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Lawmakers Continue Police Reform Negotiations
"May of last year, lawmakers in every state and the District of Columbia have introduced more than 3000 police reform bills. The National Conference of State Legislatures reports. That's double the number introduced in 2017. Theo U. S Department of Justice is investigating the Minneapolis police and other departments. And brought civil rights charges against Derrick Show. Vin and the other former officers involved in George Floyd's burger Cities and school districts have responded to Minneapolis public schools, joined districts across the country and cutting ties with police. And Minneapolis City Council members made headlines when they promised to defund the police. That's provocative shorthand for rerouting public safety dollars to social services that can reduce crime. And it's also something we have really heard from the general public. I asked my colleague, Minnesota public radio reporter Brandt Williams when he knew something was different. Well, I guess Anjo like many people, when I first saw that bystander video Usually there is a situation between a police officer and somebody there's a officer makes a split second decision where they fire a weapon. It's over in a second, but this happened Over nine minutes. We heard George Floyd pleading for his life, and we saw the reaction of the officer Derrick Show Vin, just not changing his expression, and he kept the pressure on. So I think that's when I knew as a boy, You know, it's gonna be really hard for this just to be pushed under the rug or just kind of forgotten about. During the next news cycle. And Brant the response from city officials that was swift as as well different than than what we've seen in the past, starting with the quick firing of officer direct Children. Right that that was different. I mean, usually there's got to be an investigation or there has to be due diligence done here before we make any disciplinary decisions. But this was the next day chief Mid Air. Arredondo came right out and said that this officer is no longer A member of the Minneapolis Police Department, and he fired the other three officers involved as well.
"derrick show" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"The conviction of Derrick Show Vin for the murder of George Floyd was one of the rare instances of police being prosecuted and found guilty of misconduct following the death of someone they were attempting to arrest or apprehend. For some years now widely publicized incidents of police killings of brutality, primarily against black people have been part of our national conversation about civil rights. The death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014 is one such incident that led to large scale protests and clashes between activists and police and We've seen this as a recurring theme ever since, including, of course following Floyd's murder a year ago today. Have we gotten anywhere? We heard a little bit in the thoughts from pastor right to suggest that there have been some at least symbolic developments since. Are we moving slowly towards racial justice in America. Or is this Ah lot of talk and maybe not as much in the way of action. Let's talk through it now with Dr Howard Henderson, director of the Center for Justice Research, a Texas Southern University. And Brandon Mac and organizer with Black Lives matter, Houston and you, we welcome your thoughts that talk at Houston matters, Dad or G'kar or 713440. 88. 70. Brandon. Dr Henderson. Welcome back. Both of you to Houston matters. Good morning. Good morning. Thank you for having me. Good morning thinking. Let me start Dr Henderson with you that this is, of course, a sad anniversary to note, but an important one is well, what are some of the thoughts swirling in your head as we Mark a year now since George Floyd's murder Number one, I think, obviously the public consciousness. Have been awakened to a longstanding issue in this country, and they'll probably police brutality. We understand that, unfortunately, 80% of criminal justice of local We see around the touch with state legislators are hesitant to pass meaningful legislation. We understand the role that the public consensus will have to place. Making these changes and unfortunately we have not moved as far as we wanted to. From a legislative standpoint, as we thought we would have a year during this time. Brandon, What are your thoughts on this this morning? I'm thinking about the fact that since George Floyd was murdered, there have been 225 black people who have also been killed within the last year at the hands of police. I'm also thinking about the fact that Into the 2021 right now. We've only had six days and with someone hasn't been killed by the police. All of those things are showing that we haven't moved. Really forward since the murder of George Floyd. We've been awakened. But the action, as Dr Henderson mentioned is still very needed and based off of what we're seeing at the local county and state level here in Texas We're not moving towards racial justice and more action is definitely needed. Dr Henderson. Let's let's broaden the length and scope of what we're talking about here. Activism about police reform social justice against systemic racism. This all dates back a lot further, of course. Then just the last several years, But it gained renewed focus. Maybe starting with what went down in Ferguson. How has civil rights activism changed just since 2014. Well, you know, I think we go back a little further than that. 2013 with the Trayvon Martin case? Sure. Uh, when you look at what's happening in terms of being able to protest You see the police taking a step toward removing person and rights of protesters around the country, But you see a community a society that now recognizes. That something needs to be done with the use of the video camera. With the use of police body cameras, We have been able to see the way in which police operates. All over the country. I think, unfortunately, we're going to have to figure out how to move. These desires our hopes and our wishes to legislative standpoint because we have been unable to make that transition. Again a lot of rhetoric, a lot of emotions. Ah, lot of passion, but for some reason, we can't sing the legislator Democracy. Brandon. How has black lives matter that the Houston chapter in particular developed since Trayvon Martin and 2013 since Michael Brown in 2014 since around that period of time the last several years? Well, we were actually founded in 2013, due in large part to the access that happened to trade Ron Martin as well as what happened in services. What has been. Our objective is to deal with a variety of different issues. Including police brutality, because it all centers around the same fundamental problem that the United States has. And that is the evaluation of black life. So for us it is about not on Lee. How do we respond to police brutality, But also how do we respond to food insecurity, educational and, uh, inequities. Economic injustice because they all feed to the same evaluation that leads to people being able to murder George Floyd Mukai, a Bryant, Tony McDade and several others. And not care Overall, about what of the systems that lead to people feeling that that's just another hash tag. That's just another person. This is Houston matters. I'm Craig Cohen. We're talking with Brandon Mac from Black Lives matter. Houston and Dr Howard Henderson from Texas Southern University's Center for Justice Research on this anniversary of the murder of longtime Houstonian George Floyd. We're discussing social activism of recent years and steps taken. Or steps not taken towards racial justice. And we welcome your questions and comments at talk at Houston matters dot org's or 713440, 88 70. We have color on the North side. Offering himself is Professor himself or herself is Professor J Professor J Go ahead. It's it's him so good more himself. Good morning. I teach history. It's a North Terrace College in the Lone Star Community College, one of the things that so my students at the beginning of each semester Is that I can't teach American history. Without teaching about race. We are racialized society. We're society where That the entire economy was originally born, based on Racialized slave labor. For the current effort of the state legislature. To prohibit.
Biden Facing Self-Imposed Deadlines on Police Reform and Infrastructure
"Year since George Floyd was killed by now convicted Minneapolis Police officer Derrick Show been across the nation Americans called on the Federal Government Institute police reform covering this for ABC News is I Could jockey who spoke with co Most Taylor Vance ice like police reform is something that President Biden wanted on his desk by the one year anniversary. George Floyd's death, and that's tomorrow. So where do things stand? Well, hasn't right now. It's not looking like that deadline will be met. You know, representative Karen Bass from California, Cory Booker from New Jersey and Ken Scott's in South Carolina. That's the bipartisan group that's really been working on this trying to get Some kind of bill on the president's desk, and unfortunately on Friday, Congress signal that probably is gonna miss that deadline. However, a White House official told ABC News that the Biden administration and his team, they're engaged with Congress on the issue, and they're giving the negotiators in the room worked a room the works through the bill. So you're seeing the administration understand that that deadlines probably not going to be met. Yes, they're at the same time. They're giving them more time to try the hammer out this bill, it make it somewhat Ah, possible bill to bring it to the desk of President Biden. Now. In March, the House passed the George Floyd for Justice in Policing Act and that what it aims to do is increase long portion accountability by doing things like ending no knock warrants banning choke holds and create a national registry for police misconduct. It seems that end qualified immunity Now it hasn't been considered yet in the Senate, and it's going to need the support of at least 10 Republicans to pass. But as of right now, It's that issue qualified immunity. That's keeping both sides to really come into agreement like I wonder,
Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd's Murder
"Three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in the death of George Floyd has been pushed back to March of next year. It was supposed to happen this summer, the judge said. He changed the trial date so a federal case could happen. First, The three ex cops and An ex cop, Derrick Show Vin are looking at federal charges of violating Floyd civil rights showman's already been convicted of murder and manslaughter and
"derrick show" Discussed on V103
"And murdered him. On tape. With no Probable calls. He had nothing on him that he had stolen. He wasn't running from the scene of a crime. Nothing, man. And ya drove up in cold blood as some damn vigilantes like y'all got the right to kill black people who you think was looking in the house and rob some. What did he take? From that house That was under construction that he could jog down the street with off any value. Nothing right. Yeah. Uh, no, it was. You just wanted to go kill somebody, and that's what you did. And you thought Since he was black, it was fine. And question Derrick Show Vin, the his attorneys or the prosecution. I should say they weren't allowed to bring in his past right and he had a past. Yeah. Misconduct as a police officer, you know, in his treatment of black men, he had a pest. They couldn't bring that up. So why are they trying to bring a month armories passed up. Maybe he's the victim. He's deceived. You killed him and shot him and cold blood in the middle of the street game. Hunted him down. No, sir. Like an animal like him. Yeah, That's right. Don't Bye Bye. Yeah. Salute for a long time and never get out ever, even the holes of the trial videotapes.
Derek Chauvin Lawyer Files Motion for New Trial
"Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin is pushing for a new trial. His lawyer filed a request Tuesday alleging publicity ahead of the proceedings impact and show Van's ability to have a fair trial show. Vin was convicted last month of killing George Floyd during an arrest last May.
"derrick show" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"A little bit, because I know I wasn't born and I don't know if my other guests were but I don't want to age them. On August 30th 1967. The Senate confirmed the appointment of Thurgood Marshall. Justice Marshall become the first black justice on the U. S. Supreme Court and after Justice Marshall's retirement in 1991, then President George Bush nominated Clarence Thomas, who would later be confirmed. And also you say, Well, you know what There's been a lot of progress. Right rules. There's been some progress in terms of racial diversity, as relates to judges within the nation's judiciary landscape, But a new report from the Brennan center reveals the racial makeup of the state supreme courts. Have a long way to go to achieve what might be considered adequate diversity in this new report was an update from 2019. And then the key fact from that report, According to the Brennan Center, quote. 24 States currently have an all white Supreme Court bench, including eight states, in which people of color or at least a quarter Of the States general population fast forward to their latest report, Not much is better. But what needs to happen so joining me now to offer their inside? We'll have telling you Washington Hicks, professor of law at Georgia State University College of Law, and from Gideon's Promise, a nonprofit public defender organization, Jonathan Rapping. President, founder of Gideon's Promise along with you Ha, Mosquito executive director of Gideon's Promise. Welcome to You. All right. Appreciate it. Thanks, bro. For having no sure. Great to be here with you all. So I hope in an age anyone by saying I think I don't know if y'all were, you know, born in 1967 like as a baby. He was a baby, You know, but before we dig into the Brennan report, let's begin with the guilty verdict. Derrick Show Vin in the murder of George Floyd. We've heard a lot of analysis such as this was accountability, but far from justice Professor Washington Hicks. I'll begin with you your takeaway from not only just the verdict, but the everything leading up to it. So I do agree that it was an expression of accountability and not justice. I mean, we did convict one person, but we've yet to indict the system that continues to perpetuate. Outcomes that place black and brown and poor folks in harm's way. But I think we need to be mindful that one of the reasons we got this kind of a verdict is because of the diversity of the decision makers mean it was an extraordinarily diverse jury. Normally, you don't have that in prosecutions of police for brutality against citizens, and so we need to be mindful that when you get Diverse jury or when you have a diverse bench, you're going to get better Justice Jonathan your reflections on what tell you knowing what First Washington except to say, but in general to the verdict From last week. Yeah, I certainly agree with everything, Professor Washington said. And you know, I think it's so interesting is Is when you look to the system to exact justice. From the people the system uses. To police and prosecute and punish. It takes a situation like Derrick Show. Vin caught on videotape kneeling on George Floyd's neck for over nine minutes, followed by Nearly a year of public outcry in order to actually Get a verdict like we saw on. I think what it really shows is that We can't count on a system. To get justice for people that we don't see as human beings. We need community. We need advocates. We need activist. We need public defenders reminding us every step of the way that every person not just George Floyd, but every person subjected to police violence is a human being who's worthy of taking time to look at and and see. The justices is deserving Johan, You're a few points on all of them, and I just think just sum it all up is that we cannot be complacent. Although this was a small step. This is a small step in a very very We have a long way to go. It's a marathon and not a sprint and so changing the culture. Of the criminal legal system is going to take time. He's going to take the community. It's going to take activists and advocates to really change things. So although this was a small victory for people of color and economically disadvantaged communities, we cannot just be resolved that it is over. And so we must continue and continue to fight and they change and push for change. Ha! Let me stay with you. Because now as we begin to talk about that report from the Brennan Center, which you see when we get with this and 22 states, all of the state Supreme Court justices. Are white and in 11 of those states as they put it, people of color makeup at least 20% of the population. I know you all had a chance to go through some report. Is this alarming? Is that even Starling to you? You are my start with you. I wasn't surprised. I wasn't surprised. I mean, we have had challenges on the bench with diversity for a very long time, and also not just racial diversity, but diversity and experience. Right. Experiential diversity is important. When you look at The number of people in law school people of color and law school. Those diversity numbers are alarming. Right then you move him into my area. Public interest they're loving, so I wasn't surprised by it. I think that I'm glad the Brennan Center put the report out because now we have more work to do in this effort. Johnson. What about you your thoughts on overall in that report? Yeah, well, I completely agree with Phil home. I mean, we we work in the criminal legal space developing advocates. Uh, you know, as referring to my earlier answer to make sure that we see every person as a human being, and I think far too often. Wakulla across and.
Judge Orders Chauvin Juror Names Sealed, Citing Risk of Harassment
"The sake of their safety. The judge in the Derrick show Vin Trial, will not release the names of jurors. The 12 jurors panel convicted the former Minneapolis police officer of murder and manslaughter for killing George Floyd. During an arrest last May. Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill ordered the names of the jurors to be kept under wraps for at least six months.
Republican Candidate for Governor Says Chauvin Verdict Makes Her ‘Sick’
"Virginia is no stranger to controversy, and now she's being criticized following a comment she made about the Derrick Show Vin trial shortly after Shobin was found guilty in the killing of George Floyd on Tuesday for junior Republican state Senator Amanda Chase, who's running for governor, told a crowd at a campaign stop Today's verdict mates, Me said. She said she believed the jury made his decision largely to prevent civil unrest rather than to serve justice. I am so concerned about our lawns You're smart right now quitting and you should be, too She has caused controversy before. In January, the state Senate voted to censure her, in part because she used the word Patriots when talking about people who stormed the capital. Nick I. Nelly. W T O P.
Police in North Carolina Fatally Shoot Black Man, Prompting Protests
"Deputy serving a search warrant shot and killed a black man whose family says was unarmed People in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, say they want to know what happened Wednesday morning and why a sheriff's deputy fatally shot Andrew Brown Jr. One witness said the 42 year old was shot as he drove away from the deputy skidding out of his yard and slamming into a tree. Brown's family. Neighbors and community leaders want the deputy's body Cam Video released immediately. Well, this week's guilty verdict for Derrick Show Vin and the
Lawmakers Focus on Police Reform After Chauvin Conviction
"One day after the conviction of Derrick Show Open for the death of George Floyd. President Biden is keeping up the pressure on lawmakers to overhaul policing. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says lawmakers will continue to strive to make sure George Floyd's death was not in vain. We will not rest until the Senate passes strong legislation. End the systemic bias in law enforcement Democrats in the House of Pass the George Floyd Justice and Policing Act, which would ban some use of force methods, like choke holds and create a national registry of police misconduct. But Republicans have noted concerns with a provision that would change qualified immunity protections for police officers. The Justice Department has announced an investigation in the police practices by the Minneapolis Police
D.C. Residents React to Chauvin Verdict
"Gathering in our area last night following the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin and the killing of George Floyd. And there was joy and relief on the streets at 14th and you Northwest. Well, there were no triumphant displays along the popular use. Street corner. People acknowledge the momentous verdict is definitely a big moment. You can't kill people and think you can get away with person That does long has to go and do his time because that was one verse simple. What happened in the whole world Saw that well, Nisha's sucking of District tight stop to say Justice has finally been served. It's a step forward for America. Yeah, to start holding people accountable for killing black and brown people, So that's a good step, but we got some more steps to go. So let's not forget it. Let's not get too happy in Northwest D C, particularly on O. W. T O P
Justice Department Launches Investigation Into Minneapolis Police Department
"After the conviction of Derek Children, the Department of Justice is going to launch an investigation into the Minneapolis Police department. Look at the department's policies and whether or not they're discriminatory. The prime actor in the killing of George Floyd has been convicted Attorney General Merrick Garland wants to know whether the Minneapolis Police Department as a whole has a history of using excessive force. The investigation will also assess whether the MPD engages in discriminatory conduct. And whether it's treatment of those with behavioral health disabilities is unlawful. The so called pattern and practice investigation is separate from a criminal investigation to determine whether Derrick Show Vin and the other arresting officers violated George Floyd's civil rights. Aaron Carter Ski ABC
Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of the Murder of George Floyd
"Broken we, the jury in the above entitled Manner as to Count one. Find the defendant. Guilty count too guilty, held three guilty. And with that, Derrick show Vin, convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, one by one. Judge Peter Cahill read the counts and affirmed the Jury's verdict of guilty on charges of second degree murder, third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. Derek Shelvin in a light gray jacket, white shirt and blue tie had on a light blue mask. So his face was indiscernible. There was no apparent reaction from the former Minneapolis police officer as the jury's guilty verdicts were read after the verdict. Bail revoked and Chauvet is taken off to prison and official sentence is eight weeks away. More potential
Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of Murdering George Floyd
"Are celebrations in Minneapolis tonight after a jury convicted former police officer Derrick Show Vin of murder and manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd. That's epic of Minnesota public radio reports on one of those celebrations at the intersection where Floyd died last year. For the last 11 months, 38th Street in Chicago Avenue in South Minneapolis, has been known as George Floyd Square. Hundreds of people gathered here to await the jury's decision. Cheers erupted. His judge Peter Cahill, read the guilty verdicts. Prosecutors are seeking a prison sentence that's longer than Minnesota's guidelines. Three other officers charged with aiding and abetting Floyd's murder are due to face trial in August
Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd
"Conviction of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. Murder and manslaughter charges. A jury took a little more than 10 hours to find Children guilty of second degree murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin. This was highly unusual. I mean, it's always clear to prosecutors that quick verdict of fact, fast verdict really hints at an agreement journey for George Floyd's family. Ben Crump, we framed this moment. For all of us, not just for George floor. This is a victory for those who championed humanity over inhumanity. President Biden says the conviction can be a giant step forward for the nation in the fight against systemic racism. He calls on the Senate to pass a police reform bill okay by the House and named for Floyd. So far it is deadlocked in the Senate. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening
Minnesota's Attorney General Reacts to Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict
"Attorney General Keith Ellison, reacting to the jury's verdict today that former police officer Derrick Show Vin has been found guilty for killing George Floyd, When I became the lead prosecutor for the case, I asked for time and patience. To review the facts, gather evidence and prosecute for the murder of George Floyd to the fullest extent the law allowed. I want to thank the community for giving us that time and allowing us to do our work. Sheldon now faces up to 40 years in prison.
Biden Says He's Praying For "The Right Verdict"
"The jury is sequestered as it deliberates evidence in the Derrick Show. Vin Murder Trial cities on alert for When a verdict happens at the White House President Biden weighing in on the trial and tensions across the country, President Biden Tuesday said he held off on weighing in on the trial. Of Derek Shobin until after the jury had the case and was sequestered. Praying The verdict is right for Nick. It's overwhelming and like you, I wouldn't say that. The jury was sequestered now hear me say that, the president said He spoke by phone Monday with members of George Floyd's family because he wanted to know how they were doing can only imagine. The pressure and anxiety they're feeling. Karen Travers ABC NEWS Washington members of the
Files on Ex-Boston Police Officer's Abuse Allegation to Be Released
"Out today. Former bpd union chief Patrick Rose is charged with molesting multiple Children in incidents leading all the way back to the mid 19 nineties. The bpd receiving backlash on how this case was handled. As Rose was reportedly allowed to stay on the force, even after the criminal complaint was filed. Roses pleaded not guilty to 33 total charges, including six alleged victims. He's currently held on $200,000 cash bail and again acting Mayor Janey has made this a top priority of her new administration. As soon as we have that redacted report, you will hear it here on WBZ. Meantime, in Minneapolis jury deliberations go on. In the Derrick Show Been murder trial. CBS is Kris Van Cleave says the
Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin's Trial
"The Derrick show Vin trial has just resumed deliberations. Shelving. The former Minneapolis police officer is facing 2nd and 3rd degree murder charges and a manslaughter charge in the death of George Floyd. Minneapolis, as well as other cities in the US are bracing for reaction from the public. Whichever way the verdict goes. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz is calling for calm. We have to have that change. We can't live like this. We cannot continue to live like this. Governor. Ball says schools won't be in session this week in Minneapolis in
NYPD Cops Can't Take Unscheduled Days Off After Chauvin Verdict
"Is pausing unscheduled days off until further notice and anticipation of a verdict in the Derrick Show. Vin Murder trial a show Bala reports closing arguments in the former Minneapolis cops trial or set for Monday, and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea says the department has been planning how to handle potential protests for quite some time last year. Unrest following the police custody Death of George Floyd resulted in a lawsuit from New York Attorney General Tish James. She called attention to a pattern of excessive, brutal and unlawful force against protesters. In addition to the police Department, the lawsuit also charges the city Mayor de Blasio Shay and former chief of department Terry Monahan, with a variety of failures that caused human rights violations. A show Kabbalah WR news
"derrick show" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Get back the transmitter sites and more coming up Fun W g and radio. News Nation this hour. I'm David Jennings, the East Coast is bracing for storms and left a trail of destruction in the deep South. On Wednesday, news Nation's chief meteorologist Albert Ramon explains which areas are on the hot seat right now, between now and midnight Eastern time. It's gonna be North Carolina and Virginia that we're gonna be watching very closely as a matter of fact. We do have a tornado watch that has been extended until nine o'clock eastern time and includes places like Raleigh, North Carolina, as well as Norfolk, Virginia. Atlanta's deputy police chief says that if our bids looking at every angle, including the possibility of a hate crime in the deadly shooting spring it three Atlanta area massage parlors that claimed the lives of eight people Six of whom were women of Asian descent. We still working very diligently. I am to ascertain all the facts so we can have a successful prosecution because that's what's most important now. The gunman 21 year old Robert Aaron Long is facing multiple charges, including eight counts of murder. Three more jurors have been picked in the trial of Derrick Show, van, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd. Two alternates must still be picked to have a completed, jury attorneys clashed in court over an expert of the case. Prosecutors say a forensic psychiatrist will testify that George Floyd's behavior during the arrest Was consistent with a panic attack during the traumatic event. Defense attorneys claim that Floyd was resisting arrest. Thousands of students scam by for profit colleges are going to get their student loans completely forgiven. The Department of Education, says the decision applies to students who asked for a loan forgiveness and received only partial relief. The agency says about a billion dollars will end up not having to be paid. Fine news nation on your cable or satellite provider and stay up to date around the clock at news nation Now calm and the news nation now app. I'm David Jennings. Will be partly cloudy. Quite windy Tonight. Winds gusting to around 35 MPH the overnight low temperature.
"derrick show" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"In cove. In 19 cases. There are currently 259 covert 19 patients in the hospital and Bear County 11 Person of staff beds are available. The former Hurricane ADA has killed more than 70 people is flooding and mudslides hit Central America. A storm was a Category four hurricane when it made landfall Tuesday and caused about 20 deaths across Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica and Panama. The storm weakened to a tropical depression as it moved inland but continue to flood the region with heavy rain. The death toll rose over 50 Thursday in Guatemala, where mudslides buried dozens of homes in a couple of small towns at I could regain strength and is expected to reach the Straits of Florida. By early next week. All four former Minneapolis police officers charged in connection with the death of George Floyd will be tried. At the same time. Despite defense attorneys asking for separate trials, Judge Peter Cahill signaled his intentions once again to keep the case right here at the Hennepin County. The government center in downtown Minneapolis, despite security concerns, and despite overwhelming media coverage and the potential for poisoning the jury pool. He also again one trial for the four defendants with cameras in the courtroom, a trial that will guarantee now eyeballs all across the globe. Former officer Derrick Show Vin is charged with second degree murder and manslaughter. The other's face charges of aiding and abetting W away I news time 8 36 traffic and weather together in just a minute. But first a check of your money in the world of business as trading is already underway. This report brought to you by first Mark Credit Union We welcome in Joan Doniger live at the Bloomberg News Desk. Charity and October jobs report. Surprise isn't really doing it for Wall Street. The Dow was down.
"derrick show" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The National Guard is activated in Minnesota, only sobriety Fox News. That announcement made after a judge's decision in the case against a former police officer charged in the death of George Floyd boxes. Jeff has more like Minnesota Governor Tim Walz. Activating the National Guard, he says is a precautionary step after Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill Dismissed E third degree murder charge against former officer Derrick Show Vin leaving in place charges of second degree murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd in May. Hail also deny defense request to dismiss, aiding and abetting counts against three other former officers, all four of whom who have asked for separate trials outside of Hennepin County. The judge has yet to rule on those motions. Lisa Thanks Jeff for race in America, National Security and Covert 19 are among the topics for tonight's second and final presidential debate. The president and Joe Biden will face off in Nashville. President Trump's about with Corona virus disease came after his first debate appearance, leading many to question whether or not the president might have been infected with the virus while attending the debate with Mr Biden. Moderator Chris Wallace, production staff and an audience in the hall. As of this morning, the Biden campaign says he's tested negative using a PCR virus test members of his running mate Kamala Harris, is entourage recently tested positive. Seven Brown the US Postal Service offering reassurance about election mail, saying it's already delivered more than 100 million ballots to or from voters. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reporting continue to progress and her talks with the U. S. Treasury chief on a broad covert relief bill. It will be bigger. It would be better. It will be safer and it will be wrecked. Though it's still not clear how much spending Senate Republicans would support a day after Democrats blocked a smaller version.
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"Beach 62 Riverside Hen 67 In Long Beach. We lead local live from the kick off I 24 hour news room. I'm Leyla Mohammed and, uh, Good morning. It is a Thursday morning, October 22 bill handle here, Uh, a lot going on today. Tonight is the final debate 12 Days selection and this just came in Derek shove in the cop who was kneeling on George Floyd's neck, killing him. And of course that's exploded. The Black lives matter movement and really gave it just a huge kick start to the point. Where has become front Honor stuff. And this is going to be that incident of the murder. I can't say murder. The killing of Derrick Show Vin is there's no conviction yet is going to be one of the seminal moments in the I guess Civil rights era. I really do believe that Well. The third degree murder charge has just been dismissed against Derrick Show, Vin. And that one carried up to 25 years. So what is left is unintentional. Second degree murder sends up to 12.5 years and a straight out second degree manslaughter charge. And that calls for four years and since they will not be served consecutively that almost never happens effectively. The possible sentencing has just been cut in half from 25 years to 12.5 years, So that's big news, and I'm sure a lot of people are very unhappy about that. Derek Sheldon's family certainly is and Children himself. Oh, yes, day is starting and then overnight we got the news at 1170. People in United States have died. So now we're as a result of Cove it now we're up over. 1000 people died in one of the areas That sort of is a ah, a spot that is being looked at as one of the successful areas in this country as Faras, Kobe to California. We have largely avoided this new wave of cases. And the credit goes to Gavin Newsom. And his overhauling of the system. We just found out that we are opening very, very slowly. Theme parks, for the most part, won't open until probably early next year. We have tattoo parlors at have just opened up. Beauty salons have just opened up and keep in mind that places like Florida. There is no restrictions. There are no restrictions whatsoever. Social distancing mask wearing, it doesn't matter, And those areas you would think would be places where there was some real issues with covert spreads. Of course, there are I mean, there's no magic here. I mean, the the equation is here. You can't argue the more social distance say, Well, the more people get together, the closer they are the fewer of them wearing masks. The fewer washing their hands 56 times an hour. Guess what more cases and a lot more cases, and the second wave is here. It's not. It's going to come. It is here. It is now exploding. And keep in mind we're talking about the number of positive cases have gone up. The number of hospitalizations have gone up and the number of deaths has gone up. And This is it's a logical step. And then there's a delay about a month sober in the time someone test positive till the time they go into the hospital usually is a couple of weeks from the time House specialization starts till the time someone dies is another two weeks. And we're seeing that trend and we're seeing well, 12 days from now it's going to be worse. 30 days from now it's going to be far worse. And then the only hope is the vaccine in most cases, and then I've talked about how the vaccine number one is not gonna be the panacea. It's not gonna be the silver bullet and it's going to take a while. But coming back. I want to share with you What's going on with these trials and what an extraordinary achievement has been made in producing one or two or six of the vaccines? And where you nail the president for not his for not having leadership during the course of the pandemic. You've got to give him all the credit in the world. When it comes to this world of vaccines. I'll share that information with you when we come back. If I am 6 40 live everywhere in the I heart radio app. Let's check in with Layla Mohammed. The third degree murder charge.
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"Warning weather Chief meteorologist Marshall McPeak joining us now, Marshall. I had to throw on the old sweat. Honey. This morning when I mowed the lawn, I was like, what's chilly out here today? It felt kind of good, actually. Yeah, but it's a good thing. You got it done when you did, because tomorrow is when the showers and thunderstorms get here. I'm gonna try to mow early in the morning tomorrow, but it's well okay? So first I have to drag my lazy out of bed and then I can try to get the lawn mowed before it starts to rain. So in the afternoon showers and thunderstorms high around 85 degrees, and then on Sunday, it's rain in the morning with Sun later in the day high around 81 next week looks fantastic 77 on both Monday and Tuesday with lots of sunshine. All right, Marshall. Thank you. It's 69. Right now. It is the mark Blazer show with Josh sees Dae man Dimitrius. Let's bring in from ABC News, Ryan Burrows for the four former officers accused in the George Floyd case. They are in court today. Yes. Ryan? Yeah, making that appearance for the first time for Officer Derrick Show Vin. Since his arrest back in May, he had been appearing via video link to this point. So you had all four officers and, yes, the family members of George flight all in the same room. At the same time Now, what this hearing was about was a number of different Moshe, various court filings and motions. I'll give you the highlights one of them. I was about to change.
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"Have been fired that from an attorney representing Floyd's family, who is apparently notified about the alleged to data breach by employees that include nurses, a lab tech, a social worker and a paramedic. Floyd died this spring following a police aroused in which an officer kneeled on his neck. Though the now former officer Derrick Show, Vin, who's charged with murder points to a medical examiner's report that shows that Floyd had heart disease and fentanyl and methamphetamine in his system. Jeff from and also Fox New Twitter, saying it will label or remove misinformation that Ames wonder mind confidence in the election, including post claiming victory before results have been certified. Last week. Facebook said it was creating a label for post by candidates or campaigns that make premature claims of victory, and it says he will not accept new political ads the week before Election Day. For the first time, a woman will head one of Wall Street's biggest banks gain. Fraser is taking over as CEO of Citigroup, the country's third largest bank, Michael Corbat, stepping down in February, Frazer's been with city for 16 years promoted last year, the head of its global consumer banking division that's checking and savings and credit card accounts. Corbat led Citigroup for eight years, helping to refocus the company into something smaller but stronger. After it's near collapse after the 2008 financial crisis. Chris Foster Fox News, The 19th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks is tomorrow There will be ceremonies in New York at the September 11th Memorial Plaza and the World Trade Center by its president, Mike Pence, is expected at both those President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will be in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The Pentagon is ceremony will be conducted without victims. Families in attendance due to the pandemic. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah, This is news. Hughes. Your flag forecast tonight will continue to be a dry night here all across the area. Lower 42 not seeing a whole lot happening here for the first part of Friday, Sonny. But then we have a shower that moves in late in the day..
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"The alleged a data breach by employees that include nurses, a lab tech Postal worker and a paramedic. Floyd died this spring following the police arrest in which an officer kneeled on his neck Now former officer Derrick Show Vin, who's charged with murder points to a medical examiner's report that shows that Floyd had heart disease and fentanyl and methamphetamine in his system, Jeff from and also a new president. Trump providing another update in the White House today on the battle with the Corona virus. Criticizing Joe Biden for using a teleprompter doing a Q and a for our campaign events. As we continue to follow the science based approach to protect people and vanquish the virus, Joe Biden continues to use the pandemic for political game. Every time I see him, he starts talking about their pandemic. He's reading off a teleprompter. I'm not allowed to use a teleprompter. Why is that? They ask questions, and he starts reading the TelePrompTer has moved the teleprompter a little bit closer, please. You can watch the president's full briefing on our Facebook page. Ah, long time staple of the Monday night Football broadcast will not be there this season. Hope you're ready for some football because the NFL season kicks off tonight. But when Monday rolls around the Monday night football theme song won't ask if we're ready for some football. The signature line sung by Hank Williams Junior will not be a part of Monday night broadcasts on ESPN this season because, according to sports business Kelly ESPN figured that a song titled All My Rowdy Friends were here on Monday night would not be fitting in an NFL season where there won't be many fans allowed into stadiums instead of the Hank Williams song ESPN will use a little Richard Ditty called, Rip it Up with new instrumentals from a band called Butcher Brown. No word of the Hank Williams song will ever find its way back to the broadcasts. Jared Max Fox News Jacking your money. The Dow finished the day down..
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"The court releasing lanes and 90 Minute audio interview with investigators. The rookie cop says the officers thought Floyd was on drugs and says the more veteran officer Derrick Show Vin, who had his knee on Floyd's neck. Directed how Floyd was restrained. I think I had said again, you know, I think we should roll him onto his side. Come on. Believe shop and said, you know, way have Emma's an ambulance. Come on, We got him. We're just gonna hold here. Floyd at least two dozen times a beg for air and said he couldn't breathe before losing consciousness. That's Alex Perez reporting. Come on news time. 5 56. And now today's consumer tip brought to you by Safeway and Albertsons, strengthening neighborhoods and changing lives supporting charities that make a difference. Here's comas, Herb Weisbaum. I'm sure you've noticed your grocery bills keep going up. You could blame the pandemic for pushing up the price of many stables, including beef and pork, poultry and eggs. Retail analyst Phil Lempert, the supermarket guru, suggest adjusting your mindset to the new reality prices are going to continue to go up. So when you see products that are on sale Make sure you stock up. Also shop around if you like a particular kind of ketchup, But there's another ketchup there. That's less expensive. Try it Another money saving tips be willing to try store brands. You may be surprised at how good they are, so they've really up the quality number one and the price spread between the National brand and the store brand is getting wider and wider and most store brands come with a money back guarantee, Leper says. Expect to Seymour store brands on the shells. So Albertson's, for example, just announced that they're adding Other 2200 store brands over the next 6 to 9 months more about this in the consumer section of komo news dot com. Her Voice bomb Co. Moh news during this time when we're.
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"This footage part of towers one hour and 40 minute interview with investigators. How explains how Officer Derrick Show Vin got control over George Floyd believes the left. Have you seen that? Or used a maneuver similar to that. The interview's release comes a day after towels body camera was filed in court video his lawyers believe helps prove he shouldn't face criminal charges. Few people have escaped the economic pain caused by our pandemic. But some employees have fared better than others. Comas Charlie Harder, talked with the Washington Post Heather long about it. I'm Charlie Herder, 2020 has been an unusual year. And the pandemics effect on the economy underscores the widening chasm between the well to do and the working class. Heather Long is an economics correspondent for The Washington Post, And in her most recent article, she writes The recession is over for the rich. But the working class is far from recovered. Had their joins us on the coma. News like Heather, can we start by describing what's happening in terms of employment numbers for the wealthy versus those who are working class? Yeah, we took a closer look with a group called Opportunity Inside. At a Harvard and proud university. And I was pretty stuff that dichotomy. We broke it up by different wage groups to look at. Everybody had a rough April. You know that matter if you were high paid locate. Obviously, a lot of the lower wage jobs in retail and restaurants and hotels were really hard hit. But what we've seen now sitting here sort of in the summer is The jobs for the top half of this in cups. Doctor basically recovered so people who are earning stepping down the dollars or more, You know both those jobs air back whereas for the lower wage jobs while some of them have come back, it's only half recovered has to be just so terrifying. If you're somebody who's not making much in the first place, and here you are and unemployed for months. Is there any indication in the study? If things improve, anytime, tuneful, assume for these folks or have we had a reset button here? Well, it's almost gotten worse, because obviously there were the very generous unemployment benefits this extra $600 a week that everyone keeps talking about Congress that was in place through the end of July, And so some people who are unemployed. We're actually making more money unemployed that they would have if they had a $10 an hour job. But that's gone now, and that's why here sitting here in August, and some Republicans argue all these people need to go backto work. The reality is the country has about five million job postings and still have close to 30 million people unemployed, So there just aren't enough jobs to go back to and what our analysis showed is there particularly are enough of the lower in jobs that are back at for people to go to, even though they want, Um Heather Long is the economics correspondent for The Washington Post. Heather, you have quite a background in economics. Is there any historical precedent for this? Or are you able to point to a time where we've had such disparity? Well, it's certainly on the big, big picture. It looks a lot like what we saw in the 19 twenties. I mean, that's definitely the level of inequality were at that was true even before the pandemic, however, before the pandemic, we were finally starting to see After 10 years of recovery. We're finally starting to seize. Waged games for folks at the lower end that were really encouraging. You know, people they remember Walmart Target announcing that they were going to even raise their starting wages 13 or 14 or $15 an hour. So basically all of the lot of those games have been lost Heather Long. Her article is in the Washington Post washingtonpost dot com You're listening to coma news. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News. Cuomo's money report is sponsored by Propel Insurance. Major stock indexes on Wall Street ended Friday more or less where they started. After a day of drifting.
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"People have got to be careful about thinking about doing things that just various people for working there is a vitality and integrity and value in working. We're better people when we are working on something, then we are just simply lazing around. And if you've got a chance to work, I gotta have the dignity of work. Subscribe and listen. By going to a fox news podcasts. Don Kam The Justice Department's move to dismiss the case against former National security advisor Michael Flynn goes before the entire Washington, DC federal appeals court today. The more common three judge panel procedure is giving way to atleast 10 of the 11 D C appeals court judges being seated for this proceeding. The judges told both sides to prepare to give oral arguments about how federal law affects judicial impartiality. Flynn, who at one time pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI sought to take back that plea when the Justice Department asked for a dismissal trial. Judge Emmet Sullivan refused to immediately granted, Flynn's lawyers called Sullivan vindictive. But the judges legal team says he has a right to challenge the motives of the request. Good All. Scott Fox News. A judge in Minnesota has ordered the public release of the police body worn camera video of the arrest of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Memorial Day. In that video, Floyd tells the officers he is not resisting arrest. But he is claustrophobic and has just had covert 19. Lloyd pleads with the officers that he cannot breathe. He died after Officer Derrick Show even knelt on his neck for several minutes to Alabama parents have been arrested after the hot car death of their three year old Brandy Burkes and Dakota. Feller in Russellville, north of Birmingham, are charged with manslaughter after medics weren't able to revive their young child. Officials are saying the parents told them the last time they saw the three year old was around midnight Saturday. When the toddler was put to bed. The parents then said they couldn't find the child at first. When they woke up Sunday afternoon. They did find him inside a vehicle later, and that's when deputies were called No defense lawyers heir listed yet for the parents till NATO folks knew after a seven straight winning session by the down Monday, Asian stock markets are closing Tuesday. Mixed del futures. They're trading more than 90 points higher. God, Jack. Hello. This's Fox news Right now, Savings count more than ever. So what if you could unlock extra savings on any project.
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"77 about to be 78. Do I have that right? But there's ah whole lot of difference between Fauci and Biden just from Right? Yep. Okay, So Biden is going to be 78. He has 77. So Biden is going to be 78. In November. She got Fauci, who's two years older than Joe Biden. And you look how spry and how mental acuity is much greater with ouchy. Then Joe Biden and this is not a political statement is a factual statement. This is an observational statement. And all you gotta do is look at the two and you can see that it is night and day today. It's completely different on 808 01 89 99 808 01 89. 99. The number here on Schmidt. I mentioned I have a couple of the things about Michael Cohen. And folks Michael Cohen's book. And I'm just saying this out of again and observational standpoint and the fact that Michael Cohen knows where Ah lot of the bodies are buried. Cohen was involved in so many aspects. Off Donald Trump's personal and business affairs that he knows where bodies are buried. He knows Ah, lot of detail. So what? I do believe even though the merry Trump book had a lot of embarrassing things, whether they're false, whether they're true whether Mary Trump embellished Trump family issues and items and stories in orderto sell a book. I don't know. I think all that's possible. I think there's some truth potentially in her book. I think that there are embellished stories in the Mary Trump book. With that, and the Bolton book? Certainly, from a literary standpoint. Yes, President Trump has had a rough couple of months, but I will maintain here. That Michael Cohen's book could be the worst of the lot for the president now. Can you paint Michael Cohen as a disgruntled convicted liar. You can. Of course she can, and it comes down to who you believe, he said. He said. But don't take this as any kind of an endorsement. Don't take this as any type of an agreement with Cohen because Collins a sleazy dude, there's not that about it. Michael Cohen is a sleazy guy, a sleazebag. It doesn't mean that what he's going to write in the book and what he claims that he did for President Trump. Or maybe documentation that he has could back up some of the stories and I believe I've heard that he claims that he's gonna have proof for what he suggests and again do not take. This is any type of an endorsement, But the Michael Cohen book again, folks could be The worst book of all. As far as information of a guy that was just in the trenches and did a lot of things that he alleges that Donald Trump doesn't want you to know about for him to come out with a book in September. Just 60 days or so before the election. Clearly the information could be embarrassing and bad and dangerous and detrimental, but also look at the timing. You got the timing just 60 days before the election. And is Michael calling going to do a media blitz? I'm guessing, Yeah. I'm guessing that he's going to be doing all kinds of interviews from home on Zoom or facetime or Skype or whatever. And you know, CNN will have him on on every single show. He'll be booked on every single program on CNN and MSNBC. It's comment. Listen, don't don't shoot the messenger here, but I'm sure that that's part of the Uh, hope that Trump wanted him to stay in prison and not be able to do any interviews or not write a book as a condition. For a furlough, and that's why he went back. But of course of bowing. He's been sprung, and it will be official by two o'clock eastern time tomorrow, where Michael Cohen again out of federal prison. And back home on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. By moving along a couple of things here. I've got a lot of ground to cover. I do have a covert 19 update. Speakinof ouchy. I found you with some ominous words yesterday and today I want to put both things together. But also With the jobless numbers. We had new numbers from the Labor Department this morning, which, well, they went the wrong way. The unemployment numbers those filing for unemployment rose We've been on a steady trajectory for 15 weeks. We've been heading down, so I want to talk about the jobless claims here in a second and then also the latest on Corona virus. And where we are So all I want to tie all of that together because the economy and Corona virus and the push to reopen schools. It's all tied together. It's all important and I want a nice long stretch, so we'll probably get to that coming up right at the beginning of our number two In just a short time. Quickly before I move on. I also want to get to the latest that of Minneapolis and George Floyd. I had mentioned that the judge Judy Video Clip is not of that. George Floyd. It's a different George Floyd. It's been flying all over the Internet this week but speak of the Minneapolis And it's amazing when you're under the microscope. What can be revealed? And, well, some more bad news for Derrick Show Vin and his wife, Kelly, Of course, Derrick Show. Vin is the police officer that stupidly ridiculously had his knee on Floyd's neck. For seven minutes, 46 seconds, resulting In the death of George Floyd. Well, guess what? Under the microscope when the rains it pours, And it's not just this ex Minneapolis cop that's in trouble turns out that his wife Is also option. It's Creek without a paddle. Because Ex Minneapolis cop cop Derrick Show Vin and his wife, Kelly. Have now been charged with tax evasion. What say's Yep. Here's what we know. Calvin is 44. His wife, Kelly, a real estate agent is 45 they're facing nine counts each. Of filing fraudulent tax returns or failing to file returns. This came out yesterday afternoon from the Star Tribune in Minneapolis and the charges Includes six counts of aiding and abetting taxes or filing fraudulent returns between 2014 or beginning in 2014 and then three counts of failing to file tax returns from 2016 to 2018. Cording to the paper, and the tax charges come as a Washington County judge granted Kelly shamans request at her pending divorce. From her. A strange husband now be sealed due to the constant harassment from the public. And the divorce proceedings were agreed to be sealed. Well, guess what. Now, you got a whole lot of unsealing going on because of tax evasion, It turns out That he didn't report all kinds of side business money. Like Remember, we heard that he was a security guard at the same club where George Floyd was a bouncer. Yeah. So, ah, ton of income over the years that he was making on the side did not report and the same thing. Some additional side income for his wife, Kelly not reported, so they are injures the little bit of trouble. When it rains it pours and certainly when you've got a case like this, you're under the microscope. A lot of things will get dug into the typically possibly would not get Dug into with a humongous back whole and a dean. I'm Caterpillar bulldozer. Those..
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"He's recording me threatening myself in my dog for that performance. She apologized, too. On the same day that she also lost her job and most of these cases, the people being recorded. Khun clearly see the cameras rolling. A bee sees Steve Olson Sammy knew transcripts have been filed in the investigation into the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis ST Lucy's Ryan Burrow reports. The newly released transcripts come from police body worn camera footage from the arrest of George Floyd. Show Floyd pleading for his life dozens of times, with the officers calling them Mr Officer and sir, multiple times apologizing and telling them not to shoot him. Officers offered to put him in the back of a squad car. But Floyd said he didn't want to do that. And it recently had covert 19 as the officers restrain him on the ground. He yelled out several times he couldn't breathe. At one point officer Derrick Show, even told him to stop talking. Stop yelling fellow officers asking Chauvet at least twice if Lloyd should be rolled to his side, Ryan Burrow ABC News a wall a wall, a police officer with a controversial tattoo on his Forearm toe honor. His late friend will now have that tattoo altered. Officer Nat Small says he wears a tattoo to honor a fellow Marine who died in Afghanistan. The tattoo is two letter s is stacked next to one. Another is very similar design used by the Nazi SS in World War two. Smalls says that the tattoo actually refers to Scout sniper and has been used by U. S troops since the Vietnam War. He says he regrets any unintended cause of division in his community. He decided to alter the tattoo to eliminate the double ass portion. 12. 50 it CO. Moh in time for update.
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"Derrick show Vin has seen with his knee on Floyd and charged with second degree murder, appearing via video. The others charged with aiding and abetting Shobin Toto scene, holding the crowd of bystanders back in custody and appearing in person. Also in the courtroom, rookie cops J. Alexander King and Thomas Layne. Both out on bail. Watching from the gallery, George Floyd's aunt and uncle, I'm sitting six feet from my duty just killed my nephew. Justice for him is justice judge admonishing both sides instructing them to limit pretrial publicity. Argue this case in court, not the media. Former officers have not yet entered pleas, but court documents show J. Alexander King intends to plead not guilty. Arguing self defense. The former cops are due back in court in September. A trial could start here at the courthouse as early as March of next year. ABC is Alex Perez. Louisville's City Council wants to investigate the mayor's handling of the death of Briana Taylor during a no knock warrant by police. Louisville's government oversight committee, announcing it will file a bipartisan resolution to look into the decisions made by Mayor Greg Fischer and members of his administration leading up to and following the death of Briana Taylor. Apologies, no work. We need the truth. Good, the bad and there's going to be off. Council members say they also like to broaden the scope to see how the mayor handle demonstrations in recent weeks. Use of force by the police Department and the death of David McEntee. No officers have been charged yet in the death of Briana Taylor, Ryan Burrow ABC News Come on NEWS time. 1 28 ABC headlines Straight Ahead and now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we.