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Leo Terrell Angered Over Teen Assaulting Black Officer in Subway
"Please ask Leo about his appearance on Hannity lesson I've never seen him so upset about a story But they never told me what the story was And I got to be honest I fell asleep What was it What happened last night First of all I want to thank that listener Because I was upset I was really upset Damn let me tell you right now You have to listen to every one of your listeners Have to watch the video of a 16 year old black kid who jumped in the subway was in a fight with a black police officer This 6 year was trying to destroy this police officer And you saw a black citizen trying to harm destroyed damaged beat up brutal life a black police officer Where's Black Lives Matter Which lives matter there It's not just it was horrific because where is the anger from Al sharpton Ben crump And I was upset because you know what Police officers are not getting respect and you know the Democrats want to play this black black victim white police officer What I saw a black police officer or getting bru line brutalized and where's the fly Where's the anger from the black community Where is mayor Adams I was upset and I'm upset now Thanks for your Facebook listener for bringing that up I was truly upset That's the best Oh man I saw the video You know that's such a good point folks This wasn't some setup I think that's why I said the Leo I'm going to put him on a spot but thank you for that because I watched the video And yeah you're right It appears that when they say things like Black Lives Matter they really only mean certain Black Lives Matter
VP Harris expected at last Buffalo shooting victim's funeral
"The funeral for the last of the ten victims of a gunman's racist attack on a buffalo supermarket became a rallying cry as much as a remembrance 86 year old Ruth whitfield was remembered as an angel gunned down by a white 18 year old who police say targeted blacks Vice president Kamala Harris told mourners this shooting and others like the one at a Texas school show how the nation is experiencing an epidemic of hate We will not allow small people to create fear in our communities Attorney Ben crump who represents the whitfield family and others killed that day wants the shooter's parents the gun makers and others held accountable Will you stand with us Again Hatred I'm Julie Walker
Attorney Ben Crump Transports to Buffalo, Hosts Press Conference
"Who's paying for that? Transporting machine he uses to get from point a to point B here was Ben crump. The lawyer outside the tops grocery store in Buffalo yet. Now I'm bear in mind the shooting happens Saturday. Within 48 hours, there's super lawyer Ben crump on the scene. What happened on Saturday was an act of domestic terrorism. And we have to define it as such. We can't sugarcoat it. We can't try to explain it away, talking about mental illness, no. This was an act of domestic terrorism, perpetrated by a young white supremacist, there is no question about his intentions. And just like America responds to terrorism, America needs to respond to this act of bigotry. Racism and hate as a terrorist act,
Police: Buffalo gunman aimed to keep killing if he got away
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"ben crump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Year old who was shot to death April 4th by a Grand Rapids police officer during a traffic stop Civil rights attorney Ben crump called for more action to stop the killing of black Americans by police The crisis could mean danger We just have to be willing to have the courage to do the right thing The memorial and subsequent burial service both open to members of the public A senior Russian military official is suggesting Russia might invade another country besides Ukraine The deputy commander of Russia's central military district said Friday Russia wants to establish full control over parts of eastern and southern Ukraine as part of a second phase of their operation That he says would carve out a land corridor from Russia to Crimea the Milwaukee Bucks have a two to one advantage now over the bulls after last night's one 1181 NBA playoff win in Chicago I'm Scott Carr This is Bloomberg law with June gros from Bloomberg radio Yes indeed Nice to me in Washington where the buck stops here Way to go And then it's handed out to AIG and many other people Now Robin Williams is a comedy legend as is George Carlin There are words that you can say no problem Topography No one has ever gone to jail for screaming topography But there are some words that you can go to jail for You can listen to their comedy albums on streaming services but the estates of Williams and Carlin say that Pandora media is streaming their comedy albums without getting a license from them Their estates along with comedians Andrew dice clay Ron white Bill engVid villa Nick de Paulo are suing Pandora for not paying them as the authors of the jokes in the way that songwriters are paid royalties for writing lyrics It will be the first time a court will hear a case over licensing spoken word comedy To help us understand the novel questions here my guest is intellectual property litigator Terrence Ross a partner at cat and rosenman Terry the licensing structure gets very complicated Can you give us an overview So copyright law with respect to recorded sound is currently very complex because of a complicated history And there was literally no provision for copyright in recorded south over the course of 20 century In 1972 Congress finally got around to fixing the 1909 copyright act by providing copyrights or recorded sound going forward in time But because recorded sound came to the copyright game So late in the day it has now a complicated licensing mechanism And this in part has to do with history but also in part with the nature of music And you start from the beginning somebody writes notes the melody to a song someone perhaps the same person perhaps somebody else writes lyrics to go with that That combination of musical notes and lyrics is often published as sheet music that sheet music then can be played live to audiences For example in a ballroom by an orchestra or it can be recorded onto an LP CD and the other digital medium and listen to at a person's convenience So you have these multiplicity of ways that music can be you And that requires several different types of licenses because there are several different copyright components The first one is known as a mechanical license Mechanical license has to do with the copyright in the underlying composition The musical notes and the lyrics So if I am a band and I want to call it a song of say Led Zeppelin which is copyrighted I would have to obtain a mechanical license in order to use their composition If however as part of perhaps a hip hop piece I want to sample a few sections from a Led Zeppelin song And then add to those samples my own composition what I need is known as a master license which is a right to use the actual recording of the music that Led Zeppelin did To make things even more complicated if you're a radio station you need to obtain a public performance license which they third type of license for Musical recordings And after the music modernization act we now have digital streaming services and they have to get completely separate license provided under the MMA which to refer to as a blanket license Where does the spoken word fit into this The copyright regime I just described grew up in a musical context not in the context of spoken words And yet what is the comedy recording It is spoken word And we now have a culture in which thanks to streaming services and podcasts The marketplace for the spoken word is surging and people who have copyrights in the spoken word who previously never even gave much of a thought to enforcing the copyrights now see that we have this new marketplace in which the spoke horn is very valuable and see an opportunity to make money off of that By now for the first time enforcing their copyrights And at the cutting edge of this are the comedians and these lawsuits that have been filed by them in California Let me ask you this just on a pure copyright kind of analysis Is a joke a comedian tells the same as a song that someone writes because you often hear people say oh he stole my joke You know you tell the same joke in a different way Is it like lyrics or is it unlike lyrics So in theory it is likely There is the story of Bob Hope one of the most prolific joke riders of all time who kept all these jokes on the three by 5 index cards and had this massive catalog in collection of.
Results of 2nd autopsy to be given in Patrick Lyoya's death
"Lawyers lawyers lawyers lawyers today today today today plan plan plan plan to to to to release release release release the the the the results results results results from from from from an an an an independent independent independent independent autopsy autopsy autopsy autopsy performed performed performed performed on on on on an an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed unarmed man man man man fatally fatally fatally fatally shot shot shot shot by by by by a a a a policeman policeman policeman policeman in in in in grand grand grand grand rapids rapids rapids rapids Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month that that that was was was attorney attorney attorney Ben Ben Ben Crump Crump Crump last last last week week week denouncing denouncing denouncing another another another police police police shooting shooting shooting of of of an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed black black black motorist motorist motorist today today today the the the family's family's family's legal legal legal team team team plans plans plans to to to announce announce announce the the the results results results of of of a a a second second second autopsy autopsy autopsy performed performed performed on on on the the the body body body of of of Patrick Patrick Patrick Leah Leah Leah Leah Leah Leah a a a refugee refugee refugee from from from Congo Congo Congo fatally fatally fatally shot shot shot April April April fourth fourth fourth video video video from from from a a a bystander bystander bystander shows shows shows Lee Lee Lee oil oil oil was was was on on on the the the ground ground ground when when when he he he was was was shot shot shot in in in the the the head head head during during during a a a struggle struggle struggle with with with the the the officer officer officer who's who's who's heard heard heard demanding demanding demanding legal legal legal yet yet yet drop drop drop the the the officer's officer's officer's taser taser taser the the the official official official autopsy autopsy autopsy results results results haven't haven't haven't been been been released released released but but but prominent prominent prominent pathologist pathologist pathologist Dr Dr Dr Werner Werner Werner Spitz Spitz Spitz now now now I'm I'm I'm ninety ninety ninety five five five years years years old old old has has has conducted conducted conducted an an an independent independent independent autopsy autopsy autopsy I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn
Videos show Patrick Lyoya shot in head by Michigan officer
"Another another another another police police police police shooting shooting shooting shooting of of of of a a a a young young young young black black black black man man man man has has has has led led led led to to to to protests protests protests protests another another another senseless senseless senseless killing killing killing civil civil civil rights rights rights attorney attorney attorney Ben Ben Ben Crump Crump Crump who who who says says says a a a video video video released released released by by by police police police you you you see see see quote quote quote a a a police police police officer officer officer escalate escalate escalate a a a minor minor minor traffic traffic traffic stop stop stop into into into a a a deadly deadly deadly execution execution execution Patrick Patrick Patrick Leo Leo Leo yo yo yo was was was stopped stopped stopped for for for driving driving driving with with with a a a license license license plate plate plate that that that did did did not not not belong belong belong to to to his his his car car car the the the police police police video video video of of of the the the April April April for for for shooting shooting shooting was was was released released released yesterday yesterday yesterday the the the encounter encounter encounter ending ending ending when when when Leo Leo Leo you're you're you're was was was shot shot shot in in in the the the back back back of of of the the the head head head by by by a a a white white white Mr Mr Mr can can can police police police officer officer officer protesters protesters protesters were were were out out out in in in force force force in in in grand grand grand rapids rapids rapids last last last night night night we we we station station station WZZM WZZM WZZM on on on the the the scene scene scene news news news you you you can can can governor governor governor Gretchen Gretchen Gretchen Whitmer Whitmer Whitmer says says says Lee Lee Lee yeah yeah yeah I I I had had had two two two young young young daughters daughters daughters I'm I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Shelley Adler Adler Adler
Families file lawsuits over deadly Bronx fire that killed 17
"Families families families families who who who who lost lost lost lost loved loved loved loved ones ones ones ones in in in in a a a a Bronx Bronx Bronx Bronx fire fire fire fire that that that that killed killed killed killed seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen people people people people eight eight eight eight of of of of them them them them children children children children file file file file lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit attorney attorney attorney attorney Ben Ben Ben Ben Crump Crump Crump Crump says says says says they're they're they're they're suing suing suing suing building building building building owners owners owners owners alleging alleging alleging alleging safety safety safety safety violations violations violations violations including including including including self self self self closing closing closing closing doors doors doors doors that that that that stayed stayed stayed stayed open open open open letting letting letting letting smoke smoke smoke smoke filled filled filled filled the the the the building building building building people people people people couldn't couldn't couldn't couldn't skate skate skate skate so so so so literally literally literally literally they they they they died died died died from from from from their their their their lungs lungs lungs lungs filling filling filling filling up up up up with with with with smoke smoke smoke smoke a a a slow slow slow painful painful painful all all all for for for death death death president president president but but but too too too much much much on on on a a a says says says her her her sister sister sister was was was trying trying trying to to to save save save the the the family family family when when when she she she died died died we we we need need need justice justice justice for for for the the the families families families that that that lost lost lost lots lots lots of of of people people people as as as well well well as as as the the the other other other tenants tenants tenants in in in the the the building building building the the the lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit doesn't doesn't doesn't specify specify specify monetary monetary monetary damages damages damages fire fire fire officials officials officials say say say the the the January January January night night night blaze blaze blaze was was was started started started by by by a a a malfunctioning malfunctioning malfunctioning electric electric electric space space space heater heater heater Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker New New New York York York
Teen Girl Killed by Stray Bullet in Los Angeles Police Shooting
"14 year old girl was killed. Accidentally by the LAPD they responded to calls of a man with a gun beating a woman who apparently was a shopper. The man turned out not to have a gun. He was hitting her, however with a like, what do you call those things, mister McConnell, would you lock your bike up? And it's got like a lock on it, bike lock. Bike lock, and it was making a sound that sounded to people calling 9-1-1 like gunshots. So when the police arrived, they assumed that the suspect had a gun. But he was striking this woman. You saw blood on the floor of the department store. He looked like he was hitting her in the face. Brutally, so the police show up and they shoot him. One bullet hits the floor ricochets through the wall and kills a 14 year old girl in a dressing room. The family of the teen has already gotten a lawyer Ben crump who's become kind of the Johnny Cochran of today. And in an article by an art by news organization called news one, which is, I believe, a black publication. They refer to the shooting as reckless.
Arbery death trial dominated by race before it even begins
"Opening statements are slated today in the trial of three Georgia man accused of chasing and killing twenty five year old Ahmad armory last year all three defendants Gregory and Travis met Michael and neighbor William Ronnie Bryan who are white have pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in the February twenty twenty death of Ahmad armory who was black armory was jogging when he was chased by the father and son with Roddy Brian videotaping the incident which ended with armory fatally shot attorney Ben Crump is calling it outrageous that the jury consists of eleven white people and just one juror who is black even the judge Timothy Walmsley agreed with prosecutors the exclusion of so many other black potential jurors appeared to be intentional discrimination but he says Georgia law limited his ability to intervene I'm Jackie Quinn
"ben crump" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Fifty one and have been used for decades by scientists. We'll speak with civil rights attorney. Ben crump and henrietta lacks grandson. The ledge is here together today to let the world know we want out fam- family legacy bag plus we'll look at the life and legacy of civil rights icon fannie lou hamer the brain without yla dip in. We'll speak to historian key. Should blaine author of the new book. Until i am free. Fannie lou hamer's.
"ben crump" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Thousand nine hundred fifty one and have been used for decades by scientists. We'll speak with civil rights attorney. Ben crump and henrietta lacks grandson. The ledge is here together today to let the world know we want out fam- family legacy bag plus we'll look at the life and legacy of civil rights icon fannie lou hamer without yla dip in. We'll speak to historian key. Should blaine author of the new book. Until i am free. Fannie lou hamer's.
"ben crump" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Was a request for birthday. Shout out from martin. Edward which is easy for me to remember because my middle name is edward so i was like wait to myself mean. Yeah i do not. I do not see anything but a happy birthday edward news. I hope it's a good man. I mean email. Karen the the movie cameos in here. There's a movie. There's two cameos in here when ben crump the lawyer. He's the two people at end. Was ben crump. The lawyer to a lot of people that have died due to black violence. And recently including george floyd and the guy on the on trumpet was the dad from the hotel and soho karen who was attacking his son. Oh that guy. That guy is seen random though. Yeah yeah cool. I'm like i said in. The movie has good intentions. I those would have been great head. I think this movie had now see. You could have done that instead of having all these heavy messages in here we could have had just some cameos like that moment With a not so happy where maybe people ask about then brings up a discussion. That's cool what what you know. It's interesting because i brought this up with i now. I don't want to compare this movie to twenty twenty one. But you have all these filmmakers. Who have these very heavy handed methods. Even though these messages are important. It's like in that case then. Why not just be a documentarian like do it like that like. I think it'd be really interesting to do. A documentary on. Karen's it sounds ridiculous. But i think now not as ridiculous us movie but like. I think it'd be cool to talk about these these topics but also why these women or you know these people act this way like explore that interview them like what was their upbringing like. I think that would be an interesting subject to discuss in in showcase. Not so much but with here. Yeah yeah i agree with you. I mean it's a lot more interesting..
"ben crump" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Degrees in Monterey and 78 degrees in Santa Cruz. Time now is for a six This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles and I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington. One year ago, the Minneapolis Police Department put out a statement saying Man dies after medical incident during police interaction We now know that death was a murder. Former officer Derrick show even kneeled on the neck of George Floyd for more than nine minutes, and that killing sparked a global movement for racial justice. Ben Crump is the attorney who represents George Floyd's family and many other families of black people killed by police. And he joins us to discuss this anniversary. Welcome back to all things considered good to have you here. Thank you very much for having me, Ari. How are you thinking about this day this anniversary. Well. You look at the progress we've made, But you reflect how much progress we have yet to make. You think about all the black people were killed at the joint floor was tortured to death. Oh, may 25th 2020 And you scratch your head and you say I thought we have reached a tipping point in America. Finally, they would stop killing us unjustly. I think like any journey to justice. We've made progress. We took steps forward. Obviously there've been some back steps, but I think we're moving forward. Well, one of those steps forward was the conviction. Derrick Show Vin being found guilty of murder. I last spoke to you the morning after that verdict came down. Have you seen any ripples from that guilty verdict in the months since I have I have seen back and Andre Hill, who was killed in Columbus, Ohio. His case has moved forward, the attorney general Is very vigilant on making sure that they zealously prosecute that case now because I think In many ways, the Derrick Show Open trial re involved in the killing of George Ploy was a new precedent in Dre. Heels case. You also have another officer that Pierce The blue Wall of silence on no sense that conviction. The prosecutors in Houston for Pamela Turner, unarmed black woman who was Shot in the face and the chance and in the stomach and his own video that the prosecutors are now going was Ellis Lee and prosecuting that case, And yet for every one of the examples that you cite Where there is accountability. There's a case like Elizabeth City, North Carolina, where there will not be charges brought against police for fatally shooting a black man. Yeah, and that does you We have work to do because it Andrew Brown, who was driving away from the police, and they shot him in the back of the brain. Or, like Anthony McClane and Pasadena, California. Who was running away from the police literally ran out of his shield, and they shot him twice in the back, killing him or treatment. Pellerin and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who was shot in the back, or Jacob Black Junior could notion Wisconsin who was shot in the back, why going away seven times and paralyzed him or Dijon Kanzi? Was shot in the back, and Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy already Brooks, who was shot back all of these opposed George Ploy. All of these happened in 2020. So I guess the question is, Are we seeing one step forward two steps back, or we seeing two steps forward one step back, I think was here. Two steps forward one step back, because I do think that America is finally Having the conversation of a racial reckoning as it relates to police brutality on black people, and it's important to have the conversation. But talk is cheap. What we need is action, and that's why we need the United States Senate. Have passed it, George for Justice in policing that which will represent the first meaningful police reform legislation that we've had in America. And 57 years, President Biden wanted the George for Justice and Policing Act to pass in time for this anniversary that has not happened. Do you think there's still hope to pass this? Do. I have cautiously optimistic that we will get meaningful police reform and it has to be meaningful because George Lord's blood is on that legislation. Briana Taylor's blood is on that legislation. Jacob Break. Junior's blood is on that legislation and all the other names out name so it has to be meaningful and we didn't want to be a past. As Reverend Al. And I have often top justice State but a state we got a bill signed by his one year anniversary and then not have any substance to it. Reverend Al Sharpton. Yeah, I know. The Floyd family is meeting with the president of the White House tomorrow. What's their message for him? Where is real simple. They want to continue to define the legacy of Joyce Floyd, and they hope that he has a ally. We're joined them and defining that legacy so that it would be One a meaningful and respect but more importantly, that it could prevent Future unnecessary of justifiable and unconstitutional killings of black people in America. I'm just thinking of that long, long list of names that you gave us just a few minutes ago and the long history in this country of black people experiencing violence and death at the hands of police. And I wonder whether you think there is hope for a time that there are not any names on that list anymore. I mean, is that a reasonable hope? Absolutely. You know, there was a time in America where they say slavery would never end. We kept chipping away at it. There was a time in America where they say segregation would never had and we kept chipping away at it. And a lot of people say there never be a time in America, where black people will be treated equally and gently by police officers in America, but we keep chipping away at it. Every day. We can never lose hope for a better world for our Children. All the Children were be able to recite. With liberty and justice for all. No, that is means something that it's not just rhetoric. Attorney Ben Crump speaking with us on this anniversary of the death of George Floyd. Thank you very much. Thank you. All right. God bless you, brother. The European Union has called on all.
DA Calls Officer Killing of Andrew Brown Justified
"Relatives of Andrew Brown Jr are furious with the D. A's decision that the deputies is shot and killed them were justified in the shooting. They will not face charges. Body camera video shows heavily armed deputies sitting in the back of a police pickup truck, they pull up on Andrew Brown Jr to serve a drug related warrants. Look. Brown is behind the wheel of the blue sedan as deputies close in on him round, then backs the car up and turns to the left away from officers. Deputies opened fire. The car speeds away before crashing into a tree. That was CBS Is Jeff the gays Now the Brown family attorney, Ben Crump says he was trying to get away from armed officers at the time of the deadly shooting.
Columbus Reaches $10M Settlement for Family of Andre Hill
"The city of Columbus Ohio will pay a ten million dollar settlement to the family of a black man who was fatally shot by police in December forty seven year old entree kill was fatally shot just days before Christmas as he emerged from a friend's garage holding only a cellphone then officer Adam Corey who has since been fired and charged with murder was investigating a nonemergency complaint about a car in addition to the ten million dollar settlement Jim frequented by hill will be renamed in his honor attorney Ben Crump says the family is applauding city leadership for demonstrating that hill's life matters but the police department remains under scrutiny for other fatal shootings including last month's death of sixteen year old macarthur Bryant I'm Jackie Quinn
'Black America's Attorney General' Seems to Be Everywhere
"I'm Julie Walker some call him black America's Attorney General his lawyer Ben Crump and he's been very busy taking on the case is a black Americans killed by police the Florida attorney has become a powerful figure in the movement seeking equality and justice a civil rights activist al Sharpton you check the general for black America because people can go to hell what application crop represents the families of George Florida Brianna Taylor long before that there was Trayvon Martin and Michael brown he's one multi billion dollar settlements push to ban certain police tactics and last year just after Floyd's death he told a congressional committee on police reform we have right now part two systems of justice one for white Americans and another for black Americans probably earned about inequality at an early age describing that in elementary school he found out a white classmates weekly allowance was as much as what his mother made in a week working two jobs I'm Julie Walker
Families of Black Men Slain by Police Are Hopeful for Reform
"The families of some of the black men who've been killed by police say they're feeling optimistic about a national police reform bill after meeting with lawmakers at the White House they met with key lawmakers from both parties Chuck Schumer Cory Booker Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott who's the GOP point person on police reform attorney Ben Crump represents a number of grieving black families everybody is committed we are optimistic that as president Byron encouraged us to try to help this joys floor at past before may twenty fifth and why did they travel to Washington our family is blurred is on this legislation SO we want to make sure that is meaningful legislation the legislation would create national standards for policing in a bid to bolster accountability Jackie Quinn Washington
Sharpton Decries 'Stench of Racism' in Daunte Wright's Death
"Hundreds of mourners packed into a church in Minneapolis to remember Dante right a twenty year old black father shot by an officer during a traffic stop in Brooklyn center Minnesota the Minneapolis funeral for Dante Wright was held just two days after former police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd attorney Ben Crump represents both the Floyd and right families dot right during the eulogy the Reverend al Sharpton rebuked the possibility the right was pulled over for having air fresheners dangling from his mirror we tried to get the stench of police brutality out of the atmosphere Dante's mother Katie Wright told mourners she stayed up late worrying about what she would say about her son the roles should completely be reversed my phone should be buried me hi I'm Jennifer king
Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd
"Conviction of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. Murder and manslaughter charges. A jury took a little more than 10 hours to find Children guilty of second degree murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin. This was highly unusual. I mean, it's always clear to prosecutors that quick verdict of fact, fast verdict really hints at an agreement journey for George Floyd's family. Ben Crump, we framed this moment. For all of us, not just for George floor. This is a victory for those who championed humanity over inhumanity. President Biden says the conviction can be a giant step forward for the nation in the fight against systemic racism. He calls on the Senate to pass a police reform bill okay by the House and named for Floyd. So far it is deadlocked in the Senate. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening
Defense expert in George Floyd trial faces Maryland lawsuit
"I'm Julie Walker with closing arguments set to begin in the George Floyd case Monday the family's attorney says he's praying the former officer who held his knee on the black man's neck for over nine minutes is held criminally liable for his death separates attorney Ben Crump says a guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial could set a precedent for policing finally American America live up to his promise of liberty and justice for all and if he's found not guilty once again the American legal system has broken out heart club also represents the family of Dante right the black twenty year old shot and killed by an officer in a traffic stop we cannot condone this excessive use of force America we cannot condone this in humanity America the officer Kim potter resigned and is charged with manslaughter crime spoke on ABC's this week I'm Julie Walker
Former Police Supervisor Takes Stand in Chauvin Trial
"In minnesota. The former police supervisor of derek chauvin testified thursday there was no justification for the x. Minneapolis officer to keep his knee on the neck of george floyd for over nine minutes sergeant. David kluger was called by the prosecution in show murder trial based on your review of the body. Worn camera footage Do you have an opinion as to win. The restraint of mr flayed should have ended in this encounter. Yes what is when mr flavors. Logger offering up any resistance to the officers. They could've entered the train and that was after he was handcuffed on the ground and the longer resist prosecutors played a recording of a phone call. Chauvin made to sergeant plueger. After floyd's death in which chosen made no mention of pressing his knee into floyd's neck for over nine minutes paramedic. Dera smith testified. George floyd appear to be dead when the paramedic arrived on the scene with officer still pressing floyd to the pavement. Smith's partner testified he had to ask show fan to get off. George floyd snack or signal to him so the paramedics could check his vitals when they arrived. Also testifying thursday. Which george floyd girlfriend courtney. Ross who described how. The pair fell in love in two thousand seventeen after they met at a salvation army shelter. Where floyd worked as a security guard. Ross described their shared struggle with opioid addiction. Jovan defense is focused on floyd's past drug use in a bid to imply he died of an overdose. Not show vans knee. Floyd family attorney. Ben crump responded quote. Tens of thousands of americans struggle with self medication and abuse and are treated with dignity. Respect and support not brutality.
Video of Floyd arrest may appear early at ex-cop's trial
"I'm Julie Walker opening arguments are scheduled to begin today in the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death and it may not be long before a key piece of evidence is shown to jurors bystander video that caught Derek show opens neat on Floyd's neck prosecutors have not said when they plan to play the widely seen video where we hear Floyd say he can't breathe but legal experts say they expected to be early as part of an effort to remind jurors of what is at the heart of the case the key questions whether Chauvin cost Floyd's death and whether his actions were reasonable at a vigil last night Ben Crump an attorney for the family says the defense will try to claim it was trace amounts of drugs in his system all Julia merry twenty twenty cool the trial is expected to last about four weeks I'm Julie Walker
"ben crump" Discussed on AP News
"Coffee represents 3% of Honduras is gross domestic product. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute It's New Year's Eve. And because of the Corona virus pandemic, there are no big crowds in Times Square in New York, much to the chagrin of store. Owner Alley Jameel very, very different. Not quiet unity. She is dead. Said. We do business you now zero. He's hoping for better in 2021 we are dreaming for come back again. Like before. You know way hope so. President Trump is back early at the White House, he delivered an end of year message on Twitter in the face of great challenges. This year, American showed incredible grit, strength, tenacity and resolved. And together we achieved truly historic victories like nobody ever thought possible. The White House didn't give a reason for the president's early return, and the schedule change means he will miss the glitzy New Year's Eve party at his Florida club. Wall Street closed down a tumultuous year for stocks with more record highs. The pandemic shocked markets early in the year. I'm Ed Donahue. Happy news. I'm Ben Thomas. California has surpassed 25,000 deaths from Corona virus. AP correspondent Shelly Adler a search has swamped hospitals with covert 19 patients in Southern California and San Joaquin Valley hospitals or housing patients in hallways, conference rooms, a cafeteria and gift shops. The new strain of the virus that has shown up in the Golden State could make things worse. Dr Anthony Fauci was on NBC's Today show. Obviously, you have to take it very seriously are British colleagues have shown clearly that it is much more efficient and spreading. From person to person in Los Angeles County this week. There were 274 deaths in 24 hours due to covert 19. I'm Shelley Antler. The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell by 19,000 in the Labor Department's latest report, but the total 787,000 is nearly four times higher than a year ago. PNC Financial Services Group chief economist Joseph O'Shea says he expects 2021 to get off to a slow start. I don't think we'll see out right job losses but certainly much weaker than what we saw, you know, over the past, you know, let's say half a year or so. But I do think that by the spring things will be getting better that will have more people vaccinated. People will feel more comfortable going out in Columbus, Ohio. Some light has been shed on a deadly police shooting last week. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, the police Department in the city leadership. From the mayor's office made the responsible decision. To release all the body cam video of all the officers. The video shows two officers handcuffing Andre Hill after he was shot but offering no first aid. The officer who shot Hill has been fired and remains under investigation. This is AP News. The S and P 500. The Dow have ended 2020 Atmore record highs. The SNP rose 20200.6% on the day to 7 3055 and ended the year up 16%. Dow gained 196 points today, finishing at 30,006 05. And his Britain prepares to split from the European Union. The father of Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to be seeking closer ties with the U he's applying for French citizenship. AP correspondent Syria shackle. He has more Sally Johnson told broadcaster article that was in the process of reclaiming his French identity. Johnson says his mother was born in France article said Johnson's putting together a French citizenship requests. The elder Johnson is a former member of the European Parliament who backed remaining in the EU in Britain's 2016 membership referendum. He has since expressed support for his son as a prime minister led the U. K out of the block. Syria. Shockley, London and I'm Ben Thomas. AP News 80 NEWS. I'm Ed Donahue, Hospital worker in Wisconsin has been arrested accused of spoiling doses of the Corona virus vaccine. Pharmacist is accused of removing hundreds of doses from refrigeration. We became increasingly suspicious of the behavior of the individual in question. Dr Jeff Bharat Aurora Health Care medical group, said. The pharmacist has been fired. We're really not able to make any judgments on motive at this time. That's something that I'm sure will be looked at by the authorities that are now handling the investigation. The Moderna vaccine is viable for 12 hours outside refrigeration workers used the vaccine to inoculate 57 people. Before discarding the rest. Majorino has clarified there will be no harm or negative effect from having received the vaccines..
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"Going off a bit in Boston right now. At 4 30, We're down to 66 degrees a couple of clouds in the city. Nice breeze coming in from the Northeast. This portion of the news brought to us by window world of Boston. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. Here's what's happening. Former superintendent and medical director at the Holyoke Soldiers home now both facing criminal charges in the deaths of dozens of vets from Cove in 19 get details from W. B. C's Karen Regal to know that they died under the most horrific circumstances. Is truly shocking. Attorney General Mara Hilly announced. Bennett Walsh in Dr David Clinton are facing multiple charges of criminal neglect after two wards were combined allegedly with no regard to covert 19 status were alleging that Walsh and Clinton were ultimately responsible for a decision on March 27th that led to tragic and deadly results. 76 veterans died Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's news radio Now today, members of the Holy Oak Soldiers Home Coalition put out a statement in response to this, saying Today's announcement causes them to take a step back and reflect on what happened to their loved ones. They urged the state to move forward and make sure this never happens again to another veteran. They say they hope the state will build a new soldiers home and holy Ghost. Holyoke. Rather, that will be a lasting memorial to those who have died. For 31 in Kentucky today. The family attorney for Briana Taylor said the state's attorney general has to release the grand grand jury transcripts in her case, Ben Crump says people need to know if Taylor was in his words given a voice in the decision. Grand jury did not charge any of the officers involved in her death with murder. One officer was charged with wanton endangerment for firing into nearby homes. During the raid. Last night, demonstrators took to the streets again in Louisville. But ABC is Jim Ryan reports. There wasn't as much violence or there once and there weren't as many arrests. About two dozen people were taken into custody on Thursday into Friday, far fewer than the 127 arrested on Wednesday.
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"Briana Taylor's mom just reached a $12 million settlement with the city that includes police reforms. As you remember, Taylor was the young Mt. Shot seven times in her own home after police broke down the door with a no knock warrant. Ben Crump represents Taylor's family well, Most of America is dealing with the covert 19 pandemic. We're in black America, not only dealing with that pandemic, but we're also dealing with the pan that 16 19 pandemic. The pandemic that started 401 years ago when the first enslaved Africans came to America. And from that day to this one, we have been dealing with systematic racism and oppression. Taylor's death sparked months of protests in Louisville, the state's attorney general, is investigating. Police commanders in Rochester, New York, meanwhile, urged city officials to hold off on publicly releasing body camera footage of Daniel Prudes March suffocation death because they feared violent blowback if the video came out during nationwide protests over the police killing of George Floyd this, according to newly released emails, Deputy Chief Mark Simmons cited the current climate in the city and the nation in a June email advising the then police chief to press the city's lawyers to deny Good family lawyers. Public records request For that footage. The video finally made public by prudes family September, 4th shows prude, handcuffed and naked with a spit hood over his head as an officer pushes his face against the ground. While another officer presses a need to his back. The officers held him down for about two minutes until he stopped breathing. He was taken off life support a week later. The western New York City released the emails, Police reports and other documents. Yesterday is Mayor Lovely. Warren fired the police chief and suspended corporation counsel Tim Curtain and communications director Justin Roach without pay for 30 days amid continuing fallout from prudes death. 11 43. Misconduct among police and prosecutors. Ah, six year study of cases in which defendants sent to prison were exonerated is pointing the finger of the authorities evidence that could have cleared the defendant concealed perjury, witness tampering, faking crime securing false confessions. The National Registry of Exoneration Study of exonerations from 1989 to 2019. Found police committed misconduct in 34% of the wrongful convictions compared with prosecutorial misconduct. In 30% of the cases, 47% of the victims of misconduct in drug crimes were black defendants. Samuel Grow, senior editor of the National Registry of Exonerations, says his team researched individual cases that led to exoneration is going back 30 years He calls it the most comprehensive analysis of its kind. I'm Mike Rossia, Facebook and Twitter, a reprimanding a pro Donald Trump youth group accused of spreading false information. The posts appear to come from random people, saying mail in balloting will lead to fraud or saying that Corona virus figures are inflated on purpose. But the Washington Post reports that they're being coordinated by turning point. Yusa, the conservative youth organization based in Phoenix. Paper says the teenagers that took part were paid by turning point to crank out this fake news. Sports is next. It's 11 44. Here's Dan Schulman, president and chief executive officer at PayPal. On the discussion Prioritizing small business in economic recovery sponsored by papal. We worked hard with congressional leaders, by the way, have both sides of the aisle and agencies like the Treasury Department Small Business Administration..
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"Commended the family for how they're handling themselves during the ordeal. Blake was shot and paralyzed by police in Kenosha last month, leading to violent protests. In a statement on Twitter, Blake family attorney Ben Crump said the meeting between Harris and the family was inspirational and uplifting. A Boston man's now in police custody, accused of stabbing another person in the south and last night near Dartmouth and Boylston Street's Cirilo al Donna. Pied ideas allegedly allegedly had been antagonizing the victim as well as other people in the area throughout the day after the victim asked to be let alone the suspect stabbed him as he tried to close the door of his van. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital with non life threatening injuries. Saldanha pariah this now facing an assault and battery charge, a driver in Peabody hit three parked cars before crashing into an apartment building. W B Z T. V's Jim Smith tells us what went down. Well, A wild scene here in Peabody leaves the front door of this residential building badly damaged and now police. They're trying to piece it all together. That's pretty crazy. A cleanup crew hard at work Sunday night trying to repair atleast some of the damage after a vehicle went right into the front of this huge building at eight Crown in Shield Street in Peabody. Later, people living here showed up and could not believe what they were seeing when we stand in there, right in that inside that daughter check for packages and our mailboxes right there. Somebody could have been right there. Holy cow. One person was taken to the hospital. No word on their condition. Wild fires have burned more than two million acres in California this year, setting a state record. Even his crews battle dozens of growing blazes in sweltering temperatures today, and investigators now know what started it. All. The Eldorado wildfire.
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"2 people were killed and another wounded during a third night of unrest in Kenosha Wisconsin according to officials following last weekend's police shooting of a black man police are looking for an apparent vigilante seen on cellphone video opening fire with a rifle in the middle of the street just before midnight in an area where protests took place officials say they are aware of video circulating that contain gunfire like this one shot by journalist Julio Rosi's armed residents have been patrolling the streets telling protesters not to burn the city the protests are in response to the shooting at Jacob lake a black man seen on video walking away as police fire on him apparently while 3 of his children looked on his lawyer Ben Crump says the shooting left Blake paralyzed I'm Julie Walker
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"Hear them assembling. Benjamin Crump is the family attorney, Benjamin Crump has been hired to represent the family. Media from Chicago and Milwaukee because this happened in Kenosha. Many of the family members wearing facemasks Benjamin Crump, the attorney has just taken off his face mask and handed it to a family member. And now actually, he's stepping towards the microphones instructing the family we expect to hear from the family as well as Mr Crump. This's Benjamin Crump. Get out the known I'm attorney Ben Crump. Along with paternity. Patrick Sasabe. An attorney, Patrick savvy Julia. Attorneys be ivory Lamar. Attorney. Terror Divine An attorney, Patrick Cafferty. We have the honor of representing James Blake. And his family. James. Our Jacob Blake and his family. President with Gus is his family. It's father. Jacob Blake Sr. His mother. Julia Jackson. His brother. Large Black family unit. You all stand united. In prayer. Poor.
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"Brianna Taylor's mother is hoping to hear soon if officers in Louisville Kentucky involved in Taylor's death will be charged to make a Palmer says she is trying to be patient every day still March 13 that's the day police carrying a warrant burst into Taylor's home and shot her Pomerance civil rights attorney Ben Crump met with Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron she says this is much more than just Brianna Taylor and black lives matter it's about bridging the gaps between us and the police Palmer says the Attorney General told her he doesn't want to rush for me I'm trying to to accept that and be patient with that because I definitely want him to come out with the right answer I'm a Donahue
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"To get to fill the the casual racism of the left never ends they're testifying up on Capitol Hill about police research it's just a show I mean come on Ben Crump Ben Crump is the lawyer for the Floyd family he's up there testifying he was also the lawyer for Trayvon Martin's family there's also the lawyer for Michael brown's family he has kind of a string of high profile cases where there ended up getting no convictions I hope that's not the case here but isn't it isn't like one lawyer that handles these cases events you know the the memorial service al Sharpton was there never met George Floyd but al Sharpton was at least two of the more as it might have attended all three and why there are no other pastor anywhere anybody who actually knew George Floyd this is when you lose me you bring in al Sharpton when you bring in the usual cast of characters that tells me that there's something else at play and I know how the sharp didn't machine works I've seen it first hand from people who have paid Sharpton for protest letters warning companies the companies hire these firms and they all work together against each other and if you want to get sharp in the going rate for a letter was I believe it was fifty thousand dollars then if you wanted him to show up in protest it was yeah it was twice that it was a mess it's it's a game he's getting rich off of this well the Floyd family eventually see money yeah they will and Ben crumple get a nice chunk of that whether or not there's a conviction there wasn't a conviction in the Trayvon Martin case if you sued George Zimmerman he doesn't have anything so you're not gonna win any money there but you know publicidad get from that is immeasurable al Sharpton is all on TV and people who and national action network let's look that up and all I must contribute to the cause I'm so woke and there you go that's how he gets his pay do you really honestly believe that al Sharpton is losing sleep over this al Sharpton's started a riot that killed people he not lost sleep over that he sure as heck not gonna lose sleep over money let's go back to the phones aren't in Pasadena you've been very patient thank you for waiting or not let's try Linda in Towson are you there Linda Linda no I want to play a cut from hello Hey art sorry and okay well reshaped you're waiting it's a good idea and I got I got a problem here with these guys be funding the police you're not alone a lot of people your question I don't know I'm just a dumb farmer from South Jersey you know come from the farming district in South Jersey been here forty years our family been here three hundred but when they take the blues away their jobs are only becomes one overall at that point in time and as the constitution no you don't understand or they will send in social workers to Palestinians in the situation of making my community safe informing the police department years ago and and and the president is that they were going to look after the interests of the public now if they'd be fun if they take the police to raid if they started another program where they can't guarantee security in my home to my family they have eliminated forty years of gun advocate didn't go on gun control it is absolutely nothing at that point in time and we'll never win in court yeah well that's that's how the left works they disarm you and then they tell you that they're going to provide for you they take your job they ruin your job and then they tell you they're going to provide for you they want the government to be the parents to right everybody will resort right back to the exude to the original constitution protect your family protect you your property and protect yourself and when everybody's carrying a handgun I guarantee you want to talk about you want to talk about a problem as soon as they walk in somebody's brother at that point in time you don't call the police and the longer you shoot him right as you should there is some reason vacating your home if somebody's breaking into your home you have every right to do that I appreciate the call art it's a call for more in our key because more problems and more situations like that then will call for more government actions to the government the left has this amazing ability to make an S. insane argument and have some people believe it you know big government has failed us therefore we need bigger government the key issue there's a disconnect there what the real solution to the failure of big government is bigger government and most people look at an angle that doesn't really make any sense here us lifelong smoker and you've got lung cancer so the cure the treatment I recommend for you is is that you smoke more doesn't make any sense but they don't need to make sense we need to make an emotional appeal and that's a government will protect you yeah everybody in times of of of trauma they look for help they look for protection they want security and Democrats are they're offering it never minding the fact that they sort of helped create the problem in the first place against Democrat run city Democrat run state Democrat Attorney General Democrats everywhere around there there isn't a Republican in the time zone but well boy Howdy it's those Republicans fault and will protect you from Republicans do you see that a lot of times in the city we're going to keep doing the same thing well Hey is anybody really look at the the last twenty thirty forty years of Baltimore and go well what we really need is more of this now come in said we're gonna give you a new direction a new progressive direction we're gonna we're gonna move level of the whole field of candidates who just ran for mayor we're all pretty much offering the same thing which is what we've been offered and what we've had for a couple of generations now but when you know that there is no alternative why why bother even trying what we need is more of the same what will really get us out of this hole we dug ourselves into is a bigger shovel well that doesn't make any sense but there's no possibility on the face of the earth that anybody other than a Democrat is going to win this way here and then it was Brandon Scott has won the democratic primary that pretty much means he's gonna be the mayor we've just got to go through the formalities of a campaign why is there going to be a campaign why is he going to raise money why is he going to run ads and all of this and and have massive fundraisers because you can because you can we just had a mare kinda get into trouble for that she didn't really need to campaign all that hard but she wanted to sell some healthy holy books and that was the perfect cover if you'd know Brandon Scott isn't gonna write you know healthy Holly part two what he'll do is he'll have fundraisers and committees to do this that and the other thing and even though it's a foregone conclusion that he's going to be the next mayor at this point he can still raise all this money and maybe has aspirations beyond the city of Baltimore or just wants to be a power broker inside the city of Baltimore inside the state of Maryland that takes money so you milk the machine and you well aid fundraise this and fundraise that and he can sort of spend that money to raise his own power and visibility within the state it is with great insight and there's the same reason someone like Maxine waters someone like a Jerry Nadler New didn't pick any Republican you want to where they're going to win with eighty percent of the vote they still raise money why because they care let's grab the cake in private what do you what's the point of being a member of Congress Maxine waters will get seventy percent of the.
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"New details have emerged about the life and death of George Floyd in Minneapolis the full autopsy report reveals George Floyd not only died after being restrained by Minneapolis police officers who've now been charged he also had tested positive in early April 4 cove it 19 but that his lungs appeared healthy the county medical examiner concluded Floyd had a heart attack while being restrained by officers but the family's attorney Ben Crump says an independent autopsy found speaks here due to neck and back from Prussian we absolutely believe that he was torture in the last 8 minutes and 46 seconds of his life we've also learned Floyd had a grown son who visited the Minneapolis St where his father had cried out I can't breathe we want justice for what's going on right now the mother of Floyd 6 year old daughter is battling a civil lawsuit against the police hi Jackie Quinn
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"And we will see justice for him and for you and we will find family attorney Ben Crump says there's also a civil rights investigation we absolutely believe that he was torture in the last eight minutes and forty six seconds of his life in the San Francisco area police say the suspected looter believed to be armed with a gun was shot and killed by police but the young man actually was holding a hammer some municipalities are looking at ways to implement criminal justice reform and some painful historic markers are coming down in some places are Mike Russ here reports Virginia's democratic governor Ralph Northam is prepared to announce Thursday plans to remove a statue to Confederate general Robert E. Lee from state property on Richmond's monument Avenue a Confederate statues also being removed from Rocky Mount North Carolina health officials in Arizona Utah and South Carolina say they're seeing spikes in corona virus cases now that restrictions have been lifted Thursday casinos in Las Vegas are set to reopen their doors a new study on high drop the clerk when says it's not effective in preventing covert nineteen we're learning that the White House doctors meanwhile carefully monitored president trump when he was taking the anti malaria drug stocks stored today on better than expected job news the Dow gained five hundred twenty seven points this is APNews researchers at Harvard University School of public health say they're concerned that there will be a spike in corona virus cases after close contacts during the protests that have been held across the country researcher William handed says especially because few people were wearing masks there are likely to be slightly unpredictable flare ups following these protests as I say it's not gonna be clear whether they protest or through other things which are connected with it traveling to it interested time to someone and you know I think that there's no question that there will be a constant legislation to add new flexibility to a corona virus relief program for small businesses is on its way to the White House for the president's signature it would give business owners more flexibility to use taxpayer subsidies and extend the life of the program as the economy faces record joblessness hi Jackie Quinn APNews hi Mike Rossi a reporting Virginia's governor wants to take down an iconic Confederate monument Virginia's democratic governor Ralph Northam is prepared to announce Thursday plans to remove a statue to Confederate general Robert E. Lee from state property on Richmond's monument Avenue that's according to a senior administration official who spoke on condition of anonymity to the Associated Press momentum has been building to take down Confederate monuments amid the nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd a black man who was being detained by police in Minneapolis the movement began in twenty fifteen after a white supremacist gunned down nine black people at a church Bible study in South Carolina I'm Mike Rossi hi Mike Rossi a reporting Virginia's governor is to announce the removal of a statue of the confederacy's top general Virginia governor Ralph Northam is set to announce plans to take down one of the nation's most iconic and the visit of monuments to the confederacy a senior northern administration official tells the Associated Press the governor is expected to announce Thursday a statue of general Robert E. Lee will be removed from state land on Richmond's prominent money and Avenue or the will direct the statue be put in storage while input is sought on a new location on Wednesday Richmond mayor levar Stoney announced he plans to seek the removal of statues of Confederate president Jefferson Davis and Confederate general Stonewall Jackson and Jeb Stuart which are on city land on monument Avenue I might cross yeah thank.
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"In some front page news. Where we start you. Yesterday! There was a march for George Floyd and just say you know George plays. Go find me raise more than ten million dollars in five days so that go fund me is being managed by attorney. Ben Crump, and they were seeking to raise one point five million, but they've raised more than ten million dollars in five days, so that's. Yeah to his children to mental in grief counseling to cover funeral and burial expenses although they did accept floyd. Mayweather offered to pay for the funeral. So that's going to cover all of those things to assist the family as they are also seeking justice for George Floyd. Now thank. Minneapolis not to pay money to a lot of money, too. I mean the money doesn't bring a dad bag, but at least it pays a lot of the stuff that the dad was going to do for them. I'm sure for schooling to everything. And they go need their. Lifetime therapy in grief cops real. Now there'll be memorial services for George. Floyd, taking place in at North. Central University in Minneapolis that's going to be happening tomorrow, Saturday, there's a public viewing memorial that will take place on Monday a memorial take place in Houston, at the Fountain of Praise Church Now George Floyd's door gee-gee. She's six years old and this video just really makes you. Want shut its hair. If you didn't shed a tear when you first wasted in here, she is, she is actually sitting on Stephen Jackson shoulders and here's what she.
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"In the Minneapolis civil rights attorney Ben Crump announced at a private autopsy on Floyd show that he died of a sixty Asian he an expert hired by the family pushed back on a county autopsy that's an underlying health conditions and possible in toxins contributed to Floyd's death instead they said insisting pressure on Floyd's neck and back by all four responding officers are what killed him the scar tissue of George Flores def will be permanent scar tissue all the sub conscious of America and the Minneapolis police chief said the three officers who watch Floyd killing were quote complicit but they have not been arrested or charged in his death for the PBS newshour I'm young Southend or later the medical examiner in Minneapolis officially ruled floor George Ford's death a homicide also today the police chief of Louisville Kentucky was fired a month before he retires after officers who reported to him killed a black man early today and failed to record body cam footage a black woman was killed by Louisville police in March in an incident that is still under investigation as you saw in your measures report outrage and protests have erupted in cities across the country on the device takes a closer look Judy that's right with started in Minneapolis last week spread to dozens of cities this weekend and thousands of protesters were arrested we've got reporters across the country joining us now PBS.