17 Burst results for "Bernallio County"

"bernalillo county" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"And we are Santa Fe say Fred before we get to to the campaign just recieved in this is pertinent to what we're gonna talk about just received from the state from the department of health and governor's office the latest cove in nineteen numbers and people think this is all done and they're getting tired of it is like let's get back to business here are nothing to worry about here we have one hundred and twelve additional cove in nineteen cases and eight additional deaths were over a ten thousand ten thousand two hundred sixty we have four new cases in Santa Fe county we still have a lot of cases in McKinley county San Juan county Bernalillo county and four new cases in Santa Fe county and four new deaths over ten thousand cases now ten thousand two hundred and sixty Fred good afternoon Hey how are you I'm okay how are you still pretty well thanks you know the weather's pretty beautiful it's too bad we can't just run amok like we'd like to yeah tell me about it I mean tomorrow three forty three tomorrow afternoon we go in the summertime but you know it usually would be like Hey summertime you know let's go crazy but we don't it doesn't feel like that doesn't now it really doesn't it's it's quite different and I think you know its it's just kind of foreign you know we've we've in Santa Fe we look forward to you know these great ideas of the restaurants we look forward to the summer events and no look no look this year for their events anyway the restaurants are you know they're open and they're they're doing the best all right tell us what the we are Santa Fe safe campaign is all about well we are Santa Fe say was an idea that bread from a conversation with several business owners here in Santa Fe all looking for direction and help and ideas on how to open what made sense to follow the governor's guidelines but at the same point we ate enough of a structure that your staff and your customers would want to come back to work and so the idea was for the campaign that this be an employee centered campaign that the businesses should focus on what the employees need to feel in order to come back to work what makes them feel safe and that in turn would tell the community the public that business is doing a good job and if its employees feel good that I should feel good about supporting them and that's that's the the gist of kind of what the corps was in and it's grown into.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"First the taser for the gun and that is what Albuquerque police are trying to determine after the department's latest officer involved shooting police say officers tonight shot a man with a gun outside his home a man who may have been drunk Albuquerque police officers pull up on a violent suspect and opening fire on him within seconds a total of twenty two people were shot and killed by Albuquerque police over the course of just three years and carries office which is in charge of holding police officers accountable have not prosecuted a single one in fact Kerry had never prosecuted an officer in all her time in office we did not proceed against any officer on an officer involved shooting because we did not feel we had probable cause the legal standard that we needed to go forward with the prosecution but by the start of Kerry's fourth run as district attorney a local reporter exposed a huge crack in the system I think I started to rob port on on the grand juries in twenty twelve Jeff proctor is a journalist who's been covering the criminal justice system in Albuquerque for the past fifteen years what the DA's office was doing around that time when I really started to focus on this issue they would take that police investigation and to the best of the public's knowledge they would present it to a grand jury now this is where it gets tricky in a regular shooting in Bernalillo county the district attorney decides whether they have probable cause to prosecute that person and then the case goes to a grand jury but when it came to police shooting there was a different system.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Right forty seven minutes after three o'clock and his team in that special I just got an email the chairman of the state Republican Party wants to be on next week just be careful join is on Wednesday at two o'clock his date his K. state the Republican party's case for why we should not have mail in election that is special right governor's office released these numbers a little while ago there are now over four hundred and ninety five confirmed positive cases a cove in nineteen in New Mexico four hundred and ninety five is the correct number there are thirty nine new cases in Bernalillo county second day in a row two days in a row no new cases in Santa Fe county ninety two additional put a positive test since yesterday ninety two thirty nine Amberley county twenty six in Sandoval county those are by far the the biggest numbers nine in San Juan county and there are three additional fatalities a man in his nineties and burly county who passed had underlying medical conditions a male in his eighties and we're only up county a male in his seventies and Sandoval county men are much more susceptible to covet nineteen four hundred and ninety five now confirmed cases in New Mexico and that would be an additional ninety two cases since yesterday I'll take a break we'll come back and I believe what we're gonna do what I'm gonna do anyway.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Our end on FM you can jump in there. And you can talk about whatever you want with our other listeners some of whom are libertarians some of whom aren't it's an open, forum for chat and. It's free and it's there around the clock discord dot dot FM we were talking with David in New Mexico who is telling about we're talking about kind of police people who are in impersonating the police and the, fear that some Legitimately. Have when it's one thing? You're getting pulled over by an, actual cop who might beat. You, within, an, inch, of your life, and, then, there's. Also the concern that you. Might be getting pulled over by somebody who's not a cop who might do who, knows what to you so you're, telling, us a story about when you were getting pulled. Over in an area in which had you pulled over immediately. You would have been alone with this person who you weren't sure if it was an actual. Cop so you dialed up, nine one one and connected to a dispatcher and can continue driving onto an area that you said was, at least a mile. Or so away that you knew would be more populated would be like a lighted parking lot potentially some people around to witness tell us more about that situation please Yeah I knew. There was a twenty four hour gas station that would be there would be people looking right up the window watching the whole thing and it would. Be all lip and there was literally no, nothing else that was lighted or populated between her you remember this whole two miles remember that this guy on my tail was able to clearly see my license plate and get all kinds of. Information about me driving in a nice normal manner and I was on the phone with the dispatcher and she was trying to find the sky and. Having a problem doing it I find out later in the news after the fact that the the the Albuquerque police department and. The bernalillo county sheriff's department that work the same territory the dispatcher their systems were not in this. In this half century into the space age that we are their communication system were such that there was not a real good connection between what the sheriffs were doing and what they what a PD was doing and when you called and got, a dispatcher I happen to get, the one that worked for APD. And She basically was incommunicado with the sheriff's department and Was. Was on my tail and. So I get down I get to that gas I get to that. Gas station and I pull in the parking lot, and just as I pull in the parking lot the cavalry, arrives from every direction comes a sheriff's department unit and they all, they surround me and, jump out of their cars like four of them and they all. Pull their guns out and point them at me and Right He didn't do fast enough. Mark? Right that's what it comes down. To, yeah let's let's also remember that the official policy that if some young woman feels the in. Jeopardy, Yup that she has the right to do exactly what I was. Doing that's. True, yes And of course as a as a mayo I don't. Count? Young women have the right to. Do, this and are encouraged to do that if they feel uneasy departments will often say things like. This, when right after there's been an incident of a police officer demanding. A beach. For You know pulling some gal over whatever right so they're pointing their guns that..

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"On apple podcasts ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio time is five eleven a strange twist to last week's triple murder near dixon new mexico state police have arrested ezekiel martinez and his father robert martinez for allegedly burglarizing the home where the murders occurred ezekiel is a brother and robert is the father of one of the murder victims abraham martinez state police say video shows the two stealing atoms from the home and off the dead bodies afterwards ezekiel martinez calls state police to report the murders police said there's no reason to believe either of the men had involvement in homicides do people have been arrested and charged with killing the three victims and appearance at a baseball game in albuquerque is sparking a controversy the bernalillo county da 's office is asking the district court in albuquerque to clarify the conditions of release for justin hanson that after he was spotted attending an isotopes baseball game last weekend hanson could get eighteen years in prison when he's sentenced later this year for the brutal beating of brittany marcel in two thousand eight da spokesman michael patrick says allowing hanson to attend a baseball game is completely unacceptable larry mullen break news radio kk ob the albuquerque public school board estimated has proposed budget for the next fiscal year aps says the one point three five billion dollar budget includes raises of at least two and a half percent for teachers and two percent raises rather district employee's it's the first race for teachers in the district since two thousand thirteen when they get a one percent increase nearly seven hundred million dollars at the budget is for operational expenses most of which comes from the state department of public education must sign off on the proposed budget i'm ed hartley on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b stay with us rush is next you're on newsradio you've reached the high fashion hotline high the.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Good evening i'm mike gaba and this is gail be first news as brandon said we have your latest election results let's start off with land commissioner for the democrats garcia richard leads with thirty nine percent of the vote in regards to the lieutenant governor position on the democrat side howie morales with forty nine percent of that vote new mexico house district forty three for the democrats is led with christine chandler and fifty one percent new mexico house district twenty two greg schmitz with seventy two percent new mexico house district forty six for the democrats carl trujillo with fifty four percent of the vote new mexico house district forty one for the democrats is led with susan head up with fifty four percent new mexico house district thirty three the democrats michaela cavanna with fifty four percent new mexico house district forty four the democrats joseph sanchez with fifty nine percent of the vote new mexico house district twenty four four republicans trae morris leads with sixty one percent new mexico house district thirty four for the democrats led with raimondo lara with fifty four percent new mexico house district twenty seven for the democrats william pratt with fifty two percent and new mexico house district fifty two for the democrats doting goes with seventy nine percent new mexico house district thirteen for the democrats but the resale roy abell cover gyro with forty eight percent the public regulation commission district four for the democrats lynda lovejoy with thirty five percent very close close to argue with thirty four percent public regulation commission district to republicans jefferson l bird with fifty six percent of that vote bernallio county sheriff democrat manuel kansallis with forty seven percent of that vote and the sun duval county assessor for the republicans christie l humphry with forty eight percent while on the flipside son of all county assessor for the democrats linda p guy goes with sixty one percent all county sheriff for the republican side darrell k elder with sixty four percent and sandoval county sheriff democrat jesse james casaus with forty two percent in regards to your other news the bernalillo county district.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Of political ads the cost how they pay for it and the candidate or ballot measure at issue all of that must be available to the public upon request ferguson says both facebook and google or not complying even though there's been nearly five billion dollar spending the state to advertise politically on those platforms in the past decade i'm joe ramsey i'm ed hartley and judith jenkins on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b rush limbaugh is next at ten you cannot escape the crap on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o v the polls are open here in new mexico and they will be until seven o'clock tonight i'm bob clark it's our first primary here in new mexico since the major ruling from the new mexico state supreme court in february of two thousand seventeen that indeed our states closed primary system is constitutional and not overly burdensome however the state supreme court made it clear the state legislature can always pass a bill to change that it doesn't preclude the state legislature or the governor from finding a way to change the system and in fact our secretary of state magnitude lasagna her when she was with the wish she was the bernalillo county bernallio county clerk she actually was opposed to the open primary system but now she's supports moving toward in an op ed in the santa fe new mexican yesterday because basically the way the numbers look right now one in four almost one out of every four registered voters in new mexico not eligible to vote in the primary 'cause they're not democrats republicans and in this case this year not registered libertarians so she wrote i support a modified open primary model that would allow independent and minor party voters to choose one major political parties ballot to mark in the primary election democrats would still vote in the primary democratic primary republicans in the republican primary and then libertarians in this case the sheer vote the libertarian primary the only change every independent or minor party voter which use one primary major party ballot the cast and under the definitions this comes under the category of a semi closed primary in twelve states have a system like that right now alaska arizona colorado iowa kansas massachusetts new hampshire north carolina rhode island utah and west virginia wouldn't be a wide open primary where.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Voted early court burnley oh county the most populous county over thirty three thousand people already voted look at bernalillo county that has been trending blue democrat look at the mayor oral action where democrats turned out more than republicans devote early which is and of against the norm usually republican voter really burnley early voting of course they have big elections tomorrow as well especially congressional district number one burleigh county thirty three thousand one hundred and ninety nine have voted early of those voting early democrats thirty three thousand ends a total remember that number thirty three thousand democrats voting nearly twenty nine thousand six hundred republicans nine thousand libertarians one hundred and eighteen catcher malady it's of interesting catcher in county cavan county is a cool county total population a kendrick counties like four thousand people extremely rural lottery ranchers lot of beautiful country two hundred sixty two republican voted early and catching county seventy two democrats all right closer to home los alamos early voting democrats fourteen hundred republican five hundred libertarians thirteen fifteen people fourteen hundred democrats voted early so it's it's really turned around us to be republicans would vote early democrats would wait until election day los alamos county fourteen hundred democrats voted early in person or absentee fourteen hundred five hundred rs rio arriba county espanola area i like us early voting and rear reba county which in his saturday democrats twenty nine hundred and twenty five republicans one hundred and fifty enclose twenty nine hundred democrats one hundred fifty republicans libertarians did well three libertarians three zero three total libertarians i don't libertarians maybe they just all wait until election i don't know i thought there was more of you i thought there's more of them how many democrats voted early in santa fe county nine thousand five hundred and twenty eight one tenth of that less than a tenth republicans ninety five hundred twenty eight democrats nine hundred and twentyfive period republicans and seventeen libertarians ninety five hundred democrats all right last one towse twenty five hundred almost exactly twenty five hundred democrats voted early and towels county libertarians eight republicans one hundred fifty five entails county so by far early voting totals favor democrats by a bazillion or more santa fe police department are still advising to avoid the areas of rodeo.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"In prison for his role in a drug trafficking ring cavazos and his co defendants were accused of distributing marijuana in new mexico and around the country between two thousand eight and two thousand fifteen his wife lindsay has also entered a guilty plea to charges that include money laundering a half dozen others have pled not guilty and are awaiting trial and an arizona man gets ten years in prison for smuggling drugs across the border in southern new mexico thirtysixyearold has seuss kiddos was arrested in september of two thousand sixteen at the new mexico port of entry near lord's berg federal prosecutors say that he had one hundred and forty eight pounds of cocaine and more than ten pounds of the powerful painkiller fenton hill and his truck at the time of his arrest kiddos was on probation for state cocaine trafficking convicts nations in arizona and a man denied entry to a knob hill bar in albuquerque ends up facing charges twenty two year old a larger deloche was seen by workers in the bar drinking outside of the establishment they would not let him in and enter the bar and to low scott angry police say he threatened to get a gun and he then came back to the bar at closing time and fired shots nearly hitting two employees deloche is now in jail charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and other offenses and the downtown albuquerque business that sells point of sales software for restaurants is moving love who is currently located at first and central but it needs more space so it's moving to the plaza building nearby just south of civic plaza the startup company is getting a two hundred and seventy thousand dollar grant from the local economic development act the grant funding was approved by the bernalillo county commission this week thank you for joining us i'm mike gabel on.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Trout from your breaking news station i'm judith jenkins along with that hartley at the new mexico honda dealers news desk bernalillo county sheriff's deputies are investigating what they believe was a murder suicide in cedar crest yesterday or at sometime it happened at a home in the area of north highway fourteen and penny lane sometime before five pm the time the deputies were sent to that home now they were sent there in reference to a murder suicide they found a man and woman did inside the home when they arrived a twelve year old girl is fighting to survive at albuquerque hospital after a hit being hit around five o'clock thursday afternoon on louisiana near montgomery police say the girl was crushing louisiana in the crosswalk at cleveland middle school there were no flashing lights because the crash occurred after school hours she was hit by two thousand fifteen at gmc suv in suffered severe injuries she's listed in critical condition police say alcohol is not a factor in the crash was their speed was involved still has to be determined the public education department rejecting a plan by albuquerque public schools to turn around three of its worst performing schools late last year the state said that whittier hawthorne and los padeas elementary schools needed more rigorous intervention after getting f grades for five or six consecutive years aps had proposed that the schools be redesigned or restructured but the education department said those plans weren't good enough aps now has until april the eleventh to come up with another proposal earlier county sheriff's deputies say the shooting of a fifteen year old at gun club in cores this past tuesday was a road rage incident that's the conclusion of detectives responded to the.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The officers and the buoyed shooting it didn't necessarily get reopened but they the albuquerque police department choke this big box full of stuff from from this investigation they'd conducted and they drove it up to the state attorney general's office they set the box on a conference room table in the agee's office and didn't tell anybody than it was there and this was over the thanksgiving weekend so the attorney general's folks discovered the box the following monday or tuesday when they got back to the office meanwhile the city of albuquerque gave the case file to the albuquerque journal and the albuquerque journal wrote a story before the attorney general had even seeing the file saying that carry brandenburg was a suspect the day after the story broke carry decided to hold a press conference at her attorney's office i was very clear and saying i did not do anything and i would not do anything that was criminal auriol legal board use my position is district attorney in any way whatsoever and i never would have done anything that would absolve my son of of responsibility for his actions and then one reporter asked here we you're pro vein of police she woman before i finish if it did that the usual and i will continue to to do my ta i was even more determined to press on in and do what i thought was the right thing in regard to the port case a month later carry finally filed criminal charges against the two officers who shot james buoyed but if she thought it was going to be business as usual it certainly was not the following day there was another officer involves shooting involving albuquerque police department to officers shot and killed a man during a foot chase and when carries chief deputy showed up on the scene like they always do she was asked to leave in my chief called me up and say carry were getting kicked off carey told her to sit tight she got on the phone with the city attorney and other officials when they basically said we don't want you here you're preceding on the court case than we think that free all sorts of issues i said we have to lift our responsibility to be there the very next day city officials may themselves even clear.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Decision to decide the you for you it was yes it what it was very very difficult it was probably one of the most difficult decisions you know i had to make is district attorney out thou why well we knew the police department wasn't going to be happy there is no question about that but we had to do what we felt like we had to do carry talk to the defense attorney for the two officers who shot james boyd and told them she planned to bring criminal charges against them and his responses that's what i figured but before carry could even carry out that decision she got a knock on our door one friday morning rpi yo public information officer came into my office and she's the carry i got an email from a reporter from the albuquerque journal and he wants to now do you have any comment about being a suspect in a case involving your son john kerry send justin was charge for burglarizing to homes a year and a half before at the time carry had talked to the victims and encourage them to report the crime but now the police department was claiming that carry had tried to bribe these victims so they wouldn't reporters sent to the police i couldn't get my head around eight how can you tell to people to go to the police vineyard near then your suspect in bribing them i i don't even authors words for how i felt i was shocked and it just came out of nowhere two days later the albuquerque journal broke the story which obviously called my integrity and honesty into question i wasn't feeling good i never thought i would be in a situation where i was a suspect in a criminal case even two months since carry told the police she was going to prosecute the two officers who shot james buoyed and now she found herself the target of an investigation by the same police department one reporter jeff proctor duck further into the story he learned that the police department had opened this investigation and to carry the year before but lacking any solid evidence they had closed it and around the time that she started to make noise about charging.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Up on scene they put into place this haphazard plan to take him into custody they threw a flashbang sex sector dolled on him tried to shoot him with a taser shock on which didn't work you have no arm and then two officers fatally shot him as he was turning away from them oh and it was at that time one of the clearest looks in american history from an officer's perspective at a fatal police shooting the entire incident was captured on the helmet camera of one of the officers who shot james boyd a week later the albuquerque police department released the video and it's a very difficult video to watch it it's a man being killed on video that zone from a human perspective it's it's brutal i remember seeing a video over it over and over as probably know millions of other people i did not see why it was necessary to shoot him at the time that they shot i didn't understand that now i can tell you as a as a prosecutor as dna lino we don't have the luxury of looking at that tape of the shooting in jumping to conclusions it's so i want more information it would take the albuquerque police department six to turn over its report of the james buoyed shooting to the district attorney's office once carry had it in her hands it took her one month to decide what to do we felt like we have probable cause and there was enough question and that we needed to prove seat by way of preliminary hearing and allow a judge to look at everything and decide whether or not to move the case forward to trial entered there for the first time that you're deciding to file murder charges against trafficers yes what would different about the boy cave we'll for one we had a video of it that showed the actual shooting and it was very clear we have probable cause nina we had evidence that would meet that legal standard we told the community win we had probable cause we would go forward or at a heart.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 4 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Late sent it made sense yes it would be very wrong for us to attempt to indict a police officer i'm just because the public wants one or the media what's one and for you mentioned re and curious about you what would i say we i always say we it talking about the office and we had a number of people weighing in i had three chief deputies and and myself ultimately you know i am responsible if anything goes wrong i'm the one that that he be held account of all not long after the investigative grand juries were exposed a district judge went to carry and said you can't do this anymore you don't have a legal authority to use our grand juries in this fashion and ultimately the practice was stopped by now all eyes run albuquerque the department of justice was in town investigating the police department for use of excessive force me and for months carry sat on a backlog of police shooting cases as your office scrambled to come up with the better practice for holding police officers accountable there was a fair amount of outrage among a growing group of family members of of people who had been shot by the police and others in the community who went regularly to city council meetings and there would be you know thirty forty fifty sixty people in a row oh sidat for public comment all basically saying the same thing something needs to change with our police department but i would say that it really exploded after the release of the video recording of two officers shooting a homeless were named james boy the police shooting of james buoyed set off a series of events that would leave noone untouched including carry brandenburg on a sunny day in march of 2014 james boy with campion up in the foothills of east albuquerque a neighbor called the police to report that james buoyed without there illegally maki noise and threatening a dog to officers showed up are we going would come out bubble could you um they abandoned the effort to try to reason with mr buoyed homeless deeply mentally ill man who had two small pocket knives with them welcome tonight robert knepper might not what the night and ultimately about twenty officers showed.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They would presented to a grand jury now this is where he gets tricky in irregular shooting in burn aleo county the district attorney decides whether they have probable cause to prosecute that person's and then that case goes to a grand jury though when he came to police shooting there was a different system in place entirely instead of carries offeth making the tough call in house of whether or not to charge an officer with the crying she handed that decision over twelve percent panel called an investigative grand jerry and this has been the process from the 1980s and when i came into office i followed that process and because i thought it was better to have twelve people make that decision that didn't have a dog in the fight so to speak then the district attorney we thought that was a traditional grand jury where they were considering whether or not to charge the police officer and what we came to learn was there but those grand juries could not have the power or authority to indict a police officer for an onduty shooting even if they had wanted to the only power these so called investigative cranberries had with defined probable cause to indict but they never even did that instead they gave the illusion that a police shooting had been prosecuted when in reality had not and just to give you a flavor of how friendly this process was to the police officers the officer would come in and meet with the prosecutor in advance of the grand jury presentation and go over the story and the officer wouldn't even bring a lawyer with him it was very very crazy the end result is that in bern aleo county no police shooting ever made it to a real grand jury and critics will say that the whole point it was a system that was designed to queer police officers in it worked exactly as it was designed to work carrie argues that it's because probable cause is so hard to establish especially when it comes to an onduty police officer because when a police officer said i thought he had a gun and i had one tenth of a second to react it's much more complicated and the law gives them broader discretion you we were frustrated with parts.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Start off our by the book episode in mexico and burn will counties where the stakes are high and is not always clear for the good guys poor the back us come on carrie brandenburg would always say to our children in are not going to invest more in you that you're willing to invest in yourself gosh i could say definitely i was a tough flop mom when her son justin started getting into travel doing drag them breaking into people's homes and ultimately getting picked up by the police carry did her best to stay away i could make excuses for him and i needed to hold them accountable i never went to court i never asked his attorney win any dates were occurring i never read any police reports in a way i i felt bad because i couldn't even be a mother but i just thought it was important that i not do so it cards would you just because of a potential conflict of interest kerry was district attorney of burn aleo county were albuquerque sets she's actually the county's longestserving da and washing might have been the post her mom for tough live people in the county had started to question why carry wasn't that steadfast when he came to the albuquerque police department especially in light of all the recent police shooting came first the taser or the gun that is what albuquerque police are trying to determine after the department's latest officer involved shooting police officers tonight shot a man with a gun outside his home a man who may have been draw three albuquerque police officers poll up on a violent sat back and opening fire on him within seconds a total of twenty two people were shot and killed by albuquerque police over the course of just three years and carries office which is in charge of holding police officers accountable had not prosecuted a single wind in fact carry had never prosecuted an officer in honor her time in office we did not proceed against any officer on an officer involved shooting because we did not feel we had probable cause the legal standard that we need it to go forward with the prosecution but by the start of carries forthrighness district attorney a local reporter exposed a huge crack in the system i think i started to rob poured on on the grand.

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"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:36 min | 4 years ago

"bernalillo county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Team promoted the pittsburgh not paris event afghan authorities are still trying to determine how many people were killed today in a series of blasts at a funeral the ceremony was for a protester killed yesterday during demonstrations demanding better security as jennifer glass reports from kabul those demonstrations continued today the attack at the funeral is likely to anger afghans already unhappy with the government after wednesday's truckbomb attack they're holding a demonstration that's blocking and meter intersection in downtown kabul they want the government to step down and they also want security officials prosecuted for allowing attackers into the heart of the capital jennifer glass and kabul in the philippines authorities have released security footage of yesterday's attack on a casino police say at least thirty seven people died from smoke inhalation f after the attackers set fire to several gambling tables authorities say they don't have a motive but as michael sullivan reports from manila they say it wasn't terrorism police are the gunman's identity is still unknown but insists he was not a terrorist the attack not connected to the ongoing battle on the island of mindanao between the philippines armed forces and militants linked to the islamic state a fight that is now in its twelve day and has left at least one hundred seventy people dead the islamic state calls the manila tucker one of its own police insist he acted on his own security video shows him entering the casino torching the tables then retreating up a flight of stairs to a nearby hotel room after exchanging fire with security forces police say he them set the hotel.

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