19 Burst results for "Ella Frazier"

"ella frazier" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

The United States of Anxiety

05:21 min | 2 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety

"Who me out and beat me was another time. An office suppressed his revolver to ron's head. It taken the rounds out and he kept pulling trading. And i didn't know when he pulled the trigger and just blow my head you get beaten and get all these damn tickets and again you guys who would grow dislike. We didn't have job. You don't have read the job you can't pay for these damn tickets and stuff and you don't want to be in court you don't wanna be profiled more heavily than everybody else who was damn hard. It was our i think. A lot of support began to just kind of dry cap ultimately folded after about a year of almost daily patrols. Baronne says that he started over fifty years ago. It's still needed today. Some people right now trying to get them to stop doing and you know had different measures taken by ultimately even even with that. Somebody has to watch that has to chat on that. Which means you need patrols. You need people on the streets police. The damn police. There are lots of ways through police. The police don't ella frazier and many others have simply use their cell phones but for many many years journalists in watchdogs of all sorts have used another tool one. That is likely about to be taken away coming up. The uncertain future of the police scanner. Stay with wild. By elliot's studios is a new podcast hosted by me eric. Galindo about growing up kind of about how. The affected many people in transformational ways in this new series. I will take you on an intimate exploration of what it was like spending fifteen months at home and how those moments big and small transformed us forever. it's hopeful it's uplifting. It's a vibe listened to while by elliot's studios wherever you get your podcasts..

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"ella frazier" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"Who said he wanted to be biologist. We were in the seventh grade. And i was like biology people but sometimes i wonder did he meet someone to someone. Push him in courage him to do that. And so i've always said if someone says you know fly to the moon go for it. And i don't wanna go up but if you wanna go find out a way to get there right. Those he's going catch on board always tell people until that eighteen year old to keep doing to keep going. stay in motion. Trust yourself in leaving yourself when you hear that voice is. Judy says this this trail may not be for me changed a trail. But don't change you make sure you grow and then you have to breathe. I think as three black women here who are successful and have so we do have debris we have to take care of ourselves so we have to get. I want one last thing about eighteen year. Olds they have so much power in their hand technology. Yes my cellphone does have h you. You know on it was mom. They have so much power in these devices in. Look at you know what ella frazier was able to bring forth through..

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"ella frazier" Discussed on And Now The Hard Part

And Now The Hard Part

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on And Now The Hard Part

"Embattled facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is calling for stricter regulation of the web including his own company. And anne marie. I keep hearing executives from tech companies. See that the welcome regulation. This comes up a lot almost any time. these days. The are being grilled on capitol hill. I think the internet is increasing and embrace regulation. I think the real question as the internet becomes more important in people's lives is what is the right regulation not whether there should be. Are you as a company. Welcome regulation i think if it's the right regulation than you think the europeans have it right. I think that the european union's general data protection regulation known to friends as gdp are goes into effect tomorrow. It regulates the collection and processing of people's personal data within the eu in. This is all coming as tech. Companies assembled gigantic lobbying. Power in washington and other global capitals. You're right and we've seen a lot of lobbying against regulation so words and actions don't add up but there's another aspect that i think is often lost in the discussion about how to deal with big tech is that regulating. The process and the outcomes can vary a great deal. So i was a lawmaker for for ten years and i would never say i mean favor regulation because it all depends on regulation for what you know and so the whole idea. That regulation always has one outcome for example this notion that regulation stifles innovation that we often year is of course nonsensical one innovation is not above all kinds of other interests and Secondly we've seen a lot of examples where regulations of actually really fostered innovations. And thirdly anne i think most importantly without regulations there would not be press freedom. There would not be protection of minority rights. There would not be antitrust rules in place. So the real question is what principles. What kinds of notions of justice do we want to enshrine in laws. And how should those laws we updated and so whenever somebody says we're for or against regulation asked him about the outcomes. Let's try to make this more sophisticated substantial discussion about what we wanna achieve instead of celebrating a process that can lead to all kinds of outcomes. Good and bad. This is a question for both of you i guess. How urgent is the need for any kind of regulation. What happens if we kick the can down the road for another two or three years reach. I'll start with you. Well we just talked about how the covert pandemic has really exacerbated some of these existing at tensions about the outside power of tech companies. And i should add that. It's not a problem just with big tech. I think it's an ecosystem of technology. Companies that are a governing over more and more aspects of peoples lies and every day that that continues it will become harder to reverse and so it has all kinds of implications for how we want to basically run our democratic societies. Do we think it is justified in legitimate gym it to have so many critical decisions made by advertising companies. Do we think it is helpful. That a lot of knowledge about how tech works forever stays in the hands of companies. It will never benefit the public. It's all proprietary. Do we accept risk of software being apparently so vulnerable yet. It's being sold and used to run. D most sensitive databases and processes in the us government's at nato at the european parliament with astrazeneca. There is a dangerous dependence on companies and people suffer principles like fairness in the economy human rights online security aspects. They're all on her huge pressure. And so this cannot wait. This cannot wait. It will be difficult enough to solve a number of these problems. We have to start yesterday. Vivian what about you. I will say the need for change is urgent. But what. I don't want to do with say that all of the answers lie in the corridors of washington. Dc or in in the state house to make change. I think while it is obviously not enough. I think that working with and keeping pressure on tech companies to make policy changes within their own shops for those in civil society to do what's necessary to try to restore a common sense of of reality which is not only in the hands of government and it's not only in the hands of tech companies vivian. I promise that i would try and end on a slightly hopeful note Given that we've spent so much time talking about problems but what about technology today given everything we know. What about. Technology makes you hopeful. Well we do spend a lot of time talking about the prompts and we should and we must because they have to be fixed. But i also just want to point to what many wondrous things technology has enabled. I looked the other day because it's still so top of mind about the conviction of police officer chauvet in the murder of george floyd. That would not have happened if you look at the initial police reports were it not for dr nahla. Darn ella frazier. Who with her iphone stood and recorded in bore witness to the murder of this man and then shared it and it ricocheted around the world that would never would have come to light. There never would have been any justice or accountability. In that case were it not for technology and the rise even of black lives matter and so many other important clauses that can galvanize online. that's just one example of many positive forces that have come from technology. And i think that is worth nurturing and celebrating when i was a correspondent in india. I wrote a book about exactly this issue called connected and it was all about how the smartphone has just been this immense agent of change in a way that were just for the p. c. and landlines india would not have had the uptake. It had with the internet that it is having now both good and bad but one of the things that really struck me as powerful among the many things that struck me as powerful. When i was there was that india has about three hundred million illiterate people and for all of them the internet on a pc. I mean they'll never have a pc but was always going to be cut off and with smartphones. They're able to speak to google. They're able to communicate with technology. They're able to use the internet in a way that i think is quite powerful and it's also not just in english but in a range of languages and that's one thing that still leaves me with some hope even though it's so important to regulate that and so important to make sure that it's not dominated by misinformation maria. I'm gonna give you the last word. What makes you hopeful. I see a lot of grant initiatives that are focused on public infrastructure public stack. Civic tech really community based community owned community built technology. Which i think is a very important counterweight to everything that comes from the private sector. You know empowering people to deal with technology. Those are the kinds of initiatives that really inspire.

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Pulitzers Give Special Award to Darnella Frazier, Who Filmed George Floyd's Murder

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Pulitzers Give Special Award to Darnella Frazier, Who Filmed George Floyd's Murder

"Teenager who pulled out her cell phone and recorded the police restraint and death of George Floyd was awarded a special citation by the Pulitzer prizes during Ella Frazier was cited for courageously recording the murder of George Floyd and highlighting the crucial role of citizens in journalist's quest for truth and justice Rachel was seventeen when she recorded Floyd's death in may of last year at the hands of Minneapolis police and later posted it on Facebook she testified at the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin about what she saw a man terrified and scared big difference

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"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Here is eighteen year. Old ella frazier statement given voice. Tonight by caroline. Randall adams a year ago today eyewitness to murder the victim's name george floyd although it wasn't the first time as seen a black man get killed at the hands of the police. This is the first time a witnessed it happen in front of me right in front of my eyes few feet away. I didn't notice man from a can of paint. But i knew his life mattered. I knew that he was in pain. I knew that he was another black man. Endanger no power only seventeen the time just normal day for me walking my nine year old cousin to the corner store not even prepared for what i was about to see. Not even knowing my life is going to change on this exact day in those exact moment it did. It changed me changed how i viewed life. It made me realize how dangerous it is to be black in america. We shouldn't have to walk on eggshells around police officers the same people that are supposed to protect and serve looked at as thugs animals and criminals all because of the color of our skin.

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Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Reflects on His Death

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Reflects on His Death

"Here is eighteen year. Old ella frazier statement given voice. Tonight by caroline. Randall adams a year ago today eyewitness to murder the victim's name george floyd although it wasn't the first time as seen a black man get killed at the hands of the police. This is the first time a witnessed it happen in front of me right in front of my eyes few feet away. I didn't notice man from a can of paint. But i knew his life mattered. I knew that he was in pain. I knew that he was another black man. Endanger no power only seventeen the time just normal day for me walking my nine year old cousin to the corner store not even prepared for what i was about to see. Not even knowing my life is going to change on this exact day in those exact moment it did. It changed me changed how i viewed life. It made me realize how dangerous it is to be black in america. We shouldn't have to walk on eggshells around police officers the same people that are supposed to protect and serve looked at as thugs animals and criminals all because of the color of our skin.

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"ella frazier" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

09:25 min | 5 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Welcome opening arguments. This is episode. Four hundred eighty four. I'm thomas that's andrew. How you doing my friend. I am fantastic. Thomas how're you. You know fantastic fantastic. There's there's there's so many different reactions there's so many different ways to react and kind of word games and things we're doing with this but let let's be fair. We got justice here. In this instance we got justice. Derek chauvin is a murder. He's guilty on all three counts. Like that's major. News should be status quo. But it isn't can't take anything for granted. Yeah no that's that's exactly right. As we've said here and elsewhere i get the negative on position of well if you can't get a guilty verdict when the crime is be is completely recorded on video When are you ever going to get one. I i get that but we got. We got one. So let's let's focus on that and also you know a a huge shout out somebody that is going kind of lesser. Appreciate him this. To dr ella frazier right. That's the seventeen year old who recorded the entirety of the event. And you know she's a. She is a hero and deserves that shadow. Yeah it's just. I you know there's so much to sit with at once like so many motions. Obviously i mean the the trial was gut wrenching. Like it was awful and i still i still. My twitter question stands to you sir that i feel like some of these witnesses should have a civil case against chauvin for what he essentially did. Obviously george floyd but what he did to them by making them witness a thing. That's all awful but sitting on top of that and all in this giant stew that i think is all going in our brains right. Now is the fact that we got a guilty verdict. Which i think. In retrospect is the most clear-cut case imaginable. Like i really. it's amazing. i was thinking about this the other day. Like if you were to watch this from a totally naive brain just assume it's like a kid who because of our public schooling system doesn't know anything about racism so like just a kid in america watching this you would have just seen well. A person murdered someone it got caught on video and then they obviously convicted them right away. Like that's you know what i mean but like without the tension of like. Oh my god. How are we going to get a conviction here. You know. it's a whole different movie when you go back and watch it because case was so obvious. The entire time and the defense was so terrible because there was no defense. There's nothing you say. the guy did it. It was on camera. We all thought that. In retrospect it probably will look like a really straightforward thing. Even though it absolutely was that we were white. Knuckling it the whole time. I can't add anything to it. So i will just endorse it. Well sorry i just got couldn't hold it in wino- we got to talk about but that's the major news and Even though yes it is a clear cut case i feel like just. The president of a police officer was found guilty of murder for killing a black man which just almost never happens like in the history of our country right. I mean there's got to be a handful of this has ever happened. I cannot find a single example of white cop convicted for murder. For excessive force on a black defendant. I can't find a single. That's not to say. There isn't the head but i can't find one. Yeah there you go. I already know they said in minnesota never happened in the country. It's gotta be super. That's got to be a big deal going forward. I mean every officer every prosecutor knows this now like that's going to do. It just feels like a really big deal and So i'm just. I don't know i don't want to say i'm like excited or something but it's just it's it's good news right. I mean it's it's it's good news in this day and age unequivocally okay all right well. Sorry that i went out of order. I just couldn't hold. It wanted to tell people about our tuesday show. Yeah so it's it's been a while and there's been a little bit of a backlog and And we're gonna have a because they're just fantastic Questions that have come in. And so we're going to do an all listener questions episode on tuesday and a couple of people have asked sort of. What's what's the best way to get your attention to pose a question To really three ways to do that right. So i if you have a short question right a single question with a single answer than post it on our monthly patriotic. Qna's and then you know if it gets up sufficiently upvoted the russian bots vote it patrons can hey russian we accept rupaul. There's no rule that says a russian dot can't be a patriot event. That is very true. Secondly if it's if if it's a longer form break our monthly qna's we we try and knock out a dozen questions. Sometimes we get through five but you know we try and and do a short form if you have uninvolved question and you know that it's a deep dive question. The single best way to get that to us is to send us a message on patriots. I don't ever patriot dot com slash law and do send a message to us and we check in with those as frequently as we can. We read every single message. That comes in on patriot. Sometimes takes a couple of weeks. Because you know i have a law practice not you know but but we do we get through each and every one of those finally the third way you can email us at at open arguments at gmail.com. We read the patriot messages. I yeah that shouldn't surprise. There's there's an order i mean. It's a lot so nobody ever be terribly offended. If we don't get to a thing and also you can feel free. If you feel like it's been a while and it's been a good question you know you can feel free to try again. Remind us you know. It's nothing personal. It's just it we do get a lot. We get hundreds. And i can't really andrew out because i'm not a lawyer so it's the best excuse in the world and mike sorry andrew. You gotta read that. Because you're the lawyer. I what am i going to say. They're not gonna. I don't wanna answer but we do. We do try and resentful yes. Our listeners are fantastic. Endow that you know we're not living in the shadow of trump where it's like must cover this right now or else you know. The news will have broken to eight other things by you know i. Now we're in kind of this normal pattern where we can say like. Oh yeah well we'll cover this in due course right like it it it just. It frees us up to do a lot of kind of how we initially planned the the show back in or how we how we planned. Once the show went bi weekly. The idea was that you know this. 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I'm going to upload my notes you know the ones that you see thomas for all patrons we we have a newsletter level. It's a very small tear. It's for for people who are three dollars up. It's kind of right in the in between right like your past. The i get my lawful movies. You're not quite at the hall of fame. They've been are neglected children for a while and every week if you're at that three dollar range i'm going to give you my notes now. Those notes range from sometimes an episode is mostly scripted particularly. If it's a subject. I know less about two bullet points and links and stuff. If it's a subject i know a lot about but You know they're usually eight to fifteen pages long. They're pretty indepth. I know the folks who who read them enjoy having them. Yeah i think we call this level the producers who work on other shows level. You know. John oliver matto level you know and they wanna come and scoop your research yet. That's exactly that's exactly right. Yeah for for those that That steal the stuff. We do want to know where we get that information from and we're going to give. We're going to give that away every week. Like i said to our newsletter level patrons because i have been i have not written a newsletter in a long time now now in fairness i haven't promised to write a sliver but but realistically i think this is a good way to make it up to those to those folks in that.

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"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"And then you see that he isn't. That's the moment life goes out of his body. We're not allowed to see the young. I witnesses who testified but the jury saw them. We christianson described what she felt when she watched one of the young. I would testify. She was trying to hold back her tears. In you know when you hold back your tears by your chin starts quivering i could. I could see that. And my eyes started watering and ice started tearing up just from that simple little gesture. Everything was so real and so genuine. I mean i felt their feelings. I felt they're paying. I felt their guilt Now i could just feel it. All the other witnesses who meant the most to lisa christiansen and presumably the rest of the jury was eighteen year. Old darnall of frazier. Who was seventeen year. Old seven years old last year when she bravely aim per phone at seven and george floyd and recorded on video. The murder of george floyd with second my mind like i said i was close to the witness. Stand and her words of apologizing to mr floyd at night over and over that she couldn't sleep and she was sorry that she couldn't do more to save his life. That was pretty impactful to me. It hurt me. Here's that portion of ella frazier's testimony that lisa christiansen just described. When i look at george floyd i look at look at my dad. I looked at my brothers. I will get my cousins uncles because they are all. I have plant habit like father. I have a brother have like friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them is nights stayed up apologizing politics tischler floyd for not doing more in not physically interacting in nothing new life. But it's not what absolute explain every trial has. It's what ifs the biggest one in this trial is. What if derek chauvin testify would have liked to have seen. Derek chauvin testified. I don't think no. I don't think it would have helped him at all now. Were you surprised that he didn't testify. No i expected him. Not to testify so I think the prosecutor had a really strong case. And i think he would have incriminated incriminated himself even further. What was the biggest unanswered question. You had if wide didn't you turn them over on the side at a certain point when he was distress you know. Why didn't we start cpr. I think if they did dow come may have been different. Debut tiaras asked about her reaction to derrick van. Would you make of derek chauvin in the courtroom. I felt bad for him. I really did felt sorry for him. i guess what stood out for me is the video. They took a still photo of it of him. On mr floyd's neck with his hand in his pocket and i felt like the message. I was getting from that. That photo was like. I'm here to do my job. And nobody's gonna tell me how to do it. I felt like he was being defiant on what anybody our. Everybody was china point out to him. We knew that one unnamed juror lived in brooklyn center and was subject to the curfew there after nighttime. Protest of the police killing of dante. Right now we know that juror was lisa christians. I know you live in in brooklyn center. The nasdaq came up at once. You weren't in the courtroom but there was a discussion the defense attorney at one point one of the jury sequestered because of what was happening here win. Those protests were underway. When dante right was killed did you hear about any of that were you at all privy to what was going on i did hear about it Whether i wanted to or.

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"ella frazier" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:01 min | 5 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on KCRW

"Have already happened so they are not preventing school shootings. And so it's important to remember that we also have to remember. That police even when we talk about violent crime, a recent study was released that showed that police air on Lee successful and solving less than 2%. Violent crime. Can you imagine if you were only successful at your job less than 2% of the time? That wouldn't be just the end of your career, it would be the end of your entire industry. And so that's what we're saying. We're saying that what actually creates safe communities when you think about even violent crime. Is prevention in the first place building strong communities in the first place. Investing resource is in neighborhoods in the first place so that we can make sure that people's universal needs are met that we think about why people may feel compelled to commit crimes because They don't have enough right? Why people may be committing crimes because they have mental health issues that are unresolved. And so how do we flood our neighborhoods with resource is rather than flooding them with armed folks who see targets on the backs of our people, especially black people. Melina Abdullah, professor at the department of Pan African Studies Account state L. A and organizer co founder of Black Lives Matter. Los Angeles Professor Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me. Now let's turn to someone who's been trying to end police brutality and reform the LAPD for decades. Connie Rice is a long time l. A civil rights attorney. She's worked closely with the LAPD to reform Ever since the 1992 Rodney King on rest, the the arrest of Rodney King and the beating and, of course, the unrest after the police officers were acquitted, and those in their trial. Thank you for being with us, Connie. It's good to be with you. What is yesterday's verdict mean to you and the Derrick Show Vin trial? I mean, do you see it as a as a significant step when it comes to the larger issues of police reform and Police accountability. This is accountability, right? It's accountability for one especially egregious murder. I'm really happy that the Floyd family Is happy with this verdict, But the verdict isn't going to change the fundamental physics. Of urban policing and the fundamental Societal failure. To do with the McCone commission told US 55 years ago to do which is Stop the inequities that you see in these videos. And the outrageous stops the outrageous killings of unarmed I'm threatening African Americans. You have to transform the entire mandate of policing. So until the mindset of policing changes from warrior to guardian until the mission changes from search and destroy mass incarceration, suppression containment enforcement. Safety. And healing and health. You're not going to see any change. I mean, year after year. We see this and people say it needs reforming. It needs reforming, and it seems like Has gotten any better. The technology's gotten better. There are cameras now everywhere, which, thankfully during Ella Frazier and some other folks pulled out their cameras and started recording. But it doesn't seem like the police actions have gotten any better. It seems like you know, police are strident as ever. That's because they're doing what we asked him to do. American policing defense directly from slavery. Purpose of American policing is to control and to contain populations of people who are not meant to be in the society. So slavery What do you do on a plantation? You make Sure the slave stay on the plantation. And don't leave the plantation to murder the slave master, right? So policing has always been is Chief Bratton put it beautiful, he said. The corruption of American policing began and 16 19. When the first police made enforced order on the slave ships. So we that order hasn't changed. Our our system of policing is enforcing an order that is dependent on the privileged safety of neighborhoods like mine. That depends on the deprivation and containment of communities like my clients and watch. How do you though? How do you pivot Connie, though from from containment suppression, Right? You know what you described 400. Years ago. T o community healing Deep dd de fund the entire apparatus that the police system What do you like Molina Abdullah? Has advocated whom we just heard. I mean, do you just get rid of it? You hear? Here's Here's my prescription for here's my Yes. You get rid of that mode of policing and you do what Chief Beck did. Chief Beck created a unit called the Community Safety Partnership. An arrest is considered a failure. Those cops They get promoted when the community of the housing project residents and Nickerson Imperial Jordan Downs Ramona Gardens Avalon there those are the cops that do foot beats. They know every kid's name. They get rewarded for diverting kids away from the gang database. They get rewarded for making sure that communities have what they need to be healthy. There's a lots gang task force that sits down Sits down with the community safety officers, and they plan a wraparound safety strategy. They're not going after every kid in baggy pants to fill the gang database like traditional enforcer cops. These are cops who were rewarded for helping the community and power itself to become healthier, But But are they trained to do that? I guess is my question because we're still talking about police officers. I'm still talking about police officers and I will send you the U. C l a PhD evaluation. 14 9 years of data and 14 years of this partnership experiment. And it increases trust. And guess what? It actually reduces violent crime and gang Dominion over libraries, pools, all the public spaces, the parks, the school hallways. They're safer in the CSP sites, then they are in the adjacent neighborhoods because it's a wrap around safety strategy. You're not going after individuals. You're going after the conditions that create the violence of the crime, and you're doing it. Not as cops. You're doing it in partnership with other agencies of government. With the community leaders. With the local institutions, including the schools and the Children's Institute, and in that area, those of the institutions that come to the table it's AH whole of government safety strategy. So we know how to fix this. We've done it. The problem is that there's no will to change the other organs of government. There's no will inside of traditional policing to do this, You know, they call this kind of policing that call it women's policing. When they When I first heard that I said, you're damn right. It's women's policing its strategic. It's smart. It solves the problem without violence. Yeah, it's women's fleecing who calls it that? Who calls it? Women's policing? Is that is that derogatory the traditional cop? Traditional cops who don't do this. Cops who think that it's about racking up arrests, whether they're accurate or not. Let me give you a statistic that was shocking. Kind of encapsulate. What mass incarceration. New Jim Crow. Criminal justice looks like because this is much bigger than policing. Brush Chedi, Harvard economist studying.

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"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"George floyd. It's the kind of lie that american police departments have gotten away with not dozens of times not hundreds of times but thousands and thousands of times in the history of policing in america. But they didn't get away with it this time. Thanks to a brave seventeen year old girl. That's next here's what the minneapolis police department told us on may twenty fifth of last year after george. Floyd died on monday evening. Shortly after eight pm officers from the minneapolis. Police department responded to the thirty seven. Hundred block of chicago avenue south on a report of forgery in progress to officers arrived and located the suspect a male believed to be in his forties in his car. He was ordered to step from his car after he got out. He physically resisted officers officers. Were able to get the suspect into handcuffs and noted he appeared to be suffering medical distress officers called for an ambulance. He was transported to hennepin county medical center by ambulance where he died a short time later end of story end of police story. That was it. That was the lie they were going to get away with. That was the lie. The police officers involved in the killing of george floyd were going to get away with. No police officer was going to contradict that story. Not one of those cops on the scene was ever going to tell the truth about what happened to george floyd never but their story fell apart overnight. Thanks to one person journal. Frazier had been on this earth for less than half the time of derek. Chauvin time on this earth but at seventeen years old. She knew how to do the right thing. Ella frazier aimed her phone. At derek. Chauvin and george floyd and held it and recorded every minute of what derek chauvin did to george floyd even when derek chauvin threatened her with mace darnell frazier held her ground and she kept recording. She then posted her video on facebook and the police lie instantly began to crumble. Probably close to midnight..

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"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:49 min | 6 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"That is how much time it would take for. George floyd to go from saying. I can't breathe to diet eight seconds so ah tells you how dangerous is the concept of if you can breathe or if you can speak you can breathe. Yes that is true on the surface but highly misleading very a very dangerous Mantha about the cause of death is low level of oxygen that caused the brain damage and caused the heart to stop. Dr toben delivered these single most haunting line of expert testimony in the trial so far when he identified the precise moment when the life goes out of george. Floyd body ella frazier who was seventeen years old when she bravely held up her phone record video of derek chauvin. Wtn's neon george floyd's neck testified that she regrets that she didn't do more. She testified that she can't sleep at night wishing that she could have taken action to stop. What derek chauvin was doing to george floyd but the action that dern ella frazier did take enabled martin tobin to identify that haunting moment and so today in court. The work of a seventeen year old girl from minneapolis teamed up with the expertise of a world renowned medical scientists from a small village in ireland to deliver the most important moment in the trial. While the jury was being shown darnold frazier's video you can see his eyes. He's conscious and then you see that he isn't the moment. Life goes out of his bobby. Dr tobin said that no one could have survived. What george floyd was. Subjected to the head of the person subjected to what mr floyd was subjected to would have died as a result of what he was objected. Dr toben testified that nothing in george floyd medical history contributed to his death and nothing in george floyd history of drug use including the small traces of drug drugs filed in his system contributed to his death. Dr tobon testified that the police officers wait holding down. George floyd essentially shut down his left lung because of the knee that was rammed in against the.

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"ella frazier" Discussed on In Front of Our Eyes

In Front of Our Eyes

03:02 min | 6 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on In Front of Our Eyes

"Were recapping the trial of derek. Chauvin week by week. He's the former minneapolis. Police officer charged with murder and manslaughter. In the death of george. Floyd later in the podcast. I'll talk with a criminal defense attorney about how it's going now that the prosecution is presenting its case against chauvin. If you listen to the trial this past week you probably heard or maybe hurt again. The end of george floyd life as chauvin knelt on his neck and two other officers held void down. The jury heard floyd say he couldn't breathe over and over. He says body hurt he called out mama and there were bystanders to urging officers to get off the handcuffed man telling him to take his pulse. Some bystanders gave emotional testimony as the state of minnesota presented. Its case in the minneapolis courtroom. Here's what we heard on friday. The most senior officer in the minneapolis. Police testified that his training never talk to kneel on a handcuffed person's neck lieutenant. Richard zimmermann homicide department says someone in handcuffs should be moved on their side or sitting up not lying face-down putting your neck for that amount of time is just uncalled for. I saw no reason why the officers felt they were in danger. If that's what they felt and that's what they would have to feel to be able to use that kind of force under cross examination by the defense attorneys zimmerman said he doesn't frequently interact with people on the street. He agreed that an officer needs to assess all circumstances when deciding whether to use force a video shown in court earlier in the week. Showed chauvin vince speaking on his own body camera talking to a bystander who argued chauvin should not have used the force did on. That's one person's opinion. But i can control the sky. Sizable dive looks like. It's probably something. The jury also heard. Many people say how guilty they felt as they watched floyd die and how deeply his death was felt christopher martin and nineteen year old. Who was a cashier at cub foods. Said floyd gave a twenty dollar bill but martin suspected was fake. He thought about just covering it himself but he told his supervisor on the stand. He blamed himself for the nine one. One call that brought the officers to the store. I would have just not gonna. Bill could have been avoided. Ella frazier was seventeen and with her younger cousin headed to a store. When she saw floyd and chauvin she recorded the video that went viral leading to worldwide protests and the relatively quick firing of chauvin and the other officers but she feels. Remorse is be nice. I stayed up apologizing and apologized.

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"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:57 min | 6 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Now it's time for the last word with lawrence o. Donnell good evening. Lights to rachel. And i must say i've been waiting for that kind of lawsuit out of this including possible huge wrongful death lawsuit by officer six family directed at donald trump and and one of the fundamental principles of civil litigation is is where are the deep pockets because sometimes if there's no money on the other side of the case you can't really mount the case but donald trump is has been accused by congress and and convicted in the house representatives anyway of creating this entire event that created all of this damage in these people's lives. They obviously have a very select direct litigation line to donald trump. Defendant in this situation and we saw this strategy around that i with the suit brought by congressman bennie thompson. Then with the suit brought by congressman. Eric swale well. We expect there will be additional suits like that from the congressional side of it from the physically injured parties. As you say these officers this is it is all the more acute as a cause of action and imagine what a trial would be like in that case Just i mean we'll we'll see but it's a dramatic development and it is a jury trial in washington dc with a jury that Voting records indicate a donald. Trump is not popular in that particular jurisdiction. Yeah and it would be. It would be difficult anywhere but I mean we'll we'll say we'll see we'll see thanks. Thanks rachel sometimes tragedies have heroes. George floyd tragedy has a hero in his seventeen year old a seventeen year old girl who had the presence of mind and the bravery in the face of being threatened to hold her phone steadily on george floyd and record video of every minute that minneapolis police officer. Derek chauvin pressed his knee into george floyd's neck. That video is the reason. Derek chauvin is on trial for murder. Seventeen year old turn. Ella frazier's video showed the world. Exactly what happened to george floyd in the days after he died and that video sparked a world wide. Protest or frazier does not feel like a hero. She testified in the murder trial of derek. Derek chauvin today. The judge did not allow Ella frazier and some of the other young eye witnesses who testified today to be shown on camera in the trial as we heard her voice for the first time today heard someone who doesn't feel like a hero. She just feels. Sorry when i look at. George floyd i look at look at my dad was at. My brothers will get cousins my uncles because they are all i have planned habit black. Father i have a black brother have like friends and i look at that and i get how that could have been one of them. It's been nights. I stayed up apologizing and apologized for not doing more in not physically interacting in life. It's not absolute. He's ella. Frazier is so right. It is about what he should have done. It is about what derek chauvin should have done. That is what this trial is about and there. It is true beyond a reasonable doubt. Thanks darnold frazier's video. That derek chauvin should have taken his knee off. George floyd's neck at least nine minutes before he did in fact aren't nella frazier's video proves that there was never a reason for derek chauvin to ever have his knee on george floyd's neck without turnover frazier's video capturing the scene from beginning to end there would have been lying police testimony by derek chauvin and others that george floyd was resisting arrest in the george. Floyd was physically dangerous when derek chauvin had his knee on george floyd's neck. Police lies about resisting. Arrest always work. Always unless as we first discovered in the rodney king case there is video like frazier other prosecution. Witnesses today reached for the words to describe. Not just george floyd their own agony in watching. George floyd be killed before their is i leave. I witness a murder. That is donald williams who is a wrestler and mixed martial arts fighter. He can be heard on danila frazier's video constantly telling derek chauvin to stop what he is doing. Constantly trying to save. George floyd's life just by using his voice against the deadly force being applied to george floyd body imagine the frustration the agony for donald williams who as a mixed martial arts fighter could have easily physically intervened and beaten derek chauvin into the ground to stop him from doing what he was doing. If derek chauvin did not have a police badge and a gun if he wasn't surrounded by three other police officers with badges and guns ready to shoot and kill donald williams on the spot if donald williams used his physical skills to try to save. George floyd life there. Was someone else watching. Who had the skills to save. George floyd life genevieve hanson. Took the witness stand in her department uniform today. She was not in uniform when she went out for a walk in the neighborhood and saw what was happening to. George floyd genevieve. Hanson is an emergency medical technician and she immediately started telling the police. The george floyd was obviously in danger of being killed by the forest. Derek chauvin was applying to george floyd's neck genevieve hanson at first offered her help to the police officers and the officer fending off the crowd. Shut her down. He said.

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"ella frazier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:52 min | 6 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Origin unknown on the brady fox news international experts not reaching any definitive conclusions about where the new corona virus came from. Fox's simon owen. Has this live lisa. A team of world health organization experts who visited earlier this year. Said it's highly likely. The corona virus was transmitted to humans by an animal. They say it's highly unlikely it escaped from lab team leader. Peter bemberg says more work is needed. We asked dilip to mystic Will discover more. We'd get closer to their to the final answer at bet. Ridden and holiday steak. That's very difficult to predict the. Who is flagging concerns. It says the team had difficulties accessing certain raw data in china visa. Thanks simon the white house just announcing new actions. In response to anti asian violence person biden is expanding kobe equity task force to address bias and xenophobia against asian american communities the subcommittee will also provide recommendations to the federal government's response to kobe. Mitigates discrimination nearly fifty million dollars also being deployed from covid relief funds for programs that help victims of anti asian violence and the justice department is enhancing a hate crimes website to help study and measure statistics and promote accurate reporting of hate crimes targeting asian americans jared halpern tears on the witness stand at the murder trial of former minneapolis. Police officer derek chauvin as the teenager who may the video of chauvin kneeling. On george floyd neck testifies that slide was suffering and that she sent her younger cousin into a store because she didn't heard see a man begging for his life. And ella frazier has now. Eighteen also says witnesses pulled back when officers appeared to reach for their maze. The defense argued. The officers were reacting to an increasingly tense situation. America is listening to fox's they're counting votes in alabama were amazon workers are deciding whether to unionize nearly six thousand workers at the bessemer warehouse in alabama have voted on whether or not to join the retail wholesale and department store. Union and counting of the votes has begun. Amazon has fought back. Arguing that joining a union would mean paying dues and they say they already pay workers nearly twice the minimum wage in the state and give health benefits the worker who initially called the wgst union said company policies on breaks and scheduling is far too harsh president biden. Spoke in favor of the unionizing. I earlier this month. Jessica rosenthal fox news secretary of state. Anthony blinken is scrapping. 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"ella frazier" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:45 min | 10 months ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Today's entertainment news ella frazier now done l. The frazier is the team. Who recorded the murder of george floyd. Okay she sparked a worldwide movement against racial injustice. And that's why darnell frazier is being awarded. The twenty twenty venison freedom of expression courage award spike lee was on hand. That's big rights by lee was on hand to present the honor at the panamerican virtual gala spike side of the teens. Courage to stand there for more than ten minutes That is a record Filming floyd's dying comments that we all saw on national tv as for danila. She never imagined that the video she posted to social media would turn out like this. She was also awarded. The i'm sorry. She was also honored that the legendary director spike lee would present her this award and yeah that is big is good. You know what you know. What's so cool about that. Is that the show you how far we've come with news twenty years ago. Maybe maybe twenty years ago news company would not take video. That was on the phone. They just wouldn't accept it unless film crew that went out and filmed it. But now you'll camera you'll phone cameraman you right there. You can get everything and you send it in and they wanted. They're to show it twenty years ago. We wouldn't have gotten this food. None of them covered it up. It's jason james what we allowed to see and what we can see in three. That's that's true. She was brave man. So yeah keep really praying to keep filming right right so remember. That name darnel frazier. Dr nulla frazier. Dr nella frazier and the recording academy. I don't know if you guys heard about this story. But while okay. So the recording academy invited tiffany haddish to host the three hour. Grammy awards pre show. We all know they have a pre show where they were. They give away awards that they don't put on tv so tiffany rejected the offer. Because it didn't come with a paycheck. They're not gonna pay her. And tiffany said quote. The exposure is amazing. But i think i have enough. It's disrespectful it's disrespectful. Like a guy asking you on a date but telling you that you have to pay for the recording academy justified. The move by stating they are a nonprofit group and previous pre show host. Did it without pay. But it's more than just that tiffany haddish said she would lose money. Had she taken the gig expenses for hairstyling. Makeup and wardrobe would come from her pocket. Understand that about clean the tank name. Harvey mason correct. Did issue an apology to tiffany saying that it was disrespectful and everything especially you know about doing our own hair and makeup and brother. That's i it's a brother. Yeah the next thing you got brooke bre burrow burrow. Come on man back to the fact that you got the paid artist. I'm sorry i'm not mad at all. No not enough to pay people for their service absolutely. No nobody's mad. No and i like the fact that she stood up for herself. You know right. Yeah all right in trending national news. There are more than sixty eight point. Eight million confirmed cases of covert nineteen worldwide with more than one and a half million deaths. Those numbers are staggering gear. Yeah yeah and in the us there now. More than fifteen point three million confirmed cases including more than two hundred fifteen thousand new cases close to more than two hundred and nine hundred thousand deaths. Wow this rap those numbers in your head. Yeah yeah it's crazy. It's hard to wrap your brain around that. The horrible news is that the california corona virus case death cases continued to surge. Hopefully there is a light at the end of the tunnel states are preparing to distribute vaccines to healthcare workers. Long term care facility residents andy. Essential workers governors and mayors have received assistance from cdc for vaccine preparedness which is great news. Thank you for that. I mean i mean finally you know like we were saying yesterday we can start to maybe think of a day in the near future where we can actually breathe a sigh of relief and exhale right I think i think tommy will agree with me on this side. Pieces should get it first so they can move about the country s true. There should be able to from my face house by people move around on on. Don't don't sure don't let these people move around. Don't don't don't don't act like that finally. Yeah finally another trending. News president trump personally as senator ted cruz of texas. If he would argue a long shot election lawsuit seeking to overturn. The election results crews tweeted. He is ready now. Remember back in two thousand sixteen when trump called ted cruz his wife. Heidi cruz ugly. Okay i think we all remember it. Ted cruz. ted is so far feet. A hanging out checks prostate daily back. Yeah and we gotta something well wishes out to ellen degeneres as we move on. She has tested positive for covid nineteen. She said she's lying and does she's gonna take some time off from work for a while. Yeah wow all right Yeah we're coming up at twenty minutes after the hour. We'll look into the mind of j anthony brown own lord right after this. You're listening to harvey morning show. Hey i'm gabby. I'm taylor i'm nika and we're the host of a new podcast called k. Data gals were just three fun and flirty gals talking about all the fun and flirty ways. That people expire like how three people died because of poodle. Basically this podcast is kind of like sex in the city. If they only talked about dead people join us as we laugh. But mostly crime in the face of death so listen to cadaver gals new episodes out on wednesdays. Listen to cadaver gals on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast my name is jamie loftus. And i'm here to tell you about my new show leader. 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"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"From Louisville Cow Lawrence. There's just been a breakout here Police have lost this ground. Mark Police have lost this ground. And I can show you. This is downtown Louisville in the middle of the street and people have taken out trash cans other debris and I've lit it on fire and as I said. Police are trying to circle the area. All right I'm going to toss it back to you. Art Cal Perry is have to get into another position and as we close our coverage tonight we have been covering as much as we can of the protests around the country. Most of the protesting by most of the protesters has not been violent in any way has not involved lighting fires of any kind and trash cans or buildings there have been thousands upon thousands tens of thousands of protesters on the streets around this country protesting peacefully protesting what they saw on ten minutes of video recorded by. Dr Ella Frazier. When she held her ground in the face of the misconduct and the crime that she knew she was witnessing that the. Minneapolis police were committing when they took the action that has now today officially been called murder by the county prosecutor in Minneapolis. These protests will continue our coverage of these protests our coverage of this story as it continues to develop our coverage of the prosecution of this case as it continues to develop. We'll continue. That is tonight's last word..

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"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Morgan Chessy. Thank you for that report. Appreciate it after the destruction in Minneapolis last night. The governor of today said this. We cannot have the looting and the recklessness that went on we cannot have it because we can't function in society and I refuse to have it. Take away the attention of the stain that we need to be working on is what happened with those fundamental institutional racism that allows a man to be held down in broad daylight and thank God. A young person had a camera video it. Because there's not a person here or listening today that wonders how many times that cameras not their Derek Jovan. The now accused murderer of George. Floyd was arrested today because a seventeen year. Old Girl in Minneapolis did the right thing and only because she did the right thing for Minneapolis. Police officers have now been fired and one has been charged with murder. The other three police officers are awaiting the decision of state and federal prosecutors. About what happens next to them as Minneapolis sees its fourth day and night of protests. Tonight those four police officers were not fired because of what they did on the street. They were fired because of what seventeen year? Old Darnell Frazier did on that street. She pressed record on her phone and she stood there and held her ground for ten minutes. Videoing the police knee on George Floyd's neck but appears to kill him right there on the video that she recorded without that video recording turn. Ella Frazier made. Nothing would be happening to. Those police officers nothing. No one would be charged with a crime. No one would be fired because no one in law enforcement would have believed the handful of witnesses on the scene without non stop video recording those ten minutes to prove what happened Minneapolis. Police Department actually took the police officers word for what happened at first and the Minneapolis police department put out a first statement declaring as a fact not as a claim made by the arresting officers but as a proven fact that George Floyd quote physically resisted officers. The resisting arrest story always works inside every police department in America always unless there is video. I've been reporting on and writing about police use of deadly force since the nineteen eighties. And I can report to you that the resisting arrest story has always worked until video came along to tell a different story. Here is officer Derek. Bevan with his deadly knee on George. Floyd's neck this image comes from Ella Frazier's video. The accused murderer is looking directly at her as she records the video in seconds after that Derek. Jovan threatened her and other witnesses with Mace. But darnell frazier held her ground and she held her focus. She has been on this earth for only seventeen years but that was enough time for her to learn how to do the right thing under pressure under police pressure. Every minute that this brave seventeen year old girl was doing the right thing. Every police officer on the scene was doing the wrong thing every one of them each police officer. There was in a position to save. George Floyd's life to get Derek show. Wtn's knee off of George Floyd's neck and not one of those police officers found in himself what it takes to do what seventeen year old. Darnell Frazier did the right thing and so we have the ten minutes video. That is now clearly the decisive evidence in the prosecutors murder case it is from that video and that video alone that the prosecution's first filing in the case is able to say quote. The defendant had his knee on Mr Floyd's neck for eight minutes and forty six seconds in total two minutes and fifty. Three seconds of this was after. Mr Floyd was non responsive. The only way the prosecutors know that is from Darnell Frazier's video recording. That's the only way we have repeatedly shown you ten seconds of that video in which Geor- George Floyd says I can't breathe please the knee and my neck. I can't breathe. We have shown you seconds of that video in which George Floyd calls out to his mother who died eighteen months ago as his life slips away. He's calling out to his mother on that video. There is much more disturbing evidence on that video that the murder jury will consider. George Floyd repeatedly says I can't breathe. I cannot breathe. He says it until he can no longer speak and about six minutes of that video shows. George Floyd lying absolutely motionless speechless and for some of that time. Perhaps did the medical examiner will try to determine exact time of death. But we already know the George. Floyd did not have a pulse on a medical technician. I arrived on the scene and when that knee I came off of his neck during the excruciating six minutes when George Floyd appears lifeless. The witnesses at the scene increasingly protest directly to the police officers. We hear people saying he's not even resisting arrest. How long are you going to hold them down? And then we hear the authoritative voice of one very persistent witness. Donald Williams who tried to stay calm and try to get through to the police officers repeatedly says I trained at the academy. He says I trained at the academy. You're stopping his breathing. He's not responsive. Check HIS PULSE IN INCREASING FRUSTRATION. At what he seeing. We hear one of the one witness say directly to Derrick Joven. You're enjoying it. Every single thing. That the witnesses say to the police was correct. Everything they said was more reasonable than what the police were doing. The witnesses the protesters of that police conduct as it was happening. Where the responsible citizens in that scene in the police were the exact opposite toward the end of the video. We hear one of the police protesters saying he has not moved not one time and then we hear another say did they kill him and then we hear another say they just killed that man. Those witnesses on the scene of what the county prosecutor now for murder were the very first protesters of the police conduct in this case as it was happening every bit of their protest was true and honest and just a now that protest has grown in the aftermath to include many more people in..

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"ella frazier" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Said he asked for the federal probe after watching the video from a bystander, and then receiving what he described as additional information unquote about the incident, involving several officers he. The quote was additional information. I received quite frankly from community sources that just provided more context than I had preliminarily. Do you have any idea what he might have been referring to there? I hate to say I. I don't obviously that that'll be a big question. Yes, you know. I've gone about my day getting to know George Floyd. This guy worked security with off-duty Minneapolis officers, someone who had no at least how to interact with police and You know whether there's elements they are whether you know the forgery component some stuff I mean obviously the view, listeners and viewers of ours have to recognize. We pick up the incident at a certain point, the incident you hear an officer on that horrendous video thing you know. We tried to get in the car the crowds and just get him up. Get in that squad car and the officer does say we've tried that. We've tried that for ten minutes so yeah, you don't know what happens exactly at the squad. We don't see body cameras as chief did mentioned body cameras, but we have been told those were on enrolling. What was shown in there? I mean this was a forgery. Call, it's. A different time and place. In quote unquote in an active forgery charge it'd be hard probably to get a Minneapolis, police officer, but to respond. To the scene, and then to have this unfold, afterwards are just so many questions out there both from the people that I'm staring at a few blocks away from me now and and obviously community city. All sorts of leaders have come. Come down hard on what what everybody saw in those few minutes. George Floyd pinned to the ground, and eventually his lifeless body taken away by ambulance Oh the body Cam may answer some of the questions. is you say that that video eventually will be I assume released I'd read from a couple of people emailed me and said they believed because I believe the police had said in the report that he had originally, he had resisted arrest and I. I've read a couple of other people say they're published reports indicating that he never did do we have any any more detail or precise information on? You know indeed what took place before what we see in the video in that regard. I just dawned on me. I'm hearing the same reports seeing the same things from different witnesses. I mean we can confirm. He was in the squad car. At least that's what witnesses believe they saw then they ripped them out. which doesn't you know doesn't make a ton of sense really doesn't and the squad car wide. pull him out. But again in that if you parse down those that you know five six minutes a video that's posted on facebook by Ella Frazier that bystander you do see the cop you know say that. We tried to get him in the squad for ten minutes, so he's being forthright in the moment, the heat of the moment they are, that does lead you to believe that something happened to them. to want to control the situation now. I've talked to a law enforcement a couple people in law enforcement who? Who of course including the lawyers who've now been retained in the in this case because there was a legal fight ad and you know they obviously say there's another side of this story, and if somebody's combative and difficult to deal with, you may want to keep them under control. Your next call would be to an ambulance right. The ambulance is called not on an urgent basis, but his kind of in route, and eventually gets there, and if they're trying to kind of control the suspect at that point. Until the ambulance gets there and can maybe deal with some other issues you know we did hear medical issue..

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"ella frazier" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"ella frazier" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Fan fan, radio network as well Fox science, Paul Bloom on the a news topic of the day. Four officers fired as both the FBI and the BBC investigate the in custody death of a man in south. Minneapolis. Where where should we begin a Mr Bloom? Let me see if I can get my there. It is there's the cursor welcome back to the to the program. Accept the scene for us what you've been covering today and what you think it's important for listeners who want to follow the news of this story to know at this point. And so many angles reverberating out of that incident last night, Dan thanks for having me on so I am right now. A couple of blocks away from thirty eighth and Chicago the scene of the incident. which has been a spot that protesters committee organizers have descended upon throughout the day to to be heard to share some communal grief doubt, and then to protest frankly, and we are gearing up for five o'clock. Protest with crowds continued to this end. They dozens just basically blocking that significant South Minneapolis intersection of thirty eighth in Chicago The currency in the ground here, but so many things have happened personally today. Nine reporters kind of. Digging into every angle, my personal angle I was thinking George Floyd. Who is he You know what brought into Minneapolis I I don't know if you've been talking about on his show, but on your show, but he's originally from Houston. Guy 6'7. I worked security at a popular northeast Minneapolis bar where I met the owners today and they told me this is some fabulous stories that don't get into kind of on the secondary angle, but It's a dark sad day for Minneapolis heard the Minneapolis. Police officers were quickly fired. They were not going to wait for any sort of investigations whatever they saw in that video. Whatever they've been told from that scene that night. They summarily fired. Four officers. They have seen some photographs. Obviously, a lot of people have seen the video of of George Floyd, being pinned against the ground, but what you don't see, we've seen a couple of photos putting around social media from the back side of that SUV. There are actually three officers that were sort of hovering on top of floyd outside that vehicle and the fourth one who's Kinda corralling the crowd in the foreground of the video camera, so four officers were involved. They've all been fired not only that. Now. The FBI is involved looking at possible civil rights racial component to what took place and they're saying. You know being black in the city anywhere in America's not a crime, and they are going to delve into this issue of race. No doubt while the vca investigate sort of the police tactics That were involved. I don't if you can speak to this directly, but I thought it was an interesting comment. The the the early morning pressure at City Hall Police Chief Are Dondo. said he asked for the federal probe after watching the video from a bystander, and then receiving what he described as additional information unquote about the incident, involving several officers he. The quote was additional information. I received quite frankly from community sources that just provided more context than I had preliminarily. Do you have any idea what he might have been referring to there? I hate to say I. I don't obviously that that'll be a big question. Yes, you know. I've gone about my day getting to know George Floyd. This guy worked security with off-duty Minneapolis officers, someone who had no at least how to interact with police and You know whether there's elements they are whether you know the forgery component some stuff I mean obviously the view, listeners and viewers of ours have to recognize. We pick up the incident at a certain point, the incident you hear an officer on that horrendous video thing you know. We tried to get in the car the crowds and just get him up. Get in that squad car and the officer does say we've tried that. We've tried that for ten minutes so yeah, you don't know what happens exactly at the squad. We don't see body cameras as chief did mentioned body cameras, but we have been told those were on enrolling. What was shown in there? I mean this was a forgery. Call, it's. A different time and place. In quote unquote in an active forgery charge it'd be hard probably to get a Minneapolis, police officer, but to respond. To the scene, and then to have this unfold, afterwards are just so many questions out there both from the people that I'm staring at a few blocks away from me now and and obviously community city. All sorts of leaders have come. Come down hard on what what everybody saw in those few minutes. George Floyd pinned to the ground, and eventually his lifeless body taken away by ambulance Oh the body Cam may answer some of the questions. is you say that that video eventually will be I assume released I'd read from a couple of people emailed me and said they believed because I believe the police had said in the report that he had originally, he had resisted arrest and I. I've read a couple of other people say they're published reports indicating that he never did do we have any any more detail or precise information on? You know indeed what took place before what we see in the video in that regard. I just dawned on me. I'm hearing the same reports seeing the same things from different witnesses. I mean we can confirm. He was in the squad car. At least that's what witnesses believe they saw then they ripped them out. which doesn't you know doesn't make a ton of sense really doesn't and the squad car wide. pull him out. But again in that if you parse down those that you know five six minutes a video that's posted on facebook by Ella Frazier that bystander you do see the cop you know say that. We tried to get him in the squad for ten minutes, so he's being forthright in the moment, the heat of the moment they are, that does lead you to believe that something happened to them..

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