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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.
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 WCBM 680 AM
"We're standing directly in the in the heart or stomach before he shot Without a bit, okay? Only after an injury. Perhaps fatal was You know what was she comes to come from her injuries then, and only then can can police intervene. This is madness. So Stacey Abrams, of course, is she's a radical leftist, and it shows the Oscars. I deliberately don't pay much attention this because, frankly, I find them devoid of any true intrinsic value it at all, but but they do have to be called out for their anti cop sentiment last night, and there was lots of it. I'll give you one example. They got after was sickeningly woke start. With an actress Regina King, saying that if things had gone differently this past week in Minneapolis Might have traded my heels for much marching boats. This is actress Regina King can have a look around cause I don't really recognize the name. She had a supporting role in Legally Blonde two. There's a real contribution to society. Red, white and blonde. That was the name of that movie. She kicked off the show on talking about Derrick Show Vin. And mourning the loss of well, you know, for yourself who live TV. Here we go. Welcome to the 93rd Oscars. It has been Quite a year. We are mourning the loss of so many and I have to be honest. If things had gone differently this past week in Minneapolis, I might have traded in my heels for marching boots. Now I know that a lot of you people with home when you reach for your remote You feel like Hollywood is preaching to you. But as a mother of a black son, I know the fear that so many live with and no amount of fame or fortune changes that, okay? Yeah, Well, maybe as a mother, a black son. You will give the message comply or die. I mean, that's a very simple message. You know, Tell your son or daughter for that matter, as I have done mine. Okay. Why should again understand if you want to make the argument blocks were pulled over. Um and disproportionate numbers. Okay, we could we could look at that. I still like to see some empirical evidence of that. But if you want to make out, but so just comply with the officer's commands. That's all. Don't do anything that would let that officer think that you may have a gun or a weapon or you're acting sketchy or suspiciously. And just comply. And in again if that officer Has violated any of your constitutional rights than you can fight it in the court and not in the streets. That's the way it should be done. I'm sure you've had that conversation with your son, Mrs. King 8 43 time for traffic.
"derrick show" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Police officer Derrick Show Vin was convicted of murdering George Floyd. Justice Department announced it is investigating whether the Minneapolis Police Department engaged in a quote, pattern or practice of unconstitutional unlawful policing. The end result of that investigation could be a consent decree. That's a court approved deal between the DOJ and local governments, establishing a pathway to change Police departments in Baltimore, Chicago and Ferguson, Missouri, are operating under such agreements. Other places aren't waiting for federal intervention. The mayor of Birmingham has just announced that city's first civilian review board and in Oklahoma City residents are building the case to reinstate a human rights commission. Andrew Benjamin is a professor of African and African American studies at the University of Oklahoma, and she has been leading the effort for her city's commission for the last year. And she joins us now welcome to the program. Thank you for having me at first like to get your thoughts on the verdict. How are your colleagues? Neighbors processing the end of this trial. Sure, I think that they're initially might have been a sense of relief. But also these questions about is it justice? Is it? Accountability? This is just consequences. I think we're just like, everywhere else. Try to see how we can move forward from here. Yeah, There's this big debate right about justice or accountability. I mean, those words are at the center almost of what it is that you're doing. Why did you specifically propose a Human rights commission? Sure, So we think that there's something really valuable about communities being able to have conversations around issues in their community. And so it's not to say that we think there are so many problems in Oklahoma City. But what we do think is that it's sort of beyond just policing were interested in any experience that a resident in our city has that may or may not be fair on DSA, so I think the Human Rights Commission allows for a broader scope. And it allows for different outcomes in some places. Human rights commissions are really strong because they do research. And then they issue reports that then convey used to help the community make some decisions about what they should do. So I think that's one of the areas that we thought was really important that you know we live near a military base. So there might be veterans and our community. Are they having a good experience? Are they experiencing discrimination? Or, you know, people who have different access abilities are you know is our community accessible? If the answer is no, we want to find out about that and then figure out together how we can make it better. Would you stand in the process? Well, we are Trying to finalize the nuts and bolts of it right And the goal is to present the legislation to the City Council in the coming weeks. We should say that Oklahoma City did have a human rights commission for more than 30 years until it was dissolved in 1996. And I understand that was due to concerns that the LGBT Q community wasn't gonna quote here using the panel to pursue special advantages for their behavior. Are you worried about opposition to this commission again if it passes Yeah, And I would say, Of course, that's really unfortunate that that was the reason why it was disbanded several years ago that that's really not how I think we see ourselves as a city today. Yeah, we are worried that there's going to be opposition. But I don't view this as political. Necessarily. Of course, it has to go through a political process because it comes out of the City Council. But we think that many of the council members in the mirror in favor of this commission coming back otherwise, I don't think they would have Asked us to move forward with the task force, but we're still hopeful and we hope that if there are concerns again, it's it's a community conversation. So if their community members who don't think it's a good idea, I hope we hear from them and that we can listen and try to come to a place where we find a consensus. I mean, what you are involved in right now is, of course, part of a wider movement in the United States, elevating community and grassroots activism. Why do you think it's so important in this movement overall to have These kinds of, you know, citizen based responses to what is a very systemic problem. Yeah, I think given that you know, city councils are city manager's, depending on what system you live in. They are the ones who manager Police Department. And so I think having this conversation at a local level allows us to think about the things that were really good at and what we think we're doing really well, but also to be reflective and say, Hey, what can we do better and so I don't think a national policy That mandates from the top down will be that well received in a place like Oklahoma City. One thing that I you're often here is but we're not New York City, And I think that's important to keep in mind that no other places New York City, right and so to think about. Okay, So then what would community engagement look like in your community? I think each sort of local context Is engaging in a way that's meaningful to them, And I think that's really important because then local communities get to see the change that they want, Professor Benjamin, I'm going to put this to you because you also wear the hat of being a professor of African American studies. And I know when journalists asked this question, Tonto people involved in a moment it can seem a little heavy handed. But specifically, I'd like your perspective because you have the long view. How would you characterize this moment after the show Open verdict? And after the black lives matter, protests I think we've made some progress. I don't think we're where we need to be. And I say that only because even in the midst of the trial, they're still police shootings. The day the verdict is announced. There's a police shooting and I would like to live in a country where we rely on our justice system to handle these types of situations. And that people are not being shot and killed in the street really by anyone, if it were my preference, but especially not by police officers who are there to protect and serve. Andrew Benjamin Co chairs the task force to reinstate Oklahoma City's human Rights Commission..
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.
"derrick show" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"What's his name there that that dug straight up thug. These people are criminals. Now when Derrick show even got up to leave the courtroom. He put his hands behind his back. And they cuffed him and took him out. Remember? What if what if George flight had done that? At the scene of the crime where he was trying to pass. A counterfeit $20 building was wacked on fentanyl, whatever you to put his hands behind his back. Allowed himself to be cuffed and taken into custody. Hmm. Be all different situation now, wouldn't it? You're on the edge. It's alternative. But music Friday Jensen borrow queen here. Baby. Can't say drink. No, you don't. She goes and.
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
"derrick show" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Who watch the Derrick Show Vin Trial and murder conviction is a feeling of numbness. Ah, lingering grief for all of those who died at the hands of police before and after George Floyd and a feeling that one conviction won't change a policing system that's broken. Racialized trauma therapist resin, A minicam told here And now that what dare Children did on camera was not to create terror and the person he was murdering, but also to create terror in the community that was left many cameras worked with the Minneapolis police and the state's public health department, and he joins us now. Asthma. Welcome back. Thank you so much. There's not one thing I've been hearing from people we spoke with today Is this If not for the video, Derrick Show Vin might still be a police officer. As we take on these bigger questions about reform, how triggering is that fact for you that an uninterrupted uncut video was what it took to get people to believe. What Black and brown people have been saying for decades. Yeah, this is this is central right that that people have confused this the verdict with, um with some sense of justice and my friend. Keith Ellison said it right. This isn't justice. This is about accountability. This video we know was such a. You know, you couldn't you could not dismiss the evidence of the video. But we also know that you know there was video doing, uh, doing Rodney King. There's there has been video is just I think that this time it was so feral. The thing that you saw was such a representation of white body supremacy that people could not dismiss it anymore. And so I think that's key. If you know there's a particular incident. Yes, I hear what you're saying. And yet there is significant swats of our country who don't feel that this case serves as a larger rebuke on on the system of law enforcement. There are people who don't believe that they're innocent Black and brown people who are profiled and unfairly targeted by police. This is something we don't often talk about the pain of not being believed. How do you reconcile this when taking on trauma in your work? Yeah, that So? So, So the pain of not being believed is one thing, but I think the pain of being gas lit is a whole nother thing. Racialized gas lighting is with this country has done to black and brown and indigenous people. You know, since since black people got here and since indigenous people were genocide it off the land that the idea that we're not to believe, especially in the face off a white body like if a white body says something, and then a body of culture, says something else would ends up happening is that the white body is always given the benefit of the doubt. Right? And so This. This type of pain is a very long historical pain for us. So when we see something like what happened with Children and were waiting in our stomachs are cliched. While we're grieving why we're watching what the verdict is gonna be. There's a part of us that's hoping that saying I want this verdict to be right. I wanted to give some sense of accountability. And then there's another part, another part of us. That's historical. This Titus story that says this will not white folks. White bodies will never admit that this system is Farrell and that it treats one group of people are different group of people differently than the standard, which is the white body. And yet you say that healing is possible. How does that happen? Yeah, the healing is possible. I believe black black bodies, indigenous bodies. Brown bodies have been moving and working with this idea of racial ization anyway, so we've had to begin to re claim these ideas around. Ah, healing, reclaim the ideas around who we see ourselves to be. Now the same thing is not true. Collectively for the white body. The white body has not gone through a process of dealing with the with with with the idea of racial ization because they have not had to their lives have not depended on them understanding and having any agility with race as a collective and so one of the ways that I think we have to begin to heal. Is that white bodies actually take this idea of racial ization and white by the supremacy seriously within their own groups, cultures and families. Have less than 30. Seconds with you resume to What are some direct steps People can take in this moment who are feeling trauma based on all that what we've saw over the last year? How do they take their emotions that they're feeling and move it towards something? The first thing Is to turn towards each other and not on each other bodies of culture and black body specifically have to start being more gentle with each other. We have to see each other. We've internalized pieces that had that in terms of white body supremacy that is not helpful to us. So my first pieces Let's turn towards each other instead of.
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
"derrick show" Discussed on KPCC
"Derrick show Vin Trial verdict. He was convicted on all three counts. We're gonna be talking to USC law Professor Jody Armor also l. A city councilman. Our quiz Harris Dawson. It's gonna be me A Martinez alongside cost and cross will also be taking your phone calls as well at 8668935722. That's 866. 8935722 that's coming up next jubilation but also clearly relief for the members of George Floyd's family when three guilty verdicts were delivered by a jury against the white former police officer charged with his death. Lloyd's brother, Polonius, Floyd said the trial was tough and even tougher was watching a video over and over showing Derek show Vin kneeling on his brother George Floyd's neck for more than nine long minutes. Is he struggling, died It was the motion picture the world seen his life being extinguished. And I could do nothing but watch especially in that courtroom over and over and over again as my brother was murdered the former Minneapolis police officers you have to be sentenced but was worded prison following the reading of the verdict. He was found guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder charges in the charge of manslaughter. Meanwhile, around the country, black activists, along with other advocates for justice and civil rights, are celebrating the conviction of the former Minneapolis police officer. NPR's sama Cameron has more from Virginia Beach. Soon after the verdict was announced. In Minneapolis, activists gathered in Virginia Beach to call in the City Council here to set up a citizen's review board to oversee local police. Local Minister Gary McCollum said he's pleased that a jury has seen fit to convict Derrick Show, Vin But stress that it's only one step toward addressing a massive problem. Sheldon.
"derrick show" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Officer Derrick Show Venera step towards Justice in America. Let's also be clear. Such a verdict is also much too rare. The president says the conviction of one officer is not enough, joining Vice President Kamila Harris in urging Congress to pass up policing reform bill not as a panacea for every problem. But as a start This work is long overdue. Before addressing the nation. President Biden spoke with George Floyd's family, telling them we're also relieved in Washington. Jared Halpern, a Fox knew the Justice Department is conducting a civil rights investigation against show fin. George Floyd's brother, Phil Anus, described what it was like to sit in the courtroom during the trial motion pitch in The world seen this life being extinguished. And I could do nothing but watch, especially in that courtroom over and over and over again is my brother was murdered and he said, we have to protest because it seems like it's a never ending cycle, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Fries said. It's a good day in Minneapolis, but he said, this is day one we've gone through 400 years. Of injustice, intentional discrimination. Him crow restrictive covenants that run with the land and all forms of anti blackness and structural racism that has impeded our black community. Now is the time for that change. And he says basic justice in the judicial system has been denied to the black community for generations and says some, maybe in disbelief that Sheldon was convicted. America is listening to Fox News. Jason in the house that Jason Chaffetz.
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.
"derrick show" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That the judge decides to give him a harsher sentence. Based on aggravating factors, and the prosecution is going to push for this. Which is to say that the crime happened in front of in Minnesota. The prosecution it can ask first efficient, stiffer sentence because it was witnessed by a child. There was a nine year old girl who saw this happen, she testified during the trial, so you could potentially get a stiffer sentence for that. Also, because Derek showman was working as his capacity as a government official, and the prosecution can perhaps argue that he abused his authority. And so those extenuating, sir From stances could lead to a harsher penalty. Derrick Show been waived his right to have the jury decide that and instead, the judge will make that decision. All right, mark. Thank you very much for that update. We appreciate it. My pleasure. Thank God. All right, Marc Rubber Lord ABC News for Ko Phi in Minneapolis. He was outside the courthouse. I don't know, John. I guess you listen to the verdict's being read. Did you hear the cheering? I did hear it, And I'm like that's gotta be coming from outside the courthouse. Yeah. Or was can't fight playing some sound effects? No, no, there was a stunt double and said You could hear me and I'm like, Well, I can't be in the court. Always. There was. It was the TV feed, so Also they were playing what was going on? Yeah, I guess I thought maybe it was so loud. You could hear it in the courtroom. Whatever feed that was being used. Maybe it had a split screen. Okay, but I don't know. Yeah, that's what it was. Okay? No, That's what it was supposed to be safe here. The cheering at the same night members of the jury, all right, We got more coming out. John and Ken caf? I Debra Mark as news and as you've been hearing the guys talking about the former Minneapolis police officer charged with killing George.
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
"derrick show" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Police officer Derrick Show Vin in the death of George Floyd. We have more from Fosse's Jeff Man also It was the state versus two fans in closing arguments in Minneapolis in the different shelf in murder trial. What the defendant did here was a straight up felony assault. This was not policing. It was unnecessary. Prosecutor Steve Swisher with defense attorney Eric Nelson telling jurors that Derek Shelvin had no intent to purposefully use unlawful force, which they would need to decide to convict. I submit to you that the state has failed. To meet its burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. The jury now Wayne verdicts on three charges in the death of George Floyd's 2nd and 3rd degree murder and second degree manslaughter for which the former officer has pled not guilty. Jeff Manasso, Fox news regions of innate in many cities around the U. S, and anticipation of the verdict in the show, VIN trial and possible protests and civil unrest. New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Washington, D C. Putting plans in a place protest of an ongoing in and around the Minneapolis area over the past week following the fatal police shooting of 20 year old Dante, right in Brooklyn Center. Tributes coming in for Walter Mondale, the Democratic senator from Minnesota who served under President Jimmy Carter from 1977 and 1981 late around for president himself. He died at the age of 93. Fox is Mike Tobin, looking back on his life and political career. In 76. When Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter captured the Democratic presidential nomination. Mondale got a call. We had a talk about what he Had in mind running against Republican President Gerald Ford. The Carter Mondale administration would face for extremely.
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
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"She's an Emmy winning journalist, someone White House to war zones, telling all sides of the story talking about biggest names covering the biggest stories. She's Rita Cosby. This'll is the Reader Cosby Show on 77. W. ABC. Lovely Rita, Meter Maid. Nothing in come between us, and you're listening to the Reader Cosby Show Way We're gonna have an update on everything that's happening in Minneapolis. But boy, the city right now is just in a mess. Of course, A curfew is in effect, and the pro testing continues there. And we're gonna have a blockbuster show tonight. Obviously talking about that, and I want to hear your thoughts on that because The video just came out a little bit ago. And when you see the video, it is really, really upsetting and you could tell that the officer clearly made a mistake and was intending. To bring out what they thought she thought was a Taser. And it turns out that it was a gun, and it was obviously a very, very fatal decision. And when you see it is just heartbreaking. The video is just Really, really powerful. We were just hearing a little bit ago. There's a press conference in Minneapolis. And, of course what's happening now in Brooklyn center. Minnesota's not far at all from like, where the Derrick Show, von Trial is going on. And that's of course, the case where George Floyd, who had died again when the officer Derek Shoven also had his hand on his, you know, had his hand on his shoulder, had his knee on his neck. You're hearing about all of the details in that particular case, and as that's coming out, and obviously, tensions are very, very high in that not too far away, literally just a few miles away as Brooklyn Center Minnesota. And now the scene of yet more protests and more looting. And there've been dozens of buildings that have already been set on fire and lots of problems there tonight because of the shooting, and I want to get into it with all of you to hear your thoughts on this. You hear what you think. If you have seen the video that is now all over the world today of a female officer who goes over and makes what she thought was a traffic stop and then finds out that the person had outstanding warrants. Dante right, had outstanding warrants. He did resist arrest. On DA. Obviously, it turns out to be a very, very fatal accident, but take a listen and I want to walk you through. First of all here is the chief of police there in Minnesota, and he was extremely emotional right after immediately, you know, releasing that police footage because typically that police footage sometimes we never see it or sometimes it takes weeks or months. Or years, sometimes for us to see the footage, But this just happened on Sunday and already, he says. We have to release the footage. It is that serious. Take a listen. This is the Minnesota chief describing a little bit of his feelings after looking at the footage. I have watched video myself. There's nothing I can say to lessen the pain of Mr Wright's family. Friends loved ones. That feeling of loss that they must have That pain is shared by the community and also all those involved in the incident. What I can do is convey my deepest sympathies to the right family and be transparent with the information I'm aware of at this time. So here are the details, too. And as he recounts what basically happens and says it was obviously a horrible, fatal fatal mistake by a female officer. As you can hear the officer while struggling with Mr Right, Schultz Taser Taser several times. That is part of the officers training prior to deploying a Taser, which is a less lethal device. That is done to make her partner's aware, as well as a subject that a Taser deployment will be imminent. During this encounter, however, the officers do their handgun instead of their Taser. For informational purposes. We trained with our handguns on our dominant side. And her Taser on our weak side. So if you're right handed you carry your firearm on your right side and you carry a Taser on the left. And obviously it was a deadly deadly decision. You can hear it in the audio, and she says, I shot him. I mean, it's just It's very painful to watch. And now the mayor is saying that this officer should absolutely be fired and you could just see the tensions are absolutely rising high. This is Mayor Mike Elliott in ST Paul, Minnesota. We cannot afford to make mistakes that lead to the loss of life of other people in our profession and so high Do fully support releasing the officer of her duties. E o. He says he supports her being fired right now she's on administrative leave. And you could tell just made a fatal mistake. And it was obviously a tragic mistake. It never should have happened. What are your thoughts? Everybody? It's 1 808 4892221 808 489222 Here on the Reader Cosby Show as you've seen the video. Now you're hearing also the officer describing it, And now tensions are just incredibly high. Of course, the president everybody calling for calm. And very concerned tonight in Minnesota, because this is the scene of where we've seen so much over the last year and yet Everybody right now. I think when you see the video, it does not look like she was out to get this guy. If you're looking at, she stopped him. They did to stop. They thought that there were issues with them. They realized that there had been a track record with him to a swell that there were outstanding warrants for a number of different issues, so she was concerned he was resisting arrest. And again, she said. I'm going to Taser you. You can hear it. She's I'm going to tase you. I'm going to Taser you and then instead, it is a gun, but a fatal fatal mistake. What do you think should happen to this officer? And how concerned are you? A zay?.
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"Police officer Derrick Show been charged in the death of George Floyd. Prosecutors say showman used excessive force during the arrest, and that is what killed Floyd. The defense team says Sheldon did what he was trained to do, and that Floyd died from a combination of drugs in the system. Witness, Nicole Mackenzie works in the medical support services for the Minneapolis Police Department. A prosecutor asked whether Mackenzie trains officers to understand that if a person can talk, it means that they can breathe. There is a possibility that somebody could be in respiratory distress and still being able to verbalize it. Just because they're speaking doesn't mean they're breathing adequately. Kensi has been among a parade of law enforcement officers testifying for the prosecution in the trial, the first woman to file suit against football player to Shawn Watson spoke publicly about her claims against the star quarterback. Actually, solar, said she is haunted by what happened to her. We played the incident over and over in my head as if I'm trying to wake up for some horrible nightmare. Only that nightmare is real. So this is one of more than 20 women, all massage therapists that have accused Watson of harassment or sexual assault. Watson's attorney claims Solis as for $100,000, in hush money before coming forward. A new survey from the Biden administration finds that large numbers of students are not returning to the classroom even as more schools reopen for full time. In person learning. Live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick. Take Howard.
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"Police officer Derrick Show Vin maybe sees Alex Perez says jurors to see new video as well. It's also seeing video of George Floyd in the minutes before the tragedy unfolded, looking relaxed in the convenience store, Chris Martin, who worked there, describing his demeanor, He seemed very friend. Approachable. But he didn't seem high. But the store worker said Floyd paid for a pack of cigarettes with a phony $20 bill. After he left the store. The store manager called the police the store worker with his hand on his head, then watch the tragedy unfold, saying he felt guilty all of this over a $20 bill. Meanwhile, a key witness who was with George Floyd on the day he died, says he will take the fifth if asked to testify in the trial. Boris Lester Hall was in the vehicle with Floyd at the time of the incidents. Rebuilding America President Biden Sales pitch begins in Pittsburgh for more than $2 trillion To spruce up the country's bridges, roads and rails. And who's gonna pay for it? President touting that his plan would fix 20,000 miles of roads and over 10,000 bridges badly in need of repair bridges like the Brent Spence bridge over the Ohio River, one of the busiest trucking routes in the U. S carrying more than $1 billion worth afraid. Every day, now transports about twice as many vehicles a day as it was designed to handle to pay for it all a tax hike. Raising the corporate rate from 21 to 28% new penalties for companies that ship jobs overseas, but promising those making less than $400,000 a year won't see their taxes. Go up B C news correspondent Mary Bruce there it is part of what the White House calls the American jobs plan, and President Biden says this is a once in a generation opportunity arise and anti Asian hate crimes prompts action on Beacon Hill, local lawmakers Push a bill aimed at expanding and clarifying hate crime laws. The measure would combine two existing laws already on the books, while adding gender and immigration status has protected classes when determining if a hate crime has been committed to mean time in New York City, the arrest of a suspect in an attack on an Asian American woman. Prosecutors say the man under arrest was free on bail for killing his mother decades ago. The suspect of qz of accused of carrying out a horrific murder inside a library in Winchester will likely spend the rest of his life at a state hospital for the criminally insane. Defense Attorney Jay Carney calls this a tragic case. He says it was the harassing voices in his head that drove Jeffrey out to stab Dion striker 20 times while she sat studying inside Winchester Public Library in 2018. Yeah, also slashed to 77 year old man who tried to rescue striker Yeah, had taken a martial arts night. Fighting class and did online searches on how to slash someone's neck before he went into the library armed with a knife. Yeah, apparently thought one of the voices in his head that day was coming from striker was not the true target here. He didn't think he was killing someone He thought he was stopping. The.
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"Officer Derrick Show Vin opening arguments this morning witnesses now being questioned taxis canceled this year packs online 2021 will take place instead in mid July Baker administration announcing data collected from its statewide pool testing initiative in schools. Finds low positivity rates less than 1% at the White House president Biden announcing progress with vaccinations and renewing calls over covert precautions. Very latest. Now from CBS News, President Biden has announced that nearly all Americans will be eligible for a covert 19 vaccine. In the next few weeks. I'm directing my covert team. I was sure there is a vaccine site within five miles. 90% of all Americans by April, the 19th. But Mr Biden also issued a warning, he said. Despite progress, some states are seeing a covert spike cases have fallen to third since I took office. Deaths of also phone two thirds of our cases. We're going back up. Some states Death star as well. The president plead with governors and other officials to reinstate some of the restrictions, especially those requiring masks, Please. This is not politics. Reinstate the mandate if you let it down on the White House is also moving to increase the number of local pharmacies that can administer the covert vaccine. Millions of Americans are being vaccinated every day. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman, France soon could be hitting an all time high when it comes to the numbers of covert 19 patients who need intensive care number of patients in intensive care units in France fast approaching the worst point of the country's last coronavirus surge in the autumn of 2020. As of Sunday, there were 4872 patients and ICUs and Hospital surveillance unit just short of the last high of 4919 and November. This comes as the country battles a third wave of infections with some parts of the country, including Paris, currently on lockdown and as delicate Terry ABC news Paris, There was a debate underway over a defunct drawbridge that used to connect Providence in East Providence over the Seekonk River. The BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe has the story for the last 45 years. The Old Creek point Steel rail drawbridge has been stuck in the open position. Allowing votes to pass by the city of Providence has chosen five finalists for possibly redesigning the structure instead of demolishing it. The planning departments, Martina Haggerty says, This is an historic landmark that needs to be preserved The way it is. To keep the brazen effort position That's really the part of the structure that really prominent part of our skyline. You don't have a lot of very tall buildings and Providence so you could see it from quite a distance away. The design proposals include creating linear pedestrian parks on both sides of the bridge, reconnecting the span and even creating circular appears to really get people down below the bridge structure and closer.
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"In the trial of Derrick Show Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer. That's next. Now the Subaru retailers of New England all will drive traffic on the threes. Good morning, Kevin Brennan. Good morning Glory. Still watching these delays South bound on the expressway slow going here before Columbia Road, getting down to the left lane closure here from an earlier crash right underneath the Savin Hill bridge. So stay to the right to get around them once you do clear them. Back up to speed and looking pretty good down to the Braintree split here. You get on Route three South bound to get a nice ride. Braintree all the way down the Plymouth But then you got some reduced speeds to the right lane. Work crews here and having pond Road in Plymouth. Down towards the Sagamore Bridge in Barnstable. Route six westbound locked up over a mile into the work crews here a rou won 49 over and rain ham westbound route 44. The ramp to 24 South bound is closed for work today and tomorrow. Between 8 33 o'clock in the afternoon downtown Boston Storrow Drive westbound slow through the left lane crews here at Mass Avenue that watch out for the right lane cruise after Kenmore Square. The doing some work on the overhead lights their route one north bound slowdowns in the work zone here after Walnut Street and Saugus, now very windy out there today, two hands on the wheel, especially a bigger vehicles. Second, every roadways could be quite a challenge with some debris in the roads, garbage cans and such as well as even branches or even whole trees may come down with this wind. Kevin Brennan WBC's traffic on the threes. All right. Thank you. Very, very much. Kevin. And the forecast for today is sunny and very windy. We have about 6500.
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"Tab to investigate the deadly covert outbreak at the Holyoke Soldiers home will hear testimony from the lawyer that the governor picked to investigate Chris Pharma with more. It will be the seventh time the committee is convened since last October, and the first time they will hear from attorney Mark Perlstein, who authored an eye opening 170 page report about the conditions at the facility and the judgment of those who operated it. What Pearlstein will speak to is unclear, but in his Analysis. He wrote The Holmes former supervisor Bennett Walsh, wasn't qualified to manage a long term care facility and that he and his team created close to an optimal environment for the spread of covert 19 actions that led to an indictment for Walsh and Forest. Former medical director. Pearlstein will testify tomorrow before the committee, which has until months and to submit findings of its investigation and any subsequent legislation. Chris Mama WBZ Austin's news radio. Jury selection. Resuming in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show them Trade Thomas with the update. The jury them will hear the case against the former Minneapolis police officer accused of murdering George Floyd is at 92 jurors or dismissed yesterday and two more were seated after questioning about the city's $27 million settlement with Floyd's family. The trial of former officer Derrick Show Vin is scheduled to begin marched The ninth. Five more jurors, including two alternates still need to be seated. 12 38. Let's Say hello again to Andrew O. J. Over a Bloomberg Are we on for another record on the Dow? Well, we're on pace for one asleep right now. The Dow gaining 137. Any game for the Dow would be a new record because we closed out the record yesterday. The other indexes, though not looking so hot, NASDAQ Falling 187 S and P 500. Down 15 still the tricky job market out there. The pace of new unemployment claim filings jumped unexpectedly last week up 815,000. Google says it will invest $7 billion in with US operations this year and in the process created least 10,000 jobs in offices and data centers across the country. Any investment. At least two jobs, of course, is a good thing. But $7 billion pledge is a drop from the 10 billion. Google said it would invest shortly before the pandemic hit, and that was a drop from the Pledge of 13 billion. Google made Back in 2019 and wrote a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. All right, Andrew, thank you for that update and with Asian hate crimes on the rise in America, some lawmakers are now taking action will tell you about that at 12 45 have a great day. Plenty.
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"9 50 a lot cheaper than replacing your carpets. Jared, What is the poll question And what are the results thus far? Are you going to watch Biden's addressed tonight? Absolutely not. I'm getting a margarita. I'm going out. I'm getting a nice taco, and I'm not watching any of that nonsense. A little bit percent of the audience say yes, they will. 89% saying no, 11%. I thought this was gonna be a 99 to 1 situation. I'm getting worried about you guys out there. What are you doing? You know you can knit, right? There's other options. Anyway, I want to talk about something quick, Jared, and I kind of want you to take over for this, but The trial in Minnesota. Right now, the derrick show been trials going on, and it seems that they've set up Yes, a memorial slash Zone. Yes. So I Don't know exactly where in Minneapolis is. I believe it is around the area where the George Floyd Derrick Show Van incident happened. Gods. So much like we saw Chazz in summer of love. There has been the George Floyd Memorial Autonomous Zone, which is set up in Minneapolis. Most boats are usually end too well. No, the autonomous zones don't don't go over so well And they tend to, uh, tend to not work out in favor, really for anybody. But this This is a reporter Brian Entin, who's done some things like this before. He's kind of Ah, he was checking out the scene. Yeah, he was checking out the scene. And so he does a stander in front of one of the barricades to the George Floyd Autonomous Zone or Fast. You want to call it that? I don't think it's gonna catch you. What was the other one called? Yes. Chad's capital. Yeah, this is like Jeff. As or the fact I don't think the fast it's gonna catch on. Jeremy tried. All right. Well, this was he was just doing Ah, standard. As they call it in the business in front of the autonomous zone, and some We're not sure if they're residents of the autonomous zone or they're kind of marshals of the autonomous zone. Showed up to kinda asking what was going on. So this is what it sounded like. This area. Behind me is the George Floyd Memorial. This is where George Floyd was killed back in May take along these barricades have been set up by my protesters and supporters of the movement. They don't allow anyone in not even the police and autonomous zone. And second I started to run this activity you're gonna be in a bad situation is going up for what you are. Get out of here. Please go Get in your car. Of love and peace and unity, and I have to say the bleep out of here. I have to say this. Jared, what happened to George Floyd? Anyone who watched that video? It was terrible, and everybody thought it was terrible. And everybody thought this guy he was, you know, crushing George Floyd's neck and it was awful. And I think everyone Rightly condemned it when they saw it, but Once again a bad incident is being turned into something. That also was not good. Setting up this zone and threatening reporters who come near it some bad gonna happen if you get close. That doesn't seem helpful, either. None of this seems to wrongs three wrongs for wrongs. None of this seems to be making a right at least as far as I'm concerned. No, I tend to agree, and I don't believe Don't know anything about George Floyd. But from what I have heard he was, you know. It was ah guy who Enjoyed peace. He didn't want anything to happen. He just got couldn't breathe and got thrown into this thing. I don't think that honors his memory to tell people to leave. I would agree. We're gonna be talking to Molly Murray next about her piece in the New York Post High school are closures have put us through hell. Bring back in person Teaching Don't go anywhere. Hotels, vets and dentists. All have purchased multiple units of the eating pure thunderstorm..
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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.