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The Woody Show
"civil service board" Discussed on The Woody Show
"There's a cop and tampa florida. He got fired back in march for using the n word and he just got his job back after the civil service board voted three to nothing to have him rehired. His name is delvin white. He's a black guy and he is a black guy. So like what's the what's the i'm really confused about. What the rules are well. He was caught on his body cam using the n. Word on two separate occasions one of those occasions. He was talking on the phone with his wife. Okay so it was like not even part of the who reported them We've caught the by a lot places. Just put 'em upload them to you. Dan review and then on another occasion. But he's a black guy. He was arresting a student at a high school. That's where he worked as a campus resource officer and he used the n. Word and he had worked at that high school for eight years. K so the chief who fired him said. This has nothing to do about racism. It's about professionalism saying that. They're manual prohibits racial slurs and violating that policy is grounds for dismissal. Okay those are the rules that That carry science one of the things because of mike man. So everybody hit of the breakfast club or head. Workplace every rapper on earth. Or whatever. Because i don't bat an eye when i hear in those videos or whatever like they figured that's acceptable and allowed rabies. Not but i'm not no. I heard it on charlotte monarch southbound middle of the day. There was the episode. Where jimmy and tim elite get away with anything they were joined the crypts for speaking and he's white characters voices white people south. They don't care whatever his lawyer says he's been a mentor at that high school for years always great officer and the civil service board agreed and they voted to give him. His drawback is good. So i kind of agree the chief though. It's you can't or you can't says you can't manual says you can't. He did it twice. It should be that way anyway. Like either either. You're okay with like you know people's there's never it's never a acceptable. There's never a you know and But then you make excuses for a whole group of people. You know Who nobody ever really cares. You know so either. You're okay with it or you're not. Well i think especially if you're on the job on the clock you're in the uniform you can or you can't this case you can't did twice. And that was the goal. I can get where you're not for it right. It's not acceptable. But then you can't that same person can't make an exception for the breakfast club. Whoever you know does doesn't make any sense. Negating your own argument. I think it's different in this case only because was on the job out. Yes that's the rules of your job right like i get that. Yeah end of story right but he got his job back. that's happening. I thank you very much greg. Gory got it. We're gonna see what happened over the weekend last weekend. Sea bass went to the gathering of the jug lows. That's insane clown posse's Event that they hold every year and all these like white tragedy it show up. Yeah last one. I saw him walking away walking down the street toward the highway leading sunday morning. Getting ready to they scramble like cockroaches. When you'd spend the light on sunday comes go back to wherever they love. No one has all their teeth. What says yeah. So the juggler gathering recap is coming up next here on the woody. Show hang on what he everyone treats their own car better than a rental of course especially if you took the insurance This guy in wisconsin. He had a rental. You decide to do some burn outs in a hotel parking lot. He was avenue. Great super fun but He spun his tires a little too long and back of the car caught fire which spread to the suv. That was parked next to Also happen to be a rental deal then so he ran into the hotel to grab a fire extinguisher but he couldn't find one time. The firefighters god. They're both cars were a total loss. And i don't know if he had the insurance. I have no idea. But because he's responsible for that one and the other one dude i if you have insurance whatever if you don't just carrying it on your own insurance responsible by the way for all the days they cannot rent a car house yeah boss of us. Oh yeah do you think. Insurance covers hotel parking lot. Burn the insurance. What happened roy. There's different levels there's different levels. There's there's this restlessness burnout level walkaway different than liabilities live. Yeah but if you get the full coverage drive off a cliff coverage know where they really get you. If you don't fill up the tank it's like fifteen dollars a gallon. Yeah we'll fill. That's why you prepay now. You don't prepay. Because then you then you're overpaying for ten dollars you're just gonna be doing a ton of driving then you still have to plan to be out of gas when you show up to return the car or else you're wasting money. I go through at least at tanka gas and a rental car. Like if i'm out visiting family and he goes he friends and he catch up the people. Okay all over the return it at empty because if not you're wasting money that's what burnout for the bern ounce and then i'm on an eighth of a tank coming in and if you haven't all to empty point then you just park it right before you return it. Put it in floor wasteful. Thank you we were on a show trip one time and i wanted to avoid the stairs although ever had fifteen steps very steep steps there were like and so i took the suv that we hadn't had insurance insurance on it. I hopped a couple of curves a point where we didn't have to use also just to avoid gotta climbing days that yeah throughout the headdress. We're not proud of that. No we're not trying to repress schill every warning and said man really back and I've been looking forward to this all week. you have. It just took some time to get together. Because he's spent the entire weekend last weekend in ohio ohio outside of columbus woods. Yeah miles east. Sivas spent the weekend with the gathering of the jug lows. Which if you're not familiar Insane clown posse is Couple of guys or clown rap rock. Yes so these guys. Dresses clowns doing rap rock. Yeah and Yeah they they have like Group of fans taylor swift swift these But this is the opposite of that. Is that these are the jug lows and their mascot is like this little like sideshow. Bob looking clown caring hatch a running with a hatchet and can on the way to murder somebody they do. There's supposed to be murderous clowns hacks had their songs about murder. Yeah none of surprising. Yeah and so. There's just a bunch of stuff that Happens at the gathering drug lows and sea bass was there to catch all for twenty twenty one. Indeed that's one of the things i found. That was most interesting. I got about three years worth of what will ready do for money. They had a whole stunt show or this group like half a dozen dudes who just random guys they just want to be the next jackass got together and just absolutely abused their testicles wieners and butts nice they had potato gun to the nuts they hate balls to the rectum a weed wacker to the rector a guy blow fired extradite mouthful isopropyl alcohol right on the game. That's why.
NPR News Now
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"Atlanta officer garrett. Ralph was fired day after he shot brooks but the city civil service board ruled that violated his due process. Ralph has since been reinstated pending felony murder charges against him. Ralph's trial has been delayed due to a dispute over who should prosecute the case. A judge ruled this month. That the georgia attorney general must appoint a new prosecutor. A hearing has been scheduled for next wednesday for npr news. I'm really oppenheimer in atlanta. You're listening to npr news. The israeli parliament votes on new government sunday. This would end the twelve year rule of prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu he's expected to be replaced by alterra. Nationalist holly bennett. Police in nigeria. Used tear-gas to disperse protesters in several parts of the country saturday. The anti-government demonstrations took place on what is officially democracy day in nigeria. npr's bobi reports from freetown. Sierra leone protesters calling for the ouster of nigerian president. Muhammadu buhari took to the streets in the capital of boo. Jump the commercial hub of legos and several other cities. Many carried signs saying hari must go. Police in riot gear eventually broke up the demonstrations using tear-gas and sporadic arrests according to local news reports and posts on social media nigeria is facing numerous challenges including armed insurgency in the northeast mass kidnappings in the northwest and calls for secession in the niger. Delta activists say president buhari's increasingly authoritarian rule including the recent shutdown of twitter is leading to more conflict and insecurity in africa's most populous nation jason bobbie-ann. Npr news freetown. The minnesota twins announced saturday. The death of former pitcher. Jim mud cat grant. No cause was given. He was eighty-five he was the first black twenty game winner in the american league. Grants major league career spanned fourteen years fewer than four seasons with the twins but he was a key part of minnesota's first world series team in nineteen sixty five. I'm nora raum npr news..
"civil service board" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Atlanta's news and talk. It's 12 30. Good afternoon. I'm Cheryl Castro Live in the WSB 24 hour news center. G seven agrees to support a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15%. It's meant to deter multinational companies from avoiding taxes by putting profits into low tax rate countries. The group of seven ministers also agreed to improve availability of climate related financial information to market participants. US. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen attended the meetings in London. Ahead of the annual summit. A judge grants Fulton County D. A s request to recuse herself in the RAYSHARD Brooks murder case. Funny. Willis's office no longer bound to prosecute Atlanta Police officer Garrett Roth Roth was charged with murder following a scuffle with Brooks in a downtown Wendy's parking lot. Ralph was recently reinstated by the Atlanta Civil Service Board. Will it sought to be recused, saying members of her office are likely to be called as witnesses in the case. Morning jog through Buckhead lands one man in the hospital. Police say three men were jogging on West Wesley Road this morning when a man drove by fired shots at them, hitting one Juncker. His condition has not been released. The Jungers described the shooter as a man with dreadlocks who was driving a newer model Silver Hyundai sedan. The police are still trying to identify the driver. Children in Cobb County who were out of school for the summer will still have a chance to get at least two square meals a day. Starting Monday, myriad a city schools and the Cobb County School district will provide free breakfast and lunch to Children, 18 or younger. Through June and July. The 153rd.
WABE 90.1 FM
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"The city of load, which is seeing violence on multiple fronts. There was a deadly rocket attacks from Gaza. The rocket landed near here. A father and a teenage daughter were killed. And then the recent Israeli Palestinian tensions in Jerusalem have ignited conflict in this city. The mayor has called it a civil war and Arab civilian was shot and killed. The suspect is an arms Jewish man. I'm driving past cars burned, a Jewish man said his car was torched. I'm seeing paramilitary police troops that were redirected from the occupied West Bank to this normally peaceful city, Israel has declared load. As a state of emergency amid street fighting here. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS LOAD Israel This is NPR. Good morning. I'm Lisa Ram, and this is W A B news. Immigration advocates say officials aren't doing enough to help protect those detained from the Corona virus, and they want federal agencies to investigate. Roxanne Scott has more on the store detention center in South Georgia. According to a report from the advocacy group L Rifugio. Immigrants that Stuart are not receiving regular testing or pee pee and medical treatment for covert is often delayed. Immigrants also tell the group that solitary confinement has been used to quarantine people. Amilcar Valencia heads el Refugio, he says, though the report focuses on Stuart. The problems extend to other ice facilities in Georgia people who are detained at store people who are detained at Erwin People who continue to attain out focused on the people who are detained in order. Tension centers are day by day. Experiencing this abuses has maintained throughout the pandemic that the safety of immigrants in ice custody is a priority. Four people have died due to covert at the Stewart detention Center, according to federal data. Roxanne Scott. The baby news Emory University, Pediatricians say parents should go ahead and start talking with their adolescence about getting vaccinated against covet. 19 visors vaccine could be going into the arms of 12 to 15 year olds as soon as this week pending a final federal green light. Emory's Dr Evan Anderson, they would like to get back to their extracurricular activities would like to get back to Their school activities. I think that that could be tremendous motivation for Children in the teenage years. The U. S. Food and Drug Administration authorized visors vaccine for adolescence this week. It was previously okay for people 16 and older before shots go into arms. An advisory panel to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will meet to discuss the FDA is authorization. That meeting is set for today. The officer who fatally shot Ray Shard, Brooks is asking a judge to change the conditions of his bond. Garrett Rolf remains charged with murder, but his criminal case is stalled. His request comes after firing by the Atlanta Police Department was reversed last week. A lot of civil service board found the city failed to follow its own procedures for disciplinary actions. Rolls. Attorney says the state investigation shows prosecutors made Mr statements about what happened the night of the shooting. Are asking for some of Rove's bond conditions to be removed as he awaits the outcome of his case. For more on this and other news. Be sure to visit W A. B e dot org's This is w A B news. Support for w eb comes from Fontas Water, a family business since 1980.
"civil service board" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Really Glad to have you with me here. I want to bring you up to speed. On. Well, everything we got going on around here, including the radar, which right now does seem to be clear. They goodness a little bit of stuff out there, but nothing significant. Which is great. Um we'll see how the rest of the day holds. We got to talk about this real quick. This shouldn't be controversial. Garrett Ralph has been reinstated by the Civil Service Board of Atlanta. Hey, is the police. Officer who killed Rashard Brooks. He's been charged with murder. According to the City Civil Service Board in Atlanta. Due to the city's failure to comply with several provisions of the code and the information received during witness's testimony, the board concluded the appellant was not afforded his right to due process. Therefore, the board grants the appeal of your it Roth and revokes. His dismissal is an employee of the Atlanta Police Department. The ruling doesn't mean you're Ralph will be back on the streets. In fact, he won't actually be allowed to return to work as his bond prevents him from possessing a firearm or being around other officers, said attorney Lance Lo Russo, who represents the officer in front of the Civil Service board. He'd essentially be on administrative leave pending the outcome of the changes against him. Ralph was fired last June, one day after he shot Rashard Brooks and Wendy's parking lot. A scuffle followed with Brooke struck the other officer on the scene, Devon Brosnan hard enough to cause a concussion, grabbed his Taser and aimed it at Roth, who then fired. Brooks's death led to widespread unrest of the cities. The wind the wind. Eze was torched and later raised when the mayor of Atlanta told them the police to stay away by the way. Garrett Ralph. I don't know if he's got a legal defense fund her naughty if he does, I wish someone would tell me. This guy is being persecuted for doing his job. I'm sorry if this offends you. But I wish to report to you. The actual factual statement from the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Ralph was fired last June, one day after he shot Brooks. In a Wendy's parking lot. A scuffle followed after Rashard Brooks struck the other officer on the scene. Devon Brosnan hard enough to cause a concussion grab Brosnan's Taser. And aimed it at Ralph, who then fired Ralph. Did what he was trained to do. Ralph did exactly what he was trained to do. For those of you who don't know. Rashard Brooks fell asleep in the drive through the Windies. They were able to coax him out of the drive through to a parking spot Ralph and bras and were They spent time with him. This Ensued over an hour. And then they told him They had to put him in the car they had They had to take him to the police. Now the armchair quarterbacks of America have decided. No, actually, they should have made sure he was sobered up and let him go home. No, no, The man had a record. There were issues they had to take him in. They were trained to do. Brooks immediately became violent. He struck Devon browsing and hard enough that it caused a concussion. He took Devon bras Indents Taser. And fled. And turned around as he was fleeing and aimed it at You're it, Ralph. A Taser. Is a weapon. And Rolf. Hold his gun. And fired. And killed restored Brooks. How do you know if Brooke satin capacity to Roth with the Taser How do you know Brooks would have taken Roth's gun? How do you know this? How do you know? How was Roth supposed to know? This is not Commodore Bree. Where there was a cover up, and now we have video that shows how awful it was. This is not George Floyd. There was no neon Rashard Brooks neck for eight minutes. This is none of those things. This is a police officer who was in a struggle with someone who caused a concussion of the other officer took one of his weapons fled and then tried to point that weapon of the police officer. And key. She lands bottoms decided to take the side of the guy who was up to no good instead of the police officer who was doing this job and fired him for doing his job. And now the D A. The former D A. Who was trying to use this to get reelected, decided to charge Roth with murder to show that he was all down with woke black lives matter, and he still lost the election for the life of me. I can't figure out why the prosecutor has to drop the charges other than she's got constituency concerns that is afraid of riots from the mob. Hurt. Ralph did nothing wrong. Again. This is the Atlanta Journal Constitution. This is the fact of the matter. Roth was fired one day after he shot Brooks in a Wendy's parking lot. A scuffle followed after Brooks struck. The other officer on the scene hard enough to cause a concussion, grabbed his Taser and aimed it at Roth. Who then fired Maybe don't fight with police officers steal their Taser and then try to fire on the other police officer. I realize I realize We're at a point in life. Where we're not allowed to distinguish. And we're not allowed to be thoughtful. We're not allowed to separate fax. He shall lands Bottoms this again from the A. J. C. He shall lance bottoms was unequivocal, telling reporters the circumstances of Brooke's death required immediate action. It is clear that we do not have another day, another minute, another hour to waste, she said. At the time. That left Roth with no time to offer defense. LaRue's argued Atlanta Police Department sergeant We indeed, an internal affairs investigator testified that Ross hearing was scheduled to accommodate a five p.m. press conference by the mayor. Announcing Ross termination. Ralph testified.
"civil service board" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"C I'm Stanley Here on the level on the go and on Wi be si dot com Camera. And Nigel Believe these characters they're weirdos on 93 wnbc. Hello. My name is Jason Hammer. We got the gun guy Guy Welford in for Nigel today. Former Atlanta police officer is back on the force. After the fatal shooting of Ray Shawn Brooks last year at a Wendy's. Do you guys remember this story? Oh, yeah. So Ray Shon Brooks was a 27 year old black guy. He was in the car at Wendy's, and he was passed out. So the police come by. They administer a Breathalyzer test and indicated that Brooks did indeed have a blood alcohol content that was above the legal limit. So they go through the legal process here. He's about to be handcuffed and then Ray Shon Brooks grabbed another officer's Taser. Started to run away. Well. Another officer Garrett Wolfe, Ralph gave Chase and at one point Ratio on Brooks turned around and fired the Taser toward Officer Rolf's head. So in response, he fired three shots, two of which struck Brooks from behind and he was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. And if you remember what happened, then guy fires were started. The Wendy's was looted. All hell was breaking loose the day after that. F F s a roof and have such a hard time saying that Officer Ralph was fired and was charged with 11 different counts, including murder, including murder. This past week. This past Wednesday. He was reinstated, but he was put on leave. The Atlanta Civil Service Board released the decision stating this quote. Due to the city's failure to comply. With several provisions of the code and the information received during witness testimony. The board concludes the appellant was not afforded his rights. To due process. Therefore, the board grants the appeal of Garrett Wolfe and revokes the dismissal of an employee of the Atlanta Police Department. So there's a lot of legal stuff going on here, guy. So it kind of feels like this is your wheelhouse here? Taking birds? I look at what you're seeing here. What do you make of this? Well, I mean, there are jobs where you can be fired for basically no reason. Write a song is There aren't some civil rights being violated than your employer could simply say I you don't have a job anymore, And that's that. But a lot of civil service jobs, including police jobs are governed by employment contracts and labor agreements, and there are some requirements for how these people are both hired and fired. And here. The Civil Service Board who oversees these things in Atlanta, looked at this and said, all right under the contract that exists here. There's a requirement before you terminate a police officer that he gets some level of due process, meaning he has to defend himself. Just coming to make his own argument. He gets to present his own evidence. He gets toe be represented by counsel and or union representation, so there's a process here. That's established by agreement. And war by law there in Atlanta and in Georgia, and all they're saying here, they're not saying that ultimately, he should have his job. They're not saying ultimately he's not guilty of a crime. They're just saying the process. By which he had to be terminated. If he was going to be terminated was not followed, and including his right to defend himself. He was just summarily fired. I believe by the mayor. And I think they're coming out saying Wait a minute. The mayor can't just, you know, unilaterally terminate police officers. There's a process to be gone through, and I don't have a bit of problem with that. And I don't think this speaks to whether anyone's defending him or defending what he did, however, you feel about what happened in that Wendy's parking lot. If there's an agreement and or law that says due process has to be afforded someone, then it does, and that's all this says, and he's still facing the charges is not life. The charges have been dropped. He's just allowed to resume. His job at the police department could still be terminated, but but they have to go through the process that's dictated here under the circumstances. If they go through that process, they give him his ability to defend himself. They made down the road still terminate him. They're just saying that process wasn't complied with her. They were talking about this last night on Hannity show. And you had Geraldo and done Dan Bongino. Now these to bump heads all the time. Sometimes it gets a little uncomfortable. There is a point at one time. I think it's a couple weeks ago. Her, although get calling him a punk, so these two kind of have a history. But Gino, of course, has a background in law enforcement. This was a big topic last night. Geraldo doesn't feel like the officer should be able to have his job back. But at the same time is trying to tell everybody he believes in due process. The action taken against the officer was something that was easily.
WABE 90.1 FM
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"That has nothing to do with the problems that we're seeing in Atlanta. But gun laws on the books and George are no different than they were in previous administrations, and we weren't seeing these kind of issues. I mean, look, people are fed up with this Atlanta Police Department crime data shows there has been a 60% increase in homicides and Early 50% increase in rape investigations compared to this time last year. This comes after a weekend that song 12 reported shootings in the city, including one that left a 15 year old girl dead. A civil service board in Atlanta, has reinstated a former police officer who was fired after shooting and killing a man in a Wendy's parking lot. As Lisa Hagen reports, the board found Officer Garrett Rolls should have had the right to appeal. Ralph shot and killed 27 year old race Shard Brooks in 2020 while trying to arrest Brooks. He'd fallen asleep in a Wendy's drive thru Ralph is white and Brooks was black. The killing happened amid nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd. Officer. Roth was quickly fired and charged with felony murder. However, he since argued he wasn't given due process by the city to appeal his firing. And Atlanta Civil Service board agreed. The Atlanta Police Department says Ralph will be on administrative leave until his criminal charges are resolved. Case has slowed to a halt as the new district attorney has tried to recuse herself from the case for NPR news. I'm Lisa Hagen in Atlanta. After year virtual concerts the Atlanta Symphony orchestras returning to in person live concerts at Symphony Hall this fall summer Evans has the story. The S O 77th season will open with the crowd pleasing music from Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and former S O. Music director Robert Spano will soon the title of Music director laureate. He, along with guest conductor Donald Runnicles, have programmed the 2021 22 season. With a diverse repertoire this season will feature 23 works composed by women and people of color. There will also be five world premieres..
106.1 FM WTKK
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"Here on the case. Seo Dae radio program is I get things rolling in this hour. Ross, would you check the Sherman camp? That's what we're calling our CR Skyline Cam of the city of Atlanta. The Sherman Cam, um, after famous, uh, tourist Um, William, to comes to Sherman. He visited Atlanta. Um Is it on fire yet? Let me check. Not on fire. Not on fire yet. Okay? All right now, why am I wondering if it's on fire? The city of Atlanta Civil Service Board announced that they are reinstating police officer Garrett Rolf. Was Garrett Ralph. Garrett Ralph is the police officer who in the Wendy's parking lot Or I should say the former Wendy's parking lot. They burn that too. The ground right that Wendy's That's what I thought. Ralph in another officer, were Uh, they were interacting with a man by the name of restart Brooks. On body Cam for like 20 minutes. That's really civil normal. Hey, how you doing? Chat, chat chat. Everyone's good. They're administering essentially sobriety test after receiving a phone call from the Wendys. That a man was asleep in the drive through in his car. And it was obstructing obviously, the well the drive through So they show up longer conversation go through all of that. Eventually it's time for a Breathalyzer. At the time he blows a point. He's about 1.5 times the legal limit. Everything's copasetic till they go to put him in cuffs. And in the video, you can see that Brooks is having none of it. Ends up tangling with an officer on the ground is able to get a different officers Taser and as he is Booking it out of there. He turns around with the Taser and fires it. At Ralph, who draw who shoots him. And, um They indicted him for felony murder. He's still faced about what he's still facing all of these charges. Because the prosecutor there in Atlanta is an activist, and he know we needed to do it. The mayor there she was just quoted yesterday is saying that No way they had to do it. Tonto to maintain the security of the city. Well, what you had to do and what you did do according to the review by the Civil Service board there and arguably because the point of a lawsuit that the officers lawyers already filed against the city. Is you through due process out the window, which you can't do. I'm sorry that you're going to have people who are demanding pitchforks and torches. But Because they demand you do something. If it's not constitutionally, you can't do it. So now. Those charges were still there. We predicted immediately on the show after you just were able to see everything that If they they're going to charge him and their stupid for doing it. I didn't realize you were charged with felony murder because you're just delaying the inevitable. And the inevitable is What you're seeing right here. This guy is he's gonna be allowed to go back to work now. You can't put him on the street. There is no there is no way in which Garrett Ralph that police officer Goes back to doing patrol. Because you got a first while you got activist groups that would likely follow this guy around and tell you where he is at all times to somebody recognizes him. It's znachko going to be You're not gonna be able to do that. So how they put him back to work obviously will probably be in a In a different capacity than what he did. But You're already seeing the cracks of the strategy that they used. It didn't even stop the decimation. Remember, I mentioned they burned the Wendy's to the ground, the crime the Wendy's committed by the way. Was an employee, calling the police because someone was passed out in their drive through. Just so we're clear as to why the Wendy's had to be burned. So with that in my eye, don't you The idea that you have a police officer on who is Is good to go for duty, who is also charged by the activist prosecutor. With felony murder. Charge that will never stick. Frankly, I don't know that any of those charges if you again if you watch it. I turned around and people go well, it's a Taser. A Taser used a firearm. Yes, but if you hit the officer with the Taser, they become incapacitated. What a Taser does. And at that point Dude could do whatever he wanted. He may just keep running. He may turn around and kill the police officer. You don't know. So, Yeah. So we'll get you to keep an eye out for that. I don't I don't know. I think they've successfully slow road rolled it a little this week. But once they figure out what they gonna do with Ralph, I'm sure that the Atlanta Journal Constitution will cover it and everyone will lose their crap. So we got that going for us. Um all right. Well, let's That we could stick on the justice trend here. I don't know. I can remember if we did the story initially. Did you hear the story of this? This girl down in Florida? She's 16. Who is accused of rigging. The homecoming queen election. Why you shaking your head? Who cares now? You know not. Who cares that you're doing this story like the story itself. What happened in the story? I can't believe that. Who cares? Uh, very serious. It is. How come come on, man. How dare you? Out. How dare you not understand. Yes, a Florida teenager who allegedly rigged her high school homecoming election facing 16 years in prison after authorities Decided to charge her isn't a new adult. That's what a point out the sheer irony here. So they want to give this girl 16 years? Yes, 16 years She was 16 at the time for rigging the homecoming queen election. Meanwhile,.
860AM The Answer
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"I can't hurt on the BBC. Russia, which claims that its soldiers are not on the ground in eastern Ukraine did recently conduct massive military exercises very close to the border with Ukraine. News and analysis at town hall dot com. The firing of a former Atlanta police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of Ray Shard Brooks last year spend reverse. Garrett Raul filed an appeal in the Atlanta Civil Service board ruled he was not afforded his right to due process. L Chris Stewart is the lawyer representing Brooks, his family we find mind bottling day. Our elected officials and the former chief weren't aware of the proper procedure. Toe fire Enough. Officers found Brooks and falling asleep in his car in the drive through lane of a fast food restaurant. There was a struggle. Brooks grabbed a Taser from one of the officers and fled. An autopsy found he was shot twice in the back. Was that done to temporarily pacified? Protesters and the people around the world that we're upset. Ralph lawyers say their client acted appropriately. I'm Ed Donahue and again on Wall Street this our stock futures higher. Dow futures up 24 points more on these stories, a town hall dot com. I am John Phillips, along with Tom Laurie and Rick Politico, the three rotating CEO hosts on the mentors radio show. Each week We talked with highly successful ethical business owners. C e O c P A S H R experts legal Biggles branding and marketing pros and more. We challenge you thinking about life and work and we have a lot of fun along the way. The mentalist Remarkable CEOs who challenged your thinking about life and work Saturday at one PM on 8 60 AM.
"civil service board" Discussed on WSB-AM
"S, b Atlantis News and talk The time is 6 30 Times. Scott Slade, This is Atlantis. Morning News. W recipes. Top local story big help for Newman and its recovery from the March tornado. We will be Requesting that the administration declared this major disaster and President Biden's responding company Recipes Bill Cayenne shows 49 federal aid is on the way to Georgia. Yes, got a big step in Newman's recovery, The president announced that he has declared Major disaster Senator Jon Ossoff's toward the devastation in Newman in the aftermath of the March 26th ef four Tornado Following Monday. I personally briefed the head of FEMA on the extent of the damage and stressed the need For a major disaster declaration to pave the way for federal emergency assistance. Soft tells W S P s word on the street. Several Georgia counties will benefit after getting ravaged by the tornado outbreak in March. Duncan Pickens, Raven and White counties. There will be federal support coming. Newnan High School suffered extensive damage from the 170 mile per hour winds. Over 1700 homes were damaged or destroyed in Newman reporting live Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB. I'll tell you how long temperatures stay below normal in five minutes. I'm wsb Xeroxes Kirk knowledge. Now they sell side construction is wrapped up for the morning. It's a clear shot. He's to it out of Stockbridge along the I 75 quarter. You're only give you a beautiful sunrise and watch out for the brake lights ahead as you leave six flags. Outing into the right thing by £20 has spoken Industrial Boulevard exit 49 lives in the sky Copters Mama Mark McKay 95.5 wsb this portion of Atlanta's winning new sponsored by Castiel, heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical At 6 32. Here's Amanda lawyer and judge Thing about Atlanta Civil service board rolls A PD must give Officer Garrett Rolls who was charged with murder in the race card. Brooks, killing his job back. WSB is.
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"Brooks is reinstated by the Civil Service board with back pay. Garin Wall froth will not be actively policing. He'll remain on administrative leave while this murder case plays out. Encouraging news for the CDC concerning the pandemic, predicting covert cases and deaths will fall dramatically by mid summer. Thanks to more vaccinations. WSB news time is 6 17 2 American college students vacationing in Italy or sentenced to life in prison for the 2019 murder of a police officer correspondent Sabina Castle Franco reports it was a drug deal that had gone wrong. The defendants had claimed self defense, saying they thought the policeman who had asked him for identification were thugs as they were not in Uniform. The defense will appeal the court's decision. Research finds admission to an intensive care unit is linked to an increased risk of future suicide and self harm. The British Medical Journal is linking ICU admissions to future self harm, while the overall risk is low, researchers say younger patients with a history of psychiatric illness are most at risk, as are those who receive invasive life support correspondent Elise Preston reports. The findings come is the number of ICU admissions around the world have reached all time highs due to the pandemic. Twitter unveils a new feature. Detects mean tweets and prompts users to think before sending them. The prompt will say Want to review this before tweeting Twitter users will have three options in response. Tweet as is edit or DELETE. Reporter Tom Roberts says it's part of an overhaul on several social media platforms on how they handle hate speech and harassment. A milestone test flight for Space X right now we have successfully landed and landing zone. Right on the concrete. The previous four test flights of a starship prototype or only partially successful, all of them, ending with spectacular explosions, either before, during or just after touchdown. This is a big win for Space X, which hopes to eventually develop flight to the moon and beyond. California's facing severe drought conditions, and farmers say there's not enough water to plant all their crops. Tomatoes, sweet corn, some of the products that we love for summer barbecues are simply not getting planted in the quantities that they have in the past. Because there isn't enough water to grow them. California FARM water Coalition director Mike Wade says a lot of farms are going dry. The state's governor is considering a drought declaration. WSB news time 6 19 traffic team will get over a fire and nor cross the traffic impact in.
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"Nations. It's nearly impossible to walk, sometimes in the E. R. And this hour, the state of Boston's mayoral race with six major candidates competing for funds and attention sports. The Celtics win the Red Sox lose an extra innings and the weather sunny skies today I should reach the low sixties. It took so one now the news Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. The Biden administration says it supports have pushed to waive intellectual property protections for covert 19 vaccines as NPR's Scott Dentro reports. The move comes as Corona virus infection surge to their highest levels in countries that are struggling to acquire or distribute vaccines. More than 200 million vaccines have been administered in the U. S. But most countries in the world have barely gotten started. Biden's trade representative Catherine Tie, says the administration quote believes strongly in intellectual property protections, but says extraordinary measures are needed to curb the global health crisis. So the White House is backing waving vaccine patent rights. This won't immediately make more doses available First, the World Trade Organization would need to come to some sort of an agreement, and even if patent protections were lifted, many more steps would remain before generic versions could be produced, distributed and injected into arms around the world. Scott Tetro. NPR NEWS The White House, A Civil Service board in Atlanta, has reinstated of former police officer charged in the death of Ray Shard. Brooks officials say the firing of Garrett Roth was reversed because it was not in line with City code and that no determination was made on whether he violated department policy. Chris Stewart Theater knee representing the Brooks family says they're confused by the decision. Find mind bottling that our elected officials and the former chief weren't aware of the proper procedure. To fire enough 27 year old Ray shard. Brooks was shot and killed by police in the parking lot of the fast food restaurant in Atlanta last year. The shooting took place amid nationwide protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd. Justice Department says an audit and recount of the November election and Maricopa County. Arizona may not be in compliance with federal laws. Ben Giles of member station Cage's reports, the department has sent a letter to the president of the Arizona Senate. The Justice Department's civil rights division is concerned that ballots, voting systems and other materials are no longer in the hands of state and local election officials. Federal law requires those officials to store and safeguard election records. Arizona Senate Republicans subpoenaed election materials from Maricopa County, including nearly 2.1 million ballots, and have since turned them over to a private cyber security firm. The Justice Department is also concerned by the scope of the audit, which includes plans to knock on doors and ask voters questions about their registration and voting history. The attorney wrote. That could violate federal statutes that prohibit voter intimidation. For NPR News. I'm Ben Giles and Phoenix on Wall Street. Stock Futures are trading higher. You're listening to NPR news in Washington. This is not a 0.9, Don't you? Bur Good morning. I'm Bob Oakes Virtual court hearings during the pandemic, our constitutional that, according to state Supreme Court justices, But the court is also ruled that some cases can wait until proceedings can be held in person. Morfogen dulled you. Bur zebra Becker. In a lengthy opinion, the Supreme Judicial Court ruled that because of the public health risks of the pandemic, a virtual hearing is not a violation of the defendant's constitutional right to be present during a hearing defendant John Vasquez DS, who is incarcerated, waived his right to a speedy trial and asked to postpone and evidence hearing until it can be held in person. Writing for the SJC Justice Elspeth Cipher said that technology such a zoom is a close approximation of a courtroom setting and can sufficiently safeguarded defendant's rights. Paper also said the court should take lessons from the pandemic to safeguard the judicial system in the future for 90.9 w bur. I'm Deborah Becker. In the pandemic. The state is reported the deaths of 13 more people from Cove ID. But the seven day average of virus debts is now at its lowest level since last March. 2.7 million people statewide are now fully vaccinated against Cove ID. That's 50,000 more people from Tuesday of this week. This coming weekend. The city of Revere is starting his theories have walk up mobile covert 19 vaccine clinics. The head of Revere's Department of Public Health, Lauren Buck says the goal is to reach people who need more scheduling flexibility. So now it's reaching the people who works seventies a week. Or maybe you don't have transportation, or maybe have Ah, some hesitancy around going to a clinic at a certain location. Maybe some language barriers, something like that. Clinics in Revere are scheduled to run through the end of this month. Visitors to downtown Chatham will still be required to wear facemasks despite new state and federal guidance. Under that guidance, it's now acceptable to skip the masks as long as people can maintain proper distance. Even still, Chatham's Board of Health unanimously voted to keep its mandatory mask zone in place for now in its downtown. Nearly one in three people statewide or experiencing food insecurity. A new survey from the Greater Boston Food Bank finds black and Latino residents are much more likely to be having trouble finding enough nutritious food to eat on a consistent basis, then White and Asian residents Food Bank says the number of people with difficulty finding access to food as risen 55% from pre pandemic levels. The time is six ho sex were funded by you, our listeners and by Numa personalized weight loss program designed to give people knowledge to set new goals and the tools to stick to them for good. Learn more at noon and ole m dot com Sports. Alex got out to an early lead last night in Orlando and never looked back. They creamed the magic 1 32 to 96 cells visit the Chicago Bulls tomorrow..
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"Markets three minutes in episode five times a week, thoughts on the market. From WSB in Atlanta. Welcome to this Wednesday edition of Closer Look, I'm Rose Scott will begin with this the firing of the level of the Atlanta police officer charged in the killing of Ray Shard Brooks last summer. Well, the decision has been reversed. He he will be reinstated. The decision came earlier today from the Atlanta Civil Service Board will have more on that in just a moment. But first this as you just heard on NPR. Centers for Disease Control director Dr Rochelle Walensky says the nation could be close to being out of the woods with the covert 19 pandemic. However, the models give us an important reminder. They project that local conditions and emerging variants are putting many states at risk for increases in covert 19 cases, especially if we do not increase the rate of vaccinations. And if we do not keep our current mitigation strategies in place until we have a critical mass of people vaccinated. Now coming up later, we'll hear how the city of Smyrna still plans to fight the virus After lifting some covert 19 restrictions. Mayor Derek Norton joins me in just a moment now here in Georgia, more than 6.2 million vaccine doses have been administered. And right now we are told that 2026% of Georgians are fully vaccinated. Now, Here's where we get some interesting discrepancy in numbers. The total number of cases confirmed. You know, we tell you all this every day since last year, according to the George Apartment of Health is 7 882,764 again. According to the George apartment, public health, the number of total confirmed cases coronavirus cases is 800. You 2764. But that number is much, much higher. The data that's provided by the Johns Hopkins coronavirus dashboard. It list Georgia with more than a million confirmed cases. More than 20,000 deaths. So we're working to get some clarity for that now has mentioned the city's Civil service board is reinstating former LAPD Officer Garrett role after his rough after his termination in regards to the shooting death of racial Art Brooks in this five page decision. Former officer Garrett Ralph quote was not afforded his right to due process. Close quote at this time. Ross still faces charges for fatally shooting Brooks last year in the southwest Atlanta Wendy's parking lot. The attorneys for Brooks Families are holding a press conference. At this moment. We have more on that later in the program, But joining me now is w eb legal analyst Page Pate and Defense Attorney Pace I know you're on a roll. Thanks for taking the time I appreciate it. Absolutely rose. First Page your reaction to this decision by Atlanta Civil Service board. Well, I'm not entirely surprised by it, and I think it is critical for everyone to understand that the board is not saying that Officer Ralph acted appropriately. They're not overturning the finding that he used excessive force. In fact, they didn't really address that at all. The only thing the board is doing is saying that the city Did not follow its own policies and procedures when they terminated him so quickly after after Brooks was shot, so it basically is Decision based on the process and not the merits of the kick. Exactly. We should note that the Civil Service Board does not render a judgment in terms of officer offs actions but solely on the process. To fire him and in page Also, the Civil Service board has, although they've reversing the termination off officer Garrett Roth is important to note according to them. That because Officer Ralph has criminal charges related to this incident, he will remain on administrative leave until those charges are resolved. So he still we received payment. Yes, he will. And that's entirely appropriate really. When someone is under criminal investigation, but has not been found guilty. They are presumed innocent and for almost all state officers. On. I don't mean just police officers that people that work in state government elected and appointed officials there, given that presumption While the case is pending, they can't do their regular job. They're going to be suspended. Unless there's a separate finding, um they will be suspended with pay and allowed toe keep the position pending the outcome of the criminal case. And page according to the board. A PD could conduct an assessment to determine if additional investigative actions are needed. So this is how do you assess that? Is it They could come back and say, Well, he we are going to now proceed with terminating him again. Is that what it sounds like? That's exactly right. I mean, nothing is to prevent a PD from following the procedures. It should've followed in the first place and and done an investigation and made a finding that You know, this guy is a danger to the department. And even if we take away his gun and put him in a desk or even send him home for a period of time, there are reasons why he should clearly be terminated from the Police Department public relations. Position of the department consistency, Whatever. Yeah, they can go back and do it the right way Now, will they do that? That remains to be safe. Meanwhile, page, it's still the question. I think you and I talked about this last time is what the district attorney of the Fort Unkindest attorney's office is doing, because again, these charges were brought under Paul Howard. He Did not win reelection. Funny. Willis is now the full context of attorney Still up to her office to decide whether or not they want to continue with the charges that were brought under Paul Howard, or could they dropped the charges and initiated a new investigation? What's taking so long here? Well, I mean, I don't know the answer to that question. I think that probably has to come from the D. A's office from this Willis. Herself. I do know she is encountered some obstacles. She did not anticipate. She assumed that you know, when she said she had a conflict, the ages office would appoint another prosecutor were clearly that didn't happen. So she now has to decide. Am I going to simply abandon the case investigated the way Perhaps it should have been investigated prior to the indictment brought would Paul Howard was in office? Or do I try again to get somebody else to take it? You know, it's Ah, It's an unfortunate position for this important case to be it. When we really don't know if there's actually going to be a criminal determination of what he did, or now, apparently, even a still determination on the department and if your officer Roth and someone would say, Well, let's be fair about this because at some point You have to wonder. Is there gonna be a time limit on this? You kid His Defense. Say Look, you all need to do something now or give us some indication which, where you gonna go. Yeah. I mean, they could do that. But I think if you're representing the officer at this point, you're fine with the delay. You know, she's at home receiving a salary. You don't want to force him back into the department. That's just going to create a lot more controversy and really force an issue you probably don't want to deal with now and also, the longer the case is, it remains uncertain as far as criminal prosecution. It's usually better for a defendant..
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"The Senate passes out, the House and Senate will convene and work out any differences and get it to my desk and I'll be signing it. So yeah. I supported and I believe it should reach my desk and we should have constitutional carrying Texas. Um all right. That was the end. Bill. Was that clipped or did we just get out too quick? All right. What's Let's get that fixed. Also. Also, I wanted to bring this up to you as well. A vote for Propositions A and B. Is a vote for allowing people who were not you if you've got some there just this down with just shut down, Prop A and B. Um not U. S citizens. All right. Propositions A and B is a vote for allowing people who are not U. S citizens who individuals who are Not currently a registered or qualified voter or qualified, taxpaying citizen to serve on advisory committees. This would open up eligibility to Ah, Whole bunch of Dallas residents, um, property. Eliminates the requirement that a member of a board or commission created by the city charter be registered or qualified to vote on. Bennett goes on now eliminate the requirement. Remember a board or commission created by the city charter will be a registered qualified voters that make any sense that anybody No, This is the insidious, creeping benefit of illegal immigration When you don't care about the border, and Democrats don't When you don't care about the rule of law as it applies the citizenship and immigration rights which Democrats don't then you end up with this prop be in the city of Dallas. Eliminates the requirement that a member of the Civil Service board be a qualified taxpaying citizen, the would be amended to eliminate the requirement. That a member of civil service be qualified, taxpaying citizen, So you want a bunch of people that aren't even qualified to vote? Or have no citizenship to be setting. Um, on these these boards. Does that make sense to anybody? Um, just in case you haven't heard of this. I thought you should hear it. Proper A and property. All right, Let's go to Jerry and Temple. Jerry, How're you doing? I'm doing all right. Ricky, are you I'm good. Thanks The clip that you played from the governor about constitutional period, and he said that it was in the Senate Attic Special Committee. And then it was going to be Possibly come back with some changes to the house and work out the differences and then he would sign it. That is where this bill is going to die. I'm pretty familiar with that with what's going on here. The Senate bill. There is a Senate bill for constitutional period that's been put before the Senate. And Patrick when he came out 10 days ago or so it said he didn't have the votes. Um All of a sudden A Senate bill showed up the house have been working on a bill 1927 for some time now the Senate this will just showed up on on the floor. When when? When 1927 came from the house, Okay, So what are you saying? Jerry? I'm saying that they're playing a little political football right here. They're kicking it back and forth and what's going to end up happening is is the committee, the special committee that has been formed and their meeting on Thursday? And a special committee hearings. They're gonna possibly mean the white is it looks like it's going to go. Is there going to end up amending the bill 1927 from the house? They'll kick it around in the Senate to come up with their amendments and everything else and then they're going to send it back to the house and we're going to run out of time, the Legislature of said. It's legislated so you don't drink. You don't believe that politically, They wanna pass constitutional character. I think they're I think they're jacking with this. They're saying all the right. No. Hang on, Jerry. Let's stay to the point. You don't believe constitutional. Carrie will pass the Senate. Without being watered down. Wanna have you? But more importantly, if I'm hearing you, right, you believe they're going to play out the clock? That's exactly right. Okay, jury. I appreciate the call very much for those of you That didn't hear the governor when he came on just a little bit ago. I'll have that again for you. What do you want to do that coming out the bottom? Yeah, we'll do it out of the bottom of the hour on news, talk A 20 w b A p Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time. My main focus was I won't be healthy. I don't want to be sick. I don't want to get a cold. I don't want to get the flu. I was just trying to make sure that I can get up each day. And not go on. My gosh, I feel like crap. I don't want to get out of bed. I wanted to like, all right, Let's go. E like I've accomplished at it. They got the energy that I need and I don't get sick. It's good. So I'm attributing that to the balance of nature and it's like Wow, Man, this is this is great..
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"FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly, the FBI says two agents who were shot and killed in South Florida yesterday. We're working a child pornography case at the time. Two were killed at an apartment in a suburb of Fort Lauderdale. Three other agents were wounded. The FBI says a suspect opened fire on agents Daniel Alphen and Laura Schwarzenberger as they attempted to serve a warrant. The suspect was also killed. In Georgia to Atlanta police officers fired for using excessive force are getting their jobs back Lily Oppenheimer with member station W. Abe says the officers were fired during protests in the city last summer. Atlanta Civil Service Board revoked the dismissals of Ivory Streeter and Mark Gardner, saying the city did not follow personnel regulations. Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms and then police chief Erica Shields fired the officers after police body cameras showed them dragging two local college students from their car and then tasing them. Both were rising seniors at historically black colleges. Shields, who stepped down as police chief less than a month later told the board extraordinary circumstances resulted in her decision to fire the pair. Officers could still face an internal investigation and criminal charges. Streeter and Gardner will remain on administrative leave until those charges are resolved. This is NPR news from Washington. This is w N. Y. C in New York at 6 32. Good morning. I'm David first. Mostly cloudy today with a high of 36 New York City is now reporting 13 cases of the UK Corona virus variant, which spreads 50% faster than the original strain. Double the one my sees it. See contact Pan reports. Health Commissioner Dr Dave Choksi says these cases were spotted thanks to a push for more genetic sequencing. Ah, higher level of viral testing. Since the start of the year, the city has sequenced about 1500 covert cases and more surveillance is on the way. We are significantly ramping up that capacity over the coming weeks, so that we have On additional lens into how the very answer evolving in New York City City officials say they assume the variants from Brazil in South Africa are also already here, even though they haven't been detected yet. Early results suggest some covert 19 vaccines can neutralize the variance, but that could change. But the virus keeps surging, which offers more chances to evolve. Activists and elected officials were suggesting ways that New York City can improve vaccine equity. Mark Levin chairs the City Council's Health committee. He says the city should be going to elderly or disabled New Yorkers who can't get to a clinic. Must include door to door. Ordered or scheduling, but also door to door delivery of the vaccine. Data released this weekend show that even though people of color have been hardest hit by the pandemic, White New Yorkers have been vaccinated at three times the rate of black and Latino residents. That's the sound of music coming from an empty storefront on.
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"You fired A PD officers win back their jobs after video shows them tasing. Two college kids caught in the middle of street protests last summer, Attorney Lance LaRussa tells me Atlanta police investigators Mark Gardner and Ivory Streeter feel vindicated after the Civil Service board agreed their due process was violated when they were fired without an investigation on whether they used excessive force, arresting two college students because lawful force will never look good on a video instead of saying it looks bad, so we need to do something. There should have been a presumption that these were highly trained officers and maybe what they did was approach. Criminal charges are still pending. The Russo says The officers who were ousted June 1st are expected to get back pay Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB Atlanta Rapper Celente is facing murder charges in the shooting death of his cousin in the cab 23 year old Ricky Lamar Hawks Jail without Bond If the fatal shooting of Frederick Brooks and Panthers Ville detectives do not disclose a motive, Hawkes, a graduate of Re Dan, Hi, Watch Me was a huge hit for him, but he's been arrested multiple times in recent months for speeding do best. Violence and weapons counts. One Rochester, New York police officers suspended two others are on administrative leave after nine year old girl is handcuffed and pepper sprayed by police responding to a domestic call. The incident caught on body Cam is leading to protest demanding change within the department know Mardi Gras parades. No problem with Mardi Gras parades and other celebrations canceled amid the pandemic. The idea of decorating homes like Carnival floats emerged more docked on this map than I ever imagined. Taking. Boudreau with the crew of House floats, says the map shows decked out houses and about half of the states and in half a dozen countries, reporter Dave Cohen says there are all sorts of Yardy graw themes, including one dedicated Dolly Parton and she has sent Dolly swag in. Thanks. WSB news time. 6 25 completely lost with Kobe calendar is today Fat Tuesday? No. Two weeks. Okay. Thank you. 25.
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"Their jobs after video shows them tasing. Two college kids caught in the middle of street protests last summer, Attorney Lance LaRussa tells me Atlanta police investigators Mark Gardner and Ivory Streeter feel vindicated after the Civil Service board agreed their due process was violated when they were fired without an investigation on whether they used excessive force, arresting two college students because lawful force will never look good on a video instead of saying it looks bad, so we need to do something. There should have been a presumption that these were highly trained officers and maybe what they did was approach. Criminal charges are still pending. The Russo says The officers who were ousted June 1st are expected to get back pay Veronica Waters.
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"Collins of Maine, it was very good exchange of views. Wouldn't say that we Came together on a package tonight. No one expected that in a two hour meeting. But what we did agree to do is to follow up and tuck further. Biden's plans call for an additional $1.9 trillion in federal spending. The 10 GOP senators air calling for about 618 Billion to Atlanta police officers fired after they were captured on video forcibly pulling a peer of college students out of their car and placing them under arrest during protest last May. Letting last May have had their firings reversed. We were able to get a civil service board hearing and were able to prove to the board satisfaction that the officers were denied due process, the city failed to follow the order. Min says and failed to follow their own policies, and the board ordered them reinstated their attorney, Lance Larus, hotels, WSB, the officers should get back pay as they have not been paid since last June. You may be waiting a while to get the code vaccine from the Health Department. If you live in Cobb or Douglas County's so Cobb in Douglas County Health Department is pausing appointments for vaccinations for covert 19 until more doses become available as spokesman for the governor's office is there simply isn't enough. Even with a 146,000 doses, the state is receiving it. This week. Those who already have appointments for their first or second dose will not be affected unless they're contacted. There are two million people in that first category eligible to be vaccinated center Parish 95.5 WSB WSB news time is 7 32. Joyner's.