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"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"Let's look at another case that shows a different facet of the problem Philip, in Brooklyn center, Minnesota, police stopped Dante Wright for having expired, car registration tags. Now, many listeners will be familiar with the story since the police officer involved was recently found guilty of manslaughter, but tell us what happened when the police pulled Dante over. So the senior officer who was also a training officer is trying to restrain Dante writers down to writers trying to get away. And that senior officer then calls out taser taser taser. That's what you're supposed to do when you grab the taser, let everybody know there's an energy controlled weapon, let them get clear. She does not, in fact, grab the taser. She grabs her firearm, shoots and kills Dante Wright. So I feel in the aftermath of these incidents, there are often multiple claims and counterclaims, Dante Wright's mother said he called her during the incident and said he'd been pulled over because he had air fresheners hanging from his rearview mirror. Now, that sounds like a trivial infraction, and many people concluded, it showed the police had malicious intent. But I want to play you a clip from Brooklyn center police chief Tim gannon at a news conference shortly after the shooting. It is my belief that the officer had the intention to deploy their taser, but instead shot mister Wright with a single bullet. This appears to me from what I viewed in the officer's reaction in distress immediately after that this was an accidental discharge. That resulted in a tragic death of mister Wright. So the family saying, look, who pulls over someone for hanging air fresheners in their car, its racist cops, of course, the police say, no, no, no, the cop was distressed after the shooting. This proves she could not have been racist, and almost instantly, we start arguing about what's happening inside the police officer's mind. That's exactly it. And I think one of the ways that it's important to understand the way that we do race in the United States, we've got scripts, if I tell you a story, and there is an attractive woman walking her dog, the dog pulls on the leash and she falls down and then a very attractive gentleman who probably has a British accent, goes to help her up and she's embarrassed. Where are we? We're clearly in the middle of a romantic comedy, and that was a meet cute. But we don't just have genres for movies. We have genres for the stories that play out in our society. And the story, the tragic awful killing of Dante Wright and the killing of tamir rice and the killing of Adam Toledo, we quickly put that inside of genres, where the relative question is, how sinister is the officer? How deserving of death was the victim. And those are terrible genres to help us write the narratives that get us out of here, which is why the definition of racism is so much part of the.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WTOP
"Member Hi it's Phil at 38 Fredericksburg 30 eastern Maryland 36° some parts of our area down to the upper and middle 20s were brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service 7 days a week 7 21 one of our top stories this evening a guilty verdict for former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer Kimberly Potter in the April shooting death of black driver Dante Wright during a traffic stop Cheering demonstrators outside the courtroom inside judge Regina Chu reads the verdict We the jury on the charge of manslaughter in the first degree while committing a misdemeanor on or about April 1120 21 and had him in county's state of Minnesota find the defendant guilty Potter claimed she mistook her service weapon for her taser tearfully breaking down on the stand several times First degree manslaughter carries the sentence of up to 15 years in prison Laura oaks for CBS News Minneapolis The judge Regina Chu ordered Potter immediately taken into custody and held without bail sentencing will be on February 18th A trial date is now set for a spotsylvania county sheriff's deputy who shot in severely wounded an unarmed black man in April David turbyfill will be tried in July He's charged with shooting Isaiah Brown That could mean up to 5 years in prison if the deputies convicted evidence shows the turbiville who was responding to an early morning 9-1-1 call shot Brown when he mistook a cordless phone for a gun And Brown was hit 8 times he did survive Hours before the shooting that same deputy had given Brown a ride home after car trouble Two men are dead and other seriously hurt after a shooting just this afternoon near fourth and Chesapeake streets in southeast Washington highlands neighborhood This was one 30 p.m. or so about a half block from Henley elementary school assistant D.C. police chief Andre Wright says one victim was found at the scene of dead person there two other people showed up the hospital Unfortunately one of those adult male is also succumbed to his injuries The other one is in critical condition Police are looking for a silver Audi sedan with tinted windows in relation to this case.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WTOP
"Story of the evening a guilty verdict for former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer Kimberly Potter in the April shooting death of Dante Wright the black man shot to death during a traffic stop Cheering demonstrators outside the courtroom inside judge Regina Chu reads the verdict We the jury on the charge of manslaughter in the first degree while committing a misdemeanor on or about April 1120 21 and had a mentality state of Minnesota find the defendant guilty Potter claimed she mistook her service weapon for her taser tearfully breaking down on the stand several times first degree manslaughter carries the sentence of up to 15 years in prison Laura oaks for CBS News Minneapolis And judge Chu ordered Potter to be immediately taken into custody and held without bail sentencing will be February 18th of next year A trial date has been set for a spotsylvania county sheriff's deputy who shot and severely wounded an unarmed black man in April David turba Phil will be tried in July He's charged with shooting Isaiah Brown and that could mean up to 5 years in prison if the deputies convicted Evidence shows turbiville was responding to an early morning 9-1-1 call and shot Brown when he mistook a cordless phone for a gun Brown was hit 8 times but survived Hours before that shooting the deputy had given Brown a ride home after some car trouble Two men are dead another seriously hurt after a shooting this afternoon near fourth in Chesapeake streets in southeast D.C.'s Washington highlands neighborhood happened about one 30 about a half block away from Henley elementary school assistant D.C. police chief Andre Wright says one victim was found at the scene two others showed up at the hospital.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"NPR and WBUR I'm Tanya Mosley along with Celeste headley This is here and now Guilty on both counts That is what a jury found today in the manslaughter trial of Kim Potter Potter is the white former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer who must mistook her taser for a gun during a traffic stop back in April killing 20 year old Dante Wright who is black Here's judge Regina Chu reading out the first verdict On the charge of manslaughter in the first degree while committing a misdemeanor on or about April 1120 21 it had a mentality state of Minnesota find the defendant guilty The shooting death happened while another former police officer in Minnesota Derek Chauvin was on trial for killing George Floyd Rick Petrie is a former criminal defense attorney who is now a professor at Mitchell Hamlin's law school in Minneapolis and Rick the jury deliberated for more than 25 hours earlier this week They asked the judge how long they should deliberate if they could not reach a consensus Are you surprised by today's outcome Frankly a little bit surprised There's a compelling testimony in terms of the emotion of miss Potter when she testified and sometimes even though it's really not supposed to carry the day Sometimes that emotion can swing a jury but I think if you look at it legally and you look at the facts and they arrived at just verdicts Her lawyer said that this was an accident also that she thought her fellow officers were in danger Do you think the jury reached the right conclusion Yeah you know they raised that argument I was frankly I was a little surprised in their opening statements when they took such a hard position with regard to her fellow officers being in that much danger obviously at that point in time they had seen a lot more of the evidence that I had but as the trial unfolded it seemed like that argument was a bit shaky They really had to lead witnesses in order to get that testimony in And then I think if you couple that with her statements immediately after they just didn't seem to fit together So I think it was a clever argument to make but I don't know that it was supported by the evidence You know during the trial jurors wanted to see her hold her gun and her taser what did that tell you Well I think it suggests that they wanted to actually experience what the difference would be in holding the firearm compared to what they would experience in holding the taser It sounds like they reached a verdict on the lower charge the manslaughter two charge a couple of days ago on Tuesday but then they were still going back and forth on the manslaughter one charge until they reached the verdict today So I think that they just wanted to experience it for themselves to see what the difference in weight and feel of each of those weapons was like What are your big picture takeaways from today You know it really seems to mark a shift in public sentiment in terms of holding police officers accountable when black men are killed That is not what we have seen historically Frankly police officers were rarely even charged let alone convicted but it seems that there's a big shift now in the public just saying hey enough is enough my other hopeful take away from this is that police agencies across the country will go back and rethink the way that policing is done and also rethink that the way that police officers are trained in the support that they get They have a very difficult job There's no doubt about that And oftentimes just being honest I'm not sure that they get the support that they need in order to carry out that difficult job Rick Petrie is a former criminal defense attorney who is now a professor at mitchel Hamlin law school in Minneapolis and we will receive the sentence for Potter in January Thank you Thank you As COVID-19 cases surge around the country driven by the oma cron variant we do have some good news Tuna drugs have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration both shown to reduce serious illness hospitalization and death among high risk patients So what's the difference between these pills and what are the treatments are available as we head into the gasp 30 year of the pandemic Let's bring in doctor Angela Rasmussen She's a virologist at the vaccine and infectious disease organization at the university of Saskatchewan Doctor Rasmussen welcome back Thanks for having me Celeste It's good to have you with us because I'm sure like many people I have a lot of questions Yesterday's authorization for the Pfizer pill called pax levied shows it will be available to infected adults and kids 12 and older who have medical conditions how significant is the approval of this drug Well I think this really couldn't come a moment too soon Now that we have the omicron variant spreading widely throughout the U.S. that means that a lot of people including people who are vaccinated may potentially be coming down with severe COVID-19 So with absolutely crucial that we have other options for treating those patients should they end up becoming severely ill due to the result of a Macron If people can get the pill of course we've read that the government has initially ordered enough pills for about 10 million people and by one calculation that would be enough to last a single day if half the people who've tested positive got it Do you have high hopes for delivery to the patients that need it So that really is the downside to this Unfortunately I don't know that we will have the supplies to be able to provide this pill as widely as would be desirable to all the people who are potentially at risk Right now we're looking at extremely steep case trajectories meaning that we are seeing a lot of increasing cases in a very short period of time And both of the drugs from Pfizer and Merck seem to work best when they're given very early after you identify that you have been infected They have to be given within the first 5 days after diagnosis or symptom onset Otherwise they really don't work very well So it's going to be really really critical to find the patients that are the most at risk to make sure that they can get the limited supplies of these drugs It also is going to be really really important to make sure that people have access to testing so that they can be diagnosed as soon as possible But it is a real problem that supplies will unfortunately lag on into the new year and potentially we won't be able to provide this drug to all the people that need it until after the omicron wave has passed Yeah that's the problem That's a lot of ifs there Do they get a test Do they get.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"For COVID before and after travel and should quarantine in Chicago when traveling to a state on the list over 3 million travelers are expected to pass through O'Hare and midway over the next two weeks Kim Gordon 8 90 WLS news And if you happen to get on a plane to travel you got to behave That's the message from the FAA to unruly airline passengers ABC's faith of bube has more on the new punishment for those who are caught behaving badly on those planes As cases of threats abuse and violence against airline workers skyrocket the FAA is announcing additional penalties for unruly airline passengers FAA find travelers will now also lose their TSA PreCheck benefit thanks to a zero tolerance policy and partnership between the FAA and the TSA TSA PreCheck is an expedited security screening option and considered a privilege reserved for low risk travelers The TSA says the new partnership with the FAA will ensure the safety and security of all passengers and hold those who violate federal regulations accountable for their actions Faith of ube ABC News Washington The jury and the Kim Potter trial began its second day of deliberations this morning weighing a week and a half of testimony ABC's Janelle Klein reports from Minneapolis So far the jury is asked just a single question about the timing of an interview Potter did with a defense expert It includes 9 white one black and two Asian jurors Potter who is white is a former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer charged in the fatal shooting of a 20 year old black man named Dante Wright during a traffic stop last spring Potter says she mistook her gun for a taser Janelle Klein ABC News Minneapolis In the NHL postponed 5 additional games scheduled for Thursday that makes a total of 49 this season the season set to resume on Monday and Blackhawks defenseman Calvin de Haan the latest member of the organization to be placed in COVID-19 protocol The Blackhawks will miss two home games tonight against the Panthers Thursday against the stars Next scheduled game Tuesday the 28th at home against the bluejackets WLS.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The omicron variant of the coronavirus has many worried about new COVID outbreaks The fewer Americans say they are regularly wearing masks or isolating compared with the beginning of the year it's a new AP poll New York State's mask mandate is in effect beginning today for shops and other indoor spaces The Biden administration is announcing today a plan to build 500,000 charging stations for electric vehicles across the country This is a P news Day four of testimony today in the trial of a Minnesota police officer charged in the death of Dante Wright County courtroom in Minneapolis a medical examiner is expected to walk jurors through Dante Wright's autopsy Kim Potter and officer with the Brooklyn center Minnesota police force faces manslaughter charges in rights shooting death in April Potter has said she meant to draw her taser instead of her Glock to stop right last week juror saw body camera and dash cam video that showed the traffic stop and shooting They heard tearful testimony from Wright's mother and a young woman who was in a passenger seat when he was killed then police sergeant Michael Johnson testified Friday that he was holding rights right arm but dropped it when he heard Potter shout Video appears to show Johnson's hands still in the car when the shot was fired I'm Jennifer King Steven Spielberg's movie west side story opened with a weaker than expected debut at the box office just over $10 million in ticket sales That's according to studio estimates It was one of the year's most eagerly awaited movies I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. willow springs and streaming worldwide at 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter Now your 8 20 Chicago traffic update It's gopi traffic remains heavy on gross point road from Laramie to near after a crash sing heavy traffic on the inbound Kennedy starting at canfield The trip climbs come down a bit though 35 minutes from O'Hare to downtown Chicago 25 for montrose 17 of the express lanes I'll found its 24 minutes downtown to the airport And on Austin hour has approved at 42 minutes from three 90 to downtown 30 from Wolfe heavy mainly from Harlem to downtown How about 26 minutes downtown to three 90 In fact Stevenson Delaney started Harlem 36 minutes from the veterans memorial to saw the Lake short rock crying at 20 minutes from 95th to downtown To saw the lakeshore drive is tight northbound 18th drive to Monroe That's traffic.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I like that All right so all right Jeff I'm still lost in the duck I like to try to divert yourself All right just you've got your MBA from the University of Chicago which means like a lot of Chicago alum you're probably a number What is the inflation numbers that you're looking at Did they tell you that this is really a cause for concern or the fact that a loaf of bread is doubled in price It's not that big of an issue longer term So I think inflation it has that variable listeners should understand that that variable has the potential to ruin the party High inflation not only attacks bond markets because of bond mass rates go up on prices come down but it also has the potential not to really hurt earnings because earnings are nominal but it has the potential to really disrupt multiples So it is something that has our full attention The committee that I chair which looks at these types of things my chief economist is on that committee for BNY Mellon We spend over an hour of a two hour meeting talking about inflation rates So that is how important that variable is We continue to monitor it closely I think a lot of it will prove to be and I use this term with purpose more temporary I think the supply chain issues will continue to abate as we move forward and get the sort of people back to work and those types of things that happen around the globe But other types of other things within inflation may be more sticky wages for example Have increased significantly But I think even those as you look out a year or two years from now we will not be increasing wages at the same rate that we are today as we're trying to attract and retain people sort of back to work Jeff is going to be temporary the new transitory is that we're trying to sort of like I said I use temporary as 6 months 9 months I think we may even have supply chain crescendo right here that the worst may be sort of happening now or maybe even slightly behind us If you look at anything from ships off California or you look at some of the rates for cargo containers you see those starting to abate just a bit So perhaps the second and third derivative is already improving And I think that might be a good sign Even semiconductor shortages will have to play that out And if those things abate and you get more car supply you also have lower prices on cars on used cars And that thing sort of abates I think over time But I think we've got to watch wages and we get to watch velocity of money We've got to watch whether money is being lent or spent and into the system and multiplying And again not to get you wonky but that could also push inflation higher so far velocity money from remain very well behaved So I'm still in that camp where high inflation certainly in the near term but dissipating And if that plays out again I think markets get more comfortable with inflation over the next 6 to 9 months That seems to be this consensus getting baked into the yield curve certainly Question is whether it will be more pervasive before we let you go Jeff There's so much uncertainty right now in the outlooks for 2022 a 20% spread for the S&P forecasts the most or the second most in the past decade is possibly the secret to success next year the correct hedge for inflation Understanding which instruments are most effective in this kind of environment I think that might help a bit but to me I always look at hedging hedging inflation it comes at a cost Many people think well boy inflation might be higher So I'm going to move into commodities or real assets right Those types of things in order to hedge my sort of equity or risk exposure And I do say those come with the cost Those types of investments historically have underperformed equities over time and therefore if you're purchasing that insurance or taking money out of equities to sort of place it in those types of investments you can have significant opportunity costs of inflation we're not to come or to be as high as one might expect If you had China's Chinese slowing if you had right there doing things now to continue to sort of prop up or can you improve their economy the cut in the reserve rate and those types of things But if you had to slow down in China you might have a slowdown in commodity purchases and all of a sudden your inflation hedge doesn't look so good anymore as demand for some of those economy some of those commodities waned So I think staying well diversified and maybe having some small hedging in the portfolio may be prudent but again equities have proven to be a good long-term hedge for inflation because they do so well when inflation is low Jeff mortimer thank you so much for being with us Happy holidays to you I'm going to say it early because that's where we're all pushing towards Jeff mortimer BNY Mellon and wealth management director of investment strategy with holiday greetings and an early look at why we all want to take more time off this winter We have our own Michael bar with world news Lisa Paul thank you very much The second day of Kim Potter's trial gets underway today she's the former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer that used her gun instead of her taser on Dante Wright during a traffic stop Potter is facing manslaughter charges The defense is claiming that right was resisting arrest due to an outstanding warrant and that the situation escalated because of his actions but prosecutors say Potter should have known the difference between her gun and her taser President Joe Biden is urging participants at the first White House summit for democracy to reverse an ongoing recession of democracy Renewing our democracy is strengthening our democratic institution requires constant effort American democracy is an ongoing struggle to live up to our.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WTOP
"Online and I believe there's important work that we can do together He's proposing one industry body in charge of overseeing changes on Out of verify age how to build age appropriate experiences and how to build parental controls Adding the standards need to be high and the protections universal Stacy Lynn CBS News Capitol Hill The makers of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine say it's booster shot is effective against the new variant The producers of the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine say two shots are not enough against the new omicron variant They say get that booster shot Fritos of our vaccine neutralize the omicron variant Professor osler is chief medical officer at BioNTech Pfizer BioNTech are already developing a vaccine targeted at a Macron just in case It's a new variant has now been detected in 57 countries including the U.S. Elaine Cobb CBS News He no longer faces the death penalty but today in a California courtroom convicted killer Scott Peterson was re sentenced to life in prison without parole The re sentencing became necessary after the California Supreme Court ruled that the jury and Scott Peterson's trial had not been properly screened on their views about the death penalty Peterson was originally sentenced to death in 2005 since then he's been on death row before he was re sentenced the court heard from the family of Peterson's murdered wife Lacey Sharon Rocha Laci Peterson's mother said I still feel the grief Peterson's attorneys are still also appealing the murder conviction Steve federman CBS News Opening statements in the trial of Kim Potter the former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer who shot and killed Dante Wright during a traffic stop saying she thought she used her taser Prosecutor Aaron Eldridge This was exactly.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WTOP
"It brings out the best in every one of us It doesn't just see people It takes time to understand them It puts the needs of others ahead of its own And when you start with care you end up with a very different kind of bank Truest To us bank member FDIC It's 9 36 now prosecutors in Oakland county Michigan have been weighing possible charges against the parents of the accused 15 year old gunman Ethan crumbly who shot up a school this week in the prosecutor's words their actions went far beyond negligence The prosecutors will hold a news conference on these possible charges this afternoon The 9 millimeter handgun the teen allegedly used to kill four students and wounds 7 others was purchased by the boy's father just days before the deadly rampage and just hours before the shooting began crumbling and his parents were called from meeting with school administrators about his classroom behavior Tim throne is the superintendent of the Oxford community schools There's been a lot of talk about these students that was apprehended That he was called up to the office and all that kind of stuff No discipline was warranted Crumbly is charged as an adult with four counts of first degree murder terrorism and 7 counts of assault with intent to murder Jury selection for the trial of a suburban Minneapolis police officer charged in the shooting of a 20 year old black man is close now to wrapping up If you're selected as one by one their question You are an election judge Yes sir And 12 panelists have been seated with just two more needed to serve as alternates and former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer Kim Potter's trial She is charged with manslaughter in the death of Dante Wright during a traffic stop last April She says she meant to use her taser but instead drew her service weapon opening statements are set to begin on Wednesday Jennifer Kuiper CBS News Coming up on new research to help you determine which COVID vaccine booster you might want to get It's 9 37 Hello this is discover and we take customer service very seriously We know that if you have a question or concern about your credit card that's a serious matter And you need to talk to a.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot com Hey it's 5 41 now The state rested its case in Jussie Smollett's trial after key testimony from two brothers who said the former empire actor plotted a racist and anti gay attack on himself in downtown Chicago and paid them to carry it out The defense began its case immediately earlier in the day cement Smollett's lawyers worked to discredit the two brothers accounts suggesting they attacked Smollett because they didn't like him and try to get some left to pay them each a $1 million not to testify that he staged the assault The seating of a jury for the trial of a suburban Minneapolis police officer charged in Dante rights shooting is close to wrapping up If you're selected as one by one their question you are an election judge Yes sir And 12 panelists have been seated with just two more needed to serve as alternates and former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer Kim Potter's trial She is charged with manslaughter in the death of daunte Wright during a traffic stop last April She says she meant to use her taser but instead drew her service weapon opening statements are set to begin on Wednesday Jennifer Kuiper CBS News Authorities in Los Angeles announced more than a dozen arrests in recent smash and grab thefts at stores where nearly $340,000 worth of merchandise was stolen The robberies are part of a rash of organized retail crime in California 14 people were arrested in connection with 11 brazen robberies The Department of Homeland Security and the transportation security administration have announced some new cybersecurity measures that would protect the nation's transit systems and people while traveling on trains airplanes and surface transportation These measures are for freight railroads passenger rail rail transit airports and airlines They require owners and operators to do four things One Designate a cybersecurity coordinator Two Report cybersecurity incidents to sissa within 24 hours Three develop and implement a cybersecurity incident response plan to reduce the risk of operational disruption and four complete a cybersecurity vulnerability assessment to identify potential gaps or vulnerabilities in their systems JJ green WTO P news They began as The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Jefferson Airplane Next week what remains of Jefferson starship plays the Maryland theater in Hagerstown Expect to hear.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WTOP
"They can learn about this new COVID-19 variant and are trying to track to see if it's here in the U.S. CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says health officials are actively looking for the omicron variant in the U.S. right now there is no evidence of a Macron in the United States But White House medical adviser doctor Anthony Fauci says that doesn't mean it isn't coming Confirmed cases as of yesterday was 205 in 18 countries and just this morning that's gone up to 226 in 20 countries But a big difference this time with his now 5th variants is Doctor Fauci is that vaccines and boosters should provide some level of protection Linda kenyon CBS News Washington The new variant was first reported in South Africa but it turns out authorities in the Netherlands say testing has confirmed it was there days before researchers identified it less than two weeks ago CBS Pamela faulk After several African nations took a great deal of blame and travel bans for the onset of the new coronavirus variant it turns out that the variant was in Europe before South African scientists detected it and told health officials now cases have been detected in four continents CBS's Vicky Barker's at the foreign desk with one country saying its residents of a certain age must get vaccinated Greek prime minister kyriakos mitsotakis has announced that all citizens over the age of 60 must be vaccinated against COVID-19 by mid January After that he says they'll be fine a €100 about a $113 a month until they do Greece is also banned unvaccinated people from entering indoor spaces like restaurants gyms and theaters Mark Meadows Donald Trump's former chief of staff has agreed to cooperate with the house paddle investigating the January 6th capitol insurrection CBS's Nicole Killian We don't really know the full extent of cooperation obviously it's enough cooperation to hold off the threat of contempt with the chairman saying that Mark Meadows has been engaging with the committee through his attorney and has produced some record Kim Potter the former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer who fatally shot Dante Wright in April will testify at her trial her attorney Paul ang while questioning potential jurors.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now the latest news from New York City and around the world here's Michael Barr Tom John Kelly the president of South Africa is urging western nations including the U.S. to lift travel bans linked to the recent discovery of the omicron variant calling them scientifically unjustified Doctor Ashish John dean of the Brown university school of public health says it's not clear just how effective travel bans are and adds they could discourage other countries from being transparent about COVID data There's a large outbreak happening in South Africa banning travel from their cancelo spread maybe by a week ten days It's not gonna make a big long-term difference You always have to weigh the costs and benefit here In this case it's not at all clear to me that the benefits of slowing this by a little bit was worth the signal of countries in the future who may then now be sort of less willing to share these kinds of data with us Doctor jah spoke to ABC Jurors started hearing witness testimony in the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell The British socialite is accused of recruiting and grooming underage girls for sex with the late Jeffrey Epstein three alleged victims who were minors at the time are expected to testify against Maxwell Meanwhile Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to all charges Jury selection begins this morning in the trial of kimberley Potter The former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer is charged with first and second degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Dante Wright The 20 year old was killed during a traffic stop in April with Potter saying she mistook her gun for attains her The Caribbean island of Barbados held a ceremony last night The market separation the British monarchy the former British colony elected its first president a month ago after a decades long push for independence England Prince Charles spoke at ceremony From the darkest days of our past And the appalling atrocity of slavery which forever stains our history the people of this island forged their past with extraordinary fortitude General says he was glad to see.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Had federal troops. 25,000 we got people is in jail to this day. Who's more of a clear and present danger. No, That's not the point. The point is Keith Ellison is now the attorney general of Minnesota. And he was the predecessor, Dylan Omar. And he's every bit as radical Yesterday. Mr Ellison. Decided you up the charges against Kim Potter. She is the former Brooklyn Center Minnesota police officer who shot Dante right last April with her Glock while yelling Taser Taser! You saw the videotape because it was a cause celeb again coming on the heels of George Floyd in the same town. Just up the road in Brooklyn Center suburb of Minneapolis. Prior to yesterday. He had a second degree manslaughter charge, which carried a maximum of 10 years. The video clearly shows Miss Potter thinking she had a Taser and she shoots Dante, right. The video also shows that Mr Wright refused to comply with an officer's order. He had an outstanding warrant. For a weapons violation. When they found that out. They told him to get out of the car. He's being handcuffed. He then struggles with the officers got back into his car, and as the video of the incident clearly demonstrates. Instead of being tased. He was tragically shot. But it was an accident. That's not good enough for Keith Ellison. There isn't a cop in Minnesota. That isn't going to get the book thrown at them if Keith Ellison and Tim Walz and Tina Smith An embarrassment of the U. S. Senator. Has their way. You'll get a kick out of this. Governor Walz here in Minnesota, along with the representative Angie Craig. She was my successor in the second district. Now say they're opposed to the latest defunding the police plan in Minneapolis when they led the charge for the first round. This is the rehabilitation of Democrats in time for the midterms. Miss Craig and Mr Walls. Laurel and Hardy of Minnesota politics. We're all forward to funding the police and justice for George Floyd and all four letting the riders have a free pass Now that they know it doesn't poll. Well, they're saying No, we're not for this, Um Ballot initiative to define the police any further. This is how Democrats operate. They create the mayhem. They create the disaster. And then they do 1 80 media covers for them and they get re elected. So So now you've got Ellison. Upping the charges to a first degree manslaughter. Another 15 years on Kim Potter This article today in the Wall Street Journal left out a few things. About the suspect, Dante, right? In fact, your local station, your local newspaper did the same thing. I'll correct the record when we come back, nominated times clothing for the White House.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That went over. I am I still here. Is she still I think that was. We've got some audio to see John. I just tried to go Cartesian there for in a hand Physicist from yell because I love her research notes on this. Something just came back to me and for what it's worth. We have some technical difficulties with Hannah. Hannah Wells Funds just have a math degree from Yale, so she understood everything you said. I think If she had her last couple of minutes. Thomas a great clip of you to the team and radio showed me years and years ago, and it's you asking a very complex, long winded question of a Federal Reserve officials there in silence. It went, it went silent, said Fed official turns round to tea can just goes I have no idea what you're talking about what they did. The problem is he actually did. But the thing is, in a hand, isn't it About time you guys any and writes one of the smartest notes on Wall Street and John It's about the dynamics and what I'm suggesting. And you guys can remember this X y single piece of paper. We all flunked geometry. There's that complexity himself. Jonah. How about 23 d space? I mean, if you bring other dimensions into this, like GDP, like pandemic recovery, like the dynamic Geography. Then you get into huge complexities. And that pushes me away from the certitude of reflation worry about the 19 sixties or transitory, which is the theme of the moment. The bigger challenge, I think, makes identity. It's yes, fantastic. Bigger challenge. I think at the end of the year is probably not so much the inflation debate. It's the deceleration. Conversation for growth. And the reason I say that is because we talk about the former far more than the latter. Lisa, which makes me wonder whether the latter is somewhat more under appreciated, especially because stocks have been an inflation hedge right. Increasingly, people have looked at stocks as an alternative to bonds, even because they potentially could benefit from an accelerating cycle. What happens if Matt Horne back is right? What happens if bond yields fall. If the Fed does hold on and you start to get this fear that the economy's going back to the paradigm that we were in before low growth, low inflation defense, Samantha I think we're only 10 basis points away from the ball case right now. 1 58 93. Intends the real call the real big Polish call, I think is Mr ST Makeover. Just be safe who I believe Tom is still looking for him back towards 1% by year end. I'm glad you bring this up. There's still a case out there, folks within all the gloom that's out there in the pendulum of higher yields of wise people. They may be right. They may be wrong. Are saying Wait a minute. The certitude is going to kill you. You mentioned Mr Major writing in Asia. For HSBC, and I would also mentioned David Rosenberg. They're just saying, calm down, and this is a varied set of outcomes. It's not just one reaction function, John and we don't know what that path is gonna be what it will come down to his inflation expectations. And if you have thought by the time this came from governor brain suggests that I have very important part of inflation dynamics. It's a longer term inflation expectations and those have been extremely well and could implying that if we saw some development pushing inflation up, I wouldn't expect that to go embedded get embedded in the ongoing Inflation, right. I believe in God and her hand back with us for a short visit here now with the technical difficulties and I want to go to the geometry here. What's between the certitude of transitory inflation and the idea of a fear of inflation back to the 19 sixties. 19 sixties would have been my strong suit. But you know, I'll give it a stop when you think about how the inflation picture looks right now. This transitory is this key word. We've all been hanging onto, But how do we define it? How do we frame work it When you think about past recoveries, how much inflation do we have to see to actually see the said, you know, take accommodation off the table for us. Even if we see a change in CP I throughout this year, not above three half too low, Ford and even in 2022. If we were to see, you know, we expect probably made to the low 3% range next year. That still doesn't put a fed rate hike sooner than 2024. If anything, you know we have $120 billion of bed purchase is going through a day having a little bit that trimmed back is going to be the first step. But right now we haven't even really considered those papers. You know, you hear whispers of it, but That's not really where we're at the sea. That persistent level of inflation is going to have to be higher than the sort of 3% through more than several quarters for us to really feel that we're at risk of accommodation, meaningful coming off the table, and I appreciate the additional comment and my apologies about the technical connection. I'm gonna hand that was found on securities equity Strategist. Send our best, Mr Harvey over at West Frank, I want you. You brought to market this Tuesday morning up 13 on the S and P. We advance about a third of 1% coming up in the next hour. David Costinha government sex. The chief U. S equity strategist. Looking forward to that with some king Lisa Abramowitz. Some jump from Pharaoh. This is blowback surveillance live on TV and radio. Now the latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Barr, Tom Lisa John President, Biden will mark the first anniversary of George Floyd's death with a private meeting at the White House with members of the Floyd family. Meanwhile, grieving mothers have become some of the most outspoken activists protest Asian wide calling for police reform. Katie right son, Dante Right, was fatally shot last month by a former officer of the Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Police Department. She made her voice heard at a rally in Minneapolis last night. There's going to be another Dante. There's gonna be another name behind Hashtags, and we're not okay with that. Something has to change. Right? Says she is not going away. Congress is likely Not to meet with presidents coals to reach a deal by the end of the day on the George Floyd Justice and Policing Act. The White House is reacting to the Belarus government and what the EU calls essentially a hijacking of a plane to arrest in opposition journalist Belarus diverted of Ryan Air jet to its capital mints by it lying to its pilots, saying there was a security threat onboard. There wasn't instead they wanted to arrest a journalist passenger who is critical of the Belarus president, White House press secretary Jen Psaki. It constitutes a brazen affront international peace and security by the regime. We demand an immediate, international, transparent and credit pregnant, credible investigation of this incident sake says they're talking with Belarus to ensure other flights over that country are safe. Live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on.
Reflections on the Year Since the Murder of George Floyd
"Attorney general ellison welcome to washington post. Live great to be with you jonathan. Thank you before we talk about the derek chauvin trial and the killing of george. Floyd have to talk about some breaking news that hit just about an hour ago. Your office released a statement acknowledging that you are taking on the prosecution of kim potter. She's the former book brooklyn center. Minnesota police officer Who shot and killed dante. Right on april eleventh. Why are you taking on that prosecution. Well we've been asked to take on the case and we're willing to do it because we're public servants and win. The public needs service. We step up to do the work we're called to do and so we're going to handle the case with seriousness with all due regard for the precious life of dante right And you know. And we're going to seek justice in an affair trial and let me just note for everybody can potteries presumed innocent given that you were the prosecutor in the derek chauvin trial. Is that a template for how you will proceed against can potter because every single case is unique cases are unique as fingerprints. All of them are different in many different ways. So we will. We're our approach will be tailored to the case itself and i don't want anyone to expect that because we did one thing in one case we're going to do the same thing in another case what people can expect as we will bring the same level of urgency and commitment and fairness and professionalism after that anything could be different
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"These tribes and leaders because it's important to have that that backing it makes the job easier. It gets the indian voice out there the native voice out there and you know for once in probably decades we're going to be heard adequately completely for a good outcome. That's that's my hope. I think secretary howland and assistant secretary. When he becomes assistant secretary. Newland will will make sure those things happen. And i'm looking forward to the thanks that they're going to be able to accomplish down the road. I'm hoping that they will accomplish. Great things for indian country and the rest of the country as well. so congratulations. mr newland wish you luck and you confirmation and again. I look forward to seeing some of the great things secretary holland and you. Soon to be assistant secretary will be doing. And you're listening to episode three one to speak truth to power in you know the the time has come to speak truth to power for the good of people of color and everyone else because without truth we continue to live in a country founded on lies murder theft and genocide. There was a bit of stupidity that flowed from rick. Santorum's pie hole in the last couple of days. We'll talk about on saturday show and i. I can only classified as stupid ignorant racism but again. We'll talk about it. Done on the saturday show he. He will win the coveted spot of racism in america. His comments will will leave you scratching your head. Your jaw will help the floor you you stay tuned stay tuned so this next bit of information i wanna share. I was glad to see. I was glad to read it. And i'm going to be even more thrilled to share it because somebody has to speak truth to power and somebody that has a bigger voice than the average person needs to speak truth to power. This article comes to us by way of native new online staff again for native news online. Minnesota lieutenant governor. Peggy flanagan tweets. Minnesota is a place where it's not safe to be black and lieutenant governor is a tribal citizen of the white earth band of jebara. I'm glad she spoke up. And the article reads minnesota. That lieutenant governor peggy flanagan democrat tribal citizen of the white band of a gerbil tweeted on sunday afternoon. That minnesota and i quote is a place where it's not safe to be black in quote. Her comments come one week today on the eighteenth after the dante right junior a black man was killed by a twenty six year veteran brooklyn center minnesota police officer who claimed she thought she was using her tasers gone not her service revolver the officer. Who was president of the police. Union resigned on tuesday. Here's something to keep in. Mind something to know while these officers are still working for the municipalities of the state that they're employed by they have funds that are available to them to us not directly but the police unions and other organizations that are police related. You know can expend funds to help defend these individuals. Who commit you know crimes against the people. They're supposed to protect now if they resign or quit or are fired. They no longer have that protection. And it's going to be interesting to see what transpires for this twenty. Six year veteran so far i haven't heard of too much happening in the way of her being charged I'm going to have to go back and take a look. Maybe maybe she was charged. Maybe it'll tell me in the article here. But i don't remember seeing it but continuing on flanagan's post to twitter came one day before the junior jewelry jerry. Excuse me we'll hear the closing arguments in the trial of ex minneapolis police officer derek chauvin. Who was charged with second degree murder of george floyd. Well we know how bad outcome went. So here's the lieutenant governor's quoting this week. I felt my role as a mother. So deeply heartbreaking conversations wrote flanigan in a in a and she's talking about the conversation she had with her daughter regarding rights death quoting again. We must never forget the reason. They're a protesters and law enforcement in our street. And it's because dante right was killed by police. Police officer during a traffic stop in quote flanagan continued katie. Right lost your son dante. Right junior not yet. Two years old lost his father. Dante right should still be alive quote in continuing her tweet truth in light of this past year we must do what. Minneapolis many minnesotans. Excuse me capable capable of the bolden are thinking be steadfast in our accountability to change from top to bottom that means rethinking policy and rethinking count crowd control when people express righteous and just about viable outrage. That our state is not safe for black people. We must also find the right balance between safety in that free expression because surely we haven't gotten that right yet either. What is abundantly clear is that this is our reputation and this is our shame. The feelings are sharp. And there's blame for all of us but there's also an opportunity for action and for better.
Kim Potter, officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright, resigns
"As Mike Grudge you reports a former Minnesota police officer has been charged in a fatal shooting of a black motorist Former Brooklyn center Minnesota Police officer Kim Potter has been charged with second degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of 20 year old black motorist. Dante right. The shooting ignited days of unrest. Potter and Brooklyn Center Police chief Tim Gannon both resigned Tuesday. Attorney Benjamin Crump, who represents rights family reacted to the charge The family of Dante, right, We'll get to have their day in court. The shooting occurred Sunday during a traffic stop is right was pulled over for expired tags and officers sought to make an arrest after discovering he had an outstanding
Ex-Minnesota Police Officer Kim Potter Released From Jail
"Kim Potter, who resigned is a Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer shortly after fatally shooting Dante right, is free on bond after being charged with second degree manslaughter. According to the county attorney's office. Kim Potter fired one round into rights left side with her Glock nine millimeter handgun after yelling Taser Taser Taser, the office, adding in a statement. Certain occupations carry an immense responsibility and none more so than a sworn police officer ABC. Stephanie
4th Night of Protests After Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Charged
"Gathered and protest that again tonight and support of Dante writes a 20 year old black man killed by now former Brooklyn's center Minnesota police officer Achim Potter during a traffic stop. Potter was charged with second degree manslaughter. Or from CBS News is Chris Martinez. 20 year old Wright's death set off protests and unrest in the aftermath of the Sunday shooting in the Minneapolis suburb. It happened just miles from where fired Officer Derek Shobin is being tried for murder in the death of George Floyd. Wednesday night, People held a vigil at the scene of Dante and writes death while protesters also gathered more than 900 miles away in Atlanta. Potter was a 26 year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison.
Hundreds protest in Brooklyn Center for 4th night after shooting
"Night of protests. I nly Scylla. Sarah Fox News. Hundreds of people have gathered for 1/4 night outside the Brooklyn Center. Minnesota Police Department after the shooting death of Dante right as police try to disperse the crowd, the city's mayor, right, imposed a curfew for 10. PM tonight. Former police officer Kim Potter Has been released on $100,000 bond after she was charged with second degree manslaughter this morning. Please say Potter accidentally drew her gun instead of her Taser Sunday during a traffic stop affidavit with the criminal complaint says her duty belt was designed with the Taser on the left side of Glock nine millimeter on the right side and designed to be used with the corresponding hand. A statement from the county attorney's office says that she will be vigorously prosecuted. To prove that she aggregated her responsibility to the public when she used the firearm instead of the Taser is Mike Tobin in Brooklyn Center. If convicted, Potter could serve 10 years in
Former Minnesota cop charged in shooting of Black motorist
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a former Minnesota police officer has been charged in the fatal shooting of a black motorist former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer Kim potter has been charged with second degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of twenty year old black motorist to Dante right the shooting ignited days of unrest potter in Brooklyn center police chief Tim Gannon both resigned to Tuesday attorney Benjamin Crump who represents rights family reacted to the charge the family of Dante Wright will get to have their day in court the shooting occurred Sunday during a traffic stop is right was pulled over for expired tags and officers ought to make an arrest after discovering he had an outstanding warrant hi Mike Crossey up
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Tonight It's currently 40. Seven degrees, The FDA has recommended a nationwide paws of the Johnson and Johnson Covert 19 vaccines look into reports of rare but potentially dangerous blood clots do unfortunately, happen every single day. Having nothing to do with the vaccine they're gonna look to see Is there a link and if there's a link Is there a mechanism that can explain it? ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton, the Brooklyn Center, Minnesota police officer who shot and killed Dante right, and the department's chief have resigned, hoping that this would help. Bring some calm to to the community. Although you know, I think ultimately people want justice. He wanted full accountability under the Mall Mayor Mike Elliott. Defense attorneys in the trial of Derrick Show Vin called the use of force expert to the witness stand who said the former Minneapolis police officer was justified in pinning George Floyd to the ground. President Biden is expected to announce that all U. S troops will be out of Afghanistan by September. 11th except for those who protect US diplomats. Daria Aldinger ABC News, citing unlimited WTMJ news time for 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center. Democratic State lawmakers are using the shooting of Dante right to call for police reform in Wisconsin Assembly Minority Leader Gordon hits more than just rhetoric but we actually take some proactive action. Not just to change what can be changed in terms of our systemic laws. Training procedures, actual reform measures but to demonstrate to black people in the state of Wisconsin that our state government recognizes it has a role to play. Police reform is not on the assembly's agenda this afternoon, State Health Services Department is following the CDC is lead and temporarily halting the use. Of Johnson and Johnson vaccine the feds air pausing the use of the vaccine over concerns over red. Excuse me, a rare blood clot H at DHS Deputy secretary Julie Williams fan Do I want to make sure you understand that it is very rare. And that we are taking this action out of an abundance of caution. To date, 160,000 Johnson and Johnson doses have been administered in Wisconsin, downtown Milwaukee. Is Marcus Center has big plans is a slowly returns to its in person live performances outside. I think a lot of people At least right now feel little more comfortable gathering in large groups outside markets center President and CEO Kendra Whitlock Ingram says the newly available outdoor space where the tree grove used to be will be put to good use this summer. I know a lot of the groups like the offering the ballet are looking to perform their first stage is concerned it as well in group says they also spent the past few months adding Isles to the continental seating in a line haul came that they're WTMJ News Unlimited WTMJ news time 4 33. Like our conversation with Dr John Raymond, the president, CEO.
"brooklyn center minnesota police" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"There are the headlines out of Minnesota this morning, Mary Tyler Moore, who could turn the world on with her smile, Take a nothing day suddenly make it all seem worthwhile. Well, that's the past. Now. In the present, it's mad leftists burning down homes with Children and puppies inside. As right puppies inside. The headlines. Suspicious. Fire destroys Trump supporters garage come out truck pro Biden, Black lives matter. Graffiti left at scene also and Erica's stuff. And the stories out of there. I didn't know there was a place in Minnesota called Brooklyn Center. Brooklyn Center. Suspicious Fire in Brooklyn Center destroys Homes Garage large Trump election sign There are flags you see, And the thing here and W C studio is reporting a Brooklyn center family says their garage and trucks were burned early Wednesday morning. And they believe it was because of the trump 2020 flags that were draped over them. The FBI and the have been called in to investigate the fire at Dennis and Denham Ola's home. I just heard a large boom and a bang, Dennis said. It's a boom ends a bang. It's like springtime for Hitler. There's Hitler again. The first thing for me was my kids. My wife What's going on The family's garage trucks, plural and trailer were burned just after 3 A.m. Wednesday graffiti on the garage red and still reads Biden, 2020 and BLM, which is for bomb load murder. Or it's for belligerent leftist mob belligerent leftist among one of our brilliant colors a couple days ago, shorthand for black lives matter and belligerent, left his mum. The anarchy symbol of a with a circle around it to three by five Trump flags were on the trailer and truck meeting. They were set on fire. Dennis says he saw three people running from the home. He focused on getting his Children. Ages two and five months old out of the house safely. Our families safe. Then it said, That's the main thing. All this is material. It's all material. It's not as important as our family because he's not an anarchist. He's not abiding voter is not a leftist. He understands that human life and his family and his Children are paramount. He didn't leave them on the side of the road. He's at home, raising his Children. And he's pro American, and he's not criminally insane. Like so many millions of Democrats in 2020, the family says they got the trump flags just a week ago after Dennis, who was a contractor, had a dispute at work site over his support for the president. Since then they've had the had the flags. They say People have been driving by their house very slowly, Some taking pictures like the Stasi. They're like the East German secret police very creepy people. The Democrats these days were just happy to be alive and praise God that we're alive. Tina said The family was also able to save four puppies. Four puppies from the smoke filled garage. They're trying to murder puppies and Children. They're arsonists. They're they're crazy people. Their homes suffered minor damage. It's minor because it's not your home. If it were your home, you wouldn't think of it as being very minor. They say they can't believe someone targeted them for their political beliefs. I, on the other hand, can't believe that I'm just shocked. Dentist said these this kind of stuff should not happen. You're right about that. Especially over beliefs of some sort. Well, they're Communists. There, Leftist there. The Democrat Party. They'd like your vote on Election Day. One of the family surveillance cameras was blocked just before the explosion. Other surveillance cameras in the neighborhood have been turned over to authorities. Brooklyn Centre, Minnesota police say the Minnesota arson reward project Is offering a $5000 word for information in the case, and this is the normal Now. This is what the Democrats have made normal. You know what else that made normal Might. We have some some acoustics from the streets of America last night where there were police officers being shot in Louisville because the mob did not approve. Of the grand jury's findings they wanted. You see, there were three police officers involved, too, They ruled. The grand jury ruled, were not going to be charged with anything, even though they fired a whole bunch of shots because it turns out that Briana Taylor's boyfriend shot at them first, which we knew, But the news media airbrush that out of the story. He owned the gun legally. But here, it's somebody coming through the door. And he said, Well, they didn't identify themselves. So I I shot and the Briana Taylor's boyfriend first shot at the place that the police returned fire, so it shouldn't be really surprised anyone when you start shooting at the police And they say, Well, they didn't identify themselves as the police. The upstairs neighbors says, Oh, yeah, they identified themselves as police and it was pre dawn. So it's not like everybody was out milling around the neighborhood. But the closest neighbor and apparently other witnesses told the police and investigators that they did announce themselves and ah, lot of what we had heard about this was untrue. We had heard. That was a no knock warrant. It was not a no knock warrant. They did knock. They did identify themselves and announced themselves. They did Goto bash the door down and then someone inside opened fire on them, saying, claiming after the fact they didn't identify themselves. That's contradicted by witnesses that don't have a dog in the fight. Who is it? It's kind of like, hands up. Don't shoot. You know the Democrats. They lie about everything. They still champ Hands up. Don't shoot at these radical leftist, violent arson, looting rallies that the media tells you are peaceful and it never happened. It's a great big lie..