20 Burst results for "Brian Jackson"
"brian jackson" Discussed on WJR 760
"Tinted windows or it's acting suspiciously, and they cannot run the plates. I would invite that legislator to be the one that goes up to the car window and address the driver of that car. Then they've got the balls to actually. Good forthis sort of distillation. It's hard enough to find good officers now so disrespected. Bill to clarify this was not legislation. This has already been initiated by the police chief of Lansing. In cooperation with Mayor Andy Shore. This came about through the councilman named Brian Jackson and that and I don't even know if it went before the full council or who was a policy change that they initiated without council approval. But But this has already been done. It isn't proposed legislation. This is now policy in the city of Lansing. That was that was stamped by the police. It's the police chief. It's got the approval of chief Darryl Green. And you know what? They have a right to do that in there. Community. They have a right to change policy, and they do want their department to reflect the concerns the values of their constituency and that's fine. But in terms of taking this in a larger sense, and that this should be the new best practices I think we need to pump the brakes on that and really understand what the root of the biases and first let's confirm that the bias is the problem. That's because it's a little bit like the hammer being punished for the nails headache here. You've got people that are angry that they were stopped. You're blaming the officer for the traffic Stop. It wasn't a traffic stop. If you're if you're concerned about bias than confront the bias, not the means that they're using. Because that's an ineffective way of fixing the problem. We'll continue this conversation on the other side of the break. I've got another proposal that'll drive you may be a little crazy. Because the freeways are a monument to racism..
Winter storm brings snow, rain to Southwest, causing nightmare travel conditions
"A cold and blustery winter storm unleashed downpours an extensive snow fall in southern California triggering a tornado was snarling post Christmas travel on major routes Thursday National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Jackson says the storm will make its way from southern California but continue leaving ice and snow behind on system itself will blossom as it moves to the northeast from the desert southwest and there's more snow now on tap for the southern center Rockies and and moving into the Great Plains localized flooding in and David Rosen freeway lanes while snow filled the lower elevations leading the numerous traffic
"brian jackson" Discussed on AP News
"National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Jackson says brace yourself and bundle up Minnesota Iowa Wisconsin Michigan and across the plains liking including Candice 30 temperatures in the single digits it's not just the Midwest he says 300 records could be broken all the way south to the Gulf coast there could be some locations that are called for 2 days in a row in the set a record will take the cold front started in Russia basis dome of cold air came from eastern Siberia across the Arctic Ocean down Alaska Yukon and while the cold air is already here the worst is yet to come I'm Julie Walker
Like January in November: Much of US braces for record lows
"National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Jackson says brace yourself and bundle up Minnesota Iowa Wisconsin Michigan and across the plains liking including Candice thirty temperatures in the single digits it's not just the Midwest he says three hundred records could be broken all the way south to the Gulf coast there could be some locations that are called for two days in a row in the set a record will take the cold front started in Russia basis dome of cold air came from eastern Siberia across the Arctic Ocean down Alaska Yukon and while the cold air is already here the worst is yet to come I'm Julie Walker
The Kidnapping of Sherri Papini
"Thanksgiving Day November twenty fourth fourth two thousand and sixteen Keith Papina says he got up early that day and at four thirty am his cell phone rang now this call comes in and he says it's a number. He did not recognize so he didn't answer his phone. It's an unknown caller yeah then the home phone own is ringing to which he does answer the home phone and he told twenty twenty th it was his wife screaming in the background yelling his name and a police officer to which he could hear the officer telling the wife that she needed to be calm. She needed to calm down twenty two days as after she vanished Sherry papina turned up one hundred fifty miles away from her home she was found in Yolo county around four. Am I am on the side of an entrance ramp to the northbound I five highway. This is near county road seventeen a female motorist Chris Allison Sutton called police upon seeing a frantic woman roadside waving what she believed to be shirt now. Alison says she didn't stop because she wasn't certain that this whole situation was safe for her to sny she does this. Maybe a crazy person on the side of the road a second driver ever this was a truck driver he he did stop and he called police. Sherry Pechiney was found she was clothed in light gray race sweat pants and a dark gray sweatshirt. I point out what she was found in because this is not what she was wearing when she went missing there was there's also a chain wrapped around her waist and her left wrist was tether to the chain with a zip tie. According to the local papers specifically the Sacramento Bee and the redding record searchlight Sherry also had hose clamps around her ankles to which sergeant agent Brian Jackson said quote appear to have acted as pain compliance restraints is very important to understand that nearly everything anything we know about Sheri's ordeal and her release we know from her husband. Keith Sherry has never made a public statement statement. She is never she's not even appeared in public at all about this and the sheriff's office the Shasta County Sheriff's Office. They've only really addressed any of these circumstances regarding Sheri's ordeal possibly because they feel they've been forced to because of Keith's public statements we'll present what he says what key says and then we'll address. What if anything thing we actually know to be true so I'm GonNa paraphrase some of this stuff the follows but this is what Keith told old twenty twenty about Sheri's release? He says that she was bound that she had a chain around her waist. She had a bag over her ahead. He says he can't remember if it was her right or her left arm that was chained to the chain but one of her ours ars was chained to the chain and then the other hand was chained to something inside the vehicle and to be clear the interviewer wants to clarify and says this is to make sure that she didn't jump out of the vehicle to which he says yes now. He says at some point they hey cut something to free her restraint that was holding her to the vehicle then they pushed her out and they drove away Sherry had one hand hand free and took the bag off of her head and at this point. She has no idea where she is. She runs to a house to which she doesn't. I'd say she says to him that it didn't look to be like a good idea so she then ran to another building but couldn't get inside the building and that's when she chose to run to the freeway and how far away is she found from her actual home a hundred and fifty miles so quite a distance yeah and he goes on to tell twenty twenty that she's you know she's screaming. She's Coughing Ping. He says that she's coughing up blood and screaming trying to get people to stop you know get a vehicle to stop so they can help her but she tells him that she thinks that because of the chains the chain wrapped around her that maybe people thought she escaped from a prison or or escape from somewhere that you know the she was a bad person and maybe that's why they wouldn't stop so so she purposely tried to hide the chain to try to get somebody to stop and eventually we know that somebody did stop why I guess she was severely beaten as well aww she had a broken nose and she had bumps. It seemed like all over Faso that this could be an you know. I don't know if there was any dried blood blood or what the bruising situation would be but that that could startled somebody the twenty twenty broadcast they played a radio transmission that that summoned the ambulance to the scene where Sherry was found. You can hear radio chatter but what what I heard in there says attention station eight unknown medical problem. It's going to be north on. I five female needs medical attention. She is heavily battered attard. It's going to be some sort of assault now. Keith after the phone call he rushes to the Woodland Memorial Hospital this to see his wife Life Sherry. He says when he got to share his room he was horrified. He told Good Morning America quote nothing could have prepared me for what I was about to see upon my arrival at the hospital nor the details of the true hell I was about to hear my first sight of my wife in a hospital bed her her face covered in bruises ranging from yellow to black because of repeated beatings the bridge of her nose broken her now emaciated create a body of eighty-seven pounds was covered multicolored bruises severe burns Red Rashes and chain markings her signature long blonde blonde hair had been chopped off she had been branded and I could feel the rise of her scabs under my fingers and quote the Shasta County Sheriff's office well their information has been much less detailed than that of her husband and authorities actually expressed frustration that Keith revealed so much information to the media right because this is ongoing investigation so he says that her her injuries the way he describes it. This is pretty severe stuff right. Yeah the the thing that would kind of go against that is is this regarding the severity of her injuries. Sherry Pechiney was released from the hospital and went to a hotel hell with her husband that same day right and this according to the sheriff she was treated for her injuries and released just as someone would be see if they had sprained an ankle. That's what the Sheriff said Yeah but the Sheriff did say that they were were ecstatic to report fort that Sherry did she was located and had been reunited with her family right in but to be on the side of Keith and his wife look at some of these brutal. UFC fights people go five rounds twenty five minutes of punching each other in the face and kickin each each other in the shins and these guys barely can walk out of the octagon their faces look to form. They look awful. During the press conferences they go get checked out by the doctor and then they're they're sat away. The investigators from the Major Crimes Unit did speak with Sherry. This was briefly in the hospital and then they he did question her at length five days later after she recovered from these injuries. According to Sheriff Saco Sherry was quote. Oh cooperative and courageous in the intense and traumatic interviews with investigators he said Sherry reported the following. She said that she was abducted by two Hispanic women in a dark colored. SUV with large rear windows she had no other description of the vehicle goal and she could not identify on any video surveillance footage taken in the area around the time of her abduction note that the sheriff's chiefs office never came out and said that Sherry was definitely abducted while on her run we know that to be believed to be the case ace by her family beforehand all right. So what else have we done. Sherry only gives the officers a let's say vague description seven of her abductors right and she went on to tell police that she avoided looking at them so they would not beat her and that her head was covered for or some of the time that she was held captive and we don't know how dark it was in this place or anything yeah yeah there again. We have vague descriptions of everything because we're hearing this. This is what Sherry tells the police and this is what they have chose to release to to the public. She says that one of the women note. She says that she was abducted by two women one of the women had a long curly hair are thin eyebrows and pierced ears. She had a thick accent and she appeared to be between twenty and thirty years old about five foot put five inches tall suspect number two according to Sherry was older. Maybe forty to fifty years of age about five afoot seven and had straight black hair with some gray she had thick eyebrows and pierced ears both were armed with handguns John's. She said that the kidnappers drove for about two and a half hours non. Stop on the first day. The kidnappers spoke Spanish most of the time the female captors were the only two people with whom Sherry had contact with for the duration of her captivity but Sankoh confirmed this she was bound with this restraints when she was found and Jackson the other officer said that Sherry had been branded on her right shoulder older after and appeared battered and bruised they they actually think this branding was something like actually said something yeah yeah. The description I read was that the brand appeared to be a message rather than a symbol but whatever it is. It's unclear what it what it's intended the to be. I think they know what it is or at least the the rumors that I heard is they know what the messages they're not releasing that to the public okay I I had saw that it was illegible. They couldn't make anything out of it but I don't know that to be true so I don't Wanna I don't WanNa steer anybody the wrong the other way I mean that's pretty creepy that somebody would brand you and not just brand new with some symbol but some type of message Sherry told investigators is that she was not sexually assaulted. we do have investigators. That Dick did confirm that Sherry's hair was shoulder length when she was found now. I do want to point out that a lot of people suspected Sheri's exceedingly long hair was actually extensions that were may have just been removed. the the thing here to give the best description to those out there listening is that when she was found her hair was not what I would call short. It was just shorter it was it was shoulder length at the time now Sherry told detectives that just before she was released she could hear her captors. Having an argument it followed by a gunshot she said the younger of her abductors then took her from the room where she was being held captive drove her down a winding road and dropped dropped her off near interstate five a be on the lookout immediately went out for a dark colored SUV with two Latino Tino women but everyone acknowledged that in California that description well it didn't go very far on the day after Sherry was found her sister held a press conference and she was reading a statement that was prepared by Sharee and Keith
"brian jackson" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Forty two degrees. Middleborough police now say report of an attempted abduction. And the town earlier today is not true police received the report from a woman who claimed a man tried to drag her into his van shortly before one pm today. She told police use able to escape and call for help Middleborough police chief Joseph Perkins says after investigation into the woman's story. Police have determined that her claiming of an attempted abduction was untrue and never happened. Police have not publicly identified the Twenty-seven-year-old Middleborough woman who made the report no charges have been announced the elderly town clerk of Marian has been indicted along with another man for allegedly stealing money for the refuse disposal district. They both used to work to work for eighty five year old town clerk, rape pickles is accused of stealing over six hundred and ten thousand dollars while he was the executive director of the Carver Mariam Marian and Wareham regional refuse district pickles allegedly set up a secret Bank account to use the disk. Strict money to pay off personal credit cards. He also allegedly made a sixty five thousand dollars payment to district board chairman, Robert Tinkham who has also been indicted, a fugitive from Justice Justice connected to a child rape out of Fall River has been arrested in goodwater Alabama. Brian Jackson who had been a fugitive since last may was arrested last week following an extensive investigation by the Massachusetts state police later contacted officials in Coosa county, Alabama Jackson will return to Fall River. And we'll be arraigned in Fall River district court on charges of two counts of rape of a child. Three counts of indecent assault and battery of a person under fourteen and one count of assault and battery of a minor Jackson allegedly repeatedly raped the young female child while he was living in Fall River. And democratic presidential candidate. Elizabeth Warren is embracing the role of underdog in the early months of the democratic race. The president four president Warren is facing tough questions about fundraising and elect ability along with lingering scepticism about her past claim to native American identity. But the Massachusetts Senator tells the Associated Press that it's the race. She wants to run and that a decision to skip high dollar fundraising events is about meeting rank and file voters. The sixty nine year old democrat remains in the middle of the pack in early polling in sports, the Celtics host the nuggets tonight at the TD garden. The Bruins play the islanders tomorrow night at the Nassau Coliseum.
"brian jackson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Slash McAfee fantasy football. We'll probably be doing a little bit of a leak. You sign up. Y'all who McAfee fantasy football, probably gonna chance play against somebody in his office. Probably probably will be me probably not. Well, there's a chance they're still that probable probably causing there. I love the NFL season. I absolutely love it and also people that are great at what they do great at what they do. We're joined by a man is going to be the next goat, then that's got to be a pretty good feeling and chatting within was a lot of fun. Pittsburgh Steeler fans. You're not gonna love who he plays more, but I think you'll love the person after this interview. This guy's from the Baltimore Ravens. He is incredible whatever. He kicks a football. It's impossible not to be impressed. The ball flies far. The ball flies straight. He always looks good, great swag, good dances. He can sing like a motherfucker. Ladies and gentlemen, Justin Tucker. Wow, what an intro. Thanks, Pat. Hey, I tried brother. I try to give you a proper intro for what you've been able to accomplish. It's becoming a Baltimore raven. Has the NFL just been everything you could possibly dream of or is it? Do you make it look a lot easier than it is. Well, you well know it's one of those things where you work your, you work your ass off and you just hope that it pays off. If you got great teammates around you like like I got with Ordine Cox, Sam, cook, and everybody else that makes us thing to when when he got those things going for you, the Balkan almost kick itself. But yeah, man, like, you know, number four tail off and put one foot in front of the other, take it one at a time in every other cliche in the book, and somehow it turns into three points. Do you hate to trick shot kickers on the internet as much as I do? Absolutely. I do. Yeah. 'cause like, 'cause I get tagged and you know, I, I'm not like big into like, you know, reading mentions or comments or whatever, but every once in a while like that, you know that that one trick shot will pop up and I'll be tagged in it. And it's a guy saying, you know, kicking a ball into this one. This one like you kick the ball into a trash can. It was actually really impressive. You know, from like the upper level of a stadium and you know he tags me, he's like your move and like dude, I'm kinda busy at an. That's Brian Jackson. He's a good guy actually, but I hate all these jets. I hate all these trick shots because they sit there for six hours and I'm like, if you guys would do this just trying to kick field goals, you might be in the NFL. Did you hit the nail on the head man and like like, like we said in it is impressive. Like some of these, you know, like dude, like spend the ball from off the ground with with his feet, kick it through for like thirty yards. I'm like, I mean, maybe yeah, could probably do it, but you know, it probably taking me like fifty takes to get right. So who knows how how'd you become the singer, this opera singer. This is one of the most wild things I've ever in I- in it's an incredible talent. I will say that every time an opera singer comes on, America's got talent. I go. Oh, that's really impressive. I would never listen to it again. Right. And now Tucker, you're of a younger generation to me and you have this beautiful opera voice, but I just don't know how somebody gets into that. I have no idea how you get like, yeah. How do you find that? Are you just in the shower and you're like, no, mom, I think I'm singing better than everybody else in a fucking shower. I got this opera voice, like how fall into being an opera singer. Well, I'll try. I'll try to. I'll try to explain it as simply as possible. If you've seen the movie else will Ferrell talks about. It's just like talking, you just yell and you move your voice up and down. And that's basically what I do. Like like, seriously, I got into, you know, like the fine arts side of, or you know, I got into the.
"brian jackson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The phone gps now i had my phone your phone i owned it and the whole nine yards right fact that makes the judge said it doesn't it was doesn't matter if it's a phone or a gps right the handheld device i wonder what defines in your hand as well i mean if you're really going to get particular if you have people try to fight it but that that it was laying next to them and they were just maneuvering is they were each handling it but the judge wasn't by it was a state state law it wasn't a township law any new jersey state well they wanted the money that's all linda thanks for your call and of course now instead you see people looking down at the time because they don't want to be spotted with the phone in their hands and they put it in their lap more distract and that's more dangerous though because the law in a sense is dangerous in that unless you're complying and many don't right you're you're taking your eyes more away from the road and the whole point of the law is so that your eyes don't leave the road and this has just become such an addiction for people and everybody gets mad at the other guy for doing it but it seems like everybody does it because you're feeling like well you're the one who could handle it but that jackass over there he's going to cross the yellow line and come at me head on everybody else sucks right exactly brian jackson your new jersey one on one point five hey guys how you doing okay i heard this i was actually talking on the phone short com comedy other way i had ordered a pizza dinner this guy wanted but earlier in the day sure my console of my truck i had an old cellphone right now i don't know probably the fastest thank you get in my life yeah i mean why phones between the konczal no upside down and he said you're on your phone no sorry i wasn't you know i saw you on your phone you had a career i said no i had my hands up by my son and my head i was just reading my head on my here he goes no you call me i should start here's my phone and handed him the phone i just turn it on check the call lot it's fun i you can't turn it on eight thousand work the batteries dead wow you just look like you're out of here he in the truck and then the phone rang the real one i imagine brian thanks for calling new jersey one oh one point five steve trevelise everybody is talking about this and when everybody's talking about it we are talking about it on new jersey one point five monday.
"brian jackson" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Now meanwhile in kansas legislators obtained multiple affidavits that allege that detective roger golob ski had a long history of coercing sex from black women in kansas city this led to a similar result here's reporting by usa today new bill in kansas was signed into banning police officers from having consensual sex with people in custody according to the wichita eagle before the bill was passed kansas was one of thirty three states that did not specifically bar police officers from consensual sexual activity during the course of a traffic stop a custodial interrogation an interview connection with an investigation or alone for smith officer has that person detained articles on the bill note that lawmakers on both sides of the aisle embrace the change saying it was long overdue and finally at the end of may the louisiana legislature unanimously passed a similar bill like another states there seems to have been a clear impetus this one involves sorrento police chief irl theory oh judge brian jackson sentence former sorta police chief terry twenty four months probation now just before hitting out the senate's he did tell tario that he could face anywhere between zero to six months of prison time but at the end of the day he ended up working away facing no prison time now take a look this is earl tario walking into federal court this morning with his attorney at his side terry was facing a maximum of five years for lying to federal authorities he later admitted to taking eight drunk and back to office when he was chief and forcing her to perform sexual acts as part of his plea deal tario resigned from the force today in court.
"brian jackson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Would accept the government's concession several union said monday they would start demobilising their blockades but needed a few days to talk to members this is npr news tribal leaders in the us and canada say wyoming's approval of grizzly bear hunting outside yellowstone national park later this year strikes a devastating blow to indigenous communities nikki of montana public radio reports more than one hundred seventy tribes are signatories to a treaty among native peoples to protect grizzlies an animal they consider sacred brian jackson counselor of the picante nation in canada offered an alternative to wyoming's hunt of up to twenty two bears same gold up beasley behind it for by the state could easily be trapped and relocated lance under sovereign tribal authority a us fish and wildlife service removed endangered species act protections for grizzlies near yellowstone last year tied say they weren't adequately consulted and that removing the bears federal protections opened new lands for oil and gas development for npr news i'm nikki will let the vegas golden knights skated to a wild six two four victory over the washington capitals in game one of the stanley cup final on monday night in las vegas game two of the best of seven series is wednesday night also in las vegas the two teams that will play in the nba finals are now determined the golden state warriors beat the houston rockets in game seven of the western conference finals one oh one to ninety two monday night the defending champions will appear on their fourth nba finals in a row facing the cleveland cavaliers who advanced on sunday night the warriors host game one of the finals on.
"brian jackson" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"She here night who was a very very top aide at the nec we scooped at the top of playbook today she was the key administration official on tax reform is looking to leave the white house now as larry cudlow cubs in there was a lot of inks build about how cut low was going to keep most of the nec staff that doesn't seem like it's going to be the case especially with night was literally top nec staffer when it comes to economic policy so that's something you could talk to him about i just made it on my notes for larry who's coming into our number three now the reason i brought up brian jackson to start i think they're buttoning down the pruitt story and by the way off the record with a senator yesterday i was told these are all votes to false these are all rookie errors were not going to run scott pruitt outta town you define guy doing the job the president's behind him it's a non story i think they're setting it up i really do the jeff sessions goes and scott moves to the office under the vacancy act as mick mulvaney move to replace the the the vacuum at the head of the consumer financial protection agency because i think trump's had it with sessions and rod rosenstein last night when he just completely late into bulk of them i do think removing sessions would be problematic for him politically with in the senate he i understand they can act allows pruitt leeway to take that job but i think people are going to see that as i don't want to say obstruction of justice but they're gonna see that as a direct result of direct fallout of this investigation that has being obviously overseen by rod rosenstein but he pretty much said the reason i'm upset with sessions is because he recused himself he'd never should have done that but if he dumps them i think that's gonna be a problem for republicans on capitol hill i'm not saying they're gonna impeach the guy i just think that's gonna put senate republicans and house republicans in a really tricky position so you can't catch muller i'm of the opinion you cannot touch molar that's the third rail on the other hand.
"brian jackson" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Awesome but then it occurred to me it is probably the sound of nordic wild ice skating yes fill you are correct this is yes this is somebody that skating on a a black ice pond of a very very freshlyfrozen pond they wait until the ice gets to ju just the right thickness and if the conditions have to be right but the isis is you don't wanna say perfectly smooth but it doesn't have that wind swept look to it it looks black and in this video that a lot of people actually did see and in wrote me and be honestly i did actually you know this was probably the worst one i ever did because more people guess to write that anything else but it doesn't matter i really enjoy it when people get excited a lot of people wrote in and said oh my god i knew what it was in the you know there were like talking about you know what they thought about it which is a lot of fun for me the bottom line is that this video clip that i got this from had so many different sounds in it from this one activity it depended on how how far away the microphone was it dependent on how gresley the skater was skating and there was a lot of noise happening or affects on the noise depending on the surrounding areas so if the guy was closer to the shore i noticed that the sound changed versus if he was on by deep water wonderful a wonderful sound really interesting and it does sound like a mammal or some type of creature or frog is making the noise but it isn't it's just a guy ice skating there's lots of details about this style of skate and all that and of course it's dangerous you should skate on thin ice of course but that's what they're doing and it's kinda pretty to see the video as well so i i suggest that you look it up that was great thank you brian jackson for sending in that noisy i really enjoyed it.
"brian jackson" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"Whoa of sewer pelvis one does you know that kind of thing so eat wasn't uey that david to us at the time croatian editor jogs had entered the seed i'm not changed everything people were getting up off i doubt the ads returning to work return to whitest productive citizens it was real reason for hong again as a little last thing people wanted to do is get up in sugar bunch of high school kids are junior high school kids are community college kids and talk about how miserable their lives were with hiv when in fact we were starting to live going lives again but that's what was most important that's what we run participation so urges was because you can't tell by looking know you know the joke his new you walk into a gay bar you can power these young guys or if they have a really good looking ron china you know retake gerald ourselves right are but we were walking around with this and you know as i grew signs of telling my audiences you really shocked show why work and that's why i saw it with some court sherry that message out to put a human cliches or what at that time was a share a story the serious disease we also sat down and spoke with brian jackson who story you heard a little bit of last week he was infected with hiv when he was only eleven months old after his father afl bottom est intentionally injected him with hiv infected blood in an attempt to avoid paying child support which is just the most unfathomably evil thing i can even think of nia and he is now his father is now serving a life sentence in prison for this act yeah rather grindrod wrong or what i would remember monthsold my father river or bottom otter ought at old decided that euro each arguing the blood and then inserting objectively with hiv virus open our die off in england putt hr report uh mike rival or in the picture or bottom longer or my mom don't worry about repechage support which are not gonna they're blog even think anything about that.
"brian jackson" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"The the thing that they can do that is even easier than that rather than i mean i i wouldn't fault b l emmett they started going into the neighborhoods of chicago and trying to help you know steer kids the right direction but imagine if black citizens and neighborhoods merely began to cooperate more with the police and have a pro police attitude when they saw something going wrong they called the police and said so and so's down there dealing drugs one of the one of the acts that actually brings about a lot of violence in american cities that alone would make a gigantic different sarlat if they if they did that the democrats would simply not agree with them they would no longer be a great political tool for them to use let's go to michael in virginia michael thanks for listening on wchs v what's on your mind on the first amendment friday night oh arafat had all earlier today luke maye dawn oh my god was invaded the up so so this if we had it invading army would open it up all players protesters taking the oath today or the country and our own home perfect west what do you think the answer would be uh i think that they would be i think it would be good oh what a what a other you're probably right and i think sadly it's amazing that during many of the big conflicts this country's been involved in all americans stepped up and they said we will do what we have to defend our country in this case you're probably right we'd get a split vote and that's a sad commentary on what's going on in this country let's go to john h john its first amendment friday what's on your mind a john now that sounds like hopeful may have died let's go to dawn instead hey don welcome to the program what's on your mind well i just heard you talk about judge rule that uh the black lives move with obote met and i wonder how that would uh laid out in the kkk or um a group that they despise that's a great question because i would imagine part of what judge brian jackson decided was that b l aim he said was.
"brian jackson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is all things considered from npr news i'm michelle martin you might be hearing black lives matter invoked in one way or another when people talk about various protest movements in the news but a federal judge concluded this week that black lives matter is not a formal entity and that means it cannot be soon good npr's vanessa romo has this report so what exactly is black lives matter according to u s district judge brian jackson if the social movement much like the civil rights movement or even tea party ism that's why jackson thursday dismissed a lawsuit filed by a baton rouge police officer who was injured in a deadly protest last july i'm happy that this was dismissed of the judge ruled there the move man can't be sued because the move may as an entity wasn't started by any one two or three people that is civil rights activist and organize our derain mckesson who was also being sued for allegedly being in charge of the protest and inciting violence act relations the judge also throughout saying mckesson was simply exercising his first amendment rights in fact mckesson explains the movement began as a call to imbalance of that that call remains true today so the only recently were in the street in baton rouge in baltimore ferguson was real response to the violence of the police activists launched the black lives matter our hashtag about four years ago after the shooting of trayvon martin but he quickly found its way into the streets and expression of frustration and anger against police brutality and social injustice mckesson says there's a long tradition of people trying to use the courts or any other mechanism to silence organizing activists that i new in the 24 page catch meant judge jackson wrote that the attempt by the anonymous police officer to bring suit against a social movement and a hashtag evinces either a gross lack of understanding of the concept of capacity or bad faith the officer said he filed a suit anonymously because he fears for his life so he's identified in the lawsuit as officer john doe he's white in his forties and has worked in three different departments over eighteen years he spoke to us about the ruling our guest the before the.
"brian jackson" Discussed on WLOB
"The jury in the judge as i like the swing through the jungle of knowledge a judge has ruled that black lives matter cannot be sued and this is gonna anger some folks but i understand what were the judges come from judge us district judge brian jackson this missed an officer's lawsuit this officer had the anonymously sued black lives matter and durant mckesson an activist in the movement after being injured by a rock thrown during a protest over a deadly police shooting in baton rouge last year and the judge dismissed the officers sousse and ruled the black lives matter is not an entity capable being sued these says although many entities have utilize the phrase black lives matter in their titles or business designations black lives matter itself is not an entity of any shorts it's a movement it's like tea party you can go use of the tea party patriots or a tea party for america or whatever but that's not the tea party that somebody calling themselves deported the tea party movement he said it's like the civil rights movement or any other movements you can call yourself the civil right it's coalition but if somebody gets hurt in a riot because they're fighting over civil rights you can't go back to somebody who was named themselves that and make them responsible i i see where the judge is coming from now mckesson lose the baltimore residents says it's clear that i did nothing wrong that day and that the police were the only violent people in the streets he said after learning of the judge's ruling the movement began as a called in violence and that call remains the same today the officer also attended the black lives matter as a defended describing it as a national unincorporated association based in california the judge ruled that a hashtag can't be sued either so and i understand this the officers frustration but this is i don't agree with the movement and i think they're marxist at their base but i don't see how you unless there's somebody from black lives matter who was there inciting the riot and that person you can probably sue but i don't know i just thought that.
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"That they can do that is even easier than that rather than i mean i i wouldn't fault beal emmett they started going into the neighborhoods of chicago and trying to help steer kids the right direction but imagine if black citizens and neighborhoods merely began to cooperate more with the police and have a pro police attitude when they saw something going wrong they called the police and said soandso's down there dealing drugs one of the one of the acts that actually brings about a lot of violence in american cities that alone would make a gigantic difference are no it if they if they did that the democrats would simply not agree with them they would no longer be a great political tool for them to use let's go to michael in virginia my goal thanks for listening on wchs v what's on your mind on the first amendment friday night oh arafat had earlier today your numbered at lukeni at eighty or at dawn oh my god was elected invaded yup so so this if we had an invading army would open it up all play a protester hake in the old days early country and our own home that serve at quest what do you think the answer would be uh i think that they would be i think their workers well it i think you could arab ally or whatever it would have other i think you're probably right and i think that sadly it's amazing that during many of the big conflicts his country's been involved in all americans stepped up and they said we will do what we have to defend our country in this case you're probably right we'd get a split vote and that's a sad commentary on what's going on in this country let's go to john hey john its first amendment friday what's on your mind hey john that sounds like hopeful may have died let's go to dawn instead hey don welcome to the program what's on your mind well yeah i urge you talk about how it's judge rule that uh black lives move quickly obu and i wonder how that would play out at that didn't aka or some eight group that they despise that's a great question because i would imagine part of what judge brian jackson decided was that beyond them he said was not an in tizi.
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"Safety of vaccines on its website you've heard the pse on the radio i'm sure home it was a terrible time we were afraid to go out and then one day and then one day and then one day there was a cure a vaccine vaccinate your children you for them okay so i i'm i don't know out we had our kids vaccinated i got bags i don't have a problem with that i understand that some people do when they think that what was the chicks named the playboy that she was real big on there was the j mccarthy yes she was real big on that anti vaccine thing this is really o one of those weird move months it it started in hippie town then a crossed over the conservatives were on board to she got both sides of the spectrum you know it's got a strange thing i am quite honestly i'm not a medical person i haven't done any research on it so i cannot tell you whether these anything to all this are not at all no i don't know i think you'll when we see some i do this is sounds kind of kooky but then if i'm sitting here telling you i don't know i can't tell you it's kooky because i don't know so i'll just lied then i mean we could have a discussion on it but i don't know so we'll move on to something i do so that's all they were that i don't think anybody really know what either so that's the problem this you know the jury's still out as as they say speaking of the jury in the judge as i like the swing through the jungle of knowledge a judge has ruled the black lives matter cannot be sued and this is gonna anger some folks but i understand what were the judges come from judge josh us district judge brian jackson this missed an officer's lawsuit this officer had anonymously sued black lives matter and diriye mckesson so uh an activist in the movement after being injured by a rock thrown during a protest over deadly police shooting in baton rouge last year and the judge dismissed the officers sousse and ruled the black lives matter is not an entity capable being sued he says although many entities have utilize the phrase black lives matter in their titles or business designations black lives matter itself was not an entity of any swords.
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"The organisation for economic cooperation said developments scale back its economic growth forecast for india two six point seven percent after the two thousand eighteen fiscal year down from seven point three percent projected earlier this year other organisations in banks have made similar downward revisions economists have said the country needs to maintain at least an eight percent growth add enough jobs for some twelve million young people joining the workforce every year rear a federal judge in louisiana has ruled against an anonymous police officer trying to sue black lives matter the unnamed baton rouge police officer brought the suit after he said he was hit by a rock like objet and suffered serious injuries during protests over the police involved too in debt parts sterling a thirty seven year old man who was shot dead officers pinned into the ground in two thousand sixteen the officer sued black lives matter and associated activists do ray mckesson who the officer claimed in court documents incited the violence the officer said the qessan and the movement should have known that the physical contact and demonstration that they staged would become violent middle district of louisiana chief judge brian jackson dismissed the suit against mckesson and black lives matter in dropping black lives matter from the suit jackson wrote that it represents a social movement that lacks the capacity to be sued the court also notes that plaintiffs attempt to bring suit against the social movement and a half tag envisages either a growth lack of understanding of the concept of capacity for bad faith according to jackson in a proposed amendment the officer tried to add hashtag black lives matter to the suit addressing the captain's role in the protests and subsequent lawsuit jackson wrote the activist was exercising his constitutional right to association and that he solely engaged in protected speech at the demonstration that took place in baton rouge mckesson told cnn that the lawsuit indicates existing problems in the city all of this highlights the need for deep deep changes in the city of baton rouge mckesson said it is not a new tactic people try to use the courts to silence activists and organizers the top democrat on the senate intelligence committee said he was deeply disappointed by twitter executives presentation.
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"The first person on a campaign ever taken meeting to your info about an opponent went nowhere but had to listen and quote the russian government denies it had anything to do with a meeting trump junior and soninlaw jared kushner had with natalia vessel on its sciutto andy even denied she has any contacts in the kremlin trump jr tweets he'd be happy to tell the senate intelligence committee what he knows about the meeting he had in june 2016 at trump tower trump jr is not a government official but soninlaw jared kushner is and reportedly did not disclose his participation in initial ethics forms bob costantini the white house flights into and out of the three major airports in washington area back to normal this morning after being disrupted for hours last night after constructionrelated has met situation in northern virginia potentially toxic fumes forced the official forced fire officials to evacuate an faa air traffic control facility in leesburg the result was flight delays or cancellations at reagan national dulles and bwi but temperatures likely reach the upper 90s today and again tomorrow and that's not the end of it says national weather service forecaster brian jackson right now thursday looked to be the hottest day but you know that wouldn't rule out friday be pretty darn up to busy of course historically the hottest time of year in washington the complete wsb israel weather channel forecast is just ahead in the days following the shooting at the congressional baseball practice an alexandria were heard from lawmakers concerned for their safety now comes new information to back up there fear capital police have already investigated more threats to members of congress in the first six months of the year than in all of 2016 and as a corner and a house sergeant arms paul irving the number of threatening communications to lawmakers has already reached about nine hundred fifty last year us capitol police investigated 900 to such communications the federal elections commission side of the numbers in a memo on its website it's currently weighing irving's request for lawmakers to use campaign funds for secure thirty maria leigthon wmal and.