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Fresh update on "breonna taylor" discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

Locked On Women’s Basketball

00:49 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "breonna taylor" discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

"Apply. James Wade. One of two. Only, two head coaches that are black both men. says. He's pessimistic. He talked earlier in the season in media ability and I think it was also reported on one of the. Broadcasts. Things like this the way James is feeling and how he articulated it is why his his family lives overseas. He moves in a different country. and. The way it was reported is that, of course, those countries. All countries Truly. Deal. With racism. that. Being in the United States. Having to deal with the injustice. Was Too. Much for his family to bear as you see, as you heard should say. As. You heard it's what cast. James continues to to share that he's pessimistic and for him. The announcement of the. Of the settlement was just that and so now I want to cut over to Cheryl Reeve. Because I think. Cheryl Reeve. gave a a really. Insightful. Analysis that that goes to James Point. about being pessimistic So here's Cheryl. Ref- reacting to the news of the Brannagh Taylor. Settlement. Yeah. You know mixed emotions The first thing is I don't believe that settlements are the are the path to reform. I think it's contrary to the idea of accountability. I do believe that the Briana Taylor family deserves every penny and more that's not justice and You know ultimately these settlements continued to penalize. The communities that are that are being brutalized. Because it has tax payers bet that is going to be responsible for that settlement. So it's not to say that this is not a bell no Brennan Taylor's family deserves this, but the community doesn't deserve being held accountable financial, and so I I don't understand their their inability to recognize what accountability means. If I'm a police officer and I am engaging in police brutality against any community that I be held personally responsible for that until you see that until there's actual Because what are the police officers not been arrested? There's no there's nothing. Ego gets his pension. He gets you know. So until either the union is hit, you know over overall pensions or hit. You'RE NOT GONNA see change in so while for the Briana Taylor family, you know millions of dollars You know that's that's one way to. you know in some way. You know ease the pain, but you know Brianna Taylor being here would be the preference and so there isn't there isn't accountability and it's just you know what and they know it. They know it. They know that we're GONNA, get a number and we're GONNA be fine. We'll pay it out the bill paid out textures paid out and the police will continue to police the way they've least and so Yeah UH mixed emotions of a about but certainly nothing against the Taylor family but it doesn't solve anything. The same things continue to happen, and so we have massive reform within this awful system that we haven't releasing. and. Congratulations to Cheryl Reeve who was named coach of the year that was announced today. Along with. It was also announced rookie of the year goes to crystal Dangerfield. So congratulations to Cheryl congratulations to crystal. And here's crystal when I asked on Tuesday. reactions to. The settlement for Briana Taylor. I would definitely say there's no. There's no price you can put on on human life. Think that's that's the biggest thing but it's nice to hear that they're going to look for some reform in the no knock warrant. because we wanted to be a situation where it doesn't happen to another family, another person loses their life. But again, I don't think there's an amount of money that you can place on a person's life. So, you just heard from two of the award winners coach of the Year Cheryl Reeve and rookie of the year Chris Dangerfield. another former rookie of the year. also announced A. For An award. That is Asia Wilson of the LAS. Vegas Aces is twenty twenty wobble season most valuable. Player congratulations to Asia Wilson. and so for anyone who's listened to this podcast I'm three for three right now. I. Technically, I'm four for four because the votes for rookie of the year overwhelmingly went to crystal dangerfield. But the voting for sought to Sabally I thought. was much lower than it it should have been so. Four for four unofficially three for three officially four. Unofficially so we'll get more awards. It was announced that between the Games that are tonight. So of course, I gotta give you the line up with the Phoenix Mercury winning and the Connecticut Sun winning both advanced to the second round of the playoffs. So was going to happen now is That we have. The. Los Angeles sparks and the Minnesota links were the two teams waiting for the winners of the first round and so we have around two of the play offs tonight, which is Phoenix Against Minnesota at seven PM and then the Connecticut Sun take on the Los Angeles sparks at nine pm. Both of these Games will be live on ESPN two available on the APP. And the additional cover coverage of the top honors will take place throughout the evening. So we will get announcements. As those games are happening likely at halftime may be before the game So congratulations to the award winners and next time we're on locked on women's basketball with Erica Yala. Will have some other awards but.

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:19 min | 1 d ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"To the deciding decade on the iheartradio, APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Six months after the tragic death of Brianna, Taylor the twenty-six-year-old emt who was shot and killed by Louisville police in her home. The city of Louisville has settled a an historic wrongful death lawsuit filed by her family according to attorney Benjamin crump along with the twelve million dollars civil settlement, a secured comprehensive police reform program for the city of Louisville that will bring progress and reform out of this tragedy to protect other black lives. However, attorney crump also said he's not backing down from his demand that the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron file charges against those cops can cut and killed Brianna Taylor coup. Say I. Don't sound like my man no no. No. No justice is when you have to pay. So you just as he is justice, the definition of justice is when you get what you deserve. That's justice. Mercy. Mercy is when you don't get what you deserve still fighting yeah. Yeah. Her family. Because someone has to pay for killing moment. Yeah. Her family said they're not stopping they're not backing down. Yeah. Supersede data came with this settlement like take your money and go ahead on. We'll take your money we will go on prestige. Yeah. Somebody's still has to you know. Pay for what they did. This is horrible. This is our money doesn't bring it back. Yeah that's just it's not. Just one step were still still fighting for justice for her she did and she didn't have to be occupied. Bottom line yeah. Yeah I mean that's progress. In the right direction. You know take some some of the financial burden off family but. They're still fighting they still won justice. So. There are forty eight days left. Forty eight now seven weeks, forty eight days left until the November third election. So we're urging you were begging you whatever we have to do please go and register and vote is if your life depended on it, go to vote dot org please it takes less than a couple of minutes to register plus you can get your dates as to when you can early vote in your state. This is important. Vote down. Fourth Attorney General's you. Thank vote for mayors. Presidents shred. The Dent yes. Senators I mean it's a lot. A lot of things on this day. That's why it's so important. That's why we're urging you to please get out and vote exercise. Your right. We have always had a right to vote. We just haven't people lost their lives. Don't let their deaths being vain. I mean we could go on and on, but the bottom line is pleased vote vote vote. Coming up thirty four minutes after the hour. A quick round of ask the L. O.. Right. After this, you're listening to Harvey, morning? Show..

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Fresh "Breonna Taylor" from Locked On Women’s Basketball

Locked On Women’s Basketball

00:57 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "Breonna Taylor" from Locked On Women’s Basketball

"Suit postgame after Chicago was eliminated from playoff contention by the Connecticut. Sun. A Decision, was all about. Very. Clear tape. Justice and although I think. Would be. Important in state steps towards the right direction. But of course. First and foremost. We stop in we shouldn't stop until. She is she's done justice in this the. Next, you'll hear from St Louis and This clip actually was played Tuesday night on ESPN here is doing. Reflecting on. Dedicating the WNBA season to say her name. Brianna Taylor and many more. My mind is reactions. Are you know obviously? it's a step in the right direction I think that a settlement is not justice. You know money is not getting justice for Briana Taylor or her family and those officers still need to be arrested I think that. The spotlight has kind of been on. Louisville. And Attorney General. Daniel Cameron and I hope that he continues to. do what needs to be done, and the rest are killers and I think you know like I said, it's a step and the fact that. There's going to be more Things involved with the police reforms. The NARC warrant is a step in the right direction but. Like money is going to bring Brianna Taylor back. And then there's the goat DT Diana to Rossi after Phoenix gets that again. Very. I can't overstate how dramatic and exciting this game was but again, listen to Lindsey Gibson Matt Ellen took. All, the petty nece, the pettiness of at all. Diana Terachi riled up after that game very excited but also reflecting on the bigger picture. I mean, obviously it's a big settlement that their family going into the future but I don't think it takes. Anything away from what we've been talking about and that's tough rest The police officers that went into her living room and murdered someone we still want justice as far as the justice system paying out money taking cops. Every city does that some a flaw in the system that? When you take a step back now they're willing to protect their own. No matter what no matter what. Of money but that doesn't bring back ran his life. Doesn't bring back you know. The things that you know her family lost in that in that tragic event. So there's still a lot of work to be done That's one of the focuses and that's one of the reasons why we're down near. Obviously, we're down here to play basketball and support be but you know we're going to be saying her name for a long time and We're GONNA do whatever it takes and. This has been committed. The NBA's been committed in in a lot of other players and teams from you know other sports in some. Heavy on your heart every day we do those intros. Before the game and I, look into the eyes of you know those women that have been killed in and you think There could be my best friend that could be my sister that can be my daughter like you know I think sometimes We've become numb to these situations and You have to take a step back and look I. Think what we're doing in this country and how WANNA change it and go forward. It's not easy to. Focus intentionally focus on. Racial and social injustice it's painful. These are lives people are dying. It's not easy. It's not easy to play. A thirty plus game season it's not easy to play a twenty two game season. And to be on to have to be on that entire time and yet, that's what the WNBA has done this season but as Courtney Vance leads said the goal was justice for Briana Taylor and arresting the cops that shot Brianna Taylor as many other people as well. But Kornelia ender sloughed even right after a loss was very laser sharp clear focused on the goal and. That's important because. There are a lot of people that hurt. Because of These conversations. For a lot of different reasons. And I think James Wade. Really Embodied that and I WANNA give a shout out to Nick Knight Dorf. Sorry if I didn't pronounce your name. Right, Nick I meant to ask earlier but I really wanted to I ask James Wade same question as many of the other athletes and coaches and. James is. Response was emotional for me to hear and to see in real time and I was I was so worried I wasn't going to get this clip I, had a little bit of trouble locating the video and nick was the one that that came in and secured this audio. Now, the audio is a little bit lower. So apologies here you'll just have to you might have to adjust your volume but. Here's James Wade. Reacting. To the news of a settlement to the family of Brahma Taylor. Alive. They put a price on her. Ex Gilo justice..

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Dallas - World Series At Arlington, First Time At One Site Since 1944

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00:30 sec | 2 d ago

Dallas - World Series At Arlington, First Time At One Site Since 1944

"It's official Arlington Texas will host the world series this October. All the Games will be at the Texas Rangers. New. Ballpark. It marks the first time since nineteen forty, four that the world series will be played all at one site usually teams alternate between playing at home and on the road. But this year, the MLB wanted to cut down on the need to travel and allow players to stay in a so-called to bubble to avoid covid nineteen outbreak, and this will most likely be a neutral site. The Texas Rangers have one of the worst records in the league so they aren't expected to be playing in the world series.

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Fresh update on "breonna taylor" discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

Locked On Women’s Basketball

01:04 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "breonna taylor" discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

"Right, at all so will mean, personally. I don't know how I'd feel if I was the family obviously they. Do some things with the police reform or whatever, but I would want more. and. So again, as Mercedes said, what is the family saying what did they seek? What do they want? Well, again, the today show is one of the few outlets, but to today shows the first one that I saw that was able to speak and run a segment where they speak with Misdemeanor Palmer. Brianna Taylor's mother and I'm GonNa play just a snippet of this upkeep. Keep the link in the show notes for you but. I think what you'll hear is that there's an acknowledgement that this is an unprecedented settlement in a lot of ways. As you know, I read that report from the New York Times that link also in the show notes I implore you to really read that as well as CNN. For a few players you'll hear me reference a CNN. CNN report there's an acknowledgement that this is unprecedented. With. There's also an acknowledgement that morning to be done. So the words of to Meka Palmer. Brianna Taylor's mother, and this is this is what her family is saying in the days after the announcement of the settlement. Coming from the city of Louisville Kentucky to the tune of twelve million dollars. This morning family of Brianna Taylor since the twelve million dollars.

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Apple’s new watch has a blood oxygen monitor

the NewsWorthy

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

Apple’s new watch has a blood oxygen monitor

"A new version of the Apple Watch is probably getting the most attention right now because it caters to the pandemic era for starters, it has a key new health feature that can specifically monitor your blood oxygen levels. Some people with covid nineteen seen their oxygen levels drop. So this new feature could help people catch a key symptom early that they might not have detected on their own apple also unveiled cheaper version of its smartwatch. That does not include that blood oxygen reading, but it could broaden the appeal since a lot of Americans are more for cash than

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Fresh update on "breonna taylor" discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

Locked On Women’s Basketball

01:11 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "breonna taylor" discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball

"I also spoke with and I asked candace Parker about the settlement. Candice is one of several mothers that is in the WNBA and I mentioned that because candice in her reflection and reaction to the settlement brought that up. And she has her daughter Layla in the wobble with her or or did at least Here's candace. Parker. From the Los Angeles sparks reacting to the news of the settlement to Brianna Taylor's family. Thank, you candace I wanted to ask you about some news that as being reported by CNN and also by the New York Times regarding a twelve million dollar settlement to the family of Brianna Taylor as of right now, the New York Times reporting that does not include arresting the officers of that shot and killed Brianna in her home Just your reaction to that given that the season has been dedicated to her and so many others others. The season has been dedicated to arrest the cops. Are Responsible for the murder Taylor. I. Think. It's interesting that this is a step. But this isn't. What our goal was and Obviously Brianna, Taylor NAME OF OUR JERSEY. But she represents so many other. Women that have been killed. Because of police brutality and So I, think you know as a mother. There's no amount of money. Is No, amount of money. That can take that away. So I don't think that doesn't evening. Some of you know that I have a youtube series where I talk about social justice and when I talked about social, justice and women's basketball a few weeks ago. I made a point. To say that I'm. Putting emphasis on asking white players. White coaches. Of which outside of to who you'll hear from on this episode. All of the head coaches in the WNBA are white. and. So. We're going to hear from Bridget Carleton and Sandy Brundle next as soon. Not only are bridget and sandy both white but they're also from different countries. They're not from the United States and they're part of the WNBA and are seeing the conversation that we as Americans are having about racial injustice and I think that they're. Their insight is illuminating in a lot of ways. So I will hear from bridget she was asked by first Michelle Voelpel of ESPN W, and then myself about her perspective as a white. Canadian and then after bridget, you'll hear from Sandy Brunello. This is after that be win that I talked about that again Lindsey, Gibbs and Matt Allen Tuck broke down on Wednesday's episode. So. I asked Sandy Brunello after that big win. Phoenix's win to advance in the playoffs So again, Bridget Carleton of the Minnesota links and celebrate Delo head coach of the Phoenix Mercury. To your first question I think advice I would give is putting yourself out there not being afraid. To take a stand on not bring afraid to have the tough conversations not being afraid to learn and ask questions I think that's the biggest thing I've learned from being the WNBA being in this bubble on there's just so many strong women that aren't afraid themselves out there on afraid to. Stay with a believed in and be strong opinion about it. So I think that's the biggest thing. I. Would say, and then to your question about the settlement I, think you know money that's the behrman alone There's no consequence for the officers that WanNa Taylor obviously I think th included having significant significant police reform was including settlement and I think that's a great step in the right direction but. Like I said before that there's no consequence for the cops that killed on brand. Taylor. Nuts I think what we're fighting for so. Obviously going to be on a tyler made. Money is really some adult. This really. Thanked by the pain. In the offices still not be charged. From another country I. Don't quite get. I. Can find some peace. Still a lot of work. To. It. Some more of equality here in America and There are a lot of facets when you're talking about racial and social justice. So The affirming what you want, but also talking about the injustice that is happening As in the meantime. And that's really difficult to to grapple with is that you aspire for and you want a country or a community to. Uphold certain morals but. In order to get to that, you have to work through what's not working and coming up next, you'll hear from some players and coaches that I think really. Really able to. Identify that what the WNBA has stood for this season is both. Wanting to affirm and aspire. While, also calling out and denouncing. Parts of the system that they feel are not working which lead to no knock warrants being. Legal in the first place. So. Coming up next, you'll hear from more voices of the WNBA around the WNBA in the wobble but I'll also give you some of the reporting that's coming from. This was from NBC and the Today Show. You'll hear from the today show who spoke to Brianna Taylor's mother to Meka Palmer and her. And her attorney at sit down and you hear a little bit. You'll hear snippets from that interview to put into context how the family feels about the settlement and what is to come next support for this podcast comes from cdw in Dell. Technologies. At cdw Gee, we get the migrating your agency to a hyper converged infrastructure is being. CALF.

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Pelosi wants House to stay in session until COVID deal reached

the NewsWorthy

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Pelosi wants House to stay in session until COVID deal reached

"Speaker. Nancy Pelosi told, CNBC house will remain in session until lawmakers deliver the next round of covid nineteen relief that means no October recess. There's no compromise and that's a big deal for members of Congress. Up for election and that could mean, they will not get to go home to campaign ahead of. November and until now, there hasn't been much progress remember talks Congress broke down well, White House Chief of staff mark, Meadows told Reuters. There's now a one and a half trillion dollar proposal up for consideration it was drafted by a group of bipartisan moderate lawmakers. So some Republicans say it costs too much some Democrats say it fall short,

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Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:26 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

"Of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to a wrongful death lawsuit settlement rather with the family of Rianna Taylor. It's included a $12 million payment and police reformed. Attorney Lee Anita Baker represents the Taylor family Financial settlement was not negotiable without significant police reform, and that's what we were able to do today. Taylor in the empty worker was killed by police officers acting on a no knock search warrant on March 13th You're listening to ABC

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Louisville agrees to pay Breonna Taylor's family $12 million and enact police reforms in historic settlement

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:18 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville agrees to pay Breonna Taylor's family $12 million and enact police reforms in historic settlement

"A settlement with the family of Briana Taylor, the empty worker killed during a no knock warrant by police officers back in March. It includes the $12 million payment and police reform. Not going to stop our calls to hope the officers Responsible for Brianna's death accountable. The scent family's attorney, Loni to Baker, Senator Kamala

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Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

"Louisville, Kentucky Mayor Greg Fisher says the city has agreed to a settlement with the family of Briana Taylor that includes a $12 million payments and police reforms. Taylor was shot and killed on March 13th by police serving a no knock narcotics warrant at her home. Police found no drugs at the home. The lawsuit accused three Louisville police officers of blind Firing into Taylor's apartment the night of the March raid, hitting Taylor several

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Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

Mark and Melynda

00:20 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police

"Get $12 million from the city of Louisville as part of a settlement that also includes police reform over the killing of the in her own home by police using a no knock warrant to search for drugs. No drugs were found. Taylor's killing sparked months of protests. The state attorney general is still investigating the case. America is listening

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Louisville reaches $12M settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:17 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville reaches $12M settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

"Imagined New development. In the story of a black woman who was shot and killed by police. Six months ago. CBS is Jim Krystle, the family of Briana Taylor will receive quote a significant dollar amount in a legal settlement with the city of Louisville, Kentucky. The 26 year old woman was fatally shot by police

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Breonna Taylor's family 'agree financial settlement' over death

Glenn Beck

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Breonna Taylor's family 'agree financial settlement' over death

"After after Briana Briana Taylor Taylor was was fatally fatally shot shot by by police police in in Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, Kentucky, there there appears appears to to be be a a significant significant settlement settlement for for her her family. family. There There are are still still no no criminal criminal charges charges filed filed against against the the three three Louisville Louisville Metro Metro police police officers officers who who opened opened fire fire into into the the home home of of Briana Briana Taylor Taylor is is they they executed executed and and no no knock knock search search warrant. warrant. But But there there are are reports reports Taylor's Taylor's family family has has reached reached the the largest largest ever ever settlement settlement with with the the city city of of Louisville. Louisville. The The financial financial terms terms are are not not being being disclosed, disclosed, but but the the deal deal reportedly reportedly also also includes includes police police reforms reforms like like requiring requiring commanders commanders to to approve approve all all search search warrants warrants before before going going to to a a judge judge and and providing providing housing housing credits credits to to officers officers who who agree agree to to live live in in the the city. city. An An official official announcements announcements expected expected to to come come this this afternoon. afternoon. Ryan Ryan Burrow Burrow ABC ABC news news Western Western

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Louisville reaches major settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville reaches major settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

"The city of Louisville is expected to announce a substantial financial settlement with the family of Briana Taylor as soon as today. W. Jeans Ryan Burrow reports. The settlement is expected to not only include a large financial payment to the family of Rianna Taylor but also police reforms like requiring commanders to approve all search warrants before going to a judge. And housing credits to officers who agreed to live in the city. The deal said to be announced as a grand jury could begin screening possible criminal charges against three officers involved in fatally shooting Taylor during a no knock search of her home in

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Louisville reaches major settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Louisville reaches major settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

"Has agreed to pay several million dollars to the mother of Briana Taylor and installed police reforms as part of a settlement of the lawsuit from Taylor's family. Someone who has knowledge of the settlements. Details said it would be the largest sum paid by the city for a police misconduct case. That person did not want to be identified because the settlement hasn't been officially announced yet. But Taylor's shooting by police serving a narcotics warrant at her home has sparked months of protests. The lawsuit alleged that the police use used flawed information to obtain a no knock warrant to enter the black woman's apartment in March.

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:58 min | Last week

"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily

"Was leave I'm suppose forwarding in one of those recorded calls you hear Marcus Clover, asking her to arrange his bail by contacting another associate of his you know he was already becker trip. India a talk to him again disseminated. Contact, they imposed by two one. And in these calls and I think I'm not be state. So I got hit. Single bigger. You can sense the intimacy between. Or you don't want me. Curse. Words like No. No I really really like I can wake up every other hour..

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

07:50 min | Last week

"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily

"What we now know is that a few months after she started dating Kenny in two thousand sixteen, she also starts seeing another man, his name is marcus clover, and by all accounts, he's in many ways. The opposite of Kenny demarcus is a twice convicted drug dealer. He was sentenced in two thousand eight when he was eighteen years old in Mississippi, his home state for drug trafficking, and later in two thousand fourteen, he moves to Kentucky He's charged again for drug possession. And he would spend the next several years in and out of jail, and it bears noting that he he seems to enter her life at what was extensively a low point she had started college but she dropped out because she felt homesick and was really missing her family. She got her emt certification and began working as a first responder writing ambulances but a year into that job she quit on media she says that she was discouraged by the sixteen hour shifts and by the low pay. And pretty soon into her relationship with Jamarcus his problems become her problems. And this is the first time that you see the police coming and knocking on the door of apartment four at three, zero, zero, three, Springfield Dr. And they came because of a favor that she had done for him. So what's your name sharks was that Jamarcus Jamarcus what's your last? Lover. So what happened is she had rented a car, her own car was apparently in the shop. So she had rented a car from enterprise, rent a car and demarcus glover ask for the keys she handed over the keys. He then handed them to a third person, a man and a couple of hours. Later, that person was found dead slumped over the wheel of the car his body was riddled with bullets and on the floorboard of the car, and in the console, they found several baggies of drugs. What knowing? What's with rental car. In the person that was in that car. I don't know the car. To car on. The person that ends up dead at the wheel of the car is a man that's known to them only his nickname Rambo, and in fact, he's the brother of one of demarcus. Glover's associates a member of what turns out to be a criminal drug syndicate and that man had gone to jail on multiple occasions with to Marcus. Are you all into the game? On. Wall in the. Thing is if They. Do the Games. They I'm not saying game I said the game. Are you working? How did he make his money how you make your money all? Ma. scruple. Are you working now? I don't work right in this less my job over the king. We're one. Image slow and trump. Or never. Anti I saw the police notes and they concluded that Brianna really had no foreknowledge of how this car was going to be used and that you're marcus also did not appear to be aware that this man was was going to get cold. Related. Care for. We'll be right back. This podcast is supported by e-trade trading isn't for everyone, but he trade is whether it saving for a rainy day or your retirement e-trade has you covered they can help you check financial goals off your list and with a team of professionals giving you support when you need it, you can be confident that your money is working hard for you get more than just treating with trade to get started visit each dot com slash podcast for more information each securities LLC member Finra, SIPC I'm Elisa Shapiro, and I'm a reporter for the New York Times. I write about education for a living, and this moment is truly unlike anything I have ever experienced. There are just so many questions. How much will this pandemic widened the gap between wealthy IMPOR- Children Will homeschooling become a significant part of the education system? Where does all of this Lee working parents and how are teachers adjusting to a radically different type of schooling? The fact is the answers to all our readers. Questions are going to be really difficult to find because the story changes day-to-day sometimes minute to minute. But that's what we do at the New York Times. We find the experts. We do the research we hold our leaders to account. Until we get the answers we believe you deserve and when the story changes we do it again, if you believe in this kind of work and blocked to support it but ny times. Dot Com slash subscribe. Ruin you when you talk to his family and her friends did Jamarcus come up and what do they say about him? You know this was really hard to get at because when we spoke to her mother cousins her best friends you ask about Jamarcus clover and either they stopped making eye contact with you. Or. They say to you that they don't talk about him or they say to you that they don't know him. And this relationship is something that we have essentially uncovered through documents. This was clearly something that those who love her did not WanNa talk about. The closest I got was one of her oldest childhood friend somebody who's known her since she was in elementary school and all she would say to me was I didn't like CA- regarding jamarcus. But. What we see in the documents that we've amassed is that in the next four years she was on again off again with Kenny and with to Marcus. Ended the periods that she's with demarcus he repeatedly in tangles her in his problems and in his run INS and dealings with police. This is a man who was in out of jail and he asks her to pay his bail twice in two, thousand seventeen, and then later in nineteen, you see her paying bail for another man, another accused drug dealer who was a friend of tomorrow and who was believed to be part of this criminal syndicate alongside. I. Work. That, same year twenty, nine, thousand, nine. Debra Hill that's the year that the video of the homecoming king getting pulled over by new police goes viral. Because I'm you or it's GonNa fall out when you get other news and when he gets pulled over for the infraction of of making a wide turn. Things very quickly escalate. He's pulled out of his car by the white police officer. We're allowed to patch. Off. Down, we're allowed to do that. He's on the phone with his mom. And cops begins searching his car trucks. Ma'am. Please stay over here. Eventually shows up stay over there if you. I'll take your traffic stuff I will take you. And in the conversation that ensues, another officer begins to explain to the mom,.

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Black woman to lead police force reeling from Breonna Taylor

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Black woman to lead police force reeling from Breonna Taylor

"The Kentucky police department involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor will now be headed up by a black woman the mayor of Louisville Kentucky's announced that a retired metro police commander is returning to become the new interim chief as the city reels with more than a hundred days of protest over the botched police raid that led to the fatal shooting of medical worker Brianna Taylor inside her apartment former deputy chief event gentry becomes the first woman to serve as chief and the third African American to hold the post local media report gentry retired in twenty fourteen the former chief was fired and his successor has announced he's retiring I'm Jackie Quinn

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Activists demanding justice for Breonna Taylor protested on Kentucky Derby Day

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:01 min | Last week

Activists demanding justice for Breonna Taylor protested on Kentucky Derby Day

"The first Saturday in May. But this is Kentucky Derby Day after the postponing of the race is just one reason the 146 Derby is one for the history books As W. F B L Stephanie Wolf explains. Security often referred to as the two most exciting minutes in sports. The Kentucky Derby is also a marquee social event days. A fanfare Parties parade, a massive firework show. Ah, a lot of that is gone this year due to the global pandemic and even more notable None of 155,000 plus fans in the grandstands a revision Churchill Downs, the home of the Derby made recently. That's not all That's different this year. Louisville just marked 100 consecutive days of protest against racism and police violence and demonstrators plan to make Derby 101 days. Several groups held a press conference near Churchill Downs Friday. This's Ehren Jordan of No justice, No peace Louisville. We have several black organisations behind us, and we have full intent to black out their happened demands to cancel dirty something that's never been done before. Haven Harrington is CEO and host of main event sports radio. He's covered the Derby for years. He thinks it should be run. It's the city's signature event. But while the horse racing industry doesn't often weigh in on social justice issues, Harrington says, Now is not the time for silence in this town, you know, which is still waiting on bated breath for what's gonna happen with You know Briana Taylor and the officers involved can't just be big hats in pretty dresses. You have to say and do something to acknowledge the situation. Churchill Downs did issue a statement Thursday afternoon, acknowledging how black jockeys once dominated the race, but were then excluded and acknowledging the pain community members feel right now as they wait for the state attorney general and FBI to conclude their investigation into the police, killing a Briana Taylor. It's important to carry on, says Churchill Down CEO Bill Car Stange in here he is talking on CNBC support for hewing important are our traditions and culture in our community. Tell me how this will unify the community. The running of course, poet activist Hannah Drake lives near Churchill Downs. She's had a simmering frustration with the Derby for years. Even more. So, she says, as she faces arrest for obstructing the highway by protesting in the streets. But I for Darby, too inconvenient me and block off street, not let me pass that fine. Drake, who is black, recently wrote a letter to the CEO asking for some self reflection of the institutions, lack of black representation and a lack of in her opinion, compassion. This is the institution that can redeem itself and they need to start by asking himself. How can we be better neighbors? So this Adjacent community and to the very one way she thinks they could do better is by dumping a tradition, she says, is rooted in racism.

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Breonna Taylor's boyfriend sues over his arrest

TIME's Top Stories

02:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Breonna Taylor's boyfriend sues over his arrest

"A lawyer for beyond Taylor's family set a plea deal was offered to an accused drug trafficker that would have forced him to implicate Taylor, who was killed by police in a raid on her home in March Louisville's top prosecutor acknowledged the existence of the document but said, it was part of a preliminary plea negotiations with the man charged with illegal drug trafficking and not an attempt to smear. Taylor. Taylor Family Attorney Sam Jar posted a photo on social media. Monday that he said was a plea offer jamarcus glover from prosecutors. The photo of the document appear to show Taylor listed as a CO defendant in illegal activities leading up to April twenty second weeks after her death why would they put her name on their? said in a statement sent to the news media, it's outrageous Jefferson county. Commonwealth's attorney Tom Wine said the document was quote a draft that was part of pre-indictment plea negotiations. Taylor. Was Fatally Shot March thirteenth in her home by police serving a narcotic search warrant as part of a wide ranging police operation targeting glover Taylor's former boyfriend glover and others were arrested on drug trafficking charges. The Night Taylor was shot. The shooting has sparked months of protests in Louisville by activists who along with celebrities athletes have called for the officers to be charged in her death. Wine recused himself in May from an investigation into the police actions on the night Taylor was killed Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office is now handling that investigation which Cameron has indicated is nearing a conclusion. Wine issued a statement Monday saying Taylor was never a CO defendant in the case against glover. Those drafts posted by Aguilar were never part of the court record and are not court documents. Wine said wind said when he was advised the plea discussions quote out of respect for Ms Taylor I directed that Ms Brianna Taylor's name be removed. whine provided a copy of what he said was the final lead deal offered to glover, which did not include her name but did list her address as a place where glover picked up mail packages Aguilar said Tuesday he received the photo of the plea deal with. Taylor's name on it from Glover's family wine said, his final offer was sent to glover on July twenty. First that offer said Glover would have to accept the deal for a ten year sentence on a dozen drug charges by July twenty first glover down the deal wine said glover implicated Taylor in his criminal activity in jail phone calls to Taylor jail phone calls reported by news media show glover called Taylor. Twenty. Six Times in early January including some calls to ask her to help him gather bond money. The plea document furnished by wine also said Glover kept some of his money at Taylor's address.

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Breonna Taylor's boyfriend files lawsuit over his arrest the night she was killed by police

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Breonna Taylor's boyfriend files lawsuit over his arrest the night she was killed by police

"Boyfriend of Briana Taylor. On lawsuit today against the city of Louisville, Kentucky, and several Louisville police Officer Walker was the one with Taylor the night police busted in with a raid on our home back in March, shooting her a number of times and killing her. My life changed forever. In the early morning of March, 13. I was laying in bed with Briana around midnight watching a movie. All of a sudden someone started beating on the door. Refused. And so when we here who is it? 15. Minutes later, Briana was was dead dead from from a a hell hell of of police police gunfire gunfire and and I I was was in in police police custody. custody. The The police police arrested, arrested, jailed jailed and and charged charged me me with with murder murder of of a a police police officer. officer. Walker Walker says. Police did not I d themselves when they came into the home and says he fired a shot because he thought they were intruders. Walker argues in his lawsuit that he should've been immune from criminal prosecution under Kentucky's stand Your ground law.

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Breonna Taylor's boyfriend sues over his arrest

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Breonna Taylor's boyfriend sues over his arrest

"Has filed a lawsuit against Louisville Police and the city. Taylor was the Louisville Mt. Killed earlier this year in a no knock police raid at her house. Attorneys for Kenneth Kenneth Walker said quote he has already sustained lifelong trauma. Still fierce, though those who consider him a danger and seeked away his freedom to take away his freedom again, end quote. Walker said the charges brought against him were meant to silence him and cover up Brianna's murder. Meantime, the head of the

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Kentucky AG says he has FBI ballistics report on Breonna Taylor's death

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

Kentucky AG says he has FBI ballistics report on Breonna Taylor's death

"The attorney general of Kentucky, says his office finally has a key piece of evidence in the investigation of Briana Taylor's death. We have received that ballistics report again. That is a critical piece of this Investigation. It's not the end all be all the A G later tweeted that no announcement is coming this week. Taylor was shot and killed in Louisville in March during a no knock

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Kentucky AG says he has FBI ballistics report on Breonna Taylor's death

The John Phillips Show

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

Kentucky AG says he has FBI ballistics report on Breonna Taylor's death

"Daniel Cameron says a piece of evidence in the investigation of Rio No. Taylor's death has finally arrived on CBS's face The Nation, he said, We have received that ballistics report again. That is a critical piece of this. Investigation. It's not the end all be all, Cameron said. Witness testimony is still needed along with interviews K

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:30 min | Last month

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Your support at discover dot com. Have you ever wondered is Will Ferrell likes to wear his I voted sticker all even into the next day or what makes Stephanie Rule so passionate about voting it's about what kind of country we kind of world do you? WanNa live in I'm holly FRY and I'm hosting a new podcast called why I voted I realized my father had never participated in any election. How Democracy failed everyone's doing somebody else why I'm voting a new podcast from iheartradio as able on the iheartradio APP at Apple podcasts or wherever it is. You listen. All right. So yesterday, Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron met with the family of Brianna Taylor Brianna 's mother to Meka. Palmer stated that during that meeting, the attorney general seemed sincere and genuine but she also said she could be wrong Brianna, his family lead Attorney General Camera Know How important it is to get all of the facts of the case, get to the truth and get justice for Briana and to make real changes. So this does not happen to any one else. The Attorney General has committed to getting the family the truth what a clock is ticking. Yeah. What Psychosocial Long You know here's a crazy. When they say we gotta get all the facts. Here's the ones we know that they came with A. Ward for a person that was already locked up GIF period. Huge mistake an overlook ain't nobody puts his dues name the had the one in the system and hit the computer button that would have shown. He's locked up downtown already. So now we got to go out and look for him tonight. Everybody was still be here. Everybody would be alive. But Oh, no, they go down there and they know knock and they opened fire. They killed as. They kill this innocent moment. I'm anymore facts you ne-. Everybody fired a weapon wouldn't one that didn't five they all got okay. We'll have more of the morning show and some trending news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after this. You're listening to. Harvey Morning Show. Iheartradio, we bring the best podcasts from the Ron Burgundy show to the breakfast club to stuff. You should know really all of today's biggest names but each of these shows started with an idea and now we want yours we're looking to you for the next great podcast. Simply, go to next great podcast dot com to get the details and submit your pitch. We'll select up to ten semifinalists and give them a thousand dollars to produce a pilot. Then listeners across the world vote on their favourite to decide the next great podcasts enter today at next great podcast DOT COM. That's next great podcast DOT COM. Why shouldn't the next grade podcast come from you? WHAT'S UP EVERYBODY WE'RE LA comedy groups, Obama's other daughters and on our podcast you down. What's going on in the culture? Everything from dating to their be look y'all got dumb facetime so Thank you..

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

07:11 min | Last month

"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Her boyfriend Kenny Walker Laya sleep in their bed plain clothes, police officers broke down their door using a battering ram on a no knock drug warrant Kenny. thinking intruders were violently breaking in grabbed his licensed gun walker says, they didn't say they were the police before he fired off a shot from a gun be officers responded with a hail of gunfire when the door comes on uses. This to happen fast. Explosion. Walker said, he purposely aimed his gun towards the ground sergeant? John Mattingly was struck in the leg and was one of three officers who returned fire detective bread Hankinson was standing outside and fired ten rounds through closed and curtain, Patio door according to Louisville's police chief his blind shooting displayed an extreme indifference to the value of human life. The gunshots with through walls windows bullet holes were found everywhere in the kitchen bedrooms in a neighbor's apartment with small children nearby multiple neighbors called nine, one one asking for police only finding out later it was the police you don't almost every time we have story involving the police shooting. I'm always shocked at how badly trained and not in control the police seem. Brianna Tina's boyfriend was lying in bed heard his dog get smashed in, grabbed his legal firearm and had the presence of mind to try and injure the intruder by aiming down but the cops who is supposed to be trained professionals they. They get paid by the bullets and for anyone who has a destiny to blame brianna boyfriend for shooting at the cops. Please me this question if America tells people to get a gun to defend themselves from intruders but the cops the intruders breaking down the door without knocking, what are you supposed to do? To, an innocent person there is zero difference between a no knock raid and a home invasion. If someone bust down during the middle of the night, you're gonNA think that they're intruders not all the cops might be here or damn eats coming in hot tonight. In fact, it would be wait if you didn't use your gun in that situation I mean if not then what are you saving it for? To be honest, we shouldn't even be calling these things. No knock rates that gives them too much credits. Would you just drop the euphemism in Kuala? What it is a home invasion with police get to act like they're in a video game. The. Police break down the door without warning they shoot Brianna Taylor eight times in her own house. and. What makes the story even more tragic is that the cops should never have even been in that house in the first place police got five Lawrence approved for we're four suspected drug dealers and suspected drug houses lumped into that with similar language was the warrant for Briana. Taylor's apartment under the suspicion she was involved with handling money and drugs for an alleged Louisville. Drug dealer, her ex boyfriend jamarcus glover she hadn't dated. Glover. In months a package police say they saw glover picking up a Taylor's apartment was likely a pair of shoes according to the family attorney and despite what officers were told before the raid Brianna Taylor. Certainly did not live alone when it was all over police found no drugs no money in her apartment before going into Brianna Taylor's home police were actually warned that she would be very little threat if no threat at all. Yes. They. Used Bogus. Intel. And they came in guns blazing even though they knew she wasn't a threat every step of the way this investigation ran the police screwed up. They need a million stakes, which is more than any black person is allowed to make. and honestly with the amount of mistakes that the police made throughout the entire process, I don't even know if it's fair to call them mistakes at this point. Because a mistake is something you do by accident but these cops blatantly ignored so many protocols and so much information at some point it moves from a mistake to actively not giving. and. It's bad enough when you learn what these people did in the heat of the moment. But in a way, what's even worse is what they did when they had the time to think Brianna, Taylor was alive for several minutes after police shot her five times and for more than twenty minutes after Taylor was fatally shot tailored twenty-six lay where she fell in her hallway receiving no medical attention according to dispatch logs you see her boyfriend after. The shooting being arrested here in the parking lot police tried to charge him with attempting to kill police officers but those charges were later dropped a recently released police incident report from that night is mostly blank. It claims there was no forced entry. It does Liz Taylor as a victim of a crime and under injuries. It says none even though Taylor was shot eight times you see it's one thing to quote unquote shoot someone accidentally eight times. But. Leaving on the floor without any medical attention that isn't an accident. That's just a blatant disregard for black. Life. And on top of all of that, the Cup submitted a mostly blank incident report. Really. You really couldn't think of anything that you could on that report not even Oh, we up these offices so bad they couldn't even solve the murder that they committed and right now the Attorney General of Kentucky says that they're investigating Brianna Taylor killing but it's been four months and. In that four months, they've seem to find a way to arrest somebody. It's more than four months since two, thousand, six year, old emt, Brianna. Taylor was shot and killed in her own home so far there have been no charges filed against the three white officers involved by comparison the this week it took just one day to file felony charges against more than eighty protestors who went to the home of Kentucky Attorney General Calling for justice and be honest killing. Every single. Day. In America we're reminded that there're a different criminal justice systems depending on who you are. There's one for the rich and there's one for the poor. Is One for white people and there's a different one for black people and apparently there's also one for those who oppose police brutality and for those who commit it's not won't lie the one bit of hope that I have seen from this. Is that the protests are actually getting results. Because a few months ago almost nobody had heard of this case. But now, thanks to people taking to the streets and relentlessly pushing for justice. Some changes are being made including BRIANNA 's law which bans no knock warrants in Louisville. The truth is we have so much more work to do. Because, what happened to Brianna Taylor? It's not just a few bad cops. It's not even really just about the cops. It's also the legislature that gave them the power to break into houses. The judge that signed the warrant, the Police Department that didn't act against these offices and the county charged the protesters for challenging these rules. In other words? What happened to Brianna Taylor wasn't a failure of the system It was the system working as it's intended. and. That is why people are fighting for the system to be changed. The daily show but Kurbanov. Watch the show weeknights at eleven ten central on comedy. Central and the comedy.

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:59 min | Last month

"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"You're listening to comedy central. Was the world came together over the past few months to protest against racial injustice. The name George Floyd has been chanted all over the globe. But there's another name which initially didn't get a lot of attention but has slowly become the rallying call for people crying out for justice and Change and that name is Brianna Taylor. Public pressure is now mounting with protests and celebrities speaking out Brianna. Taylor's life matter man. Celebrities from Allie Wong, Kerry Washington and Cardi B. Saying her name. Vienna Taylor story, her whole story or feminine Oh I want to say two consecutive no. Feel for Justice WNBA dedicating this season to social justice, we are dedicating this season to Brianna Taylor an outstanding emt who was murdered over one hundred thirty days ago for the first time in twenty years Oprah Winfrey's giving up the cover of her Oh magazine putting the late Brianna Taylor on it instead. Yes. From Lebron James Oprah Winfrey Meghan markle to the WNBA the tidal wave of support for Briana Taylor has been swelling day by day. And the support has even spread social media platforms like instagram and Tiktok, which is fantastic, but it's unfortunately also come with downsides. Because if you're online a lot, you've probably seen Brianna Taylor being turned into just another mean. Whether it's putting her name on a picture of as ass all mentioning her death and some caption of random selfie. and. The truth is. Weird. Amalgam of a few things, you have this relatively new phenomenon of using social media push for justice and reform, which is good. But the downside of that the downside is social media as a medium that doesn't always do sincerity well. Doesn't do selflessness well. That's struggles to give tragedies the gravity that they deserve, and so you have maybe well intentioned people who want to keep the name trending and they want to see Brianna Taylor get justice. But now essentially using her name as a punchline. Because memes, not the best way to honor someone who has passed means the reason. Obama didn't Davidge John Lewis's funeral today and today on show. As painful as it is. I wanted to take the time to either remind people. Inform people about the story of Brianna Taylor not as a slogan or post on your social media feed. But as a human be. Brianna Taylor, she's more than just a movement, a Hashtag or moment the. Old was an emt working in emergency rooms to hospitals and helping respond to the corona virus outbreak. She loved to help people Brianna. Loved family she was. She was a very sweet person and she went out of her way for anybody.

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:32 min | Last month

"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Facing scrutiny for his words about affordable housing and the suburbs. He made the comments while discussing the rollback of a housing rule aimed at fighting racial discrimination as trump works to court white suburban voters there will be no more low income housing forced in to the suburbs I abandoned. took away and just rescinded the rule. The Obama era rule forced local governments that receive federal housing funds to assess patterns of racial housing discrimination and submit plans to eliminate it on Wednesday. The President tweeted I am happy to inform people living there suburban lifestyle dream that you will no longer be bothered or financially hurt by having low income housing built in your neighborhood. Your housing prices will go up based on the market and crime. We'll go down enjoy later in Texas, the president reaffirming that message I've seen conflict for years. It's been hell. For suburbia. We rescinded the role three days ago. So Enjoy Your Life Ladies and Gentlemen Enjoy Ella Okay first evil suburban lifestyle dream sounds like the world's lamest Katy Perry Song. But just in case it wasn't clear. Trump is saying that he's GonNa Stop Black people from moving into white people's neighborhood. I I mean it's not even subtle enough to call that a dog whistle. It's too loud. It's more like a dog steel drum I won't let the black people live near you could become. Our we have to take a quick break. But when we come back, we'll tell you about the full story behind the name. Brianna Taylor so stick around. Welcome back to the daily social distancing show. The world came together over the past few months to protest against racial injustice. The name George Floyd has been chanted all over the globe. But there's another name which initially didn't get a lot of attention but has slowly become the rallying call for people crying out for justice and Change and that name is Brianna Taylor. Public pressure is now mounting with protests and celebrities speaking out Brianna Taylor's life matter. Celebrities from Allie Wong, Kerry, Washington, and Cardi B. Saying her name. Do you not be on a Taylor story whole story or feminine? No and I want to say to conduct you to know Feel for everyone justice. The WNBA, dedicating this season to social justice, we are dedicating this season to Brianna Taylor an outstanding emt who was murdered over one hundred and thirty days ago for the first time in twenty years Oprah Winfrey's giving up the cover of magazine putting the late Brianna Taylor on it instead. Yes. From Lebron James to Oprah Winfrey Meghan Markle to the WNBA. The tidal wave of support for Briana Taylor has been swelling day by day. And the support has even spread to social media platforms like instagram and Tiktok, which is fantastic, but it's unfortunately also come with downsides. Because if you're online a, you probably seen Brianna Taylor being turned into just another mean you know whether it's putting her name on a picture of Or mentioning her death and some caption of a random selfie. And the truth is. Is like this is a weird amalgam of of a few things. You have this relatively new phenomenon of using social media to push for justice and reform, which is good. But the downside of that the downside is social media as a medium that doesn't always do sincerity well. Doesn't do selflessness well. That's struggles to give tragedies the gravity that they deserve, and so you have maybe well intentioned people who want to keep the name trending and they WANNA see Brianna. Taylor. Get Justice. But now essentially using her name as a punchline. because. MEMES I'm not the best way to someone who has passed means the reason Obama Davin, John Lewis's funeral today, and so today on the show. As painful as it is. I wanted to take the time to either remind people. Inform people about the story of Brianna Taylor not as a slogan or a post on. Social Media. Feed. But as a human being. Brianna Taylor. She's more than just a movement, a Hashtag or moment. The twenty-six-year-old was an emt working in emergency rooms to hospitals and helping respond to the corona virus outbreak. She loved to help people. Brianna. Family she just was. She was very sweet person and she went out.

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

06:54 min | 2 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on The Nod

"March thirteen, twenty twenty Briana was shot and killed by police in Louisville Kentucky. In what's been described as a botched raid officers barged into Taylor's apartment under a no knock warrant and fired multiple rounds. No drugs were found the no knock warrant in question was actually for Taylor's ex boyfriend and his friends who live miles away. It had already been detained by the time. Please enter Taylor's home. As maddening as honest death is most Americans hadn't even heard of it until nearly three months later as the national unrest around the deaths of Egmont arbitrary and George Floyd's began to unfold. What all the stories of those killed and brutalized by police are important. Brianna isn't the first black woman to have hers reduced to a footnote in the larger narrative. Why are the guests of black women at the hands of police received so much differently, and what can we do to change that? Today to help us understand. We're joined by Andrea J, reaching the author of invisible, no more police violence against black women and women of color. Andrea Richie thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks so much for having me, so let's jump right into it and start with your book invisible. No more. Can you tell us a bit about it and like what inspired you to write this? One inspire me to write invisible. No more was the work that I've been doing for the past couple of decades, documenting or around litigating around advocating around and just generally Around black women girls, Queer and Trans People's experiences, policing and wanting to provide some context for the individual cases that we were hearing about so for instance thinking about Brianna Taylor. If you looked invisible, no more you learn that. Unfortunately she's far from the first black woman who was killed in a no knock drug raid. You bring up Taylor and I know there's definitely this feeling when I look at her case. In the cases of other black women would been killed at the hands of police. It seems like they don't get as much attention as the cases of black man who had been killed by the police. But the thing you point out your book is that that's not a feeling that that is reality. He talked to us a bit about that pattern. Yeah I think the title of the book is both a statement of fact, a demand an aspiration, right? It's a statement of fact that hosts Sandra. Bland black women's experiences of policing are no longer invisible. In the way they were pre twenty fifteen often say that before twenty fifty nine. I feel like I'd be talking underwater constantly about violence against women and girls, and it just wasn't landing, and then all of a sudden in two thousand fifteen. It's like my. My head popped above water, and suddenly there was also a lot of other voices speaking in same same thing, so in that sense. We're at an unprecedented level visibility of black women's experiences of policing. I would say that's true for Briana Taylor. There's a way in which we still have a long way to go for black women's experiences to be at the center of our consciousness around this issue to be informed by Black Women's experiences. That's the next step we have to move past visibility to action. Why do you think there's been such a difference between the reception? Of Brianna? Taylor versus Church Floyd. Our understanding of police violence is definitely shaped to the experiences, a black man who are assumed to be straight and not Trans Right. That's the story of state violence that we hear that with the media reproduces that we produce the telling stories to each other in such a way that even when black women's experiences happen in broad daylight on camera in the same way, the happened for George Floyd. Are Invisible in some way when you look at the incident report for Briana. Taylor's killing. It says no one was injured. And that's just an extreme example of how invisible violence against black women is. Here's a black woman who died in a hail of bullets blood out in her own bed in her own home where she was sleeping. Police report says no one was hurt the last reason i. think it's invisible is because. If as a society, we had to contend with state violence against black women that's informed by both anti blackness and gender violence right beside more than we would have to contend with anti black women violence in our communities. Contend again with the fact that this nation is built on violence against black women's bodies and black and Trans bodies and we're not ready to do that. You know there's this theory, though I think we've all heard that part of the reason why there's such a big difference between the response to be honest anthem response to George. Is that free? Honest wasn't caught on camera quick. Do you think about that I unfortunately point people to a lot of videotape? Black women dying on camera to police Natasha McKenna is a ten minute video of her being. tased to death by police there's. Video of Doina Johnson, a Black Trans woman, being brutally beaten in the police precinct that did not inspire an uprising in the same way that Rodney. King stood. They don't WanNa. Keep repeating kind of the the degree of violence, but what I want to say is that there's no shortage of videotaped evidence of police violence against black women I don't. Think that's. The entirety of the story is something. They also feels especially Kinda unique about Brianna Taylor's case is that it's almost become this this inescapable meam as of late like people I've seen weird social media posts like even sometimes dance challenges like it. It's kind of taken on a life of its own ultimately is that type of attention is? Is that helpful or harmful? I think that it recreates some of the narratives that produce the death of black women. I think it's recreating the notion. The objectification of black women that in this case Brianna Taylor story is an opportunity to make. A clever pun or acute mean and we've lost spree on his humanity in that. We've lost the fact that she was a sister. She was a daughter. She was an emt. She was someone who was full of joy of laughter jokes the life of the party she was. Multidimensional Person Right and I think we just need to be careful that we're not turning visibility in the way that black women have been made visible in ways that are harmful produce more violence. Who that was? Yeah. Andrea. Thank you so much for joining us today series easy. Conversation for folks who want to read your book invisible no more. Where can I find it just more of your work? Visible no more is available I. Think for Free Amazon this month, so in the wake of Brianna Taylor the publisher, and I want to make sure that it was available for folks to read I. I wrote as a resource. I wrote as a gift. To. The Movement to young folks in the front lines at Ferguson of one hundred for black lives. I wrote for Y'all so now it's free. and. It's up on Amazon. You can go to the website invisible. No more book dotcom. Andrea thank thank you so much. We really appreciate it. Are. y'All. Go pick up Andrea's book and get your read on. That's all we got for today. We'll see you next time on a new episode of the nod..

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on WTF - Stories & Advice

WTF - Stories & Advice

06:45 min | 2 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on WTF - Stories & Advice

"You read the New Testament where it talks about Jesus and how he treated people? And you don't tell. Don't throw those rules at me unless you're willing to follow those rules yourself. Until you're willing to Obam so, it's just you know like I said. I have hope this younger generation it's it's. We gotta get. These guys Outta here, you know. Has This thing where he tells me all the time. 'cause when I WANNA to talk to him about you know black lives, matter and things of this nature is like mom. I don't WanNa hear that crap. You know that's not A. we're not like that. He's like once. You All die. It won't be this way and I. And I I have to. Honestly what I'm seeing, agree with them. You know these younger kids. Once you get this old. You know this this changing of the guard. It's got to go on in happen. We've got to get out of here. These young kids they are fired up. They know what's right. They WanNa let people live, however they they wanna live. They treat people fairly. They love each other. They just want this country to operate like a country, not like a business and I have all one hundred percent faith in them that they're going to keep doing what needs to. To be doing and I want to support him in any way I can I show up to their rallies? I'm donate to their bill project. I'm donating to the food project going on in New York City because we have underprivileged children that aren't being fanned especially while they weren't out of school here, too, and I just I wanNA have hoped for this country in the way that it's going yeah Joe. Biden he has a history of being a piece of shit, but unfortunately you know he's a lighter insys shift in trump. Is You know but these are piece of shit? If what we got, I'm just hoping that whoever chooses for BP, you know steady in it helps them with some policy. Reform Steers I. Think Joe. Biden wants to do the right thing I just think he's lost. He's old. You know his weight and. His way of thinking is outdated. Most of them are in in the Senate and it's time for them to go. You know it's just time for them to get out of there and we need some fresh blood in there. Some people that are really gonNA make change. That's mean here's the thing I think that before they get people the powers that be or whatever control the media right and we could really have on TV or see or read about who? The powers that be deemed appropriate, but that's not the case anymore. Anyone can stream their message to billions of people at any time, and so I think that they're actually could be changed now I. Don't know if it can happen by September, was it? November November November November. Elections in September and yeah, I just think. I don't know. There could be an opportunity where someone else steps forward and is making sense because I think the majority of people think like we do. The majority of the people now we deserve healthcare and that we know that people deserve equal rights in our support all that and it's just like like extreme sides. That S- managed to get into power. While the reason we got a spanking with this last election back in two thousand sixteen is because Barney said on the ticket in ran. So you wound up winning the votes between him and Hillary because? Hillary won the popular vote over here a Lotta people. She won the popular vote, but she didn't win. The Electoral College the votes there which enacts Brogan. Can we get the bet? Should the fuck out of here, please? Get Yeah that should just be gone. It is whoever gets the most votes to went. Allow and none of this gerrymandering ship with A. Do I tell people about that here. They cannot there. They look like at me like I've grown to heads and think I'm making it up. They can't even believe something would be that ridiculous. Yeah, money that wants to come against Gerrymandering at blue is a really really good foundation. It's one that I donate to Stacey. Abrams runs it and it fights gerrymandering in voter suppression over here in the state, so if you really want to donate. Donate to something like that act. Blue is something that I that. I believe in that donated money to. Because we've got to do something like the way that this country is set up, it's it's just hard for the right people to win, and that's what you were as you were saying somebody could come out from somebody that holds the principles that most of the people in this country value, but then you're not cooling in that. Republican vote that you need to push. The the right person into office, so they're Kinda, just going with the lesser of two evils, because they don't WanNa swing too far to the left. Because then you're gonNA, have people that go ahead and vote for trump when they really want to. Because they don't want to go so far less, I mean. I just as as people get older and I hate to say his people die off. I think you're going to see the shift that you need to see happen. Because these these thirty twenty. You know teenagers. They're coming out in droves and they're not playing around. You know they're not going around so I. Just I have hope in the future with any country. If you really want to invest in who you are as a people invest in in. In the future of invest in these kids, I can't change seventy sixty euro people's minds that are going out there in voting, but as long as we can keep you know hammering at it eventually. You know we won't have to worry about them in time. Hopefully, it's in my lifetime. You know I'm. I'm wanting some change in the next four years, but. As long as it's in my lifetime, and everything keeps moving in the right type of direction. Yeah I was worried, but before the pandemic. I really thought trump was going to get it again like I was just like all God. I knew he was going to get in the first time. I just had this whore failing and I met too many people that were trump supporters I think I've told the story of the PODCAST. Right almost choked. That Guy Outage dinner party because we argued about. Trump other American poor people who has did that party. He was not good, but I just thought there's too many people that liked him that he wants to get in, but now after this, but a shit show, it is that I think people are starting to realize that this guy's not capable. He does when they asked him about even Fox's turn on trump now. When Fox turns on trump. Shit on these GAL is on the thing is I. Don't think he's GonNa leave. They're going to literally have to drag him out kicking and screaming, because he is I, don't think he'll accept it gracefully in bow out. Well I'm hoping that if he's not reelected, he'll be arrested. You slow, so we can only pray that that happens..

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

Uncolonized

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

Uncolonized

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

"There's a lot of people being hit a lot of white organizations getting hit with like what the fuck we didn't see this coming and so it's kind of interesting. I I liked how your boss handle stuff i. don't know where you work but I I. Didn't want to say well, I the good. The more interesting thing is a, he's not even in North America is from Scotland and he lives in Scotland and. So like for him. A lot of it was like just an offhand conversation we had. by the way, he's younger than I am but like. He not that that really excuses over like we had this conversation like months probably even last year at a dinner. And I think that was like his first like reality check of like Oh like I thought Canada was different again. Kazan, live here and where he lives, I don't think the army black people. Yeah. So like he's he's just not used to like anyone having to like bring it up. And so like I think that really moved him like when I was talking to my honest experiences and then. All of this news coverage now unlike. You can't turn anywhere without seeing it. Yeah. He was just like, yeah like I have to say something I have to do something. This is important. instead of being like. What am I supposed to do? I like? I like the end like he did this nine minute video he posted on his link in he's crying like it's like and that's not his he's a public presenting. He is very polished. He doesn't I don't think he's ever been seen like. Front facing that way without a suit on like this was just like his like genuine thing of like I'm embarrassed that this is the first time I'm doing with this. I wish this wasn't, but we're here now this is what I WANNA do. We set up before the pockets, but it's kind of a perfect time for all this to happen. It's A. Good everyone's paying attention and then. In I hate that this is the way it happened because something Taylor that's horrific in that should should've shocked people at each one of these each one of these from years ago Shoulda shop people but I think watching a man. Have, first of all the we had what's his name get shot by those rednecks for jogging right and then was kind of the setup that was set up and then Brianna Taylor and then this were your wash demand. Sit on another man's neck for. Eight minutes and forty six seconds I think no one could hide. Like, it was just like not come on. Let's stop this. Or that he knew him yeah and you're like, this is a league. There's good. Reasonably this isn't even police work Mike was such as it is like this is just like a personal vendetta..

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

Uncolonized

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

"In white people in general and they just. For one time I want them to feel like refugee I want them to feel what it's like. To have a country, not have any sympathy for them trying to get in. They feel what that's like. To be the outsider. And have long I don't even know like. I don't even know what that would be. Yeah. Yeah I. It's just I, it 'cause it's like. I don't know it's it's a real lack of empathy to. To make excuses for someone being murdered two or to ignore it T- to ignore it as just as bad to me. To be like, okay, well, whatever it doesn't affect me. Yeah. That was. At work particularly something I was like dealing with and unluckily. I just have a really good boss who was like, honestly this been weighing on me I I need to say something I need to stance in east put some stuff in place that will not just be like, Hey, I, hear you guys it's like no I'm looking to like give pro bono work to. businesses owned by Black People Willing to mentor people's that they can get into this field. And I was like, yeah this makes me feel a lot better about coming in to walk I'm at home by logging into work. I don't have. The owner of my business is unjustly. Or just putting up a black square something it's like, yeah doing some real action. Yeah. Hire some people trained some black people. Yeah I. Yeah it's that's important right there. It's like, okay. How do we break down? The system is get more people into the system. Via Yeah. I wonder like, do you think do you think in just in America but all over? Like you crying after watching a video from last year if someone being murdered. which is very understandable like it's just I can't watch those things I can't I if I think philander Castio I happen to watch by accident it was too much. To Eric Garner. Yeah. The two big ones from is air garner was just like the way. Way He died and like there's a lot of. People losing losing their life by like being choked out like just like drowning to me it's like That sounds seem so scary like the I'd rather be shot in that way a one hundred percent. In, Santa Bland is another one because I think of my sister she was off to school and then. Smoking ended up dead in her jail cell, and she's like what the flock and I think about my parents and how that would I just like that's shit. Just stressing me out so I'm wondering like. Is there should we get some should there be some sort of like in in this moment of like like how your bosses about? Okay. Let's I- systemically. I want to bring people in and train them for jobs and stuff should there be like something with mental health. Should we have something where it's? Like I don't know..

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

Uncolonized

03:48 min | 2 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

"You're right about that. But there's no way around that. was he said it's Kinda like. You give people these quotas you have the people. These things than corners are cuts in that can. Yeah, it's. It's like you you. You need to justify this amount of stuff during the week workweek like you have to have this amount arrest or you have have this amount of whatever you know say you have to deal with with homeless people you need to deal with this amount homeless people during the week we work we or we're going to cut more funding from your department or we're gonNA. Blow up a blind it's like okay. Well, now you're putting numbers on lives. Yeah and I saw. It was just a another youtube clip about. These people I'm assuming didn't work at the NYPD. Anymore. But like they were saying like, yeah, there's nothing worse than a cop with a quote at end of the month. And we know exactly where to go to like gin or quotas like because of the segregation you were talking about earlier. It's like, yeah we just know where everyone who's marginalized as we can just go. Get our quotes there and and that's exactly you can. They can kneel on a man for eight minutes and forty six seconds and like no, the to even do that he under he understood enough. To George Foyt, he understood enough that he would either a get away with it or there would be plausible deniability. Oh Yeah. That's That's how segregated that country is. That like I can murder someone. And I know there's a there's a good chance nothing will happen to me. Like that's That's that's what was Kinda. May Not clear to me but driven home again when I as I said I was watching. The Body Cam footage from Malaysia McLean, and it was a bunch of them kind of like some of them were Kinda of kind of like. Well. Yeah I..

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

Uncolonized

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

"At a certain point you must know you've got the wrong person and even like. I'm thinking that way like the whole thing is like they're not supposed to go out and shoot people till their debt. So That's not the point of no, it's. Here's the thing right like white people deny this stuff like this. This idea that can't be racist and just watching. So I watch a lot of youtube but it was watching another youtube channel and they did this and I've been saying this for a while. They did this video about like how nineties Black Sitcoms Like we're talking about police, it's basically warned us a worn white people about police brutality and longtime. Like, the fact that these are jokes in the in the in the Zeitgeist that like. A jazz on the stand being like a 'cause. Then next time next thing you hear is I got a gun and I got three holes, my backers of. These jokes like we. It's common knowledge people laugh at this shit all the time. It's it's like yeah. And that's why I mean. It's in the TV show we were watching it's in the music like hip hop music I wanted to say that specifically because I remember like four years ago or six years. Basically around the flood of Casteel stuff. Garner stuff. It was like we're all the rappers. What do you think they rap about all the time like? You think. Well. Why isn't Jay Z's? I mean first of all I like I don't know why you're looking at him. But also what do you think ninety nine problems about Orleans anything from like his first two albums. Is All about this stuff like I feel like they've said what they're going to say yes, this topic. Yeah, and why is it Jay z's responsibility to solve this problem? Like this is. Yeah. It's like you're structural problem people been talking about it forever. Yeah it's. and. I guess I take it as part of them try to hold on to this. Reality that's. Were trying to break it apart now but. Yeah but but it they wouldn't let happen for a long time. What do you mean the reality of like police brutality in the black community?.

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

Uncolonized

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Uncolonized

"I guess if you're like pursuing someone in like shouldn't shouldn't you always have to announce that you're the law like about to Search someone's house and why are they doing it late at night and why aren't they doing? You know what I mean like I don't I don't understand any of that because it seems like you can get into any house you really want. If you wanted to. I just it's. Just scares me I guess. The best way to put it as like. E Yes that people can argue well, she had a pastor with this person but like. She did try that what they people can argue all like I. I'm I'm used to seeing people try to justify these things like even with George Floyd look while he was on this drug or whatever, and they even did that with allies. Mcclain's saying, well, he's on drugs era and it's like she. Like She was just sleeping. There was no, there was nothing. She could do I mean weren't there bullet Years of seeing this kind of stuff I don't imagine they gave her a chance to react accordingly is watching. To your point, I was watching this youtube video of this This cop former cop talk about like he's like I can't drive down the street with A. Breaking the law it's impossible. Not to break so like the idea of. Doing everything perfect nobody does. Know and then it's like I was watching I was watching the SURF's They're like a a left lefty, youtube, YouTube channel out of out of Vancouver, and they had they were analyzing this. Same Harris video him talking about do we really have racism and it's basically Basically it's like well, black people need to worry about black on. Black Crime. And I'm just like like black on black crime is and this is where we get into is like I was. To connect to another video watch. I don't know if you saw that video where this restaurant. Ban this nine year old kid for wearing like he had a Jordan Sheridan and yes. The mother's like but like there's wearing the same thing exactly and it's and so I listened to stuff like black on black crime and stuff like that and I'm like the like the reason you have. P, crime is going to happen to you. By. The people closest to you. So the people in your neighborhood. So why people there's white on white crime whoever's close in your neighborhood is black on black crime. Now, the issue of black on black crime right there isn't isn't the fact that is black on black crime or black people are inherently evil. It's that you're dealing with de facto segregation. The fact that we have people who are..

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Today, Explained

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"breonna taylor" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:38 min | 3 months ago

"breonna taylor" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"The? We're apart these days with sharing more so at Geico. We'd like to say thanks. Thanks for sharing you savage dance moves. Thanks for sharing your diy haircut fails. Thanks for sharing your inner lip sync star. Now it's our turn to share with the GEICO give back the fifteen percent credit on car and motorcycle policies for current and new customers, because we're committed for the long haul, the fifteen percent credit last full policy term visit. GEICO DOT com slash, give back for more INFO and eligibility forgotten is a new podcast about hundreds of young women who have disappeared and tend up dead in Juarez. Mexico right across the border from El Paso. Texas, it has to worry about borders, migration and corruption. We talked to victims, families FBI agents and former US ambassador to understand why these crimes remained unsolved. Listen to forgotten women of whereas on the iheartradio. APP or wherever you get your podcasts. Well we're still in the fight for justice for Briana Taylor. That's the black woman was killed by plainclothes officers in her apartment after they broke down her door on March, thirteen in a no knock warrant Louisville. Metro police botched raid. That's what they did. Take a listen to brianna mother to Meka Palmer. Explain what happened. I am to Meka. Palmer I am the mother of Brianna Taylor Three officers on the Louisville Metro Police Department used a battering ram to knock down her door. They fired twenty two times. Eight of those bullets landed in the body of the most essential worker I will ever know. Bree was murdered by the Louisville Metro Police, department and after they killed her. They ask me if she had any enemies. No, absolutely not the story started coming out differently and people started learning the truth of what was happening in things that we wrong that night now. The whole city is mad now the whole world is. Brianna should not be dead some days. I feel like I can't breathe without her. This never happened to another family. I am Brianna Taylor's mother. Say Her name. Yeah. There's no body cam footage of what happened and sergeant, Jonathan Mattingly. Detectives Miles Cosgrove and bread. Hankinson are still on administrative paid leave while the department and the FBI investigate their actions. We're still fighting for justice, so go to Steve Harvey. FM uninstalled face now once again. This is what I go back to. We have to have mandatory sentencing for policemen. If you killed an innocent person in the line of duty. You have to do time. See if Achille. An on on person guess what happens to me as a civilian I'm going to prison. This, just a matter of how much time! If I kill a person for any reason, it doesn't matter. I'm going to do time. Police officer, and you kill an unarmed person. Damn. What you're thinking process was obviously the training has failed, or you didn't give a damn about the train. You just saw a black person. Adjust like to remind you of the black targets that's in every gun range. Every target in every gun range is black image. These are so all we all these people that are damn talk in suggesting. They bust in her house, plain clothes, detectives and shot her, and her boyfriend defended her. They dropped the charges against him for shooting an officer because he was defending his girlfriend and defending their home, but he can't really talk about the cases so many layers to this case because and they were playing close right. Yes, and they had a no knock war, yes. Which means they ain't got announced themselves right? So Now Where's to stand your ground? Right, because we don't know who you are, eggs I and you come into dose shoot. Yes yes, her boyfriend, Kenny. Yes, and no look I know I know what they're gonNA do. They GONNA. Use this as he opened file US I. I'm pretty showed us what they say. And they got no way of proving who opened fire offers. And then boom now and now here we go. Back, but you. You have to have body cam footage of everything if you don't activate your body Cam, that's a crime. That's another crying RILO! You're right. And we have to have mandatory sentencing for police officers who break laws and we as the people help determine what the laws of police officer behavior is because we're the tax payers who paid them to serve and protect. That's right, and if we're not being served and protect, why am I paying tax dollars for dude? That could kill me. He a properly trained and he races. He'll give a damn about black clouds. Black lives don't matter to police officers. Enough of them. That is foolishness. We talking about dispagne police departments. That's ignorant. All right Steve. We're going to move on eight or by defending. Live like that coming up next. We're going to switch gears with Tommy Tommy is here to make us laugh with today's prank phone call. That's coming up right after this. 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