15 Burst results for "Derrick Shelvin"
"derrick shelvin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The derrick Shelvin eight minutes was George Floyd resisting. Siemens resisting prior to that's not what I asked you, Sir Brian, Brian, Brian Brian. We're specifically talking about when Derek Shelvin used deadly force that eight minutes with the knee on the neck was George Floyd during that eight minutes when Derek Chauvin was using deadly force was He subdued or was he? You know, uh, threat to officers. Was he resisting at that point, That's a very important question. I'm not talking about before I'm talking about when the knee was on the neck. Okay? He was at one point something That's one point. That's not how the law works. It's not well. You were resisting. Hold on a second. Brian, you need to listen. It wasn't the law doesn't work was this guy was resisting 10 minutes ago. So right now, even though he's subdued, I can use deadly force. Brian, Do you not understand that? No, he doesn't stop yelling at me. No, I need you to answer. You are young. You don't have to be JD. Thank you. You don't need to be on your cell phone texting either, but I'm not complaining about that. So Brian, Brian Brian Crypto O'Brien. Well, that's very appropriate while having a very Serious conversation about race and we have a guest in studio. You're texting and looking up crypto. That's that's very appropriate. JD. But keep criticizing me. Um so, Brian, let's go back to what we were saying. Okay. Okay, Brian, I won't yellow chip. Do you understand, Brian? Just because somebody resists 10 or 15 minutes prior Doesn't give a police officer the right at that moment to use deadly force. Do you not understand that? Yes or no? I do understand it. But the police officer was following. Um, uh What in department policy? That's my government. Paula, Right. Get rid of this clown. Brian, You have no idea what you're talking about. That was not the problem Policy, which is why he was convicted. He did not come all he did not follow department's policies and procedures for the record. Brian. I'm glad I yelled at you deserved it. Let's go to Tom. Tom is next on the Vegas Take What's up. Tom O'Brien. What's up, Tom? How you doing? They're doing all right. I hate. Um well, I just wanted to say, Brian, I totally agree with you. I think you're right. But at the same time I just wanted to bring up Uh, you know, let's don't forget that George Floyd pointed a pistol at a pregnant woman belly. So, Tom, So Tom, let's talk about that for a moment. Tom Tom. Let's talk about for a moment, Tom, with all due respect. I've talked about on the air. In fact, I just told Roxanne off the air. I don't think George Floyd should be a martyr. He's no hero, however, just because somebody committed a very heinous crime years ago is completely irrelevant to what took place at that moment when he was murdered. So why do we have to talk about I never Now listen, if I went on the air Tom and I said George Floyd's a hero, he's a martyr. Then you would have a right to bring that up, Tom and I'm with you better yet. If he had a gun, pointed at the police officer at that time we then it would be warrants. Love it, right. But Tom, why? Why are we talking about something that's completely irrelevant to what Derek Chauvin did at that moment. Well, you know what? I think you're right. But in my personal opinion, I don't think it's irrelevant. You said you know you have a point. And I believe you're right. But at the same time, you know I think he did, In my opinion. I think he did deserve to die. What day But just not that way. And you know, like, Yeah. Okay. You know what? So I hope that you never commit a crime and come in contact with A police officer like Derek Chauvet, I I pray that that never happened. I think what he's saying is that because because he held a gun to a pregnant woman's stomach in time, and he was held accountable for that, so that that is ridiculously you're now saying you're playing judge and jury for me because I did something at one point in time. Now, this is a bad thing to do. You know what it absolutely is a pretty bad things to do. I think there's plenty of things that probably you have done that has nothing, nothing but even Close matter what we're saying is that something bad is something bad If you did something at one point in time. JD. And now here we are 5 10 even six months later, and that is not what you're doing at that time. You've been held accountable for the actions that you have done at that time. You have paid your debt to society, which will never come to bring something up If I may, also one of the hierarchy If I'm a JD Misdemeanors, understood if I'm a sorry day jail sentences, So a drunk driver 10 year jail sentences, Okay? So a drunk drive severity in those things, and what George Floyd did is that the is near the top, but he wasn't doing it at that time. I agree. I'm not saying I'm just telling you, you can't say all deserve to die because I'm just telling you in the day the perspective of that last caller, that's that's that's what he was trying to say. I got it, and I still disagree. This was ridiculous as well. Okay, so let me just give you A life experience story. Um, a drunk driver decided to get into a car. Kill my grandmother. Put my family through hell. I think about it every day. He was a 22 year old 23 year old who decided to get into a car and Kill my kill member of my family. My parents lives have never been the same. They struggle every day. Never once now. This man died of a heart attack last year. Well, I wasn't smiling. I didn't feel sorry for him. Never once in the last 30 years of my life. A man who ruined my family and killed my grandmother. Never once have I ever, said Jeez, I hope an officer kills him unjustifiably. You know why? Because it's wrong and two wrongs don't make a right. What George Floyd did was wrong. He paid the price for it by the standards of the law, And that doesn't justify an officer taking matters into his own hands and killing somebody. And I would like to think Roxanne That most reasonable human beings would agree with us on that. Let's go to Jeff. Jeff is next on the Vegas take. Hi, Jeff. Jeff. Yeah, Brian to fight that color. Set up important factors. Couple calls back that you refused to knowledge. Had The people that are Doing these crimes are not Obeying what the police officer demands are what they're so that justifies what Derek Chauvin did. Listen. No, no, no, you listen. Does that justify what Derek Shelvin did? Yes or no point Jeff Obvious, which is Jeff. The police officer does not have the right to do it. He did. Okay. So that's what we're talking about. So where am I wrong? Where am I wrong? You blow off. And you called? No, I don't blow off. Jeff. Jeff, I need you to listen. Jeff Jab. You're quite happy. Tell me, Jeff. Jeff, I need you to listen now. Tell me what I'm about to say. Tell me if this doesn't make sense. I'll repeat it again..
"derrick shelvin" Discussed on 790 KABC
"John is you do have a really large Jewish population in Saint Louis Park here in Minnesota. It's part of Ilhan Omar's district. Ellen Omar got 60,000 less votes than Joe Biden did this past year. They were not willing to vote for the Republican, but there was a rebuke against her. Um there's There's there's a really hostile sentiment even brewing in their own district right now. Now there's a difference between the presidential election in an off cycle election and the presidential election. Everyone play pays attention to the top of the ticket. Certainly, Donald Trump and Joe Biden sucked up a lot of the oxygen in the room, especially in a state that both campaigns targeted. Next time around. There's not going to be a presidential election at the top of the ticket, and if you're a Democrat that lives in that district, and you don't like what she's doing, you may be inclined to go ahead and vote for the Republican this time around. In a way you wouldn't in a presidential election. God, I hope so. You know, it's really interesting because we also have in Minneapolis City elections that are happening and in 2021 right now, you know they're gearing up for November of 2021. And these defund the police the more radical wing of the party even in Minneapolis right now, because we're having such a bloody summer, and by the way, Ilhan Omar is nowhere to be found. Ilhan Omar lives full time in Washington D. C. But, for instance, keep Ellison's son is an incumbent City Council member who just lost the endorsement. He just lost. Getting the nod from the Democrat Party here in Minnesota up so something that something's in the water Something is changing a little bit. I think people here are seeing that Ilhan Omar is not in the district. She's not participating. She's involving herself a national drama If you lived full time with our consultant husband, a white guy. In Washington, D C. What's going on with the protests? Are they still going on regularly? Yeah. Yep. And we still have our, uh, our George Floyd Autonomous zones set up here. It gets torn down and set up and torn down and set up and We are city government. It was just found out we Yeah, we funded a militia group here in Minnesota in Minneapolis, about $350,000. Instead of using the National Guard of the police force to clean up George flights Square. Uh, we funded something called the Agape group in Minneapolis. And there are black militia group salt. Things are just peachy here. You know, you talk to legal analyst. She talked to people who were practicing attorneys who spend their lives in the courtroom. And they say that it's very possible that the Derrick Shelvin verdict could be overturned because of juror misconduct. The jurors certainly posted Things on social media that could be viewed as prejudicial. You had Maxine Waters, the California congresswoman show up and essentially threatened the jury before they rendered their verdict. What do you think is going to happen to Minneapolis of that verdict gets overturned. Oh, my gosh. Died. I'll tell you what. I'm I'm getting in my bunker. If that happens, and you know our media here, John is complicit though. I mean, We're doing our local newspaper here. The Star Tribune. They're doing profiles in courage of, uh of the jury members. They're profiling the jury members that are willing to Come forward and speak out. One was just yesterday morning. They did a full profile on this on this gal who was part of the jury's so you're able to see, you know, Hey, this scale as part of the jury and the way that they they're painting the picture, if you will, is that she did a heroic thing by by converting convicting. Derek Shelvin, I You know, I'm not. I'm not a lawyer, but it would not shock me at all. If there's enough to taint this trial, and I'm not sure that he ever got a fair trial and in Hennepin County and in Minneapolis here And the inverse message could also be true where they're setting the town that if they voted the other way, they could be doxing them on the front page and going after. Yes, and it That's not beneath them either. I mean, it's It's been a really illuminating I would say 6 to 8 months to just see Wow. Even our local media year is not only corrupt, but they're you know, they're actively working political angles. They take their marching orders from the Democrat Party here in Minnesota. Kamala Harris just had her first big international trip is vice president. She went down to Latin America and it was a disaster. That's what the people in the Joe Biden White House is saying. There was a big piece in the hill, saying that Certainly the first choice of Joe Biden for vice president was going to be your senator Amy Klobuchar. But then, when Minneapolis burned, he had to move on to plan B. How, uh, how angry beneath the surface. Do you think she is now? When she's looking at Kamala Harris is the vice president Kamala Harris screwing it up big time and thinking to herself. That should be me. Not her. Oh, and if you only knew Amy Globalstar's personality, and I'm sure you know it a little bit. But this is the woman who threw binder that in turn, this is the Lemon, who made an employee. Go and get a comb so she could eat her salad. I mean, she is really, uh, you know, she's a popular senator in Minnesota because she doesn't say too much. She doesn't rock the boat too much, but she is really a wretched human being underneath the surface, and I'll tell you this is the level of petty that you would, um, that she would definitely indulge right now. And I I think she's also conniving. I think she's waiting waiting in the wings. She's letting her turn and I think we're going to see that Kamala Harris is such a disaster within the next 2.5 years. It wouldn't shock me to see Joe Biden if he's going to run again or if someone else is going to jump in for presidency. You know, she Kamala Harris is a disaster. And there's a reason that you dropped out before Iowa so well, the more that we get to see Kamala Harris, the more I'm okay with it, I'm sure the more Um, he is. The more the more I'm sure we're all okay that, you know, See what she does. So do you think Paul Bashar would say anything nasty publicly, Or would she do it all? Behind the scenes. All buying the scenes. I mean, she's Do the political creature Keep in mind. John Amy Close. Amy Klobuchar is the one who had said after you know, a mix of drugs that included Hydroxychloroquine. Saved her husband's life. Her husband had covid and hydrological or cleaned up. Saved her husband's life. And then the next I think the next week she was still running for president at the time. And then she started making fun of Donald Trump for saying that that drug works. She is a political creature, and she will sacrifice everything. Political advancement in power. Max Reimer, Minnesota RNC committeeman. You can follow him on Twitter at Max are Reimer Thanks so much for stopping by have a wonderful weekend. Thank you, John. You too. It's 2 23. Let's take a look at the roads. A BBC dependable traffic Bellflower, the 91 westbound before Bellflower Boulevard, crashing the car pool and left plain.
"derrick shelvin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Steve Inskeep. Derrick Show, Vin has been indicted again. The one time Minneapolis cop already convicted of killing George Floyd faces federal civil rights charges now ah grand jury indicted showman and three others, for quote deprivation of rights under color of law, meaning they did it in their official capacities. Many court proceedings in show Vince Case might never have happened without a bystander's video videos of many incidents across this country, a transforming law enforcement and that's what we're going to discuss. With NPR's Cheryl Corley, who joins us next time. Cheryl the morning I guess we should say this change has been coming for some time. Yeah, we've seen it over the past three decades. You may remember it started with the Rodney King case where we had this really? Searing video of four police officers beating King that really shocked the country precipitated the trial, and the officers were acquitted. And what some called a don't believe what you see verdict. And then there've been other cases like Philando Castile case That's the school cafeteria superintendent who was pulled over for one of many traffic stops during his lifetime and his girlfriend live stream that encounter on Facebook. The officer quit it. And in the Derrick Shelvin trial, the prosecuting attorney tells the jury believe what you saw and they did, and they convicted Children of murder and manslaughter. And of course, in that trial, the jury was able to see the video. But does all this video always make it into the courtroom? Well, often, it doesn't because it really has to meet some pretty high standards, according to rules of evidence, and I talked to the University of Washington law School professor Mary Fan, she studies how audio visual technology is reshaping policing. And, she says, there's been a dramatic turn and how much of it is used in court cases. Video evidence is volatile. It's emotional, and it gives people a sense that they're seeing some sort of Objective window into what really happened, and now they can really figure it out. And a trial of Derrick Show Vin Video was the star on the witness stand, experts dissected videos. They gave detailed testimony about seconds in the bystander video that showed the now convicted former Minneapolis police officer with his knee on George Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes. Another video from a police warn body cameras show the intense struggle that broke out when officers tried to get a handcuffed Floyd in the back of a squad car. Well, OK, I'm 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 Then 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 are 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 a 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 in the aftermath of the death of Eric Garner and George Floyd both repeatedly cried out they couldn't breathe when restrained by police. In Chicago and elsewhere. Training directives 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.
"derrick shelvin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And the listeners of KQED dates. Morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Steve Inskeep. We are approaching the one year anniversary of the death of George Floyd. And we could be sure of one thing. The protests and court proceedings after his murder in Minneapolis might never have happened without a bystander's video. Videos of many incidents across this country are transforming law enforcement from police training to prosecutions. And NPR's Cheryl Corley is covering that story. Cheryl Good Morning. Good morning. I guess we should say this change has been coming for some time. Yeah, we've seen it over the past three decades. You may remember it started with the Rodney King case where we had this really searing video of four police officers beating King that really shocked the country precipitated a trial and the officers were acquitted. And what some called a don't believe what you see verdict. And then there've been other cases like Lando Casteel case. That's the school cafeteria superintendent who was pulled over for one of many traffic stops during his lifetime and his girlfriend. Live stream that encounter on Facebook. The officer quit it. And in the Derrick Shelvin trial, the prosecuting attorney tells the jury believe what you saw and they did, and they convicted showman of murder and manslaughter. And of course, in that trial, the jury was able to see the video. But does all this video always make it into the courtroom? Well, often, it doesn't because it really has to meet some pretty high standards, according to rules of evidence, and I talked to the University of Washington law School professor Mary Fan, she studies how audio visual technology is reshaping policing. And, she says, there's been a dramatic turn and how much of it is used in court cases. Video evidence is volatile. It's emotional, and it gives people a sense that they're seeing some sort of Objective window into what really happened, and now they can really figure it out. And a trial of Derrick Show Vin Video was the star on the witness stand, experts dissected videos. They gave detailed testimony about seconds in the bystander video that showed the now convicted former Minneapolis police officer with his knee on George Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes. Another video from a police warn body cameras show the intense struggle that broke out when officers tried to get a handcuffed Floyd in the back of a squad car. Well,.
"derrick shelvin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Did he technically answered No on that and not commit perjury. Well, yes, I did read that. Specifically, the march itself was for Martin Luther King, and therefore when they asked if he participated in marches against police brutality. Is that a technical? You know, correct Answer. I think that's something that's gonna be left up for the judge to decide because you know that. Excuse me. That particular march, also discussed and talked about police brutality. He was wearing a shirt but with police brutality and he heard from the George Floyd family while at that protest, So I believe that when you asked the question, and the question you know is given dishonestly the answer. I think that would rise to the level of the juror misconduct and therefore new trial. But I think I think what you're going to see if you're gonna be hearing and where he's going to be called in. He's gonna be asking questions. He's gonna be asking very tough questions. And I think at that point, that's when the judge will decide whether or not he was truthful or not. And I think that's what you're gonna see next. Yeah, I mean it ZZ say, OK. Hey, listen, I went to the rally and, um you know, I was there from MLK. It was opportunity. He said. I've never been a D C before and it seemed like a good opportunity to be part of something bigger, like. Okay, well, I can't fault that. That's great. You know your your extend your first Amendment. You're going to go in March in memory of Dr King. But when you're wearing a shirt It says Get your knee off our necks. And that slogan was born from the trial that you are now judging the man on That's the problem, right? Yes, And he's also said two things subsequent to the jury verdict and interviews that I think of problematic. The first thing he talked about was how this verdict itself was sort of a stand against social justice or whatever, and the terminology he used. The first thing I thought when I read it was hit with Jewish Juries are for whether or not someone committed a crime. It's not for political statement. You know you should. You should separate a political statement and whether a person is guilt. You're not, and I found that common a little problematic and then you have that, he said At one point, he wanted to be part of a historic trial. And when you add that into the equation, along with his statement about what the jury verdict meant, and then the fact that he purposely did not disclose that March in Washington. I think that could give rise that his answer was intentional misconduct as opposed to inadvertent, You know George Clinton, you know, or Clinton type of cancer. Um, yeah, in relative to I think to the T shirt itself, and we saw this is Ray tensing. Remember, was attempting that had the I know there's a shirt that someone got him, he said from Gatlinburg, and it had, among other things on it. Image of the Confederate flag, and they wanted that introduces. He's a racist, and he did this because he's a racist, and the judge looked at that. And they said, Now, that's you know, he's just wearing it under his uniform, and he didn't give two thoughts to the fact that had a Confederate flag on it. Whereas it's tougher to make that case, I think when you deliberately go to rally with a shirt that says, get your knee off our necks, And that happens to be the words that George flight honored or at least the protesters uttered on DSA. Those two things are mixed together. I think that's a little stronger in this case intensity. And also the burden of proof against Tensing is was he wearing a shirt that made him a racist and then therefore with his action races, and the judge basically said, Hey, that's in proper evidence. You can't take in a shirt someone war previously to talk about what their motive was in this case, But this juror actually were sure about the trial. Essentially get threw me off my neck and went to a march in which the family of the deceased is the one speaking and I say, think that directly goes in the correlation whether he's fair and impartial, You know, I read a very interesting article the other day about a judge making a racist joke and whether or not that's a violation and the What came behind that was the judicial system needs to have an air of impartiality. You have judges and Juries can essentially find someone guilty and then put them away for a very long time. And our justice system is based on the fact that we need to believe that the people listening to whether you're guilty or not are impartial. But they have not made up their minds and the fact that you have this juror now with this T shirt, I think calls in the question about Was he impartial when he sat there and answer those questions, and then was the impartial when he sat and listened to the evidence, and I think that calls into question that fact. And so You know, if I were the judge, I would issue a new trial And I think what you're going to see is the hearing and then this judge may do that. If he does not, then the appellate court will get a second crack at determining whether or not It should be a new trial attorney Jason Philippon. Most lonely here, 700 wlw. And what happens Derek Shop, and now that we have a juror coming out, said he was at a rally that had family members of George Floyd there speaking, he was wearing a get your knee off our next shirt and black lives matter Had. Does that mean this man can't be impartial and that he essentially committed an act of perjury because he falsified That questionnaire form before he became a juror in the Derrick Shelvin trial. Second degree murder was convicted on of course of killing George Floyd in Minneapolis. Yeah, and that back to me that by itself, I look at it. Okay, Well, you know, he's got the with tensing had a shirt on under the uniform. This guy was clearly wearing it outside because you know you wanted to make he wanted to virtue signaling is part of the group that was their marching. And, um, Yeah, I certainly Well, let me back up a second. So when this happens, he will be questioned thoroughly by the judge, won't he? Mr. Reid, Mr Mitchell. Yes, they have a specific caring and Minnesota where, when there's cop misconduct like this, or at least misconduct alleged the court will call that juror in and actually have a hearing in which he will be questioned and then cross examined. And then ultimately, the judge makes the determined determination whether or not that misconduct took place, so they have a procedure for that, And I'm guessing that that is what's gonna happen next. You have attorneys for shopping file a motion for new trial. Um, and that was one of the reasons there's other reasons, too, including the congresswoman statements as well as lack of change of venue and so on, But I think that's what's going to cause the next hearing is they will they will question this juror on then that actually also opened the door to maybe questioning other jurors. Well, if he answers truthfully, honestly, I think he could easily get out from this insane because I think he's even said Tonto. Um, media. He said, Listen, it was, you know, this March was wasn't for Floyd. It was for Dr King. And certainly there was an element of George Floyd there. But, you know, he told also during jury selection and during those questionnaires that he had a very favorable opinion of black lives matter..
"derrick shelvin" Discussed on KOMO
"Weather Outlook with Kristen Clark in the Coma Forecast center warmest day of the week is today. High temperatures make a run for the mid seventies across the interior lowlands, and maybe approaching that 80 degree mark for locations close to the Cascade foothills for Seattle mid seventies but nowhere close to the record for today's state of 86 degrees. How about that? Now cooling clouds filter and even more so tonight And here we go. Rain is arriving Thursday afternoon into Friday when temperatures are set to take a tumble into the fifties Friday afternoon, a day that we can also expect Maybe if you pop up isolated thunderstorms to end the week and the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark. Well, taking a look at the current temperatures 70 on the East side and Bellevue, But we're working to get that here. Downtown 66 degrees also 66 into coma and our Everett temperature Now. 63, a black juror in the Derrick Shelvin murder trial, is defending himself after a photo surfaced online showing him wearing a black lives matter T shirt. ABC is Mark Millar joins us with how the legal team for show Vin, who was convicted of killing George Floyd is using this to seek a new trial. Mark first tell us about the photo of juror Brandon Mitchell. Well, there's this photo that's been circulating now of Brandon Mitchell, the one of the jurors on the panel who is black, and he this photo is reportedly Him attending an event in Washington, D C last August to commemorate the anniversary of Martin Luther King's I have a Dream speech, so he was at this event, but it's not just that he was at the event. He also had a shirt on that showed a picture of Martin Luther King. But with the words get your knee off our necks as well as BLM. Obviously black lives matter. The optics of this has certainly started to raise some concerns about this juror and and his perspective, and you know the process that he went through for Selection on the jury, for example, you know, they were asked, these jurors were asking the questionnaires. Did you or anyone else close to you participate in any demonstrations are marches against police brutality after George Floyd's death? Have you ever participated in any protests about police use of force or police brutality? Mitchell answered..
"derrick shelvin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Morning, ex And We had been talking about the Beastie Boys induction into the rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which I thought Kid Rock did a magnificent job. I mean, it was really nice that you know, Kid Rock obliged when they requested in personally. As one of their personal heroes, I think is what I read in the book. They called the sixth piece. Yeah, so Sonoda had told us on the phone that Jac wasn't doing real Well, I don't think he was there, or if he was, it didn't seem like he was doing real well. And you know, you hear something like Salivary gland cancer. It's not like pancreatic cancer, which moves through you like a beast and kills you, right? You think salivary gland cancer. You're going to come back from that one. But it turns out that When he had been diagnosed on July. 20th 2009 hey! Never recovered. And Cheryl Crow is actually very good to him in his final days she took she had him out at the ranch is a great story. If you google it about the kinship because she had cancer, too, right? And so she had given him access to her ranch, and they struck up a friendship. And it's just so damn sad because More than just being a Beastie Boy. He was the soul of the Beastie Boys. They without him. I truly do this, and I said this defense wig this morning. The attacks. Um I believe that without Him becoming Adam. Yeah. Elk. The Beastie Boys probably would have peaked with fight for your right to party and would have never become the band that they became the group of men that they became off the three he was the most spiritually and soulful. And that's why I believe his loss is felt the most intensely and profoundly and that to me there have been, unfortunately way too many. Musicians. Artists, etcetera that we admire. Man. When you look at who we've lost From M C. A two prints toe Michael Toe Bowie. Hurt. Cornell. Chester, Amy Winehouse. Just from our generation. Yeah, That's the thing a lot of them young, like like Real super young. Yeah. Of those that I mentioned Bowie made it into elder statesman category. But none of those other dudes did. We lost them all so young. With me. Gone. 7 to 75791025 and 807 71125 and look at my son's generation who they've lost too. You know what that extent Asian dude and the juice world guy I and Josi. How dare you? 30 days of 30 pills a day. It. Was he really taking 30 pills a day? I think it was more than that, Joe. See, I think it might've been 80. What? And I don't mean to be insensitive. What was his kid? Was he a nem word? Was he a little person? Or did he just have like a like Did he have a Gary Coleman type situation going on? I think the line was 80 pills a day. 80 pills a day, bitch. I ain't bull. Um, I thought he clearly had more than I mean, I don't know Is it Mean Josi medical history. I'm sure HIPPA laws prevent you for learning too much. But he had a bunch of stuff. I mean, he was very, very towards the end. He sort of the look real ill. Yeah, and when you and when you're next to kid Rock and you look real ill, you know something's wrong. He was diagnosed with a severe form of celiac disease and auto immune disease that may cause stunting and dwarfism and some complications in rare cases because He had a maximum height of three ft. Nine inches of adult age has dwarfism resulted in multiple medical problems in in 2000, he said in an interview and eventually led to be a lyric in the song 60 pills a day. 60 pills a day and required constant medical treatment. That's a piece Josi. Thanks, man. 7275791 or two fives are number. There's a photo that recently emerged online. Of a juror on the Derrick Shelvin murder trial. He's wearing a black lives matter Shirt. Okay, that sparks questions about impartiality, I guess to some But He was asked. While they Asked perspective. Jurors questions.
"derrick shelvin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Style. It is the Dan O'Donnell show yesterday, we told you the story of Brandon Mitchell. He is one of the jurors in the Derrick Shelvin trial, and he went on a local radio show to talk about how it's important to use Jury service for activism, which is 100% not what you use Jury service for, but he was also pictured wearing a George Floyd. I can't breathe. Shirt. We now know he attended a George Floyd demonstration in Washington, D C last year, telling The Associated Press I had never been to D. C. It was a march he attended to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr is I have a dream speech the opportunity to go to D. C the opportunity to be around thousands and thousands of black people. I just thought it was a good opportunity to be a part of Something. The march in Washington, D C was, of course, focused almost entirely on police brutality, social injustice, and the central theme was in fact, the killing of George Floyd. Here's the problem. Mitchell, therefore lied. Honest jury questionnaire answers. First question. Did you or someone close to you participate in any of the demonstrations or marches against police brutality that took place in Minneapolis after George Floyd's death, other than what you have already described above, have you or anyone else close to you participated in protests about police use of force or police brutality. Mitchell reportedly answered no to both questions. That's a big problem. He's separately told Sheldon's attorney during the live jury selection process that he quote had a favor very favorable opinion of the Black lives matter Movement and that some police officers are great guys, insisting that he could be impartial. During the trial. He said The march was directly related to MLK's March on Washington from the sixties. The date of the march on Washington is the data was literally called the anniversary of the March on Washington. That's not the point. The point is that it focused almost exclusively. On issues of police brutality as well as George Floyd's death. When you combine that, with a juror wearing a shirt that says I can't breathe, or I believe it was me on the neck of justice, I think was the actual quote on the shirt. This question's his impartiality. This also throws into question the verdict itself. And as we said yesterday, this is ironically Not justice, if, in fact, Ah verdict was reached because of some sort of social justice concern for at least one of the voter of one of the jurors who voted here. That's a major major issue that could in fact, to celebrate state farm. Surprisingly great rates. We gave this song, surprisingly great lyrics greatly just grip intending to write it down the block. Draft safe and save. My discount is locked. But my rates like that great like that drive safe like that. I saved like that. My claims like that. God, Jake like that straight up. Fax. Great race straight up. Fax. Great Grace. Like a good neighbor. State farm. Is there no place like a cowboy, please? In the town like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a gavel I can today. Yeah. Wear all that whole crowd boys contained that cowboy ground. No way, like the cowboy way. Have a gavel candidate. Yeah. Like to have a big time. Try the new Big Sky burger every way. Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound murder with Smithfield pulled pork beer battered onion rings..
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"Come Monday on a Friday. I mean, that could really mess with people's heads. Oh, yes. Well, we'll have to We'll have to provide. I guess my ties in a certain point t cure that headache. We could live with that. Sure. Now, royal. You and I spent some time on the radio together the day of the Derrick Shelvin verdict the day it was red. You were on this radio station from five to Klink. Eight or nine in the evening doing special coverage. And one nugget of information that we have learned since that verdict was read was that the feds? If Shelvin was found not guilty by the local jury in Minneapolis. We're prepared to arrest him on the spot in the courtroom, and then I guess they would theoretically charge him with a federal crime. Have you ever heard of anything like that before in your life? Yeah. You know, the situation is John. There are federal laws that are different enough from state laws that the courts will not consider it double jeopardy. So if he had been found not guilty, then you said it yourself. Well, okay. He got real lucky. Big shocker. But the double jeopardy rule says that the government may not try him a second time and the reason for the I The idea there is it sometimes. In the old days, the government would say Well, okay. He was found not guilty. But look at the new evidence. We found your honor. We've really got him nailed now, so let's have a second trial. And the idea is no. You can't do that. Because the double jeopardy rule says no matter how guilty we know he is now because of new evidence or whatever you know you only get one shot, but If the federal government comes along and wants to try him on a federal law, for example, a civil rights violation he killed somebody because of the person's race. It is okay to have a second trial, and we know that, for example, from the Rodney King president in the nineties, the cops beat Rodney King up. A state court trial was held on state law violations of Beating a guy up improperly, and the jury said no, not guilty. Cops will find the federal government then tried the Rodney King cops based on civil rights violations. You beat him up to violate his civil rights. And we all know, of course, then they were found guilty. It's the same kind of deal here. The federal government does get Ah, second bite at the Apple. Now the fact that they arrested him they would have arrested him in the courtroom. Sounds a little weird. Maybe they had some reason to believe that he was planning to fly the coop. And, you know, I had a head his tickets to Liechtenstein or was going to go hang out with Roman Polanski here in Switzerland. And maybe that's why they were prepared to swoop in and say Hello, Congratulations, officer shoving on this big, unexpected win. Here. Your handcuffs. We're taking you to the federal lockup. I'm guessing that's why they would have done it. I mean to do it just sort of for the appearance of it to make the Department of Justice look aggressive. That seems that would seem a little odd, But of course, as we know, it just wasn't in the cards for him to be found not guilty anyway, so they were there ready to do their duty, but they didn't have to do it. Well, it seems like when they want to create a spectacle so they can make a political plane or make a public relations point. They do it when they want to do things quietly. They do with that way. Yeah, I think certainly going back to the eighties, when Rudy Giuliani was the U. S attorney. He took a lot of flak because he was accused of making a big show of having used FBI agents march into an executive's office and handcuff the guy and march him out in front of everybody, you know, with the cameras flashing and so on. And a lot of people said Okay, maybe the guys you're arresting a really bad people. Maybe they'll be found guilty. But did you really need to do that? Or were you just doing it to puff up your reputation? So I mean, there's there's that suspicion that it was sort of a PR thing that they wanted to make a statement. On. Of course, this is just so political, and it's just so it pervaded the society. I mean, you saw the one of the hosts in the Oscars. She took time out from talking about the movies to say, By the way, Ladies. Gentlemen, I have to say things that turned out differently in that Children trout. I'd have kicked off my heels and put my marching boots on and I'd be in the streets. And you know you, you know you hear the Hollywood crowd lecture folks on politics occasionally in these award shows, But that was pretty pointed and it showed just how seriously the nation was taking that verdict and how people expected and the vast majority people I think really wanted to see that guilty verdict. In the last election. We had it all vote by mail election, the state of California and one of the things that the county registrars supposed to do is they're supposed to match the signature on file to the signature on the ballot. If they match the vote counts if they don't match their supposed to investigate further and Discard the ballot if it's determined that it's a fraudulent signature. In that election less than 1% of the ballots turned in, were actually thrown out because the signatures didn't match this time around with the recall of Ward Newsome. They're also matching signatures. People who signed the recall petition to the signatures on file and something like north of 20% of those signatures were deemed to be invalid..
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"Training Commission. There was a swearing in ceremony yesterday. Now this commission is a result of legislation passed by Governor Baker late last year, setting standards for things like de Escalation tactics. You so force against civilians and miners. And this summer, this group will begin to hire staff set a budget create a public database on officer certification, including officers who have had their certifications revoked. Most of that work is expected to kick off in July. And these are some of the talking points at the White House as well. We know that police reform is on their agenda and some of the fundamentals of Massachusetts maybe a guiding post for the federal government as well. Let's go to that nationwide discussion. A major new report calls American policing institutionally racist and says the United States could face prosecution, possibly under international law. Here's Vicki Barker with CBS News in a blistering 188 pages. Prominent human rights jurors from 11 countries argue that police killings and meanings of unarmed African Americans amount to crimes against humanity that should be investigated and prosecuted by the Internet. No criminal court commissioned after the George Floyd killing when the Trump administration declined to investigate. It describes ordered calls our culture of impunity among American police over the deaths, Tasia rings and beatings of unarmed black victims. One author notes. The verdict in the Derrick Shelvin trial last week substantiated many of the reports claims. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS, London Bedford, New Hampshire police officer is off the job. While that department investigates a controversial video posted on social media. Here's WBZ TV is Paul Burton with details look like you're gonna go shoot those people. Could you just not do this point is this tic tac video that has landed a Bedford, New Hampshire police officer in hot water, It's deeply disturbing. To me as a chief of police. Particular video, created by a uniformed Bedford police officer was made apparently while on duty using his cruiser, stop stabbing stops. Stop stabbing that person. They didn't stop sort of showing clear whether Or not, it occurred in the context. Today's Scrutiny of law enforcement or it occurred five years ago. To me, it makes no difference. It's still conduct. That needs to be.
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"Intent and the other is cause of death. These are really good days because of the emotion that goes along with them. And you have no more emotional clarity than the words of Children. And I think that that is going to be something that is remembered. I can. I can honestly say that if I was Prosecuting this case, I would use those words again in my closing argument, and maybe even her voice again so that that's one of the last things that the jury hears when they walked back into the jury room. Okay, so they're pulling on heartstrings. This is choreographed. They interview these witnesses beforehand. They go over their testimony. They're coached. On how to sit how to dress. How to talk. It's all choreographed. I I may sound a little harsher, but I'm only speaking from personal experience. They're talking about these Children. The trauma that will be seared in them for the rest of their lives. Yeah, but that doesn't mean it's going to be Affecting them. I can only speak for myself. But I mean, when I was a young man, I saw so much death. An injury and destruction. And do I remember? Oh, yeah, I remember some doozies. I could I could regale you with all kinds of horrible stories of things that I saw people that were beheaded. Maybe that's what's wrong with me. I don't think it I mean, so you have memories. You have good memories. You have bad memories. You have all kinds of memories. It's called life. Life is not brought to you on a silver tray every day. There are things that you will see as a young person. And you will remember them the rest of your life. Do you dwell on him? No. Somebody asked you about them? Yeah. You remember them? And this this episode of watching George Floyd die in front of them. Oh, yeah, that is one that they will probably never forget the rest of their lives. But that doesn't mean that there They're troubled by it or traumatized by it. They will remember it. I don't know this whole thing about It takes a village to raise a child. It's just Oh, come on. One more from Mark O'Mara. Hey was asked. When will Derrick Shelvin take the stand Extraordinarily dangerous in any criminal case, you know, defend the defendant has the absolute right not to help the prosecution convict him or her. Always very dangerous. It's always a last minute decision. Where's the way between how well it's our case going without him or her? How strong is the state's case and how necessary it is for showing to explain his behavior? You know, in self defense cases where you almost have to put the defendant on to say he was why I did it. You almost have that case here would show bin because he's got to explain why not just the first three minutes, six minutes, But then it's 789 9.5. Why he wants that jury to believe that it was inappropriate training situation for him, and that can really only come from his words. My God is extraordinarily dangerous decision to make in any criminal face. Yeah. So we won't know they're all saying the same thing. Every lawyer that's asked about Willie Put Derrick Derrick Show been on. And it's always a last minute thing, and it's always very dicey and they all sit around and wring their hands worrying about the whole thing. Um, which one is the one who says this is all White America on Rate is at 12..
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"At Lars Larson dot com. I've noticed kind of a pattern that when I see a black lives matter protests in many times in many cases The group is usually populated by a huge number of white American citizens rather than black American citizens. And that's made me wonder out loud because that's how I wonder on this show is out loud. Does this actually represent the point of view of black American citizens? Well, one woman who is a blank American citizen who's running for election to the U. S. House of representatives to represent Florida's 23rd congressional district. Is Carla Spaulding. Miss Spalding. Welcome to the program. Oh, thank you. Thanks for having me. So does BLM actually represent your point of view or even the majority of Americans who are black? Absolutely not. They do not. Um, Unfortunately, many blacks are deceived, and even Caucasians are being deceived by this group that they're representing the black lives. When they say that the black lives black lives do matter, Of course, but the organization the black lives matter. They do not match their absolute criminals on they should be seen and called up just for that reason. And yet somehow they've gotten an amazing amount of currency with people like Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and, of course, the mainstream media. How do you suppose they managed to pull that off? Well, I think for The most part. When you talk about the lives of blacks, they probably think they're recognizing that at the organization organization is the problem, not the fact that the lives of blacks Tomoko and I think there's a confusion or they're combining them together, and that's where the mistake is being made. If they truly want to help or help the black people, the black community then they really need to donate all the billions that they've collected and help the black people in Chicago or wherever out. The poverty's They're not doing that. Obviously, the lives don't really match. Jimmy, Miss, folding that they They shouldn't pass it on through act Blue to the Democrat Party. They should actually put the money where it might actually make a difference. Oh, lovely. So you are aware of the actual Oh, yeah. Cyril, The money's going on DH. I wish That the blacks would really understand. That's exactly where the money's going. It's going to the Democratic Party as well. They're donating the money to the leader's not even so much the black ones, either. They're literally giving it away and not to the people who really deserve it. And I would encourage anyone who truly wants to help blacks. Go to a bank and he who has left in $1000 in their account and donated anonymously, But you do much more into that wonder of the bank would go along with you. If you walked in and said, Hey, you want to find everybody who has an average checking balance of $1000 or less would be if it makes you want to be a billionaire, so you could actually do it. But because that's the kind of charity I believe in anonymous charity. But I'm talking about Carlos Folding who's running for Florida's 23rd Congressional district. Let me let me Take this seriously. For a moment, though, on BLM, one of the biggest objections I have is that over the years and if you what you trace them back to Trayvon Martin or Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, the LM has been a group that has been associated with a huge amount of violent actions. You know, demonstrations that turn into rides, one that turned into arson where there was a rather rude way that a man put it. Saying, Let's burn this town down, except you didn't use the word town. And there's that objection. Then there's the objection that even though they've cleaned up their Web site a bit at one point, BLM said about itself were a Marxist organization. I don't believe the majority of black Americans consider themselves marches or believe in marches policies. They also said their anti family and I think that's antithetical to the point of view of most black American families. They're not anti family. They're very pro family, are they not? Exactly. We are definitely more Pearl family that that's how they were raised. But unfortunately, this is just unbelievable What they're doing on the amount of violence that there Betraying into the community. I am just so disappointed. So disappointed because in a reality, where is that getting us Absolutely nowhere. And if we wanted a nation to do well, we cannot continue on this path. So whatever they're within inside that they're angry about the best way. Talk about it. I think we also discussed it should really be on the table. Then that way we can come up with a realistic solution and actually implemented instead of burning down businesses that are also destroying the black community as well that you have worked very hard for and probably never be able to get back to what they used to Dio. Miss Spalding is running for Congress is a black congressional candidate. But I think what's first about her is her her beliefs and her point of view. I got to tell you something, Miss Spalding. I've been a journalist for a long, long time and early on in my career. I had some really smart people that I worked for that I learned from and they always said, Listen, put personal elements of a somebody you're covering a story that you're doing. You put the personal elements in only if they have some relevance to the story, For instance, you might mention that somebody's cat. But only if it really made a difference in the store. You might mention that somebody was black or that they were gay or that they were old. But But the rule I always followed was only put that in if it's somehow relevant to the story, and I guess I see a lot of people now throwing a person's race into a story or deliberately keeping it out, depending on whether or not it it changes. The story. Not that it has relevance the story, but I don't. I don't see somebody's race as as an important factor. Unless you know this activist on activist from black lives matter with. The group punched a black man in the face a 25 year old punched in the face and and then called him a nasty name and asked, he raised his name. In that case, I might say well In that case, you know, maybe it is relevant to the story that maybe they punch this man in the face because he's black. If they did that, then then that's relevant to the story. But these days, there's a lot of journalism where we throw somebody's race into the story. And it may not have anything to do with it, In fact, including Ah ah lot of things I thought I was thought that the way that Ah Derrick Shelvin The cop now former cop in Minneapolis was treating George Floyd had a lot more to do with the fact that the two guys used to work together and didn't like each other. Then it did Mr Floyd's race. Yes. Hello? Yes, I'm right here. I was just curious about what you thought about that that that we seem to attach race where race may or may not actually make a difference in the issue we're talking about. Yes, And especially, I find that especially they call your racist. I think when they're out of everything, then they tend to call some of your gracious being just thrown around lightly and almost lost the meaning on DH. I'm from Jamaica. Original was born and raised there and I came here on Di join the United States baby here and I would do things a little bit differently on. It's very sad to see where we are today than when I came here several years ago. And I'm just hoping and praying with this election that we can literally get back to be united as much as possible. And it shouldn't really matter if you're black, white green or anything like that. Because we're all American, and that's one thing I love about Jamaica and Jamaica. We don't have on any application. Raise. It doesn't ask you just because everybody It's just a Jamaican for we have Chinese, Japanese all kinds of people there, but everybody's just Jamaican, because that's who we are. We are Americans, and they can That's it, and we should act like one treat each other as if we were all one, and it's just very disappointing that we're not doing that. And this is why so important. Get out there and vote and vote for people that are officials that are going to be representing you two other things. I miss falling. I've got to mention three other things. They're very important. Number one. If you want to know more about Carla Spaulding, Carla Spaulding know you Carla Spaulding for congress dot.
"derrick shelvin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Surge watch in effect right now from Texas, all the way to the eastern border of Alabama and Louisiana is expected to get between seven and 11 ft. And that's exactly why they built up this levee system. On Friday. There will be evacuations in this area on the metal gate below me will close making sure that Serge doesn't get into the heart of New Orleans area of the RIA ll reporting. A former Minneapolis police officer charged with murdering George Floyd is out of jail. The $1 million bond. Derrick Shelvin was seen in viral videos kneeling on Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes. Children's trialist scheduled to begin on March 8th. Tampa Bay Buccaneers are looking to make it four straight tonight, Nick Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to a Super Bowl 50 to victory over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Now falls enters today with the three and one Chicago Bears taking on Brady's three and one Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Poles who won m V P of that Super Bowl gives his praise to his fellow Q. B. Obviously, Tom's a tremendous player and a lot of success since the greatest of all time ball. Brady is grateful for what his new chapter with the Bucks has brought him so far joined a team And to be embraced. The way they've been embrace has been. It's just been amazing for me Kick off for the Bears and Buccaneers coming up at 8 20. PM Eastern time from Soldier Field. Matt Napolitano, Fox name dinosaurs have been dead for tens of millions of years. But some things just get better with age or at least a lot more valuable. How much is that? T rex in the window? The answer is almost $32 Million and anonymous bidder has smashed sales records, purchasing a 13 ft High 40 ft Long dinosaur fossil named Stan at auction at Christie's in New York. The creature from the late Cretaceous period went for quadruple the estimate High of $8 million. Stan is getting credit for attracting interest in the Impressionist and modern art up for auction, which brought More than $300 million will be on display in Christie's window at Rockefeller Center for two more weeks. Debra Rodriguez.
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"Takes the light pounds. 14 point allow a Berni Inn, said 97 New York City on your Thursday morning, somebody Luisa told me the sunny outside self going on a boat today. Sully's both me and Daniel Going to the Atlantic Ocean would throw a giant hat into the water today for my father was somebody yelled at me then, like, like Jill would do that. You're going to kill a dolphin, right? I'm going to kill her. Though some some fish, they can eat a dolphin hat. What happened to you, actually salt like a fish, wary that the giant hat in the ocean like they put it on. It could happen. Accidentally way look a little weird, but would look a little weird, But I'm going to do that. And at the risk, of course of killing a lot of fish, which I never want to do it. I'm one of those ivory environmental you know that, Bernie? I It'll stop. You don't care. I don't care if you get stuck in a whale's blowhole. God Wills have blows and what they blow the water out of their system. Is that with a blowhole? Yeah, When you see the water shooting line sky like a geiser. We don't want that to happen. Of course, just like that work. I don't know. It just sounds so Dorian Lovett 1 808 48 W A. V C Both deals going to join us in about 10 minutes, so we'll get back to the news of the day. But look, you and I talked about you with this before. I'm still going to be a sports guy at heart That's always going to be me. I mean, look, we break it down politically, every day. Both Bernie and I and we're very attuned and very opinionated. We know what's going on. But sports is still from me. You know, it's right there. It's one in one, eh? And I just can't get over this Washington Redskin thing You know, it's funny. You're the guy. You're the guy that used to tell me last year that our good buddy Phil Simms, Wouldn't say Redskins, he would only report to them is Washington. It's true he was on this a while and other way your team, the New York Giants when they put out there the list of teams they play for the year. Yeah, they name the teams, the Cowboys, the Dolphins, where goals right, but When it comes to the Redskins. They put Washington is that they've been doing that for years. I didn't realize that your team you're very woke team and by the way, your quarterback to Daniel Jones. Yeah, I'll take a knee. I'm down with black lives matter. What do you think he went to Duke? Of course. He's a white guilty kid. Daniel Jones. That's your team. Eli Manning would never say that. He would never say that, Eli. He went to college in Mississippi. Stay out of it, but but these days what the way they're framing it is science. A silence is complicity. That exactly right? That's what this. So if you don't say speak out one way or the other broke, speak out. And so if you're a coward, you're going And you. You don't believe in exactly what you're speaking out about. You're going to be pressured into doing just that. You say you're a coward. I haven't heard one guy white or black in the NFL come out and go the other way. Yet, having had one and a lot of white guy Stage a wide and Daniel Jones and Joe breeze taking back is You know it's original stance. I haven't one guy go the other way yet. Not one. No. Me neither. The world cowards. That's why say were in the throes of cowardice and I'm madness. I told Matt this I had to private conversations. I'm not going to say their names. With two all time. Great New York Giants want to bring on this show with you and talk about the Reds can change changing the names because the Giants had some epic battles against the Redskins, 1986 when the Giants eventually be John Elway, the Denver Broncos to win the Super Bowl. They shut out the Redskins 14 opening a giant stadium to win the NFC Championship. Jim Burke jumped on the stands afterwards on a 20 below zero day with short sleeves on it is an iconic photo. So Giants Redskins forever. Joe Gibbs, Bill Parcells, Vince Lombardi, a big, big deal. Both of those guys said they agree with me, but not But both. Those guys also said You couldn't pay me a $1,000,000. Come on the air and actually say that sort of God. I don't like these guys. You like these guys, but they're like, can't do it. I still get paid by the NFL. I tell you, I got to deal with these guys and functions. I'm not going to do it. It's just this is AH, partially. It's ignorance. It's fear. I mean, we just talked about it with Bill O'Reilly. The name Black lives matter who could be against black lives. I mean, I've said I've even said this before, Auntie Auntie, follow Khun B against a group that calls themselves anti fascist, right. But I mean, they're they're anything but what they call themselves the propaganda. It's it's a bait and switch. It's a lie. It's a fraud. It's a hoax. It's not about and even the police brutality part of it. The state it's the stats. Don't back him up. No, no, no, no, no, we know that, but but but but it's easy, though, if it was, let's say it was about police brutality, which is a lot of these idiots think it is. Maybe because they don't they don't do it deep enough dive to find out the truth. If it wasn't so they go along with it. I mean, yeah. Who could be? I mean, they They killed George Floyd to the consul bed. Oh, yeah. Black lives matter. I'll take a knee and they're idiots, but they don't. They don't understand. No, I know that they don't do their homework. They don't want to do their homework. And if they do know, and they screw up Dwyane Wade did or or the show on Jackson. They just claim a ignorance be they apologize and see the alcohol. Let me just say before, if somebody just tuned in We condemn George Floyd's murder with the rest of the Derrick Shelvin should get the death penalty for what he did and caused the nation to spiral that devolve into this, But what I'm saying is that the black lives matter. People hijacked that outraged for the murder of George Floyd and turned it into the this anarchy that we're witnessing this carnage..