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"carrie romans" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

07:57 min | 7 months ago

"carrie romans" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Kirk, Kirk, weissler. We're gonna. This is gonna be a tough one Kirk, 'cause I'm Curt and your Kirk. How are you Kirk? That's gonna be great. And everyone always asks is it KRT? Yeah. Exactly. And as Kurt with a T, but you know, you can go a different direction. That's fine. Yours is the true. That's right. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Put yourself in the context of Kurt. As far as where you live, what do you do? That sort of thing. Sure. So I live in Gilbert Arizona. We've lived here about 7 years, moved here from Georgia, we're out there about 9 years. The girl I married, Rebecca, we've been hanging out together for 30 years. Wow. We met both rejected BYU students going to the community college, which from what I understand now is even bigger than BYU. You view. I was one of those rejects that ended up in norm as well. But we were there during the main change. You know, when Carrie Romans worked was there and they were changing from two to four years and then all that. But we have 6 children together. Three boys three girls. I make my living primarily doing coaching training leadership and culture based team building called I call it culture building training. I usually in person training. It's been a little slow this last year and a half for in person training. So I've done something called zip zap zoom, you know, how to build a virtual team, things like that to kind of fill the gap, but being with people is obviously just so much more fun. But we could, I'd be needing me with you in the studio and it would just be so fun. And I listened to you so much. So that's what I've done. That's what I do. And then I think the context that got you and I connected was my recent service as an LDS bishop. I know you do a lot of so much of what you do with benefits leaders as they're trying to work with the different populations and challenges they face. And so I think that's how you and I got connected and through SQL Friends. Yeah. And what do you remember from that as far as starting that experience as bishop? I mean is there a story there as far as how you recalled or what that experience was like because even though you're this guy that goes around coaches and presents about culture and leadership, I just feel like church leadership sometimes can be the great equalizer, right? That just brings everybody to the same ground zero and says, all right, now you give it a shot. What do you remember about that learning experience at the beginning? Yeah. Okay, so at some point, so I'm 57 now, so I was in my early 50s when this happened. And I don't know how old you look very young to me. I turned 40 this year, so. But think about the number of bishops we've been through. Yeah. And I'm assuming you served in LDS mission, I don't know, but if some missionaries, some missionary stay with one mission, president submission had the experience of being with two. And so you see these dynamics in leadership and styles and that kind of thing. And so our ward culture, we just barely moved from Gilbert, just very moved to go to Arizona from Georgia. So we got there during the summer. I mean, we were just unpacking when this happened. And so we didn't have any preconceived notion or experience. Our first couple of Sundays at church, most people were already gone on vacation because in Arizona, people during the summer exit the state. Makes sense. Like a snowbird opposite thing. So I don't have any idea. I looked at my wife and I thought, well, this is interesting. There's a lot of people they could choose from. So we're going to say this came from God. We're going to lean in and have a great experience. And then I had a few people from the state tell me that this particular ward was a little bit of a stepchild to the stake in that there was a little higher turnover, more of a starter homes. There's going to be more needs. That type of scenario. And I said, okay, well, I didn't know what that meant. And so but I was like any bishop, I was excited. And like any bishop, well, I think, I don't know what anybody should does with that. I know what I do that. I'm going to be the best. I'm going to break records. My job allows me to go over in the morning. I'm just going to read that hammock a couple times. It's the first couple of weeks. I'm just going to be right and then and then you get on you leave the MTC and you hit the mission. This is how this is going to go. Yeah. Does that sound familiar? Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. I'm going to make the state president so proud, you know? Trust me. I love that. Love that. And then how long did you serve as a bishop? 5 years. 5 years. Nice. So pretty, pretty typical for Arizona, right? I don't know. I think think so. There was threats from the state president that my call would be extended and shortened. So there was moments when there was moments when he said, you know, I'd be the bishop, but I never thought you would do that. And we'll talk about that a little bit. But he still loved me and I still love him. Yeah. So let's just go to the basics as far as culture is concerned. You know, through the lens of your experience as a bishop, but also as a speaker and consultant and coach. We hear this term culture a lot. And sometimes it's just it can feel more like a buzzword. I think generally people understand what we're saying about culture. And these phrases that you're religious community. Oh, that's not doctor, and that's culture. And it's really hard to sit down with the concept of culture as a leader and say, okay, now we're going to do a B and C so where do we begin to even understand what culture is or how we can start on this path of implementing a positive culture in award? Okay. Have you interviewed the guy that does the website, the art of manliness? Yeah, yeah. Okay, Brett McKay, yes. So yeah, he wrote an article called the father with intentionality. It's my go to short piece that I use with my corporations when I'm doing culture work. Because it's a 7 minute read that gives you a good concept. But I drafted a little something for you today, thinking you might ask this question. So here's what I wrote. Like families, every water branch or steak has its own unique culture. That feeling that's made up of our collective beliefs and attitudes and energy of the members and the stories that they tell themselves and others about themselves and others and about how the ward is and how the bishop is and how the young men's program is. You as a bishop saw people come in, they were kind of surfing your award. They were like, I can move anywhere in this community. I'm just going to reward hopping looking for that fit, right? Like, that just when they moved to a new city, we go to church by zip code, but that just go to church by preacher. Like, a one looking for the preacher that kind of fits my so while everyone contributed to the culture, leaders can play this key role in shifting and shaping that culture. And they will do this intentionally, as Brett writes, or they'll do it unintentionally, either way, you and I are going to shape that culture. So my question for you Kurt is, have there been times in your church? Think of it. Think about times in nutrients where you visit another ward and experience something about that other war that you're like, wow, that's that's cool. I mean, or that's remarkable, or man, I wish our board did that, or I'm gonna do that when I'm a bishop's update. Can you think of any specific things that you saw? Just specific thing. I'll give you one. Okay. Yeah. Haven't you? Haven't we all gone to award and go, man, these deacons in the sacrament? That's tight. Yeah. They were crisp. That would have taken us 15 more minutes. How'd they do that in 15 minutes, right? Like, wow, those guys, right? Or you go to this ward and there's this buzz. There's just this, I mean, it's not reverent, but there's a good feeling. There's all this buzz, and then the bishop brick stands and it just goes like, wow, this got quiet. Or going to a singles ward, where there is no children and going, it's too quiet. I'm right. But we go to these wards and we had these experiences and those experiences are part of that world's culture. And sometimes we're like, wow, that's cool, and sometimes we're like, oh, I kind of miss my work. Yeah. But we all belong to the same faith. We all have the same doctrine. So I've imagined I've often imagined this dream calling in the church, which is that whether Kirk wisely, you've been called to serve as a best practice gather your assignment as to visit rewards each Sunday.

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"carrie romans" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"carrie romans" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You for having me on Lee Wigner has a book got conspiracy to riot? The life and times of one of the Chicago Seven. I just mentioned all the images that are frozen in my mind. Lee. What's What's the most vivid memory for you of those times being locked up me? Yeah. Being surrounded by federal marshals on having It's in the government to witness who's, uh How terrible story that caught me in my friends. Yeah, it was. It was an amazing time, and especially in light of the events of the day, Um, looking back on it. It's pretty interesting and you write in your book. Finally, among the noise, accomplishments and cultural changes of the sixties that are still affecting our political lives. Where does the Chicago Eight conspiracy trial fit in? Originally it was a Chicago eight. Where does it fit in in your opinion leaf? So, look, I think they're important. The most important lesson from the trial that continues a resident now, how is it that people care and must resist illegitimate state power? And they have Tonto El Tristan and a renewed political struggle for social and I can't just us that's really happening now, and it's part of how anyone becomes their best self responsible person, a patriot Through for me, then Trooper, everyone. I read that one of your jobs was to train protest marshals to actually protect crowds. Can you explain that a little bit? Oh, it didn't work very well. Yeah, Yes, I was one of it was one piece of my work. We knew that we suspected strongly. At the Chicago Police Department and the city government. Not so happy with the notion of protest against the Democratic Party is presidential convention. And we expected Cattle's arrest difficulty. And part of my work Woz to help train people. To protect And traitors marches. We people would be on the margins, marshals of the other margins, trying to keep a separation between the police and the demonstrators. Went when the trial of the Chicago seven actually began early fall of 69 Lee whiner was Student at Northwestern University Teaching assistant there. You had previously graduated from the University of Illinois and Lee. You were known as the quiet defendant, weren't you? Absolutely correct gloried in it. Look, I mean, my dad to see, I suppose, was it that things worked out? I gave a little bit turned to the streets and into political work, which I've been doing Pretend years. Uh, Chicago. Um It didn't work out. Um Yeah, And it was specter of my test. Prepper toe white celebrity. The truth is that the tri awas Such wonderful news Um, we were payments. Well, there wasn't It was no Twitter Instagram toe. Really, Really famous were about his famous is you couldn't get em back post. You didn't really know one another before the trial, did you? Carrie Roman was my old friend. My known happy for years. I knew running for years as well when he was know what the election in Chicago I Tom before. Um none of us really knew Bobby. Um, I like getting that Dave During the actual demonstrations and 68. David Dylan's Your Cave. Intelligent? Yes. Look, I mean, the truth is that we all of us late, um We live in a world you know, political world, a polluted environment and effort. Two. Trying to injustice. In America. Like racism, bigotry. Entitlement to them to get to exploit to capitalism and so in that world We got a new one. Look. Hmm. Do we know what another gun up to plan a trip? Planner Ryan? Yeah. Go. If you had a great idea about inviting a iconic comedian to the courtroom, it didn't quite work out and talk about that. You know what? I'm you know what I'm referring to here, Of course corners we got You're very portion to get crowd till march is personal total number and I got the opportunity to talk to him about coming and testifying in the trial about satire and humor, Um Can. It was a great conversation, usual area. He told me he was honored to be asked, but it taught me that his last thing was marching, but the judge will not pay any attention to him. Hmm. Definitely, Uh, only highlight. No, it would have been something. Uh uh. What do you think about this movie? Everybody's buzzing about the trial of the Chicago Seven that opens this weekend and you're gonna be portrayed on the on the big screen and everybody is saying this is a terrific script from Aaron Sorkin. Well, The nice news is that Netflix was erased week to me, and they gave me an advance of two with a film last night, but the first time what do you think I don't I was totally straight. Debate about whether we still you're not. Um, but okay, so I was totally straight. I thought them I e thought the movie personal rocket fell in love with it because it It showed on the screen or the most pointed most important. Small piece of the trial. It's when Adam Hartmann.

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"carrie romans" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"carrie romans" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Jim Stranger outdoors. We're doing open lives tonight. I think it's very appropriate if you have thoughts of feelings about Passage of my compadre, my friend, my mentor. Carrie Roman. Here's the numbers 571. Ready for ready for 1 800. 444 84 84. Before I get into regular comments. I want to go back to something I said. Cause I think it's only appropriate. Jerry is Memoirs. And they were possible part of my programming because there's no way no way. No. How It actually compared Knowledge expertise. Um Charitable Offerings of Information that he brought to this program. And Beyond the personal loss. He is a professional loss for all of you. Listen, this program when I said he was irreplaceable. Very well met that I've never in all my travels around the country and shot professionally for years. And have, as most of you know, had very wide at reaching Travels. Thereafter. UNITED States And after that, the best of the best. He was cream of the crop. So, uh, I just want to put that out there because I think it's very important to say. And after his time goes on you as I will feel sense of loss about this remarkable man. Muzzleloader season is here. Here in Indiana and Kentucky. I will tell you that the secondary run this time. Maybe one of the most important and easily defined Secondary ruts and I've seen in a long, long time. Um There's a lot of young does In the Uh huh. Population. They're driving this train. There's a lot of older those that did not conceive. There's gravity to strain. But most importantly and this is something folks don't really think about as much as they should. With bucks go into hard, and by that I mean after the shed their velvet And they're going to hard and they're ready, willing and able to breed and they will stay that way until Win. They're not able to breathe, which is when their testosterone starts to drop and they shed their hammers, which is a zoo. We know in late winner In some cases early spring. What I mean by that? Uh, late January, February March. Uh, So what we got here? And this is according to all of these observations on my trail cameras, my friends observations in the field. My friends trail camera pictures, etcetera. Boxer really starting to scrape again. They're starting to check their dough units again. They're coming to, Um Fields during daylight, as opposed to what they were doing a week or two ago to check those They're also feeding more and more during daylight hours because they have to winter's coming. They know it. So their own that pattern and this is something that we're going to see. That's gonna continue forward. All the way through this muzzle over season, so Um If you Have the information that time in the tag by that meaning, Buck tag get out there because it's happening. And it's something that Z It's fairly evident every year, actually. A lot of people don't see it because they're not out there. But The Bucks, desire and ability to breed. Keeps him on the street. Now, here's what usually happens. They come into the November period. Really cranked up. Um, they've come out of the velvet In late October. Excuse me late September, moving into October. Very, very, very few does or ready to breed. Then they get November and late October November. Some does Something disastrous. And when they do they start to put that sit with would they put these bucks on? Uh huh. What I like to refer to his forced march. And what I mean by that is They're on the move, moving and grooving. They know these does air coming in disastrous. They're coming in tow. He and they're ready. They're ready will never breed and from there on it's game on Once that scent hits the woods. That's when thanks, propelled forward in a big, big way, and that, of course, leads us in the regular John Season. And from there, it progresses forward in the manner that I described him or now in that second phase of that, so I want you all be aware. Let's go to Jeffrey's calling from Lawrenceburg. Yes, Jeff Europe. GM's Jesse, uh, just wanted to call and say I'm sorry, and I know it's tough and I know he was Trusted trusted friends. And I just want you know we love you Just want you to hear that. Jeff, That means the world to make come from you. Your ministers of the Lord and I know that's what drives your train, and you're also late, consummate outdoorsman. You know you're you're gathered lives the world that we revere and Max. I'll tell you this tough I designed for set otherwise. I think you know me and well enough to know you've been around me. I'm playing spokesman. Lying is not one of my traits and It's just you know how to replace it here in the Roman you don't he is. They're replaceable. The guy there's so much about guns and about how certain hunt Set up a gun for personal fence and the thing about it. This is what such a loss to me. I can't say what he said. I don't have his knowledge. I don't have this experience. These kind of Situations are tough, but, brother I really, really, really appreciate you reaching that way. Care about you and I just know what a trusted friend we don't know. At the end of our life. We don't have many of those then. I know he was that she We agree. We grieve with you. Jim. I want you to know that so I just want to know you. You don't walk alone, okay? That means more to me than you know, brother. Okay, wait. Tom, you need to call you Give me a shout, All right? Yes, sir. I really do appreciate it that you You're good. Have the kid for the sportsman and Uh, you know, what do you say about somebody's irreplaceable? I don't know. I might have lost the words Maybe you can, but you gotta you gotta ask me course I'm I'm the faster But you thank God that you had, um That Z What you do. You are a good team. You all you all were a great team. Then you just thank the Lord. You have the chance. You know That's what you do. Well, I think that's very well said, and, uh, my buddy's got Turner on that, Uh, tribute to the deceased helped me a lot just period and obviously I'm still very, very emotional. No apologies made. You know if you can't cry over bag Friend or family member. You really you probably lost in space. If you know what it means. Do I think that he loved you, too? You need to know that way. We all knew that. Well. Well. Well, I can't tell you what that means to me. You know, I'm sitting here. This is this is the hard part in a ways Because Cove it I've not been in the studio for months on it, you know, I broadcast from home. At home, his home and Gary Woz always welcome in my home. He was a very integral part off people that were invited to and in my home and the last broadcast I did with them. He was sitting next to me right here where I'm sitting now. And Jeff. I can't describe what flight to think that he's never gonna sit here again. Yeah, It's just, uh I guess we all go through disbelief. This might be a good place and time to describe something. Um, you know, it's human beings. We're no different than other animals..

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"carrie romans" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"carrie romans" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mm. That kind of host. You didn't really know one another before the trial, did you Carrie. Roman was my oldest friend. Um, I have known happy for years. I knew ready for years as well. When he was elected in Chicago. I Tom before Um matter that we knew Poppy. Um, I don't get in that, Dave. During the actual demonstrations and 68 David Dellinger, but gave a Dillinger. Yes. Look, I mean, the truth is that we all of us late, um We've been swirled in a political world polluted environment and effort. Two. Tramp injustice. In America. Like racism, bigotry. Entitlement to them to get to exploit to capitalism and so in that world We kind of knew. What Look. Hmm. We know what another gun up to plant. It took quite a riot. Yeah, you go If you had a great idea about inviting a Iconic comedian to the courtroom. It didn't quite work out and talk about that. You know what? I'm you know what I'm referring to here. Of course, we got very portion to get crowd till march is personal, colorful number and I got the opportunity to talk to him about coming and testifying in the trial about satire and humor. Um can it was a great conversation usual area. He told me he was honored to be asked what he thought was his last thing was marching put the charge would not pay any attention to him. Yeah. Um, definitely, uh, only highlight. No, it would have been something E woman, Huh? What do you think about this movie? Everybody's buzzing about the trial of the Chicago Seven that opens this weekend and you're going to be portrayed on the on the big screen and everybody is saying this is a terrific script from Aaron Sorkin. Well, The nice news is bad. Netflix was erased week to me, and they gave me an advanced period of film last night, but the first time what do you think I don't I was totally straight. E debate about whether still you're not. Um but okay, so I was probably straight. I thought them I e thought the movie was a locket fell in love with it because it It showed on the screen or the most pointed most important. Small piece of the trial. It's when Adam Hartmann was asked What his price. Woz, Um, have been talked about it a joke about asking for $100,000 and leaving the city. I'm not having the demonstrations. The prosecution put it up in like a serious offer. So he was a asked water. You know how much you comes. We're going away for how much would of course. Who's his price? You said my price to the revolution. Very small Grace. Yeah, but Smile. You said private. My price would be my life in the movie. Wow, man, um Can't wait to see it. Yeah, I think the movie accomplishes tries to accomplished in saying that that I was talking about in terms of what? I think the Twilight. In retrospect, Corporates two people now it does show people fighting back and a very constrained and very difficult situation. The courtroom But fighting back against the justice read more working together to make that happen more from Lee whiner. His book is Conspiracy to riot. The life and Times of one of the Chicago seven lead. I listen to this. Tell me if this made the movie because I recorded a line for them just a voice line, and I'm not sure if it actually made the final cut. Here's Here's what I recorded. Tell me if you remember hearing this in the movie, Listen closely. Abby. Abby over here. WGN Radio. Can I get a comment was I am I think you might remain it Great. Now go see it. Lee whiner. A pleasure talking to you, Lee and continued success and good health to you, my friend. Hey, they driving me on October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We want to learn more about that. Joining us on the phone right now is Dr Swati Kulkarni. She is a surgical oncologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Dr. Kulkarni. Thank you so much for jumping on the phone with us. Thank you so much for having me. She s so tell us the basics about what? We should know. What do most people not door are not a pair of about breast cancer. That should be the basic things that we keep in mind and check up there. Certainly the big thing, But are there other things that Average person just doesn't pay enough attention to that. We should be aware of Absolutely that I first thing I did want to start with reminding people Tioga member to get their mammogram, and I think it's particularly important, especially during this time with the pandemic and all that's going on in the world. People are so busy their home schooling, their kids and their you know their working at home, But it is important Tol I to remember just in find some time to get your screening mammogram because you don't want to do that. You know, you have a better chance that if we're gonna find something, and we find something early, um you know, it's better to find something early and treated a supposed to just believe your care. And sometimes that can lead Tohno something more difficult to treat. So I The first thing I wanted to say, is really more so this year, then you know, we always talk about getting your screening mammogram, but I think it's important to just remind people that they should try to find time to do that for their health. Honey, That's especially true for breast cancer, right? Of course, with everything in life is a doctor..

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"carrie romans" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"carrie romans" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Chicago Seven actually from Chicago joins us Now let's say hi to Lee Wine there. How you doing, Lee? I'm doing fine. Thank you for having me on Ly Wigner has a book out conspiracy to riot the life and times of one of the Chicago Seven. I just mentioned all the images that are frozen in my mind. Lee. What's What's the most vivid memory for you of those times being locked up and being surrounded by federal marshals from having The government witnesses. Tell terrible story that poppy in my friend's? Yeah, it was. It was an amazing time, and especially in light of the events of the day. Looking back on it. It's pretty interesting and you write in your book. Finally, among the noise, accomplishments and cultural changes of the sixties that air still affecting our political lives. Where does the Chicago Eight conspiracy trial fit in? Originally it was the Chicago eight. Where does it fit in in your opinion leaf? Look, I think they're important the most important lesson from the trial that continues a resident so that people can and must resist illegitimate state power. Trusting in a renewed political struggle per social and I can't be just us that's really happening now, and it's part of how anyone becomes their best self responsible and a patriot. For me, then Trooper, everyone. I read that one of your jobs was to train protest marshals to actually protect crowds. Can you explain that a little bit? I didn't work very well. Yes, that was one piece of my work. We knew that always suspected strongly. That the Chicago Police Department and Ham City government not so happy with the notion of protests against the Democratic Party's presidential convention. And we expected Arrest me. Can part of my work Woz to help train people. To protect Demonstrators. Many marches We people will be on the margins, marshals of the other margins, trying to keep a separation between police and demonstrators. When the trial of the Chicago seven actually began in early fall of 69 Lee whiner was Student at Northwestern University and teaching assistant there. You had previously graduated from the University of Illinois and Lee. You are known as the quiet defendant, weren't you? Absolutely correct again. Look, I mean, my can't you see, I suppose Or that things worked out. I gave a little B turned to the streets and into political work, which I've been doing pretending Gators. Oh, in Chicago. Uh, it didn't work out. It was, uh, my stripper told White Celebrity Trump is trialled. Uh, wonderful, Nunes. Um, we were famous We there wasn't there was no winner wins. 2 G really, really payments were about its famous as you could get. You didn't really know one another before the trial, did you Carrie Roman was my old friend. Uh, my unknown happy for years. Ah, NIU Renny for years as well when he was called Goliath Tom before More truly knew, Poppy. Um, in that day. During the actual demonstrations, David Dellinger, but I mean, the truth is that we all of us. Lived in a world of political world of political environment and effort. Two. Tranq injustice. In America. Like racism, bigotry. Anticommunism to get to explore to capitalism and so in that world Look, we know what another gun upto plan took her lion. Yeah, if you had a great idea about inviting Ah, ah! An iconic comedienne to the courtroom. It didn't quite work out and talk about that. You know what? I'm you know what I'm referring to here? Of course. Of course, we got were very portion to get. Groucho Marx is personal, powerful numbers, and I got the opportunity to talk to him about coming and testifying in the trial about satire and humor. Look, Um and it was a great conversation usual area. Come on. He told me he was honored to be asked it thought his life was a marquis, but the judge would not pay any attention to him. Only a high life never would have been something wonderful. What do you think about this movie? Everybody's buzzing about the trial of the Chicago seven that opens this weekend and you're going to be portrayed on the big screen and everybody is saying This is a terrific script from Aaron Sorkin. Well, a nice new engine that Netflix, uh Was there a story to me, and they gave me an advance of film last night for the first time. What do you think I was totally straight debate about whether or not but okay, so I was probably straight. I I thought that would be so in love with it because it She showed on the screen on the most point and most important More pieces of the trial. It's when Abbie Hoffman was asked What his price Wass and talk about his joke about asking for $100,000 and leaving the city not having the demonstrations. The prosecution put it up like a serious offer. So he was a asked order. You know how much time do we have going away for much? But of course, who's his price? And he said on my price revolution in very small, great But Come on smile. If it's pride that my price would be my life movie man and, um Can't wait to see it. I think the movie accomplishes try to accomplished saying Beverly and I was talking about in terms of what I think the Twilo. In retrospect, Corporates two people now does show people fighting back and very constrained and very difficult situation. The court are fighting back against the justice read more working together to make that happen. More from Lee Whiner. His book is Conspiracy to riot the life and times of one of the Chicago seven. Listen to this. Tell me if this made the move because I recorded a line for them just a voice line, And I'm not sure if it actually made the final cut here. Here's what I recorded. Tell me if you remember hearing this in the movie, Listen closely, Abby. Abby over here. WG and radio. Can I get a comment? What was I in? I think you might have made a great now Go see it. Lee whiner. A pleasure talking to you, Lee and continued success and good health to you, my friend. Thank you for having me on. So I'm Robbie James on W. G N radio. And it is my pleasure to talk to a rich land called again an attorney at Bryce Downey and Linkov and host of legal Face off on W G. N plus Speaking of technology, Of course, if it weren't for cell phone videos, we wouldn't know quite as much as we do, though. I'm not sure we know the whole story. But the bottom line is anybody in the last couple days who has seen the videos of the George Floyd attack and I'll put it that way. If that doesn't move you then clearly there's something wrong with you. But when I was looking at all the things that have come out so far, which is scant little, of course, the sentence that got me was that in Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department's use of force policy. And I think to myself Maybe there's something wrong that goes beyond just the officer we're most concerned about. What do you think? I'm not sure I haven't seen that. I'm not sure if that is accurate, but assuming it is, you know, there are a lot of police tactics. That's Are permissible and restraining, Um, someone who's accused of crime, but you know, there's common sense that comes into play. And there's um yes, have some basic restraints on your ability to stop. Restrain someone when their lives when their life is a danger. So even if hypothetically the Minneapolis Police department allows this technique certainly for four minutes or for six minutes, however, along the video where Especially when the man says I can't breathe and.

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"carrie romans" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"carrie romans" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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