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The Harvey Weinstein Case
"York the trial is expected to last about two months and will be a high profile media spectacle as many are gonna be interested to see if the fallen entertainment mogul can escape any type of punishment and just as the trial began in New York there were new charges of sexual assault that were leveled against one scene in Los Angeles for a look at the Harvey Weinstein trial we spoke to Eric Gardner is a senior editor at The Hollywood Reporter winds teen is being charged with sexually assaulting two women one of the women is known me me hi my A. she is a production assistant to alleges that she wears assaulted back in two thousand and five the other woman's name is not known and she alleges being raped in two thousand thirteen additionally there will be other witnesses coming in with their own stories of being assaulted by once you know over the years there are about three or four of those women we don't know that their names or their stories but the prosecutors hope to use those stories to establish that once he has a pattern in how he approaches women and a lot of the stuff beforehand was sealed off by the judge judge James Burke so there's a lot of things I as I said some secrecy surrounding what's going on that we really don't know yet the judge wants to do a couple things first he wants to preserve the power of having a fair jury trial doesn't want there to be any mistrial on this so he he sealed off the rulings a question it also means that we can't really scrutinize the basis for a lot of his decisions were like who he's choosing to allow to testify who is not we don't know the name of one of the accusers we don't know the names of the witnesses we don't know which evidence has been precluded because it's prejudicial so there's a ton of stuff that will be kind of surprise is going into this trial and there might be things that we just never learned about trial there might be things that aren't said that we don't know aren't being said because their strategic core because the judge has ruled to allow that into the trial would mean that once you may get a fair trial whatever the verdict will be there seems to be already some skepticism to whatever's going to play out there and whether it be because of all the money and the power that Harvey Weinstein had or or whatnot there's already kind of this looming over it there's a sense of mistrust so if for instance the verdict is not guilty will people accept the judge's reasoning and the second reason that matters is because you know a lot of this Michael on appeal so you know there's a lot we don't know about the case the judge is clearly made a decision here that to preserve a fair trial require secrecy on the other hand people are going to report this reporters are on this case for two years not reporting this and if there are mistruths part of the blame for that might have to go to the judge as well because he's not letting out a lot of the information out so a lot of the misinformation could be attributed partly to the secrecy I think it's not such a great crash dance I think that's the reason why a lot of media organizations pushed to open up access to some of the pre trial hearings and but something the watcher as as this moves forward what what are we gonna learn about how the how the judge conducted himself in this case and you're talking about you know that need for this fair and impartial trial that kind of played out in what happened on Monday a little bit where the judge was talking to the defense attorney saying Hey you know you did the same view on CNN do not disparage any of the witnesses you know it's gonna be hard enough to get a fair and impartial jury as it is we don't need you going about this that way because I guess the prosecution was trying to get some type of broad gag order in the judge didn't really go for that but he did give a warning to the defense at least say do not talk about any of these witnesses judges are always leery about some of the comments that come outside the court room so that's not not such as a prize from one scene perspective his point there's been there's been a lot of bad stuff put out there in the process and one scenes lawyers just want an opportunity to rebut it and to push across their story and so they don't think it's fair if they have to remain silence while there's all this reporting out there about him as a monster and from their perspective they can't get a fair trial if they're gab and the judge has a lot of discretion he can do things as you wish us as he's been planning out this trial clearly the second he's made is to try to keep this as tightly lip as possible and now this is all going to spell out is kind of unusual there's a very high profile case ace yet the ratio of things we don't know two things we do know it is quite high compared to that the typical high profile trial and it's going to be a huge media spectacle I mean the jury selection supposed to be about two weeks the whole trial I guess they say something around six weeks as this was getting under way in Los Angeles there was two new charges against Harvey Weinstein there was a little bit of counter programming from rose McGowan I did they had like a press conference as the trial starting this is gonna be a huge media spectacle as well some of the stuff that's happening outside the courtroom is a lot more interesting right now than what's happening inside the New York court room the first week in the RP one scene trout could be quite boring just Jerry saying whether they can commit to a six week trial on a lot of juror in perspective jurors will take themselves out of pull because they you know have jobs and they can't do that but you look at what happened today in new charges being announced a Los Angeles that was alluded to at today's hearing I think that there might be a push and about whether or not some of the media spectacles that are happening outside is going to change what's happening inside so if there's any news the common in next week I think it's going to be motions based on a lot of the noise that's happening outside the courtroom every gardener senior editor at The Hollywood Reporter thank you very much for joining us
NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo fired in 2014 Eric Garner death
"On the final decision given Monday on the fate of the NYPD officer whose chokehold killed Eric garner who stop for selling loose cigarettes more than five years after Eric garner exclaimed I can't breathe eleven times with officer Daniel Pantaleo is arm around his neck Pantaleo is now out of a job the unintended consequence of Mr garner's death must have a consequence of its own commissioner James o'neil says he's confident in his decision though it wasn't an easy one to make I had to do in the end what I felt was the correct decision the firing is effective immediately and pen delay was stripped of his pension o'neill says he understands cops who may not be happy with the decision but he says the department only to work through it there is accountability within the New York City police department it is fair and impartial at one police plaza Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eight eight and after yesterday's announcement the police commissioner who wins that station house and say we have over the pad delay always back he did nothing wrong so I yes what's changed that is New York city's police benevolent association police union president Patrick Lynch saying rank and file officers feel betrayed by the commissioner's decision to in his words put politics and self interest over the officers but the police union sentiment not shared by garner's family commission nail I thank you for doing the right thing I'm a garner daughter of Eric Gardner reacting to police commissioner o'neill's dismissal of Daniel Pantaleo today she spoke at the national action network with a brother Eric junior and the river now Sharpton and she said they're not done we will be going after the rest of the officers involved because they want the officers who testified on behalf of Pantaleo investigated for perjury they also want the chokehold outlawed as for PBA president Pat Lynch's claim penta layers dismissal was political the reference chart and set what kind of policemen do we have that would be upset that the commission of this it is presented by an administrative judge I heard the commission to say he served over three decades in the police force now he's a police hate it because he said I'm following the guidelines shop and also says he's opposed to acts of violence against police we denounce them continue to denounce does that throw water on please and do other things at police we're not for harming police at the national action network in Harlem Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eighty just a footnote here Pantaleo is attorney said he is filing to appealed the
Union for Actors Raises Concerns Around Deep Fake Technology in Hollywood
"Digital video technology is advancing fast and that gives Hollywood a lot more creative freedom in storytelling like the uncanny resurrection of deceased actor Peter Cushing in star wars rogue one. It's no surprise there are some frightening implications that come with eerily accurate digital simulations or manipulations of real people and the Union that represents actors is raising the alarm for how damaging deep fake video technology can be to its members. Eric Garner covered this topic for the Hollywood reporter where he's a senior editor for Law and public policy and he began explaining how even though Hollywood has been developing visual effects for years deep fake technology comes with some unique unique challenges what makes us different is the ability to really use technology to blur the lines between falseness and reality in such a hyper focused way that people really can't tell the difference. That's what we mean by. Deep fakes deserve essentially video versions of Photoshop and they've been used for political use. There's a famous deep fake video of Nancy Pelosi one of Hillary Clinton so Howard deep fakes affecting Hollywood Hollywood right now well in several ways one is in a pornographic round where you know on a lot of porn sites. You might see celebrity doing things that she never did in real life and this is a concern too many actresses who see this as a violation of their privacy we also see deep fake technology being incorporated in to explore the boundaries of filmmaking where you know you might see something in deceptively edited in in such a way that you can't really tell that it actually didn't happen so you might see documentary made where deep big are used to showcase a point it has it's pluses and minuses. It's good features sure so bad features. A lot of people are concerned these days about the political realm and the pornographic around but I think everything needs to be explored. There is obviously a potentially positive use and I'm thinking say of an actor like Carrie Fisher who has passed away and everybody who is a part of the Carrie Fisher team says that if there's a way to bring her back to life essentially in the latest star wars movie using video technology that that is okay but there are also some laws that have been proposed some New York that are trying to get to the darker aspect of deep fake so what we're New York legislators talking about sure they wanted to make the ability to control one name amy image and likeness as a property right as opposed to just a privacy right and they proposed barring things using a digital replica decreed sexually explicit material they wanted to extend the protection action ones like this past that and they wanted to create a registry whereby the heirs of famous people could document their official control over their relatives name damage <hes>. It's a very big and broad law that with really. Really shake up things and give people both the right to stop the fakes as well as the ability to license everything from the holograms and what is the industry's perspective on this and where do people like the leaders of the screen actors guild where to their allegiances fall the actors are extremely in favour of doing such a thing they are concerned about their members privacy and their ability to control exploitation but then there are the studios broadcasters journalists and others who worried that you know cracking down on this sort of thing in such a word way my interfere with free speech. We're talking talking with Eric Gardner at the Hollywood reporter about deep fakes. Somebody you quote in your article. <hes> law professor at Loyola named Jennifer Rothman and she says that there's a potential problem with the idea of assigning rights of publicity implicity is a property right in that maybe through something like a bankruptcy that could be an asset that is claimed and that the new owner of that asset could exploit your right of publicity as if it were a transferable double asset. Is that directly or is that something that could actually happen one of the things that POPs up is the potential that say celebrity gets into debt and creditors my book to obtain foreclose <music> on that celebrities likeness rights or in a divorce a spouse might claim that the likeness bright's our community property and so you get to these sorts of things and you have all these sorts of interesting scenarios happen where someone might not be able to control their own likeness and while we haven't seen too many disputes about this so far we have seen a few actually the Goldman family they WANNA try to foreclose on O._J.. Simpson like yes right. Have they been successful. They blocked him from registering official accounts on twitter they weren't but that was before legislative started thinking about ways to distinguish between privacy and publicity. You know being crosby's his ex wife tried to go to four to get a piece of his publicity rights so these sorts of issues have been popping up slowly and I would expect to see more of that especially on new legislation
"eric gardner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"On WCBS good morning I'm Maria Garcia And here are three things to know at one fifteen one woman is dead suspect remains police custody following. Last night's hostage situation at trader Joe's store in Los Angeles identified gunmen surrendered after three hours. He was wanted in the shooting of his grandmother and his, girlfriend to, the asbestos cleanup completed now in the flat iron district after the steam. Pipe explosion city officials say the heavy rains overnight will not pose any major issues and three the NYPD has. Officially begun disciplinary proceedings against the, white, officer, accused in the notorious chokehold death of Eric Gardner we get more from WCBS reporter Kelly. Walter the. Death of Eric garner sparked widespread protests. And was a catalyst, for the black. Lives matter movement departmental charges were presented to. Thirty-three-year-old officer Daniel Pantaleo on Friday police watchdog agency the. Civilian complaint review board will prosecute him NYPD officials had been waiting. To see. A federal prosecutor Would bring criminal, charges against the officer in July two thousand fourteen death of the unarmed garner Pantaleo can be seen in cellphone video putting garner in an. Apparent chokehold which is banned under NYPD policy a lawyer for the officer expects he will be vindicated after trial Kelly Waldron w. CBS News Radio. Eight eighty the search for a missing Brooklyn woman ends with a grisly discovery inside her east. Flatbush apartment police say the woman's body was found on Saturday, bound wrapped, in a bedsheet and stuffed into a closet at the home on Lennox. Road in northeastern avenue she has been identified as fifty eight-year-old timeline a friend had called police saying she hadn't. Seen her in a while officials, say, there, are no signs of struggle and they are investigating an autopsy will be conducted to determine. Cause of. Death the tour boat disaster in Branson. Missouri is the deadliest, duck boat accident. In US history but it is not the. First as we hear from CBS news correspondent Kris van Cleave the feds have been concerned about the safety of duck boats for years nearly twenty years ago the NTSB sounded the alarm after thirteen people died when this duck boats sank in just seven minutes in hot. Springs Arkansas investigators warned duck boats were not originally designed for passenger. Service and do not have adequate, reserve buoyancy. To remain afloat in the event of a breach and the NTSB urged changes to. The canopy because. It can trap passengers in a sinking vehicle a situation potentially made worse if they're wearing life vests in two thousand ten when this duck boat equipped. With a canopy was hit by a barge. In Philadelphia to tourists didn't make it out and drowned they are death traps that, should be banned lawyer Andrew Duffy represented victims of Philadelphia accident in a multimillion dollar lawsuit the canopy is is. Pulling you down while the life, preserver is pulling you up into the top of the, canopy and then somehow in dark murky waters will you don't know the difference, between Up and down you have to try to navigate, your way out the side of this canopy the NTSB is likely to take a close look at the role that canopy played in the Branson accident as well Mark Rosen Kerr the former chairman of the National Transportation Safety board points out duck boats, are at times nearly eighty year old vehicles originally built to ferry troops and. Supplies in World War Two not to operate us tour boats overall when you talk about the history of their operations they the, accidents are very rare the problem is is when. You do have an accident there catastrophic. And many people are affected, by it and can die it's happened on the roads to in two thousand fifteen this duck boat collided with a bus five people died last year Boston increased safety regulations after two fatal accidents CBS news time one eighteen. Traffic and weather together every..
‘Death Traps’: Branson Tragedy Isn’t First Deadly Duck Boat Accident
"You're, never more, than fifteen minutes from the big stories. On, WCBS good evening I'm Maria Garcia And here are three things to know at nine fifteen police in Los Angeles still on the scene. Of a standoff situation where a murder suspect remains barricaded inside a, trader Joe's store in Hollywood police believe there are still at least five people inside the store and they are trying to get. Them out to the asbestos cleanup continues in the flat. Iron district after the steam pipe explosion but officials say they. Have contained most of the chemicals and tonight's rains should not pose any major issues and three the NYPD has. Officially begun disciplinary proceedings against the, white officer accused in the notorious chokehold death of Eric Gardner we get more from WCBS reporter Kelly. Waldron the. Death of Eric garner sparked widespread protests. And was a catalyst, for the black lives. Matter movement departmental charges were presented to Thirty-three-year-old. Officer Daniel Pantaleo on Friday a police watchdog agency the civilian complaint review board. Will prosecute him NYPD officials had been waiting to see a federal prosecutors would. Bring criminal charges Against the officer in the July two thousand fourteen death of the unarmed garner Pantaleo can be seen in cellphone video putting garner in an apparent chokehold which is banned under NYPD policy a. Lawyer for the officer expects he will be vindicated after trial Kelly, Waldron w. CBS News Radio eight eighty the search for a missing Brooklyn woman ends with their grisly discovery insider east flash Bush. Apartment police say the woman's body was found bound wrapped. In a bedsheet and stuffed in to a closet at the. Home on Lennox road in northeastern avenue she's been identified as fifty eight-year-old Kaya MIR a friend had Copley saying. She hadn't seen her in a, while officials say there are no signs of struggle and are investigating and autopsy will be conducted to. Determine cause. Of death the tour boat disaster in. Branson Missouri is the, deadliest duck boat accident. In US history but it is not the. First as we hear from CBS news correspondent Kris van cleave the feds Arkansas Learned, about the safety of duck boats for years nearly twenty years ago the NTSB sounded the alarm after thirteen. People died when this duck boat sank in just seven minutes in hot springs Arkansas investigators warned duck boats were. Not originally designed for passenger service and do not have adequate reserve. Buoyancy to remain afloat in the, event of. A breach and the NTSB urged changes to the canopy because it can trap passengers in a sinking, vehicle a situation potentially made worse if they're wearing life vests in two thousand ten when this duck boat equipped with a canopy was hit by. A barge in Philadelphia to tourists, didn't make it out and drowned they are death traps that should be banned lawyer, Andrew, Duffy represented victims Philadelphia accident in a multimillion dollar, lawsuit the canopy is is pulling you down while the. Life preserver is pulling you up, into the top of the canopy and then somehow in, dark murky waters when you don't know the difference between up and down you, have, to, try to navigate Gate your way out, the side of this canopy the NTSB is likely to take a close look at the role that canopy played in the Branson accident as well Mark Rosen Kerr the former chairman of the National Transportation Safety board points out duck boats are at times, nearly eighty year old vehicles originally built to ferry troops and supplies in World. War Two not to operate us tour boats overall when you talk about the history of their operations they the accidents are very, rare the problem is is when you do have. An accident there catastrophic and many. People are affected by and, condi- it's happened on the roads to in two thousand fifteen this duck boat collided with a bus five people died last year Boston increase safety, regulations after two fatal accidents CBS news transportation correspondent Kris van cleave, reporting WCBS news time nine eight Time for another, check on Ten..
"eric gardner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"It's Eighty-four in midtown, falling too low of seventy seven tonight I'm meteorologist Steve Travis in the WCBS weather center w CBS. News time seven ten times almost up on the federal government to investigate, the death of Eric Gardner so says the NYPD which is starting, its own investigation of the case of disciplinary hearing here's rich lamb. The NYPD has, been delaying. Its internal disciplinary process against police officer Daniel Pantaleo and sergeant Kizzie donnas in the garner case, deputy Commissioner Larry burn on why the pause law It's more than a courtesy there, are potential issues if we, were going forward with our disciplinary process and, they were still investigating. But they had completed their investigation now and it's just. A matter of them making a. Decision obviously it's an important decision so we want to give them some additional time to make that decision but the NYPD. Says if the Justice department does not make a decision and publicly announce it, by September first the police department will move forward with its disciplinary process which involves departmental charges and an internal trial in lower Manhattan rich lamb. WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty I'm Kevin Rincon at the national action network in Harlem where Reverend, Al Sharpton stood. Alongside Eric Garner's mother Gwen car the two calling for Justice four. Years after his death to have remained on payroll four, years after, clearly and admittedly being involved in this Is something that gives been paid to the family, and insulting to the community car says she thinks. About her son every day you. Know I still have sleep. Nights I still have nightmares whether it be the DOJ or the NYPD car says it's about closure, we don't want it to be watered down we want a trial and we want Justice at. The, national action network in. Harlem Kevin Rincon WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty and you know.
"eric gardner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"So much we've been talking about the assertion on the part of sharpton that police shootings of blacks are a national scandal i'm paraphrasing we're talking about the refusal of the community to wait until there's an investigation never mind that the sacramento pd is headed by black man never mind that one of those officers involved in the shooting is black but it's an unarmed black suspect therefore there must be police brutality therefore they must be police profiling virtually every one of these calls celebs eric gardner freddie gray sandra bland michael brown trayvon martin and i'm leaving out some of them virtually every one of them ends up in the officers not being charged but they're usually the payoff and as richard the officer from reality said it's designed essentially to mollify the community he called it hush money i didn't call it that but it is money to in my opinion placate the family and the families out yelling and screaming then they would encourage other people to be out yelling and screaming so i think that's what it is but i find it bizarre that officers are found to be acting in policy haven't done anything wrong and yet the city pays out a bunch of money just because somebody got shot who didn't follow commands and who officers reasonably believed posed a threat to them or to others.
"eric gardner" Discussed on WGTK
"So much we've been talking about the assertion on the part of sharpton that police shootings of blacks are a national scandal i'm paraphrasing we're talking about the refusal of the community to wait until there's an investigation never mind that the sacramento pd is headed by black man never mind that one of those officers involved in the shooting is black but it's an unarmed black suspect therefore there must be police brutality therefore they must be police profiling virtually every one of these calls celebs eric gardner freddie gray sandra bland michael brown trayvon martin and i'm leaving out some of them virtually every one of them ends up in the officers not being charged with they're usually the payoff and as richard the officer from reality said it's designed essentially to mollify the community he called it hush money i didn't call it that but it is money to in my opinion placate the family and the families out yelling and screaming then they would encourage other people to be out yelling and screaming so i think that's what it is but i find it bizarre that officers are found to be acting in policy haven't done anything wrong and yet the city pays out a bunch of money just because somebody got shot who didn't follow commands and who officers reasonably believed posed a threat to them or to others.
"eric gardner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"So much we've been talking about the assertion on the part of sharpton that police shootings of blacks are a national scandal i'm paraphrasing we're talking about the refusal of the community to wait until there's an investigation never mind that the sacramento pd is headed by black men never mind that one of those officers involved in the shooting is black but it's an unarmed black suspect therefore there must be police brutality therefore they must be police profiling virtually every one of these calls celebs eric gardner freddie gray sandra bland michael brown trayvon martin and i'm leaving out some of them virtually every one of them ends up in the officers not being charged but they're usually the payoff and as richard the officer from reality said it's designed essentially to modify the community he called it hush money i didn't call it that but it is money to in my opinion placate the family and the families out yelling and screaming then they would encourage other people to be out yelling and screaming so i think that's what it is but i find it bizarre that officers are found to be acting in policy haven't done anything wrong and yet the city pays out a bunch of money just because somebody got shot who didn't follow commands and who officers reasonably believed posed a threat to them or to others.
"eric gardner" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"They come back and they say we can't bring any charges you wanted to bring charges and then had the jury come back and and find them not guilty or or or a hung jury is that what you want you want to do what baltimore dea try six officers and then charged six officers try three of them in every single case failed to get a conviction and then you decided not to try the other ones is that what you want based on what i've seen so far there isn't any evidence whatsoever that these officers academia unlawful way i'm sure they'll be revisiting tactics i'm sure they'll be re visiting the policy on when you can meet him a body cam if ever but did the officers reasonably believe that they were in fear of their lives or of serious bodily injury and if somebody's running in his at night and you reason we believe that you've got something in his hand it could be that could be of a firearm what are you supposed to do when they resist your commands what the tamir rice shooting real bad isn't it twelve year old twirling a replica gun and the police come up and shoot him right away and then you bring in all of these people experts think there were three or four reports filed and they all came with the same conclusion officer acted in a justifiable way sorry now let me ask you something isn't that good news isn't it good news at the officers do not acting unlawful way isn't it good news at the obama justice department declined to bring civil rights charges against the officers involved and eric gardner i guess any of the officers involved in the death of freddie gray it's did the obama doj bring charges against george zimmerman for violating the civil rights of trayvon martin another investigation now mike lindell the inventor of my pillow a very special offer for larry elder listeners fifty percent off the four pack which until two premium pillows and two go anywhere pillows eight hundred eight nine oh eighteen forty three use promo code larry mypillow dot com and use promo code larry.
"eric gardner" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"One of the i think the youngest tenured professor in the history of harvard apathy black if widely regarded if brilliant he just assumed that the beliefs had been using force against black people so he thought he would do a study by how often and how bad it is and he said the results were the most shocking his career again he found the police were less likely to use deadly force against a black suspect then a white suspect researchers washington state same thing they did simulation machines and found out that the cops were more reluctant more hesitant these daily force on a black suspect then on the white sox back or even hispanic suspect these things are rare in virtually every case in virtually every case and the civilian head the suspect simply followed commands he or she would still be alive why this is so complicated info offensive to people i can't say comply and you won't die the brother is stefan clark said he wants his brother to go down in the same sentence with people like eric gardner and michael brown into mere rice trayvon martin the problem with all of those the grand jury did not rainy charges against the officers who were involved in the death of eric garner grand jury found that the officers acted justifiably this is the man who was selling lucy's will cigarettes the real issue is why the police felt that that was worthy of investigation in the first place and the answer is people who sell lucy's deprive the state of their taxes taxes which are needed to run their expensive convoluted and efficient government but the police were not acting unlawfully at irregardless simply follow commands there's a good chance he'd still be alive michael brown same thing tim your rice that was a child who was trolling around a replica gun where the.
"eric gardner" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Truth and and on things like a lucy cigarettes for example new york's the same way the all member would have with apple eric gardner right selling lucy cigarettes and then the city of new york orders a crackdown because they're not getting the revenue so the police are told the gotta go arrest these people and it leads to of course as as as very often does whenever citizens encounter law enforcement the job of law enforcement is to enforce law it's not to give you a hug and kiss sometimes these things go badly so why are these low level people in the california justice system in the first place nobody ever stops to ask that question i don't have the answers because i haven't gone through the records of all these people but what we're told by california's these people are not bad people they're not dangerous people are so they don't want to turn them over to the feds why giresse them why are they in your minister bola criminal justice system why are they in your state or your county criminal justice system white wire these these are good people winding up behind bars in your in your were in the criminal justice process is it about revenue as it about money it is i bet you if you were get to the root of what california's criminal justice system is all about in this and and governor jerry brown moon being jerry book brett jerry brown i bet you you'd find out but a lot of these offenses are related to money suit to people who either oh money maybe parking tickets and things like that where she went up getting arrested for out there or perhaps there for other sorts of offenses that are that are that have to deal with revenue and finds that maybe people can't pay so so they arrested biggest california wants its money but now california wants to grandstand in say we're not going to cooperate with the federal criminal justice system the fallacy of all of this is that the left wants you to believe these are people sitting in church these are people sitting at you know at at their son's basketball game and then the feds say bring me that person well the feds don't have to.
"eric gardner" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Get justice for her father sharpton said while they say she died of a heart attack no her heart was attacked that day referring to july twenty seven two thousand fourteen the day police killed her father shocked and went on to say justice is in a coma in the eric garner case the police officer daniel pantelei who put garner in the fatal chokehold still works in the nypd there have also been no federal civil rights charges brought against him and others responsible for eric coroner's death also attending the funeral had pop artist an actor common and the father of michael brown killed by a white police officer and ferguson missouri two weeks after eric garner which killed and staten island there was conflict in the midst of the funeral last night over the exclusion of era because grandmother eric gardner's mother gwen car causing a number of people to leave including a group of mothers of children killed by new york police like cutting out to follow the mother of ahmadou diallo a number of new york police officers escorted erikas coffin out of the church after the funeral several dozen black lives matter activist took to the streets one person was arrested before they marched i spoke to qb of shut it down c a friend of eric garner tuesday and thursday she would do a rally whether it was nine degrees ten degrees whether it was three people four people we watched we marched to the.
"eric gardner" Discussed on KPCC
"And forty million active listeners but it's not just music lovers who are following spotify closely there are also a lot of lawyers wondering if the streaming service is acquiring all the song rights that it needs and then pain those songwriters and performers fairly just before we say goodbye to two thousand in seventeen wickson music publishing whose clients include tom petty donald fagan stevie nicks and neil young filed a one point six billion dollar lawsuit against spotify the claim is that the streaming service has used tens of thousands of songs without obtaining the proper licenses and pain out the correct royalties eric gardner is a senior editor at the hollywood reporter and he's been covering the story we got him on the line this morning to give us a rundown on the litigator that spotify is facing while number of our writer app come only let that bought up by had polio lie him some competition um dare to a way under the law where in a meet you really negotiate riots will or request permission but after send i noticed that they intend to use a song and they have to make required uh licence payments but it's very hard to track down all be co authors for song so you know there are a lot of accusations have made that spotify hasn't fully been paying for the works on its network um spotify came to a forty three million dollar settlement two for a class action but there have been a lingering lawsuits and the last year much including most recently on friday a lawsuit by the publisher of some you know famous names like tom petty and and dust steely dan in young so when spotify use using a song that means it's streaming it and it's really important that most songs have two under wine rides the sound recording of the song which usually belongs to the record label and the songwriting composition itself which has also call the mechanical right which typically belong to the artist is that basically the the issue here yet but it gets even more complicated so competition rights gay who get divided in other ways tears there's to white perform the composition the left hand book by ask act and bmi than this right to we into physically we produced though the composition that happened tweet lynn streaming occurs where.
"eric gardner" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Ten minutes the next breaking traffic alert when it happens i'm rebecca ms arrows on ten ten wins wins news time eight forty two so just like accu weather promised it snowed but fortunately it stopped and it didn't stick in many places like here in the city but it's still really cold out and it's going to stay that way let's get an update from meteorologist dave bowers in this live report for sure carol yeah if saves going to stay cold here through this coming week leases dry lease through wednesday we've got a shot at seeing snow thursday storm could pull down and extremely cold air mass four friday into next week and so we have to get used to this bondo up four tomorrow night's party were thinking eleven agrees at midnight real fuel readings are actually gonna be below zero daryl so everyone should stay tuned to ten ten wins for the latest on the weather the young woman who became active in the black lives matter movement has now died after her father eric gardner died in a police chokehold in 2014 eric garner became an activist speaking out against police brutality but the 27yearold mother of two suffered a heart attack christmas eve dot attack attacked broken on the reverend al sharpton speaking saturday after gardner died era cook ghana's hot was broken over three years ago when the justice system fail to give any kind of justice flow fox a grand jury declined to indict the police officer who placed her father in the show called and that's brian clark reporting wins news time eight forty four the devils losing to washington all the sports after this radiocom presents dealer dad radio tigrett who is all about videogame all the latest news and coverage related to the gaming industry join house danny paniagua harris willie at peter tarita did daily into all the leaders scheme covered bouncy will discuss the.
"eric gardner" Discussed on NPR News Now
"A hundred thousand drivers the new policy comes after lawsuits brought by the southern poverty law center and the solas macarthur justice center at the university of mississippi law school the groups argued that poverty should not be a traffic crime debbie elliott npr news the oldest daughter of eric gardner whose death helped spark the black lives matter movement has died erica gardeners official twitter account so she passed away this morning at the age of twenty seven enters jole rose reports eric garner became an activist for police accountability when her father eric garner died after being placed in a chokehold by police in 2014 his final words i can't breathe were caught on cell phone video and became a national protest chant after that erica garner was a constant presence at rallies and protests and an outspoken critic of the nypd she spoke to members station wnyc in 2016 i'm so tired of seeing all costs are in bad in every day we see a different way office said of the different age ingende killing people and getting away with it eric garner gave birth in august and was diagnosed with heart problems joel rose npr news new york oblast of extremely cold air is hitting the upper midwest in eastern u s this weekend after an already cold and snow eweek dangerous windchill warnings have been issued for much of the central plains and midwest in the twin cities the wind chill this afternoon was twenty four degrees below zero and a blizzard warning is up for parts of montana the national weather service says the arctic air mass will slips out this weekend this is npr.
"eric gardner" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"500 up twenty two this is cbs news this realms glow to here at home and emmy awardwinning journalist jeff lord now every weakness on the cbs evening news i'm actually lead to men with the latest radio one or two point nine karn little rock city director kevin richardson is working on a push to make marijuana arrest a low priority he told price mckeown giving us if you'll law like that pass will be very challenging but it's a challenge he's willing to take on because he says little rock needs it i know a lot of people were dark marijuana there will be contributed more saadi but i and my excellent large service of statue tom i had to pay substantial fines for this little things like marijuana right before we that these people near baseline and geyer spring we met with the city direct your representing this area who's making the 'push blood too little luck officials own incurred in people smoke marijuana san from apostle standpoint we need alycia going through the emails director qin richardson sent to the city attorney he gives marijuana arrest statistics citing what he called a dramatic increase richardson explains nearly ten years ago fayetteville adopted this the lowest law enforcement and prosecutorial priority police ordinance we will do something similar or something along those lines he says it's about shifting tax money in focusing on the rise in violent crime while keeping nonviolent offenders out of jail lrp de are looking for thirty nine year old eric gardner they say he knowingly exposing and other man's aides iv.
"eric gardner" Discussed on KOIL
"I got a couple of big deal stories this hour robert muller a day former fbi director special account soul now leading the lynch mob of all members of the trump family on trump administration has plant at another flag on the ground here of sorts and these two comics there are two different political comic stretch i would like to draw your attention joke you may have heard about the mia may have heard about one of them and not the other the people at charlie hebdo apparently just really love getting their asas character something uh thinking that might have something to do with juicy that new york new york where eric gardner was out on the street selling loose cigarettes because it's too expensive in poor neighborhoods to buy a pack of cigarettes so and the democrats they really want their tax revenue from this stuff never want people selling loose cigarettes he created a black market when you drove the price of a pack of cigarettes through the roof and then eric garner was just responding to that market he was our capitalist tony was seldom lose cigarette not lose joints loose cigarettes on the straight and and the police are you know they're they're ordered by the democrats and the city council to arrest people for selling loose cigarettes and that's what led to the death of eric garner a complete outrage you should be allowed to sell loose cigarettes on the street without being are costed by the police but the the democrats there so i said they want their revenue there they're the ribbon numerous from way back and they want their money they get a piece of the pie like the mafia and if you don't buy their juke boxes and and you know rent they're juke boxes and keep them in your establishment they come by and collect the money from time to time then something could happen you know some bad can happen and that's what the democrats are in the big government as they're kinda like the mafia and.
"eric gardner" Discussed on WTMA
"I got a couple of big deal story this hour robert muller a former fbi director special counsel vow reading the lynch mob of all members of the trump family on trump administration has wam said another flag on the ground here of short and these two comic there are two different political comics threat i would like to draw your attention to you you may have heard about them you may have heard about one of them and not the other the the people at charlie hebdo apparently just really loved getting their ashes character something uh on that might have some that there were just see that new york new york where eric gardner was out on the street selling loose cigarettes because it's too expensive good poor neighborhoods to buy a pack of cigarettes so and the democrats they really want their tax revenue from this stuff none of want people sell loose cigarettes she created a black market when you're drove the price of a pack of cigarettes through the roof and then eric garner was just responding to that market he would say our capitalist on he was so unlu cigarette not lose joints lose at sound the streak and and the police are you know go there ordered by the democrat said the city council to arrest people for selling loose cigarettes and that's what led to the death of eric garner complete outrage you should be allowed to sell loose cigarettes on the street without being are costed by the police but the democrats there so i said they want their revenue there they're the ribbon numerous from way back and they want their money they get a piece of the pie wipe the mafia and if you don't you know by their juke boxes and and you know rent they're juke boxes and keep them in your establishment they come by and collect the money from timetotime then something could happen you know some bad can happen and that's what the democrats are in the big government as they're kinda like the mafia and.
"eric gardner" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The i could do with no cry prosecutors undertaker there was no crime loretta lynch you uh replace them which is a extraordinary the fbi agents and the prosecuted and the new agents in the new prosecuted also found there was no this is loretta lynch who was later appointed attorney general the united lights at the time she was in the district attorney i mean a a us attorney what to turn right eighty i'd be in the supporters of eric gardner said he was a you it was a minor cry find me was selling illegal cigarettes on the street i didn't warrant jumping on and on what is the answer to that when you hear that greece's it added that yet it was a minor crime but he resisted i mean it's it's a crime where you take him into custody in you say go to it anymore and he's not supposed to fight you're not supposed to fight the cop and you go no wife died fighting the cops and other word start fighting and all sudden you fight he's on drugs than he pulls out of god and i mean you don't overnight you don't know when the police they don't fight go we did we wanna put handcuffs on you both fight don't resist olympic of our lives three years later right uh the location at the time and as i recall those marches a grand central station uh were making accusations that the nypd was going on a rampage against and then fill in the black members of this community of that community did it happen eddie no corresponding number the amount of crime in new york city is gone down on enormous which overwhelm read protected poor people of color okay because they were primary victims of crime secondly the number of people that have been shot by police i've been as decreased enormously sort of greece have been extremely successful at protecting people of color an extremely successful in avoiding in a violent with people call it so really gatherfy at report about i think with last week or was bad when he came chiwood that uh a hispanic darkskinned police officer was killed you didn't see uh familiar with the media by a couple of.
"eric gardner" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Yeah we do have a problem in new york it more reckon now because of the injustices that happened not just in jail but on our streets where it's over policing we have a police state right now and that because we took away community policing and so you don't have community policing and we have to rely on the courts and the systems in place to raise our kids well we've been now noted saying i don't know why we haven't noticed before bike it takes now the death of trayvon martin and then eric gardner and your bland in cali browder my brother for us to start saying at that point wayne colley was taken for us to my family and the public when he taken from us then they said wait enough is enough even if i didn't vote before i'm voting now even if i didn't stand up to what happened with eric gardener or trayvon martin sending up now because what we're doing to our kids is now being brought to the peace of the public so we raise the age and i'm trying to make a difference in this because we call east law the united states we have if us citizen in the united states you have the right to enjoy the privileges of the constitution and the constitution says we are supposed to have a speedy trial every state is supposed to have the constitutional right and texas is the only state that actually had the absolute constitutional speedy trial every other state has a version of speedy trial but at least they have really trial new york is the only seat the only thing to have noticed meeting trial would they have instead is what's coal the ready when we're ready for you we'll get you.