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Lawmakers Continue Police Reform Negotiations

NEWS 88.7 Programming

02:09 min | 2 months ago

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.

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Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd's Murder

Tim Conway Jr.

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

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

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on V103

V103

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"derrick show vin" 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.

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Derek Chauvin Lawyer Files Motion for New Trial

John McGinness

00:14 sec | 2 months ago

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.

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:58 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" 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.

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I wanted to talk to you about the fall out from the Derrick Show Vin verdict the trial and whether will change anything on our country's we've seen in the last week. Quite often. It's our politicians that make the cases of police shootings worse by weighing in before we have all the facts. We saw that several times just in the last few days. It seems like one of the big topics of discussion on Capitol Hill. Now is police reform. They've seemed to agree on a lot of things, except for qualified immunity. That seems to be one of the big issues of contention. Correct me if I'm wrong? This is basically the idea that you cannot sue a a government employee who does something in the service of their job, correct. Correct Split second decision Should that cop be sued personally, You could still go after the city, which they're doing. $27 million later. You know, they paid out for the flood shooting. But what about the cop individually? Easier in show Vin, But the bigger picture is in other split second decisions. Should cop find themselves part of a civil lawsuit. Personally, That's the issue. You've been on both sides of the legal spectrum. You were a prosecutor now your criminal defense attorney. How does this affect these types of cases where Ah policeman is involved in an injury to someone or or their death? Yeah, well, for sure you're going to have yet another adverse reaction by law enforcement rightfully so where they now know that they're going to be wrapped up in a civil lawsuit. Where since 1967 when the Supreme Court said all right, there's qualified immunity. You guys there, Okay, You're not going to be prosecuted. Now that changes of assuming the politicians have their way, and I don't like that. I don't like that that cops are going to, you know, probably be running away from the departments that they serve. On the other hand, shouldn't there be accountability? I mean, I see both sides and I don't see a clear cut passed to saying this is how I feel about it. I would make it impossible for them to do their jobs, wouldn't it if they're worried about being sued all the time? Impossible. I think that they should be concerned about adverse consequences before they pull the trigger before they, you know, put someone in a chokehold. I think that that that's okay. I think that they're aware of that. The question is, should they be sued Civilly and Uh, you know what I'm struggling. I still don't have a clear vision on whether things to change or not. I'm still open one of the things that Republicans Senator Tim Scott from South Carolina's proposing is that very thing that you could sue the department. You still can sue the officer specifically in his argument is it will force departments. Institute better training practices on their officers and hopes of avoiding those lawsuits in the future. Really? I mean, is that what it takes? The death of certain people that shouldn't have died isn't enough. I mean, look, I I think that if there's room for better Training, Then I think that should be implemented. Now, immediately. No matter what I did want to use our remaining times we can. I've gotta discuss this because it's really troubling me. People are saying that the verdict the showman verdict now stands for some fill in the blank. Everybody's got their ideas to what it stands for, and I'm just thinking on a legal basis. Purely legal, Manny He's never convicted a white cop for doing this to a black person. All the sudden, you've got this one case, and now everybody says things are changing legally..

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Judge Orders Chauvin Juror Names Sealed, Citing Risk of Harassment

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

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.

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Republican Candidate for Governor Says Chauvin Verdict Makes Her ‘Sick’

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

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.

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Police in North Carolina Fatally Shoot Black Man, Prompting Protests

Charlie Parker

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

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

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on KCRW

"Now the Derrick show Vin's convicted of murdering George Floyd. The focus now turns to how long he should remain behind bars. NPR's Cheryl Corley has more on the level of punishment the former Minneapolis police officers likely to face For 2nd and 3rd degree murder as well. A second degree manslaughter when he sentenced in June is scheduled. He faces significant time. The most serious charge is murder in the second degree could mean upto 40 years in prison. But the sentence for a person with no criminal history is about 12.5 years. But the prosecution has said it will ask for more. NPR's Cheryl Corley, the other officers who were present during show Vince encounter with Floyd, er. Scheduled to stand trial this summer, Even though the Minneapolis Police Department immediately fired all the officers involved in Floyd's arrest. It's policing practices are now subject to a Justice Department investigation. NPR's Carrie Johnson has details. Attorney General Merritt Garland says the new civil investigation will look for patterns or practices of unlawful force and discrimination. It's the first investigation in the Biden Justice Department, though that tool was used widely during the Obama years. It fell out of favor under former President Donald Trump. Garland says good police officers welcome accountability and public safety requires public trust. If DOJ finds problems in Minneapolis, it could ask a court to oversee a settlement with the Police Department and appointed independent monitor to oversee the deal. Carrie Johnson. NPR NEWS Washington The White House says President Biden will use his speech to a joint session of Congress next week to call for police reform legislation. Speech. April 28th will mark 100 days by there's been in office in that time, Biden says. The U. S has a minister 200 million Covad shots, but the FDA is now flagging poor conditions at a Baltimore plan contracted to Reduce Johnson Johnson's Cove in 19 vaccine. It released report today in which regulators cited poorly trained staff failing toe follow proper procedures in a dirty facility that it says resulted in a test batch of vaccines getting contaminated. Chinese government hackers, heir suspected of a new computer breach this one targeting U. S government agencies, defense contractors and financial institutions. MPR's Greg Marie reports. The Hack is believed to be ongoing. The hackers apparently broke into the government agencies and private companies last June or even earlier, the Department of Homeland Security and a private cyber security company, Fireeye both confirmed the intrusion and separate statements and said they're working to fix the problem. They did not name any of the organizations that have been hit. But fire. I said the operation has the hallmarks of Chinese government hackers who have targeted US aerospace and defense companies in the past. The investigation is still in its early stages, and the full scope of the breach is not yet known. Greg My RE NPR NEWS Washington It's NPR support for NPR News comes from C three AI c three. AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems. C three a. I. This is enterprise, eh? I one year in without live music, And I'm ready for a show. If I show you.

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"One that aired this Monday. Okay, Me, too. Yeah, And I was bawling. Yes, a lot of going on when he kneeled down. Oh, yeah. God, Yeah, I actually record Yeah, For the record. I thought he was gonna propose to somebody. Oh, somebody else's past proposal Point also was a mess that mother Hiss. Oh, my goodness. Anyway, we'll get The all of it coming up at 10. 30. United States looks like it's set to meet the goal of administering 200 Million Corona virus vaccines in the 1st 100 days of the Biden administration president's expected to make some comments today note that the United States would surpass the 200 million By this week. At some point, there are a few places handful of places now where we're starting to see the demand. Sort of trickle off a little bit and supply be a big issue just in terms of We got all kinds of shots and not a lot of arms anymore. We prepared for the reaction to the Derrick Show Vin verdict yesterday, Police departments perfect prepared for its cities prepared for it. Everyone thought there was going to be an outpouring in the streets, and instead it was a bunch of horse's ass is politicians. Reaction that made the news Nancy Pelosi has got to go. Nancy Pelosi has said things in the past that we're just ridiculous and yesterday's response to I did to the Derrick Show Vin. Guilty verdicts. Embarrassing. Yeah, and what I found most embarrassing is if you watch it, we're going to play for you her comments, but if you watch it She's standing in front of members of the Congressional Black Caucus and made the comments these comments after the verdict. Thank you, George.

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D.C. Residents React to Chauvin Verdict

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Justice Department Launches Investigation Into Minneapolis Police Department

Mark Simone

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of the Murder of George Floyd

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

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

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The country for the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin in the killing of George Floyd, a room full of about a dozen activists who Been protesting George Floyd's death for nearly a year reacted as the verdict came in This'll woman of clotted Americans across the country for making sure their voices were heard effect that we protest it for George Floyd for over 100 days. That's the reason that this case took place the way that it did. Local groups say they remain committed to doing their part to ensure justice deserved. Plate. Nevil K. L i f New Dallas County reported 13 Mork over deaths and about 280 new cases yesterday. Most of the latest deaths were among of those people 50 years old or older, but also included a 19 year old man and a woman in her thirties. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins made note of the younger victims and again urged residents to get vaccinated. Speaking of vaccines Dallas County handing off distribution of covert vaccines to a private company for a hefty price tag $30 million in federal coronavirus. It will be used for continued vaccine efforts. Colorado based American Medical Response Ambulance service was approved by the Dallas County Commissioners Court to move inoculation efforts forward the company could been begin as early as this week at the Fair Park vaccine hub. Three Dallas police officers involved in a shooting that left a burglary suspect dead on the service road of 6 35. They're being interviewed by the police department. Dallas Police Chief Eddie Garcia says the Carjacking suspect was shot by police after running across all lanes of traffic and pointing a replica gun at the officer's certainly looked real to the officers, and it certainly looked real to the victims. That this individual was victimizing throughout the day on how terrorized they were. The investigation remains open. Police.

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on WTVN

"Derrick Show Vin and last spring's in custody murder of George Floyd, renewing attention on police reform efforts and a bill named after Floyd, Minnesota. Democratic Senator Tina Smith bans the kinds of choke holds that we saw it stops the kind of militarization of our police departments wish way, I think, contributes to some of this over policing and under protecting that people in communities of color face. The bill's already passed the house. Columbus, Ohio Police officer was removed from active duty after shooting and killing a teenage girl. Officers responded to a 911 complaint about trouble involving a group says the head of Columbus, Ohio, police Michael Wood and indicated that someone was trying to stab them. They say a teenager had a knife and was attacking somebody else when officers opened fire police releasing a body cam recording that appears to show a fight, then gunshots a teenage girl. Rolls dead interim Chief Would This also will be taken off the street. Columbus is mayor says police shot the girl to protect someone else. Chuck's Iverson ABC News, the suspected gunman in custody after shooting three people at a grocery store on New York's Long Island, killing one. I was just trying to save my life, Barbara Butterman huddled in the produce section with other terrified shoppers and workers. There are open areas under the bins of fruits and vegetables that we could have gone under. So that's why we stayed there. Authorities believe Gabriel DeWitt Wilson used a small handgun on his bosses. No word yet on a motive. ABC is Lucy Yang, a federal judge in Chicago sentence Concepcion Mala Noche to 78 months in prison on her guilty plea to smuggling Guatemalan immigrants into the US and enslaving them. Until they paid off their debt. You're listening to ABC News. I'm Joel Clark, a slight quote agent with the true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a year, A woman named Linda just called. Her husband. Ray has a group life insurance policy, but it's changing jobs and he can't take it with him. Well, I went to work and found Ray, who's.

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Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of Murdering George Floyd

KQED News Special

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

Pat Walsh

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

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

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" 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.

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Guilty verdict of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin. That I think the entire world was hoping to say. You're listening to Virginia Tree Ali on ABC Radio Melvin. Riverdale shopped in their leading chanting at a press conference immediately after the guilty verdict on three counts was handed down by US jury finding former police officer Derrick Show Vin Guilty of the murder off George floored in a case that touched off worldwide protests, violence and a major re examination of racism and policing in the United States. Sarah Ferguson, ABC is North America correspondent Was there outside court at the time of the reading out off that verdict. Sarah Good to talk to you this morning, so How do we way that the conflicting sorrow and joy of this incredibly important verdict? Virginia let me just fund you into this scene that I'm in a moment to part of your question that the head of a very large demonstration that score Just outside the courthouse like that verdict was read. There are hundreds of people about to set off at this moment. Now flags from full board. On Seventh Street in Minneapolis. This celebration is taken over the streets. They're calling it a celebration. But it is, of course, a very hard for a celebration in the crowd. Now it's calling out George Boy. Same name. Way we've seen these moments occur outside courthouses before Sarah Ferguson,.

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Minnesota's Attorney General Reacts to Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict

Mark Levin

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

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.

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:59 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Against Derrick Show Vin GT. You know, it's It's This is obviously a big deal. A very big moment in time, and a lot to think about there absolutely is, and I wanted Tohno. I'm curious on. I wanted to ask Krista. This is it likely that we hear from some of these jurors? I assume that it is up to them if they want to speak publicly. But do you suspect will hear how they came to this decision and what moved them? I think that's definitely possible. Under the circumstances of all three guilty verdicts, it would've, I think very likely been the case where if they had found him not guilty or acquitted him entirely, they would Want their identities to be known. Perhaps now with these lyrics and please, they'll be willing to discuss. You know what matter to them? What stood out to them seem not to make sense to them and ultimately how they came to their verdict. It is entirely up to them. Judge Kaylin Hill will likely tell them that that will be their decision on D will leave that to them. Of course, I'm sure there are procedures in place where if they don't wish to have identities Known that they will be protected on bail be allowed to somehow get out of the courthouse without a whole bunch of people. You know, I was wondering if you could respond. Tolo questions about Judge Peter Koval. I mean his comments, telling the jury that they have just gone through heavy duty jury duty. And yet in many high profile cases, the judge himself becomes quite a controversial figure. What's your reaction to How Judge Koval has handed this case. Yes, I think he's sensitive with regard to the jury, for sure. And I and you know, we saw early on. He was getting text messages from retired judges who were telling him that the jurors faces could be seen in the plexiglass quickly changed that. I think that he has struck a balance of letting this trial be public without compromising their identities so as to not make the jury feel intimidated with regard to some of the other calls that he made Um, you know, at some point, it seems that he made calls to the defensively on and other times. It's like there's a culture, the prosecution and I think if he added it all, and he was actually pretty fair to both sides as it went a lot I thought that fatal a lot of full size a fair amount of latitude where in day to day of regular practice tends to be nonsense. Most cases along or sometimes interject. Himself into jury selection will sometimes limit arguments because he wants to keep things moving on get right to the point. I think he gave both sides of their model attitude that he might not otherwise kind. See. Because this was a story and this was a situation that demanded it, But it is required that both sides have an opportunity to say everything they needed to stay for him for, however long that they needed to say it. I mean, we saw that closing argument. Yeah, it appeared He was sentenced in its interrupt Nelson. And that would be more along the lines of what I know Judge Cahill, but I think he gave this case the time and the space in the due process that it deserved. You are listening to Bloomberg Radio. Right now we are doing live coverage of the verdict in the killing of George Floyd. Derrick Show in the former Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes last night. Convicted of second degree murder in his eyes, is described as a politically explosive trial. We know that it was 15 days of a trial 45 witnesses less than 11 hours for the jury to deliberate. There were three charges 2nd 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. We were just all talking with our roundtable. A little chilling to hear the guilty verdicts in each of those three charges specifically with me right now is Bloomberg News? Legal? Alice, June Grosso and also the team on sound and sound on Excuse Me, Rick Davis and Jeannie. Shawn's A. No. They're Bloomberg political contributors. And we also have with us too. Right now, Krista Gore sex. She's former public defender, Kirkman managing partner of course Check law. And so, Krista. I guess what I'm thinking is it's not over their sentencing, but there's also an appeal. As a former public defender isn't just a case that you appeal because you can legally or is it that you do it because you think you can win the second time around? How do you see it? While appeals are always hard, right, you know this last success. It's appellate court thing. There is the trial court. And, quite frankly, I prefer to be a trial lawyers and an appellate lawyer in part for that reason, but more so, in part because of what unfolds in the courtroom, But, um well, what I will say here is that There appears to be a number of different things that appeal excusing appear to be appeal worthy. We know that there was a move for a change of venue early on. That was the night when allegations of prosecutorial misconduct. Of Discovery coming in late are coming in on repetitive chunks of the new items kind of buried at the bottom of that settlement that the family reach during jury selection certainly was a significant concern of the defense. Was officers. Thought killed after emerging managed Welcome center little of the trial and the truth, bustard they like they heard about that. We know that Very prominent civil rights leaders and figures like Al Sharpton, you know, have been inspired, and they've been very vocal governor. You've been very vocal about there has been very vocal and certainly the jury had to have heard of all of this valuable and last notable with Representative Maxine Waters of California, came to Minnesota with engagement kind of protest and was very vocal in saying that if there was an acquittal In fact, people should take to the streets and I think it's fair to say all she implied that people should should protest and I didn't hold on perspective. No, that's okay. I know June's gonna come in on this, and I just want to paint a visual. We're looking at shots in Minneapolis outside the courthouse, and you're seeing a lot of people around there. Some people Obviously there's hugs. There's reactions, but it's very calm in terms of reactions to that verdict. Forgive me, Chris. I know you wanted to finish that thought. All I was gonna say is that you know when we've got a public figure again in in Minneapolis, while the jurors are not sequestered in the trialist still pending. Telling people to take to the streets, but there's an acquittal. I mean, I think that is tantamount to potential jury intimidation, and so all of these things like bring them together. Amount to, um Really, I think strong and varied grounds for appeal. We've also got the murder three charge that was reinstated country to once again. The president robot. In this case, there's a lot of grounds. I think for a real a very valid appeal that forward. You talked about Judge Cahill being very fair and reasonable in this trial, And of course we saw it. And if he hadn't been, we would have heard about it. So, But what about us Far? Sentencing is he known as a tough sentencing judge or not? I would say yes known to be a tough sentencing judge, and it certainly isn't afraid to grant Accord departures. Um, I have seen him on the other hand, or he had the opportunity where there was a case for the feet. I have asked for upward. Sentences, and he said No, but he delivered a very harsh, harsh message while agreeing to a little something so You know I've seen on the boat, but I certainly think increased, like said that he will get formal a lot of thought. Theo Cranston Upward departure. Because as we were talking about before, with Carol, there's got to be a lot of going to a lot of pressure on him to grant an upward departure and you know to put Derrick show been away for the maximum amount of time possible. I think that's 100% true. I think that pressure this on dime. Sure he will consider it. Um, the arguments of the attorneys and ultimately what he thinks is there. I just want to mention to that again. Let's just rehashed. You're listening to Bloomberg Radio. We are going live..

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08:23 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on KCRW

"Covering this verdict that we're waiting any moment in a courtroom there. Cheryl, please go on. You were you were describing. I was just talking about. You know other officers here in in this state where who've been? Charged a zoo result of someone being shot or killed or something like that, And a couple of years ago, jurors did find a Minneapolis police officer. Guilty on was convicted of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for killing AH woman who had called police for on a 911 call because she had suspected a sexual assault was occurring near her home. That is the only UM many Minnesota police officer who was actually been found guilty. Of any kind of charge and is serving time in prison right now. So you know, whatever happens with Derrick Show Vin. He may become the second officer. Maybe not. But that's kind of the situation here right now. That is NPR's Cheryl Corley in Minneapolis. Cheryl. I know you will be with us all through what promises to be Long night, a much anticipated night with the verdict coming in, and the Derrick Sheldon trial. Ari, the city of Minneapolis is on edge this evening, and we're going to go now to John Collins of Minnesota Public radio who is downtown. Hi, John. Hey, how's it going? All right. We've seen images of boarded up businesses. Can you just tell us about the scene where you are? Sure I'm in downtown right now. And, uh, many of the buildings that are around the government center are boarded up, and there's also very high security. There's tall fences, concrete barriers. Barbed wire in some cases around government buildings here, So it's ah pretty tense scene as far as that which also includes National Guardsmen and their armored vehicles. And, um US groups of you know citizens who are showing up toe. Find out the verdict for themselves right here. One of the citizens saying that you're talking to You know I'm in the media center. So I'm covering the actual president, all right, and spoken to them any sure can you just tell us about like what people are anticipating tonight? Are the street's going to be full of people, No matter what the verdict is well, I think a lot of people, especially in the neighborhoods in Minneapolis and ST Paul, that were affected by unrest following torch Floyd's killing Are awful feeling anxious about exactly how this is all going to turn out. I mean, even outside downtown in the neighborhoods, many, um main businesses on Main streets, same self. Minneapolis Lake Street, which was hit hard by looting are also boarded up on Bear National Guard on corners. So there's a lot of anxiety certainly in the city about what is gonna happen. The verdict's gonna be and then what the response is going to be from protesters and people in the community who have lived through the last year here. You know the last year as you've described as in some ways, change the world. I mean, the name of George Floyd has been chanted all over the world. And you are a reporter in Minneapolis who also lives in that city. Do you think The events of this year have changed the way Minneapolis sees itself. E think was a wake up call. Sure, many people, especially white people in Minneapolis, that this long running treatment of African Americans specifically and black people in the twin cities is something that needs to be resolved. And, um, apart from that, I think it did take a hit Minneapolis's reputation or concept of itself as You know, a progressive city that offers people opportunities that has Ah, you know, higher standard of living than many other different states because there are deep seated disparities here across law enforcement across the criminal justice system and across economics, So I do think that it made Minneapolis think differently about itself and where wants to move in the future. As you've been covering this trial over the last few weeks. Has there been one moment of testimony. One witness who stood out to you? I've covered this trial and the charges so many, many months and, um, during testimony, the witness is that really stood out to me where the original ones the bystanders who were on the sidewalk watching what happened to George Fluid, and, um they're emotional testimony opened up this entire trial and really set the standards for, um How the prosecution will proceed. John Collins of Minnesota Public Radio. Thank you for your reporting. The judge is apparently arriving on the scene there. The courthouse We're waiting for the verdict in the murder trial of Derrick Show been accused of the killing of George Floyd kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and 29 seconds. Believe the judges speaking let's listen. I may have been mistaken. The judges, not speaking At any rate. We're waiting for the verdict to be read aloud in the courtroom. At any moment. I will say that Judge is in the courtroom. And it sounds like gaveling in people are standing members of the jury. I understand you have a verdict. It was the jury I will now read the verdict says they will appear in the permanent records of the fourth Judicial District. State of Minnesota County of Hennepin District Court. Fourth Judicial District State of Minnesota Plaintiff versus Derek Michael Show Vin defendant Ready to count one court file number 27 CR 2012646 We, the jury in the above entitled manner as to count one unintentional second degree murder while committing a felony. Find the defendant guilty. This verdict agreed to this 20th day of April 2021 at 1:44 P.m.. Science. Juror four person juror number 19. Same caption Verdict. Count two we, the jury in the above entitled matter as to count two third degree murder, perpetrating an eminently dangerous act. Find the defendant guilty verdict agreed to this 20th day of April 2021. 1:45 p.m. signed by jury. Four person juror number 19. Same caption verdict. Count three. 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. This verdict Agreed to this 20th day of April 2021 at 1:45 P.m. Jury four person 01 night. It was the jury. I'm not going to ask you individually. If these are your true and correct verdicts, please respond. Yes or no? You're number two. Are these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Juror Number nine. Are these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Your number 19. Are these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Juror number 27. Are these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Your number 44. Are these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Juror number 52. Are these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Juror number 55. Are these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Juror number 79 of these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Juror number 85 of these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Your number 89 is this Are these your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Your number 91 of these. Your true and correct verdicts? Yes. Juror number 92. Are these your true and Christ? Freddie's Yes. These your verdicts, So say you one. So say you all, Yes, members of the jury. I find that the verdict says red reflect the will of the jury and will be filed accordingly. I have to thank you on behalf of the people of the state of Minnesota for not only jury service but heavy duty jury service. I'm gonna ask you to do now is to follow the deputy back into your usual room and I will join you in a few minutes to answer questions and to advise you further so all rise for the jury..

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Biden Says He's Praying For "The Right Verdict"

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00:43 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin's Trial

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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

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02:08 min | 3 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Officer Derrick Show Vin with his knee on George Boyd's neck in the final moments of his life. Sparked protests across the country last year. That racial reckoning changed the course of the presidential campaign. Biden was elected after naming systemic racism as one of four major crises facing the nation. And voters put him into office along with Kamila Harris, the nation's first black and Asian vice president. Me. Allison is a political organizer and the founder of she, the people She says that if the White House does not directly address these issues, many people who turned out for Biden and 2020 may not do so again. If you get this point where A constant barrage and news of the violence and dehumanization of black people. Brown people at the hands of government employees, please. You know, there's just a there is a sense that something must be done. But Biden has also projected himself as an ally of police, leaving him facing pressure on two fronts. Jim Pasco is the executive director of the Fraternal Order of Police and has been meeting with administration officials, though the group supported former President Trump and the general election. Pascoe says he believes the president is well suited to bringing together groups that don't see eye to eye. He has still has enough credibility in the long Force, Mint community, and I believe Credibility in the civil rights community that ideally position him to at least try with the potential for success. To get everybody together on issues. The conclusion of the show VIN trial could compound a moment of intense pain over police killings in this country. And in responding, the president may try to heal the soul of a divided nation. But he also appears caught in a double bind. Juana Summers. NPR news. Okay, listen to this sound we're about to play..

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NYPD Cops Can't Take Unscheduled Days Off After Chauvin Verdict

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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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Hundreds Protest in Chicago Over Police Shooting of Adam Toledo

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Hundreds Protest in Chicago Over Police Shooting of Adam Toledo

"Released body cam video showing a police officer shooting and killing a 13 year old boy last month. The footage shows Officer Eric Stillman shooting Adam Toledo less than a second after the boy drops a handgun turns toward the officer and begins raising his hands. The video is key evidence is prosecutors consider a case against that officer involved Closing arguments set for Monday in the murder trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis cop charged with killing George

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Derek Chauvin Murder Trial Concludes, Closing Arguments Set For Monday

"Of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show, Vin has now rested its case. Children facing both second degree murder and manslaughter charges in connection with the death of George Floyd. Videos showed show been kneeling on the black man's neck for more than nine minutes. Showman did not take the stand. The defense rested after two days of testimony, compared to two weeks on the part of the prosecution. Closing arguments in the case was set for Monday. Center for

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Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliot supports firing police officer who shot Daunte Wright

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Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliot supports firing police officer who shot Daunte Wright

"The whole world is watching. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News those words from Brooklyn Center Minnesota Mayor Mike Elliott after the police shooting of 20 year old Dante, right by a white police officer. The community not far from Minneapolis, with the trial of former police officer charged with the killing, George Floyd is taking place here all collectively devastated. And we have been for over a year now by the killing of George Floyd and that we continue. To be distressed as we go through the Derrick Show Vin Trial shooting took place yesterday afternoon when you roll, Dante right, was pulled over for an expired tag. When police ran his name. They were alerted that he had an outstanding warrant for possessing a pistol without a permit. When police went to arrest him, he resisted and attempted to reenter his car. The officer can be heard on body Cam announcing her intent to use the Taser. But according to the chief, she mistook her Taser for her side on the mayor of Brooklyn Center called for her

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:14 min | 4 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"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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"derrick show vin" Discussed on KCRW

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08:16 min | 4 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on KCRW

"Of Derrick Show Vin in Minneapolis for the death of George Floyd is expected to go on for weeks. And that means a lot of money going toe lawyers. Children's defense attorney is being paid in full by a legal defense fund specifically for law enforcement officers being prosecuted in Minnesota. Most police officers around the country can freely draw from these types of funds to push through long legal battles. Samantha. Michael's reported on this for Mother Jones, and she joins us now. Welcome. Hi, Ari. Thanks for having me to report that The Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association has hundreds of thousands of dollars set aside for these kinds of cases and there many other similar funds all over the country, some with millions of dollars. How do they work? So these associations have legal defense funds, which are basically big pots of money that will pay for an officer's legal fees in a criminal trial. And officers helped build up these legal funds through their police unions, so they'll pay either monthly or annual fees that build up the funds. And then if they beat somebody or killed somebody or are accused of another crime. You can call up the association and get connected with an attorney who will work with them throughout the duration of the legal proceedings. These funds are broadly speaking for police officers and law enforcement. But can you tell us more about specifically which officers tend to draw on these resource is these funds are used mostly by officers who are accused of crimes. So that often happens after an officer uses excessive force against somebody on patrol. Often these funds are used after on duty shootings. So one of the biggest arguments against this kind of a system. So one of the biggest concerns is that this creates an unfair advantage for police officers. Most other people who are not police officers don't get access to this kind of funding through their unions if they are accused of crimes. And so some activists are concerned that if police officers have unlimited funding for their trials that it creates an uneven playing field. And it makes it harder to convict them. And so it's just another factor. That kind of adds the perception that police are almost legally untouchable after they beat or kill somebody. There's also another potential problem, which is that some of these police associations that are paying money for defense attorneys for police officers are also pouring a lot of money into district attorney elections. S O. Supporting prosecutors who were are going to have to decide whether or not to file charges against police officers. And so there's a concern that this creates a conflict of interest. Children's lawyers are arguing that he was properly doing the job of a police officer when he kneeled on George Floyd's neck and Floyd died. If that is the case, then why wouldn't it be appropriate for the police Department to handle his defense? In speaking with people who work for city's attorney's offices. I learned that most cities, most municipalities don't pay for the criminal legal fees for officers. It's more common that cities will pay for the civil litigation like if an officer gets sued, you know, big picture. Police officers are rarely convicted for on duty killings. How big a role do You think these kinds of funds play in that outcome? I think these funds are one factor in that outcome. It insures that they have enough money to sustain potentially very long criminal trials. But there are also other factors at play that make it hard to convict police officers. One of those is just how our use of force laws are set up there pretty lenient. And a lot of them say that if a police officer reasonably feared for their life for their safety than it's okay for them to use force, and so that makes it really hard for prosecutors to file charges, and it makes it even harder for courts to convict. Samantha Michaels is reporter for Mother Jones magazine. Thank you very much. Thanks so much. This week, the World Health Organization released a long awaited joint report with China into the source of Kobe 19 1 of its big conclusions is that the virus is most likely to have originated in bats in southern China and then made its way into humans via some sort of intermediate animal. But some people are not buying this theory. NPR China correspondent John Rule, which reports soon after the W H o China report came out the U. S and 13 other countries expressed concerns about it. Joint statement did not mention the possibility that the virus might have escaped from a laboratory that studies Corona viruses in the Chinese city of Wuhan, but it did call for more transparent and independent analysis free from political interference. The head of the W H O te dress. Adam gave racist was blunter, saying the lab league theory had not been assessed extensively enough and requires further investigation and potentially additional missions to China. Jamie Metzl is a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council. He agrees. I'm not saying that I am certain that covert 19 stems from an accidental lab lick. But it would be absolutely irresponsible and could on Lee be politically motivated to say that it's not even worth having a full investigation Missile says. While there's no smoking gun for a lab leak, in my view, there's more circumstantial evidence that it came from the lab. Then it came through in through a serious of zoonotic jumps. Through intermediate animal hosts because there's no evidence of that, many scientists say, just the opposite. Based on the available evidence, they believe the Corona virus appears far more likely to have emerged naturally. Still, critics say that while the W H o team was able to visit state run bio labs in Wuhan and talk to scientists, they did not investigate the lab league theory thoroughly enough. I think that this situation in it really is setting a precedent for the future. Elina Chan is a postdoctoral scientist working on genetics at the Broad Institute in Boston. This time, it's China. That's in the hot spot. But next time maybe it's not trying. So if we decide that we cannot investigate. If you just give up this time, then other countries might feel that that there isn't an accountability mechanism in place and that could potentially lead to less stringent and more dangerous lab conditions, she says. Not far beneath the surface of the debate, however, our geopolitical tensions between China and the United States President Trump and his administration embraced the lab leak theory and pushed early for an investigation. Scott Kennedy, with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says China's foot dragging on an investigation, counter accusations and penchant for secrecy haven't helped it. The West prides itself on its openness and transparency relative to authoritarian places like China. So in the competition for soft power and legitimacy. This is a useful topic to continue to push. But he and others say the search for the origins of the virus shouldn't bogged down U. S policy toward China. Ever. Seligson, an assistant professor at Villanova University, and former U S diplomat says piling pressure on China is only going to make Beijing defensive. I think that leads to a lot of accusations, and eventually someone decides to defuse it by coming up with some sort of face saving agreement. But I don't think it actually leads to science. And that means it may make it harder to find the answers that everyone is looking for. John Rue Itch NPR news. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news, and.

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"derrick show vin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:55 min | 4 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"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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01:55 min | 4 months ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on KOMO

"Cop Derrick Show Vin for last spring's in custody killing of George Floyd of those 14 jurors that are expected to be seated. Eight of them are white, six identify as people of color, including four who self identify as black on the jury. There are five men and nine women and their ages range from Their twenties up until sixties. So it it's about evenly split between younger and older. Jurors. ABC Is Whitney Lloyd. Opening statements set for Monday, 10 days before semiautomatic rifle was used to kill 10 people in a Boulder, Colorado supermarket. A judge had thrown out the city's ban on such weapons. President Biden wants Congress to restore the nationwide ban on so called assault weapons. And extend background checks to all firearms sales. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he's committed to bringing both bills to the floor. But the bottom line here Democrats just do not have the votes to get this passed, they would need the support of the least. 10 Republicans. So the White House's I'm ways to be able to address gun violence through executive action, but any major reform is going to have to go through Congress. NBC's Rachel Scott, the president went to Columbus, Ohio, touting the benefits of the American rescue plan. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen went before a House committee. With the passage of the rescue plan. I'm confident that people will reach the other side of this pandemic with the foundations of their lives intact, and I believe they will be met there by your growing economy. In fact, I think we may see a return to full employment next year, she says. The U. S is still down 10 million jobs from the pre pandemic peak. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam today signs legislation abolishing the death penalty in Virginia in modern times, Virginia's second only to Texas and executions 113 since the Supreme Court reinstated capital punishment in 1976. You're listening to ABC News. Come on news now. Your top stories from the comb over 24 7.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

"derrick show vin" Discussed on KOMO

"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.

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