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"detective joshua janes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:53 min | 2 months ago

"detective joshua janes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Freeman. We do expect some Dry day today with cool temperatures, mostly in the upper fifties. 7 45 It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Layla Falled in Louisville's Police Department is firing two officers involved in the raid that ended with the killing of Rianna Taylor. Thea officers are Detective Joshua Janes, who sought the warrant on Taylor's apartment and Miles Cosgrove, who the FBI says fired the fatal bullet. Ryland Barton with Kentucky Public Radio is following the story. Good morning. Good morning. So, Rylan. It's been more than eight months since Briana Taylor was killed. Why is the police department making this decision now versus when she was killed? Right, So these air as you said the two officers who played key roles in the in the raid that on Briana Taylor's apartment, Joshua James, He's the one who acquired the warrant the lead officers to our door after midnight and then detective Miles Cosgrove, who fired with the FBI considers to be that fatal shot. They've been on paid leave for months. Really. Louisville's in term police chief is determined at this point that Joshua Jane's had provided improper information in obtaining that warrant, saying that He had confirmed with the postal inspector that Taylor had been receiving packages involving an ex boyfriend who was involved in drug dealing and that he actually hadn't made any contact with the post officer determined that And then in the case of Miles Cosgrove that he had improperly used use of force, and he was one of other officers who was firing into Taylor's apartment. But the Inter police chief determine that he didn't know who his target Woz and was firing indiscriminately into the apartment. What's been the reaction to this decision. I'm wondering here about those on the police force but also the public. The protestors have been out there for months now, right, well live dressed with Jane's one of the officers involved, and he will be defending himself. And he says that his lawyer says that he's done nothing wrong and will appeal it. They say that the police department's already essentially made their determination of it. There will be a On administrative hearing over this in the coming days to basically give the officers a chance to respond. But then also the You know the protesters there, you know, I think that they're frustrated. This has taken so long for this. This has been one of the rallying cries was toe get the officers involved in this trade fired but also charged and I think that there's a little bit of satisfaction that you know it's moved in that direction, but also frustration that it hasn't gone as far as some people are calling for it. Yeah, No Bryant, Briana Taylor's family and many others have been calling for officers involved in the raid to not just be fired. They want them arrested, criminally charged. How likely is it that this could happen? There is the investigation's ongoing. There's a federal investigation into this. Ongoing and it will be interesting to see how this might change. You know, a new federal administration coming in, You know, there is one officer who was criminally charged with one endangerment Brett Hankinson earlier this year, but it's still yet to be seen. If any more charges. Come down. That's Ryland Barton of Kentucky Public Radio. Thank you for your coverage. Thank you. Marketplace Morning report is coming up next.

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"detective joshua janes" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"detective joshua janes" Discussed on KCRW

"Report is brought to you by the Egg Donor and Surrogacy Institute. Meanwhile, issues continue in south L. A. Was one of five in Vermont erect. There has been tying up want the lanes. To be sunny and breezy today highs. The mid upper 60 should mostly be mostly clear tonight for your New Year's Eve, with lows in the forties to low fifties right now, Ellie exits 44 degrees 40 in North Hollywood. 36 in Santa Clarita, 52 in Santa Barbara. Support for NPR comes from the American Jewish World Service supporting human rights advocates worldwide as they respond to cope in 19 and defend democracies. More of a J. W S Out org and from the Wallace Foundation, working to develop and share practices that can improve learning an enrichment for young people in the vitality of the arts for everyone. Maura at Wallace Foundation dot or it's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Leyla Father in Louisville's Police Department is firing two officers involved in the raid that ended with the killing of Rianna Taylor. The officers are Detective Joshua Janes, who sought the warrant on Taylor's apartment. And Miles Cosgrove, who the FBI says fired the fatal bullet, Ryland Barton with Kentucky Public Radio is following the story. Good morning. Good morning. So, Rylan. It's been more than eight months since Briana Taylor was killed. Why is the police department making this decision now versus when she was killed? Right, so these air as you said the two officers who played key roles in the in the raid that on Briana Taylor's apartment, Joshua Jane's, He's the one who acquired the warrant the lead officers to our door after midnight and then detective Miles Cosgrove, who fired with the FBI considers to be that fatal shot. They've been on paid leave for months..

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"detective joshua janes" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"detective joshua janes" Discussed on WJR 760

"You, J R were Detroit comes to talk another efforts to overturn the election. I'm rich Dennis and Fox News President Trump is again asking the Supreme Court to overturn election results In the latest legal challenge to the results of the November 3rd election President Trump and illegal filing is asking the U. S. Supreme Court to reverse Wisconsin's high court. And allow Republicans who control the Legislature to decide how to cast the state's 10 electoral votes. The Trump campaign is asking the high court to decide whether more than 50,000 absentee ballots in Milwaukee and Dane counties were wrongly counted. President elect Joe Biden carried Wisconsin by about 21,000 votes. Wisconsin slate of electors. Has already cast its votes for Biden boxes, John Decker in Washington and audit of more than 15,000 signatures on absentee ballot envelopes and one Georgia County found no fraudulent votes. President Trump lost to President elect Joe Biden by about 12,000 votes in the state, state and federal officials say there's no indication of any widespread voter fraud that would change the outcome of the election. Tomb or Louisville. Police officers involved in a raid that killed Briana Taylor are likely to lose their jobs. Detective Joshua Janes who saw the drug Warrant of Briana Taylor's apartment in March and detective Miles Cause Grove, who reportedly returned gunfire from inside the apartment, killing Taylor have both received pre termination letters from Louisville's interim police chief, You that gentry if determinations are upheld, maybe the 2nd and 3rd officers to be fired in the case. Detective Brett Hankinson was fired in June and indicted and wanton endangerment charges for shooting into a neighboring unit. Fox's Jeff Man also Two b 52 bombers from North Dakota have flown over the Persian Gulf in response to what U. S officials say are signs Iran may be planning attacks against American or allied targets in the Middle East. It's the second such mission this month. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News broadcasts Network Getting schooled with Abby Hornets. Eric Fox News chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel, can you just talk to me about the basics of a filibuster? Two different versions. There's giving a long speech on the Senate floor to make the point that there is a severe protest about something going on in the Senate. The other way is getting together 40 or more senators to vote against something subscribe and listen..

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"detective joshua janes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"detective joshua janes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well King. Good morning. Louisville Metro Police Department yesterday released a long awaited investigative report into Briana Taylor's killing by police. The report attempts to explain why officers were at her door that night. Eleanor Klibanoff is a reporter at member station. W F P L She's been Reading into that report. Good morning, Eleanor. Good morning. So this was an investigation by the Louisville police into the Louisville police. What have you learned that you didn't already know? Great. So my colleagues and I are continuing to get through this massive file. But it looks like this internal investigation shows us a lot about the narcotics investigation that led police to Taylor's apartment that night, as well as more details on what happened while they were serving that search warrant that ultimately left Taylor dead. You know, reminder. This happened in the early hours of March, 13th, Louisville Police had a no knock warrant that would have allowed them to enter Taylor's apartment unannounced. And this is for a narcotics investigation targeting Taylor's ex boyfriend, JaMarcus Glover, Taylor's boyfriend fired in what he thought were intruders and struck one officer. The officers fired back and killed Taylor in her hallway. So this investigative report sort of looks at how police investigated that whole shooting start to finish after it happened And why does this reports say the officers got a no knock warrant for Taylor's home? So the this No knock warrant is sort of the central question in this investigation. In this case and one of things. This internal investigation shows us is that Detective Joshua Janes. Hey, told these investigators that he believed that JaMarcus Glover, Taylor's ex boyfriend was using Taylor's apartment to store money and receive packages. Here's Detective Jane, speaking with investigators in an audio interview released yesterday. It looks like it would be a USP, a suspected USPS package. And so at that point, I believe that no this guy's going to get. I'm hoping at this point. He's getting a bullet into him. That's him, saying, I'm hoping at this point, he's getting dope delivered to him. And so Jane's obtains this no knock warrant for Taylor's apartment, and he told the judge when obtaining the warrant that he had confirmed with the postal inspector that Glover was getting packages of Taylor's apartment. This investigation shows us that's not true is actually a neighbouring police department that checked with the postal inspector and the postal inspector said there were no packages sent a tailor's address. One of the interesting things in this report shows the officers from that neighboring police department were shocked when they saw what change and put on that affidavit that led to the search warrant. Okay, that is really interesting. Last week recordings of the grand jury that considered the charges against the officers the charges that eventually led to one officer being indicted. Those recordings says grand jury recordings were released. How does this new report fit into what the grand jury members heard? Rights. That grand jury was brought by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. And he has said that his office sort of started their investigation from scratch rather than relying on this investigation. But the grand jury could hear some of these interviews and the question remains No one of this file. Did they not hear that might have changed their consideration of this case. And just briefly. Are there more investigations coming? Yes, The FBI is still considering how Jane's obtained this warrant, And there's also an internal Louisville police investigation to see if they violated internal agency policy. Eleanor Klibanoff of member station. W F B L in Louisville. Thanks so much, Eleanor. Thank you. This is NPR news. More traffic.

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"detective joshua janes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:01 min | 5 months ago

"detective joshua janes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well King. Good morning. Louisville Metro Police Department yesterday released a long awaited investigative report into Briana Taylor's killing by police. The report attempts to explain why officers were at her door that night. Eleanor Klibanoff is a reporter at member station. W F P L She's been Reading into that report. Good morning, Eleanor. Good morning. So this was an investigation by the Louisville police into the Louisville police. What have you learned that you didn't already know? Great. So my colleagues and I are continuing to get through this massive file. But it looks like this internal investigation shows us a lot about Thie narcotics investigation That led police to Taylor's apartment that night, as well as more details on what happened while they were serving that search warrant that ultimately left Taylor dead. You know, reminder. This happened in the early hours of March, 13th, Louisville Police had a no knock warrant that would have allowed them to enter Taylor's apartment unannounced. And this is for a narcotics investigation targeting Taylor's ex boyfriend, JaMarcus Glover, Taylor's boyfriend fired in what he thought were intruders and struck one officer. The officers fired back and killed Taylor in her hallway. To this investigative report Sort of looks at how police investigated that whole shooting start to finish after it happened And why does this reports say the officers got a no knock warrant for Taylor's home? So the this No knock warrant is sort of the central question in this investigation. In this case and one of things. This internal investigation shows us is that Detective Joshua Janes. Hey, told these investigators that he believed that JaMarcus Glover, Taylor's ex boyfriend was using Taylor's apartment to store money and receive packages. Here's Detective Jane, speaking with investigators in an audio interview released yesterday. It looks like it would be a USP, a suspected USPS package and so in a point, I believe that no this guy's going to get. I'm hoping at this point. He's getting a bullet into him. That's him, saying, I'm hoping at this point, he's getting dope delivered to him. And so Jane's obtains this no knock warrant for Taylor's apartment, and he told the judge when obtaining the warrant that he had confirmed with the postal inspector that Glover was getting packages of Taylor's apartment. But this investigation shows us that's not true is actually a neighbouring police department that checked with the postal inspector. And the Postal inspector said there were no packages sent to Taylor's address. One of the interesting things in this report shows the officers from that neighboring police department were shocked when they saw what James had put on that affidavit that led to the search warrant. Okay, that is really interesting. Last week recordings of the grand jury that considered the charges against the officers the charges that eventually led to one officer being indicted. Those recordings, says grand jury recordings were released. How does this new report fit into what the grand jury members heard? It's that grand jury was brought by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. And he has said that his office sort of started their investigation from scratch rather than relying on this investigation. But the Granger did hear some of these interviews, and the question remains No one of this file, did they not hear that might have changed their consideration of this case. And just briefly. Are there more investigations coming? Yes, The FBI is still considering how Jane's obtained this warrant, And there's also an internal Louisville police investigation to see if they violated internal agency policy. Eleanor Klibanoff of member station. W F B L in Louisville. Thanks so much, Eleanor. Thank you. This is NPR news. Whether it's a crash.

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"detective joshua janes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:43 min | 5 months ago

"detective joshua janes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"55 degrees right now in New York City may be a light jacket needed this morning, but we're expecting sunshine today on an afternoon high of 65 degrees. Tonight, alot around 50. And then tomorrow, Sonny once again with a high of 68. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well King. Good morning. Louisville Metro Police Department yesterday released a long awaited investigative report into Briana Taylor's killing by police. The report attempts to explain why officers were at her door that night. Eleanor Klibanoff is a reporter at member station. W F P L She's been Reading into that report. Good morning, Eleanor. Good morning. So this was an investigation by the Louisville police into the Louisville police. What have you learned that you didn't already know? Great. So my colleagues and I are continuing to get through this massive file. But it looks like this internal investigation shows us a lot about Thie narcotics investigation That led police to Taylor's apartment that night, as well as more details on what happened while they were serving that search warrant that ultimately left Taylor dead. You know, reminder. This happened in the early hours of March 13th. Louisville Police had a no knock warrant that would have allowed them to enter Taylor's apartment unannounced and this is for a narcotics investigation targeting Taylor's ex boyfriend, JaMarcus Glover. Taylor's boyfriend fired in what he thought were intruders and struck one officer. The officers fired back and killed Taylor in her hallway. So this investigative reports sort of looks at how police investigated that whole shooting start to finish after it happened, And why does this report say the officers got a no knock warrant for Taylor's home? So the this No knock warrant is sort of the central question in this investigation. In this case and one of things. This internal investigation shows us is that Detective Joshua Janes. Hey, told these investigators that he believed that JaMarcus Glover, Taylor's ex boyfriend was using Taylor's apartment to store money and receive packages. Here's Detective Jane, speaking with investigators in an audio interview released yesterday. It looks like it would be a USPS suspected USPS package. And so at that point I believe that no, this guy's going to get. I'm hoping at this point, he's getting closer to him. That's him, saying, I'm hoping at this point, he's getting dope delivered to him. And so Jane's obtains this no knock warrant for Taylor's apartment, and he told the judge when obtaining the warrant that he had confirmed with the postal inspector that Glover was getting packages of Taylor's apartment. This investigation shows us that's not true is actually a neighbouring Police department to check with the postal inspector and the postal inspector said there were no packages sent to Taylor's address. One of the interesting things in this report shows the officers from that neighboring police department were shocked when they saw what jeans and put on that affidavit that led to the search warrant. Okay, that is really interesting. Last week recordings of the grand jury that considered the charges against the officers the charges that eventually led to one officer being indicted. Those recordings says grand jury recordings were released. How does this new report fit into what the grand jury members heard? Rights. That grand jury was brought by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. And he has said that his office sort of started their investigation from scratch rather than relying on this investigation. But the Granger did hear some of these interviews and the question remains. You know what of this file? Did they not hear that might have changed their consideration of this case? And just briefly. Are there more investigations coming? Yes, The FBI is still considering how Jane's obtained this warrant, And there's also an internal Louisville police investigation to see if they violated internal agency policy. Eleanor Klibanoff of member station. W F B L in Louisville. Thanks so much, Eleanor. Thank you. This is NPR news. And you're listening to morning edition here on W one might see coming up. Next. We speak with the inventor of the Rubik's Cube and still ahead will have a recap of last night's vice.

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"detective joshua janes" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:38 min | 6 months ago

"detective joshua janes" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"They have to prove several things to prove that these officers should go to jail one. They'd have to show that Damore ten fraudulently to have had to show the officers were aware that the warrant was obtained fraudulently. Police Department protocol allows the use of lethal force when offers officers feel threatened. Even if they had valid, no not improperly announced themselves blazing away theoretically be an excessive use of force. But when somebody is firing at you that sort of changes the math a little bit. So in other words, it's going to be nearly impossible to reach conviction in the Briana Taylor case and somebody's firing at you from inside an apartment where you have a warrant a justly based warrant. How do you make the case that the police officers ought to go to jail? That is called a tragedy is not necessarily called the crime he will. Now it turns out there are new details. Now, their new tales, new details that are being largely ignored by the national media they're being covered locally. According to the Courier Journal the Louisville Courier Journal. Apparently. There's a new report, three, nine page report and details significant ties between Brianna Taylor and the alleged drug dealer. So this is only relevant not relevant her being shot it is relevant whether they properly obtained the warrants. If it turns out, there was significant evidence. The Briana Taylor was part of a drug distribution network. Then it would make sense that they had a no knock warrant for her apartment. So again, you have to fill three steps to convict the Briana Taylor officers one, you have to claim that the arrest warrant was fraudulent to the officers news fraudulent three they then went in guns blazing to shoot somebody. All three of these are going to be found false doesn't matter. The narrative has already been set. According to the Courier Journal an internal report written by Louisville Metro police after officers fatally shot Brianna Taylor on March thirteenth sheds more light on the reasons why they chose you forcibly under her southend apartment the night she was killed. The thirty nine page report and corroborating evidence show Taylor had more extensive ties than previously made public with an accused drug trafficker who's at the center of a larger, narcotics operation. In. Louisville. Apparently according to the report corroborated by jail phone recordings and other documents obtained by the career journal detail multiple links between Taylor and Jamarcus. Glover of Louisville a main target in a drug probe that prompted police to request the search warrant for Taylor's department. Plainclothes officers at night battery her door searching for drugs analysts cash none were found. Glover was arrested the same night as Taylor's shooting his picked up at an alleged drug house ten miles to the North in Louisville's west end. and. So it is unclear whether prosecution should take place here of the authors it is certainly not clear its arrest warrant and the end the warrant that was out for opening up the apartment the no knock warrant was improperly based. Then, of course, the mayor contend release of the report because only one side of the information can get out. When you're condemning information for being dropped as generally indicated that you don't like the information that is being dropped. Apparently, the Career Journal reported that a sworn affidavit affidavit from the Louisville Metro Police Department detective Joshua Janes said Glover who is the boyfriend was seen walking into Taylor's apartment one January afternoon and left hit with a suspected USPS packaging his right hand and then drove to a known drug house. I'm Muhammad Ali Boulevard Chain said he verified through US Postal Inspector Glover had been receiving packages at Taylor's address. As the police report reviewed by the Career Journal goes beyond the information in the affidavit details evidence into police surveillance. So Taylor Glover, as well as recorded phone conversations from the jail involving the two of them. Hey. So again, these are new details. The probably will not see a lot in the national media because of the narrative has been set that the police officers did something deeply wrong and not only wrong racist. The they're the only way you can explain the consistent pattern of the media refusing to cover in the national press. The details of these cases before allowing the jump to the conclusion that the police are systemically racist is because they have an agenda, America's systemically racist remove the cops. And Give Democrats power, and all this will go away. Amazing. Okay so As I say none of this makes for a better America none of it. If. You can name something that has gotten better in America over the last several months since the George Floyd killing then I'm willing to hear it but have yet to hear a single thing one like a thing that has gotten better. We've been told that America's getting better day by day because of the Bela Movement I'm waiting to see evidence that this is the case I've not seen any evidence that this is the case in fact, in fact, most Americans have gone back to the prior opinions of what they thought the state of the state of the state of play was before. Really gain national prominence again after the George. Floyd death. In so all of this was the backdrop for the NC last night on the RNC. Last night was sort of kind and friendly RNC last night. In fact, the RNC actually opened with a prayer for Jacob Blake as well as the police was the beginning of the RNC night to. quit invite you to.

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