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"derek show" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:36 min | Last week

"derek show" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Last summer, we had George Floyd, killed by a police officer Derek Show Open. A police officer is now behind bars. Sentenced And that gut Things really going last year protests All of this, um, extreme cancel culture. Black lives matter plastered everywhere on the on the Major League Baseball pitcher's mound. From there to people's lawns to everywhere else. Hasn't been positive. It hasn't been constructive. And of course we had. We have the expansion. The instruction of critical race theory. We've had schools denying that they're teaching critical race theory. Well, they're just not calling it that They are, though. By the way, Westerly and Rhode Island. Um The school committee. Denies a petition to limit teaching of race in the classroom. School committee voted against the petition that would have banned the teaching of critical race theory in the classroom. Why Bob Gerardi. Oh, A local resident brought that Um Forward. Calling a divisive content. Gerard Eo recently filed a public relations request, asking the school department and make available the entire school curriculum. Including textbooks and teaching materials in any correspondence between the superintendent that includes keywords like black lives matter and equity. It's got to stop, folks. It's not history. You want to teach about slavery? You want to teach about civil rights? Great. You want to teach about systemic racism, who said that systemic racism is a fact and exists. That's critical race theory who said white privilege is a fact and exists. It is a theory. It is a political theory. It is a very controversial theory. Frankly, it's junk science created by what trained Marxists. But how did all this begin? I've said to you many times, the the the The the movement to demonize police started. With President Obama. After his friend Henry Louis Gates, mouth off to cops. In Cambridge. And then Obama went up was asked a question about it and said from the podium, the Cambridge police acted stupidly. Instead of leaving it alone. Saying, I don't know anything about it. Let's see what comes of it. No, he decided to wade right into the waters. Of racial divide now. I have said before the greatest failure of the Obama administration. Is not what he did. It's what he failed to do. Barack Obama had the unique position. Never Ever. Available to any other president. To bring together people. And he didn't do it. He chose to divide us. Remember Rush Limbaugh. After Barack Obama was elected people were saying, Well, we've really finally solved the problems of race in this country. There won't be any racial divides. There won't be any racial tension because you know, a black president couldn't get elected without The support of white voters. Black people only make up 15% of the country. Obviously. Significant number of white people voted for a black man for president and Rush. In his wisdom said. Uh, no, that's not going to happen. Things are going to get worse. And he didn't say that things were going to get worse because people were racist, he said. Things are going to get worse. Because of who this man is. Barack Obama remember he was packaged And and put together as a person. He never really was. He was another one who said I'm a uniter, not a divider. I'm my middle of the road. He wasn't He's always been radical. But so let's go now. I told you about the Cambridge Police acted stupidly. But how about dividing us by race in this country Well on this day In 2013. He made a surprise appearance. In the White House briefing room. To say the following. You know, when Trayvon Martin was first shot,.

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'We're Gonna Stay Strong': Floyd Family Reacts to Sentence

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

'We're Gonna Stay Strong': Floyd Family Reacts to Sentence

"Former Minneapolis police officer Derek show been expressed condolences to the family of George Floyd in the minutes before a judge sentence open to more than twenty two years in prison the family of George Floyd was allowed to address the court before sentencing his brother Terrence with a question for the officer who spent nine and a half minutes pinning George Floyd to the ground who's going to be a when you have Ginni over his neck and Floyd seven year old daughter G. ana who says her dad would help or brush your teeth at night and I love the show even turn to relatives in the courtroom and offered condolences saying there was more to be said to them at a later time I hope things will give you some some peace of mind the audio courtesy of court TV show friends mother spoke in his defense but the judge said the twenty two and a half year sentence includes a ten year penalty for abuse of trust and for cruelty shown to George Floyd I'm Jackie Quinn

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Judge Acknowledges Floyd Family Pain, Sentences Chauvin to 22.5 Years

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Judge Acknowledges Floyd Family Pain, Sentences Chauvin to 22.5 Years

"Former Minneapolis police officer Derek show opens been sentenced to more than twenty two years in prison for the killing of George Floyd it was less than what the prosecution wanted and much more than what the defense had hoped for twenty two and a half years in prison for the officer who kept his knee on George Floyd's deck for more than nine minutes as the dying man begged for help judge Peter Cahill imposed the sentence as heard on court TV based on your abuse of a position of trust or authority and also the particular cruelty shown to George Floyd Chauvin who didn't speak at his trial briefly addressed the Floyd family my condolences for the family there's gonna be some other information in the future that would be of interest and I hope things will give you some some peace of mind Chauvin wearing a facemask had no visible reaction to the sentence hi Jackie Quinn

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"derek show" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:59 min | Last month

"derek show" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"McConnell called it an ultimatum on behalf of the president's left wing base. Today. The president has Afghan President Ashraf Ghani at the White House Vice President Kamala Harris is en route to the southern border. She travels to El Paso in Minneapolis. Derek Show opened the former police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd will be sentenced. Chauvin will be allowed to wear civilian clothes. Prosecutors are asking for 30 years behind bars, Chauvin's attorney says. Will ask that he be released on time served and on probation. You're listening to ABC news time now. 5 10. Time to check on traffic with Brian Nobles on a Friday morning. See how its role and take it away, Sir, This report is read by Mercury Insurance rolling pretty well, all the way around Sacramento. We do have one slow spot on north on Highway 99. Dude isn't Caltrans Road work? This is right around just as you actually between, Arnold wrote in Dillard Road. They should be getting that cleared up very shortly, but just a spot of heavy traffic there. Super commuters headed south on I 5 to 5 and 5 80 things look great. You're only slowdown is just a brief spot of heavy traffic just passed the two Oh, five, merge onto 5 88 Grant Line Road. It's brief and then you're good to go up and over the Altamont pass, but be aware there is wind advisory over the pass itself. If you get off high five and highway 12, you look good all the way across the Rio visit a bridge into Fairfield onto I 80 if you get off by highway 12 at 1 60, no delays there all the way across the Antioch Bridge to Highway four Californians save an average of $677 with mercury insurance. Think of all the ways you could put that money to use right now, then head over to mercury insurance dot com. To get a free quote to see how much you could save That's mercury insurance. Com traffic on the tens, every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the Way Home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Today Sunny with a high near 93 Tonight mostly clear what the lower around 60 tomorrow Sunday with a high near 103, and then Sunday will be up around 100 as well. Right now. Outside..

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Officer charged in death of Daunte Wright to appear in court

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Officer charged in death of Daunte Wright to appear in court

"I'm Julie Walker the white former officer charged in the shooting death of a black driver in a Minneapolis suburb in April has a pre trial hearing today Kim hotter will appear via video conference to go over evidence and determine if there's probable cause for the case to proceed she's charged with second degree manslaughter in the death of twenty year old Dante right the former Brooklyn center officer left the force even mediate Lee after the shooting the former police chief who also resigned said potter Mr Kerr gun for her taser body camera video shows are shouting taser multiple times before firing police have said right was pulled over for expired tags the shooting happened during the trial of former officer Derek show been convicted in the murder of George Floyd I'm Julie Walker

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Judge Postpones Trial for 3 Ex-Cops

Here & Now

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Judge Postpones Trial for 3 Ex-Cops

"Three for Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in George Floyd's death nearly a year ago, will not be tried until next March. Today, a judge push back the trial date from this summer. The officers co defendant Derek Show, Vin had already been convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George

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"derek show" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"derek show" Discussed on WTOP

"Intersection. Whether it's next day delivery or getting involved in their local communities, Napa goes above and beyond to serve you because their motor never quits. That's Napa. Know how I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. Storm team forced Chuck Bell has our four day forecast blue skies and sunshine across most of the region a couple of clouds around but no real significant rain chances to worry about until probably the time we get to Sunday today, partly to mostly sunny a light north wind highs today, right around 71 degrees Chili again tonight with a clear sky. Most areas will be in the forties by Friday morning. Friday afternoon. A repeat performance Sunny with highs around 70 again. Not much of a rain chance today tomorrow or Saturday. Saturday's high up to 75. Showers like a little bit more likely on Sunday, but no total washout. I'm storm team for meteorologist Chuck Bell for w t o P. Well, it's just beautiful little on the cool side. Those 67 Penn Quarter 64 in Chantilly 64 in Chevy Chase. Brought to you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee only it mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. It's 11 41 new this hour, three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting the death of George Floyd. You will not be tried this year. Ah, judge has pushed their trial to next March. They were scheduled to go on trial in late August. Their co defendant, Derek Show, Vin, is already being convicted of murder and manslaughter. All four officers also face federal charges alleging they violated Floyd Civil rights during his May 25th arrest. The judge today says he changed the date of the state trial so the federal case can go forward First. He also said he felt the need to put some distance between The three officers trial and show Van's trial because of all the publicity around the case, President Biden is meeting today with Republican lawmakers as the White House tries to find some common ground on infrastructure proposals. W T. O P S Mitchell Miller with more from Capitol Hill, six Senate Republicans, including West Virginia's Shelley Moore Capito. Are to meet with the president Capital is leading the way on the GOP's nearly $600 billion alternative to the White House plan. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was.

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"derek show" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:00 min | 2 months ago

"derek show" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Last year. A Minnesota judge has ruled that there were aggravating factors in the death of George Floyd, paving the way for the possibility of a longer sentence for Derrick Show. Vin ABC is Mark Room large breaks it down for us. The prosecution had argued on five grounds that Derek Showman deserved an aggravated sentence and therefore a longer sentence. They said that Derrick Shelvin abused his position of authority since he was a police officer at the time and acting in uniform when he is now convicted of murdering George Floyd that he treated George Floyd with particular cruelty that Children were present and witnessed the crime that Also, the crime was committed as part of a group. And finally they argued that George Floyd was a particularly vulnerable victim. Given that he was in handcuffs and in the prone position and other things like that. Now. The judge today responded to those arguments and agreed with four out of five of them were sent at least that those four are supported, including the abuse of authority. The cruelty and in the treatment of George Floyd. The judge said that the six minutes of positional of fix CIA was quote particularly cruel in that Floyd was begging for his life and obviously terrified yet The defendant, Derek show, Vin remained indifferent to those please. There were obviously Children who witnessed this or at least parts of it. We heard from some of them testify and then that the actions were committed as part of a group as we know there are three other officers charged in this, and the judge said he found that despite the fact that the three other officers haven't been convicted of anything, yet, he can still say that it was clearly known that these officers Were involved in the restraint of George Floyd. That's not disputed. But finally, the court did say that they did not that he did not feel the argument that Floyd was a particularly vulnerable victim was supported that he was resistant at times and these and these other factors and so the judge has really paved the way for the possibility of a showman getting more severe sentence. Meantime, mark we know that Derrick Childrens team has requested a new trial. What's the status of that? Yeah, nothing yet on that The judge has not responded to that request, probably because the motions themselves have not been filed. So what was filed a week or so ago by the defense was a notice. That they were going to file these arguments calling for a new trial. They were going to be arguing that there was prosecutorial misconduct that the judge should have sequestered. The jury should have moved the trial these kinds of things, and so it was a notice to the court that they plan to do that. But they have not actually filed the motion requesting that yet, so probably not surprising that we haven't heard from the judge on that issue yet, but that is something at presumably Is forthcoming from the defense and then eventually the response from the state and the judge may make a determination of that. All right. A B C's Mark Rimmel are thank you so much. My pleasure. Thank you. And it brings our time to 4 50. So it's traffic.

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"derek show" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:51 min | 2 months ago

"derek show" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Said Prompted big shifts and demand. Steelmakers shut down production last year as they tried to survive the weakened economy. They were slow to restart production, and that has led to a huge steel shortage with an economic recovery well underway. Jim Carcela reporting four former Minneapolis police officers, including Derek Show, Vin will face federal civil rights charges. In the death of George Floyd. Three of the officers were scheduled to begin their state try. Elin August. Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney Jo Tam Marino would imagine the state trial will be continued. I don't see how you could go to trial while you also have federal indictments and you might be in custody federal custody, so I think they're gonna have no alternative but to continue the state's trial. Visor and its partner Bioattack are applying for full U. S approval for their Corona virus Vaccine. New York Medical College professor of medicine Dr Bob Wahida explains why that's important, So it's a game changer with regard to regulation regulatory law. And legally, various groups can mandate that people get vaccinated. And I think that's the biggest issue with the with the FDA approval, a piece of space waste A Chinese rocket is speeding back to Earth. It's expected to land sometime this weekend, but no one knows where. CBS News Space consultant Bill Harwood Community or individual get back debris. Is incredibly small. I mean, it is an extremely remote possibility. The Pentagon says it has no plans to shoot down the rocket. Right now. The markets are all in positive territory. The Dow is up 164 points. That's a CBS news. Fasted wealth, personalized and affordable financial planning for everyday Americans, no wealth or asset minimums. Quality financial advice for every stage of your life. Good. Washington Lawmakers go back to Olympia for a special session will see will have that after Cairo radio, real time traffic memory, Martin No still close to a 40 minute delay on North Bound five this morning. Everything between 38 5 is just a mess that studio, a crash north and five at City Center and long term fatality investigation at Porter Way and a collision involving a semi carrying milk the history deep drivers detouring off the freeway at 54th Avenue. Now, 5 12 has been an alternate, but at this point, go ahead and stick with I fi because 5 12 is a bigger mess. Taking 50 minutes on east 152 out 12 to get from Parkland over 2% because you hadn't worked out on the Valley Freeway so again, Stick with high five and just expect continued delays. No, the Pac highway is still seeing several miles of slowing is that is another alternate Olympia to Tacoma. 45. Minutes 15 minutes to get across Lake Washington, 15 to 20 minutes to get across Lake Washington on both westbound bridges and Still 40 to 45 minutes out of Everett and in tow, either Bellevue or Seattle..

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Ex–Minneapolis Police Officers Indicted on Civil-Rights Charges in Floyd Death

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:15 sec | 2 months ago

Ex–Minneapolis Police Officers Indicted on Civil-Rights Charges in Floyd Death

"Desk for former Minneapolis police officers are now charged with violating George Floyd civil rights. Lloyd, of course, the unarmed black man who died in police custody last year after video show Derek Show Vin with his knee on Floyd's neck for several minutes. Children was found guilty last month of

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"derek show" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"derek show" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"CBS News on the hour Your home for original reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. We have breaking news from Minneapolis. Ah federal grand jury has indicted for former police officers on charges they violated George Floyd civil rights among those ex officers, Derek Show Vin, who was convicted of murder last month. All four are charged with violating Floyd's right to be free from unreasonable seizure and excessive force. He died after show Vin Preston need to his neck for almost 10 minutes. While he was face down on the pavement. It ignited protests across the country. In April. Jobs surprise have not had the improvement and the job market that we would have expected by now. Bank rates Mark Hamrick on this morning's report from the Labor Department. We had thought that as of this report, the unemployment rate would be below 6%. Instead, it's slightly above and we did not get the number of jobs for restored in the economy or added instead of the one million jobs added they expected there were only 266,000. With fewer temp positions, Career and messenger jobs, but gains and leisure and hospitality New Cove in cases are dropping in the U. S with the lowest daily numbers in seven months, but variants could threaten recovery. CBS is Dr David Vegas is part of a new joint initiative with the UK to track them, You know, historically, country said, I don't want you to know my variant it because it's a check mark against me. It shows that I'm doing something wrong Now, if we get them to share, it will be able to know what to do with the.

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Police See Recruitment Struggles, Surge in Retirements

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Police See Recruitment Struggles, Surge in Retirements

"I'm Julie Walker amid growing calls for police reform and debate over deadly use of force some departments across the country are struggling to attract officers and retain the ones they have police officials and union leaders described the situation as crisis mode according to The Philadelphia Inquirer which found so far this year seventy nine officers in the city chose deferred retirement during the same period last year it was thirteen in addition the department has two hundred and sixty eight vacancies law enforcement officials attribute the decline in interest across the country to everything from the death of George Floyd and conviction of former cop Derek show open to fatal shootings of unarmed black men at the hands of police I'm Julie Walker

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Prosecutors Seek Higher Sentence for Derek Chauvin in Floyd Death

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Prosecutors Seek Higher Sentence for Derek Chauvin in Floyd Death

"Prosecutors are asking a Minnesota judge to give former officer Derek show been a penalty that's more severe than what's called for in state guidelines in a court filing the prosecution says a stiffer penalty is warranted because George Floyd was particularly vulnerable handcuffed and face down in the dirt Chauvin abused his authority inflicting gratuitous pain and psychological distress to Floyd and two bystanders who witnessed the incident Chauvin was found guilty on three counts but under Minnesota law he'll be sentenced in late June for only the most serious second degree unintentional murder it carries a maximum sentence of forty years but experts are certain Chauvin will get less time his lawyers opposing a tougher sentence saying the state has failed to prove any of those aggravating factors that its listing I'm Jackie Quinn

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"derek show" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"derek show" Discussed on WTOP

"Ready for your Freak over 19 vaccine. Visit, vaccinate dot Virginia Doc over call 877 vax in Via Bob Invariably, too. You'll be traffic now to start Team four and a million Draper tracking blustery winds out there on this Wednesday evening gusting at about 30 miles an hour. The winds will continue to subside overnight tonight, allowing temperatures to really tumble with clear skies will have lows in the thirties around 37 in Washington in the suburbs, north and west of Washington will have lows in the low to mid thirties by the National Weather Service. Has issued a freeze warning. This includes the counties in Maryland, A border Pennsylvania, the I 81 corridor through northern funk here and Western loud in counties throughout the day. Tomorrow, after really cold start a chilly day highs in the fifties windchills, mainly in the thirties and forties, low to mid sixties on Friday with plenty of sun did you upper sixties over the weekend with some rain later Saturday into early Sunday. I'm strong Team four meteorologist Amelia Draper. Temperatures around Washington. Now we've got 43, Stafford, 42, Fairfax County and Centerville 44 in upper Marlboro, and we've got 42 degrees right now in Washington at 9 30. This'll is w t O p your resource for two days. Top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated. W T O p never miss a moment. Tell of U T O P s TOP news is brought to you by van Meter Homes. Find a home That's right for you at Van Meter Homes calm. Good evening. I'm Kyle Cooper. Luke Garrett is our producer. Coming out. The Justice Department announces it will take a closer look at the Minneapolis Police Department one day after Derek Show Van's conviction. Will the trial in Minneapolis give a boost for police reform here in Washington? Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller Loud in the Montgomery County look to reopen a ferry across the Potomac..

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"derek show" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"derek show" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Lot of stores that's been pushing through. Western Massachusetts and western Connecticut, making a port approach towards the Hartford and Springfield right now, Greenfield as well. There are some severe storm warnings have been posted out in Western Massachusetts. Severe thunderstorm watch Is in effect Worcester County off to the West until six this evening, so those storms will be pressing off toward the East is we had through the rest of the afternoon. They will be weakening out, but bring some heavy downpours still, even in parts of eastern Massachusetts before Clearing out of here and the sky's clearing out as well. Temperatures tonight eventually gonna fall back into the thirties with the real fields in the twenties with breezy conditions tomorrow. Ah, Windy day They'll be sunshine near 50 for the high but the real field, saying the thirties Partly cloudy tomorrow night low of 39 Fridays, Mostly sunny, a bit milder near 60 Looks like Saturday's pretty decent day as we've got sun and clouds and temperatures near 75. Local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon on Ben Parker. Here on the five things you need to know. At 3 46 Police shoot until a suspect in Worcester who have threatened to detonate a bomb early this morning, the Justice Department's launching an investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department one day after Derek Show Van's convictions. A former Boston police commissioner is defending how the police Department handled the 1995. Child molestation allegation against former patrolman Patrick Rose, President Biden's urging companies.

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Murder case against ex-cop in Floyd's death goes to the jury

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Murder case against ex-cop in Floyd's death goes to the jury

"The murder case against former Minneapolis police officer Derek show open in the death of George Floyd has gone to the jury in closing statements defense attorney Eric Nelson said it wasn't a lack of oxygen that killed Floyd drug ingestion and the bad heart the diseased heart hypertension prosecutor Steve Slater told the jury Chauvin had to have known what he was doing to Floyd she heard him but he just didn't listen he continued to push him down Fletcher also pointed out it's all on video that forced for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds that killed George Floyd he betrayed the batch tape from court TV show been showed little expression he took off his mask as his attorney presented his closing statement I'm a Donahue

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"derek show" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"derek show" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Waters, of course, starting more trouble inciting more violence, which is awesome, kind of which he does no big deal. Don't you gotta be. Oh, Also, uh, keeping an eye on some other stories going on. There's a lot happening. I appreciate it. Thanks for taking the time on a Monday. I'll go. Hopefully already had a good weekend. Pull a good weekend. Good stuff. That's right. You get it done. Did you eat a bunch? Did you chill? Do you relax. I guess. Are you deejaying at all or not? I did a week ago. And I accept full masks is already dancing and masks of what they doing A little bit of both. I mean, the way they did it is they had the seating for the most part was inside, but the dance sport was outside. Yeah. So the outside part. They just They don't want a mascot. All I'm guessing Uh, there was still a few people that did, but the majority of them did not. With the mask of all time I chose you. Do you think they would have had you doing so if you don't want to? I don't think so. All right, Sam. Good. Okay. Got the thumbs up from san for those on the radio who can see her on, dear, you go. All right, so there's a lot going on The show bench trial certainly is what we're watching right now. Maxine Waters out there in Minnesota Stops by decides to Completely caused trouble inside violence in the leave. Of course, she's gonna be safe and sound either at the Capitol, where she works, where they have the Capitol Police and the National Guard. Or she could be back in her mansion in California. She's a very, very rich woman at 82 years old. I don't know how you get rich by being in Congress. But whatever. But she decides to go to Brooklyn Center, Minnesota start some trouble, insights and violence than leave, and it's literally what happened. That's really what happened. I'm seeing news that the MBA is is on standby in their gripping for the results and the verdict of the show in case I don't know what that has to do with the Sports League. I don't Not being naive. I get that Steven Jackson thought that George Floyd somehow was his his brother from another mother. I mean, Stephen Jackson, who was a former Spurs player. Former what Indiana Pacers player Hey, was a violent guy himself in the NBA. Remember that big fight with Ragnar test and he was in the stage there punching people in Detroit, and he was just nuts. Hey, was a guy that as good a coach as as great Popovich is He was not able to control Stephen Jackson. Steven Jackson ended up not not fitting into the Spurs. Hey, was here for a short amount of time. Having said that Steven Jackson seems to be a guy who is very well knowledge in the N B. A. And sometimes I watch what he has to say, and I and I appreciate it. Other times. I watch what he has to say. And he's a guy that's talking out of his ass. He was talking about George Floyd like he was turning his life around and he was He was getting things done, and he moved to Minnesota for a job. Everything else and it turns out George Floyd was trying to pass bogus bills and was high on something the day that he died. So the MBA somehow got involved because Stephen Jackson spoke out almost immediately. And they I guess Facially had resemblance. And George Floyd was about 66. I think Stephen Jackson 66 9, So they had a lot in common and I get it. Having said That doesn't mean that it's an MBA story. It's not The death of George Floyd is not MBA story. I don't see it as one. You could make it one if you want to believe that it was a a racist. Action that their Children took their show. It is the former cop who is standing trial and waiting for his adjudication. We break down What we know happened that day now that we have all the body Cam for the job. The only place we had was the cell phone camera footage, which on Lee showed show Vin with his knee on this guy's neck for about nine minutes. And that's it. Clearly it's racism. Clearly it's a white supremacist cup. Who's just trying to kill a black guy in the side of the road with his knee. Worse. Later, when the actual body cam footage came out, George Floyd was in the car. He begged to get out of the car. He begged me to go to the ground, he says. Claustrophobic, which makes no sense because he drove a car to the store. We was trying to pass the bogus bill. It makes no sense they couldn't see in the backseat of a car, but you could sit in the front seat of a car and drive it. It doesn't make any sense. Also, it appears to be this horrible white cop doing this to a black guy. Turns out at least two of the other cops there before there were of color were not necessarily white. That wasn't reported very widely. The body cam footage is out. Now we see George Floyd ingesting something. Allegedly, he says something that he took too much. He's acting erratically in the store. Then I'm calling the police on him that day. And the defense argued in this case that he died with fentanyl overdose. Prosecution is arguing that he died because showing at his near his neck for nine minutes. Body cam footage not being released by the attorney general in a timely fashion back a year ago, May Is what caused the riots and looting the unrest. The protest violent and peaceful And that was caused by Keith Ellison. Who's the attorney general. Those body can video should be released immediately. Just like the body cam video is released immediately. Or Dante, right? Should've been released immediately. Some people to see the actual scene and what happened. There were two other black people in the car with George Floyd. Neither one had a finger touch put on him. They weren't harmed. Nothing happen to them. If this worry racist thing, they would've been harmed as well. They weren't So let's talk. Let's take the race out of it. Let's take the N B. A out of it. There were no implications. The EMU is an NBA player. There is no in implications that have anything to do. The MBA other than the MBA is majority black players. Let's take all that out of it. Let's talk about the guy stands trial for the prosecution, said Derek Show, Vin with his knee and George Floyd's neck killed him. Caused his death..

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Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death

"I'm Julie Walker the George Floyd case is expected to head to the jury Monday after closing arguments there's no time limit for those closing arguments prosecutors go first then defense followed by rebuttal from prosecution then the jurors get to decide the case they will be sequestered while they deliberate the prosecution contends Derek show in Sydney on Lloyds neck but nine minutes and twenty nine seconds was to blame the defense argues the former officer used reasonable force employed to drug use and heart killed him jurors decide to three charges second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter separately and must be unanimous on each charge I'm Julie Walker

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Defense Expert Blames George Floyd's Death on Heart Trouble

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Defense Expert Blames George Floyd's Death on Heart Trouble

"At the murder trial of Derek show open in Minneapolis a defense expert blame George Floyd's death on heart trouble prosecution experts testified George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen after being pinned down forensic pathologist Dr David Fowler testified district Lloyd had a sudden cardiac a reasonable cardiac care is mia as a result of his heart disease valor it listed other factors to Sentinel and methamphetamine there it is exposure to a vehicle exhausts financially carbon monoxide poisoning the medical examiner ruled George Floyd's death was a homicide Fowler said there were too many conflicting factors I would fall back to undetermined Tate from court TV prosecutors say Floyd died because Derek show opens me was pressed against Lloyds neck or neck area for nine and a half minutes I'm a Donahue

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Man shot by Minnesota officer in traffic stop crashes, dies

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Man shot by Minnesota officer in traffic stop crashes, dies

"I'm Julie Walker protesters clashed with police overnight in Minnesota after a twenty year old driver is shot by an officer and then died a large law enforcement presence remained in Brooklyn center early Monday with the unrest spilling to neighboring Minneapolis there are more National Guard already moving into the city to supplement the ones that were already here Minnesota department of public safety commissioner John Harrington also says the shooting investigation is ongoing we use the body camera will take statements our BC a forensics team did go out and do a crime scene survey and take care of evidence police say they stopped Dante Wright who had an outstanding warrant and they tried to arrest him but he drove away that's when he was shot it comes as the community is already on edge from the trial of Derek show been accused in George Floyd's death I'm Julie Walker

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Police chief: Fired cop broke policy in pinning Floyd

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Police chief: Fired cop broke policy in pinning Floyd

"I'm Julie Walker more testimony on Derek show business use of force is expected today in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd yesterday prosecutors showed how Chauvin violated department policy with his knee on Floyd snack for more than nine minutes police chief Medaria Arradondo is contrary to our training to indefinitely place your name on a prone handcuffed individual we are Dr Bradford Langenfeld to pronounce Floyd dead testified he believed it was lack of oxygen that was one of the more likely possibilities showbiz lawyer blames Floyd's death on drugs and on cross exam asked if that can cause hypoxia or lack of oxygen which the doctor agreed with audio courtesy court TV I'm Julie Walker

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ER doc theorized that lack of oxygen stopped Floyd's heart

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

ER doc theorized that lack of oxygen stopped Floyd's heart

"At the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin the jury heard testimony from the emergency room doctor pronounced George Floyd dad Dr Bradford Langenfeld testified he theorized the cause of death was asphyxiation that was one of the more likely possibilities I thought that at the time based on the information I had it was more likely than the other possibilities tape from court TV prosecutors are trying to establish it was Derek show opens me on George Floyd's neck that killed him defense attorney Eric Nelson asked if there are other issues that could still lead to asphyxiation drug use certain drugs can cause hypoxia great specifically five not that's correct the defense argues Chopin did what he was trained to do and Floyd use of illegal drugs in his underlying health conditions caused his death I'm a Donahue

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Firefighter blocked from helping Floyd returns to stand

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Firefighter blocked from helping Floyd returns to stand

"I'm Julie Walker the off duty firefighter with EMT training who tried to help George Floyd as he lay dying we'll be back on the stand for day three in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in his death Genevieve Hanson one of several bystanders shouting it Derek show then as he pinned Floyd's neck down with Disney cried on the witness stand yesterday and she recounted how she was unable to come to his aid there's a man being killed and I what have I had I had had had access to US a call similar to that I would have been able to provide medical attention Jovens attorney tried to portray the bystanders as a threatening angry mob distracting cops something Hanson rejects I don't know if you've seen anybody be killed but it's upsetting the defense blames Floyd's death on health conditions and drug use audio courtesy court TV I'm Julie Walker

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Derek Chauvin Trial: Off-Duty Firefighter Will Return to Stand Tomorrow

Bloomberg Law

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Derek Chauvin Trial: Off-Duty Firefighter Will Return to Stand Tomorrow

"Firefighter will be back on the stand tomorrow in the trial against the former police officer accused of killing George Floyd. Genevieve Hanson testified about yelling at officers to take Floyd's pulse. After Derek show Vin knelt on his neck. Hansen, who was off duty at the time, said no medical assistance was given to Floyd. Even though he was obviously in distress. She was asked what she would have done if she had been allowed to help. I would have requested additional Help. The

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Witnesses: Onlooker anger increased as Floyd stopped moving

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Witnesses: Onlooker anger increased as Floyd stopped moving

"Witnesses described their frustration during the second day of testimony in the murder trial of their children the former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Boyd's death witnesses at the trial in Minneapolis describing kept back by police and the feeling of helplessness and growing anger as they pleaded with Derek show open to take his D. off of George plates neck is not what I said is what he said eighteen year old are now a Frazier was one of several witnesses who cried as she testified it wasn't right he was he was stuttering the prosecution buttressed their testimony with multiple videos some of which had never been seen before Minneapolis firefighter Genevieve Hanson happened upon the scene on a day off I would have been able to provide medical attention to the best of my abilities she was upset by the officers failure to render aid and called nine one one and I literally watched not pick the calls not to anything from the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king

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Derek Chauvin Trial: Jurors Watch Infamous Video

Steve Trevelise

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Derek Chauvin Trial: Jurors Watch Infamous Video

"The jury in the trial of the white former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd Watching the graphic video of Floyd's death today, Derek show Vin is charged with murder after kneeling on Floyd's neck during an arrest last May. The video graphically shows Floyd's death in his cries for

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"derek show" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"derek show" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mortgage on Officer Eric Tally's home. The organization supports the families of fallen first responders tally was one of 10 people killed when a gunman opened fire at a supermarket. I'm at Madison Governor Polish has a news conference this morning. Top dates coronavirus response close to 2.5 Million doses of the vaccine have been distributed in Colorado. Dr Connie Price of Denver Health thinks we're close to making it available to everyone over 16. Well, I think once we can ensure our supply chain from the federal government, and I think we can be ready. We just want to make sure that we can accommodate all of the people who will want to be vaccinated Department says nearly 80% of Colorado's 70 and older have been vaccinated. Defenses. Making their opening statements in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd attorney Eric Nelson told the jury they need to look at the totality of the evidence and use reason and common sense. Earlier, the prosecution said Derek Show been betrayed his badge a BCS Alex Perez is outside the courthouse. The big focus will be on what Exactly killed George Floyd. Now we know. The medical examiner said he had a cardiopulmonary arrest and they found a fentanyl and other drugs in his system. And the defense will make the case that that untreated heart condition and those drugs in his system are what caused his death. The prosecution will say that despite that medical condition, despite those drugs, it was Derek showman's knee on his neck neck that caused his death. The trial is expected Last between 2 to 4 Weeks spend the second snowiest march in recorded.

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Video of Floyd arrest may appear early at ex-cop's trial

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Video of Floyd arrest may appear early at ex-cop's trial

"I'm Julie Walker opening arguments are scheduled to begin today in the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death and it may not be long before a key piece of evidence is shown to jurors bystander video that caught Derek show opens neat on Floyd's neck prosecutors have not said when they plan to play the widely seen video where we hear Floyd say he can't breathe but legal experts say they expected to be early as part of an effort to remind jurors of what is at the heart of the case the key questions whether Chauvin cost Floyd's death and whether his actions were reasonable at a vigil last night Ben Crump an attorney for the family says the defense will try to claim it was trace amounts of drugs in his system all Julia merry twenty twenty cool the trial is expected to last about four weeks I'm Julie Walker

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"derek show" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"derek show" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

"Hi Gary. Lewis with you here can spam seven ninety. Tucson's most stimulating talk. Thanks for hanging out. Going to be a hundred degrees today again video. We'll get through to eight. Oh, five that video. Is On my page of the CBS special right of the CBS, special and and again it shows that George Floyd and his dare Chauvet worked together. Didn't like each other. Georgia's brothers said this is a personal attack. He truly believes his person so then. We don't have a giant race problem this country. Again all the stats show that police They shot more white on our people than black. The killings of blacks has gone down over the past number of years I mean. I. I'm just like it's like I'm just I feel like sometimes shouting into the wind. But it's really incredible. Stuff I let. Let's continue so police police on t west campus. I can't imagine I've talked to. Teachers and teachers have said man. We can't even get bad kids out of class again. The way the kids they have to do three things wrong and it's got to be whatever they do that. They misbehave got to be in the same category if they do to in one category to another tune in other in a forty. Forty minute period none you do, it's gotta be three in one whether it's speaking up getting physical whatever it is, it's crazy. It's categorized. It's teachers I interviewed a teacher. Live on the air from to you said he was threatened by a student. He has anxiety every time he goes to school I'm GonNa Send My dad here too pure I. It's crazy. And yet there are now parents demanding. that. That t USD. No longer hire police to be on the campus. It's crazy that happens. It's absolutely nuts. There's a reporter for caveat. Donell convair. She tweeted out. Because she actually watch this t USD. Zoom meeting. Several parents are asking the board no longer to hire T. PD, for school resource officers once said quote I demand that you end the practice of police on school campuses. Another one trouble with minors. Teenage students shouldn't be police matters. It's not just the literally threatened. Any teachers can't touch the students. What do you expect to happen and had some of these students feel threatened by these other students. These police officers develop great relationships with the students, a lot of the Times. There's no parents. There's no dad. And the school resource officer, which is the police officer they step in, and they do the job. They offer direction. And by the way that's the problem. That's the problem in these communities, the parents. And, so many of them had don't have debts. Tell it is. That's the problem. So I want you to hear? I want you to hear. crystel-foster! Number one seven Ryan. If you don't mind, she is the president of the Tucson School Board. She used to police were needed on campus to stop school shootings, and now she changed her mind. Listen to this throw. The Blake adds to vision school safety starting with from horrible students in the center of his work. From creative station welcomes face without the presence of the police. Without the presence of police. Unbelievable. Without the presence by the way teachers, if you WanNa, give your experience. Your take if school resource. And they call them. Police gotta calm. School Resource Officers Right. You want them or don't want them on campus. You're more than welcome to chime in at eight eight zero. Eight zero, five, six, seven eight. Tell your stories more than welcome for that I want you to hear elite duck raw hulda. One Oh six! Rolls Daughter. Listen this genius here. We go school board conversations going to be healthy. If one that I've had a hard time with every year every time we're hiring officers and paying for the maintenance and operation I always have this really long discussion. We talk about balancing safety so every time we have a school shooting or a school threat than the knee-jerk reaction is to have more officers, but then when we have issues with young people being called Being deported because they of their immigration status. It's like why don't you have They don't go around checking people's immigration status. They don't do that at all. She's talking about if. If they arrest somebody for kid gets in. A fight gets charged with assault kids selling drugs man we did have the kid vape pens and selling weed, and it turns out. He was here illegally. Well. Sorry, you know it's just the brakes. Well why do you have that well? The these kids are literally bad kids. They're breaking laws. But rows, daughter, who is running by the way for the late dickel es is seat for Pima County supervisor. What you need their pima, county and other Rahall Vo right and doing odd just terrible the white. Why are they deporting people? What a what a misstatement! What a lie and then again to protect kids bad kids. Do bad things on campus. Let's jump to John Real quick. John Welcome to. Hello John. How you doing. Excellent you work for ti USD. Yeah. Okay, go ahead. And you know. They have their own school safety. They have our os and my kids. tell us all kinds of stories about things that happened, and the s arose in school. Safety are there to protect the the other kids to preserve the peace. Make sure that they have an education. And a lot of times Some of the kids don't feel safe. Especially if the bullying and all the other stuff that goes on, but people don't realize that this This is not the nineteen fifties. all of a sudden in read a fleece and everything. It's not gonNA. Work out ever. Not In today's society. So I understand Nablus? Keep focused on the campus. I mean so when you hear. Crystal Fosters the President of Your School Board Saints Not Safe Anymore to have police on campus for kids again. It would just make it more unsaved. Which is my point, you agree with that? I agree with that wholeheartedly I've Do you have any? Do you know of any any instance of an officer actually being threatening to other to the students? Never. Everything that we do is with Delegates were delicate with the students. We try to do everything we can to protect them. Even themselves. Are you. Are you a school resource officer, or are you a teacher? I can't say. Okay now I gotcha. I gotcha John I appreciate a man. Thank you very much. That's a big deal. That's a it's A. It's a huge deal and we have this this fool on the Tucson school board, getting emotional, none of this is rely is factual. None of it's factual and goes back. The story that Derek Show and George Floyd knew each other in like each other. and. It's impact what's going on in two zero if it.

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"derek show" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"derek show" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"During newscasts for June the second twenty twenty i Mike Clifford President trump Monday be raided the nation's governors during a conference. Call He, you're to take an aggressive stance against unruly protesters that for the Washington Post. The report trump told governors that if they don't take back the streets and use forced to confront protesters, they would look like fools the post of ten. Ten to recording the call their report, trump said you have to dominate if you don't dominate, you're wasting your time. They're going to run over you. You going to look like a bunch of jerks and as protest against police violence racism continue to explode across the nation. The public is learning. That officer involved the killing of George Floyd have long records of complaints brutality. Decades of research show that officers with a history of misconduct pose a higher risk of engaging in serious misconduct in the future, according to Jill mccorkell criminology professor at Villanova University. She says one way. These officers keep their badges. Despite a legacy, poor behavior is through advocacy by powerful police unions. A lot of time police unions will work very hard with city officials to undermine internal disciplinary mechanisms on the part of the department as well as filing cases in court. She says that ex officer Derek Show in WHO's been charged in Floyd's death had eighteen past complaints filed against him during his one thousand nine years with the. The Minneapolis Police Department this includes three incidents involving deadly force on Diane Bernard. The story was produced with original reporting Joel mccorkell at the conversation in response to the killing in Minneapolis Maryland Jevon sorry this week, expedite of the start of its own board to address police reform and accountability in the Baltimore City Police Department an interfaith group, working to slow climate change, says link between ending reliance on fossil fuels and the protests taking place across the country, the Covid, nineteen pandemic and protests over the police killing of George Floyd an unarmed African American man in Minneapolis have eclipsed many other major news stories, but according to Reverend. Cornish with Pennsylvania interfaith? Power and light the long history of systemic racism, sparking nationwide protests as part of the climate crisis to we know that people were fewer resources and less power, and who are more oppressed are going to be people deeply affected by climate to says the challenge is to confront racism and climate change not as separate problems, but his related crises that must be dealt with as a whole to save the planet and each other I'm Andrea Sears reporting revenue corners ads, the faith community sees climate change as a moral ethical issue, and it is based in their commitment to do good stewardship of the earth and its people. This is P. Ns..

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"derek show" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"derek show" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"There's universal agreement among everybody that George Floyd was murdered, and the killer was Derek Show van the police officer. Doesn't matter what your political affiliation ez-zor. You know. What your your your race or gender or ages? You know I haven't heard one person say other way Wisey and this isn't one of those situations where you have. You know some wait and see voice out there. Nobody's waiting for the back story or the context on this one, and maybe we're starting to get it with some of the autopsy scene. results in who knows where that arrows pointed. Nobody's trying to rationalize or justify the office officers behavior, not my circle of life. Nobody has said that this was okay. You know everybody is in agreement that show van was aggressive, excessive and unsympathetic, and was a bad cop with eighteen prior complaints. There's no controversy on this point till you're nationwide. Worldwide combination, get condemnation for Derek Show, van. That's what makes us when a little bit different I think, there's other there are other reasons by the way everybody also agrees that the other police officers that stood by and let this happen must be prosecuted as well universal agreement on that point. You know it's. It's every police chief in America on board with all of that. I think these guys are going to end up in jail for a long time I. think that's what they deserve based on that video. You know and the other thing is. that. Most of us most normal people and I know normal is subjective, but most normal people Hopefully you know who I'm referring to. and most of those people are you I think. almost everybody's in agreement on the right to assemble peacefully in protest, and almost everyone is a is an agreement also that rioting and looting is a bad thing. You know black people don't like rioting and looting. White people don't like rioting and looting, not many of any race disagree on this point, nobody normal regardless of their personal circumstance once unrest. You know at the expense of innocent people in innocent businesses. Everybody seems to be agreement to that. You. Know there's history between law enforcement and African Americans, and it's been bad. White people know this. You know despite that the numbers and the the studies by you know Harvard and others. Most of US understand that the historical relationship between the police and African Americans has put African American men in particular on the defensive. They mentioned this and mentioned this in the past, and they talked about it on the radio show, and this is always been again. One of those things that's really. Heartbreaking for anybody that has empathy. You know what a Black Guy! My Age has to think about when getting pulled over is not what I had to think about. What a black man or woman for that matter has to teach their children about the relationship with police in how a simple traffic violation can go wrong if it's not handled properly. Is Not exactly what I've had to teach my children. I recognize that. Most? Reasonable people are in agreement on the big things this week. You know the big things. George Floyd murdered history between law enforcement, and African Americans not good. You know looting and rioting bad reaction. you know the these things are the big things. And we were all in agreement on all of these things, and I'm not suggesting that we haven't all been in agreement on prior situations. You know any of these other previous incidents whether you know. It was Freddie. Gray or Philander, Casteel, or any of these you know, I. I think part of it is because the video was so utterly awful in convincing. But while you know, most people are in agreement on the big things. We still went from total agreement on the big things total agreement you know based on race gender age any demographic description you wanNA. Come up with. And yet this incident led to total chaos is a follow up. You know I don't know how we get from total agreement on all of these things to we. Our cities have been the last few days and nights. You know specific to this incident. There are some things that happened early on that I think we're factors. I think there were some mistakes in Minneapolis. You know. There was a perceived delay in getting the charge against show van, which didn't come until Friday. There was the charge of murder in the third degree, which for a lot of people didn't seem to be enough again I. Don't know how you go about charging someone for murder in every state city. Jurisdiction you know they're all different animals I'm sure there I know. There are risks going to quickly and potentially charging someone inaccurately, and all of that I understand that you know. They claim to have left room for change from third degree to something else, but. It's lauter wasn't perceived by many as enough. and then there was the lack of charges charges against the other officers, which still haven't come I. Don't believe not as of now, so all of that didn't help. But you know. Really side story to the big issue, which is just race. Not, just police brutality towards minorities. There's a lot more to all of this other racial inequality. That that other racial inequalities always apart of these emotional response equations. And, then by the way in this particular situation, add to it a pandemic lost jobs mass unemployment economic hardship you all leading to by the way lots of free time for lots of people..

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"derek show" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"derek show" Discussed on WTVN

"Officer Derek show and did not leave his knee off of George Floyd's knack for nearly two minutes after he became unresponsive the DA offices charging documents say today that show been committed and eminently dangerous act without regard for human life on the Memorial Day death of Floyd they claim the children pulled a hand cuffs Lloyd from a Minneapolis Minneapolis police squad car and then placed his knee on Floyd's head and neck and refused to roll him onto his side he was arrested today on a third degree murder and manslaughter charge hurts is filing for bankruptcy amid the corona virus pandemic car sales to rental companies made up about two million vehicles last year but with the pandemic the demand is now stagnant most of General Motors is a forty eight thousand furloughed hourly workers are set to be back to work next week GM says they will begin increasing their production at their pick up an S. U. V. plants around North America starting on Monday and NBA commissioner Adam silver is setting July thirty first as the target date for the league to resume playing the announcement comes after the league held a meeting with the NBA board of governors and on Wall Street the stocks are mixed to end the week after the president's lapse in new restrictions on China today the Dow Jones lost seventeen the nasdaq gained one hundred and twenty the S. and P. added fourteen your A. B. C. six first warning weather some scattered showers expected early tonight a low of fifty six currently it is a seventy two degrees I'm Alison Wyant said this news a service of a legacy retirement group are next report at five when the news goes viral we'll bring you the facts at the top and bottom of the hour news radio six TD and America.

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"derek show" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"derek show" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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Almost the whole country, still reacting to the video of the last minutes of the life of a black man, named George, Floyd, dead officials say to a now fired white minneapolis cop named Derek Show von seen on video, grinding his knee into Mr Floyd's neck for some seven seventy eight minutes as floyd says he can't Breathe Minneapolis May Jacob Fry says he'd like to see. Criminal charges filed every second of which he could have removed his knee. From George Floyd's neck. Every one of which he could have listened to community around him, clearly saying that he needed to stop, I saw no threat. I saw nothing. That would signal that this kind of force was necessary. Why is the man who killed George? Floyd, not in jail, and that's the mayor of Minneapolis. George Floyd Brother felonious. Put it all low in human term. But I had to watch the video though four offices. They executed my brother. The paramedics they drug him across the ground out of medicine, CPR. No empathy, no compassion. Nobody else showed it nobody. Activists yesterday community people scrawled words murderer. A murderer lives here outside Derek show WTN's house while the head of the Minneapolis Police Department called for an end to the protests, vandalism and looting activists say chief Madeira, or Redondo seemed more concerned about property than people, the University of Minnesota whose main campuses in Minneapolis as announced it will no longer contracting many meet Minneapolis Police Department to provide any additional policing duties for large events at the college like the Division One football games, meanwhile, protests continued last night all over the place demonstrators, black, white and brown took to the streets of not only Minneapolis. DENVER, Memphis, Phoenix Phoenix Columbus Ohio and New York City. What happened with brother, Floyd in Minneapolis happens every single day to black and Brown people in cities and towns across this country. My Heart's bobby. My people die on video. And there was seventy arrests in New York City in Louisville. Kentucky seven protesters were shot one critically Louisville. The cops busted into the wrong apartment back in March and shot, and killed a young black woman in emergency. Medical technician named Brianna Taylor President trump although he's asked the FBI and the Justice Department to look into it. He said in a tweet calling the rioters thugs who were according to him, dishonoring the name of. Of George, floyd adding when the looting starts, shooting starts twitter flag that as Glorifying Violence Colin Kaepernick supporting civility when civility leads to death or bolting. The only logical reaction is Cuba was supposed to be on Good Morning America said he doesn't want to be on Good Morning America because he's in no mood to tell America good morning now back to the Steve Harvey Morning Show. You're listening to TAME party morning show. Guys time now for tell me something good. We've had such crazy news. Such horrible sad news this week. Here's some good news from Steve Harvey. Morning Show am I my brother's keeper Denzel. Washington got out of his car. He was in Los Angeles. He got out of his car to help a homeless man evade oncoming traffic and to help him to safety. Safety Denzel was wearing his mask can help the man who was not wearing a mask to safety and stayed with him after the police arrived, Denzel also gave them in something to eat and drink, and he comforted the man This is according to people magazine. Although the police initially detained the man for unknown reasons, he was quickly released so good for. The. Desire because he had a mask. On the end cap on. Dress Dan. You don't want to. Back Track Man. We're going. Random. Did Dennis, brother, man him and his wife man are really. Venison's some really really special people and they really cool. It really. Income not surprised man. He's easy easy easy to do. Yeah. Carla that has never happened to us and Denzel. Carin helped us any and I'm glad because we would have never heard the Indians. Would've raised. Call. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Tommy these to embarrass. To. At Foundation gala zeal. These who? Dealt with an age limit this much damn groupie. Not Auto. GROUP ASKS DOWN Somewhere Steve here. He comes introducing. Constantly How's? It was Denzel okay. Up Against that fall in. Over heels polls. Poll. This was. I think that's what they're not getting Carla. Del. Through through? No I'll. I'M GONNA. Tell you one thing I'm gonNA. Tell you how good actor he is, don't. Watch Eli full time for on Line Book. I I. I watch movie full-time. Today finally told me he was blind. Birds. Coming up in thirty four minutes after the Hour Colin capper Nick said it's time for a revolution, and he supports the violent protests. We'll talk about it right after this. You're listening. Party morning show. We? Have all been.

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"derek show" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"derek show" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Drag race against. Another episode. Episode. Yeah Rupaul was different that one right down. Good note this season. Right here. You born rare for all. I can tell you tune in. Because I. I've I went to Rupaul. Say Hey, man, look. I don't know how to handle this, so just walk me through. This hour won't say none crazy. Lose my job. I said this TV. Just walk me through. High referred everybody. And it was his one moment. That one dude man is massive. He was. Really be. At least three three. Wow? We'll check it out for liberty. Family sequence jumpsuit on this Sunday nine eight PM seven central. It's on ABC time for headline. Steve Ladies and Gentlemen Miss An trip. Thank you very much. This is Andrew with the news. Okay? Almost the whole country, still reacting to the video of the last minutes of the life of a black man, named George, Floyd, dead officials say to a now fired white minneapolis cop named Derek Show von seen on video, grinding his knee into Mr Floyd's neck for some seven seventy eight minutes as floyd says he can't Breathe Minneapolis May Jacob Fry says he'd like to see. Criminal charges filed every second of which he could have removed his knee. From George Floyd's neck. Every one of which he could have listened to community around him, clearly saying that he needed to stop, I saw no threat. I saw nothing. That would signal that this kind of force was necessary. Why is the man who killed George? Floyd, not in jail, and that's the mayor of Minneapolis. George Floyd Brother felonious. Put it all low in human term. But I had to watch the video though four offices. They executed my brother. The paramedics they drug him across the ground out of medicine, CPR. No empathy, no compassion. Nobody else showed it nobody. Activists yesterday community people scrawled words murderer. A murderer lives here outside Derek show WTN's house while the head of the Minneapolis Police Department called for an end to the protests, vandalism and looting activists say chief Madeira, or Redondo seemed more concerned about property than people, the University of Minnesota whose main campuses in Minneapolis as announced it will no longer contracting many meet Minneapolis Police Department to provide any additional policing duties for large events at the college like the Division One football games, meanwhile, protests continued last night all over the place demonstrators, black, white and brown took to the streets of not only Minneapolis. DENVER, Memphis, Phoenix Phoenix Columbus Ohio and New York City. What happened.

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"derek show" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"derek show" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gases from power plants larsen who monitors carbon pollution for their rhodium group says that move won't be felt right away but it will a difference five or ten years from now wish continued emission reductions over the next few years because a lot of those investments have been made that the long term signals i really dismay trump has also rattled policy provocative rhetoric name powell an embarrassment for example and threatening to pull out of the north american free trade agreement congress and his own advisers have tried to sand off seven rougher edges but the rest of the world has taken derek show leg of the german marshall fund says if trump follows through on a narrowly defined america first agenda other countries will go there uh what you're seeing i think is the accelerator being pushed down on the host american world during the president's asia gene owl other countries will relaunch their effort of asiapacific gbp minus the united states meanwhile one of the biggest changes on the president's gget tax overhaul that measure could have a dramatic effect on business government first opposite an income inequality if it makes it through congress trump has an embassy time tax plan hoping to sign near here but even if the ship moves more like obed than a speed boat captain trump is determined to chart course scott horsely npr uh china's cowboys star running back kgb has lost his latest attempt to block a sixgame suspension related to domestic violence allegations name day in new york city threemember panel of federal judges ruled against eliana and four national football league which suspended in back in august joining me now uh peer sports corresponding jean goldman and tom what more can you tell us about this decision when robert it didn't take long for this panel from the second us circuit court of appeals a today's hearing reportedly lasted over half hour named quickly made their decision and a means the sixgame suspension is back in it's been often on numerous times since it was handed down in august it means he won't play this sunday in the cowboys game against the atlanta falcons uh in if the suspension holds us time it means he'll be out for six weeks a critical period cowboys trying to make the playoffs elliott yagudin secondly the cowboys won't be as good without him every decision so in this case has been met with.

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