilty to one count of using unreasonable and excessive force he is one of four officers who were charged after they roughed up their fellow officer on the night of September sixth twenty seventeen the demonstration was one of several that erupted after starkly was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith in two thousand eleven Randy Hayes will have to forfeit his law enforcement certification in addition to facing a maximum of ten years in prison she made a police are stepping up their enforcement with parking meters and not everyone's happy about it here's WBZ's Kevin Coleman local businesses in downtown Natick are noticing the increased enforcement on parking meters and is causing concern for not only business owners but for customers Angela mater also is the co founder of heads up hair salon and has been on main street for thirty five years she details what happens when replying see to pay the meter in the middle.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At Tanner Hiller airport back in April in new Braintree mass there were two passengers on board likely there were no injuries according to these new findings the pilot reported that he checked the weather conditions and three local airports before the flight but stated that he did not trust the wind reports he added that he did not get a pre flight weather briefing the safety board determined the pilots improper decision to land with a tail wind resulted in this plane crash former Saint Louis city police officer pleaded guilty to beating up a fellow officer working under cover during protests around Saint Louis in September twenty seventeen Randy Hays pled LD take using unreasonable force against a fellow officer in protest a followed the acquittal a former police officer Jason Stockley here CBS's Chris naga save pled guilty to one count of using unreasonable and excessive force he is one of four officers who were charged after they roughed up their fellow officer on the night of September sixth twenty seventeen the demonstration was one of several that erupted after Stockley was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith in two thousand eleven Randy hazel have to forfeit his law enforcement certification in addition to facing a maximum of ten years behind bars it is a thirty eight time now for some business news here's the latest from Bloomberg solar companies have been busy in California installing solar panels on the roofs of homes and businesses but they may have left out important information about whether customers would have power during blackouts such.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Many is safe as a pill or when used on the skin inhaling coyly drops of it can be harmful because it is sticky and remains in the lawns much of the country's in a deep freeze today forecasters say by Monday could turn out to be the coldest veterans day on record Hey why W. TV reporter Greg are ghosts on the streets of Philadelphia exactly how cold is it outside really really cold at least four year old Jack dept team to deal with plaza fully prepared and so did many people we ran into in center city with the temperatures feeling like they're in the twenties I love it my birthday is this time of year I love football and out of Saint Louis where a cop faces up to ten years in prison after beating up a fellow officer mistaking him for a protester during a demonstration KMOV TV reporter Chris magus Hays pled guilty to one count of using unreasonable and excessive force he is one of four officers who were charged after they roughed up their fellow officer on the night of September sixth twenty seventeen the demonstration was one of several that erupted after Stockley was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith in two thousand eleven he is on the mend host Pat Sajak seventy three recovering from emergency surgery to reflect a block intestine according to wheel of fortune officials say Jack is looking forward to getting back to work this is CBS news it takes policy in pop culture with.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Could this be the culprit there is new evidence that the chemical vitamin E. acetate may be to blame in the long injury vaping outbreak federal health officials say a lab down the same chemical compound in the lung fluid of twenty nine patients KCBS TV's Stacy bottler acetates with consistently found in long fluid samples from twenty nine vaping patience in ten states it's an additive in the production of the E. cigarette or vaping products especially in some products containing C. H. C. even vitamin a acetate there's so much more to learn about I mean it it's like if we take our our household cleaning products that we decide to light it up and start smoking it who knows what chemicals are going to be released that's doctor Kate Williams and with the American academy of pediatrics more than two thousand people of suffered lung injuries from using E. cigarettes at least thirty nine have died the trial of the former political ally of president trump continues CBS is lower but does the former trump campaign aide at Steve Bannon testified Friday on day four of Roger stone's criminal trial van and told jurors he was quoted compelled to testify saying he's also known as an access point to wikileaks fan and testimony followed that of comedian Randy credit co critical claims he was pressured into backing up lies stone told Congress sharing an email he received from stone in April in which stone threatened to take away his dog Randy Hayes a former Saint Louis city police officers pleaded guilty to beating up a fellow officer working under cover during protests they followed the acquittal of former police officer GSN's Stockley more from KMOV TV's Chris Negus Hays pled guilty to one count of using unreasonable and excessive force he is one of four officers who were charged after they roughed up their fellow officer on the night of September sixth twenty seventeen the demonstration was one of several that erupted after starkly was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith in two thousand eleven call it a taste of January in November the National Weather Service has numerous cold weather records for mid November could be broken in the central southern and eastern states CBS news meteorologists David Parkinson as we fast forward into next week the arctic air is really going to invade South on Monday high temps are scheduled to stay in the teens and twenties in the Midwest the Great Lakes move over past.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The blame in the lung injury vaping outbreak federal health officials say a lab found the same chemical compound in the lung fluid of twenty nine patients KCBS TV is Stacey bottler acetates with consistently found in one fluid samples from twenty nine vaping patients in ten states it's an additive in the production of E. cigarettes or vaping products especially in some products containing C. H. C. even vitamin a acetate there's so much more to learn about I mean it it's like if we take our our household cleaning products that we decide to light it up and start smoking it who knows what chemicals are going to be released that's doctor Kate Williams and with the American academy of pediatrics more than two thousand people of suffered lung injuries from using E. cigarettes at least thirty nine have died the trial of the former political ally of president trump continues CBS is lower but does the former trump campaign aide as Steve Bannon testified Friday on day four of Roger stone's criminal trial Bannon told jurors he was quoted compelled to testify saying he's also known as an access point to wikileaks fan and testimony followed that of comedian or Randy credit co critical claims he was pressured into backing up lies stone told Congress carrying an email he received from stone in April in which stone threatened to take away his dog Randy Hayes a former Saint Louis city police officers pleaded guilty to beating up a fellow officer working under cover during protests they followed the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley more from KMOV TV's Chris Negus Hays pled guilty to one count of using unreasonable and excessive force he is one of four officers who were charged after they roughed up their fellow officer on the night of September sixth twenty seventeen the demonstration was one of several that erupted after Stockley was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith in two thousand eleven call it a taste of January in November the National Weather Service says numerous cold weather records for made of could be broken in the central southern and eastern states CBS news meteorologists David Parkinson as we fast forward into next week the arctic air is really going to invade South on Monday high temps are scheduled to stay in the teens and twenties in the Midwest and Great Lakes move over past.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Draw. After national campaign. I. Will shock. Growl in Saint Louis. Three police officers were indicted last week in the assault of an undercover police officer at a two thousand seventeen protest the undercover officer who is black was at a demonstration protesting the fatal police shooting of twenty four year old Anthony Lamar Smith when officers Dustin Boone, Randy Hayes and Christopher Myers. Violently. Attacked the veteran. Police officer kicking and beating him with a baton and causing serious injuries. A fourth officer Bailey Coletta was indicted for her role in helping to cover up the attack before the attack the officers exchan- messages suggesting they quote whoops and asks and quote grab and toss protesters around in Alabama. An autopsy of the man shot dead by police Thanksgiving Day after reportedly being mistaken for a gunman revealed. He was shot three times in the back. Twenty one year olds Mantech FitzGerald Bradford junior was killed by police after they responded to a shooting at a mall in suburban Birmingham. Where? Teenagers were injured a lawyer. For Bradford's family says the autopsy confirms the victim was not a threat, and that he was moving away from the police next door media group has announced it will acquire Tribune media for over four billion dollars making it the largest provider of local television stations in the United States in August Tribune media pulled out of a proposed merger with right wing Sinclair broadcast group. The FCC expressed concerns about the merger with Sinclair despite rolling back rules that prevented consolidation and local media markets in two thousand seventeen and in Canada. Indigenous activists have been physically blocking the construction of the largest fracking project in Canada's history members of the onus Tata clan stopped TransCanada corporation workers from entering their territory November twentieth. The land on the western coast of Canada is in the path of the plan. Four point seven billion dollar coastal gas linked pipeline last week TransCanada applied for an injunction. Against the indigenous community and attempt to gain access to the land. This is free to Houston spokesperson for the camp. The projects going to impact our water or feminine or berries or medicine. And everything that is critical infrastructure as is that risk if the court Grantham that injunction that gives the police the right to try and come in and do a raid and pick us down, which would they would try to take thought of our own home, which we haven't committed no crime. We're just living on our land. We've never thirty feet at her threaded our land, we've never lost through treaty or any other means and we've never given up our decision making power to any outside entities and correction to an earlier story. Edward Philippe is the prime minister of France. And those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy, now dot or the Warren peace report, I'm Amy Goodman. Absolves? Welcome to all of our views across the country and around the world. We begin today's show by continuing to look back at the legacy of George H W Bush the nation's forty first president who died on Friday at the age of ninety four bodies not lying rest that the capital of funeral service will be held at Washington National cathedral on Wednesday. Former presidents Barack Obama Bill Clinton Jimmy Carter and Bush's son, George W Bush will attend as will President Trump who was not invited to speak. A second funeral will be held Thursday in Houston where George H W Bush will be buried. Well, president. Bush's death has dominated the news for days. Little attention has been paid to the defining event of Bush's first year in office, the invasion of Panama and December nineteenth nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine President Bush sent tens of thousands of troops and to Panama stencil to execute arrest warrant against its leader Manuel Noriega on charges of drug trafficking. General Noriega was once a close ally of Washington on the CIA payroll and a nationally televised address. Bush claimed the invasion was needed to defend democracy in Panama last night. I ordered US military forces to Panama. President took such action lightly this morning I wanted to what I did flying. I did it. For nearly two years. 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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Is when we think about the right to work bill and i'm not an expert on that bill but it was passed just after like within weeks after britain's got into office in two thousand seventeen and a lot of different activist groups from across the entire state gathered together got enough signatures from every single county in missouri to get that piece of legislation on the aug ballot so now that the senate and the house passed legislation these groups got together and said no no hold up we're going to let the people take a vote on this issue we got enough signatures to get it on august ballot and now that same network of of activists from a lot of different organizations are working hard to get the vote out on that issue and of course urged people to vote no on right to work such a really good example of what resistance looks like in missouri i think the other piece of that is the other side of the coin is that it can be hard to draw all of us together at times because there's so many different issues and then i think another factor that you know one has to to think about and talk about you can't separate it and parcel out when you think about activism is missouri is is how activists are portrayed in the media here it's in specifically in saint louis recent example would be how some commercial media portrayed protesters after the jason stockley verdict and i'm not sure if your listeners are familiar with jason stockley he's a saint louis city police officer who was acquitted in the shooting death of anthony lamar smith and you i personally was at some of those protests and there was absolutely civil disobedience but there was absolutely never anything that the press referred to they they call them riots and that's just not what i saw that that's not what was happening but that is what sometimes the commercial media portrayed these protests and i you know that kind of labeling of protesters just i think stokes of fire the already very racially divided.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on I'm Still Here

I'm Still Here

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on I'm Still Here

"Lillee you actually came to huffpost when everything with ferguson was going down an end covered it right from the beginning what was that like it was intense um intends to see that play out and it was challenging because being a black journalist i have to tell the story but being a black woman i also feel the story and i can't see let's dive down in the last three years that i've been here i've seen the same story repeat itself over and over again and take the lives of countless black men and women you know that sort of erases are humidity i don't want is as become routine but now you know they're still so much work that needs to be done sometimes it can feel a little discouraging ray being his it's like so many um young men women have died and we report and we try to give context to their lives into their humanity and with anthony lamar smith i was thinking uh recently about a clip i saw from the protests knive protesters but actually of police officers and these officers were chanting whose streets our streets during this protests which was crazy to me because they're taking a phrase that has been used by organizers in activists to like reassert our humanity and our right to exist in the world and they're using it to like play a specifically ah it really begs the question then you know how far have we actually come right no that's a fair question is sort of the age old question right the question that we sort of ask ourselves every time events like this happen because it sort of you know serves as a realitychek these are things that 2017 we're still fighting for a get shows you how deep divide is right i mean it's about me think about the overall in a recent history really recent history that thoughtful to had to go through if you're comparing three years ago.

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"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on I'm Still Here

I'm Still Here

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"anthony lamar smith" Discussed on I'm Still Here

"You cannot ignore them anymore you can't ignore them anymore an you can't pretend they are not the year and just brush it over so i think it was a wakeup call to the region to some of our government leaders some of our now for profit leaders our corporate leaders that more resources need to be given to try to fix these problems that they need to be some adjustments and changes in public policy it cetera this threeyear point is a time where we can reflect on what has evolved but again these problems will not just have gone away in three years so we have to continue to be vigilant about it because if we don't and we go back to business as usual we'll end of right in this same exact spot and as you know right now we're on the verge of another major verdict that the region is waiting to see and how the sponsored will be to that and what will transpire afterwards depending on what that is so we have come a way and we have a long way to go but we need to be conscious cognisant and deliberate about staying the course two weeks after i left missouri another verdict dropped this was for the case of anthony lamar smith an unarmed 24yearold black man who was shot and killed by saying lewis cop thomas stockley after a highspeed chase in 2011 stockley who court documents allege declared he was going to kill this mother fokker was found not guilty protests erupted in st louis again history was repeating itself again so i sat down with my colleague louis work not to work through the dejavu.

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