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"I found my mother totally gave up but hearing him reading statements. My mother made brought some comfort. And i don't think they realized the comforts that brian was just thing. My mother's words being broken. That's he was trying to find justice for her daughter. And i just feel. Can i do anything with the case. Kyle if i was able to read it probably not that it would bring that bit of comfort to know that the the is have been dotted. T.'s crossed an at this point in time. My last conversation with that was june first day it said they still had a couple of pieces of physical evidence that they were hoping to test. They were getting the next system in massachusetts which is a vacuum system it can extract dna from objects and they felt that they still had a couple of objects they could test. So that was june. First this is now. September seven have not heard anything from them so we wait and we see. Is your mother's still alive. My mother died in two thousand thirteen. So unfortunately your mother didn't live long enough to see justice for theresa but she lived to two thousand thirteen so it looks like she held out for as long as she could. She waited patiently. She did it was. I don't know some families at different but we never talked about theresa. We've just never did. I think it was because it just hurt so much. It hurts when you lose somebody in that way and kind of more or less. Even the town of bellingham hit the rumors. And i'm sure maybe my mother her the moma's more than me because i went to high school in bellingham but then moved off. What show school when you hear rumors that the cops in the town were protecting the sky. Rani that there was a cover up and when you own town clerk says the powers that be don't want this song and there's just too much going on like in the small town of like somebody knows from them but they're not coming forward. It's overwhelming you don't know what to do within information. I think this morning character. I really do feel he wanted to talk. I think he knew what happened. I can't say one hundred percent that he was involved. But i think he knew who was involved and he actually said to this bartender or slash owner of this place pete's bluebird and that's this is a like a county restaurant bar that a lot of cops who go to he'd go in there and he'd be trying to talk about my sister and the bartender tell me he said to ronnie. If he has to say just go tell you know ronnie would be pulled in for some other offense and at that point in time he wanna start talking about my sister. The police shut the interviews down because either ronnie was high or he was drunk or whatever or he didn't wanna talk into a tape recorder. But what i learned was that his very first even though he went into the bellingham police station. Nineteen seventy eight. Afghans that her body. He wasn't officially interviewed. The nineteen eighty nine eleven years after the murder. It was like why did they let how long ago this guy walks into the police station. He shouldn't have known about the body on the highway. He did but they don't question them till eleven years later. That's me and you did say that ronnie is now deceased. Is that correct. He is dead. You did say that you have a facebook page for this case if so can you give me some information about how people can find your facebook page yes. Justice theresa bellingham mass nineteen seventy eight. Is the facebook page. I started that in two thousand fifteen and right from the beginning. I was getting messages left and right a lot of different theories and for a while i would say for a year and a half. I was getting all of the some of the rumors but people come forward to say. Hey i heard about this. And i just different tip that i would get and i would forward them. I tore the everything. I got to the state police whether or not they follow up on them. It's anybody's best. Guess so if anyone does have tips who would they report them to so right. Now it's a norfolk county. Da's office that's located in canton and the day police. Detective is jeffrey cut. Kaos gay. there's actually on even on my page and even on the bellingham police website. There is a tip line number actually. The state police threw away a billboard. Company actually erected a billboard in the town of franklin referring to my sister's murder. Has this franklin murder even though she was founded bellingham. It just seems like it was just too much. That's not enough information. Being passed off correctly and with that my final question for you is for anyone. That's listening to the podcast. If they know anything about what happened to your sister teresa corley. What would you say to that person or persons. I really have to. What the hell you wait and for but one of these people waiting for. It's been forty three years. My husband and i would just discussing this today. And i'm thinking david and his family there from kentucky. I think maybe part of the bible belt but his kids know there has been some innuendo about him and do supposed to be religious. And all this and it's like why not you coming forward. Why aren't you encouraging him to come forward in at least talk to me what i got from david possess letter from a lawyer threatening to charge me with harassment because i would crawl him and inquire right to him. 'cause i want the information and when i told the lawyer what happened to my sister. I heard nothing else from her. So i'm thinking david quite honest with his lawyer about what happened. The entire is. There's a lot of people dying the people that may have been involved back then. They're dying in there taking this information with them like the guy in the apartment i knocked on his door dune i i said i just had to look at you to see and this is like for my own sense of justice. I'm to live this evil in the eye because you with my sister in her last hour and i look at him. he's sitting in a wheelchair. He looks like he has probably pretty heart. Disease diabetes been days a number. And tell me what you know if you believe david raped. My sister may have gone after her after. What are you waiting for. Come forward and in some ways. I feel i have my answers i feel. I know who didn't and i'm thinking living not their best lives. And that concludes the story of theresa. Corley what happened at theresa on that december evening back in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. There's a group of men who picked her up in two different truck drivers from a local business. Who saw her that evening. Jerry believes that one or more of the men who picked her up or involved in raping and killing her sister. These manner now much older and experiencing health issues. It's possible that some of them may even be clinging onto life. do you know who killed teresa. Perhaps one of these men told the relative to clear their conscience. Someone out there knows who killed teresa. It's possible at several people know. Think about jerry hood for a moment many years without knowing who killed her sister teresa just as easily have been your sister and or mother. What if someone raped murdered and dumped your loved one along a highway when you want someone to tell the police who did it. If you have any tips about this case please contact the bellingham. Police tip line at five. Zero eight six five seven to eight six three or the franklin police tip line at five zero eight four four zero two seven eight zero. Or you can also contact the norfolk county. District attorney's tip line at six one seven five nine three eight eight four zero. And if you would like to report a tip jerry hood or learn more about this case. Please visit the justice. For theresa corley bellingham m a nineteen seventy eight facebook page where you can reach out to her. 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"Was only about a thirteen minute. Walk from that point to our house. Somewhere along the line. She was picked up by. God knows who. And then that was the fourth to the fifth and then on december eight shoes found on the highway. When i put out my facebook page i had a woman come forward and say the me. Yeah there there have been many multiple. People that have been brought forward has suspects but i was told that my sister was picked up by a group. The second group of guys that were in a van. They picked her up not show what happened between the van and highway but the woman said her husband had threatened her one so what he did to the girl and the highway he would do to her. He had friends that would do that to her. If she didn't comply with what he wanted you know his wife to do so. She was pretty adamant that it was her husband. And a group of other guys that picked up my sister subsequently and killed her. During this part of the interview. Jerry reveals the identity of a man named ronald he seemingly knew about the death of theresa corley before the public or even. The police failing kind of interesting thing with that is one of. The guys was ronald. That supposedly the van was owned by him and ronald went into the police station. The day calling in saying that there's a body on for ninety five. It was come on man by the name of john. Burlington john bronson clamped. He had pulled over to relieve himself. That who's heading home to connecticut. Meanwhile he was on four ninety. Five north on connecticut is south of bellingham but either way he was on four ninety five north pole to relieve themselves new saw body down in. Golly so as that call was going into the police station in walks this ronald to say is that theresa coli spotting on the side of the road. You should not have known anything about the body. Being on the side of the road. Roundup was a relative by marriage to the bellingham police detective. He's also like a notorious drug dealer in the area and he was also related by marriage to one of the guys in the parliament. That initially picked theresa rob so whether he had knowledge of who did it or was present when the body was placed on for ninety five. I model just that but the i actually went to him on. Therese's birthday this past june to ask them. You know some questions. Yeah my state police onto anything with this guy. And i wanted to now from my towel and what he said to me was. Your sister was drunk. She probably shouldn't have gotten drunk blaming the victim. I said the drinking age at the time was eighteen but either way he was blaming her forgetting so drunk and you shouldn't have gotten john because if she didn't get throng she wouldn't have ended up dead so his morals for something i cannot even think about dealing with just his whole his whole being of how he did nothing wrong in this situation. I said either. Way you'll with a group of guys that picked up skirl. He admitted to me that he felt david. Rapes my sister. And as far as i know the state police kevin gone back to requestion. Steve you know about david or the involvement biggest thing being is one of our as actually said to us at one point to my sister. Diane nice that. I said so if dna evidence comes back as david where done because we know he had sex with her and the apartment whether it was rape or sex we know we would expect maybe his dna to be found but fast forward to two thousand twenty dna evidence came back from the degraded dna found on a pair of male gene found next to my naked sister on four ninety five and they had david in. Hey on them now the current ada does. There's nothing that can be done with that evidence at this point time because you jackie relation does not equal penetration penetration. So that's where we are now. Is david still alive today. He is alive and he lives in kentucky. There's another guy who was the original guy that wanted to pick up my sister to have sex with her. He was thrown out of the apartment early. Because according to this steve he was making lewd comments. Guys were irritated with him. They threw him out of the apartment that he was banging on the door. His cousin was good friends with my sister. Karen and his cousin actually contacted me and said michael's his name. He was trying to get back into the apartment in the guys who let them it. My theory is i wonder michael is actually trying to get back in to help. Save her now. Did you ever find out who was renting the apartment. So i'm not sure whose apartment it was but soon after the murder and her body being found none of them were charged with anything because the victims now dead on the side of highway. They couldn't prove anything. I don't know what happened. Between the morning of december fifth to went to was found some people choose brought to an apartment and there was a party going on it seems like a lot of people in college her between the fifth and the eighth whether or not that's true. I'm not sure so. I'd like to go back to the two truck drivers that picked up your sister. Can you elaborate a little bit more on. That did that happen before. Or after allegedly she was picked up by the group of four guys and take into the apartment. Bell the group of guys. So it's like eleven thirty at night. Theresa leave this chain top this town bar and franklin and she picked up by the ford guys she gets out of the apartment somehow around four four thirty in the morning so the presidential arms was probably two three miles from bellingham centers so she was trying to make her way home and franklin of guerrilla firearms truck driver. He's her leaning on the side about guardrail and he picked her up. He was going into work in his own. Private vehicle keep picked her up near the four ninety five entrance. And frankly like but probably a good. I would say mile from girl at times. They couldn't take hitchhikers but he was going into work and as far as i know he left her at the gate when he was going in. Now the driver was coming out to do his route. He saw her standing there. He knew he couldn't pick up hitchhikers but he had her come into the truck and when she had gone into the truck. According to bob ward. Who is a boston. Twenty-five news reporter. This is my to some of his interviews. And mrs inquiries he said she got into the district and she was mad how she was angry that these guys assaulted her. She was telling the truck driving even though she was a bit in current time that these guys assaulted her and she was mad. The truck driver a guest in no one else to do with her. He was calling by the police department and decided to drop her off their thinking. She would go in as far as we know she didn't go in. There are rumors thing that maybe she did. Go in and what happened once you got in there. Who knows but about five thirty in the morning did a roadblock they stop people that had seen her walking and then after that she's gone from the side of the road so do you think that it's possible that maybe either of the drivers was lying or do you think another possibility is that after your sister was dropped off at the police station. Maybe she didn't go in for unknown reasons but she did manage to get away from the men the apartment and they may have been angry or they maybe didn't want her talk so they got back in the car when it looking for her. Because you know as possible she escaped and then they found her and then did something to her. So what are your thoughts about those possibilities. So two thousand fifteen. I stand in my enquiries at that point in time. They never even had the truck drivers. Dna looks they placed in. Have the truck drivers they in a and lift my pushing right now. This is a man now in his eighties and they eventually requested him. Now this is how many years later like this is two thousand fifteen to the they might have requested them in two thousand eighteen and they got his dna and what they felt was his story was genuine then he checked out. He expressed a lot of regrets. Try not either taking her home army on the police station. They ruled him on the suspect in my gut. I'm feeling the guys went after her. I'm talented guys in the apartment. From what i've been told. I think they went after her looking for her. And just so fact that running knew about her body on the side of the road and that there was like some sort of relationship with him. I think they went and prime. The gardner and my hope is that other names have a march and i can't really quite one hundred heavy. Sure why people would bring for these other particular guys but i- cold called people. I the names i gone. The guys i called and never got in touch with michael puzder guy then. Originally said hey. I want to pick up and have sex with her as told by his family. All he's a schizophrenic. She's very fragile. Don't bother him as father told me that happened over thirty years ago when i inquired. Don't bother him but they weren't saying that i'm living with my sisters hound raped and murdered on the side of four ninety five and all these people like us sit back and see none of them. One take responsibility for any of their role and what happened. Turn that night. I and just the fact that i still that steve was frantically looking for somebody that night. And why would he just randomly show up at her boyfriend's apartment looking for somebody if he didn't think that may be true. So maybe had backtracked had gone there. And steve i get that. He was blaming her year. Old girl from going out and drinking and having a good time why did she get drunk and it was like it was baffling to me his whole and toward what happened that night. I actually hired a private investigator to do. Some inquiries and david dodged me. He kept saying he would call me. He let me know what happened that night and he never called me and when i got was she just went into his room and fell asleep and that was all that happened. Nobody touched her and obviously if if the anna showed up somewhere on clothing that was left with her. A little bit more happened than him just letting her win in and go to sleep and he left the state really quick. I wanna say by nineteen eighty. He fathered a child in nineteen eighty. One so i know he was in massachusetts but either way they never pursued any type of assault or rape charges even though they quote have their statement. That's where we are now. Yeah i think those guys went after her So have you been able to circle back and speak to the boyfriend of your sister from that time or spoken to anyone else. That was in the bar that night that saw her. Have you spoken to any of them. Recently yeah talked to several people so she went that night from work. It was just anybody just hanging out at this local bar and her supervisor. Sales was present until two women that she hung around with. And i would hear a name. And i called them and and what i heard was. Oh yeah we've just loved her so much and then we get to the question of but she was drought right. Yeah she's honest and nobody stopped her so even her best friend at the time her name was met with her. A couple of times in a line would cry. She looked at me telling me. I look so much like my sister that my sister wanted to leave. She's ready to leave yet and she regretted that she let her walk out the door and the boyfriend. I did call early on. And if those other guys weren't suspects he would be my number. One main reason being is that when i called him. I got anger. i got hostility. I asked about trees. Because i had read and what my sister. Diane also thought she ran. It was either a lab report or an autopsy report that my mother had over kerr refrigerator and it had said that chain galatian but also that there were quail and eggs in her system so my biggest question was who would give somebody eggs. Because i remember just being young seventeen and i'm looking at. How long does it take eggs to digest cool. Could've sat her eggs. And i'm thinking how can somebody feed somebody then kill them. Yeah i it just like just these things that go through your mind by ask the boyfriend i said to treat the duquela and he said no sh absolutely didn't she might have smoked a little pot but she didn't do any hard drugs so then i'm thinking in my head also how to quayle is gonna assist unless somebody spike because according to people. She was unusual only drunk that night. It wasn't like her to get totally without and that that night. She was gone like she was more drunk than anybody had ever seen her. So then i wonder what she more drugged. Somebody slipped her something state police deny so they have the autopsy report and two thousand fifteen are very first meeting. I asked for a copy of the autopsy report and i was told by an assistant. Da yochon you can have the autopsy report you'll just have to get it yourself. Okay fair enough. I contacted the medical examiner and they told me oh no. We didn't archive those till night after nineteen eighty three. You'd have to go back to the da's office. So i did next thing. I know i get a letter in the mail. Have the tops report. It's an ongoing investigation until you see the run around and on the kearns detective. I know he's still the current detective than that. Because it's an ongoing clues you know. Investigation can have the autopsy but he said change. There were no eggs or klay loose in the lab report. Now my sister. And i both remember reading it and whether or not had something that they're holding close to the vest if this investigation goes anywhere i don't know why they would deny. Was there a lot things that they'd do bafflement. They won't give any information whatsoever because it's an ongoing murder investigation and i'm guessing that this means that nothing is being done about this case. Currently right this december it will be forty three years. And i had to say in two thousand fifteen i. I said i paid thing. You know what there needs to be something done. So that family members can get access to these records to be able to either hire their own private investigator or just. Everybody wants that closure by one day. When i went in term meeting with the the detective and the new because it seems also every time you turn around. There's a new assistant. Da being assigned a new detective. So the case turns to really. Who's on first right. And then you have one assistant. Da saying no jerry. We have this statements. If that evidence is david will be able to do something within. And then you get the next one thing. Ejaculation doesn't prove penetration. We can't do anything with it. But you pushing. The approach is is how four foyer question trying to get that information. And you can't get anything i've gotten redacted information if you google traces name there'll be some police records and there but nothing that you can say as a family. Oh okay. I see what happened here. I can put this aside now. Because i see that they've worked on this. They've tried one day. The detective read to me either report and it was something that my mother had come forward with and just hearing 'cause.

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"Evidence but current technology wasn't able to test it but pretty soon we're going to have technology to test the dna and that happened so they had a very small amount of dna evidence on herod gene. The gene for male. James found on the side of the road with my sister. So the guy's parliament said that my sister left or got out around four in the morning to picked up by two truck drivers from guerrilla com. One time said that he dropped her off at the bellingham police station in the center of town which was only about a thirteen minute. Walk from that point to our house. Somewhere along the line. She was picked up by. God knows who. And then that was the fourth to the fifth and then on december eight shoes found on the highway. When i put out my facebook page i had a woman come forward and say the me. Yeah there there have been many multiple. People that have been brought forward has suspects but i was told that my sister was picked up by a group. The second group of guys that were in a van. They picked her up not show what happened between the van and highway but the woman said her husband had threatened her one so what he did to the girl and the highway he would do to her. He had friends that would do that to her. If she didn't comply with what he wanted you know his wife to do so. She was pretty adamant that it was her husband. And a group of other guys that picked up my sister subsequently and killed her. During this part of the interview. Jerry reveals the identity of a man named ronald he seemingly knew about the death of theresa corley before the public or even. The police failing kind of interesting thing with that is one of. The guys was ronald. That supposedly the van was owned by him and ronald went into the police station. The day calling in saying that there's a body on for ninety five. It was come on man by the name of john. Burlington john bronson clamped. He had pulled over to relieve himself. That who's heading home to connecticut. Meanwhile he was on four ninety. Five north on connecticut is south of bellingham but either way he was on four ninety five north pole to relieve themselves new saw body down in. Golly so as that call was going into the police station in walks this ronald to say is that theresa coli spotting on the side of the road. You should not have known anything about the body. Being on the side of the road. Roundup was a relative by marriage to the bellingham police detective. He's also like a notorious drug dealer in the area and he was also related by marriage to one of the guys in the parliament. That initially picked theresa rob so whether he had knowledge of who did it or was present when the body was placed on for ninety five. I model just that but the i actually went to him on. Therese's birthday this past june to ask them. You know some questions. Yeah my state police onto anything with this guy. And i wanted to now from my towel and what he said to me was. Your sister was drunk. She probably shouldn't have gotten drunk blaming the victim. I said the drinking age at the time was eighteen but either way he was blaming her forgetting so drunk and you shouldn't have gotten john because if she didn't get throng she wouldn't have ended up dead so his morals for something i cannot even think about dealing with just his whole his whole being of how he did nothing wrong in this situation. I said either. Way you'll with a group of guys that picked up skirl. He admitted to me that he felt david. Rapes my sister. And as far as i know the state police kevin gone back to requestion. Steve you know about david or the involvement biggest thing being is one of our as actually said to us at one point to my sister. Diane nice that. I said so if dna evidence comes back as david where done because we know he had sex with her and the apartment whether it was rape or sex we know we would expect maybe his dna to be found but fast forward to two thousand twenty dna evidence came back from the degraded dna found on a pair of male gene found next to my naked sister on four ninety five and they had david in. Hey on them now the current ada does. There's nothing that can be done with that evidence at this point time because you jackie relation does not equal penetration penetration. So that's where we are now. Is david still alive today. He is alive and he lives in kentucky. There's another guy who was the original guy that wanted to pick up my sister to have sex with her. He was thrown out of the apartment early. Because according to this steve he was making lewd comments. Guys were irritated with him. They threw him out of the apartment that he was banging on the door. His cousin was good friends with my sister. Karen and his cousin actually contacted me and said michael's his name. He was trying to get back into the apartment in the guys who let them it. My theory is i wonder michael is actually trying to get back in to help. Save her now. Did you ever find out who was renting the apartment. So i'm not sure whose apartment it was but soon after the murder and her body being found none of them were charged with anything because the victims now dead on the side of highway. They couldn't prove anything. I don't know what happened. Between the morning of december fifth to went to was found some people choose brought to an apartment and there was a party going on it seems like a lot of people in college her between the fifth and the eighth whether or not that's true. I'm not sure so. I'd like to go back to the two truck drivers that picked up your sister. Can you elaborate a little bit more on. That did that happen before. Or after allegedly she was picked up by the group of four guys and take into the apartment. Bell the group of guys. So it's like eleven thirty at night. Theresa leave this chain top this town bar and franklin and she picked up by the ford guys she gets out of the apartment somehow around four four thirty in the morning so the presidential arms was probably two three miles from bellingham centers so she was trying to make her way home and franklin of guerrilla firearms truck driver. He's her leaning on the side about guardrail and he picked her up. He was going into work in his own. Private vehicle keep picked her up near the four ninety five entrance. And frankly like but probably a good. I would say mile from girl at times. They couldn't take hitchhikers but he was going into work and as far as i know he left her at the gate when he was going in. Now the driver was coming out to do his route. He saw her standing there. He knew he couldn't pick up hitchhikers but he had her come into the truck and when she had gone into the truck. According to bob ward. Who is a boston. Twenty-five news reporter. This is my to some of his interviews. And mrs inquiries he said she got into the district and she was mad how she was angry that these guys assaulted her. She.

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"Had a scratch on his face and when she said what happened to you he supposedly said teresa to me while she was orgasm ing so this is a guy that said he couldn't have even gotten up because he was too drunk. Can nothing to do with whatever happened to my sister. Theresa gone out of the payment at the state police. Then telling me yep. She was held down by two guys while the third didn't finish and from two thousand fifteen sixteen seventeen. We were always told that there was some dna evidence. It was degraded dna evidence but current technology wasn't able to test it but pretty soon we're going to have technology to test the dna and that happened so they had a very small amount of dna evidence on herod gene. The gene for male. James found on the side of the road with my sister. So the guy's parliament said that my sister left or got out around four in the morning to picked up by two truck drivers from guerrilla com. One time said that he dropped her off at the bellingham police station in the center of town which was only about a thirteen minute. Walk from that point to our house. Somewhere along the line. She was picked up by. God knows who. And then that was the fourth to the fifth and then on december eight shoes found on the highway. When i put out my facebook page i had a woman come forward and say the me. Yeah there there have been many multiple. People that have been brought forward has suspects but i was told that my sister was picked up by a group. The second group of guys that were in a van. They picked her up not show what happened between the van and highway but the woman said her husband had threatened her one so what he did to the girl and the highway he would do to her. He had friends that would do that to her. If she didn't comply with what he wanted you know his wife to do so. She was pretty adamant that it was her husband. And a group of other guys that picked up my sister subsequently and killed her. During this part of the interview. Jerry reveals the identity of a man named ronald he seemingly knew about the death of theresa corley before the public or even. The police failing kind of interesting thing with that is one of. The guys was ronald. That supposedly the van was owned by him and ronald went into the police station. The day calling in saying that there's a body on for ninety five. It was come on man by the name of john. Burlington john bronson clamped. He had pulled over to relieve himself. That who's heading home to connecticut. Meanwhile he was on four ninety. Five north on connecticut is south of bellingham but either way he was on four ninety five north pole to relieve themselves new saw body down in. Golly so as that call was going into the police station in walks this ronald to say is that theresa coli spotting on the side of the road. You should not have known anything about the body. Being on the side of the road. Roundup was a relative by marriage to the bellingham police detective. He's also like a notorious drug dealer in the area and he was also related by marriage to one of the guys in the parliament. That initially picked theresa rob so whether he had knowledge of who did it or was present when the body was placed on for ninety five. I model just that but the i actually went to him on. Therese's birthday this past june to ask them. You know some questions. Yeah my state police onto anything with this guy. And i wanted to now from my towel and what he said to me was. Your sister was drunk. She probably shouldn't have gotten drunk blaming the victim. I said the drinking age at the time was eighteen but either way he was blaming her forgetting so drunk and you shouldn't have gotten john because if she didn't get throng she wouldn't have ended up dead so his morals for something i cannot even think about dealing with just his whole his whole being of how he did nothing wrong in this situation. I said either. Way you'll with a group of guys that picked up skirl. He admitted to me that he felt david. Rapes my sister. And as far as i know the state police kevin gone back to requestion. Steve you know about david or the involvement biggest thing being is one of our as actually said to us at one point to my sister. Diane nice that. I said so if dna evidence comes back as david where done because we know he had sex with her and the apartment whether it was rape or sex we know we would expect maybe his dna to be found but fast forward to two thousand twenty dna evidence came back from the degraded dna found on a pair of male gene found next to my naked sister on four ninety five and they had david in. Hey on them now the current ada does. There's nothing that can be done with that evidence at this point time because you jackie relation does not equal penetration penetration. So that's where we are now. Is david still alive today. He is alive and he lives in kentucky. There's another guy who was the original guy that wanted to pick up my sister to have sex with her. He was thrown out of the apartment early. Because according to this steve he was making lewd comments. Guys were irritated with him. They threw him out of the apartment that he was banging on the door. His cousin was good friends with my sister. Karen and his cousin actually contacted me and said michael's his name. He was trying to get back into the apartment in the guys who let them it. My theory is i wonder michael is actually trying to get back in to help. Save her now. Did you ever find out who was renting the apartment. So i'm not sure whose apartment it was but soon after the murder and her body being found none of them were charged with anything because the victims now dead on the side of highway. They couldn't prove anything. I don't know what happened. Between the morning of december fifth to went to was found some people choose brought to an apartment and there was a party going on it seems like a lot of people in college her between the fifth and the eighth whether or not that's true. I'm not sure so. I'd like to go back to the two truck drivers that picked up your sister. Can you elaborate a little bit more on. That did that happen before. Or after allegedly she was picked up by the group of four guys and take into the apartment. Bell the group of guys. So it's like eleven thirty at night. Theresa leave this chain top this town bar and franklin and she picked up by the ford guys she gets out of the apartment somehow around four four thirty in the morning so the presidential arms was probably two three miles from bellingham centers so she was trying to make her way home and franklin of guerrilla firearms truck driver. He's her leaning on the side about guardrail and he picked her up. He was going into work in his own. Private vehicle keep picked her up near the four ninety five entrance. And frankly like but probably a good. I would say mile from girl at times. They couldn't take hitchhikers but he was going into work and as far as i know he left her at the gate when he was going in. Now the driver was coming out to do his route. He saw her standing there. He knew he couldn't pick up hitchhikers but he had her come into the truck and when she had gone into the truck. According to bob ward. Who is a boston. Twenty-five news reporter. This is my to some of his interviews. And mrs inquiries he said she got into the district and she was mad how she was angry that these guys assaulted her. She.

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"My sister was hell now by two guys while the third didn't finish and if we progress now this guy this other guy steve. How's me teresa linen. David comes out with the scratch on his face. Says he was so drunk he wouldn't have been able to get it out. Another woman tells me that after my sister eventually. Going out of the apartment steve. Whoever else went to where her boyfriend lived in were they were looking for somebody. So i'm a there might have been looking for my sister and this woman said steve had a scratch on his face and when she said what happened to you he supposedly said teresa to me while she was orgasm ing so this is a guy that said he couldn't have even gotten up because he was too drunk. Can nothing to do with whatever happened to my sister. Theresa gone out of the payment at the state police. Then telling me yep. She was held down by two guys while the third didn't finish and from two thousand fifteen sixteen seventeen. We were always told that there was some dna evidence. It was degraded dna evidence but current technology wasn't able to test it but pretty soon we're going to have technology to test the dna and that happened so they had a very small amount of dna evidence on herod gene. The gene for male. James found on the side of the road with my sister. So the guy's parliament said that my sister left or got out around four in the morning to picked up by two truck drivers from guerrilla com. One time said that he dropped her off at the bellingham police station in the center of town which was only about a thirteen minute. Walk from that point to our house. Somewhere along the line. She was picked up by. God knows who. And then that was the fourth to the fifth and then on december eight shoes found on the highway. When i put out my facebook page i had a woman come forward and say the me. Yeah there there have been many multiple. People that have been brought forward has suspects but i was told that my sister was picked up by a group. The second group of guys that were in a van. They picked her up not show what happened between the van and highway but the woman said her husband had threatened her one so what he did to the girl and the highway he would do to her. He had friends that would do that to her. If she didn't comply with what he wanted you know his wife to do so. She was pretty adamant that it was her husband. And a group of other guys that picked up my sister subsequently and killed her. During this part of the interview. Jerry reveals the identity of a man named ronald he seemingly knew about the death of theresa corley before the public or even. The police failing kind of interesting thing with that is one of. The guys was ronald. That supposedly the van was owned by him and ronald went into the police station. The day calling in saying that there's a body on for ninety five. It was come on man by the name of john. Burlington john bronson clamped. He had pulled over to relieve himself. That who's heading home to connecticut. Meanwhile he was on four ninety. Five north on connecticut is south of bellingham but either way he was on four ninety five north pole to relieve themselves new saw body down in. Golly so as that call was going into the police station in walks this ronald to say is that theresa coli spotting on the side of the road. You should not have known anything about the body. Being on the side of the road. Roundup was a relative by marriage to the bellingham police detective. He's also like a notorious drug dealer in the area and he was also related by marriage to one of the guys in the parliament. That initially picked theresa rob so whether he had knowledge of who did it or was present when the body was placed on for ninety five. I model just that but the i actually went to him on. Therese's birthday this past june to ask them. You know some questions. Yeah my state police onto anything with this guy. And i wanted to now from my towel and what he said to me was. Your sister was drunk. She probably shouldn't have gotten drunk blaming the victim. I said the drinking age at the time was eighteen but either way he was blaming her forgetting so drunk and you shouldn't have gotten john because if she didn't get throng she wouldn't have ended up dead so his morals for something i cannot even think about dealing with just his whole his whole being of how he did nothing wrong in this situation. I said either. Way you'll with a group of guys that picked up skirl. He admitted to me that he felt david. Rapes my sister. And as far as i know the state police kevin gone back to requestion. Steve you know about david or the involvement biggest thing being is one of our as actually said to us at one point to my sister. Diane nice that. I said so if dna evidence comes back as david where done because we know he had sex with her and the apartment whether it was rape or sex we know we would expect maybe his dna to be found but fast forward to two thousand twenty dna evidence came back from the degraded dna found on a pair of male gene found next to my naked sister on four ninety five and they had david in. Hey on them now the current ada does. There's nothing that can be done with that evidence at this point time because you jackie relation does not equal penetration penetration. So that's where we are now. Is david still alive today. He is alive and he lives in kentucky. There's another guy who was the original guy that wanted to pick up my sister to have sex with her. He was thrown out of the apartment early. Because according to this steve he was making lewd comments. Guys were irritated with him. They threw him out of the apartment that he was banging on the door. His cousin was good friends with my sister. Karen and his cousin actually contacted me and said michael's his name. He was trying to get back into the apartment in the guys who let them it. My theory is i wonder michael is actually trying to get back in to help. Save her now. Did you ever find out who was renting the apartment. So i'm not sure whose apartment it was but soon after the murder and her body being found none of them were charged with anything because the victims now dead on the side of highway. They couldn't prove anything. I don't know what happened. Between the morning of december fifth to went to was found some people choose brought to an apartment and there was a party going on it seems like a lot of people in college her between the fifth and the eighth whether or not that's true. I'm not sure so. I'd like to go back to the two truck drivers that picked up your sister. Can you elaborate a little bit more on. That did that happen before. Or after allegedly she was picked up by the.

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"Questioned. And that was the thing when my sister. Diane and i had asked the state police. The detectives had said so what happened the apartment. My was badgering him with questions. And he said jerry. What do you want to hear. do you want to hear that. Two guys held down while the third didn't finish. Is that what you wanna hear. These white agitated with me. And i i wanted to know what happened to my sister and then he he got angry and had to leave the room so from two thousand fifteen we were told. My sister was hell now by two guys while the third didn't finish and if we progress now this guy this other guy steve. How's me teresa linen. David comes out with the scratch on his face. Says he was so drunk he wouldn't have been able to get it out. Another woman tells me that after my sister eventually. Going out of the apartment steve. Whoever else went to where her boyfriend lived in were they were looking for somebody. So i'm a there might have been looking for my sister and this woman said steve had a scratch on his face and when she said what happened to you he supposedly said teresa to me while she was orgasm ing so this is a guy that said he couldn't have even gotten up because he was too drunk. Can nothing to do with whatever happened to my sister. Theresa gone out of the payment at the state police. Then telling me yep. She was held down by two guys while the third didn't finish and from two thousand fifteen sixteen seventeen. We were always told that there was some dna evidence. It was degraded dna evidence but current technology wasn't able to test it but pretty soon we're going to have technology to test the dna and that happened so they had a very small amount of dna evidence on herod gene. The gene for male. James found on the side of the road with my sister. So the guy's parliament said that my sister left or got out around four in the morning to picked up by two truck drivers from guerrilla com. One time said that he dropped her off at the bellingham police station in the center of town which was only about a thirteen minute. Walk from that point to our house. Somewhere along the line. She was picked up by. God knows who. And then that was the fourth to the fifth and then on december eight shoes found on the highway. When i put out my facebook page i had a woman come forward and say the me. Yeah there there have been many multiple. People that have been brought forward has suspects but i was told that my sister was picked up by a group. The second group of guys that were in a van. They picked her up not show what happened between the van and highway but the woman said her husband had threatened her one so what he did to the girl and the highway he would do to her. He had friends that would do that to her. If she didn't comply with what he wanted you know his wife to do so. She was pretty adamant that it was her husband. And a group of other guys that picked up my sister subsequently and killed her. During this part of the interview. Jerry reveals the identity of a man named ronald he seemingly knew about the death of theresa corley before the public or even. The police failing kind of interesting thing with that is one of. The guys was ronald. That supposedly the van was owned by him and ronald went into the police station. The day calling in saying that there's a body on for ninety five. It was come on man by the name of john. Burlington john bronson clamped. He had pulled over to relieve himself. That who's heading home to connecticut. Meanwhile he was on four ninety. Five north on connecticut is south of bellingham but either way he was on four ninety five north pole to relieve themselves new saw body down in. Golly so as that call was going into the police station in walks this ronald to say is that theresa coli spotting on the side of the road. You should not have known anything about the body. Being on the side of the road. Roundup was a relative by marriage to the bellingham police detective. He's also like a notorious drug dealer in the area and he was also related by marriage to one of the guys in the parliament. That initially picked theresa rob so whether he had knowledge of who did it or was present when the body was placed on for ninety five. I model just that but the i actually went to him on. Therese's birthday this past june to ask them. You know some questions. Yeah my state police onto anything with this guy. And i wanted to now from my towel and what he said to me was. Your sister was drunk. She probably shouldn't have gotten drunk blaming the victim. I said the drinking age at the time was eighteen but either way he was blaming her forgetting so drunk and you shouldn't have gotten john because if she didn't get throng she wouldn't have ended up dead so his morals for something i cannot even think about dealing with just his whole his whole being of how he did nothing wrong in this situation. I said either. Way you'll with a group of guys that picked up skirl. He admitted to me that he felt david. Rapes my sister. And as far as i know the state police kevin gone back to requestion. Steve you know about david or the involvement biggest thing being is one of our as actually said to us at one point to my sister. Diane nice that. I said so if dna evidence comes back as david where done because we know he had sex with her and the apartment whether it was rape or sex we know we would expect maybe his dna to be found but fast forward to two thousand twenty dna evidence came back from the degraded dna found on a pair of male gene found next to my naked sister on four ninety five and they had david in. Hey on them now the current ada does. There's nothing that can be done with that evidence at this point time because you jackie relation does not equal penetration penetration. So that's where we are now. Is david still alive today. He is alive and he lives in kentucky. There's another guy who was the original guy that wanted to pick up my sister to have sex with her. He was thrown out of the apartment early. Because according to this steve he was making lewd comments. Guys were irritated with him. They threw him out of the apartment that he was banging on the door. His cousin was good friends with my sister. Karen and his cousin actually contacted me and said michael's his name. He was trying to get back into the apartment in the guys who let them it. My theory is i wonder michael is actually trying to get back in to help. Save her now. Did you ever find out who was renting the apartment. So i'm not sure whose apartment it was but soon after the murder and her body being found none of them were charged with anything because the victims now dead on the side of highway. They couldn't prove anything. I don't know what happened. Between the morning of december fifth to went to was found some people choose brought to an apartment and there was a party going on it seems like a lot of people in college her between the fifth and the eighth whether or not that's true. I'm not sure so. I'd like to go back to the two truck drivers that picked up your sister. Can you elaborate a little bit more on. That did that happen before. Or after allegedly she was picked up by the.

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"At the time i was seventeen. When she was murdered. And y- i just lived every day trying to get through to the next day and then my mindset. I felt i had a life to live. I have to push through. I can't let this whoever did this to my sister. Take my life too but the bottom line being as we had no idea who could have killed her. Can you tell me if she was sexually assaulted she was. I went with my life and my mother she struggled with my brother and i was fifteen. I was seventeen. My mother knew she couldn't hold us back from living. She got some counseling to try to. Let let my brother. And i'd be and at the time i often tires wide is it my mother caroline a bit more but the bottom line was is that she was having such a hell of a time trying to let my brother and i live quote unquote a normal life so my family suppressed. What happened to tree so we put it aside. We did a few inquiries here. And there i know from my older sisters inquired and then fast forward to two thousand fifteen. My children were raised. And i never stopped thinking about my sister and wine to find justice for her and my nephew had gotten into a minor motor vehicle accident and it too much the. Da's office was going at him like he was like a full blown criminal. We couldn't put two and two together would tell him this to this kid and i said yeah looking for something to work on. Maybe they should work on traces case. So i sat my inquiries and there was some confusion as to whether my sister's case stayed in norfolk county. Which is where bellingham was part of norfolk county or if it went to worcester county which is what bellingham news for court. Her case scott lost between the two counties. However i did touch base with the state troopers senator case and i enquired said what's going on sisters case and i was told that those dna evidence that they were hoping to pinpoint who might have been involved with the crime. It actually said to me the problem with bellingham jerry's that people will go into the local gin joints and start talking about theresa and how she was killed and then they'll say she hit her head on something and that's how she died and we know that's not how she died so he he was expression some frustration with dealing with the case and people that had come forward over the year started strongly encouraged by a woman that to my work. I was caring for her father. Who is a detective marlboro. But she also is a marlboro. Police cinder santa facebook page and tried to put the information out there and see what happens. So with her encouragement. I eventually did do that. My sister diane. And i met with the norfolk county. Da and mass two thousand fifteen to say bats where the case was what's going on with them and what are the next steps and we were told a facebook. Page the great idea. Because the da's office is implementing social media solve their cases and during the meeting with them across as family and after almost what thirty thirty eight years thirty six years at that point. We want to what they had done as far as investigate the case and we were met with anger on the part of the da's office and the the detective because bellingham cleese department team to not be very forward with their information. And i had when. I started the facebook page. I had people coming forward saying to me. You really need to look into the bellingham police department because they were corrupt and just different. Rumors emerged about the mounting him police department. I questioned that happened. I asked about valium police department. And i was told that their reports very detailed and i why would they lack detail and i was told by the social worker. She's the liaison between the family. And the da's office that the lack of the bellingham police departments detail would have implications for the da's office and then my sister. Diane and i asked about the fact that my sister was picked up. We learned that choose picked up by four guys in a car. she had gotten. Who's been at the stop lounge. Got mad at a boyfriend on the had an argument and she decided she was gonna leave. Shit asked to one of her friends for ride. The fred wasn't ready to leave and my sister who was known to type this. I choose if gonna leave. She was matt's and out of all the people. I've talked to that. Were at the bar that night. Why am profess to love her. She's such a great girl but everybody in that bar watched her angrily walk out of the front door the back. Nobody stopped her. But i had learned that she was picked up by four men. Martin was from bellingham that kind of knew her. And this is my enquiries my asking questions of these individual that one of the guys that was from bellingham saw her either walking or hitchhiking and said. Hey i know that girl i wanna pick her up and have sex with them so the four guys either put her in the car or coerced her into the car or she went into car willingly. I'm not sure they took her to a department. Call the president arms and franklin and i learned from one of the guys that once she got in there she realized it was just guys and she wanted to leave. This guy's had to and into a room with this guy. David come out. David had a scratch on his face. And for some reason my sister said if you let me go. I'll have sex with all of you. The guy that told me this information said they had thrown out the original guy that wanted to pick them up because initially he was saying all the things he wanted to do to her in the guys were saying did needed to leave her alone or whatever but for some reason she goes into a room with the one individual guy comes out and says i'll have sex with all of you. Just let me go. That guy was drunk and he wouldn't have even been able to get it up. He did say to me that david came out with a scratch on his face that my sister seem distressed wanted to leave but he claims no part in anything that might have happened her in that apartment no law.

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"Theresa corley was nineteen years old on december. Six thousand nine hundred seventy eight. The vibrant young woman from bellingham was working hard to put herself through college and become a pediatrician. But that night theresa had just one thing on her mind getting home. Instead two days later her body was found in a ditch on the side of route. Four ninety five nearly forty years later her family still trying to find out why drives me is what happened to trace. A was was a true injustice. Jerry who is one of theresa sisters senseless what happened to her. The nightmare of theresa corals final hours began at a bar in downtown. Franklin theresa enter france for drinking celebrating a birthday theresa got into an argument and walked out. She started a fourteen mile. Walk home on a cold night somewhere. Senator franklin re young men picked up theresa in a car and brought her to the presidential arms apartments where things spiraled out of control. I was told that she was held down by him. While another man rate are tempted to leap according to state police theresa ran out of the apartment sometime before four thirty in the morning and she started hitchhiking where two different drivers picked her up. Both told police theresa was intoxicated. An angry back in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. That was the bellingham police station at about. Five o'clock in the morning. This is about where the last driver dropped off. Right in the center of bellingham rain front of the police station. A few more people saw teresa hitchhiking just down the road but she's less than a mile away from home. Theresa corley never made it the next morning. it was clear theresa's family something was wrong and we were in a panic. We were in a state of That she hadn't come home because it was so unusual. This is fox. Twenty-five drone video of the northbound side of route. Four ninety. Five in bellingham in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy eight. This was a crime scene theresa. Quarterlies nude body was found on december. Eighth or jacket and jeans thrown next door body man claiming to be connecticut. Businessman john burlington called bellingham police. Alerting them he saw the body when he pulled off the road to relieve himself now. State police say john burlington never existed and deepening the mystery shortly after the burlington call but before anyone knew a body was even discovered a local man walked into the police station asking if they had found theresa up on the highway. That man is now dead but police think he may have known much more than others to. And that's what theresa's family is counting on thirty seven years later jerry and her sisters have created a facebook page called justice for theresa poorly and get from that facebook page as i thought she was forgotten. I really thought the whole town forgot about it. People forgot about would be so easy to just walk away from it away from her. I.

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04:19 min | 4 months ago

"corley" Discussed on WBUR

"I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. George Floyd's killing caused a national uproar with calls for police reform and racial justice. The former police officer convicted of his murder. Derek Chauvin, was sentenced on Friday. That could indicate a shift step forward and police accountability. But even bringing charges against an officer is still a rarity in our legal system. Here is NPR's Cheryl Corley. George Floyd's family, one of the longer prison term for Derek Chauvin, Floyd's brother, felons who has gone around the world, speaking on behalf of families who have lost a relative to police violence. Said. The push to hold police accountable must continue. We need to stand up and fight can't get comfortable. Because when you get comfortable people forget about you. Amen. So the legend will still live on. George is not here. But his spirit lives here. Brianna Taylor is not here. But the spirit still lives here. Eric Garner is not here. Spirit still right here. There were no charges filed against the officers involved in the case of Garner, who was killed in 2014 after a New York City police officer put him in a chokehold. Also no charges in the Brianna Taylor case. The Louisville emergency medical worker was shot several times in her home by plainclothes detectives. Peter Stinson, a criminal justice professor at Bowling Green State University, is also a former police officer. He keeps track of police involved killings. The majority involved people who were shot 900 to 1000 people a year, he says up to 100. More fatalities are like Floyd's, where it didn't involve a gun, he says. For the few officers that do serve time the average sentence was 21.7 years. That's similar to Derek Chauvin's prison term, and there's a reason why that average is not higher. There's a recognition by courts that not only is policing violent But then when you have on duty incidents that resulted in officer being convicted here of murder that the prison sentence is going to be very hard time for a former police officer. It may be rare for police to be charged with murder. But Floyd Family attorney Benjamin Crump says recently high profile cases show a shift his examples. Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke, who shot Laquan McDonald 16 times in 2014, and he was only sentenced to six years. Amber Geiger, who killed Botham John after she mistook his apartment for her own in Dallas in 2018, and she was only sentenced to 10 years. And it was 20 years for South Carolina Police officer Michael Slager, who shot Walter Scott in the back after he fled from a traffic stop six years ago. Each case. We keep making progress. We came too far to stop. Now. We have to keep going forward. We don't have to put up with these injustices. We can stop this America, Stinson says. What's needed is what so many have called for a change and police culture. He also says the cases are hard to prosecute, because investigators often give police the benefit of doubt. Something not typically given to anyone else. They start with an assumption quite often that it was probably legally justified and they only walked back from that if something is so over the top that it can't be rationally explained. Stenson says That attitude can often lead to incomplete investigations and friction between police and prosecutors. Trying to fill in the gaps as they determine whether to file charges That happened three years ago in the case of another Minneapolis police officer Mohamed nor he was convicted of second degree murder and sentenced to 12.5 years, but the charges didn't come easy at the time. Hennepin County Prosecutor Mike Freeman said officers refused to come and answer questions. I've never had police officers who weren't suspects. Refused to do their duty and come forward to talk to us. We therefore had no alternative. Than to subpoena them to a grand jury and take their testimony under oath. That was not the case for Derek Chauvet. Several police officers, including the chief testified against him during the trial. Now he is the 10th police officer in the country to be convicted and sentenced for murder. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS Minneapolis.

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George Floyd Relatives Slam 'Slap on the Wrist' Sentence for Derek Chauvin

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 4 months ago

George Floyd Relatives Slam 'Slap on the Wrist' Sentence for Derek Chauvin

"George Floyd is calling. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's prison sentence of 22 a half years quote a slap on the wrist, especially considering the loss they'll experience for the rest of their lives. NPR's Cheryl Corley has the latest Derek Chauvin sentence is one of the longest a former police officer has ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. George Floyd died after seven kept his knee pressed against Floyd's neck. For more than nine minutes, a jury found the former officer guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Judge Peter Cahill called the sentence 10 years more than guidelines recommended appropriate. George Floyd's brother Rodney and other family members were disappointed. 22 years centers they gave this man Slap on the wrist. We several life sentences, not having them in our life. And that hurts me to deal. Minnesota law requires Shelvin to serve two thirds of the sentence about 15 years before he's eligible for parole. Cheryl Corley NPR NEWS Minneapolis

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George Floyd's Family: Derek Chauvin Jail Term 'Not Harsh Enough'

Day 6

01:01 min | 4 months ago

George Floyd's Family: Derek Chauvin Jail Term 'Not Harsh Enough'

"The family of George Floyd says the prison sentence handed to former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shove in should have been longer as NPR's Cheryl Corley. Reports of Minnesota judge has sentenced Shove in 2 22.5 years for Floyd's murder Derek Chauvin sentence is one of the longest day former police officers ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. George Floyd died after seven kept his knee pressed against Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes. Jury found the former officer guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Judge Peter Cahill called the sentence 10 years more than guidelines recommended appropriate. George Floyd's brother, Rodney and other family members were disappointed. 22 years centers. They gave this man a slap on the wrist. We serving a life sentence and not having them in our life, And that hurts me to deal. Minnesota law requires show than to serve two thirds of the sentence about 15 years before he's eligible for parole. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS

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Argument Emerges Over What George Floyd Said During Arrest

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:40 min | 7 months ago

Argument Emerges Over What George Floyd Said During Arrest

"Question now before the jury in the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial Is this. What did George Floyd actually say in a video of his arrest? Both the prosecution and the defense heard something different relating to whether Floyd had drugs in his body. When Shoven held his knee on Floyd's neck. Ah, warning. We're going to hear some of the video of George Floyd's arrest in this conversation. NPR's Cheryl Corley is in Minneapolis. Cheryl, first off, Can you just explain this discrepancy about what George Floyd said on the video that recorded his arrest and ultimately, his death? Yeah, well, that is really the big issue, and it depends on what you hear, and just this really tiny bit of audio, and it was quite a moment of defense Attorney Eric Nelson played this clip of video where we see Floyd struggling Derrick Show been over him, and it seemed Floyd may have said something about drugs and Nelson as special agent James right race and when he testified what he could make out Yes, it is with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and he led the investigation into Floyd's death s O take a listen to the tape. Yeah. Did you hear that? Yes, I did. Did it appear that Mr Floyd said I ate too many drugs. Yes, it didn't. Wow. I mean, that that was hard for me to discern. Yeah, really, in exactly what the prosecutor said. So they pulled a longer version of the video and prosecutor Matthew Frank as various nto take another Listen. Having heard it in context you're able to tell What Mr Floyd is saying there? Yes, I believe Mr Flynn was saying I ain't doing no drugs,

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Derek Chauvin trial: Minneapolis lieutenant calls use of force against Floyd 'totally unnecessary'

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Derek Chauvin trial: Minneapolis lieutenant calls use of force against Floyd 'totally unnecessary'

"Police department homicide division called the use of police force against george floyd totally unnecessary and bureau show quarterly reports the murder trial of former police officer. Derek chauvin is now on hold until next week lieutenant. Richard zimmermann the minneapolis. Police departments most senior officer reviewed the footage of body worn cameras that recorded the events of may twenty fifth the day former officer derek. Chauvin held his knee on. George floyd's neck for more than nine minutes according to prosecutors and a move uncalled-for according to zimmerman because of the fact that if you need is on a person's neck that can kill them. The defense asked whether police officers have to consider the entire situation when force is used and zimmerman agreed. The trial resumes. Monday cheryl corley.

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Mayor Lightfoot, Chicago police officials discuss search warrant changes

WNYC Programming

01:01 min | 8 months ago

Mayor Lightfoot, Chicago police officials discuss search warrant changes

"Kentucky last year Put a spotlight on how police serve search warrants. NPR show Corley reports that today, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot proposed changes to the city search warrant policy as well. Sullivan earlier botched raid that she says was a clarion call for reform. Video of the incident. In February, 2019 shows police conducting a raid in the home of a black female social worker. She is crying, naked and handcuffed as she repeatedly tells police they're in the wrong place. Chicago's proposed new search warrant policy would require police to take several steps to verify information and for the most part of banned so called no knock warrants. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says to propose changes make clear for officers that no matter the circumstances That person and anyone found within the location must be treated with dignity and respect period. Lightfoot, who was not mayor of Chicago at the time of the raid, says the search warrant changes are needed to build trust between police and residents. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS Chicago stocks lost ground today the Dow was

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Federal government conducts its first execution of woman since 1953

Morning Edition

00:59 sec | 10 months ago

Federal government conducts its first execution of woman since 1953

"U. S government has executed the only woman on federal death row. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. Lisa Montgomery was the first woman to be put to death by the federal government in decades. Warning. This report has a graphic description of violence. Lisa Montgomery died at 1 31 in the morning. The U. S. Supreme Court cleared the way for the execution. After hours of legal wrangling, Montgomery was sentenced to death for the 2004 killing of 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett and Missouri. Stinnett was eight months pregnant when Montgomery strangled her and cut her open to kidnap the baby, which she tried to pass off as her own. Montgomery's legal team said she suffered brain damage a mental illness that was exacerbated by severe sexual abuse that occurred when she was a child. Attorney Kelly Henry said the government stopped at nothing in its zeal to kill a damaged and delusional woman. Montgomery's death makes her the 11th federal inmate to be executed by the Trump administration since July. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS

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"corley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:03 min | 10 months ago

"corley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Also, uh, no. So her do in deep red Bartow County. Many Republicans expressed concerns with 24 7 absentee drop boxes, vote counting and the machines picked by the GOP legislature. One voter even called the police to investigate a mysterious connection to China. It was just a power court. Republican monitor, Judy Kilgore says it helps to see things with your own eyes and to know that your friends and neighbors that you trust are the ones doing the counting. I can personally hear them. I can walk around the tables. I can observe what they're doing. Observing how the electoral sausage gets made isn't just something for skeptical Republicans. Democratic monitor. Karen Kendall threw herself into volunteering this year at the age of 71, in part because she wanted to help take partisan politics out of the way our votes are counted. I think we just need to Talk about the process and explain it to people because their elections are safe, and they are fair. As Georgia's legislature gets back to action, some Republican lawmakers have promised to crack down on absentee ballots after spending weeks, spreading misinformation and false claims of fraud. There are signs changes might not be so extreme. Three senators who backed lawsuits trying to overturn George's election results have been silently removed from committee chairmanships. And the House will appoint a bipartisan commission to look at what might come next for NPR news. I'm Stephen Fowler in Cartersville, Georgia. The U. S government carried out its first execution of a female inmate in nearly 70 years. Early this morning, the Supreme Court cleared the way for the Federal Bureau of Prisons to put Lisa Montgomery to death. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports and a warning. This report contains details that listeners may find disturbing. Lisa Montgomery was pronounced dead at 1 31 in the morning after a marathon legal battle that began late Monday when a judge in Indiana issued a stay of her execution. It was an all day and late night flurry of appeals over if and when Montgomery would be put to death. That ended when the Supreme Court issued a final ruling at midnight. As the execution began, a woman removed Montgomery's facemask and asked if she had any last words, she responded No, and said nothing else. Attorney Kelly Henry had argued all along that her client had brain damage and suffered from severe mental illness. She said that everyone who participated in Montgomery's execution should feel shame. We do not execute people in this country who have Her type of history of torture, abuse and no illness. Montgomery was sentenced to death in 2008 for killing 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett in Missouri. Stinnett was eight months pregnant when Montgomery strangled her, cut the baby from her womb and tried to pass the child off as her own. Montgomery was the first of the final three federal inmate scheduled to die this week before President elect Joe Biden, a death penalty opponent is inaugurated a federal judge, But the executions of the two men on hold with Montgomery's death 11 people on death row have been executed by the Trump administration since July. Cheryl Corley NPR NEWS Chicago Thistles. NPR news This is morning edition on W N. Y C. I'm David first President. Trump made a quick trip to the southern border yesterday to highlight his immigration agenda. He considers it one of the major accomplishments of his presidency. We'll have that story coming up in about 15 minutes. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from Netflix, presenting the trial of the Chicago Seven. Written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, Starring Sasha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yaya Abdul Matina Second and Mark Rylance, a Netflix awards eligible new.

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First federal execution of female inmate in almost 70 years put on hold

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

First federal execution of female inmate in almost 70 years put on hold

"Of the only woman on federal death row is now on hold. NPR's Cheryl Corley says A judge granted a stay of execution for Lisa Montgomery just hours before she was scheduled to die. Warning. This report has a graphic description. The stay of execution holds what would have been the U. S government's first execution of a female inmate in more than 67 years. Lisa Montgomery was sentenced to death for killing 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett in 2004. Stinnett was eight months pregnant. Montgomery cut the baby from her womb and tried to pass the child off has her own. Montgomery's attorneys have argued that extreme sexual abuse and torture Montgomery suffered as a child. Let the brain damage and severe mental illness. The stay of execution allows the court to hold a hearing to determine whether Montgomery is currently competent to be put to death. No hearing date has been set. The government has filed a notice to appeal.

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Shaq Attack

Pop Fashion

06:09 min | 10 months ago

Shaq Attack

"I started our tell them. It's me god. Hey y'all this is lisa and his car and this is pop fashion. Lisa how are you. I'm i'm on the edge of my year car. I ready to fall off a cliff. Twenty twenty clip into an abyss. That's probably secretly a post office. That is a great mental image to start off the show. I appreciate that this is about to fall into a endless pit of male. Excellent corley wraps mail. Yeah that's my entry to. That's what i have to contribute today at. Look into the post office like every other day for the past week. Why did i want so badly to wrap the gifts that i ordered online and then mail them to my family. I see the post office is where i go to lose faith in humanity. I know at such a mailing quagmire right now to. It's harsh out there. They're talking like it's historic level problems with shipping right now so everybody just hang on. Santa will get there when he gets there right. It'll get there but like also if you're y'all bends the post office you're done but just i just want you all to like think of me. Finally when you mentally envision me waiting in line at the post office and the woman behind me. Just talk to me. No and tells me that. Her muscle relaxer made her constipated. This this really truly happens like two days before we're recording. And i was like fuck my line. Wow wow wow lisa why these people engaging in so many reindeer games on my car and gets on the phone today. She's like these reindeer games. Call it everything from now until the end of the season man. My buddy better stop at those reindeer games. You can send that right through january. That's a that's a it's seasonal because it's winter you know reindeer don't just disappear on december twenty six. I ended that. Yes right i mean. They aren't mythical they actually. They're real with that in mind. Should we i mean. Let's talk about some reindeer game right here. So we're going to start with the sing. y'all wanna talk about. Let's on our instagram here. We go anna winter at legit wrote my notes. Anna wintour t. s anna wintour s. She's been editor in chief of us. Vogue for the jillian years like honestly since nineteen eighty eight. That's older than a lot of you. And since two thousand fourteen she's been conde nast. Us artistic director and now she's got a new promotion. All of a sudden conde nast was named her. Its first ever global chief content officer which means that she will oversee all five vogue editions worldwide and all of conde nast brands so that includes chiku new yorker vanity fair bunches of others. It is all an effort to unify u s global segments of the publishing house of conde nast but like anna wintour has not had the easiest year. Cutting ask first of all. He's laying off people. So which is not a good look for the company right and then you're going to promote this woman who like basically runs the media world and whole bunch of black and brown folks. Staffers came out this summer and said that when toward didn't take them seriously over the years that she's been editor she brought to do better but the question in my mind is just. Do we need to just keep giving anna and tour promotions. She still going to be out. Yeah so she's going to oversee all twenty-five vocations worldwide including the us one that she's already editor us and olive conde nast brands like being the. Let's backup. I would like to call this segment the wind tour of my discontent. They give all day to say that to me. No i haven't. But when i start thinking about those reindeer games led me here. We go down this road She's gonna stay to editor vogue. She's doing all this other stuff and goodness knows when you have one job you want seventeen other jobs. One of my guys are hilarious when we put this up on instagram. Because i put up without terry and then you guys just ran with it. We have the best listeners. You guys are so funny so insightful. And so so laser sharp. Just cutting like y'all are are cruel and i like it our listeners. Lauren dropped in. The comments are instagram post. I like how you just dropped. That turned here. That was exactly the one. I thought you were gonna say. Yeah which first of all you know who i am because i just wanted to present without commentary and see what happened I am struggling with understanding. The torah really did have a place in fashion history. That was very important. Juxtaposed with it's time to go. I look back. And i wanted to kind of like look through some dates and i want to remind everybody that this magazine has been around since eighteen ninety two it had its first black person to photograph the vote cover and twenty eighteen twenty eighteen. That is shameful. She cannot say but she's vowing to do better and then nothing changes. I just like i. I can't i'm wrestling with the idea that like. She harnesses power when she wants to. And then this summer when she had an apology. Not i've just basically like not including black and brown people.

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Chicago's Police Department Launches An Intense Outreach Program

Morning Edition

06:36 min | 10 months ago

Chicago's Police Department Launches An Intense Outreach Program

"Is trying to rebuild trust in communities with which it has a terrible relationship. So it launched an outreach program that's designed to change the ways in which police approach their work. Here's NPR's Cheryl Corley at a recent food giveaway at a Chicago park, a cluster of police officers wearing masks greeted drivers and loaded boxes of food and the trunks of a long line of cars. Many have Ford. I gotta get online for four. 25th district Police commander are not a duty. Others watch to make sure things were going smoothly. We're here to work together with the community. We want the community to embrace us embrace each other. It's making sure that there's no violence in our in our district in our neighborhoods. That means we gotta work together as a team. This is a collaboration with an an area area church church and and an an alderman's alderman's office. office. And And it's it's here here in in the the 25th 25th district, district, where where Chicago Chicago decided decided to to go go a a step step further. further. District District is is the the first first to to set set up up a a neighborhood neighborhood policing policing initiative patterned after a similar program in New York City. The best way to reduce crime is to prevent it from happening in the first place that Chicago police Superintendent David Brown and you do that do community policing. Getting officers of the cars and into the barber shops and beauty salon and churches and into the living rooms of our neighborhoods where they are signed. His community police. The notion of community policing isn't new, but it takes on a bigger meaning now after this summer's protest, instead of working from one radio assignment to the next District coordinating officers or D CEOs, as they're called hand out business cards and encourage people to email or call them on their cell phone. They work together with residents to resolve problematic. Non emergencies, like speeding cars were allowed neighbor, the officers have helped some residents find jobs. Homeless places to live, and they often turn to beat officers, businesses and community groups for assistance. Commander Angel No Bolus, the head of the Office of Community Policing. Says he's witnessed something among the D CEOs. You don't hear much about these days, joy that comes from helping members of the community. That's why we came on the job. We weren't just showing up and writing reports and making an arrest and moving on to the next thing instead, says Nepalis, they are actually creating strategies with people to solve problems. Officer Malcolm Brooks Says he wanted to help change the perception of the police, and after a couple of years on the job, he signed up to be a district coordinating officer, Burke says. They get calls Day and night. We deal with People who have mental health issues. We deal with people who may be out of work because we've helped people get jobs. We help the lady find an apartment and worked to build relationships, he says, with business owners and residents, city officials say in the 25th police district, where it all started nearly two years ago, there have been 10,000 fewer calls this year to the 911 emergency number a drop city officials directly credit to people having direct contact with officers who were part of the name. We're good initiative. Ah, program that's now active in five Police district's challenged by crime and gangs. The 25th police district is big, also diverse, but it's nearly 200,000 people live in distinct neighborhoods largely defined by ethnicity. On the west and northwest sides of Chicago. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? Okay. Go up the stairs. Jean, You're right. Ronald Wilkes, A retired pastor lives in a brick to flat on a tree lined street about a block behind the police station. Is the president of the Street's blocked club and a community ambassador, a point of contact for the police and their outreach and for resident, he says there has been tension between police and residents here for decades. But the ambassador's know the area and the community and work with the officers explaining what's going on in the neighborhoods. The hot spot win crime is happening. He says the D. C. L's have made a difference in certain areas. But not all of the district now could display and work. Yeah. They could, because when we first jumped off, we was all over the place. They was walking the streets with us getting introduced to people in thing. But Something happened. What happened in the 25th says birth of Purnell was a lack of follow through by new officers. She's another community ambassador and a longtime resident. I feel like we're not taking seriously a lot of the terms because it's almost like pulling teeth. To get information her nail says too many D CEOs get pulled off the job to handle other police duties. Police commanders cycle in and out of the job to that means they have to try building new relationships over and over again. Amanda? No. Vallis says attrition reflective of cops leaving the profession nationwide and officers being promoted have affected the program. But he expects that may be resolved. As the initiative grows. The question is, what are the key elements that would get translated as it expands? Northwestern University professor Andrew Papa Christo's Who's been evaluating the program? Says there's been frustration on both sides. But overall results in the 25th district at least before the summer protests seemed promising. He says both residents and officers felt like relationships were moving in a better direction. But there's a caveat. Papa Christo's says No one should expect the details and the neighborhood policing initiative will cause any drop in crime. The mistrust in the cynicism of the police took centuries to get to where it is. And so if crime is going to improve because of that trust, it's gonna lag behind. It's going to take years to build and work on this relationship, especially as we as a society reckon with the history of policing in America, City officials agree, saying the policing initiative won't be able to resolve all the longstanding issues rooted in a lack of trust and respect. Like police misconduct or stop and frisk policies that have caused a rift between police and communities. Still, Chicago's mayor, the police superintendent, and many residents call the program with the district coordinating officers, a positive police reform. They say eventually it should be a citywide project to bring police and residents together to solve problems to work for a safe streets and safe homes and to build trust block by block. Cheryl Corley

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"corley" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"corley" Discussed on KCRW

"Of Duluth, is urging all who attended to get tested. That's a similar message being sent by New Jersey's Democratic governor, Phil Murphy. Yesterday, the president held a fundraising event at the Trump National Golf Club and Bedminster, New Jersey, where he was in contact with as many as 100 people. Governor Murphy says he's hoping for a speedy recovery for the president and first lady, and he's encouraging everyone who attended the fundraising event to take full precautions. Self quarantine Everybody Take yourself off the field. Wait five or seven days, probably in that range and get tested. Even then, if you test negative, you really have to stay off the field for the full 14 days. Aunt probably would want to get tested again At the end of that period. The process for gathering information for case investigation in contact tracing has begun. Uh And as far as we know folks are cooperating, and we need them to across the U. S. 205,000 people have died from Corona virus at 70 for President Trump is at risk for serious complications. Today. The only event not canceled on Trump's official public schedule was a call to vulnerable seniors about covert 19 support. Vice president Pence stood in for Trump on that call. Cheryl Corley NPR news You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. President Trump's announcement that he and the first lady of tested positive for the Corona virus sent global markets downward. Andrew Compassion from world leaders, But as NPR's Rob Schmitz reports, not everyone was sympathetic. Global markets closed somewhat lower as the news spread overnight US time that the president of the world's biggest economy had tested positive for the virus. Japan's Nikkei index fell nearly 7/10 of a percent in Germany's DAX composite fell three quarters of a percent on the news. At a summit in Brussels. You leaders reacted swiftly to the news with German Chancellor Angela Merkel spokesperson wishing the trumps a speedy recovery and European Council president Shaun Michell tweeting that Cove in 19 is a battle we all wage Every day, no matter where we live. In the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was diagnosed with Cove in 19 in March. Which the trumps well, obviously, I think we all want to send our best wishes to the president and the first lady and I've done that this morning as you could imagine. On DH. I'm sure that they'll both stage a very strong recovery. But other European politicians critical of President Trump's lax approach to the virus in the U. S weren't as generous with their comments. We appreciate the most hostile studio Nippon Cine. French government spokesman Gabrielle Tall said Trump's positive test is proof that the virus spares No. One Including those who are the most sceptical about its reality and its gravity. Other politicians went further, seizing the opportunity to criticize and even mocked Trump. European parliamentarian and former foreign minister of Poland. Radislav Sikorsky Tweeted, Mr president. I suggest you do not try to treat yourself with bleach, referring to Trump's query earlier in the year about injecting bleach to treat the virus. Global media was similarly critical. Melania known as opposite lack of heart by Verena Benton in Washington, trampolines and media, although it's like Germany's lead their newscast with the news with German newspaper Der Spiegel, leading with the headline the American Patient in China, the editor of the Global Times, one of the country's largest tabloids, wrote that the president and first lady are paying the price for his gamble to downplay the pandemic. Adding that this news shows how severe the pandemic really is in the U. S. Back in Germany, One of the top trending terms on Twitter is shot in Florida, the German word for feeling pleasure from another suffering. Germany and much of the U is still reeling from billions of dollars worth of tariffs President Trump has imposed on a range of European products. And there are still hard feelings over President Trump's decision to withdraw the U. S from the Paris climate accord and from the World Health Organization whose director Ted Rose, adenoma, Gabriel Assis wished both President Trump and the first lady A full and swift recovery. Rob Schmitz. NPR NEWS Berlin.

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How Police Misconduct Affects Cities and Taxpayers Financially

All Things Considered

04:56 min | 1 year ago

How Police Misconduct Affects Cities and Taxpayers Financially

"For months. Protests over the police involved killings of Briana Taylor, George Floyd and others reinvigorated an intense debate over policing. Then the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, announced the city would pay $12 million to Briana Taylor's family and institute. A number of police reforms that highlighted an aspect less discussed the financial impact of police misconduct on cities and taxpayers. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. City's Khun face hundreds of lawsuits every year, charging, among other things, that police used excessive or deadly force or made a false arrest. Many times. Details of settlements are hidden behind confidentiality agreements. Law professor Joanna Schwartz studies how jurisdictions budget and pay for police legal expenses, she says. Although payouts Khun Total in the millions more often there in the thousands of dollars range and with an important determining factor, the number of cases filed and the number of dollars that are paid to resolve cases. Depends very much on where in the country you live claims against Big City Police Department's cost taxpayers about $300 million last year. One of the arguments in the ongoing protests over policing is that money for police could be better spent elsewhere and the clash between protesters and police following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Means Minneapolis and other cities could face a myriad of legal cost. In Chicago. Several groups work to resolve cases of people who have been wrongfully convicted. Two years ago, a federal jury awarded $17 million to Jack Rivera and was considered one of the largest police misconduct settlements in the city's history. I say that was kidnapped by the Chicago police, Roger Li. 55 years old. Now Rivera spent 21 years in prison for a murder. He did not commit framed, he says, by a now retired Chicago gang crimes. Detective Rivera is one of at least 20 who have been exonerated in cases where that detective lead the investigations. They set out to rob You convict me for whatever reasons why Rather, it was just a con the community that they got the perpetrator. Or whatever it may be. It's still not right because taxpayers have to pay for it. Victim's family have to relive this all over again what they think it's closed, and it's just painful for everybody. Over the past decade, Chicago has paid about a half billion dollars for police misconduct. Rivera attorney Locke Bowman is the head of the MacArthur Justice Center at Northwestern Law School, he says in cases where misconduct is clear, said he's often continue to fight against the allegations for months, sometimes years, and that could mean a hefty price tag for taxpayers. The decision to settle a case like that early ends up saving money for attorney's fees. And can result in Ah lower settlement before everybody gets dug in, and the price of the case goes up insurance policies and local budgets usually pay for judgments and claims. Jurisdictions hurting for cash may borrow issuing bonds to spread out payment, add bank fees and interest to investors. And those cost pile up with taxpayer's footing. The bill for police misconduct and as covert 19 devastates budgets nationwide. That could be a more frequent scenario. Chicago City Council Finance Committee Chairman Scott Waguespack says the city is working to break that expensive pattern and concentrating on police reforms so that we're not just saying, Okay, here's another settlement and good job negotiating it and move on, but really look at the deep seated issues within the department to start rooting out those problems. Activists argue tying police misconduct cost to police budgets could help prevent police wrongdoing as well as making police officers especially repeat offenders financially accountable. Currently so called qualified immunity rules shield officers from those costs that's changed in Colorado State representative Leslie Hair. It was the force behind the state's decision to drop its qualified immunity provisions. A new law requires officers guilty of wrongdoing to pay up to $25,000 and that if they were found to have acted in bad faith, violating someone's right, possibly ending in death. That they actually had to be held person responsible, just like anyone else who violated their policies and their obligations at their work with the law also allows officers to purchase liability insurance. Other jurisdictions looking to reduce police related lawsuits may follow that hybrid model of splitting settlement costs between cities and individual officers that just as victims or the families of people injured or killed by police misconduct. Continue to seek Justice. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS Chicago

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Texas Executes Inmate After 5-Month Delay Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

Fresh Air

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Texas Executes Inmate After 5-Month Delay Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

"Row inmate the first to occur sins covert 19 spread across the US NPR show quarterly reports, while three other executions are scheduled to take place next week in a federal prison in Indiana. A number of executions and death penalty senses in the U. S. This year is at a record low. Despite the push to resume executions, there has been a declining use of capital punishment in recent years. Robert Dunham, the head of the Death Penalty Information Center, says that this year's midpoint there have been on ly 13 new death sentences imposed throughout the country with six executions carried out. He expects the death penalty numbers to be among the lowest ever since the corona virus pandemic shutdown courtrooms and put capital cases on hold on LY states that are not taking The public health danger seriously are even contemplating execution. This year, Colorado became the 22nd state in the country to abolish the death penalty, while Louisiana and Utah joined other states that have not carried out an execution and more than a decade. Cheryl Corley. NPR

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New video shows Minneapolis police arrest of George Floyd before death

All Things Considered

03:58 min | 1 year ago

New video shows Minneapolis police arrest of George Floyd before death

"In Minneapolis fallout from the death of the man in police custody this week continues a video that went viral shows a police officer pressing his knee into the neck of a man the man was face down on the street handcuffed he repeatedly told the officer he could not breathe protesters gathered last night and then again today to demand that officers arrested the mayor is now calling for the same thing NPR Cheryl Corley is following that she's here now hi Cheryl hi just give us the latest catch us up on what has happened today well we know that the the four officers were all fired the mayor has weighed in on this is is you mention and set on the statement on Twitter that being black in America shouldn't be a death sentence we also know that the FBI is conducting a federal civil rights investigation the state police are conducting one as well and as we know that that arrest was captured on video and we know how that brought this whole issue of police use of force into the public consciousness and and many folks just say that this death was similar to the twenty fourteen death of Eric garner who also said he couldn't breathe when he was detained by police yeah we should just lay out clearly the man in question the man who died George Floyd is blocked the police officers need you see on his neck is white so that's the underlying dynamic here the family of George Floyd and we mentioned that the mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frye they are asking for criminal charges to be filed what do we know about that isn't likely well we've seen it happen in recent years we have seen police officers charged there was another case in Minnesota in twenty sixteen where an officer in the shooting death of Philando Casteel you may remember that one that was the school cafeteria supervisor of the officer was charged officer Janice he was acquitted in Chicago there was a police officer was found guilty of second degree murder in the shooting death of laquan McDonald that also raised a lot of protest across the country the video was really crucial Mary Louise in both those cases and it may be here to if any charges are filed I talked to Chuck Wexler the head of the police executive research forum that's an organization that works to develop best practices for police department and he said he's seen that video you really ask yourself why does that officer has continued to keep his his knee on the individual snack I mean it's just it's just excruciating to watch after he says he can't read and I will also want to point out that there are about a thousand the fatal police involved deaths every year and and few of those officers are charged but it does happen he mentioned the case of Eric garner and I'm also thinking of Michael brown in Ferguson in twenty fourteen those staffs did lead to reforms just remind us what happened there what what we might be watching for here well in both of those cases we solve the department of justice get involved in in Ferguson in particular there was a consent decree and the the city and the police department had to make several changes M. what happens in a lot of these cases is that the most significant policy and reform is all about the use of force and we've seen that in several departments in the first issue the first issue they take as they say you know you have to believe in the sanctity of life when we are dealing with these cases and then the second reform is that they asked officers to intervene and that there must be a duty to intervene so those are probably the two biggest reforms that have come out of these

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How A.I. is Filling in Coronavirus Testing Gaps

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:51 min | 1 year ago

How A.I. is Filling in Coronavirus Testing Gaps

"As we've been going through this pandemic there have been a bunch of things happening in parallel on the one hand. People are doing everything they can to figure out how the virus is spreading. They're trying to mitigate it from spreading telling people to stay indoors wearing masks all those sorts of things and health officials are also working to find a cure for it so that we can all go back to normal one of the ways that tech companies and health. Insurers have been trying to do this is by utilizing artificial intelligence a I R digital science editor Danielle Hernandez has been looking into this and she joins us now Danielle. Thanks so much for being here. Things were having all right. So one of the big questions is where testing stands at this point. How are they using? Ai Right now to try to fill in the gaps with testing right so since the pandemic started in came to the US Are TESTING CAPABILITIES. Have lagged and so. It's made it difficult for policymakers for researchers for clinicians for everybody essentially to track where exactly the corona viruses striking in the US and also to help us understand like where are the areas that are most at risk are and so because testing is still not reaching optimal levels. People are trying to assess risk. And where might be safe eventually to reopen economy safely in a data driven way? And so- policymakers researchers health systems are looking at alternative forms of data alternative being because it's not testing data and it's not necessarily tracing contact tracing data either Aso. They're looking at medical records from past conditions responses to respiratory illnesses like the flu complications demographics and other things that affect our health that we don't typically think of think of health related like what. Zip Code we live in. What socioeconomic background we have these things really do affect our health because they affect access to it and in our in our health throughout our lives and so they're mining that information to try to come up with insights about who at risk populations are and where they should deploy already scars resources to get ahead of the spray. Do we have a positive examples of that around the country like places where they were? They've used ai to try to figure this out well. So I spoke with one company that I mentioned in the story called Kinza. They make a smart thermometer that tracks. Thermometers our body temperature. So because the symptom of us in terms of nineteen and other respiratory illnesses is a spike in temperature. They think that they can use this information to basically alert Public health officials governments early earlier than you would actually like. Maybe have a positive test to to help them. Figure out like where these hotspots are. So they say that their data shows that like across the country like they were able to see in their data abnormal spikes in temperatures. That didn't Corley or were different than what they were. Seeing historically at other points and so one of the things that governments down in Florida are doing like deploying some of these thermometers to communities that are at risk so homes that have healthcare workers or people with preexisting conditions or that live in large households that might be more risk of complications but also being super spreaders and so the data are early. They haven't been validated Which is one of the criticisms that scientists have like they? They think that this information is useful but that we should keep in mind that the data aren't perfect and the previous attempts to use in medicine have met with problems because the data are incomplete and this virus is so new that we just know very little compared to other diseases about how it works. How it manifests complications etc. One of the other Examples that you had in your story that was really interesting as an speaking of like specifically targeting at risk communities. You had an example of in your story of a group. I think in Oklahoma that was reaching out to people they thought could be potentially a higher risk. Can you talk about that? A little bit. shores so this healthcare provider in that space in Oklahoma contracts with employers to provide their employees and their dependents with healthcare services. So think about like boutique clinics kind of settings right and so they use artificial intelligence system engineered by a different company to look through data that includes outcomes. Er visits socio economic data zip codes and so they use these data to train an algorithm to basically pick out who they thought would be at greatest risk if they were to contract Kobe. Nineteen so these are not patients with covert nineteen currently but patients. Who would maybe end up in the hospital in an ICU on a ventilator because other previous history as well as these other factors that I mentioned so nurses that were employed by this organization. They got on the phone and call these patients to tell them. Hey you may be at greater risk here. These are the things you should do. You know hygiene social distancing and then also inform them about what they should do if they were able to they were experiencing symptoms so the idea. There is prevention right. So I don't want these people to remain out of the hospital and healthy so that they don't overwhelm the healthcare system possibly infect other

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Chicago officer who died from COVID-19 complications identified as 21-year veteran

All Things Considered

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago officer who died from COVID-19 complications identified as 21-year veteran

"Officials in Chicago say a Chicago police officer has died from cold at nineteen NPR Cheryl Corley reports it's the first corner virus related deaths for the force fifty year old Markle DeFranco an undercover narcotics officer was a highly decorated twenty one year veteran of the Chicago police department Franco contracted the corona virus last week and was hospitalized over the weekend interim Chicago police superintendent Charlie back says the officer's death underscores the threat to public safety employees face we've always been more of a risk for violence because of our profession and now I think we are more at risk of virus because of our profession Beck says Chicago police officers have expressed concern about covert nineteen but there's been no unwillingness to continue coming to work to keep the city

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Chicago - Illinois schools and businesses close in efforts to contain the coronavirus

The Splendid Table

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago - Illinois schools and businesses close in efforts to contain the coronavirus

"Illinois is one of several states planning to close all of its schools beginning Tuesday as part of the effort to contain the coronavirus NPR's Cheryl Corley reports many private schools in Illinois already closed their doors and starting Tuesday the schools for about two million elementary and high school public school students in the state and any private school still open my shut down as well Illinois governor JB Pritzker says even though children seem to be less susceptible to cope at nineteen than other populations closing schools is the right thing to do and part of the state's larger social distancing efforts in addition to kids with immuno compromised conditions we have teachers and administrators parents and the larger population to consider Illinois schools will be closed through March

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Plantrama Reviews

Plantrama

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Plantrama Reviews

"Let's do a review of a couple of plants. Ellen what plant would you like our listeners to know about the plant that I am currently in love with is a particular cultivar of August dash called glowing embers and I was given a small pot of this plant? Try by the people at High Country Gardens whom I love and admire and I thought oh well this is pretty because the flowers are a a wonderful combination of sort of a deep corley orange pink with a little flush of purple in it. And it's just gorgeous. The foliage is a lovely gray. Green leaves are linear and thin. And I thought okay. This'll be pretty little. Did I know that it was also going to be a tremendous humming bird attractor and a wonderfully tasty mint in the garden? So for someone like me who wants to grow things that are both beautiful and edible turned out to be a real winner. I have since ordered three more plants. They grow to be about two or three feet tall. They they get quite wide and the flowers are prolific. It is gorgeous the hummingbirds like it better than they like the hummingbird feeder and you can cut and dry this at the end of the season in both the leaves and the flowers make a wonderful mint tea. That's just a little bit of a hint of liquorice in which you can drink as a plain T. or turn into a syrup and really up the game on your Mojo's it makes a great Mojo. Let me give a quick hint to some people who might have grown some Agosta keys in northern climates in the past For success with these plants. What I have found is first of all plant them in well drained areas. They don't like their feet wet in the winter in particular. Plant them in full Sun. They love he'd they love to be near rocks. If you've gotTA rockwall that absorbs heat. They would love that and don't cut them down in the fall. Wait until spring to cut them down. They seemed to go through the winter. Better if you haven't chopped and back in the fall well that's very interesting because I cut mine down in the fall and have for the past two years and they seem to have come back fine but in Pennsylvania or in Santa Fe in Santa Fe and here all I have is heat. Well drained soil and rock. So they're pretty much in their ideal growing conditions. Yeah see that's what I'm saying. You have the perfect growing conditions for all of the stack really and we certainly can grow them in more northern areas. But if you live in the upper midwest or the northeast don't cut it down in the winter you'll have a much greater likelihood of survival through the winter with that method. Well the plant. I want to review today. Ellen is a vegetable what a surprise. I know what a surprise. It's actually a turnip and I have two qualified this by saying two things first of all. I'm not a huge turnip fan. You know. It's not priority one for me for growing in the garden or at least it hasn't been in the past it might be now So because turnips you know often tend to be a little strong flavored. You have to use them in the right recipe and that's fine and they're good in you know roasted or in soups or whatever. But on the other hand. It's not something that I've ever rushed to take up garden space with well. This fall the burpee seed company. They did a brilliant piece of marketing. I thought because they didn't just send me a little packet of seeds with promotional material. Telling me how great this is. You know we read great reviews plants all the time but without trying it yourself. You don't know they sent me to turn up selling so you can actually see them very simard the carton turnips and they were about the size of a tennis ball. So not too huge like that. Because I don't want to necessarily commit to dinner for ten if I'm cooking. One of those huge tournaments right so I love the size there. A beautiful with just a blush of purple on the top. And the name of this. Turn-up is Silky. Sweep and I know they named that because it is smooth and silky it is sweet it is not overly turn up but it has enough of the Turnip Flavour. That you know. You're not eating an apple or you're not just eating. You know some sort of random vegetable. It is a turn up but it is sweet. It is delicious I cooked it and loved it in a in with other vegetables and some tomato sauce and eight one of them fresh just chopped up in a salad and it was delightful so I am definitely devoting garden space this year to the Silky. Sweet turn up from burpee seeds

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Democratic debate posed anti-billionaire candidates against a billionaire

Morning Edition

04:24 min | 1 year ago

Democratic debate posed anti-billionaire candidates against a billionaire

"Morning presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg made his debut last night on the twenty twenty democratic debate stage in Nevada and here's how he introduced himself to America I'm a New Yorker I know how to take on an arrogant con man like Donald Trump comes from New York and here is how his rivals responded I want to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads and horse stays to lesbians and no I'm not talking about Donald Trump I'm talking about male Bloomberg Mr Bloomberg had policies in New York City of stop and frisk which one half the African American and Latino people in an outrageous way that is not a way you're going to grow voter turnout let's put forward somebody who actually lives and works in a middle class neighborhood in an industrial midwestern city let's before somebody who's actually a Democrat well those democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders and be booted judge and that was all just in the opening ten minutes last night so how to Bloomberg fend off his rivals and how does is late entry complicate the democratic field for can ask Corley he lands he it Corey Ilan's he's a former communications eight for president Obama he's in studio thanks for coming in court good to be here how do you think Mike Bloomberg did last night I think he did exactly as we would anticipate he would do as somebody who's coming into the race at this particular time if you think about it Mike Bloomberg as he just said it is a former mayor of New York City so he's coming in with a sense that he's done this before this is not a big deal he clearly didn't prep and if you think about it didn't did not press this was very apparent because and if you think about it incumbent presidents when the running for that second term that first debate is always the roughest when the running for the real act that's the mindset he wasn't think about it he issued the the campaign issued a statement afterward saying he's just getting warmed up yeah that's exactly they knew he was not going to do well last time so does that mean does that hurt him I mean it if this is his first impression and he didn't make a good one then how does he pay that moving forward well here's the deal he is not on the ballot this week or next week in a lot of South Carolina so he literally had nothing to lose literally it's important for him to be on the stage now rather than in the South Carolina Carolina debate next Tuesday because it allows him to get all of this out all of his anxiety all of his nervousness all his bad move and all of the negativity as far as the issues he's been dealing with over the past several weeks all of that out now he can go to the South Carolina debate next week with a clean slate to to some degree hello yeah yes and by the way there's that whole four hundred million dollar thing that's on his side as well so that's going to keep him in the race right so lousy pizza last night people to judge said of the and I'm paraphrasing here but essentially Democrats could wind up with a choice between the two most polarizing candidates Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg especially because of that money you just noted is that a concern for you well I tell you this he has absolutely every right to be a candidate in this race and to spend the money that he needs to spend for Bernie he has built up a following over the past six years that has been consistent but it is a real threat to the Democratic Party because you have to outsiders one with enormous money one with the new home was following a democratic socialist and a former Republican billionaire that are your two biggest candidates right now that's a problem for the Democratic Party is there anyone that you as a Democrat as someone who follows all this closely who is invested is there anyone in this field of democratic candidates who you genuinely believe can beat Donald Trump I believe Joe Biden can be done from how he has lost the first two contests well I tell you this when you look at where he is right now he anticipated that it wasn't going to do well in Iowa and New Hampshire he has put all his chips in South Carolina and thinks he's also going to do well here in out in the bottom at the end of the day Joe Biden is banking on South Carolina and using that as a springboard into super Tuesday the key is going to be how much money does he have going into the in soups Tuesday to make a spread across the country right and is Mike Bloomberg of potentially it gains traction he could siphon off some of that money exactly right Cory eons former communications aide in the Obama White House thank you for your time this morning no problem could be here

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Built Of Bricks Made Of Memories, Glass Houses Honor Victims Of Gun Violence

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Built Of Bricks Made Of Memories, Glass Houses Honor Victims Of Gun Violence

"Every week hundreds of people die by gun violence in the United States an art exhibit honoring some of those victims will soon move to Washington DC from Chicago creators of the gun violence memorial project hope it will raise awareness of what they consider an epidemic of violence in the country NPR Cheryl Corley reports and your card was cultural center one of the first things visitors now see on the building's ornate ground floor is a cluster of four glass houses each has seven hundred glass brick openings a stark physical reminder of the average number of people killed by guns each week in the country some bricks are empty others are labeled with the names birthdays and date people died the space is hold small pieces of who they were a hairbrush pieces of jewelry a photograph to will love to go to chose to have a charity love family so the pitch of us as a family Pam Bosley space lights up and she talks about her son eighteen year old Terrell Bosley was a college student who played the bass in church band in two thousand six he was gunned down in a church parking lot while he helped a friend on low drums from a car Bosley wears pictures of our son on the pendant necklace and a bracelet she says the diorama she built for his space shows how much she loved music has charms his driver's license you know this and that he was somebody that had dreams hopes he want to be somebody he would have been somebody if his life and in the Bosnian another mother who lost her son to gunfire were the inspiration for the exhibit the follow through came from the mass design group an artist's Hank Willis Thomas Thomas says the houses are an artistic and unifying way to engage people and what's often a divisive issue for him it's also personal he lost a cousin to gun violence in two thousand and I recognize that there are memorials all over the country for heroes of wars and fallen soldiers but there are no

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WCBM 680 AM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"corley" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dot com we have the Ellis outdoors dot com we don't usually put a lot of tips on the also through our site being linked to a Maryland hunting Corley from there we've got we've got all kinds of stuff in there are you bow hunter all American all right well the Maryland hunting quarterly this issue we have they are very very interesting article on arrows on the bow hunters arrows and you know some of the new technology and some of the some of the hacks that you can use it's called arrow Intel you should know choosing the right shoes in choosing the right shaft and it explains the difference and then it talks about hacks the intrinsic could make a difference in the performance your your bow and so forth so there you go on all right thanks for bye bye email Sir Chris oh my goodness we've got rush Jesse and Bob rule of better write all that down this GSE and Bob okay let's put Russia morning rush good morning how are you well as I'm well how are you can preacher yeah I'm hanging in there today yep what's what's going on with your eyeballs there but you know I I've had diabetes for a long time right but about a year ago all the sudden it decided it really wanted to manifest in a big way I'm a kind of exploded so I'm having a lot of trouble my eyes actually haven't been out of line I went on a I went on a double hunt in the beginning of September right had a very good day but I've been having so much trouble with my vision I haven't felt comfortable taking a shot at anything right now well so anyway I'm having a procedure done Monday and it's going to be a long road but they think they can clear it up no that's good yeah yeah so good I'm glad to hear that yeah appreciate any prayers L. course all great our audience is good at that yes so I mean you're my routine man every Saturday morning I get up to listen to your show with my coffee and then I make a pancake breakfast for the wife and kids that night so one of her to win a muzzle loader no I wouldn't hurt at all well I don't know we I I know the first one was shipped they haven't heard from from our winter but we'll see what happens on that and yeah the next to no go out sometime after the first week of December so we'll and that's how it's going to work for November the show's rip pre recorded next week it's a good one with Ryan Eyler yeah and and and always is the first day of deer season course a lot of people were you know out and about in the woods and so forth but if anybody calls in next week there in the November and the December show at the I think that's all that we worked at but I love CVA products I can lie on the I just I bought and a used Hockin CVA hawk and no go and you know I kind of outgrew it and then I wound up with these CVA wolf that one is now kind of they've redesigned it since I bought it yeah and it doesn't have the the the back of the barrel that on screws I sought the use the breech plug right thing right but I actually recently got the CD a our travel case for it and stuff so I've been successful with it you know I I just there's something about CDA in the company of always liked need to me too so I'm not the other guys kind of a favorite user I got it I won't mention their names no well you know what I have I have some Remick did I have a I've had several Thompson centers and I've just gravitated to CVA become used to I like the way they feel so yeah me too me too yep right all right man well thank you and good morning thank you wrestle for sheet that if we can get Jesse and Bob to hang on there will be right back to him but we got to talk about our our our folks should make this possible and that's just because the doors.

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"corley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"corley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Rapid set notes on his debut album, man on fire pretty circus. Tina Koller caught up with him at the south by southwest music festival. Matty. You're listening to all things considered on WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd. The unionized faculty at Rutgers University is threatening to strike. The faculty union has been negotiating a contract with the university's leadership since March of last year, and they say they'll walk out if a deal isn't reached in the coming days, it would be the first faculty strike in Rutgers two hundred fifty three year history. Joining me with the latest on the negotiations is nj spotlight reporter corley Citron. Welcome back to WNYC, Jamie. Thank you so much for having me. Let's start with the Union's demands. We spoke with Dr Deepa Kumar. She's professor of media studies and president of Rutgers largest faculty union, she said one of the things faculty is asking for is a concerted effort on the part of school administrators to diversify the teaching staff. She says that back in nineteen seventy six Rutgers had one hundred seventy five African American faculty and that in two. Two thousand seventeen the number went down to eighty nine up. -solutely no reason why the should be the case. And so we as a union have been fighting to diversify the faculty because it's very important for diverse student body to have tackle ty- that looked like them. That was a a huge factor in their negotiations was getting those diversity numbers up. And it's important to note that Rutgers recently announced about twenty million dollars in additional funding for its faculty diversity hiring initiative, and that a lot of thinking in members will say is a direct result of their continued push during these negotiations the staff says it would also like to see pay parody between campuses. They say faculty at Rutgers flagship campus, which is in New Brunswick make more than those on the Newark, and Camden campuses, how significant is that disparity. So it's important to keep in mind here that the data we've had access to comes from the union. But at the same time those studies are done by professors who are experts in their field. So you've kind of got a ticket with two grains of salt there. A union analysis did find that faculty at Newark and Candian on average earn ninety percent and eighty percent of the salaries of their colleagues at New Brunswick respectively. So that means if you're a professor working in Newark, you earn ten percent less than your colleagues in New Brunswick in Camden. You would earn twenty percent less. A lot of the requests on the part of the union are tied to more spending does Rutgers have the resources it needs to meet the requests union officials point to about seven hundred eighty three million dollars of what's called unrestricted reserves that Rutgers has they basically are saying that that's a pot of money that could be spent on teachers salaries, but at the same time records has defended itself, basically, saying those unrestricted reserves are up for the taking that money's being held for financial aid for construction improvements research student. Services records, president rapper. Archie said at the university is in what he said is a vulnerable financial situation and increasing the funding for professor salaries could signal further tuition increases Cory Booker is expressing support for the faculty union on Twitter. But he is a Senator on Capitol Hill a federal job so Rutgers is a state school. And that makes me think about say governor, Phil Murphy and his administration, maybe the state legislators what about that has governor Murphy said anything about these negotiations. He has kind of danced around the issue a little bit. He said he supports the sentiment behind them. But I asked him directly a couple of weeks back, and he wouldn't comment on the negotiations as they were ongoing a lot of it lies at seek government and with the individual universities to negotiate contracts and to put these things in play, Leslie, I do want to ask you about the students is this having an impact on. The campus culture life any student response to the looming potential strike yet. So very recently. We're starting to see a lot of student groups in students coming out in support of their professors picketing right alongside them taking to social media to let their pinions being known, which is important because part time lecturers and these contingent faculty members teach more than thirty percent of the courses at records. And so because most of those classes are large core curriculum lectures, most if not all the students at Rutgers will encounter on one of these contingent part time faculty at some point during their college experience. So for them to be able to come out and say, my professor is going through this. And I support them is actually a pretty big deal. Corley Citron is a reporter for nj spotlight. Thank you very much Carly. Thank you so much for having me..

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"corley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"corley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Plans to sell all its assets and tear, Cheryl corley reports. There is perhaps no better example, Johnson publishing companies disappearing act then here on Chicago's Michigan avenue. I'm standing in front of the company's former headquarters once a luxurious monument to black business success and the first building in the city designed by a black architect. It's now an apartment building. Oh, Northwestern University journalism. Professor Charles Whitaker. Worked at Johnson publishing for a decade at ebony magazine. He's just Santa pass by the building and see leasing signs. Monument that John Johnson built that was such a source of pride to black America to see that pass is, you know, put a lump in your throat the late John H Johnson and his wife Eunice founded Johnson publishing in the early nineteen forties to showcase the achievements of black Americans. The historic photos in coverage of the nineteen fifty five lynching of Chicagoan imitate will help spark the country's civil rights movement. Lynn Norman, a former ebony managing editor says she grew up with the magazines like so many other African Americans. They were always on the coffee table at our home. It was use as a resource homeworks school. But also as a way to let me know gone up in a small town in Tennessee that as a big daddy here circulation and at revenue for the flagship magazines plummeted though over the years and in twenty eleven Johnson publishing took a crucial step selling an equity stake to banker J P Morgan Chase. It's all. Ebony and jet to a pair of African American venture capitalist and twenty sixteen and a few years ago, the company tried relaunching its fashion, fair.

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"corley" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"corley" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"You know, maybe Maradas next choose with the guy from. Or story from what or story American horror story Oishi. Do you watch that I've never seen it? I love it. But I don't know who her man is. I have read some lines that are troubling. But I choose to ignore them. She has a boyfriend yet a longtime friend, but she's. Not the do you follow her? Did you ever watch glee when it was on? And who did you on PBS? Who did you like what are your thoughts? I think for the time we were in. It was really cool. I think now like it would be really corny like, I just think Riverdale things so much more edgy. And I just I don't think like that would. Yeah. That's very fair assessment. Do you ever watch scream queens? I did not know that's going to be a problem for us. It's the best show ever happens the world yet with two M'S or one with one N. And you remember when we started dating and we were talking like around Halloween, and then I trust scream queens for Halloween. So you should. And I remember the show this question before because when we were talking before Halloween, just, you know, flirting in the office by the water, cooler, you were like asked me what I was going to be for Halloween, and I said from scream queens, and you hadn't watch show. You would think he would have gone home and watch it could have something to talk to me about them each just like lunch. I wonder if I watching episode because of that I might have really of you would remember it's like that premium anyways, very happy for Lee Michelle and in some other wedding news chance the rapper has also married. His longtime girlfriend cure Ston corley. Chancer is a married, man. Hip. Hop star twenty five he's young what his longtime girlfriend Kirstin corley on Saturday at the resort. At pelican hill in Newport Beach, California, people confirms guests included Kim Kardashian west and her husband, Kanye who have been longtime friends of chance a source tells people comedian Chapelle was also in attendance, according to a news, although the robber has yet to share any photos from pairs nuptials. He did leave a comment underneath a handful of images and videos taken from the ceremony which were posted online by the shade room. I did see that they got like paparazzi photos, and he commented these photos came from some lanes. Wait till you see the official ones. He must have an exclusive or something with people magazine. And he's just like doesn't want that to cut into his chancellor. He seems like above that those same common. I had right when when photos are being leaked. These lames except it was like all people that we knew and we were like happy to leave them thoughts because I saw pictures of Konya like he was wearing like what look to be like a just black jeans. Okay. Short sleeve button, black buttoned-down, okay? At the wedding..

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"corley" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"corley" Discussed on KCRW

"Cheryl corley reporting from the courthouse in Chicago where Jason Van Dyke has just been sentenced. Thank you, Cheryl. You're welcome. Let's step back now. And consider what this case might tell us about the culture of Chicago's police department, Nicole Gonzalez van Cleef had a front seat on that culture. She used to work in the prosecutor's office for Cook County, which encompasses Chicago based on that experience. She wrote a book, titled crook, county, racism and injustice in American's largest criminal court. I asked her which makes of the sentence handed down to dyke today. Really, it was the video that was the game changer in this case when I was doing my research for the book county, it was over a decade that I was observing interviewing judges and prosecutors and basically the code of silence in policing stretched all the way into the courtroom. And so when there were cases where a suspect was shot, and the story didn't really make sense. Prosecutors were shamed or intimidated into whistle blowing. They would go up the chain of command. And at every point be intimidated in one case a prosecutor described having an ash tray thrown at his head. And they blamed him and said, you're not you're not a defense attorney or prosecutor as though the protocol in that culture was to believe police wholeheartedly all these little things where the tacit ways that police could exert their influence not just on the streets, and he's kind of misconduct cases or use of force cases. But they can in some ways control the prosecutors and the judges through intimidation when you describe code of silence the phrase you just used to explain what you mean. And explain whether you think that is something unique to Chicago. You know? I don't think it's you need to Chicago. The code of silence, basically says you know, that you always believe the police officer, and you don't question their judgment, even if there's a dead suspect in in my study twenty out of the twenty seven judges that I interviewed admitted that police perjury occurred in six wouldn't even answer the questions, whether they were intimidated or whether that was part of the silence. So in some ways when a police officer did harm, they wouldn't somebody's laugh about it. As though it was just kind of the inside joke, and the fact that I was such a young law clerk doing this research study. And I still know these rules that to me showed how flagrant the culture was lukewarm McDonald's. Steph led to a Justice department investigation. And the final report from that investigation detailed excessive use of force by Chicago police, and recommended all kinds of reforms have those changes been made enough, you know, only twenty five of the ninety nine reforms have been in some ways implemented since the department of Justice 2017 report. But if you look and see which ones have not the use of force reforms, eight of them have not been implemented accountability forms nine of them have not been implemented community policing ones that would help in some ways show, racial complaints that are coming in or cases, racial abuse. Those are not being implemented. So again, the police department is resisting the reforms that would disrupt this culture that we see is really a stronghold in Chicago policing an extends all the way into the court system. Nicole, thanks so much. Thank you, Nicole Gonzales van cleave. She spent a decade studying the criminal court system in Chicago. She's now professor of sociology and criminal Justice at the university of Delaware..

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