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"awesome police department" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

10:12 min | 5 months ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Prosecutors must bring a case to trial within a hundred and seventy five days of police making arrests a law like that should the exist all over the place. You shouldn't be able to arrest somebody and then hold them for months on in the sheriff's Department arrested Miss Monteverdi estrange husband and his father. Anyway without the right evidence. I always office then. Encourage the sheriff's department to simply collect more evidence do more work before they charged him and they had to charge him before the April deadline and experts all over the country. We've already said there is a lack of direct evidence including forensic evidence that either man killed out the killing they might have. It's it's like I'm not even saying these men are innocent. I don't know a state. Attorney Eyelid doesn't know and the police don't know and they have no confession session. No corroborating witnesses and the sheriff instead launched a public attack against Allah and on this past Friday without consulting Allah Governor Santos announced that he was gonna take the case away from her in reassign it to the neighboring state attorney in a different county Brad King a Republican. He's giving kings giving king a bad name. Brad King a Republican and I'll Shabak of the governor saying listen. This is a quote from her. This violates all concepts of due process and equal protection and. She criticized the governor for failing to give her office. Any I notice before ripping this case away from her office and the attorney for one of the men called it quote Unquote Sprit Act in a case where the sheriff still does not even know who killed Montalvo where there's a lack of evidence that simply can't be manufactured. Here's the thing governor disentis and we see this all over the country country. His move is an alarming abuse of his authority. And it's the latest example of governors trying to steal power away from the local prosecutors. And they're doing it particularly listened to me to women of color who are running these prosecutor's. There's offices as I've covered before a growing number of governors all over the country are increasingly taking steps to block local prosecutors shooters from exercising their power particularly in high profile cases. We see it in Missouri Right now. Where Attorney General Eric Schmidt has tried to prevent the local district attorney their circuit court attorney? Kim Gartner someone else that I love. She's a superhero. She's he's tried over and over again to prevent her from winning a new trial for Lamar Johnson. A man who spent twenty five years in jail for crime that evidence shows he did not commit in Maryland. Governor Larry Hogan and Attorney General. Brian Frosh have tried to take over the prosecution of more cases in Baltimore a direct ifan again to another black woman district attorney state's attorney Marilyn Moesby so what we see here is not just Republicans fighting back against is local prosecutors. There's a there's a gender element to this. There is a race and power element to this and governor descent. Is His outrageous move. It really deserves national attention as part of a disturbing trend that we see happening. Please please please understand Dan that when we elect these local prosecutors. And I'm proud of what we're doing all over the country to elect them. Please understand that. We don't just need to elect them. We have have to have their back even after they take off all right and I have one more story to share with you right after the break. And I'm GonNa talk to you about something going down in Austin. Has My blood boiling. We have so many listeners to the breakdown at art in Austin all around Texas in the southwest and I need to draw your attention to a case. We're GONNA have some action steps for you to take and I need to warn you all backup to some action steps all right. We need to do this. I need to draw your attention to a video. That was just released showing the violent tasting of a man named Clinton Perkins. He's a thirty year old. Black men in Austin Austin and I need to ask you all to make some calls. Because what's going down with. This case is outrageous. Let me break the case down. In February February of two thousand eighteen to Austin Police Officers Robert Pfaff and Donald Petropolis encountered perkins as. They were responding to a shooting. Now if you see the video. They've got a whole crowd of people literally just sitting down on the sidewalk. Because there's been a shooting that that Clinton went and had nothing to do with okay. They have all types of people almost exclusively white except for Clinton sitting down the sidewalk and those two police officers Robert in Donald there from the Awesome Police Department claim that Clinton was on his feet evading officers. That's what they said in their report as what they say publicly and privately and then the video was released this week from the body camera a different officer it showed they made all of it up all of it every a single bit of it Clinton Perkins was taste while he was literally on his knees with his hands. Up in. The city of Austin has already agreed lead to a seventy five thousand dollars settlement which is not enough. I wish they had paid that. Ma'am millions of dollars. It's ridiculous that they made him not just go through this active active being tasers but having to defend himself I mean had that body camera not been on he would have. It could have been in jail for. We're all types of lies that they told against him and so they agreed to a seventy five thousand dollars settlement for their excessive force and a prosecution `execution led by the district attorney. They're all ultimately ended with both of those police officers being fired. How however the officers are now fighting for reinstatement? And here's what I see over and over and over again. I see police officers get fired for something they should get fired for and on the low after months and months and months sometimes years they fight and get their jobs back and the police association president the local Police Union. WHO's terrible there in Austin? Ken Cassidy called the investigation instigation. Until the officers a witch hunt what he argued he came out and then argued that the man on the ground with his hands up could still be dangerous Jerus- and here's the thing a lot of people think they're going to reinstate. These officers so elected officials liked today. They serve an important role in protecting acting. The people from officers who abuse their authority in these officers should have no place on the Austin. Police Force and government leaders should not let police unions power. Keep them from protecting the people. But here's the thing the local district attorney. Here's how it goes. Jose see it all over. The country has the support of the Austin Police Association. That's the local union there in the Austin Police Association President Literally attended her re Election Party and she's received money from the Austin Police Association. Pack like that should be illegal. You should not be able to get money from police when you then have to prosecute those exact same officers. It's so corrupt. And here's our call the action and we need your support. We need all hands on deck. We're supporting a whole nother candidate for For the the district attorney there and I'll tell you about him on a different episode but we need you to make some phone calls okay. Our leaders can and must do more more to keep the police officers like fast and portrays from corrupting the entire system. So we need you to make some phone calls now now and let them know what they need to do. Please right now call or email the district attorney at five one to a five four ninety four hundred and we need you to do two things. We need you to demand that. She stopped taking money from police officers so that she can then prosecute them with fairness and we need you to call county attorney candidate Mike Denton at five live one two five two four seven six eight Oh and demand that he also reject funds and influence from police officers. And then. Here's the last thing saying we need you to to make it known in and around Austin that these officers cannot be brought back onto onto the force. Okay I'M GONNA post some tweets on my twitter account. Today that will break all of this down. I appreciate you all so the very much. Take these action steps with us as we fight back against a corrupt and brutal police there in Austin Texas take care bring bring bring bring bring in Britain break Breaking up break.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"God news in the media are awesome. Police department Richland heels where so thankful for so Ruth Martin says officers even help the family. Hang the swing backup. Police are still investigating the theft. So far, no one has been arrested. It is now five forty two in Dallas county cases of certain STD's will in Dallas county. They are the highest in the country Estonia federal statistics between two thousand sixteen and seventeen shows. Dallas county has the largest percentage increase in cases of gonorrhea and Clemencia as reported by the Dallas Morning News more than twenty five hundred would-be patients were turned away from the Dallas county STD clinic due to a lack of appointment times. Yesterday. The new Dallas county health director told the Commissioner's court he had recently called that s TD clinic appointment line just to see how long. Someone might need to wait to get an appointment. Philip one says he was on hold for an hour and never got someone to pick up Kurt Lewis NewsRadio. KRLD that is now five forty two native American inmates in Texas can keep their hair long, thanks to a legal fight by three inmates. The trio are doing their time McConnell unit in south, Texas. They say growing their hair long, upholds their deeply held spiritual and religious beliefs say US district judge in Corpus Christi agreed with them. The state argued men are more likely to smuggle dangerous contraband like shanks in their hair than even the most dangerous female inmates who can grow their hair as long as they want. It became very clear during the trial to this policy. Have nothing to do with safety that the reason they let women do not men was just promoting cultural norms, which is not a valid reason to impinge upon someone's important religious freedoms attorney Steven measure says male prisoners are allowed to grow their hair long in forty two other states, Texas. Is considering an appeal. Barbara Schwartz NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD five forty-three KRLD. We have traffic and weather together on the eighth coming up. And then the president goes to Ohio stylized lounge.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"News Radio KLBJ on a Wall Street Journal reports. President Trump is undecided on whether or not he'll declare a national emergency on border security to fund his border wall with Mexico, and while it's not certain where funds would come from to build his wall. What is certain is a legal challenge. Trump would face if he made such a declaration. Meantime, Republicans are calling out Democrats are playing politics with border security in advance of Trump's address to the nation tonight. It's pure hypocrisy. Two thousand six the secure fence act, Brock Obama, and Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer all voted for it border security used to be a bipartisan. Or nonpartisan issue is US Senator John Cornyn. Speaking of Fox News says President Obama called caravans at the border of humanitarian crisis in two thousand fourteen but Democrats say it's not one in twenty nineteen awesome police department. Detectives will be retrained by the department of public safety on investigating sexual assaults at training will include supervisors as well as. The investigators themselves Kilby j radar weather watches, sunshine, seventy six a can't maybe now President Trump's address to the nation. And the democrat rebuttal will be broadcast tonight at eight here on NewsRadio KLBJ. How can the American people trust the president? When he says, this is a crisis when he says things over and over again. Well, look, the American people aren't as concerned about the political debate is they are concerned about what's really happening at the border. And that's what the credibility. Nearly four thousand jobs not true. John nearly four thousand known or suspected terrorists were apprehended attempting to come into the United States through various means in the last year airports, not at the border,.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is Fox News. Two. And good morning. I'm Patrick Osborne. Topping Austin's news UT regions green light, a brand new three hundred thirty eight million dollar basketball arena partnership of the oak view group out of L A. The arena will be built and managed at no cost to the university of taxpayers according to UT president, Greg. Davis says the arena were will replace the franker went center to make room for expansion of the UT del medical school. We're talking probably five to ten years in terms of long-term plan for new facilities. Both clinical and medical school related facilities will make money through concessions and concerts of the ten years UT, you'll be given about sixty days a year for men's and women's basketball, all bars and restaurants in the city of round rock and now sell alcohol until two AM. The city council has voted unanimously tweak an ordinance that for years had those businesses not within Travis county stopping sales at midnight or one AM on Saturday. A is still a concern for a lot of people who live nearby and changes to the noise ordinance are expected to come sometime next year. Former Austin police commander Jason duster Hof is appealing his indefinite suspension by the awesome police department and chief Brian Manley. Lawyers. Adjacent Nassar was disappointed but not surprised by the final. Call department does their best to try to put it up their investigation. When I think they're done. They will render decision I think they feel bad one. But ultimately, they came to one industrial off was fired for allegedly getting too rough with a woman that he was being intimate with now says his client will fight to get his job back and continues to refute the charges made by the department a hearing yesterday in the case against the Travis county tax appraisal district results in the plaintiffs not being able to get answers from the county about property tax protests being illegally dismissed attorney Bill ale Shire says he's not only representing those taxpayers who were denied a protest. He's one of them eight thousand eight hundred eighty one other property owners and Travis county didn't even have their. Their tax reprisals. Protests heard before the tax rates were set and text bills came out. So I had to pay my taxes to based on a value on my own that I protested still here. Aol Shire says those who are denied could eventually get refunds. But in the meantime hill appeal, Eric NewsRadio KLBJ, and it's now seven oh four, and let's get you. Check of Austin's on time traffic. Here's my little Brandt..

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Topping Austin's news, George Hw Bush is set to a bar on his final tour of Washington has the nation's capital remembers the forty first president's lifetime a public service. The former presidents remains will travel here from his beloved Houston where Barbara Kenny was among those remembering him at the church, George Hw, and Barbara Bush, attended just very caring man, who was always willing to help others. His body will lie in state in the capitol rotunda starting this evening where the public's invited. To celebrate his life a life of honor a life of honesty, Colin Powell who was his top military adviser telling ABC's this week, President Bush was a patriot in war and peace. The forty first presidents remains will travel here on a plane. Most often known as Air Force One today. It's called special air mission forty one saga megani? Washington. Washington. Lawmakers are talking about the Russia investigation after President Trump's former attorney recently pleaded. Guilty to lying to congress. Congress has new concerns about how deep the ties between President Trump and Russia run. The most recent revelation came from the president's former fixer Michael Cohen who admitted lying about a Russian real estate deal. House intelligence committee ranking democrat, Adam Schiff said on ABC's this week Coen's mission to congress raises a huge question whether Donald Trump and his organization were compromised and now via Michael Cohen. We find out that. Yes, there was compromised. The president has called Cohen a liar who's trying to stay out of jail. But Senate intelligence leaders are also acting on Coen's admission bringing prosecutors in to investigate Grenell. Scott, Fox News, Austin city and Travis county government leaders say they fear what governor Greg Abbott revenue caps may due to their tax. Levying powers this morning. They're gathering at the Austin convention center for a symposium on the impact of those caps. Austin intergovernmental relations, liaison, brief Ronco explains. To the regional affordability committee. The Abbott wants to move the eight percent rollback. Great for counties and cities two point five percent for all taxing jurisdictions cap could only exceeded for certain expenses that has been defined as public safety in critical infrastructure mayor Steve Adler, judge Sarah, Eckhart city manager, Spencer kraken ASD board. President Toronto Rodriguez junior all expected to speak out against the caps. Eric like, NewsRadio KLBJ after thirty years thread, gills riverside location is no longer open for business and on Saturday. It'll be auctioning off much of its memorabilia the restaurant closed its doors this weekend for the final time, citing similar reasons as other longtime eateries Threadgold says cost of operating around Austin's course skyrocketed to the point that it's not just financially feasible anymore to stay open red payments for that location alone. Top more than forty thousand dollars a month. According to owner, Eddie Wilson a cedar park. Aerospace company has landed a pretty sizable NASA contract aerospace is one of nine American companies in that contract. The company's Leslie Kovacs says NASA is looking to continue scientific experiments on the moon in preparation for further. Exploration, but is looking to the private sector to do the heavy lifting. So essentially something science related would get delivered torn of these companies the company would then couldn't that strange instrument on top of little Rover Orlando and then put it on lock it and send it to the moon. Kovac says the company's beta launch vehicle and lunar Lander is up to the task, John Kelly, NewsRadio KLBJ awesome. Police department is formed a new mental health task force comes following the results of a recent audit showing APD doesn't do enough to address mental health, nor does it have enough mental health experts on staff the city of Austin, I'll spend seventy five thousand dollars to hire new consultant the task force will focus on training sharing of mental health data across multiple departments. And making sure nine one one dispatchers are doing all they can to assist right at.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There were more than eight hundred rapes reported to police in Austin of those four percent were thrown out is false or baseless half of the rest were cleared. But look at how suspects were only arrested seventeen percent of the time twice as often. Thirty three percent of the time reported rapes were cleared by exceptional means Mark asks chief Manley about telling a city council member that Austin has high crime clearance rates. Why did the chief not also mentioned Austin's high rate of? Of exceptional clearances. Should you not also have gone on to tell him? We only are arresting maybe seventeen or twenty percent a year. And perhaps that's information that he would have valued in that inner change. I believe I gave him a fair and accurate answer to his question without going into how many crimes were cleared exceptionally versus how often you make arrests again, I gave him a fair and accurate response. And I explained what that data is. And how we stood compared to our comparative cities, MS Donnegan sees it differently. I think it gives it a false sense to the community that this case has been thoroughly investigated, and it's closed. It's not truthful, and I think it just gives the appearance that. We're able to clear more of these rapes than we actually our data shows. Austin exceptionally cleared more than fourteen hundred rape cases between two thousand twelve and twenty seventeen that means they didn't arrest anyone in those cases with the rapes that are exceptionally clear. You do believe that the Austin police department something in the case file means that you've gathered enough evidence to support an arrest. Yes. I couldn't exceptionally clear it, otherwise that means there are one thousand four hundred and sixteen people out there who the awesome police department has established probable cause to make an arrest on but has not made the arrest. There is no prosecution and they're on the streets. That's a lot of people out there that you have probable cause to make an arrest on you're not arresting the unfortunate reality of sexual assault in this country. Is that the process itself? Unfortunately, keeps many survivors from wanting to participate in the process, and ultimately the prosecution. Is it really the victims fault? Or is. There's something going on within the Austin police department that maybe is not helping those victims feel as comfortable or or a safe in talking to your agency is it really fair to blame the victims. Here. I'm not blaming the victims and survivors, by the way, but I'm not blaming them. If we've got a survivor who initially is unwilling to participate in the investigative process. The detective will not stop the investigation at that point. They will still track down every possible lead and work that case as far as they can. And then at that point if the survivor is still unwilling to cooperate, then it would be exceptionally cleared. Let's go back to marina the Austin college student. I told my detective I wanted to be involved in every step. From the beginning that I wanted to be there. Austin PD won't comment on her case or share her police report with us. Marina says they also haven't given it to her. But she says police did tell her they found the rape suspect. And he's describes me to t he described my outfit from that night. And he said that we had consensual sex marinas medical exam after that night documented, bruises tears and trauma on the form. In a section marked impression from exam the examiner typed sexual assault among other findings police let the man go waiting for the rape kit samples to come back from the lab that took two years and the lab didn't find DNA evidence. Marina says she learns this from the police detective, I finally gone to some therapy and was returning to school now. August, and she called me two weeks before is about to start back to tell me that case was closed. Marina couldn't believe it. We reached out to the district attorney's office here in Travis county, and they wouldn't comment on marina's case. But did say they have additional facts they can't share with us right now. And then having enough evidence to arrest isn't the same as having enough to convict. Marina tells us she was angry and insisted on talking to the prosecutor in the case and I sat down with her. And she immediately started strategy talk. It's older. Now, let me talk I described wrote to her I made her look at me while I told her what happened to me. I was like you're going to look at me as a person as the survivor, not as this file sitting in front of you. And you're gonna tell me why you're not prosecuting, rapists. And she told me the effects the CSI affect meaning juries are. Influenced by crime TV shows like CSI or DNA always safe day. But in this case the man confirmed to police he had sex with marina, he gave the place and the date. The issue wasn't that it was whether this was consensual. Do you believe a jury should have done allowed to lay? That's all I wanted was to be in a courtroom with him. We learned that marina's case was exceptionally cleared and told her and now that my cases considered exception cleared. It says offensive to me that they're using me. And is my case to make it look like city safe. mark. In bernice. You raise some big questions about how much people can trust rate clearance numbers from police. So what are folks supposed to do? Well, people can start to ask police about the difference in pointed out publicly, for example, at city council meetings, like the one that we heard in Austin, the FBI is also I should note slowly migrating to a different system of tracking crime. It's much more detailed and police will be specifically required to report to the feds. How many cases they exceptionally clear and say why but transparency alone does not necessarily solve this whole problem because we've looked at the cities who are using the new system and found that many continue to have very high exceptional clearance rates compared to arrests for rape. So some survivors have chosen to do what marina has done after hurric- kit sat untested for years and her case was not prosecuted. She joined a lawsuit with other plaintiffs to sue the city of Austin and Travis county for failing to bring Justice to victims. Okay. So most.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Shot up by fifty percent, higher rates continued through today making it appear like the police solve more rapes than they actually do for more than a month. Austin police ignored our requests for an interview. But after the mayor's office intervened calling the allegations very serious chief Manley agreed to talk with us in the police headquarters media room, he sat near a Texas flag on a dark wooden podium, Mark outlined Liz's claims to the chief sergeant Donaldson's assertions are that she was told directed on multiple occasions to go back in and change clearance codes for the crime of rape from suspended to exceptionally cleared. And she said it was wrong to do. And she refused. The order. I think there was a difference of opinions on what the appropriate way to clear cases, where you have no reason to believe she's not trustworthy. No. I'm not here to make character assessments. I think we're here to talk about the data and all and I think that if we get back onto what we're here to talk about. It was a difference of opinions back in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve. Chief Manley says that in two thousand twelve supervisors analyzed how the department handled rape investigations they concluded they weren't doing it. Right. That too many cases were listed as suspended when they should have been exceptionally cleared. So they started clearing more cases by exceptional means after Liz, Don again left in the way that she'd refuse to do chief. Manley says that's what accounts for the jump in exceptional clearances in two thousand sixteen there were more than eight hundred rapes reported to police in Austin of those four percent were thrown out as false or baseless half of the rest were cleared, but look at how suspects were only arrested seventeen percent of the time twice as often. Thirty three percent of the time reported rapes were cleared by exceptional means Mark asks chief Manley about telling a city council member that Austin has high crime clearance rates. Why did the chief not also mentioned Austin's high rate? Of exceptional clearances. Should you not also have gone on to tell him? We only are arresting maybe seventeen or twenty percent a year. And perhaps that's information that he would evaluate in that inner change. I believe I gave him a fair and accurate answer to his question without going into how many crimes were cleared exceptionally versus how often you make arrests again, I gave him a fair and accurate response. And I explained what that data is. And how we stood compared to our comparative cities. Liz Donnegan sees it differently. I think it gives it a false sense to the community that this case has been thoroughly investigated, and it's closed. It's not truthful. And I I think it just gives the appearance that. We're able to clear more of these rapes than we actually our data shows. Austin exceptionally cleared more than fourteen hundred rape cases between twenty and twenty seventeen. That means they didn't arrest anyone in those cases with the rapes that are exceptionally clear. You do believe that the Austin police department something in the case file means that you've gathered enough evidence to support arrest. Yes. I couldn't exceptionally clear it, otherwise that means there are one thousand four hundred and sixteen people out there who the awesome police department has established probable cause to make an arrest on but has not made the arrest. There is no prosecution and they're on the streets. That's a lot of people out there that you have probable cause to make an arrest on its you're not arresting. It's the unfortunate reality of sexual assault in this country. Is that the process itself? Unfortunately, keeps many survivors from wanting to participate in the process, and ultimately the prosecution. Is it really the victims fault? Or is there something going on within the Austin police department that maybe is not helping those victims feel as comfortable or or a safe in talking to your agency is it really fair to blame the victims. Here. I'm not blaming the victims and their survivors, by the way, but I'm not blaming them. If we've got a survivor who initially is unwilling to participate in the investigative process. The detective will not stop the investigation at that point. They will still track down every possible lead and work that case as far as they can. And then at that point if the survivor is still unwilling to cooperate, then it would be exceptionally cleared. Let's go back to marina the Austin college student. I thought my detective I wanted to be involved in every set. That from the beginning that I wanted to be there. Austin PD won't comment on her case or share her police report with us. Marina says they also haven't given it to her. But she says police did tell her they found the rape suspect. He's describes me to t he described my outfit from that night. And he said that we had consensual sex marinas medical exam after that night documented, bruises tears and trauma on the form. In a section marked impression from exam the examiner typed sexual assault among other findings police let the man go waiting for the rape kits samples to come back from the lab that took two years and the lab didn't find DNA evidence. Marina says she learns this from the police detective, I finally gone to some therapy and was returning to school. August and she called me two weeks before I was to start back to tell me that. Case was closed. Marina couldn't believe it. We reached out to the district attorney's office here in Travis county, and they wouldn't comment on marina's case. But did say they have additional facts they can't share with us right now. And then having enough evidence to arrest isn't the same as having enough to convict. Marina tells us she was angry and insisted on talking to the prosecutor in the case down her, and she immediately started straight talk, I told her now, you're gonna let me talk. I described my rate to her I made her look at me while I told her what happened to me. I was like you're going to look at me as a person as the survivor, not as this file sitting in front of you. And you're gonna tell me why you're not prosecuting my rapist, and she told me in CSI effects the CSI affect meeting. Juries are. Influenced by crime TV shows like CSI or DNA always saves the day. But in this case the man confirmed to police he had sex with marina, he gave the place and the date. The issue wasn't that it was whether this was consensual. Do you believe the jury should have been allowed to laying on this? That's all I wanted was to be in a courtroom with him. We learned that marina's case. Was exceptionally cleared and told her I didn't know that my case is considered exceptional cleared. It says very offensive to me that they're using me. And he is my case to make it look like the city safe..

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"awesome police department" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on Reveal

"We're able to clear more of these rapes than we actually our data shows. Austin exceptionally cleared more than fourteen hundred rape cases between twenty twelve and twenty seventeen that means they didn't arrest anyone in those cases with the rapes that are exceptionally cleared. You do believe that the awesome police department something in the case file means that you've gathered enough evidence to support interests. Yes. I couldn't exceptionally clear at otherwise. That means there are one thousand four hundred sixteen people out there who the awesome police department has established probable cause to make an arrest on but has not made the arrest. There is no prosecution and they're on the streets. That's a lot of people out there that you have probable cause to make an arrest on its you're not arresting. It's the unfortunate reality of sexual assault in this country. Is that the process itself? Unfortunately, keeps many survivors from wanting to participate in the process, and ultimately the prosecution. Is it really the victims fall tour is there's something going on within the Austin police department that maybe is not helping those victims feel as comfortable or or a safe in talking to your agency is it really fair to blame the victims. Here. I'm not blaming the victims and their survivors, by the way, but I'm not blaming them. If we've got a survivor who initially is unwilling to participate in the investigative process. The detective will not stop the investigation at that point. They will still track down every possible lead and work that case as far as they can. And then at that point if the survivor is still unwilling to cooperate, then it would be exceptionally cleared. Let's go back to marina the Austin college student. I told my active I wanted to be involved in every set of that from the beginning that I wanted to be there. Austin PD won't comment on her case or share her police report with us. Marina says they also haven't given it to her. But she says police did tell her they found the rape suspect. And he is scribes me to t described my outfit from that night. And he said that we had consensual sex marinas medical exam after that night documented, bruises tears and trauma on the form. In a section marked impression from exam the examiner typed sexual assault among other findings police let the man go waiting for the rape kit samples to come back from the lab that took two years and the lab didn't find DNA evidence. Marina says she learns this from the police detective, I finally gone to some therapy and was returning to school August, and she called me two weeks before I was about to start back to tell me that case was glued. I. Marina couldn't believe it. We reached out to the district attorney's office here in Travis county, and they wouldn't comment on marina's case. But did say they have additional facts they can't share with us right now. And then having enough evidence to arrest isn't the same as having enough to convict. Marina tells us she was angry and insisted on talking to the prosecutor in the case, and I down with her and she made it really started strives talk. I told her now as you're gonna let me talk I described Iraq to her. I made her look at me while I told her what happened to me. I was like you're going to look at me as a person as the survivor, not as this file sitting in front of you. And you're gonna tell me why you're not prosecuting my rapist, and she told me the CSI fix the CSI effect meeting. Juries are in. -fluenced by crime TV shows like CSI or DNA always saves the day. But in this case the man confirmed to police he had sex with marina gave the place and the date. The issue wasn't that it was whether this was consensual. Do you believe the jury should have allowed laying this? That's all I wanted was to be in a courtroom with him. We learned that marina's case was exceptionally cleared and told her and know that my cases considered exceptional cleared. It's offensive to me that they're using me. I'm using my case to make it look like. The city safe..

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Cedar park police responded almost sixty package calls in here in austin that number is well over thirteen hundred authorities are still searching for a motive in this bombing case george washington university tear expert david grantham says investigators are now sifting through suspect marc conduct social media accounts trying to cerna motive for the bombings where we don't know yet if there were specific targets that he was going after the people who received the packages or where he plays them all just random that alone will tell us rather quickly what essential motive is now grantham says the suspect may have switched from placing bombs to mailing them because he thought police were on his trail rachel say newsradio klbj grateful austin thanks the austin police department and interim chief brian manley one austin city council member wants to take things a step further that would be district two's delia garza she wants to see manley appointed permanent chief of the department and for contract negotiations to resume with the union those broke off in december well the media reported that we voted down the contract that wasn't my take on it the motion before us was to send them back to the negotiating table thinks there's enough support to remove interim for manly's title but doesn't think she has enough support yet for the collective bargaining to resume eric like newsradio klbj and even with a years long staffing shortages the awesome police department investigators were able to track down the austin bomber and indus reign of terror that gripped the city for the better part of a mud so today the city council consider a resolution they may help beef up apd's ranks and could possibly help bring the city and police a little bit closer to finding common ground on a brand new contract which are austin police have been without since late december right now in round rock partly cloudy and fifty three degrees i'm.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Have found the totta don show just now waking up the serial bomber is dead it all began with an incident in round rock on southbound i thirty five in the parking lot of a red roof in about the seventeen hundred block of the interstate and the police chief brian manley along with the the atf and the fbi held a press conference this morning shortly after the incident unfolded we were there on the scene and we wanted to replay a portion of that press conference to catch you up to date on how this all went down split chief brian manley good morning thank you all for coming out here this morning my name's primarily on the chief of police the awesome police department pronounce de beer these special agent charge for atf christopher combs the special agent in charge for the fbi have austin mayor steve adler and city manager spent your crock and several other members of several members also please i think you all are aware and our community is well aware that it it's been a long almost three weeks for the community of austin as we have dealt with package bombs and other types of bombs at an in place throughout our community we have seen members of our community of lost their lives and others whose lives have been forever changed due to significant injuries we have talked many times over the past couple of weeks about the level of partnership that has taken place with our federal officials are local officials and our police department to bring this to an end and through all of his hard work we identified several leads strumming four weeks but beginning within the past twenty four to thirty six hours we started getting information on one person of interest that we continue to work on and continue to develop and as we continue to do our investigations this person of interest ultimately moved to beating a suspect and as we started focusing on was his involvement in these crimes played last night and early this morning we felt very confident that this was the suspect in the bombing incidents that took place in austin we had surveillance teams looking for this suspect and we located the vehicle that this suspect was known to be driving and witnesses told us he was driving and in fact we found.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Gosh two three nine ninety three ninety three yes the bomber in austin is dead this is from the chief of police brian manley saying they had a suspect they followed the suspect they believe it to be the person who did we bombings they may not have done it alone but certainly they believe they've got the right person gatien is still underway so we cannot say that this was a an individual acting on their own that's why this investigation will continue through the through the day or days coming down some biographical details he was in austin residents the individual involved in this incident was a twenty four year old white male and we're not going to give out any information regarding his residence can you as i said as i said this investigation is ongoing we wanna make sure that we have confirmed that he either acted alone or if there were any accomplices that we identify them what we know is that this was a twenty four year old male that's the only information that's been given a by the awesome police department we're gonna have more on the story as it's certainly develops we've been keeping an eye on the roads here on the weather here the traffic and how it has progressed and thought it'd be better by now no we're not there yet map we'll have the latest and yes school closing school delays you've caught it all there at wabc dot com it is there for you anything you need to know about what's going on today or later on some went from delayed to closed so you are you're gonna want check out that full list act wibc dot com check that out immediately there's an officer being charged with murder and i say rightfully so and there's another story about the broward county sheriff's office how about sleeping on the job sheriff steve israel's really a problem tony cats ninetythree wibc good morning and weather like this makes you wonder okay what is the good stuff i can do inside because you can't do anything outside and that's where royal pin comes into play and you should be thinking about that and the weather as you're thinking about that graduation party or that big family reunion do not have it in the back yard what are we all crazy you can't trust the weather listen you have just a random parties.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I don't even know what all goes on in there but i gotta believe that that video footage from inside that sunset valley store was downloaded and picked apart within minutes so i've got to believe any description i don't know something like this they wanna make sure and i don't think they want us i was gonna say scare this guy off by releasing his picture that quickly i think they want to say plan they have a plan but this is the same person they were begging to come out as of sunday afternoon hawk tell us your story the awesome police department the chief of police says hey we want to hear from you we want to know what your story is we wanna know what the issue is the fbi saying reach out to us and then on monday night we're to believe he showed up probably between six and ten pm at a fed ex and sunset valley buzz are to mail bombs knowing that they would go off whenever along the way the one the one the one that has now been confirmed as a was a suspicious package has been confirmed as a bomb and it was set to be detonated at some point not sure win all right so with us now is the investigator reporter on the story for the austin american statesman a channel twenty four here in austin tony let's keep okay the obvious question is the person that mailed the bombs from sunset valley do a thirties believe that is the same bomber of since march second good question what i can tell you what's happening right now is that investigators were chasing that lead extremely hard they have fanned out into the community they're trying to interview people person going in and out of that store but i think this is very important and very hopeful for investigators fedex confirmed that they have given a trove of information over to law enforcement personnel who are going through that information right now trying to figure out what all it contains and whether or not it is going to lead them to a suspect but i think that it's fair to say that with that information this investigation at least for now has picked up some momentum okay so the bombs themselves are they the prototype of what we've been used to the one that.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And wcbmcom brother of the parkland shooting suspect arrested i'm lisa lacerra fox news vaccari crews taken into custody for trespassing at more therese stoneman douglas high school fox's steve rappaport has more live despite warnings from school officials to stay away broward county sheriff's report says zachary cruise was caught on security cameras skateboarding throughout the property after passing through locked doors and gates cruise telling the arresting officer he was there to reflect on the school shooting and to soak it in his nineteen year old brother nicholas cruises charged with seventeen counts of first degree murder and could face the death penalty if convicted after the mass shooting zachary crews reportedly told authorities he felt guilty and thought he could have prevented the tragedy lisa steve texas adding more officers in austin after another bomb attack to people hurt last night the ban triggered by a tripwire stead at texas department of public safety has added a more than one hundred officers and that is on top of what is going on at the local level what the awesome police department greg abbott on fox's the story with martha mccallum in all two people killed four hurt in four mom blasts facebook under fire after us your data was taken by a third party for political purposes success a company called cambridge analytica has agreed to give them complete access to their servers and systems former cambridge employees chris wiley says they have been in touch with the company that invented personality quizzes to get users data the thing is it also gave them profile data on that quiz takers friends and family members while he says four years ago he worked with steve bannon who would later become president trump's advisor cambridge analytic though says in a statement they deleted the data and none of it was used for trump's campaign or the uk brexit campaign now two senators democrat and republican or calling for facebook and other tech companies to appear before the senate judiciary committee fox's jessica rosenthal uber is postponed a media event for self driving cars after one was involved in.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Six o'clock cbs news on the hour presented by dell small business i'm pam coulter an investigation is underway into the first fatal accident involving a self driving vehicle a woman was struck and killed by an uber suv in tempe arizona cbs's kris van cleave possibility is that there will be other accidents we don't know for example if this accident was avoidable did that pedestrian step out in front of the car at such a point where the vehicle couldn't have stopped if it was going the speed limit we don't know that yet we don't know if the technology was functioning properly another bombing in austin texas the fourth and month injured two men cbs's omar villafranca has more there's still a very heavy police presence here matter of fact awesome police department is still the lead agency but we've seen some other investigators from san antonio houston's police department cbs news has also learned that this is the top investigation right now with the atf president trump has added a new lawyer to his legal team cbs's major garrett new attorney joseph degen of former us attorney here in washington and four years a darling of this city's conservative legal establishment to jennifer has also been a very tough critic of the fbi is handling of the hilary clinton email investigation he has denounced special counsel robert muller and terms vary similar to president trump's agenda is also appears frequently on fox news but was on a washington radio station this morning and he said this about senior justice department leaders we have a very very bad situation it's the worst since watergate and you have people in charge rod rosenstein to be one chris wray to be another who do not understand that this is crazy they're behaving like children to lead a lawsuits already been filed challenging mississippi's tough new abortion law alison keys with more abortion rights advocates are calling the law unconstitutional because it limits abortion before a fetus can live outside the womb mississippi's aclu says there's no no basis in science for the fifteen week marker but the mississippi center for public policy which helped draft the bill says it is thrilled that lawmakers in the state or quote taking steps to protect the basic right to life as well as protecting maternal health actress cynthia nixon and now she will challenge incumbent new york governor andrew cuomo in a video released.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Hd three save lewis this is cbs news on the hour presented by ziprecruiter i'm pam coulter an investigation is underway into the first fatal accident involving a self driving vehicle a woman was struck and killed by an uber suv in tempe arizona cbs's kris van cleave a possibility is that there will be other accidents we don't know for example of this accident was avoidable did that pedestrian step out in front of the car at such a point where the vehicle couldn't have stopped if it was going the speed limit we don't know that yet we don't know if the technology was functioning properly another bombing in austin texas the fourth in a month injured two men cbs's is marva franca has more there's still a very heavy police presence here in matter of fact awesome police department is still the lead agency but we've seen some other investigators from san antonio houston police department cbs news has also learned that this is the top investigation right now with the president trump has added a new lawyer to his legal team team cbs's major garrett a new attorney is joseph degen of a former us attorney here in washington and four years a darling of this city's conservative legal establishment to jennifer has also been a very tough critic of the fbi is handling of the hilary clinton email investigation he has denounced special counsel robert muller and terms very similar to president trump's degen is also appears frequently on fox news but was on a washington radio station this morning and he said this about senior justice department leaders we have a very very bad situation it's the worst since watergate and you have people in charge rod rosenstein to be one chris wray to be another who do not understand that this is they're behaving like children they don't lead a lawsuit already been filed challenging mississippi's tough new abortion law alison keys with more abortion rights advocates are calling the law unconstitutional because it limits abortion before a fetus can live outside the womb mississippi hippies aclu says there's no basis in science for the fifteen week marker but the mississippi center for public policy which helped draft the bill says it is thrilled that lawmakers in the state of quote taking a step to protect the basic right to life as well as protecting maternal health actress cynthia nixon announced she will challenge incumbent new york governor andrew cuomo in a video released.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Usa on talkradio six eighty wcbs baltimore and wcbmcom tracking a serial bomber i'm lisa lacerra fox news more manpower and austin texas after another bomb attack last night too young people were hurt the mom triggered by a tripwire of so many resources that are now devoted to this we are going to find this bomber and i believe we will find the bomber soon greg abbott of hearing on fox's the story with martha mccullough instead of texas department of public safety has added a more than one hundred officers and that is on top of what is going on at the local level with awesome police department we've also added these bomb dogs last night attack the fourth in three weeks two people have been killed for hospitalized the first lawsuit filed in last week's deadly bridge collapse in south florida attorney matt morgan says his suit is focused on reports of a crack found in the structure before the bridge fail to what extent any fixes were talked about the different measures that had to be taken in order to repair this crack so we want to figure out if that meeting actually in fact take place morgan says that potential danger should have kept cars from passing beneath the bridge he adds the suit considering the injuries and loss of life could put a hefty value on the claim somewhere between half a billion to one billion dollars state officials say fau is ultimately responsible for any safety lapses grenell scott the investigation continues after an uber in self driving mode runs over and kills a woman in tempe arizona investigation did not show at this time that there were significant signs of the vehicle slowing down but our investigation is going to reveal more once it's complete police sergeant ronald alcock forty nine year old elaine hertzberg was not in a crosswalk go into a struck hetero safety regulators also investigating uber suspending all self driving tests in north america during the investigation the university of alabama suspending operations tonight because of the threat of severe weather fox news fair and balanced i'm nick soboleski a selectquote agent with a true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a year a woman.

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"awesome police department" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"awesome police department" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Who cbs news i'm steve cave in boston police say fifteen thousand people are in the streets are rightwing rally is brought out counterprotesters wind on hanging hungary organizers say they've tried to separate their message from those who back white supremacy we believe that free speech is not just a constitutionally protected thing but it's a society important and it's important that we as a society allow dissenting views and allow people with dissenting these two exist and there have been some scattered confrontations cbs's dimarco morgan is in boston the mayor marty walsh he simply say at a couple of days ago at the holocaust memorial that was vandalized just the other night that he does not belong here hey is not welcome tear in his city and he said at the police department along with other law enforcement officials that are assisting the awesome police department they are ready and prepared for whatever is to take place i'm jim occur silva police in charlottesville virginia have charged james lx fields junior with five more felony counts that's what your old ohio man had already been charged with second degree murder for allegedly driving his car into a group of counterprotestors killing one and injuring twenty he's being held without bond a last weekend in charlottesville to state troopers monitoring the events who died in a helicopter crash virginia governor terry mcauliffe paid tribute to one of them today at the funeral for jay cullen he was rare he was one of a kind he was a leader and we are also proud of him and he will be sold solely missed but i will always remember his great dedication to us into this great kamil there's a manhunt in spain for the barcelona van driver and others involved in this week's to terror attacks cbs's healing come visible is here have also been talking to.

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