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US to pay $88M to families, victims of SC church massacre

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

US to pay $88M to families, victims of SC church massacre

"Families of victims in the two thousand and fifteen Charleston church shooting have reached an eighty eight million dollar settlement with the justice department the settlements range from five to seven and a half million dollars for the nine people killed and the five survivors cari sellers is a victim's attorney it represents one of the largest settlements of a collection of civil rights cases in this country's history the FBI has acknowledged that a faulty background check allowed dylann roof to purchase the gun that he used in the twenty fifteen massacre Eliana Pinckney age seventeen is the eldest daughter of the slain pastor of the Emmy Emmanuel church we're doing everything we can to make sure that my father's legacy doesn't go away Jennifer king Washington

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"dylann roof" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on AP News

"And why individuals like Robert E. Lee chose to traders to the United States. The lease statue became a target of protesters who wanted to abolish simple. Officials in New York are announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center. Just days before the 20th anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly 3000 people and jolted the nation. The medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead, New York, She was a broker for Marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate finds in 2000 and 1, 2000 and two and 2000 and six his family is asking the name be withheld. It's the first time in two years new identification has been made. 1100 remains are still unidentified. Even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found, Chief Medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledged to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families. I'm Jackie Quinn I Mike Rossi, a reporting Dylann roof seeks a rehearing on his church shooting conviction. Lawyers for Dylann Roof filed a petition Wednesday challenging the fourth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of Mother Emanuel Ame Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roofs, conviction and sentence last month. In 2017 roof, became the first defendant in the United States sentenced to death for a federal hate crime roofs. Attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing. I'm Mike Gracia. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new and upcoming first pet presidential dogs, cats and other critters. Deadly force fatal confrontations with police The Hubble Telescope, a universe of new discoveries and many more visit ap dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon, Barnes and noble dot.

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"dylann roof" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on AP News

"General Robert E. Lee in Richmond. Why this? Civil war was fault and and why individuals like Robert E. Lee chose to to traders to the United States. The lease statue became a target of protesters who wanted to abolish simple. Officials in New York are announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center. Just days before the 20th anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly 3000 people and jolted the nation. The medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead, New York, She was a broker for Marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate finds in 2000 and 1, 2000 and two and 2000 and six his family is asking the name be withheld. It's the first time in two years new identification has been made. 1100 remains are still unidentified. Even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found, Chief Medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledged to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families. I'm Jackie Quinn I Mike Rossi, a reporting Dylann roof seeks a rehearing on his church shooting conviction. Lawyers for Dylann Roof filed a petition Wednesday challenging the fourth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of Mother Emanuel Ame Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roofs, conviction and sentence last month. In 2017 roof, became the first defendant in the United States sentenced to death for a federal hate crime roofs. Attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing. I'm Mike Rossi, um Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press.

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"dylann roof" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Goal at 809, 108,809 108,000 W. CBM Baltimore, The Supreme Court is heading back to the courtroom beginning next month, The justices will return to their majestic marble courtroom for arguments nearly 19 months after in person sessions ended due to the coronavirus pandemic. High court says oral sessions scheduled before October, November and December will be in person. But out of concern for the public and Supreme Court employees, those courtroom sessions will not be open to the public. The justices will no longer argue by telephone. However, the public will still be able to hear the sessions live. My camp in Washington, Florida Judges ruled the state cannot enforce its ban on mask mandates in public schools to guard against the coronavirus while it appeals court sorts out whether the band is ultimately legal. Leon County Circuit Judge John C. Cooper lifted an automatic stay of his decision last week that Republican governor to status and state education officials succeeded there authority by imposing the blanket ban. This is town hall dot com. Talk radio 6 80, WCBS Alan Rupe. Six of rehearing on his church shooting conviction. Lawyers for Dylann Roof filed a petition Wednesday challenging the fourth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of Mother Emanuel Ame Church in Charleston, South. Carolina attorneys for Roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roofs, conviction and sentence last month in 2017 roof, became the first defendant in the United States sentenced to death for a federal hate crime roofs. Attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing. I'm Mike Rossio, North Korea, Ferretti goose stepping soldiers and military hardware at its capital overnight in a celebration the nation 73rd anniversary. Was overseen by leader Kim Jong UN. Photos showed Kim wearing a cream suit, waving from a balcony toward the assembled troops and Spectators. Are these stories of town hall dot com. I'm Patrick Boss Wcbm Baltimore..

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"dylann roof" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That's 809 108,000 get the best information the best process the best service the best value. Call advantage goal at 809 108,000 call 809 108,000. The Supreme Court is heading back to the courtroom. Beginning next month, The justices will return to their majestic marble courtroom before arguments nearly 19 months after in person sessions ended due to the coronavirus pandemic. The high court says oral sessions scheduled for October, November and December will be in person but out of concern for the public and Supreme Court employees. Those courtroom sessions will not be open to the public. The justices will no longer argued by telephone. However, the public will still be able to hear the sessions live. My camp in Washington, Florida Judges ruled the state cannot enforce its ban on mask mandates in public schools to guard against the coronavirus while it appeals court sorts out whether the band is ultimately legal. Leon County Circuit Judge John C. Cooper lifted an automatic stay of his decision last week that Republican governor to status and state education officials succeeded there authority by imposing the blanket ban. This is town hall dot com. Dylann roof seeks a rehearing on his church shooting conviction. Lawyers for Dylann Roof filed a petition Wednesday challenging the fourth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of Mother Emanuel Ame Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roofs, conviction and sentence last month. In 2017 Roof, became the first defendant in the United States sentenced to death for a federal hate crime roofs. Attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing. I Mike Rossia, North Korea paraded goose stepping soldiers and military hardware at its capital overnight in the celebration, the nation's 73rd anniversary. Was overseen by leader Kim Jong UN photos showed Kim wearing a cream suit waving from a balcony toward the assembled troops and Spectators. More of these stories of town hall dot com. I'm Patrick Boss 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. My dad used to say that sure, Yeah, it's from Geico. Yeah. Whenever I would ask my dad for life advice, he'd sit me down.

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"dylann roof" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on AP News

"This? Civil war was fought and and why individuals like Robert E. Lee chose to to traders to the United States. The lease statue became a target of protesters who wanted to abolish simple. Officials in New York are announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center. Just days before the 20th anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly 3000 people and jolted the nation. The medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead, New York, She was a broker for Marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate finds in 2000 and 1, 2000 and two and 2000 and six his family is asking the name be withheld. It's the first time in two years new identification has been made. 1100 remains are still unidentified. Even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found, Chief Medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledged to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Mike Rossi, a reporting Dylann roof seeks a rehearing on his church shooting conviction. Lawyers for Dylann Roof filed a petition Wednesday challenging the fourth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of Mother Emanuel Ame Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roofs, conviction and sentence last month. In 2017 roof, became the first defendant in the United States sentenced to death for a federal hate crime roofs. Attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing. I'm Mike Rossio. Thank.

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"dylann roof" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on AP News

"Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the Taliban has prevented charter planes with evacuees from leaving Mazar el Sharif, Afghanistan. They claim that some of the passengers do not have the required documentation. While there are limits to what we can do without personnel on the ground without an airport with normal security procedures in place. We are working to do everything in our power. To support those flights. And to get them off the ground. The secretary says the charters need to leave. He adds that the Taliban also needs to earn their legitimacy. The Biden administration says solar power could provide 40% of the nation's electric needs in just 15 years. The shift could only happen what changes in policy and billions in federal money to rebuild and modernize the nation's electric grid. Officials say the Energy Department report isn't a policy statement. Rather, it's designed to prompt greater solar innovation over the next 10 years. I'm Tim Maguire, the summer of hope against the coronavirus is ending in gloom. More than 26,000 deaths were reported last month, more than four million infections. It's the fourth highest total since the start of the pandemic. Overall, more than 650,000 people have died. And a major forecast model projects 750,000 deaths by December, 1st hopes were high. But the Delta variant along with resistance to vaccinations dash those hopes. This outbreak is still well below the all time peaks over the winter cases in most states appear to be plateau owing and are likely to decline in the fall, buying more time to vaccinate adults and teenagers before flu season. Ed Donahue Washington officials in New York are announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center. Just days before the 20th anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly 3000 people and jolted the nation. The medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead, New York, She was a broker for Marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate finds in 2000 and 1, 2000 and two and 2000 and six his family is asking the name be withheld. It's the first time in two years new identification has been made. 1100 remains are still unidentified. Even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found, Chief Medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledged to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families. I'm Jackie Quinn I Mike Rossi, a reporting Dylann roof seeks a rehearing on his church shooting conviction. Lawyers for Dylann Roof filed a petition Wednesday challenging the fourth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of Mother Emanuel Ame Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roofs, conviction and sentence last month. In 2017 roof, became the first defendant in the United States sentenced to death for a federal hate crime roofs. Attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing. I'm Mike Gracia. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase prints of.

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Dylann Roof Seeks Rehearing on Church Shooting Conviction

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Dylann Roof Seeks Rehearing on Church Shooting Conviction

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Dylan roof seeks a re hearing on his church shooting conviction lawyers for dylann roof filed the petition Wednesday challenging the fourth US circuit court of appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the twenty fifteen racist slayings of nine members of mother Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roof's conviction and sentence last month in twenty seventeen roof became the first defendant did the United States sentenced to death for federal hate crime groups attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing hi Mike Rossio

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Death Sentence Upheld for Man Who Killed 9 in South Carolina Church Shooting

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Death Sentence Upheld for Man Who Killed 9 in South Carolina Church Shooting

"Sentence has been upheld for the white man who killed nine black members of a South Carolina church. Dylann roof had appealed his sentence to the U. S fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He was 21 years old when he killed nine people during a Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

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Charleston Church Shooter's Death Sentence Upheld

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Charleston Church Shooter's Death Sentence Upheld

"A federal appeals court has upheld dylann roof's conviction and death sentence for the two thousand fifteen races slayings of nine members of the mother Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina roof's attorneys had argued he should not have been allowed to represent himself during sentencing when he kept jurors from hearing evidence about his mental health but the fourth US circuit court of appeals in Richmond unanimously rejected the appeal and issued a scathing rebuke of roof's crimes the panel wrote dylann roof murdered African Americans at their church during their Bible study and worship they had welcomed him he slaughtered them he did so with the express intent of terrorizing not just his immediate victims at the historically important mother Emanuel church but as many similar people as would hear of the mass murder no cold record or careful parsing of statutes and precedents can capture the full horror of what roof did his crimes qualify him for the harshest penalty that it just society can impose on Ben Thomas

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"dylann roof" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"But it was just kind of saying how You know things that were taken for granted in slavery that that came from the dehumanizing of people we eventually applied to dehumanize white people white people themselves even even smaller scale completely. And i think easy look. Older technologies are at work Look nearly believes with the things complaining about privatization ready This is taking money and taking added This is the that's that's the washington. Consensus desk was being done to developing countries underdeveloped world. Simple and he's now we gone in be surprised when it closed bacteria An attack it always gonna be wearing fixed always gonna come back Come back on what you play in the world where you repea- so that's what we're nowadays. So yeah you bring a brexit as another another example. Which i think is which i think is is really is really good. I mean this. There's there's so many examples like here's here's another one. That is very interesting and nobody picks up on this really but all those Racial shooters or bombers actually not even explicitly. racial people. Don't think about them a lot of the times but for example. The home city Those synagogue Shooters the people. The muslim the muslim Temples and mosques and all these different people over the past couple of decades who have done some kind of mass violence if you always look into their internet history or reading history like for example. The oklahoma city bomber timothy mcveigh had the turner. Diaries in his car was famous White supremacist screed. That gets under reported but almost all of them were white supremacists in general and specifically had anxieties of like white genetic annihilation Via either consensual or or rape right women and black men and and there's also distinction without a difference. Because i always say like in the mandible white supremacists all interracial Sex is rape even if it's supposedly consensual it's Whatever but it was interesting person by person. Some people make it explicit dylann roof during roof. The shooter in charleston. I explicitly said you guys are raping our women before. Shot all those people you know. It's kind of crazy. 'cause those weren't like young zero menu is shooting people and women and stuff like that. It's a turner..

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"dylann roof" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"What set him up the river and got him convicted of this most recent to total BS charges that were brought against him for Essentially having a conversation with another horseman. Great conversation That wasn't even that nasty. And you know what? Basically the story goes. There was a guy named Benjamin Lampert in ST Louis, where I'm from. And he was a Confederate flag waving gun toting kind of guy. A k a Cheddar mane remain. Yeah, that was handle. That was his handle, Actually, no Cheddar main with Cesar Alvarez. Really? This was It was the Ben guy, Benjamin Lampert. I forget his online name. That was cheddar man. But he was threatening Benjamin Lambert to get Chet remains info. That's what he was like. The ben guy was an intermediate. Yeah, when guy was the intermediary, but Ben, the victim in this case, the guy that quote on quote, quote unquote victim that allegedly by the way, never reported. This happening to me. Never went to the victim never went to the FBI. The victim never said Chris can't will threaten me and I demand justice. It was the FBI. They sent four agents to ST Louis to interview this guy and said. Did Chris Cantwell threaten you? And by the way, we have you making equally Uh, Mastro. Nasty statements. So you know if you don't play ball with us, you might be going to prison, too. So I totally think the FBI course the victim into making a cooperating and testify testify against Chris. So we just rewind a little bit more. Hear what was happening was Chris Campbell had become this racist guy, which was sad, and that's why we had to get rid of him off as a as a co host of free talk live. He wasn't originally. But when he'd become that he went into this racist world, which is this full of these nasty, ugly characters? Yes, many of the many of whom are actually worse thing Chris Campbell because Chris Cantwell was known for being an a hole he used to actually have that on his business. I interviewed him on the show and certainly in your show freedom to create down from decrypted and he's certainly and I knew him before this, you know a little bit right. But you know he's definitely like racist, but he's not. He's He's kind of like, I don't wanna say boring, but he's kind of like mundane in terms of You know what I think of, as like. He's certainly not a this dangerous individual that the government he talks a big game, but actually push come to shove. Yeah, quite gentle And you know the whole. The whole thing is like, I don't know a single, You know, gay guy or black person That is, like afraid of this guy. I mean, he's how would you describe him, TJ, Because I certainly not running for my life. The thing I like about Chris, I James and I, my husband. We both watched or listened to Chris Cantwell before he got thrown in prison because it's kind of like watching jackass. You know where a guy that is something to himself, and you're like, I could totally see this coming and you just watch him. Kick himself in the sad it's It's more sad like I pity him more than anything else, I think. Well, that being said, I don't think he deserves 20 years in prison for being nasty to somebody. He doesn't deserve a year and he's actually been sitting there a year just waiting to get through this whole trial situation. So he was in this world these Racists and was amongst these people who are just as bad, if not worse than than he is as far as being, you know, just nasty humans. On. He got into a fight with a group of them that called themselves the bold control and the bull Patrol was so named after a murderer named Dylann roof who went in You may recall years ago, a young person went in and shot up a church. I believe it was in South Carolina. And this person had a bowl haircut. They call the Balkans. And so this bold patrol group was a group of Racists who had named themselves sort of in honor of this sick murderer, Dylann roof and they targeted.

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"dylann roof" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This's livewire radio thiss week on the show. We're talking about getting rid of things. But what about letting go of basically everything that you were raised to believe? That is exactly what a guy named Derek Black did when he decided to turn his back on the White nationalist movement. It was a movement that his father had helped create here in the United States on Derek's journey of letting Go of this part of his life was detailed in a series of articles that the Washington Post reporter lights as low who is a Pulitzer Prize winner. By the way, he wrote about Derek Black, and then he turned that into a book. The book is titled Rising Out of Hatred, and We had a lot on the show to talk about this. Back in 2018 at the Alberta Rose Theatre. Check this out. Eli. Welcome to live wire. Thanks. Great to be here. How did you first meet this guy Derek Black. So I was writing about Dylann Roof for the Washington past and Dylan roof. It committed the hate crime murder of about a dozen people at a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina. And Dylan Roof had spent time on this website called Stormfront, which I'd heard of. But I didn't know very much about so in trying to understand the things that Dylann roof had been reading to sort of motivate him. Before this massacre. I went on Stormfront and started reading this site. It's the the largest racist website in the world and has been for two decades running. And the biggest threat on this website. There were plenty of people saying, you know, horribly celebratory things about Dylann roof. But the biggest threat was about somebody named Derek Black. And so I clicked on it and started to read and learn pretty quickly that Derek Black was the rising air to not only this website, but also to this movement in the United States. He was the son of the founder of this message board. The gods, son of David Duke. He'd been raised David Duke for those of you who, fortunately don't know who that is. Yeah, You're lucky. The former Grand Wizard of the KKK. Yeah, exactly. And he had sort of made this guy Derek Black, his protege, and Derek, being really smart and ambitious, had been disastrously successful. In mainstreaming a lot of these terrible ideas, he'd been elected to office. By the time he was 20 years old. He had a deal elected to what kind of office to a Republican Committee seat Florida in Florida? Yep. In West Palm Beach, Florida, which is a pretty diverse place, Let me ask you a little bit about this sort of thing. Stormfront thing and how it related to this movement between what people would call white supremacy or the idea of being a white supremacist and something called white nationalism because I would think those were the same thing. But actually Derek blacks Dad was a big part of trying to move from white supremacy to white nationalism. What's the difference? Sure. They've worked really hard to change the language of this movement to try to sanitize it from a history of bloodshed. But I think the true distinction that is helpful between white supremacy and white nationalism is White supremacy, unfortunately, is endemic to what the United States has been historically and is today were all still living in a country that was built. Unfortunately on a lot of white supremacist ideals, white nationalists, I think properly identifies a smaller group of people who are trying to separate races on two different continents as their end goal. But like the idea, too, was that this guy Derek Black. His father founded this website and was trying to make kind of an intellectual argument, like be the sort of thinking person's racist. Yeah, I mean, Derek's father had also been the head of the clan for a decade in the United States and eventually decided it was more effective to build a gigantic website and eventually to ban all slurs from that website. There's no Nazi insignia. No racial slurs. What they've tried to dio is instead of speaking all the time. Horrible things about people of color and Jews is instead, they're trying to speak to, unfortunately, the fairly widespread and factually incorrect sense of grievance that exists in part of what America this kid Derek Black and I just kind of a passive observer to this, like his dad is starting..

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The lie that invented racism

TED Talks Daily

05:18 min | 2 years ago

The lie that invented racism

"What is up with US white people? I've been thinking about that a lot the last few years and I know I have company. Look I get it. People of Color have been asking that question for centuries. But I think a growing number of white folks are to. Given what's been going on out there In our country. And notice I said what's up with US white people. Does right now, I'm not talking about those white people. The ones with the swastikas in the hoods and the tiki torches. They are a problem, a threat, the perpetrate most of the terrorism in our country as you all in Charlottesville better than most. But I'm talking about something bigger more pervasive. Talking about all of us. White folks writ. Large. And maybe especially people sorta like me. self-described progressive. Don't WANNA be. Racist. Goodway people. Any good white people in the room? I was raised to be that sort of person. I was a little kid in the sixties and seventies, and to give you some sense of my parents actual public opinion polls at the time showed that only a small minority about twenty percent of white Americans approved supported. Martin Luther King and his work with the civil rights. Movement. Wild. Dr King was still alive. I'm proud to say my parents were in that group. Race got talked about in our house. And when the show's about the dealt was raised with come on the television, they would sit us kids down made sure we watched the Sidney Poitier movies roots. The message was loud and clear and I got it. Racism is wrong. Racists are bad people. At the same time we lived in a very white place in Minnesota. And I'll just speak for myself I. think that me to believe. that. Those white racists on the TV screen were being beamed in from some other place. Wasn't about US really. Did Not feel implicated. Now I would say I'm still in recovery from that early impression. I. Got into journalism in part because I cared about things like equality. Justice. For a long time racism was just such a puzzle to me. Why is it still with us when it's so clearly wrong. Why such a persistent force. Maybe. I was puzzled because I wasn't yet in the right place or asking the right questions. Have, you noticed that when? People in our mostly white. Media Report on what they consider to be racial issues what we consider to be racial issues what that usually means that we're pointing our cameras and our microphones are gaze at people of Color. Asking questions like. How are black folks or native Americans Latino or Asian Americans how are they doing? In a given community or with respect to some issue, the economy education. I've done. My share of that kind of journalism over many years. But then George Zimmerman killed. Trayvon Martin. Followed by this unending string of high-profile police shootings of armed black people and the rise of the black lives matter movement. dylann roof in the Charleston. Massacre. Oscarssowhite. All the. Incidents from the day to day of American Life. These overtly racist incidents that we now get to see because they're captured on smartphones sent across the Internet. And beneath those visible events the stubborn data studies showing. Systemic racism. Every institution we have. Housing Segregation. Job Discrimination. The deeply racialist inequities in our schools and criminal justice system. And what really did it for me? I know I'm not alone in this either. The RISE OF DONALD TRUMP. And the discovery that a solid majority of white. Americans. would embrace or at least accept. Such a raw bitter kind of white identity politics. This is all disturbing to me as a human being. As a journalist I found myself. Turning the Lens around. thinking. White folks so the story. Whiteness is a story. And also thinking. Can I do that? What would a podcast series about whiteness sound like?

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"dylann roof" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Tuesday, August, 25th goes the former U. N Ambassador and governor of my home, the Great State of South Carolina. Her name is Nikki Haley. Nikki Haley spoke at the Republican National Convention last night and had this to say America is not a racist country. This is personal for me. I am the proud daughter of Indian immigrants. They came to America and settled in a small southern town. My father wore a turban. My mother wore sari. I was a brown girl in a black and white world. We face discrimination and hardship. But my parents never gave in to agreements and hate what happened. When you hit things like that. You feel like you had the Jamaican restaurant ordering a goat oxtail combo, and they tell you they have no more goat oxtail you like. Excuse me. There's no What? Well, can I get a beef? Patty? We have no more Patties, either. There's no way There's no goat oxtail. No beef, Patty. Well, what am I here for? Okay, Some things are expected. Something's a staples and what oxtail and goat are to a Jamaican restaurant. Racism is to America. And just like I'm disappointing. When did you make in restaurant tells me they have none of those things. I'm disappointed. To hear Nikki Haley tried to tell me America don't have no racism. Okay? America was built on racism. The very foundation of this country is racist. Okay, stop. But I'm not even gonna get into that right now. You know? Why are we even entertaining this conversation? At least When did you make in spite tells us they don't got go. They really don't have no goat. Nikki Haley is acting like America, You know, doesn't Have a white supremacist ideology does not racism in policing discrimination everywhere and segregation Still in everyday American life. We just watch the black man Jacob Blake gets shot several times in the back in front of his kids and Wisconsin for just attempting to get in his car. So stop it. Nikki Haley, okay? Nikki Haley said at our own mouth. Not at her and her family. Experienced discrimination for being Indian. Okay, What do you think that discrimination was Nikki? Okay, Where do you think that discrimination stem from? Yu, said Yu, a brown girl who grew up in a black and white world. You said your family faced discrimination in the hardship. But you got the nerve to start off that statement, saying racism doesn't exist. Nikki Haley, Do you remember when you remove the Confederate flag off the state House lawn in South Carolina Back in 2015. After years and years of black people in Colombia protest into Take that flag down my whole life. Brothers and sisters are protesting to take that flag down in Columbia. South Carolina has looked at 803. Do you remember one of the reasons you said you took that flag down because I do. You said, and I quote I even read it this morning on CNN just to make sure I got this quote directly from CNN. You said the national conversation about being viewed differently because of your ethnicity forced you Nikki to reflect on your days growing up as a minority in a small town and stop Carolina, you said one day your father drove to Colombia to buy produce at a fruit stand when two police officers were called to the stand. To keep their eyes on your father. Those were your words. Nikki Haley. You said the office is just stood at the register and tell your father made his purchase. You said Nikki Haley and I quoted I quote, cause I'm quoting you. I remember how bad that felt and my dad went to the register shook their hands say thank you paid for his things. And not a word was said going home. I knew what it just happened. Nikki Haley said that produce Dan is still there, and every time I drive by it, I still feel that pain. I realize that Confederate flag was the same pain that so many people were feeling in quote. Nikki Haley. That's racism. That's discrimination. That's bigotry. Okay, now, see, this is the equivalent of being a Jamaican restaurant. And now I'm telling you, there's no goat on no oxtail and I can literally see two slabs of oxtail and gold into back. Alright, you handing out plates oxtail and go to everybody but me or telling me there is no Nicky, knock it off. Okay, not to mention you. Contradicted yourself last made quite a few times. Because you even know why the flag came down because a white supremacist named Dylan roof shot nine beautiful black souls in Amy. You spoke about a man. You and me in downtown Charleston. You spoke about it last night. Listen. It doesn't have to be like this. It wasn't like this in South Carolina. Five years ago, our state came face to face with evil. A white supremacist walked into Mother Emanuel Church during Bible study. 12, African Americans pulled up a chair and prayed with him for an hour. Then he began to shoot after that horrific tragedy. We didn't turn against each other. We came together black and White, Democrat and Republican together. We made the hard choice is needed to heal and removed a divisive symbol peacefully. And respectfully out of your own mouth. You referred to Dylann roof was a white supremacist now, Nikki Haley. I'm not the highest grade of weed in the dispensary. Okay? I graduated from night school in months corner. South Carolina. Two years past schedule are supposed to graduate in 1996 graduated in 1998 from night school. Nikki, you know that South Carolina's right 44 out of 50 states when it comes to education, So you know I'm not the brightest, but I can Google And just to make sure I was accurate on my definition of white supremacy. I googled it this morning in the definition of white supremacy is the racist. Belief that white people are superior to those of other races. I repeat, the definition of white supremacy is the racist belief that white people are superior to those of other races. You referred to Dylann Roof is a white supremacist. So you know what white supremacy is, You know is the racist beliefs. So why the hell do you think that that the racism doesn't exist in American Nicky? I don't know what you're trying to say last night. I am not the White Whisperer. Maybe she meant to say all Americans aren't races which is true. Okay? What? The system of America. The systems that exist in America are all inherently racist, period poo. Okay, what I'm trying to tell you, Nikki Haley is there is oxtail and go in a cage. And you are lying to me telling me that there's no oxtail and go in naked that it was a man who spoke at the RNC last night after you, Dickie. His name was Donald Trump Jr. I don't.

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9/11 Trial Faces Another Delay: New Guantánamo Lawyer Wants 30 Months to Prepare

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

9/11 Trial Faces Another Delay: New Guantánamo Lawyer Wants 30 Months to Prepare

"The 9 11 trial was scheduled to begin in January in Guantanamo Bay. But NPR's Sasha Pfeiffer reports looks increasingly unlikely now that a new defense lawyer in the case says he needs 2.5 years to prepare. David Brooks. Past clients include Charleston, South Carolina, Church shooter Dylann Roof and one of the Boston Marathon Bombers. He's now the new lead attorney for Ramzi Bin Al Shibh, one of the five men charged in the September 11th 2001 terror attacks. He was appointed because his predecessor left the case. Brooke says an illegal filing He hasn't even met al sheep yet and faces hundreds of hours of work just reading more than 33,000 pages of hearing transcripts. He estimates it will take him at least 30 months to prepare for trial. That would be well after next year's 20th anniversary of 9 11 and the price tag of Guantanamo already more than $6 billion would continue to

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"dylann roof" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dylann roof walked into historic mother Emmanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina joined in a prayer meeting and then shot and killed nine church members the massacre brought grief anger and it brought change then South Carolina governor Nikki Haley tomorrow morning at ten AM we will see the Confederate flag come down today dylann roof is on death row and the debate over Confederate symbols rages on Jim Ryan ABC news vice president Mike pence a Wall Street journal op ed this morning says there is no second coronavirus waving praises president trump's leadership throughout the pandemic the justice department is suing to stop the publication of former national security adviser John Bolton's new book a book is due out a week from today you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK governor Newsom is defending California's peace and re opening as the state entered stage three of its we open plan over the weekend Newsome said people can't be locked up for months on end but urges Californians to not let their guard down the former U. S. Air Force sergeant accused of killing police officers during protests is facing federal murder charges the FBI announced that Stephen curry is being charged with the murder of federal security officer Pat Underwood he's also facing murder charges of the California police sergeant Damon guts Willer amounting to nineteen felonies overall and could face the death penalty PG&E is being held accountable for the deaths of eighty four people in the twenty eighteen fire that gutted the town of paradise the company's CEO bill Johnson pled guilty Tuesday to individual felony counts of involuntary manslaughter making it the deadliest corporate crime in U. S. history I'm new to my guys from the KPK traffic.

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"dylann roof" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on KOMO

"Dylann roof walked into historic mother Emmanuel Amy church in Charleston South Carolina joined in a prayer meeting and then shot and killed nine church members the massacre brought grief anger and it brought change then South Carolina governor Nikki Haley tomorrow morning at ten AM we will see the Confederate flag come down today dylann roof is on death row and the debate over Confederate symbols rages on Jim Ryan ABC news vice president Mike pence a Wall Street journal op ed this morning says there is no second coronavirus waving praises president trump's leadership throughout the pandemic the justice department is suing to stop the publication of former national security adviser John Bolton's new book a book is due out a week from today you're listening to ABC news komo news arts Sanders now your top local stories from the commode twenty four seven news center governor Inslee's chief of staff David postman says the new modeling numbers for the spread of coronavirus in Washington are concerning what's most alarming though here's the modeling that you see when you say if you do not take action right away we will see a giant increase in cases and will be in the suit it will be a lot like what we saw before it could even be worse he says some of the model sure feared second wave we've heard may hit in the fall could hit in August postman says it's important for people to avoid large gatherings stay six feet apart and wear masks quoting him here he says people need to refocus on that if they want to keep their counties open and in business governor Inslee's warning eastern Washington it is very clear that something has to change the current status in course we're on in Yakima valley is frankly disaster yeah can my county's infection rate is twenty eight times that of king county now your como traffic in fall city westbound highway two oh two there's a single lane closed for roadwork between southeast thirty First Street and three twenty fourth Avenue southeast until five AM this is affecting traffic in each direction and in Bellevue the eastbound I. ninety H. O. V. ramp to I. four five is closed till five AM and the eastbound I. ninety exit to Factoria Boulevard is also closed for roadwork until five AM I'm J. Phillips como twenty four seven traffic the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk why everybody Wednesday morning good looking whether a nice stretch.

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"dylann roof" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Cunningham the great American. We're told by match timing that former President Barack Hussein Obama May. Speak at five o'clock today, and if so Eddie and the rock are gonNA play it for you at five o'clock, and we anticipate to hear what he has to say. The many voices must be heard. He had a chances on these difficulties and we had Ferguson. We had Dylann roof we had we had sunny. We had so many difficulties in Baltimore Etcetera. So Freddie Gray so let's see what happens. Get everyone's opinion. One thing I tried to do here is not being ideologue. What I. I WANNA. Do have practical solutions. Get you involved in the in the discussion in here all opinions, not just mine, not just yours not just Tony Benders, but everybody's opinion. Seven, four, nine, seven thousand pound, seven, hundred new eighteen t you're welcome to join the conversation and it's not going to be a dialogue. The best thing to do is have a situation where all of us listen to each other and come away with the idea that your voice has been heard. At least that's the plan. Now. Last night, paying attention issue. I watch simultaneously everything. And watching what's happening in New York I'm Watson Los. Angeles is night was relatively better Chicago. Philadelphia of course was terrible and look at my beautiful hometown to Cincinnati with I believe many believe this is the best place in the world to live is right here. And Carl Lewis. Eminent criminal defense attorney came on with me a couple of days ago. We talked about how blessed we are live in Cincinnati and not blessed eleven, these other cities that have tremendous problems I. Fear is an American. There's going to be in emptying out of our cities. Because of blacks and whites fleeing because of difficulties with race relations and also difficulties with income taxes. You can't send your kid to the public schools, because the generally they stink, and there's municipal taxes through the roof when I speak to my friends on city council, the city because of the krona virus had about an eighty million dollar deficit. There's about fifteen to twenty million dollar built. Built in deficit every year. It's updating million and I'm told by someone on city council that every day they're spending well over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars system overtime so the time this thing is done. They're going to have maybe as much as one to two million dollars more in in cost because of the extension of the curfews and they used the police department the. The best in the nation, and then also the fact that there's less work being done, and the city lives and dies off the two point one percent earnings tax, so there's less money coming in more money going out, and that's a recipe for disaster. No one I know is in favour of racism sexism of any of anytime. No one I'm ask Nathan back, rock, this about. About fifteen or twenty minutes, and that is, how's it possible that Wall Street is triumph as vine. Street is collapsing, and I don't mean collapsing immorally. I mean collapsing economic I can't imagine what it would like to have a business on Vine Street in which if you're a restaurant or a bar, you must maintain six foot separations, which is ridiculous. That governor Outta resend that immediately. One of the most popular tweets I sent out recently is how can you contend on one hand? There's a covert nineteen virus is going to kill us all we all my die so therefore we have to wear masks. We got his shutdown. We have to be socially distant, but on the other hand, the same governors are saying get out there and protest Yell Scream and shout respiratory spittle, going all over the place screaming at people in close proximity, and somehow that's your right to do. Both cannot be true, and so if what they're telling us about covert nineteen is accurate. I would anticipate in the next five fifteen days all the hospitals in Cincinnati going to be overwhelmed with covert nineteen patients, because there was certainly no social distancing happening on the rioting looting, and the protesting the last several nights in Cincinnati. And, so I anticipate what they said was going to happen. The end of March is going to happen maybe in the in the middle of June. A racism is something that has existed from the beginning of time, and we'll exist throughout the end of time it is a thought is not a thing that can be outlawed, and therefore it won't occur. We have crimes outlawed, and they happen all the time you can outlaw. Something doesn't mean it doesn't occur. And I, ask you to consider this. As you know my background with judge. Leslie Isaiah Gains. Judge Robert Vito Franklin. African American attorneys I practiced with for years and my work and the law firm of Katzman, Logan and helper, Jewish law for I used a term, and so I've Kinda run the I've run the gamut and the Public Defenders Office and Emily County probably half for more. My clients were African American, when I practiced a lot of criminal defense work with less gains. Almost all my clients were African Americans I. Don't actively practice much anymore, but when I go down to room a still more than half the individuals there. There are African American. My life has been oriented toward understanding working with African. Americans on my TV show, six hundred fifty proud episodes, the great majority of my guest and York City where African Americans that I relate to very well. I have no difficulty whatsoever as I did on Sunday afternoon after the so-called riots and looting and the windows broken ot are walking up to group of black is is a what's going on. Have no fear at all. Because of my background orientation and from that I can say this. We have had especially in the past twenty years. Numerous African American Judges Trial Prosecutors, probation officers may lifts in clerks. Also, some two, two, two, hundred and fifty. Black officers in the city of Cincinnati many members of the Sentinel, which is the black police group, but also just those who every day a walker in and around the city of Cincinnati and they actually patrol the streets. We've had the last three police chiefs have all been African American Block Wall Craig and and Xavier's own Elliott, Isaac City Managers Milton Donnie and of course. After that, too, we had name name eludes me and now we got Patrie do Haney. And City Manager Harry Block. So we have a city completely controlled directly or indirectly by African Americans, and there's nothing wrong with that. Because it was earned, it wasn't given you don't become a police chief by mistake. You don't become a judge by mistake. You don't become a cop by mistake. Do things in your life then made that possible, and so when someone? How many county commission say that racism is a public health Whatever term you WANNA, use. Racism is a sin and many times. It's a crime. Racism is wrong. Sexism is wrong. anti-semitism is wrong. I've worked with many African American. Lawyers and judges my whole professional life. I've not yet heard that judge. Ted Berry sees racism and the Hamilton. County justice system, and he is the judge. One Way may want to advocate as an attorney for certain outcome, but the judge sitting on the bench with the black robes on. Saying what the sentences there in complete control of the courtroom. And I'M NOT GONNA make public private conversations. But I'll say this if judge Ted Berry. whose father was the first black mayor of Cincinnati Theodore Berry?.

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Charleston: Dylann Roof went on hunger strike on federal death row

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Charleston: Dylann Roof went on hunger strike on federal death row

"The young white man convicted of killing nine African Americans in a South Carolina church claims he's being abused while serving out his life sentence Charleston South Carolina church shooter dylann roof staged a hunger strike this month on death row at the federal prison in terre Haute Indiana the twenty five year old white supremacist alleged and letters from prison that he's been quote targeted by staff verbally harassed and abused without cause and treated disproportionately harsh roof shot and killed by members of historica manually in the church during a Wednesday night Bible study in June of twenty

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"dylann roof" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For details on the new discovery sport Land Rover above and beyond here's Michael Barnes thank you very much Nathan Bernie Sanders felt the burden of his front runner status in the democratic presidential race is all six of his rivals delivered an onslaught of attacks at last night's debate during the debate on CBS and heard on Bloomberg radio Sanders explained his stance on gun safety and at the end all right because of all these disgusting and horrific mass shootings the American people now understand that we must be aggressive on gun safety not being dictated to by the end all right and I am proud that I have a D. minus voting record from the already if elected president it will get worse than that Elizabeth Warren accused Sanders of stealing details of her healthcare plan former vice president Joe Biden talked about Russia interfering with the U. S. election process we in fact should be imposing sanctions on Russia for their interference Michael Bloomberg said Russia's intelligence services favors senator Sanders because Vladimir Putin wants president Donald Trump to be reelected we should mention Michael Bloomberg is the founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP the parent company a Bloomberg radio three of the jurors who convicted Republican operative Roger stone for lying to Congress and witness tampering testified that political bias played no role in their decision pushing back against Jones contention that he deserves a new trial Senate Democrats have blocked a pair Republican bills that would ban most late term abortions Bloomberg's ed Baxter has the story minority leader Chuck Schumer says this is just fake and dishonest in a side show but they're putting them on the floor anyway to pander to the hard right and to cover up the fact that they won't provide good health care for women Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he can't understand the hot debate at all of the files the Lakers and Kerr political party could find cause to object to this basic protection for babies the measures have been defeated multiple times in the past few years in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak white supremacists and mass murderer dylann roof apparently staged a recent hunger strike according to the Associated Press roof detailed his protest in a series of letters alleging he was being targeted by prison staff verbally harassed and abused the twenty five year old roof is on death row in terre Haute Indiana prison for killing nine black church members during a Bible study in Charleston South Carolina global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists metals and more than a hundred twenty countries on Michael bart this is Bloomberg hi Michael thanks for just before six thirty six on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg NBC sports update with John Stennis shower maybe couple years ago Louis Severino was the eighty eighth after two straight all star seasons he was third in the cy young voting in twenty seventeen and nineteen game one of the following campaign but Severino was injured almost all of last season and is twenty twenty season is over before it begins headed for Tommy John surgery to replace a partially torn ligament in his elbow was not detected during several offseason exams in the near one hundred year history of the Rangers they have never had a road winning streak like this eight in a row the eighth coming last night overtime at the islanders SG thriller at the Coliseum Rangers lead three one third period islanders tide of rock mills in goal with just eighteen seconds left and and twenty eight seconds.

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Dylann Roof went on hunger strike on federal death row

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Dylann Roof went on hunger strike on federal death row

"White supremacists and mass murderer dylann roof apparently staged a recent hunger strike according to the Associated Press roof detailed his protest in a series of letters alleging he was being targeted by prison staff verbally harassed and abused the twenty five year old roof is on death row in terre Haute Indiana prison for killing nine black church members during a Bible study in Charleston South

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Nobody Belongs at Rikers... Not Even Harvey Weinstein

The Breakdown with Shaun King

07:42 min | 2 years ago

Nobody Belongs at Rikers... Not Even Harvey Weinstein

"I loathe Harvey Weinstein. Not just in some generic way. The man was violent and abusive to people that have come to know over these past few years. He Literally Encouraged Hillary Clinton's twenty sixteen presidential campaign to target and harass my dear friend the late Eric Garner as she became an effective campaigner for Bernie. I saw the emails to the campaign and I talk with Erica about that in it terrified her to see this man a man in power. She was struggling at that point in her life. Just an everyday person fighting for justice for a father into see that Harvey Weinstein knew her. It was throwing her under the bus in emails to the campaign concerned. Her as of yesterday Harvey Weinstein is now a convicted sex offender now. I am nothing but glad that he's being held accountable for his abuses period. End OF STORY DOT COM. No IFS ands or buts soon. After the world realized that he was being sent to rikers. Which is the primary jail for all of New York City? As soon as people learned he was being sent there just as all convicted men in New York City are the conversation went somewhere that I just can't support and I understand it so let me just say that up front. I understand the conversation and I understand that revenge. In some ways is primal and Harvey. Weinstein has used his white privilege his wealth. His power is used those things to assault women into ruin people's lives and careers for decades and man was able to do it over and over and over again because powerful people had no intention of ever holding him accountable and so when the news got out that Harvey Weinstein was on his way to rikers. I saw people saying all over social media things that I simply refuse to say. I'll explain why in a second but people began saying they hoped Harvey Weinstein would be put in solitary confinement. They hoped he'd be beat down. They hope the guards would turn the other way. I saw people say they hope Harvey Weinstein would be raped. Get a taste of his own medicine. In four moment as the online mob against him grew the word. Rikers was literally the top trending topic in the world and it was mainly just because people are celebrating that somebody like Harvey Weinstein was finally going to experience the hell that black and Brown New Yorkers have experienced since long before I was born in again. Let me say I get the anger. The man did horrible criminal things. But let me explain why I can't join in on some of the remarks that people are saying last year after generations of just chewing people up and spitting them out. The city of New York finally voted to officially closed down rikers island correctional facility. Now it's GonNa take years for it to fully shutdown but the place is a hell hole year in and year out. Tens of thousands of New Yorkers primarily black and Brown New Yorkers primarily poor New Yorkers. They are taken there. But nobody who emerges from rikers is ever the same in. It's literally a one in a million chance that somebody like Harvey Weinstein ever has to suffer there because the people that get beaten and battered in raped and stabbed and slashed their at rikers. They're not rich white executives. In fact before Harvey Weinstein could even get to rikers before they ever took him there. They actually diverted the car and took him to a hospital instead. And so as I record this at this moment at least he's not even actually at rikers but I can tell you who is thousands of poor black and Brown. Young people people suffering through mental illness and drug addiction. But I getting the most brutal form of incarceration instead of any type of treatment. So I can't cheer Harvey going to rikers because I know it's almost never him or men like him in the systems and structures that people want to chew Harvey Weinstein up those systems and structures. They rarely chew men like that up. They'll rarely do that instead. It's going to be happening to the most marginalized men among us. Let me close with this thought. We have a great new ad from one of our sponsors that I can't wait to share with you. The same reason that I can't cheer on Harvey Weinstein going to rikers. Listen again. I'm glad that he was convicted. But I can't cheer anything about rikers in the same reason exists for why I don't cheer when White Supremacists get the death penalty. Listen in full transparency. Something awful in me. Sometimes once those men to die. I'm not. I'm not proud of it but I admit it. I don't like feeling that way but I don't have a soft spot in my heart for Dylann roof but again here's what I know it's that it's not normally white supremacists that are being executed in this country. That's bad who's going to the electric chamber. That's not who's going to the electric chair rather or the gas chamber instead it's black men. It's poor black men to be more specific. They are the single most likely group of Americans to be executed so when I cheer on the execution for Man. That's really the exception to the rule and not the rule. I'm basically cheering it on for everybody else as well. I can't cheer rikers. I can't share the death penalty and part of being a modern day. Abolitionist is having actual principles that are centered on the fact that the whole damn system of mass incarceration needs to be torn down. It does that doesn't mean there's not a way for Harvey Weinstein to get justice. But you won't hear me cheering on rikers. Never that

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"dylann roof" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Snow mixed in away from the coast temperatures climbing into the low forties right now it is forty degrees in Boston anti semitic graffiti thought of the campus of Worcester state university it was discovered yesterday the classroom on the third floor of the learning resource center the university's president berry Maloney calls it reprehensible coming so close to the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz governor deal Keating says the problem the anti semitism is getting worse in the US and across Europe he's chairman a subcommittee hearing about it we must do more this type of violence and hate is unacceptable if we want to call ourselves democratic societies reaffirming our commitment to address in this isn't enough as governments we must act we must do the difficult work of changing the laws and policies as well as the language we use so that innocent people are not killed or harassed because of who they are Keating says he hopes Congress and lawmakers across Europe form a United front against such hate a man who carried out a deadly rampage at a well known southern churches asking for a new trial white supremacist dylann roof has appealed his federal court conviction and death sentence roof shot and killed nine African Americans during a Wednesday night Bible study at historical manual Amy church in Charleston South Carolina he became the first person to receive the death penalty for a federal hate crime roof told FBI agents after his arrest he wanted the shootings to bring back segregation or start a race war Jim chrysalis CBS news NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he and the players union are both concerned about Antonio brown's well being a former star played one game for the patriots is now off house arrest we want to help get him on the right track and get him in a position where he is in the in the zone where he thinks he can be successful in life brown still faces burglary battery charges after his arrest earlier in Hollywood Florida Goodell spoke in Miami at his annual Superbowl press conference this year's Superbowl it's going to be historic Super Bowl fifty four will actually be the first time in the NFL's hundred year history that five African American officials will work in a game Richard Lapchick director of the institute for diversity and ethics in sport is quoted in USA today saying people don't always notice the officials even though they're in very visible positions but this is noticeable at almost the opposite effect to the coaching situation among all thirty two NFL teams there are four head coaches and just one general manager of color that is correspondent leases save course the Super Bowl in Miami coming up this Sunday the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco forty Niners if you can hear the radio make sure you take the radio with you wherever you go it is easy to do just download the I heart radio app to your mobile device.

Man who killed nine at South Carolina black church appeals conviction, death sentence

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Man who killed nine at South Carolina black church appeals conviction, death sentence

"White supremacist dylann roof is appealing his convictions and death sentence in the massacre of nine black church members in South Carolina his lawyers argue he was mentally ill when he represented himself during his trial Ruth became the first person to be ordered executed for a federal hate crime when he was sentenced to death for opening fire during a Bible study session at a manual A. M. E. church in Charleston back on June seventeenth twenty fifteen roof told FBI agents he one of the shootings to bring back segregation or perhaps start a

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Dylann Roof appeals conviction, sentence in Charleston massacre

America in the Morning

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Dylann Roof appeals conviction, sentence in Charleston massacre

"White supremacist dylann roof has appealed his conviction and death sentence in the massacre of nine black church members in South Carolina dylann roof's lawyers argue he was mentally ill when he represented himself during his capital trial roof became the first person to be ordered executed for federal hate crime when he was sentenced to death for opening fire during a Bible study session at a manual A. M. E. church in Charleston in June of twenty fifteen roof told FBI agents that he wanted the shootings to bring back segregation or perhaps start a

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Lawsuit over faulty background check allowed to proceed

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Lawsuit over faulty background check allowed to proceed

"A federal appeals court has reinstated a lawsuit over a faulty background check that allow dylann roof to buy the gun he used to kill nine people in a racist attack at a South Carolina church a three judge panel of the fourth US circuit court of appeals Friday reverse lower court judge who threw out the lawsuit brought by survivors and relatives of people killed in the two thousand fifteen

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Lawsuit over faulty background check on Charleston shooter allowed to proceed

Sean Hannity

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Lawsuit over faulty background check on Charleston shooter allowed to proceed

"A lawsuit over a faulty background check that allow dylann roof to buy the gun used to kill nine people in a racist attack at a South Carolina church was reinstated Friday by a federal appeals court a three judge panel of the fourth US circuit court of appeals reversed a ruling from a lower court judge you throughout the claims brought by relatives of people killed in the two thousand fifteen massacre at Charleston's a ME Emmanuel church am by survivors the lower court judge found that the government was immune from liability the appeals court

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President Trump speaks after weekend of mass shootings

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

03:03 min | 3 years ago

President Trump speaks after weekend of mass shootings

"President trump has spoken out on the mass shootings in el Paso and date our hearts are shattered for every family whose parents children husbands and wives were ripped from their arms and their lives ical weeps for the fall and the president also offered an apology to Mexico for the deaths of its citizens in the shooting in el Paso ABC's Erin to Turkey spoke with White House correspondent Jordan Phelps and senior investigative reporter Josh Margolin Jordan I'm struck he mentioned several areas of potential action not much on guns yeah it was a bit of a contrast from what we were expecting pulling the president's morning tweet saying that we should come together on background checks the president not really dabbling in that too much in his remarks instead going into the dangers of social media and of extremism festering on the internet and in video games he also talked a good deal about mental health but we didn't hear much in the way of specific legislative proposals he's willing to get behind that we did say he's ready to talk about other ideas and he of course cited a couple of modest pieces of legislation that he signed into law last year the fix Nick's act in the stop school violence axes were rather targeted in in modest acts compare to something like universal background checks which of course is what Democrats are now calling for in the wake of these deadly shooting CBC's Jordan Phelps at the White House for us ABC news senior investigative reporter Josh Margolin is here with us he proposed legislation for the death penalty for these mass shooters but you can't really do that well Erin there already is a death penalty for people who are found guilty of committing hate crimes that lead to the death we actually have seen that in in in South Carolina dylann roof the Matt mother Emanuel church shooter was sentenced to death that really wasn't the issue what was notable here is that the president decried that the hatred that fueled by social media without addressing one way or the other the his own comments on social media that have been so badly criticized ABC news senior investigative reporter Josh Margolin after the president delivered what appeared to be Joshua a rather a place holder statement there was no definitive action called for or or legislation that he would support and as you say nothing to acknowledge his own role in in the overheated political climate of the country one can't criticize the president's statement for what was this morning in that he he decried what occurred he'd call the domestic terrorism the way that some commentators were insisting that he call the attack in el Paso he left himself the ability to move forward if there is bipartisan support for addressing assault weapons for addressing background checks for other kinds of gun measures he he has enough room to move there if not if we see what we've always seen which is that Congress is unwilling to take up gun measures the president hasn't offended anybody that's ABC's Erin to Turkey speaking with investigative reporter Josh

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Replacement anxiety: White supremacist terrorism

The Economist: The Intelligence

09:38 min | 3 years ago

Replacement anxiety: White supremacist terrorism

"Zealand has spent the weekend morning. Fifty people who killed when a white supremacist gunman. Open fire. It two mosques during Friday prayers. Dozens more still in a critical condition in hospital cabinet today. Made in principle decisions around the reform of our gun laws. Prime minister descendant spoke to journalists today after meeting with cabinet to discuss changing gun control laws. This alternate means that within ten days of this horrific act of terrorism we will have announced reforms, which will I believe make L community safer. Almost all weapons about ninety four percent of New Zealand's weapons on registered Illinois Whitehead is reporting from New Zealand for the economist makes an outlier kind of almost anywhere in the western world apart from the United States. So that means that you can kind of stockpile weapons. Brenton Tarrant had a license wasn't a prior offender. He wasn't police watch less that he was able to get a gun license and he owned semi automatic weapons. He was able to procure legally. So the question was clearly raised that he picked New Zealand naught, Australia because of the more permissive environment because it was easier for him to procure the weapons Boutros dues. Also, put a spotlight on white supremacists. As the prime minister knowledged on Friday, the attack through questions about how security agencies had failed spot a man who written extensively online about his beliefs and his intentions community and police focused on extremism of every kind give. Global indicators around five right extremism. Our intelligence community has been steeping up their investigations in this area. The individual charge with mood it head not come to the attention of the intelligence community, nor the police for extremism the man accused of the shooting a twenty eight year old named Brinton Harrison Tarrant appeared in court on Saturday. He's a stray leeann the judge route one murder charge and said Moore would likely follow. Meanwhile, people gathered across New Zealand to remember the victims. A massive outpouring public grief and sympathy. So you've had vigils of being held here and across the country. I was in Christ Church today where there was a vigil organized by some school-children secondary school children outside the larger of the two mosques that was attacked the one where most of the casualties were sustained the people. I'm speaking to just saying where the attacker had had clearly wanted to drive a wedge between the Muslim community and the white community of New Zealand. He's he's kind of achieved exactly the opposite of that before the shooting. No did people think that Australia New Zealand how to program with white supremacism yet? Look in easy Lund's. I think less people are sort of saying again, and again that they are surprise. There is some members of the Muslim community say yes on detains of Islam. Phobia and racism have been rising. But for the most part, they say, you know, what this is this is actually a very tolerant, very harmonious almost uniquely hunt. How many society, but Australia is very different. And I think that those of racism and Islam have become much more prevalent in public culture over the last two decades, the most the most obvious one is pulling Hanson. He's. A Senate to one nation, which is a populous party in Australia, and she's kind of complaining constantly about tax on western civilization about anti white racism, clearly invoking, the sort of nationalist white supremacists. Kind of language. She moved a motion in the parliament last year, which stated that it's okay to be white. There's another Senator in independent who cooled in his maiden speech in parliament for a final solution to immigration, so Nova some pretty extreme anti immigrant rhetoric in Australian politics, but there's a big difference between that and going into a mosque. Yes. It is. Indeed. But these people studying the far-right say that they believe what's happening is essentially, these fringe groups, and there's a diffuse number of kind of NIA Nasi, ethnic, nationalist, white supremacist groups in Australia, which do remain fringe up. But they have been. Legitimized to degree by this kind of discourse. And by the discourse in some of the conservative media was the next up in the police investigation and then presumably trial. So Brenton town has been charged with one count of murder. He's he's going to appear again before court in April, April the fifth where he faces where the question is. I was what's up more other charges will be brought against him because they will at theoretically, he could face fifty counts of murder because that is the death toll at the moment. Fifty other could still rise. He could also be charged with acts of terrorism clearly any of those could carry life sentences. Eleanor. Thank you. Thanks, john. The long screed against immigrants posted by the gunman online before the attack part of which was live streamed to viewers underlines the importance of social networks in radicalizing people and spreading hateful ideas. Violent. Wait extremists. Usa be distributed. Among small fringe, white supremacist groups that were actually organized fringe political organizations. Matt stained glass is reporting on far-right extremism for the economist. More recently white supremacist, violent ideology is more matter of diffuse chat rooms on the internet and people getting interested ideas, and it's less matter of actual organized groups that can be clearly tracked by law enforcement about can you tell us a bit about the manifesto, the shoot published and also the medium it was published on. I mean on the one hand you don't want to give too much publicity to this stuff on the other hand. It's kind of hard to understand his. Nation without looking at it. I think it's exactly right that you don't want to do the terrorist job for him by repeating his manifesto. But the ideas that are in it are so central to the current white supremacist movement that you really need to understand something about them to understand why he engaged in terrorism engaged in the titled has been festival the great replacement, and that is an idea that's been kicking around since the nineteen seventies. But his gained a lot of currency read recently that immigration to Europe and to white western countries by people from non western backgrounds isn't just a matter of people immigrating for their own reasons for economic reasons, but as part of the giant plot to replace white people with people of other races. It's very panicky paranoid conspiratorial way of you in the world, and it gives the white supremacists and excuse to engage in violence because allow. Them to picture people of other races who are moving to western countries as invaders need to be stopped. I haven't read seventy four pages of the manifesto, but the bits I've have read remind me quite a lot of the manifesto Dylann roof shooter in South Carolina in twenty fifteen who shot wash oppose the mother Emmanuel church boasted, very similar ideas about whites being replaced. Yeah. There are a lot of Larry's between what the New Zealand shooter road, and what road and also under spry in Norway road, and that coherence is possibly the most troubling thing about the ideas behind this attack. There's a common playbook available now to everybody in the global white supremacist movement. And these ideas are just at hand for anybody who wants to wants an excuse to pick up a gun and engage in political violence is it possible. Say anything meaningful about how wide spread this problem is from almost from police. Point of view. I mean on the one hand presumably, the number of people who prepared to take up and shoot total strangers for some crackpot theory is relatively small, but on the other hand, this shoot seems to spend a lot of time on web forums where these kind of ideas discussed whether a lot of people the scale of violent rightwing extremism is smaller than the scandal Islam extremism, but the unpredictable nature those attacks as as you say is what's troubling? There's a terrorism expert in Germany who has comp with an idea Daniel Kohler who's come up with an idea called high of terrorism, which is the sense that there are people lurking on chat groups, and you never know which of them is suddenly going to get it into his head that he ought to stop just saying nasty things on the internet and go out and take action, unquote. Which is exactly what this played out. If you look at the chats. Were going on on a chan- this board that he was frequenting he characterized as the moment to stop talking and start doing something. And I think there's a sense among security experts that the problem with this with this current type of white supremacist terrorism. Is you can't predict who is just out there saying obnoxious nonsense on the internet, and who might eventually actually go out and do something about

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"dylann roof" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Has been held for more than twice. Twenty days the legal limit for detaining children under the Florus agreement a law. The Trump administration is seeking to change on Capitol Hill. House lawmakers approved a Bill Thursday to expand background checks for firearms purchases from three to ten days. The Bill would close what's been dubbed the Charleston loophole under which white supremacists. Dylann roof was able to purchase a gun used to massacre nine worshippers at the Emmanuel AME church in Charleston, South Carolina. Thursday's vote followed another gun control Bill approved Wednesday to strengthen federal background checks that Bill came under fire from immigrant rights groups after some Democrats defected and it helped approve a last minute amendment offered by Republicans that would require ice immigration customs enforcement officials be notified anytime, an undocumented immigrant tries to buy a gun. Both house spills facing uphill battle in the Republican controlled Senate. And the White House has signalled. It would veto the nationals the house intelligence committee said Thursday of plans to. Interview Trump organization chief financial officer, Alan we so Burg following the explosive testimony of President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen on Capitol Hill this week Cohen will return to Capitol Hill later this month alongside Russian-born real estate. Developer Felix Seder to testify about their involvement in the Trump Tower Moscow project Seder will testify publicly before the house intelligence committee on March fourteenth Cohen is expected to testify on March. Sixth Virginia's first lady Pam north them has apologized after she handed out cotton to African American students touting the governor touring the governor's mansion and ask them to imagine. Being an enslaved cotton picker the incident came as governor Ralph Northam democrat continues to resist mounting calls from within his own party to step down. After claims he posed for racist photo scene in his nineteen Eighty-four medical school. Yearbook page depicting a man wearing black face next to a man wearing a Ku Klux Klan outfit north has denied that he is in the photo. But he did admit to wearing black face on another occasion that same year and apologized after the latest enter after the latest incident with his wife Li dosier Walker. The mother of one of the students handed cotton by first lady Pam Northam said in a statement, quote, the governor and MRs Northam have asked the residents of the Commonwealth to forgive them for their racially insensitive past actions,.

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"dylann roof" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"dylann roof" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Right now. I wanted to mention something else RIC on the today show tomorrow, they're going to interview nNcholas Sandman Sandman. The Sandman nNcholas San mass the Covington high school student the grinning student with a make-america-great-again hat kid, kind of joy Lugano the NASCAR guy. Yeah. Joey Logano a. Yeah. So savannah, Guthrie's going to interview him tomorrow and already the people people on the left are losing their crap. Look at some of these people are saying, oh, just scroll through social media. I just some dude named Eric garland. Do you think? Peppy? The frog is available for Thursday show can Dylann roof do a segment from prison heart to heart with some fitting, all traffickers Dylann roof school soon, he's he's this whoever the Eric garland guys the blue checkmark next through his name. He was comparing the grinning high school student to a school shooter smirked at he grinned at a guy beating drum in his face. And then here on our show on our Twitter feed at hammer and Nigel we mentioned this yesterday. Okay. If you don't know anything about sports lay off the basketball game that Covington high schools played because there's pictures going around of the kids on the bench holding up. What some people would say the, okay? So. Sign your fingers in a circle three fingers up. A lot of people are saying look those kids that's the white power sign. Hey, dummy, if also the signal for a three pointer, so if somebody hits a three pointer in the basketball game, you'll see some kids put the three fingers up some of them will wear the three goggles. I've seen that before. It's a basketball thing the other picture, and I just went after some moron and our Twitter. Name Donzel is would they had a blackout at the game? Now, we've all seen when the Pacers do their gold outs for playoffs. Right. Everybody wears gold in the stadium. Well, that happens at every level the high school level the college level, there's a wide out. There's a blackout. There's a blew out Tennessee volunteers have had a chequered out or one section. Where's orange one section wears white? The out is kind of a deal. Well, they had a blackout at one of these basketball games years ago long before Donald Trump was even thinking about running for president. So this picture has been making its way around the kids. Wearing black. They've got black body paint on black face paint. They've kind of looked like the blue man group, but with black face paint because it was a black out at the game same year they had a blue out at Covington high school. So people were saying look they're wearing black face. They're using white power signals in this moron. Donzel who tweets us all the time. Who is a perpetual victim wakes up every day tweets us about how racist everybody else's and how he's a victim of everything put put that picture out there. We literally talked about this yesterday. We talked about it earlier in the show if you don't know anything about sports, it's not the white power signal if the three point signal, and if they blackout from a basketball game, stop stop trying to be offended by stuff. Good. God almighty back to this savannah Guthrie interview with nNcholas Sandman tomorrow on the today show, she posted a picture of her and nNcholas said. Sitting down with nNcholas Sanmen, the student at the center of the protests controversy to Lincoln Memorial airs tomorrow on the today show, some more reaction where you knew there was going to be Hitler comparison. Oh,.

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Bucks' Sterling Brown sues Milwaukee over stun-gun arrest for parking violation

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:40 min | 4 years ago

Bucks' Sterling Brown sues Milwaukee over stun-gun arrest for parking violation

"Formerly calling on the current us attorney jeff sessions to end the trump administration's policy of separating the children of illegal immigrants from their parents in an open letter a bipartisan group of former us attorneys calls trump zero tolerance policy a radical departure from previous policy and they say the policy's dangerous expensive and inconsistent with the department's values the letter says previous administrations struck a balance between the need for affective enforcement with you manage and compassion but they say the trump administration has abandoned that by the way the trump has also been quoted as calling illegal immigrants swelled saying that they infest america infest the president also continues to blame lawmakers for the situation especially democrats according to trump that's why children are being separated from their parents as a result of democrat supported loopholes in our federal laws ause most illegal immigrant families and miners from central america who arrive unlawfully at the border cannot be detained together or removed together only release trump says that just as need to give the power to remove whole families who entered the us illegally republican lawmakers promising to pass one of two measures that would end the child separations bill the border wall and the president is reportedly in favor of that milwaukee buck star sterling brown has filed a federal lawsuit against the city milwaukee it's police chief in eight of its cops back in january the nba rookie was simply being cited for parking in a handicapped space when a white cop used a stun gun on him because he didn't think brow was pulling his hands out of his pockets fast enough sterling brown's attorney says the whole stories on surveillance tape minutes he was left sitting or laying on the ground after being abused this kind of conduct must stop the police chief of milwaukee has apologized and says the three of us officers have been disciplined over their behavior we don't know what kind of discipline that was and milwaukee's mayor says he hopes the suit will mark a turning point for his city slavery in this country no was declared over in the eighteen hundreds was south carolina's legislators only yesterday declared it over in an abomination promising tolerance in the future proposing to set up officer racial reconciliation yesterday of course was june eighteen thousand a commemoration of the day when all enslaved africans learned that it was over and yesterday was also just a couple of days after the anniversary of the racist murder of nine black congregants in church by white man named dylann roof even so to city councilman in south carolina opposed that resolution you know all only over half of the captured africans brought to the western hemisphere abroad through charleston south carolina was the slave port today is national cuco warning day and yes there are a lot.

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Deputy stayed outside during Parkland school shooting, surveillance video shows

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Deputy stayed outside during Parkland school shooting, surveillance video shows

"We have no trade tapestry is everybody else killed so i said well just and you i didn't even know josh i had no idea i just sent you was assume that gonna laugh but there was no joking today canada pointing to the us government website that shows there is an overall surplus not a deficit to the tune of twelve point five billion dollars in two thousand sixteen that did not convince the president instead doubling down tweeting this morning we do have a trade deficit with canada as we do with almost all countries some of the massive the white house says the president was talking about only the deficit in goods with canada omitting the large surplus the us has in services so let's get to martha raddatz with us live tonight as well so martha as you report there the canadians pointing to our own government website and our numbers i david they stuck with that lo que unfazed canadian style simply forwarding those statistics from the us trade representative that show an overall surplus factoring in both goods and services david all right martha raddatz with us tonight martha thanks next tonight newly released surveillance video raising questions about the police response to the deadly shooting at the school in parkland florida video showing former deputy scott peterson outside the school for twenty seven minutes at seventeen people were being shot and killed peterson and a staff member or seen heading toward the building in a gulf car right there he then takes up a position outside the building his lawyer claims peterson believed the shooting was taking place outside he retired rather than face possible suspension we turn out to the school scare and the same community in south carolina that witnessed that deadly church shooting you'll remember when dylann roof went into the manual african methodist episcopal church and killed so many tonight his sister morgan roof has been arrested for allegedly bringing knife and pepper spray and drugs to school her brother is now on death row for killing nine people at that church morgan roof also accused of posting disturbing messages online here's abc's stevenson saami this was happening students across the country were walking out of school.

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Amber Alert: 3-year-old twins abducted in San Antonio

TMA Morning Show with Charlie James

01:34 min | 4 years ago

Amber Alert: 3-year-old twins abducted in San Antonio

"Eleven eleven listen to this the younger sister of convicted charleston church shooter dylann roof was arrested yesterday at her school on national school walkout day morgan roof reportedly came to school with a small amount of marijuana but also with pepper spray and a knife she also reportedly posted something on snapchat that got a lot of attention morgan roof arrested taken to the richland county jail she was released on a five thousand dollar bond and the suspect in last month's kidnapping of four year old heidi todd in the physical assault of her mother was formerly charged with federal charges yesterday us attorney beth drake says that thomas lawton evans now facing federal kidnapping and aggravated sex abuse charges evans was already facing state charges in that kidnapping if convicted thirtysevenyearold evans could be sentenced to prison likely for the rest of his days in sports college of charleston cougars lost quinnipiac on the baseball diamond two to one the citadel beat richmond five to to the gamecocks beat harvard in a huge way twelve to three did harvard even come to play that's the question and the stingrays take on idaho at the coliseum tonight am tomorrow w tma news time six oh five democrats pushed children and took traffic all over america have them demand that our rights be taken away later today in the chris plante show chris clans after the.

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