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Winfrey demanding justice for Breonna Taylor with billboards
"After putting brand of Taylor on the cover of a magazine Oprah Winfrey is spreading her message with billboards demanding justice for the Kentucky woman according to news outlets twenty six billboards are going up across Louisville demanding that the police officers involved in Brianna Taylor's death be arrested and charged that's one Billboard for every year of the black woman's life Taylor was shot multiple times March thirteenth when police officers burst into her apartment using a no knock warrant during a narcotics investigation the warrant to search your home was in connection with the suspect who didn't live there and no drugs were found the decision whether to bring state level criminal charges against the Louisville officers rests with the Kentucky Attorney General I actually have lower
Trump wants to ban Tik Tok
"Actually let's talk a little bit about Tick Tock today I performed this morning. An Act of rebellion. I downloaded installation talk on my iphone because who knows how much longer I'll be able to do it it's very confusing I don't know what's going on. Tick Tock, which is owned by the Chinese company Bite Dance Safest that committee. Or foreign investment in the United. States apparently is investigating I. Think they actually issued a ruling saying that like, wow away tick tock was a threat to the United States One of the ways tiktok became really big as by acquiring a couple years ago musically, which is really I think from what I see on. tiktok kind of the backbone of what Tick Tock is these days, which is lip synching or acting or dancing to an original track It's it's very entertaining. It's a it's probably the most engaging social network out there. But apparently, it's a threat to our way of life. On Friday the president on Air Force One. said that he was about to ban it as soon as yesterday. From the United States I'm not sure under what law safest can do it I think. But I don't know if the president can by executive order banning application. then for the last week Microsoft Been. Negotiating to buy the American rights to talk to kind of create a tick tick Tock America that would be separate from the Chinese bite. Dance. TIKTOK. But then the president says I'M GONNA ban it but I don't want anybody to buy it. So, micro-. Microsoft said. Threw their hands off and said figure it out and there. They didn't end the conversation with bite dance. Apparently, they were fairly close but they're not forwarding it until they find out what happens I'm GonNa make a prediction. Nothing is going to happen except now people are going to download and use TIKTOK. Brianna is tick tock a threat to national security. It's not a unique threat to national security. We need to have a conversation about the kinds of information social media APPS are able to download from our phones. We all remember the scandals of facebook on android downloading your tire phone list gang everyone you've ever called. We need to have a conversation about that, but there's there's really no evidence that what Tiktok is pulling is any greater than what you know facebook instagram these other social media sites are. Pulling so far. So we need a wider discussion about that. How's it just want to say I wish I could tell you this was just trump in the Republicans that would make me very happy. My heart broke today to see Chuck Schumer on the Sunday morning shows advocating the same thing tech talk. So you know it's it is we need to have a conversation about national security and the amount of information were giving up but it's I think. To just focus on TIKTOK. Sign of. Phobia. Or Zena Phobia Paris, you seem like a Tiktok user. I that's only because you're younger than. I. Did recently re downloaded when this whole. Wanted to make sure that I had it. I'm sure is a common response. I agree with everything the Brown said in the sense that I don't know I've been particularly disturbed by. The reactions to take talks, data collection both from the left and right and just. Experts in the tech field generally over the past couple of months because it is definitely coming from a place of seeing phobia. I mean, we have so many different. American. Made APPS that. Do many of the same things I mean one thing that I've seen noted quite often as to talk has the ability to see what you've. You know copied near Clipboard when guests so do most of the apps you have on your phone. Is Operatives. It's not a tiktok specific problem. This came up because of Iowa's fourteen, which is in public Beta now so people are suddenly using it and dozens of applications. I. Think must be a library that they all subscribe to infect somebody a couple of weeks ago. Somebody told me that it was. Ad Library I use of what a clearly noninvasive program from panic software Call Code editor, which lets me log into my Server. with SSh and and edit files and things like that and it was. I got the same thing that you get on Iowa's fourteen O, coders looking clipboard every time I typed to character. Now I don't think coded only panic software famous for an FTP program and this H. Program is at spying on me obviously, they're not. they're using the same code library. So it's a, it's a, it's a bug. That's what Lincoln Microsoft's linked in said as well. So. I think it's also just one of those things where if you're building an APP especially in. The Tom I. Don't know there was a time when absence of for being built were there wasn't this conversation about security and privacy. Why would map designers not take the position of? Yeah. All the things maybe we'll need that information talk said quite credibly. We're just looking to see if you put a url on your clipboard so we can pasted in. That seems credible I. Don't know if you need to do it every single time I type of character that seems like more that book I can tell you firsthand from developing an Iowa it's often easiest just to get it submitted to the APP store to take a bunch of permissions and It's just it's like you're trying to debugging in. Store, to accept it is just quirky. I can't tell you how many times I in other APP developers have. Just it's a very, very quirky system. So I, think this is just in Beta. I think it's really important to point out as far as the impetus for this I personally do not think it's a coincidence that tiktok was widely credited for disrupting trump's Tulsa rally a couple of weeks ago and Sarah Cooper is so famous for she's making five star she's she's amazing and those videos are brutal to trump and I I don't. That's a coincidence. She does trump limps licks lip sync. And I was talking to a friend said you know is the trump on TV I can't understand what he's saying but then I watched Cooper and that makes sense Sarah ads expressions and Gestures and all kinds of makes sense all of us and so I don't think the president should be so quick to to not like Sarah purchase he's adding context Might have something to do with it certainly in his mind because we know. You know. I don't know what he's going to do to Cape Pop stands because they were the other the other group that apparently figured out that you could register took on trump's team has got to be wise enough to know you can't take on the capons stands. Being. The capon stands the United States would crumble. Yes. That would be it would be over right. You just can't win against the K pop stands So. They were both advocating people sign up for the Tulsa Rally and not not show and Honestly the fault lies with Brad Par Scout trump's former campaign manager and his campaign team for believing all those registrations and building a giant outdoor stage. Giant parking lot so that the millions of people who are going to be coming because they all registered would have somewhere to be, and then I loved. Well, I shouldn't say that that sounds partisan was interesting to see the one person with the baby stroller in that giant area and the rest of the arena half full or third full So I could see why he might be a little angry about that. Is there. No, Matt. And I'm not putting you in the position of speaking for the government I want to say that in fact, we should have said that. That Nazi for the. Federal government but you also having worked Akiko Google you understand how you know a little bit about how this stuff works the the there's not any proof that while way for instance, has ever done anything. Particularly Evil they've done some commercial espionage apparently, but nothing could particularly evil but there's the potential if they run the entire five G. Network that at some point, they could inject malicious software to the network or shut it down. Is What could Even even sounds stupid asking it. What could take time do? It's the forbidden APP. If you think about it if you don't have it on your phone, it could disappear at any time. No I think it's it's less about that although you do see companies like Amazon saying, Hey, on your work phone or work device please don't install. And they did it. Because they realize Oh we do business with these guys. Let's not this them off but wells Fargo did that I think the Department of Defense I don't know about you sds, but it's reasonable if you've got a company phone. Probably shouldn't have facebook or instagram on it either you right? Yeah. I keep my twitter and all that stuff very far away from work phone. It's my it's my personal account, but you know it's I can understand why people want to have just a a sense of okay. Let's be careful. Let's see what's going on and then You know just making sure that you can depend on the. Tools all the way down reflections on trusting trust. You can put things into a compiler, which then you can remove it from the source code and turns out that thing can stay in the compiler for years and years and years. So you know you don't WanNa be load bearing on any particular technology that you can't quite vouch for his guesses what people are thinking, what would be the legal? How could a president ban an APP in the United States I was thinking about this in the one thing the United States government is very effective at is We we we went after Isis in I sell at a very effective way instead of this Ip address to a recruitment site you can't access it. So my my guess would be the executive order would basically grafter the ISP's and say you can't go to this particular ISP but think about that I know of VPN products is sponsor show sponsored mind and to know how few seconds would take the average teenager together VPN account to just keep their tiktok going. Yesterday I downloaded the tiktok cap the first video that came up credit account 'cause I forgot my previous password was a if Tiktok it's banned. Here's how to get around it. You don't Vpn you can go into the settings, your phone, change your country of origin to Canada and then You're great. Exactly I mean it's not enforceable basically So I mean one thing Leo I think. Matt and I would probably agree that we do need to. I don't know if it's more oversight from the point of sale like on the APP store or Google play I I don't know if it's kind of an External Code audit policy for these kinds of APPs on their own by countries I. Think we agree we we need more oversight and we need to make sure all of these are not stealing data from people and just to get people very brief history lesson you know Edward Snowden had some very serious allegations about our own spying agencies using. Facebook to gather intelligence on people all around the world there's evidence for that. There's no hard evidence at this point the Tiktok is doing any of this. So if we're serious about doing this, the answer isn't to further balkanize the United States from the rest of the world the answers to form coalitions with other countries say look if you're going to operate here in, you know if you're gonNA have the software operating in our country here, the rule you have to follow you can't just arbitrarily download people's Phone books, there's going to be You know civil fights. That's clearly the way to go is got to be bigger than just tiktok. I'm just looking at Tick Tock on my iphone. It has access to my photos because I gave it access to my photo so I could put a profile picture on there. it gives me notifications I could turn that off. That's that's a push though that's not a poll. Background APP refresh means it can run in the background and cellular data doesn't ask for. location data doesn't ask for I mean facebook asks for ten times more. That's why I don't have it on my phone. I. mean the worst thing Tiktok does is waste millions of hours a productivity, and maybe that's a recent ban I don't know. But I, just I don't understand how it could be used. If it's not getting location permissions, how could it be used maliciously and I think it is getting location position. I know that I've know anecdotally at least from a couple of friends whenever they let's say go to Connecticut to visit family or something they will suddenly get Connecticut. Themed Tiktok content or something similar. Okay. that could just be from. Connection you can get that from the IP address so they could get a Geo location through IP address without asking APP without telling apple that they're doing that that would make sense. Okay. So they're getting them. Every cannon probably, I hate to say it probably does do that.
Microsoft to 'move quickly' on TikTok deal following Trump talks
"The last week Microsoft Been. Negotiating to buy the American rights to talk to kind of create a tick tick Tock America that would be separate from the Chinese bite. Dance. TIKTOK. But then the president says I'M GONNA ban it but I don't want anybody to buy it. So, micro-. Microsoft said. Threw their hands off and said figure it out and there. They didn't end the conversation with bite dance. Apparently, they were fairly close but they're not forwarding it until they find out what happens I'm GonNa make a prediction. Nothing is going to happen except now people are going to download and use TIKTOK. Brianna is tick tock a threat to national security. It's not a unique threat to national security. We need to have a conversation about the kinds of information social media APPS are able to download from our phones. We all remember the scandals of facebook on android downloading your tire phone list gang everyone you've ever called. We need to have a conversation about that, but there's there's really no evidence that what Tiktok is pulling is any greater than what you know facebook instagram these other social media sites are. Pulling so far. So we need a wider discussion about that. How's it just want to say I wish I could tell you this was just trump in the Republicans that would make me very happy. My heart broke today to see Chuck Schumer on the Sunday morning shows advocating the same thing tech talk. So you know it's it is we need to have a conversation about national security and the amount of information were giving up but it's I think. To just focus on TIKTOK. Sign of. Phobia. Or Zena Phobia Paris, you seem like a Tiktok user. I that's only because you're younger than. I. Did recently re downloaded when this whole. Wanted to make sure that I had it. I'm sure is a common response. I agree with everything the Brown said in the sense that I don't know I've been particularly disturbed by. The reactions to take talks, data collection both from the left and right and just. Experts in the tech field generally over the past couple of months because it is definitely coming from a place of seeing phobia. I mean, we have so many different. American. Made APPS that. Do many of the same things I mean one thing that I've seen noted quite often as to talk has the ability to see what you've. You know copied near Clipboard when guests so do most of the apps you have on your phone. Is Operatives. It's not a tiktok specific problem. This came up because of Iowa's fourteen, which is in public Beta now so people are suddenly using it and dozens of applications. I. Think must be a library that they all subscribe to infect somebody a couple of weeks ago. Somebody told me that it was. Ad Library I use of what a clearly noninvasive program from panic software Call Code editor, which lets me log into my Server. with SSh and and edit files and things like that and it was. I got the same thing that you get on Iowa's fourteen O, coders looking clipboard every time I typed to character. Now I don't think coded only panic software famous for an FTP program and this H. Program is at spying on me obviously, they're not. they're using the same code library. So it's a, it's a, it's a bug. That's what Lincoln Microsoft's linked in said as well. So. I think it's also just one of those things where if you're building an APP especially in. The Tom I. Don't know there was a time when absence of for being built were there wasn't this conversation about security and privacy. Why would map designers not take the position of? Yeah. All the things maybe we'll need that information talk said quite credibly. We're just looking to see if you put a url on your clipboard so we can pasted in. That seems credible I. Don't know if you need to do it every single time I type of character that seems like more that book I can tell you firsthand from developing an Iowa it's often easiest just to get it submitted to the APP store to take a bunch of permissions and It's just it's like you're trying to debugging in. Store, to accept it is just quirky. I can't tell you how many times I in other APP developers have. Just it's a very, very quirky system. So I, think this is just in Beta. I think it's really important to point out as far as the impetus for this I personally do not think it's a coincidence that tiktok was widely credited for disrupting trump's Tulsa rally a couple of weeks ago and Sarah Cooper is so famous for she's making five star she's she's amazing and those videos are brutal to trump and I I don't. That's a coincidence. She does trump limps licks lip sync. And I was talking to a friend said you know is the trump on TV I can't understand what he's saying but then I watched Cooper and that makes sense Sarah ads expressions and Gestures and all kinds of makes sense all of us and so I don't think the president should be so quick to to not like Sarah purchase he's adding context Might have something to do with it certainly in his mind because we know. You know. I don't know what he's going to do to Cape Pop stands because they were the other the other group that apparently figured out that you could register took on trump's team has got to be wise enough to know you can't take on the capons stands. Being. The capon stands the United States would crumble. Yes. That would be it would be over
Washington, DC - Montgomery County officials approve policy on limiting police use of force, no-knock warrants
"Year, there were 140 search warrants executed by police in Montgomery County, Maryland. Of those 140 search warrants, 108 of them were referred to as No knock warrant, which means that usually SWAT team members go in without notice because there is I'm concerned that there will be ah potential violent situation. History of illegal weapons in the home or domicile that the police are are entering under that warrant, and therefore they have to have that element of surprise. Now, in the last 40 years in Montgomery County, there have been only three incidents of a no knock warrant that have involved his shooting. Three in the last 40 years. But because of the tragic killing of Briana Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky. The elected officials, known as the Montgomery County Council decided to eliminate no knock warrants yesterday from the tactics and procedures that the Montgomery County police can employ in executing their job. It makes no sense to anyone who understands law enforcement and we need to talk about it. Lee Holland is the corporate vice president of the Fraternal Order of Police. Large 35 which represents cops in Montgomery County, Mr Holland. That's just one thing that they did yesterday. But I want to start there. What am I missing here? What is what happened to Brianna Taylor have to do it all with your cops in Montgomery County. I'm not exactly sure what Louisville has to do with the officers in Montgomery County. That's kind of same thing nationwide. The issues that happen nationwide eyes being brought into here through the council, as if it happens here, McDermott County and here in the Greek army We have a great police force. The men and women here do a great job. But I don't understand what changes are needed because things were happening elsewhere. And in fact, as the Montgomery County Council, I contemplated these changes to police policy. Were you consulted where the members of the police force consulted? What voice did you have in figuring this out? So we are submitted letters, which were not put as part of the packet. I testified the one question when I was called up on to the zoom platform over collected barring piece, But besides that piece of legislation, we had no input. And was there any rationale in terms of what did the politicians here were they able to point to specific incidents that have occurred in Montgomery County that rationalized to change of policy? No, they didn't. They didn't point of specific instance in this county. In fact, there's been talk from some council members, saying there's a green racism within our police department, and there is no basis of facts on that. So I mean, what are you able to do here in terms of representing the cops of Montgomery County and ensuring that they have the tools that they have to have available to them to to do their job? Well, I think one is being on shows like yourself and the other media to let him know exactly what this bill does, because what this bill does is is Help or not help. I should say it. Hamstrings us from investigating crimes or stopping crimes right after they are committed, because now the way we had reasonable suspicion to stop somebody where crime we now need probable cause to detain somebody. To put our hands on somebody, and that creates a whole different standard that's going to let people walk away from from crimes. And I like Officer stopped. You issued a statement yesterday to the media about this, and I appreciate you joining us live here, Leigh Holland. You issued a statement that was highly critical of what the Montgomery County Council did will Jawando one of the council members, he said, this on Twitter, I'll read it to you says It's very unfortunate that at this critical moment in history, the Fraternal Order of Police doesn't recognise the importance of de escalation and living in the use of The force as last resort to protect the lives of residents and rebuild public trust. I'd love for you to respond to that, in terms of the idea of de escalation and limiting the use of deadly force is the last resort. First of all, isn't it already a last resort? Absolutely, And it's unfortunate that counts numbered. Wanda doesn't want a partner with us on really police reform. We always wanted be escalate as much as we can. But the escalation is a two way street. Outside of wants a deescalate, too, And we always want to use deadly force as a last resort. We want to create time and distance. We want to get back up there. We want to use the less lethal force as much as possible, but sometimes that just can't happen. Really police reform needs to be something that everybody wants. That's supported by the police officers and supported by the community, not just one side, and that's what you're trying to get here, which we started at the bottom. Are we training? How are we recruiting? These sorts of things, not how can we hold off a cannibal Hackney fire officers. We don't like what they do when
Baseball is making Black Lives Matter center stage on Opening Day
"Talking to ESPN Major League Baseball reporter out and Gonzalez, and that being said I feel the cat's sorta out of the bag. It feels like as a whole athletes across all sports or looking around and saying I want to use my voice for more now. We're used to baseball players, not necessarily having a ton of voice. That's one of the issues. Sport has faced for the last several years. So what now the the voice is going to be one that is so charged, socially divas sense of how owners feel about finally. The the players are out there speaking, but they're speaking about issues. That may be controversial to their fans. Yeah and you know what I think. The owners are in a situation where even if they were against it or didn't like it or didn't like what it did to their revenue streams, there's nothing they can do about it. Because one thing that's been important, that's happened recently, and you can say financially driven or whatever it is but Major. League Baseball has their support Major League baseball sort of wrapped his arms around this movement and other professional sports leagues, having the NFL in a way that to be honest I don't know that I'd ever imagined. Imagined them doing so with the video tributes for black lives matter before every game. You'RE GONNA. See that a lot today. everybody at the Dodge at the dodgers stadium last might melt and held onto a black ribbon before the game. This is not just something that the players are empowered to do right now, but it's also something that has the backing of the League that and to be fair. The League caught a lot of criticism because they were sort of late in releasing a statement and lending its voice actor George Floyd's burner, but You know there. There'd be aggressive with this. Teams are being aggressive with this I. Mean right before I jumped on with you, I saw the the Tampa Bay rays twitter feed. I don't know if you saw that, but they said something to the effect that it's opening day, and it's time to arrest the people who killed Brianna Taylor like Whoa I never like good for them. I never thought. I would see a major league baseball franchise. Put something like that on social media on the day of opening day, but this is where we are, and if your ownership and you're against it. Sorry I mean we just need to get out of the way.
Justice for Breonna Taylor with Andrea J Ritchie
"March thirteen, twenty twenty Briana was shot and killed by police in Louisville Kentucky. In what's been described as a botched raid officers barged into Taylor's apartment under a no knock warrant and fired multiple rounds. No drugs were found the no knock warrant in question was actually for Taylor's ex boyfriend and his friends who live miles away. It had already been detained by the time. Please enter Taylor's home. As maddening as honest death is most Americans hadn't even heard of it until nearly three months later as the national unrest around the deaths of Egmont arbitrary and George Floyd's began to unfold. What all the stories of those killed and brutalized by police are important. Brianna isn't the first black woman to have hers reduced to a footnote in the larger narrative. Why are the guests of black women at the hands of police received so much differently, and what can we do to change that? Today to help us understand. We're joined by Andrea J, reaching the author of invisible, no more police violence against black women and women of color. Andrea Richie thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks so much for having me, so let's jump right into it and start with your book invisible. No more. Can you tell us a bit about it and like what inspired you to write this? One inspire me to write invisible. No more was the work that I've been doing for the past couple of decades, documenting or around litigating around advocating around and just generally Around black women girls, Queer and Trans People's experiences, policing and wanting to provide some context for the individual cases that we were hearing about so for instance thinking about Brianna Taylor. If you looked invisible, no more you learn that. Unfortunately she's far from the first black woman who was killed in a no knock drug raid. You bring up Taylor and I know there's definitely this feeling when I look at her case. In the cases of other black women would been killed at the hands of police. It seems like they don't get as much attention as the cases of black man who had been killed by the police. But the thing you point out your book is that that's not a feeling that that is reality. He talked to us a bit about that pattern. Yeah I think the title of the book is both a statement of fact, a demand an aspiration, right? It's a statement of fact that hosts Sandra. Bland black women's experiences of policing are no longer invisible. In the way they were pre twenty fifteen often say that before twenty fifty nine. I feel like I'd be talking underwater constantly about violence against women and girls, and it just wasn't landing, and then all of a sudden in two thousand fifteen. It's like my. My head popped above water, and suddenly there was also a lot of other voices speaking in same same thing, so in that sense. We're at an unprecedented level visibility of black women's experiences of policing. I would say that's true for Briana Taylor. There's a way in which we still have a long way to go for black women's experiences to be at the center of our consciousness around this issue to be informed by Black Women's experiences. That's the next step we have to move past visibility to action. Why do you think there's been such a difference between the reception? Of Brianna? Taylor versus Church Floyd. Our understanding of police violence is definitely shaped to the experiences, a black man who are assumed to be straight and not Trans Right. That's the story of state violence that we hear that with the media reproduces that we produce the telling stories to each other in such a way that even when black women's experiences happen in broad daylight on camera in the same way, the happened for George Floyd. Are Invisible in some way when you look at the incident report for Briana. Taylor's killing. It says no one was injured. And that's just an extreme example of how invisible violence against black women is. Here's a black woman who died in a hail of bullets blood out in her own bed in her own home where she was sleeping. Police report says no one was hurt the last reason i. think it's invisible is because. If as a society, we had to contend with state violence against black women that's informed by both anti blackness and gender violence right beside more than we would have to contend with anti black women violence in our communities. Contend again with the fact that this nation is built on violence against black women's bodies and black and Trans bodies and we're not ready to do that. You know there's this theory, though I think we've all heard that part of the reason why there's such a big difference between the response to be honest anthem response to George. Is that free? Honest wasn't caught on camera quick. Do you think about that I unfortunately point people to a lot of videotape? Black women dying on camera to police Natasha McKenna is a ten minute video of her being. tased to death by police there's. Video of Doina Johnson, a Black Trans woman, being brutally beaten in the police precinct that did not inspire an uprising in the same way that Rodney. King stood. They don't WanNa. Keep repeating kind of the the degree of violence, but what I want to say is that there's no shortage of videotaped evidence of police violence against black women I don't. Think that's. The entirety of the story is something. They also feels especially Kinda unique about Brianna Taylor's case is that it's almost become this this inescapable meam as of late like people I've seen weird social media posts like even sometimes dance challenges like it. It's kind of taken on a life of its own ultimately is that type of attention is? Is that helpful or harmful? I think that it recreates some of the narratives that produce the death of black women. I think it's recreating the notion. The objectification of black women that in this case Brianna Taylor story is an opportunity to make. A clever pun or acute mean and we've lost spree on his humanity in that. We've lost the fact that she was a sister. She was a daughter. She was an emt. She was someone who was full of joy of laughter jokes the life of the party she was. Multidimensional Person Right and I think we just need to be careful that we're not turning visibility in the way that black women have been made visible in ways that are harmful produce more violence.
Washington, DC Council committee approves racial equity bill
"Of focusing its sights on racial equality, getting closer to passing a bill that aims to improve it. I believe this measure Presents a very big step in the right direction tells Remember David Grosso one, the committee vote to approve the bill that that would would establish establish the the office office of of Racial Racial Equity Equity toe toe oversee oversee training training throughout throughout the the district. district. Government Government Council Council member member Brianna Brianna Dough Dough hopes hopes it it will will foster foster change. change. We said it's an acknowledged that despite being with third largest racial demographic NBC, we've never seen a Hispanic or Latino member of the council, and that's a reality. I hope changes soon. The reject still has to be passed by the full counsel. The log
Rihanna's 'R9' Album Reportedly Put On Hold Indefinitely As She Wants To Focus On Business Ventures
"Rianna is in the neighborhood knew like it's the beginning of the year. I think we all had a lot of different visions of what 2020 was going to be. And definitely one thing we thought was gonna happen in 2020 and technically still could happen was Oh, Rianna is dropping the album This year We're finally get again a new album from Rianna. We were so hopeful, And now it seems like those hopes of that new album are just Admonition, becoming smaller and smaller, especially after this, according to sources, Rianna has decided to put the album on pause indefinitely is a few reasons for this. One of them, obviously, is Cove in 19 the pandemic, Everything going on in the country. Political Iwas. It's You know, it's just kind of shifted the energy and she feels that you know her. Her services are best used other places. And as we've seen during this time she really has been helping out wherever she can. Starting from. Donating ventilators to Barbados to donating money for a pee pee for nurses and medical staff, to also just, you know, doing whatever she can when it comes to donating money that's going to help out all of these people right now. Also, though, Rianna has according to the sources has seen kind of what the music industry with the pandemic has done to the music industry. And as we know, artists. A lot of others are not touring there, you know, putting things on pause as well. So I think her I think the rollout of what she was Undid her album, Toe look like obviously would be different if she decided to still drop that album s O. That's one other reason. Another one, too. Is she still really focused on her beauty? Lying? Fenty Cosmetics is an amazing line, and she wants to expand it even more. Apparently, she's starting getting ready to. Ah, launch a beauty care line, so As you know, fancy cosmetics. It's you know, foundation and blush and eye shadows to where the skin line would be Probably more like cleansers. And you know things just to make a list. Make us look beautiful. That's all she wants. Big. She just wants us to look beautiful. This and I don't understand her holding the music, you know, doesn't because when Brianna drop has got to be grand? We don't know when it's gonna be when it could be grand like that. Well, you know Videos, tours and shows. And you know what I'm saying is, we just did a whole different climate right
Technology Helps Train Police Officers
"Around the country for the past few weeks, protests have erupted over the killing of George Floyd. The arrests kindle renewed outrage over the deaths of black Americans like Brianna Taylor Eric Garner Michael Brown among many others and the mistreatment of people of Color by police. The protests have also sparked and national reckoning for many police departments. They've been trying to reduce the use of lethal force and improve accountability among other things through training. From The Wall Street Journal this is the future of everything I'm Janet Baben. Today on the show we'll consider the future of police training with virtual reality technology. What's most powerful about the are? You're able to create worlds and circumstances and experiences that you wouldn't be able to create in the real world that can help you shift your perspective, which is really different than a training. We'll speak with researchers about how the brain perceives are and whether it can address bias. Notwithstanding or conscious beliefs or conscious convictions, and we'll talk about why a future developments in Vr police training may fall short. Tell me why you shot. Shot because he was within that zone, you know I felt there was leased departments have long used actors playing and instructional videos to train officers to deal with real life scenarios, but this can be. Pricey and not very realistic. People who make and sell virtual reality say the technology can improve training. If you play video games. You're probably familiar with VR. It's been around for a while, but we asked Wall Street Journal attack video game reporter Sara Needham, in to explain virtual reality is all encompassing. It's a matter of hardware so when you put on APR headset. Everything you see up down left right turnaround. Everything is in there virtual world one hundred percent. You cannot see anything else, so you feel very immersed the main difference between VR other video simulations you can actually interact with this computer generated three D world. It's so. That Sarah says you can get sucked in and lose yourself. I experienced this myself. playing a racing game where I was sitting down very low, and we felt like a cockpit of a vehicle, and as we went around the turns, I literally felt like we were going to crash into the wall, because I wasn't driving very well, and it scared me. For Police. It's not about the thrill or fear of race track. It's about learning how to lean into the fear and still be able to deal with it calmly. If you feel like you've done something before been in a situation before. You're better at knowing how to react. You can practice your actions in these potentially life, threatening situations and hopefully resolve altercations peacefully. We'll talk more about this in just a bit. It's one of the reasons that some of the biggest law enforcement groups in the country like the Los Angeles. Police Department are turning to Vr. The LAPD has a history connected to police, misconduct and misuse force. In Nineteen ninety-one. Were caught on tape brutally beating motorist Rodney. King a black, man. The officers acquitted of criminal charges sparking riots in Los Angeles. In the early two thousands. The department was put under Federal Investigation for. Engaging in a pattern or practice of excessive force, false arrests and unreasonable searches and seizures, the government came in with what's known as a consent decree to change the culture in the LAPD. Dr. Lou Pinella joined the department in the middle of all that in two thousand five. The Rodney King incident put a laser focus on LAPD, tactics and training as well. I believe that we have continued to expand on that every year, both by how we work with our community and the training that we offer. She's the director of Police Training and education at the LAPD and she revamped its training. Process Department currently trains officers with something called a forced option simulator. It's often referred to as first generation. VR says it trains police in real life scenarios you walk into a room and one walls, completely blank and on their, we will project a scenario that an officer has to handle. Handle, it could be anything from a person in a park to a bank robbery to an office scenario, workplace violence scenario, something like that and officers will get a call, and they'll come into the room and and try to respond to what is in front of them. In the meantime, there's a instructor at the back of the room who be on a computer. Computer and as the scenario unfolding, they are able to branch in different directions, where either the officers are calming, the situation down, or it becomes more difficult to handle
Kerry Washington on Hollywood's Diversity Problem
"The entertainment industry begins the slow process of returning to work. Will there be as Carrie? Washington says a real shift in institutional practices can there be a different and more diverse Hollywood. We know because of the coronavirus. There will be changes in how people do their work. But. What about the work itself? How far will the industry reset? Actually go? This is Hollywood the sequel. Welcome to our new podcast from La Studios. Each week were sitting down with some of the sharpest minds in the entertainment business to talk about where Hollywood might be headed as it returns to work. We'll get into the external changes for production marketing distribution, and with the movie theater business in tatters. What even defines ahead? We'll also explore the biggest question of all. Will there be systemic change that finally corrects the inequalities that may have been acknowledged, but hardly repaired. And that's where we'll begin this first episode with actor and producer. Kerry Washington. You know her from the TV series scandal. We spoke initially in mid-may, and we'll share that conversation in a bit, but after the killings of George Floyd Brianna, Taylor Ahmad Arboretum and the protests against police, brutality and systemic racism that followed we wanted to get carries thoughts on how this moment might affect the entertainment industry and America itself. I think one of the things that is challenging to. METABOLIZE is that. Not, that much has changed for black people in the last couple of weeks. But there's a different response to it. And so I think. The sentiments of the moment that feel revelatory. I don't feel like those feelings belong to me this. This is not a moment of revelation, but I'm watching the revelation. Unfold around me for people. And I'm grateful that that as a not even as a country, but that the world is showing up for black lives. In a different way. But this is what what has been the reality, this level of danger and anger and fear and. Maybe trauma lack of safety like these have been the realities for black Americans since there were black Americans. There are fundamental differences between a moment and a turning point and I'm wondering optimistically even. Is there a way that real change not only in the country, but also in the business that you work in. Can come out of this. I think so. I think I can hope so. You know I mean we're not. None of us have a crystal ball. It'll be the historians that tell us years from now whether this was a flash point a turning point. But I? I it feels it certainly feels for me like something is different, and like we have to be willing to look at ourselves. Regardless of what industry were in. Do you hope comes out of it? What are you hope changes I? Mean what what would you say would mark progress or change? I think a more radical acceptance of Anti Racist, society policies and culture because I think what people are realizing is that it's not enough to just not be racist that because our institutions. Were built. In the fabric of racism because our country was born, you know with. Black Americans being designated a fraction of human being like it's. It's not enough to just not be racist. We have to be actively anti-racist. and for that desire to come from. A deep. Understanding that we all deserve full rights of humanity. Yes all lives matter, but accepting that to be an anti-racist society. We have to affirm that black lives matter. I think that's I. think that's where we're at I think people are finally kind of. That and our institutions need to understand that not just. Interpersonal relationships, it's important that we're having those conversations that our dinner tables in in our classrooms, but also at the highest levels in our systems of government in our systems that are supposedly built for public safety. We have to ask ourselves. Who Do we deem the public? And who do we deem the enemy? so. I, I'm hoping that I'm hoping that that this all of this new. revelatory reflection lends itself to transformation, not just the hearts and minds, but also institutional practices, and those institutions can include you know arts organizations like the theater industry. Because there's this letter Hashtag, we see you which calls out racism in the theater. It signed by people like Sterling K.. Brown is Array Lin Manuel Miranda I. Think you shared it on twitter. What comes out of that and the best possible outcome to me. It seems really obvious like. We look at ourselves to get better and do better. That's the that's the practice of self. Reflection is to ask ourselves how we can do better so I mean even the language of inclusivity and diversity right like when we say that we're committed to diversity its diverse from what we're still centering whiteness as the most important thing and allowing or inviting diversity around that or when we talk about inclusivity. They're still an in out, so we're still centering certain kinds of people and you know maybe in tiny fractions allowing admitting other people to the table, so there's just so much of it that needs to be reexamined and and look at
Gunman opens fire at Breonna Taylor protest site in Louisville
"A man was killed at a black lives matter protest in Louisville Kentucky video posted on social media appears to show the gunmen opening fire as people ran for cover the demonstrators gathered at Jefferson square park to protest the death of Brianna Taylor who was killed by a police officer in
"brianna" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Brianna Taylor her mother to Micah a life mattered and and not be an out here showing support shows that her life matter and we're not done yet so they know that her life matter Riana Taylor was shot eight times by police who burst into were home during an Arcata X. investigation back in March the federal reserve said yesterday in a worst case scenario banks could lose seven hundred billion dollars due to the pandemic Dow futures are down this is CBS news dell technologies advisors are here to help businesses work remotely with unparalleled collaboration solutions like windows ten and Microsoft teams call eight seven seven asphodel number one forty nine fifty W. G. good morning and thank you for joining us on this Friday it's June twenty sixth twenty twenty time Jordan good morning amber Burgess Cena and let's get the weekend weather from dean default get ready tonight could have some really heavy showers and thunderstorms some with flooding downpours damaging wind gusts possibly hail then we'll see better weather for the weekend the complete accu weather five day coming up currently it's a pretty morning out there partly cloudy at metro airport this hour sixty degrees WWJ news time six oh three we are heading into the last weekend of June and that means it's time for another edition of Jabi neuter despite covert nineteen W. WJRT lighted is live local details good morning Charlie good morning Sabal forty six years ago a couple of auto workers.
Stephen Jackson: "If you don't love every race, then you can't stand with me."
"I saw earlier today something from Steven Jackson he posted on Instagram that we'll get to hear one second I believe this Stephen Jackson is painted as the angry black guy basketball player who who is militants who doesn't care about anybody black people and that's not Jackson all the time he preaches that I have love for all but those that Love Me to essentially and he said something earlier today on Instagram that I want to play right now that that really speaks to his mindset and want equality for everybody but at the same time I think about it too when I say I see where he's coming from so while I love all races but if you don't love all races then you can stand with me if you're not standing for what I'm standing for U. K. stand with me because I love everybody I don't know what's going on here I don't know what these people doing these people I don't know what does what does people doing to those people but I know what's been done us and I know how to love everybody so if you stand on the side I love what you love everybody in every race equally then you can stand with me I'm definitely on some equality for black people because we've been treated like I'm definitely some justice for my brother and so many others Brianna Taylor I'm all that but love for all who have love for if you don't love every race you can use them with me and you can draw on the street from me it's clear where I stand love all level of phone I which is Stephen Stephen Jackson I can't say it any better than that you've got to want equality almost all races almost everybody explain a simple and if you're not of the mindset we probably don't but hits
Officer Brett Hankison fired from LMPD in Breonna Taylor shooting, has 10 days to appeal
"The local police officer who allegedly fired ten shots blindly into Brianna Taylor's home has formally been fired A. B. C.'s Ryan burl reports he can appeal former Louisville metro police department officer Brett heck isn't appears ready to fight his firing first he needs to request a public hearing from the police merit board right Nichols is the president of the river city fraternal order of police they'll review the evidence of the case each side will be able to to present testimony and subpoena witnesses ebel function very much like a like a trial would if the board sides with the officer he could then appeal the firing before a judge I guess it still has not been charged in the March shooting death the Brianna Taylor
Police officer involved in Breonna Taylor shooting fired
"The an late adult night a Louisville TV film host star Kentucky is has apologizing been charged police with officer for rape doing who and fired impressions sexual shots assault into Brianna in black Taylor's face apartment prosecutors in March in Los Jimmy Angeles has Kimmel now says said been fired he Ron is Jeremy sorry on has been two charged counts with the Louisville raping one three metro for doing women police blackface department and impressions sexually termination of assaulting NBA letter star a to fourth officer Karl Malone Brett the charges and Hankinson other black allege celebrities accuses that Jeremy him and of showing rate for the delaying twenty extreme five in addressing year indifference old woman the subject at a west to the value Hollywood in a statement of home human in may Kimmel life twenty becomes fourteen because the latest he blindly entertainer that he sexually shot ten to assaulted face rounds a of reckoning a gunfire thirty three over interbreeding year the old use woman to of Taylor's and blackface a forty apartment six year even old during as woman the nation a drug separate becomes investigation more incident sensitive at a in over west March issues Hollywood like bar police the in twenty brutality interim seventeen police and chief overall calls and Hankinson that racism he raped the conduct thirty Kimmel says year his a old delay shock woman in apologizing at to the the same conscience bar came last because which July brings he had come discredit under fire at a court to the appearance officer by fox Jeremy news and did host not the department Sean enter Hannity a plea the and twenty his Kimmel six bail says year he meanwhile didn't old Taylor want to hand is set a victory was at an six emergency to point right six medical wing million foes worker dollars a who black have an objected arraignment woman to is whose set his for death criticism Friday spurred of I'm social protests Oscar wells injustice Gabriel against and police other violence issues I'm two Oscar other wells Gabriel officers are under investigation for the shooting in March hi Jackie Quinn
Police officer involved in Breonna Taylor shooting fired
"A Louisville Kentucky police officer who fired shots into Brianna Taylor's apartment in March has now been fired the Louisville metro police department termination letter to officer Brett Hankinson accuses him of showing extreme indifference to the value of human life because he blindly shot ten rounds of gunfire interbreeding to Taylor's apartment during a drug investigation in March the interim police chief calls Hankinson conduct a shock to the conscience which brings discredit to the officer and the department the twenty six year old Taylor was an emergency medical worker a black woman whose death spurred protests against police violence two other officers are under investigation for the shooting in March hi Jackie Quinn
Salem, Boston Launching Fireworks Crackdown After 2,000% Increase In Complaints
"Sail on the thirties are on the lookout for illegal fireworks ahead of the fourth of July WBZ TV's Brianna path officials in Salem are cracking down on illegal fireworks after seeing an uptick in recent weeks the city is launching a new campaign aimed at educating residents about the dangers of fireworks and the fines they could face for using them police are now adding patrols looking for illegal fireworks the mayor says it's a big problem that needs to be addressed we've seen a huge uptick in fireworks activity we had five fireworks complaints last year from may first to June fifteenth that same time period this year we've seen a hundred sixteen complaints so it's over two thousand percent increase all residents can go to the city website to report illegal fireworks there is also a math book reports filed by other
A renewed call for justice in the death of Breonna Taylor in Louisville
"In that interview this week with the Wall Street journal president trump was asked about the existence of systemic racism in American life saying although he'd like to think it doesn't exist unfortunately in his words there probably is some the president held a rose garden ceremony three weeks after the death of George Floyd signing an executive order to reform policing he met with several families of black victims killed by white police officers including the family of both from John a twenty six year old accountant who was fatally shot in his own home in twenty eighteen by a Dallas police officer who say she mistakenly entered his home thinking it was her own nearly two years later another killing in a home by a police officer caught the attention of many it happened in Louisville Texas and the woman who was shot and killed was named Brianna Taylor since her death in March of celebrities activists and protesters have been calling on the nation just say her name A. B. C.'s I'm always has more on Brianna Taylor's life and one of family as called for in the wake of her death protests across the country and demands for justice in the deaths of black men continue a fight for black women including Brianna Taylor and I focus on the matter this is much more than ninety days have passed since Brianna Taylor was killed as Louisville police raided her apartment using a no knock warrant plainclothes officers forced their way inside claiming a man had been using that apartment to traffic drugs Brianna's boyfriend who was not the suspect and his license to Kerry I thought it was a burglary and fired a single shot hitting an officer in the time police firing back several shots hitting Brianna eight times killing the twenty six year old health care worker in her home in the door in our group her boyfriend taken into custody after her death charged with attempted murder of a police officer for firing that shot charges were later dismissed no drugs were found in the apartment our Hey on June eleventh Louisville city council unanimously passed Brianna's law outlawing no knock warrants and requiring body cameras are recording before and after each search her mother to make a Palmer speaking to family attorney Ben Crump law it was here today but on a brighter note it's really cared about continue to do that Brianna's family says the search for answers has not been easy the FBI is investigating the incident report released by police three months after the shooting is mostly blank it identifies Taylor as the victim with very few details the box for forced entry checked no in the space for injuries it said none even though Taylor died at the scene the murals the posters the black squares on social media continue now addresses but celebrities are now using their platforms to raise awareness and demand there's tangible action Beyonce they wrote a letter to the Kentucky Attorney General called for charges against the officers saying the office has the power to demonstrate the value of a black woman's life and on the ground for birthday celebrations to memorials people like Courtney Riley organizing people talk about what it could be my kid to be my brother this as Brianna's mother fights to ensure her death and the deaths of so many others like her are not in
Louisville police officer involved in Breonna Taylor shooting to be fired, mayor says
"Global surveyor says one of three police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor will be fired more from CBS's Jim chrysalis Louisville's mayor says police detective Brett Hankinson has been fired for not following department rules and regulations and use of deadly force he was one of three officers to fatally shot Brianna Taylor March thirteenth the twenty six year old African American Louisville paramedic was killed in our old home when officers entered without a warrant looking for a suspect who
"brianna" Discussed on KCRW
"Brianna was killed while asleep in her apartment in March police entered without knocking her boyfriend fired shots at the officers who he thought were intruders police fired back and killed Taylor a Georgia judge has determined there's enough evidence for prosecutors to proceed with murder charges against three white men accused of killing Amman Arbury in February officials say one of the men Travis McMichael used a racial slur after the shooting Emily Jones of Georgia public broadcasting says the lead agent from the Georgia bureau of investigation Richard dial spoke of the third suspect we also learned a lot more about Roddy Brian's alleged role in this he's the person who filmed the video that went viral and set off the protests over Ahmad armories death but dial detailed how Brian and Travis Nick Michael and his father Gregory make Michael allegedly pursued armory in there to pick up trucks and essentially penned him in dial also testified that Brian Strock armory with his truck at one point Emily Jones reporting democratic leaders in the house say that on Monday they will release a comprehensive bill to address police brutality house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the legislation will address racial profiling and methods to prosecute people who violate the rights of Americans she didn't offer specifics but said it will be based on prior proposals the latest US employment numbers are due out this morning from the labor department and B. R. Scott Horsley says economists believe the nation's jobless rate in may likely rose to the highest level since the Great Depression we know that more than twelve million people filed claims for unemployment during the period covered by today's report was not known yet is how many people might have gone back to work thanks in part of that uncertainty there's a wide range of forecasts of what today's report will show all the bleak but some a lot worse than others last month losses are not expected to be as bad as April when more than twenty million jobs disappeared but the unemployment rate could approach twenty percent that would be the highest jobless figures since the mid nineteen thirties Scott Horsley NPR news Washington president trump will head to Maine's later today he'll tour of facility that makes the swamp they're used for corona virus testing he is expected to highlight how American manufacturers like puritan medical products have responded to the pandemic a White House spokesperson says the manufacturer has expanded its production after the president invoked the defense production act this is NPR their protests in Mexico over the death of a thirty year old construction worker who died in police custody a month ago NPR's Carrie Kahn says he reportedly was arrested for not wearing a face covering amid the pandemic Geelani Lopez was arrested in the state of Jalisco on may fourth bystander video shows police wrestling him to the ground while residents shouted officers that they are abusing their authority one man is heard repeatedly shouting if you kill them we know who you are according to the state's prosecutor Lopez died of injuries resulting from beatings he also says it's not clear why Lopez was arrested none of the officers involved have been arrested and all remain on duty Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro tweeted demanding justice for Giovanni Lopez the governor of Halley's go says a full investigation will be conducted Carrie Kahn NPR news Mexico City researchers at Johns Hopkins University say well over one point eight million people in the U. S. have been infected with the virus more than one hundred eight thousand people have died the researchers say that world wide well over six and a half million people have been diagnosed more than three hundred ninety one thousand people have perished retailer J. C. Penney says it is closing more than one hundred fifty stores around the country as it downsized as during the pandemic the Texas based firm says this will take at least ten weeks or longer J. C. Penney filed for bankruptcy protection last month it's the largest retailer to do so since the pandemic forced the closure of nonessential brick and mortar stores I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include serve pro committed to observing the highest cleaning and sanitation standards available to help twenty four seven Sir program dot com slash NPR franchises are independently.
"brianna" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That I care take the work don't do work I don't care I go home I'll be on my phone do anything but do what I'm supposed to she lost a lot of weight and withdrew from her family she was surprised that no one seemed to notice or if they did they let it go when she said she was just tired Brianna lives with her mom gramma great grandmother and little brother there are a lot of people in our house but only her little brother seem to notice her sadness and Brianna wanted to protect him from it she says she thought about suicide I didn't see myself living past my sophomore year or walking across seater actuation so I kind of just I was like well I'm not gonna make it out for some might as well not even try by that time the depression had gotten so bad Brianna hardly recognized herself middle school have been rough socially but she always kept her grades up making the honor roll three times half way through high school she was barely passing it wasn't who I was and he knew it I didn't have the energy to fix it but even though Brianna couldn't muster up any enthusiasm for life she was simultaneously hyper aware of what people.
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Mall, and she chose to ignore the warning both Overacker he's the private investigator and Terek agree that there is a conspiracy of silence around this case and agree to some extent about Brannagh's fate Overacker thinks that at least three people know directly what happened to brianna, but it may be a group different from Ryan's in Jackson the to drug dealers. So in other words that locals were involved. He says up to fifteen people likely have information on the case looking into this case recently Overacker heard from an informant that a car followed brianna that night from the black lantern in forced her to pull over. Over and grabbed her according to this informant. Multiple people were at the Dutch burn house when brianna was taken and the car was disposed of or wanted to be disposed of the informant told Overacker that a tall male attempted to drive the car, but his knees got in the way, and he accidentally crashed it into the side of the abandoned house. These people all were complicit in or had knowledge of Brienne, his death and disposal. The informant was not a was not local to this case. But moved in the same circles as those responsible he said that brianna was buried on a piece of property a private property somewhere in the area. Out. We would be remiss if we didn't discuss a possible case connection, right captain. There is one other theory that has now been well. Say it's been debunked by law enforcement and Brannagh's family. But it's an intriguing one and one that we should mention part of the reason Brienne is case received so much attention from the media and the public from the get-go was because it seemed all too familiar there is another case of a young woman taking off in her car destination. Maybe unknown crashing it in the dark Royal road in the upper New England area and vanishing from the face of the earth. Yeah. And in fact, this case took place only ninety miles from where brianna went missing and it occurred just five weeks earlier. And yes, we are talking about mar Murray. Let me just start off with the whole idea of only ninety miles. If you said, hey. I'm moving don't worry. It's only ninety miles away. That's that's a far distance. Yeah. And remember we had this. When we discussed the case of the two murdered ladies that were both out jogging and they were killed within like sorry. I don't have my notes in front of me. But it would have been like a roughly a week of one another and they both happened to be out jogging wins when they were attacked by by separate individuals. Right. The cases were not related at all. But they were in the gen general same area of the country, and they were both doing the same activity when they were attacked those cases had nothing to do with one. Another one thing I will say here, though, that that I think it's appropriate to get into it here is that I do understand the math. You know, everybody says regarding Mara Murray, and they say it as well with brianna Maitland's case. Well, that's because you went to school for. Pewter? No. But they say the math. Do you understand the mathematics of someone happing to they happen to be an accident? And before they could get to safety or get to another location. They cross paths with a serial killer. Yes, I understand how ridiculous that would be the probability of that happening. And then let's factor in that. It was the same serial killer that is as close to. I mean, we're not even talking about lightning striking twice. We're talking about something even more improbable than that. But what is far more likely is that the two could have ended with the similar fate. Right. We could have a situation here where both did accidentally crash their cars, and they crossed path with cross paths with a killer someone that would go onto..
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"It's seems likely that this is too short of a time period for her to have gone to the party OD and someone than ditched the car at the Dutch burn place before the witnesses, Saul the car. So if this is the case, then does the car crashing into the barn. Have anything to do with what happened to brianna? It seems unlikely that the car crash is just incidental in my opinion. And then her going to a party and dying of drug overdose that same night, right? Brianna NS friend Katie believes that at least four locals know exactly what happened that night. One was someone she considered a friend until he told her he was present. When he witnessed quote, the light leave brianna ze op. Is Brannagh's friend. Megan who says Briana was involved in drugs also believes that brianna Odid and that the locals covered it up to hide the lethal overdose by a minor and their own involvement other possibilities that have been raised over the years. We have a situation where Bruce in Kellie Maitland received a confidential tip concerning. A thirty two year old Burlington man named Gerald Montgomery. The tips are told the Maitland's that Montgomery was an associate of Ryan's in Jackson. We'll get into the story. But one thing I wanna point out here, captain, there's a lot of rumors going on about what could have happened to this girl, doesn't it seem crazy that most of them seem to. The names. Ryan Jackson keep coming back up. Yeah. They're they're either. So see it's are they know or they were involved in somehow on all the rumors about her drug use. If if you believe on one side that she was cleaning herself up, or if you believe that she was getting more into it, or depending on its depending on what kind of habit, you think she had obviously people she's getting drugs from play a part in that. And they're going to play a part in a lot of different scenarios. I gotcha. I gotcha. It's like if drugs if you believe drugs were any way involved at all right for life. Then because if to well known drug dealers are are in the storytelling, right because if she's doing crack or heroin from these guys, and she does these drugs that night and she dies from OT. We'll guess who the cops are also going to come after. Yeah. The people with the bad drugs. So so regarding this, Gerald. Montgomery. The tips are said that he had something to do with this. Now, the Maitland's are already aware of Montgomery at this point. I would believe in this would be through newspapers because in March of two thousand and five Montgomery raped beaten and strangled to death, a thirty one year old woman. This is Laura Winterbottom the rape murder took place in a vehicle on Burlington street after his arrest. It was learned that Montgomery worked in Burlington worked in a Burlington elementary school, but was can a convicted sex offender in New York. So he was a convicted sex offender in New York, and then moved to the Vermont area and started working in the school before he killed this woman. Yeah, I don't know the details of of him being involved in Briana 's case or leading to her disappearance. Just this is somebody that we know is capable of. Murder, and it sounds like he was in the immediate area at the time in two thousand eight the Vermont state police issued a press release saying the following investigators believe that there is a strong indication that brianna is in fact, a victim of foul play. There is no evidence at all. At this time to indicate the Briana willingly left the area. So it sounds to me like in two thousand eight the Vermont state police were kind of back to square one in a sense because square one started off being that they thought that she was either some kind of run away or just an irresponsible teenager that would turn up. Eventually, right. So in two thousand fifteen Canadian investigative journalist named teric started looking into the case. Now Tarik says he's one hundred percent certain that Brannagh's disappearance was drug related, although not because she owed a debt. She was quote made to disappear by several people in that business, not just a random killer. But people said, you know, but people she knew according to Terek teric believes that the murder was planned that brianna was warned about it that day at the.
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"So the thing here is that I did see someone in this is tough because I couldn't find the actual information myself, but I found someone discussing that soda was actually arrested and put in jail prior to brianna 's disappearance, and he was he was released the day before she disappeared. Yes. So I went down that trail, and I was thinking, well, this person's going to say that he was locked up, and he couldn't have done anything to brianna. But according to this source, which I've not been able to verify he he was arrested. But was in fact released just the day before he would have been somewhat in this area is the thing that we do know at the time of her disappearance. I wonder if there's any. They probably didn't ask. But I wonder if what if you went to that bar that night solar. He knows her through her other drug dealer connections aching Jimmy ride that you know. And but there's nothing that I have found that puts him in that town that day, but right and law enforcement, I think their claim is we would have known if he's in town. You would know there's thirteen of you. Right. No. If he's in town for a while. But you wouldn't know the minute he had does not some radar that goes off. So it's definitely possible. I think it's very creepy. And he got to be a giant piece of shit to walk around, Tom people that you're responsible for this them when the cops come up on ease just bragging to you know, to make myself, look bigger, well, and then go back to stating that you did kill her after you're done talking to the police, right? But they need to follow up on some of these rumors. I mean, if he's talking about bearing her, and this cornfield, you know, how much does it cost to get to Davidoff to go out and search it would seem to me like I can come to conclusions regarding Jorges Soto or the joker, right? We we either have an individual that actually killed brianna or we have a guy that's a frigging moron. Okay. That's the only two conclusions. I can come to with this guy. Now is both according to grow Greg Overacker, the private investigator. He stated that Soto eventually ended up being sent to a mental health facility and to prison as well. The other prevailing theory, another prevailing theory. I should say that while questioning locals friends and acquaintances of Briana Greg Overacker repeatedly heard the following story. There was a late night party. Enrich furred the night Brannagh disappeared. Overacker was told brianna attended in something horrible happen to her at the party. Some people said she was killed at the party other said she overdosed others said she was deliberately overdosed. Right. Several reports that Overacker heard had Brannagh's body disposed of quote on a farm somewhere in Franklin county. So under this theory. She would have. Attended the party after crashing the car, in my opinion, the timeframe between the witnesses seeing her leave work and then seeing the car around twelve to one o'clock, right?.
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"It's the threats coming from one person the threats coming from multiple people. We know that that is something that spooked her. We know that they didn't want her to go to work for whatever reason that's evidence we do have. So if these individuals didn't want her to go to work who knows why right, or but, but but warning doesn't it could be either way could be somebody saying, we don't, you know, we don't want her to go to work for whatever reason or someone that knows of something that could be going down and trying to say, hey, it's unsafe. Follow go to work. Right. I, but I think the most people believe the threat that was made why she's shopping was g don't go to work. Not that something bad's going to happen. Like you'd better not do that. So she goes to work could somebody be in the backseat of a car possibly could somebody be could they? Runner off the road, possibly can set up a roadblock. Possibly could somebody be in the back seat of her car, and they set up a roadblock. Also, the all these things are possible. I think would just have such lack of evidence of these things I think you're right there. And I I would agree with if I had to pick one or two of those being as being more likely, the roadblock is the one to me that doesn't make a lot of sense because we've already discussed that the reason why it makes sense though, is it's the reversing and hitting the barn from reverse. And if you set up a roadblock like maybe you'd be like what the hell is happening here, and then you'd slow down. But once you slow down enough where you'd see who was in the cars of the roadblock, or who was out of the cards of the roadblock. Then you might punch it back into gear. 'cause you're going to have to hit this barn. Go and thirty five forty miles an hour that's pretty fast in reverse. So that's the only reason why that that theory is plausible. To me. I agree with that. What I meant was. It's a busy road that we've we've already discussed how many people we think we're traveling on the road after midnight that night, and it seems to me like a roadblock would have been tough for to pull off in not have anybody else. See it or say, hey, there was some strange activity going on just before midnight. Yeah. Right. Full with that. Yeah. Then there's the other theory in this might be even more plausible that that brianna met someone at the abandoned house or near the abandoned house the night that she went missing and was abducted from there. So pointing to the possibility of a struggle inside her car or just outside of her car. Her family has stated that they do believe that there was a possible struggle at this scene..
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"To finding her so who is brianna captain. Brianna Alexander Maitland was born on October eighth nineteen eighty six at the time of her disappearance. She was just seventeen years old. She was five foot tall five four inches tall. I'm sorry. Weighs a hundred and five pounds has Hazel eyes and medium linked Brown hair. Yeah. She also has a nose stud in her left nostril and a faint scar on her left eyebrow. She is a hardy new Englander who can shoot skeet trank deer in zip around on an ATV or snowmobile Brannagh's mom says one time Brannagh packed picked up a hitchhiker and brought him home. One thing that's important to know about brianna is that she is trained in. Jitsu? Thank you. Just seeing that word on paper threw me for. So she brought the hitchhiker home disposed to pick them up and taken drop them off somewhere else. Take them home. Are you you look I've had. That I can recall I think I've had one experience with the hitchhiker. And that was the protocol for that trip was to drop them off at another location, actually, bring them home. This is actually very common in the seventies. I mean, hitchhikers were very common and people would pick them up all the time. But two thousand four not so much. But no, no. But what I'm saying is the thinking back on it to think that at one point in in our nation that in the seventies. Where like, hey, just pick people up, and it's cool. Yeah. Well, and it would happen often on college campuses as well liking so students that didn't know one another from attending the school. But happened to be from, you know, hey, like if you lived somewhere along my drive home, right? We we there were ways of hooking up. I'd be like, hey, I'll drop the captain off on my way back to to my family's home for thanksgiving. Bright one I'm eighties baby. So it's like I've heard all the stories from the seventies. Now where investigating this case of two thousand four and he go she picked up a hitchhiker like that's just not something people do. Yeah. I mean, I've never hitchhiked myself. But as far as the jitsu thing goes, we should note that she wasn't just trained in it. This is a she was study. The practice for several years leading up to her disappearance. But I think what's interesting thing. Here captain about the hitchhiker. I think if you are knowing in advance that she is absolutely willing to pick up a hitchhiker. I think that points out to the same thought that she might be willing to accept a ride as well. With so much focus on the vehicle, and what could have happened to the vehicle. What happened to her afterwards? We don't know. Right..
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Interestingly Lieutenant Nelson. Working. The case told reporters the car was discovered at one twenty two AM on March twentieth by neighbor. So this must be the unnamed witness that is quoted, you know, stated to be credible who saw the lights and or blinkers on another thing. Lieutenant Nelson said that's interesting is that it wasn't immediately apparent to investigators that brianna was the last person to drive the vehicle now he did not expound on this statement wonder what they've found to make them think that it. That's a weird statement in in the reason why find that to be a weird statement, captain is you can kind of take that one of two ways you can take it in a sense that maybe they found something to indicate that possibly there was someone else. Driving vehicle at the time of the accident or that they couldn't find anything to definitively say that brianna was in fact. The one driving vehicle, right? It's kind of a very vague statement to throw out there. And the second one's not so bad though. I mean, just to say, well, we don't know for sure. So this is keep an open mind. So the Maitland's offered up a twenty thousand dollar reward for information leading to Brienne his safe return or the arrest of the person or persons responsible for her disappearance, and they did establish a website. This is bring Bree home dot com. Dedicated.
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"State police officers received quite a few tips in brought in over one hundred and sixty persons for personal interviews in at least three individuals were given polygraph examinations that were quote inconclusive with at least one revealing deception now, we don't know who these people are that were given the polygraph examinations. Their names have not been named publicly witnesses spot the car, so we have some other witnesses that may have spotted the car, right? So police turned up some witnesses said they saw Bryan his car on the night that she went missing one report is around twelve thirty AM March twentieth. And this time is absolutely. Crucial to any reconstruction of the events. This is a man who has been described in numerous sources as a quote, very credible witness said, he drove by the Dutch, burn house and noticed the car outside of it. He pointed at the road with he said, the sorry, the vehicle was pointed at the road with its headlights on at this time, the car fit the description of Brannagh's car, a second witness also saw the car sometime around midnight or one AM they're not certain of the time, but this witness states that the blinker was on now whether instead of in addition to the lights being on or you know, instead of or addition to we don't know. Okay. So obviously, if it's in addition to the first guy could have just missed seeing the blinker being on if the blinker was on instead of the lights than someone was in. The car after that first sight, but the finally another person reported seeing the car that night. This was closer to four am this is James robot telly, this is brianna ex-boyfriend one of her ex boyfriend's told investigators he drove by on his way, home from a party across the border and saw the car in recognized it to be pre Anna's. He said there was no sign of her anywhere. It might be strange that he wasn't concerned about brianna enough to notify anyone of her abandoned vehicle to he see any lights. I couldn't find a statement from him stating that lights were on that might have drawn that may have alerted him more later he would say he was drunk that night, and he was afraid of getting in trouble. So he didn't report it that night and stuff too. Because you'd think if there's no keys the car's in park, then why are the lights on? The other thing too, though, that's interesting about his statement is he says he saw the car, but he he he outwardly states that brianna was nowhere near or not in the area. Meaning to me that he may have he likely stopped in investigated that he got close enough to the car to see that. There was no one in it at the time. Right. We should note that one of the homes that brianna had stayed at during this time away from her. Parents house was James grandparents house now at the end of March a forensic team process. Brannagh's car searching, it thoroughly and taking pieces out of the interior to test. They're looking for evidence of a struggle or possible foul play. All right. So we have the initial investigation it states that didn't indicate any kind of violent struggle inside the vehicle although the investigator conceded that the way that the car. Was backed into the house. It did not look like a quote normal accident. No. Like you said in the trailer. I mean, this is kind of strange. I mean I've seen cars hit houses before. Right, but never back up into them. Right. And they found brianna 's ATM card they found her contact lenses and migraine medication inside the vehicle as stated earlier her keys were gone. And they have never been found to this day..
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"All right. We're back. Yes, sir. So here we have a situation, captain where after being notified, regardless of how it actually went down by the police that the vehicle was found Saturday morning. The baristas vehicle was found Saturday morning. Now, we have her mother and father coming to the realization that this conversation is happening on Thursday. We found her vehicle Saturday. They heard from her friend Jillian on Tuesday. Who said, hey, I came home on Sunday. And I haven't seen her so likely the parents were thinking that she's been missing since Sunday. Now, they find out it could be could have been as early as Friday night when she left work. So now, they're terrified and the father her father is going to go to the garage where this vehicle is to view brianna car. This was look this has got to be hard for anyone to do. But we have a father of a missing daughter going to view, the vehicle, and there's an issue here. The vehicle's keys were not found with the vehicle. When he arrives to check out this car. They have the issue of the trunk. Somebody's got to look in that trunk and back, then this is not the type of vehicle where you could pull a lever and release the trunk the top of the truck, right? You'd have to have a key for it. Yeah. And because the keys were missing nobody has checked that that trunk and actually he said, you know, hey, when I walked up to this this car me in the guy that worked there may have been an officer. I'm not certain but these two guys had to pry open the trunk with a with a crowbar the whole time. He's concerned that he's going to find the body of his daughter in the trunk of that car along with some of her belongings. And you know, so you can only imagine the moment of terror when the lid finally popped on that thing, you know, praying that he would not find brianna in the trunk of that car all they did find, thankfully were boxes and bags of her possessions. They did not find her now back then two thousand and four brianna did not have a cell phone. So that would also add to the mystery of this, quote, unquote, car accident at the abandoned house. It's my understanding though, captain, you know, this is two thousand and four upstate Vermont that there was little to most likely no cell service anywhere in the area of the vehicle accident. Right. That makes you wonder if she rector car, and she was alone and her car couldn't get couldn't get the car out of the barn. Basically. Right. That would she hitchhike. Right. And the other thing too. There is some argument out there that people state. Well, she did have she did have a cell phone. And that's that's not true. She didn't have a cell phone. What's actually true? Is that her mother had a cell phone at the time in on occasion? Would let her use it even take it with her..
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"We don't have backup cameras. Yeah. My thought is maybe someone I I'm not willing to say who was driving the vehicle, but let's say it was brianna. She could've for whatever reason stopped in that yard decided to throw the vehicle into reverse and the corner of that car smashed through the wood portion of the abandoned home in somehow slid up onto the more solid foundation, actually lifting the rear. Of the vehicle slightly up in off of the ground. Yeah. Underneath the car. I think he pulled a juvenile. Well, the thing is a lot of people when they look at the picture, and I know we're really going into the vehicle a lot. But like I said that's kind of the core of this case in my opinion. And a lot of people would say, well, if she were driving the vehicle and had some kind of accident into the side of that, abandoned home. Why didn't she just continue driving on what I'm getting at is. If in fact, the rear of the vehicle was lifted up slightly onto the foundation of the of the home right that nineteen eighty five Oldsmobile eighty eight Royal was a rear wheel drive vehicle. If the if the back is elevated, she's not able to get those tires on the ground to drive off, especially if she's by herself, right? If you had a few people there, you might be able to figure it out or or unwed the vehicle. Yes. So whether or not the the car is drivable, it could have been operational, and she had no ability. To get it. Right. Right. The other thing too, captain is that we have the doors are all closed, but unlocked now, we have to keep in mind. This is an eighty five this is a four door car. These are all individual locks. This is not like somebody hit one single button and unlocked all four doors at the same time. Right. And there's some question as to who was operating that vehicle at the time that it wrecked into the side of the home, or how many people could have been inside that vehicle though, I witnesses that saw her leaving with anybody. Right. And so you have to ask yourself would have been more commonplace..
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Absolute jumble of confusing facts, debatable evidence complex characters contradictory theories and rampant. Rumors so to break. This thing down we are first going to get into what we know to be true based on tangible evidence as well as reports by Brienne, his parents, friends and others who interacted with her. So this is what actually happened the day that brianna Maitland disappeared March nineteenth two thousand and four Montgomery Vermont. This is a small rural town of about nine hundred people near the Canadian border. This is late winter in northern New England. The ground is still frozen in the air cold, the low temperature that night was only eight degrees. This sparsely populated area. Features dense woods wide open fields and houses and farms set far apart in the landscape for Mont at the time had a. Very low crime rate compared to much of the rest of the nation. This is Friday and the seventeen year old brianna Maitland and her mother are going out to lunch after they went shopping at a local mall now Verena and her mother had somewhat of a strained relationship. All seem normal on this trip until one point win Kelly. Bryan, his mom says that they were in a store in Briana started staring at something outside of the store. Brienne a mumbled something to herself and then walked out by the time Kelly paid for her purchases and walked out to the parking lot Briana was waiting for her. She seemed agitated in upset Kelly said the mood had noticeably change she decided not to press her daughter about this issue, though, Brannagh made no mention of why she left the store. So suddenly, she just said she needed to hurry back to where she was staying to get ready for work brianna. Not living at the Maitland home at this time. She was staying with her friend since fourth grade, this is Gillian stout at jillions dance home. Kelly dropped her off there between three thirty and four PM on that day. Now brianna had a job as a dishwasher at a local establishment. This is the black lantern in she's working evenings after school in the schools a bit tricky here, captain because it's not traditional what you would think for a high school age girl seventeen year old girl she actually was studying for her GED at a local community college during the day. This was a popular tavern where she worked where locals and skiers would gather for meals and drinks, then after noon brianna left a handwritten note for her friend, Jillian the note told Jillian that brianna would be home after her shift at work, the Vermont state, police retains a cop. Of this note, but the family has never seen it. So we don't know exactly what it says reports are that it just states brianna plan to return to jillions after her shift to stay the night there. Now, there are no accounts captain of anything unusual during her shift at work that night, other employees said that brianna acted normal brianna war apron like uniform that had pockets her family doesn't know what else. She was wearing that night. The end was very busy that Friday night and Briana didn't finish until after eleven pm. Her co workers report that she declined to stick around some of the co workers would hang out at the black lantern in after their shift, and she declined on that night. Right. Some reports say she told colleagues that she had to get to bed because she had to work her other job the next morning. This may have been true. Brianna just days before started work as a waitress at cage as diner, but we're we aren't certain whether she did have a shift the next morning or not. There are no reports that we've seen to indicate that when she failed to show up the next day or indeed for nearly a week. They anyone at the diner called anybody or notified anyone Roerich started. So I mean, they could just been like, well, she flaked out, right? Yeah. They don't know her character at that point. So brianna clocked out of from the black lantern in at eleven twenty pm on March nineteenth and she walked out into the cold dark night multiple sources, including the Vermont state police report, this she was seen by other employees getting into her car and driving away..
"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"On a freezing dark Knight. And March of two thousand and four a young seventeen year old girl clocked out of work just before midnight. She got into her car and drove in the direction of home. She has never been seen again. Her car was found in what I can only say has to be one of the strangest vehicular accident scenes I've ever viewed. Her car was smashed backwards into an abandoned creepy old farmhouse. The old house has a violent history impossible drug connections. But what happened to the driver of that car? And was this really even a car accident at all? Or did terrible crime take place something that may have led to the abduction of this girl. It is very likely that someone out there know, something and still guards their dark secrets all of these years later this week we tell the story of the disappearance of brianna Maitland. This case is an.
"brianna" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"brianna" Discussed on The Moth
"We love the first one is from brianna wolfson she told this at a moth grand slam in san francisco in the theme of the night was fish out of water here's brianna wolfson live at the moth hey guys so far my eighth birthday i receive four gifts from dan nike high tops in erector set a soccer ball signed by mia hamm and for mom a dollhouse so the best thing about having divorced parents is that you get two sets of presence on your birthday anyone else you and the worst thing about having divorced parents is that you are torn into two pieces one piece becomes loyal to mom and the other loyal to dad so this was a particular challenge for me because dad loved me most when i walked off the soccer field was scraped elbows and dirty knees and he was happiest when he was timing me maneuver through the obstacle course he set up in our backyard and mom on the other hand loved me most when i walked down the stairs and hopping leggings and glitter commerce and she was happiest when we would wear matching lipstick and puckered lips up in sin kiss by prince so my parents were divorced when i was five years old and even then i was able to recognize what an impossible task it would have been for one person to satisfy each of their visions for what a good daughter looked like so at five years old i became to people a sports obsessed backwards hat wearing tomboy for dad and they sparkle loving lip gloss wearing girly girl for mum getting into character for each of my parents was pretty easy the real skill was required in executing my transition when it was time to change alice's oh just a drop me off and i'll walk around the back i would super casually suggest and then i would slip into the tool shed at dad's house or under the willow tree at moms and i would swap my denim skirt for a pair of breakaways i did this tuesdays thursdays and every other weekend for four years.
"brianna" Discussed on WRVA
"And yet they ask questions like that go ahead leads brianna as you very well know to how federal dollars get allocated their luck luckily got all these illegal aliens which we don't mind undocumented people there in the shadows we don't want them to leave got sanctuary states sanctuary cities we want to protect them screw the american citizen stop asking if you're an american citizen we need money we need voters tell me is that what the census is about when they came up with the idea the census and they put it in our founding in our governing document the constitution whether there look we need a census to see how we distribute the largess that we take in here all the taxes that we have we need to make sure the states aren't shortchange that never even entered their thinking but now that we have this massive welfare state to the left that's what the centers is about who gets what who gets what the democrats do not want you to know how many illegal aliens are in this country the democrats don't want you to know the truth visavis how many citizens there are in this country because you'd probably be shocked and so asking whether somebody's a citizen or not in the census now is racist it hurts the blue states and he keeps people in the shadows hey that sounds stupid to me but what do i know i'll be right back newsradio eleven.