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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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02:20 min | Last month

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Seeley and Sleepy's Plus, get a free adjustable base when you spend 6 99 during the President's Day sale at Mattress firm I'm John Morrissey on K Await his radio live everywhere in the eye. Hard radio at Fox 31 Pinpoint whether clear Tonight Low 27 Tomorrow's high 37 1 to 3 inches of snow tomorrow night more snow on Thursday morning high 35. It's 58 degrees in Denver. Tiger Woods is in the hospital. Los Angeles County sheriff confirms he was injured in a single vehicle rollover craft. We know that seriously condition as a result of the accident, and that's about all they want to say, Sheriff Alex Being. Nuevas says There were no signs of impairment when they arrived on the scene of the car crashed this morning. What we're looking at the signs of influence of the influence of either a narcotics medication. Alcohol, order of alcohol, all these different things that would give you an idea and their behavior, but there was not one present, the sheriff told reporters. Woods was conscious when first responders gots the scene. Tiger suffered injuries to both of his legs and was extricated and taken to a trauma center. Woods is in Los Angeles as he hosted Ah, weekend tournament The Genesis Invitational at Riviera. And Parker. Police say they have sent the D A's office. It's extensive invents investigation into allegations of domestic abuse involving Bronco star von Miller. The D A's office says they're charging decision has not been made. No case has been filed. The allegations against Miller became public last month. The city of Aurora will work to establish an independent monitor to help enhance police accountability. Here is city manager Jim Trombley. It needs to be put into place so that it functions and represents the community's desire for constitutional, unbiased and respectful policing at holds officers accountable. Probably speaking a day after an independent city investigation into Elijah McLane's death. Snow on the way winter weather advisories start tomorrow night of five along the line from Lark Spur in Castle Rock to Evergreen, Central City and Georgetown, 4 to 8 inches of snow possible in those locations on Wall Street, the Dow was up 15, NASDAQ Down 68 S and P 500. Gain five. Our next news update of 5 30. I'm Cathy Walker on K O a news radio 8:50 a.m. and 94 When I felt You wear a mask to show you care that you.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"I'm Uni Han sharp criticism on the efforts to impeach President Trump a second time White House deputy press secretary Judd Deere warning of further division in the U. S. But you see the university law professor Kate Shaw says the move could have other repercussions There may well still be a reason to hold a trial and to actually vote to disqualify Trump. Even after January, 20th on the logic that it would prevent him from seeking and obtaining the nomination to run for president again. Meanwhile, three men have been charged in connection with the storming of the U. S. Capitol, Jacob Chance Lee from Arizona allegedly seen and photographs, dressing horns, a bear skin headdress and face paint charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct, Also under arrest Adam Johnson of Florida And Derrick Evans and newly elected state legislator from West Virginia as Kobe numbers SPIKE nationwide New York Governor Andrew Cuomo reporting three new cases of the UK variant, two more in Saratoga County and one in Nassau County. This is ABC News. The investigation is expanding into the death of Elijah McLane in Colorado. Stop right there. It was August 24th of 2019. When Elijah McLane was stopped by police in Aurora, Colorado, heard on body worn cameras Stop. All right, stop because you're being suspicious, unarmed and on his way home from a store, Police stopped him for acting suspiciously and used to karate. It hold. He died now Colorado's attorney general, announcing a grand jury investigation is being opened into McLane's death. Grand jury can compel testimony from witnesses and required documents. Colorado's attorney general is promising a thorough investigation like Stone, ABC News and Deutsche Bank says it will pay $130 million in fines to avoid bribery charges. The Germany based bank, which has long time ties with President Trump is accused of bribing intermediaries to make deals with Saudi Arabia between 2009 and 2016, adored. His spokesperson says the bank is looking to put the matters in the past. Unit Han ABC NEWS Rocket Mortgage Super Bowl Squares sweepstakes.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A split decision by prosecutors in Colorado into racially sensitive cases involving police officers, the Colorado attorney general announcing a grand jury investigation into the death of Elijah McLane, a 23 year old black man who was placed in a chokehold and then given a sedative, as officers responded to a suspicious person report in August of 2019. McClane suffered cardiac arrest and later died. But is that investigation continues. Prosecutors have decided not to charge another group of Aurora officers over the treatment of four black girls ages. 6 to 17 suspected of being in a stolen car. They were detained at gunpoint face down on the ground prosecutors calling for policy changes instead of charges. He's a Brady Fox news prisoners are being prioritized for Corona virus vaccines in Kansas. The governor says they'll be inoculated as part of the state's second phase. After health care workers and nursing home residents. The state's prison system has reported more than 5300 virus infections in North Carolina. Incentives could be used to get prison inmates to roll up their sleeves. North Carolina's prisons commissioner says they're considering perks like extra visitations for inmates who agreed to be inoculated more than 4000. People in North Carolina are hospitalized due to Cove in 19. The only nine of them are prison inmates, faxes Evan Brown. Charges in Los Angeles County against a man who apparently took it upon himself to punish people who weren't wearing face coverings. Police and Glendale started getting reports that a shirtless jogger was spitting randomly and others primarily for not wearing a mask. Cops finally caught up with 38 year old James Howard when they got a call that a jogger just spit in someone's face. Howard was booked for investigation of battery elder abuse and committing a hate crime, Doc says Krista Mayo I'm Ham Puso Fox News. Cloudy skies. The chili beginning for the weekend and high is barely making.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hear a perspective of news. You won't find anywhere else. Listen, now we're going to the fucks. Use podcasts calm a split decision by prosecutors in Colorado into racially sensitive cases involving police officers. The Colorado attorney general announcing a grand jury investigation into the death of Elijah McLane, a 23 year old black man who was placed in a chokehold and then given a sedative, as officers responded to a suspicious person report in August of 2019. McClane suffered cardiac arrest and later died. But is that investigation continues. Prosecutors have decided not to charge another group of Aurora officers over the treatment of four black girls ages. 6 to 17 suspected of being in a stolen car. They were detained at gunpoint face down on the ground prosecutors calling for policy changes instead of charges. He's a Brady Fox news prisoners are being prioritized for Corona virus vaccines in Kansas. The governor says they'll be inoculated as part of the state's second phase. After health care workers and nursing home residents. The state's prison system has reported more than 5300 virus infections. In North Carolina. Incentives could be used to get prison inmates to roll up their sleeves. North Carolina's prisons commissioner says they're considering perks like extra visitations for inmates who agreed to be inoculated more than 4000. People in North Carolina are hospitalized due to Cove in 19, though only nine of them are prison inmates, faxes Evan Brown, Charges in Los Angeles County against a man who apparently took it upon himself to punish people who weren't wearing face coverings. Police in Glendale started getting reports that a shirtless jogger was spitting randomly and others primarily for not wearing a mask. Cops finally caught up with 38 year old James Howard. When they got a call that a jogger it just spit in someone's face. Howard was booked for investigation of battery elder abuse and committing a hate crime, Doc says Krista Mayo I'm camp himself. Fox News.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"One Reverse mortgage broker Dodgers with their win last night improved to 21 7 on the road this year. It is the best road record in all of baseball. And right now they have the second best road winning percentage off all time at 7 50, the only one better The 1906 Chicago Cubs at that season, they went 59 15. On the road. A 7 97% tough to beat him at Dodger Stadium and this year been just decided to beat him on the road. But that's what the Rockies will look to do tonight. We'll have starting line ups for Game three. Coming up next on the chaos. Iraqis radio network. Here's the latest from K O K News radio, a demonstration downtown today, blasting police departments across the country type of repression that we're seeing here in Denver is now being used in an effort to put down one of the largest protest movements in U. S history. Protesters want charges against five people dropped. Those people were arrested at a demonstration in Aurora in early July. The demonstration was for justice for Elijah McLane, who died after an altercation with police last summer. Today's rally was organized by the Party for Socialism and Liberation. Colorado Attorney General Phil Wiser. Speaking out about the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she was committed to justice committed to rigor and legal work. And committed to an honest engagement of ideas. Her ladyship justice, Scalia was.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. Annamarie Shapiro. After months of protests over police violence against black people, many states are looking at how to reform law enforcement. Just yesterday In Wisconsin. Police shot a black man named Jacob Blake seven times in the back. Protests and clashes lasted through the night. Now the state legislature there is planning a special session for next week, and we will hear from Kenosha, Wisconsin, in another part of the program. Right now we're going to talk about two states where police reform efforts are already underway. Colorado and Virginia Alison Sherry of Colorado Public Radio joins us from Denver and Whitney Evans of member station V. P. M in Virginia joins us from Richmond. Glad to Have you both here. Hello. Thank you. Allison. Let's start with you in Colorado lawmakers their past a major police reform bill in June. Tell us about what it does. Canada's new law is pretty broad in terms of the reforms now just hit on a few of them. One is the state started down the road into really crafting strict rules on when officers can use force against citizens. Particularly lethal force, like what circumstances have to happen for them to pull out a gun or use a corroded hold on someone's neck during an arrest, and I think some advocates were hoping it would be stronger, but it's a start of stricter rules on that front. To this new law makes it easier for people to sue individual police officers. Officers found to have acted in bad faith could be on the hook for up to $25,000 in a civil settlement. And finally, a few other things quickly. Colorados. New law requires body cameras statewide, and it will require police officers to be more transparent and report to the attorney general about win and who they stop. And when they use force on the job, so there will eventually be a database of how cops across the state are conducting themselves. So pretty sweeping set of change is there in Colorado? What about in Virginia? Whitney? You're in that state where Democratic lawmakers air in the middle of debating pretty significant police reform. What does it look like? How does it compare to what we just heard from Colorado? Right, so the House and Senate are both large. They have largely agree on legislation that would hold law enforcement more accountable, and they want more local civilian oversight of police Department. They've also introduced a bill to require law enforcement have the same standards and training statewide and build that band so cold, the no knock warrant like what were used in the killings of George Floyd and Briana Taylor. Now, you said they largely agree that house and Senate but I understand there's some sticking points. What are they Right. So like Colorado, the house wants Teo do away with fall inside of beauty, which is the law the Alison mentioned earlier, and it shields police officers from being sued. Senate leaders say that issues just too complicated. They're not gonna take it up. And then the Senate wants to reduce the penalty for assaulting a police officer Radishes in Virginia that most the time police aren't injured in these cases. But that's not on the agenda and how and how much are these proposed changes. The direct result of pressure from the protests that we've seen all summer Whitney I think it's important to note that two years ago, the community was demanding change. After Richmond police shot and killed a 24 year old black man named Marcus David Peters Peters was a high school biology teacher who appeared to be having a psychiatric episode. When he was naked, unarmed and charge in police on a freeway on ramp advocates called for what's called a Market alert system, which would make mental health professional first responders in these cases with police back up. Lawmakers had two years to do this, and they never did. And now they're finally taking it up in the special session of the Democratic led General Assembly was in session earlier this year after taking control for the first time in two decades. They largely punted police reform to 2021, but it's clear the protest move that deadline up. Interesting, so it's been percolating and got a recent push. What about in Colorado? Alison? I know that there's been a lot of attention. They're on the case of Elijah McLane, who died in police custody last year. Yes. In fact, today is the one year anniversary of when Elijah McLane was arrested by police and just too quickly some up that story. McLane was 23 walking home from a convenience store at night when police were called in a suspicious person. Because McLane was reportedly wearing a ski mask. Officers attempted to detain him placed him in too crowded holds. He fainted and vomited, and then he was administered. A large dose of ketamine by paramedics, ketamine setting Yes, right. And he went into cardiac arrest in the ambulance and died a few days later. McLane was never suspected of any crime and there was some local coverage of this incident at the time, but George Floyd stepped in Minnesota really got you know McLane's attend story out there. There was more renewed attention, and he was the inspiration of a lot of the police brutality protest in Colorado in the late spring and early summer, and those protests were ongoing, literally right outside the state Capitol building right when lawmakers came back after being adjourned early because of Cove, it I mean, you could hear the chance out the window. Elijah McLane's parents were there and this is his mother, Shin Ae and McClane speaking to lawmakers. I'm not saying all police officers are bad, but the ones that are good cannot keep allowing. The battle was to get away with murder, plain and simple. So I think some lawmakers saw and heard this moment. Seize on it in an attempt to pass sweeping police legislation in Colorado and I covered the debates and even some of the more conservative Republicans won state senators a former sheriff, for example..

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:53 min | 8 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KCRW

"Here on the on ramp and Los Seneca south, jammed as you approach the 405 and in westerly as well for five South Bennett Wilshire got some traffic cones in lanes. Just a minor slowing just a heads up. Be careful if you're driving through From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro. After months of protests over police violence against black people, many states are looking at how to reform law enforcement. Just yesterday In Wisconsin. Police shot a black man named Jacob Blake seven times in the back. Protests and clashes lasted through the night. Now the state legislature there is planning a special session for next week, and we will hear from Kenosha, Wisconsin, in another part of the program. Right now. We're going to talk about two states where police reform efforts are already underway. Colorado and Virginia Alison Sherry of Colorado Public Radio joins us from Denver and Whitney Evans of member station V. P. M in Virginia joins us from Richmond. Glad to Have you both here. Hello. Thank you. Allison. Let's start with you in Colorado lawmakers their past a major police reform bill in June. Tell us about what it does. Canada's new law is pretty broad in terms of the reforms now just hit on a few of them. One is the state started down the road into really crafting strict rules on when officers can use force against citizens. Particularly lethal force, like what circumstances have to happen for them to pull out a gun or use a karate hold on someone's neck during an arrest, and I think some advocates were hoping it would be stronger, but it's a start of stricter rules on that front. To this new law makes it easier for people to sue individual police officers. Officers found to have acted in bad faith could be on the hook for up to $25,000 in a civil settlement. And finally, a few other things quickly. Colorados. New law requires body cameras statewide, and it will require police officers to be more transparent and report to the attorney general about win and who they stop. And when they use force on the job, so there will eventually be a database of how cops across the state are conducting themselves. So pretty sweeping set of change is there in Colorado? What about in Virginia? Whitney? You're in that state where Democratic lawmakers air in the middle of debating pretty significant police reform. What does it look like? How does it compare to what we just heard from Colorado? Right, so the House and Senate are both large. They have largely agree on legislation that would hold law enforcement more accountable, and they want more local civilian oversight of police Department. They've also introduced a bill to require law enforcement have the same standards and training statewide and build that band so cold, the no knock warrant like what were used in the killings of George Floyd and Briana Taylor. They said they largely agree the House and Senate by understand there's some sticking points. What are they? Right. So like Colorado, the house wants to do away with all inside of me, which is the law the Alison mentioned earlier, and it shields police officers from being sued. Senate leaders say that issues just too complicated. They're not going to take it up. And then the Senate wants to reduce the penalties for assaulting a police officer Radishes in Virginia that most the time police aren't injured in these cases. But that's not on the agenda and how and how much are these proposed changes. The direct result of pressure from the protests that we've seen all summer Whitney I think it's important to note that two years ago, the community was demanding change. After Richmond police shot and killed a 24 year old black man named Marcus David Peters Peters was AH high school biology teacher who appeared to be having a psychiatric episode. When he was naked, unarmed and charge in police on a freeway on ramp advocates called for what the market's alert system which would make mental health professional first responders in these cases, with police back up. Lawmakers had two years to do this, and they never did. And now they're finally taking it up in the special session of the Democratic led General Assembly was in session earlier this year after taking control for the first time in two decades. They largely punted police reform to 2021, but it's clear the protest move that deadline up. Interesting, so it's been percolating and got a recent push. What about in Colorado? Alison? I know that there's been a lot of attention. They're on the case of Elijah McLane, who died in police custody last year. Yes. In fact, today is the one year anniversary of when Elijah McLane was arrested by police and just too quickly some up that story. McLane was 23 walking home from a convenience store at night when police were called in a suspicious person because McLane was reportedly wearing a ski mask. Officers attempted to detain him. Placed him in too crowded holds. He fainted and vomited. And then he was administered. Ah, large dose of ketamine by paramedics, ketamine setting Yes, right And he went into cardiac arrest in the ambulance and died a few days later. McLane was never suspected of any crime, and there was some local coverage of this incident at the time, but George Floyd's death in Minnesota Really got, you know McLane's attend story out there. There was more renewed attention, and he was the inspiration of a lot of the police brutality protest in Colorado in the late spring and early summer, and those protests were ongoing, literally right outside the state Capitol building right when lawmakers came back after being adjourned early because of Cove, it I mean, you could hear the chance out the window. Elijah McLane's parents were there and this is his mother, Shin Ae and McClane speaking to lawmakers. I'm not saying all police officers are bad, but the ones that are good cannot keep allowing. The battle was to get away with murder, plain and simple. So I think some lawmakers saw and heard this moment. Seize on it in an attempt to pass sweeping police legislation in Colorado and I covered the debates and even some of the more conservative Republicans won state senators a former sheriff, for example. Heard what people were saying in the capital and certainly outside the capital and felt like they needed to get behind the change. Both of you are describing at the state level a movement that we are seeing across.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:45 min | 8 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time now is 5 20. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. Annamarie Shapiro. After months of protests over police violence against black people, many states are looking at how to reform law enforcement. Just yesterday In Wisconsin. Police shot a black man named Jacob Blake seven times in the back. Protests and clashes lasted through the night. Now the state legislature there is planning a special session for next week, and we will hear from Kenosha, Wisconsin, in another part of the program. Right now. We're going to talk about two states where police reform efforts are already underway. Colorado and Virginia Alison Sherry of Colorado Public Radio joins us from Denver and Whitney Evans of member station V. P. M in Virginia joins us from Richmond. Glad to Have you both here. Hello. Thank you. Allison. Let's start with you in Colorado lawmakers their past a major police reform bill in June. Tell us about what it does. Carrera's new law is pretty broad in terms of the reforms, and I'll just hit on a few of them. One is the state started down the road into really crafting strict rules on when officers can use force against citizens. Particularly lethal force, like what circumstances have to happen for them to pull out a gun or use a karate hold on someone's neck during an arrest, and I think some advocates were hoping it would be stronger, but it's a start of stricter rules on that front. To this new law makes it easier for people to sue individual police officers. Officers found to have acted in bad faith could be on the hook for up to $25,000 in the civil settlement. And finally, a few other things quickly. Colorados. New law requires body cameras statewide, and it will require police officers to be more transparent and report to the attorney general about win and who they stop. And when they use force on the job, so there will eventually be a database of how cops across the state are conducting themselves. So pretty sweeping set of change is there in Colorado? What about in Virginia? Whitney? You're in that state where Democratic lawmakers air in the middle of debating pretty significant police reform. What does it look like? How does it compare to what we just heard from Colorado? Right, so the House and Senate are both large. They have largely agree on legislation that would hold law enforcement more accountable, and they want more local civilian oversight of police Department. They've also introduced a bill to require law enforcement have the same standards and training statewide and built that band so cold unknown off warrant. Like what were used in the killings of George Floyd and Briana Taylor. You said they largely agree the House and Senate, but I understand there's some sticking points. What are they, right? So like Colorado, the house once Teo do away with fall inside of beauty, which is the law the Alison mentioned earlier. It's shield police officers from being sued. Senate leaders say that issues just too complicated. They're not going to take it up. And then the Senate wants to reduce the penalties for assaulting a police officer. Dad Ish is in Virginia that most the time police aren't injured in these cases. But that's not on the agenda and how and how much are these proposed changes. The direct result of pressure from the protests that we've seen all summer Whitney I think it's important to note that two years ago, the community was demanding change. After Richmond police shot and killed a 24 year old black man named Marcus David Peters Peters was a high school biology teacher who appeared to be having a psychiatric episode. When he was naked, unarmed and charge in police on a freeway on ramp advocates called for with the markets alert system, which would make mental health professional first responders in these cases with police as back up. Lawmakers had two years to do this, and they never did, and now they're finally taking it up in the special session. The Democratic led General Assembly was in session earlier this year after taking control for the first time in two decades. They largely punted police reform to 2021. But it's clear the protests move that deadline up. Interesting, so it's been percolating and got a recent push. What about in Colorado? Alison? I know that there's been a lot of attention. They're on the case of Elijah McLane, who died in police custody last year. Yes. In fact, today is the one year anniversary of when Elijah McLane was arrested by police and just too quickly some up that story. McLane was 23 walking home from a convenience store at night when police were called in a suspicious person because McLane was reportedly wearing a ski mask. Officers attempted to detain him. Placed him in too crowded holds. He fainted and vomited. And then he was administered. Ah, large dose of ketamine by paramedics mean setting Yes, right. And he went into cardiac arrest in the ambulance and died a few days later. McLane was never suspected of any crime and there was some local coverage of this incident at the time, but George Floyd stepped in Minnesota really got, you know McLane's attend story out there. There was more renewed attention, and he was the inspiration of a lot of the police brutality protest in Colorado in the late spring and early summer, and those protests were ongoing, literally right outside the state Capitol building right when lawmakers came back after being adjourned early because of covert I mean, you could hear the chance out the window. Elijah McLane's parents were there and this is his mother, Shin Ae and McClane speaking to lawmakers. I'm not saying all police officers are bad, but the ones that are good cannot allow the baboons to get away with murder, plain and simple. So I think some lawmakers saw and heard this moment. Seize on it in an attempt to pass sweeping police legislation in Colorado and I covered the debates and even some of the more conservative Republicans won state senators a former sheriff, for example. Heard what people were saying in the capital and certainly outside the capital and felt like they needed to get behind the change. Both of you are describing at the state level a movement that we are seeing across.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:59 min | 8 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. Annamarie Shapiro. After months of protests over police violence against black people, many states are looking at how to reform law enforcement. Just yesterday In Wisconsin. Police shot a black man named Jacob Blake seven times in the back. Protests and clashes lasted through the night. Now the state legislature there is planning a special session for next week, and we will hear from Kenosha, Wisconsin, in another part of the program. Right now we're going to talk about two states where police reform efforts are already underway. Colorado and Virginia Alison Sherry of Colorado Public Radio joins us from Denver and Whitney Evans of member station V. P. M in Virginia joins us from Richmond. Glad to Have you both here. Hello. Thank you. Allison. Let's start with you in Colorado lawmakers their past a major police reform bill in June. Tell us about what it does. Carrera's new law is pretty broad in terms of the reforms, and I'll just hit on a few of them. One is the state started down the road into really crafting strict rules on when officers can use force against citizens. Particularly lethal force, like what circumstances have to happen for them to pull out a gun or use a karate hold on someone's neck during an arrest, and I think some advocates were hoping it would be stronger, but it's a start of stricter rules on that front. To this new law makes it easier for people to sue individual police officers. Officers found to have acted in bad faith could be on the hook for up to $25,000 in a civil settlement. And finally, a few other things quickly. Colorados. New law requires body cameras statewide, and it will require police officers to be more transparent and report to the attorney general about win and who they stop. And when they use force on the job, so there will eventually be a database of how cops across the state are conducting themselves. So pretty sweeping set of change is there in Colorado? What about in Virginia? Whitney? You're in that state where Democratic lawmakers air in the middle of debating pretty significant police reform. What does it look like? How does it compare to what we just heard from Colorado? Right, so the House and Senate are both large. They have largely agree on legislation that would hold law enforcement more accountable, and they want more local civilian oversight of police Department. They've also introduced a bill to require law enforcement have the same standards and training statewide and build that band so cold, the no knock warrant like what were used in the killings of George Floyd and Briana Taylor. Now, you said they largely agree the house and Senate but I understand there's some sticking points. What are they Right. So like Colorado, the house wants to do away with the ball inside of beauty, which is the law the Alison mentioned earlier, and it shields police officers from being sued. Minute leaders say that issues just too complicated. They're not going to take it up. And then the Senate wants to reduce the penalty for assaulting a police officer Radishes in Virginia that most the time police aren't injured in these cases. But that's not on the agenda and how and how much are these proposed changes. The direct result of pressure from the protests that we've seen all summer Whitney I think it's important to note that two years ago, the community was demanding change. After Richmond police shot and killed a 24 year old black man named Marcus David Peters. Peters was AH high school biology teacher who appeared to be having a psychiatric at the road. When he was naked, unarmed and charge in police on a freeway on ramp advocates called for with the markets alert system, which would make mental health professional first responders in these cases with police as back up. Lawmakers had two years to do this, and they never did. And now they're finally taking it up in the special session of the Democratic led General Assembly was in session earlier this year after taking control for the first time in two decades. They largely punted police reform to 2021, But it's clear the protest move that deadline up interesting, so it's been percolating and got a recent push. What about in Colorado? Alison? I know that there's been A lot of attention. They're on the case of Elijah McLane, who died in police custody last year. Yes. In fact, today is the one year anniversary of when Elijah McLane was arrested by police and just too quickly some up that story. McLane was 23 walking home from a convenience store at night when police were called in a suspicious person because McLane was reportedly wearing a ski mask. Officers attempted to detain him. Placed him in too crowded holds. He fainted and vomited. And then he was administered. Ah, large dose of ketamine by paramedics, ketamine setting Yes, right And he went into cardiac arrest in the ambulance and died a few days later. McLane was never suspected of any crime, and there was some local coverage of this incident at the time, but George Floyd's death in Minnesota Really got, you know McLane's attend story out there. There was more renewed attention, and he was the inspiration of a lot of the police brutality protest in Colorado in the late spring and early summer, and those protests were ongoing, literally right outside the state Capitol building right when lawmakers came back after being adjourned early because of Cove, it I mean, you could hear the chance out the window. Elijah McLane's parents were there and this is his mother, Shin Ae and McClane speaking to lawmakers. I'm not saying all police officers are bad, but the ones that are good cannot keep allowing the bat was to get away with murder, plain and simple. So I think some lawmakers saw and heard this moment. Seize on it in an attempt to pass sweeping police legislation in Colorado and I covered the debates and even some of the more conservative Republicans won state senators a former sheriff, for example. Heard what people were saying in the capital and certainly outside the capital and felt like they needed to get behind the change. Both of you are describing at the state level a movement that we are seeing across the country. And so I wonder where you both see these laws or proposals in the case of Virginia, Go in. What influence do you think they may have on other parts of the country? Allison, you want to go first? Sure, yeah, Some of the reforms are starting to take place now. In Colorado police are amid training across the state. One notable thing is that the state attorney general has launched his own investigation into the practices at the Aurora Police Department, which is The agency involved in McClain's arrest. And this is a new power for the state attorney general. Thanks to that new legislation and toe speak more widely, Agus you know, this police for for movement across the country is taking place in dozens of states, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. 30 States have taken up or proposed some kind of police reform. And I also want to say briefly, you know not to tusk cold water on all of this. But people have asked whether this is going to fundamentally change policing in my state, and I think the answer is well see, you know, we'll have to see whether police face discipline for not using force correctly. For example, we have to see what the new data show and what the new data there now required. To report shows about trends and how officers conduct themselves. I think policing of the culture is pretty entrenched, and it's going to take a lot, probably more than just even new state laws to change it fundamentally. And what about in Virginia Whitney where this is still up for debate? Many of you, bill. They're working their way through committee. Some of them have already passed. Again. Democrats were in control and they mostly agree on major policy changes. Meanwhile, Republicans are pushing back on virtually every one of these reforms, which they say or anti police. We'll make Virginia less safe. But Democratic State Senator Mamie Locke responded to those criticisms last week at the start of a special session. We want our communities to be safe. But at the same time we want those communities to be fair. And what those communities to be just What happened to George flew away was not just A long time at activists say the policy changes being presented don't go far enough, but mostly they're a good start for the state state. Many of these reforms will simply bring Virginia in line with other states. As Whitney Evans of member station V. P. M in Richmond, Virginia, and Allison Sherry of Colorado Public.

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Ketamine that's injected during arrests draws new scrutiny

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Ketamine that's injected during arrests draws new scrutiny

"Colorado Health Department has announced plans to review the state's ketamine waiver program. Working with medical experts to study the use of the sedative in the field. The use of ketamine faced increased scrutiny after the death of Elijah McLane, who was confronted by Aurora police injected with ketamine by paramedics and later died. Here's Fox 30 one's Rachel Scada. Paramedics can only administer academy in under a state waiver, and according to state guidelines, it should only be used on patients so combative someone's safety is at risk or to calm, extremely agitated patients who experience a condition. Called excited delirium. The reviews expected to last at least, 12 weeks.

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Ketamine that's injected during arrests draws new scrutiny

Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Ketamine that's injected during arrests draws new scrutiny

"Health department is undertaking a review of the use of the drug ketamine. The drug is used to calm, agitated people, and it's sometimes administered in the field by paramedics, a department release. Did not say why it's reviewing Ketamine administration. The drug was used on Elijah McLane in Aurora last year, and Maclaine went into cardiac arrest dying days later. McLane's autopsy did not conclude a cause of death.

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Elijah McClain's parents sue Colorado police over his death

All Things Considered

01:25 min | 8 months ago

Elijah McClain's parents sue Colorado police over his death

"The family of Elijah MacLean has filed a federal civil rights suit against the city of Aurora, Colorado, You'll remember he was the unarmed 23 year old who died in police custody last summer. Colorado Public Radio's Alison Sherry reports on the latest developments in the case. The incident that led to Elijah McLane's death started with a call to 901 reporting a quote, sketchy looking individual. Police stopped McLane, who is African American. As he was walking home from a convenience store. McClain's family lawyer, Mari Newman, a rural police officers stopped, Elijah grabbed him tackled him to the ground and over the course of the next 18 minutes inflicted multiple types of excessive force against him. McCain wasn't suspected of any crime. In the altercation that followed. Officers put him into karate holds and kept him pinned to the ground. Paramedics who arrived on the scene, then injected him with ketamine, a sedative. His family's lawyers allege the dose was too much for his £143 body size. He went into cardiac arrest in the ambulance, and MacLean was taken off life support several days later. Maclaine's death got renewed attention this spring in the wake of the George Floyd death in Minnesota and became a rallying cry both in Colorado and elsewhere in the country for police

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM, Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts now straight ahead, Police chief Carmen Best will step down. I'm Corwin hate with her abrupt retirement and the coverage of that announcement is coming up. Just a moment from now We'll have it for you. Coming up Cos time. 11 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Branson, Florida continues to battle the Corona virus outbreak and reopen its economy and schools. At the same time today, Governor Ron to Santa's when asked of his state can fund the president's executive order on $400 weekly checks for unemployment, with the states picking up 25% of that tab. Possibly using funds. A lot of the state's under the now expired care, Zack said. That's not an option for us in Florida, because those care Zack dollars are obligated already. Now they haven't been quote spent, but it's four plus 1,000,000,000 that's been obligated it comes. His congressional leaders are also trying to find a compromise on a new stimulus package as schools reopened. There are also concerns over health with students and teachers and how to pay for it in Texas Governor Greg Abbott pledging that his state will help old people he supplies. That are needed by our schools are provided by the state of Texas. No, then includes mass Includes hand sanitizing material. The family of a black Colorado man who died after a struggle with police in the city of Aurora last year, have now filed a lawsuit. Elijah McLane was 23 years old when he died nearly a year ago, after he was restrained with a karate hold by police in Aurora, Colorado. They said he was acting suspiciously and body camera audio. He pleaded for them to stop and apologize. Ized, saying he was walking home. He was given the drug ketamine to sedate him, and then Maclaine died. Now, McClain's family is filing a federal civil rights lawsuit. The family, saying it's filing the suit to demand justice for Elijah and hold Aurora police and other officials accountable like stone, ABC Nair's in Iowa following yesterday's.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"New York and Maryland. 1/6 died in Delaware. Yes, making landfall is a Category one hurricane in North Carolina. The interim chief of a suburban Denver police department has become the first woman to permanently leave the agency looking to regain public trust. Aurora police are under scrutiny following the 2019 death of Elijah McLane, who was Put into a chokehold and then over the weekend, officers were searching for a stolen motorcycle with out of state plates when they stopped a family vehicle within state plates being driven by black kids and place them all face down in handcuffs. The City Council on Monday night, chose Vanessa Wilson over three other nationwide finalists who are all black men. The husband of the district attorney has been charged with pointing a gun at Black lives matter. Members demonstrating outside the couple's home the day before the primary election in March. Prosecutors from the state attorney's general's office charging David Lacey Monday with three misdemeanor counts of assault with a firearm. At Lacey's wife, Jackie Lacey was the first black woman to run the D A's office and is in a runoff in November for her third term. Jackie Lacey, apologizing after the incident in which video showed her husband pointing a gun at protesters, saying, quote I'll shoot you. Of the U. S. Says Health and Human Services Secretary Alex A. Czar will visit Taiwan in the coming days, the highest level visit by an American Cabinet officials since the break and formal diplomatic relations between Washington and Taipei in 1979. The visit, creating a new friction with China, which claims Taiwan has its own territory to be annexed by force, if needed. The US maintains only unofficial ties with Taiwan in deference to Beijing but is the island's most important ally. Days are set to meet with health officials about the Corona virus response. Taiwan says his visit will include a meeting with Taiwan's independent minded president. President Trump's reversing his months of criticism of mail and voting by encouraging people to do it in the swing state of Florida, but not in Nevada and other democratic run states. Of course, Florida is seen as a must win for President Trump. It's also Governed by his close ally, governor. Rhonda Santis. Fighting Florida and it doesn't apply to male invalidate across the country of Florida's got a great Republican governor, and it had a great Republican governor. I got Rhonda Santis, Rick Scott to great governors.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At a local animal shelter, playing his violin for kittens to help. Calm them would say Stop right there. Stop! Stop. I have the right stuff because you're being suspicious. No, I am an introvert boundaries. I'm going whole relax, or I'm going to have to change this situation in the next few seconds. MacLean this lamb to a wall and taken down in the scuffle. He is accused of going for an officer's gun and put in a chokehold. Openings alleged, please. What a good Elijah McLane was 23 years old. We're here to celebrate the life of our lives in the praying I was laying in bed and I really probably shouldn't have been looking at the phone. You know, because I knew it was gonna be bad. And I knew my mental health is just hurting, but I read it yet. It just kind of like, broke me completely. That's how Carl Emmy Lou Go described reading Elijah McClain's final words Back in June. Will McLain died nearly a year ago. The current protests against police brutality have renewed interest in his case, so I just had the idea to do a violin vigil. I made a poster and send it to my friend in Denver, and we posted it and it kind of just took off on its own. Ah, people as far as New York City and Los Angeles saw this poster and wanted to also hold their own violent vigils. They reached out to legal for advice, the main request that the vigil would be led by black people. Even though a lot of people relates to Elijah, the major.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"One. Our top story as President Trump prepares to send federal security to several cities Senator Cory Gardner telling Kay away news radio that's not needed here in Denver. This is an issue that local police should be more than well equipped to handle. Let's have the leadership. We need to protect our people in property at the state and local level and community level, But the senator does say the government does have a right to protect buildings and businesses from mobs and rioting. A civil rights attorney hired by the city of Aurora to lead an investigation into the death of Elijah McLane says that he is deeply committed to doing an independent, fair investigation. The objective here is to give the city that appraisal. What What happened here? Did something go wrong? And if went long, how do you prevent it from happening in the future? Jonathan Smith's experience as a civil rights attorney spans three decades, including a stint as the chief of the special litigation section for the Department of Justice. Smith said that he hopes the forthcoming review will be healing for the community. The president's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, is getting to leave federal prison by tomorrow afternoon and he'll serve the remainder of his sentence at home confinement. Now it looks like the White House was trying to stop Cohen from writing a tell all book by sending him back to federal prison. The judge agreed. The Trump administration retaliated against Michael Cohen because he's writing a book about his relationship with President Trump. Cohen was released from prison on a Corona virus furlough but sent back earlier this month when the Bureau of Prisons said he refused to sign the terms of his home confinement. Including a condition that we have no engagement of any kind with the media. The judge said he had never seen such a clause and said it's retaliatory because of Cohen's desire to publish a book..

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of Elijah McLane in a selfie. The photo shows him smiling as they reenacted the chokehold used on the 23 year old Bac in August, MacLean had been stopped while walking home. He was injected with ketamine and died days later in the hospital. One officer resigned to others in the photo were fired today. Interim chief Vanessa Wilson to even think about doing such a thing. It is beyond beyond comprehension, and it's reprehensible. 1/4 cop who saw the photos was also fired for not reporting that protesters gathered in Aurora tonight after the announcements. There've been several request to change the names of Colorado buildings and landmarks due to racist connotations. Governor Polish is addressing the issue. What's in a name? Governor Paulus is creating a new board to handle requests to change the names of current geographic sites and public places in Colorado. Paula says the goal is to ensure inclusivity and transparency in the naming process. The board will take public input on potential name changes and then make recommendations to the U. S board on geographic names. That board currently has 14 request for name changes here in Colorado, including Redskin Mountain in Jefferson County and Squaw Mountain in Clear Creek County. Tom must earn K away. NewsRadio, Colorado residents are doing better than the national average. When it comes to responding to the 2020 census. Just over 65% of Coloradans have responded, while the national average is just under 62%. Douglas County has the highest response rate in the state at 76.8% followed by Jefferson, Broomfield, Boulder and Arapaho counties..

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm Rick Morgan on K Away News Radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio wrapped Box 31 pinpoint whether mostly sunny with a high of 88 today nineties. Tomorrow's 78 now After last night's big primary win. Former Governor John Hickenlooper will challenge Cory Gardner for his seat in the U. S Senate, restored to a 20 point victory over former House Speaker Andrew Romanoff will win the Democratic nomination and faces the Republican incumbent in November. We'll pretend he's independent. He's in Colorado. But we know what Donald Trump told us himself. Cory Gardner is with him 100% of the time. So you political science professor Ken Baker sings. Carter may not want to run on President Trump's coattails. Trump is low in the polls and even lower here in Colorado, it appears, And so he's tying Cory Gardner to Donald Trump. Following the primary results, Hickenlooper called on Colorado voters to help him flip the Senate. Yesterday, Governor, police announced at bars and night clubs in Colorado are being shut down for in person service again due to the risk of the spread of Corona virus. In Michigan. One case became 106 cases. That would just be a huge setback. So we want school to start on time. We want our restaurants say open. We want this help, and we just haven't figured out how to reconcile that with hundreds of people at bars that's the governor on Colorado's morning news. The closure for bars will be for 30 days. He's reserved the right to reopen them. If trends turn around last night, Aurora Mayor Mike Kaufman and City Council members heard from dozens of residents were outraged with the way police handled a Saturday protest calling for justice in the death of Elijah McLane there pointing guns at point blank at our bodies from very short distance, spraying us with red pepper, foam and other clear liquid and that burned excessively in our eyes and lungs. My skin and face burned over 12 hours as result of the excessive force in chemical weapons deployed by the police at that event, and three questions about what chemical agents You used to disperse the crowds. Interim police chief of this Wilson and the other officers present Reassured City Council that only smoke canisters and pepper spray were used. Tear gas was not contrary to what what some processors have claimed. Holiday travelers will notice some changes as they head out to visit Colorado's great outdoors, Colorado Parks and wildlife Travis Duncan says. You need a license to visit State wildlife area starting today..

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:29 min | 10 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KTOK

"A sharp rise in the number of sex abuse allegations made against clergy. Last year, US. Roman Catholic bishops issued the report showing 4434 allegations against clergy in 2019 tripling the more than 1400 cases the prior year. Nearly $300 million was paid out on cases last year, and from previous years off the 2019 cases, more than 1000 against priests were substantiated. On the victims and 37 of last year's cases were made by minors at the time, eight have been proven. The report also detailed action to stop abuse showing nearly three million background checks on employees and more than six million people trained to recognize signs of abuse. Colonel Scott Fox News. Colorado's governor, Jared Policy, is asking the state's attorney general to take another look at last year's death of Elijah McLane in police custody in Aurora, Colorado. He'd been placed in a police choke hold after resisting arrest, and then later died. NASA naming its headquarters in Washington after the first African American woman to work as an engineer for the agency, Mary Williams, who is portrayed in the 2016 film Hidden Figures started at NASA in 1951. Working in a segregated unit of female employees. The women did calculations for the space agency in the days before computers were readily available. In a statement, NASA's administrator said Williams helped break barriers and open opportunities for African Americans and women in the field of engineering and technology as he announced the naming of the Mary W. Jackson, NASA headquarters building in Washington. Rachel Sutherland. Fox is no more splash Mountain that Disneyland or Disney World. The company re theming the rides after the 2009 film The Princess and the Frog, which has an African American female lead. Disney says they've been planning the change for months. I'm Jack, this is new. Our humanity coming back. Breezy. Southerly winds Summertime in Oklahoma Low tonight in the low seventy's daytime high for Friday 91 south winds 12 to 25 miles per hour. There is a chance of thunderstorms on Saturday could be as early as Saturday morning coming in from the northwest parts of our state, but plenty of drive time as well. Chance of rain. 30% Saturday get best chances could be in the morning and then less than 20% on Sunday. Saturday's high 91 Sunday's high 91 muggy morning lows with a pretty good southerly wind with a chop on the area lakes from the four more storms Center on Mike Morgan. This is happening.

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"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"elijah mclane" Discussed on KOMO

"Will look into the case of a black man who died in police custody last year. ABC is TJ Holmes filed this report. For Good Morning America a plea for justice from the family of Elijah McLane for them to kill him because he was that bright and shiny. That's different. Hurts. More than two million people have signed a petition demanding an independent investigation into the case of the 23 year old planes. Mother speaking to GM overnight, we can Blame somebody else. We can't blame ourselves. But Elijah is who we were all We're all trying to get to be. Maclaine died after being in police custody nearly a year ago. His case now is being re examined in the wake of other high profile police killings. The fact that it has taken the death of a man across the country to finally caused Colorado's to stand up to look into a death caused by its own officers. Back in August is atrocious. The family's attorney says McLane was walking home after buying ice tea from a corner store when this call about a suspicious person was made to the Aurora PT in Colorado. Three officers responded to the coal. McClain is seen walking on the sidewalk when officers approaching stop. Stop. One officer is heard telling McLane to stop things escalate from acclaimed, allegedly attempted to grab an officer's gun. The officers, then subdue him to the ground and place.

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