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"demarcus glover" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:12 min | 10 months ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Well in the old days, if a bolt fell off a tanker in the Gulf, the Dow would Dive about 1000 points last night, A mob attacked the capital and tried to burn to the ground and the Dow is up almost 400 points today. This is why I don't dabble in this. Hire a financial advisor and forget about it. All right. We're moving on Make coverage continues today on NewsRadio, A 40 wh Estonian wide and Dave Jennings. We have attacked this thing no pun intended from every angle, but we're going back and forth from D C to local. That's right. And we just spoke with D. C. Now we're going local on the bottom. The hour we're gonna talk to former Secret service. He's actually been in charge of situations like this. Greg get you the sick, the sneaking deacon. But right now we bring in Wave three's investigative journalist on the non Italian Martinez. How are you? Good morning. Hi. Good morning. Nice to talk to you guys. Listen, I got to tell you, I'm a fan and I shared on article a story that you did the other day, and it was fascinating. Listen to this opening. Is the very first paragraph it says attorneys representing Briana Taylor's family and one of the L A. P D officers in this case, agree on one thing. It was Mayor Greg Fisher's office that was pushing a neighborhood revitalization project. That oughta me lead to Taylor's death yesterday and are, by the way I re shared this story on my Facebook page publicly, anyone can go and read it, and I highly suggest that you do. Yesterday. You also attended the mayor's press conference where we got introduced by the news of two new chief. Uh you were challenged on this. They actually said, Hey, you need to quit reporting on this or I'm off base there. No, you're not off base, And this is a conversation that has happened before. Not only about this particular story, but other matters pertaining to Ellen PD. This particular story. The city has not been happy about it kind of tells, um the side of the officers saying that They were given orders to focus on Elliot Avenue. So Elliot Avenue was the place where Briana Taylor's ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover, Is accused of running a so called trap house, meaning you know he's allegedly selling drugs out of this location that strip that neighborhood. The city had already owned several properties on that block. And we got ahold of a document by source. That said that the office for Community Development was working with Ellen PD on Elliot Avenue. And wanted to work on it to a place based Investigation approach that is the same name of the squad, but then ultimately investigated. You know DaMarcus Glover and then Briana Taylor. However, that letter was dated November of 2019. That is well before L A. P D has testified that they conducted maps and decided to go into Elliott Avenue because of the crime. So we know that the city was behind this from a long time ago, and we challenged them on that. And matter of fact, when I requested a copy of that letter through open records, What they gave me was a more recent version of it. But guess what line was omitted. The line where it said that the city was working with Ellen PD. Wow, I wonder why? So now we have the family of Officer Joshua Dreams who is, you know, under investigation. Um, He was just terminated Officially yesterday he and his family they have a go fund me. It goes on the account sort of thing, and in that they stated that he was in his unit was following orders by the mayor's office. So that's what we reported in that story. And, yes, we were challenged by yesterday. Um, I was told by the spokesperson that that is not true and that I am reporting false information. Um and consequently Today or yesterday. We were supposed to get interviews with the new chief of one on one according to their email that they sent out the day before. Well, guess who wasn't allowed to get an interview? You were shocked. Wait, You know, I'm shocked, Captain. Transparency didn't want you at the Interviewing okay yesterday, also, they I think they were also upset because after the press conference, you know we were only allowed to ask one question. And and I understand because there's so many people and you know, because of covert restrained, whatever. Whatever. So I still wanted to ask the mayor, though, about what he felt was there wasn't his responsibility. About the state and the conditions that the department is in. And so I came up to him after the after the press conference with the camera rolling and I asked him And I don't think that they liked that either. So no interviews for us. Well, they all of us felt the same way you did. We did We talk Tomo George Rodman. Yesterday we talked to David James. We're all skeptical. We want to know answers. And they were celebrating like they had made it to a finish line that this was a six month search and high five. We got that. We've checked that box. We got a new chief, and the rest of us are like, Well, well, well. I'm asking you to break out of the weeds a little bit. And I guess this is a what did the mayor know? And when did he know it situation also and then follow up. Which is where is Michael Connell and all this? Oh, goodness. Well, I think that Michael Connell is definitely behind a lot of it. And as he should be, he is the city attorney..

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"demarcus glover" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:54 min | 10 months ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Led Was Janie police to Taylor's got dorm on march it on. 12th. So it's a crazy In her letter, beautiful I you love vet, the Gentry process says James by which Sherlock lied Holmes, on the search keep warrant listening. affidavit Toe I heart radio and failed for more to complete of an your operations favorite artists. plan. While Jane's a soft clear up questions about whether he was intentionally misleading. The AF of David, his attorney, Thomas Clay, put focus back on Mayor Greg Fisher and the placed based investigation. June it PB. I was formed in late 2019. It was tasked with identifying and targeting areas of the city with high rates of violent crime. There. First investigation centered around Taylor's ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover, and another person who they believed was trafficking drugs out of our home and the 2400 block of Elliot Avenue. Investigation would eventually lead L MPD two obtained five search warrants to be obtained and executed simultaneously. Three of the warrants were for homes on Elian Avenue. One was on Muhammed Ali. The fifth was Taylor's apartment on Springfield Drive. Kentucky General Assembly getting ready to gavel back in today for their short 30 days session. Republicans hold super majorities in both the House and Senate on the to do list and the short work period, passing the second part of the state's two year budget. Addressing some covert 19 legislation and looking at restricting some of the governor's executive order and emergency powers. We're headed to Georgia, where ads spent on television and radio have surpassed the half billion dollar mark in that state's dual Senate runoff races. A B C's Lion O Maurice, keeping an eye on it Purchased data for media research firm C. M. A G shows the candidate's party committees and outside political groups combined have spent more than $514 million on ads. Looking at just candidates and party committees. Democrats are outspending Republicans. $117 million compared to 100. 11.5 million. But from outside spending, Republicans spent three times more than Democrats looking at just after the election. GOP outside groups have poured in $168 million on ad spending compared to 58 million for Democratic outside groups. Lionel Boys, ABC News And tonight at the van, whose education center, the Jefferson County Board of Education, holding a six o'clock meeting among the items on the agenda, discussing a plan for winter sports. They have been on a hiatus while the district monitored covert 19 numbers. There are three different options on the table. Your next news update is in 30 minutes. I'm Will Clark news radio a 40 wh s now is your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword bank toe 202 100, You'll get a confirmation, text and info standard data and Mrs Rates apply in this nationwide contest That's bank.

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"demarcus glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And you know part of responsibility. The violence in Louisville, JaMarcus Glover and his crew had a hand in that had a hand in killing people. Jack. Briana Taylor had a running car couple years ago on months ago, whenever it was at a rally car He's like, Hey, can I know JaMarcus on their date? Can I borrow your car? Yeah, sure. They found a guy shot to death in that car. So the call Briana Taylor, and she's like my boyfriend. I just let him use my car, and so obviously she wasn't charged. She wasn't complicity in that, but that's the kind of person she was dealing with here. And so you know what about JaMarcus Glover's responsible in all this, too? And I think that gets lost in the mix is well, I'm taking a quick time out. Wanna return? I've got That amount of early in the week, and it really good conversation with Dwayne Bride who's a community police relations expert out of Chicago. And I want to talk about the community reaction in their side. And what justice looks like is that he's a perfect gotta. Maybe answer this condo answer. This question will talk to him in about four minutes. Slow neon 707 100 wlw Alright Willy is coming up at 12 0 61 o'clock Today he will have stew Matthews on stew Matthews been hired by Brett Hankinson That is Theo Officer, the one of the three the only one that's charge he's facing three counts of wanton endangerment. That's 3 to 5 years per count for firing his gun into apartments, neighboring tailors and stew Matthews of local attorney he wrapped Ray Tensing former. You see police Officer Ray tensing in the sand bow shooting not too long ago when he will be on with Willie at 106 today on 700, WW say in the business, that's a good get right there, joining the show a little late, but I want to get his perspective here, and that's join Brian Mr Brian on the show Earlier in the week, he is in Chicago. He worked with the city of Chicago Police department, doing a community relations and like and and that is critical as we talk about police community relations. And things like this doing good morning. Hey, Scott, how you made out to apologize? A double booked this morning. It's good to be wanted, isn't it? It's better to be one of the nut wanted it. Listen, I want the throne based on CBS. Ah, Ah, hey, you know, twice in one week, and I appreciate it. I like to have any honor in the weeks so much and talking about this, and we didn't see this coming down or with around town. I'm guessing on the violence in that and you've been Listen. I know you've been listening, Lionel. But what about getting right? What am I getting? My big question is Earning his Ben and I want your side because you know you're in the community you talk to people is never a hard time understanding. When we say we want justice for Briana Taylor. What does Justice look like? Because last week there's a $12 million settlement. It doesn't bring it around back. It doesn't take away the pain and the heartbreak. I'm not saying that, but that's the fix in America. It's either prison time. And or money. The $12 million was because of the negligence, presumably that Louisville police in the Louisville City Louisville realized happened in the execution of this. No knock Warner this warrant. You can't send two cops to prison for doing what a court with a judge said they were allowed to do. Okay? So here we go. Here we go. The attorney general there, Cameron says. Do we want the truth? Or do we want the truth? That only our narrative who that didn't help yesterday? So let's start with the truth. The truth is Two police officers a falsified a police report. They first said there was no injury or harm done to be on a tailor. Not true, because you know, there's six bullet that entered her in very location. The second lie, they told was that they did not forcibly enter into the apartment, which we now know that they entered with a battering ram. So that second with second life third lie was, they said they announced themselves Now here's what's interesting we had. And I love American because we really like truth. Now we re pick sides. We like partisanship. But I don't care about that today. Let's talk about truth. The third line was this, They said. We're now ourselves, however, inside the apartment with Kenneth walking, Briana Taylor stated. That we never heard them announce anything after the shooting was done, But God gets on 911 crying like yo. Somebody shot my girlfriend. I don't know who it wass. If they had announced themselves, he would have said the police are in my house. So we have to believe that he never heard it. They interviewed the police department. 12 witnesses in the apartment building all 12 that we never heard anyone announce anything. Now there was one guy. Who stated in the beginning that he never heard anything. But after a couple of additional interviews directly with the police, all of a sudden his story change Now, if you know anything about police like I do in the black community, that guy bet I'm willing to bet money. Yes, some level of criminal history. He may have been dealing in Sadie's stuff, They say, you know, we need to change And if you don't weigh going, we go weigh on you a little bit headed. I don't agree. And I completely everything you said is on point blank because But but I I guess my point is, you know, we talked about the police reports like Wait a minute. She was an injured called we waited to call 911. He ca I totally believe that Briana Taylor, But specifically, Kenneth Walker thought that it was the ex boyfriend DeMarcus Glover, who was kicking the door in and not police serving a warrant. They didn't hear the police yell Police. You had one of 12. Witnesses say I heard him, say police, But just once. Now, keep in mind yellow once. Before they kick that door in 11. People that close the department didn't hear anything. And there was no body cameras toe on or they had body cameras. And they weren't on one of the two, which is also like you. Yeah, but But here's the thing, right? I totally agree with that, however, does all of that relates to a murder charge against Mattingly in Cosgrove. Oh, now that's the question because when when people are protesting to win and a burning Louisville down right now they want justice and justice is not what we talked about Justices. I want Mattingly and Cosgrove going to prison for the rest of our lives. What you just described to me is is negligence, probably in a lot of other things, but it's not homicide. Scott. I didn't give you the last mo hit me. Hit me with the last building. Oh, I'm sorry. I cut out the premise. I'm sorry. Here we go. Hit me with the logic, man. Here's smoking going. Here we go first. Let me say that. I'm not an attorney. But when I did a little research in lost in Kentucky Healthy fit argument does not apply to a third party. So, for instance, this Walker is who shot at the police. They would have been in self be fit by killing him outright. They did not do that. They kill Briana Taylor again. The law state Self defense does not apply to a third party so they cannot apply self defense to Briana Taylor. If they killed him. They will be justified by law. So why is the community angry Because here, it said that the law That shooter and died the gentleman because they broke the law. That's why Oh, guy. Ah Hankerson got indicted because he was so afraid he'd shoot a bullet through doors was crazy. Well, what's that? What's that guy doing? Well, he got indicted. Well, here's the deal. I have to believe that he was someplace different than the other two authors. He must have been around back for the side because he's sure through doors and right. And they're coming through the front door. So here's my deal when you have a series of live now I have to question everything. I want to see the ballistics report and see who shot Mattingly. I believe no Hankerson and his fear was spraying the whole building inside his own police officer. That's what I believe It's a possibility. It's a it's impossible because you know, even the round there was around, I think in brief foot That they said yesterday. But they can determine because you know bullets. They ricochet and they get in shape. And so they weren't sure it came from. But yeah, point could it could it have been friendly fire. The Cosgrove got hit by now. He says he saw that he saw the flash hit him in the leg on band. You know, I guess I until until science proves otherwise. I take his word for it, but you know, but but back to this difference that between you and the black community right now that we don't take his word for anything, because there's been too many lives..

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"demarcus glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Intends to nominate federal Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to fill the seat of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg that according to sources familiar with president's intentions. Telling ABC News. Barrett is from the seventh U. S Circuit Court of Appeals. A graduate from Notre Dame Law School. She is the mother of seven and a devout Catholic ABC Zandi Field in Washington. She has been called the female Antonin Scalia, the late conservative Supreme Court justice Judge Amy Cockney barrettes, public views and court decisions align with Scalia's and conservatives who the president hopes are happy with his choosing Bared for Justice Ginsburg seat Conservatives, also hoping her Supreme Court votes will help eliminate Everything from abortion rights to the affordable care act. One reason the president and Republicans air rushing her confirmation. Judge Barrett also holds an extremely expensive view of the Second Amendment even more so than Justice Scalia, for whom she clerked. So she would likely vote to strike down gun regulations. Chuck's Iverson ABC News that is not who I am. It never has been. And I'd like to think maybe I could have some people that think it back that up. That was Thom Brennaman during the Reds Kansas City game last month following a home a phobic slur that has now cost him his job is the TV announcer for the Cincinnati Reds and as play by play Man on Fox NFL coverage. I made a comment earlier tonight. That, I guess went out over the year that I am deeply Ashamed of Thom Brennaman, telling Channel nine in Cincinnati. He's stepping down but hopes to return to the business someday. The CEO the Cincinnati Reds, Bob Castellini, out with a statement tonight, saying the Reds respect Thom Brennaman is decision to step away and applaud his heartfelt efforts of reconciliation with the LGBT Q plus community. Remember for news any time on demand at 700 wlw dot com I'm Matt Reese News radio 700 wlw on my Heart Radio Online on your smartphone, iPad and tablets. 700 wlw dot com Being flown here on 700 wlw. The only one charged in this whole case is Officer Brett Hart, Hart, Hankinson and Hankinson, of course. Was fired at this happened three counts of want endangerment. And that's a 3 to 5 years per count for firing his gun into the apartment. Ah, that neighbored Briana Taylor, so it wasn't About Even Briana Taylor was about endangering the residents around Briana Taylor and Jonathan Mattingly and Miles Cosgrove. The two officers involved with the entry and executing that search warrant that led to her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, thinking that was a home invasion by the ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover, who was the drug dealer They were looking for in his dealings. They kicked the door down. Briana Taylor and Kenneth Walker thought it was the ex boyfriend and the officers thought they were under fire because Kenneth Walker shot at the cops thinking it was the ex boyfriend. And that's why Mattingly and cause government charged and, of course, also executing a legal search warrant. The question remains is Briana Taylor's death? Is it bad tactics? Is it bad Intelligence and how do you fix it? Let me get a cop's perspective on this anti Harvey's. A former police commander is a use of force expert to testify in court and also a law enforcement trainer. Aunty Good morning, are you Hey, Good morning. How are you doing? I'm doing fine. It's hard around here. You're Louisville's within the shadow of Cincinnati. It's part of our community here and to watch what's happening today, and especially what happened with Miss Taylor. And what's happening right now is difficult. But I looked the protesters now and go. You know, I don't know how many of them understand the nuance of this. But charging and imprisoning officers were doing what they were told by court order is isn't the correct response here? Right? The remedy is what happened last week, and that is civil damages. The tunes $12.5 million The officers executing the warrant had no knowledge of the flaws of the warrant and what the details were given to the judging for Michigan, the judge, So how do you hold accountable? Those officers who came under fire thinking it was bad people and not someone defending themselves. Ah, and I think that's really the crux of this whole story here, right? It is, and the fact of the matter is that the facts are being put out there. And which really, when you're talking about what we're trying to make sense of this, we have to peel back. The onion, the layers of the onions on both sides and find out what happened. But that's not being talked about. The only thing that's being talked about is what happened, and it's a tragedy. Listen there and we don't want any of that to happen. That's a horrible thing. For anyone to have to go too far is Briana and her family, and that's a tough thing. But the officer, But the officers had the absolutely right. I had the right to be there. They had probable cause they had a signed warrant by a judge saying, Yes, you have the right to be in there and go investigate. And do what we're supposed to do as police officers and protecting this community. Yeah. Andi, take me through it. And again, You know you're not privy to inside information, but when you see or hear what happened, I'm sure in your mind's eye you can see because you've been on a lot of these things yourself from a cop viewpoint. What once so wrong and serving this warrant. Well, it's hard to say you never know what's gonna happen being behind that door. You don't know what's in there, and so we go execute a warrant. You don't know what's in there and who's what they're going to do and what their mindset is and what their state we don't know any of that way should have some intelligence. But at the end of the day, we really don't know what's going on. Inside that house, So it's a It's a very dangerous thing for for for both. And so that's why when you're talking about the element of surprise and those things because we want to be safe, Eso so yeah, scary thing, and sometimes it's a no win..

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"demarcus glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Look ahead. You know, I don't agree. And I completely everything you said is on point because But but I I guess my part is is you know we talked about the police reports like, Wait a minute. She was uninjured. And they called it waited to call 911. I totally believe that Briana Taylor, But specifically Kenneth Walker thought that it was the ex boyfriend DeMarcus Glover, who was kicking the door in and not police serving a warrant. They didn't hear the police yell Police. You had one of 12. Witnesses say I heard him, say police. But just once now, keep in mind yellow once before they kick that door in 11 people. That close. The department didn't hear anything. And there was no body cameras toe on or they had body cameras. They weren't on one of the two, which is also like you and for me. Yeah. Yeah, but But here's the thing, right? I totally agree with that, however, does all of that relates to a murder charge against Mattingly in Cosgrove? Oh, now that's the last because when, when people are protest into and burn in Louisville down right now they want justice and justice is not what we talked about Justices. I want Mattingly and Cosgrove going to prison for the rest of our lives. What you just described to me is is negligence, probably in a lot of other things, but it's not homicide. Scott. I didn't give you the last hit me. Hit me with the last building. Oh, I'm sorry. I cut out the premise. I'm sorry. Here we go. Hit me with the logic man. Here's smoking going first. Let me say that. I'm not an attorney. But when I did a little research in lost in Kentucky Self defense argument does not apply to a third party. So, for instance, this Walker is who shot at the police. They would have been in self be fit by killing him outright. They did not do that. They kill Briana Taylor again. The law states Self defense does not apply to a third party so they cannot apply self defense. Oh, Briana Taylor. If they killed him, they will be justified by law. So why is the community angry? Because here it said that the law that should have indicted the gentleman because they broke the law. That's why Oh, guy. Ah Hey, Brett Hankerson. Got indicted because he was so afraid he'd shoot a bullet through doors was crazy. Well, what's that? What's that guy doing? Well, he got indicted. Well, here's the deal. I have to believe that he was someplace different than the other two authors. He must have been around back for the side because he's sure through doors and right. And they're coming through the front door. So here's my deal when you have a series of live now I have to question everything. I want to see the ballistic report and see who shot Mattingly. I believe no Hankerson and his fear was spraying the whole building inside his own police officer. That's what I believe It's a possibility. It's a it's impossible because you know, even the round there was around, I think in brief foot That they said yesterday. But they can determine because you know bullets. They ricochet and they get in shape. And so they weren't sure it came from. But yeah, on that point, could it could it have been friendly fire? The Cosgrove got hit by now. He says he he saw that he saw the flash hit him in the leg on band. You know, I guess I until until science proves otherwise. I take his word for it, but you know, but but back to this thing different, that's between you and the black community right now that we don't take his word for anything because there's been too many lives. There's been too many inconsistencies. There's been too many lives have been too much cover up. So now we don't have the privilege. We don't have the luxury of believing anything that he says and that, but it's but it's sort of an answer is saying is at some point, the facts will come out or hopefully the fact that we should have completed other transparency now that the grand jury made that decision on DH. Hopefully, that information will come out. I'm not saying he didn't or did but Right now..

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"demarcus glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Only one charged in this whole case is Officer Brett Hart, Hart, Hankinson and Hankinson, of course, was fired at this happened three counts of want endangerment. And that's a 3 to 5 years per count for firing his gun into The apartment that neighbored Briana Taylor. So it wasn't about even Briana Tanto is about endangering the residents around Briana Taylor and Jonathan Mattingly and Miles Cosgrove. The two officers involved with the entry and executing that search warrant that led to her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, Thinking that was a home invasion by the ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover was the drug dealer they were looking for in his dealings. They kicked the door down. Briana Taylor and Kenneth Walker thought it was the ex boyfriend and the officers thought they were under fire because Kenneth Walker shot at the cops thinking it was the ex boyfriend. And that's why Mattingly and cause government charged and, of course, also executing a legal search warrant. The question remains is Briana Taylor's death? Is it bad tactics? Is it bad intelligence and how do you fix it? Let me get a cop's perspective on this. Andy Harvey's a former police commander, He's a use of force expert testifies in court and also a law enforcement trainer. Aunty Good morning, are you Hey, Good morning. How are you doing? I'm doing fine. It's hard around here. You're Louisville's within the shadow of Cincinnati. It's part of our community here and to watch what's happening today, and especially what happened with Miss Taylor. And what's happening right now is difficult. But I looked the protesters now and go. You know, I don't know how many of them understand the nuance of this. But charging and imprisoning officers were doing what they were told by court order is isn't the correct response here? Right? The remedy is what happened last week, and that is civil damages. The tunes $12.5 million The officers executing the warrant had no knowledge of the flaws of the warrant and what the details were given to the judging for Michigan, the judge, So how do you hold accountable? Those officers who came under fire thinking it was bad people and not someone defending themselves. Ah, and I think that's really the crux of this whole story here, right? It is, and the fact of the matter is that the facts are being put out there. And which really, when you're talking about what you're trying to make sense of this, we have to peel back. The onion, the layers of the onions on both sides and find out what happened. But that's not being talked about. The only thing that's being talked about is what happened, and it's a tragedy of a man wouldn't we don't want any of that to happen. That's a horrible thing for anyone to have to go to bars Briana and her family and that's a tough thing. But the but the officers had the absolutely right. I had the right to be there. They had probable cause they had a signed warrant by Judge saying, Yes. You have the right to be in there and go investigate. And do what we're supposed to do as police officers and protecting this community. Yeah. Andi, take me through it. And again, You know you're not privy to inside information, but when you see or hear what happened, I'm sure in your mind's eye you can see because you've been on a lot of these things yourself from a cop viewpoint. What once so wrong and serving this warrant. Well, it's hard to say you never know what's gonna happen being behind that door. You don't know what's in there, and so we go execute a warrant. You don't know what's in there and who's what they're going to do and what their mindset is and what their state we don't know any of that, Uh, we should have some intelligence, but at the end of the day, we really don't know what's going on. Inside that house, So it's a It's a very dangerous thing for for for both. And so that's why when you're talking about the element of surprise, and those things, that's because we want to be safe, Eso so yeah, scary thing, And sometimes it's a no win. But the cops have to do what they have to do it in order to keep the community safe. Yeah. And, yeah, I understand that. And you know, the thing too is I guess we could talk about the procedure itself. Right is you know Briana Taylor and Kenneth Walker behind closed doors. Turner, her boyfriend. She had dated Marcus Glover. JaMarcus Glover's The Bad guy spent time in jail. She'd go visit him. She'd say you got to turn your life around. They have surveillance video of her her card at one of his trap houses, and she was just you know, the girlfriend. She had nothing to do. They found not absolutely nothing in that night. Briana Taylor tow any crimes or misdemeanors. She was just the love interest. And she, I guess maybe trying tow away fix the guy or whatever. But she realized this guy was no good. She had broken up with him about a month earlier. She's now with Kenneth Walker, and they expected the door to be kicked in by JaMarcus Glove or not, police officers searching a warrant. My usual, I guess not with officers, Mattingly and Cosgrove. But ifyou're them, how matter you at your fellow officers because they didn't catch any of this information. There's a report that said the officers who are surveilling her home tonight because that's what you do right before you kick a door or you're gonna have eyes on her apartment right and as well as the other four trap houses. The officers did not see that she had left. The house left the apartment with Kenneth Locker. The new boyfriend. They went to Texas Roadhouse. They came back, and the officers didn't see that either. If I'm Cosgrove and if I Mattingly, how mad are you at these officers who are on this detail and you're a one? You had one job, and that's to watch the front door and you missed it. That's that's really upsetting. It is and there are some things that they should have done better. And there's no doubt about it doesn't think that we have to be very open about candid Could we have done better after any operation or anything that we do for that matter? Could we have done better? And they're serving things that the officers could have done. Just what what? Like what you're saying in order to be to be safer. Your boat on. So it's not an easy thing to talk about. But we have to talk about it and we have to be open and we have to be open with the public and say This is the good the bad and the ugly. This is what we did right and this is what we screwed up and I think that that's a that's a good thing. Both, but we have to be open about it again. The factor just now coming out as far as you know what happened before and all that, So it's It's a horrible thing, but we have to look at it. And find out what can we do better? From a tactical standpoint, Now you've executed unserved warrants perform. Talk about the difference between the investigation of the attack team going in is because the officers who we're talking about here, Mattingly and Cosgrove or weren't charged. These are the ones that entered. One was shot the other and they returned fire and ultimately killing Briana Taylor, who was standing next to Kenneth Walker. Is that they? They weren't the ones that went before the judge and got all of the information to present to the judge to sign off on that warrant s O. The tactical unit. They're not responsible for that, right? Right. Usually, those are two separate units. And you know what? Once you get to your SWAT team or your tactical team, you say I got this warrant this. Whatever it is, let's go. And so then they formulate a plan in order to obey from the intelligence have to have in order to get the work so that sometimes most of time those are two different units that are doing two different jobs on DH so but but but they need to communicate, obviously, and and and they do. They probably did. I don't know what The fact that I'm sure that they met before had some kind of a plan. Brief him on what? You know what they're looking for. But this farce known every single detail of the case. That's what probably did not know where everything..

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05:12 min | 1 year ago

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"You have Children under 17, you must act by September 30th to get the $500 economic impact payment per child this year. Into your child's information in the non filer tool at I rs dot gov produced a U. S taxpayer expense. 6 24. It is Alabama's Morning news. I'm J T yesterday. The decision was made by the grand jury not to proceed with indictments for charges. On the officers for the death of bringing Taylor Kentucky Agenda. Attorney General Daniel Cameron says it's unlikely any additional charges will be coming in this case. I think it's it is Unlikely that there will be any additional, uh, prosecutions that come from that event itself. Hey, also explains why the officers broke down the door in this press conference when officers were unable to get anyone to answer or open the door to apartment for. A decision was made to breach the door. After reaching the door. Sergeant Mattingly was the first and only officer. To enter the residence. Sergeant Mattingly identified two individuals standing beside one another at the end of the hall. A male and a female. In his statement, he says that the male was holding a gun arms extended. In a shooting stance. Sergeant Mattingly solve a man's gun fire. Heard a boom. And immediately knew he was shot as a result of feeling heat in his upper thigh. All right. And that is why the attorney general there. Went on to explain. This is why the shooting was justified. He says the suspect fired on the police first. So when that happens, and this was not a wrong address, this was the correct address based on Intel. And the fact that there could have been drugs and or drug money in the House. And they came in there. Now the man with the gun Brianna's boyfriend at the time of the entry, Kenneth Walker. Was not listed on the warrant. He was not a suspect in anything. JaMarcus Glover, who was also arrested that same morning of the shooting at a different location. Could have been there, according to Intel was her ex boyfriend and used that address is his address. So that's why the address was there. Brianna's name was on it just as the home President, main resident there she was not as a suspect in anything. Was she involved in the drug situation with ex boyfriend? You're Marcus. Clever. Depends on there's not a real clarity on this. It doesn't appear she was actually Running drugs selling drugs involved in the drug world. Was she aware that her ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover, Was Probably. Yeah. Was she where there might have been some money in the house? Probably, but does that warrant Her death. Absolutely not. This is a horrific death. Of Rianna tailors. Wrong place. Wrong time associating with the wrong guy. Remarks Glover, who was now in jail. With the fax. We're presented brought all this out to the grand jury, and that's why they decided there was no Additional charge is needed for the officers. They were doing their job there. They were fired upon and return fire. But you know the riots broke out the protesters, You know, God, violent and officers were shot in Louisville because of this And during a press conference last night, Thean ERM P. D there, chief Rob Schroeder said one of the officers is alert while the other one is in surgery. As they were deploying to investigate what was going on. At first and Broadway. Shots ring out in two of our officers shot. Both officers are currently undergoing treatment at University Hospital. And the good news is they're expected to recover. We'll have more discussion on this. Your thoughts are welcome as well. 88 89105105, But my my thoughts are these protests and violence. Activities that erupt around our country when they don't know the whole fax in these protesters. Cisco based on assumptions has got to stop. Thank God the governor deployed. The National Guard. In Kentucky. This needs to be shut down this violence based on hearsay in rumor. We have a justice system that people need to allow to go through the process. And if you don't like the outcome, sometimes it doesn't go that way. But this this eruption of violence from now you know, every time there's a decision made that doesn't fit your decision. You know your narrative. That this has got to stop in this country. Three minutes away Traffic and weather together Bottom of the hour news stay with us if the next step for your business is finding a.

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

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"All right, So you know, damage we've been asking for justice for Briana Taylor appear in Hollywood unlocked in. She still hasn't gotten it. No, no. Briana Taylor's ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover was targeted. One of the narcotics investigation was resulting to her being fatally shot. This happened on March 13th. Now he's been offered a plea deal that will force him to say that she was involved in the drug. Oration and declined telling officials he had zero involvement and any illegal drug trafficking. So this is how they're trying to control the situation that the officers actually killed an unarmed black woman in her own while she was sleeping by trying to get somebody to take a plea deal to get out of jail by lying to say she had to do it, you know the way people were trying to clean their This is sad. And you know what? Daniel Camera the attorney, general it there you bitch Don't think we forgot about you with that bad pushback hairline. They not only need to vote you out, they need to vote you, Barbara, and any devote your little wife out, too, because the fact that she Going to birth. A black baby. At some point they could also be sleeping in out and shot by a police officer is just crazy to me. Yes. So ex boyfriend made a statement said the police were trying to make it out to be mock ball, turning the whole community out here, making it look like I brought this to Brianna's door. There was nothing never there anything ever there and at the end of the day, they went about it the wrong way and light on their search warrant and shot that girl out there. What I love about him is that he's standing behind his girl or his standing behind Briana, even though he could get his freedom as a result of lion is now her and he's not doing it. So send love to him and sent it straight to him as he fights for justice for Briana, as we continue to do that has been over 175 days at this point, Come on, people. Let's do some about this stand up guy now coming up. Next damaged. I had a conversation with a whole bunch of Queens. It wasn't in West Hollywood. It was vivid was Vivica Fox, Lisa Ray, Claudia Joy and Selena Johnson.

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04:20 min | 1 year ago

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"Kentucky is on edge as residents await a decision on whether the officers who killed Briana Taylor will be charged. That decision is occurring amid recent leaks that suggest Taylor was closely linked to drug trafficking. Amina Elahi of member Station W. In Louisville, reports that some say there is a smear campaign underway from the cover of Vanity Fair September issue. Briana Taylor gazes evenly at the viewer seafoam dress flowing. The painting is the elevated form of the many popular tributes depicting Taylor at times, wreaths and flowers or even wearing a halo. Ever since her story caught the nation's attention in May, 2 months after police shot and killed her at home supporters have highlighted her best attributes. Taylor was an emergency room technician She dreamed of becoming a nurse. She was fun. Most importantly, they say she was innocent. Obviously, Brianna's passing has been a terrible tragedy for our from the community and for her family. That's Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher a attempt to link her. It's just not relevant to the investigation that's taking place right now, so it's not helpful. Mayor Fisher says Taylor didn't deserve to die and it would be unjust to draw conclusions based on limited information. He says. Attempts to sway opinion and influence the investigation are quote wrong and divisive. The mayor has criticized leaked documents like the report on Taylor's alleged linked to drug trafficking, which was reportedly compiled after Taylor's killing. Representative for the Louisville Metro Police Department declined to comment, citing the ongoing investigation. Anita Baker is an attorney representing Taylor's family in a wrongful death lawsuit if people thought she was a drug dealer It was not just about her murderer the way that she was murdered. Baker denies Taylor was involved in drugs or was even still connected to her ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover, the main target of the investigation that led police to her door, Baker says. Even if the allegations were true, it wouldn't matter. Once people are able to see all of the evidence they would. They will agree that she was not plain clothes. Police shot and killed Taylor during the middle of the night raid. Her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired one shot because he says he thought they were intruders. Police say that shot injured an officer. Police returned fire with five bullets, striking Taylor and killing her. Criminal investigations by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the FBI are pending. Baker thinks there have been intentional attempts to smear Taylor's name. So another lawyer on Baker's team posted an image of a plea offer for Taylor's ex boyfriend, Glover that listed Taylor as a co defendant. Lover says he didn't take the offer from the district attorney because Taylor wasn't involved is disappointing. It borders along the lines of unethical. But the district attorney, Tom Wine, defended his actions. In the statement, he emphasized it was the family's lawyer who released the plea document that smeared tailor by reminding the public that Glover used her to further his drug trafficking. Wine, said he had Taylor's name removed from the final draft and did not release either version. Out of respect to Taylor and due to the ongoing investigations. Kristen Nicole Dukes, the dean for institutional diversity at Allegheny College, has studied how people assign fault two victims in fictional shooting situations. If you Paint his negative black stereotypic portrayal of the victim in the media. What you get is this lasting application in the arena of public opinion, her research found, describing a fictional victim that way lead study participants to blame the victim more and the shooter less even when it came to charging them. Duke says the public wants information about shooting victims, and in some cases, it humanizes them. But Taylor's image is more complicated where it was to talk about humans, only people, flaws and all Rianna. Taylor isn't being afforded that opportunity, and in that way she isn't human. She's being superhuman, she says. It doesn't matter whether Taylor was good or bad. What matters is justice for NPR news. I'm Amina Elahi in Louisville. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. It's.

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08:19 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Sasha Pfeiffer in Cambridge, Massachusetts. And I'm Adi Cornish in Washington today, the first ballots were mailed out for the 2020 general election, North Carolina began sending absentee ballots to hundreds of thousands of voters who have requested them so far. This is just the beginning for an election that's expected to break all records for mail in voting and which already has been marked by controversy, confusion and legal fights. NPR's Pam Fessler covers voting issues and joins us now. Damn it finally begins. Can you talk about how North Carolina is doing it? Well. Today, the state is starting to fill out the many, many requests that it's received so far for absentee ballots. But most states North Carolina scene a big increase in demand this year, in part because many voters just don't want to go to the polls during the pandemic. Listen to these numbers. As of this morning, 643,000 North Carolinians had requested absented T ballots. And at this time in 2016, that number was less than 39,000. In fact, the numbers are so large that the election officials say they will be sending those ballots out on a rolling basis throughout September and yesterday, the state's election director, Karen Brinson, Bell made this request. What we do need to ask of our voters is to be patient. This is unprecedented the number of absentee by mail requests that we have received and gaudy. That's also the case in most other states, which will all begin sending out their ballots in the coming weeks. Do we have a sense of who's requesting these ballots in terms of party affiliation? Well in most states, Democrats appearing to be doing most of the requesting take North Carolina, for example, almost 334,000. Democrats have requested mail in ballots, Republican requests or about a third of that number, and we're seeing this pattern across the country, and political observers attribute this to two different things. One. There's a pretty aggressive campaign by Democrats. Have their voters apply for their absentee ballots and return them as soon as possible so they don't end up getting rejected because they arrived too late. And the second thing is President Trump's repeated criticism of mail in voting, saying it's going to lead to the most fraudulent election in history despite the lack of evidence. But the president's words appear to be scaring off Republican voters from voting by mail and and that has party operatives. Pretty concerned that might hurt them in November, and there's been more on that front right when it comes to mail in voting just this past week. That's right. Appearing in North Carolina on Wednesday, the president suggested that voters might want to test the security of the States Mail in voting system by casting their back absolutely ballots first, and then going to the polls on election Day to see if they'd be able to vote in person. Well, as you probably know, Voting twice is a crime in this lead election officials across the country to say no, Please don't do this. The president then tried to walk it back yesterday, saying the on Ly meant that people should go to the polls to make sure that their absentee ballot had been counted before trying to vote in person. But that also raised concerns. North Carolina officials noted that in their state like in a lot of others voters, Khun Check the status of their ballots online. So they said, Please don't come to the polls to check the status of your absentee ballot, because that's only going to cause long lines. On Election day. And what's the impact of all these controversy for Ah, election officials? Well, it's having a big impact. I mean, I spoke to one county election director yesterday in Pennsylvania, and he said everything so much up in the year. He doesn't you can't even print out. The absentee ballot instructions yet because he doesn't know what they're going to be right now. Both the Republican and Democratic parties are suing the state over its male and voting rules. Republicans want them more restrictive Democrats Wenton loosened, and there's also legislation going through the state Legislature right now that the governor's threatened to veto S so it's kind of a mess right now. That's NPR's Pam Fessler. Louisville, Kentucky is on edge as residents await a decision on whether the officers who killed Briana Taylor will be charged. That decision is occurring amid recent leaks that suggest Taylor was closely linked to drug trafficking. Amina Elahi of member station W F P L in Louisville, reports that some say there is a smear campaign underway from the cover of Vanity Fair September issue. Briana Taylor gazes evenly at the viewer seafoam dress flowing. The painting is the elevated form of the many popular tributes depicting Taylor at times, religion, flowers or even wearing a halo. Ever since her story caught the nation's attention in May, 2 months after police shot and killed her at home supporters have highlighted her best attributes. Taylor was an emergency room technician She dreamed of becoming a nurse. She was fun. Most importantly, they say she was innocent. Obviously, Brianna's passing has been a terrible tragedy for her for the community and for her family. That's Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher, a attempt to link her. It's just not relevant to the investigation that's taking place right now, so it's not helpful. Mayor Fisher says Taylor didn't deserve to die, and it would be unjust to draw conclusions based on limited information. He says. Attempts to sway opinion and influence the investigation are quote wrong and divisive. The mayor has criticized leaked documents like the report on Taylor's alleged linked to drug trafficking, which was reportedly compiled after Taylor's killing. Representative for the Louisville Metro Police Department declined to comment, citing the ongoing investigation. Anita Baker is an attorney representing Taylor's family in a wrongful death lawsuit if people thought she was a drug dealer It would not have just about her murderer the way that she was murdered. Baker denies Taylor was involved in drugs or was even still connected to her ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover, the main target of the investigation that led police to her door, Baker says Even if the allegations were true, it wouldn't matter what its people are able to see all of the evidence they would. They will agree that she was not plain clothes. Police shot and killed Taylor during the middle of the night raid. Her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired one shot because he says he thought they were intruders. Police say that shot injured an officer. Police returned fire with five bullets, striking Taylor and killing her. Criminal investigations by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the FBI are pending. Baker thinks there have been intentional attempts to smear Taylor's name. So another lawyer on Baker's team posted an image of a plea offer for Taylor's ex boyfriend, Glover that listed Taylor as a co defendant. Lover says he didn't take the offer from the district attorney because Taylor wasn't involved is disappointing. It borders along the lines of unethical, But the district attorney, Tom Wine, defended his actions. In a statement, he emphasized it was the family's lawyer who released the plea document that smeared tailor by reminding the public that Glover used her to further his drug trafficking. Wine, said he had Taylor's name removed from the final draft and did not release either version. Out of respect to Taylor and due to the ongoing investigations. Kristen Nicole Dukes, the dean for institutional diversity at Allegheny College, has studied how people assign fault two victims in fictional shooting situations. If you Paint is negative black stereotypic portrayal of the victim in the media. What you get is this lasting implications in the arena of public opinion, her research found, describing a fictional victim that way lead study participants to blame the victim more and the shooter less even when it came to charging them. Duke says the public wants information about shooting victims, and in some cases, it humanizes them. But Taylor's image is more complicated. We're able to talk about humans, everything people, flaws and all Rianna. Taylor isn't being afforded that opportunity, and in that way she isn't human. She's being superhuman, she says. It doesn't matter whether Taylor was good or bad. What matters is justice for NPR news. I'm Amina Elahi in Louisville. You're listening to all things.

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"demarcus glover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Await a decision on whether the officers who killed Briana Taylor will be charged. That decision is occurring amid recent leaks that suggest Taylor was closely linked to drug trafficking. Amina Elahi of member station Wofl in Louisville reports that some say there is a smear campaign underway from the cover of Vanity Fair's September issue. Briana Taylor gazes evenly at the viewer seafoam dress flowing. The painting is the elevated form of the many popular tributes depicting Taylor at times, wreaths and flowers or even wearing a halo. Ever since her story caught the nation's attention in May, 2 months after police shot and killed her at home supporters have highlighted her best attributes. Taylor was an emergency room technician She dreamed of becoming a nurse. She was fun. Most importantly, they say she was innocent. Obviously, Brianna's passing has been a terrible tragedy for from the community and for her family. That's Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher, a attempt to link her. It's just not relevant to the investigation that's taking place right now, so it's not helpful. Mayor Fisher says Taylor didn't deserve to die, and it would be unjust to draw conclusions based on limited information. He says. Attempts to sway opinion and influence the investigation are quote wrong and divisive. The mayor has criticized leaked documents like the report on Taylor's alleged linked to drug trafficking, which was reportedly compiled after Taylor's killing. Representative for the Louisville Metro Police Department declined to comment, citing the ongoing investigation. Anita Baker is an attorney representing Taylor's family in a wrongful death lawsuit if people thought she was a drug dealer It would not have just about her murderer the way that she was murdered. Baker denies Taylor was involved in drugs or was even still connected to her ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover, the main target of the investigation that led police to her door, Baker says Even if the allegations were true, it wouldn't matter what its people are able to see all of the evidence they would. They will agree that she was not plain clothes. Police shot and killed Taylor during the middle of the night raid. Her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired one shot because he says he thought they were intruders. Police say that shot injured an officer. Police returned fire with five bullets, striking Taylor and killing her. Criminal investigations by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the FBI are pending. Baker thinks there have been intentional attempts to smear Taylor's name. So another lawyer on Baker's team posted an image of a plea offer for Taylor's ex boyfriend, Glover that listed Taylor as a co defendant. Lover says he didn't take the offer from the district attorney because Taylor wasn't involved is disappointing. It borders along the lines of unethical, But the district attorney, Tom Wine, defended his actions. In a statement, he emphasized it was the family's lawyer who released the plea document that smeared tailor by reminding the public that Glover used her to further his drug trafficking. Wine, said he had Taylor's name removed from the final draft and did not release either version. Out of respect to Taylor and due to the ongoing investigations. Kristen Nicole Dukes, the dean for institutional diversity at Allegheny College, has studied how people assign fault two victims in fictional shooting situations. If you Paint is negative black stereotypic portrayal of the victim in the media. What you get is this lasting implication in the arena of public opinion, her research found, describing a fictional victim that way lead study participants to blame the victim more and the shooter less even when it came to charging them. Duke says the public wants information about shooting victims, and in some cases, it humanizes them. But Taylor's image is more complicated. We're able to talk about humans, early people, flaws and all Rianna. Taylor isn't being afforded that opportunity, and in that way she isn't human. She's being superhuman, she says. It doesn't matter whether Taylor was good or bad. What matters is justice for NPR news. I'm Amina Elahi in Louisville. You're listening to all things considered on w N Y C. I'm Jamie Floyd Times are tough for everyone, and that includes the city's arts and cultural institutions. They were forced to close in March and saw their revenue immediately drop with no admissions, no ticket sales and a decrease in philanthropy thanks to the uncertainty of the stock market. Many institutions laid off or furlough dozens of people, But one institution pivoted to online content early and wound up building a new global audience. The 92nd Street y. Joining us now by Skype to talk about what the 92nd Street y has done, and what other institutions can learn from. It is w N. Y. C. Culture editor Jennifer of Anasco Hey, J. Hey, JD. Sir J. The 92nd Street Y was founded in 18 74, and it's grown to be a center of conversation and community programming in the city. What happened? When the corona virus hit well, they're one of the first to really come onboard with online programming. So basically they went from a completely in person institution so completely Online institution. They tell me just over the course of a weekend back in March, and they were really creative with it. I'm leveraging. The things are known for so conversations with cultural leaders. They took these talks with people like Roxane Gay Zadie Smith. Adam got Nick and they launched over 1000 online classes, which is an incredible number. That means they've reached 3.5 million participants. 150 countries and Jamie that is compared to just 300,000 New Yorkers before the pandemic, which is it is extraordinary on day did this partly by paying attention to what people wanted. So with the classes, they made them less expensive and shorter because people schedules are so uncertain, especially during the early time. And this helped them make $3 million in online revenue, and even their Mohr really niche offerings did well, so the poetry center is above budget for the quarter. But online didn't mean they were abandoning the idea of in person events, right? Oh, no, not at all. So I first spoke to the chief executive officer a couple months ago. His name is health. Pinsky and he was already thinking about what measures to take in the 90 seconds. Shoot. Why was allowed to eventually reopen? At the time, he said. You know the future is unpredictable. But what we do know is that the city is broke. The state is broke. And yet the arts are really important to the economic future of our city. So how do we keep them afloat? And here's Pinsky. This is what he said back in June. I understand that in the foreseeable future will even allow it with 900 people into a concert hall. But if we were just able to get a former socially distance on our stage, but on our stage that we could record them with better equipment that we have in the concert hall And creating the higher production value could probably market on Those that content for more money which you just pointed out, we desperately need so now that they're starting to reopen their doing exactly that. Actually, they're gonna be taping performances in an empty concert hall. But in general what Pinsky saying here is that They've continuously been trying to figure out how best to monetize their strengths. So they've been successful they have the Penske says the revenue they've generated is just a fraction of what they need to actually be sustainable. So they're 2019 budget was $69 million. Now they're budgeting on a quarter by quarter basis. They didn't lay anyone off actually during the pandemic, and they didn't have a pee pee pee alone. But they did for low people, and they had graduated pay cut, So the more you made the deeper the cuts. Pinsky is an unusual leader for a major institution like the 92nd Street Y because he doesn't come from a nonprofit background, right. Tell us about that. Yeah, he was president of the Economic Development Corporation during part of the Bloomberg administration..

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04:36 min | 1 year ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on KCRW

"Of a mess right now. That's NPR's Pam Fessler. Louisville, Kentucky is on edge as residents await a decision on whether the officers who killed Briana Taylor will be charged. That decision is occurring amid recent leaks that suggest Taylor was closely linked to drug trafficking. Amina Elahi of member station Wofl in Louisville reports that some say there is a smear campaign underway from the cover of Vanity Fair September issue. Briana Taylor gazes evenly at the viewer seafoam dress flowing. The painting is the elevated form of the many popular tributes depicting Taylor at times, religion, flowers or even wearing a halo. Ever since her story caught the nation's attention in May, 2 months after police shot and killed her at home supporters have highlighted her best attributes. Taylor was an emergency room technician She dreamed of becoming a nurse. She was fun. Most importantly, they say she was innocent. Obviously, Brianna's passing has been a terrible tragedy for a heart for the community and for her family. That's Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher a attempt to link her. It's just not relevant to the investigation that's taking place right now, so it's not helpful. Mayor Fisher says Taylor didn't deserve to die, and it would be unjust to draw conclusions based on limited information. He says. Attempts to sway opinion and influence the investigation are quote wrong and divisive. The mayor has criticized leaked documents like the report on Taylor's alleged linked to drug trafficking, which was reportedly compiled after Taylor's killing. Representative for the Louisville Metro Police Department declined to comment, citing the ongoing investigation. Anita Baker is an attorney representing Taylor's family in a wrongful death lawsuit if people thought she was a drug dealer It would not have just about her murderer the way that she was murdered. Baker denies Taylor was involved in drugs or was even still connected to her ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover, the main target of the investigation that led police to her door, Baker says. Even if the allegations were true, it wouldn't matter. Once people are able to see all of the evidence they would. They will agree that she was not plain clothes. Police shot and killed Taylor during the middle of the night raid. Her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired one shot because he says he thought they were intruders. Police say that shot injured an officer. Police returned fire with five bullets, striking Taylor and killing her. Criminal investigations by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the FBI are pending. Baker thinks there have been intentional attempts to smear Taylor's name. So another lawyer on Baker's team posted an image of a plea offer for Taylor's ex boyfriend, Glover that listed Taylor as a co defendant. Lover says he didn't take the offer from the district attorney because Taylor wasn't involved is disappointing. It borders along the lines of unethical, But the district attorney, Tom Wine, defended his actions. In a statement, he emphasized it was the family's lawyer who released the plea document that smeared tailor by reminding the public that Glover used her to further his drug trafficking. Wine, said he had Taylor's name removed from the final draft and did not release either version. Out of respect to Taylor and due to the ongoing investigations. Kristen Nicole Dukes, the dean for institutional diversity at Allegheny College, has studied how people assign fault two victims in fictional shooting situations. If you Paint is negative black stereotypic portrayal of the victim in the media. What you get is this lasting implication in the arena of public opinion, her research found, describing a fictional victim that way lead study participants to blame the victim more and the shooter less even when it came to charging them. Duke says the public wants information about shooting victims, and in some cases, it humanizes them. But Taylor's image is more complicated. We're able to talk about humans, everything people, flaws and all Rianna. Taylor isn't being afforded that opportunity, and in that way she isn't human. She's being superhuman, she says. It doesn't matter whether Taylor was good or bad. What matters is justice for NPR news. I'm Amina Elahi in Louisville. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. It's been nearly six months since Florida residents have been allowed inside nursing homes and.

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"demarcus glover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Began sending absentee ballots to hundreds of thousands of voters who have requested them so far. This is just the beginning for an election that's expected to break all records for mail in voting and which already has been marked by controversy, confusion and legal fights. NPR's Pam Fessler covers voting issues and joins us now. Damn it finally begins. Can you talk about how North Carolina is doing it? Well. Today, the state is starting to fill out the many, many requests that it's received so far for absentee ballots. But most states North Carolina scene a big increase in demand this year, in part because many voters just don't want to go to the polls during the pandemic. Listen to these numbers. As of this morning, 643,000 North Carolinians had requested absented T ballots. And at this time in 2016, that number was less than 39,000. In fact, the numbers are so large that the election officials say they will be sending those ballots out on a rolling basis throughout September and yesterday, the state's election director, Karen Brinson Bell, made this request. What we do need to ask of our voters is to be patient. This is unprecedented. The number of absentee by mail requests that we have received. And it already. That's also the case in most other states, which will all begin sending out their ballots in the coming weeks. Do we have a sense of who's requesting these ballots in terms of party affiliation? Well in most states Democrats appearing to be doing most of the requesting take North Carolina, for example, almost 334,000. Democrats have requested mail in ballots, Republican requests or about a third of that number, and we're seeing this pattern across the country, and political observers attribute this to two different things. One. There's a pretty aggressive campaign by Democrats. Have their voters apply for their absentee ballots and return them as soon as possible so they don't end up getting rejected because they arrived too late. And the second thing is President Trump's repeated criticism of mail in voting, saying it's going to lead to the most fraudulent election in history despite the lack of evidence. But the president's words appear to be scaring off Republican voters from voting by mail and and that has party operatives pretty concerned that might hurt them in November. And there's been more on that front right when it comes to mail in voting just this past week. That's right. Appearing in North Carolina on Wednesday, the president suggested that voters might want to test the security of the States Mail in voting system by casting their back absolutely ballots first, and then going to the polls on election Day to see if they'd be able to vote in person. Well, as you probably know, Voting twice is a crime in this lead election officials across the country to say no, Please don't do this. The president then tried to walk it back yesterday, saying the on Ly meant that people should go to the polls to make sure that their absentee ballot had been counted before trying to vote in person. But that also raised concerns. North Carolina officials noted that in their state like in a lot of others voters, Khun Check the status of their ballots online. So they said, Please don't come to the polls to check the status of your absentee ballot, because that's only going to cause long lines. On Election Day. And what's the impact of all these controversy for election officials? Well, it's it's having a big impact. I mean, I spoke to one county election director yesterday of Pennsylvania and he said everything so much up in the year. He doesn't You can't even print out the absentee ballot instructions yet because he doesn't know what they're going to be right now. Both the Republican and Democratic parties are suing the state over its male and voting rules. Republicans want them more restrictive Democrats Wenton loosened, and there's also legislation going through the state Legislature right now that the governor's threatened to veto s so it's kind of a mess right now. That's NPR's Pam Fessler. Louisville, Kentucky is on edge as residents await a decision on whether the officers who killed Briana Taylor will be charged. That decision is occurring amid recent leaks that suggest Taylor was closely linked to drug trafficking. Amina Elahi of member station Wofl in Louisville reports that some say there is a smear campaign underway. From the cover of Vanity Fair's September issue, Briana Taylor gazes evenly at the viewer seafoam dress flowing. The painting is the elevated form of the many popular tributes depicting Taylor at times, wreaths and flowers or even wearing a halo. Ever since her story caught the nation's attention in May, 2 months after police shot and killed her at home supporters have highlighted her best attributes. Taylor was an emergency room technician She dreamed of becoming a nurse. She was fun. Most importantly, they say she was innocent. Obviously, Brianna's passing has been a terrible tragedy for for the community and for her family. That's Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher, a attempt to link her. It's just not relevant to the investigation that's taking place right now, so it's not helpful. Mayor Fisher says Taylor didn't deserve to die, and it would be unjust to draw conclusions based on limited information. He says. Attempts to sway opinion and influence the investigation are quote wrong and divisive. The mayor has criticized leaked documents like the report on Taylor's alleged linked to drug trafficking, which was reportedly compiled after Taylor's killing. Representative for the Louisville Metro Police Department declined to comment, citing the ongoing investigation. Anita Baker is an attorney representing Taylor's family in a wrongful death lawsuit if people thought she was a drug dealer It would not have just about her murderer the way that she was murdered. Baker denies Taylor was involved in drugs or was even still connected to her ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover, the main target of the investigation that led police to her door, Baker says Even if the allegations were true, it wouldn't matter what its people are able to see all of the evidence they would. They will agree that she was not plain clothes. Police shot and killed Taylor during the middle of the night raid. Her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired one shot because he says he thought they were intruders. Police say that shot injured an officer. Police returned fire with five bullets, striking Taylor and killing her. Criminal investigations by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the FBI are pending. Baker thinks there have been intentional attempts to smear Taylor's name. So another lawyer on Baker's team posted an image of a plea offer for Taylor's ex boyfriend, Glover that listed Taylor as a co defendant. Lover says he didn't take the offer from the district attorney because Taylor wasn't involved is disappointing. It borders along the lines of unethical, But the district attorney, Tom Wine, defended his actions. In a statement, he emphasized it was the family's lawyer who released the plea document that smeared tailor by reminding the public that Glover used her to further his drug trafficking. Wine, said he had Taylor's name removed from the final draft and did not release either version. Out of respect to Taylor and due to the ongoing investigations. Kristen Nicole Dukes, the dean for institutional diversity at Allegheny College, has studied how people assign fault two victims in fictional shooting situations. If you Paint is negative black stereotypic portrayal of the victim in the media. What you get is this lasting implication in the arena of public opinion, her research found, describing a fictional victim that way lead study participants to blame the victim more and the shooter less even when it came to charging them. Duke says the public wants information about shooting victims, and in some cases, it humanizes them. But Taylor's image is more complicated. We're able to talk about humans, everything people, flaws and all Rianna. Taylor isn't being afforded that opportunity, and in that way she isn't human. She's being superhuman, she says. It doesn't matter whether Taylor was good or bad. What matters is justice for NPR news. I'm Amina Elahi in Louisville. You're listening to all things considered. 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"demarcus glover" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"They expect that to be locked to the end of September. Our next reporting 15 minutes. Obama Ellis News Radio 8 40 W S. Hi folks. With the updated forecast I'm Wook. Why Chief meteorologist J. Cardosi heading into this Monday night. Look for partly to mostly cloudy skies. It'll be muggy out there some patchy fog but also mainly dry skies alot of 73. Another warm, humid day on tap for your Tuesday mostly cloudy temperatures topping out at 87 chances for some widely scattered storms, but the greater chances not until late day And Maura likely on into Tuesday night, but it will stay unsettled even into Wednesday. That's your forecast. Some Wook Why Chief meteorologist J. Cardosi just five days until the Kentucky Derby get all day coverage Saturday, starting at 6 A.m. on news radio. Wait, 40 W. H s Louisville and I Heart radio station. Good evening involves radio 8 40 yes. On attorney for Briana Taylor's family blasted the Jefferson County Commonwealth's office for listening Taylor as a co defendant in a draft copy of a plea deal offered to Taylor's ex boyfriend, DeMarcus Glover. Commonwealth's attorney, Tom Wine, said he had Taylor's name removed from the document as soon as he was became aware of the issue, and said His office does not posthumously indict people. The plea deal was drafted earlier this summer and was publicly acknowledged today after a Facebook post by Sam Aguilar, an attorney for Taylor's family. Shame on that office, Aguilar wrote, adding Briana Taylor is not a co defendant in a criminal case. She's dead weight to try and attack a woman when she's not even here to defend herself in his statement, why publicly disseminated the final copy of the plea deal, which did not include tailor wine in a statement says Mr Aguilar's characterization of the draft, please sheet is false. As Miss Taylor was never a codefendant with Mr Glover, an episode of a cable documentary series featuring the Briana Taylor case premieres this week. The New York Times presents the killing of Briana Tailor will take a closer look at what happened the night Taylor was shot and killed. During the service of a no knock warrant. The episode will feature interviews with several people close to the case, including Taylor's boyfriend. Kenneth Walker and her mother, Tameka Palmer..

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"demarcus glover" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"demarcus glover" Discussed on The Takeaway

"At one point, he is run heavily on his relationship with law enforcement he has buddied up with. President Donald Trump and and spoke at his roundtable on police issues mainly speaking to which respecting police officers. So there's a lot of attention or what his office will decide with a three of these officers cases in his in his office There is certainly a preparation here and Louisville for the worst you see businesses boarded up. You See folks really an apprehension understanding that there could be possible violence if these officers are not charged. Daniel Cameron has certainly kept focus though on the case and tried not to. Despite efforts by others to put pressure on him in protesting et his hold occupied his front yard try not to you know give any wink or nod one way or the other, but there certainly is. An anxiety in Louisville over what this case will be an how people will react to it. and. You Imagine you've been in touch with the family what are their expectations as far as how this will go? Will Bradley Taylor's of family attorneys including Benjamin crump a believe that these offices absolutely should be charged and they are Catholic from the attorneys outspoken with forebrand hill is family. They believe all three officers will be and should be charged. There has been discussion and debate and rumors about only one of the officers will be charged. That would be Hankinson opposite who's already been fired. Will Police You. Know the idea that he was the most reckless of the three because he was shooting inside the apartment really without seeing what he was she at If you look at some of the you investigation materials that have at least made public. Some of the interviews. Ali Sergeant Mattingly says in the interview with with internal affairs investigator saint how officer Hankinson was sort of charged up that he sort of you know maybe a little too aunt before they burst through the doors. Of. But there is speculation at least hope on the part of Brown Taylor's family attorneys off three will be charged that you have to charge all three as a group. There's also this question though about the other officers who were there right who may have been wearing body cameras or not were those body cameras on what does that information one of those videos show Up, and there still is this persistent effort by police and by those who support police in little. To point out information about Brianna Taylor and her involvement with suspected drug dealer demarcus. Glover more information is beginning to be leaked out probably by police department, informants, or sources to the Courier Journal my outfit, a about Taylor's involvement her relationship to glover who was seen entering and exiting her her home or apartment. On the I think there are new jail recordings had been made a at least released or found out by the courier glover is mentioning Brianna Taylor and her name. and this comes down I think to the issue and the debate. Over how police in African American communities and how it police general who is seen as someone who is worthy of having their day in court? Who Seen someone who was an immediate threat we needs to be put down because they're not obeying or listening to officers or if they are in the confusion, a these tints situations will tweet african-americans, patrol officers, and this is what I think the fund the police movement is really trying to get to more than just shifting resources away from police. Departments into more social programs, mental health, etc. But how police responded how they behave with certain people versus others we've certainly seen videos of body cam footage of officers shooting african-american suspects saying they felt endanger from life of supporters of police say look these people were cooperating..

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