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Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough
"Movement to limit the no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Rianna Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? As legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. I was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that. No. Three times he starts warning. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing hitting the door wants saying officers than using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired. Got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers. And that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night. But outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR NEWS.
Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough
"The no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Briana Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? But as legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that. Much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. Somebody was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that three times he starts warming. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing Hitting the door once saying officers then using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers, and that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night, but outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive. 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR news.
Ex-cop charged in Breonna Taylor raid sued for alleged sex assault
"Cop involved in the fatal shooting on Briana Taylor is now being accused of sexual assault lawsuit has been filed against former detective Brett Hankerson, claiming he allegedly used his police uniform and secondary nightclub job as mechanisms to prey on innocent women, some of them decades younger than him. Lawsuit charges him with assault and battery. So far, no comment from Hankinson nor his lawyers. He was among the officers that executed a raid on Briana Taylor's apartment last March, where gunfire erupted, killing the 26 year old e R technician. Hankinson was fired for his role in the shooting only pleaded not guilty to a charge of once on endangerment is internal Police file notes that he had at least 50 public integrity unit investigations to which included allegations of sexual misconduct.
Hundreds gather in West Philadelphia to protest police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr
"Featured another protest here in Philadelphia. This one was passionate and there were no incidents. Unrest in Philadelphia now. Special coverage on came W news radio. It was a massive turnout. On Saturday afternoon, hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets marching past police in riot gear. They were gathering for a peaceful protests over the police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr on Monday in west Philadelphia, with more on their message. Hey, y w said, ask who's nuts. While many Shambo was among hundreds of protesters who gathered here on Malcolm X Park amid outrage over the death of Walter Wallace Jr. The message when I get across in the black community is not being treated fairly, and that's been happening for years, Protester Kendall Simmons was here in the park, waving a giant black lives matter Flag. This isn't about West Philly. This is about everyone. West Philly is just a hotbed for it right now because we just experienced the recent murder. And that's why Lyle Harrison with Socialist alternative says that speakers combined the message of Walter Wallace Jr with protesters. Man to defund the police taking down this oppressive system That's shop. Briana Taylor shot Walter Wallace model Bree and all like dozens and dozens and dozens of innocent people, Simmons says they want money that set aside for police resource is to go towards social services instead, just looking here right here, they're forced to stand on the sidelines like machines waiting for something to go wrong and so grab somebody or scoop up the wrong person. It's it's not right in West Philly had often went over you news radio.
Louisville Police Officer Files Lawsuit Against Boyfriend Of Breonna Taylor
"Who was shot during the box narcotics radar, Briana Taylor's apartment, as filed a countersuit against Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker. Searching. Jonathan Mattingly claims in the suit that Walker committed battery assault and intentional emotional distress. Walker is a licensed gun owner who said that he believed intruders had entered the home. He filed a civil suit against the city and the Police department last month. You're listening to use a radio news
Louisville cop shot during Breonna Taylor raid files suit against her boyfriend
"Jonathan Jonathan Madeline Madeline was was shot shot in in the the leg leg during during the the deadly deadly raid raid that that killed killed Briana Briana Taylor. Taylor. Now Now he's he's filed filed a a lawsuit lawsuit against against Taylor's Taylor's boyfriend, boyfriend, Kenneth Kenneth Walker, who fired the bullet, they say Walker says police kicked in the door without identifying themselves ABC Steve Austin. Sami has more. Walker isn't the only person who says he didn't hear police announced themselves. This was an apartment complex, and there were other neighbors who say they didn't know that these were the police, either. This is an unfortunate and tragic case that will now Drag through the courts. There is still a question of who fired the shot. Forensic evidence hasn't been able to prove that Walker's bullet hit Mattingly, according to published reports. Walker's attorneys overnight say that they are shocked and this is the latest in the cycle of Police aggression, deflection of responsibility and obstruction of the fax visitation is today for Corporal and MacMillan. The funeral tomorrow is private. Today the family will receive Mourners from 1 to 5 o'clock. At Spring Grove funeral homes on Spring Grove Avenue, the 19 year veteran of the family of the county Sheriff's Office here in Hamilton County will be laid to rest. Tomorrow at Arlington Memorial Gardens after procession that begins around noon on Spring Grove Avenue this
Officer sues Breonna Taylor's boyfriend over emotional distress
"Involved in the deadly shooting A Briana Taylor has filed a civil suit against the 26 year Olds boyfriend for emotional distress, assault and battery on the night that she was killed. The lawsuit claims that Louisville Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly experienced severe trauma, mental anguish and emotional distress because of Kenneth Walker's actions on March 13th Mattingly in two other officers entered Taylor's apartment early in the morning with a warrant in an attempt to carry out a drug investigation. Walker, a licensed gun owner, said he thought that the officers were intruders, and he allegedly fired a shot hit Mattingly in the leg. Police opened fire, killing Taylor. She had no criminal record. No drugs were found.
Breonna Taylor's mother requests independent prosecutor to review case
"MPD officers were charged with the direct killing a Briana Taylor, her mother is requesting an independent prosecutor to make a Palmer sent a request to the Kentucky Prosecutor Advisory Council, Council, asking asking them them to to appoint appoint a a new new independent independent prosecutor prosecutor to to quote quote present present a a full full and and unbiased unbiased case case to to a a new new grand grand jury. jury.
See who won at the BET Hip Hop Awards
"Hop A wall raids are in the neighborhood news. Yeah, they they went down and I got to say I want every other awards show to watch with the BT Hip Hop Awards did because when they had the part that they had the BT Awards, they did a phenomenal job and again beats He really brought it. And you know what I love? They didn't do the whole stage the fake, you know, applause. I think it's still seem like an orchard. They just like they put on a great show. And so instead of the stage they had, you know, like a couch, and they had people just chill in talking about the the category, And then they would give away an award and then in between there and mix it with these dope performances. I mean, they had little Wayne and two chains close out the show. They had a really great performance between big shot and she may just seeing them together was so Q on DH then, of course, the ciphers that everybody talks about who had the best this in that. Did you see that? Going to be downside for two queens Go here. This is this was the best, but it's about to be Tianna Taylor, Brandy, Erykah Badu and her. This was hers Part. But I'm making exceptional Filipino queen. My money green vegetable who the first black woman to own a festival Barbie without the plastic of classic collectible, respectable shading the skeptical, say, a prayer, Briana Taylor seemed intentional. Black queens with trees, beautiful exception. You know, you wanna be down but still interested, So they get their man. It was so tough on you. You remember Brandy did this back in 2014? She had the same like I want to be down performance, but that's him. She had M C Lyte Yo Yo and Queen Latifah. And so it's kind of like a little bit of an updated version with like the ladies that are really big right now, And I just thought, you know, seeing them come together. It was a really, really dope. It was potato, right? Brandy her Erykah Badu, Right. Oh, man, a hell that it was. I loved it. I really thought it was dope, but also just real quick. Best new hip hop artists, pop smoke. They also patriot to him as well. Lyricist of the year rap city lady, You know what's crazy about that is I had Rhapsody when I was watching it right. Because I just think that she represents a so well and I know that later on she was going to win that award. I just hate her because I was looking at other, you know, performances and I was like, man, that's a queen right there. And I love her. You know, seeds at that big man. Yeah, congrats on the win is the Bt hip upwards and like I said, pay attention because they know how to do it Right. All right. For more
Juror says homicide charges were not presented in Breonna Taylor case
"Case says that panel never had a chance to consider homicide charges against the officers involved that after the judge said jurors could speak publicly about the case judge allowing the jurors to speak in part because the attorney general has made public statements about the proceedings. While there are six possible homicide charges under Kentucky law These These charges charges or or not not Apple Apple to to the the facts facts before before us us because because our our investigation investigation show show The The grand grand jury jury agreed agreed that that Mattingly Mattingly and and Cosgrove Cosgrove were justified in the return of deadly fire. But a juror now seemingly refuting the attorney general writing the grand jury didn't agree this Oren actions were justified, nor did it decide the indictment should be the only charges in the Briana Taylor case. Aurora
Anonymous grand juror in Breonna Taylor case speaks out saying homicide charges weren't offered
"A grand juror in the Briana Taylor case, releasing a statement saying the panel was never given a chance to consider homicide charges in their death. Meanwhile, Jonathan Mattingly, one of the officers involved in the police, shooting death, telling ABC News and the Louisville Courier Journal about his frustrations with how he and his fellow officers have been portrayed. This is not relatable to George Floyd. There's nothing like it. It's not a model bury. It's nothing like it. It's not a race thing like people want to try to make it to be Mattingly saying the cops were doing their job during the No knock warrant, he says Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, Open fire is police entered, so they returned
Juror says homicide charges were not presented in Breonna Taylor case
"A grand juror in the Briana Taylor case is revealing murder charges weren't discussed because they weren't an option. A statement from the anonymous juror says Theatre Knee general in Kentucky on Lee presented charges against the former cop who blindly open fire, but it wasn't for Taylor's death bread. Hank Yasin is charged with endangering
Judge rules Breonna Taylor grand jurors may speak about case
"Be going public in the Briana Taylor case correspondent Jim Chris Solo with the story tonight. A judge has cleared the way for grand jurors to speak about the proceedings. The case against Louisville, Kentucky police officers who fatally shot Briana Taylor lawyer Kevin Glow Gahler represents two of them. Neither of our grand jurors are in this for any type of a claim. They're not really seeking that media attention they wanted to contribute to the truth and transparency of this proceeding. None of the officers were charged directly in Taylor's death. One was charged with endangering her neighbors when he opened fire, where a face mask on
Seattle Police announce arrests related to arson, bat assault on officer
"Charging decision in the Briana Taylor case of a living back at the end of September, September 24th or so there was national protests about that decision. And, of course here in Seattle, there were protests. And that was the weekend that we saw the one protester who said the officer ruled his bicycle over his head. And in that same demonstration, there were some fires lit Dumpster fires, things like that. And then a cop that was hit in the back of the head. With a baseball bat. So originally there was an arrest of a Jacob Greenberg, who's 19 for the Dumpster fires, And that was several weeks ago He was released and then last week he was rearrested again. Shifty, has talked about the arrest today. The actions alleged in these cases clearly demonstrate the ongoing violence. It continues to be connected to some of the riots occurring across the city. Jacob Greenberg is charged with assault in the first degree for hitting an ESPY officer in the head with a metal bat. So hard during a riot that the officer's helmet was cracked. I'm sure you've seen some of these photos. These disturbing images on your broadcast and on social media. According to charging documents after the brutal attack, the national from Kirkland Express remorse Not for potentially fatally assaulting itself. For the fact that the officer was wearing a helmet that most likely saved his life. Greenberg also texted a friend that he would like to and I quote slit every SBD throat. So that was in the charging documents of this same 19 year olds who is the stepson of a former state lawmaker who Is accused now of hitting that officer over the head with the bat. Did you guys see that It was viral video when actually so he's not charged and he originally assigned said he was released to his family and the prosecutor had actually asked for a higher bail. I believe in that, but the judge went ahead and released him. Now he's being held on $750,000 bail. Thea. Other arrests related to protest that came last last week or recently, Dia's also talked about today. 20 year old Jonathan Do. Gir of Olympia is also in jail, charged with arson for throwing a flaming object. Ignited fused into a Capitol Hill's coffee shop that caused an immediate explosion. Luckily, no one was hurt. Distance regard for people's lives and safety by throwing flaming objects into a business. This can't be our new normal. Business is small and large, are struggling during this pandemic. Does that mean and it's completely unacceptable that this is the ongoing violence is on ly com pounding their challenges.
Breonna's Law: Why we need police reform
"And. I'm really excited talk today's and gas. We know that one of the things that's going to be on the ballot this election season is criminal justice reform and we think about criminal justice reform. We really don't think about all the ways all offices where we vote for people and they have an impact, and today we're going to be speaking to two women in elected office who had been leading on criminal justice. Reform issues. We have state's attorney I-I've brave boy from Maryland in Kentucky State representative. Avocado. Scott in true fashion I we have to start with having you tell us what you're you into politics and we'll start with you state's attorney. Well, that's a great question. Actually I, had no intentions in getting into politics really it was my father who want to work on a campaign. He knows sometimes you have the your parents even as adults. That's. Asked. Me I was going to be a lawyer told him down and. Then, he told me I think I like you to work on his campaign I. Think you need to get politically as like now they're not. WanNa do that. But that the person who? Wanted. To work for happen to have graduate from the same law school that I will. The Howard University School of law. I'm did okay. Another in help bison out. Ever since V. I love how Howard alums Y'all always get an issue it can do no. Just regular conversation. How are you today? Oh I went to Howard. Thank you. Scott. Tell us whether you into politics. Definitely, you know state's attorney brave boy our fathers I mean you know it's their fault. So. I was born in. My Dad gave me my name Attica I'm named after the prison in upstate New York born a few months after the uprisings there in. So I didn't have a choice Ashanti really didn't in. So early on I got involved in a right out of college classmates run for city also in Knoxville Tennessee because I went away to ABC you is well, it's our on his campaign and then my full time job was at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and director was a county commissioner who became the first woman mayor of Maciel Tennessee and I came back home and I was involved with organized Labor at jobs with justice in ended up having. To me that I needed to run for office in. So because my friends mostly black and Brown women encouraged me to run for office. That's how I. Got Involved I love it in Y'all Attica is my emerge sister she went through emerged Kentucky and I remember the first time. I. Got to email her for something and I was so excited because I finally get to work with Atacan. Something is your pie vaccine my email she said, hey, queen and I almost died unlike y'all Attica call me queen because that's the way I, feel about her so you are just so fabulous and I wanNA start with having. US. Talk about retailers case because I think there's so much here particularly with you wrap Scott you just had an op Ed in the Washington Post after the verdict you are out protesting with your daughter named Ashanti another reason why Atacan I are meant to be best friends and you were arrested in. You've been dealing with the aftermath of that. You've sponsored Brianna Law for Kentucky. You're the only black woman currently in the Kentucky State House. So let's let's dissect this case in state's attorney boy I. Know You have a lot to add is the fact that there were no knock warrants how they handle just paperwork body cameras the grand jury I know that something that has really piece Pete People's interests about this grand jury in Oh what does this attorney general deal? So Rep Scott First let's talk about your op-ed why you felt you had to write it in a cave really personal place you said, this is personal to me. Sean in and I'm on this podcast with Queens. Come on State Attorney Ray boy This is power in so. Yes I happy that Opportunity Washington Post invited me to write a piece just from the perspective whatever that was on things going on here in Louisville Kentucky, and so that's exactly what I did I poured my heart into it as a mother of two black children. Masan is the same age as Taylor Madonna's nineteen. She wanted to be an emt in them. Brianna Taylor was murdered and she said to me Ma that didn't protect her from police violence I'm not sure this. So this is really pulling on us in shanty the people relieving leading the Front Lines here in Louisville for justice for Taylor are mostly women is so we're feeling this heavily. So yes, we've back to now to grandeur WANNA speak out. So that says to me that the Attorney General for Kentucky was so inept that in such a failure that you have rand jurors who want the right to speak out to say, he did not give us all of the options in front of us. There was no one there to speak for Briana Taylor in that this whole process was a sham that's where we all right now that says something about the continued. Kushner justice for Taylor in that's why we won't give up and that's why this movement is sustained
Demonstrators gather for Women's March in Washington, D.C.
"Gathered in downtown D. C. Today for the women's March, demonstrators began rallying at Freedom Plaza before marching to Capitol Hill and onto the National Mall to protest the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett and vote President Trump out of the White House. I'm here to hear my voice help do my part to represent women in the vote. Inga Solomon is here from Kent Island, Maryland, Marching to oppose Senate confirmation. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. We really should not be bringing in another Supreme Court nominee at this point in time, D. Wright has travelled all the way from Chicago to take part in the women's March. I'm giving voices to build that can't Briana Taylor she's not here. George Floyd. He's not march is taking place under bright skies and warming sunshine. Downtown DC Dick Uliano w T o P
Breonna Taylor: Boyfriend Kenneth Walker recalls night she was killed
"Of Briana Taylor, who was killed by police in her home in Kentucky last March, is now talking about the night Taylor was killed. CBS this morning's Gayle King spoke with Kenneth Walker about how police force their way into Taylor's apartment on March 13th. And ignited the conversation across the country on race. I don't know if the police don't even proceeded to tell No one You know? Somebody just Kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend. It was a normal day. She's really relaxed day. Really just chilling. And just being us is a loud banging at the door. You all did ask Who is it several times, both of us. There was no response. You know, the police say that they said several times. It's the police. If they're not gonna door and say it was we could. We could have a dead soured. Million percent Sure that nobody identified themselves so now at that point, we're getting up to put on clothes. Make ourselves decent. Answer the door. Then I grabbed my gun. We should also say you were licensed to carry the gun for sure. It was the ones armed. I had used it if it was the police at the door, and they just said with where the police didn't have a reason at all not to open the door, see what they wanted. So the doors the doors fly off the hinges. I let off one shot. And, you know, I'm figure of some I shouldn't break in is some they're not. They're not going to do anything after that. And after that, what happens? Ever heard somebody gunshots like all the same time? Never been a war, but I assume that's wars Part. Sounds like when did you realize that Briana had been shot? I guess I'm in the middle of all the gunfire like she screamed. Like I was selling her hand. You were holding her hand? Yeah, like, Wow, This is happening, but I put her down to the ground. You know, she was just scared, so she just didn't get down. So in the middle of all of this, you realize that she's been hit. Was she alive at the time she wass stealing without the gunfire stopped. She was like, bleeding and stuff, and I was holding her. No, Dennis When I called my mom, you called your mom first. Yeah. I told her that somebody just kick in a door and shot Briana. She's she's freaking out at this point. She told me to come out, so I did. I didn't know it was. The police even proceeded to tell No one You know? Somebody just Kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend. I knew you would, I would said the police. I wouldn't be calling the police on the police like that doesn't even make sense. The police didn't come rushing in. Not at all. Don't think I realized that it was two police until I was on the phone with Brianna's mom. Hair like people outside talking. I thought that was, you know, coming for him because I called now, so when I come outside, there's guns pointed at me. Going on being threatened with dogs and whatever else Raise your hand. If you are going, Officer, as was I hit by any bullets. I said no, he said. That's unfortunate. That threw me off to When will you finally told that Briana didn't make it? I never really got told Mike directly. I saw it on the news. That's how you heard Briana Taylor died on the news Pretty much do you think if you would not survive this incident That we would be hearing the story that we're hearing today. Definitely not that wouldn't that wouldn't be a story. You probably wouldn't even know about it. That was Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Briana Taylor, who was shot and killed by police. Speaking with CBS, this morning's Gayle King
Louisville police have released details of the investigation into the shooting death of Breonna Taylor
"Louisville Metro police releasing the internal investigation files in the Briana Taylor case. The file contains investigative letters, interview transcripts, body camera videos of officers responding to the scene, search warrants, crime scene unit reports and more. There are 251 videos, 148 of which our interviews there, Fisher says it was important to get the files out as quickly as possible following the grand jury decision not to indict anyone directly with Taylor shooting death.
"briana taylor" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Hey also went on to comment and said it didn't take long to be contacted by the client, either. It was Friday afternoon s 02 days after UM, press conference in the indictment. Well, I'm sure this is gonna be just fine and we'll lay out the details. Obviously on what the grand jury decided. I don't think they're going to be hiding anything. I think the grand jury made up of regular citizens. Made a decision based on what they heard A CZ evidence was presented. So when police officers were fired upon, there's a pretty good chance you can count on being fired back at And that's what took place right there. So yes, this will come out. But the protest do continue over the situation that involved Briana Taylor. Unfortunately. She died in all of this, but ah You have the deep story on all of this. Obviously her her boyfriend, ex boyfriend that was also picked up that morning was it was a drug dealer. In this house. He kept using that address as A place that he was at all the time. That's why they went. There is one of five locations they they broke in, you know, busted into and you know, surged and went after that morning that all this took place. Once again horrible that Briana Taylor lost your life, but That was a a drug environment that she was involved with, and ah You know, you deal drugs. You run with a crowd of people that are doing drugs. At some point police they're going to show up and if they're fired upon their going to return fire, so Ah grand jury. They made their decision. But now the transcripts will be released and we'll see what goes on from there It is. 6 38, Alabama's Morning news. Tie west from the Birmingham business journals..
"briana taylor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Supreme Court justices. Here's W B Z T. V's Nick Giovanni. Congressman Joe Kennedy is among a group of Democratic lawmakers pushing for term limits for Supreme Court justices. They plan on introducing a bill next week, setting an 18 year limit for justice is ending Lifetime appointments. Each president would appoint two justices, they say every four year term, Kennedy says Bill would end the contentious political battles over Supreme Court vacancies. Regularize is that process so that you don't have Moments that we've seen in Greece American history where we have this cataclysmic clash of partisanship because the stakes are so high, and we're pointing the younger, younger justices that would serve for longer and longer periods of time. This will be the first time the idea for Supreme Court term limits has been proposed as a bill rather than a constitutional amendment. Last night in Boston, hundreds marched for justice for Briana Taylor and the continuing called for police reform and Racial Justice in America. The peaceful gathering began at Nubian Square in Roxbury, demonstrators marching to bpd headquarters and then to City Hall, Briana Taylor, the Louisville Liam tee shot and killed by police back in March. The rally comes two days after Kentucky officials announced officers Would not face charges directly for Brianna's death, but instead charges for shooting through a wall endangering the apartment next door, a 20 year $8 billion Redevelopment project headed to Suffolk Downs. Plans for the former race track were approved by the Boston Planning and Development Agency yesterday. It include office space for 25,000 workers and 10,000 apartments and condos. A man is in critical condition after a shooting early this morning in Lowell, just before 4 A.m. officers responded to a scene on Sutherland Street, where they transported a male victim with gunshot wounds to the hospital. Lowell and State police are investigating and asking anyone with information to speak up. Boston police investigating a shooting early this morning in Dorchester on Stratton Street that victims sent to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. No arrests yet also in Dorchester, afire, tears through to multi family homes, which displaced 21 Children and nine adults and hospitalized. A Boston firefighter. BOSTON Fire says the three alarm fire on Howard Street broke out yesterday evening around seven and was knocked down at 10 30. No word yet on the cause and back to The latest on protests calling justice for Briana in the city where it happened. Louisville Hundreds have turned out nightly demanding change, CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz says protesters young and old say they'll stay on the streets until someone has held accountable for Briana Taylor's death. Family attorney Ben Crump accused Kentucky attorney General Daniel Cameron of swaying the grand jury. He demands that Cameron, who was tasked with impartially, presenting evidence to the grand jury, make that evidence public released a transcript so we can have transparency Theater Knee general's office told CBS News. Everyone's entitled to their opinion. But prosecutors and grand jury members are bound by the facts and by the law. Local and state Covad. Pretty things here in Boston and a lot of parts of the country sign language interpreters have been ubiquitous part of press conferences, conveying important information about the pandemic to the deaf community. While the White House has faced a lot of criticism from death activists for not providing an SL interpreter. There's now a lawsuit over it. A lawsuit filed by the National Association of the Death and five Deaf Americans has prompted a federal judge to order the White House to provide sign language interpreters at Corona virus briefings. It means that this community will finally have access. Speaking through an interpreter. How it Rosenbloom, CEO and director of legal services for the organisation says he hopes it will become a part of regular price. Actus. We certainly would like to see this continued even once current virus is no longer the headlines of the news. Lisa Matteo CBS News It's to 21. Let's go..
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"From NPR News. I'm Scott time. And we expect President Trump to officially announced this afternoon that Amy Cockney Barrett is his choice for the Open seat. On the U. S. Supreme Court course. This comes just 38 days before Election Day Fact, many people in some states are voting already. But Senate Republicans say they hope for a quick confirmation. We turned out NPR senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving Ron thanks so much for being with us Good to be with you, Scott even before there was a name. Lindsey Graham, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said that he could hold hearings and schedule a vote on enough time for the Senate to vote before Election Day now putting aside questions that have been raised this week. About the contradiction between that position and the position Senate Republicans had four years ago. Is a rapid confirmation possible. It appears anything is possible. Scott when you have a Senate majority facing a political ultimatum from a president they support An ultimatum that comes with a political deadline in election under different circumstances. You Khun Bet many of the same senators would be waxing eloquent as on the senator's can about the need for deliberation and do deliver it due deliberation, diligence. The need for lots of vetting and extensive hearings, rounds of questions, a full length floor debate. But right now, the president is saying those things amount to nothing more than delay. And his troops in the Senate are falling in line president was hardly subtle inside in the upcoming election as hastening what he sees as the need for a new justice. I think this will end up in the Supreme Court. And I think it's very important that we have nine justices. Now eight justices can decide any case that arises. From any election. Cathy Yes, so so long as they can get a majority for that decision, But they could have some 4 to 4 ties, which would mean that the rulings of lower courts would then stand and the president might lose in some of those rulings. So he wants nine justices here in Washington. Three of whom will have been his pics. But eight justices was all we had for a full year after Justice and and Scalia died in 2016. Senate Republicans did not see a problem with that At the time, they said, the American people should have a say in who chose the new justice and as it turns out, The American people still want tohave A say Scott on ABC Washington Post poll released Friday had almost 60% of Americans saying that the choice of a new justice should wait until After the election, including 60% of independence, But look, this is not a majoritarian presidency. Trump did not win even a plurality when he was elected. And he has made relatively little effort to expand his base. Since. If anything, he's more committed than ever to hardening his bass boat and keeping it highly motivated. Of course, an astonishing moment in Wednesday's briefing this week, let's let's just listen to it one more time. Will you commit to making sure that there is a peaceful transfer Ferral of power after the election? You have to see what happens. You know that. I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the balance, sir. Disaster on that people are writing. Do you commit to making sure that there's a measles wantto get rid of the ballots and you have a very transfer have a very peaceful There won't be a transfer. Frankly, there'll be a continuation. Now. When the president says, get rid of the ballots, Scott he's talking about votes that air mailed in rather than cast in person. Now that might include the president's own absentee ballot. But setting that aside, most of the people asking for absentee ballots this year have been Democrats. So far, absentee ballots can take longer to count and the president is clearly concerned. That is those ballots come in, and are counted any lead that he might have on election night will be endangered. Course run as we cast back over American history for a long time. People were denied the right to vote because gender or race then road box were set up to discourage voting during the Jim Crow era on other impediments that persists to this day. Are we seeing this year and in perfect system more? Clearly, we're seeing and already in perfect system beginning to fail. Much that has happened this year has disrupted that system and shown the flaws of our system in the harsh light. But if there is a silver lining in all of this, got it. Maybe the increased awareness Americans have about the need to get involved. Get some good information, Make sure they're registered and make sure they vote and that greater awareness that just could be important. NPR's Ron Elving. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you, Scott. There no direct charges against police in the killing of Briana Taylor. Prosecutors had officers fired in self defence. The one indictment of Brett Hankinson was for recklessly firing into another apartment during the raid. On Briana Taylor's home. The grand jury's finding means no criminal charges Khun be pursued. Course, there have been protests around the country to Louisville officers were shot during demonstrations there they are recovering. Ryan Nichols is president of the River City Fraternal Order of Police Large 614, which represents Louisville police and joins us now, thanks for being with us. Thank you, sir. Grounded. Taylor was an innocent public servant, a medical technician shot in her own apartment. Let's ask youto listen to what one Louisville protester Orville Collins. I said to one of our reporters on the street, but he'll go to jail every day for they do the police. Don't go to Jefferson. They do. But we are right. Can you see, sir? Why Briana Taylor's family and so many people around the country or outraged unhurt. Yes, I can understand the hurt that comes from the tragic loss of anyone. Well, would you be in favor of the grand jury transcripts being made public? I am in favor of I believe the attorney general conducted a thorough and unbiased investigation. I believe he is still proceeding with A criminal prosecution for one officer. Obviously, we can't speak further about that, because of that further criminal prosecution. We believe it's important to remind everyone that that officer is innocent until proven guilty and should be afforded the rights of due process like every American citizen and I feel the attorney general will make those decisions. Based on the law here in Kentucky, and what he feels is appropriate to do in this specific case that I have asked. You say, the attorney general conducted Ah, fair and full investigation. All you really know about it is is what the finding of the grand jury and what he said. How do you know it was a fair in full investigation if the transcripts are not made public We? We do believe that, In fact, the Louisville Metro Police Department Public integrity unit was conducting a thorough investigation prior to turning that investigation over to the attorney general. We have faith that the attorney general executed the duties of his office and a fair and unbiased manner. And the process is occurring as the law allows it to occur. City of Louisville is paying a settlement of $12 million to Briana Taylor's family. Does that suggest to you that the case against the conduct of these officers once it's made public might be very imposing indeed. The city chooses to do. How the city chooses to settles. Cases in different times is completely up to the mayor. This case was settled prior to the Decision of the grand jury coming out. That's within the mayor's purview. To do that. I can't speak as to why specifically, he he chose to do that at that time. Two officers as I don't have to tell your Louisville officers were shot on Wednesday. They're recovering. Have the actions of the officers who conducted the raid in which Rianna Taylor was shot five times. And received no medical attention for more than 20 minutes, 20 minutes. Made it difficult to be a police officer in Louisville now and to be trusted by the public whom you serve..
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"Who became the first woman and first Jewish person toe lie in state in the U. S Capitol yesterday. A third night of protests following the grand jury decision not to indict police officers in Louisville, Kentucky, for the death of Briana Taylor. This woman demonstrated in Boston. That could be me at any point, you did nothing wrong. So what's stopping us from being CBS is Lisa Matteo. The ruling has sparked nationwide protests and now demands from Briana Taylor's family to see the evidence that led to no charge is being filed against the white officers who killed her family attorney Benjamin Crump, calling out Kentucky attorney Earl Daniel Cameron did he present any evidence? I'll Briana Taylor's behind. Cameron said The officers were not charged because they acted to protect themselves. Florida is lifting all of its Corona virus restrictions on businesses. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez governor, Rhonda Santis lifted restrictions against bars and restaurants They can now operate in full capacity. He's also outlawing the collection of any fines for violating mandates like mass requirements. We're not closing anything going forward, we're gonna be able to host the Super Bowl in February. Health experts warn that any talk of normalcy is premature. Nearly 14,000 Floridians have already died from Cove it it's not based on Science is going to backfire. That fear is being realised in at least eight other states, which are now reporting a huge spike in new cases with more than a 60% increase over the past two weeks. A tornado touched down in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Yesterday, lifeguard Landon Beard witnessed it. I turned around and I see in about 30.
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"With me as every Thursday this hour. As we are all dealing with Briana Taylor case and I've done probably as much media as I done. Last two weeks on this yesterday and this morning. No one knows this better. No one does it better. No one is better at it than the attorney general for Black America. I said that a couple of shows this morning I even have Jenny. I have white host now. Saying this about him because that's what he is on. Dat is attorney Ben Crump and he is on the live line. Attorney Crump thank you for coming on keeping it real again. Hey, thank you ripping up all advice and counsel as we get the will. Very heavy day. And I just want to say As I've said in every interview ever now. Um Family is devastated. They are outraged, and they're heartbroken. Because they like me and my co counsel's attorney line need A baker. An attorney, Sam Aguilar, were after the question. What evidence do Kentucky Attorney General this Mitch McConnell protege prevent to the grand jury? Did he present any evidence? They're all on behalf of Briana Taylor. And if he didn't Then he has unilaterally put it on the scale protested, exonerate these killer cops for killing Briana Taylor in the face ity of her own home. Man. May I sure that Briana Taylor would not get her due process would not get the justice that she deserves, and that's why we're demanding revenue now, and I'm afraid that nationalization network will join us in this demand is for Kentucky Attorney General Dahlia Cameron to release the transcript. Of the grand jury proceedings, so we will know if Briana Taylor ever have a voice in that grand jury proceeding. Heard life even matter. In that grand, you're proceeding. Absolutely Nash action There were goingto join in with that, And I think that that ought to be the demand before we do anything we need to make on force, the public release and least to the family of the grand jury minutes. We don't He wouldn't even give the racial makeup of the grand jury. And I understand they meet in secrecy. You don't have to give the names, but he certainly should give the grand jury minutes up, particularly to the attorneys in the case. Exactly where in the fact that You know, he said three things that I take great exception within our hope that the keeping it real nation will pay attention to these things. Number more. He can parade in this alleged one neighbor who claims that they heard the police officer knock and announce that they were present at Brianna's apartment, however, There are 12 additional neighbors who we have on recording fan that they Never heard the police, not an announced their presence, and they all live in close proximity. Briana Taylor's apartment and oh, by the way, revenue this one day with their day your camera so proudly proclaim in Heard the police were on two previous occasions are two previous statements. They care that they did not hear the police knocking amounts so Did he present the 12 neighbors or just that one neighbor to the grand jury. That's very important. The second thing revenue now and you not call you my co counsel, and I would need your help in putting this argument forward. To the world because he is trying to say based on our self that these officers are justified and shoot em. Briana Taylor But if he looks that Kentucky low and many other laws around America itself, he will know that a third party innocent bath Stander It can never be justified that you use physical force or violence or shoot them for the ashes of another aggressor. And everybody has fair that Briana Taylor didn't have a good She did not pose a threat to anybody. She was in her. Underwear as he has six bullets that mutilated her body, and they're trying to say that this is all justified because Kenny Walker Her boyfriend. This black man who was a registered gun owner never committed a crime never been convicted of anything a lot by the citizens trying to exercise his second Amendment, right? That protect Briana and himself from what they believe were intruders. And we all heard the normal one tape. So why did that Black people don't have a right to the Second Amendment. And if we try to protect ourselves from an illegal constitutional no, not one based on a life. That you justify the killing of the innocent warming. Did you present that to the grand jury? Ready? Last thing I will say is this rare? Just the facts. The whole basis of them. Being there was based on a lie this lieutenant about the probable cause affidavit and said that the United States Post inspect their that Briana Taylor have package is being delivered to her apartment. The United States postal inspector say Briana Taylor, they have any packages delivered terror apartment in 2020. And so this was the basis for the judge's son and no not warrant while they were there to bust open Brianna's front door. Did Daniel camera present that to the grand jury, he said he didn't And so now we have to depend on the FBI to look at if that was a civil rights violation, So I'm just trying to make the cases we all ways do revenue. That there seems to be to justice system in America, one for Black America and one for White America. No doubt about it. And and the thing that I think, and we support that, and we're on the record supporting that. We definitely need to push every way we can, and certainly On other shows. I'm going, make sure we keep beating the drums on Make those grand jury minutes Public way Saw New York Times It is huge story on Briana. Well, where the huge story on the grand jury minutes and our not having seen what was presented. Saw what you know. And Jenny, you knew him..
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"Going wrong. My heart goes out to first the family of Briana Taylor. No, I can't imagine what they're going through. And then My heart goes out to the two police officers that were shot last night because I'm quite sure that those police officers like my dad. Like my cousins. I'm sure like any other people have family members that are law enforcement. They just go out to do their job. I'm not talking about the problems with policing. I'm talking about some of the police officers that leave to go out too. The wanted the good ones, the ones that they go out there and try to serve and protect. And it is tough on them. And for those two police officers to be shot last night, I just stood up and I started to pace Ursula pace around in my living room, and I'm just hitting my head and I'm like it's just a psych We have to stop this. We have to stop this. This is not right. There's no shooting two police officers does not make would happen to Briana Taylor any better? Is there anyone that is? I wouldn't be curious. Like, for example myself. I was devastated by Rianna Taylor. I look at yesterday, Ursula. We were on the show, and I figured out that I was just in shock. I know and we and I wanted to say for anyone who wasn't listening yesterday. We both said the case is very complex. There's a decision came down during our show in the middle of the show. We didn't have a lot of time to dissect it. Even before yesterday's grand jury decision came down, it's already a very Complex case with all these different aspects to it, but you have to unpack. I'll say this. What's so unsatisfying for me? Is that even after reading everything last night and considering everything The on ly thing that I know for sure is that Briana Taylor should not have been killed. What is not clear to me is who exactly is at fault. And what do we learn from this? I did change my mind about something that I said yesterday and that's no knock warrants. We're going to talk about that more coming up at 9 33, but it goes back to The system. For me. I looked at as like, because I couldn't say exactly who it is. That was it fault. I mean, there was so it was botched, for sure. And she shouldn't be dead. Okay, So then you had the protest there. And then did you did you only want to talk about protein because we're going well, We're going to talk about what happened here in Seattle last night because there were protests in Seattle over the decision in the Briana Taylor case,.
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"Mike. Let's face it. We're all experts at things. We don't know anything about on DH. Tragically, the Briana Taylor case seems to be a pretty powerful example. You read this accounting by Andy McCarthy. Former federal prosecutor of the events that really occurred. It's so different from the narrative I I honestly believe weeks and months ago, you remember we talked about it on the show. I thought the police just knock down a door and went out and shot a girl and a young woman in her bed and killed her. Didn't know that the boyfriend and the and the incidentally the criminal background of Briana Taylor's ex boyfriend. Does that matter? A zoo. I heard somebody say the other day you could be a drug dealer. And not get gunned down in the living room of your house. You could be a criminal. You could be suspected of crimes. And not expect to have the police knock down your door and shot shooting. Kill you. So to me, none of that's relevant. What's relevant is the level of charges that would have been filed against the police pulled the one officer, the two officers who fired incidentally, we're firing back at the guy at the the current boyfriend, Briana Taylor, who shot them first by his own admission by his testimony. He shot first he fired because he didn't know. He said He was coming into the home. It's ah, horrible. Catastrophe. As Andy McCarthy puts it. But you've got to know you gotta have fax. So many stories to that that get drowned out when the media Explosions go from one to the other. The son of Vice President Biden, the son of the Democrat presidential candidate engaged in millions of dollars in questionable financial transactions with associates and foreign individuals. Including the life of the former mayor of Moscow, and people with strong ties to the Chinese Communist Party. Wonder what the mainstream media what if they have time? In the middle of the Briana Taylor grand jury decision. What if the media would have time? To cover Donald Trump Jr. Receiving millions and millions of dollars with people. Associate with the Chinese Communist Party. This, of course, was all as a result of this investigation. Nothing. Nothing will move on that because they don't want to have any damage done to Joe Biden. Joe Biden has. Apparently he's hitting up North Carolina a lot this week. He's back. I think in North Carolina tomorrow, maybe the problem is nobody knows he's there. It's it's actually I think a little bit. Unintentionally hilarious. He goes to a show called Campaign event He's got I mean, literally 10 people yesterday, I guess he had 10 people in a out in the yard. Fitting in circles. And he's Respectfully. He's babbling. Nobody could make out what he was saying. He? I mean, he's got his mask on, of course, because he's almost always got his mask on. And, incidentally to people who think that Trump never wears a mask. Today, he paid his respects on the steps of the United States Supreme Court to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. With Melania both had masks on Braziers. Hope you'll be all right. I'm sorry This is happening to you. Hey, you know, anyway, here's Biden this's his campaign pitch. He? I don't even know who he was with somebody. President of the union somewhere. Let's check this out. My name is Joe Biden trying.
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"The future of America. Let's get right to this Briana Taylor. Colin Kaepernick says. The white supremacist institution of policing that stolen Briana Taylor's life from must be abolished for the safety and well being of our people. Abolish the police. So that's one America. Shoot cops in the head in l A and scream. Outside of the emergency room. Hope they die. Hope they die. Get a verdict that is not pleasing to some Americans in the Briana Taylor grand jury decision, not a verdict. Shoot cops. That's the play. That's the America that you want and then The jury of public opinion on the streets decides this. These cops are murderers. And it wasn't even the jury of public opinion. Primetime sportscaster. Can you grab that sound, buddy? Primetime sportscaster decides that the cops in Louisville are mayors are murderers apologize. I'm very emotional mouth us this morning in a very, very difficult spot here. We're in a bad place. But if you are a cop, or you are a judge, or you are an attorney that knows the intricacies of this The grand jury, and I know folks don't want to hear this. Did the right thing. And let me say one more thing. Let's play this out. If the grand.
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"Those comments yesterday, he is largely responsible for what happened last night in Louisville, Kentucky Inflammatory allegations Despite knowing the facts in the case, don't support what he said. And that led directly to the violence that broke out in the city. This guy is enriching himself, and he doesn't care about the consequences. Do you know he probably made $4 million of the $12 million settlement he extorted from the city of Louisville. That takes ambulance chasing to a new level. What happened in the Briana Taylor case was a tragedy. But the facts of the case are very different than what Ben Crump is feeding the mob. It wasn't a no knock warrant. Police did announce themselves. You are who you associate with. And they came to Briana Taylor's house after watching it for more than a month, seeking out her associate and drug dealing ex boyfriend now, while she's not dating the guy anymore, Briana Taylor, according to legal documents had been involved in the handling of the money for his drug operation. This was not an illegitimate police search. It was a search backed up by a warrant signed by a judge who had looked at the evidence and agreed it was reasonable to search this residence. For that drug dealer. She was a known associate. Trump if you heard him there wants to invoke the castle doctrine. That doesn't apply the law enforcement officers with a legitimate search warrant. Consider this. The city Louisville paid $12 million to the family of Briana Taylor in a case where the police did nothing wrong. Does that sound familiar? The families a Mike Brown and Anthony Lamar Smith got payoffs to this is extortion. The mob was fed by those false statements by Ben Crump. And they're demanding the blood of police officers everywhere. Those police officers were following the law. They were doing their jobs when they serve that warrant. They knocked on the door. They tried to force their way in. After announcing themselves and a guy fired at them. They returned fire. Unfortunately, Briana Taylor was killed, but the cops weren't targeting her. That's why I've been Crump has the blood of those officers on his hands this morning. This guy is Al Sharpton in a carnival Barker suit. And what he's doing is unethical, and it's outrageous. Yet the newspaper's trumpet him as the great civil rights attorney. He's screaming fire in a crowded theater,.
"briana taylor" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"It's according The local protests that breaking over the eons the ground Taylor case in Louisville. And one of the officers was charged. But not in the Briana Taylor case. But in this in shooting his weapon, and the bullets ended up in a neighboring apartment, and he was charged on three counts of that and if he gets convicted of that he's located 15 years. In prison, so Keep an eye on the local protest. There is now word that two police officers have been shot. In Louisville, Kentucky. On DH, so we don't know their condition or how that happened, or you know what the circumstances are, but it's not looking good in Louisville, and it's now 9 30 at night there, they had a curfew set for nine, but it doesn't look like there's any sign of dispersing. Damn! It's Ah, It's It's going all hell is breaking loose in Louisville. And they the grand jury looked at this. 194 days. And they came to the conclusion. That the officers were shot at first. And that they shot back. And now you know, Louisville is gonna have their second You know, I guess set of perhaps unrest. There's fires and people are shooting cops. And they did a tremendous amount of damage the first time back in May. And now, um it looks like there are more people in the street angrier than helm. And they've got you know people who have nothing to lose. A lot of these people don't see you know any any of their hopes and dreams achievable in life for whatever reasons. And and so they they, you know, they're angry has help on DH. They go into the street and they don't know what to do. Because in their opinion, you know they're This happens over and over and over and over again and And in this case there was you know, a district attorney. Said There was no evidence that the cops did anything wrong. So anyway, so we'll have the latest on the protest. We also have Jessica Levinson coming on. She's a professor of constitutional law at Loyola Marymount and a political commentator as well. I will talk to her about With Supreme Court. A lot of people are talking about the Supreme Court. Donald Trump. President Trump is picking a replacement for Ensberg on Saturday, and he will make that announcement at five o'clock eastern time. Two o'clock our time. On Saturday, so we're keeping line on everything that lots of stories happening on DH. The fire. It looks like it's it's out in the hunger. So the firefighters battling the one acre fire 1 to 2 acres into hunger hillside and that is on the north side of the 2 10 Freeway. Your Hanes part. So if you live in that area I know how alarming it is to see smoke and smell smoke, because a lot of those homes up there but right up to the forest or right up to a shrubbery. And it's very, very difficult on and nerve wracking when you smell smoke, and you hear that there's fire in your neighborhood, so luckily It didn't go any further An acre, maybe two acres and l. A county and city were able to put that out with helicopters, ground crews and a ton of fire trucks. I know where all those fire trucks came from. So quickly, but, man, they were up there in a heartbeat. All right. Here's the latest on the Brianna Taylor case that came down today in Louisville, Kentucky. I'm sure you've heard a ton about it. Ex Officer Brett Hankinson was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree for blindly firing 10 shots at the time. Police served a no knock warrant into Briana Taylor's apartment March 13th. The former officer was fired and is appealing that decision. No charges, though we're late against Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly and detective Miles Cosgrove, who also fired their weapons. At night. The investigation said their response was justified. The police were looking for drugs associated with an alleged drug dealer who used to be Taylor's boyfriend. Her current boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, was with Taylor that night and shot and what he thought were intruders. Mattingly was hit in the thigh. Walker was not charged, according to Kentucky law. Use of force by Mattingly and Cosgrove was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars US from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Briana Taylor's death. The facts have been examined, and a grand jury comprised of our peers and fellow citizens has made a decision. Justice is not often easy as protesters took to the street in Louisville to decry the lack of charges relating directly to Taylor's death. Her family's attorney spoke out.
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"They go to break in. And the person who's currently living with Briana Taylor at the time. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, When he says he heard the pounding of the door. Didn't hear them say police and he fired a shot. Cause he was scared. Thought they were breaking in. Then the police fired back. Three police officers. Shooting approximately 20 rounds. It looks like 10 of them from one police officer will get to him in a second. Rianna Taylor was stuck was struck. Excuse me five times. And died in the hallway of her apartment. The subsequent search of her apartment found no drugs. It is a tragic, tragic Killing But it's not murder murder. Requires intention. There was zero evidence that there was an intention to kill Briana Taylor. There is zero evidence that anything to with race What happened was a shot was fired at the police hit one of the police officers, and they fired back. So Jefferson County grand jury. They have now. Released. They're ruling. On criminal charges for those police officers. I'm gonna tell you what that is and reaction on it in just a 2nd 855 400 Savage Get you onboard the program. 85 500 Savage..
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"Age of 77 1 of the greatest running backs in football history and Just a by all accounts wonderful. Wonderful human being. Obviously, his friendship with Brian Piccolo is dramatized in the movie Brian's song, but producer Dave actually met him a few years back. We were talking during the commercial break, and Dave calls him a true gentleman in every sense of the phrase he actually showed up for an autograph signing. Was it at champs in Brookfield? I was the one in Lake Geneva. He was down in Lake Geneva, and he showed up dressed to the nines sipping a glass of wine. Meanwhile, Totally on brand, Paul Horning showed up in sweats and with swigging beers. God love both of those gentlemen and May God bless and keep. Gale Sayers also just announced a couple of minutes ago in Louisville, Kentucky. A grand jury is going to make an announcement at 1 30 eastern time. So that's 12:30 P.m. central time. Is going to make a decision on whether or not to file charges against the police officers involved in the shooting of Briana Taylor now I'm not saying I can predict the future. But the governor of Kentucky has activated the National Guard. He has canceled all police overtime, and there's a leaked document that's been circulating online. That shows that Briana Taylor was apparently The financial brains behind her boyfriend's drug running operation, and this was not an incident. You might have heard this story because it's not local. It's something you just sort of here in passing that she was shot while she slept. No police executed a drug raid and there was absolutely on armed shootout between the boyfriend and police. Briana Taylor was It does not seem innocent in all this and again I'm not claiming I can see the future. But I believe there was a reason that was it just a couple of days ago, maybe late Last week, the city of Louisville. Announced to $12 million settlement with Briana Taylor's family. It's almost is, though. They know what might be. Coming. So watch for that. 12 30 this afternoon we go out to the phones, and I do appreciate people waiting on hold it. It is honor that you want to speak to me that badly or at least yell it may for My misstatements of fact or whatever it is, but a reminder a role. I NdeR if you do want to disagree with me. If you do want to debate me, we've got rules set up. Just give me a call. Say you want a debate producer Dave put you to the front of the line. But right now, the front of the line is Jim. He's up first on the Dan O'Donnell show. Good morning, Jim. Thank you so much for waiting. Thanks for taking the call Dan every morning practically I look at the three numbers out of Wisconsin Way showed a number of cases, the number of deaths and the number of recoveries. And like today's 140,000 cases, 88,000 recoveries and 1200 deaths, right? So these people that I have recovered these 88,000 How How were they treated? You know how do they recover, and then you add them to the number of deaths. And there's like a 9000 person gap between the number of deaths and recoveries from the number of cases where these eight or 9000 people because I believe those are active cases. But are they are? They're not obviously not hospitalized, Sure, And and what? Why aren't we hearing? What's what's been successfully, You know what's what sorts of treatments. Well, I think that That's that's difficult because you sort of get into the interplay between private health information and the necessity of public health and informing the public. So what somebody is on at any given moment. I think doctors would be sort of Hesitant with good reason to divulge that information, But your point is well taken. How are these people recovering to answer your question, Jim. When's the last time you had a cold or the flu or something like that? It's been a while and I had a cold. A test in July, and I was just Procedure. I had a habit for and but you do remember what you took The last time you had the flu or a cold? Let's just say like the sniffles or something like that. It was you don't probably bed rest. It was probably just kind of taken it easy. Maybe take some theraflu or something like that, right? Right for the vast majority of people with covert 19. It's that Honest to goodness because the vast majority of people that we're now learning are not getting seriously ill from this disease. This is why the numbers of people are up dramatically. And is there anyone in the world who didn't predict that this was going to happen? When college dorms started opening up again? You will never in your life unless you go to prison. Live as close with somebody as you do with your college roommate. When I was a freshman, I had two of them. You can imagine the close quarters that you had to share. Not just with your roommate inside the dorm, but with everybody else on your floor as you go to the bathroom or shower or just move around your living in very close quarters with a substantial number of people on what we know about Cove in 19 is the thing across the country that has spread it. The thing that has been the best indicator of where the outbreaks are going to be is population density. How close people are being In contact with one another, and especially how close people are living with one another. Dunne get closer than college dorms. And while parties and bars have been scapegoated throughout the cove in 19 outbreak, there's never been any sort of hard evidence that there was any appreciable outbreak. That was tied to bars and restaurants. In fact, throughout this, most of the people who got cove in 19 got it from somebody that they lived with, or got it from an intimate partner or got it from somebody who they were in very, very, very close quarters with, say, at a meat packing plant. Those were the outbreaks that we have seen. Ah, that pushed the numbers higher. In fact, Of course, there was a huge controversy over this story. We actually covered this out of Nashville last week, and the emails that showed that the mayor's office was supposedly covering up the low numbers of covert 19 tied to restaurants and bars. Well, fuck. 17 actually caved to public pressure. We can have this out there, so they issued a retraction. On this report. I'm not necessarily sure that they should have But in any event there is no there is no massive spike. Contact. Tracing is, of course incomplete. But what we do know about where the disease spreads it. Think about it like this, folks. Walmart never shut down. Hardware stores never shut down. Police departments. Fire departments never shut down. Did you hear and fire departments? You got firefighters living in relatively close quarters at the fire station when they're on their 24 hour shifts. Did you hear of any massive spike? In the population of firefighters, police officers, Wal Mart workers, hardware store employees. You didn't Because there weren't outbreaks tied to those specific professions. Let's go to Joe up Next on the Dan O'Donnell Show. How you doing, sir? I'm good. Are you talking to me? I sure am sorry. You're on the air. I don't know my mama know that's you are on the air soar. The floor is yours, right? You know, my point was that I often hear these comparisons between the flu. And you know, the covert the deaths and everything like that, right? Everybody seems to miss the point that the flu is a vaccinated thing. There is no vaccine for the cove it so are they even really comparable? How is that even comparable when you've got 1000 flu deaths better with the vaccine with a vaccine and you've got called it which is Right there with it with nothing. You know what? Really Nothing. That is a fantastic point. Joe. And I'll admit.
"briana taylor" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Numerous social justice message is there's some, especially in sports specifically. Football. USOPEN N ba WN BA many players in the WN BA in the wobble in Bradenton, Florida, wearing the name of Briana Taylor. Tuesday came the news that a settlement has been reached between Taylor's family in the city of Louisville. It's a $12 million settlement. Was positive reaction from players in the WN BA, but they would also note that It doesn't necessarily end things. Brianna Stewart of the Seattle Storm. My initial reactions are, you know, obviously, um, it's a step in the right direction. I think that a settlement is not justice. You know, Money is not getting justice for Briana Taylor or her family on DH Those officer Stoney to be arrested. I think that Um The spotlight has kind of been on Louisville and Attorney General Daniel Cameron and I hope that he continues to do it needs to be done and then arrest her killers, and I think you know, like I said, it's a step and the fact that you know there's going to be more things involved with the police reforms in the known a warning. Ah, it is a step in the right direction. But Like money isn't going to bring Briana Taylor back. Kentucky's attorney general is continuing to investigate the conduct of the officers. No timetable has been given on a decision about any charges. The FBI also continues. To investigate WN BA, wrapping up its regular season over the weekend playoffs are now underway Round one. Win or go home single elimination here. Washington in Phoenix. Mystics rally late They go from down for two up to They had that two point lead in the closing seconds. Five pointing to go Washington leads.
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"Wide for months, Briana Taylor shot and killed by police using a no knock warrant when they burst into her apartment in March. Today, the city of Louisville agrees to settle a lawsuit filed by her mother. The settlement includes a payment to Brianna's estate. $12 million. It also includes police reforms, Mayor Greg Fischer apologizing to Taylor's mother. While making the announcement. Theo officers have said they were returning fire from Taylor's boyfriend who thought there was an intruder. There've been no charges is the state attorney general investigates. Joe Biden pledging to doom or for veterans at a round table event in Florida, where he brought up the published report. President Trump has denied about calling fallen soldiers, losers and suckers be able to conceive. The idea of selfless service are being part of a cause that's bigger than yourself. At one point, Biden appeared to say Iran by mistake instead of Iraq when talking about deaths there and in Afghanistan, this as the president was hosting leaders from Israel, Bahrain and the signing historic agreements to normalize relations. He also met with each one in the Oval Office, the president hoping to lay the groundwork For something bigger. This could really lead to peace. Real peace in the Middle East For the first time. We've taken a very different path. You could say it's a backdoor, but I call it a smart door. Palestinian leaders criticized the agreements, though, is a betrayal and their ongoing push for statehood. Hurricane Sally, still churning slowly toward a possible landfall late tonight along the Gulf Coast, possibly along the Mississippi Alabama line, just getting reports of damage already in Alabama after two large casino boats broke loose from a dock where they had been undergoing construction. America is listening. Fox News.
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"According to Biden, the Briana Taylor officer should be charged does not matter that A tragic situation does not necessarily mean somebody did anything criminal in the Briana Taylor case, maybe 39 page supporting document that suggested the Briana Taylor was, in fact involved with her ex boyfriend's drug trafficking. There's a lot of supporting evidence they took out a no knock warrant. On that basis, there's no evidence the police officers thought that no, not weren't was fraudulent. They did not. According to the police officers. They did not in fact and then after they knocked People inside said they didn't announce themselves after they don't. Then they started to force the door as a no knock warrant would suggest they were shot at by Briana Taylor's current boyfriend, at which point they tried to shoot the boyfriend, and instead they have reality. That's a tragic, terrible situation, but that is not necessarily a criminal situation. In fact, it's very difficult to think of a way you could charge the officers in that case. Nonetheless, because the facts of the case no matter Joe Biden is now suggesting that all of these officers should be charged. Why? Because well, Joe Biden insists that cops are mostly good. They work for systemically racist system. Of course, there was Joe Biden pushing this message. Last week. Your running mate, Senator Harris said that the officer who shot Jacob Blake, based on what she has seen should be charged. Do you agree with her? And do you also believe the same for the officers who were involved in the death of Briana Taylor? I think we should let the justice system Work its way. I do think there's a minimum needs to be charged the officers and Israel what was beyond Taylor. So we should have let the judicial system work its magic, but also they should be charged. That's not how the judicial system works. What? Why? Why should they be charged? You just said you were in the process to work. But then you said, you don't want the process to work because they should be charged in the absence of evidence, because again the system is bad. Sometimes I think that people on the right herbs are engaged in a fool's errand trying to actually do the work. Sometimes not people on the right anybody with a semblance of brain power. We're we're engaging a fool's errand, trying to actually distinguish between cases when people like Joe Biden are suggesting no distinctions are necessary. And this is one of my pet peeves is the suggestion by people like Joe Biden that people like Michael Brown were innocent victims of the cops. And a lump in Michael Brown's Hoffman are very who's actually the victim of the murder? Why exactly are all these cases together? Because again, the implicit answer is it's the system. And people like Joe Biden should run the system so they can run your life, too. We shouldn't treat people as individuals coming up. You would think that when we examine individual cases of police use.
"briana taylor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Broken down on 8 41 Come in north bound at the just north of the east and tunnels are next report is in 15 minutes. I'm Jason Erhard News Radio, 8 40 w. You okay? Why Meteorologist Mammal? Oh ceviche with a Monday forecast. It'll feature partly sunny skies. It's going to be hot and humid, with highs near 92 that heat humidity will pop up a chance of some showers and storms in the afternoon. Those will diminish this evening with a warm low of 75 tonight will hit 93 tomorrow again with the chances on pop up showers and storms in the afternoon. We'll keep that chance of a cooling shower on Wednesday, but high stay hot. At 95 Wook Y forecast a meteorologist Matt Melissa, Veg, Kentucky. Anna's breaking news, weather and traffic station. This's news radio. Wait 40 W. H. J s Your news now. Mural of Briana Taylor, David Makati and George Floyd. All killed at the hands of police has been unveiled in Louisville. It's called, say their names. It features protest messages. Like arrest. The cops that killed Briana Taylor and I can't breathe. George Floyd's last words. Taylor was fatally shot by police March 13th while cops were serving a narcotics warrant in her Louisville home. One of the three officers who shot into her home has been fired along with the police chief. David Makati is the restauranteur fatally shot by a national Guard member, and George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis in May. Kentucky State Police continue their investigation into an officer involved shooting a week ago. Today, the preliminary autopsy report shows John Parks died as a result of gunshot wounds sustained in an altercation with law enforcement I Sandy Collins, CBS News update. HEALTH officials are concerned Pack July 4th parties will fuel the Corona virus come back. New records continue to be said in places like Florida and Texas, former CDC.