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03:52 min | 6 months ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Federal charges. Five Maura are also charged in Michigan courts. Richard CAn sue ABC News Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Anything. I'm Joe Michael's. The Sacramento City Council and community organizations are condemning what was a plan to protest outside the city manager's home over the weekend KFBK Sneak A Magus has details. The council sent out a letter Sunday denouncing the plan protests and wanted posters lettered in bloody calligraphy put on social media with pictures of city manager Howard Chan and police chief Daniel Hahn. Chief Han describes what happened Sunday night. Many had shields. There was some equipment that we've seen before. At some of these actions such a strobe lights pointing at the officers that didn't result in any arrests. They did not make it onto anybody's property. Councilman Eric Gara says violent tactics are counterproductive. You were using threats of violence or insinuations of violence. Is not the American way she fallen ads Going to someone's home to protest is unacceptable. Nick and wiggle his news. 93.1 kfbk homeless encampments are now being removed from under the WX Freeway in Sacramento in an effort to keep people safe during the freeway expansion project, Caltrans Angela to Prado's says the homeless were given weeks of notice. We are working together to provide resources and to provide shelters for these individuals who are under us, 50, but the main thing is, we really do have to Make sure that this construction zone is blocked off because we don't want anybody to get hurt. Product says those affected are being directed a local shelters and given a chance to get vaccinated before they're moved. The San Francisco Giants say they're ensuring covert protocols are in place as they get ready to welcome fans back to Oracle Park. Safety measures include the use of electro static sprayers that can disinfect up to 54,000 square feet per hour. Software will also track areas that have been disinfected through a computer generated timestamp, social distancing and masks will be required on Lee 8000 fans will be allowed per game for now. I'm Joe Michael's News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento traffic and a 33 and Bob Williams has we take a look at what's going on a night? Five part of the fixed five project The Pocket Road off ramp, North bound five is closed as well as the Pocket road on ramp at until five a.m. reduced lanes on North found five South Land Park Drive to Broadway and 50 till five A.m.. And the North found 43rd Avenue on ramp is closed until five a.m. over on the 99 site. We're seeing work going on this evening as well as we have the North bound, florid wrote All France closed until five a.m. reduced lanes. South bound 99 between Grant Line Road and Dillard Road Incident wise traffic hazard on North bound 99. The Mac road on rap person trying to push their vehicle out of the roadway at the merging lane. That's kind of a dangerous spot. Hopefully, they've got some help. CHP is not there yet. Animal hasn't Latrobe Road at Ryan Ranch Road just north of a couple of black cows in the roadway, and we're not talking about the delicious candy bar injury crashed on Julia Boulevard in Elkhorn Boulevard. You remember those dead? Sure, Leo Ah, yes, we have. The entry crashed on Julia Boulevard Elkhorn Boulevard. Not a lot of details with CHP is at the scene. Defective Traffic signals North Market Boulevard at North Freeway Boulevard. Anything else? Patrick? No, I'm just delighted by your black cow comment that indeed, but it could've been a big hug, but no blackouts. That's right. Love those two, driving every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap trust traffic center Bob Williams needs 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Clear tonight. Overnight Low of 48 to 52 sunshine to Barb reason warmer to born into nude. I 70 70 81 study and.

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"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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04:13 min | 6 months ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Donald Williams. He testified that his extensive background in mixed martial arts and wrestling elevated his concern when he saw show Van's me on Floyd's neck. Did you think Based on your training experience. It just looked like a blood shock that it script And did you say that to the officer? That's correct. And how did he respond when you said that to him? He looked everywhere. It's only time Look them in small Martin for CBS News, Minneapolis, Your top local story, the sector, City Council and community organizations are condemning what was a planned protest outside the city manager's home over the weekend. K. P. K's Nika McGahee's has details. The council sent out a lot of Sunday, denouncing the planned protests and wanted posters lettered in bloody calligraphy put on social media with pictures of city manager Howard Chan and police chief Daniel Han Chief Han describes what happened Sunday night. Many had shields. There was some equipment that we've seen before. At Some of these actions. Such a strobe lights pointing at the officers in that didn't result in any arrests. They did not make it onto anybody's property. Councilman Eric Gara says violent tactics are counterproductive. You were using threats of violence or insinuations of violence is is not the American way. She fallen ads Going to someone's home to protest is unacceptable. Nick and Meg all his news 93.1 kfbk. More news. Now with KFBK is Joe Michael's Kitty homeless and Cameron's are now being removed from under the W X Freeway in an effort to give you an effort to keep people safe during the freeway expansion project. Caltrans, Angela to Prado's says the homeless were given weeks of notice. We are working together to provide resources and to provide shelters for these individuals who are under us, 50. But he said. The main thing is, we really do have to make sure that this construction zone is blocked off because we don't want anybody to get hurt could be one of our construction workers or a person, so we're blocking that area out of those affected are being given resource is for local shelter locations. And even a chance to get vaccinated before they're moved. A tow truck driver helping the disabled motorist on the side of I five in south Sacramento was killed over the weekend after being hit by a driver alleged to be drunk. Today. The CHP is reminding people that the state move over law applies to tow trucks to personnel on the shoulder. You have you have to either pull to the next lane or son safe, slow down to a reasonable speed that also applies to total drivers. Our stationery with her and alights on CHP officer says the disabled driver and the tow truck driver did everything right in this case. The alleged drunk driver has been arrested and is now facing multiple charges, including vehicular manslaughter. Officer. Young says it could be dangerous to pull over on the side of the freeway. If you ever break down or get a flat tire, he says. It's probably safer to keep driving until you get to an exit, if at all possible. The first group of unaccompanied migrant Children who have been held in overcrowded border patrol facilities are now arriving in San Diego. Jim Forbes has more mayor Todd Gloria says the 500 arriving Saturday night are among the first of what is expected to be close to 1500 migrants who will be living at a federally operated temporary shelter. At the San Diego Convention Center. He says the site will be housing on Lee Girls from 13 to 17 years old. These are Children. This is the right thing to do, and San Diego will always do the right thing. Americans will always do the right thing by this does not just the best of our city, but the best of our country. Mary Gloria says the center will serve as a temporary shelter. Until mid July. I'm Jim Forbes. Students at ST Francis High School in Sacramento are getting high level training and cyber security that could lead to scholars of that that that could lead the college scholarships in one of the world's fastest growing industries gave the case and the Asher has the story. Eight students qualified to compete for $2 million in the national cyber Scholarship competition. It's part of cyber Start America..

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"chief han" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:36 min | 9 months ago

"chief han" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. With three days to go before Christmas, Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York is pleading with citizens in his state to take appropriate precautions as Corona virus cases and deaths rise. Celebrate. Smart. Stop. Shut down. Homo says he's concerned about the availability of hospital care in his state. The hospital capacity. Is a concern. For New York. You see, California is actually now. Has a hospital emergency and is rationing health care. At the same time, Cuomo says he's ordered hospitals across New York state to begin testing for the new U. K viral variant, which has created travel and supply chain chaos for the UK and elsewhere. The British government is looking to mass test truckers backed up at the port of Dover to unlock a coded travel ban imposed by France. NPR's Frank Langfitt has more more than 1500. Truckers are living in their cabs in parking lots and along the side of the highway outside the port. Most of European, many are hoping to make it home for Christmas. They became trapped here after France and more than 50 other countries block travel from the UK. The move came after Britain announced rapidly rising covert cases. But scientists attribute to a new variant of the virus that they think is much more infectious. France in the UK are negotiating over testing regime to reopen traffic from Dover to Calais. 10,000 trucks usually cross the channel there every day this time of year. British supermarkets have warned that a prolonged travel ban could cause shortages of fresh produce during the holiday season. Frank Langfitt, NPR News, London and Oregon Democrat says that email systems used by top Treasury Department officials were targeted in a wide ranging cyber attack on government networks believed to have been launched by Russia. Senator Ron Wyden says he was informed of the breach in a briefing by Treasury and I R s officials, NPR's Greg Marie has more. The hackers broke into Treasury Department computers back in July. But as with other parts of the government, the compromise wasn't uncovered until recent days. The department holds some of the government's most valuable economic data and also oversees the I. R s Democratic Senator Ron Wyden received a briefing from Treasury and the I. R s Afterward, He said the department quote still does not know all the actions taken by hackers or precisely what information was stolen. He did say the Iris told him there was no evidence that taxpayer information had been hacked. Russia is believed to be behind the breach. Greg Marie NPR NEWS Washington American Airlines says it has begun the phased return of furloughed workers after Congress approved $15,000,000,015 billion in peril support for airlines. The Dow off 100. This is NPR news. The Commerce Department reports. The U. S economy expanded in the third quarter of this year. By 33.4%. However, the final quarter's expected to lag due to a resurgence and covert cases. The World Health Organization's European director says the agency will meet to discuss the implications of the new, more infectious strain of coronavirus identified in Britain and ongoing efforts to combat the pandemic. Lisa Schlein reports They're still working out a date for the meeting, The World Health Organization cautions against major alarm over this new variant of coronavirus. Saying it's normal for viruses to mutate as the pandemic evolves. WHL reports initial analysis indicates the very end maybe more contagious and spread more rapidly between people than the old strain. However, it says it's too soon to know whether the variant could affect the efficacy of the vaccines being rolled out. More than 40 countries have suspended flights to and from Britain since the new strain was discovered. WH o European chief Hans Krueger says it's prudent to limit travel to contain spread until more is known for NPR news. I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva with Vice President elect Kamila Harris vacating her U S Senate seat. California Governor Gavin Newsom needed to appoint a successor, and today he has tapped Alex Padilla to fill the remainder of Harris's term. But Dia, currently secretary of state for California and the son of Mexican immigrants, will become the first Latino to represent California in the Senate. I'm Louise Schiavone..

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"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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03:38 min | 10 months ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of Health and Novavax to test a new experimental Corona virus vaccine. The trial is led by Stuart Cohen, chief of the division of Infectious Diseases and director of Hospital Epidemiology and Infection prevention At UC Davis. Health scientists will monitor the number of participants who get infected with the coronavirus among the vaccinated group and the placebo group. Rudy Fernandez News 93.1 kfbk. Three Sacramento police officers were hurt Saturday trying to keep the peace during a political face off at the state Capitol. Now chief Daniel Hahn is calling on the capital city to do better. This is not protesting. These acts are not demonstrating their constitutionally protected rights. This is unwarranted, unjustified criminal behavior. Sacramento. We're better than this. Speaking on the ongoing civil on rest in Sacramento, Han discussed gun violence, adverse impacts of the pandemic on Children and aggressive demonstrations that have further divided the community. Chief Hans is the unnecessary acts of violence must end and a continuation of such behavior will only hurt a city already hit hard by the pandemic. A federal judge in Sacramento is setting a February trial date for a U. S Chinese researcher charged with lying to US officials about her ties to China's military doctor want. Tang has been in custody since her arrest in July, meaning she could be sentenced with time served by the end of the case. Part of a delay is due to prosecutors flying in a Chinese military expert or least trying to That expert is based in Australia, and the pandemic is making the planning of such trip difficult. It's 506 on the KFBK afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Alright Joe Michael's there and meantime, a local university U. C. Davis continues to break barriers in the fight for ineffective covered 19 vaccine. Give the case Brody Fernandez has that story. UC Davis is set to launch a stage three clinical trial with the National Institute of Health and Novavax to test a new experimental Corona virus vaccine. The trial is led by Stuart Cohen, chief of the division of Infectious Diseases and director of Hospital Epidemiology and Infection prevention At UC Davis. Health scientists will monitor the number of participants who get infected with the coronavirus among the vaccinated group and the placebo group. Rudy Fernandez News 93.1 kfbk. And also just yesterday, Retired Air Force Brigadier General Charles Chuck Yeager died at the age of 97. His A wife, Victoria, actually posted that on Twitter. In fact, what she says is it is with profound sorrow. I must tell you that my life love General Chuck Yeager past just before 9 P.m. Eastern time. This was yesterday and incredible life well lived, America's greatest pilot and legacy of strength, adventure and patriotism will be remembered forever. They were up in grass Valley and he was in in. Of course, the big thing People know about him. He's the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound broke the sound barrier, but he was inducted into the Hall of Fame down to California Museum. I did have a chance to meet him and he was as I said earlier. He was cordial, but he did not suffer fools. He was very much to the point. But great man, you could tell he'd had a magnificent life and, yeah, 97 years old. It's 507. Now it KPK coming up at 5 11 will look at our KPK poll question today. And that is about the county supervisors who dropped from their agenda, an item that would have imposed financial finds on businesses who defy covert health orders. So we're taking your calls on that pound to 50 on your smartphone. Say, open mic and give your comment that's ahead. Right now you're taught national stories on kfbk from.

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03:24 min | 10 months ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"ABC News. I'm Jerry are holding her. The U. S. Supreme Court tosses out an 11th hour attempt to overturn one state's election results. In a single, succinct sentence. Justice Alito denied the attempt to block Pennsylvania slate of certified electors and toss out 2.5 million mail in ballots. The case was brought by Republican Congressman Mike Kelly, who alleged the state legislature did not legally pass the law that expanded mail in voting during the pandemic. Lawsuit sought to throw out all mail in ballots, which heavily favored Joe Biden. The same bid had suffered a resounding loss in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, in part because Kelly only raised objections when the president lost the state. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK The White House called it a covert 19 vaccine summit just days before the FDA is expected to approve the first one for use in the U. S President Trump touting the speed at which the vaccines were produced. Because of a lot of the people in this room. The job you've done on the vaccine, together with a lot of others, has been a modern day miracle. President elect Biden, pledging to distribute millions of doses in his first three months in office team will help get the latest at the last 100 Million Covert 19 vaccine at least 100 million covert vaccine shots into the arms of the American people in the 1st 100 days, 100 million shots in the 1st 100 days divide and also calling for Americans to mask up and promised to reopen schools as quickly as safely possible. In North Carolina, a modified stay at home order will shut down all non essential businesses overnight. And in Wyoming, there's now a statewide mask mandate. The Army's released the results of a months long independent study into the command, culture and climate at Fort Hood. It was prompted by the murder of specialists. Vanessa Again, I said This was the last piece of the puzzle that we needed to Accomplish. That's the family's attorney, Nathalie Quale. Um, you're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. John Byrne Iz a 302 with your top local stories. After three officers were hurt on Saturday while attempting to keep the peace during a political face off at the state. Capitol Police chief Daniel Hahn is calling on Sacramento to do better. This is not protesting. These acts are not demonstrating their constitutionally protected rights. This is unwarranted, unjustified criminal behavior. Sacramento. We're better than this. Speaking about the ongoing civil unrest in Sacramento, Han discussed gun violence, adverse impacts of the pandemic on Children and aggressive demonstrations that have further divided the community. Chief Han says the unnecessary acts of violence must must end and this continued behavior will only hurt a city already her get hard by the pandemic. Almost all of California is in the most restrictive purple tear as covert cases spike and ICU capacity shrinks. State health officials say. 54 of the state's 58 counties are in the purple tear representing more than 40 million residents. Just three counties Alpine, Inyo and Mariposa remain in the second highest red tear. Sierra is the only county in the orange here. The new regional stay at home order is in effect this week for all of Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley. I see you capacity is a 10% in so Cal and 5.6% in the San Joaquin Valley. Traffic.

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04:01 min | 1 year ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And Jen and Honeywell are in Exxon Mobil Visor and Raytheon are out. Overall, It was a very good August as we shut the door on that month. Down s and P wrapping up their best August in more than 30 years. Now up 7.5%, the S and P up 7% up for 1/5 consecutive month and the NASDAQ Up nearly 10%. It's best monthly performance. Since the year 2000. Let's check the final numbers. Dow was down today to 23 at 28 4 30, but the NASDAQ was up 80 at 11, 7 75, the S and P down seven points or about 2/10 of 1%. Goal today was down slightly. Oil was up a little bit. 10 year bond deal 100.71. All right. Our thanks to Kelly there, it's for 22. This afternoon. We're hearing from sack No county Sheriff Scott Jones. He's clarifying his relationship with police Chief Han in light of last week's protesting and riding that occurred downtown Chief Dan Han and I are are not at odds. We work very well together. We've we've Our folks have been inundated with their command on. We work very seamlessly with him over the weekend as we do all the times and sheriff tells Cristina Mandanda and Sam Shane on our cape became morning news that he can call in the National Guard for help. If needed. I never made any requests that involved the mayor. I don't need the mayor to request the National Guard on Dine. Never did request the National Guard. I reached out to them as I am. Alluded to in my interview what I did my press conference on Friday that I have reached out to them and I did and talked about the availability and have them kind of how the conversation the initial conversation to say. If we need it, I want him. Which is true. I am not going to put up with that, Um, I you know they were kind of different. They're still in the water to see if they could have a sustained campaign here like they do important other places, and I just get working going to allow that to happen, at least in the county's perspective. Jones elaborate on how the events played out this past weekend. Of course, I don't have any control over what goes on in the city. But we certainly want to stand ready to assist the city and whatever whatever their tactics were, and you can't argue with results mean last night we had, you know a dozen or fewer. Folks, no damage, no arrests, and they think they've decided it's not fun here, and they're going to go on. They're on their way, which was the ultimate goal. And Jones believes that Antifa has left Sacramento at least for now, Two things that these folks understand, and I'm not talking about the protestors. I'm talking about the antiques of folks, the rioters and there's two things I understand overwhelming opposing forces and consequences. So that was important for me to get up and say, Hey, look, we're gonna have overwhelming opposing forces. And the district attorney by her release, said. Yeah, and there are gonna be consequences. And so I think once he's folks realize that those two dynamics were in play, and along with the effective tactics of the police Department of the last Two or three nights. I think I think we've Put this to bed for Sacramento, at least for the near term, but you know, if they come back, we'll be ready. And again. That's Sakamoto County Sheriff Scott Jones on the protesting and writing. That happened last week in downtown Sacramento. Also updating you on an incident that happened around 10 20 for him today. Two vehicles traveling at high speeds on eastbound highway 50 near what Avenue exchange gunfire. One person was shot and is at the U. C. Davis Medical Center with non life threatening injuries. Siege, peace officer, A sage P officer you, Leo Ha! See, High says that the shooting was preemptive nature. It seems to have been a targeted attack. Ah, targeted shooting, but it's unknown right now. It is gang related or not. Trafficked remained at a standstill while investigators continued their search for evidence, but it's now open in. The suspect of that shooting, though, is still at large and Amazons fleet of delivery drones are cleared for takeoff, the Federal Aviation Administration today, said. Amazons Prime air Is there now certified to expand unmanned package delivery. This means the company's delivery drones can carry small items. Beyond the operators line.

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"chief han" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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11:53 min | 2 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Model for high quality journalism in the twenty first century from n._p._r. news this is all things considered ari shapiro in new york and i'm audie cornish in washington where the supreme court has completed its term today as the justices went out the door they released a number of decisions including one on whether and how far lawmakers can go to draw political boundaries that favored their party in a five to four decision the supreme court ruled today essentially that such partisan gerrymandering is beyond their control sharply ideological decision the courts conservative judges said redistricting claims quote present political questions beyond the reach of federal courts and beers miles parks is covering voting for n._p._r. he joins us now welcome to the studio miles thank you so the cases today that the supreme court ruled on were from north carolina and maryland can you give us details sure so in north carolina which is a state that's divided roughly fifty fifty between democrats and republicans republicans who controlled the state legislature drawn maps that favor their party extremely gave them ten seats in congress compared to three seats for the democrats in maryland who switched democrats controlled the government there and drew districts that basically forced out a longtime republican incumbent in maryland six district which is in the north west of the state what's interesting here is that the intent was very clear slater's in both states had made it clear that it was partisan gains that they were after when drawing the maps and the plaintiffs were arguing to supreme court that should be unconstitutional supreme court however did not agree and they basically pulled the plug on both lawsuits and also on other federal lawsuits that are waiting in the wings in states like ohio and wisconsin also related to partisan gerrymandering the maps and all these places will stay put how is this still debate i mean it's a term that goes back to eighteen twelve right named for eldridge dairy can you talk about what's going on here yeah absolutely we have a long rich history in america of weirdly shaped districts but it's not like this problem just cropped up yesterday about fifteen years ago former justice kennedy wrote about it and he said basically this is an issue but we just need to find a manageable standard by which we can fix it flash forward twenty nineteen we have all of these advanced computers that can do the sort of sort of statistical analysis that could show you exactly how to draw fair districts but that didn't seem to sway the supreme court justice can't excuse me justice roberts wrote that yes the practice is does seem to be unseemly but that it's not the courts place to jump into politics and reapportion political power of it's not the court's role than who's in charge of enforcing limits on redistricting for clear game yeah that's a good question it's still could theoretically be in the courts just at the state level potentially because partisan gerrymandering could theoretically break some state laws the other thing that justice roberts mentioned in his opinion is that legislation could be written here to fix this problem either at the federal level through conger grice or at the state level through citizen initiatives which have had success in some states the thing is the bottom line is that it's going to be really different because of all these different state laws what maps look like each state because the rules the game rules are just going to be different let's look ahead to twenty twenty one new districts are going to be drawn after that election and the census what does it mean this ruling mean for all that yeah i talked to justin levin about this he's an election law professor at loyola law school and here's what he told me we're in mad max territory now there are no rules and i do think you'll see more legislators in more states taking up the mantle of extreme partisan aggression against people who disagree with them the key is this really only matters in states that control the whole of government but i should say it is both parties i think there's been a signal that republicans took advantage of this process while democrats were largely ignoring leading up to the twenty ten election democrats are not going to let that happen looking ahead of the twenty twenty election and they're putting a lot of money into this issue both sides are going to be fighting to control the maps out for the twenty twenty election that's n._p._r.'s miles parks thanks for your reporting thank you know it's bring in karen hobart flint she is president of the advocacy group common cause and the plaintiff in the north carolina gerrymandering case at the center of today's supreme court ruling she joins us from dallas welcome thank you thank you for having me i just tell us your immediate reaction to the decision i was deeply disappointed in the opinion that the supreme court rendered to basically wash their hands of dealing with with they acknowledge is a huge problem for our democracy so what are the practical implications of it i think there are many and let me just tell you quick story about one common cause north carolina is also involved in a partisan gerrymander case at the state level once the supreme court came out with their decision one of the republican legislators involved in the partisan gerrymander did a press conference and said we have been vindicated no longer will there be any kind of litigation around a partisan gerrymander the supreme court has said this is fine true that the ruling on the federal congress in washington d._c. also applies to the state house in north carolina absolutely not in fact roberts makes clear that there are avenues to tack this issue one is through congress which congress can enact laws like h._r. won the for the people act that has reformed for independent restricting commissions we also know that state litigation is another path he laid out and pursuing other kinds of redistricting reforms standards and other things is another path that we can pursue chief justice roberts said his ruling that the drafters of the constitution understood that politics would play a role in the process of drawing district boundaries and that it's not up to judges to second guess the judgments of lawmakers does roberts have appoint that if republicans win elections republicans win the right to draw these boundaries and if democrats went elections democrats win that right i think the difference here is one actually cake incites this in her dissent the map-drawing used to be something that was a little bit of guesswork now with technology people can draw maps with such precision getting down to the individual voter in ways that can deprive people of fair representation and the ability to choose their own representatives and so the court absolutely should weigh in when people's first amendment rights and their rights to have their voice heard to have fair representation are abridged you've said the court should but the court has now said it won't so what's your next move we will be looking at several things one is the state courts absolutely can figure out how to deal with partisan gerrymandering they have done it in places like pennsylvania and they're doing it in north carolina said that isn't avenue that is open to us second we will be pursuing reform like independent registered in commissions and other jurisdictions are looking at setting standards and there are things in motion right now third i think we're gonna have to look deeply at the maps that are being drawn recently thomas hoffler who died recently he was the guru involved in the republicans red map effort to draw district lines in twenty ten when we found as part of our litigation some of this files we saw that he didn't just hughes partisan data he used racial data even though he testified that it was only partisan data so i think there's a lot more to dig into you mentioned independent redistricting commissions is that really your best bet now at the state level to get people in power who see the need for this to be a non partisan issue rather than trying to get some national directive handed down from the supreme court i think the path is to continue to fight for reform and fight in the courts and i think there's a lot more to uncover i think we're gonna see a lot of people saying what they're doing is partisan gerrymandering but also focusing on racial gerrymandering to deprive latinos and others of their voice and that some of the revelations that are coming out of the hoffer files that's karen hobart flynn president of common cause plaintiff in one of the gerrymandering lawsuits decided by the supreme court today thank you for joining us thank you here in washington this afternoon the senate approved its annual defence of authorization bill with a clear majority and yet senators will be back tomorrow to vote on significant bipartisan amendment to the just passed bill it would bar president trump from going to war with iran without prior congressional approval n._p._r.'s david welna explains what's going on senate democrats worked hard to get a vote on the iran amendment then they'll need the votes of all four senators bernie sanders kamla harris cures to jila brand and michael bennett who are in miami today for tonight's presidential debate so even though the senate is raring to get out of town for its fourth of july recess democrats insisted the vote on the amendment beheld tomorrow when the debaters can be back in town that bothered the senate's number two republican john cornyn of texas i see no reason for us to delay the vote on the defense authorization bill for those folks who've chosen instead to not do their job here but rather to run for president but majority leader mitch mcconnell calling it a rather bizarre situation realized democrats could hold up the defense bill if they did not get their way here's mcconnell speaking to reporters this afternoon so i decided accommodate that not while in fouzy degraded on my side voting begins as early as five in the morning when it ends depends on flights from miami should the amendment pass it would be added retroactively to the defense bill new mexico democrat tom udall is the measures chief sponsor i rise today to call up on this body to do its duty to assume it's constitutional responsibility and to make it clear that the president cannot wage war against iran without congressional authorization the amendment says no funds will be spent to conduct hostilities against iran without congressional authorization unless it's in self defense utah republican mike lee is one of the co-sponsors article one section eight of the constitution unequivocally states that congress shall have the power to declare war congress not the president not the pentagon not someone else in the executive branch what congress arkansas republican tom cotton disagreed this amendment purports to tie the commander chieftans chief hans relative only to a single nation which just so happens to be the nation that just shut down american aircraft it's not clear the amendment will pass but democrats think it's close enough to hold out for the return of four senators from miami david welna n._p._r. news washington you're listening to all things considered on w._n._y._c. coming up next we're going to take a closer look at a t._v. show you've probably heard of even if you've never seen a single episode it's cops and it's been around so long and it's so ubiquitous that it's worked its way into the national psyche coming up next on the docket our new series that examines the legal system will consider the ways in which comes has shaped the.

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03:51 min | 2 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Alex Helmick. There's no win here. There's no win here. That's heavier becera. California's attorney general in a lengthy press conference today. Bizarre announced his office would not criminally charged a to Sacramento police officers who shot and killed Steph on Clark, the twenty two year old unarmed black man was shot multiple times in March last year. Well, and he's grandmother's backyard. What officers said they thought was a gun turned out to be a cell phone. Of course, it was a tough call. These are all tough costs. It's never easy, but we have to do the job. That's put before us. That job includes a report from the attorney general's office that outlines the reasons why the shooting was justified he came just days after Sacramento's district. Attorney cleared the officers after the announcement the US department of Justice said it will now examine whether the shooting violated Clark's federal civil rights saver law. Professor Robert Weisberg. Joins us. And professor I want to get to the details of bazaars report. But first, what's your reaction to all this, especially the DOJ getting involved? I was somewhat surprised that the US attorney spoke out at this point. And so quickly after the DA's in the attorney general's decision, but they faded we'll have to do their own investigation and the bar for a federal criminal charges really really high. So I don't think we can predict that this is going to lead to a federal indictment in his review. Sarah said the evidence showed that Clark had committed several unlawful acts, which is why police were called in the first place. And he said Clark didn't follow officers commands, he advanced towards them. He assumed a shooting position in officers believed that they were in danger. There is video of this shooting is that what you see in the video do law enforcement officials just look at this differently. Well, they certainly read cues from suspects in a way. That other people may not because of their experience. The main thing to emphasize is that the standard that has to be met for a state case, and they'd be even more. So for federal cases, really really high. It has to be shown not only that in this case. Mr Clark, did not pose a threat of deadly force. He obviously didn't. But that it was so obvious that he didn't pose a threat of deadly force that it was completely irrational unreasonable will legal jargon would be cops to fear deadly force or violent force from him. And these are very hard cases to win. And there was a criminal prosecutions against the police the Sacramento police say it's still reviewing the officers actions could discipline them but being cleared by the county DA in the state AG must carry weight in that decision. Do you anticipate any department action here attorney general for Sarah already working with chief Han and mayor Steinberg has put out a series of recommendations for reforms within the training protocol for this the Sacramento police, and I think a clear eye towards getting them out around the state, more, generally? So I think it's quite possible that we're gonna see tightening up more training and so on and so on. But that's that's quite independent of any actual legal action against the officers. Do you think the Sarah's report and with what happened with the Sacramento county DA damages a civil case the Clark family has filed a twenty million dollar wrongful death suit, not necessarily? I don't think it would preclude that. And this could be a case that settles at a very large damage number Stanford law, professor Robert Weisberg. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you. I'm Alex Helmick. More on the Stefan Clark at our website. News dot org. I'm.

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"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento. City council meeting has now been journey after more than three hours public comment on last night's protest in east Sacramento. Newsradio KF became Joe Michaels. Joining us live from city hall with more Joe. Mike about fifty people offer. Their thoughts on Mondays protest council. Members hearing from those upset with the way the Sacramento event ended mayor Steinberg in the council hearing calls to fire the officers involved in yesterday's incident, and to drop all charges of the eighty four people arrested last night, Shane Harris from the people's alliance for Justice was among the speakers was arrested at last night's protests. And he tells council the alliance wants chief Han fired but not before the chief fires the officers involved in Monday's incident. He's also calling for a full policy review, the Sacramento police Commission Council, do adopt AB three Ninety-two. The meeting was extended earlier when mayor Steinberg called for a recess after a speaker refused to give up the mic after his three minute tirade. The instigator was removed from the building once cooler heads prevailed public comments resumed after a twenty five minute delay the meeting finally adjourned about ten minutes ago after they had all of the speakers would sign up to talk speak, and then a couple more who just decided they were going to speak. Anyway, Darrell Steinberg finally said, okay. That's enough hit the gavel lights out. That's going to do it from city hall tonight. They are closing up shop we're gonna head out as well before they hit us out live from downtown Sacramento. Joe Michaels NewsRadio KFB casual before you go. Can you give me a sense of the mood of the people as they leave city hall tonight? Well, at this juncture, it was dwindling over the course of the last hour or so there were some tirades that people just ended up going. Okay. This is really over the top and left other state of the very end. But by the time this closed,.

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"chief han" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm alex. There's no way in here. There's no win here. That's heavier, but Sarah, California's attorney general in a lengthy press conference today. Bizarre announced his office would not criminally charged a to Sacramento police officers who shot and killed Steph on Clark, the twenty two year old unarmed black man was shot multiple times in March last year. Well, and he's grandmother's backyard. What officers said they thought was a gun turned out to be a cell phone. Of course, it was a tough call. These are all tough 'cause it's never easy, but we have to do the job. That's put before us. That job includes a report from the attorney general's office that outlines the reasons why the shooting was justified he came just days after Sacramento's district. Attorney cleared the officers after the announcement the US department of Justice said it will now examine whether the shooting violated Clark's federal civil rights Stanford law, professor Robert Weisberg joins us in professor I want to get to the details of Besir report. But first, what's your reaction to all? This especially the DOJ getting involved. I was somewhat surprised that the US attorney uh spoke out at this point. And so quickly after the DA's in the attorney general's decision, but they will have to do their own investigation and the bar for a federal criminal charges really really high. So I don't think we can predict that this is going to lead to a federal indictment in his review. Sarah said the evidence showed that Clark had committed several unlawful acts, which is why police were called in the first place. And he said Clark didn't follow officers commands, he advanced towards them. He assumed a shooting position officers believed that they were in danger. There is video of this shooting is that what you see in the video do law enforcement officials just look at this differently. Well, they certainly read cues from suspects in a way that other people may not because of their experience the main thing to emphasize. Is is that the standard that has to be met for a state case, it'd be even more. So for federal cases, really really high. It has to be shown not only that in this case. Mr Clark, did not pose a threat of deadly force. He obviously didn't. But that it was so obvious that he didn't pose a threat of deadly force that it was completely irrational unreasonable. Legal jargon, would be cops to fear deadly force or violent force from him. And these are very hard cases to win. And there was a criminal prosecutions against the police the Sacramento police say it's still reviewing the officers actions and could discipline them. But being cleared by the county DA in the state AG must carry weight in that decision. Do you anticipate any department action here attorney general Sarah already working with chief Han and mayor Steinberg has put out a series of recommendations for reform within the training protocols for this out, the Sacramento police, and I think a clear eye towards getting them out around the state, more, generally? So I think it's quite possible that we're gonna see tightening up more training and so on and so on, but that's that's quite independent of any actual legal action against the officers. Do you think bazaars report and with what happened with the Sacramento county DA damages a civil case the Clark family? Has filed a twenty million dollar wrongful death suit, not necessarily? I don't think it would preclude that. And this could be a case that settles at a very large damage number Stanford law, professor Robert Weisberg. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you..

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"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The streets of east Sacramento this evening protesting DA Anne-Marie Schubert's decision to not charge. The two police officers involved in last year's shooting of stuff on Clark a March that started outside the trader Joe's at fiftieth and Folsom he's now heading south on forty fifth street, south of Jay street about sixty five. Protesters are participating and Sacramento. Police are monitoring the situation and facilitating traffic breaks extra security outside. The golden one center tonight is the Sacramento Kings host the New York Knicks. The golden one center plaza is close to everyone but ticketed guest, and that's allowing fans to get into the game tonight without any reported issues. Sacramento police chief Daniel Hahn could still discipline. The officers who shot and killed Stefan Clark last March Sacramento DA, not deciding to deciding not to prosecute the officers. But the state attorney general is also conducting an investigation chief Hans me. Meanwhile, says he's waiting for that report before he decides if the officers deserved to be disciplined. In the meantime, chief Hans says he still has his main priority to worry about my job as police chief in our job as a police department is to work hand in hand with our community and keep everybody safe Hans says that includes reviewing his department's use of force and foot pursue policies and greater outreach to the community. A lawsuit against the Trump administration over access to abortions is now in a US district court in San Francisco attorney general hobby air, but Sarah filing the lawsuit today over changes in the title, ten family piloting program, the Trump administration imposing new rules on services like Planned Parenthood, two separate abortions from other family planning services and prohibits staff from referring women to abortion clinics. Sarah says Trump's gag rule violate sections of the Affordable Care Act that says the government cannot impose unreasonable barriers for medical care. I'm Joe Michaels. Newsradio K F B K now, traffic and weather together. Southbound ninety nine near macro to to vehicle crashes been cleared to the shoulder just a little slow between fruit ridge and Florin road. Right now, you just heard about it in news. He Sacramento, Stefan. Clark protesters who had gathered at fulsome and fiftieth are on the move though right now, they have stopped and are making speeches at forty fifth street near Jay street. Police are are police are diverting cars away from the protesters. If you see a traffic problem, let us know about it on the KFB K traffic tip line. Dial pound two fifty and say traffic next update at eight o'clock. I'm Peter Finch. Newsradio KFB K..

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"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Grove. It's fifty nine in Sacramento. And it's now five thirty four NewsRadio KFB case acronym. Police chief Daniel Hahn could still discipline. The officers who shot and killed Stefan Clark almost a year ago. Sacramento county DA has decided not to prosecute the officers. But the state attorney general is also conducting an investigation chief Hans has he's waiting for that report before he decides. If the officers deserve to be disciplined. In the meantime, Hans says he still has his main priority to worry about my job as police chief and our job as a police department is to work hand in hand with our community and keep everybody safe Hans says that includes reviewing his department's use of force and foot pursuit policies and greater outreach to the community. We have to keep pushing forward we have to do it together. There's no one entity whether it'd be the community or the police department, stands alone. We have to go forward together on says he's trying to build more trust and transparency in his department. Greg Fishman, NewsRadio K K, the Sacramento Kings say there will be increased security at. Tonight's game against the New York. Knicks golden one center plaza is close to everyone, but ticketed guests and employees to prepare for the possibility of protests crews have set up cyclone fencing around entrances. And in statement, the king said today the plaza will close in the early afternoon and will only reopen to ticketed guests to ensure safe entry into the arena for the game. Tonight. Ticket checks will be in place on the parameter of the plaza and an increased security presence will be should said perimeter of the plaza, and they will be on site to assist ticket ticketed guests to expedite entry guests are encouraged to arrive early for the game tonight and have their ticket ready to show staff some bad news for public employees today from California's supreme court it ruled in a long anticipated case that California government agencies can change the retir- retirement benefits offered to public workers the court sidestepped a bigger question about whether employers can alter core pension rights in their contracts. The court held that their retirement Perkins issue in the. The case was different from core. Pension rights, such as how much public workers are paid. And that's not protected by the state constitution. Now, that means the benefit could be altered or eliminated at the discretion of the legislature. That's what the court ruled that both the public employees retirement system and the state teachers retirement system funded to about seventy percent of their liability. There is increasing pressure to reduce the benefits as part of a plan to help make up that deficit and Oakland based company that detects plagiarism is rolling out. New software that tackles what's known as contract cheating. The company called turn it in says authorship investigate can detect whether a student really wrote their own paper or if they hired a ghostwriter turn it. In estimates contract cheating has grown into a two hundred million dollar industry involving online companies offering to write student essays, even take their online classes and tests for them. The company tells the San Francisco Chronicle the new software uses forensic linguistics and compares the nuances of writing. Styles between a submitted paper and a student's previous work Oxycontin maker. Purdue pharma is looking at the possibility of filing for bankruptcy. Now reportedly help the company address liabilities from thousands of lawsuits that claim the drugmaker contributed to the nationwide opioid crisis. If Purdue files for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection, those lawsuits would be stopped and the company could negotiate with plaintiffs under the supervision of the US, bankruptcy judge produce karma. In the meantime, denies all allegations saying the FDA approved labels for its opioids do contain warnings about risks. Two young sisters are home after surviving for two days in the woods off water from Huckleberry leaves and wilderness. Skills learned in their for H class Serlin and Liacouras Corrego went missing Friday night after going on a hike near their home Humboldt county sheriff William Hansel says they found the girls forty four hours later huddled together under a mulberry. Bush Huda thought an eight year old and a five role would survive two nights out in rural? Rugged Humboldt county with temperatures in the low forties, and when it was raining for two days. So it was it was pretty amazing the girls use skills. They had learned in their four H outdoor adventure class has wilderness. Survival part of their curriculum. You know, every four H is a little bit different about what they teach their kids, and they had this curriculum, and it was backed up by their parents. They girls drank water from mulberry leaves left behind food. Wrappers tried to make a fire and stayed put until they were found Casimiro hall. Newsradio KF California remains a favourite destination for international travelers. But where are they all coming from the answer is probably no surprise, according to Matkal Espy. He's the project manager at bay dot com. A Middle East website, which track the booth months of international travelers. We saw twenty eight million coming in from Canada just over ten million visiting from Mexico and about six point two million coming from the United Kingdom, California ports of entry ranked third in the study right behind New York and Miami Asian visit. Also arrived in large numbers with Japan, China and South Korea each ranking in the top five George Sampson, NewsRadio KFB K, and it's five forty now. Newsradio.

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"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On NewsRadio cave decay. Welcome back next extra standing on board. John McGuinness wiccan NewsRadio K K going to get your calls in just a moment. But I wanna just kinda take a take a little examination of this. This list of recommendations report and recommendations published by the department of California Department of Justice Ray, the Sacramento police department, and I it's an interesting piece because as I say there is no methodology explained in here in terms of how they reach their conclusions. What it is. Or appears to be is a compilation of different bits and pieces of policies and changes that have taken place in law enforcement agencies, frankly across the country, certainly in the large western jurisdictions. But there are some things that I've a couple of things that are just frankly omitted from it as you look at encouraging sack PD to implement certain policies for policies, for example and reference that they has been done in Las Vegas, Nevada. Well, it does not contemplate the entirety of Las Vegas metro police, and their general orders, there would have very likely a preamble as most do that explained. Look, this is this is are general orders. But there are opportunities. There are circumstances in which these general orders can be violated appropriately in the interest of best practices to save lives to save innocent lives. So that's lacking. When you look at this. When you just cherry pick from different things that that you find to be more satisfactory for another law enforcement agency to us. There's also some things I think they just really miss out the very very restrictive on foot pursuits police foot pursuits in terms of requiring that an officer have articulate. Reasonable suspicion that a crime has taken place before engaging in a foot pursuit any number of things can justify that foot. Pursuits are notoriously. Inconsequential in terms of any kind of serious injury or death. A vehicle pursuits obviously, the risk increases when you get multi thousand pound vehicles speeding through residential areas. And elsewhere, it's still an absolutely absolutely necessary tool and police work, you have to have I strongly support that. But I understand looking that that in terms of identifying when that represents the best practices that that's common sense. But the the tight restrictions on what an officer should chase somebody on foot as seems like it just sets the police app for a scenario in which if they engage in good police work, they're going to be second guessed, and they'll have to defend against the recommendations of this attorney general's report, I don't like it, then they get into a various other kinds of of force. And it looks as though they can flight to things at chokehold and a karate constriction to separate tools that. Can be used many departments have prohibited. The karate constriction when done properly that is a move that actually puts the the suspects neck in in between the bicep and forearm of the officer. A pressure is applied in it. Restricts the flow of oxygenated blood to the brain causing temporary causing the subject of temporarily pass out I have used it. Many many many times successfully never had an adverse outcome with it. There are some times when it's been used and something's gone wrong which can happen because he's our dynamic situations and death has occurred. But if a person has already engage in conduct that necessitates are warrants your justifies, the use of physical force whether it's that or gunfire or some other force. I'm at a loss to understand the difference. I see that as very very very restrictive. It looks very much to me as though the desire here is to really truly limits. The incidents were law enforcement officers identify pursue and arrest violators of the law. And it also looks as though it lacks perspective. Some from people who have been engaged in the practice of the profession of of actually done it. A lot of it is is in Oculus reporting requirements, not not bad at all. I think much of this as chief Han has indicated has already been started. But the I I'm not I think the report is is frankly, not good. It they suggest that the Sacramento police department policy should affirm the importance of proportionality, the concept that the nature of severity of the force. At an officer uses should be consistent with the nature that the subject possesses and require the officer to exhaust all reasonable available alternatives before using deadly force. That means that requires calls for a continuum of force. So you have to check every box along the way even when an officer is confronted with a situation in which a person is actively involved in a shooting innocent victims, that's not a time to to go through the continuum of force. That's a bad idea that will result in the death of innocent human beings. So there's a lot about this that I just find I is inclined to hamstring the police and put them in a bad position. And again without the context without the benefit of a preamble to anything, I think I think wrecking. The fact that for example, shooting from a moving vehicle, there's they're they're they're want to be very restrictive on that. Generally speaking, I think is largely ineffective to shoot at or from a moving vehicle, and it's should normally not be the first course of action considered by officers. But there have been cases in which it was the only course of action that an officer could use to to save their lives or that of any other innocent people. In fact, we had a case we've we've highlighted here. A while back. There was a Las Vegas metro police officer involved in a pursuit in which the suspect was firing at him at the officer during the course of the pursuit, they're exchanging gunfire. And ultimately, the the the officer shot and killed the suspect, but this policy this this proposal, this recommendation would would not contemplate that doesn't consider the fact that that kind of a situation may develop. So it seems very very restrictive again. There's no excellent. Nation of the methodology used to reach the recommendations only a compilation of other jurisdictions where these restrictions have been imposed. I don't I don't envy law enforcement agency or practitioners they're in would have to implement this. Because I think it's going to be a difficult thing to do and then have to defend against perhaps at some point from planets council, not having implemented all the recommendations. We'll get your calls on this and other things right after this. Don't go away. Here's a thought writer mornings make for brighter days became morning. News house you start your day, brighter. And better informed with the breaking news. You need to start your day. Plus traffic updates every ten minutes. Tomorrow morning at five on NewsRadio ninety three point one FM at fifteen thirty AM. Well, the holiday season is behind us to be sure we still have called nights cold early morning hours. And we got more rain on the horizon. And that means that there are critters that looking for refuge, and they're gonna find your house. You don't want that? You don't want to have those mice, and spiders, and rats and all kinds of other critters coming into your home for shelter. So take the course, of course of action. I have reach out to the pros. The good folks at Jones brothers pest control because they can solve the problem for you..

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"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We need this before of the US. We need the support of the Latin American countries we need the support of the European Union. The US recognizes guidos administration, but nNcholas Maduro refuses to give up power. The number of measles cases in Washington state has grown to thirty eight with another thirteen suspected cases and health officials in Atlanta's say, they have three confirmed measles cases. They're all of them are in the same family. The death toll from record breaking cold in the mid west now stands at eight. You're listening to ABC news. From the twenty four seven KFI digital new center. Rio to now cave became kitty O'Neil was top local stories to report on Sacramento police department use of force policies and practices as offering over forty recommendations. The report released yesterday by California Torney general, happier. Sarah came at the request a police chief Daniel Hahn after the deadly police shooting of Stefan Clark last year. Some cloud cover and some fog, but we're that clearly is not chief Han, but we will get him here. I don't have any issues with any of the recommendations. We just have to determine how do we implement them in our department? The chief telling the archaic became morning news at some of the recommendations in the report have already been put into practice at sack PD. Meantime, sheriff Scott Jones official Facebook page is the subject of a new lawsuit. The ACLU of northern California claims the sheriff blocked members of black lives matter Sacramento from the public site violating their first amendment rights. The trouble started when the sheriff barred the county's inspector general from the department. Several comments critical of the move were deleted. NBA lamb leaders tiny phase on and Sonya Louis were blocked from that page. The suit seeks punitive damages and to have the accounts unblocked bail has been set for one or two men arrested for allegedly looting and Butte counties campfire zone. The two men were caught over the weekend taking things from burned business in Michaela. Fifty one year old Kenneth Zimmerman and fifty two year old David blood seed walking out of the store was stolen goods sheriff's deputy. Search bloods vehicle.

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"chief han" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"But we should have no expectations of donald trump when it comes to issues of justice in relation anything poor people in anything we should have no expectations he's a right wing leader he's got neil fascist sensibilities he's cold he's in different he's callous but we shouldn't get hyped up about it we've got to proceed where we are see if if we black people have been hyped up about how wonderful or the potential slaveholders a jim crow heads jayme crow heads and didn't zero in on what we can do how we can come together bring together people have all racist genders concern about justice concerned about these young black men and women getting killed any folk who getting killed an innocent man that's the crucial thing and as i said before i think sacramento connection we teach the nation something because if in fact mass steinberg and police chief han can come together with black lives madison you know what would take in this in zone we never have before in this nation we're going to take a stand when it comes to making sure there's accountability of policemen visavis the most vulnerable of our citizens and keep in mind brother addison this is the weekend above the martin luther king junior i was running against sack hide kennedy high when he was shot fifty years ago with fourteen my brother clifton just won the mile i took a third into two mile fifty years later here we are with the legacy of martin king he was assassinated jesus christians like myself crucified tomorrow it's uses bounces back on sunday martin luther king's legacy will it bounced back strong with substance.

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"chief han" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"White americans feel or be seeing officers in the suspicious way because of the prevalence of these issues of misconduct and brutality paul butler you were giving me a look that you wanted to jump into this conversation because like the caller i'm an african american man and i'm a former law enforcement officer i was a prosecutor for years in the district of columbia and i'm very concerned about public safety including the safety of african american men on the street and so that makes me think about the ultimate sterling case thank god from video tape because all you have to do is look at that tape and understand that mister sterling did not have to die he was presenting no threat the police didn't even know that he had a gun so part of it is again about training every officer should learn in the academy that when you get the rather familiar call that someone has a gun you don't roll up in that person involuntarily exposure yourself and then use that as an excuse to shoot the person down use supposed to conceal yourself and communicate and that happens all the time with white male suspects who have gun it rarely happens with african americans specs i wanna sorry i didn't mean interrupted their ball do you wanna finish that that's not so again at the end of the day the concerns about public safety you know so roenick to me that i was in sacramento a couple of weeks ago and the chief of police chief han actually came to a presentation that i was giving about black men and the police and he gets it he like a number of black men has had his own bad experiences with the beliefs even though he's a cop when he was a teenager he got arrested for resisting arrest and so he understands the problem and i'm really looking to him now to you know not just talk the talk but walk the walk wants pacific concern is again these cops and sacramento they muted the of the immune it the the volume so that no one could hear what they were saying that's a crime that's conspiracy to obstruct justice as an african american man i wouldn't feel safe on the streets of sacramento with those police officer.

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"chief han" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"chief han" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Nate that he understands the frustration of the community can you just talk a little bit about what he's saying in his approach to this crisis that his city is facing right now yes chief han has a lot of credibility in the sacramento community a little bit about him he grew up here he's african american he was hired about six seven months ago after a nother incident where a black man this one armed with a knife was shot several times by police officers and also several two officers tried to run this particular ran over there was an outcry within the community demands for more implicit bias training de escalation training like we've been talking about and also a demand for more lethal weapons and training on that and so we've han was hired with the idea of being more reformer he was definitely supported by members of the black community here in in sacramento and even throughout this time when we're dealing with the shooting of stephan john clark he's received a lot of support people believe he's wants to do the right thing he is definitely keeping up with the communication he's definitely trying to do all that he can to be as transparent as he can so i i do think that he has he's doing the right things and and which is nice let's go to john who's calling from tampa florida anthony a great journalism i just want to offer a second another perspective here in tampa a gosh i guess about two years ago we lost two police officers they stop to call one guy one officer stopped the car and it turns out he called it in turns out that it had the guy had a warrant or as a rest and he called for backup to officers then approached the drivers the passenger side and the guy jumped out and shot them both in the head and killed them both in a matinee not happened in a matter of seconds so i think and of course tampa will probably never be the same i mean it's just you know we're still reeling from that both family men you know so my point though is that anybody who thinks police officers don't talk amongst themselves you know across state lines to of course and so my question i guess is it to society changing.

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