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"clifton blackwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is WNYC 93.9 FM and a.m. 8 20 NPR news and the New York conversation Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly There's a court hearing today for the man charged with carrying out a deadly shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo New York The 18 year old has pleaded not guilty The attack at the top's friendly market left ten people dead the director of the FBI says it was a targeted and racist attack Those killed were black investigators say a private online diary kept by the suspect whose white shows he wrote about staging a live streamed attack on African Americans as early as last November A judge in Wisconsin has sentenced a man to ten years in prison for throwing acid in another man's face three years ago The judge told Clifton Blackwell he acted with hate when he attacked the man at a bus stop Blackwell is white the injured man is Latino Eddie Morales with member station Wu WM has more Blackwell was waiting for a bus when he told maud violas that his truck was parked illegally and the bus stop zone The men exchanged words and Blackwell asked violas who's a naturalized U.S. citizen from Peru why he invaded his country Blackwell then threw sulfuric acid and violas face Milwaukee county circuit judge gene keyes sentenced Blackwell to ten years in prison and 5 years on extended supervision She said Blackwell was not provoked and that his actions were diabolical For NPR news I'm Eddie Morales in Milwaukee This is NPR news from Washington And it's WNYC at 5 32 Good morning I'm Michael hill mid 50s in rain out there later cloudy in a high of 66 6 trains are running with delays this morning in the city Governor Kathy hochul is taking a series of measures to strengthen gun laws and combat violence by white supremacists They include an executive order bolstering the state's red flag law on gun sales It would require state police to issue an extreme risk order for people they deem threats to themselves or others The measures come just days after a mass shooting in Buffalo killed ten people the Justice Department is investigating the massacre as a hate crime The truth is the most serious threat we face as a nation is from within It's not from the Russians It's not from people elsewhere It's white supremacism It's white nationalism And the governor says she has singled out the role of social media companies including Twitch where the gunmen live streamed their shooting Police officers in New Jersey don't need a license or a special certification where they join the force but governor Phil Murphy proposes a law to change that Policing is perhaps the only skilled profession left in New Jersey that does not provide individuals with a license that shows beyond any doubt that they have been through rigorous training and are not just expected to but are required to live up to the highest professional standards Governor Murphy wants to set up a police licensing program it would require officers to pass a psychological exam and by statewide standards rather than differing rules set by New Jersey's more than 500 local and county police departments it would also require officers to renew their standing every three years and the state could revoke licenses for misconduct more than 40 other states require licensing or certification to become a police officer New York regulators are finalizing the rules for the first batch of licenses for recreational cannabis dispensaries The state wants to reserve the first 100 to 200 licenses for people who have passed marijuana convictions or their family members applicants must also have experienced running a profitable business The rules are still open for public comment until the end of the month More to.
"clifton blackwell" Discussed on KOMO
"Senate a measure making it easier for lower income women to use their women infants and children benefits to purchase formula Four days after buffalo the House passed and measured a beef up the fight against violent white nationalist extremism It will die in the Senate where Republicans want no part of it A judge in Milwaukee sentenced Clifton Blackwell to ten years in prison in 2019 Blackwell whose white through drain cleaner in the face of a Hispanic man and a dispute over viola's perceived immigration status Blackwell refused to apologize Richard kantu ABC News Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station Northwest news radio Good evening I'm Kelly blyler and here's what's happening Washington state is about to speed up its efforts to house the homeless details from Jeff pojo up Governor inslee announced the state will begin buying hotels motels and apartment buildings The idea is that these existing properties can be more quickly converted to supportive housing than building something new The program is made possible by funding the legislature approved earlier this year And I'm extremely pleased that the legislature joined me in making sure that we have rapid support of housing so we can get people off of our right of ways out of our parks out of squalor provide them supportive services and in to shelter on a quick order Also part of the program according to the governor is an effort to clear homeless encampments from state property most notably freeways Jeff Poe's northwest news radio More encouraging signs that tourism is bouncing back around Seattle air travel out of sea tac was at 92% of capacity in April hotel occupancy rates are climbing and the threat of COVID-19 doesn't appear to be hurting the cruise business to my dively is head of performance and budget for King County With these new omicron variants particularly if you're vaccinated you may get it but you're not going to get very sick in the vast majority of cases And I think a lot of people are just saying that's worth it to me I'm going to take that chance Dive Lee says hotel occupancy rates jump to 95% in the areas where conventions are being held in downtown Seattle 98 conventions were canceled during the pandemic 22 every book for 2022 Economic recovery from the pandemic means striking a balance for one local county leader Ryan Harris has that story Workforce development even in snohomish county which has a skilled workforce along with things like child care and public safety are among county executive Dave somers priorities but near the top of summer's list is housing which he says is too expensive to be sustainable for working families and pricey to build more Summer says he is looking at how the county can continue to grow Working with our cities to accommodate growth in the future I'm also mindful though we have extremely valuable rural areas that need to be protected at a basis of our agriculture forestry recreation And so finding that balance is going to be important for the future Summer says those rural areas have incorporated Agri tourism to give them an added boost Andy says tourism will likely also help small businesses to recover In snohomish county Ryan Harris northwest.
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Man charged with hate crime in Milwaukee acid attack
"A sixty one year old Milwaukee man faces a hate crime charged after allegedly throwing acid in the face of US citizen who emigrated from Peru telling Mr VLS prior to his violent attack on him why did you invade my country Clifton Blackwell faces a single charge first degree reckless injury but the sentencing enhancers of hate crime and use of a dangerous weapon have been included I'm to
Suspect in acid attack on Hispanic man charged with hate crime
"Milwaukee prosecutors are charging a sixty one year old man with a hate crime after allegedly tossed battery acid on the face of a Hispanic man the hate crime decision allows prosecutors to seek an enhanced sentence against Clifton Blackwell if he's convicted of first degree reckless injury prosecutors say Blackwell confronted a Hispanic man over the way he parks near a restaurant throwing acid on him and accusing him of being in the country illegally also asking him why he was invading the country the victim was born in Peru but is a U. S. citizen Ribeiro ABC