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"charles blount" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:46 min | 9 months ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KGO 810

"Throughout their lives by that other people tell me that the bully who the person who bullied them in school, you know, 20 years later contacted them to apologize for how they had tormented them. And you know what The results had been in their lives, So I want to talk about the long term implications. Bullying if it if we don't find a way to nip it in the bud When it's taking place, we'll be right back. This is KGO Vice President Mike Pence received his initial dose of the visor vaccine today at Walter Reed Medical Center. He, along with second lady Karen Pence, and the surgeon general also got the vaccine, saying they hope to build confidence about the safety of that vaccine is the Christmas holiday approaches. This is always a season of hope. We gather here today at the end of historic week. To affirm to the American people have hope is on the way. President elect Joe Biden will receive his shot next week. The White House says President Trump, who received experimental treatments during his bout with Corona virus is waiting for his medical team to let him know if he should get the vaccine. Deadlines looming ahead of the holidays with what's left of the cares act set to expire right after Christmas and a government shutdown possible for midnight tonight. Congressional leaders say they're close to a new covert deal. It's attached to that government funding bill and could spill into the weekend. I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News Eiji 08 10 News updates update on the path Thurston program I'm give McAllister This report is sponsored by Bayshore Plumbers Save all the stress and headache of your plumbing needs. Call Bayshore Plumbers for a service or a free estimate. 6503 to 3 64 64 6503 to 3 64 64 for being short plumbers. California is extending the deadline for people affected by the Glass Wall Bridge and Meyer spires earlier this year to apply for state debris removal. It burned properties. The new January 15th deadline gives fire survivors another month fill out that paperwork for a state contract of debris hauling program. Ah, former California sheriff's deputy indicted by a grand jury on a charge of felony involuntary manslaughter in the death of a man after a high speed chase. Is asking a judge to keep secret the evidence against him. Press Democrat Reporting. The grand jury in October decided former deputy Charles Blount should stand trial in the death of David Ward, who died in a struggle with clout. Defense lawyer wants a judge to delay releasing transcripts of the proceedings until the trial has concluded, the attorney arguing, releasing the records could taint potential jurors. There is word Jeremy Lin is returning to the Warriors, as have gate, quoting the league insider Shams Terranea as saying. The Palo Alto native is finalizing a deal with Golden State..

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:42 min | 11 months ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are very serious again. I'm not going to run and rush to judgment and push push allegations out until we've at the first U. S. Agriculture secretary and former governor Sonny Perdue also called for an investigation. But admitted that he quote didn't know if these reports are true or accurate. Democrat Joe Biden closed a 300,000 vote gap in Georgia and past Trump on Friday after county spent days counting signature verified absentee ballots that had arrived prior to a state established deadline. For NPR News. I'm a meal. Moffett in Atlanta, U S. Supreme Court has ordered Pennsylvania to separate all ballots that arrived by mail after election Day from current totals State Republicans following an emergency appeal today. The limit counts is Joe Biden's lead increases Their other prime from member station. W. L V. R has more The order, signed by conservative Justice Samuel Alito, effectively affirms of practice that was already in place. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar told counties last week two separate late arriving ballots even though they're allowed to be counted under state law. Alito's order denied another request from the state GOP. You stop counting the late arriving ballots altogether. Book far has previously said she doesn't expect the late arriving ballots to change the elections. Final result. An attorney for Pennsylvania State Democrats says Alito's order has served on Lee throw fuel on the fire of mistrust. That the Trump campaign continues to generate without providing evidence for NPR news until a Pratt incumbent David Perdue, and George will be facing a runoff against Democratic challenger John all soft in January. That's based on Georgia State law, which requires that a winning candidate must receive more than 50% of the vote to avoid a runoff between the top two candidates. Stocks closed mixed today. The Dow down 66 points. The NASDAQ was up four points. You're listening to NPR. Live from the news. I'm terrorist. Seiler, A Sonoma County sheriff's deputy, fired last year for wrongful use of force is facing felony manslaughter and assault charges. Duties. Alex Emily reports former deputy Charles Blount was charged in a grand jury indictment. The investigation surrounding the death of David Ward, a disabled man played out in secret for nearly a year. Criminal charges became public in a grand jury indictment unsealed Friday morning. Blount was captured on body camera video last November, slamming Ward's head into a car door frame after a high speed pursuit. Civil attorney Isaac Schwager represents Ward's mother in a wrongful death lawsuit. Mrs Ghastly what happened to David, who was not entirely innocent in the episode, but he certainly didn't deserve to die. The coroner found. Ward died as a result of blunt force trauma and other injuries suffered during a violent struggle with deputies. Warren also had methamphetamine in the system. Blount is due to appear in court on Thursday. I'm Alex Emslie. The news in the race to be the new supervisor for San Francisco's Richmond district. Connie Chan has taken the lead again. Chan is a progressive Democrat. And she's now in the lead with 107 more votes after rank choice voting than her main competition, the politically moderate margin fill our That's, according to the city's latest ballot count, released a couple of hours ago, which includes Tricked one provisional ballots. Chan started off in first place Tuesday but was over taken by fill our in a matter of hours. Fill our how the lead until this afternoon. But with thousands of ballots still uncounted, the race remains too close to call. The city says it will release its next count tomorrow afternoon. For full berry election results, visit dot org's slash elections. Have a great evening..

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"charles blount" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Millions of ballots do remain to be counted here in California. California's secretary of state, says county elections officials have already process and counted 12.4 million ballots. They estimate 4.5 million balance remain to be counted that would add up to a record 16.9 million voters in the 2016 general election. 14.6 million Californians voted California Assembly member Todd Gloria has won his race for mayor of San Diego is the first openly LGBTQ person and the first person of color to be elected mayor of San Diego. Gloria received threats of violence on social media. In the final months of his campaign. He will be the second LGBT mayor currently serving in a major U. S. City, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has been in office since April. Of last year. Los Angeles District attorney Jackie Lacey conceded to former San Francisco Diego George Gascon after a bitter raise. Gascogne, who ran as a criminal justice reform, ER unseated, the two term incumbent, Lacey Gascon vowed to bring sweeping changes to the office, such as jailing on Ly dangerous criminals. And holding Police officers accountable for unjustified killings. Gas. Khan's message resonated with voters after a summer of activism over the killing of George Floyd brought attention to the issue of racism and police brutality and racial inequality. Lengthy Was the first woman an African American to run the Los Angeles district attorney's office. A former Sanoma County sheriff's deputy who slammed a suspect's head into a car door frame last year and put him in a neck hold has been arrested on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter. Charles Blount turned himself in on Monday and was released on bond. The arrest involves the death of 52 year old David Ward last November near Bloomfield. Authorities had chased Ward thinking he was driving a stolen car, not knowing he was the victim. And had retrieved his stolen vehicle. Bring a struggle. Ward stopped breathing and died at the hospital officer. Blount resigned in February before it could be fired or its mother has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit. Over his death. The United States has set a grim new Covad 19 record following a week marked by high case numbers, surpassing 120,000 infections in a single day. And yesterday was the second day in a row, the country reported more than 100,000 infections. Health experts had warned weeks ago that the nation's daily cases would reach six digits. But that was alarming figures it sooner than expected. And, according to a forecast, published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Cove in 19th death toll could reach 266,000 by the end of the month. Others. They saw at least 121,054 new cases nationwide. According to Johns Hopkins University. There were at least 1187 reported deaths near 20% increase from the same day. Last week. The surging numbers commas thie US is headed into the holiday season with people expected to travel to see family members for Thanksgiving later this month, some of them bringing the virus back home with them, infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony found, she said. He's hopeful about a vaccine by the end of the year or the beginning of next and urged people to take care of each other and themselves. We must remember that we are facing an extraordinary challenge right now. We're in the middle of a historic canned, eh, Mick? And as we go into now, the middle of the cool or in season and the cold winter season things they're going to be even more challenging. So we have to help each other, take care of each other and encourage each other to take care of ourselves. Ohio Republican Governor Mike DeWine says weddings, funerals and other social gatherings had fueled what he called the shockingly high rise and Corona virus cases in his state. He urged state residents to wear mass practice social distancing and not gather in groups. We must stick to the basics. Do not endanger ourselves or families nor others once the election's over I've got to re focus our efforts on this virus. This virus doesn't care if we voted for Donald Trump. Doesn't care. We voted for Joe Biden is coming after all of us. Meanwhile, Twitter Band an account is by former Trump advisor Steve Bannon. Bannon called forth the beheading of Dr Anthony Fauci and FBI director Christopher Wray on his talk show. I'd actually like to go back to the old times of tour England. I'd.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Be very methodical, very organized. Obviously, I'm just watching two or three people at a time. I do think that here in their minor issues to come up, I will say that they've made every effort to correct said it. Those comments come in sharp contrast to President Trump, whose alleged widespread voter in election fraud without providing any evidence. Trump was mounted numerous legal challenges against election results, many of which have been rejected. With Pennsylvania in the national spotlight. Top Republicans in that state legislature are calling for an immediate audit of the presidential election. As Tyler proud of member station W. L. E R reports, it follows months of partisan bickering over how the battleground state should handle historic mail in ballots. Among the issues pre canvassing mail ballots, election officials and Democratic governor Tom Wolfe repeatedly asked the GOP led legislature for more time to prepare ballots in advance of the election. State Republicans also sued twice and lost over mail in ballot rules. Pennsylvania House Speaker Brian Cutler now says the election process was full of quote. Inconsistencies to ensure that the election process could be verified is accurate and without consideration of who was the presidential race the whole way down in the state House races at our level, I'm calling on Governor Wolf to produce a full audit of the 2020 election process. The governor's office says. Post election audits are already standard practice. For NPR News. I'm Tyler print in Allentown, Pennsylvania Stock Show Little movement today is the Labor Department issued a better than expected jobs report The Dow fell on NPR Scott Horse, the reports both the S and P. 500, the NASDAQ or essentially flat U. S. Employers added 638,000 jobs last month, more than most forecasters were expecting. The unemployment rate fell by a full percentage 5000.26 point 9%. Even as hundreds of thousands of people entered or reentered the labor market. Restaurants, retailers and construction companies. Also a big job gains in October, but government employment fell. Some of that was expected is temporary census workers were let go. State and local public schools also cut nearly 160,000 jobs. Over the last six months. The US has recovered 54% to 22 million jobs that were lost in March in April, when the pandemic first took hold. Scott Horsefly NPR NEWS Washington Still, despite those mixed numbers of Wall Street wrapped up its best week since April You're listening to NPR live from the news. I'm terrorist. Seiler, A cinema county sheriff's deputy, fired last year for wrongful use of force is facing felony manslaughter and assault charges. Kikui's Alex Emily. Reports. Former deputy Charles Blount was charged in a grand jury indictment. The investigation surrounding the death of David Ward, a disabled man played out in secret for nearly a year. Criminal charges became public in a grand jury indictment unsealed Friday morning. That was captured on body camera video last November, slamming Ward's head into a car door frame after a high speed pursuit. Civil attorney Isaac Schwager represents Ward's mother in a wrongful death lawsuit. Mrs. Ghastly what happened to David? Who was not entirely innocent in the episode, but he certainly didn't deserve to die. The coroner found war died as a result of blunt force trauma. And other injuries suffered during a violent struggle with deputies weren't also had methamphetamine. This system. Blount is due to appear in court on Thursday. I'm Alex Emslie. Edie News. California's Department of Education, announced new recommendations for ethnic studies curriculum this morning. State Superintendent Tony Thurman says the recommendations Armento lend guidance to school districts on how to build their own inclusive ethnic studies program. These recommendations are designed to help students and educators facilitate balanced and equitable discussions involving multiple narratives and voices without overemphasizing that one idea comes at the expense of another. This comes after the governor vetoed a bill that would have made ethnic studies course mandatory for high school graduation. State Board of Education has until March 31st of next year to approve the recommendations in.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KGO 810

"Travel. We've studio on Broadway and Burlingame is closing. Save up to 60% of high End quality Tribal new modern and antique rugs open seven days a week. You can call 650235 97 77. Tribal We've studio in Burlingame. Ah, Former Cinema County Sheriff's deputy who reportedly slammed a suspect's head into a car door frame last year and then put that suspect in a neck hold has been arrested on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter. Charles Blount turned himself in this week and was released on bond. The arrest involves the death of 52 year old David Ward last November near Bloomfield. Authorities chased Ward in a reported stolen car, not knowing that he was the victim and had retrieved the vehicle during a struggle. Ward stopped breeding breathing and died at a hospital. Blount resigned in February before he could be fired. When restaurants started doing take out only because of the pandemic. Alcohol rules were loosened. Now we're seeing the result of that. The California Department of Alcohol and Beverage Control has issued nearly 215 citations to delivery drivers for failing to check I d when delivering boozy drinks, ABC seven detailing the bind that Sandra fell restaurant Shiro Kuma Sushi is in The owner feels unfairly targeted after a Grubhub driver delivered an order with beverages containing alcohol and then got caught up in a sting involving an undercover decoy. The restaurant is now on a year long probation and has decided to take booze off the delivery menu. After nearly eight months hears a sound you and your kids will be able to hear again. Hi welcome The happy Hollow. Happy Hollow Park and zoo in San Jose, preparing to reopen for the first time in nearly eight months because of the pandemic members will be allowed to make online reservations for members only days beginning on Tuesday, Park spokeswoman Charlotte Graham says there will be discounted admission and protocols to prevent the spread of covert 19, in addition to timed entry and capacity limits. All of our guests and our staff are going to be wearing masks or face coverings and participate in a quick health screening upon entry. So this includes a temperature check using an infrared thermometer and answering just a few simple, yes or no health questions, And this is standard protocol for all city owned and operated facilities. Visitors will get to meet the park's newest resident of black and white ruffed lemur pup who was born in April of the park's rides, puppet theater. Eating areas and playgrounds are still closed for now. This report, sponsored by Lowe's. Lowe's has everything you need to celebrate home and go all out on decorating this year like G pre.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Tanya. Mostly, I'm Peter O'Dowd. It's hearing coming up. The presidential race is still too close to call. But Joe Biden has taken the lead in the key states of Pennsylvania and Georgia. Also, millions of Americans are still unemployed during this pandemic. I'll check in with two families who are watching what happens with the election closely and worry about the weeks ahead. One of the challenges is going to be here comes Christmas. My six year old has already started declaring that Santa will be coming on an e R nurse in Arizona waging a new war against the surging Corona. You must be tired. I'm exhausted. Coming up here and now the news is first. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying President Trump and former vice president Biden are still in a dead heat. In a handful of states where votes are still being processed this hour. The Republican is still ahead in North Carolina. 50.1% of Biden's 48.7 million ballots postmarked Election Day have until November 12 to get to election officials in that state. The Democrat currently leads in the rest of the battle grounds in Nevada. The AP has Biden at 49.7%. Trump at 48.1. Most mail ballots remain outstanding in Clark County, home to the Democratic stronghold of Las Vegas. Buns lead in Arizona has narrowed as tallies are updated in Maricopa County, where Phoenix is traditionally Republican in Georgia. The margin of Biden's lead over Trump is so small officials they're getting ready for a recount. Then there's 20 electoral votes at stake in Pennsylvania. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. Biden's lead in that state is growing as the vote count is tallied in two of the state's largest democratic strongholds. Biden is in a stronger position to win the presidency as results continue to trickle in from the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia regions based on the states. The Associated Press is called Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes would push Biden beyond to 70. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is urging the city to remain patient. As all the ballots are counted this week, the eyes of the nation in the world were here in Philadelphia. I'm proud to say the Philadelphia showed up. They mailed imbalance amidst an unprecedented conditions. In a statement, the Trump campaign without evidence, claimed numerous irregularities and accused Pennsylvania election officials of a lack of transparency at the polls. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS PHILADELPHIA Today. President Trump said his campaign would pursue all legal avenues to ensure quote full transparency into vote counting and election certification. The historic election aside, Congress has yet to reach a deal that gets financial relief to millions of Americans suffering under a rapidly growing Corona virus pandemic. Here's House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The imperative to air could not be greater over 9.5 million nine million people infected nearly a quarter million deaths in tens of millions on unemployment. Again. I'm calling on the administration to come back to the table. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is still holding out for a bill with a far smaller price tag. Then what the Democrats have been demanding. I do think we need another one. But I think it reinforces the argument that I've been making the last few months. That's something smaller rather than throwing Another $3 trillion. This issue is more appropriate. You're listening to NPR News Live from VD News on Brian Watt, a former Sonoma County sheriff's deputy has been arrested in connection to an incident nearly a year ago in which a man died in police custody, Alex Hemsley reports Former deputy Charles Blount was booked Monday on suspicion of felony involuntary manslaughter and assault by a public officer. A misdemeanor. Blount was captured on body camera video last November, slamming the head of a disabled man David Ward into a car door frame after a high speed pursuit. Coroner found war died as a result of blunt force trauma. Other injuries suffered during a violent struggle with deputies. Blount's arrest marks a significant step in what's been a slow investigation. Almost a year since Ward's death. It's also reportedly the first time a Snowman County law enforcement officer has ever been arrested for an on duty killing. Blount is due to appear in court next Thursday. I'm Alex Emslie News. The race to be the new supervisor for San Francisco's Richmond district is still too close to call. The latest count shows margin Phil Hower. Leading by a slim margin is Julie Chang reports. As of Thursday afternoon, Phil Hower is leading in the race for San Francisco's District one but only by 87 votes after ranked choice voting. Politically moderate candidate and former senior adviser to mayor London Breed is closely trailed by Connie Chan Chan is a progressive Democrat and former aide to supervisor Aaron Peskin. Well. How refused to claim victory Wednesday, saying all votes must be counted. The city's Department of Election says it still has tens of thousands of ballots that need to be processed. City officials plan.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There's an added danger. New Delhi's chief minister says smog is exacerbating the corona virus situation. The Indian capital is experiencing its worst wave of infections as Hindu festivals get underway. Several states have banned firecrackers during next week's duvally Holiday. Delhi's air quality is some of the worst in the world this week. It's been 14 times, with the World Health Organization consider safe. NPR's Lauren Frayer reporting On Wall Street. The Dow was down 75 points a 28,315. This is NPR News Live from news on Brian what a federal judge is ordering California prison officials to submit bi weekly reports on win their staff members do not comply with covert 19 safety rules. This comes after the state's prisons office of the inspector general found that prison staff frequently do not wear personal protective equipment. And do not abide by social distancing policies. The judge says he wants to know how many corrections employees were violating the rules and how they're being disciplined. More than 16,000. People incarcerated in California's prisons have tested positive for covert 19. The state says 81 of them have died due to complications from the virus. A former Sonoma County sheriff's deputy has been arrested in connection to an incident nearly a year ago in which a man died in police custody is Alex. Hemsley reports Former deputy Charles Blount was booked Monday on suspicion of felony involuntary manslaughter and assault by a public officer. A misdemeanor. Blount was captured on body camera video last November, slamming the head of a disabled man David Ward into a car door frame after a high speed pursuit. Coroner found war died as a result of blunt force trauma. Other injuries suffered during the violent struggle with deputies. Blount's arrest marks a significant step in what's been a slow investigation. Almost a year since words death. It's also reportedly the first time a Snowman County law enforcement officer has ever been arrested for.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That there there about was canceled. Tio not having a secret Santa, naked ballots are being found across the Commonwealth. The state total of discounted ballots isn't known yet. For NPR News. I'm Tyler Pratt in Allentown. President Trump last night repeated his claims that voting in the US election was corrupt and that Democrats are trying to steal a victory away from him. This is not true, and the president provided no evidence. NPR's Pam Fessler reports that Trump's campaign has filed multiple lawsuits challenging the ballot counts. The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits in several key states alleging that invalid votes are being counted and that Republican observers have not been given adequate access to monitor the counting. One of the latest lawsuits in Nevada claims that thousands of ballots were cast by individuals who no longer live in the state. Courts have dismissed some of the cases as groundless, but others are still pending. It's unclear if any will affect the outcome of the vote is election workers continue to count ballots? Some are still arriving from overseas and military voters. Pam Fessler. NPR NEWS You're listening to NPR News Live from Cape News on Brian What Brentwood Police say no charges will be brought against a resident who hung a mannequin from a noose outside their upstairs window. The display included a sign reading Sleepy Joe Cheater. In the background, where American flags and light spelling out Trump. Lacey Brown, a resident and activist, says she was shocked and went live on Facebook with the scene. I hope that as a community, we can make a statement and making sure that nobody feels Jason emboldened to display hateful messages like this, police said. The person who hung the mannequin agreed to remove it, they say. Local prosecutor said the act was not criminal. That offensive expression is covered by the First Amendment. A former Sonoma County sheriff's deputy has been arrested in connection to an incident nearly a year ago in which a man died in police custody, Alex Hemsley reports Former deputy Charles Blount was booked Monday on suspicion of felony involuntary manslaughter and assault by a public officer. A misdemeanor. Blount was captured on body camera video last November, slamming the head of a disabled man David Ward into a car door frame after a high speed pursuit. Coroner found war died as a result of blunt force trauma. Other injuries suffered during a violent struggle with deputies. Blount's arrest marks a significant step in what's been a slow investigation. Almost a year since Ward's death. It's also reportedly the first time a Snowman County law enforcement officer has ever been arrested for an.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is continuing coverage of the 2020 election from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm no well King Good evening with a few key states left to be decided this election is at a standstill. Joe Biden spoke today. He urged Americans to trust the process. I asked everyone to stay Come all people to stay calm processes working. The count is being completed President. We'll know very soon. Meanwhile, President Trump again sought to cast doubt on the ongoing vote count, without citing evidence for his claims. They think there'll be a lot of litigation because we can't have an election stolen like this will explain the latest legal challenges and outline the remaining path to the White House, plus how our social media companies dealing with false claims about the election news is first. Live from NPR News. I'm Jack's fear. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden gave another brief statement about the status of the election. NPR's Asma Khalid reports. Biden continues to project confidence he spoke for less than two minutes. It was a brief statement to reiterate that he has no doubt when the count is finished that he and Senator Kamala Harris will win. He urged people to remain patient and call. Each ballot must be counted and that's what we're going to see going through now, and that's how it should be. Democracies sometimes missing. It sometimes requires a little patience as well. The process, Biden said, is playing out as it should. His campaign manager says that she's optimistic about their odds in at least four key states that are still counting ballots. Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada and Arizona. Asma Khalid. NPR NEWS 1000 Donald Trump, speaking tonight for the first time since the election, repeated his claims he is the winner of the presidential race. Trump also again making unsubstantiated allegations about the integrity of the race and seeking to undermine confidence election process. This tremendous litigation going on, And this is a case where they're trying to steal an election trying to rig an election. And we can't let that happen. Detroit and Philadelphia known as two of the most corrupt political places anywhere in our country. Easily cannot be responsible for engineering. The outcome of a presidential race president is trying to claim that absentee ballots and mail in ballots or somehow not legitimate, something that has no basis in fact. In Pennsylvania, which has enough electoral votes to put Joe Biden over the top in the race. Trump still leads but that lead is narrowing. Other states where votes are still being counted include Georgia, North Carolina and Nevada. Facebook has removed a large pro trump group that had spread false claims about voter fraud and con for protests. NPR's Shannon Bond reports. The president is allies of use social media to falsely accuse Democrats of stealing the election. The group was created on Wednesday. By the time Facebook took it down on Thursday it had gained more than 360,000 followers. Facebook says it removed the group for delegitimizing the election and because some members called for violence. The group was created by a former tea party activists. Many post included debunked claims of voter fraud members also discussed organizing protests that vote counting centers in battleground states, and some talked about arming themselves for confrontations. Experts warn that the prolonged period of uncertainty about the election results is fanning the flames of online disinformation and raising the risk of physical violence. Facebook is among NPR's financial supporters. Shannon Bond, NPR News Stocks Continue to gain ground Days after the election, the Dow up 542 points the NASDAQ was 300 points stay. The S and P 500 climbs 67 points. You're listening to NPR. Live from the news. I'm terrorist. Siler. Ah, former Sonoma County Sheriff's deputy has been arrested in connection to an incident nearly a year ago in which a suspect died in police custody is Alex Anjali. Reports former deputy Charles Blount was booked Monday on suspicion of felony involuntary manslaughter and assault by a public officer. A misdemeanor. Blount was captured on body camera video last November, slamming the head of a disabled man David Ward into a car door frame after a high speed pursuit. Coroner found war died as a result of blunt force trauma. Other injuries suffered during the violent struggle with deputies. Blount's arrest marks a significant step in what's been a slow investigation. Almost a year since Ward's death. It's also reportedly the first time a Snowman County law enforcement officer has ever been arrested for an on duty killing. Blount is due to appear in court next Thursday. I'm Alex Emslie News. Brentwood. Police say no charges will be brought against a resident who hung a mannequin from a news outside their upstairs window. With a sign reading Sleepy Joe Cheater in the background, where American flags and lights spelling out Trump Lacey Brown says she was shocked. I hope that as a community, we can make a statement in making sure that nobody feels Safe and emboldened to display hateful messages like this, and I hope that we can really With that outrage at this particular incident. I hope that that really sends that message to Brentwood. Police say they spoke with the resident who agreed to remove the mannequin. The department also consulted with the Contra Costa County, D. A s office, which said the act was not criminal. Adding that offensive expression is covered by the First Amendment. In Oakland. I'm Terra Siler. News support comes from Silicon.

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Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, retired deputy sued over death of Bloomfield man

Morning Edition

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, retired deputy sued over death of Bloomfield man

"Cinema county deputies killed David ward when they choked him slammed his head into a car door and taste him during the struggle late last year according to the coroner but the lawsuit filed by warts mother alleges this wasn't an isolated act of violence on the part of former deputy Charles Blount it was part of a pattern in twenty fifteen Blount used in that cold on a woman he was trying to arrest for Jay walking and then lied about it in court just last year the suit alleges plant supervisor recommended him for retraining and how to properly perform and that cold instead according to the filing the sheriff discipline the supervisor Blount retired earlier this year and a criminal investigation into the incident is

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And a half million Californians filed claims for unemployment benefits an incredible number and an incredible challenge for the state more from KQED's Brian what the state's employment development department or E. D. D. has been re directing and training more staff to get out unemployment checks worth twelve point three billion dollars and rising the easy these call centre in computer systems are proving not quite up to the task according to a number of frustrated filers but this is the first time in living memory the agency has faced an economic tsunami of this size back in the late two thousands at the height of the Great Recession the EDT process just seven hundred thousand claims in two months the process more than half of that last week I'm Brian what KQED news and a warning that this next story has some difficult sound here according to new findings by the Marin county coroner cinema county deputies killed a Petaluma man when they choked him slammed his head into a car door and used a taser stun gun on him during a struggle late last year key to the secure Lewis reports David ward died after leading deputies who wrongly thought he was driving a stolen vehicle on a car chase deputy Charles Blount tried to get ward out of the car then grabbed him around the throat and smashed his head against the car door well another deputy's it the corner found the actions of these deputies because towards death but the mental illness and Matthews were also factors cinema civil rights attorney Isaac Swiger says it's taking far too long for ward's family to get answers David's life had value it has value and he was loved by his family and he loved them in return and that's all gone now and it's not something that should be ignored it's not something that should be minimized a spokesman for the Santa Rosa police department which is looking into the incident says the criminal investigation has been on hold due to code nineteen the cinema county district attorney is waiting on those reports the sheriff didn't immediately comment on the coroner's findings but he moved to fire Blount in December lance attorney says the use of force was justified I'm sick you Louis.

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"Confirmed cases of corona virus in Santa Clara county the county of Santa Clara public health department confirms two new cases the eighth case is an adult male with a confirmed case in another county he is under home isolation however the nine cases an adult male cont anyway previously confirmed case out of Santa Clara county he's also under home isolation and increasing cases is not expected Amy Klobuchar's you heard his latest presidential candidate to enter twenty twenty run will have special reports throughout the day a cinema county sheriff's deputy who was told he would be fired retired earlier this month as we hear from Keiji is Terry rouse camera video shows sheriff's deputies including sixty year old deputy Charles Blount and police officers surrounded the car a fifty two year old David war following a high speed chase last year in the video below can be seen trying to pull war for the car by his left arm but soon cried out the war did him he then smashed was headed to the side of the car before wrapping his arm around what's next what was handcuffed placed face down on the ground where he later died it's not clear if Blount will face any charges an investigation of the incident is ongoing we will update your drive in just a moment with KGO Clark read he's got a look at the bay bridge in just a second all pork has the world's largest network of independent professionals like designers developers data scientists you name it when you need in demand talent on demand up work is how sponsored by brothers home improvement nine brothers and sisters always striving for complete customer satisfaction here's KGO Clark read from the chill not about a traffic desk traffic alert on the bay bridge eastbound at the island lower deck crashes sideways of the off ramp the two left lanes before the town were closed and we have a stall now in totaling fifteen heading for the toll plaza the bay bridge Caltrans handling that bill Peters a traffic alert south eighty before two thirty seven a box truck and flatbed mix it up in the two right lanes three left lanes are open and now sweepers are cleaning up the debris in those right lanes it is slammed from Mallory San Leandro stalled big rig still the middle lane of north eighty before Davis street a champ for marina at a stall in south city north bound wanna one before oyster point a panel truck there in the right hand lane wind advisory still affect metering lights on backed up to the maze at the bay bridge are you tired of cold weather driving your energy concept called brothers home improvement.

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02:31 min | 1 year ago

"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi showed Jeez grisly killing at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last year sparked international condemnation killing drew suspicion about the involvement of the Saudi royal family and crown prince Mohammed bin some on Stephanie Stefan is your does your acres a spokesperson for the U. N. security general secretary general he says there's concern about investigations and how they've been conducted the secretary general continues to stress the need for an independent and impartial investigation into the murder to ensure full examination of any can accountability for human rights violations committed in the case Saudi Arabia stayed on television says three others have been given prison sentences so G. is believed to have been dismembered after being killed inside the consulate so new homes were up one point three percent in November the increase in sales later signed low mortgage interest rates are helping to bully the housing market somewhat heading into the new year on Wall Street today the Dow gained ninety six points the nasdaq was up twenty points you're listening to NPR live from KQED news I'm Jeremy Siegel the lawyer representing a sin no my county sheriff's deputy who's being fired over his conduct during a fatal incident with the suspect last month says the man who died because his own death late last week the county sheriff released video showing deputy Charles Blount violently smashing a man's head against the door frame of his vehicle at the time fifty two year old David Glen ward was suspected of stealing a car that we was in fact the victim of a carjacking ward died shortly after the incident at a local hospital the cause of his death is still under investigation plants lawyers say the deputies actions were reasonable in that war took a series of bizarre actions because deputies to believe he was an armed carjacker San Jose congresswoman's though Lofgren's says despite the partisanship on display during the house Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings she thinks the panel's members will still be able to work together on future legislation is often speaking I'll take you these form today I was frankly astonished that my colleagues many of whom I work with on other matters and some of whom I consider friends simply would not look at the evidence they repeatedly referred to matters of wearing correct they were a long lost friend points out that despite the conflicts between Democrats and Republicans during the impeachment proceedings the house still passed a bill that would give undocumented farm.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nine point three north highland Sacramento it's seven o'clock from W. H. Y. Y. in Philadelphia this is fresh AIR I'm Dave Davies in for Terry gross today new insights into the nineteen seventy five disappearance of mob connected teamsters leader Jimmy Hoffa portrayed by Al Pacino in the new film the Irishman we talk with Jack goldsmith who stepfather chuckle Brian spent decades of Hafiz sign willing to do anything for his boss like intimidate nosy journalists he purchased a head of a cadaver put it in a box wrapped up the box and sent to Morton Hayden who is the editor of the Detroit news when Hoffa disappeared authorities fingered o'brien as a suspect in the new film depicts him driving Hoffa two is murder goldsmith a Harvard law professor poured over records talks to FBI agents on the case and reached some surprising conclusions about what really happened also film critic Justin Chang reviews little women first news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jax beer of house speaker Nancy Pelosi has yet to send the articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump to the Senate and be ours winter Johnson reports the delay comes two days after the democratic controlled house buddy to impeach Tromp on abuse of power obstruction of Congress related to his dealings with Ukraine congressional leaders are at an impasse over how a trial in the Senate would play out Democrats are calling for top trump administration officials to testify including former national security adviser John Bolton and acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is rejecting those calls for witnesses saying they diverge from precedent set by previous impeachment proceedings house speaker Nancy Pelosi has refused so far to send the two articles of impeachment to the Senate until then the process remains at a standstill Congress is on a holiday break and we'll reconvene on January seventh wins our Johnston NPR news at a ceremony at joint base Andrews president trump today signed the national defense authorization act for fiscal year twenty twenty in signing the measure trump sets aside money for his proposed space force the measure would also provide a steady stream of funding for a barrier along the U. S. southern border and reverse on popular automatic spending cuts in defense and domestic programs the defense authorization act as part of a one point four trillion dollars government spending package that includes the Pentagon's budget president trump has changed his mind about taxing steel and aluminum imports from Brazil NPR Scott Horsley reports trump shore Brazil's president he will not follow through and a tear thread you should earlier this month Brazil is a major supplier of imported steel to the United States so financial markets were rattled on December second when president trump abruptly tweeted he was re imposing a twenty five percent tariff on Brazilian steel as well as a ten percent tariff on Brazilian aluminum it appeared to be a new front in the president's trade war directed at a friendly government but trump is now told Brazilian president terrible scenario his country will not be subject to metal terrace their conversation was first reported by Reuters and confirm by NPR trump also ordered renew terrace this month on steel and aluminum from Argentina it's not clear whether the presence backtracking on that threat as well Scott Horsley NPR news Washington online giant Amazon says it will boost prices it charges merchants for warehousing and for shipping their goods in the U. S. by an average of three percent beginning next year the company announcing the price hikes as it faces higher cost both our infrastructure and for programs like one day delivery Amazon currently handles delivery for the bulk of its U. S. orders to its in house logistics arm is expected to spend nearly one point five billion dollars this holiday season alone as it seeks to have delivery times stocks gained ground at week's end the Dow up seventy eight points today you're listening to NPR from KQED news I'm right calorie at Dylan cinema county sheriff mark Essick has fired a deputy over what he calls an extremely troubling use of force incidents that led to a man's death it happened after a car chase last month in body camera footage released today deputy Charles Blount can be seen slamming a man's head into a car door frame as he tried to pull him out of the car another deputy used a taser on fifty two year old David Glen ward Blount put ward in the neck hold then he stopped breathing and died sheriff's deputies in Sebastopol police had pursued ward thinking he had stolen the car ward was in fact the car's owner the cause of death is still under investigation the topics of housing and homelessness were largely missing and last night's democratic debate in Los Angeles a place with so many people who are on house to kick you dis Erica accu our reports nearly a quarter of the nation's homeless population lives in California many right here in the bay area and three million Californians spend more than a third of their income on rent yet none of the candidates were asked about this governor Gavin Newsom called it disappointing and made a pitch to president trump and the candidates for more funding for housing vouchers during an interview with an alley TV station after the debate we need those vouchers to be worth more to pay for the extraordinarily high cost of living in California the governor's request was denied in September the trump administration said the state over regulated housing market along with mismanaged resources are the problem Amir Khan killer KQED news there's more state.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"As soon as possible because the demonization of the poor happens in many different ways to do it is with it is the reversal of civil rights gains it is the attack on our communities in every single way the new policy is set to take effect on April first house Democrats have introduced legislation to block it a new report says Amazon chevron Halliburton and IBM or mon ninety one corporate giants that paid no federal taxes at all on their twenty eighteen U. S. income another fifty six companies paid effective tax rates between zero and five percent their average effective tax rate was two percent Susan potter reports last year the federal government's took and seventy nine billion fewer corporate tax dollars than it would have before the twenty seventeen trump tax reforms took effect according to a new report researchers with the nonprofit institute on taxation and economic policy evaluated the profits of two hundred seventy nine fortune five hundred companies and found that even though the law lowered the tax rate from thirty five to twenty one percent corporations paid on average just eleven point three percent report co author Matthew Gardner says that's because the tax bill failed to eliminate huge loopholes big news because part of the point of cutting corporate tax rate so was supposed to be that we could broaden the base make it so that the legal tax rate is what companies actually end up paying that doesn't seem to be happening instead the report found ninety one corporations that pay no federal taxes including California based chevron plus Amazon Halliburton and IBM the trump administration insisted the change would bring millions and I'm sure profits back to the U. S. and spur more job creation but the report found instead companies for the most part chose to execute large stock buybacks which benefit shareholders not employees and Gardner says it's all perfectly legal corporations are simply taking advantage of the tax breaks that they lobbied Congress to get so it would take a real change of heart among elected officials could turn around and and fix this problem but you know the glass half full argument is that they broke it they can fix it the authors suggested that Congress repeal full expensing of capital investments and limit the ability of tech and other companies to use executive stock options to reduce their taxes by generating costs that far exceed what companies actually in Kerr for public news service I'm Suzanne potter police say they've charged a des Moines Iowa woman with attempted murder after she told officers she intentionally ran over a fourteen year old girl because she believe the teen was Mexican that Thalia Maranda suffered a concussion and severe bruising in the attack Clive police chief Mike venomous said the forty two year old white woman Nicole Franklin admitted to steering her S. U. V. onto a sidewalk on December ninth in that suburban des Moines community and intentionally running over the teenager during the interview prank plan not only admitted to being the driver of the car that struck this girl but also that she had done so intentionally Franklin told investigators that she ran the girl over because she was in her words a Mexican I want to say in the strongest terms possible that there is no place in our community or any other for that matter for this type of hatred or violence Franklin was already in jail on a separate assault charge when police interviewed her about the hit and run on the middle school students in the assault case which also occurred on December ninth he's accused of making racist remarks to a convenience store clerk and customers and throwing items at the clerk a judge has upheld an arbitrator's decision that the white Cleveland police officer who shot and killed Tamir rice a twelve year old black child should be fired for emissions on his job application Cuyahoga county judge Joseph Russo issued the ruling concerning Timothy Loehmann who killed Tamir as he played with a pellet gun outside a Cleveland recreation center in November of twenty fourteen Loman who was a rookie on the for sure shot to me within seconds of a cruiser skidding to a stop just a few feet away Lohman was cleared of wrongdoing in the shooting but was fired in may twenty seventeen for failing to disclose that he'd been previously forced out by another department Logan was offered a part time position with the police department in southeast Ohio village of Bel Air in October twenty eighteen but withdrew his application days later after to mers mother and others criticized the hiring Washington state has sued the trump administration over its practice of arresting people at court houses for immigration violations the state's Attorney General said the arrests interfere with Washington's authority to run its judicial system Eric tech a top reports Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson is suing the federal government over its policy of immigration arrest near courthouses he says the policy violates states' rights to operate their own justice system under the tenth amendment and impedes an individual's right to access the courts president of the Washington state association for justice John Allison agrees saying courthouses are sanctuaries for justice he says in certain circumstances witnesses may be afraid to come forward and offer testimony because of the threat of detainment we know there are examples of domestic violence victims who are afraid to come forward because they might be nap in one of these rates and because of that the criminal elements who caused the harm are continuing to go free federal officials say sanctuary policies like those in Washington state have made it harder to detain violent criminals which is why they have resorted to court house arrests both Alison and AG Ferguson acknowledged that some of the people arrested were charged with serious crimes but Alison knows that even judges and law enforcement officials believe this practice has negative consequences for the justice system we have elected prosecutors people who are sworn to uphold the law and to prosecute criminals who are stepping forward and green with the idea that this is the wrong approach and when you have that together with judges and the Chief Justice coming forward we want the federal government to listen and revisit what they're doing according to the attorney general's office hundreds of arrests have occurred outside Washington state courthouses since two thousand seventeen for public news service America take it off cinema county sheriff mark Essex said he's firing a deputy who used to choke hold on a man who later died while officers were invest getting a suspected car jacking Essex said he found footage of the deputies actions extremely troubling the video released by the department includes the body camera footage of the violent encounter between deputy Charles Blount and David Glen ward who had reported his car stolen ward died the morning of November twenty seventh after two sheriff's deputies into Sebastopol police officers mistook him for the stolen car suspect ward had reported his green Honda civic stolen three days earlier by a man who said he'd pistol whipped him but he had recovered the car and was driving it when officers tried to pull him over and he refused to stop as six said in an interview that the sheriff's deputy violated several department policies words have sister said her brother used drugs and had health issues that began twenty years ago when a drunk driver hit him while he was riding a motorcycle he had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and a heart condition the half sister said ward had to carry an oxygen tank and use a Walker or a wheel chair one of northern California's largest health system will pay five hundred and seventy five million dollars to settle claims that it used anti competitive anti competitive practices to bump up costs for patients California Attorney General hover your but Serra had sought an injunction to stop the alleged anti trust practices by Sutter health but no monetary damages the settlement imposes a new court approved monitor on the health system for ten years to ensure it is not using anti competitive practices with insurance companies to increase patients costs hold it one of the largest actions against anti competitive conduct in the health care market place across the country it is larger than recent similar settlements with other providers in North Carolina and Washington state the Sacramento based non profit did not admit wrongdoing and denied the allegations arguing that there's plenty of competition and that insurance companies were the ones boasting costs this is the Pacific evening news on KPFA Berkeley KPFK Los Angeles KFC of fresh snow with Glenn reader I'm Eileen elf in Derry hi everyone this is Brian Edwards ticker and I'm can't Brooks weekday mornings we host up front two hours of conversation about what's in the news and what should be politics technology presents police what's happening in city hall and at the state house in Washington an industry that starting at seven AM right after democracy now on up front the.

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"If you want to get in questions I'm telling you our gas is the leading expert in the country on the proceedings in the Senate trials and impeachment and I'm looking forward to it I intend or a lot you know I was thinking about this the other day if in fact washer does aggressively trying to hack the selection my I'll send it occurred to me that should trump loose we'll be able to see the actual attack and then take that in court no I don't think so I hope not I don't think it's my god is it if you can prove attacked again how can you prove that it was not hacked against him and set up for him my answer is we'll find a whole find and you know we'll be here Nikki neck chip yes and yours truly John rough what I hear on king we're all a bit of time Nikki and I but they'll be some great people coming on and and and place in general is going to be here I don't mind the fact that you're on your making the Douro well are you ever going to did she so well loved you know anyway I'm still working out here follow me on Twitter at your Franklin it became a door she got the news and she's gone I'm going merry Christmas we love you guys and happy holiday happy Hanukkah and and and climbed and and but for all my sleeve in in may tomorrow is the longest day of the year yeah that and more when I was with my then and then my sister okay that's a good idea KGO San Francisco a cumulus stations it's easy to listen when you're at home just tell Alexa or Google to play KGO a cinema county sheriff's deputy is being fired for using a choke hold on a man who later died the deputy was seen on body image Amara footage smashing fifty two year old and David Glenn wards head against the side of a car and putting him in a chokehold ward was driving his own vehicle he had previously reported it stolen and did not tell police when he recovered it sheriff mark Essex says the deputy Charles Blount actions violated numerous department policies California's reached a settlement with.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Take a look at how media narratives of help shape which candidates made it this far and who's had to call it quits also on the show nearly ten percent of people in Mississippi have been stripped of their right to vote having these draconian disenfranchisement ones that are rooted in civil war Mississippi the scheme violate the equal protection clause date disqualify bark orders at a rate of two to one in Mississippi new federal lawsuit looks to challenge the state's practice of permanently disenfranchise ing felons bus resident trump is tightening access to food stamps and seven hundred thousand people are set to lose benefits you have thoughts on it I wonder sometimes if the system is being abused eight seven seven eight my take is the number we will be right back after these headlines live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying the U. S. house is taking another historic step toward formally impeaching president Donald Trump after weeks of public hearings next week intelligence committee will present its findings to the judiciary panel the president trump abuse of power of his office in soliciting foreign government to investigate a political rival there by interfering in the U. S. selection process the democratic majority is driving the house proceedings and here is what you get is Celis reports the hearing next week follows house speaker Nancy Pelosi's direction to investigating committees to draw up the articles the house intelligence committees chairman will present the Democrats findings while the ranking chair will present Republicans arguments against impeachment house Judiciary democratic keen Jeffrey said he's expecting a very demanding schedule in the coming weeks where in the drafting phase now as it relates to potential articles of impeachment Jeffrey said although the speaker did not lay out a time like he expects members will be moving expeditiously many Democrats are hoping to wrap up the in Korea vote on articles by the end of the year cloudy Seles NPR news the capitol speaker Pelosi rarely loses her temper in public to a member of the press for today she laid into a reporter who asked after the impeachment announcement if she hated the president she shot back don't mess with me when it comes to words like that hello see reference your Catholic faith repeatedly saying she prays for the president congressional Republicans are steadfast in their support of the president the ranking Republican on the house Judiciary Committee Doug Collins was resolute in this exchange with NPR's Mary Louise Kelley do you believe the president did anything wrong no I do not you have no issue with the way he's conducted himself in regards to Ukraine no I do not the full interview will air today on NPR's All Things Considered on Twitter president trump predicts he will be cleared in a trial in the US Senate where the Republicans are in control the justice department has indicted two Russian men on computer hacking and bank fraud charges and peers Ryan Lucas reports US officials say the pair are some of the most prolific cyber criminals in the world the two Russians at Max senior that's in Igor Koresh off this conspiracy bank and wire fraud and hacking charges justice department officials allege the two men let a hacking operation that infected computers in more than forty countries install tens of millions of dollars the indictment says the pair use malicious software to steal passwords and other information from victims and then made wire transfers from victim accounts to foreign bank accounts under the Russians control a luggage business in New Mexico a Derry in Ohio and a community of Franciscan sisters in Chicago were among the schemes alleged victims the US government is offering a five million dollar reward for information leading to yep it's arrest officials say that both he and tertia are currently in Russia Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian what the trump administration plans to scale back food stamp benefits for hundreds of thousands of people including nearly two hundred thousand Californians a new rule this to take effect in April will tighten requirements for people between the ages of eighteen and forty nine without dependence it will become more difficult for states to wave a requirement that this group work at least twenty hours a week or lose benefits in California it's noticed how fresh the administration says the change is intended to give people a helping hand but not an indefinite one advocates for low income people say cutting benefits will hurt them a cinema county sheriff's deputy who police say performed a carotid hold on a Petaluma man shortly before he died used a similar neck hold on a woman in twenty fifteen and then lied about it according to court records he DVD suki Lewis reports David Glen ward died after a car chase and struggle with police on November twenty seventh officers from Sevastopol in cinema county deputies incorrectly suspected that ward was driving a stolen vehicle Santa Rosa police are still investigating the incident records show that deputy Charles Blount who performs the hold on ward used and neck restraint on a woman he was trying to arrest for Jay walking in twenty fifteen in court Blount denied wrapping his arm around her neck and throwing her to the ground but he was contradicted by a bystander's video the sheriff's office declined to comment on the deputies past actions citing the current investigation I'm soo Gillis KQED news and I'm Brian what thank you for.

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"charles blount" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And I heard reporting he was naval officials are investigating a deadly shooting at Pearl Harbor naval shipyard on Wednesday as to why the public radio as bill Dorman reports the shooter took his own life navy officials say the shooter was a sailor aboard the USS Columbia a Los Angeles class attack submarine shots rang out at about two thirty in the afternoon and a dry dock facility of the Pearl Harbor ship yard a maintenance area for nuclear submarines three civilian dock workers were hit by gunfire two were killed in third was wounded before the shooter killed himself joint base Pearl Harbor Hickam was put on lockdown for several hours navy officials say the motive for the shooting remains unclear for NPR news I'm bill Dorman in Honolulu NATO has approved plans to defend the Poland and the Baltic states as NPR sprinkling fit reports president trump left the London summit earlier than planned after respect with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau NATO overcame objections by Turkey to back plans to deter Russia but that unity was marred when trump call Trudeau two faced if the Canadian prime minister was caught poking fun at him on a microphone trouble often criticizes NATO but left to its defense responding to French president Emmanuel Michael's comments that was suffering brain death many welcome trump supportive words including city con mayor of the host city London the USA is crucial to NATO success and so what we want from you know the leader of the free world the leader of the only superpower left is multilateralism we get nervous we Heraeus president talking about America first needle still faces many divisions including over its relationship with Russia and how to address terrorism Frank like that NPR news London Chinese tech giant one way is asking the US court to strike down a rule barring phone carriers from using government subsidies to buy its equipment the FCC says that one way and its rivals E. T. E. R. threat to US national security this is NPR news from KQED news I mean it came a cinema county sheriff's deputies who police say performed a carotid hold on the Petaluma man shortly before he died used the similar necole on a woman in twenty fifteen and then lied about it according to court records he can be he's a suki Lewis reports David Glen ward died after a car chase and struggle with police on November twenty seventh officers from Sevastopol in cinema county deputies incorrectly suspected that ward was driving a stolen vehicle Santa Rosa police are still investigating the incident records show that deputy Charles Blount who performs the hold on ward used and neck restraint on a woman he was trying to arrest for Jay walking in twenty fifteen in court Blount denied wrapping his arm around her neck and throwing her to the ground but he was contradicted by a bystander's video the sheriff's office declined to comment on the deputies past actions citing the current investigation I'm secularist KQ reading news more than fifty auto parts manufacturers have agreed to pay California a total of twenty three million dollars for illegally rigging bids and jacking up prices for consumers state Attorney General have your best Serra says the bid and price fixing affected both domestic and foreign models these conspiracies among dozens of auto parts manufacturers went back decades and involved efforts to suppress and eliminate competition in an industry that is critical to so many of our families one Japanese company involved admits no wrongdoing and says it's a settling.