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KGO 810

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

"Officials predict upwards of one hundred thousand Americans might die from the cold at nineteen virus outbreak Constantinopolitan was perhaps the one corona virus task force briefing that if they've heard it entirely would guard Americans for the struggle still to come this case numbers and death tolls rise it's a matter of life and death frankly it's a matter of life and death the president still not wanting a national stay home order and task force coordinator Dr Dever works suggesting the standard guidelines are still the best what would happen if people weren't careful every day to wash their hands and worry about touching their faces Bob Costantini Washington Amazon is hard worker who organized a walkout at a New York warehouse to demand greater protection against the new virus saying the worker didn't follow distancing rolls right now new York's Attorney General is calling for an investigation into the matter I'm only a Francis nearly eighty percent of Americans are under stay at home orders right now so how many of us suggesting the Michael's us an answer one way Americans are coping with the new coronavirus blues market research firm Nielsen says U. S. sales of alcoholic beverages rose fifty five percent in the week ending March twenty first Nielsen data from Credit Suisse found sales for constellation brands owner of corona or up thirty nine percent for the most recent week led by the corona family up fifty percent apparently corona beer is proving popular zoom happy hours I'm bill Michaels at Francisco will pay three hundred sixty nine thousand dollars to a freelance journalist whose home and office were raided by police we're trying to find the confidential source of a leaked report about the death of city's former public defender San Francisco Chronicle says the board of supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved the pay out to Brian Carmody after police.

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"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

"After the plane went down around six o'clock last night it goes on in the window we see patients the plane was one of two reported to be flying together in the area it was the pilot of the second plane that reported the crossed air traffic control allowing the Coast Guard to rescue the two within about twenty minutes additional video shows the pilot identified as David lash skipping the plane along the surface of the water as it crashed surprisingly no injuries to lash or his passenger TGS Terry rows of ports the crash is under investigation our first amendment coalition is suing San Francisco and may our London breed to get access to records about a controversy a police raid on a freelance journalist the nonprofit says it's seeking information on who authorized officers to search the home and office a freelance journalist Brian Carmody Carmody had sold a leaked police report on the death of former public defender Jeff Adachi for the most part the information of the warrants has been released by the coalition says the question of who is ultimately to be blamed for violating carbodies rights under California shield law is still not known a Republican group is calling on GOP senators to press ahead on election security legislation amid Russian election interference correspondent Linda canyon has the story group is called Republicans for the rule of law and it has released a series of ads meant to pressure Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to allow debate on bi partisan elections security bills but the ads.

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Nonprofit seeks more details about SFPD raid on journalist through lawsuit

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Nonprofit seeks more details about SFPD raid on journalist through lawsuit

"In a non profit open government group is suing the mayor of San Francisco in city police after failing to get access to records about a police raid on a freelance journalist of the first amendment coalition says he wants to know who within the police department authorised officers to search the home office and phones a freelance journalist Brian Carmody police were investigating a leaked

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KCRW

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Newell king. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Who should be held accountable after police? In San Francisco, rated a freelance journalist home and office. They say they were looking for information on who leaked a police report connected to the death of the city's public. Defender first amendment lawyers say the search violated California, laws that protect journalists initially many city officials stood by the raid or were silent, but his criticism increased the police chief apologized. And now the union representing San Francisco police officers is calling on the chief to resign from member station. K Q. E D, Sonia. Hudson reports two weeks after the raid on Brian Carmody is home and office. Police chief Bill Scott on Friday, apologized, and then criticized his own departments, investigators for a quote lack of due diligence in seeking search warrants. And in the way, they dealt with Carmody as a journalist. But the police union says Scott should it be blaming the investigators Tony Montovia, president of the San Francisco police officers association says Scott himself was involved in every step of the investigation, or the chief to deny any knowledge or to not claim that he had as much knowledge as he has to save his own skin to me was just unacceptable. The case has been making headlines, even before the raid, it began with the death of the city's beloved public defender. Jeff Adachi in February the next day, several news outlets ran stories with a leaked police report about the death. It revealed Adachi was at a friend's apartment with a woman who was not his wife, and that officers found empty bottles of alcohol and marijuana Gumy's, the leak enraged city officials to have that type of a maligning going on of a public official in San Francisco. It's disgusting. That San Francisco supervisor Hillary Ronen speaking at a city hearing in. April, we want a full investigation, and we want accountability a few weeks later police showed up at freelance journalist, Brian Carmody is home with sledgehammers and a search warrant, he let them in. As they searched my property. They handcuff me right away. And I was in an for the next six or seven out police took cameras computers and cell phones, everything Carmody needs to operate his business while first amendment advocates were quick to condemn the raid. City officials known to be very liberal were not. Here's mayor London. Breed few days after the raid, our role is to follow the law, and the judges ultimately make the decisions. And so, at this point, you know, I support their decision five days after the raid supervisor Hillary Ronen became the first public leader to criticize it. I just surprised that it wasn't obvious from the gecko Tobar people tested our city's values and commitment to free press, then mayor breed reversed. Course writing in a tweet, I am not okay with police raids on reporter's more elected officials quickly followed breed in criticize. The raid all the way up to Senator Kamla Harris now at breeds. Request an outside agency will take over the criminal investigation of the leaked report. Police say Carmody is suspected of being a possible co conspirator in the league rather than being a passive recipient of the documents and there are three outstanding court motions in the case, including one to unseal the application for the search warrants which could shed light on why they were approved by judges in the first place for NPR news. I'm sonia. Hudson. In San Francisco..

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"brian carmody" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Newell king. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Who should be held accountable after police in San Francisco, rated a freelance journalist home in office. They say they were looking for information on who leaked him. A police report connected to the death of the city's public defender first amendment lawyers say the search violated California, laws that protect journalists and they actually many city officials stood by the raid or silent, but his criticism increased the police chief apologized. And now the union representing San Francisco police officers is calling on the chief to resign from member station. K. Q. E D, Sonia. Hudson reports two weeks after the raid on Brian Carmody is home in office. Police chief Bill Scott on Friday, apologized, and then criticized his own departments, investigators for a quote lack of due diligence in seeking search warrants. And in the way, they dealt with Carmody as a journalist, but. The police union says Scott shouldn't be blaming the investigators. Tony Montoya president of the San Francisco. Police officers association says Scott himself was involved in every step of the investigation, or the chief to deny any knowledge or cannot not claim that he had as much knowledge of the ads to save his own skin to me was just it's just unacceptable. The case has been making headlines, even before the raid, it began with the death of the city's beloved public defender. Jeff Adachi in February the next day, several news outlets ran stories with a leaked police report about the death. It revealed Adachi was at a friend's apartment with a woman who was not his wife, and that officers found empty bottles of alcohol and marijuana Gumy's, the leak enraged city officials to have that type of a maligning going on of a public official in San Francisco's disgusting. That's San Francisco, supervisor Hillary Ronen speaking at a city hearing in April we. We want a full investigation, and we want accountability a few weeks later. Police showed up at freelance journalist, Brian Carmody is home with floods hammers and a search warrant, he let them in their guns workouts, as they searched my property. They handcuff me right away. And I was in handcuffs for the next six or seven out police took cameras computers, and cellphones, everything Carmody needs to operate his business while first amendment advocates were quick to condemn the raid. City officials known to be very liberal were not. Here's mayor London breed few days after the raid, our role is to follow the law, and the judges ultimately make the decisions. And so, at this point, you know, I support their decision five days after the raid supervisor Hillary Ronen became the first public leader to criticize it. I surprise that it wasn't obvious from the get-go more people headed our city's values and commitment to free. Press, then mayor breed reversed. Course writing in a tweet, I am not okay with police raids on reporter's more elected officials quickly followed breed in criticizing the raid all the way up to Senator Kamala Harris now at breeds. Request an outside agency will take over the criminal investigation of the leaked report. Police say Carmody is suspected of being a possible co conspirator in the league rather than being a passive recipient of the documents and there are three outstanding court motions in the case, including one to unseal the application for the search warrants which could shed light on why they were approved by judges in the first place for NPR news. I'm sonia. Hudson. In San Francisco. This is NPR news and at four forty nine let's take a look at the roadways and see what it looks like on this holiday with Ted Anthony. There was a stall reported at the bay bridge toll plaza in the far left lane, the fast track lane. But that is the case we still have the Tracy accident is eastbound to five past eleven free. That's a car that is completely off the roadway from the shoulder not causing any problems there, just a reminder, Bard is on a Sunday scheduled for today..

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"brian carmody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Newell king. And I'm Steve Inskeep who should be held accountable after police in San Francisco, raided, a freelance journalists home and office. They say they were looking for information on who leaked him. A police report connected to the death of the city's public defender first amendment lawyers say the search violated California, laws that protect journalists initially many city officials stood by the raid or silent, but his criticism increased the police chief apologized. And now the union representing San Francisco police officers is calling on the chief to resign from member station. K Q. E D, Sonia. Hudson reports two weeks after the raid on Brian Carmody home in office. Police chief Bill Scott on Friday, apologized, and then criticized his own departments, investigators for a quote lack of due diligence in seeking search warrants. And in the way they dealt with. Carmody as a journalist. But the police union says Scott shouldn't be blaming the investigators. Tony Montoya president of the San Francisco. Police officers association says Scott himself was involved in every step of the investigation, or the chief to deny any knowledge or to not claim that he had as much knowledge. He has to save his own skin to me was just is just unacceptable. The case has been making headlines, even before the raid, it began with the death of the city's beloved public defender. Jeff Adachi in February the next day, several news outlets ran stories with a leaked police report about the death. It revealed Adachi was at a friend's apartment with a woman who was not his wife, and that officers found empty bottles of alcohol and marijuana dummies. The leak enraged city officials to have that type of a maligning going on of a public official in San Francisco's disgusting. That San Francisco supervisor Hillary Ronen. Speaking at a city hearing in April, we want a full investigation, and we want accountability a few weeks later police showed up at freelance journalist, Brian Carmody home with fledge hammers. And a search warrant, he let them in guns workouts, as they searched my property. They handcuffed me right away. And I was in handcuffs for the next six or seven police took cameras computers and cellphones, everything Carmody needs to operate his business. Well, first amendment advocates were quick to condemn the raid. City officials known to be very liberal were not. Here's mayor London. Breed few days after the raid, our role is to follow the law, and the judges ultimately make the decisions. And so, at this point, you know, I support their decision five days after the raid supervisor Hillary Ronen became the first public leader to criticize it. I just the prize that it wasn't obvious from the get-go. Four people tested our city's values and commitment to free press, then mayor breed reversed. Course writing in a tweet, I am not okay with police raids on reporter's more elected officials quickly followed breed in criticizing the raid all the way up to Senator, comma, Harris now at breeds. Request. An outside agency will take over the criminal investigation of the leaked report. Police say Carmody is suspected of being a possible co conspirator in the league rather than being a passive recipient of the documents and there are three outstanding court motions in the case, including one to unseal the application for the search warrants which could shed light on why they were approved by judges in the first place for NPR news. I'm sonia. Hudson. In San Francisco..

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"brian carmody" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Every Chinese company on a going forward basis. Now this news. Live from NPR news, in Washington, I'm Jack Speer, the Pentagon for the first time says the recent sabotage of oil tankers in the Persian Gulf, and a missile launch into Baghdad's green zone were ordered at the highest levels of the Iranian government. And NPR's. Tom Bowman reports more troops missiles and aircraft are headed to the Middle East to protect US forces vice Admiral Michael day, top Pentagon, official told reporters the intelligence shows Ron was clearly behind the recent attacks other just days ago. Officials were only saying it was possible. We believe with a high degree of confidence that this stems back to the leadership of around at the highest levels, and that all of the attacks that I mentioned have been attributed to Iran. Daily lengthy explosive mines used against the tankers to Iran's revolutionary guard corps. He said an Iranian proxy force fired a missile into the green zone near the US embassy day said, US Intel. Eligible agencies are assessing, whether they can release any of the detailed information tournament NPR news Washington. President Trump says he will declassify documents related to the origins of the investigation in the links between Russia and his twenty sixteen campaign talking to reporters at the White House. Today. Trump called the investigation an attempted coup. The president said the documents could run into the millions of pages. And he said he wants to declassify FBI and CIA documents including those that might pertain to overseas contacts in the United Kingdom Trump's marks candidate after he granted attorney general William bar, new powers to review and potentially the release classified information in congress, one thousand nine point one billion dollar disaster relief package is now on hold following an objection from House, Republican chip ROY NPR's Kelsey Snell reports ROY blocked an attempt unanimously approved the legislation that passed the Senate yesterday House Democrats hope to pass the bipartisan aid package quickly today, but Texas repub-. Alikhan ship. Roy said he couldn't go along with the plan. I'm here today primarily because if I do not have checked congress will have passed into law Bill that spends nineteen billion dollars of taxpayer money without members of congress being present here in our nation's capital to vote on. It should also include money to help federal agencies address migrants, arriving at the US border with Mexico, senators decided against including those funds, because they prove too controversial, and we're holding up the broader agreement Democrats expect to have enough votes to pass the Bill when congress returns in June. Kelsey Snell, NPR news, Washington. Busier, holiday travel weekends of the years, officially underway with millions taking the highways or traveling by plane or train over the long Memorial Day holiday weekend. According to AAA around forty three million Americans are expected to travel, fifty miles or more with the bulk traveling by car. Stocks ending the week on an up note the Dow gained ninety five points today, the NASDAQ rose eight. Points. You're listening to NPR from news. I'm Tara Siler. San Francisco police chief Bill Scott says he is asking outside agencies for an independent investigation of his department and the unauthorized release of the Jeff Adachi death report report of the former public defender ended up with a freelance journalist, Brian Carmody police rated comedies house and office using a sledgehammer to bust open the front gate and cuffing journalist, Scott says he's concerned by the lack of due diligence, and obtaining, the search warrants and the possible violation of California's shield law. Meantime, the department of public police accountability is investigating the execution of the warrants and its own investigation in the release of the Adachi report earlier this week, Scott said he believes Carmody conspired with someone in the department to obtain the report. Bay area civil rights organizations are denouncing the Trump administration's plan to rollback protections for transgender people in healthcare. K cooties hoped McKinney has more. The head of the department of health and human services says they're proposing a new rule to revise protections put in place in twenty sixteen as part of ObamaCare, Chris, hi Yoshi, executive director of the transgender Law Center says the new rule could be used to deny care to transgender patients. This really is a matter of life or death. And this really is simply about being able to have healthcare to be able to be healthy to be well, and to survive in this country, the department of housing and urban development proposed a new rule this week that would allow federally funded shelters to turn away. Transgender people.

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San Francisco Police to return documents seized from reporter

Morning Edition

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

San Francisco Police to return documents seized from reporter

"San Francisco police are investigating a journalist for conspiracy in obtaining, the confidential death report of public defender. Jeff Adachi police raided the home and office of Brian Carmody last week. The rate sparked outrage from journalists groups and other first amendment advocates police chief Bill. Scott says Carmody conspired with an SFP employees. To obtain the report that shows the duchy in a poor light Vics happen, all the time people. We can't formation to the media, they get information. They, they formation, not just the media to, to, to other people who are interested the difference that we believe here is, we believe that the report across the mind, we believe that he took part in this criminal activity. Scott says the journalist was motivated by money and possible. Disdain for Adachi an attorney for Carmody declined to

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"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

"O. I am Nikki medoro. San francisco. Police say a reporter who sold information on the death public defender. Jeff Adachi may have committed crimes. Police chief Bill, Scott says they're investigating whether Brian Carmody conspired with a department employees to steal the records. I understand the journalists can receive reports dead matter for stolen or not. Crossing the line is when we believe that he was a part of that effort to get this report illegally obtained this report. That's what we're investigating is challenging the search of his home and office, as violation of California's shield law, which protects the rights of reporters. Scott says they're returning items seized during the searches but continue to investigate Carmody a judge deciding whether the search warrants were legal, contra Costa county prosecutors are forming an office to investigate wrongful. Convictions, officials say the unit and the DA's office will consider whether new evidence and information may prove that an innocent person was convicted of a crime people wanting to have cases reviewed by the conviction integrity. Unit can apply using an online form. And in Washington. The house GOP leaders pushing back against the first Republican, who has called for President Trump's impeachment. Here's correspondent saga megani? Justin Amash has stepped further than even some Democrats. And house minority leader Kevin McCarthy tells the. The AP wash is an outlier Mr. Masha. Always has a different voting records and most of is out of step with America a mosh doesn't care. I am not concerned about what have McCarthy thinks about it says GOP pressure has no influence over him fellow Republicans are furious, but have not moved to punish them. Ush even the house freedom caucus, the GOP's, most conservative group is not throwing out a Marsh. We was wanted its founding members but has not shown up for recent meetings saga megani. At the White House. The roads greatest starting in San Francisco next on your burgers on the coffee table..

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"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ten. Eleven thirty on ten. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. It's official California. He's suing to block the Trump administration from canceling nearly one billion dollars for the high speed rail project, California governor Gavin Newsom in the meantime, is creating a task force on homelessness as the state grapples with a housing crisis. He made the announcement in Oakland today. We're county officials reported last week that the number of people experiencing homelessness, increased forty three percent during the last two years. The governor says the task force will work with local governments to develop regional plans for addressing homelessness, Newsom is also proposing that the state increase spending on homelessness to a billion dollars next year. A judge has ruled at a freelance journalist who had his property seized during a police raid can get all of his stuff back. An attorney for Brian Carmody appeared in court today to make that request as well as for the search warrants that were used for the raid to be quashed. Armies home was raided, after he refused to divulge the source of a leaked police report on the death of public defender. Jeff Adachi a separate court date has been set to hear motions regarding the search warrants and Vallejo native and Morehouse college. Graduate says his graduation ceremony during the weekend was life changing Casey, rock, Amore was among those in the class of twenty nineteen who will have all of their student loans paid off by commencement speaker, Robert Smith. Smith is a CEO of vista equity partners which.

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"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

"Wherever you go warriors come from behind again to win in overtime and take the west eight o'clock cagey away ten good morning, I'm Brett burkhart. We are hearing from coach Steve Kerr after the dubs became the first team and more than fifty years to make it to the NBA finals, five years in a row five straight finals hasn't been done since the sixties since know Russel's Celtics hasn't been done for reason. It's really, really difficult. So I just can't say enough about the competitive desire of the group of players that we have your both Steph curry and Draymond green finished with triple doubles, a I in the playoffs, they'll get at least nine days rest before facing either Milwaukee or Toronto in the finals week from Friday. The San Jose Sharks could be headed into their fifth elimination game or the postseason handed the sharks left town to play game six of the Western Conference final at Saint Louis with questions about the status of captain. Joe pa- velvety, high scoring forward Tomasz hurdle in playmaking defencemen, Eric Carlson. San Jose lost all three stars to injuries during a five nothing loss at home to the blues. It's a must win for the sharks tonight beginning at five San Francisco's district attorney is joining a growing number of city officials questioning police raid on a freelance journalist district attorney George Gascons has he hasn't seen the search warrant, but absent showing that journalists broke the law to obtain the information that police are looking for he can't imagine a situation in which a search warrant would have been appropriate. Police are standing by the rate on the home of journalists, Brian Carmody after he refused to identify the source who leaked police report to him on the death of public defender. Jeff Adachi Carmody sold the information from that report to local news organizations, who then published it freedom of the press groups and others say, California shield law protects journalists from being compelled to identify sources on San Francisco supervisors have publicly condemned the rate, and while saying the search was legal oriented, Maryland and breed says it may not have been appropriate. Terry rouse reports Gus cones comments come just before comedies, attorney is preparing to ask a judge today to void the warranty and return, the item see. Seized calling the raid unlawful as the rhetoric continues to ratchet up between the United States and Iran, Iran, now wants to make clear they are not the ones being provocative Iranian. Foreign Minister Mohammad Serena says with the US adding military strength in the Persian. Gulf one wrong move could have catastrophic results having all these military assets. In a small one is in and of itself prone to accident, particularly when you have people who are interested in acted, so extreme prudence is required. And we believe that the United States is paying a very, very dangerous game re says they are not willing to talk with people who have broken their promises. There's another empty chair on Capitol Hill. Former White House counsel Don Mcgann ignored a subpoena testifying front of the House Judiciary committee. Congressman Jerry Nadler as chairman of the committee, Mcgann has a legal obligation to be here for this scheduled appearance, if he does not immediately, correct. His mistake. This committee will have. Choice. But to enforce the subpoena against says they will hold him again in contempt of congress. It was earlier this month when the committee voted to hold attorney general William barring contempt of congress for also ignoring a subpoena to testify, the DC court has delta significant blow to the Trump legal team over the president's finances rejecting another attempt to withhold the president's tax returns. Correspondent Lauren Faulk says, despite the president saying it's the wrong decision. The judge sided with congress did district judge ordering an accounting firm to turn over years of Trump's financial records to house oversight writing, quote, it is simply not fathomable constitution that grants. Congress the power to remove a president for reasons including criminal behavior would deny congress the power to investigate him for unlawful conduct Trump is appealing the decision. Mark Nieto says highway twenty four has been a mess all morning..

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"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KGO 810

"Just that Gore's fund is Steve Kastenbaum says reactions are mixed in the Big Apple New Yorkers have been quick to react with many confirming. What a recent Quinnipiac poll found that seventy six percent of New York City voters believed he should not run for. President the same poll found that his job approval rating was forty two percent. His supporters believed to Blasio's accomplishments in the city will play well with liberal voters across the country, the include universal pre-k, raising the minimum wage in criminal Justice reform, but his program for his signature issue, affordable housing has had mixed results at best, the homeless population here is at a historic high, Steve Kastenbaum, New York. San Francisco's police chief has defending the decision to raid, the home and office of a freelance journalist. Police chief Bill Scott says the rate, I'm Brian Carmody is property was part of an ongoing criminal investigation into the leak of a police report. Scott says the department of paint a legal search warrant and went through the proper channels. Mayor London breed agrees, the first amendment supporters say the rate may have violated the shield law which protects journalists refused to reveal confidential sources Carmody says police these documents and devices after he refused to divulge his source for leaked police report, he says he sold the report to local. News organizations that publish the information shortly after Dodge's death now league outrage from sun. City officials who called for the initial investigation, Agius, Terry rouse reports that gofundme page has been set up from Carmody to help replace his electric, electric devices and fund, his legal defense. And the California state Senate has rejected governor newsome's proposal to tax most residential water bills to improve drinking water systems. Instead, senators endorsed a plan to use existing tax dollars to improve drinking water and some of the states, poorest areas. The tax proposal.

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KQED Radio

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From K Q leading news. I mean, Kim state fire investigators announced today that PG California's bankrupt. Utility started the devastating campfire in Butte county last year. He acuity politics. Correspondent Marissa logos reports PG, and he has been saying for months that it to quit unlikely started the campfire last November which killed eighty five people and became California's most deadly and destructive plays within hours of its ignition. Now state fire investigators say PG NIA Queant. In fact, started to fires that day. The main blaze was caused by an electrical transmission line, a second fired knighted when vegetation came into contact with electrical lines. Amanda riddle is a lawyer representing eighteen hundred victims of the campfire who are suing any. It's confirming what we already assumed. And what we already knew quite frankly, when we filed the lawsuit the full investigation is not being made public. It was handed over to the buke county district attorney who's leading a criminal investigation into the fire. I'm Marie salon. Lagos cake news, today's news that PG knees, electrical transmission lines sparked last year's campfire broke today. While the utilities new CEO was testifying for the first time before state lawmakers Bill Johnson says when he took the job he had assumed the utilities equipment was responsible for the blaze that killed eighty five people. This is a. Disappointed that this happened. Let's not do it. Again. The utility is blamed for dozens of destructive wildfires. Johnson says PG could spend up to nine hundred million dollars on trimming and repairs to its electric system as part of its wildfire. Mitigation plan the CEO is attempting to mend tense relations. With legislators has the utility continues with bankruptcy proceedings for the first time since San Francisco police, rated a journalist home on Friday. A city official is speaking out against the search police were investigating what they call an illegally leaked. Police report connected to the death of San Francisco public defender. Jeff Adachi Kiki's Sonia. Hudson reports since Friday's raid journalists and first amendment attorneys have said the search warrants violate journalists protection laws while city officials have supported the police or stayed silent. I believe that once again, the police have gone about this completely wrong. That's supervisor Hillary Ronen. She says she doesn't think the journalists. Brian Carmody should have. The report to news outlets. But that doesn't mean that we undermine one of the most important hallmarks of our democracy. Because we don't like what this individuals doing mayor London breed along with other city officials are standing by the raid breed says journalists needs to be protected, but at the end of the day like I said to judges made the decision to issue the search warrant, and so at this point, you know, I support their decision. In a statement, the San Francisco police department said it's committed to maintaining the public's trust by investigating the leaked report. Carmody is attorney is expected to file a motion in court for the return of his belongings. I'm Sonia Hotson, Kiwi news. A new report says the bay area's restaurant industry has the highest median wage gap between white workers and workers of color in the country. Oakland city leaders say they want to change that k- acuity Kate wolf explains. A have been denied a lot of times by restaurants for server positions. That's who Elian a Mexican American restaurant worker from Oakland a middle. Always offered me. Back house positions, sisters, displeasure or blessing. Leon is one of many workers of color that a new study from the restaurant opportunity centers. United found are concentrated in less visible lower wage jobs in response to the study's findings Oakland councilmember Nikki for Toronto. Bass has said the city will work on giving recognition licensing and tax incentives to restaurants that participate in a program to improve their racial equity. So now that we have data.

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KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Brian watt. A freelance journalist whose home was raided by San Francisco police last week is expected to file a legal motion today for the return of his belongings. The raid was part of a criminal investigation into the leaked. Police report connected. The public defender Jeff Adachi Steph cake Sonia. Hudson reports Brian Carmody attorney says police took the items illegally and says the search warrants violated state laws protecting journalists from revealing their sources and the material. They collect Carmody who helps run a freelance newsgathering company says he can't work without the equipment. People wanna talk hypothetically about showing affect the media. You know, there's been large stories that have not been covered by our company directly because of of this action SF PD did not respond to requests for comment. But said in a statement on Saturday that they're committed to maintaining the public's trust by investigating the leaked report. I'm Sonia Hotson cake. You news a new report. Says the bay area has the highest median wage gap in the restaurant industry between white workers and workers of color in the country. Oakland city leaders say they want to change that can Kate wolf explained have been denied a lot of times by restaurants for server positions. That's who I'll leeann a nextgen American restaurant worker from Oakland. And they've always offered me back house positions such diswasher. Our BUSTER Leon is one of many workers of color that a new study from the restaurant opportunity centers. United found are concentrated in less visible lower wage jobs in response to the study's findings Oakland councilmember Nikki for Toronto. Bass has said the city will work on giving recognition licensing and tax incentives to restaurants that participate in a program to improve their racial equity. So now that we have.

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

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"He says increasing natural gas exports could create American jobs and help Europe reduce its reliance on Russia for energy. He also criticised democratic presidential contenders. And the green new deal proposed stimulus package to address climate change. For NPR news, I'm digging in New Orleans Mukubi be the nation's most restrictive abortion while has received final approval by the Alabama state Senate under the measure doctors who perform abortions could be charged with a felony punishable by up to ninety nine years in prison. The only exception would be if the woman faces a serious health risk the man suspected of killing one person and injuring three others in a shooting at a southern California synagogue has pleaded not guilty to federal hate crimes charges. John Ritter said already pleaded not guilty to a state murder charge. NPR's INA Jaffe reports on his court appearance. Tuesday Ernest appeared in federal court in San Diego shackled at his wrists and ankles. He spoke only twice once. To acknowledge his name and then to say, he agreed with the decision of this court appointed attorney not to seek bail. The alleged gunman is facing one hundred nine federal hate crime charges including obstruction of free exercise of religious beliefs using a dangerous weapon resulting in death and bodily injury and attempted murder. The shooting at the Kubota power synagogue left. One dead and three wounded harnessed is also charged with a hate crime for allegedly setting fire to a mosque federal prosecutor Peter coat did not say what that the government will seek the death penalty. I knew Jaffe NPR news on stock markets in Asia. Shares are higher at one point seven percent in Shanghai. From K acuity news. I'm Tara Siler the top lawyer for the National Labor Relations. Board says Uber drivers are contractors, not employees ease. The NL Rb opinion means drivers are excluded from federal protections. But you see Hastings law. Professor Vena do ball says that shouldn't impact California, right? Hailing drivers after the California Supreme Court ruled that all workers are assumed to be employee's unless the company can prove they were contractors. It does not touch the reality that in California for the purposes of income drivers should likely be considered employees ride hailing companies would likely see costs increase if they were forced to classify drivers as employee's. A freelance journalist whose home was raided by San Francisco police last week is expected to file a legal motion for the return of his belongings. The raid was part of a criminal investigation into the leaked. Police report connected to public defender. Jeff Adachi death, Kate Judy. Sonja? Hudson reports Brian Carmody attorney says police took the items illegally and says the search warrants violated state laws protecting journalists from revealing their sources in the material. They collect Carmody who helps run a freelance newsgathering company says he can't work without the equipment. People wanna talk hypothetically about chilling affect the media. You know, there's been large stories of that have not been covered by our company directly because of of this action SF did not respond to requests for comment. But said in a statement on Saturday that they're committed to maintaining the public's trust by investigating the leaked report. I'm.

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03:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Journalist whose home was raided by San Francisco police last week or demanding the department return his notes in Queant that were seized the journalist. Brian Carmody says police FBI agent searched his home and office on Friday an effort to identify the source who gave him a copy of police report with details about public defender. Jeff Adachi death earlier this year advocates are calling the incident violation of free speech rights and house speaker in San Francisco Democrat Nancy Pelosi wait in earlier today. I have always been a supporter of general being able to protect sources, I think it's very essential to freedom of the press kick these Sonia. Hudson has been following this story and Sonia. Remind us what exactly happened on Friday? So we know comes from Carmody himself. He. Told me he was sleeping about eight twenty in the morning on Friday because he works overnights and some police officers showed up at the security gate outside his home tried to break it down with sledgehammers at which point the acetate a search warrant they said that they did. And so he let them in. Here's how he described what happened next after they came into the house. There were as they searched my property, they you know, served every aspect of my home from addicts garage. They took several computers cameras and cell phones. Basically everything that Carmody says he needs to run his freelance journalism business. So do we know where this document that Carmody obtained do we know where it came from it likely came from the police department, we don't know for sure the police department has said this was illegal release of the report, and they are criminally investigating it as a potential case of struck of Justice along with the illegal distribution of confidential police material, so California has these laws that protect. Journalists. So it seems sort of surprising that something like this would happen here. I mean has this happened before? So the most recent case where the journalist ran into some issues with confidential sources in law enforcement was back in two thousand five two thousand six a journalist by the name of Josh Wolff was actually put into federal prison for about seven and a half months because he did not comply with a federal subpoena to give up some video footage that he shot that was not actually published. What's different here is that this is a search warrant side by state judge? And so I talked to Josh Wolff over the weekend. And that was the first question he asked me was this state or federal search warrant told him, it was a state one and that made him all the more worried. Anytime we have a situation where people are breaking down doors of journalists houses, a real panic button on democracy. So what are San Francisco police city officials the public defenders office? What are they saying about this? So the San Francisco. Department. I've sent them a lot of specific questions and they've had just a fairly fact-based statement. So far they've said citizens and leaders of San Francisco have demanded a thorough investigation of this leaked report. They call it in a legal leak people were really upset about the fact that this came out at all because it had some really unflattering details about the night that Adachi died. The public defenders office has said that they are pleased that the police department is looking into this. And that they think that the release of police reports in this fashion is wrong. But they did send out clarification earlier today that says, you know, nothing about this statement should be interpreted as condoning specific police tactics in this matter reduce Sonia Hudson covering the ongoing fallout after police raided a San Francisco journalists home on Friday, thanks so much. Thanks. Jeremy Jeremy Siegel this. Huey news. More of all things considered is just ahead.

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03:48 min | 2 years ago

"brian carmody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Jeremy Siegel, lawyers, representing a freelance journalist whose home was raided by San Francisco police last week are demanding the department return his notes in a quick that were seized the journalist. Brian Carmody says police FBI agents searched his home and office on Friday in an effort to identify the source who gave him a copy of a police report with details about public defender. Jeff Adachi is death that earlier this year advocates are calling the incident of violation of free speech rights and house speaker in San Francisco Democrat Nancy Pelosi weighed in earlier today. Well, I have always been a supporter of general is being able to protect the sources, I think it's very essential to freedom of the press release Sonia. Hudson has been following this story and Sonia. Remind us what exactly happened on Friday? So most of what we know comes from Carmody himself. He told me he was sleeping about eight twenty in the morning on Friday because he works overnights and. And some police officers showed up at the security gate outside his home tried to break it down with sledgehammers at which point the acetate a search warrant they said that they did. And so he let them in. Here's how he described what happened next after they came into the house, they'll guns workouts, as they searched my property, they you know, searched every aspect of my home from addicts to garage, and they took several computers cameras and cell phones. Basically everything that Carmody says he needs to run his freelancer journalism business. So do we know where this document that Carmody obtained do we know where it came from it likely came from the police department, we don't know for sure the police department has said this was an illegal release of the report, and they are criminally investigating it as a potential case of obstruction of Justice along with the illegal distribution of confidential police material, so California has these laws that protectionists so it seems sort of surprising that something like this would happen here. I mean has this happened before? So the most recent case where the journalist ran into some issues with confidential sources and law enforcement was back in two thousand five two thousand six journalists by the name of Josh Wolff was actually put into federal prison for about seven and a half months because he did not comply with a federal subpoena to give up some video footage that he shot that was not actually published. What's different here is that this is a search warrant side and by state judge. And so I talked to Josh Wolff over the weekend. And that was the first question he asked me was this state or federal search warrant I told him it was a state one and that made him all the more worried. Anytime we have a situation where people are breaking down doors of journalists houses, each are real panic button on democracy. So what are San Francisco police city officials the public defenders office? What are they saying about this? So the San Francisco police department, I've sent them a lot of specific questions, and they've had just a fairly fact. Base statement, so far they've said citizens and leaders of San Francisco have demanded a thorough investigation of this leaked report. They call it in a legal leak people were really upset about the fact that this came out at all because it had some really unflattering details about the night that adopted died. The public defenders office has said that they are pleased that the police department is looking into this. And that they think that the release of police reports in this fashion is wrong. But they did send out a clarification earlier today that says, you know, nothing about this statement should be interpreted as condoning specific police tactics in this matter get you Sonia Hudson covering the ongoing fallout after police raided a San Francisco journalists home on Friday, thanks so much. Thanks, jeremy..

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"The headline of the Washington Post has reported declined to reveal the source then police showed up at his front door with guns. Nobody's arguing that's what happened to Brian Carmody. Who was a freelance reporter here in the city the awoke last Friday to the sounds of somebody trying to break into his house. He was being rated in connection with a criminal investigation. But I mean, this is this is a big part of the the first amendment, and what a reporter be worked for the chronicle or a freelance. You have the these rights to protect your sources in this in this case it had to do with the public defender who died under strange circumstances. Jeff adashi. And now you have to ask the question what the hell were the cops thinking of ten cops to feds and a sledge hammer on his door. Brian Carmody is nice enough to talk this a little bit about right now. Brian. Hi, thanks for being with us. That's chip in Nikki. Good afternoon guys. First of all that's got to be a little disconcerting having somebody of smashed down your your door. We what time did it happen. So it happened about eight twenty in the morning. Just some info, I'm usually home asleep at that time, you know, it's not like I'm just getting up mostly I work overnights. So this is, you know, technically, the middle of the night to me, you know, think four AM for the normal person. I awoke hearing, you know, just a terrible banging sound. I've got a kind of an old iron security gate on the outside of my house. And as you've seen in that kind of conic picture now one of the officers using a sledgehammer to to try to get through the case and get that open. So that they could, you know, then sledgehammer or, you know, use the battering ram on my front door to get in my house. This is the kind of stuff they do when there's like they think coke. Cain that people are gonna flush down. Are you going to? I mean, did they know? I mean, as far as, you know, I'm assuming they had a search warrant do they have the search warrant do they know that you are a journalist? I mean, did they know what they were after. Yeah. There there's no disputing the fact that I'm a journalist, and there's no disputing the fact that they knew, you know, I, you know, hold a San Francisco police department press credential, the gentleman that is there, you know, kind of top media guy in New York, they would pull him the DC TI. But here, it's you know, I think he's a director of media relations is is a gentleman that I've known for a long time and worked on many stories with and is actually a top notch. Reporters name is David Stevenson. And you know, the the the police department has no legs to stand on to go into any courts to say that that I'm not, you know, an essence they wanted information. You had about a that. She's death, right? Right. And and to rewind a little bit, you know, early in April, very cordial visit from two officers one of them was one of the guys that came back. The other guy I've known for a long time from, you know, multiple homicide investigations, he's a very well respected longtime, you know, homicide inspector, and they you knocked on my door, and you know, flash the badge, of course, they do. And they're just tell everybody about this is about two months after dot. She had died. He died back in February. Right. This is early April. You know, just on a thirty day after noon, three o'clock in the afternoon. I invited them in offered him, you know, coffee, and you know, we sat in my living room. And they said, Brian, you know, we really need you to tell us who your sources, and you know, I politely declined, we had a very cordial. Nice respectful conversation. You know, it it's you know, they will be shook hands, and and and they left, you know, there was there was no animosity or anything. Jump in real quick for our listeners may not know. I mean, so Jeff Adashi in essence it was kind of a watchdog on police misconduct. He kind that reputation as a public defender and the the circumstances around his death. We'll get initially. It was ruled a heart attack. Right. But then details started the poor in about other things that looked suspicious to some people and two others looked possibly like suspicious in that could have been set up is that is that what we're talking about here. So one of the things that we kind of got to go back to is. Let's let's compare to what happened when our our beloved the mayor passed away, you know, Mr Lee passed away right away. We were told you know, from the very beginning. You know that he was at a store. He was shopping hid, you know, severely fallen hill quickly and. And was the fire department was summoned you know, they worked on him. They provided CPR they took him to a local hospital where they worked on him for a long time. And you know, the result was that he passed away. There was no, you know, kind of ambiguity about what had gone on from the very beginning. When Mr. Darcy's death was was, you know, discovered to basically, you know, the first thing that we were told is that this thing it happens in another city and the question the big question, of course, becomes simply where you know, what city was the in. What's city was he traveling to you know? And then who said initially said he was in another city to to to be honest with you. I don't know. I'm not sure if that was an official thing that was put out, but that was that was the information that that, you know, most of the people in the TV business were. We're working under. And I got a call from a couple of stations saying, you know, hey, were, you know, what are you hearing kind of deal, which is which is what we all do when these big stories happen. You know, we start calling our sources we start calling our our fellow journalists. Hey, you guys hear anything? What are you guys here? You know? And so, you know, we're we're kind of a very simple, you know, goal at that point. Is you know, where does this where did this take place because we need to get there? You know, we need to have our crews. You know, if it's if it's in Chicago, we need to call, you know, the CVS station needs to call the CVS station, Chicago and get somebody there, you know, then we started hearing that know it had happened in San Francisco again where but information wasn't relate to us at all. I didn't find out. I was like believe the second person that that got that information. This is long before the police report stuff got into my hands. But you know, we were we were given that address on telegraph place. I was the second journalist that got their Michael Barbara from the SF examiner was the first guy on the scene as far as I know. And you know, my job was to get there and town. Of what's going on at the seat again? We're this. We're talking to Brian Carmody who is a freelance reporter and on February twenty four th ABC seven at published his story. The after it obtained a police report and photos of Doshi's, death which included unflattering details and details that were. Again, it's did he was with somebody other than his wife have been found unresponsive with two syringes. And that may or may not have been left by paramedics. And the you know, it was an unflattering image of him. And and there was there were people that is who eyebrows went up. I think that so this real quick Bryant. But the fact that you're freelance reporter, and that they held you for six hours handcuffed without charging you with a crime that to me is that that's accurate. Right. Is there any dispute to the fact that you will have six hours in handcuffs? No, there's no dispute just feeding that at all as a matter of fact, new charged with any crime, right? No crime. No, I have not been charged with anything. I have not been threatened with any criminal charges or anything. You know, they have publicly stated that this was for their safety, which I don't really understand. They didn't seem to be concerned about their safety when they were in my home the first time. But anyway, they were concerned of of their safety. And apparently and one of the reasons took so long as for some reason, the police department didn't realize that I had an office and and a newsroom, and so while they were here, they found documents, which are, you know, build utility bills for that location, and they went and they took me there. You know? I don't wanna see against my will. But. Scott. And I had I had asked them several times to be released. And you know, the, you know, the usual usual thing, you know, my under my under arrest. No, okay. Well, I'd like to leave. Now, you can't leak, you know, you're you're you're being detained. So I had asked multiple times to go. And they ended up taking me down to my office where we waited for a second search warrant and how does it jump in here? Real quick. What kind of judge you're signing? A search warrant based on let me just go back here a little bit again, Brian. So the idea is that you apparently provided some details which left the open you can stop me here, if I'm wrong left open, the possibility that somebody had something to do with Jeff Steph, again Adachi, the former public defender, and that the police wanted to know who gave you that information that was you gave to ABC seven is that correct? I packaged a package. A freelance story for several different news outlets. And I don't wanna talk about who. Okay. With those are. But basically, I do what I do every day and package together information and video and documents, and and anything else that that a freelancer can come up with and present to to clients, and you know, they decide whether they're going to go into take the the story or not it's something that's done. You know? So I was at times a day it, thousands of news outlets vein. Let me I mean, it it seems to me. And again, stop me if I'm wrong that obviously someone within the department must have lied to the document or someone had access to this document to give it to you that you would be able to use in your package. So if seems like they're treating you as someone that's done something wrong when? It wouldn't have been yet. Right. I don't think there's any allegation that you know, I stole the documents or that I hacked the documents or anything, you know, I can I can barely get. My Email somebody's, you know, break into civil court coming up. I do not know. No. I don't understand this. I mean, I don't understand how they can kick your door down. What the warrant is looking for a New Orleans warn is is in an ongoing criminal investigation or for for something that would would stop crime. Or I part part of the problem is that these warrants are Hobbs warrants and Intel -fornia if there is confidential information in the statement of probable, cause they do not release that maybe ever or especially right away. And that is to protect, you know, confidential, informants and other things like that. So I'm not sure who the confidential informant would be in this case..

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04:37 min | 2 years ago

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"But we don't want to tell people what to think I news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine herbs. The Trump administration is adding tariffs to another three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. After the latest round of trade talks with China ended Friday with no agreement in sight is the latest esscalation and the ongoing trade battle Friday. The Trump administration boosted import taxes on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten to twenty five percent NPR. Scott Horsely has more. The president as if it's China that's getting the Bill for his tariffs. But there are numerous studies saying the cost is being born by US, consumers and businesses, and he certainly hurting US exports. You talk about the farmers now. The president's talking about using tariff revenue to offer relief to those hurting farmers. So just to be clear. President Trump is talking about taxing American consumers to buy produce from American farmers that those farmers can't sell to China because of retaliation for the president's tariffs. NPR's Scott Horsely, China is promising to retaliate house. Democrats are increasing the pressure on the White House to release President Trump's personal and business tax returns. And fierce Kelsey Snell reports the committee has issued a subpoena for six years of Trump's tax information. After treasury department secretary Steve Mnuchin failed to comply with previous requests House Ways. And means committee chairman Richard Neal sent the subpoenas to Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Radic Mnuchin. Says the department of Justice advised him the requests lacks legitimate legislative purpose, but Democrats site statutes that require the treasury department to turn over any tax returns requested by ways and means including those of the president NPR's. Kelsey Snell reporting Yemen's who the rebels are withdrawing forces from keep ports in the city of data. The group says the pelote is a result of a u n brokered peace agreement aimed at ending the country's four year long. Civil war NPR's limo. Alario has more the UN's redeployment coordination committee said the troop redeployment was the first practical step on the ground under the pact. This marks the first major breakthrough in peace efforts to end a war that has killed tens of thousands of people and brought Yemen to the brink of feminine the UN mission says it will monitor the redeployment which is expected to take place over the next four days, which is expected to take place over the next four days under the agreements pro government forces are expected to leave position. Around the outskirts of holiday the but the UN statement did not mention a similar move by pro-government forces who are backed by Saudi UAE led military coalition lemon and Pierre news in Cuba. LGBT rights activists using social media staged an unauthorized March against homophobia done several blocks. One of Havana's main roads before being stopped by police. The highly unusual March was the second by non-governmental organisation in the country a little more than a month. You're listening to NPR news from K Q E D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel. San francisco. Police say their raid yesterday on a freelance journalist home was part of an investigation into potential obstruction of Justice and legal distribution of confidential police material the journalist Brian Carmody had obtained a copy of a police report connected to public defender. Jeff Adachi is death and sold it to several news outlets. Kennedy sonia. Hudson reports, California Superior Court Judge Victor Wong. Granted the. Search warrant that led to the raid on comedies home in office. Although federal authorities were present while the warrant was executed. It was unlawful, and frankly pretty outrageous. That's David Snyder, executive director of the first amendment coalition. He says the raid violates a state law that protects journalists from being compelled to give up confidential sources, even if the source gave the journalist information that was obtained illegally so somewhere along the line. The judge was not made aware that Carmody is a journalist or he decided to disregard that I hold an SFP press credential is not news to them that I am a journalist that's comedy. He says he was detained for five and a half hours on Friday while police seized several cell phones. Computers and flash drives. In a statement. A San Francisco police department spokesperson said the police report was illegally released and they're committed to maintain the public's trust by investigating the leak public defender. Manohar Rogers said in the statement, he's pleased police are investigating. And that the report's release was wrong. I'm sonia. Hotson cake..

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