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"douglas griffith" Discussed on KTRH
"Story frustration growing among those seeking a covert 19 vaccine, due in part to a lack of supply and pre registration requirements. Mayor Sylvester Turner says the current process is meant to maintain in orderly process because of the opening without registration, for example, and they're all be overcrowded and that only asked to frustration and then you have people come to getting together and then you have the spray it so that doesn't do anything. So we know it's frustrating to do the pre registration, but it's the best way to do it. Mayor says Minute Maid Park will once again serve as a covert 19 vaccination site by appointment, only other sites will be open. His doses of the vaccine become or available. Houston police officer has resigned after posting pictures of himself on Facebook inside the U. S Capitol last week. During that breach, here's police Union President Douglas Griffith know he has met with one of our attorneys, which this is not within the course and scope of his duties as a law enforcement officer, so he would not be covered by our legal assistance that from our TV partner channel to the police chief says he expects federal charges will be filed against the 18 year. Veteran cop. CEO of Parlor, says the social media platform it may be weeks before it can return after being Amazon suspended by Amazon, claiming parlor encourages or incites violence. Social media company favored by conservatives has found a lawsuit against Amazon, claiming it breached its contract with parlor. Amazon, asking a federal judge to deny the suit says parlor has been unwilling to remove content that threatens public safety. Small businesses struggling during the pandemic and start applying for a second round of the paycheck protection program. Tomorrow on Lee. Businesses with 300, or fewer employees could be eligible for the loans. Funds cannot be more than $2 million. Texas gas prices continue their steady climb into the New year. For the first time in 43 weeks, the statewide gas price average has gone above $2 a gallon and in the last week it's really surged that to 10 right now, that's up 11 cents on the weak Play, Texas spokesman Daniel Armbruster says higher crude oil prices of the main factor, Houston's average also rose 11 cents this week to 206 per gallon Ktrh News time 303 The markets are closed. Here's ktrh money man Pat Shinn brought to you by DM auto leasing dot com and Had toe late day slide. Yeah, exactly. Corey. We were flat lining for most of the day, with the markets rolling over in the final hour on no real news. The Dow industrials finishing the day down by 68 points. Closing at 9 30,091, the S and P. 500 down 14 points. One third of 1%, the NASDAQ Down 16 points on the day energy, the top performing group intent again today, technology was at the bottom this morning before the bell. We gotta look at the initial jobless claims coming in worse than analysts had expected Unemployment line. Have gotten longer the last couple of weeks because of that increase in Corona virus cases. Meanwhile, the market's been taking the bad news is good news. It does increase the odds of yet another stimulus package. President elect Biden is supposed to roll out his recommendation letter later today. Oil up 66 cents $53.97.
"douglas griffith" Discussed on KTRH
"One, Our top story Hundreds of cars filing through in our G park is memorial Hermann looks to Dole out 13,000 covert 19 vaccines over the next couple of days at a special clinic there. This would drove in from New Caney excited to get it. I want to get it. I haven't seen my grandkids in a long time, and I'm ready to go see them. Vaccinations are by appointment on Lee. Though Memorial Hermann already sent email invites to those who are eligible being time retired to time for heavyweight boxing champ in Houston Native George Foreman is encouraging everyone to get vaccinated. Comparing his knockout of Joe Frazier the house science is beating covert 19. In a new promotional video format, is teaming up with UT health and will get his shot today. Houston police officer has resigned after posting pictures of himself on Facebook inside the U. S Capitol last week. During the breach, here's police Union President Douglas Griffith know he has met with one of our attorneys, which this is not within the course and scope of his duties as a law enforcement officer so he would not be covered by our legal assistance. After our TV partner channel to the police chief yesterday said he expects federal charges will be filed against the 18 year veteran cop, some members of Congress raising concerns about tours of the U. S Capitol that happened just before last week's riot and breach. Nearly three dozen lawmakers went to Capitol police to look into tour groups that visited the U. S Capitol a day before a violent breach describing the tours is unusual, given the restricted access since March because of the pandemic. Were there towards being given where people within the tour. We're doing some level of reconnaissance on what would happen the next day. We need to find that out. Ohio Democrat Tim Ryan leads a subcommittee overseeing the Capitol police budget. He is requesting video surveillance. During pandemic restrictions. Members of Congress and staff are permitted to lead tours for family constituents in other groups. Jared Halpern Fox News, a team of World Health Organization investigators, is now on the ground in Wuhan, China, after some delays. The team of scientists from more than a half dozen countries is in Wuhan to investigate the origins of the covered 19 virus, which erupted in that city more than a year ago. They hope to determine how the virus jump from animals to humans and whether it originated somewhere other than Wuhan. The scientists must, however, spend two weeks in quarantine. Before beginning their work. I'm Bill's M for ktrh news time. 12 04 Time to check your money. Here's Max gains at S T a wealth management..
"douglas griffith" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Go on. So. In the movies what what is the answer in circumstances like this and let me let me be specific about what I mean by circumstances like this, you have a suspect who you have officers around they have weapons drawn. The suspect is not complying repeatedly not complying it's it may be clear. It may not be clear that there could be some mental health issue at play here some sort of crisis taking place. What what is the intermediate? What are the steps in between? The tasers that we saw and then firing twenty one shots in a matter of seconds. Will they use the beanbag shotgun that we met on a bailable? Hit with somewhere around twelve rounds of that that also did not incapacitate him. The I'm telling you. The best thing we can do is train away which we can get these suspects in custody. We backed up so far that there was no other option. The only thing we could do is go past our patrol cars which. If they get in one of those then you've got another type of issues. A lot of times we shotguns in the bag they are fifteen We have all kinds of weapons that are really available. Should they be able to get into those cars? So we can't allow that either some point you have to draw a line and say, okay, we have the whole disliked. This in this particular incident, they can paint him in small area. The sergeant run around People Watch for crossfire do this do that? It's an unfortunate situation. But we didn't have I another example. They have these things called Bola wraps. It's a new technology supposed to shoot out something that wraps them up. And takes them now. We have forty those on his department. The only people have been trained with him so far those are the academy that we know. Have we had those that night they may help. There's other things out there that are being researched that that would help also to deal with this kind of situation, but we don't have that right now. So also rely strictly on their training and what they've been trained to that point. Let's go to Jimmy from west Houston Jimmy. What are your thoughts? Fog. Police chief officer Vado for firing. Those officers is totally wrong to shoot a man twenty with twenty one bullets. That's crazy. The police should know better than doing that and Have a bad habit of if he's doing exactly what they say they want to beat you up or shoot share they get rid of that attitude and. Help these people that are in distress. They could go over there and throw a net on the man or whatever are two or three up go there and handling with their bare hands or their gloves they don't need to shoot the man. And I. We want need all this shooting people in the back to stop all these chokehold stuff all these. warrantless. Break into people's homes to style read total reform of the police all over the country. All right. Thanks for the call in for the comment. Officer Griffiths any reaction to that. Yeah. First of all, the twenty one rounds understand that come walsers. The oldest ulcer, there was the sergeant. WHO fired two rounds? In that in that final incident in K. because he has been trained over the years he was attacked foster. They train bar two rounds, reassess reassess. These young guys haven't been through that. The only thing they've been through there's a academy training which you you shoot. Shoot shoot shoot shoot. It takes your brain one point two, five seconds to realize there is no longer a threat and stop what you're doing. In that amount of time, an officer can fire six rounds. The two officers that fired the most worst six rounds apiece. As says, they realize that that was done they stop and you can hear them on tape yellen ceasefire stop stop stop ceasefire. Carmen is in Houston Carmen. What's your question or comment? Yeah something really bothering me when you said officer Griffin that your son would never be in that position. with the law enforcement. But you gotta think. About All the black lives that are taking because Elise Brianna Taylor where her killers either been arrested. They she got. At her own apartment and then this is why we need to define the lease. Because empirical data showed that all that money should go to. Community services that actually Kansas sculling mental breakdowns rather than police twenty one fired shots. You know that makes no sense to. Other countries have great police them all of systems because they actually benefit and serve Protech, and there is no trust them police anymore. I don't trust. I'm going to be completely honest and our I'm I'm white passing. And I still fear for my life now and that was African American. I fear for my black brothers and sisters. All right. Thanks for the call in for the comments officer Griffith any response to that. Yes well, first of all the bagger there her belief that we're killing african-americans more than any other races just an accurate. There's a very well done study by Harvard University showing there is no disparity between the races when it comes to ostrumov shootings. There is no were out hunting people to kill. Them is just an accurate. It's. It's people that don't have a clue about what our job really is both. Had they go it had they went out and actually. Road with a police officer what they'd be on a day to day basis, they may have a different attitude. But they rather sit in their basement and just hot away from the world and say, everything every police officers back. It's just not accurate. We had over two million contexts Houston last year two, million contacts with citizens just. Only two hundred and seventy citizen complaints, and we only had fifteen shootings. have made seventeen but still. It's real. It's so minuscule. And out of those shootings, every single one of them had a weapon and they were all caught on video camera. And just to clarify since you mentioned this Harvard. Study I believe I'm looking at the correct paper from two thousand seventeen. It's noting that on nonlethal uses of force blacks and Hispanics are more than fifty percent more likely to experience some form of force in interactions with police. But adding controls that account for important context and civilian behavior. Reduces but cannot explain these disparities and then it goes on to say on the most extreme use of force officer involved shootings. That they find no racial differences in either the raw data or when contextual factors are taken into account. So with lethal uses force, you're correct on nonlethal they do see a disparity there. There is much more about this case including link to the body camera footage released. Thursday said Houston Public Media Dot Org. Douglas Griffith is First Vice President of the Houston. Police Officers Union officer Griffith..
"douglas griffith" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Houston police chief are DASA Vado Thursday released body camera footage of a police shooting death from April and fired four police officers over their involvement. He says they could have shown better restraint the Houston Police Union disagrees as well here on today's Houston Matters, I'm Craig Cohen will recap reaction to the footage and the announcement of the officers being fired and then talk with officer Douglas Griffith from the Houston Police Officers Union also, this hour we check in on how classes are going so. Far. The University of Houston with provost Dr Paul Short then a history lover's guide to Houston. We remember September eleventh two, thousand one and I marked six months of hosting the show from home floss Luby's liquidates, and you have the chance to vote on the next inductees into the national toy hall of fame. Our non expert panel weighs in on those and other intriguing developments on this week's the good the bad and the ugly. We'll start with a news update from NPR stay with us. This is Houston matters I'm Craig Cohen. Good, morning. For Houston police officers have been fired over the deadly shooting of Nicholas Chavez Union leaders called the decision to fire the four, hundred, four officers unjust and deplorable will hear more from the police officers. Union had also how the fall semesters going so far at the University of Houston amid covid nineteen and later the good the bad and the ugly of the week I up though let's check in with news seven. Eddie, Robinson with some of what matters to Houston today covid nineteen related and otherwise Good Morning Eddie. Good Morning Craig heads filling little snuffle up August over here as have to stay watching the last night's T- Texans game but happy Friday to you. I couldn't quite understand Craig weather boos at the beginning of the game when both teams linked arms and what seemed to be a moment of unity in protest of the racism and social injustice. But at any rate, it was very odd but we begin our update with reaction from local officials to the release of body Cam footage from the police shooting of Nicholas Chavez. That you mentioned earlier, he was the twenty seven year old who was killed back in April when police shot him twenty one times four police officers have been fired from the department following investigation Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, has concluded that he supports the actions of the officers attempts to subdue Chavez leading up to the shooting, but doesn't quite understand why there needed to be lethal. Force. Chavez was suffering from an apparent mental health crisis when officers were called will hear reaction from the Houston Police Officers Union coming up in just a moment. The investigation is now in the hands of the Harris County District Attorney's office as far as developments related to covert nineteen here locally. Craig fewer Texans are testing positive for the disease hospital capacity has been improving. Daily case growth and new hospitalizations declining but health experts continue to warn this virus is still very unpredictable. The threat of its spread is not over and the public should remain diligent with safety measures like distancing and wearing a facemask. They're also worried that an inconsistent number of people getting tested for covid nineteen and the current backlogs from testing labs have raised concerns over the. Reliability of state data on the virus, and then finally Craig. Longtime Houston Restaurant Tore Tony Vallone has died. He was seventy five and reportedly passed away from natural causes in his sleep vallone operated his Italian restaurant here in Houston for more than half a century vallone family will continue to run the restaurant which is closed until next Tuesday in his memory Greg. Eddie it's not just my lack of sleep. You did reference snuffle up earlier right? I did on from. That's kind of what makes her it's not me very, very descriptive, right? It is it's strange actually made perfect sense to me I. still don't entirely understand how or why. But that works Eddie Robinson. Thanks so much you gotTa have you weaken. If that's how little you value life. I don't need you in this department. That's the quote. That's what Houston police chief. Artas. Vado said Thursday about the four officers he fired who were linked to the deadly April police shooting. Of Nicholas Chavez the officers fired our Patrick Rubio Omar, Tapia? Luis Alvarado and Benjamin Leblanc Sergeant Leblanc had eleven years experience on the force the others two years or less they were. Let go after chief associated found the twenty one shots they fired at the twenty-seven-year-old Chavez at the end of a fourteen minute altercation back in April were not quote objectively. reasonable. Data says the officers should have backed off and de escalated the situation he said they had plenty of opportunity to back up to continue doing what they were doing. He said for them to stay the line and shoot a man twenty one times I cannot defend that oscillate comments came during a press conference. Thursday in which HP released body camera footage from the scene. His reaction was echoed by Houston mayor. Sylvester Turner is difficult to watch without questioning why the shooting happened in the end. Did Miss. The Shah. Says pose an immediate threat to any police officer. Are, to the General Public Mayor Turner says he concluded there was no deadly threat to any police officer. The incident started as a call of a suicidal armed man running through traffic, and it's clear from the body. Camera Video Chavez told officers multiple times to kill him. Houston City Council member Gerry Davis Tilt Houston public media he didn't think Chavez should have lost his life for quote grabbing a Taser Gun. Council member Robert Geigo said the shooting underscored the need for better mental health services in Houston, and that quote we should be sending more mental health professionals to a psychiatric crisis not just armed law enforcement officers joke. All the president of the Houston. Police Officers Union came to a different conclusion after seeing the police body camera footage noting that it was quote clear when viewing the video that these officers did not want to shoot Mr Chevette and did everything in their power not to commodity noted the city's independent police. Oversight Board unanimously agreed the shooting was justified Gamal. He called the decision to fire the officers quote unjust and deplorable. Senior police officer Douglas Griffith is the first vice president of the Houston Police Officers Union.
"douglas griffith" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Jr Two eight four dash eight eight eight. Well let's talk about something else that's going on that that same day. I can't believe this is real October Thirteenth Shawn Michaels was beat up outside of a bar in Syracuse and depending on what story you believe it's been said it was non military guys or just one Jim Cornell has said that Shawn Michaels was allegedly hitting on a guy's girlfriend surrender wife and when show on a bulldog on their car to leave the servicemen. Pulled Sean out from the passenger side window and beat him up and Davey so big at the time. The passenger seat was pushed back. He's essentially trapped in the backseat and can't out Wendy. I hear about this. And where did you land on. Once you knew more of the details else the next day I heard about it. You know you concern. Somebody hurt hospitalized or whatever it sound like Some people were over served and the May have made the wrong comment around people. I don't know I wasn't there. And there are so many stores that emulate. That's that's the one of these sicknesses about wrestling. The the truth is never good enough. We have to embellish and make it a big deal. I think we're used to it in our in our day-to-day pro wrestling ackerman to embellish. I don't know what happened. I think simply a case of guys drinking too much being on the wrong territory I know cowboy was not happy about it because this is result antiquated rule. That if you lose a fight and the territory you're gone was the mid South route was not a real and wwe and nor should that have been at that time. Times Have Changed Times. Ed Changed so but bill didn't like the fact that happened and the guy so highly on the card and look bill had great respect for Sean. He started Sean Career mid South. So there's no there was no I land mosque's there is to fill the philosophy of a pro wrestler leaves losing a fistfight to a civilian is unacceptable. A If you don't think he can win the fight than some are another. Don't engage in but as I've always told the guys is pick your spots where you hang out go onto a local bar and trying to become the Alpha male in somebody else's bar in another city you don't live in is not real smart. You're you're you're safer going to a gentleman's club quite frankly because they have more secured for the ladies more security so it was a lot of lot of not a lot. There's a lot of wins a scorecard but cowboy didn't like that start for his run and thought you know we can't have guys getting draft and all this other stuff and made a big deal out of it where I thought all along is Simpson's case bronc place wrong time too many drinks you can't be the Alpha male somebody Oy Elsa Bar who's already got that territory marked so do you think how big of a role I mean. Do you think this is the straw that broke the camel's goes back. This is the shit. No Hell No. I think I think what happened was I. I think this wanted to make some major booking changes inches which would have started at the top which will include a diesel because diesel was a champion. Right I mean he was he was A. WW champion had been for a long time bills. Just saying well. It's not been drawn is gonNA make a change. I don't think a major diamond personally. I'm giving Nash. Is this no matter. Who The champion was is? Is it somebody who have been championed. That long and the territory's hit Kinda flattened out. Then it's time to make a change. The change could also be doing a better job Creating opponents for your champion we talked about Austin had the same issue where he wanted. I was just working in our book this weekend. In writing. A chapter about Steve's the discomfort and unhappiness the fact that the company failed miserably by not having any any heels ready for him and then wanted to lose out of the clear blue to rock lesser. And we'll we'll get all this stuff but point being is that sometimes. It's not the talents all the talents fault. That something sucking the kit. They don't do this Shit Acapella so that I thought that as we're talking about here in a few moments I thought Brett was the perfect opponent. Kevin Kevin had a certain style and talents had to be willing to adapt to Kevin. Kevin did well and stay awake. What Kevin did not do well like anybody would an interesting match and then are now initially talking about the Sean Michael Situation Russian Sean and the WWF? Nobody's pressing charges they just wanted to go away Of course they do have to go on TV and say that they're going to press charges and eventually actually Shawn Michaels does change his mind and press charges. The person is charged is a fellow named Douglas Griffith. Who's twenty three at the time he's charged with second degree? Assault Fault in the beating is supposed to go to court. On December fourteenth. He is stationed at Fort Drum the US army base and Watertown New York and The Gist is a pool. Sean out of the car slams his car door into his head and then slammed slams head on the car several times before David Boykin finally escape and make this gate the escape. The backseat escaped. The backs is that does that make you scratch your head. A little bit got stuck in the back seat. What the God damn? What does he in a Fiat? What are you GonNa get stuck in the backseat? Supposedly he was a he was to Cedar. And I can't believe they would have rented a two seater but supposedly he was in a two seater and as you said probably over served. This is an era of the company where guys weren't just drinking. They were also using so much. And other things they probably shouldn't be mixing with alcohol so he's probably not in a normal state of mind and I. I'm not saying that to speak ill of the dead. I'm just saying that was sort or the norm at the time that you see all shooter abuse with these guys and they're talking about Selma's and shakes and h bombs which was their code for housing the on and GHB was becoming more prominent. There's a lot of recreational drug use mixed in with the visit to the bar and it's probably not a good combination for anybody. No exactly right and I think probably the wrestling business. In general even though we lost so many talents hers hers husband's died sons died fathers died for stupidity for being thinking their bulletproof. Ain't nobody bulletproof folks and if you're one of the and I'm so glad that the businesses does administered more cleaning up. I probably does Soda Society so to Society Atty. I mean what mental illness made myles Garrett. Go nuts I don't know what it was. But here's what normal behavior from the Cleveland. Browns guy starts swinging doing in his helmet around like an idiot but his situation it costing millions of dollars. Because he's he's he's not gonNA plenty more this year exclude his team because his his is temper. But yeah man I saw something. I'm glad the benefits cleaned up from. That was a very tumultuous altemus air and the WWE. We had to clean things up as best we could and somebody's on. Roller is. Yeah but it didn't work now. Bullshit it did work it. Did you work. Because our hiring process chains. The drug testing policies changed and we did. We did. We went from zero to sixty very quickly here so to speak in this. And this re re in rehabilitating our program so I'm glad that we that happened but man we're on a bad bad course and that's what I think. Watch the situation. Was the boys new FUN Games. We're going to be over on the cowboy got in town because he's not gonNa take the bullshit he's not gonNA listen to the excuses. Tell me why we're not drawing and tell me what you're gonNA do about it. Let's keep moving and let's talk about something else that Meltzer's riding at the time I guess we should put a bowl in the shawn. Michaels thing when Sean catches this beating he's the intercontinental champion. But of course he winds up forfeiting the title Dean Douglas and then Razor Ramon would be deemed to win the intercontinental title. That same. I am nine now. That was kind of set up. That didn't do dean. Douglas any favors Shane. Douglas the dean. He's smart guy. talked a lot about his education becoming becoming a doctor. Whatever Blah Blah Blah and all admirable quite frankly But he was not popular in the locker room. The Click didn't like Dean Douglas for whatever reasons somewhere along the way this is somebody's cheerios and so consequently he was he. He was set up to fail seeming to me. We thought all he had he has worked with solid. He had a good run for Paul Heyman. E C W Hit become a really good talker Bible. He'll didn't get the opportunity. I think that he deserved because he was on the quote unquote wrong side of the F.. ING IOL and So he never had a shot he never had a chance so Uh that was the sad said scenario that he was not able to beat Shaw and when the tile right way instead of this. And here's the thing what we're GONNA PROTECT SEAN. But not having you lose real quite frankly does it really make shit at all. These years did did it really matter folks. Did it really matter that Sean didn't and do the job and he and he injuries quote unquote a preventative for defending the title which it was rarely four stipulation at did it really matter after after all these years that boy Sean had lost the title on that Dean Douglas. That would have killed his career. Come on come on the talents of that way to. Oh Man. How am I going to say face because you say faced by learning to fucking work and bust your ass and make it good? How's that it takes three seconds to lose can you? Can you orchestrate a great match and give me three seconds. I'm looking for then. We continue on. Of course you can. If your ego allow a lot of guys ego wouldn't allow it protection. It also showed their muscle to the Oh man because they go the boys secret down the locker room. But I didn't do the job he's going to do it. Okay okay good good now your your senior class. Walking down the hall of the ninth graders big big shots good for you. Well if you're ready to show your muscle but she wouldn't last longer than three. We seconds you gotta go to blue cheese DOT COM BALUCHI DOT COM offers Mana performance enhancement for.
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