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"derrick show van" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"In every murder while committing a felony. Find the defendant guilty way the during the above, entitled matter as to count two third degree murder, perpetrating an eminently dangerous act. Find the defendant guilty. We, the jury in the above entitled matter as to count three second degree manslaughter, culpable negligence, creating an unreasonable risk. Find the defendant guilty. Former Minnesota police officer Derrick Show Vin is found guilty on all charges for the murder of George Floyd will have local reaction, plus the impact of last summer's protests and uprisings. Calling for racial justice. How that moment connects to the civil rights movement and possibly redefines 21st century social justice strategy. All that's just ahead. But first this news Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying President Joe Biden is set to deliver remarks this afternoon celebrating a milestone in this country tomorrow. The U. S. We'll hit 200 Million covered 19 vaccine doses administered since Biden took office, NPR's Tamara Keith reports, The president will also announce a new tax credit. To create incentives for more people to roll up their sleeves and get the vaccine. More than half of American adults have gotten at least their first vaccine dose. But vaccinating the other half could be more challenging. An administration official says President Biden will call on all employers to offer their employees paid time off to get their vaccines and to recover from any after effects. The administration is announcing a paid leave Tax credit program, which will fully offset the cost to employers with up to 500 employees. Funding for this program was part of that big covert relief package passed by Democrats in Congress last month. Biden is also expected to call on employers to offer other incentives to get their employees and customers vaccinated, such as promotional giveaways or gift cards. Tamara Keith NPR news The Department of Justice is launching a sweeping investigation into the Minneapolis police departments practices a day after a former MPD officer was convicted of George Floyd's murder last May. Now, the Derrick Show Van's been found guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder, as well as manslaughter, second degree manslaughter. All eyes turned toward his sentencing in June more on that from NPR's ager in floaty, though, Each of the two murder charges carries a maximum sentence of 40 years, though for someone like show them with no prior convictions. The recommendation is is about 12.5 years. The manslaughter charge carries roughly four year recommended sentence. Now the judge can diverge from those guidelines and Prosecutors have said they plan to seek a longer sentence because of aggravating factors. In this case, That's something the judge will decide in the next few weeks, but it is certainly possible that show them who's 45 years old could spend decades in prison. He's your employee. The reporting The same day show Vince verdict was announced over George Floyd, staff of black teenage girl was fatally shot by police in Columbus, Ohio. State Attorney General's office is now investigating Ohio Public Radio's Andy Chow has more Protesters gathered to demonstrate after the fatal police shooting of 16 year old Mukai, a Bryant police were responding to a disturbance call in Columbus, Ira Graham, the third says the city needs to make changes in the way police are trained. I think a lot of police There.
"derrick show van" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Is real news and information. 5 70. Cli at Dallas Love Field Airport is moving forward with renovations that were put on hold during the Corona virus pandemic. A major renovation to the love field runway near didn't drive will start next week. It'll last about 10 months. The project was delayed because of financial impacts of the cove it pandemic, But Chris Perry with Love says it will start Tuesday. I know our airfield maintenance team is certainly not sad to see it go. They've spent a lot of time out there. All airport traffic will operate on the runway, closest Toh Limn avenue in the meantime. Neighbors to the east of the airport could be exposed to noise, but the project is expected to have minimal impact on travel. Clayton Nevil Korff news, local law enforcement education director. Local law enforcement education director is reacting to Derrick Show Van's verdict. Gregory Smith, director of the Institute of Law Enforcement Administration in Plano, says law enforcement officers across the country were appalled by the actions of Derrick Show Vin and his tactics hurts. But it is the prosecution stated for the trial of prosecution of dirt. Sharman not Of American law enforcement. Very good American law enforcement officers all across this country that don't want to be caught up in that camp. He says. Americans wanted justice and with this verdict the American justice system worked Cat ones. I, er kale, I have news Used information time is 104. Well, it looks like they cleared up the accident in Carrollton on South Bend. I 35 e. It's Sandy Lake. But it's one big back up now from the George Bush all the way down to valve with Parkway. Before traffic starts to pick up and move any better. North and LBJ on Northwest Highway and Garland, You've got to write in the two.
"derrick show van" Discussed on WTVN
"The end of that We can actually focus on spring Now We'll get some 44 today. Right now. It is 32 8, your severe weather station who's ready or 6 10 WTF again now into the news room with Scott Chinese, he's got Brandon CPS placed the officer involved in the shooting of Mark McKay, a Brian on leave as state B C. I has taken over the investigation, protesters showed up Tuesday of both the shooting scene along Legion Lane on Columbus, the Southeast side. And outside CBD headquarters. Protesters downtown also took to the streets outside the headquarters or police review The body cam footage of the shooting that video indicates a girl was swinging a knife at another girl at the time of the shooting. Case against former Minneapolis cop Derrick Show Van's far from over, federal prosecutors are considering bringing civil rights charges against him. In the murderer murder of George Floyd, that means have tried and convicted, he could serve even more time in prison. Experts say. The nation's just weeks away from facing a new covert problem. Falling demand for banks seen some appointments aren't even getting filled. Only 30% of people are fully vaccinated, but it needs to reach 70 to 85% for herd immunity. Arizona declaring a state of emergency in six counties over the recent surge of illegal immigrants at the border, the governor plans to send up to 250 National Guard troops there the next few days, they'll help install cameras and analyze satellite imagery. Apple says it now has the most powerful tablet on the market. The tech China unveiled a new iPad pro yesterday that uses the same chip. And desktop computers. Some models will include five G's support with the price tag between about 811 $100. I'm Scott Jennings. Next news updated. Ate the brain in boxes show is back Next. The latest traffic and weather info is coming up in minutes. You have to know what conditions are gonna be driving in weather, and I'm gonna be late used radio 6 10. W TV end.
"derrick show van" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Derrick Show van's trialing the Nef death of George Floyd, the president is weighing in. Speaking to reporters in the Oval Office. The president said he's praying for the right verdict as a jury deliveries of fate. A Derek seven I wouldn't say that pursuit. The jury was sequestered now President Biden called the brother George Boyd on Monday to tell him his family is in his prayers, The president added. They're a good family, and they're calling for peace and tranquility. No matter what the verdict is, the administration is privately weighing how they handle the outcome of the trial, including whether the president should address the nation. That's Rachel Sutherland reporting, San Diego County's transportation agency has apologized and agreed to pay $5.5 million to the mother of a mentally ill man who died after a security officer kept a knee on the man's neck for several minutes. Settlement in the 2019 death of Angel Hernandez, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia. He died after he was taken down. After wandering their train tracks in San Diego. He stopped breathing and died at the hospital. The CEO of the county's metropolitan Transit System, said the officers made mistakes that contributed to the death. The Sheriff's department is investigating the death of a woman whose body was found here. Gloria to Bay Park and Coronado. The woman lived on a boat in the area and homicide Detectives say there are no obvious signs of trauma to indicate a homicide and there is no missing persons case that could be connected. The medical examiner will determine the cause of death, community leaders and residents. Are telling a San Diego judge where they are opposed to allowing the state to place a sexually violent predator in a home near Mount Helix. The decision is not expected immediately in the case of 78 year old Douglas Badger, who the state is okay for conditional release into the community. Specifically, it will home on Horizon Hills Amount Helix Badger was held for decades in prison or maximum security hospitals. After being convicted of kidnapping and child molesting among those speaking at the hearing held on Zoom county Supervisor Joel Anderson, who represents the East County, the one area, he says in which state officials are dumping sexual predators, despite their denial are many communities in San Diego County. They have zero and I have 67% Department of State hospitals official told the judge. That Badger will be on 24 hour GPS and will not be allowed to leave the home without approval and not alone. Cliff Albert Kogo news first time homelessness nearly doubled in San Diego during the pandemic last year. A report for the regional task force on the homeless says the first time numbers went from more than 2300 and 2019 nearly 4200 last year. Was 72% of people reporting no income up from 50%. But Chris Coons for the test forces increased shelters like the convention Center. Help me demand pretty substantial increase in the total number of people and households that were served. In some ways, you might think that we would have served less people as staff capacity or just challenges from the pandemic. But what we're saying is, we served more folks 6000 people replaced in permanent housing in 2020. The role. The 760 total coronavirus cases among the homeless population in San Diego, Jack Cronin cuckoo News Meriton Gloria, presenting his proposed $4.6 billion budget to the City Council. Today. Major items include money for the homeless loans for nonprofits and small businesses hit hard by the pandemic and owned by people of color. Money to support the convention Center, Street's the city's workforce and a climate equity fund. Public hearings will be held in May. The mayor of Los Angeles has introduced his next budget and editor plans to give hundreds of lower income residents a universal basic income. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said his new justice budget will provide $24 million to give 2000 residents $1000 a month for a year, arguing that giving people cash or a universal basic income is smart when you give Money to people who are poor. It creates better outcomes. It covers childcare. It puts food on the table. It leads to more high school graduations. And better checkups. He says he and 42 other mayors around the country are part of a group called Mayors for a guaranteed income. There are already plans to use money diverted away from funding the LAPD to other smaller universal income programs.
"derrick show van" Discussed on AP News
"I'm Ed Donahue. It's back to deliberations for the jury in Minneapolis in the murder trial of former police officer Derrick Show Vin. He's charged in the death of George Floyd, former federal prosecutor David Weinstein. Says there was a lot of testimony, so don't expect quick verdicts. During that time. They heard a lot of evidence from a lot of witnesses on a variety of topics, and they were allowed to take notes. And so in cases where jurors take notes, they tend to want to rely on their notes, and that increases the amount of time that they spend deliberating. The AP Soccer Madani reports. President Biden is closely watching this trial spokeswoman Jen Psaki says. The president spoke with Floyd Family members here. Yesterday to check in with them and also share that they're in his prayers. The Biden ministrations been debating how to respond to the eventual verdict and the prospect of unrest if show Van's found not guilty sake says Americans could expect to hear from the president either way, though it's unclear if he'll address the nation. The European Union's drug regulatory agency says there's a possible link between blood clots and the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine. The AP is Charles Della Jasmine reports. The recommendation is a Warning should be added to the label. The European Medicines Agency says these red blood disorders should be considered as very rare side effects, the agency says. A very small number of blood clot cases were reported in people who had gotten the vaccine in the United States rocker Ted Nugent says he was an agony after testing positive for the coronavirus. Months after he said the virus was not a real pandemic. India's health system is collapsing under the worst surgeon Corona virus infections that it's seen so far. Medical oxygen is scarce, Intensive care units of full nearly all ventilators are in use in India. Osaka has decided to ask the Japanese government to declare a state of emergency in that region. This is AP News Former president is watching the trial in Minnesota, former President George W. Bush on the jury deliberations and Derrick Show van's murder trial. We'll see what a jury of his peers says. You know, I think a lot of people have already made up their mind with the vertical Toby. It's important, he says that Americans see this trial. Play out. People know that the Trial has been conducted fairly. And that rule of law. Eyes reigns supreme in our judiciary. Former President Bush also told the NBC News today show that the Republican Party has become isolationist, protectionist and to a certain extent, he says, native ist, he says he's especially concerned about anti immigration rhetoric. I'm Rita Foley, Chad's longtime leader, Idriss Deby, it know has died of wounds suffered during a visit to the frontline troops battling a little known rebel group it knows son has been named interim leader. And Chad I made Donahue AP News of former president is Reflecting on Derrick Show Van's murder trial former President George W. Bush on the jury deliberations and Derrick Show van's murder trial. We'll see what a jury of his peers says, Uh, you know, I think a lot of people have already made up their mind with the vertical Toby. It's important, he says that Americans see this trial. Play out. People know that the Trial has been conducted fairly. And that rule of law. Eyes reign supreme and our judiciary. Former President Bush also told the NBC News today show that the Republican Party has become isolationist, protectionist and to a certain extent, he says, native ist, he says he's especially concerned about anti immigration rhetoric. I'm Rita Foley. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News minute. Experts at the agency that regulates drugs for the European Union says a warning about very unusual blood clots should be added to labels for the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine. The European Medicines Agency says these red blood disorders should be considered as very rare side effects off the vaccine. European officials say they considered a lcar aren't available evidence from the U. S, including eight reports of serious cases off rare blood clots. Associate ID with low blood counts, including one death. I'm Charles Philip Desmond in Minneapolis. The jury of six white people in six people who are black or multi racial resume deliberations in the trial of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. He's charged with the death in police custody of George Floyd. The defense argued that now fired white officer acted reasonably. And the 46 year old black man died of an underlying heart condition and illegal drug use. I'm Ed Donahue. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio.
"derrick show van" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The jury gets ready to deliberate. Derrick Show Van's fate. Protests of the shooting death of Dante right Continue. The former Brooklyn Center officer Kim Potter faces second degree manslaughter and writes death. She says she meant to use the Taser on him during the traffic stop for an expired tag last week. Ben Crump is an attorney who is representing rights family. He said on NBC's this week, Even if the intent was to use the Taser, he feels a nexus of use of force, and we see this over and over again. When it comes to black people in America, Crump says the violation should have only required a ticket. Potter resigned last week along with the Brooklyn Center. Police chief Gone all Scott Fox News trialing, former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin is coming to a close this week as the case is expected to head to the jury on Monday. After closing arguments plus a 16 year old boy has been arrested in Saturday's shooting at a Nebraska mall that left one man dead and a woman injured Omaha police said Sunday. The boy has been charged with first degree murder and then apparently driverless Tesla involved in a deadly crash near Houston. Two people died in the fiery crash of a Tesla in the Houston suburb of spring, which police say clearly had no one in the driver's seat, adding. It's not clear whether the car's driver assist system was being used. Police say that there was a person in the front Passenger seat at another in a rear passenger seat after the Saturday night wreck. They said the car was traveling fast and failed to navigate a term before running off the road, hitting a tree and bursting into flames. Tesla warns customers that its driver assist system.
"derrick show van" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Can sue after three weeks of testimony. Closing arguments are set for Monday in the Minneapolis trial of Derrick Show Van's moving, facing charges of second degree, unintentional murder, third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. He has pleaded not guilty. The former officer, opting not to take the stands throughout the trial. The defense arguing drug use and an underlying heart condition led to George Boyd's death. While the prosecution says it was the nine minutes in 29 seconds in which show been penned into the grounds, watching his knee on to Floyd's next NBC's hell when Lopez The federal government says half of all American adults have received at least one covert vaccine shot. Almost 84 million have been fully vaccinated. The state of Michigan has seen covert cases. Surging Governor Gretchen Whitmer blames cordoned legislative action curbing her public health authority, imploring people to take this seriously mask up. Get Tested if you've been around someone who's positive, stay home, and if you do get covert, he was one of these monoclonal antibodies so that we can keep you out of the hospital. Governor Widmer was on meet the press on NBC. One person is in custody in Kenosha, Wisconsin. In the predawn Sunday, shooting at a tavern that left three men dead and three in the hospital. Sheriff David Beth says bar staff had put the boots of the man earlier he wasn't cooperating with with with the management there. S o exactly what he did. I can't tell you but I believe you returned a short time later came in and did the shooting to the nature of the man's rejection from the bar and why he returned with a gun or unclear at this point. First guilty plea in the capital insurrection, a federal judge in Washington D. C. Says John Ryan Shafer, a member of the far Right Oath Keepers militia group, has agreed to cooperate with investigators and the government may put him in witness protection. You're listening to ABC News.
"derrick show van" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I'm Monica Ricks in New York. Another night of violent protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. Over the death of Dante. Right. Police have declared an UN off unlawful assembly. WBBM radios. Brandon Ison is there This moment is half stampede and half a crown. Understanding in defiance. Just thought someone who is holding up a bottle of pro. I get this night the rubber ball If you can hear explosions behind me, the officer who shot right and the police chief have both resigned. Defense attorneys air now presenting their case in Derek showman's murder trial, CBS is at least Preston reports. One of defense testimony ended with the use of force expert defending Derrick Show Van's actions leading up to the death of George Floyd last May. I felt that Derrick show Vin was justified. It was acting with objective reasonableness. But under cross examination, the prosecution pushed back. What part of this is not compliant. The defense maintains it was Mr Floyd's drug use and health issues that led to his death, not the former police officer, pinning him down at least. Preston, CBS NEWS New York All 50 states will stop using the Johnson and Johnson vaccine as the feds look into how several women developed blood clots. CBS is Debra Alfa Romeo On Wednesday, the CDC will hold an emergency meeting to discuss the blood clotting cases. They're expected to vote on whether the issue is significant enough for the pause to continue. Johnson and Johnson. Vaccine pause is not expected to have a significant impact on the national immunization effort. We have more than enough supply of visor. And Madonna vaccines to continue the current pace. About three million. Shots per day. Debra Alfa Rhone Silver SPRING, Maryland, The prime suspect in a decades old cold case in California has been arrested. Authorities say. 44 year old Paul Flores was the last person to see 25 year old Kristin Smart when she disappeared back in 1996 San Luis Obispo County Sheriff in Parkinson 24. Almost 25 years.
Minnesota Officer Shoots Black Driver
"After police shot and killed a black driver while trying to arrest him unannounced standing warrant. This comes as the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Van's murder trial is ongoing. Minnesota State Patrol Colonel Matt Langer. What you will see is a greater law enforcement presence, a greater National Guard presence. The deadly shooting drew a crowd of protesters last night. In the meantime, Sheldon's try Elinor's Week three.
Special agent testifies Floyd said, 'I ain't do no drugs'
"Special agent who was in charge of the probe that looked at George Floyd's death, is taking back a statement about Floyd admitting to using drugs. Earlier today, Special agent James Ryerson had agreed with Derrick Show van's defense team that Floyd was saying I ate too many drugs on arrest video. However, during prosecution questioning after that statement, Ryerson retracted his original testimony and said he believes Floyd actually said, I ain't do no drugs.
Los Angeles sergeant weighs in on whether Chauvin's actions were justified
"Lie from NPR News. I'm Laxmi, saying the state has called an expert in use of force practices to take the stand and former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show van's murder trial. Prosecutor Steve Schleicher questions Sergeant Jody Steiger of the Los Angeles Police Department. But whether he believed George Floyd posed a threat to show Vin and other officers when he was arrested last year and pin face down on the ground while handcuffed I'd like you to focus then on the second factor. That is whether Mr Floyd pose an immediate threat. The safety of the officers or others at the time during the restraint period. No, he did not. And why not? Because he was in the pram position. He was handcuffed, Hey, was not attempting to resist. He was not attempting to assault the officers kick punch or anything of that nature. Video of the deadly encounter showed show impressing his knee and a Floyd's neck from where the nine minutes the defense maintains Shobin acted in accordance with his police
"derrick show van" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You had an officer killed outside the Capitol building after there was a guy in a car who rammed one of the barriers with two cops trapped them after he Um Wish the barrier I guess up against them. He sort of pin them. And one of the officers did die in the attack. I must mention though this morning were still being a little bit cagey about how exactly we see that officer died because two things happened. So the car hits the barricade, and it runs into the two officers right And there is still Some question as to whether the officer died right then because the impact of the hit or we know that the suspect got out of the vehicle right after he hit the two officers and had a knife with him, So they're still trying to piece that together this morning. When did the death actually happened? That aside, the Capitol Police Department is saying, Hey, you've had to attack two officers killed in two separate attacks in just the last few months. We need something beefed up. As far as security goes, but I'm sure that the other side is going to be what more could you have done? When you had a guy Ram a barricade that was supposed to be protecting the people in the officers inside, So I'm not? I'm not sure how much they're going to be able to do from this. Actually, The argument is in favor of those who say we don't wanna hire police officers because they they're I think Congress over the police force itself. Capitol police ask for an additional 800 officers. And you're right. Had there been more officers there at the barricade. Also here is a little frightening statistic. I think the Capitol police now have five or 600 officers. And that's it. And over the next 3 to 5 years, uh over 500 or set to retire. Huh? So they're short, Ah lot right now, And I'm assuming that's a good job. Capitol police. You think people would line up depends on the benefits, of course in the pay have no idea. Well, we're expecting to hear from the chief of the Minneapolis Police department in Derrick Show Van's trial today, So you've already had a lower ranking officers and testifying and former officers testifying.
Store cashier expresses ‘disbelief, guilt’ over George Floyd
"Counterfeit $20 bills, setting off a chain of events that led to his death on the stand today, a Derrick Show van's murder trial. So you're standing there with your hands on your head for awhile, Correct? I was going through your mind during that time period disbelief. Don't go. My guilt. Um, if I would have just Not taking the bill. Could have been avoided. Former President Trump is being sued and CBS is Tony to couple
"derrick show van" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Really use a grown jurors watched intently the footage of him moaning and gasping for breath with Derrick Show van's knee on his neck. For nine minutes and 29 seconds, The prosecutor Gerry Blackwell, emphasized. This was not a quick police reaction to an imminent threat, he said. But evidence of murder Mr Derek Shaman. Betrayed this badge. When you used excessive And unreasonable force. Upon the body. Mr George Floyd. Very put his knees upon his neck and his back branding and crushing him until the very breath No ladies and gentlemen until the very life Was squeezed out of him. It was a graphic description of the images, which sparked nationwide protests for racial justice. But the defense lawyer, Erik Nelson, told jurors the trial was not about race. There is no political or social cause in this courtroom. But the evidence is far greater than nine minutes and 29 seconds. He said The evidence would show that Mr Show Vin did what he'd been trained to do and that his actions were reasonable. The defenses. Other argument focuses on the exact cause of death, and Mr Nelson will argue that Mr Show Van's knee was not to blame. The evidence will show Mr Floyd died of a cardiac arrhythmia that occurred as a result of hypertension. Coronary disease, the ingestion of methamphetamine and fentanyl and the adrenaline throwing blowing through his body..
Trial of Derek Chauvin, officer charged in George Floyd's death, gets underway
"Opening statements and former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show van's trial in connection to the killing of George Floyd. Now underway. You're going to hear that he was a veteran on the Minneapolis police Department for 19 years. Have been trained in CPR multiple times at the time, and you'll be able to see for yourself that when Mr Floyd was in distress, Mr Chavez Wouldn't helping didn't help him. Speaking before opening statements, attorney for the Floyd Family Antonio Ramen, Uchi said that this case should not be about the past of George Floyd. But on Lee what happened to him before he died. Case of common sense. This is not a case about George Boyd's character. This is not a case about George Floyd's past. This is the case about what happened on May 25th of 2000 and 20. The defense is expected to argue that Floyd's death was caused by drug use and unrelated medical
"derrick show van" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Big News. The Derrick Show Vin Trial starts today. Opening statements in the way it works is theater knees lay out their case. This is what I'm going to talk about. This is what we're going to show and the judge, of course, tells the jury that's not evidence. Do not pay attention to that evidence is what it's brought in not an attorney, saying, this is what I'm going to show and if he doesn't know what And there's some rules regulations dealing with that and two things about Wayne in and over the weekend. I was thinking a lot about this. This case and Can you imagine? If Derrick showman is convicted. I think everything's gonna be copasetic assed far as the black community is concerned, as far as I'm concerned, because I'm gonna be one pissed off puppy if he walks But can you imagine if he is acquitted? What's gonna happen to this country? It's it's going to be on a level that I can't even imagine. All right, So let's get into it. Weighing. What what are we looking at? What can we expect? And a few of the defenses and people don't understand. They're our defenses here. There are real defenses that they're bringing to the table. Yeah. I mean, I guess I would say there are real hurdles for the prosecutors in terms of what they have to prove. So the first thing there will be some boring instructions to the jury. Then the opening statements will start and I would expect the prosecution to say first of all. Derrick Show Vin's Me Killed George Floyd. We're going to show you the coroner's report. We're going to have the coroner come in and testify about his findings and Derrick Show Van's knee is the reason that George Floyd is dead. Then they will have to talk about That Derrick Show Van's knee was a weapon being used in the commission of a felony crime specifically on assault because that's what they need to prove for the second degree murder charge. They will say even if you don't agree with us That he was committing a felony assault on George Floyd. We will show you that his behavior was very reckless with disregard for human life, the so called depraved heart. State of mind. Now the defense you know they're going to hit it from the other direction. They're going to say you know that Coroner's report also showed high levels of fentanyl in George Floyd system. We are going to be showing you some video of a previous arrest, where George Floyd was intoxicated on drugs and became agitated and had paramedics show up who found him in a very bad medical state, including extremely high blood pressure. And we will show you that they can't prove what killed Mr Floyd. Do you think the video of the prior actions of George Floyd the way you describe it? Is that gonna be introduced cause you know the the prosecution's could argue to keep that out? They don't want well, it's too late for that. It's in It's and it's going to come and it's going to come early. And the only question is, will it come at? Will that video be shown as part of the prosecutor's opening statements? Or will it be brought in as one of the very first items of evidence that's presented? That's the part I can't totally predict. If I'm the prosecutor. I do probably show some of it. To make my points during the opening argument, but they might save it, But it's going to be shown and it's going to be shown early. I don't I haven't read about a private autopsy done by the Floyd family, which certainly would be able to be introduced if the autopsy went their way. And when you pay for a private autopsy It's what would you like me to say? Okay here is, uh, it's always the same. Experts go up there, and it's always Dr Seal. Dr. Barking, Seal bark, bark, bark, bark bark, And then the other side calls. It's Dr Seal. Dr. Barking seal. All right, let's take a break. I want to come back and they're a couple of points. I want to bring up and if this is true What the defense is saying. That hurdle that you're talking about overcoming That is a big hurdle, and we'll talk about that. When we return. This is K a pie and 6 40 your chance to win.
"derrick show van" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And we will when protesters charged Feinberg with illegally evicting tenants during the pandemic. Mike Macklin, WBZ, Boston's news radio and eighth woman coming forward now accusing New York governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior We get the latest now from ABC is Trevor All Listen. McGrath is the first current aid in the governor's office to publicly come forward, describing a syriza of unsettling interactions to the New York Times, claiming, among other things, Cuomo would ogle her telling her she was beautiful in Italian, and in one instance while alone in his office. He says he stared down her shirt before commenting on a necklace there, and Lindsay Boylan, Cuomo's first accuser. Speaking at an impeachment rally held in downtown Manhattan today, Boylan told the crowd, the governor is unfit to lead and does not have the public's interest at heart. December I spoke truth to power on the harassment and bullying I faced working for Governor Cuomo. And when the governor should have been focused on leading us out of this pandemic, he was instead focused on covering up the deaths of 15,000 New Yorkers and smearing me and my reputation. The governor has denied all allegations is five away here's Bloomberg business. Instagram has launched a new feature aimed at helping creators. Bloomberg Social Media reporter Naomi Nick says Instagram, owned by Facebook now has live rooms, which will allow up to four people to broadcast simultaneously in real time. It might be that creators could Create podcast with more than just two hopes. Or they could create talk shows or there could be, you know, concerts where you know for independent musicians are in their respective spaces, but they're playing together. Next. Ads of the aim is to get more funds for Instagram users they look in general is trying to find new ways to allow creators to monetize their content. And to get a cut from advertising next, says the question Now for Facebook and Instagram is whether people will still be interested in this form of entertainment. Once the pandemic is over, and Americans are allowed to return to restaurants and movie theaters, I'm an Cates Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's news radio and coming up at 5 15, former police officer. Derrick Show Van's trial to resume on Monday that the first will checked sports traffic and weather right after this break is 509. You're.
"derrick show van" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Of Minneapolis, which the world is watching. This is the policeman. Derrick Show van, accused in the death of George Floyd is the one who had his knee on his neck for eight minutes. And right in the middle of jury selection, which few days ago the city Minneapolis and houses the settlement of $27 million with the Floyd family. And, of course, the defense is going to jump up and say, Wait a second that's prejudicial prejudicial against their client and the jury. You know this that we should have a change of venue with what's going on. Well, let's bring in Jesse Weber. Just use the host on the long crime network. He also co host. W O R is always in fashion that airs tomorrow night at eight o'clock and Sunday night at seven o'clock, Jesse. Good morning to you, I would think they've got a pretty good case here. No, the defense Good morning, guys. Yeah, This is a big big problem, and it's already caused a big issue in the trial. The fact that the city announced this settlement in the middle of jury selection, one of the most high profile trials we've seen in the last 20 years, we've already seen a problem. Two of the selected jurors were called back and questions by the judge paid is this settlement, you know? Does it affect your ability to be impartial? And they said, Yeah, it does. They had to be kicked off the jury and then to new jurors brought in. So the judge today has a big decision. The judge has to say what was they came with this settlement. It's already caused the problem. Do we have to delay this trial? Do we have to move it to another Minnesota city now? Personally, I don't think the judge is going to do that. Because I think that they've already got rid of all the jurors that have been affected by this news and any new juror that was brought in after the fact they have already been questioned about it, they said. It doesn't really affect them. Or they didn't even care about the news. I don't think the judge is going to delay it. But it was the court upset about the city doing this. Because let me just tell you something The city came forward and said, Well, look, you know we have a settlement. We can't really control when these things happen. Oh, but also Settlements not finalized. We're gonna finalize it in a few months. So why'd you announce it now? Why did you announce it now in the middle of the to the jury selection, very curious. Well, I thought the judge I heard him and I thought he had a very good point, Jesse, he was grilling the prosecution on, the prosecutor said. Well, we're not sure if it cuts for us or if it cuts against us, and the judge said the problem is it cuts. The problem is, it's something thrown in there that could prejudice Jury, So I'm not so sure he might not want Oh, you know, move the trial. This judge has all eyes on him. He has been doing everything he can to move this trial along with all of the complications. In this case, he could have delayed till the summer he could have delayed it closer to when the other officers are going to be on trial later this summer. He has chosen not to do that. I think at this point they've spent enough time resource is and trying to select a jury with right now there are 12 jurors, They need two alternates. I am very, very pleased with this juror. I think they've got very good cross section of the community. It's split in terms of diversity and gender. I don't think they're wanted. They're gonna want to give that up so quickly. Of course they have 12 already. They sat 12 jurors already right? That is correct. Okay, so when they had announced the date for opening arguments, is that gonna hold March 29th no matter what happens even if they get, you know, two more jurors today for the alternate. It's still march 29th opening statements. That is, when all eyes will be on that courtroom TV arguments presented not only by the prosecution, but a lot of people want to see what is the defense arguing, Remember, You need to show that Derek Chauvet didn't cause George Floyd's death. He died in either because of a drug overdose well because of his own excited delirium, so they have a big uphill battle. Well, I did see maybe let's point of view. Jesse is just show the show the video of the guy with the policeman Rashomon with his knee on George flights. Next show the video rest of case. Well, I saw the video. Before that happened where George Floyd seemed to be definitely higher than a kite on something, and I would think that that will be a big factor in the defense's case. Well, today, A big issue is whether or not George Floyd's arrest from 2019 will be allowed in and the defense says, Look, you have to situations that are remarkably similar. You have a guy who still getting excited When police pull him over. He possibly took drugs. This is something he does. He is responsible for his own death. Now I think that they're getting themselves in a little bit of a pickle there because You have one group of officers who dealt with George Floyd in a very similar instance. And George Boy didn't die. And now he's in 2020. So be careful defense. What you wish for. You want introduce that evidence? I would if I was the prosecution and say yes, we lived in that incident. He didn't He didn't live when Debra Children was dealing with him. Bromwich Jessie Webb Marie host the YOU Long Crime network. He's also co host of W. O R is always in fashion. Saturday nights at eight Sundays. It's seven refresh our memories, or at least mine, Jesse. What was that 2019 arrest all about and what happened. He got pulled.
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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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"Officer accused in the murder of George Floyd has been delayed A B C's marker. Malard is in Minneapolis with more on why the delay stems from prosecutors attempts to add a third degree murder charge to Derrick Show Van's other two charges. The judge in the case ruled against prosecutors in allowing that charge, But on Friday and appeals court said the judge should reconsider now just before jury selection was set to begin. Sheldon's defense says it plans to appeal the appeals court decision to the state Supreme Court. Even that prosecutors plan to ask for a halt to jury selection until this is resolved. Marco Malard ABC News Minneapolis just announced this morning. Missouri Senator Roy Blunt says he will not seek reelection next year, but the fifth Republican senator to announce that he won't be running again. Over the weekend, The Senate passed the covert relief bill with no Republican support. Two more women came forward over the weekend alleging inappropriate behavior on the part of New York governor Andrew Cuomo. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio situation already is very sad. Um Just it's gotten to be worse by the day and fewer and fewer people believe the governor and that's a very sad state of affairs for our state. But you know we're going to overcome it and we're gonna move forward. Governor Cuomo says he will not step down even though some of it in his own party or calling on him to do so. Reaction continues to come in to Meghan and Harry is explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey. They revealed that Meghan was so unhappy she contemplated suicide and that one member of the royal family wondered aloud how dark Archie's skin might be when he was born. ABC News Royals contributor Robert Jobson in London. I think they're hugely damaging allegations.
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"And that was a very Clear and real. And frightening. Constant thought. Prince Harry said he went looking for help but never found it. I went to all the places. Which I thought I should go to the hospital. We both did separately and together, So you left Because you were asking for help and couldn't get it. Yeah, that's okay here, he said his late mother, Princess Diana would be very angry about how this has turned out the interview from Harpo Productions. President Biden today, taking action to allow more Americans to vote today on the anniversary of bloody Sunday. I'm signing an executive order. Make it easier for eligible voters to register to vote and improve access to voting. More and more Americans are getting covert vaccinations. But the battle is far from over. CBS's Mark Strassmann Covert America has an ideal Everyone deserves a shot. But with lagging distribution of the three approved vaccines, so far less than 10% of Americans have been fully vaccinated. It may seem tempting to try to rush back to normalcy as if the virus is in the rear view mirror. It's not. Here's progress, the trajectory of new daily cases down nearly 75% since the first of the year, Although the number of new cases seems to have leveled off, Scientists see twin threats, covert variants. And covered complacency. The man accused of killing George Floyd goes on trial tomorrow in Minneapolis. Fencing, barricades and razor wire are set up around the Hennepin County government center ahead of Derrick Show Van's trial. He's charged with murder and manslaughter and being tried separately from three other former Minneapolis police officers charged in connection with Floyd's death. National Guard troops and police officers will be on hand to the courthouse. City and state leaders want to avoid a repeat of last year's rioting due to co the 19 precautions. There is less seeding the news. Well, so the judge is allowing the trial to be broadcast and live. Streamed. Jennifer Keiper CBS News in the Iraqi city of Erbil. Today, Pope.
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"Doris Platonic Is our producer Coming up? Has the Biden administration giving up on the fight for 15? Not so fast, says his coms. Director. UN Inspiring Story of a selfless sacrifice. I'm John Doman getting prepared for how students should learn after this school year. I'm Nick I Nellie mixed markets in Asia. Japan's Nikkei Up about a percentage point. It's 8 31, President Biden's $1.9 Trillion Covert 19 bill passing the Senate. That $15 minimum wage. The fight for 15 was left out. White House communications director Kate Bedingfield was on CNN. She says the White House still backs that benchmark. The conversation is going to turn to how we tackle the minimum wage and for the president is looking forward to working with Congress to determine the best way to do it. But what I can say to you right now is the president is committed to raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Meanwhile, a new executive from the Bite administration directing federal agencies to take a serious of steps Promote voting access. President Biden says every eligible voters should be able to vote and have it counted elected officials in 43 states. I've already introduced over 250 bills to make it harder for Americans to vote. We can not let them succeed. His plan was announced during a reported address on the 56 commemoration of Bloody Sunday when civil rights activists marching for voting rights were beaten by state troopers in Selma, Alabama. Biden's order includes several modest provisions amongst other things, expanded access to voter registration. And an overhaul of the vote Duck of website. I'm Julie Walker protest already breaking out in Minneapolis just days before the start. Ah, Former officer Derrick Show Van's trial in connection with the death of George Floyd. Dozens of people protesting outside the Minnesota governor's mansion just days before the trial of the former police officer charged in the death of George Floyd begins the group calling for accountability for police officers. Similar protests were held nationwide ahead of the trial. Jury selection begins on Monday boxes Marianne Rafferty Courting show and faces second degree murder and manslaughter charges. The three other former officers scheduled to stand trial later this summer, and when it comes to support for the Black lives matter movement, the latest polls show. Our attitudes are changing. Last June, following George Floyd's death from police officer Derrick Show van's knee on his neck. 60% of people describe that his murder in the U. S. A Today Ipsos poll. Now just 36% do And there's a big difference by race. Still of those who were aware that Children's trialist coming up 54% of white respondents and 76% of black participants say they hope he's convicted. Our feelings about the balance between protecting the right to protest and maintaining law and order have also shifted last year, and it was a fairly even split. Now, 49% say it's more important to protect law and order 31% side with protecting protests. Poll's margin of error is 3.3% Bruce Allen. W T o P news and still ahead on w T. O P South Korea saying it's willing to pay more for protection. It's a 34. We've.