18 Burst results for "Dirk Chauvin"

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:48 min | 4 d ago

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Hi thank you again. I was cut off from my app. That was a welcome back. I i think. I wanted to remind everyone about what happened in nineteen eighteen after four one. Where the the it was. The lie was spread by hitler's people that in fact the military didn't lose the war. They were sold out politician. That's what happens when a political party searchlights ally that's powerful and that's what scares me to death right now. Well ken thank you much for the call. We're glad you made it back. Eight seven seven three zero one eighty nine eight nine seven. The analogy is obviously a demagogue coming to power. That's you know she and the and the and the not believing in front of your eyes Message which trump has delivered quite effectively. We don't thinking as you said that her as ken was saying what he said is remember part of the closing argument by the prosecution one of the prosecutors and the george and the dirk chauvin case couple of weeks ago. Believe your eyes. Believe what you saw. I mean believe your eyes believe your ears. Chuck mentioned half ingest and. I hope people know we weren't kidding. One of the guys who is leading this audit as i think they call it of the results in arizona and as you pointed out before the show we were talking about even if the quote overturned the election. Which they can't do. I mean the results in arizona Joe biden is still the president. I'd states and of course donald trump's position as you do arizona then reverse georgia than whatever it is that kind of thing. They are literally sing. We're looking for bamboo fibers in all the ballots. Because that will prove that the paper on which the ballots were printed was made in asia which will affirm the argument. That forty thousand ballots for joe biden. Were smuggled in from asia which was obviously more than his margin of victory. You know five years ago. If i said by the way marjorie. There's going to be a party in this country that it's going to be looking for. Bamboo fibres on ballots. So they can prove that. Some asian something Some country or some entity of voted for the other. You'd say jim. It's lasts five years ago i would say america will never elect a man who had to pay twenty five million dollar fine for starting a university. That was a scam. That scammed people would not a lot of money..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"And i've never been more acutely aware that i have two very different size nostrils in my whole life and the thing is madison at your face. For at least. I think an hour or two every single day on zoom. I have never noticed. You're showing your nostrils now on zoom. And i swear to god i cannot see it. I was struck by how many of those videos. I felt like they were the only thing on my for you page this week. Which given the verdict in the dirk. Chauvin george floyd trial and just the the news throughout the country. This week i was really surprised not to be seeing more political stuff in my for you page. Oh yeah. I mean this again another review. I'm glad i didn't have tiktok as a teen because the way that app will shadow banned content. Which sounds like like. I'm part of the intellectual dark web but i swear to god i'm not and it's just objectively true that tiktok will just straight up remove or not show content which is what shadow banning is where they don't technically not allow you to post but they won't show it in like the algorithm or something so you're not removed from the app but you were removed from against public. Consumption is basically the concept behind shadow banning and at some point in the lead up to the George floyd derek. Chauvin verdict on tuesday. They had gotten rid of the abolished. Police hashtag when you got hashtags on a video. They are kind of white bolted to show you that you can click on them and see other videos like that and then for a while in the lead up to the Verdict you couldn't click on abolish police. It was just kind of their which happens with hashtags that are not permits blunt. Top was usually has to do with like sexual content. I actually reached out to tiktok to ask what was up and a spokesperson told me that the specific hashtag abolish. The police was taken down in error an error. Like that mean. I to source jazz. Took it off someone to should have been taken off. Someone took it off and there was a decision that was reviewed and they were like fucked up like what is an error mean. The bought did it. What's going on yeah. I still have many questions. But i was told that it wasn't error and that other abolish hashtags remained up as to tuesday night after the derek chauvin guilty verdict what you were describing as content suppression. What's sometimes users will describe..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

02:47 min | 2 weeks ago

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Of that on here. I did. And it's fact okay first of all. Okay here's the thing this at apple to derek chauvin. All i was trying to nine. Dirk chauvin is. You're just trying to fucking monster. I was the honestly. you're right. Aaron trying to lighten the mood. I was trying to lighten the mood. But maybe the move doesn't need to be lightened. Okay and listen. The there's this thing. I watched god it whereas it i sent it to myself. It was a film. Nawar thing about emily and paris. Yeah i was watching this film. Nawar thing oh my god by this. I'm not going to say their name. Because i feel like they should be appreciated but i just don't have the necessary communist to deal with them but there's these two people who do versus these do in person towards cool stuff around l. a. And they started doing. Virtually and i was and it was all about film to war in l. a. which is basically developed in l. a. by people who had gone to war in world war two and we're filming things in war like soldiers who were like part of the news corps and learned about cinema. Verite no. I don't remember what it's called the like an italian a rising italian film style and they adapted it and turn it into film noir. I don't know. I don't remember all the details because it got so mired brace and the tange and i know we go on tangents but this is a list. People literally cannot make point. It was like half sentences frankenstein together and then at the end. You're like i think i got it like. They went from film award to an ending to about somehow. They went from film noir to our to talking about an abandoned animal sanctuary. That wasn't an animal. Sanctuary is basically a thing in the forties. Were they were like look. We captured all these lions. Don't you want to look at them and watch them suffer in this fucking schreyer. They shouldn't be in how they connected it. I don't know because i had to come. Keep coming in and out. Because i was having a really hard time following but one of the things that they talked about which i thought was. Oh here. it is okay. One of the things that they talked about was poisoned firewater. And yes my holy trinity. These are the three ways traditionally that women and new wars murder. Because it's kind of sexism in a way. Those are the only things they can get their hands on because they weren't allowed access to like. Yeah by right yes exactly yeah And all of those are.

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Judge peter kay hill reference statements towards the end of the proceedings made by representative maxine waters while she attended protests over the weekend. suggesting that that might create the possibility of an appeal. President biden also talked about how he was praying for quote the right verdict and quote before a verdict had been delivered Do those things create grounds for an appeal. I think the The the defense was certainly argue. That but it's interesting. I wondered if it was a symbolic moment for the judge. He announced that he was displeased. With that that it could provide a basis for appeal. But he didn't take the next step and the next step might have been for example to poll the jury. You have to be careful about how you do that. But presumably at the beginning of every day he said to people if you have read seen or heard anything about this case You know then you should come forward This happened while they were mid trial so presumably they have access to. Tv's so i wondered if he said that because he was you know expressing his displeasure That's could try to end the trial but then he really didn't take it seriously because he didn't do anything to suggest that he was gonna find out and actually heard it. I also have to admit that in universe of comments Certainly representative waters comments. Seemed you know hardly hardly substantial here You know saying we have to be more. Confrontational is not saying. Let's burn down buildings if the verdict goes in the wrong direction You know that. I i just. I thought that as i said. I think that he was being annoyed. But not necessarily that. This is a real ground for appeal. If anything when i stand back and look at the ruling in the case i thought that he's rulings. Were enormously pro defense And you know for example like allowing in evidence of george floyd earlier arrest and his reaction to being arrested. That was a discretionary decision. He could well have gone in the other direction but having done that that that was a very pro defense ruling because it really caricatured the victim in this case. So kimberly and i know you're going to stay with us after the break as we widen this conversation from the legal dimension but briefly this idea that that this is a moment of accountability. But not yet a moment of justice. What is the next step towards justice in the courts at the sentencing. In this case. Yes it is a sentence that will take place in two months dirk. Chauvin can get up to forty years in prison. I think something shorter than that will be seen as an injustice And certainly any attempts at an appeal. I agree with judge gertner. There was no reversible. Error there ensuring that that That that conviction sticks. But i think it's important to underscore even legally when you're talking about laws that can be changed As well as rules within policing this verdict is a small small part of what justice looks like it. It in itself is not bringing the closer to the american public that they are seeking and judge. Gertner last question to you. What are you looking for expecting thinking about from sentencing. There's any chance that that Chauvin we'll get anything near to maximum sentence which is forty years. minnesota is a sentencing guidelines. State there are enforceable sentencing guidelines the range for the things of which he was convicted or maybe ten and a half to fifteen years. The judge can go over that if the judge makes findings that for example george floyd was was particularly vulnerable that the crime was done with particular cruelty or that it was done in the presence of children and he could go over that..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"It's that that rescue within refuge here and one of the things that you watch some of the footage yesterday you definitely saw folks gather whether it was george bush family or whether it was l. Shocked everybody did a moment of gathering and praying and and giving. Thanks so one of the things you do here is that you you will be not 'cause there's emotional. You just feel emotionally drained. Even even though this turned out to be good. And i have to just say this. Put this little dig in here. I thought it was gonna turn out good because it pat robinson woke up demographic group okay is beginning to wake up but also i need to say this also helped here because i did worry when i spoke on monday. That was just going to be another rodney king situation. But the interesting thing about this moment and you talked about it marjorie. It was a young jury and a lot to do with with how that killing in real time and pack them and how they see black and white issues in this country played out in such a way but very different been their grandparents and may even their parents well. Several of them were also in their forties. Which i thought was really interesting because they are the same age as george floyd also dirk chauvin but in two of them are immigrants from different countries. Which i which. I thought was fascinating as well. So we've been asking people all morning how they see this in the in the context of things i mean you mentioned rodney king. Nine hundred ninety one beaten repeatedly by the l. a. cops and they were not they were not criminally charged with. They do not pay any price for that. Is this just resigned. Hall from the aclu low hanging fruit. Because you had danila frazier's nine nine plus minute video that was undeniable and you had every police officer took the stand criticizing chauvin or is this something more. What do you think yeah. I mean this. This was a rosa parks..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

06:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"To that yeah. I don't think he'll actually go through. I do not understand. Why a movie starring academy award winning movie star would want slum politician well such a better than being to look our reagan kama rolls donald tesla hollywood but added. But on the next thing you know. He's guys president. But why would you want to subject yourself to that power. People are power hungry. You think matthew mcconaughey is power. Hungry can help. yeah. I think he ends up. Not running i. I don't think the rock winds up running for president. I think all this stuff is fun to talk about. But i don't think it's going to happen. It's to you why shington the state of washington has passed a bill banning the sale of new gas powered cars in the state beginning in twenty thirty. That's five years earlier than california and massachusetts meaning washington's ban will now kick in the soonest of any state at the moment right applies to the registration of any vehicle model twenty thirty or newer so importing a new gas powered car. Sold in other states won't be permitted either right so it got me to think. Would it be smart if you and i lived in washington state to invest in gas stations. Right now on one hand gas powered cars will be gone in twenty years but on the other hand. Nobody's going to build new gas stations right right. A lot of people won't be getting rid of of their traditional gas powered cars. So they're going to need gas stations. Would it be smart to own one of the few places. They could go to buy gas well. Wouldn't you be smarter to build a place where they just have a ton of charging stations. So you could do both. But i'm just saying is it is there. Will there become a priority on gas. It's clearly going to be dying business right. You can't make money in the short term. So yeah i would say. Gas is lucrative thinking a lot of money in the short term but it is a dying business. It is going to go away and i would make sure to have a whole bunch of charging stations at my gas station to to be able to make that transition but yeah for the short term i would invest in gas because everybody needs for the moment right and i would meet it. Pass twenty thirty because just because you can't buy a new car in two thousand twenty. The last i had my navigator for sixteen years so if i were to if i bought a new navigator now i kept it for sixteen years at your next car being electric vehicle. I you know my lease is up this summer. And so i got you know like an electric version of everything though. Yeah yeah. I don't know i gotta talk to my guy matt unger or your guy john patterson and figure out what's new. What's next now. I gotta make a decision in the next few months. It's to me in an interview with sports. Illustrated's michael rosenberg. Did you do this. Story number one draft. Pick trevor lawrence. I don't play that. He doesn't play football so in sports illustrated. This is what trevor lawrence says. He says it's hard to explain. Because i want people to know that. I'm passionate about what i do and it's really important to me but i don't have this huge chip on my shoulder that everybody's out to get me and i'm trying to prove everybody wrong. I just don't have that. I can't manufacture that too. So he was immediately criticized for showing a lack of competitiveness. Since making that statement. Trevor lawrence has backtracked he. He sent out several tweets. he says. I am internally motivated. I love football as much or more than anyone. It is a huge priority in my life. Obviously i am driven to be the best. I can be into maximize my potential and to win. I am secure in who. I am what i believe. I don't need football to make me feel worthy as a person purely love the game so when you take all of that both what. He originally said to sports illustrated and how he responded to the controversy. What does it say about. Trevor lawrence is competitiveness as a chip on his. Yeah it's not good. I've just trying to determine if it's necessarily bad you know if it's something that i think is talent is so good that he's going to be the first pick no matter what. Oh no question but do you think it's a big deal or a little deal that he doesn't sound very competitive. I might be a little deal. I don't know what do you think. Well i think the most important. He's got unbelievable raw skills and we saw what he was able to do at clemson. But i think ultimately when you get to the nfl level in your sort of in that that that fire that exists. You've got to be willing to do the work. You've got to be completely self possessed you look at tom. Brady has been all in on this thing for twenty twenty plus years and that's the reason why is the best whether he is driven to be. The best is a question. But i think the most important thing when taken a quarterback is to know their makeup. How are they going to be as a leader. How are they going to be as a guy who studies film. Does the work this suggests. And by the way i don't disagree with them. I am secure in who. I am nothing wrong with that. I don't need football to make me worthy as person why i think that's true. Really love the game. I don't think it's necessarily a huge deal. Let's see you know there's one guy. I in in my history of covering the nba. There's one guy who just came across it just like basketball you could tell you no interest in it. It was michael candy. The number one pick. Who is the number one. Pick in the whole draft after spending some time with them. You could tell it you know. He just didn't love the game very much he just didn't really care. And that turned out to be a flop so i hope trevor lawrence doesn't have that gene in 'em but i don't necessarily think because he's not living and dying with every snap he's not going to be successful and i and i think that is it. Okay dirk chauvin this justice derek. Chauvin the police officer in minneapolis has been found guilty on all three counts. In the george floyd death case He was charged. he was found guilty. Second degree unintentional murder. Second degree manslaughter. Third degree murder means causing death by an imminently dangerous. Act showing a depraved mind. So derek chauvin found guilty by those twelve jurors in the state of minnesota. Today i on next for you. Oh i've i. I got to remind everybody fast. Track is presented by our friends at puente hills. Toyota got a car. That's just sitting around. Not being used bring it into puente hills toyota today for an instant cash offer..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

06:33 min | Last month

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"But what is that chris. royal is never had. Hey ramona where are you. I was told you're not security. I'm waiting security. So i'm on my comrex until i can get up. The elevator woman of your stature cannot get past security madge. But apparently with heightened photocalls here is the first time. I've been back to the studio but i had to run across them around the horn. So your badge worked at tv but it doesn't work at radia have your credential see credential. You see if if it was mason. Or michael ramona. You could just walk right in anywhere now. Politics feels that is that it's he's got to do his job. So it's okay but it's but michael would say that his job would be just let anyone in that he recognized so so we'll see how it goes Remote is information and we have breaking news. Ramona taping over on tv but there is something happening in minnesota that everybody needs to know about in the last twenty minutes. There has been an nba game in nhl game and a major league baseball game. All cancelled in the minneapolis. Saint paul area and it's all because of another shooting over the weekend and ramona elevator and come on up explains the the video is incredibly disturbing and coming off the heels of the same place where george floyd died. All these sports officials are airing on the side of caution. The mayor of minneapolis has issued a curfew to get everybody off the street so sports teams are following the lead of the mayor. There was a young man named dante right. Who was pulled over for a traffic stop. He got scared. He got into his car and tried to get away after the police pulled him over and the police shot him and the police department released. The video unedited. You can see it all play out They are obviously concerned. That on the heels of what happened with george floyd. There could be a lot of trouble tonight in minnesota which is why they've put a curfew out and i can't remember who said it but i believe it was a pitcher for the nationals right during the pandemic when the nba shutdown that said sports are reward for a functioning society and clearly things are not functioning in minneapolis and so now as a result of that all of these sports leagues are on hold. Ironically brooklyn who. The lakers beat saturday night in brooklyn had flown to minnesota usa today and were scheduled to play at the target center. Tonight it was supposed to be nets. T. wolves tonight but now that game will not happen. The baseball game won't happen. The hockey game one happened and ramon. I'm never sure exactly what to say about these things other than i think. Airing on the side of caution. Probably smart. you're right. John and honestly what what happened. And that's actually what we were waiting for as we're taping around the horn was are they going to cancel all the games and i think that when everybody you know came up from the situation and they thought about this you have to just respect who everything involved right now. The derek chauvin trials going on in minneapolis rate. The verdict was become down and for some way dirk. Chauvin was not convicted. And then on the heels of this dante. Right tape on the heels of the george floyd tape you're dealing with a powder keg. Yeah you have to just be. It's never going to hurt you to take a breath. Okay we always say that about much. Lesser things right. Like when you wanna fire off an angry tweet when you want. It is what's interesting. Though is in our society you should be a very rare thing for a sporting event to get cancelled. Remember in baltimore. After freddie gray incident they played it actually the orioles played. They just said noah fant so they still played the baseball game. And you know in the nfl. Like one of the worst decisions. I think to play a game. It was two days after. jfk was murdered. Remember that fascinating they paid. Nfl before he did said it was his greatest regret that they went ahead and played those games. And i ramona. They you know when when you said they were considering canceling all the games. You know that we have a laker game tonight on our air. Nba games. i mean all the games in minneapolis. Tonight i think one of the things like the information is still coming out on that on that shooting. I mean the team on. Yeah they the police chief came on and said the officer has said that she meant to fire the taser and grabbed the gun instead in the bodycam footage backs it up but it doesn't change the fact that a twenty year old is dead and that's terrible and it's a terrible tragedy for a city that still reeling from the tragedies over the summer The tragedy george floyd and then all the people who protested for for weeks and months and lost their lives there too. I mean this is. This is a city that it reminds me a little of la after the riots. You have to you know we. Can't they cancelled laker games. Then remember the canceled. Playoff games right. Well here's another thing you know the. Nba was incredibly proactive. Remember when that shooting happened in kenosha wisconsin. And you know the the milwaukee bucks just wouldn't take the floor for a playoff game and then everybody else felt like they had to get the back of the bucks and they basically shut down the league for two days. I think that if the nba had not cancelled this game this brooklyn at minnesota game and the wolves would have taken it upon themselves not to play That the then. You have a chain-reaction situation like you had in the bubble. Yeah you put the other players into a situation where they feel like they.

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:02 min | Last month

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"I think that that was that was a big pivotal moment as well when you had all of the medical experts come up in agree unanimously. Scape is interesting to note that. But what i talked to people there really well-versed in this case and they say that while the knee on the neck is the attention grabber. It's something that even lots of officers can look at it and say well that's wrong. That was wrong that he did that. And that's certainly one of the main reasons why this trial while while this case got a lot of attention around the country but what i also look at the number of other experts. Also look at as well. He's not just the knee on the neck. But the knee. On the back of george floyd and the continued keeping of george floyd promo position while handcuffed. And that is key this if you place all of the focus on the neon the net you'll lose the idea as to why a lot of people believe these people die. It's not because of the neon. The next solely is because of the prolonged prone restraint and continued pressure on the back of george floyd talking with chris van veen director of reporting four nine news. Chris when we witnessed this trial i started. I thought that this was a little bit open and shut case You disagree with me saying that. You know it's tough to convict a police officer With the situation like this. Where do you stand today after a couple of weeks of this trial going on i still. I'm very interested to see how the jury sort of react to a lot of this information. You there's a lot of information coming at them. And some of that is sort of counterintuitive. And i think. I've spent the last years of my life really looking into this insert a- immersing myself a science the science at some point is sometimes complicated. I don't think this is an open and shut case. I think the because it's a police officer involved. The public in general is more likely than not to give some grace to officers under these circumstances. Whether that's justified or not you can have that discussion but it's just reality. It's difficult for prosecutors to get a conviction on a police officer that being said the evidence so far from the prosecution has been that the actions of those officers the minds of the prosecution the f the the actions of those officers particular dirk chauvin was instrumental. But it's very likely a leading cause of the death of george floyd and that would make it a across. Well when you talk about those officers who you know we focus on derek chauvin. Here are those other officers. Are they going to be standing trial. Are there charges being pressed against them as well. There is okay. I thought that was the case but but just wanted to double check their talking with chris. Van and director of reporting four nine news so chris. What's the timeline of this trial. Where it where we sitting at at the halfway point..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

03:59 min | Last month

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Front Burner

"Bryant was there another moment that stood out to you from the expert witnesses that we heard from this last week on questions around wtn's training and his behavior there some expert testimony think. Which was i think. The prosecution felt was effective in. One of those was a witness. Lieutenant richard zimmermann. He's the most senior member of the minneapolis police department. He's been on the force since one thousand nine hundred five now. There was some notice that zimmerman was pretty candid about assessing The force that chauvin us as being totally unnecessary and that he felt like there was no justification for him keeping his knee on. George floyd's neck for that long. What is your Your view of that use of force during that time totally unnecessary. What do you mean well first of all pulling him down to the ground face down and putting your neon knack for that amount of That amount of time is just uncalled for. I saw no reason why the officers felt they were in danger if that's what they felt And that's what they would have to feel to be able to use that kind of force now. Zimmerman was one of fourteen high ranking officers. Who last year signed and a letter saying that they felt like show. Wtn's actions were not justified in that he chauvin does not represent the minneapolis. Police departments values and ethics. So zimmerman is known for being someone who speaks his mind and is not afraid to break what some have called that blue wall of silence so in your opinion showed that restraint have stopped once he was handcuffed and prone on the ground absolutely and then i understand on a thursday. We started to hear more from medical experts around the actual cause of death. And can you tell me very briefly what happened there so the state called a witness. Dr martin tobin who is a pulmonologist From chicago and dr tobin's testimony went rate to the state's case that the actions that chauvin took were directly responsible for george floyd death he said george floyd died from lack of oxygen and he said that lack of lack of oxygen came about because he couldn't get enough breath into his body to to form to function normally in he was not able to get enough breath body because of the pressure that was being placed on him by showings knee on his neck on his back. about floyd being handcuffed face down on the pavement in. He went into basically graphic detail. About how george. Floyd began to die when dirk chauvin was was kneeling on him. He detailed the time. Exact time when george floyd took his last last breath and he detailed the exact down to the second when george floyd appeared to expire and so that type of testimony i think is gonna be very powerful to jurors. They're actually win. This man died and it's under the knee of derek chauvin. it's not. He did not die in the ambulance. He did not die at H gmc medical center. He died under shovels knee. And that's something.

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

06:43 min | Last month

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Front Burner

"I wanna talk to you a little bit about how the defense approached these really powerful testimonies and speaking of williams i think we did get some insight into their approach particularly when they cross examined him. Can you can you talk to me a little bit about what the defense was trying to do with this witness and with the bystanders. More generally so the there are a couple different things that the defense was trying to do. It seemed like with the bystanders number. One eric nelson the defense attorney would continually point out that the bystanders could not see everything that was going on behind the officers behind the squad. Car and nelson intimated that there were other things going on that gave the officers. This sense of foreboding of that there was perhaps some imminent danger to them and that they They acted accordingly based on their training as officers to recognize when things might start to get out of hand. Now the other thing that that i think nelson tried to play up as well was that if they had their situations when somebody may be in custody and they may be struggling and then they stopped struggling and if they let up that this person could could jump up in nba threat. Not only to Themselves in the officers but people in the crowd You know they were along a busy street. I think nelson tried to frame this as being a safety issue as well for george floyd that if had they let off of him that he could have gotten up and run into traffic since there were cars passing by the area Now when it came to the donald williams testimony there were. I heard this a lot from from folks who commented on what they saw during the during the trial they felt like eric nelson was trying to kind of paint donald williams as an angry black man and down williams itself seem to recognize this on the stand and said you can't paint me as being angry so again sir. It's fair to say that you grew angrier and angrier professional professional. I stayed in my body campaign. You ought to be angry. So i think that came across as being a strategy by the defense to make don william sound like. Oh it ain't minute. He could have hurt these officers. And so what what would be the the point of that. Why is the defense so interested in whether or not the by standards are hostile. What does that have to do with what happened to george. Floyd what he's trying to do is like in his opening statement. Eric nelson said. You know i'm going to show you that Dirk chauvin was acting. According to his training he was not a rogue officer. He was not a bad apple in the department. This is how officers are trained to react. So i think he's trying to take away that angle and also he's trying to take away an it hasn't come up yet. I imagine once he presents his defense. You'll hear more about this. But of course you heard in his opening statement saying george. Floyd had drugs in his system. That was more responsible for his death than the actions of have derek chauvin. So i think the crowd is just all part of you know that had maybe maybe he is trying to say that if that crowded not so hostile chauvin would've gotten off a floyd earlier in gotten him to a into an ambulance. Put him in the back of a car and they could have taken them to the hospital and treated him maybe to that effect he hasn't said so much but perhaps he's Maybe that's what you're thinking of right right and speaking of The fact that george floyd had drugs in his system perhaps in anticipation of the defensive strategy. Here we also heard testimony. From floyd's girlfriend courtney ross shocked about how they met at a salvation army shelter. He worked security there and she was in the lobby waiting to speak with her son's father. Floyd came to me for it. Has this great deep. Southern boyd's raspy this gracie's and i wasn't okay. I'm just waiting for my son's father. Can i pray with you. She openly talked about the opioid addiction. That she george floyd dealt with wrote their relationship and by putting her up on the stand and addressing this So quickly in the trial. What do you think the prosecution strategy was here so i think that was a strategy basically to get out in front of right away. I mean they knew floyd's drug use who's going to be a part of the trial and they have the opportunity to go first. So i think that was their strategy was to basically get out in front of it and say yes he did have a drug problem And his girlfriend was on the stand to help humanize him and show that like a lot of other people he got into a an opioid addiction from having chronic pain. He like many people was prescribed painkillers and he got hooked on them and that happens to a lot of people both our our our story. It's it's a classic story of how many people get addicted to operate. We both suffered from chronic pain. Mine was in my neck and his was in his back. we both have prescription. But after prescriptions that were failed and we we got addicted and and try really hard to break that addiction many times and she showed that he was had times when he was not using drugs and sometimes when he was and i think her testimony was also Probably meant to touch jurors in a way to show them again. Since these people only seen george floyd as a dead man she was put on the stand to show what he was like as a live person.

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

03:10 min | Last month

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"With george floyd derek. Chauvin may have Maybe something that was really really eye opening. That people really are going to have to take into consideration When and if things happen When and if the situation goes bad so just a couple more people hello cap. Hello donald thank you so much for tuning in Michelle says i guess can try to call the police on the police in and if you've been watching if anyone who has been watching the trial we know that people have been People did call the police. I think there was one m a. ours Or martial artist Who said you know. He's wanted to call. the police. were numerous people who had called the police on the police. And even when i was working people all the time we call the police on us and we were like listening. We're outside obviously. Just not a laughing joking manner but people do it all the time so this. It's not it's not out of the realm of possibility or on an honor the realm of nor normalcy. What people call the police on us and because they think that that That we were doing something that was illegitimate and obviously ron and certainly in this particular case we understand that that they're they're crowds Reservations the crowds instincts. The crowds What they're witnessing Was spot on in. It's such a terrible shame that in this particular situation That things turned out the way that they did. You know this is all something that was all all dirk. Chauvin are doing chris. Casey says i've given this a lot of thought. And as a paramedic. I would like to think that i would intervened and taken taken an interfering punch. I think that a lot of people. I think a lot of people would have a are feeling the same way chris that you know this guy was such a jerk and we'll talk about this in a little bit. I did make notes notaire when it kind of go through a progression here what we've seen so far in a trial But yeah. I absolutely agree with you. You know The amount of people. Let's just keep with last week. What happened last week. The amount of people who wanted to intervene including an off duty firefighter Who kept saying take his pulse. Take his pulse. Take his pulse. Let me go on and take his pulse And so you know it's really. This is such a tragic circumstance for beginning to end from out from citizens who are who are seeing something seeing something right before their eyes and the very people who are supposed to be sworn into protect to serve and to protect our failing them at an alarming level in preventing them from from stepping in So yeah after three to six minutes brain death could be occurring. Absolutely chris absolutely So i read over little bit of the doctor's testimony. I you know like most the people. I'm in and out having things to do. It can't sit there and watch you know eight nine hours of trial all day but i did read I think usa today where the The attending physician at the autopsy. Not the autopsy at the at the At the emergency room where he was saying that you know his In his brain..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

05:00 min | Last month

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Guilt phase of the derek. Chauvin murder trial has begun with opening statements. Giving us a clear picture of the strategies of the prosecution and defense court tv michael. I iowa joins me to break down what we've learned this is the court. Tv podcast with vinnie. Paz vinnie paul. And welcome to the court. Tv podcast thank you so much for downloading and listening and we are in the middle of the big one minnesota vs derek chauvin. The man accused of murdering. George floyd and this is a case taken on a life of its own. We know the impact. That the death of george floyd has had will now. It's time to figure out what it all means. Inside a courtroom as our system of justice takes a look at it and a jury of twelve people will decide whether or not dirk chauvin murdered. George floyd and court tv of course giving you gavel to gavel coverage of this so in this podcast really wanted take a deep dive into the opening statements because opening statements are really the roadmap for the entire trial. This is where the attorneys for both sides will lay out what they believe. The evidence will show in the case and we got a few surprises during opening statements and got a feel and a flavor for who the attorneys are. That will be trying. This case will be the voice for either side with me. Is court tv anchor. Michael i ala michael. I wanna start off. We're going to focus here on the prosecution but before we get to that i just want your overall take of both sides. The way i saw it was prosecutors came in they were polished. They were professional but not over the top in terms of passionate then. The defense came in and there wasn't quite as much polish. Not so many bells and whistles and even less passion. So what was your take of what you heard in those opening statements. I think i think you hit the nail on the head there vinnie. I think the prosecution came in very very prepared. They had a presentation a powerpoint presentation. That was extremely. Well done set out. The time line was very clear that they had a sense of where the defense was when go and they kicked off all the arguments they will go into make and made their own arguments putting into the mind of jurors the arguments that they were going to make. I thought they did a great job of what i call your ones things like He did not let up. He did not get up things like that. That will stay in the jurors minds as they continue throughout this case Excessive force is assault Things like that. That would give something..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

02:24 min | Last month

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"We are in the middle of the big one minnesota vs derek chauvin. The man accused of murdering. George floyd and this is a case taken on a life of its own. We know the impact. That the death of george floyd has had will now. It's time to figure out what it all means. Inside a courtroom as our system of justice takes a look at it and a jury of twelve people will decide whether or not dirk chauvin murdered. George floyd and court tv of course giving you gavel to gavel coverage of this so in this podcast really wanted take a deep dive into the opening statements because opening statements are really the roadmap for the entire trial. This is where the attorneys for both sides will lay out what they believe. The evidence will show in the case and we got a few surprises during opening statements and got a feel and a flavor for who the attorneys are. That will be trying. This case will be the voice for either side with me. Is court tv anchor. Michael i ala michael. I wanna start off. We're going to focus here on the prosecution but before we get to that i just want your overall take of both sides. The way i saw it was prosecutors came in they were polished. They were professional but not over the top in terms of passionate then. The defense came in and there wasn't quite as much polish. Not so many bells and whistles and even less passion. So what was your take of what you heard in those opening statements. I think i think you hit the nail on the head there vinnie. I think the prosecution came in very very prepared. They had a presentation a powerpoint presentation. That was extremely. Well done set out. The time line was very clear that they had a sense of where the defense was when go and they kicked off all the arguments they will go into make and made their own arguments putting into the mind of jurors the arguments that they were going to make. I thought they did a great job of what i call your ones things like He did not let up. He did not get up things like that. That will stay in the jurors minds as they continue throughout this case Excessive force is assault Things like that. That would give something. The jury can hang onto as the case

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The Death of George Floyd Murder Trial: Opening Statements

Court TV Podcast

02:24 min | Last month

The Death of George Floyd Murder Trial: Opening Statements

"We are in the middle of the big one minnesota vs derek chauvin. The man accused of murdering. George floyd and this is a case taken on a life of its own. We know the impact. That the death of george floyd has had will now. It's time to figure out what it all means. Inside a courtroom as our system of justice takes a look at it and a jury of twelve people will decide whether or not dirk chauvin murdered. George floyd and court tv of course giving you gavel to gavel coverage of this so in this podcast really wanted take a deep dive into the opening statements because opening statements are really the roadmap for the entire trial. This is where the attorneys for both sides will lay out what they believe. The evidence will show in the case and we got a few surprises during opening statements and got a feel and a flavor for who the attorneys are. That will be trying. This case will be the voice for either side with me. Is court tv anchor. Michael i ala michael. I wanna start off. We're going to focus here on the prosecution but before we get to that i just want your overall take of both sides. The way i saw it was prosecutors came in they were polished. They were professional but not over the top in terms of passionate then. The defense came in and there wasn't quite as much polish. Not so many bells and whistles and even less passion. So what was your take of what you heard in those opening statements. I think i think you hit the nail on the head there vinnie. I think the prosecution came in very very prepared. They had a presentation a powerpoint presentation. That was extremely. Well done set out. The time line was very clear that they had a sense of where the defense was when go and they kicked off all the arguments they will go into make and made their own arguments putting into the mind of jurors the arguments that they were going to make. I thought they did a great job of what i call your ones things like He did not let up. He did not get up things like that. That will stay in the jurors minds as they continue throughout this case Excessive force is assault Things like that. That would give something. The jury can hang onto as the case

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

09:13 min | Last month

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Down to law bringing down all down down updates on the derek. Chauvin trial hoof. Yup so here's what you need to know a couple of things so number one We have now chosen a jury in the Dirk chauvin murder trial Opening statements begin on monday The trial is being livestreamed. If you you want to follow along you can do that. That is how actually. I'm going to talk a little bit about jury selection. The the reason we know all this is because The the proceedings are up on youtube right so trials are open to the public and This is being broadcast on the internet. I wanted to throw in one last because it it just. I wanted to to button down this argument. We talked about how last week the ruling of the minnesota the minnesota state supreme court allowed the prosecution to add back in the third degree murder charge. We have to do a shout. Out to dave rubin students men on the internet. Did you see this. I did share really always posted in the oa community. And i tweeted david. Stupidest man on the internet has a theory. That he he he thinks that it's like degrees of burn. And he thinks that other is like the highest not. I'm not. I'm an effing serious. Because his whole thing is oh they're trying to set this up for the for the black lives matter crowd riot because they wanted to it would have been fined to get first and second degree but like they want to go for that third degree to and then when they fail to cayenne manning this person this is his actual statement on newsmax interview or whatever. It was so just thought you might enjoy that andrew. I am loving that. I came prepared to refute the exact opposite right. But but there were folks saying and and this is not implausible on face there folks saying well putting him. The third degree murder charge will allow the jury. You know to sort of split the baby and go for this middle. And it's going to be a less serious offense and i want to tell you to evaluate that state and i looked at that and i thought okay. Well what is that risk right. What's the comparative risk versus having nothing if the jury is uncertain about You know intentionally. And i looked up. His sentencing guidelines are very much like the federal sentencing guidelines. You get a severity level from one to eleven. And then yeah and then you match that opposite your criminal history score. Why don't you have the severity. Just go to ten and make ten more severe andrew well as it turns out second degree unintentional murder and third degree depraved mind murder rate which is to charges that are here are both severity level. Ten and they both carry the same base criminal history alike on the criminal score. Zero would carry the same Base presumptive Sentence of one hundred fifty months right which is twelve and a half years With discretionary of uttered and twenty eight to one hundred and eighty now you can depart upwards or downwards from the sentencing guidelines in the same way that you can in the federal system And there is theoretically more upward departure room on the murder charge as opposed to the murder three But i want to tell you that. Everything i've been able to research is in general if you prove either murder two or murder. Three right derek. Chauvin is basically going to get the same amount of jail time for for each of those. So if if you saw any of that if you were thinking about and i look again. I is not an implausible argument to make It's just not backed up by the facts of how Those they're literally treated on exactly the same line in minnesota so So that's what we'll be following along on so every sign is this is a good faith effort to get the the most. Just throw everything at and do the lesser included charges essentially and try to get whatever. You can't exactly exactly i have. I believe that this cases being prosecuted in good faith. I believe that the presiding judge is making rulings in good faith. And that kind of transitions over into the voire. Dear right so we saw jury selection in a case with you know one hundred percent public exposure so so for example. Right like it was not a disqualifying question if individuals have seen the video of derek. Chauvin kneeling on george floyd's neck with that normally may be be like if it was a lower profile case. Yeah it'd be able to say. Oh we don't even want people who know anything about it but in this case he kind of have to make that adjustment like well. Everybody's gonna have seen this. Yup that is exactly right and so this question came up in the last night. And in fact with the exact citation to the case that i had just finished annotating in my notes About the the role of Peremptory challenges challenges for cause in overall jury selection and that case is a supreme court case called batson versus kentucky from nineteen eighty six And what happened. In that case that was petitioner batson was indicted in kentucky on second degree burglary and receipt of stolen goods and then as the prosecution was going through. Voire dear excused some of the jurors for cause and then After jurors were struck for 'cause that left four african americans in the what's called the veneer. The remaining jury pool and prosecutor used his preparatory challenges to strike all four of the black jurors. Right so you were left with a an all white. Jury trying batson for second degree burglary and his counsel said That violates your sixth amendment right to a jury of your peers as protected out to the states through the fourteenth amendment that it must be drawn from a cross section of the community and the supreme court nineteen eighty-six right. So you might think about how our court comes out today. Like brett smack dab in the middle of the reagan revolution. You know fairly conservative court held. Yeah using your peremptory challenges to strike all of the black Jurors from the pool. Clearly violates the sixth amendment. And here's the holding of that case so it application. It's gone a little bit further. It said if the trial court decides that the facts establish prema- facial purposeful discrimination and the prosecutor does not come forward with a neutral explanation for his action are precedents require that petitioner's conviction be reversed. So that has been the post batson application right which is to say when It looks as though one side is dismissing members of the jury in ways that are racist. the court can call upon you to say you have to give a non neutral explanation for what you're doing here waiting non neutral. Sorry i missed a neutral right. A non racist explanation for what you're doing here and additionally states have curtailed the use of peremptory challenges so one of the question. We last night was thurgood. Marshall's concurrence in that case. Said we won't be fine until we get rid of all peremptory challenges With i think a really really interesting position. It's hard for me as a lawyer. Like i said last night because I i love my peremptory challenge the handful that i get because i think i'm pretty good at like looking over jury pool of being like never gonna convince uncle frank over there. I'd like to just get rid of y. I feel like he would be terrible for my case is it is terrible for my case. Is it a kind of an arms race thing. Like doesn't both sides get those so maybe it's better to just cancel that out. It certainly could be end. You also have what i call the thomas. Smith process arguments alike. Well yes sorry like if we make it harder for andrew torres to try cases but in the end like that does more to promote overall racial justice lake up willing to to take that..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"George is gonna be a trial problem. Yeah we're gonna care by. Every every shoelace he left on tied or whatever he did was the judge decides not to allow it mar. I that you know. The question is what is relevant about. George floyd's life That would reflect. Dirk chauvin a lawyer. Defense attorney will try to get that and then the judge will stay with us not allow but the jury's already heard it judge that you that's why you need a judge that that keep you on target. Keep you on track here as image said this. This is about the person who killed george floyd. So what they're going to do. Of course we know that they're gonna try to say he was arrested. He was the wanderer he was also and they will make up stuff but it but it even if even if some of that stuff was true that doesn't give the cop legitimacy to kill. George floyd peres nothing to do with it. You say that's it doesn't matter what this man did in his life in pur- for purposes of his trial until those eight plus minutes. It is totally irrelevant. It's very similar to what happens in sexual assault cases. It's wrong there to run the role. I mean because it's the rule doesn't mean it's right. I mean that's the whole idea a reckoning moment if we're going to use his moment as reckoning moment let's say is who's the injured party here and we'll hope that the judge will do the same thing you know. The key is to get as we're all saying. Get the right judge. If i were the appointing judge i would pick judge cornell west since he's going to have some free time on his hands as he is going to the union theological seminary and irene. Starting with you. I again larry back how i don't know the president of harvard almost like his predecessor. His totally disappeared from view. You get the platform. As in my opinion the bully pulpit of bully pulpits in higher education in the world. And then you essentially a milk carton to find you. He's not getting granted tenure. He said if. I'm not granted tenure amount of here and for the second time he is out of here out of harbor arguably the highest profile. Mo- one of the most influential black intellectuals in america. I am stunned that they'd let this happen. I bet you're not well. No i'm not. And i and i have to just say a number of us will miss in cornell when we go up into harvard square. I mean because he's such a pillar just absolutely in the community. Harvard has a problem in general in terms. attenuating You know people of color and and and and i need to say that it is not is not just hard but but these high institutions absolutely in general. I was surprised that cornell would come back Non tenured because he was tenured at princeton at union theological seminary and And at union before he left and got into a fossil with with summers. But on there's another problem so they'll hope this is always argument. Well we don't like to scholarship. Well of course you don't. Because his pedagogy doesn't really perpetuate. A rian scribe white supremacy. You right to premise ideology. Sorta of guys as academic legitimacy test starting point his his starting point you know and teaching is is is not a in the ruling class. You know imperial aims it really is about starting with subjugating voices you see cornell will start he will start his course. He's talking about liberation theology. Not about the white liberation theologians but maybe the voice of the black trans sister. So i mean the whole idea is that you know if if you're at harvard. I have to tell you when when i was at harvard. There was this. This qu- there's a quote that i describe it week mediocrity repackaged as brilliant..

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"What if it is something that doesn't rise to the level of murder what if two of the four officers are reinstated because there's one camera angle you see three officers and then there's there's one angle where you really only if it is only C. two and I've not seen the fourth I mean this is when you have a motion and emotions are running high as you can tell when you see all of these things what if it's not what people want how does that look Minneapolis Minnesota pretty progressive state it's a left leaning libertarian kind of feel but it's definitely progressive specially Minneapolis but this guy you know this guy they've they they've looked in this cat on more than a few occasions by the way police records show Dirk Chauvin the officer who had his knee on fluids neck for several minutes has faced more than a dozen complaints over the course of his nineteen year career with the Minneapolis police discipline for two of them it's uncertain what the complaints were for I don't know what they for he was put on administrative leave in a shooting that he was involved in with other officers he was a domestic call a woman had been stabbed guy grabbed a shotgun he shot him the guy lived at another one there was an officer involved shooting that in the that resulted in the death of a of a person but they say an officer fired a shot there were several officers he was part of the officers were not with him so the end they're gonna look and they're gonna try to get everything they possibly can but to get to that point where they charge they need to know this is what we're charging him with so you need to get all the facts but you also need to get back the autopsy which is going to take some time the family already said they want an independent autopsy so they can probably compare and contrast but what happened and what is been happening and quite frankly what I think is gonna happen over the next two nights the.

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"dirk chauvin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"dirk chauvin" Discussed on KOMO

"Each little piece of the puzzle helps us complete the big picture at a press conference Thursday authorities vowing they would pursue an aggressive probe but definitely shocked the nation and reignited questions of race and policing give me and give United States Attorney that time to do this right we will bring you justice I promise I will say this that that video is graphic and horrific and terrible and no person should give that my job in the end it should prove that he violated criminal statutes police records show Dirk Chauvin the officer who had his knee on fluids neck for several minutes has faced more than a dozen complaints over the course of his nineteen year career with the Minneapolis police discipline for two of them it's uncertain what the complaints were for that C. B. C.'s chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine says there will be no pressure in launching SpaceX's first astronaut crew from American soil in nearly a decade there will be no pressure we will launch when we are ready and I'll tell you the president the vice president we're proud of the NASA team and the SpaceX team for making the right call for the right reasons the flight was scrubbed Wednesday because of bad weather caused by tropical storm off the coast Bridenstine added they will launch when they're ready because the safety of the astronauts is their highest priority they're going to try again tomorrow afternoon about say twelve twenty two hour time come on this time a fifty time to get to our propellant sure it's money update UPS is adding peak surcharges for companies that have been inundating its delivery network with many more packages an oversize items during the pandemic an unprecedented move to manage a flood of shipments and higher costs UPS typically imposes extra fees on merchants during.

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