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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Max, who's been covering this case for the past two years. Welcome Hi. Thanks for having me. I'm glad you could be with us, Samantha. It sounds like the family did not know about this plea deal. Was it a surprise? So the district attorney in the family have been in talks for three years now, since this shooting, and all of the sudden we had this plea deal just days before this case was set to go to trial. I was going to be in court today for jury selection. And the family says that they were not consulted before this plea deal was agreed to. So essentially, you know, there was always the possibility that this could happen so many cases the majority of cases really end in plea deals. But the family is saying that by the time that this decision had been made the defense and the prosecution they'd met. They discussed this option. They decided on it and the family was just kind of told this is what's happening. The officer was set to go to trial for first degree murder charges. What does the plea deal include? So instead, Andrew Del Key has pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter. If he had been convicted of first degree premeditated murder. He could have spent the rest of his life in prison. But instead he has been sentenced to three years, which he will be serving. Not in state prison but in the local jail. So that also means that because of good time credits if he's well behaved, he could get out and about a year and a half, so it's a pretty big jump from what we could have seen if there had been a conviction for the original charge. And what have prosecutors said about why they took this plea deal. So the district attorney essentially just said that this was not a slam dunk case, even though he truly believes that the officer wasn't justified when he pulled the trigger. Because Daniel Handbrake had a gun in his hand when he was running away. The district attorney just felt that he was not short that he was going to get a conviction. I've also been told by a local attorney in town that apparently, both the prosecution and the defense have been holding kind of Mark trials with focus groups and a lot of those have been ending in hung Juries, so he just felt like at least this way. For the first time in the city's history, a police officer would be going to jail for killing someone. But obviously it's just a kind of different outcome than what the family had hoped for. We heard a very emotional clip there from the mother reacting, and I wonder, what is the reaction from people who, as I understand, we're already outside of the courtroom outside of the courthouse. Waiting for updates on this case. Yes, it was really emotional being in court on Friday as I was walking in. I actually walked in with Sheila Clemens Lee, whose son was killed by a police officer about a year and a half before hand brake and I asked her how she was doing, and she just said not good. As I got inside the entire hallway was just filled with activists who were hugging and crying. And then once Vicky Hambrick, Daniel Hamburg's mother started giving her own speech and getting incredibly emotional and crying and screaming. Everyone was in tears. I mean, I've just I've been in court plenty of times, and I've just never seen anything like it before. The attorney read a statement from the mother and the statement read. I have contempt for the system. I have contempt for this plea and then goes on to say I have a special contempt for Andrew del Key. This was the first time as I understand it that we actually heard from former Officer Andrew Del Key. What did he have to say? So, you know, other than the interviews that we have that he did with state agents after the shooting, this is Yeah. The first time we've heard him speak in court. And it was a little bit of a jarring experience. I mean, he was incredibly nervous, but he was very apologetic. He said that he did not believe that his actions were reasonably justified that no mother should lose their child that he thinks about what he did every single day. And something that was really interesting is whereas his defense attorneys and the police union for three years now have been saying Andrew Del Key was completely justified in his use of force. He was just following his training. Elke When he took the stand, he said, You know what? I hope that My case contributes positively to a much needed conversation about how police are trained, suggesting that he thinks the way that he was trained was not right and that it was problematic. So I think it'll be really interesting to see if his words have any impact on our police department here. W p. L N reporter Samantha Max. Thank you so much. Thank you. Some people say coping with the pandemic has helped them find new connections in their communities. In one small Vermont town, an emergency response is becoming a tradition. From member station, Vermont Public Radio LEXI CROP reports When Erika Hoffmann Keys first heard about people applauding for front line workers in big cities, she didn't think that would work so well in her town of Thetford, Vermont. The community is spread out. There's about 60 people every square mile. There are some places in Vermont, where you can go outside your door and bang a pot and pan and nothing's going to happen because nobody hears you. The cows might be impressed, but but we do have a lot of churches, churches with bells. At the height of the pandemic. Last year, Bells rang out from five churches in school buildings in Bedford every evening at seven, including where Erica worships the United Church of Bedford..

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Reporter Daniel Hamburg has more on the Internet sleuth who found her sibling. Him and my mom were separating and he just took off with her and left state back. Then you know that computers weren't that big of a thing so we could just never find her. Smith says The bench warrant was put out for his arrest. But they didn't have. The resource is to go searching for him back then I just from time to time with Randomly check the Internet. Think about six years ago, I found that she lived in more Zberg, Tennessee, but that was all I could find. Thistle. October she found Miriam's information online and wrote a letter. Then a cap the ladder for probably about a month because I was just afraid to send it. And finally, one day I was like, Well, I need to send this ladder I'm never gonna now if I don't send it a quick phone call back and they were finally connected after 41 years. I was old enough to remember her. But I didn't know if she remembered me or what she may have been told Wendy was 13 at the time She was separated from her sister, Miriam was five. There was Definitely exciting, very overwhelming for both of us. Just a lot of thoughts and emotions the whole way around. Now. Wendy, Miriam and Mom Marlene talk fairly regularly making up for Lost time. Daniel Hamburg News Nation. Like we always say with these stories, the Internet can do a lot of positive things absolutely came. We're talking about dating, so reuniting, you know, two people and now reunited to people who were long lost that never met it. You know, it's fantastic. It is fantastic. I love it. Well, the new year means new resolutions. But.

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Trump made the announcement about Operation Legend from the White House today and continued to stress the need for stronger police forces. We want to Make a law enforcement stronger, not weaker. What cities they're doing is absolute insanity. Many of the same politicians who want to slash resource is for law enforcement. Have also declared that their cities their sanctuaries for criminal illegal aliens. Meanwhile, here in Nashville, the murder trial for decommissioned Metro Police officer Andrew Del Key is scheduled to start in February of 2021. Donkey is charged by the D A for the 2018 shooting death of Daniel Hamburg, who was running from police and allegedly refused to drop the gun. Jury selection scheduled to start February 15th a news channel five says he's been told a jury pool of at least 300 people will have to be called it due to all of the publicity. A change of venue request was denied its gonna be held in Nashville, Tenn. Weaver W T and news News brought to you by mattress Firm traffic and weather Next Genesis Diamonds W T and Traffic center. Morning West and the Williamson Nixon canning line. A vehicle fire situation's got expected away the king since race, 60 found south of near Portland. Left Lane is still want. They're trying it on the way. 40 east and 24. The 40 split here Now, then, accident has moved off to the side, but still some delay around 24 Western Shelby and 24 west of Hickory Hollow Parkway. Bromley North Operate Mills got a crash in shoulder. Jack Womack traffic every 10 minutes every.

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

13:23 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Matters. I'm Robert blond now the month. February, of course, is black history month, we have a series of conversations that will be having across the course of this month talking about things that are going on currently that have roots in black history as well as some figures and events that have taken place in the past. We're talking about both today as part of a subject that's going on in current events in the mid state, many of you have heard about ballot measure a four twenty sixteen in Nashville to have a community oversight board for the police after a number of incidents had taken place where some wrongful death cases had come up in police encounters, but the most recent development with that took. Took place earlier this week Representative Michael Curzio sponsored age b six fifty eight. That was presented to the state house this week a Bill that would preempt the Nashville community oversight board and the power of other boards across the state. There was a response to this community oversight hosting a press conference where they had announced campaign called don't play where you're not welcome. Now. This gets a little more detailed don't play where you're not welcome is a campaign that is trying to make sure that if this community oversight board from Nashville or this Bill passes H B six fifty eight that would preempt community oversight that it potentially could where police have free rein and can possibly alter the lifestyles and the safety of black athletes in Tennessee. Now, this would hit the state of Tennessee, particularly university of Tennessee, right where it would hurt most potentially right in. Doc wallet. Consider that the university of Tennessee the football team brought in one hundred six million dollars in twenty seventeen that was more than ala Bama. And right now, of course, it's basketball program is ranked number one in the nation successful athletic programs and the revenue they generate spill over into the local economies and impact small businesses. Consider if program lost two or three football players out of a twenty five member class, and that obviously can have a huge impact on a program for years. So that's where we are right now with sort of dueling resolutions amd proposals. This all coming on the heels of a lot of work done to establish this Nashville oversight board if you tuned in to one of our shows last month, you heard our conversation with Dr Sekou Franklin. He is a political science professor with middle Tennessee State university. And we talk about how we. Got to the point with this community oversight board a lot of work had gone into the planning and preparation establishment. And how that just generally how this would work trying to get this on the ballot. Let alone past but before the election. This was as I mentioned before an idea that had roots going back decades to some of the more famous civil rights names and voices in American history of number six voters in Asheville ratified amendment number one and number one established or establishing the first ever committee oversight board was known in political circles as a seal be, and the committee oversight board is a is a board that would be comprised of eleven people and administrative staff, which would address please police accountability issues. Whether that means people who are stopped by by. Law enforcement use of force issues conduct policy reviews on policing matters. But not just policing matters. The board has ability to conduct policy reviews on all criminal Justice procedures and all KOMO Justice policies and the seal be effort has been a a twenty plus effort. The idea of be oversight board has been around that just the basic idea has been around actually sister early nineteen seventies. When you had several controversial police killings that occurred in Asheville, particularly if Americans and in early sixty seventies, civil rights leaders begin pushing commute oversight board, which I issued enough was initially advocated by Martin Luther King junior. We did a show together in nineteen sixty four and nineteen sixty six Marcos Gaijin your s sixty five advocated for oversight boards for New York City, Chicago and and. Watch after those cities erupted in civil disturbances. The man was a head of his time wasn't he he was head of his time and oversight boars were were proposed before mar the area. But he probably was the most prominent person who gave voice that idea of oversight board to dress issue. Still is out of people could bring complaints regarding potential abuses mistreatment misconduct by law enforcement without having to submit those complaints internally to the police department where oftentimes they're either buried or their educated with bias and oversight. Board proposal has a long history of trying to resolve complaints with some level of independence. And in the case of Nashville, the oversight board proposal was put forward by a number of different groups part of a group called community oversight now, which is a coalition of seven or eight groups, but other groups in Nashville also pushed oversight board of this most recent ration- groups like IMF, which is a ministerial group of Noah and other groups in. So fortunately after about a twenty. Twenty one month fight twenty month fight we were able to get oversight board ratified Nashville in November. You mentioned some of the tragic killings that took place, and there were some just over the past twelve fifteen months that certainly brought that issue to more of a light as far as when this was on the ballot in November. I could see it being a case where an oversight board with something that's been on the back burner where maybe there instances where the topic heated up is as other incidents took place. I could see where more recent incidents, I guess maybe the evolution of body cameras, and and having more evidence, and and and digital surveillance that makes it more of valid. I don't know valid the right word, but a stronger argument that that's what helped spur that. Maybe the truth is in between had we get here. Also choosing between. I mean in the case of Nashville we've had several iterations or pushes for oversight board. So I do want to make that point say how what that is. But the most recent ration- of an oversight board. Push Nashville Kurd in part because of the national wave of protests around police killings that were captured on camera you've always had police killings controversy police killings, but you know, when we were growing up, but you you've never beatings shooting. My hometown towns I've lived in. But you never had a caught on camera in the case of this most recent way of across the country. This is the first time we've seen police killings being captured on cell phones and other other cameras. So that's that's happened. But also in Nashville in particular, the most recent wave of push seal via curb because of the killing of Mr. Clemens duck Whiskas who was killed in the Casey homes housing project in February twenty seventeen and from that killing a coalition developed called the Justice for coalition, primarily comprised of African women who are pretty well known national activism people like Theta Murphy to call Elaine. But even before the jockeys Clemens killing in Nashville, one of the things that also triggered this way was. In an October two thousand sixteen. There's a local group in Nashville call getting the army, which does which is kind of at the forefront of restorative Justice and get his army produced a hundred hundred plus page report called driving while black drive. All black report that looked at two million two million data points to me stops and interviewed twenty thirty people Nashville as well and produce a pretty comprehensive report about racial, profiling Nashville, so those two things the drama black report by gays army and the jockeys Clemens killing in February twenty seventeen push for spearheaded or propelled this push for a committee oversight board and the coalition that I belong to. Comprise representatives from the Justice coalition, the moxie Nashville showing up for racial Justice getting army Lila's matter. No, prisons exception, collective cadre of groups. So if you look at the pathway how to get to November six twenty twenty eighteen the pathway was the the Guineas army reporting twenty sixteen the killing of MISA jockeys Clemens and then in November twenty seventeen more than the year ago, we push for a council ordinance account. That is a law council adopted oversight board council rejected that idea and that then led to a charter referendum petition drive that we've silted coordinated and then we got that verified in August of last year. And then it was put before the voters in November twenty sixteen twenty eighteen and the pushback from the council, and the number of police groups, and the initial reaction for me is like why? And and of course, there's a natural tendency to have all. All of these kind of cynical reactions to what some of the possibilities are too. Why is that fair or they're more to wide some groups that feel like this is not something that we need to have? I really just genuinely don't understand the other side of the argument. Well, some of it is troubling. And some of it is probably legitimate more legitimate part of it is logistically how do you put it together? How do you pay for it? Will it work those the logistical arguments? Some council members who made this to our cause how do you make legally appropriate that can surpass that can that can survive legal challenges those kinds of things I don't wanna this miss that the troubling parts. I think for me are twofold is that probably the most influent one of the most influential interest groups in Nashville fraternal order police paternal order police triple down opposition to the committee oversight board proposal. They also have inflow of donations campaign donations one of the biggest donors to city council members. And they also have. A kind of they have more stature because law. The way to the military. Stature would have statue in the congressional. If you bring in as part of the institution. The local local turnover police has Khanna stature some of it's both, you know, substantive and campaign donations some of it's just fidelity fidelity to to a law enforcement says regardless of of of any kind of opposition was that a big challenge in the campaign getting this on the ballot? Getting it approved getting getting it voted for the weather fair or unfair that avoid for this was going to be vote against something the police want. Yeah. The biggest challenge was will evolve for this was a vote against a wanted to sting fraternal order, right? The union the police union, and I'm specifically not distinguishing that because of the minds of voters. Does that make sense? Yes. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. So so let me just make the point that. But a time to November twenty eighteen rolled around. I think voters at artists shifted. Support of the oversight board and part of that also is because stuck in between that process were news stories about problems in about the police department. You also had the metro relations commission invited the department of Justice to come to Nashville the community relations division to do a assessment of policing Nashville. They also recommended changes. And then also you had a killing of another African Mr. Daniel Hamburg that was caught on tape. So I think the public was already moving by November in favor of community sideboard, but too good to your point. Yes. Prior to that period of time. Many people will say that about for oversight board are both accountability vote against the police. And then but Ambi, but also stuck in. There is also race. Right. And there's a there and by all accounts up on my academic hat on all accounts. You know, why it's an afro Americans just see policing differently. That's just. Based on all measures. Whether whether we accept those all base majors all studies. They interpret the experiences law enforcement in a different way than say African whites. So I do think that going back to the opposition council. I do think there was some some some racial polarization also impacted the ability to appreciate you coming in great to see sicker Franklin. Joining.

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Welcome back to martinsville. They call it a paper clip. You can also say something else about martinsville. And that is unless you are up to speed all in the mail. He's suddenly look in the rear view mirror and you see the race leader closing in Daniel Hamrick. William Byron baba Wallis type Dylan those drivers right now are in danger won't take but another Lapper too. And they are going to be a lap down in happens in a hurry here and William Byron you mentioned him. Jeff William Byron started today's race in the thirty fourth position. Now he qualified yesterday evening in the sixth spot but with this enhanced weekend with practice yesterday. Qualifying guess for the evening NASCAR did their official inspection this morning when the garage open the twenty four car William Byron failed inspection as did a couple of other machines DJ Kennington scar failed inspection as the Jeb Burton? So they all had to go to the back of the field today for the start. Now that loss of track position is now becoming. Paramount for William Byron, the young racer and that exalted Chevrolet. He's only got a car between himself in the race leader. And if you'll wonder where around the race track things would start to get physical debut knew exactly where on taking you all you gotta do is look at Matt Benedetto right now, he is twenty second. But when he looks in the rear view mirror. Not too far back is that blue and white number two par in between that and Brad you've got Newman. Ty Dillon bubble Wallace. Henrik William Byron everybody trying to stay on the lead lap. And they're all bunched together off turn to and willing to do just about anything. They need to do or have to do to stay on that lead. What clues are pulling guy in front of out of the way? So they can get on with the program. Practice Laskey now on the back bumper. Michael McDowell Dave I was talking a little while ago about how you're going to save your, but right now, the two car the position he's in lead this race trying to get around all these lack cars that is not the good physician the car. He's pretty well. Got to drive art pass these guys right now. But still try to take care of that car pretty methodical about it right now rusty ducks to the bottom. Michael McDowell machine. Naked wine. We'll come William Byron working their way up off of turn number two nearly got into the backbone per buyer. And here they go down the backstretch two three William Byron just not rotating. Well in the middle does not get back to the Ronald anywhere near as quickly. As Brad Keselowski. Brad will follow to ride on the tire tracks. Here's Keselowski going into turn one hill opened up the inside lane trying to put Byron a lap down. And he'll do that very quickly moves to the inside of the racetrack. Byron fighting hard in that high laid trying to cling to believe laugh, but he's got the advantage and he'll put him a lap down. Boy, it's getting fiscal right in front of them, though. Dave you had baba get into Ryan Newman, the Newman got back into Bubba. Henrik trying to stay on the late lap. And here comes the race leader Daniel Hamburg shoehorn from his machine to the inside of Ryan Newman down the back straightaway. Couple of machines biting hard to meet a final card only to the inside on Newman. Bubba Wallace trying. Pedal for all he's worth as well. Bubba with the king Richard petty in that transportation impact Chevrolet. They work back to turn one. And he's trying to stay on the tail end of the lead lap as well. I wanted to above Wallace hands right now the guy right behind him his Ryan Newman widely acknowledged to be the toughest guy to pass it all of NASCAR. Daniel hammered figuring that out right about now, the leader practice lousy and right behind Brad now and very patiently going about his second-place run is Denny Hamlin. Chase Elliott right now also patient. No need to shove your way, all the way to the front. So Elliott right now can tentacle bird Eric L Merola and Clint Boyer, Alex also showing a lot of patients. Unfortunately when you're the race leader. Like Brad, though, all you can do is just continue to pile your way through the field. I love what rusty was saying just a minute ago rusty talking about savior race car. But some of these guys are showing some patients in the back half of the top five or even the second half of the top ten rusty. But you mentioned Brad Keselowski the. A leader. He's trying to put as many cars a lap down as possibly can you feel like he is abusing equipment a little or. No, I don't think so right now because what he's doing he's striking when he needs to strike if he gets a job done cools a car back off catastrophic conservatively, but right now, he's got a good enough car is able to pass these guys with pretty easy. He's right now he's going to turn three pass at Ryan Newman. Right for David Hill. He got held up barrel little bit but other than that, the two car looks pretty good Bank gridlock time to make his way past. Daniel Hamrick is taking him a good long time right now to deal with Ryan Newman. Finally, he find for him to the inside. But again, Newman squeezer deep down off to a spa. Toughest driver to pass and try to put a lap down here. Alex hayden. I think there's only one choice isn't it the Ryan Newman? He's toughest a pass. Whether it's here and martinsville speedway in a tight little tracking. Heck he's tough to pass in the grocery store without with a cart full of groceries to. But that's Ryan Newman. He works up off of turn number two right now. Newman will hang on for the moment. To the tail end of the lead lap. Brad had him past about three times nuit Newman unwilling to just give it up. Again, Brad gets down to the inside. But Newman will battle back newly trying to stay on the tail end of the lead lasts stage. Number one goes to lap one hundred thirty we are now fifty nine laps into today's race. Brad Keselowski showing the way trying to put Ryan Newman currently a lap down. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Brian Bruno live on the scene of a recent windstorm here to describe the events the chest of drawers, there's a storm howling outside. So I thought I'd stay in and watch Iran. Five minutes into the flick. A tree ranch slams through the window. Were you hurt? I.

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"With your top stories the family of a man shot and killed by a metro Nashville. Police officer is suing the city and the officer involved for thirty million dollars also asking for additional damages. We're asking for a nominal damages compensatory damages attorney fees and calls. So now, we're asking for thirty million at a minimum dance, Daniel Hamburg Stanley attorney he was shot last summer by officer, Andrew del key who was indicted by a grand jury in January for first degree murder. Ambrose was shot while running with a gun from police. The lawsuit claims he did not pose a threat or imminent harm to anyone when he was gunned down the Chatham county. Sheriff is opening up on social media about the fatal officer involved shooting that ended in the death of world champion boxer Kayla. Plants mother fifty one year old Beth plant. Tennessee and says Mike breedlove posted it's easy to second guess in officer's decision. When you have hours days and months to study scrutinizing opined from the couch. It's another when you're out there in the darkness has screams blood and weapons enter into the mix TBI's investigating. Authorities claims that Beth plant pulled the knife in the back of an ambulance and then threatened the deputy after the paramedics pulled over and arrived. Ken Weaver, WTN new house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she has not for the impeachment of president. Trump's speaking today on Capitol Hill, the California Democrat said impeachment is divisive. And she does not think congress should go down that path. She added that Trump is not worth it because it will again divide the country news brought to you by Johnny..

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

14:24 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The police have now responded metro Nashville police have responded to what I would say any way is a rather frivolous in hostile lawsuit being brought against. Metros police department and the city of Nashville so just to just retrace very briefly officer, Andrew del key is charged in the July twenty eighteen killing of Daniel Hamburg. We all know the story. This is something that has been covered extensively. Well, the family now of Daniel Hamburg is suing not only officer down key. But also the city of Nashville and the police department thirty million dollars and along with the lawsuit is is all kinds of what the metro Nashville. Police say is a bunch of falsehoods a bunch of lies and stereotypes about police. Hamburg's family filed the lawsuit today in the US district court for the middle district of Tennessee plaintiffs are requesting a trial by jury in the lawsuit thirty million dollars and court fees. Now, my sense on this. I think they're probably simply went to settle out of court Vasic for thirty million. And they're hoping to get three or four. You can't pay the police or the teachers or the first responders to fire department for the city of Nashville. You can't give them their raises. I wonder if one of the reasons why we can't pay here in Nashville. We we can't pay those raises that we promised a lot of these folks is because we are constantly paying off these lawsuits. The lawsuit calls out the way metro police initially handled the quote unquote, murder saying that within hours of the shooting metro Nashville police departments professional and social media accounts posted that an officer shot a gunman walked he had a gun. I mean, I don't know what else to say about that. After the footage was made public. Speaking with reporters metro Nashville police department chief Steve Anderson called the shooting troubling and the metro Nashville police had to review its foot pursuit policy. And there's a lot of the rank and file there within the police department who are not happy with what Steve Anderson had to say about that they say the alleged again murder of Hamburg, quote unquote was consistent with metro Nashville. Police department policy and practice, according to the lawsuit. Now, this is where metro Nashville police, it really starts to get personal. Now, I want you to think about Vikash kind of work environment. The kinds of communities that metro Nashville police there patrolling their serving they're working to protect there's a lot of crime. There's a lot of disrespect and there's a lot of cover up within that community because I guarantee you there are people within the community. They know who the troublemakers are. So when you look at the kind of environment to kind of communities that are challenged here in the city of Nashville, you would think the people there within those communities would do whatever they could to help the police in most certainly there are, but there's also a lot who don't. The lawsuit claims metro Nashville police provides the one thousand nine hundred eighty six book the tactical edge to train trainees according to the lawsuit. The book depicts white officers who were shot and killed by a black man, accompanied by text indicating that the officers were wasted because they were careless the law suit also claims that some metro Nashville police officers referred to African American Nashville citizens as thugs and referred to midtown as Baghdad. There's a lot of areas within within midtown east Nashville. You name it. They're not good areas. There's they're simply not so whether or not that's true or not. They're bad places in in Nashville. I mean, you just have to deal with it. Would you prefer calling these areas? Little chicago. Because it's the same thing, isn't it? You talk about how they they refer to African American Nashville citizens as thugs. Well, if if you are committing a whole bunch of crimes, and again, I'll say the same thing that I said in the first hour as I fill in for fell. And that is that if if if you utilize the term thuds, that's not a that's not a black thing. That's not a of white thing. That's a if you're somebody who is committing all kinds of crimes then you are a thug. You're also a criminal. And by the way, I I don't know exactly how I'm not reading the actual lawsuit. But I don't know how exactly it is the day that they, you know, frame that where they say that police officers referred to African American Nashville citizens. I mean, some African American Nashville citizens are thugs just like some white Nashville citizens are also thugs. They say on information and belief many current m NPD officers and retired. And then NPD officers who remained part of the police departments culture and the community believed that without constant police vigilance and the threat of police violence, Nashville's black community would degenerate into violence and anarchy according to the lawsuit really. I guess the question is I mean, wouldn't it? The city of Nashville without the police. And by the way, I love this without constant police vigilance. The police are there to protect into serve. They should be vigilant in trying to protect the people of Nashville. I mean, I don't have a problem with the police vigilance. I'd be willing to bet. Most people listening now don't have a problem with a police vigilance. They're trying to keep the streets safe. But now how they are looking at police vigilance what they're saying is, oh the police are just trying to keep us down. You know, we we've heard all of that garbage. And to me, that's what this lawsuit is all about it's a bunch of garbage. Metro Nashville police feel the same way they have released a statement. I'll get to that in a moment. They say the threat of police violence is according to the police. Well, that's the only thing that is keeping the quote unquote, black community in line, and they say the threat of police violence, Nashville's black community would degenerate into violence and anarchy if it wasn't for that, quote unquote, police violence, I well, you know, what? We've seen in other communities around America that win the police decide to pull back. Then the crime gets worse, and the criminals are more emboldened. And that's just a fact. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. What else to say about it? I mean, it, you know, some of this. And and the police acknowledged a lot of this stuff is. You know? So a lot of stereotypes he got a lot of people who've complained about stereotypes. Well, the police are saying that this is a stereotype of them. They also say the many metro Nashville police department officers and retired officers who remained part of the culture and believe in the moral validity of the assertion that citizens should just comply and everyone lives. Well, if you're if you're encountering a police officer, and you refuse to drop the gun that you are holding. And you used to put your hands up and you refuse to stop running. Then. Yeah, there's going to be sometimes fatal consequences to not listening to the police. And I don't know what else. What else it is that they want the police to do these kinds of situations? But if police officer sees you holding a gun, and you're running away, and in the case of Daniel Hamburg, at least, if you look at the video, and I do understand that there are different ways to interpret the video. But if you're turning, and and you're holding a gun, and you're looking at the police officer. Well, then the police officer is going to shoot you. I mean, I I don't know what else to tell you. You may not like it. If you wanna live. Don't seemingly threatened a police officer with a gun and drop the gun if you are holding a gun, and as we all know in the case of Daniel Hamburg, cast that gun was found right there. Near his body. The lawsuit claims the policy on racial. Profiling does not prohibit officers from using races a factor in determining which drivers to stop search and or arrest so long as race is not the sole basis for the officers decision. Well, I I would say that if you're looking for somebody who is who is white. Because somebody white is committed a crime knocked off a Bank, or whatever will then don't pull somebody who's black. And if you're looking for somebody who's black who has robbed a Bank. We'll don't pull over somebody who's white right? I mean, that's I mean, I don't know. Knucklehead talk show host. But even I can figure this out the lawsuit claims metro Nashville police refuses to implement body cameras. I think body cameras are great idea. Because of the fact that those very cameras will clear police officers in many cases, and the also accused the police department saying white male officers get to greater leeway under this system than other officers attending to permit white male officers to violate rules without consequence. Whereas officers of other demographic backgrounds are held to a tougher standard. So basically, they're saying that the white police officers get away with you get away with murder. And other things. So now metro Nashville police have have put out a statement. Here's what they say. The Nashville fraternal order of police say this lawsuit contains so many false allegations and hateful stereotypes about police officers. It bears no resemblance to reality all of the wild and reckless claims in this lawsuit cannot change. The fact the Daniel Hamburg was a dangerous and violent convicted felon running from police who threaten the life of an officer and forced the officer to defend himself. Period. I mean, you know, that that sounds like a pretty good statement to me, and it is also at least in my opinion truthful. Six one five seven three seven ninety nine eighty six six one five seven three seven w w t and the lawsuit by the way, one last. Comment on this lawsuit claims that metro Nashville PD, quote, unquote, digs in to the community oversight board and punishes those who participate I would ask how how exactly is it that the board is being punished. Are the police because that listen, that's a very that's a very serious allegation. Because what you're saying is that at least if I'm going to interpret this seems like what they're saying. Is that metro Nashville police, they're they're perhaps following the community board members the oversight board members? Are they following them? Pulling them over giving them tickets taunting them threatening them intimidating them. So what exactly is it that? This lawsuit is referring to because these allegations and very serious ones at that. And I for one as somebody who who's been following this story very closely. I I mean, my shoulders rep around my ears, and my my question is well, then inform me because I I if if Nashville police department is doing these kinds of things I would like to know about it. Because if the metro Nashville police department, they're not if the metro Nashville police department is intimidating or threatening or doing whatever it is that they're referring to when they say punishing the community board members oversight community board members. Well, that's wrong. But I would hope anyway that the lawsuit would give. Yes, some specific. So we'll keep you updated on that story that is something that has been an ongoing situation here in Nashville, and this is exactly the reason why. We're having trouble getting police officers here in Nashville would we last check? It's one hundred eight positions that are left unfilled with metro Nashville police, so you know, part part of this lawsuit. One of the accusations. Is that a metro Nashville police, they say that the city would erupt into anarchy, if the, you know, if it wasn't for the heavy handed nature of the police, they they feel like the police feel like they need to resort to violence to keep the peace. All right. Well, I I would say then to the family of Daniel Hamburg, I would like to say to the community oversight board. And and all the people in Nashville who voted for the community oversight board it. Yeah. You might as well, then if you wanna go ahead and keep it up, then you may find out exactly what it's like not to have a police force. If that's what you would like to do then keep up the criticism. And then we may not have a situation here in here in Nashville where we have a police department, and then we'll we'll see what happens to these challenged communities, then will the community without the quote, unquote, heavy handed nature of the police force will then we all of a sudden the community policing itself. Or will it? They just the opposite four fifty on WGN.

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:16 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Back on your very first villa? The get upside app, promo code bang prince. Where they had announced campaign called don't play where you're not welcome. Now. This gets a little more detailed don't play where you're not welcome is a campaign that is trying to make sure that if this community oversight board from Nashville or this Bill passes, this H B six fifty eight that would preempt community oversight that potentially could where police have free rein and can possibly alter the lifestyles and the safety of black athletes in Tennessee. Now, this would hit the state of Tennessee, particularly university of Tennessee, right where it wouldn't hurt most potentially right in the wallet. Consider that the university of Tennessee the football team brought in one hundred and six million dollars and twenty seventeen that was more than Alabama. And right now, of course, it's basketball program is ranked number one. In the nation successful athletic programs and the revenue they generate spill over into the local economies and impact small businesses. Consider if program lost two or three football players out of a twenty five member class, obviously can have a huge impact on a program for years. So that's where we are right now with sort of dueling resolutions amp proposals. This all coming on the heels of a lot of work done to establish this Nashville oversight board if you tuned in to one of our shows last month, you heard our conversation with Dr Sekou Franklin. He is a political science professor with middle Tennessee State university. And we talk about how we got to the point with this community oversight board a lot of work had gone into the planning and preparation establishment. And how just generally how this would work trying to get this on the ballot. Let alone past but before the election. This was as I mentioned before an idea that had roots going back decades to some of the more famous civil rights names and voices in American history. A number six voters in Asheville ratified amendment number one and number one established or is establishing the first ever committee oversight board was known in political circles as the c o b and the committee oversight board is a is a board that would be comprised of eleven people in an administrative staff, which would address police police accountability issues. Whether that means people who are stopped by by law enforcement, use of force issues. Conduct policy reviews on policing matters. But not just police matters. The board has ability to conduct policy reviews on all criminal Justice procedures and come Justice policies, and the c o b effort has been a a twenty plus month effort, the idea of the oversight board has been around. It just the basic idea has been around actually sister early nineteen seventies. When you had several controversial police killings that occurred in Nashville, particularly afro-americans and in early nineteen seventies. Civil rights leaders begins pushing for comed- oversight board, which I interested enough was initially advocated by Martin Luther King junior. We did a show together in nineteen sixty four and nine hundred sixty six months junior and sixty five advocated for oversight boards for New York City, Chicago in and watts after those. Oh city's erupted in civil disturbances. The man was ahead of his time. Wasn't he he was head of his time and oversight boars were were proposed before Martin Luther King junior. But he probably was the most prominent person who gave voice that idea, but oversight board to dress. Please Calabria's you sold ideas out of people can bring complaints regarding potential abuses mistreatment misconduct by law enforcement without having to submit those complaints internally to the police department where oftentimes they're either buried or they're educated with bias and commute oversight. Board proposal has a long history of trying to resolve complaints with some level of independence. And in the case of Nashville that can be oversight. Board proposal was put forward by a number of different groups on part of a group called community oversight now, which is a coalition of seven or eight groups. But other groups in Nashville also puts what oversight board in this most recent immigration groups, like the IMF, which is a ministerial group of Noah and other groups and so fortunately. About twenty twenty one month fight twenty month. We were able to get oversight board ratified in Nashville in November. You mentioned some of the tragic killings that took place, and that there were some reading just over the past twelve fifteen months that certainly brought that issue to more of a light as far as when this was on the ballot in November. I can see it being a case where an oversight board with something that's been on the back burner where maybe there instances where the topic heated up is as other incidents took place. I can see where more recent incidents, I guess maybe the evolution of body cameras, and and having more evidence, and and and digital surveillance that makes it more valid. I dunno Foulds the right word, but a stronger argument that that's what helped spur that on. Maybe the truth is in between. How did we get here? Also to between. I mean in the case of Nashville we've had several iterations pushes for oversight board. So I do want to make that point say how did that is? But the most recent. Curation of an oversight. Board pushing Nashville Kurd in part because of the national wave of protests around police killings that were captured on camera you've always had police killings controversy police killings, but you know, we were growing up, but you you've never or beatings shooting. My hometown towns I've lived in. But you never had caught on camera in the case of this most recent way of across the country. This is the first time we've seen police killings being captured on cell phones and other other cameras. So that's that's happened. But also in Nashville in particular, the most recent wave of push be occur because of the killing of Mr. Clemens. Duck was Clemens who was killed in the Casey homes housing project in February twenty seventeen and from that killing a coalition developed called the Justice for jock que- coalition, primarily comprised of after American women who are pretty well known in national transgender activism people like Peter Murphy that you call Elaine, but even before the jockeys Clemens. Killing in Nashville one of the things that also triggered this way was in an October two thousand sixteen. There's a local group in Nashville called getting's army, which does which is kind of at the forefront of restorative Justice and get his army produced a hundred hundred plus page report called driving while black driving while black report that looked at two million two million data points to me stops and interviewed twenty or thirty people Nashville as well and produce a pretty comprehensive report about racial profiling and Nashville, so those two things that drive more black report by army and then the Jaguars Clemens killing and in February twenty seventeen push for spearheaded or propelled this push for a committee oversight board and the coalition that I belong to is comprised of representatives from the Justice dot quiz coalition democracy, Nashville, showing up original Justice gideon's army black lives matter. No prisoners exception collective. Cadre of groups. So if you look at the pathway, how did we get to November six twenty two thousand eighteen the pathway was the the Guineas army reporting twenty sixteen killing a message acquis Clemens and then in November twenty seventeen more than a year ago, we push for a council ordinance accounts that is a long council. Adopt oversight board council rejected that idea and that then led to a charter referendum petition drive that we've facilitated and coordinated and then we got that verified in August of last year. And then it was put before the voters in November twenty sixteen twenty eighteen the pushback from the council, and the number of police groups, and the initial reaction for me is like why? And and of course, there's a natural tendency to have all of these kind of cynical reactions to what some of the possibilities are too. Why is that fair or they're they're more too wide? Some groups that feel like this is not something that we need to have. I really just genuinely don't understand the other side of the argument. Well, some of it is troubling. And then some of it is probably legitimate more legitimate part of it is logistically how do you put it together? How do you pay for it will it work? Those are some of the logistical arguments. There's some council members who may be sympathetic to our cause will how do you make it legally appropriate that can surpass that can that can survive a legal challenge. Those kinds of things I don't want to dismiss that. The more troubling parts. I think for me are twofold is that probably the most influent one of the most influential interest groups in Nashville fraternal order police fraternal order police triple down in their opposition to the community oversight board proposal. They also have influenced in terms of donations campaign donations. They're one of the biggest donors to city council members. And they also have a kind of they have more stature sure because along the same way to the military has stature without stature. And the congressional. In terms of you bring in the same way as part of the institution. The local local fraternal order police has Connor statute some of it's both substantive and a campaign donations some of it's just fidelity fidelity to to a law enforcement says regardless of of any kind of opposition was that a big challenge in the campaign getting this on the ballot? Getting it approved getting getting it voted for the weather fair or unfair that vote for this was going to be a vote against something the police wanted. Yeah. The biggest challenge was well, a vote for this was a vote against I wanted to distinguish between the fraternal order. Right. The union the police union, and I'm specifically not distinguishing that because of the minds of voters. Does that make sense? Yes. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. So so let me just make the point that by the time November twenty eighteen rolled around. I think voters. Already shifted in support of the nervous cyborg and part of that also is because stuck in between that process were news stories about problems in metro metropolitan police department, you also had the metro human relations commission invited the department of Justice to come to Nashville the community relations division to do a sesame policing Nashville. They also recommended changes. And then also you had a killing of another Afro-American, Mr. Daniel Hamburg that was caught on videotape. So I think the public was already moving by November in favor of community sideboard, but too good to your point. Yes. Prior to that period of time. Many people will say that about four oversight board or both accountability is a vote against the police, and then but Ambi, but also stuck in. There is also race. Right. And there's a there and by all accounts up on my academic hat on all accounts. You know, why it's an African Americans just see policing differently. That's just based on all measures. Whether whether we accept those all purely based measures all studies, they interpret the experiences law enforcement.

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

13:07 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on The Big 98

"With us tuned into Tennessee matters. I'm Robert blond. Now. The month of February. Of course is black history month, we have a series of conversations that will be having across the course of this month talking about things that are going on currently that have roots in black history as well as some figures and events that have taken place in the past. We're talking about both today as part of a subject that's going on in current events in the mid state, many of you have heard about ballot measure a four twenty sixteen in Nashville to have a community oversight board for the police who after a number of incidents had taken place where some wrongful death cases had come up in police encounters, but the most recent development with that. Took place earlier this week Representative Michael Curzio sponsored age b six fifty eight. That was presented to the state house this week a Bill that would preempt the Nashville community oversight board and the power of other boards across the state. There was a response to this community oversight hosting a press conference where they had announced campaign called don't play where you're not welcome. Now. This gets a little more detailed don't play where you're not welcome is a campaign that is trying to make sure that if this community oversight board from Nashville or this Bill passes, this H B six fifty eight that would preempt community oversight that potentially could where police have re rain and can possibly alter the lifestyles and the safety of black athletes in Tennessee. Now, this would hit the. The state of Tennessee, particularly university of Tennessee, right where it would hurt most potentially right in the wallet. Consider that the university of Tennessee the football team brought in one hundred and six million dollars in twenty seventeen that was more than ala Bama. And right now, of course, it's basketball program is ranked number one in the nation successful athletic programs and the revenue they generate spill over into the local economies and impact small businesses. Consider if program lost two or three football players out of a twenty five member class, obviously can have a huge impact on a program for years. So that's where we are right now with sort of dueling resolutions amd proposals. This all coming on the heels of a lot of work done to establish this Nashville oversight board if you tuned in to one of our shows last month, you heard our conversation with Dr Sekou Frank. Klin? He is a political science professor with middle Tennessee State university. And we talk about how we got to the point with this community oversight board a lot of work had gone into the planning and preparation establishment. And how that just generally how this would work trying to get this on the ballot. Let alone past but before the election. This was as I mentioned before an idea that had roots going back decades to some of the more famous civil rights names and voices in American history on number six the voters in Nashville ratified amendment number one and number one stablest or is establishing the first ever community oversight board was known in political circles as a seal be, and the committee oversight board is a is a board that would be comprised of eleven people and administrative staff which. Would address police police accountability issues whether that means people who are stopped by by law enforcement, use of force issues. Conduct policy reviews on policing matters. But not just policing matters. The board has ability to conduct policy reviews on all criminal Justice procedures and all come Justice policies and the c o b effort has been a a twenty plus effort. The idea of can be oversight board has been around. Just the basic idea has been around actually since the early nineteen seventies. When you had several controversial police killings that occurred in Asheville, particularly after Americans and in early sixties seventies, civil rights leaders began pushing for commute oversight board, which I love. Was initially advocated by Martin Luther King junior. We did a show together junior in nine hundred sixty four and nine hundred sixty six Martin Luther King junior s sixty five advocated for oversight boards for New York City, Chicago in watts after those cities erupted in civil disturbances. The man was ahead of his time. Wasn't he he was head of his time and oversight boars were were proposed before Martin Luther King junior. But he probably was the most prominent person who gave voice that idea, but oversight board to dress. Please Calabria's your ideas out of people could break complaints regarding potential abuses mistreatment misconduct by law enforcement without having to submit those complaints internally to the police department where oftentimes they're either buried or they're educated with bias and the commute oversight. Board proposal has a long history of trying to resolve complaints with some level of independence. And in the case of Nashville, the oversight board proposal was put forward by a number of different groups. On part of a group called community oversight now, which is a coalition of seven or eight groups. But other groups in Nashville also puts what oversight board in this most recent immigration groups, like IMF, which is a ministerial group of Noah and other groups. And so fortunately after about twenty twenty one month fight twenty month, we were able to get oversight board ratified in Nashville in November. You mentioned some of the tragic killings that took place, and there were some even just over the past twelve fifteen months that certainly brought that issue to more of a light as far as when this was on the ballot in November. I could see it being a case where an oversight board with something that's been on the back burner where maybe there instances where the topic heated up as other incidents took place. I could see where more recent incidents, I guess maybe the evolution of body cameras, and and having more evidence, and and and digital surveillance that makes it more valid. I dunno is the right word, but a stronger argument that that's what helped spur that. Maybe the truth is in between. How did we get here? Also the truth is in between. I mean in the case of Nashville we've had several iterations are pushes for oversight board. So I do want to make that point say how did that is? But the most recent integration of an oversight board. Pushing Nashville occurred in part because of the national wave of protests around police killings that were captured on camera you've always had police killings controversial police killings. But you know, we were growing up, but you you've never or beatings shooting my hometown or towns I've lived in. But you've never had it caught on camera in the case of this. Most recent wave across the country. This is the first time we've seen police killings being captured on cell phones and other other cameras. So that's that's happened. But also in Nashville in particular, the most recent wave of push you'll be occur because of the killing of Mr. Clemens. Duck was Clemens who was killed in the KC homes housing project in February twenty seventeen and from that killing a coalition developed called the Justice coalition, primarily comprised of after American women who are pretty well known a national activism people like a Murphy that you call it. Lane. But even before the jockeys Clemens killing in Nashville, one of the things that also triggered this way way wasn't in October two thousand sixteen. There's a local group in Nashville called gideon's army, which does which is kind of at the forefront of restorative Justice and get his army produced a hundred hundred plus page report called driving while black drive. All black report that looked at two million two million data points to me it stops and interviewed not twenty or thirty people Nashville as well and produce a pretty comprehensive report about racial profiling Nashville. So those two things that drive more black report by his army and then the Jaguars Clemens killing and in February twenty seventeen push for spearheaded or propelled this push for a committee oversight board and the coalition that I belong to is comprised of representatives from the Justice productive as coalition democracy Nashville showing up for racial Justice gideon's army Lila's matter. No prisons exception. Collective cadre of groups. So if you look at the pathway, how did we get to November six twenty two thousand eighteen the pathway was the the Guineas army reporting twenty sixteen killing of Jack jockeys Clemens and then in November twenty seventeen more than a year ago, we push for a council ordinance accounts. That is a long council to adopt an oversight board council rejected that idea and that didn't lead to a charter referendum petition drive that we facilitated and coordinated and then we got that verified in August of last year. And then it was put before the voters in November twenty sixteen twenty eighteen the pushback from the council, and the number of police groups, and the initial reaction for me is like why? And and of course, there's a natural tendency to have all of these kind of cynical reactions to what some of the possibilities are too. Why is that fair or they're they're more to white some groups? That feel like this is not something that we need to have. I really just genuinely don't understand the other side of the argument. Well, some of it is troubling. And then some of it is probably legitimate more legitimate part of it is logistically how do you put it together? How do you pay for it will it work? Those are some of the logistical arguments. There's some council members who may to our cause how do you make it legally appropriate that can surpass that can that can survive a legal challenge, those kinds of things. So I don't want to dismiss that. The more troubling parts. I think for me are twofold is that probably the most influent one of the most influential interest groups in Nashville fraternal order police fraternal order police triple down in their opposition to the committee oversight board proposal. They also have inflow of donations campaign donations. They're one of the biggest donors to city council members. And they also have a kind of they have more stature sure because their lawn. And the same way to the military has stature without statue. In a congressional committee. If you bring in the same way as part of the institution. And local local fraternal order. Police has a Connor stature some of its both substantive, and there was a campaign donations some of it's just fidelity fidelity to to a law enforcement says regardless of of of any kind of opposition was that a big challenge in the campaign getting this on the ballot? Getting it approved getting getting voted for the weather fair or unfair that a vote for this was going to be a vote against something the police wanted. Yeah. The biggest challenge was will evolve for this was a vote against I want to distinguish between the fraternal order. Right. The union the police union, and I'm specifically not distinguishing that because of the minds of voters that makes sense. Yes. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. So so let me just make the point that by the time that November twenty eighteen rolled around. I think voters had already shifted. Support of the canoe oversight board and part of that also is because stuck in between that process were news stories about problems in much the police department. You also had the metro human relations commission invited the department of Justice to come to Nashville the community relations division to do a sesame policing in Nashville. They also recommended changes. And then also you had a killing of another Afro-American, Mr. Daniel Hamburg that was caught on videotape. So I think the public was already moving by November in favor of community sideboard, but too good to your point. Yes. Prior to that period of time. Many people will say that a vote for oversight board or both accountability is a vote against the police, and then but Ambi, but also stuck in. There is also race. Right. And there's a there and by all accounts up on my academic hat on all accounts. You know, whites and African Americans just see policing differently. That's just based on all measures, whether whether we accept those based measures all studies, they interpret the.

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"For for the end of this story Gladys Knight says that you really do need to separate the national anthem from the fight for social Justice and all these other things, but you know, the social media mob mentality is just amazing in this country. And so we'll talk about that. And a whole lot more here in the next several hours. But for anybody to call out Gladys Knight for singing the national anthem at the Super Bowl. A to me is absolutely nuts. Six but not real surprising in today's day and age six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six six one five seven three seven w w t and there is a lot more to talk about today. Now, we know what happened on Friday. We know that on Friday at the tail end of my show, we found out that metro Nashville police officer Andrew Daochi has now been indicted in the shooting. Death of a Daniel Hamburg. Now, I've seen the video most of you have seen the video as well. He's being brought up on first degree murder charges. And so to me as I watched the video is Daniel Hamburg running from officer del he refuses to drop the gun as we all know. And he and this is where the controversy lies. He seems to turn. And look at officer Dalki and offers Fidel ends up shooting and killing a running Hamburg. So now, again delegates been indicted on first degree murder charges by a grand jury, and we know these folks had lesser options, but they went with first degree murder, which means premeditated fit officer donkey planned and carried out an illegal killing. Now, interestingly enough at a trial. This is going to be very interesting this could be somewhat problematic because this whole thing happened while officer Gilkey was in pursuit. So I wanna do is. I wanna welcome in James Small word from the fraternal order of police the union that represents officer, Adele, key, and all the brave men and women patrolling the streets of Nashville and James Small word. I appreciate you being with us on the Valentine's show. How are you? Good. How are you, sir? I'm good. So I know you've been busy the last couple of days talking about this. So were you surprised that the grand jury came back with first degree murder? Well, I think the charge speaks.

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm told I can't leave because one understaffed and you have to stay here for sixteen that story later, and then the special counsel says a BuzzFeed report about President Trump and Michael Cohen is not accurate talking. David Folkenflik about possible consequences for all media. And if you're as mad as hell and can't take it anymore. There's a new Broadway show for you first. We have our newscast in Saturday January nineteen two thousand nineteen. Live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder, President Trump is preparing to head to Dover air force base in Delaware. He is expected to leave later this hour saying in a tweet that he will be with the families of the four Americans killed in Syria. This week the Americans were killed in a suicide bombing near a restaurant in the northern Syrian town of man bitch, NPR's, Daniel Chessel reports of the defense department identified three of them, but that a fourth casualty of military contractor is not yet been officially named army Chief Warrant Officer. Jonathan farmer was thirty-seven, and from Boynton Beach, Florida navy chief cryptologic technician, Shannon, Kent was thirty five and grew up in upstate New York. Scott words was a civilian with the Defense Intelligence Agency. The Islamic state has claimed responsibility for Wednesday's attack counterterrorism expert. Seth Jones says the attack was near a restaurant that many Americans visited members of congress. Civilians intelligence officials that raises a lot of questions about the operational security procedures that the Americans were practising while they're President Trump has said ISIS has been defeated and US troops will withdraw from Syria. Danielle Czeslaw NPR news, Washington, South Carolina. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, urging the president not to pull US forces from Syria without a plan Graham spoke to reporters in Turkey's capital today after meeting with Turkish officials he warned that a pull out that has not been thought through would lead to chaos. Buzzfeed news, top editor been Smith says he wants to hear specifics about the special counsel's objections to the BuzzFeed story that alleges President Trump directives impersonal lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to congress about a project built to Trump Tower in Moscow, we are very eager to hear from the special counsel what they're objecting to or of course, always open to new information to corrections to things like that. But that the onus here is really on them to explain what they're talking about. Smith spoke to NPR last night saying BuzzFeed stands by its story after Robert Muller's office challenge key parts of it as not accurate, the fallout from Florida's disputed midterm election. Recount in November Sam Perkins from member station. Wwl RN reports Florida's Republican governor Rhonda Santa's has suspended Palm Beach county's election supervisor for her management to the recount Palm Beach county had encountered criticism for failing to meet multiple ballot-counting deadlines during the recount in his decision, Florida governor Rhonda's Santa's cited what he called Susan booker's ineptitude during the process, I think that there were a train of problems. It really tarnished the image of the state of Florida, and I think unfairly and you had the whole country, basically, laughing at us booker's blame the county delays on all vote tabulation machines, she says she'll challenge the suspension to Santa says move comes after Florida's. Previous governors suspended. Broward county's election supervisor for her handling of their recount for. NPR news. I'm Sam Turk in West Palm Beach. This is NPR the former Chicago police officer who fatally shot black teenager Liquan McDonald in two thousand fourteen is going to prison, but his sentence has led to questions about whether Justice has been served. Former officer Jason Van Dyke was sentenced to nearly seven years in prison. Mcdonald's great uncle says Van Dyke sentences not enough. But that the case does send a strong message to other police officers a Nashville police officer has been indicted on a charge of first degree murder for the fatal shooting of a black man last summer. Emily signer reports from member station W P, L N. This is the first such murder indictment of a Nashville officer foreign on-duty shooting in July metro Nashville police officer, Andrew del key shot and killed twenty five year old Daniel Hamburg during a foot chase surveillance video shows Hamburg running away and carrying a gun defense. Attorney David Ruben says his client will plead not guilty officer, Andrew del key will continue. You to defend himself on the basis that he acted in accordance with his training in Tennessee law in response. Arm suspect would Nord repeated orders drop his gun had a hearing earlier this month. Prosecutors argued that officer donkey did not face an imminent threat. The argument over what constitutes a reasonable decision to shoot will likely take center stage during the upcoming trial for NPR news. I'm Emily signer. In Nashville a big winter storm moving across the country. The national weather service has parts of New England could end up with up to two feet of snow. 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"Okay. Thank you. That sounds good. This is Andrew, but the news everybody, a judge in Nashville, Tennessee has ruled that a white police officers fatal shooting of a black man who was running away from him. Last. July was not a justifiable use of lethal force twenty five year old Daniel Hamburg was carrying gun, but he was running away not towards officer, Andrew del key. And just says it had no reason to shoot him. So he says Duckie's criminal homicide case will be going to a grand jury in Davis. Who shoot someone who is running away from him shoots them in the back and kills them needs to be held account. Delk was looking for stolen cars. But that after checking Hamburg's finding that it was not stolen not stolen that officer tried to make an arrest anyway. And dash Cam video shows Duckie shooting Hamburg twice in the back. And once in the head says he feared for his life. The governor Tennessee Bill Hasham's granted as decorative clemency to woman named Toya Brown, a young African American woman whose case you may have heard of right here since he's been serving a life sentence for killing a man when she was only sixteen who paid to have sex with her her supporters say Sinn Toyota was a victim. She was homeless. She was alone. She was used by human traffickers and she killed a man in self defense. She had hosted people all over the country championing her case and kunia Rajan and Kim Kardashian governor has some says it in this case imposing a life sentence in a juvenile that would require her to serve at least fifty one years before being eligible for Berle. Is much too harsh. The White House says that President Trump will address the nation tonight in primetime at nine o'clock with the partial government shutdown a congressional impasse over the border wall. Now in its third week. There are now reports of long lines at airports, by the way, some of the unpaid airport personnel. TSA people calling in sick, the partial government shutdown, by the way could affect millions who rely on food stamps to feed their families the food stamp program is run by the department of agriculture, which is one of the departments. That's not getting funded. The IRS still says it will get those tax refunds out Oscar winning actor Kevin Spacey pled innocent yesterday to charge concerning alleged sexual assault stemming from an encounter in Massachusetts bar years ago R Kelly says he hasn't washed that controversial documentary that everybody's talking about. But he says he's doing everybody. And finally, it's national man watches day..

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"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The world. Who has been involved in? Pleading for praying for the relief of Santo you Brian is part of her clemency. She'll be released to parole supervision in August after having been locked up for fifteen years. The case against decommissioned metro police officer, Andrew del key is going to the grand jury general sessions court judge Melissa Blackburn ruled this morning after hearing two days of testimony in delicacies preliminary hearing, he's charged with criminal homicide in the shooting death of Daniel Hamburg, in July judge wiper wrote that Hamburg was acting suspicious when he ran away but that did not justify lethal force. Her goes on to say that was not even justified in chasing Hamburg, Ken Weaver, WGN news, Spacey, pleading not guilty to charges of sexual assault. He appeared in an an cook it tuck it courtroom this morning is accused of groping in eighteen year old busboy at an an tuck it Massachusetts restaurant back in two thousand sixteen attorney Adam dread who has law office in Nantucket tells WTN. Dan mandis backstory is though the kid work at the club car. Kevin was there. He went home and changed after work in the nice clothes intentionally to come down and meet Kevin Spacey, Saturday the table told Kevin Spacey was twenty three years old and the bartenders who I'll do how will that kid was serfdom which is illegal. Stacey has been ordered to have no contact with the alleged victim all the cases pending now to Capitol Hill. The Trump White House promising tax refunds will go out to Americans despite the partial government shutdown.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"With your top stories. President Trump will address the nation about the ongoing government shutdown tomorrow night in an earlier announcement White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, said Trump will visit the US Mexican border on Thursday. Newly sworn in congressman Mark green from Tennessee tells WGN's, Dan mandis, the Republicans cannot back down on the border wall after three thousand seven hundred plus terrorist are known or suspected terrorists were apprehended. Awesome southern border. We had a seventy one percent increase in sentinel in one year coming across the southern border gang members six thousand plus gang member, it is a is a national crisis. Again, the president will address the nation tomorrow night at eight o'clock WTN will carry that speech live happening in Tennessee accused killer Kirby Wallace has been indicted by a Stewart county grand jury today, the re months after his arrest. You'll recall Wallace was the focus of an intense manhunt. In Stewart county Montgomery County area in late September for killing two people. The case against decommissioned metro police officer, Andrew del key is going to the grand jury general sessions court judge Sarah Blackburn ruled this morning after hearing two days of testimony in del preliminary hearing on criminal homicide charges in the shooting death of Daniel Hamburg, in July, governor has limb granting clemency to the woman who as a teenager was convicted of murder the shooting death of a man who took her home for sex sin. Antonio Brown will provisions on August. Seventh after serving fifteen years in prison. Governor has issued a statement saying said Toyo Brown committed by her own admission a horrific crime at the age of sixteen yet imposing a life sentence on a juvenile that would require her to serve at least fifty one years before even being.

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02:27 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump will address the nation tomorrow amid a partial government shutdown and bipartisan standoff over border security and beers Windsor. Johnston reports later this week the president will travel to the southern border in a tweet. The White House says Trump will meet with those quote on the front lines of the national security and humanitarian crisis at the border. The administration did not offer any other details. The announcement of Trump's visit comes as the partial government shutdown enters its third week White House officials and congressional aides met twice over the weekend. But reach no agreement on their dispute over border wall funding, President Trump is demanding five point seven billion dollars for a wall with Mexico and Democrats still refused to fund it. The standoff has left hundreds of thousands of federal employees furloughed or working. Without pay Windsor Johnston. NPR news, Washington. A judge in Nashville Tennessee is ruled police officers fatal shooting of a man in July was not a justifiable use of lethal force. The twenty five year old man was carrying a gun but running away when the officer shot him three times. Tony Gonzalez of member station. W P L N reports the decision sends a homicide charge against officer Andrew del key to be reviewed by grand jury. The judge finds the officer didn't have reason to chase Daniel Hamburg, and that there's no proof the man pointed his gun toward the officer. So there was no imminent danger. The judge notes that a jury could later side with the officer. But she agreed with Nashville district attorney Glenn funk funk argued in court that there's probable cause to continue the case any person. In davis. Someone who is running away from them shoots them in the back and kills them needs to be held accountable. Police officials say in the city's history. No on-duty officer has been convicted of criminal homicide for NPR news. I'm Tony Gonzales in Nashville, newly sworn in democratic Wisconsin. Governor Tony Iverson today called for a rejection of the tired politics of the past. Uber's delivering a speech during a pack capitol rotunda ceremony. Paralyzed by polarity, and we become content with division, we've become indifferent to resentment and governing by retribution. We've gotten away from who we are. And.

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03:13 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Heating and air conditioning studio. Supertalk ninety nine south. Good afternoon. It is four o'clock. I'm Pamela furr. With your top stories. The case against decommissioned metro police officer, Andrew del key accused in the shooting death of Daniel Hamburg, in July is going to the grand jury general sessions court judge Sandra Blackburn ruled this morning. Dow attorney said shortly after the announcement the DA Glenn funk has declared war on the metro Nashville. Police department jury will have an opportunity to view all the facts and consider all the laws. We believe that a jury will find that officer Delk is not guilty funk is disputing the claim saying this case is strictly about officer del key. And not the department has a home governor's office says sin Toya Brown a woman serving a life sentence for killing a man is solicited her for sex when she was sixteen years old has been granted clemency. Her attorney how Houston Gordon says her story should be a catalyst for. Thousands of other juvenile's we need to see this as a national awakening to change the draconian laws that allow Jim knows children to be placed in adult prison when they're just children. They're not little adults as part of her clemency. She'll be released to parole supervision in August after having been locked up for fifteen years ago. Kevin Spacey is pleading not guilty to charges of sexual assault. If here in an an tuck it courtroom this morning, he's accused of groping and eighteen year old busboy at an an tug at Massachusetts restaurant. Back in two thousand sixteen attorney Adam dread who has a law office in tuck. It tells WTN's Dan mandis stories though, the kid work at the club car. Kevin was there. He went home and changed after work in the nice clothes intentionally to come down and meet Kevin Spacey, Saturday the table cold. Kevin Spacey was twenty three years old in the bartenders who all knew how will that kid was serfdom. Which is illegal. Stacey has been ordered to have no contact with the alleged victim. While the case is pending members of the congressional Hispanic caucus are challenging President Trump's claim that a border wall will help alleviate the immigration crisis on a visit to New Mexico's border with Mexico caucus chairman, John Queen Castro. Probably Joaquin Castro says A wall won't solve the problems that led to the deaths of two children in the care of US. Customs officials is a humanitarian crisis at our southern border and the policies of the Trump administration are making that crisis. More tragic, the president will get a look for himself planning to tour the US Mexico border on Thursday. We don't know the exact location at this point. He is also set to address the nation tomorrow night at about eight o'clock on the ongoing government shutdown will carry that live here on WTN. Stocks are climbing on Wall Street to begin a new trading week at the closing bell. The Dow Jones industrial average is one hundred points up the NASDAQ rose eighty-five points in the S and P five hundred gained eighteen at is. The latest news brought to you.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hamburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"President Trump has made an announcement about a prime time address to the nation tomorrow night. Hey will Brown says coverage of that is still in question for some? We are told that the networks are currently deliberating, but they have not formally accepted this request from the White House CNN is planning to carry it live tomorrow evening as well as FOX, well, we will carry it as well. It will happen at eight o'clock here on WTN the case against decommissioned metro police officer, Andrew del key is going to the grand jury general sessions court judge Melissa Blackburn ruled this morning after hearing two days of testimony in delicacies preliminary hearing, he's charged criminal homicide in the shooting of Daniel Hamburg in July judge blaffer wrote that Hamburg was acting suspicious when he ran away but that did not justify lethal force. Her ruling goes on to say that offer Delk was not even justified in chasing, Hamburg, Ken Weaver w. News Toya Brown is being granted clemency for killing a man who bought her for sex when she was sixteen years old outgoing governor has Lum granted it today. Mayor David Briley at a press conference this afternoon. Thank the governor. It not only took mercy and. Compassion to reach the conclusion he raised it took great courage as part of her clemency. She'll be released to parole supervision in August after having been locked up for fifteen years while stocks are climbing on Wall Street to begin a new trading week of the closing bell. The Dow is up ninety eight points. The NASDAQ rose eighty five the S and P five hundred gained eighteen aspirin may not be as good for older people as once thought Dr Michael Ernst has studied people seventy and older over the past several years, and he says thirty eight percent of his participants took one hundred milligrams of aspirin every day had an increased risk of major hemorrhage e suggest people taking aspirin as a preventative measure and not for a medical condition. Should just go ahead and stop that is the latest news. It is brought to you by three portable protein packs. The more interesting way to get your protein, traffic and weather coming up. I'm Pamela furr. WGN news.

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