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Ex-cops Kueng, Thao sentenced for violating Floyd’s rights

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-cops Kueng, Thao sentenced for violating Floyd’s rights

"Two more former Minneapolis police officers have been sentenced in the George Floyd federal trial I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A federal judge has sentenced two former Minneapolis police officers who were convicted of violating George Floyd's civil rights to lighter terms than recommended in sentencing guidelines calling one truly a rookie officer and describing the other as a good police officer father and husband J Alexander Kang was sentenced to three years and two tau received a three and a half year sentence They were convicted in February of two counts of violating George Floyd's civil rights the jury found they deprived the 46 year old man of medical care and failed to stop officer Derek Chauvin as he knelt on Floyd's neck for 9 and a half minutes Chauvin and another former officer Thomas lane had already been sentenced on federal charges I'm Lisa dwyer

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Ex-cop Lane gets 2 1/2 years on Floyd killing federal charge

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-cop Lane gets 2 1/2 years on Floyd killing federal charge

"One of the officers involved in the George Floyd killing has been sentenced Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas lane has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison on a federal civil rights charge for his role in the killing of George Floyd Lane was convicted earlier this year of depriving Floyd of medical care as he lay dying under officer Derek Chauvin's knee Federal prosecutors had asked for a sentence of up to 6 and a half years lane's attorney asked for a little over two years He argued that lane was the least culpable of the officers in part because he had asked his colleagues twice whether Floyd should be turned on his side The two other officers involved will be sentenced at a later time I'm Shelley Adler

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Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Gets More Prison Time in Killing of George Floyd

The Officer Tatum Show

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Gets More Prison Time in Killing of George Floyd

"Breaking news breaking news breaking news to some this may not be breaking news to many, this could be breaking news. Derek Chauvin was sentenced today to 21 years in prison based on a federal prison based on his actions against the crackhead George Floyd. So I want you guys to listen to the clip of what the judge presented, his reasoning why Chauvin got 21 years. If you ask me, I think it was justified. And we'll talk about it after the clip wrote a clip. But my comments are actually going to be very brief. Because most of it's going to be in writing. I have a 22 page memorandum that is going to be attached to the sentencing order. And why am I doing it in writing? To emphasize the fact that determining the appropriate sentence in any case, and in this case, is illegal analysis. It's applying the rule of law to the facts of an individual and specific case. What the cases are what the sentence is not based on. Is the emotion? Or sympathy? But at the same time, I want to acknowledge the deep and tremendous pain. That all the families are feeling, especially the Floyd family. You have our sympathies. And I acknowledge and hear the pain that you're feeling. And the sentence for count one, the court commits you to the custody of the commissioner of corrections. For a period of 270 months, that's two 7 zero. That is a ten year addition to the presumptive sentence of a 150 months.

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on WTOP

"Going down to the mid 60s to low 70s tonight. It's 9 40, a former police officer who is already serving a long sentence on state charges for the 2020 death of George Floyd has now been sentenced on federal charges. Former Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, has been sentenced to 245 months, a little more than 20 years in a federal prison for violating George Floyd's civil rights. The sentence is part of a plea deal. In entering the plea, it was the first time Chauvin admitted he used excessive force when he knelt on Floyd's neck. During Thursday's hearing, Chauvin did not offer the Floyd family an apology. Instead, he said he wishes all the best for Floyd's children. That's reporter Jennifer mayor Lee. Today we're seeing video of what happened when a man was shot and killed by harford county sheriff's deputies in April, police body worn camera and dash cam footage of the shooting was released today by the independent investigations division of the Maryland attorney general's office. On April 23rd, Hartford county sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a suicidal person with access to firearms, deputies found that man and ordered him out of his truck after a while the man pulled something out of his truck and pointed it toward the deputies who opened fire 53 year old John Faber of edgewood Maryland was shot and killed a cane was found in the area afterward, attorney general Brian frosh went to court to get access to the evidence related to the shooting death after he says the harford county sheriff refused to allow his office, his office access to it. In June, the state's attorney for Hartford county called the death suicide by law enforcement and announced that no charges would be filed against responding deputies, but the state investigation is still ongoing. The union representing U.S. park police says it does not have enough staff for the department to do its job. And it is not getting

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Chauvin gets 21 years for violating Floyd’s civil rights

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Chauvin gets 21 years for violating Floyd’s civil rights

"The Minnesota police officer convicted of killing George Floyd in 2020 has been sentenced for violating Floyd's civil rights AP correspondent Norman hall reports Federal judge Paul Magnussen Senate Derek Chauvin to 21 years in prison for violating George Floyd's civil rights Magnuson told the former officer that what he did was simply wrong and offensive Chauvin penned a Floyd to the payment outside of Minneapolis corner store for more than 9 minutes as he lay dying Magnussen who presided over the federal trial and convictions of three other officers at the scene blamed Chauvin alone for what happened Chauvin was by far the senior officer on the scene He will serve the federal Senate at the same time he serves as 22 and one half year Senate on state charges of murder and manslaughter I Norman hall

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Ex-cop Chauvin to get federal sentence for Floyd's killing

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-cop Chauvin to get federal sentence for Floyd's killing

"The former police officer who killed George Floyd will learn today what his federal sentence will be for violating Floyd's civil rights When Derek Chauvin pleaded guilty to a federal charge in December he agreed to a sentence of 20 to 25 years prosecutors want the full 25 saying the former Minneapolis police officer's actions were cold blooded and needless Chauvin's defense argues that Chauvin accepts responsibility for what he did and should get 20 years U.S. district judge Paul Magnussen will make the final decision Chauvin already was given a 22 and a half year prison sentence from a state court for murdering Floyd I'm Donna warder

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Vigil, rally planned for 2nd anniversary of Floyd killing

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Vigil, rally planned for 2nd anniversary of Floyd killing

"A candlelight vigil where George Floyd died is among the remembrances that will take place today on the second anniversary of the black man's killing at the hands of Minneapolis police officers Floyd's death ignited protests around the world as bystander video quickly spread the city plans to unveil a street sign officially dubbing the corner George Perry Floyd square activists also plan to hold a rally at the governor's residence in St. Paul and President Biden will sign an executive order establishing a national registry for police officers fired due to misconduct Floyd was killed when former officer Derek Chauvin who is white pinned his knee on Floyd's neck for more than 9 minutes He is serving prison time I'm Julie

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Why George Floy'ds Murder Wasn't Racialy Motivated

The Larry Elder Show

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Why George Floy'ds Murder Wasn't Racialy Motivated

"Glenn, the death of George Floyd at the hands of Derek Chauvin. I have said, and I saw in your article you made the same point that there's no evidence that what Derek Chauvin did was motivated by race. Very important point. I mean, show me this white Floyd is black and something happened. Maybe Chauvin, no, not maybe. Curious have decided with a bad cop and he handled it poorly criminally badly. I didn't stand in for white people when he did that. No more than a black criminal who violated carjacking or breaking into their home or beating them up or whatever is standing in for black people. So to make a racial incident out of that required that we put something onto it that we impute racial motives to the actors in that situation. And that was really a political move. It was not in my view required by the facts.

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Man Gets 10 Years for Fatal Pawn Shop Fire During Minneapolis Riots

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 8 months ago

Man Gets 10 Years for Fatal Pawn Shop Fire During Minneapolis Riots

"Knows all about social justice rioting and destruction. A man listen to this, a man who set a deadly fire in a Minneapolis pawn shop during the George Floyd riots was sentenced to just ten years after a federal after federal prosecutors invoked Martin Luther King Jr. and asked the judge to show leniency montez Terrell Lee 26 years old, pleaded guilty to a single count of arson, he admitted he burned down the max it pawn shop, the May 28th, 2020, the same night rioters shut the Minneapolis third precinct building on fire following Floyd's death at the hands of shins convicted police officer, Derek Chauvin. There was a guy was killed. In the pawn shop, two months after the fire, the charred remains of 30 year old Oscar Lee Stewart were found in the rubble.

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Trial to begin for cops accused of violating Floyd's rights

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Trial to begin for cops accused of violating Floyd's rights

"The the the the federal federal federal federal trial trial trial trial opens opens opens opens today today today today for for for for three three three three former former former former Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis police police police police officers officers officers officers charged charged charged charged with with with with violating violating violating violating George George George George Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd civil civil civil civil rights rights rights rights the the the the newly newly newly newly seated seated seated seated jury jury jury jury will will will will hear hear hear hear opening opening opening opening arguments arguments arguments arguments in in in in a a a a trial trial trial trial expected expected expected expected to to to to last last last last about about about about a a a a month month month month former former former former officers officers officers officers Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas lane lane lane lane J. J. J. J. king king king king and and and and told told told told town town town town are are are are charged charged charged charged with with with with depriving depriving depriving depriving George George George George Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd of of of of his his his his civil civil civil civil rights rights rights rights while while while while another another another another officer officer officer officer pinned pinned pinned pinned him him him him down down down down by by by by the the the the neck neck neck neck of of of of the the the the Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis St St St St in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty leading leading leading leading to to to to Floyd's Floyd's Floyd's Floyd's death death death death all all all all three three three three are are are are also also also also charged charged charged charged with with with with failing failing failing failing to to to to provide provide provide provide Floyd Floyd Floyd Floyd with with with with medical medical medical medical care care care care tau tau tau tau and and and and king king king king face face face face an an an an additional additional additional additional count count count count failing failing failing failing to to to to stop stop stop stop officer officer officer officer Derek Derek Derek Derek Chauvin Chauvin Chauvin Chauvin who who who who was was was was convicted convicted convicted convicted of of of of murder murder murder murder legal legal legal legal experts experts experts experts say say say say prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors face face face face a a a a heavy heavy heavy heavy burden burden burden burden of of of of proving proving proving proving that that that that the the the the officers officers officers officers knew knew knew knew what what what what they they they they were were were were doing doing doing doing was was was was wrong wrong wrong wrong but but but but did did did did it it it it anyway anyway anyway anyway it's it's it's it's expected expected expected expected the the the the defense defense defense defense will will will will lay lay lay lay the the the the blame blame blame blame solely solely solely solely on on on on show show show show open open open open the the the the final final final final jurors jurors jurors jurors were were were were selected selected selected selected Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday a a a a panel panel panel panel of of of of twelve twelve twelve twelve with with with with six six six six alternates alternates alternates alternates hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Kim Potter Found Guilty in Daunte Wright Shooting

The Larry Elder Show

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Kim Potter Found Guilty in Daunte Wright Shooting

"Let me just spend a moment and talk about the conviction of the former police officer in Minnesota named Kim Potter. I didn't pay a whole lot of attention to the trial. This is the trial of the officer who mistook her. Taser for a gun or took a mistook her gun for a taser. And shot and killed a man named Dante where I tell you why I didn't follow it very much. Because I knew that the only reason the media gave a damn about this is because the suspect is black, and the cop is white. Had this been a white suspect? Who resisted arrest? And got in a car and drove away. And one of the witnesses at the scene, the officer supervising officer said that this suspect could have driven him away in the car, and that she, the cop on trial, would have been justified in using deadly force, let alone a taser. Obviously, the state had an expert witness. By the way, the same expert witnesses testified in the Derek Chauvin trial, who said that she was not justified in using the taser, let alone deadly force. And again, you changed the race of this and nobody gives a damn. It's supposed to have been a black cop. Who mistook his gun for a taser. And shot a white suspect, would CNN give a rip with MSNBC or give a rip?

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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

Court Junkie

02:13 min | 9 months ago

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused

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Chauvin pleads guilty to federal charge in Floyd’s death

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Chauvin pleads guilty to federal charge in Floyd’s death

"A a former former Minneapolis Minneapolis police police officer officer pleaded pleaded guilty guilty to to federal federal charges charges in in the the death death of of George George Floyd Floyd Derek Derek Chauvin Chauvin averted averted a a trial trial by by pleading pleading guilty guilty to to charges charges he he violated violated Floyd Floyd civil civil rights rights he's he's already already been been convicted convicted on on state state murder murder and and manslaughter manslaughter charges charges for for penning penning his his needed needed George George Floyd's Floyd's neck neck last last year year Rodney Rodney Floyd Floyd is is Floyd Floyd brother brother I'm I'm still still feeling feeling the the same same pain pain anger anger are are built built in in the the beginning beginning because because if if you you did did this this last last year year the the guilty guilty plea plea likely likely extends extends showbiz showbiz time time served served in in prison prison we we came came here here just just like like we we did did before before we we just just want want accountability accountability because because we we can can never never have have justice justice because because we we can can never never get get George George back back three three other other former former officers officers were were indicted indicted on on federal federal charges charges along along side side show show open open the the trial trial is is expected expected early early next next year year I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Chauvin pleads guilty to federal charges in Floyd’s death

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Chauvin pleads guilty to federal charges in Floyd’s death

"Former former Minneapolis Minneapolis police police officer officer Derek Derek Chauvin Chauvin has has pleaded pleaded guilty guilty to to federal federal charges charges of of violating violating George George Floyd Floyd civil civil rights rights I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest show show opens opens guilty guilty plea plea means means he he will will not not face face a a federal federal trial trial in in January January but but it it could could end end up up spending spending more more years years behind behind bars bars Chauvin Chauvin who who is is white white was was convicted convicted this this spring spring on on state state charges charges of of murder murder and and manslaughter manslaughter and and sentenced sentenced to to twenty twenty two two and and a a half half years years in in prison prison the the federal federal charges charges include include two two counts counts alleging alleging Chauvin Chauvin deprived deprived Floyd Floyd of of his his rights rights by by kneeling kneeling on on his his neck neck has has the the black black man man was was handcuffed handcuffed and and not not resisting resisting and and then then failing failing to to provide provide medical medical care care federal federal prosecutors prosecutors recommended recommended up up to to twenty twenty five five years years in in prison prison he'll he'll be be sentenced sentenced at at a a later later date date three three other other former former officers officers were were indicted indicted on on federal federal charges charges along along side side show show when when they're they're still still on on course course for for trial trial early early next next year year I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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With jury set, Potter trial turns to opening statements

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 10 months ago

With jury set, Potter trial turns to opening statements

"Opening opening arguments arguments begin begin today today in in the the trial trial for for the the former former Minnesota Minnesota police police officer officer who who fatally fatally shot shot black black motorist motorist Dante Dante right right but but says says she she was was trying trying to to use use a a taser taser not not her her gun gun prosecutors prosecutors will will tell tell jurors jurors that that former former Brooklyn Brooklyn center center police police officer officer Kim Kim potter potter had had been been well well trained trained on on the the use use of of a a taser taser several several times times in in her her twenty twenty six six year year career career and and that that she she should should be be convicted convicted of of manslaughter manslaughter because because she she consciously consciously chose chose to to use use force force on on Dante Dante right right drawing drawing pointing pointing in in manipulating manipulating a a weapon weapon during during an an April April eleventh eleventh traffic traffic stop stop captured captured on on her her body body cam cam video video the the defense's defense's potter potter made made an an innocent innocent mistake mistake pulling pulling her her hand hand gun gun instead instead of of her her taser taser as as the the twenty twenty year year old old right right tried tried to to drive drive away away while while officers officers were were trying trying to to arrest arrest him him the the mostly mostly white white jury jury will will hear hear the the case case in in the the same same courtroom courtroom used used for for the the trial trial of of former former Minneapolis Minneapolis police police officer officer Derek Derek Chauvin Chauvin who who was was found found guilty guilty of of killing killing George George Floyd Floyd in in twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Ex-Cops Accused of Violating Floyd's Rights Plead Not Guilty

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Cops Accused of Violating Floyd's Rights Plead Not Guilty

"Ex police officers who have been accused of violating George Floyd civil rights plead not guilty four former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd civil rights have pleaded not guilty in a federal hearing that included arguments on several pre trial motions one of those was a request to hold separate trials among the four indicted by the federal grand jury Derek Chauvin who is serving a twenty two and a half year sentence for murder in Floyd's death all four appeared in court remotely via video conference the hearing also addressed roughly forty pre trial motions so many were similar most of the motions were routine such as a green when names of witnesses would be disclosed actually after

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Ex-Cops Accused of Violating Floyd's Rights to Be Arraigned

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Cops Accused of Violating Floyd's Rights to Be Arraigned

"Former cops accused of violating George place rights are to be arraigned today for former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Boyd to civil rights are scheduled for an arraignment in federal court in Minneapolis a federal grand jury indicted Derek Chauvin Thomas lane and fellow officers in may for allegedly depriving Floyd of his rights while acting under government authority all four of the defendants are charged for failure to provide medical care for Floyd when he died in their custody on may twenty fifth twenty twenty Chauvin was sentenced to twenty two and a half years in prison after being found guilty of murder in Floyd's death the other three officers face charges from the state of aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter today's hearing will be held remotely via video conference and could address several pre trial motions including a request from three of the officers to stand trial separate from Chauvin I'm Jennifer king

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Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years in Prison for George Floyd Murder

AP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 Years in Prison for George Floyd Murder

"With an A P news minute fired. Minneapolis police Softer Derek Chauvin gets 22 And a half years in prison for the murder of George Floyd Judge Peter Cahill. The court commits you to the custody. The commissioner of Corrections. For a period of 270 months. That's 270. That is a 10 year addition to the presumptive sentence of 150 months. Floyd's brother Rodney, telling reporters this 22 year sentence they gave this man Slap on the wrist. We serving a life sentence is not having them in our life, and that hurts me to death with good behavior. The 45 year old showman could be paroled after serving two thirds of his sentence. That's about 15 years. Three other officers involved in Floyd's arrest are scheduled for trial next March on state charges. They will also stand trial was Shoven on the federal charges. No date has been set for that trial

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

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 1 year ago

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

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

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Derek chauvin sentenced to twenty two and a half years for murder of george floyd biden releases federal funds after twelve story miami building collapse and e you green. Light's major funding plan for refugees in turkey. It's saturday june twenty six. I'm anthony davis former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin was sentenced to twenty two and a half years in prison for the murder of george. Floyd who's dying gospels. Under show wtn's knee led to the biggest outcry against racial injustice in the us in generations the punishment which fell short of the thirty years prosecutors had requested came off to chauvin broke his more than year. Long silencing court to offer condolences to the floyd family. He also said more information will be coming out and he hopes the family will eventually have some peace of mind with good behavior. Forty-five-year-old chauvin could get out on parole after serving two thirds of his sentence or about fifteen years outside the courthouse. A crowd of about fifty people clasped hands or place them on each other's shoulders. The reaction was subdued as people debated whether the sentence was long enough. Some cursed in disgust in imposing the punishment judge. Pdk hill when beyond the twelve and a half year sentence prescribed under state guidelines citing your abuse of a position of trust and authority and also the particular cruelty shown to floyd. Floyd family attorney. Ben crump said the family had got some measure of accountability but is hoping chauvin gets the maximum at his upcoming federal civil rights. Trial crump said. This was the longest sentence a police officer had ever received in minnesota. Real justice would simply be that. George floyd would be here with his family. Crump said we have to remember. Real justice in america will be black men and black women and people of color who will not have to fear being killed by the police just because the color of their skin with nearly one hundred and sixty people unaccounted for and at least four dead after a seaside condominium tower collapsed into a smoldering heap of twisted metal and concrete. Rescuers used both heavy equipment and their own hands to comb through the wreckage on friday in an increasingly desperate search for survivors. A scores of firefighters in surf side just north of miami toils to locate and reach. Anyone still alive in the remains of the twelve story champlin towers south hopes rested on. How quickly crews using dogs and microphones could complete their grim yet. Delicate task charles. Burkett said crews doing everything possible to save as many people as they could. We do not have a resource problem. We have a luck problem. He said the white house said president. Joe biden who spoke with florida governor on santa's after the collapse was receiving updates from homeland. Security officials said they still don't know exactly how many residents or visitors were in the building when it fell but they were trying to locate one hundred and fifty nine people who were considered unaccounted for and may or may not have been there flowers left in tribute decorated defense near the tower and people awaiting news about the search watched from a distance hands clasped and hugging three. More bodies were removed overnight and miami-dade police director freddie ramirez sit with authorities were working with the medical examiner's office to identify the victims. Eleven injuries were reported with four people treated at hospitals man. Danielle levin carver said rescuers extreme risk. Going through the rubble. European union leaders greenlighted plans on friday to give turkey another three billion euros over the next few years to provide fresh assistance to syrian refugees. On its territory and to help the country boost border controls. Turkey reacted coolly to the plan. Saying it's a way for europeans to ensure the us own peace and security. Well over one million migrants entered the eu in two thousand fifteen many of them fleeing conflict in syria and iraq. The arrivals through turkey overwhelmed facilities in the greek islands and sparked one of the e us biggest ever political crises to persuade turkey to stop people. Leaving its territory. The twenty-seven nation block off the country six billion euros for syrian refugees and the prospect of fostering. A membership talks visa-free travel in europe for its citizens arrival as quickly dropped to a relative trickle and the e u is keen to update the arrangement membership talks are at a standstill and turkey has still not fulfilled several criteria to secure visa-free travel but the european commission has handed over most of the funds. And we'll pay the rest. as contracts. completed separately is providing a further half a billion euros for refugees there this year turkey is estimated to now host around three point seven million refugees from the conflict in syria lebanon and jordan are also sheltering hundreds of thousands. Each it's the first time. Such e you funding has been earmarked for migration management and border controls. The elliott funds were spent directly on shelter and education projects for syrian refugees in turkey. None of that money went directly to the.

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Automated voter implemented automatic voter registration so they have more days for absentee voting but only just implemented automatic voter registration for anyone who received the driver's license with georgia's at for a decade or more and yet the spin here from politico is decidedly for the democrats it is as if the republicans have no early voting no automatic voter. Id no automatic driver's license registration. No drop boxes. No apps saudi nothing and yet. The republican states are far beyond where the democrats are. This should be good for the republican peace of mind to know you've already got more expensive voting rules and you're still winning in these states that we're going to make it easier for democrats to win at our state now by doing all this stuff. These states did but not nearly go as far as they did. And somehow the media. This is granted glories. This is the greatest thing. Ever look at what they're doing. The conservative states are rolling stuff back without even pay attention to the states like georgia. That have already had this stuff for more the decade and haven't changed by the way they haven't rolled back. This by the way is why win. Elections roll around and republicans outperformed bullied. The democrats are always shocked. Must've been stolen us voter suppression no you. You have no idea anything about what conservative station. Doing what red state. What republican states are doing. You are in your bubble. You have believed your spin. Your reporters regurgitate your spin. And you never see coming it. Honest to goodness is one of the great advantages. Republicans have in this country the media the democrats can never see him coming because the media and the democrats are so committed to the fact that republicans are suppressing votes and the like and and not allowing people to participate. And you get a state like georgia that has a massive wave of voter registration and republicans. Still win like in two thousand eighteen. My goodness which reminds me stacey. Abrams back in the news in congress listener. She still doubling down on the election being stolen here. She is with ted cruz ms abrams. It's been over two years. And you still refuse to concede that you lost the race for governor in georgia in two thousand eighteen. You have said that quote. You do not concede that the process was proper and that quote. They stole it from the voters of georgia. Yes or no today. Do you still maintain that the twentieth eighteen. George election was stolen.

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Aware of hispanic voters actually being down with open borders and lacks illegal immigration. I actually i think. The data suggests the voting data from twenty twenty actually suggests that a lot of hispanic voters actually don't like open borders and lax immigration security to actually like a strong line at the border. They actually like a tight. Border actually like a closed border because their families busted their butts to get here illegally. They sure as heck don't like people jumping the line. The media doesn't get the media's the media's in the democratic bubble at the democratic border bubble over borders lax security at the border are good things in the democratic bubble more refugees good thing in the democratic bubble more illegal aliens in this country hit. The bad thing will solve the world's problems by and i don't think voters are really down with that. I really really don't think voters are down with that. And i really think that the media is actually hurting. Joe biden in ways to be helping joe biden in ways that will be good for republicans by highlighting the story another way. The democrats are thinking. They're helping democrats but they're actually opened. Republicans is this bizarre story in politico inside the democratic strategy to expand voting rights state-by-state. Politico is running a story about how democratic states. Well let me just read you. The opening here who can vote in the next election and how easily will depend on where. Americans live more than at any point in recent decades. Red and blue states are on opposite tracks and shaping the electoral process as republicans. Pass them the most restrictive voting laws in modern times. Democrats are ramping up. A strategy to expand voting rights bypassing bill after bill to make it easier for more americans to access the ballot box democrat-led states like new york. New jersey. virginia had been busy. Chipping away at electoral guardrails approving automatic voter registration and other measures designed to increase her. Gop help georgia florida. Texas are trying to make voting harder under the guise of voter degradate notice. This reporter is bracing. The democratic framing the democratic spin. That what they're doing is is to make it more difficult for democrats to vote by claiming voter equity. New york has had one of the worst participation rates in the country. We need to remedy that. Said new york senate. Deputy majority leader michael Gutierrez a democrat who's automatic registration. Bill was signed into law december. There's a broader principle at stake when so many states are moving in the opposite direction. Making it more difficult to vote for blatantly political reasons. He said the fracture between red states limited voted access and blue states expanded may deepen the partisan divide in already divided nation. The actions are also likely to end up in the courts leading to potential years debate over what is and what is not constitutional. They wonder the punchline.

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Life streams up here. I have my broadcast that up here Eds my office for work. And i could technically deduct that but My account it assures me that it's just going to be an audit flag. And why go through the hassle. If i ever got audited. I would be sure as heck to raise the issue in deducted ceo will. I didn't have this. Deduction go back at amend and do it But i don't have a problem with underfunding the irs. I think there are blue organization. I realized we have to pay taxes to keep the government going but the idea that there a a trillion dollars in unpaid taxes because people are getting creative with their taxes. You know what you want to stop it. Make the tax code. Simple make it so an ordinary americans can figure out how to do it without having to go to. Hr blocker or account it. Yeah i do not have sympathy for the american government on its ability to collect tax revenue with the american government goes out of its way to make it as complicated as possible for you to figure out how much you owe to the federal government. That's not a citizen problem. It's not a tax payer problem. It's a federal government problem. And i think it's absolutely ridiculous to give them more people to go out and bully more americans when they've complicated everything. Hello there it. Is eric erickson here. The full number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five well. The biden border plan. It's come off the wheels. This is an actual headline in the washington. Post the wheels fell off. Hell biden's misgivings on border. Surge up ended plan on refugees. Three reporters collaborated in writing. This president biden overruled his top foreign policy and national security aides including secretaries eighty that he built blinken when he kept and place. The trump administration's record low cap on the number of refugees admitted to the united states. According to three people familiar with the matter a decision that was reversed after public outcry biden harbored concerns about what the sharp increase in migrants at the southern border. Meant for the government's capacity to handle an influx of refugees from elsewhere. According to the people who spoke on the condition of anonymity to share private deliberations in the end the president's misgivings fueled the decision more than anything else. The people said the president was particularly frustrated by the government struggled to deal with unaccompanied minors of the border and became increasingly concerned about the office of re refugee resettlements response to the crisis the unit house the department of health and human services has responsibility for both unaccompanied minors at the border and the separate group afford seeking refugee status due to persecution or oppression at home blinken who has spoken off of his own family's histories refugees appealed personally biden early march after his department had submitted its declaration and support dramatically raising the refugee cap from the historically low level set by president trump but biden wavered for two months on what to do before unilaterally rebuffing blink and other top national security officials biden's concerns help explain last week's mess. The white house announced it was maintaining trump's cap that abruptly reversed itself. Insisted it had been misunderstood. Those concerns are also likely to inform where the president lands with a revised figure for refugee admissions the botched policy rollout which drew fierce complaints from congressional democrats and refugee advocacy. Organizations was unusual for a white house that prides itself on disciplined little drama. Now of course they're throwing biden under..

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Controversial at this point to wear a mask outside. it's not you don't have to in fact if you've been vaccinated in arguably at this point you can go to a restaurant and beata crowd you can hug someone you can shake their hand and you'll be fine but the government is adulterous that is it With the government is hesitant the government. I'm just not sure is in the best position at this moment to really tell us what to do they. They've become lost in the messaging and the government itself has screwed things up. The government itself has worked very very hard and made it very very difficult for people to really understand what's going on the real world the lab in the real world or not the same thing. The lab in the real world do not always translate and we're so focused in the government of the lab. Remember the lab The big thing was Getting the virus off of surfaces and it turns out if you actually read the studies that they were putting highly concentrated amounts of covid on surfaces. And if you read the results if you if you read y you also find that in a lot of these situations what they're doing is they are using concentrated forbes. The virus that don't occur in normal settings said oh well the person got infected by the super-concentration of covid. they're not using real world scenarios. If you've listened to be. I been doing this particular program since august of what twenty nineteen now in january with the virus reared its head and china. I was telling you pay attention to it. And i do think i was probably the only conservative voice on radio. Say in pay attention to it. And i don't mean that to pat myself on the back they just. The guy was the only one doing it. Maybe there were others. Most of the ones i know of were somewhat of it. The government was dismissive of the trump administration. Was dr fauci. Was why not be dismissive of it. I'm like hey. This is happening in china the most populous country on the planet. It's gonna spread there there. They pretend to be a first world country. They're not it's gonna spread then sure enough it comes into this country and it starts spreading and we probably actually here before any of know. It was kind of obvious that there was gonna be a problem and the government messages in the beginning. Were somewhat dishonest..

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Listen to you anymore. We're going to tune you out or hey this company wants to get rid of. You will follow you wherever you go. You got a radio show. They went to boot you off. Well we will follow you on line two. You're streaming service. We will follow your podcasts. We'll follow your subject page. We're invested in you. Not the company the great mighty fortune five hundred.

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"But if the police approach you and they tell you to stop stop if the police approach you and you have a fake gut in your hand. Drop it if the police approach you and you have a knife in your hand. Drop it if the police approach you and ask you to get out of your car. Get out of your car. If the police approach you pull you over at night. Turn on the light of the inside. Put your hands on the steering wheel where they can see you. Treat the police with respect. They have a high stress job there under fire literally and metaphorically by people bad guys politicians. They're being vilified. They're stressed out with the police. Approach you more than likely you're gonna come out of it alive and you increase the odds of not be harmed in some way by actually just listening to what the police ask you to do. The vilification by the police by the left in this country. their overplayed it. But you know what there's a reason americans tend to side with police because the police tend to be right. The reason people reacting to some degree with celebration and surprise with george floyd verdict is. Because it's rare for a jury to send a police officer off to jail for doing his freaking job because in split-second decisions which this was not it was eight minutes fifty seconds or whatever a split-second decisions you give the police the benefit of the doubt. You don't get the bad guy. The benefit of the doubt. The amount of lies that have been perpetuated against the police about racial profiling. Desperate impact of the like It is all organized sustained by group of people who would like to disrupt and fundamentally undermine the stability of this country so they can begin again. A new in some version and athlete to our founders. Because they have decided that this whole country's racist and systematically racist and the police of the forefront of of instilling imposing that racism on all of us and the whole narrative is crap. It is a narrative it's not fact based storytelling by the left because they do not like the country the reason they do not like the country is because there are impediments to them being able to impose their will on others through a system of checks and balances and federalism judges and law enforcement of the like and they don't like it so they have to undermine every bit of this country stability every bit of this country's organization and every bit of this country's government in order to hopefully bring about some fundamental change because the communist revolution. They hope for the eighties. Never came another agitating again moving forward but the bottom line is the police. Here are not the bad guys. Are there individual. Police officers were bad. Yes are the police bed. No are the police racist. No are they up systemic racism. No if you're encounter with the police what should you do. Do with the police officer tells you to do. It's not rocket science.

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"How many the arbor situation would not have come to light except for youtube video. That showed it being gunned down in brunswick georgia. The george. Floyd situation was the same. I noticed there's a tendency now among some people in the right to immediately rush in defend any person who guns down somewhat who may have a problem history. I don't think we should judge the actions of some based on the past behavior of others but on the what happens didn't there i think there's legitimacy to the people who say Maybe chauvin should be off the forest but not in jail. i think there's some legitimacy there. I do think at the the here and now so to speak that in there with george floyd there were complicating factors including the drugs. He was on what he was doing and how he behaved. But i'm not going to question the jury there with a knee on his neck for over eight minutes that he dies when people were asking the officer to let them examine george floyd who clearly grown unresponsive. But i don't think tribalism is necessary. I don't think we should look at the arbor situations l. Well the gossipy as he used to do this stuff that he was a criminal. So yeah i think we need to defend the guy's killing no. Vigilante justice has no place in this country. How many people have died unseen unrecorded out of sight unjustly. I sure bet. It's it's many but you know concurrent. How many have died out of sight gundel in places like chicago through gun violence that the media doesn't want to look at in the collapse of left wing hell holes in this country. The media doesn't wanna look at that violence. It doesn't want to talk about the kids getting gunned down. It does order to talk about the the boys killing each other. It doesn't wanna talk about the gang violence and why it's happening to the collapse of the two parent. Heterosexual nuclear household doesn't want to talk about any of that. We're not allowed to talk about that. That's a problem. The black communities gotta talk about apparently and that's just the way for everybody say well. We're not really gonna talk about those deaths. We're going to talk about the ones that the hands of police that we can videotape to the week. It'd be outraged about them or take them out of context like the rashard brooke situation in atlanta. In that situation he was passed out in.

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"We expect the prosecution to rest at some point next week and it will be the turn of the defense and the defense is looking john for one juror. It's all they want is one juror To have a hung jury in which case they could force a plea bargain rather than the second trial And the prosecution we all know need twelve jurors to say they have proved their case beyond a reasonable doubt. So next week At this time we may have a different opinion or we may not it will depend on what types of witnesses the expert witnesses that the defense may call but boy. Oh boy it would be hard to be any better than the prosecution's experts who were really phenomenal. I if this is a prosecution very solid case. So i do not envy the defense lawyer eric nelson for his task. Because he's doing his job as he should and we. We have another minute or two like we said. We were both born for benson and i was a bill clinton democrat. I think you were to and and his good friend called clavo went Omni air yesterday and said that he felt that. The democrats are overdoing this This police situation where we're handcuffing. Police how do you. How do you feel well as you know. I have rather front row seat to this discussion Because i think that most of your listeners do know that my husband is bill..

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I you know just just was not able to respond. They were not able to get any substantial electric electrical activity around his heart Anything would sustain life or beating that would sustain life. And certainly as you're saying chris Certainly after three to six minutes the brain starts to die and You know some irreversible damage really starts to kurt to occurred to To begin what's up my good friend. eric Yeah so pinch. I'm sure that you Oh take an inter- Interfering pinch interpreting arrests you know. I think i think that's I think that's a valid point. I think that's a really really bad point. Is that Certainly some people are going to consider taking that arrests going forward Certainly some people are going to tackle police officers. This is something that we really have to have to really kind of kind of get into now. Of course. I want a like everyone else wants wants. You know officers to do right at the right time and be in do what they're trained to do. And that is to serve protect the life and everything like that but if an officer or or someone is not doing that we want some type of interference In i certainly hope it's not coming tonight. I'm not saying that people ought to just go around following police harassing police In looking for them to be doing something wrong. But we've got to be able to to have a a a well trained force Who was who are standing up for the principles of morals in That that the society expects of them it's society expected them So yeah so. I think that going forward many people will be taking a pension and arrest for these types of things because we can't allow this type of thing to happen again So we had firefighters. Emt's testifying in. There seems to be an correct me. If i'm wrong but i'm not seeing any love lost for this guy. Derek chauvin I'm not seeing anyone so far. I mean these are the obviously been Prosecution witnesses of course. They've been cross examined by the defense. But i'm not seeing anyone who's saying that they have or displaying that they have any type of love lost. I mean these. Emt's and firefighters are saying. Yeah this is what they should have done. should have stepped in. I didn't see any attempts to take a pulse to resuscitate to do anything that would help this. Man a tournament aside to get him out of the recovery position To get him out of this excited the possibility of excited delirium position. We're not seeing any of that from the firefighters who testify from the captain from the off. Duty firefighter Who was there To any bystanders to the person who's who understands source certain level you know physical force. You may not be trained as well as far as police tactics But he understands taking a punch understands restraint. You understand probably more than like chokeholds or he understood. Those things in so to see what's going on here is certainly had to be a very very trump traumatic to him. I personally been witnessed officers of policing themselves as well they should I think i think there's a consensus going around christmas anus That that many times that the vast majority of time to police officers are are are are..

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Talking about the aftermath of george floyd murder in minneapolis. Lloyd's death didn't just spur calls for police reform there but in cities and states across the us. So where do things stand now. Here's just walk through this walk us through the state of police reform the. Us is jemayel's larget staff writer at the marshall project. Jemayel's glad to have you with us. Hey thanks for having me. So i want to start with the latest from congress. Last week the house passed. The george floyd justice in policing act. Is this note worthy in of itself. Even though you know it hasn't passed in the senate yet. What what is the significance of just the vote itself. What does the bill do. Sure i. i think that's a yes. No question right on on one level. It is a pretty dramatic piece of legislation in terms of Addressing policing on the other hand. It was passed last year in the house And wasn't taken up by the senate and it seems fairly unlikely to gain traction in the senate This session. I mean the democrats would need to keep the entire party together on on this question. Which isn't a guarantee and then would need to to get and republicans. Join them in promoting this bill. It seems like The qualified immunity portion of the bill is going to really just make bad impossible. The effort to eliminate qualified immunity or scarlet. Back up in the weeks and months following the killing of george floyd states all over the country rushed to pass their own police reform bills. Do we have a sense of of how many of those actually became law. It's a good question. I would caution against sort of trying to come up with hard numbers because all of these states are starting from different places in terms of. What's the law on the books And then the laws that were proposed and you either passed or failed all had different components to them. Right so it's it's difficult or maybe unwise to group them all together and say you know. These are all the places that that passed bills. It's a colorado probably went the furthest of all the states that did that were able to pass bills Because they did address this question of qualified immunity for listeners who may be unfamiliar with the term That's a legal doctrine that says effectively that government workers can't be held liable for what they do on the job. Except in rare circumstances it said a doctrine that was judicially created in the nineteen sixties and has been slowly of surely expanded by courts in the meanwhile I think another thing that we see in the laws that have passed in the wake of. George floyd i is they. They kind of come out of a few different varieties many states kind of bundled all of these things together But there are laws that are inspired by the death of breonna taylor that address no knock raids. There are laws that were that were inspired by the death. Of george floyd that often touched on banning chokeholds or carotid restraint and more generally Many of these laws have endeavored to address broader systemic policing things like qualified immunity Which which sort of speaks to weather. The the difficulty in holding police officers Accountable and i guess in some respects personally liable for their actions on the and what about defunding. The police says that called translated into policy or budget moves of any significance anywhere around the country. I think probably what's what's more reasonable to say is that the pandemic has had the effect of defunding local government which has included the police right so many municipalities have seen their tax base really wither and crumble In the loss of sales tax and all all different ways that governments themselves So you know to give you an example. I i live in new orleans and here are police. Budget is being cut to the to the point. Where officers are are under. A mandatory. Over a month of furlough. They've gotta take twenty six unpaid days off next year just to try to cover some of the the budget shortfall so We're we're seeing that in cities around the country much more than we're seeing the actual Sort of implementation of de-fund What we certainly are seeing in a lot of places as experimentation pilot programs to Use a term unbundle the police right to to take some of the activities that police currently do or some of the situations that police currently respond to an awful offload those two civilian agencies folks who don't carry guns we have seen a fair degree of that that is not all necessarily tied to changes in funding. Which have to happen as a matter of of legislation and half do sort of go through a process. What are some of the challenges that those who want more radical changes to police departments are facing. I is it police unions. That are the major obstacle police. Unions are certainly an an obstacle or maybe to be more specific police. Union contracts are an obstacle because there's many changes That have been proposed and that quite honestly a lot of police chiefs would be open to But but the union contract which only comes up every so many years prevents those types of Those types of reforms from from being implemented. So that's certainly a large piece. Standing in the way ethic were broadly. What's standing in the way of of reforms or Of reimagining or any whichever term you want us is just the inertia of the system. The system has grown and developed over many many years to be this way. And it's it's very hard to to turn that kind of thing around ju- miles larget is a staff writer at the marshall project. Jemayel's.

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on WTOP

"Officer Derek Chauvin appearing on video sat quietly wearing an orange jumpsuit and a mask as a judge increase the bail to more than a million dollars for the nineteen year police veteran CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter it's nine thirty two more now on the legislation for sweeping law enforcement reform that's been introduced in Congress WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill the killing must stop the carnage must end house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer one of the Democrats who unveiled the legislation including the chair of the congressional black caucus Karen bass a profession where you have the power to kill should be a profession that requires highly trained officers who are accountable to the public the legislation would create a national registry to track abuses by police band police chokehold and step up police training bass as more than two hundred lawmakers in the house and Senate are supporting the legislation it's still unclear whether it will get enough support in the Republican controlled Senate to pass on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news meantime president trump held a round table discussion with state federal and local law enforcement officials today in his first year in office the president urged police to not be too nice with suspects but now he says he's begun a discussion about policing in a more gentle way we're gonna talk about ideas how we can do it better and the president says ninety nine percent of police officers are great people and he flatly rejects reform proposals that include cutting funding for departments or dissolving them you might have some cities you want to try but it's going to be very very sad situation if they did because people are going to be protected Steven Portnoy CBS news the White House president trump accuses Joe bite in of wanting to define the police in a statement however Biden's campaign refutes that accusation and says the former vice president wants to bring transformative change to our criminal justice system to those calling for de funding the police Biden's campaign spokesperson tells CBS news that Biden here's and shares the deep grief and frustration of those calling out for change Biden does support police reform like banning police chokehold and trying to assist apartments and not having to deal with so many types of emergencies so that they can focus solely on policing one of Biden's campaign plans is to make available hundreds of millions of dollars for police departments to implement more community policing which focuses on building community relationships between police and those who they serve that CBS news reporter Bo Erickson DC mayor Bowser has something to say to protesters who want her to shift public safety money to other programs he says she won't do it and she supports the police department's full funding proposal I have my budget that I submitted to the council a few weeks ago in I can tell you that what we have submitted is what we think we need for public safety not a penny more and not a penny less and I mean that on both the enforcement sign up for the Metropolitan Police department and I also know that we have heavily invested in intervention programs opportunity programs as well DC police chief Peter Newsham chimed in saying he believes more fun Elise that funding is how you hire and train better officers it said it's nine thirty six now in Washington North Korea state media says North Korea will cut off all communication hotlines with South Korea apparently they've already cut off some phone lines tonight this is over an ongoing issue where the north is accusing South Korea of letting defectors and send leaflets and other material into North Korea we've seen North Korea gradually escalate over the past several days now with the sister over the supreme leader Kim yo Jong at the helm all this strategy old escalation putting psychological pressure on South Korea sung Yoon Lee is a professor of Korean studies at Tufts University nine thirty six the US economy into recession in February our group of economists says that ended the longest expansion on record unemployment peaked in February and fell shortly sharply afterward make you marking the beginning of the recession it's nine thirty.

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"By as Derek Chauvin dealt on Floyd's neck now being charged with aiding and abetting chauvinist facing a second degree murder charge after already being charged with third degree murder protests continue though around the United States and also in London thousands in London and the protests in Sacramento though become more peaceful and less violent everyday as this a curfew in the city enters its third day KP case body Fernandez reports on the latest protest activity over the weekend in Sacramento the city saw severe looting and vandalism upon local businesses police cruisers were damaged on both nights and officers in the line of duty injured on Saturday and Sunday as well but over the past two days since Monday that's not quite the case yeah I feel like you know from our perspective we've definitely seen as a shift in the way that the protests are being handled and you know at the time we don't have any updated injuries or property damage early to to report so we're grateful and happy for that that's C. H. P. spokesman officer Mike Harris who said he's grateful the protesters haven't shown any unlawful behavior for the most part since Monday as last night border zero arrests for CHP something he hopes to repeat tonight Rudy Fernandez news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. meantime we're just getting this and that the new York times is reporting that George Floyd had the corona virus in early April this is from a full autopsy report from the Hennepin county medical examiner and continue to test positive at the time of his death lawmakers of color in the California legislature speaking out against racial injustice and looking for some support KP case ten lance has more California's legislative black caucus is asking their non black colleagues and their communities for support for legislation that they've introduced this week in response to the current civil unrest among the intentions of their bills are boosting black history education addressing racial inequality and providing even more oversight for law enforcement to implants news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. well as I mentioned the massive protests continue around the country this evening but it looks like the violence has somewhat est all those who are looting though may face some federal charges now reporter de mucho tells us that is according to the U. S. justice department U. S. attorney's office and the FBI are working with local agencies to identify the perpetrators of serious criminal activity so they can be tried in federal court anyone with photos or videos of lootings or violence are asked to submit them to the FBI and the new jail six so for now I K. F. B. K. well looking at some other news this evening new information from the university of Minnesota disproving the use of hydroxy Cllr Quinn as a preventive drug for COPD nineteen KP case Taylor Martin has details of the study a major study conducted at the university of Minnesota is the first to show that hydroxy Cllr Quinn does not prevent covered nineteen president trump announced that he was taking the anti malaria drug last month after learning his White House relay tested positive for coronavirus researchers gave half of their eight hundred person study group hydroxy Cllr Quinn and the other half a placebo and found no difference in preventing covered nineteen the study is published in the New England journal of medicine Taylor Martin news ninety three point one KFBK California is one of twenty states where new coronavirus cases have been spiking over the past five days after yellow county city said they were reluctant to re open the economy due to a lack of local testing KP case John were nice he says the dynamics have now changed last week west Sacramento mayor Christopher called and told KFBK he was worried about re opening too quickly especially since west sac had no testing facilities the prospect of getting all the way to what nine four attached it's just it's not realistic and it's not showing up in the data that very many watch segments are doing so since then testing centers are popping up across the Sacramento area notably west sac now has.

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"derek chauvin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"derek chauvin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Derek Chauvin Ohio governor to wine in a news conference that you heard here live on news radio seven hundred WLW earlier this afternoon also calling for peaceful protests from now on we must not fight violence with more violence and the exercise of our first amendment rights are an important part of our civic life but when protests turned violent lives are put at stake governor DeWine praise police who worked the protests last night in Columbus he's telling every African American that they are valued despite the protests in Columbus Minneapolis Louisville elsewhere the president did not mention the Floyd case this afternoon as he announced he's going to terminate the U. S. relationship with the World Health Organization he's taking the step because he's as China has near control of that organization despite paying very little Democrats in the Ohio house and Senate behind a resolution to designate racism as a public health crisis if it's passed it would be the first of its kind approved at the state level a man charged with killing four people in one day here in Cincinnati is facing the death penalty hello county prosecutor Joe deters announcing the indictment today of Alton miles accused of killing William Baldwin Michael eaves Bridget Carter and Tasha Mason back on April tenth he believes the prosecutor that miles killed all four people within a span of about four hours let's check stocks today at the close the Dow was down eighteen points nasdaq up a hundred and twenty one and the S. and P. five hundred up fifteen points next news six o'clock I'm Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW seven hundred WLW Cincinnati available everywhere with you I heart radio apps one seven hundred WLW and I heart radio station this report is sponsored by the myrtle beach International Airport ready for some fun in the.

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