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"derrick sheldon" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Us on a Tuesday. Ladies and gentlemen one year ago today. It was the day that George Floyd Murdered. By Derrick Sheldon, who soon enough we'll be finding out his fate of how many years will be spending behind bars, but that was one year ago. Has a lot changed in one year. I would argue. Probably not. But we've heard Republicans and Democrats have come together. Many agree On this. George Floyd Justice and Policing Act of 2020 now passed the house. But it is not yet passed. The Senate Republicans and Democrats are still working to negotiate, which is fine. I think that's a good thing. There's a lot of good things in this bill. One person that might disagree with me is the guy we have with us on the line. His name is Joe Gilbert. He's been on this show before he is the creator of the Trayvon Martin Hoax, the tray, von hoax and a good filmmaker, and we're gonna get it. Ah, hopefully a very good discussion about these issues. Joel. Thank you so much for joining us. How are you? Great to be back? Thank you. Thanks job. So let me start by saying this. The George Fly Justice and Policing Act includes a lot of things, including lowering the criminal intent standard from willful knowing or reckless to convict a law enforcement officer. It limits qualified immunity as a defense to liability in a private civil action against the law enforcement officer grants administrative subpoena power. The Department of Justice in pattern or practice investigations. So I guess my first question to you is why would you disagree with those? Have a lot of problems. All of this. First of all, It's based on the premise that the death of George Floyd, which occurred by all accounts, obviously not on purpose. It was some kind of an accident based on Derek Children. Possibly continuing to put his shoulder on his neck slash shoulder area. We have differing accounts of autopsy if that caused the death or if it was caused by a sentinel on drug overdose or heart disease. It's somehow that that one incident is indicative of how all policing happens in the United States, and therefore we need to change policing and this is the fraudulent narrative of the left. They take one incident which actually probably never really happened like they He said. It happened within 24 hours. Of course. Wait. Hold on a second. Do you really believe That this is about one incident because not one black person that I've spoken when I've spoken to. Many have said that this is about one incident, and I just wanted to mention this. You mentioned that he could have died from heart failure or other things. There were two autopsies in both. Claimed at the end of the autopsy. And most importantly that it was a homicide last I checked when somebody does an autopsy. They don't say somebody died of heart failure or heart attack or drug overdose and label of homicide. Write anything that there's someone dies at the hands of someone else. Initially, that's ruled a homicide and then it's said later. They say, Well, was it intentional was an unintentional was it caused by other mitigating factors that comes out after the fact? But my main point is that you know, Ben Crump shows up within 24 hours and says This is definitely racism and therefore you need to change policing. I want $20 million And the media and the mob's go along with it. And now we have a situation where the local D A S are now indicting police officers already just based on an allegation with no investigation. So already. We have a very dangerous precedent. So what officer has been indicted with no investigation. What In their shot, Brooks case. Ralph Garrett Rappin in Atlanta was was indicted, marking the game's working again. It was an investigation and he's back to work, which, by the way, I agree with you not back to work. They simply reinstated him instead of firing him because it was, they said It was done illegally. You can't go in and fire him in charge him with murder within 24 hours that an investigation the Georgia Bureau of Investigation was still investigating. But my main point of this is I don't believe the scam is Trump in the Democrats and BLM. Come and say this is racism. And this is all policing. Not much change, and we need to pass laws. We need change the way we live and the way police everything. No, You're you're You're totally right. The what dammit! What Democrats in mainstream media does is they take they take an anecdotal example. And they use it. They use it to push whatever narrative they want to push to get laws changed. And in this in this case joke Can you explain to the audience how important cause Was losing qualified immunity, in my opinion would mean losing about half of police officers Must there pays at least tripled? Can you? Can you explain how how dangerous police officers losing qualified immunity could could be for the safety the United States of America? Right, so there's several things in their police have to have the freedom to act in split second decisions. When there's ah crime taking place when their pride protect someone when someone resists arrest with violence or tries to escape their to make split second decisions. Now they're saying that Those decisions or if something goes wrong, terribly wrong, necessarily like it did in the case of George Floyd or Dante, right? He was resisting arrest. There was a terrible mistake. Kimberly Potter thought she was You know, he jumped back in the car. They thought he was going to start driving off. You could injure somebody. She thought she was going to shoot him with a Taser. Accidentally shot him with the gun. Really stupid mistake, But anything that's deemed a mistake or is a mistake or even if it's not now you no longer have any immunity of prosecution. Also another problem. Why would you not? Let's go one at a time? Why would you not be okay with that? Are you okay with telling the family of Dante? Right? And by the way, I think you'll agree. Just because you resist arrest doesn't give a police officer the right to use deadly force. Are you okay? To tell the family of Dante, right? Oops. Made a mistake. She shouldn't be prosecuted. Why would you be okay with that? Shouldn't she be prosecuted? That's more than just a mistake. A mistake is locking your keys in your car if she killed him. Look, we have to have functional police officers in the country. She obviously was a terrible mistake. It's just like A doctor, a surgeon. If a surgeon is operating on a patient and accidentally uses the wrong tool or cuts him in a certain way on, he's harmed or it dies in surgery. That surgeon can be fired. That surgeon can be sued. That's why they make sure I understand why you wouldn't put the surgeon in jail because it's a different anymore. Certainly, if you look at medical malpractice, it's the third leading leading cause of death in the last five years. So Joe, let's talk, and that's that's about 300,000. Plus people every single year..
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"You start with this? By the way, one other juror or is in the Derrick Sheldon case has spoken out, and one of the things, he said, is that he hopes that the verdict will spark changes within the police department. Suggesting that that might have been his agenda as opposed to finding out whether this man is guilty or innocent. And it turns out that he was asked whether he or some relative attended any sort of black lives matter Rally or any probe. George Floyd rally. He said. No Turns out there's a photograph. Surfacing with him wearing a George Floyd Black lives matter Type of T shirt on on members of his family did go to a rally in Washington, D. C. And he either very, very How can I put it carefully answered the question. Or answer the question and a misleading if not untruthful way. The lawyers for defense, not too surprisingly, have found yet another motion for a retrial. All of that later on in the program, But back to this woman I've told you that pole's going back over several years done by a polling organization called Rasmussen. When blacks, Hispanics and whites were asked of these three groups, which is the more likely to be racist. Hispanics. That blacks White said blacks Blacks. Said blacks What this woman said. Mind boggling. You're a Mexican murderer. You're going to murder my son. You're just jealous because I have a Mercedes. You're gonna kill my son and me. By the way, he knows he's he said to her smile. You're on camera. I think he probably thought he met your filming me. When in fact he was telling her that she was being filmed. And apparently later on, according to some local reporters, she filed a claim of her harassment. This is obviously before she knew She was being filmed. It is illegal to falsely accuse an officer of harassment. So let's find out where they're not. She's gonna be facing additional charge from that. What a way to Role model for her son, assuming her son was in the car. Now, This is a juror or named Brandon Mitchell. He served in the Derrick Show Vin jury, and here's what he said on the morning show. We're talking to Brandon Mitchell. He was juror number 52 in the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial. Brandon before we wrap many people don't like jury duty and probably wouldn't.
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Okay. I'm not a bad guy before God, With the use of video on the rise in court cases, attorneys are also more sophisticated about tapping into its power. The prosecution and defense offered divergent interpretations of the harrowing scenes of George Floyd's arrest. But getting a jury to see a video in the same light is key. Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, who organized the prosecution team, says they put a lot of thought into how best to use the videos to emphasize the testimony of eye witnesses. And to help the jury understand the case, as opposed to just just dump in video on top of them. Can you overdo the video? Can you play it so many times that you basically Make people numb to it. Videos can be very strong evidence, says University of Chicago Law school professor Sharon Fairley. Six years ago, she headed the agency responsible for investigating alleged Chicago police misconduct. That was after a judge ordered the video release of a controversial police shooting. It showed then Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke Shooting 17 year old Laquan McDonald 16 Times, Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder. We've seen a lot of these videos come out in the last few weeks, and they are really hard to watch in. Many cases fairly warns that video doesn't guarantee a guilty verdict during a trial, but she says there are other ways it can be useful there. Heart wrenching, but there it is important because It's how we learn about how the police Department is operating so that we can then make change if it's appropriate. It's a reckoning for how we look at policing, she says. And for how police officers learned to do their job, you know used to be the time when police would look at things and say, Well, we don't want to Monday morning Quarterback Chuck Wexler is executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum. An organization that focuses on policing issues. Today videos are making us think how we training officers. What should have been done. How do we intervene? So if you have an officer say who's had a serious of complaints? You can review their body one video camera to see, you know, have they changed their behavior and there have been changes. The state of New York banned the use of choke holds, and the aftermath of the deaths of Eric Garner and George Floyd both repeatedly cried out. They couldn't breathe when restrained by police. In Chicago and elsewhere training directive say an officer must intervene when there's misconduct by a colleague. The body camera video is to be the witness. But the Department of Justice says only about half the law enforcement agencies in the country have the technology. Arizona State University professor Michael White helps run the DOJ is training program for body worn cameras, he says agencies without cameras often cite cost is a barrier. But we've gotten to the point now where the public expects police officers to have body worn cameras and When police department doesn't And there's an incredible incident of shooting a pursuit a use of force and there's no footage. You know the community's upset. White says The new grant program will help smaller police departments pay for the cameras. And he says there's definitely a benefit. While video convey Allah date claims of police abuse that have often been dismissed. It can also protect officers who may be wrongfully accused. We've been listening there to NPR's Cheryl Corley, who is still with us and Cheryl. I just want to note the goal has been or at least one goal that if police war cameras it would reduce future instances of police misconduct. Is that happening? It really seems to be a mixed bag, Steve. Even during the Derrick Sheldon trial, there was a shooting in a Minneapolis suburb after officers pulled over Dante right for traffic stop. Those officers did have body cameras, and one of them is been charged now with manslaughter, so there's really been a lot of uncertainty over whether the technology is actually helpful. However, there've been lots of studies, the latest one by the consul in criminal justice and the University of Chicago Crime lab. It found that complaints against police fell by 17% and that the actual use of force fell by nearly 10% in the department's They studied where police were body cameras, so Obviously not a panacea, but limited research shows that type of video can be beneficial, and, they say, also cost effective. Cheryl When you were talking about training Barrows thinking about the way that athletes use game films and wondering if police are now able to do almost the same thing, whether the traffic stop went well or badly, just go back routinely and look at how they did and critique their own performance. Well, I think part of the problem is that there is so much video that they don't necessarily look at incidents unless there's a problem. But what has happened is that there are training sessions that are held by departments and they'll look at these incidents that occur and say, Let's talk about What went right here and let's talk about what went wrong. That's NPR's Cheryl Corley..
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Mexican racist. What is that name? Yes, On the citation, man. Here you go. Mexican racist. You're always gonna be a Mexican. You'll never be white. You know that right? You'll never be white. Which is what you really want to be a good travel today. You want to be quite so bad. Where do you start with this? By the way, one other juror or is in the Derrick Sheldon case has spoken out, and one of the things, he said, is that he hopes that the verdict will spark changes within the police department. Suggesting that that might have been his agenda as opposed to finding out whether this man is guilty or innocent. And it turns out that he was asked whether he or some relative attended any sort of black lives matter Rally or any probe. George Floyd rally. He said. No Turns out there's a photograph. Surfacing with him wearing a George Floyd Black lives matter Type of T shirt on on members of his family did go to a rally in Washington, D. C. And he either very, very How can I put it carefully answered the question. Or answer the question and a misleading if not untruthful way. The lawyers for defense, not too surprisingly, have found yet another motion for a retrial. All of that later on in the program, But back to this woman I've told you that pole's going back over several years done by a polling organization called Rasmussen. When blacks, Hispanics and whites were asked of these three groups, which is the more likely to be racist. Hispanics. That blacks White said blacks Blacks. Said blacks What this woman said. Mind boggling. You're a Mexican murderer. You're going to murder my son. You're just jealous because I have a Mercedes. You're gonna kill my son and me. By the way, you know if he's he said to her smile. You're on camera. I think he probably thought he met your filming me. When in fact he was telling her that she was being filmed. And apparently later on, according to some local reporters, she filed a claim of her harassment. This is obviously before she knew She was being filmed. It is illegal to falsely accuse an officer of harassment. So let's find out where they're not. She's gonna be facing an additional charge from that. What a way to Role model for her son, assuming her son was in the car. Now, This is a juror or named Brandon Mitchell. He served in the Derrick Show Vin jury, and here's what he said on a morning show. We're talking to Brandon Mitchell. He was juror number 52 in the Derrick Show Vin murder trial. Brandy before we wrap many people don't like jury duty and probably wouldn't respond to the letter that you get in the mail. So what message would you leave to those about saying yes to jury duty. I mean, it's just important if we want to see some change when people things going differently. We got to get out there and get into these avenues to get into these rooms. Toe. Try to spark some change trying..
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I'm Steve Coming. Minnesota Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar says Change of racial injustice is needed in the U. S. Following the Derrick Sheldon verdict, You cannot confuse accountability for truth Justice, speaking on a panel on NBC's Meet the Press She urged Congress to pass the George Floyd Justice and Policing Act to continue to move forward on the same program. Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said law enforcement needs more peer intervention. What we need is form or good officers to step up without being retaliated against and without being punished for having stepped up to do the right thing. Meanwhile in Virginia state trooper has been fired for his behavior when he stopped the black man in 2019 for an expired inspection detail. That's been right here, buddy. Sir. I'm gonna my last up. On camera, right? I mean, those you're gonna confront awarded all creation. I'm gonna give you one more chance. I'm being friends. The driver's attorney says Officer Charles Hewitt was fired for cause months after that stop in Woodbridge. Derek Thompson sued, calling the troopers behavior unconscionable and got a $20,000 settlement this month. State police did not admit to any wrongdoing. Thompson also pleaded guilty to misdemeanor obstruction of justice. You've heard by now the cicadas air coming. The large, creepy bugs will be emerging on Mass starting next month. One local county is giving them a big welcome. We're in the hospitality industry. And so with the cicadas arriving as visitors here and Fairfax County, we're just encouraging everyone to make them feel as welcome as possible marketing director Patrick Lennon with visit Fairfax. It's created a sick AWS ago game..
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That allowed to prove that the beast and decide that they're largely expressed that, uh, population sometimes mis understandings publicly. It's an investment. I mean, this is the door locked to settle for claiming is happening, you know? No wonder here's anybody who's been in what what happened in the last year would have been had killed a soldier. But you know the protest going on. Nobody gets. You know, Uh, well, there were a lot of changes in the in those years. Let's face it. Certainly things were very bad up to slavery. After slavery. They got slightly better. But it was still Jim Crow. And after about 60 some years ago, they have at least in terms of institutional ism. They leased on paper gotten better. The law has been on the side of justice. And I'd like to Dr Price to comment on that. I'm gonna be hard to Love together. Let's say 16 21 with 2021. They certainly aren't the same. No, no, they are the same. And then again, we cannot overlook the fact that are very far foundation. Racism and slavery contributed to the formation of our land. Yes, there were a lot of things done wrong And And and I, for one, you know, can say I've experienced it. But we've done a lot right? And I think that if we're going to go forward ah, lot of what we did fix should be promoted. There are young people whose achievements are not getting recognized, getting drowned out and totally diminished because of this whole racial ploy. I call it employed because I know that race. Racism does exist. I kind of call it when I'm because I have a mix church. I kind of call it. Race conditioning. We are very conditioned to started the skin that is our country. That's what we've been at. That's where we've been, and if we can stop at the starting at the skin, we can probably find all of the things That work in all of the things that we did, right? Come on, Jim. I am on the phone with you today. A black woman on the phone with you today. I'm like man. Yeah. I mean, how did that happen? So we've nothing if nothing changed. How did this happen? You know, I just got elected to a position in a in a prompt predominantly right White city today. How's that? So I think we need to also remind people they're not all of us are still back there on the farm or in the plantation again. If we need to remind people that certainly things aren't perfect yet that they aren't as bad as they once were, either. I mean, I think reflection of reality should note. We have made some progress. And now let's make the rest of it. Scott in Miami joins us now. Hello, Scott. Yes, I cut our evening, Mr. Bohannon. Dr. Price what I'm concerned about. It's whatever the results of the Derrick Sheldon trial. My fears is that a horrific race was will explode across America. L Shop and Jesse Jackson. Barack Obama. Maxine Waters are fanning the flames of racial hatred and we add to the equation also the toward sorrows finances. Have chief and black lives matter to me is a chapter. Well, we've loved an awful lot of people together in one in one pot. I would just take hope from the fact that what you did not see from the Derrick showman trial was Widespread destruction across the country to the contrary, and s 00. I certainly don't agree with your apocalyptic vision. Scott. Paula are Dr Price. Pardon me? I don't know you that well there. Go ahead. That's OK. Paul is fine. You know, um I think that again, just the fact that he can call all of those names. Those air people of color who have arrived. Many of them have not lived the black experience, you know, I mean, you have to be somewhat privileged to be in those seats to even qualify to be elected. So I mean, how much could you have? We're coming up on a breaker. That doesn't move. I want you to finish your thought. When we come back our computers about to kick us off and we'll be back in just a moment. Listen to the Kentucky.
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"It out right now, already, well begin with a simple fact for left for the media for the Democratic Party. The only thing that matters that the cops are bad doesn't matter if the cops are trying to say black people, The cops are bad. And every incident of police violence in America that involves a white police officer and a black suspect. Any incident that goes wrong or even in which the police do their duty. All of those incidents are just emblematic of systemic police racism. This is a point that I made with regard to the Derrick Sheldon trial. Whatever you think about showman, what do you think that he was guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter, which is sort of odds and 2nd 3rd degree murder have different elements. But even if you believe that he was guilty of all of the elements of all of those murders And all of those charges. Even if you believe all of that there was one charge that Derek Sheldon was convicted in the entire system was convicted of it. That was systemic American racism, and the argument is entirely circular. Derek Sheldon, There's no evidence showing that he killed George Boy because George Boy was black. None. Not an iota, not a scintilla. The prosecution never even did that made that argument. And yet Derek Sherman was used as the Perfect example. Case. A case one A exhibit one A in the American police are systemically racist. Argument. And the idea was that because of people like they're showing the American police are systemically Racists. Also, we have no evidence that Derek Sherman was actually a racist. So what That means is that American police being systemically Racists. That's why he did. This is perfectly circular. Eric Sheldon is systemically racist because the system is systemically racist, which is systemically racist because Derek Sherman is systemically Racists. No point You actually have to show racism anywhere in here. And that's why the Derek Sherman story was a national story, of course, because otherwise it's just a local crime story. Otherwise, it's just a story of a cop acting in a brutal way. That's not national news story. But the idea from the entire media from the White House where The president and co president spoke The entire story from the left in this country is that every police department is built along the lines of Derek Sheldon. Systemic Racism isn't part of our policing is part of our entire way of life. And this is how you have CBS News featuring the racial grifter Abram ex candy. Talking about how the Derrick Sheldon trial is just indicative of how deeply racist America is, He says It is not just Derek Sherman, who's on travels, all of America goes on trial. Now you know what I can guarantee you that the vast majority of police officers In America. We're not engaging in this sort of activity in which Derek Children was allegedly engaging. This is but everyone is guilty, and that's the entire argument. The entire argument is that all of America is guilty now. The fact that Intermix can use being featured on national loses in and of itself insane, considering that Intermix Candy is an actual tyrant. Has suggested that there be a federal Department of anti racism and UN elected body of people who are capable of striking down any law or regulation, federal, state or local that ends within equality of outcome. Which is just fascism. But in moments Kenny is considered an expert on race for the great reason that he parents in worst writing the ideas of Derek Bell and Richard Salgado about critical race theory, and now he is considered a great thought leader. Jack Dorsey donated $10 million to his center for anti racism, which today has produced no serious research. Here is ever makes Kenny being featured on CBS News and explaining why the Derrick Sheldon try was really about systemic police races and truly about systemic American race is more broadly. Show Vin is headed to jail. But is America headed to justice? Is justice, convicting a police officer or is justice.
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on KOMO
"Day. We have currently got cloudy skies downtown. And 50 teeth. Two degrees should continue. Now with our top stories in the comer 24 7 News Center. It's about to get easier for police departments to fire misbehaving officers comes Colin Handke reports a newly passed law. Is the state's latest police accountability measures. The measure now headed for the governor's desk, calls for an officer to be de certified. That is to lose their license to police if they are found guilty of misconduct, including bias and use of excessive force. It gives the state certain oversight powers to root out those bad apples. Speaking in support is Elaine Simon's, whose foster son was killed by an Auburn police officer known for his previous excessive use of force. Families like my need to know that when officers and local departments bell to protect the community that state oversight will be there for them, so under the new law, a searchable database will reveal an officer's previous disciplinary history. Helping to prevent bad cops from hiring on with a new agency. Corwin Hague COMA NEWS Just days after the Derrick Sheldon conviction, the pressure is on to reform. The Seattle Police Department compost Patrick Quinn reports the community Police Commission. Has launched a new Web site to show the public how SPD is changing and highlight areas where they believe the department still fall short for any grant with the city's community Police Commission argued. It's one thing to say change is happening. She wants to see it. The proof is in the Clinton. I'm ready to see it. Show me show US. CPC officials say some of the most urgent recommended changes that have not yet been implemented. Include banning blast balls and tear gas of protests and requiring police to document why they order certain protests to disperse SPD is failure to implement these recommendations has contributed to the failures we've seen in policing over the past year and longer. Seattle police says they are working on these changes. In fact, CPC recognizes of the recommendations Seattle police.
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Concerned about Significant severe weather threat across north Central and east Texas with a high of 76 right now. W b a P. 55 degrees Dr Jim Cox is with us right now, Law enforcement expert Donna Tarleton. When we hear the Derrick Sheldon had 22, I guess accusations against him in his file. Is that normal? Should he have still been on the job? Well, you know, it's really looking at a kind of Ah, I don't know. Last like a myopic Spot blast. I don't know the circumstances 22 complaints and and he's got a long tenure there in Minneapolis. Now I will say this is my my 34 years of chief of police. I Conducted hundreds of complaints on police officers, many of them I have to say we're spurious. You know, people would complain against the police officer for not smiling, Uh, they would complain against police officer because he did smile after writing a ticket. Or I had I had. You know, I've had you can just a man and then you know what is the chief? I would ask. What is that? I could do to make this right. Well, I want to take it this mist. So I get it. I get it. I understand, But I said, Well, I could look at the behavior of the police officer. Had better set the time. The office rather has filed this so the court will have to rule on the case. But I would I would have to say that The number itself over a long tenure police career I would have to look at the the circumstances for each, but 20 I'm also had constant worked for me for 15 or plus years and never had a complaint. Never not once. But you didn't have 22 on your file, Did you? Well, no. Well, maybe because I control my own file, which is the way that's the way you want to get too, right. That's the way it on Yeah. Football complaint told me all the time. Yeah. No, I said, Yeah, That's a good point, too. You know, you got to understand the context of complaint. I do believe that the complaints that police departments get are taken seriously. On their evaluated there, investigated and evaluated based on Circumstances in those cases. Remember that many states? I don't know of one that doesn't provide for due process. Police officers who have citizen complaints filed against them, so there's a certain process that has to be followed. Um Are there. Cops on the job should be on the job. Absolutely. Uh, And I think we see a lot of that, in like in Texas. We have civil service that has a certain level of protection process its owners on chiefs. That's very makes it very difficult. You just get a bad cop out off force, and in many cases, their decisions to get rid of the bad cop is overturned by a Third party hearing examiner, who's only best interest is getting rehired for the next year. After Gamecocks always appreciate the time. Thank you for the insight into this is where Dr Cox, by the way, who was hey was a police? You kind of course. A cannon Donna Murphy as well. Right now part of Alec. Still, Carmen's Carl the state program, then that's a good program. It is a terrific program, buddy. Yeah, it is. 7 28. W B A p How coming up at 7 45 We little throwback Thursday today who you got lined up for us. Little Shorty. Lavender. There, you world's greatest jockey. Just asking Shorty Lavender That's coming up, Nicolo say has the 7 30 news Next North Texas, Laters, making plans on ways to spend federal covered 19 relief dollars. Details next, All looking for ways to save money, aren't we wanted to look at your Homeowners insurance. See if there's a way to say that there I found you want all you gotta do is text the word save s a V e 2 to 3 to 3 to 3 text him that word. They're gonna text you back asking for your home address. She sent.
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on KPCC
"We've got to sit down. And say, Hey, this America's out America and let's have the conversation. That's Pastor Patrick Envelops the past red resurrect Resurrection Houston Church in Houston, Texas, and he was a friend of George Floyd's pastor and Polo. Thank you for your time. It was my pleasure. I'm Jenn White will be back with more in a moment. This is one, eh? This is Jennifer calling from Little Rock, Arkansas and in response to the Derrick Sheldon verdict, You know, it feels like we take one step forward and then two steps backwards because this morning I was just reading about a young girl who was shot and killed by police and Columbus, Ohio, which is completely heartbreaking. And I just hope that our government officials and city leaders can come together and tried to come up with a solution to the epidemic of police, violence and gun violence in America. Yes. Weeknights at nine. Check out our newest show on point. Here's what's on tonight Against the backdrop of the Derrick Show Vin trial, and After a year of racial reckoning, Americans are confronted with yet more brutal footage of police killings of black and brown Americans. What does true accountability and reform look like? I'm.
"derrick sheldon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"He pumps out a statement after this verdict is read today, and he ties in Briana Taylor's name who was shot here by our police department. One of those police officers has charges lodging against him. And in the mayor's statement, he talks about the inequitable justice system and trauma that's been caused for people of color and racial inequities and all the systems meant to serve and protect all people, especially communities of color. Is he stepping on thin ice in terms of this Louisville cop hasn't been on trial yet. But here is His boss, essentially the mayor of the city. Making it sound like you know, he's you know, honestly, Jerry, I don't know. I didn't hear the comments today there and I don't know that the case well enough, but I again no doubt if the defense can bring something up and try at the time that go for a mistrial or a change of venue. They No doubt will. But you know again, politicians make comments all the time. I did the difference being in the end. What? We were hearing from Maxine Waters, really on the Down the road of threatening that there would be a reaction from the crowd. If If she didn't get what she wanted, or telling the crowd that she was speaking to if they didn't get what they wanted, that they'd been there could be violence and then could be problems again in the streets. And at least that's the road that the defense was arguing yesterday in court. Now they expand that as they try the appellate process. Then then, that would be their prerogative to try to do that. That was really the concern that the judge said and went down the road of you. You may have an appeal, Possibly they're going forward. But it will be up to an appellate court. I mean, they'll have to look at that and say, Did she prejudice the jury? Potentially Was there some impact on it? And an appellate court may say no. Or they may say yes and then they could possibly You don't get get something out of it and potentially be able to get a new trial. But they would have tol really show that burden and there'd be a lot they have to put into that. Beyond Derek Sheldon's inner circle and people that are aligned with him. I would think that today's verdict also weighs heavily on Kim Potter, the police officer who says she accidentally Shot Mr Wright's week or so ago with a gun when she thought it was a Taser. Well, yeah, quite possibly. And I was again the Brooklyn station community last week covering that case, and they're very worried on the side of The defense and her team of being prejudiced by what went on in the Derrick Sheldon trial. They're probably gonna ask for a change of venue. Assuming it goes that far. If there is not a deal mated some point or Guilty verdict did they would probably ask to go somewhere else, saying this area is now way too prejudiced by everything that that happened by Children, but that is still way down the road. She won't even be back in court for cheddar very quick, initial appearance couple of days ago to be back in court in a couple of weeks, potentially enter a plea. And she could potentially unlikely but could go guilty. And then we're talking another year down the road before we get to this point where we are now, So that is all. Just pure speculation right now, before we get there, Alex really appreciate your input. Thanks so much. You got it. Thanks very much. All right, Alex Stone line from Los Angeles. Haley, Uh, that was quite a dramatic scene today in that courtroom man. And as first of all looking in the court, sing all the glass up to keep people safe, everyone six ft apart and then to see outside in the streets and Where George Floyd was killed, seeing all the demonstrators in them calling out the guilty plea. I mean, it was In unreal. Yes. Oh, I wonder what this evening what that could lead to last night. There were some people creating some disruptions here in Louisville. And You know that was ahead of the George Floyd. Police killer. Now we can call man because the conviction is in But it was also related to the man being punched the other day. By the Louisville police officer, So people were gathered to full, really, I guess last night ahead of the show Vin verdict announcement and in the case here in Louisville and on Bardstown Road last night, understand there was disruption again and people surrounding cars. And some of that. I don't know what it was on a grand scale. But it did happen last night, And then there were some people downtown. So What do you suppose happens this evening? Well, when what's interesting is that it was enough that l m p d tweeted today and you, I think, retweeted them. Ah little blurb about. We're not expecting any violence. But the only way we'll interact is if something goes wrong and they Felt enough concern that they released a statement. So that makes me think if the police think it's going to be a big deal. I mean, maybe there will be a giant group doing something downtown for sure. L M p D did release this statement. They say we remain committed to peaceful expression of views. We don't anticipate the need for police intervention. As long as there's no threats, personal or public safety, they continue. We will enforce laws regarding the barricading of streets by non law enforcement, impeding traffic or attempting to threaten or force people not involved in the events. From their intended destination. That's the official statement from El MPD. All right, we'll have a special on the Derrick Show Vin Case outcome at seven o'clock tonight from ABC News here on news radio, a 40 WHS back with Haley and the knobs and a few Finding great.
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"From NPR news in Washington. And we're speaking with NPR's Cheryl Corley, who is in Minneapolis covering this verdict that we're waiting any moment in a courtroom there. Cheryl, please go on. You were you were describing. I was just talking about you know other officers here in this state where who've been charged a zoo result of someone being shot or killed or Or something like that, And a couple of years ago, jurors did find a Minneapolis police officer. Guilty on was convicted of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for killing AH woman who had called police for on a 911 call because she had suspected a sexual assault was occurring near her home. That is the only many Minnesota police officer who has actually been found guilty of any kind of charge and is serving time. In prison right now. So you know, whatever happens with Derek showman, he may become the second officer. Maybe not. But that's kind of the situation here right now. That is NPR's Cheryl Corley in Minneapolis. Cheryl. I know you will be with us all through what promises to be a long night, a much anticipated night with the verdict coming into the Derrick Sheldon trial, Ari The city. Minneapolis is on edge this evening, and we're going to go now to John Collins of Minnesota Public radio who is downtown. Hi, John. Hey, how's it going? All right. We've seen images of boarded up businesses. Can you just tell us about the scene where you are? Sure I'm in downtown right now. And, uh, many of the buildings that are around the government center are boarded up, and there's also very high security. There's tall fences, concrete barriers, barbed wire in some cases around government buildings here, So it's ah Pretty tense scene as far as that, which also includes National Guardsmen and their armored vehicles. And, um US groups of you know citizens who are showing up toe. Find out the verdict for themselves right here. One of the citizens saying that you're talking to You know, I'm in the media center. So I'm covering the actual president. All right, and spoken to them any sure can you just tell us about like what people are anticipating tonight? Are the street's going to be full of people, No matter what the verdict is well, I think a lot of people, especially in the neighborhoods in Minneapolis and ST Paul, that were affected by unrest following your exploits, killing Are awful feeling anxious about exactly how this is all going to turn out. I mean, even outside downtown in the neighborhoods, many, um main businesses on Main streets, same self. Minneapolis Lake Street, which was hit hard by looting are also boarded up on Bear National Guard on corners. So there's a lot of anxiety certainly in the city about what is gonna happen. The verdict's gonna be and then what The response is going to be from both protesters and people in the community who have lived through the last year here. You know the last year as you've described as in some ways, change the world. I mean, the name of George Floyd has been chanted all over the world. And you are a reporter in Minneapolis who also lives in that city. Do you think The events of this year have changed the way Minneapolis sees itself. E think was a wake up call. Sure, many people, especially white people in Minneapolis, that this long running, um, treatment of African Americans, specifically and black people in the twin cities is something that needs to be resolved. And, um, apartment that I think it did take a hit Minneapolis's reputation or concept of itself as You know, a progressive city that office people opportunities that has Ah, you know, higher standard of living than many other different states because there are deep seated disparities here across law enforcement across the criminal justice system and across economics, So I do think that it made Minneapolis think differently about itself and where wants to move in the future. Because you've been covering this trial over the last few weeks. Has there been one moment of testimony. One witness who stood out to you? I've covered the trial charges so many, many months and, um during testimony, the witness is that really stood out to me where the original ones the bystanders who were on the sidewalk watching what happened to George Floyd. And, um they're emotional testimony opened up this entire trial and really set the standards for, um, how the prosecution was gonna proceed. John Collins of Minnesota Public Radio. Thank you for your reporting. The judge is apparently arriving on the scene there. The courthouse We're waiting for the verdict in the murder trial of Derrick Show been accused of the killing of George Floyd kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and 29 seconds. Believe the judges speaking let's listen..
Judge in Chauvin Trial Calls Maxine Waters' Comments 'Abhorrent'
"The judge Anne Derrick Sheldon's murder trial has denied a defense request for a mistrial following remarks from democratic congresswoman Maxine waters water says Chauvin should be convicted and if he's not protesters should get more confrontational defense lawyer Eric Nelson says that amounts to a member of Congress threatening violence is mind boggling well I'll give you the care soon waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned but while judge Peter Cahill wishes elected officials would respect the rule of law and stop talking about the case their failure to do so I think as a Hornet he's rejected Nelson's bid for a mistrial saying he doesn't think the remarks will prejudice jurors have been told not to watch the news I trust they are following those instructions audio courtesy court TV Sager mag ani Washington
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"To protect them. We put her all into covering your business so you can focus on the things you love Most. That's the power of heart acuity, insurance wholeheartedly for you. It is 5 22 just about and Glenn Marshals on Michigan Avenue This morning, I noticed the big trucks. The salt trucks standing by Glenn what's happening out there. Yeah, well, you know the city just getting off a week in a protest after the video was released a 13 year old. I don't too late. Oh, being shot by police. Now we're on Michigan Avenue right now in this store still boarded up that situation, But the National Guard will be seen on Chicago streets at the whole country braces for a verdict in the derrick showman trial there. Lori Lightfoot asked for the governor to activate the National Guard here in Chicago. So 125 members The National Guard will deploy to the city to help Chicago police manage street closures like they did last year. Governor Pritzker has also directed Illinois State police to support CPD. This comes as a jury began their deliberations on the Derrick Sheldon trial so been discharged. The death of George Floyd. The video of the death scene has been seen across the world, and it shows that More than eight minutes of solving having his knee on George Boy's neck during that arrest That happened last year, and I'm their lawyer life but did say there is no actionable intelligence, um, of anything happening at this time, but she wants the city to be fully prepared, so the National Guard will hit city streets starting around noon today. As the city braces for verdict coming out of Minneapolis today, tomorrow. I hope sometime this week possibly of that verdict to come down, so just waiting to see What's gonna happen with that trial and then the reaction to that verdict, and he's seen in the streets on Michigan Avenue at the moment, and this has been the case overnight for a while. The police cars every few blocks, right? Yeah, that's been in place since I've been here in Chicago are never started that last protest that happened around August. It was a weekend. Where the you know that The bridges had to actually be lifted up exits on the 2 90 94 all of those shut down and certain places getting into the city was really, really hard because of the protest where Michigan Avenue What's it hard? All right, from reaction to another police involved shooting that took place here in Chicago, so they're trying to be prepared. Last year, The mayor had called some slack for what people said she waited too late toe..
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"They're sponsored by team Hochberg and producer A live says that the number one joke so far you're texting in 23129817 200. Is Dave in it went to a spanking party in the Minneapolis Star Tribune. This morning, they write about a Dr Martin Tobin. Chicago physician who specializes in respiratory and critical care medicine. He was called to the stand by the prosecution in the Derrick Sheldon trial yesterday. He's written textbooks and specializes in respiratory and critical care medicine has show for decades. This is part of Chicago's Dr Martin Tobin's testimony yesterday. Have you formed an opinion to a reasonable degree of medical certainty on the cause of Mr Floyd's death? Yes, Mr Floyd died. From a low level of oxygen. Have you formed an opinion to a reasonable degree of medical certainty? Asked what the cause is, or wasp for the low level of oxygen and Mr Floyd the cause off the low level of oxygen, Woz shallow breathing. Small breaths. Small tidal volume's shallow breaths that wouldn't able to carry the air through his lungs down to the essential areas of the lungs. Get oxygen into the blood and get rid of the carbon dioxide. Asked if his pre existing conditions George Floyd's of health conditions, heart conditions, drugs in his system had anything else to do with George Floyd's death. That doctor said none whatsoever. Here is Ashleigh Banfield from the band Field show on news Nation. Tonight at nine. I actually welcome back, John. So good to be with you. So that's you know, that sounds like a slam dunk. Except, I suppose next week we'll hear an equally qualified doctors say something the exact opposite of that, huh? I don't think you have to wait till next week. I think you've been actually hear it today. Um, Here's what's so fascinating about trials in general, and I'm a bit of a nerd. Having done 15 years of trials every day is different. And when you're in a case in chief as we are right now, with the prosecution, it just always feels like a slam dunk because they're presenting Their version of events and so from one day to the next depending on you know how good the cross examination is that picking away at that case in chief, It really does feel like a heavy. You know if you're in the prosecution said he feels like a heavy for the defense. If you're in the defense side feels like a heavy for the prosecutors. Right now. We are in a real heavy, heavy time for the defense. Okay, because yesterday was a polo up. The prosecution. They hit their stride. They had V day of the trial yesterday, and most of it had to do with the person that you just played Dr Martin Children. He was incredible pulmonologist who was so engaging an expert who was so interesting, so smart, so well versed. Well research and not boring and not technical. He was very good with this jury. He made perfect sense to them. The day before, Not on last night's show. But the night before I thought you had an interesting choice of words. You said the miraculous discovery of some drugs in the back of the cruiser with Floyd Saliva on them. Is that right? Is that what happened? Yeah. I mean, this is the kind of thing you discover when you're watching trials live sort of. I call them Perry Mason moments for lack of a better description. You know what I mean? Um, you know, but but, uh all of a sudden, we discovered that there were, you know, partially consumed mess and sentinel pills in the back of the police squad car where George Boyd had been fighting with the two police officers who were trying to, you know, Come in for the bad check. This is where the first you know, One of the first resist arrest occurred and the saliva of George Floyd was on him and no other Didna, so they'd only been touched by by George Floyd in the back of that cruiser. The problem is that The police look through that cruiser. It had been impounded, but they had never discovered them until the defense months and months and months later wanted to do their own search and discovered them. And when I say that The defense wasn't allowed to touch the cruiser or seal break the seals on the cruiser in the police lockup. It was actually the police officials who had to do that, so it wasn't as though they could be planted there. Well. It wasn't a zoo the Oh, they could be planted there by the defense. I'm sorry. I just have to think like, Wow. You're telling me that months later, Lo and behold there in the back seat of the cruiser. They found drugs with George Floyd saliva on them, and nobody had noticed that the crime of the century. In Minneapolis and noble and all but wait. Hey, look over here. Here's drugs with his saliva on. Well, what do you know? We call it whiplash because that was the day before, And it was a massive day for the defense, right? And you mark my words right now that is going to be pummeled in closings. Are you kidding me? The police are trying to tell you ladies and gentlemen of the jury to listen to their credibility and to their investigative techniques of being Christine when this happened, so that's good day for the defense. But let me tell you it's almost as though they'll be amnesia after after what happened yesterday. I mean, it can't be discounted how powerful yesterday's medical experts were in saying built Think for a minute that sentinel or meth or heart condition or anything else caused this death because one of the very strong things that Dr Martin Tobin also said, was that a perfectly healthy person Let's be Frank George. Floods is not healthy. His heart was troubled. He had cove it He was riddled with loads of different drugs that you'll find out. You know, when the medical examiner comes on today, but a perfectly healthy person in that same position would have died as well. Now that is very strong, so I don't care where you need is I don't care If George Boy took drugs. There were pills in the car. Let's talk about what caused his death, and they really dispensed with cause of death being anything other than the officer or officers who were squeezing the life out of them. That's what that's what the prosecutors were able to do yesterday. Almost is beside the point. Whether or not there were drugs in the squad car or whether or not you played back. I think it's absolutely indiscernible what George Floyd said. I ate too many drugs, or I didn't take any drugs. We know he took drugs..
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"Or not investing, noting infrastructure evolves, Biden says things such as high speed Internet have become just as essential as roads and bridges. We need to start seeing infrastructures through its effect on the lives of working people in America. As for funding it through an increase in the corporate tax rate, Biden says he's not looking to punish anybody. Maybe because I come from middle class neighborhood. I'm sick and tired, ordinary people being fleeced again. The president says he's open to ideas, but I will not impose any tax increases of people making less than $400,000 a year. Ben Thomas Washington former vice president, Mike Pence, has launched a new advocacy group. Is he another Trump Administration officials look to boost their post White House plans. Hence his group. Advancing American freedom will serve as a counterpoint to President Joe Biden Agenda. As well as a potential springboard for Pence. His own presidential campaign is one of several groups launch in recent weeks by former Trump aides, who are hoping to capitalize on the former president's continued popularity with the Republican base. They include former senior policy advisor Stephen Miller, who's created a new legal group. The names to be an American Civil Liberties Union for conservatives by your reporting a use of force expert says Derrick Sheldon had his knee on George Floyd's next the entire time he was handcuffed behind his back and lying face down. Jody Staggers, a Los Angeles Police Department sergeant serving as a prosecution witness. He testified Wednesday that his review of video evidence found that Children's weight was on Floyd from the time officers put Floyd on the ground until paramedics arrived. About 9.5 minutes by prosecutors reckoning. More on these stories. Town hall that come As a follower of Christ, you are created and called for greatness. Now more than ever before, in his powerful sequel to the bestseller Kingdom Man Tony Evans Kingdom, men rising calls meant to break free of apathetic faith to take a stand do more than just exist. You have been called to rise up and influence those around you discover how when you get kingdom men rising and learn the art of intentional impact new from Tony Evans sponsored by.
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"Tons of e t o P Derrick Sheldon was face to face today with his old boss at his murder trial in Minneapolis. We're testimony now enters the second week in the death of George Floyd Defendant violated our policy in terms of rendering aid, Minneapolis police chief Madeira Arredondo testified. Derrick Show, Vin did not follow department policies and procedures when he knelt on George Floyd's neck for nearly 10 minutes last May to continue to apply. That Level of force to a person. Groaned out handcuffed behind their back that in no way, shape or form is anything that is by policy. CBS news CAR spawned then Fehmi Redwood from New York. Meanwhile, there's more back and forth today over Georgia's controversial new voting law. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms told CBS this morning. She respects Major League Baseball's decision. But I don't like the fact that we have been put in this position by our state Legislature and our governor, because the people of George Jet will suffer. A number of companies, including Delta, Georgia's largest employer, have criticized the new law, prompting backlash from some Republicans. Advice to the corporate CEOs of Americans to stay out of politics. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has said he will not threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers home opener in protest of the MLB decision. Skylar Henry CBS NEWS Washington The road for the president's $2 Trillion infrastructure bill is rocky as Republican opposition hardens. And a key Democrats signals he has concerned with the president's plan to pay for it. As Republicans complain. The president's infrastructure package includes too much that isn't infrastructure. West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin tells a local radio host. He opposes raising the corporate tax from 21 to 28%. Instead, mansion says he prefers a 25% rate. And he says the bill needs to change in order to advance in the 50 50 Senate at the White House press secretary Jen Psaki signals the president isn't opposed to negotiating. We're open to hearing ideas and proposals from members and we encourage them to put them for it. Steven Portnoy CBS News It's 7 42, Florida's Republican congressman, Matt Gates, writing an op ed in the Washington Examiner today. He denies accusations that he had a sexual relationship with a minor and violated federal sex trafficking laws. It's writing quote. First, I have never ever paid for sex. And second as I am an adult man have not slept with a 17 year old. Gates adds that he is quote a representative in Congress, not a monk, and certainly not a criminal and is absolutely not resigning. Gates is under federal investigation for possible sex crimes. The governor of Arkansas vetoes legislation that would.
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"Out Janet's Ballgame. Florida comes back from 10 down. Wins it. In overtime. Jim Nance Cole on CBS as the Gators chump. The Virginia Tech Hokie 75 70 After a slow start, Arkansas brushes Away Co gate in the South region and in the Midwest Top seed Illinois dunks, Drexel Gonzaga at Eastern Washington. Play West Region games tomorrow. The Zags take on Norfolk State Eagles play Kansas NFL Insider Tom Pillow zero Reports. The Buffalo Bills are signing former Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister. Seattle Mariners doubled up the giant 63. They're Cactus League contest this evening. They host the Chicago White Sox of Peoria Stadium and a 22 game Western Hockey League season begins tonight. The Seattle T. Bird's House, Spokane Sports updates a 10 and 40 After the hour. Those warrants come on news jury selection appears close to completion in the Derrick Sheldon trial. ABC is Lionel Molly's reports. The 13 jurors selected Friday self identify to the court as a white woman in her fifties, she said. She saw clips of the video of Floyd's death in news coverage 2 to 3 Times, but repeatedly said she does not know the full story of what happened. She was somewhat negative on showman and neutral on Floyd and somewhat favorable on both black lives matter and blue lives matter. 14 jurors will be selected to will service alternates in the trial of those already seated. Seven jurors self identify his white six as people of color line Eloise ABC News The FBI has released graphic new video from the January 6th attack of the U. S Capitol as it tries to track down Maura with writers suspects.