35 Burst results for "Eric Garner"

How the Government Attacks Political Opponents

The Officer Tatum Show

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

How the Government Attacks Political Opponents

"We have a nonprofit organization me and canon's own started blexit. Why did we get out of there by the IRS? Lexie didn't raise and it's all public record. Lexie didn't raise nowhere near the money that Black Lives Matter has raised. Why aren't they getting out of it? Patrice colors have to step down a cofounder of Black Lives Matter had to step down because they found out she was using donation money to buy mansions. Then she then they bind $1 million properties during her kid's birthday party at one of the properties, paying a baby daddy almost a $1 million. Another guy who just got busted, they're suing him. Because they claim that he stole money from the organization. When you look at it, they got $60 million or something they can't find. Michael Brown's family, Eric Garner's family, many people who family members have died and Black Lives Matter have raised money on, they're trying to sue Black Lives Matter. Because they got none of the money. George Floyd family didn't get a dime from Black Lives Matter. But they don't get out of it.

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Caller: Mitch McConnell Is Not a Campaigner but an Administrator

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | Last month

Caller: Mitch McConnell Is Not a Campaigner but an Administrator

"Hi, Mike. Thank you. Going after McConnell, I believe, only plays into a Democrat party hand. So I'm not saying you personally, but I think that that's what's going on in the background here. Remember, if not from McConnell, Eric Garner would currently be on the Supreme Court of the United States, the payback. You mean Merrick Garland. But Joe, I appreciate that. I guess we could ignore it and hope it goes away. What do you think is motivating leader McConnell in failing to lead the Republican Party in this manner? He's more concerned with preserving the republic than winning elections. What does that mean? What preserving the republic, you think we're not going to preserve the republic if the Republicans take control of the Senate? What I'm saying is he's not much of a campaigner. He's clearly an administrator. And I would, I would suggest instead people contact people like the whip soon and McCarthy and personally, one of your other columnists. What an interesting take. He's

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"eric garner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"eric garner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At 6 32 Good wet Tuesday morning I'm Michael hill a flash flood watching effect for the tri state area of 58 with heavy rain this morning so be careful out there We're going up to a high of 60 today An inquiry into the 2014 killing of Eric Garner and Staten Island by former police officer Daniel pantaleo began yesterday WNYC is going Hogan reports Two officers kicked off the testimony a sergeant who called officers to the scene where Garner was later killed and pantaleo's former partner on the force Garner's mother Gwen Carr says she's hoping the process will finally shed light on her son's killing It's been delayed it's been postponed It's been just always trying to sweep it under the rug as Eric's mother I was not in that nigga get swept under the rug Car sued under a rarely used provision in the city law that allows citizens to request an inquiry into misconduct No ruling or determination is expected but all findings will become public Two officers face repercussions for Garner's death one officer was doct vacation days and pantaleo was fired 5 years later Governor Kathy hoko says she's enacting several anti harassment and anti discrimination measures in state government with a particular focus on the governor's office carrying de witt has that store Hoeke took office just over two months ago after former governor Andrew Cuomo resigned in a sexual harassment scandal Hoka said to video message to all state employees outlining the changes that she's making We will treat one another with respect The workplace is no place for bullying or intimidation sexual harassment disparagement or mistreatment The governor says she's instituting live anti harassment training It will replace an online program of instruction that was done individually Hoko says she's retained an outside law firm that will investigate any claims of unlawful discrimination harassment and retaliation in the executive chamber and the governor's office will also be getting a revamped human resources department Reports of minor flooding on local roads including parts of the Brooklyn queens expressway near downtown Brooklyn and Staten Island as 51 buses detoured in both directions along front street between canal and edgewater and delays this morning on NJ transit's northeast corridor and Morris and Essex lines Your forecast now a flash flood watch in effect for this afternoon for the tri state pay attention to the forecast and.

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Why Does Gen Z Believe Leftist Garbage?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Why Does Gen Z Believe Leftist Garbage?

"Welcome back to one on one with me, Sebastian, and amala E. So, you are at the forefront. You are probably the newest national personality for this amazing institution that is pragya university. Will you tell us a little bit about first because you're in the trenches? Will you tell us why? Generates, what are you Generation Z, what are you? Yeah, I am. Okay. So why does Gen Z? Believe all this garbage. Break it down for us. Is it just the schools or tell us how they believed what you believed? I think it's a multitude of things. I think schooling is really important. I think that's a big part of it now, although it wasn't such a big part of it when I was younger, but the rise of CRT, critical race theory and DEI, diversity equity and inclusion is particularly putting young people at risk to believe this sort of ideology. But I think more so than that. It's social media and mainstream media. What they do is they pull these emotional stories. I'll talk about it in my case, things like tamir rice, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, the police brutality narrative. I was inundated with that narrative by mainstream media and by social media. And of course, you hear these harrowing stories of abuse. And so you'll like a post talking about how Michael Brown was shot and killed for being black and suddenly that's all you see on your social media feeds. And the big tech overlords are cognizant of that. They're pushing this sort of ideology to young people and everybody on their platforms. So I was getting it from social media. I was getting it from mainstream media. And then I had the brilliant combination of also getting it from my mother at home. And it didn't matter how successful I was as a young black female. I went through school. I was valedictorian of my high school. I worked a job after school. I started my own club at school. I got all these scholarships. I was inquired by Yale to go to Yale. And yet you would have asked me and I would have told you, I'm a press because I'm a black woman in America. And it's because these emotional stories that do not speak to a larger truth or a larger systemic pattern are so pervasive and they're able to cut through actual logic and reason when it comes to young

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"eric garner" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"eric garner" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"Some of them are nasty to begin with a thin. Allow them like the guy that put his neon floyd's neck. He was in that neighborhood for a long time and they get accustomed to the horrible violence and the stuff that goes on. And you know it's not an excuse. What the guy did that's for sure but And none of it should have happened. You know none of it should have happened and The same thing for a saw with the hose network for eric eric garner in staten island. He was just selling loose cigarettes on the street. You know this guy was in mid fifties a not not a criminal in you know unless you want to get your song. Cigarettes for twenty five cents or now here pita looney that cop jumped on him and put him in a chokehold. Then that will short copied always wait on his neck and the guy said. I can't breathe at his hands up. He wasn't fighting. They had the whole video. He didn't do anything wrong so he's dead his families without then they'd described him as a beloved figure. I remember those neighborhoods. There you could buy cigarettes. Yeah man for because people didn't have enough to buy a pack so they buy one cigarette in back in the day they were twenty five cents. It probably fifty cents by whatever they all right. I mean But it should never have happened that they let him go. He went to trial but they look. They found not guilty. So that's why this you know. In america. we have a lot of urban areas at just have the friction of problems and those problems are endless in mainly as these hardcore democrats who control those areas and they don't do anything for people that nothing they blame republicans. I don't get that we know what you know..

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"eric garner" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"eric garner" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"I'm tired of this party ignoring the plight of people in the inner cities and that was my protest and reflection. I could have done it two different ways but you know as you move to life you learn from your lessons relive them saying you. Are you saying you regret becoming republican for a period of time. Yes i do There was no reason to do so. I could have found a better way to voice my outrage with the party i could have resigned from the department and ran for office in there. Were other things. I could have done but i made. I made a lotta mistakes in life. Let me tell you. I am perfectly imperfect so many mistakes in my life that you have to laugh and say how this guy still get here but never stopped. I never stopped grinding. And i never stop learning from those areas. You seem very plainspoken and straightforward. What are your biggest mistakes of all number. One of i should have married my childhood sweetheart. She kicked me to curve went to washington and marry someone else. You know so. There are a lot of things that that i did wrong. I wish i would've spent more time with my son. That was a real impactful moment for me. I spent so much time. Saving the lives of children that i was really afraid i was going to lose my son and i'm just really amazed at how much he has developed as a child and he said to me After the Eric garner incident some years ago data. Understand why you were so determined and now relationship is an amazing relationship even when he was a child..

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Spike Lee Tells Cannes Black People Still 'Hunted Down Like Animals'

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Spike Lee Tells Cannes Black People Still 'Hunted Down Like Animals'

"Time in more than two years. Today, jury chair Spike Lee used his podium to talk about the deaths of black people at the hands of police. Li says little has changed since 1989 film do the right thing premiered on the French Riviera. The one would think and hope the black people stop being hunted down like animals. Lee compares the racial tensions and police brutality highlighted in that Brooklyn based film to the present day killings of Eric Garner and George Floyd. Black men who died after encounters with white police officers. Lee is the first black person to head the jury at the Cannes Film Festival. Allison Keyes, CBS News And at 10

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A Look into Broadway Hit 'David Byrne's American Utopia'

TIME's Top Stories

07:10 min | 2 years ago

A Look into Broadway Hit 'David Byrne's American Utopia'

"David Burns American Utopia is a grand and glorious plea for Human Connection. By Stephanie's a carrick. Sometimes to make art, you've got to build art to layer ideas, colors, values, and textures. Until you've shape, the thing that says what you want to say, David Burns American Utopia Spike, Lee's grand and glorious filmed record of the hit Broadway show of the same name coming to HBO October. Seventeenth is art that has been built a work of great joy inexpressive Nece Tower of song with room for everybody the music some numbers drawn from burns twenty eighteen album American utopia others from. His body of work with talking heads and one a cover of Janelle. Monet's two thousand, fifteen protests anthem hell you tom bowed feels fresh and familiar at once inclusive but also mildly explosive there's an urgency to it as if burn and his troupe of eleven, musicians and dancers were staking ground in a battle we shouldn't even have to fight the idea is that to survive to live in any meaningful way, we must stay connected. It's a principal so glaringly simple at its radical. Burn is an admittedly weird ambassador for the idea of connection. He isn't what you'd call a naturally warm presence at least not in Earth terms even at age sixty eight, he's still like an. Learning. The rules of the planet his awkwardness is his brand but his desire to connect is robust and had vitalize is everything that happens onstage during American Utopia. no-one initial has one job. The musicians are also dancers and singers. Their instruments are strapped to their bodies untethered to any bulky sound equipment, which leaves them free to move and dance around the stage in a series of elegantly orchestrated numbers with burn off at the center though sometimes lurking at the edges like living fringe of the proceedings, the choreography is by dance veteran antibeach Parson all the performers including burn where identical lunar grey suits and all are barefoot. The stage is bordered on three sides by a Shimmery chainlink curtain the grand scheme is. Simple yet never chilly. This is a setting a world where certain essential problems have been worked out creating the space and freedom to play, and so even the songs every longtime burn or talking heads Fan knows well, like this must be the place naive melody a moonlit cottage in ballad form or the Wrigley waggling noodle dance. Slippery people take on new shapes and new life between numbers burn addresses the audience directly spinning amusing tales about where these songs came from. He wrote is Zimba with its lyrics by German Dada poet. Hugo. Ball to respond to a challenge thrown down by his friend and collaborator Brian Eno or us to fulfil our civic responsibilities. He uses lighting trick to show how badly the citizenry is represented when only twenty percent of the population votes and as a prelude to the shows Shiver Inducing version of hell you tom about he explains that he asked Monet's permission before venturing to cover the Song Burns band here. Is racially mixed, but he himself is very, very white. No wonder he approached with caution but he and his band present the song and invocation written in two thousand fifteen for all of us to remember the names of murdered black citizens among them Eric Garner Trayvon. Martin and Amatil. With the synthesis of respect and bristling anger it demands. This number also represents one of the few times league cuts away from this show to flash larger than life portraits at the. Victims, often held by a family member on the screen. It's an act of boldness that works as for burn. He is as ever a wildly and captivating showman though his hair is now snowcap wide his dance moves in changed over the years he's still favors angular Turkey jerky movements like the folding and unfolding of corporate tres ruler, which are often mimicked to grand effect by the dancers around him. But as dazzling as he is, you can take your eyes off him. Than receding his fellow performers become dazzling planets in their own right sometimes, they'll face one another playing to each other even as they played a was other times they marched toward us, resolutely in groups or pairs as if to say, look at any of US individually or all of us at once you can't go wrong. Each performer's style is as distinctive as a fingerprint. There's the cool Tomboy Swagger of Guitarist Andrew Swan the kid next door jubilant of bassist bobby wooden as once in a lifetime rounds to its sublime peak percussion as Jack, Lena Salvato bursts through the Shimmery. Chain curtain with a clash of cymbals a human celebrate Ori- announcement Lee working with one of his regular collaborators cinematographer. Ellen Kuras doesn't just show us the action he too is part of its embrace. He's our stand in our fellow observer in awe though he has the advantage of wielding a camera at the close of the show as the performer snake through the crowd during a rapturous version of road to nowhere Lee turns his camera on the audience American Utopia ran from October two thousand nineteen to February twenty twenty at Broadway's Hudson. Theater, and is said to return to Broadway. Next September and we see it for what it is. This is a group of largely white middle aged people who came of age listening to talking heads as a bunch. They're far less diverse than the performers we've been watching onstage a you could argue that with American utopia burn is preaching to the choir that this is all just an exercise in self congratulatory white liberalism but that would be missing the point in one of his Inbetween Song riffs burn muses that there are lots of interesting things to look at in the world there are bicycles which he famously likes. Very Much Lee even shows him riding away from the show on one and beautiful sunsets and even a bag of potato chips can be visually beguiling but somehow we always comeback to human faces looking at people burn says that's the best American Utopia is about facing the person in front of you or next to you or standing behind you and doing the work of seeing to truly see a person is a kind of song and a world filled with those songs is the ideal to get started burning his troop have hummed a few bars. The rest is up to us.

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"eric garner" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on KOMO

"Of nature dot com and make sure to receive this special radio offer by using discount code fruits. Another Corona virus Milestone in the U. S. While Florida continues its push to fully reopen Corona virus numbers going in the wrong direction as the US hits seven million cases jumping by a million new infections in less than a month, still in Florida today, Governor Rhonda Santis lifting all restrictions on restaurants and other businesses. Suspending fines for not wearing masks. Some of the locals maybe about you, they could do reasonable regulations. But you can't just say no, You can't say no. After six months. And just have people twisting in the wind, the governor even hoping for a full Super Bowl in February. ABC is with Johnson, A New York judge has ordered a judicial inquiry into the 2014 death of Eric Garner, infamous for his last words, I can't breathe. The ruling came in response to a lawsuit from Eric Garner's relatives, including his mother, Gwen Carr, who have alleged to cover up, the judge said Garner's death received considerable attention in the press over the past six years, but many facts have not been disclosed to the public or to the family. The enquiry will review Garner's arrest, use of force leaks of certain information about Garner's criminal history and the alleged lack of medical care provided to him. The decision opens the door to depositions from the mayor and other city officials. A BCS air in Qatar. Risky the Trump campaign announcing it's platinum plan a promise to Black America if he wins a second term or economic development and loan money, and a pledge to designate Juneteenth is a federal holiday. This is ABC News. Come on his time. Teno Foreign Cuomo Traffic every 10 minutes on the force. There is Mike Conklin Brander Situation molecule of north bound South Meridian Street of 39th. We haven't closed for a car Pedestrian collision. Roadway expected to be closed for some.

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"eric garner" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Saying is you made these people crazy. And so they were doing these crazy things. And the only way to stop these people from doing crazy and violent things is to get rid of the president. I don't think that holds together as a zoo campaign argument. No. If you were Ah, protester was out there for legitimate reasons. You were so horrified by the George Floyd incident. That's why you were when you a couple months later now realized Bill DiBlasio Al Sharpton. They're not getting anything done. They haven't set up meetings to figure out how to change police. They're doing anything tangible. So wouldn't at some point, get disgusted with these people and walk away from these protests. Yes, that's a good point, Mark. You know that The word reform is something about oven all purpose word on everybody slaps whatever they are doing. They call it reform. Um, But the reality is reform is hard work reform is about the details. It's about rolling up your sleeves and getting involved and figuring it out. That's of course, something build. Blasio's never done about anything. He's purely a political animal. And he seems vassal ate so much because the winds of politics change and he's always trying to get in front of the crowd. Whichever way it's going, but the real work I mean, if you wanted to say That the George florid case, the Jacob Blake case and others, you know, these are complicated issues by and large. I mean, the Floyd case is, in many ways this simplistic, the simple one. It's obvious we saw it on videotape. Clearly what the cops did was wrong. Whatever behavior George Floyd did engage in before that moment. There's no question that they're that they're causing his death, and we can see it. That's a that's a different kind of a case. You have the Eric Garner case in New York. The These are all different details matter enormously. In that case you have you had him resisting arrest. You had the failure of the the emergency medical technicians to provide any aid when they came, and he was still alive. So look, there's human tragedy involved on some element. Of and I think that you know one of the things that Rudy Giuliani did in New York when when he became mayor and You would have these troubling incidents. What he said was, Let's give the police the benefit of the doubt. Let's wait until all of the facts come in, and then we can make a judgment. And I think that that kind of cooling off period that that led to the you know the end of the con. The instant condemnation rushed to judgment, the stereotyping And now it's somewhat more complicated because everybody's got a video camera.

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Thousands gather in Washington, DC to protest police brutality

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Thousands gather in Washington, DC to protest police brutality

"O P s continuing coverage of today's march on Washington D killed Eric Garner. I can't breathe. I can't breathe. I can't breathe. Thousands who are surrounding the title Basin and the Lincoln Memorial are hearing from a host of speakers this afternoon as they call an American to repair the wrongs of social injustice and police brutality among the speakers who were at the Lincoln Memorial today. The Reverend Al Sharpton, who organized today's event. He put George Floyd, Briana Taylor and other black Americans killed by police front and center. We cut the Washington By the thousands. We go calm a name. We gonna call the name will never let America forget what you've done. Call their names in the minutes ahead. The marchers will head to the Martin Luther King Junior Memorial. We'll

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"eric garner" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on WTOP

"Walking toward the tidal Basin. MLK Memorial That's gonna be a whole lot of people walking along Independence Avenue in Ohio Drive, but that's all part of these festivities which go into the three o'clock today. This is the 57th anniversary of the march on Washington. People say that not only have we not achieved everything that Martin Luther King set out to achieve for one woman told me she hopes that her younger daughter someday don't have to be here for another march like this at this point, reliable outside the Lincoln Memorial along the reflecting clear John Doman w used Alright, John among the speakers today. Alia East men, a graduate from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where she survived that deadly shooting that killed 17 in Florida. And 2018 like too many of us. My journey of activism started by senseless act of gun violence when a fellow student opened fire in my classroom in Parkland, Florida as I laid but need the lifeless body of my classmate, Nicholas Laurette to survive as bullets. Riddle of my classmates. As my screams melted into the cries of the wounded. I was then born again with the voice that cannot and will not be muzzled. We are expecting to hear from the Reverend Al Sharpton, Martin Luther King, the third, the elder son of the civil rights leader as well as family of those killed by police, including families of George Floyd, Briana Taylor. Eric Garner and several others. Ideologue and stain in 1963. Eleanor Holmes Norton was in law school, volunteering for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Shall I flew from Mississippi Tune that New York Round Stone out of which the march on Washington was organized from atop the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. She couldn't see the end of the crowd as you listen to the speeches before Martin Luther King's and Each of them was so magnificent. I remember thinking, how is he going? Stop this, and I can tell you, he topped this little black.

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Protests outside White House during Trump speech

Jay Talking

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Protests outside White House during Trump speech

"Will March on Washington today, calling for police accountability, including the families of Eric Garner, Briana Taylor and George Floyd. Marchers also protested outside the White House during the president's speech last night and confronted Trump supporters leaving the White House including Senator Rand. Paul says he was attacked by what he calls an angry mob near the White House and have to be rescued by police. In the aftermath of the most recent police shooting of a black man Jacob Lake in Wisconsin. Sources tell CBS News the F B. I has sent special agents here to Kenosha to help with the investigation. The officers involved in the shooting and Blake shooting have been placed on leave. None have been charged. Wisconsin officials say they are fully cooperating with the investigation. Correspondent

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"eric garner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With an exciting get lit with all of it. Book Club Preview. Our selection this month is the novel The nickel Boys By Colson Whitehead. Yesterday it was announced that Colson is the winner of the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction. The novel already won a Pulitzer for his second First was for his novel, The Underground Railroad. Coulson started writing his 1st 1st novel, when he was at the Village voice and early on in his career. This is a true story. He worked with my best friend David, who was a little bit senior to Coulson. Anyway. One day David told me. You know, there's this kid Coulson. He can really write. It turned out to be very, very true. In his newest novel, the Nickel Boys, Coulson tackles a bone chilling and little known episode in American history. Nickle Boys opens in 19 sixties Tallahassee Our protagonist is a black teenage boy named Elwood. Elwood has college aspirations and hero worships Dr Martin Luther King Jr He's convinced that if he can just quote, act right and protest peacefully, the world could open up for him and the black community. Elwood's optimism is punctured after he's wrongfully convicted of stealing a car and sent to the Nickel Academy, a segregated juvenile reform school where manicured lawns and red brick buildings Mass. The horrific physical and sexual abuse happening inside. Nickle Academy is based on a real place the Dozer School for Boys, which operated in Florida for 111 years, and was a A cesspool of violence, abuse and even murder. Nickle boys is chilling and heartbreaking. It's an exploration of friendship abuse, the lingering effects of trauma and the way we can be resilient. Residents can download a free copy of the book. Now, thanks to our friends in the New York Public Library to find out how to do that head to wnyc dot org's slash, get lit and then follows on instagram at all of it. W Nice to keep up with the discussions happening about the book there and then one more thing. Market calendars for I get late with all of it. The club event on July 29th at 7 p.m. We'll be joined in conversation with Coulson and a special musical guest to be announced. But now for a little preview, I'm joined now by Colson Whitehead. Hi, Coulson. Hey, How do you do? How you doing? I remember David Kim talking value. So today I was hoping you might read the first paragraph of your novel to set the scene for our listeners. Certainly. Even in death. The boys were trouble. Secret graveyard lay on the north side of the nickel campus in Apache Acre of wild grass between the old work barn on the school dump. The fields have been a grazing pasture when the school operated a dairy selling milk the local customers one of the state of Florida schemes to really believe the taxpayer burden of the boy's upkeep. The developers of the office park at earmarked the field for a lunch plaza with four water future is in a concrete bandstand for the occasional event. Discovery of the bodies was an expensive complication for the real estate company awaiting the all clear from the environmental study and for the state's attorney who had recently closed investigation into the abuse stories. Now they had to start a new inquiry established the identities of the deceased and the manner of death. And there's no telling when the whole damn place could be raised, cleared and neatly erased from history. Which everyone agreed was long overdue. Those Colson Whitehead reading from the nickel boys. So as I mentioned the novels based on this true story of the Dozer School for Boys in Florida, and we asked an instagram book club members if they never heard of the story or the school before picking up your novel, and 78% said they had not. When did you first hear of the story? And what about it sparked your imagination as an author. Yeah. You know, I have uncovered a lot in Northern Florida Papers. The town where the does your school is a little bit north of Tallahassee, but only, you know, Periodically erupts into a national media sphere. So in 2014 the school closed down and they were excavating the property and found the unmarked graves. Try identify them, and it was a one day story. But it stayed with me. It was the summer of 2014 and, uh, they're the protests in Ferguson. Eric Garner was killed and it seemed that way. You know, a lot of, uh, white law enforcement always gets off the hook when they when they kill a black, unarmed black person. And the village school. There were no kids were, um, had their lives mangled by the staff, and the staff was never held accountable. They worked at the place for 50 60 years retire got their pensions. What awards for citizenship. And so I think that sort of power powerlessness. I felt that summer between Ferguson and then the story of those you're maybe think about what kind of novel could get out of the school. You're a born and bred New Yorker. So as you start to do research, not only about the school but about this part of Florida and the history of black people in this part of Florida. What did you learn that you that you never knew? Well, I think you know. A lot about history and a bit about Jim Crow. But I forgot how insane from the laws were. Of course you know segregation. We know about lynching and people getting off the hook for mentioning, But there are things like bumptious contact, which was a long Florida that you had to get out of the way of a white person on the street. And if you didn't you could be fined or put in jail. And so there are these very large and really ways that Black lives were circumscribed in the south, and then also a host of tiny, tiny laws, which, um, to compound the daily humiliations and keep you in check. Protagonist is sent to nickel academies names, Elwood. What characteristic? Did you know you wanted the protagonist of the nickel boys, tohave. I knew that. I used to be a good kid. Andi. No, It's fucked with the wrong person and get sent there, so he's sort of a stand in for all the young people of color who You get stopped by the police and have the counter spent out into something lethal. You know if you left the house five minutes earlier or five minutes later, your life would have been So I knew that he was a good step on. You know you try toe. Add more details. I knew that he was 16 and 63 Energized by the civil rights movement led me to Martin Luther King, in which Feed his character and feed the themes of the book. So you know you make a one choice on DH. Everything sort of comes out of that. A goody goody kid like Elwood calls out for his opposite number. Turner Pessimistic of survivalist And doesn't believe in social order that could be changed. Why is he named Elwood? I know I was casting about for old school names, old school blackness. So Lila Mae and the intuition ist and court sounded right when I was looking for The name of the main character in underground on Elwood stuck with me. Turner. Took a while, but somebody had heard me talking radio, did my genealogy charts and face my family back, Tio. Georgia in Barbados, and I have an answer. So I lashed onto that. That's funny. It's a family name on my side, too..

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Technology Helps Train Police Officers

WSJ The Future of Everything

07:52 min | 2 years ago

Technology Helps Train Police Officers

"Around the country for the past few weeks, protests have erupted over the killing of George Floyd. The arrests kindle renewed outrage over the deaths of black Americans like Brianna Taylor Eric Garner Michael Brown among many others and the mistreatment of people of Color by police. The protests have also sparked and national reckoning for many police departments. They've been trying to reduce the use of lethal force and improve accountability among other things through training. From The Wall Street Journal this is the future of everything I'm Janet Baben. Today on the show we'll consider the future of police training with virtual reality technology. What's most powerful about the are? You're able to create worlds and circumstances and experiences that you wouldn't be able to create in the real world that can help you shift your perspective, which is really different than a training. We'll speak with researchers about how the brain perceives are and whether it can address bias. Notwithstanding or conscious beliefs or conscious convictions, and we'll talk about why a future developments in Vr police training may fall short. Tell me why you shot. Shot because he was within that zone, you know I felt there was leased departments have long used actors playing and instructional videos to train officers to deal with real life scenarios, but this can be. Pricey and not very realistic. People who make and sell virtual reality say the technology can improve training. If you play video games. You're probably familiar with VR. It's been around for a while, but we asked Wall Street Journal attack video game reporter Sara Needham, in to explain virtual reality is all encompassing. It's a matter of hardware so when you put on APR headset. Everything you see up down left right turnaround. Everything is in there virtual world one hundred percent. You cannot see anything else, so you feel very immersed the main difference between VR other video simulations you can actually interact with this computer generated three D world. It's so. That Sarah says you can get sucked in and lose yourself. I experienced this myself. playing a racing game where I was sitting down very low, and we felt like a cockpit of a vehicle, and as we went around the turns, I literally felt like we were going to crash into the wall, because I wasn't driving very well, and it scared me. For Police. It's not about the thrill or fear of race track. It's about learning how to lean into the fear and still be able to deal with it calmly. If you feel like you've done something before been in a situation before. You're better at knowing how to react. You can practice your actions in these potentially life, threatening situations and hopefully resolve altercations peacefully. We'll talk more about this in just a bit. It's one of the reasons that some of the biggest law enforcement groups in the country like the Los Angeles. Police Department are turning to Vr. The LAPD has a history connected to police, misconduct and misuse force. In Nineteen ninety-one. Were caught on tape brutally beating motorist Rodney. King a black, man. The officers acquitted of criminal charges sparking riots in Los Angeles. In the early two thousands. The department was put under Federal Investigation for. Engaging in a pattern or practice of excessive force, false arrests and unreasonable searches and seizures, the government came in with what's known as a consent decree to change the culture in the LAPD. Dr. Lou Pinella joined the department in the middle of all that in two thousand five. The Rodney King incident put a laser focus on LAPD, tactics and training as well. I believe that we have continued to expand on that every year, both by how we work with our community and the training that we offer. She's the director of Police Training and education at the LAPD and she revamped its training. Process Department currently trains officers with something called a forced option simulator. It's often referred to as first generation. VR says it trains police in real life scenarios you walk into a room and one walls, completely blank and on their, we will project a scenario that an officer has to handle. Handle, it could be anything from a person in a park to a bank robbery to an office scenario, workplace violence scenario, something like that and officers will get a call, and they'll come into the room and and try to respond to what is in front of them. In the meantime, there's a instructor at the back of the room who be on a computer. Computer and as the scenario unfolding, they are able to branch in different directions, where either the officers are calming, the situation down, or it becomes more difficult to handle

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Boston Rally Calls To Defund Police

Jay Talking

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Boston Rally Calls To Defund Police

"A Boston rally calling for defunding police here's WBZ-TV's Christina Hager dreads gathering to urge lawmakers not to spend money beefing up the police budget they started at the Reggie Lewis center in Roxbury activist Monica cannon grant fighting a proposal to award police bonuses for de escalation in anti bias training nobody should have to pay you to not be racist if that's not an incentive that should come as part of the job also in this crowd Eric garner junior whose father died six years ago in New York City when police there had a minute show cold during

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"eric garner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the sides of the neck neck restraints are a broader terms that refer to both the bottom line is that you're cutting off somebody's air supply and the blood flow to the brain Lorenzo Boyd is the director of the center for advanced policing at the university of new haven and eventually they will be incapacitated they will fatal they'll pass out and then at that point you can do whatever you want NPR review policies on neck restraints in some of the nation's largest police departments and found that bans have not always been effective while some police departments band chokeholds they might then allow their officers to use stranglehold for example the NYPD has banned chokehold for almost three decades but it's kind of like a rule in an employee handbook don't use a chuckle that's former federal prosecutor and Georgetown law professor Paul Butler who wrote the book chokehold policing black men when New York City civilian complaint review board studied its use in twenty fourteen it found hundreds of complaints a year alleging the cops used the technique and that the use of chuckles at the time appeared to be rising unless there is real accountability we shouldn't expect those kinds of light bands to work over the past twenty years some of the biggest police departments in the country have in the two did bans on chuckles the LAPD have had a ban on what's called the bar on chuckled since nineteen eighty two and many of the nation's largest police departments like New York Chicago Philadelphia and Houston have similar policies and yet there is incident after incident where people have died over the past two decades when neck restraints were used in their arrest one of the most notable cases that of Eric garner in New York six years ago but there are many others James Thompson in Chicago Alan Simpson in Dallas Texas Ronnie Lynch Gallup New Mexico Dustin Boone in Las Vegas Roger owns the junior in Cincinnati Ohio Carlin wheat in Amarillo Texas Gerald Arthur in New Orleans Taurus Harris in Chattanooga Tennessee and following Floyd's death chuckle bands are again a central topic of discussion and we want a federal law that it will go around the country and anytime anyone uses a chokehold they immediately immediately locked up and charged that's when Carr Eric garner's mother now an advocate for police reform president trump also weighed in saying police should avoid using chuckles but stopped short of fully supporting a ban meanwhile the state of New York implemented each local band taking the decades long NYPD departmental band in in trying it into state law and Congress is now weighing in national federal ban on neck restraints but not everyone thinks they should be outlawed entirely if done properly with the proper training and the proper continued training I think it is a safe method to control somebody Michael Schlosser is the director of the university of Illinois police training institute he prefers to focus on training rather than advocating for a National Bank actually sometimes if you can control somebody like that a lot of times you might have less injury rather than getting an all out fight and people have a chance to have a greater injury to the officer or to the arrestee and time and time again police officers have returned to the neck restraint as a way to gain compliance Richard M. rate was the chair of the civilian complaint review board which refused to use a choke hold in New York City it is the vulnerability of every human being to have the most important organ in their body easily affected and directly affected by constructing the neck and therefore unlike other parts of the body it is the place where police officers go instinctively automatically and even by virtue of their culture and that fundamentally is the challenge for lawmakers when officers need to take violent action how to reduce that instinct to go to that vital area of the body the neck to mac NPR news Washington like.

Cuomo signs police reform legislation banning chokeholds statewide

Saturday Morning Show

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Cuomo signs police reform legislation banning chokeholds statewide

"Governor Cuomo signing police reform bills Friday in the mother's Amerikaner in Sean bell are reacting when Kerr whose son Eric garner was killed after being in a police chokehold is glad chokeholds are now banned and thank governor Cuomo and the state legislature for passing and signing the measure it was a long time coming when it came and thank you thank you all very much in addition the bills include a repeal to make police disciplinary records public and fake nine one one race reports will now be a crime Reverend al Sharpton said the bills are a victory for

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Cities across US announce police reform following mass protests against brutality

Morning Edition

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Cities across US announce police reform following mass protests against brutality

"Demonstrators across the country are demanding changes to policing and some state and local governments are heeding those calls lawmakers in new York's legislature passed a first wave of bills yesterday and here's Brian man has been following this and joins us now Brian governor Andrew Cuomo has said he'll sign these bills into law what's going to change well maybe the most dramatic change is going to be a law making co called illegal when used by police in some cases it'll be a felony a lot of police departments across New York state had already banned this procedure but now it will be a criminal offense and this measure was named after Eric garner a black man who died in twenty fourteen after he was placed in a chokehold by a white officer his dying words I can't breathe were recorded on a cell phone video they became one of the rallying cries of the black lives matter movement and yesterday state senator Brian Benjamin who represents Harlem said this reform just had to happen we unfortunately have not been providing safety for African Americans in this country what this bill does is says you know what we're going to try to move closer to a system where everyone feels safe in this country and one remarkable thing yesterday Rachel a Republican senators to block similar reforms for years in New York they voted with Democrats on the Senate passed

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"eric garner" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Of those Americans and so many others George Floyd Riana Taylor along Carbery Boston John Terence creature Jordan Davis Oscar grant Philando Castille Freddie gray Walter Scott Tamir rice Michael brown Eric garner Trayvon Martin any other names numbers we should be out John well for those who wish to we will now Neil for a moment of silence first of all who gave the white folks you can take off okay I need to know which one to use CBC members decided that given these white folks to kente cloth was a good idea okay Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer were up there looking like they were given a commencement speech at an H. B. C. U. that doesn't even exist they was up there looking like white kind of fab okay I'm shocked they didn't do the Black Panther handshake like really shocked this is what happens when people focus on symbolism and not substance I don't care about any of that can take a lot of kneeling garbage okay if nobody on the hill is going tell him the truth I will all you white Democrats in Congress looked stupid yesterday okay we need policy over pandering white people I understand that everybody is on I love black people kick right now black lives matter that's very important as great we'll listen this isn't a movie premiere what a Black Panther sequel okay design a movie deal all right I know it's it's it's a it's it's it's hard at a time like this but when it comes to pandering it's okay white people to say no to black folk all right you know we need to say yes to police reform bills okay that black people come to you with the bill your past yesterday great banjo cold that are trying to get past the bill you'll put on the table banned chokehold that killed George Floyd and Eric garner yes band no knock warrants in drug cases that kill Brianna Taylor yes the justice in policing at all for that we want legislation and reparations that's how you would tone for the saints of America's okay that's how you it's all for the sins of America toward black people that's how you show you love black people by using your privilege to combat prejudice and dismantle the mechanism of white supremacy that's all I care about I don't care if the CBC member ask you to do it and not say no okay tell CBC member Hey how do you something better I'm a try to get one of these legislations passed the tone for the sins of America's past okay I'm a push this funding through the right someone around this country have done to the black community not to mention I don't like seeing white people take a knee right now in fact I don't like seeing democratic lawmakers take a knee because when Shawn Carter JZ Holtz said in that NFL meeting okay I was there I was in a meeting to when he said NFL meeting with Roger Goodell that the kneeling worked he was right because the kneeling bought real awareness to an issue that people are taking action on now when the whole said the kneeling worked now we are past kneeling and it's time for action this is the action the action comes from changing laws passing police reform that holds officers accountable for murdering black folks whenever they want to okay Jack took a need to get the attention of those kinds of law may cause other players and people all around the world to be need to get the attention of those kinds of law makers we took a knee to get the attention of America and bring awareness to the real issue of police brutality but the reason I don't want to see a white people kneeling right now is because they need it got the attention of America in this moment Danny wasn't calling Capper Nick's it was any of that murderer that Doke that white devil Derek XIV in the whatever the hell his name is okay that me that was on the back of George Floyd's neck that me is what has laws changing right now so when I see white folks Neil I don't know if they are peacefully protesting the way Colin and a host of others did and still do all around the world are if they are marking the death of George Floyd that's just my personal opinion okay when I see why folks taking a knee now I'm not sure if the with us or against us all I know is we need policy over pandering if we don't nip this in the bud right now can you imagine what the house Democrats have planned for Juneteenth you don't want to see Nancy Pelosi at a public enemy shirt with a black fist out there fight the power on June eighteenth you want to see Chuck Schumer in a Jackie Robinson baseball Jersey streaming out random quotes like all my life I had to fight do you really want to hear Kendrick Lamar all right coming from Capitol Hill on June eighteenth what may be a few years later take or or taking a knee I don't think for one second Nancy Pelosi that's still learning the Milly rock right now okay nip this pandering in the bud because it's all fun and games until white members of Congress are doing the Cupid shuffle on Juneteenth okay don't think for one second that a member of the C. B. C. isn't teaching white members of Congress the electric slide a right now so they can have a Juneteenth video ready we don't need none of that as I said before policy over pandering okay laws legislation that's what we need Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer white condo for never please give the Caucasian members of the Congress will wearing kente cloth in deland the biggest E. R. all right well thank you for that donkey of the day now we come back let's talk de funding the police departments that seems like everybody's talking about right now let's get your thoughts eight hundred five eight five one five one what are your thoughts with the funding the police department all right I would hear from police took under police probably have a different reason of why not but I agree with it I mean I agree with that take some of that money out of somebody's budgets in an open up so many things that they've closed before I mean these after school programs have been close that is a lot of things that that they can be doing with this money one man but before but I also want to see with a money goals because no matter what if you invest money or you own a business or anything that you or you get to see where your money goes it should be to say I don't have my degree in fact I do I want to see what US six billion is going away no no no no no I'm a tell you I don't get away with the money going because I know I'm not going anything that benefits the people you know and they're like why did the NYPD need a six billion dollar budget why they're hundreds and hundreds of million dollars means being in California it's not like these people are making seven figures a year police officers don't get paid enough to be honest with you you know to write like that public servants who don't get paid enough to where he's billions and billions of dollars going thanks I'm I don't know hold please I'm I'm for the funding the police not disbanding the police I'm not for balancing the police for defending the police take your resources from him big gas city but is that going to police departments and putting them into poor and disenfranchised communities invest in schools the hospitals better food no host social services.

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"eric garner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Eric garner died the same year making the same cleaning is fourth in the list goes on these problems did not start in the two thousands they have been around forever let Johnson is the former president of the Los Angeles police commission you saw it in the incident that happened in Central Park with Amy Cooper in my life when she called police and said I am being threatened by a black man she knew exactly what she was doing these are historical problems that go back to slavery if we think that we do yes Asian training or weaker anti bias training we're going to solve all the problems we're totally fooling ourselves CBS is Jeff to gaze on Friday at the White House president trump invoked George Floyd's name as he spoke about the latest unemployment numbers showing a two point five million jobs were added last month CBS's Stephen Portnoy tells us the president called this a great day for Floyd it was at the end of it in in the midst of a series of comments he was making that a number of different topics the president began his appearance in the rose garden by seeing the economy has been roaring back he said it will just be a V. shaped recovery calls it a rocket ship he claims then that nobody has ever done what he has done for the black community he urged equal justice under the law with respect to encounters with police and then he said quote we all saw what happened last week we can't let that happen hopefully George is looking down right now and saying this is a great thing that's happening for our country so you could see it in the broad to tally of all the things the president was talking about today which includes the economy and the president's words roaring back and add with a like a rocket ship in addition to the discussion about treatment by police of all people including African Americans and then invoke George Floyd saying that hopefully George Floyd is looking down on us right now and saying what a great thing is happening in the country today but obviously in in the context of the morning that's going on as as the country reflects on the death of George Floyd the idea that it's a great day is something that definitely rubbed many Americans the wrong way to say the least speaking of police and the president he got a bit of criticism earlier this week for going to the church right across from the White House and the way protesters who were there over there George Floyd killing and there had been some violence but he was criticized for the way that whole situation went down can you break that down for us the president walked across the street for the first time since he took office in fact as far as we can tell it's the longest walk he's made on foot outside the White House grounds since taking office it happened on Monday just after he gave a brief statement in the rose garden in which he announced that thousands of National Guard troops would be coming to Washington DC in addition active duty military who were positioned in the DC area and the president says going to pay his respects to a very special place as the president was speaking in the rose garden reporters could hear the flash bangs going off on the other side of Lafayette park which is about a block and a half away from the rose garden you could hear the flash bangs as the president was speaking at that moment a variety of different chemical agents were being used along H. street which is on the northern side of Lafayette park in between the park and the Saint John's church where hundreds of people have been gathered in a largely peaceful protests now the park police insist that they were subject to projectiles being thrown at them including frozen water bottles and caustic liquid state describing even bricks they say there's no video graphic evidence of that that's been offered by the administration in fact television broadcasters were on the air live and there wasn't any obvious scene like the one that the police described but suffice it to say the Attorney General came out and ordered the perimeter push back that is to say the protesters had to be moved bill Barr insists that they need to move protesters had nothing to do with the fact that the president just minutes later would be walking across the street on that very spot of land but one of a question that was asked this week was whether tear gas was used in a violent way that the police removed the protesters out so swiftly the administration insists that no tear gas was used and it's more than just a semantic debate because by the end of the week a W. USA television reporter that's our CBS affiliate here in Washington reported that he actually picked up a couple of canisters he was the first reporter he says it was on the scene immediately after police cleared it right at the corner of seventeenth and H. streets and among the canisters he saw the word the letters C. S. CS gas used tear gas CBS's Stephen Portnoy the White House now says the president's great day remark referred to Americans coming together in agreement on equal protection under the law health experts warn that the thousands who attended protester at the risk of covert nineteen amid existing warrants a state's re open CBS is Manuel Bojorquez reports from Miami we got our life back yeah it was finally opened its opening day for night clubs bars and movie theaters across Florida today as most of the state moves into phase two even as cases continue to increase statewide exemplos especially because it's so challenging to deal with this virus Dr Eileen Marty is an infectious disease expert to help right Miami Dade three opening guidelines she says the spike in new cases is partly due to data dumps from testing labs but that increased activity from relax and stay at home rules is also in play CBS is Manuel Bojorquez coming up the millennials take uncle that nineteen NFL quarterback is forced to go on the defensive in the Commons for almost immediate criticism.

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Washington D.C. Protests Continue Over The Death Of George Floyd

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Washington D.C. Protests Continue Over The Death Of George Floyd

"Demonstrations are taking place across America this weekend protesters are chanting the name of George Floyd and the names of others who have died at the hands of police Eric garner Tamir rice Freddie gray and Brianna Taylor who would have celebrated her twenty seventh birthday yesterday she was shot and killed by police insider Louisville home this mark it will be heard those chants outside the White House last night she's with us this morning that a thanks for being with us it's my pleasure these protests have been going on for well over a week what did you see last night well when I got there it yesterday evening it was incredibly wet the rain was super intense I probably dissuaded everyone but the most hardcore protesters that said there are still hundreds of people very soggy people outside the White House I talked to a group of women pediatricians who come from all over the United States to offer first aid to protesters and a young man who just walked up and started spray painting a building right next to me right yeah that's right he was kind enough to introduce himself and described his work I go by resist V. as an on Instagram this is that how I protest this is the DC flag upside down he was painting an upside down flag of the district of Columbia that is correct and I asked resist because then that what he'd say to anyone who might confront him about the destruction of property he says he only tags boarded up buildings which honestly describes most of the buildings in downtown DC right now I specifically had only ply wood because I know that it's going to be gone and yeah I just want people to ask questions and I want people to like think and see like what does it mean Kerstetter there was it what I'll call from state sanctioned painting yesterday his well the DC government paid for a giant mural right there on sixteenth street near the White House that reads black lives matter right basically the words black lives matter are painted in giant yellow lettering on the street instructions for about two blocks this is a real statement from DC mayor Muriel Bowser has officially named this entire area out black lives matter plaza it's very eye catching and I met a young woman taking selfie of front of it Erica DSS she lost a friend police brutality if you got a radically passionate as we talked and warning also explicit her language about the movement happening right now you know it starts with black lives matter because it's so blue eight and the disrespect and it's just like stop it just needs to stop in as a people will come together will become strong were enlightened world wake and it's just the most beautiful thing I've ever seen in life in there was no way in hell I was going to sit at home when I could bring my here is Greenwood give my last breath I'd rather die on the streets but for my children at home got the one my couch and it sounds like Erica D. as is is going to be back out on the streets today along with many as a hundred thousand other people here in Washington DC that estimate comes from the city's fire chief and of course our protest taking place all over the country every place from Akron Ohio to Sacramento California Garden City Kansas scores of cities all over the country what are you hearing about the deployment of law enforcement that's been interesting here in Washington DC more than a thousand active duty soldiers who are on standby near the city were ordered home last night according to army secretary Ryan McCarthy these days there has been very clear about asking the president to remove all extraordinary federal law enforcement from DC he says this he knows how to have a large demonstrations she says all the extra military that was out there was messing with the chain of command and she says it's been confusing have officers out on the streets that black insignia last night I saw almost no police officers maybe that was because of the rain maybe it's because the protests have been extremely peaceful there was just not a significant presence of people in uniform unlike the other times and never will be thanks so

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A Decade Of Watching Black People Die

Short Wave

05:54 min | 2 years ago

A Decade Of Watching Black People Die

"Family of Kentucky Woman, shot and killed by police is demanding answers. The former, his son both white are accused of killing the unarmed black man again with the breaking news for Minneapolis violent protests raged for a second straight night, following the death of George Floyd after being arrested by a Minneapolis police officer last night, protesters turned their attention to the city's. The last few weeks have been filled with devastating news stories about police killing black people. And what is sick is that these stories have become the kind of news that we in the business call evergreen their stories that are always relevant and always in season, these calamities are so familiar. This point they're details have begun to echo each other July. Twenty fourteen, a cell phone video captured some of Eric Garner's final words as New York City Police officers sat on his head and pinned him to the ground on a city sidewalk. I can't breathe. Or May twenty fifth of this year those same words were spoken by George Floyd. Just before he died, he pleaded for release, as an officer kneeled on his neck in pins of the ground on a Minneapolis City Street, so we're at the point with verbiage, people used to plead for their lives can be re purposed as shorthand for completely different stories and part of our job here coast, which is to conceptualize and make sense of news like this. But genus is hard to come up with something new to say you know things we haven't already said or things we have already recorded protesters saying when we were both in Ferguson in August of twenty fourteen after Michael. Brown was killed by the police or when we were in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death. I spent the day with junior. High school kids in West. Baltimore where Freddie Gray was from on the first day. Let kids return to school after all the protests and I will never forget the eighth grade boy who raised his hand to ask. Why have white people been killing us in slavery and they're still killing us. He said that on Wednesday April Twenty Ninth Twenty fifteen. Since it's so hard to come up with any fresh insights about this phenomenon. We thought we would look back to another time. When the nation turned collective attention to this perpetual problem. Jamile Smith Senior Writer for Rolling Stone magazine. In when I was at the new republic. wrote an article entitled. What does seeing black men die? Do for you. It was published on April Thirteenth Two Thousand Fifteen. We get to see black men tortured or killed by police a lot more often these days. So, it's worth recalling why a generation ago. It mattered so much to see what happened to Rodney King. Now the story that might never have surfaced if someone hadn't picked up his home video camera. We've all seen. We have certainly seen the black and white photographs and videos depicting police abuse of African Americans. And we'd seen the grainy images of lynchings passed. But the conventional ignorance was that this wasn't the America. We lived in now. Officers beating a man they had just pulled over. This was the early nineties after all. This was in America that viewed law enforcement in the context of the popular reality, show cops, and were Morton Downey Junior tabloid television style made uncensored aggression a form of entertainment. But when George Holidays video surface chuck him with batons of between fifty three and fifty six times signal to a lot of citizens, just how bad police violence visited upon marginalized communities, actually was six kicks and one officer one kick people either didn't know what was happening. or willfully ignorant of it. They needed to wake up. Say The Los. Angeles Police Department has a history of brutality and misconduct that goes back a quarter of a century day. We are not sure that the police is there to protect us. The fear of becoming the next Rodney King is still here. But what has changed is how often we are viewing that fear being realized. Jamal goes on to write that the ubiquity of cell phone cameras and dashboard cameras means this uncensored horror has become available on demand. He says he watched twenty two year old Oscar grant get shot and killed by a police officer on Youtube before it made it to broadcast news. That happened in Oakland in two thousand, nine on New Year's Day. And it really marked the beginning of this grim genre, in which the slain become memorialized as Hashtags Hashtag justice for Oscar grant and remember Walters Gun Eric Harris, Jomo rights videos of them, being killed became public almost back to back in two thousand fifteen. Both men were running away when the shots were fired. Walter Scott Fifty was trying to escape North Charleston police officer Michael slager. Who Shot him eight times in the back? Before planning evidence near his body to support a false account of the incident. Eric Harris was running from a team of Tulsa County deputies when Elderly Insurance Executive Robert Bates. WHO's donations to the SHERIFF'S OFFICE IN MODICUM? Training earned him the title of Reserve Deputy. Shot him dead.

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"eric garner" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"He was trying to turn it one of the reasons he went to Minnesota was to get away from from Houston and in Texas where you had issues he was trying to turn the corner so I don't buy into me none of that stuff matters and now the question is becoming is this different ninety two we had Rodney king we had the beating that was caught on camera and then subsequently the acquittal of the four white officers and then the riots came but for the most part it was a local thing the world watched but the world in protests and really do the things you see now this Michael brown Trayvon Martin Freddie gray Eric garner this is something about this to me though feels different something feels different and it's a good thing because I like change I like change change can be uncomfortable but change can be good so I do think it's going to be different but from here on out though what is the difference the funding police is a nonstarter that silly so what you're telling me is police or bad so let's take the money away and put it in other places because somehow that's gonna be better that's that's that's like what what it what it what it what what now what's the change because when you look everywhere everybody else has something they want to do and that's the thing what we want to get that place like what's that place where we're we're feeling like we are making the progress that we need to make how do we get there but the path that we're gonna take they can't even agree upon that and I think that's one of the problems with something like this is if we're gonna make the change and we should make the change how do we get from point a to point B. because if you don't know where you're going then you're just going to be the ship without a rudder and that's not what is going to help this because what ends up happening with all of these other protests and things I've seen in the past is there is no destination and because of that eventually you run out of steam three two three five three twenty four twenty three accidents in show Twitter tweet aspects the program as well love hearing from you kind of happy it's Friday these five day work weeks are crazy stops good two weeks in a row at fortis it was lovely rough grains love might roughly so I don't eat rough grease my dog doodle does it is so bizarre to see so I talk about doodle you guys like it I I go home and I like last night the night before stayed in town but last night I went home and I love my lizards I mean but do it always is with me all the time I get the house he meets me at the door he's doing things he hasn't done since since since we got he's bouncy he's playful he's a puppy and he's not he's anything but that and the only thing that anybody can explain is the thing that I know work which is rough greats it's not dog food you sprinkle it on their food and to see the change in the way that he acts is amazing twenty five all natural vitamins minerals twenty digestive enzymes fifteen powerful strains of probiotics omega three six nine I mean it has everything that your dog needs and it's fourteen ninety five fifteen Bucks to see a change in your dog that is going to make you smile and make them feel better it's a fourteen day jumpstart it is incredible it took due to about seven days to really notice you like well there's a difference here.

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"eric garner" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The death of Eric garner in New York City showed forty three percent of Americans said those instances showed signs of a broader problem fifty one percent called it an isolated incident this reveals a rare show of uniformity across race and party about the treatment of African Americans by the police Todd aunt ABC news good news if you have triple a car insurance more refunds are coming right now the reality is is that our members just haven't been driving as much since this vehicle orders went into effect so when it came down to extending our refund program it really was a no brainer we whites were like back back so tripling your resume is although Vazquez says they'll issue another thirty seven million dollars in refunds ten percent of your premium from may sixteenth through June thirtieth Tripoli already issued a twenty percent refund when most of the country was shut down because of the corona virus pandemic thank you Jamie now it's the tour Dan from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you Sir let's get right to the racks that's where all the action is on the surface streets that is eighty Third Avenue and Thomas collision you got another record on it Avondale Boulevard south of Thomas involving a bicycle also a vehicle fire wrapping up in the area of reams road at Peoria and up north we still have a crash from very early this morning northbound seventeen near state route one sixty nine mile marker I should say exit to seventy eight there at left lane is blocked so be prepared for the state right restriction in order to get by everything else freeway right here in town you're looking good it's Friday right this report brought to you by DuckDuckGo privacy tired of being tracked online DuckDuckGo can help with one download you can search and browse.

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Top 5 Movies That Educated Us About Racism

Filmspotting

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Top 5 Movies That Educated Us About Racism

"Locum to film spotting on May Twenty Fifth in Minneapolis George Floyd. A black man was killed when a white police officer kept his knee on Floyd's neck for over eight minutes. As we've all seen protests broke out in the twin cities the next day, and then in cities across the country in the days of the followed as we record this Adam, it's more than a week after they started and the protests do continue, and all of this during a pandemic, that has killed over one hundred thousand Americans a disproportionate number of whom are people of Color. Color. Josh, of course we're so privileged in so many ways, but also in having this platform that is film spotting and to be honest with everyone. We weren't sure the best way to use it this week. One thing we knew we could do was share with our listeners the ways they could support the protesters, and we will put a link to some of those resources in the notes for this show over at film spotting dot net. Ultimately we settled on this top five top five movies that educated us about racism and I think listeners at casting. A good perspective on why this may be a fruitful topic. He says films can teach us so much. The introspection I've gained in life through films is incalculable. I grew up in a small rural town films Roth in my only glimpse into a larger world outside of the news empathy, compassion and understanding can all be gained if you look at movies as an expression and take the time to consider the film's point of view and Zach did share some of the titles that have had the biggest impact on him I think you're gonNA. Hear all if not most of them come up over the course of this show Zach continues in all honesty I don't think I have grasped the scope of. Of Institutional. Racism in the systems that support until I watched the George. Floyd video the Eric Garner Video Floyd Video. These are wrenching documentaries of another type. They are unvarnished documents of the cause of fear, and so many of our communities like other powerful films. They can't be turned away from, nor should they be thank Zach I. I think that's that's well said and yeah. Just back to what you're saying at the top atom about trying to figure out what the show should look like this week I I think we've both been trying to do a lot of listening this week. More listening than speaking and in doing that I've heard people of color just encourage others to amplify black voices so. I think that's kind of one of the motivations behind this list, for us, obviously I'm going to be doing talking on this show as usual, but but what I hope to do is turn the focus on these great films, and the necessary voices behind them, so speaking to email you know to my shame I've only had two real ways into the African American experience in my life, I would say one of those is my church tradition. It's absolutely a white church tradition for sure, but it has included partnerships with black churches. That's helped me understand what Christianity looks like for folks with different experiences than minds, so that's one avenue. Another avenue has been. In an avenue into the black experience has been. Are you know it's been books? It's been music. It's been TV, and of course it's mostly been movies, so this list is a reflection of where things stand now. It's not a comprehensive list. I don't pretend that my education on this is even near complete. So that means this time. If we get emails from listeners saying, how could you forget this or you include this rat rather than kind of Bristle? I'm going to be grateful because they'll be providing ways for that education to continue so so that's kind of where I'm at with this list right now. The best thing I think we can do is listen and learn I've heard that. This past week as well we don't always as white people have to feel compelled to comment or to interject ourselves into someone else's struggle, and that raises the question then. Should we do a show at all right now? At the same time you understand that to be silent seems to be complicit, and then if you decide to do a show, you have to consider what the substance of it is, and certainly I think I speak for both of us when I say that our objective is not to try to tell anyone that these are the five movies that define your experience. But to try to express what we've learned from cinema. How movies have informed our worldview and informed our alignment with the notion that should be self, evident and indisputable that black lives matter,

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McConnell: George Floyd protests 'hijacked' by rioters

Curtis Sliwa

01:44 min | 2 years ago

McConnell: George Floyd protests 'hijacked' by rioters

"Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says peaceful protests are one thing but what's been going on is quite another the streets of a major American cities or again the saying of looting and violent rioting that serves no purpose minority leader Chuck Schumer says president trump himself has been undermining peaceful protest the president's relentless need to make a weak man feel strong led him to order federal law enforcement officers to gas peacefully assembled Americans so we could see need his way to a church photo op the president held up a Bible in front of the historic Saint John's Episcopal Church which had been set on fire over the weekend Linda Kenyon Washington governor Cuomo says while he continues to support peaceful protest he's completely disappointed and outraged by widespread looting here in New York and the police in New York City we're not affected at doing their job last night almost suggested the national guard could be deployed if city officials ask meantime there's a curfew crackdown starting at eight PM instead of eleven continuing through five AM and extending through Sunday council speaker Corey Johnson the Reverend al Sharpton and when Carr Eric garner's mother are demanding increased police accountability amid the protests and rioting they're pushing for legislation that would make choke holds or any kind of policemen over that restricts the breathing a legal Sharpton says of such a bill had been passed earlier or if the officers connected to garner's death were prosecuted maybe what happened in Minneapolis wouldn't have happened and car asking the opportunists who are stoking violence to go home as she put it this is our movie and we don't want to be an extra and are

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Pelosi to Trump: Be a 'healer in chief'

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Pelosi to Trump: Be a 'healer in chief'

"Amid some of the nation's worst civil unrest in decades house speaker Nancy Pelosi's urging president trump to be more like his predecessors pelo see recalled the first president bush's calming words during the nineteen ninety two Los Angeles riots and president Obama's after Eric garner's death this president should follow their lead to be a healer in chief and not of us founder of the flame on the other side of the capitol George Floyd Brianna Taylor and all mod armory G. O. P. chief Mitch McConnell notably ready into the Senate record the names of black people who have died in recent confrontations while calling on the nation to distinguish between peaceful protests over their killings and the violence now shattering American cities Sager made Donnie Washington

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"eric garner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Eric garner in nonfatal violence at the hands of cops including the case of Abner Louima a governor Murphy says the state will interface to re opening on June fifteenth discovered nineteen David continues to trend in a good direction this means that restaurants will be able to serve people outdoors nonessential retail will be eleven shoppers inside a week from that point salons and barber shops will be permitted to open their doors Murphy says there's still no concrete date for gyms and health clubs but the guidance will come soon with reduced capacity required long islanders who accidentally threw away stimulus payment debit card should not have to pay replacement fees senator Chuck Schumer says many people book accord was junk mail the call the treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin and IRS commissioner Charles ready to launch a public awareness campaign about the cards so people know what to look for replacement fees for seven dollars and fifty cents you now know what's going on I'll get too low A. M. nine seventy the answer from this on Broadway and Wall Street in Manhattan is it's your city news this hour from town hall dot com I'm Richard Thomason it was a seventh straight night of violence on the streets of cities from coast to coast in New York City Macy's flagship store in Herald square was targeted by looters and vandals and there were multiple attacks on NYPD officers in buffalo couple of police officers hit by a vehicle during a protest in the western New York City four police officers shot in Saint Louis at least one officer was shot in Las Vegas president trump vows to put an immediate end to the violence if the governors of the hardest hit states failed to do so I am here president of law and order in a rose garden speech the president described the mai ham looting and arson as acts of domestic terror and said it must stop first we are ending the riots and lawlessness that has spread throughout our country we will end it now earlier he told governors they need to get much tougher on the demonstrators and he threatened to deploy the U. S. military to quell the violent protests Greg Clugston Washington the president held up a Bible during a brief visit to St John's Episcopal Church across Lafayette park from the White House police had to clear protesters out of the way before Mr trump could visit the historic church damaged by riders over the weekend the official bishop of Washington describes herself as outraged by the president's stop at the church and she claims that Mr trump didn't pray during his visit riot police firing tear gas down on a crowd of protesters in downtown Louisville Kentucky I came just hours after the firing of the city's police chief and the uproar over the shooting death of a popular restaurant owner who died while police and National Guard soldiers were enforcing a curfew amid protests over a previous police shootings in Kentucky's largest city on Wall Street this morning stock futures are higher right now Dow futures up one hundred seventy three points S. and P. futures.

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Medical examiner: Floyd's heart stopped while restrained

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Medical examiner: Floyd's heart stopped while restrained

"The prominent forensic pathologist who was hired to analyze the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis says when Floyd told police he couldn't breed that really was what was happening in twenty fourteen it was suspect Eric garner saying I can't breathe well being restrained by police in New York in those same words came from George Floyd last week in Minneapolis unfortunately many police are under the impression if you can talk that means your briefing that is not true Dr Michael Baden a well known forensic pathologist hired in this case the concept that the person says I can't breathe like Mister garner like in in this instance means you should take it seriously Baden says Floyd was asphyxiated due to compression of the neck in the back and that's on the side of the Hennepin county medical examiner also called this a homicide adding there was also a heart disease and drug use hi Jackie Quinn

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Our Nation is Burning

Black Girl Nerds

06:18 min | 2 years ago

Our Nation is Burning

"My name is Jamie and I'm host. And I'm here with my co-host Ryan. Say Hello to our audience Ryan Lou everybody. I can't say the way ANJELICA, says it, but hey I'm trying to master too, and it just didn't work. You know just. A So this episode is a little different. It's not going to be as peppy as are other episodes where we talk about. Geeky pop culture staff. 'cause we hear black girl nerds always liked to talk about things that are relevant in the news, and really that's relevant in popular culture and right now it's very relevant is what's happening in America, and that's these recent protests that. are happening really all over the nation. It started in Minnesota surrounding the events that happen to Oh my goodness George Floyd. Yeah a lot of names. Yes, a just like pollen on twitter. It's gotta get straight yeah. Thank you, thank you for for helping me with that. One surrounding the events of the death of George Floyd and then these protests have expanded to several cities donation in New York. people have gone to our nation's capital in DC. really going straight to the White House quite frankly Los Angeles. Atlanta, which we'll talk about that. CNN was vandalized on national television storming the front doors of of that building, so it's been a very Very interesting weekend. To put it mildly We were here to really to talk about that to unpack it to also unpacked the history of why this all occurred. Because even though a lot of people are talking about words like riots and looting and wives, all of these things happening, or you know kind of talking about the actions behind. These events were not really talking about why people feel the need to do what they're doing. And again it has to do with the deaths of people like George Floyd also a Aubrey Brown. Wailer and and so many people even before them which unfortunately? Oh my God. You can't even name them all I. Mean it goes back to names like Eric Garner, Freddie Gray. Allow. It's just like people you don't even. You. Would that happen because you know, there's just certain ones. Unfortunately that are going to get the media attention, but there's just so many like the scare me. I was like I have to back away from Google for minute 'cause there's this is such a long Liz. It's such a long list. Exactly I mean and again think about the names of people even before social media yet where? The benefit of twitter. They didn't have the benefit of facebook to get the amplification or even to get there. I mean God to be able to have their execution filmed on a camera phone to to get their story out there No, no, you know, they will never get to hear about their stories. But there there's certainly a longlist of black men and women and children children yet. Who who have. been killed You know by hit by gunfire through state-sanctioned. Murders. By police officers, so yeah, we're. We're going to talk about that in this episode. It's a you know. Trigger warning for anybody WHO's been a victim of. Gun Violence Um who've been a victim of police brutality This is going to be a pretty heavy episode. We will try to Kinda. Talk about some moments of levity with. The F. of of twitter, and some of the crazy things that celebrities who had said you know to kind of balance things out, but also we really do want to respect the seriousness of this conversation, so I just want to give that trigger warning before we start. So let's dive into this Joey Yeah. Let's do it. So. Where do we even begin with this conversation? I just go with like how are feeling like so what like you know waking up this warning like the past week? Just like because I know a lot of people are I. Guess they're doing it by posting. You know whatever randomly comes with him on twitter and Instagram 'cause you know with some of US still at Kinda streak. Stay at home orders. Sometimes. You can't really go where you WANNA go or get out a little bit. So that's kind of how there vending so just like I. Guess just a simple. How you filling in just your your thoughts off the top about how you've been dealing with it. So the way I'm dealing with it as I'm avoiding emerging myself too deeply into social media, which for a while now I would say probably for the last couple of years to be quite honest with you I've not gotten to connected with social media and. you know especially now with what's going on because when I look at my time line whether it's twitter or facebook. Yeah, everything talking about this not look yeah. I've not looked at the full video. I felt like I had to look at it for four and a half hours, and it was the most miserable day. Ever I might not look your. Do not yeah, that's right because you work in television, so I didn't like just look away from it. And I was just like and I, and I repeatedly was dislike. Why are we continue to do this? You know you WANNA. Get the message out there, but I guess for me the thing where it's. Is it necessary to keep showing you know certain parts over and over again

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"eric garner" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on KTOK

"Seven minutes he is clearly struggling to breathe during that time and I think you'll be hard pressed to understand you can't bring charges at least against the officer who has his name on that man's neck it's a violation of ethics to talk valuate evidence before we announce our charging decisions that I will not do that I will say this that that video is graphic and horrific and terrible and no person should do that but my job in the end is to prove that he violated criminal statutes and there is other evidence that does not support a criminal charge we need to wait through all of that evidence to come through the measles meaningful determination and we are doing that to the best of our ability you heard it and this was the I mean if this becomes what it sounds like it could be where there's a real debate over the possible criminality of the officer here I'm not saying we're there do not misconstrue misunderstanding saying but if we get to that you know with Eric garner for example he had a heart condition the take down itself would you know they didn't see him sit there and strangle him for eight minutes the guy took him down around the neck and then garner as he was arrested had it had cardiac arrest that's not the same thing as as strangling somebody over a course of minutes as they're screaming I that the you know that they are able to breathe it's not the same right but what is he referring to here with evidence that does not support a criminal charge I don't know the only speculation I could have here this is speculation I die I do not have any evidence of this I would be perhaps there was an underlying medical condition that was exacerbated by the knee on the neck however even in that circumstance it would seem to me that I need on the knack is excessive force and if that excessive force continuously in this context leads to death it's still manslaughter but I I'm wondering what this county attorney is referring to with evidence that does not support maybe just rent out in a very generic you know we have to look at all the evidence and maybe evidence but it sounded to me like he was suggesting there might be something else will have.

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"eric garner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Other unspecified stuff play six the problem is seven minutes he is clearly struggling to reviewing that time and I think you'll be hard pressed to understand you can't bring charges police against the officer who had his knee transaction it's a violation of ethics to talk valuate evidence before we announce our charging decisions but I will not do that I will say that is that that video is graphic and horrific and terrible and no person should do that but my job in the end is to prove that he violated criminal statutes and there is other evidence that does not support a criminal charge we need to Wade through all of that evidence the country with the measles meaningful determination and we are doing that to the best of our ability you heard it and this was the I mean if this becomes what it sounds like it could be where there's a real debate over the possible criminality of the officer here I'm not saying we're there do not misconstrue misunderstanding saying but if we get to that you know with Eric garner for example he had a heart condition the take down itself would you know they didn't see him sit there and strangle him for eight minutes the guy took him down around the neck and then garner as he was arrested had it had cardiac arrest that's not the same thing as as strangling somebody over a course of minutes as they're screaming I that the you know that they are able to breathe it's not the same right but what is he referring to here with evidence that does not support a criminal charge I don't know the only speculation I could have here this is speculation I die I do not have any evidence of this I would be perhaps there was an underlying medical condition that was exacerbated by the need on the neck however even in that circumstance it would seem to me that I need on the knack is excessive force and if that excessive force continuously in this context leads to death it's still manslaughter but I I'm wondering what this county attorney is referring to with evidence that does not support maybe just rent out in a very generic you know we have to look at all the evidence and maybe evidence but it sounded to me like he was suggesting there might be something else will have to see but if that's the case this thing is getting really intense.

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"eric garner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And certainly the guy with the knee on the neck no one no one is justified this at this point and again you've got many activists that are trying to bring in the stories of of other black individuals that were shot and killed or in other cases like Eric garner Staten Island I Eric garner was taken down in it and it wasn't a choke hold he was taken down in the take down and I don't see that was not a chokehold garner was in a horrific physical condition also the commanding officer at the scene was a black female sergeant which was also very important corner couldn't walk two steps without huffing and puffing I wish Eric garner were alive but he did resist arrest that is shown on bystander video if that Trayvon Martin for instance not police but Trayvon Martin shot by George Zimmerman now Zimmerman is a is a dumbass George Zimmerman is an idiot I've talked about this for years but Trayvon Martin according to an eyewitness neighbor in between the two buildings Trayvon Martin was on top of George Zimmerman ship smashing his head into the concrete on a concrete walkway between two buildings which could result in Zimmerman's death and that's why Zimmerman allegedly shot and killed Trayvon Martin of course everyone walked away from that but it appears it was justified that George Zimmerman's life was in danger but he said a statement vehicle he should've waited for the police so Zimmerman put himself in the position but still he was in a position a position of potentially getting killed by Trayvon according to eyewitness accounts and that was this neighbor that testified to that effect you know you've got the full Landau Casteel about was also found in heights Minnesota traffic stop on that was a crazy story the officer was acquitted in that case that whole story didn't seem right to me as well you I. Jamar Clark also Minneapolis twenty fifteen got into a fight with a paramedics cops arrived got into a scuffle with police got a cop's gun and then another cop shot him that was just the fight so you can't bring up all these stories of how the cops are brutalized some were justified some were not Michael brown hands up don't shoot it appears that he was trying to get a hold of officer Darren Wilson's gun and Wilson shot in self defense hands up don't shoot was a complete fallacy.

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"eric garner" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"eric garner" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Eight o'clock good morning I'm Jill Bartlett a young mother's been found shot to death on Staten Island police found the thirty eight year old woman with a bullet wound to the head after neighbors call nine one one report gun shots family access with family it takes me a type of family it's not enjoyed living next door to next next next door to the less but seven eight years now leasing for know who the gunman is that woman lived at the home with her husband and two sons former cop Daniel Pantaleo wants his job back he was fired for his role in the death of Eric garner former NYPD cop was canned by police commissioner Jamie o'neal in August following an administrative trial that came five years after Eric garner's death it is Monteleone who can be seen putting Gardner in a chokehold right before his death the only other officer disciplined in the garner case was docked twenty vacation days no one laden W. O. R. news frustration among house Republicans about the impeachment inquiry large group of Republicans tried to storm the secure room where the depositions are being heard complaining that Democrats are leading a secret impeachment investigation very hard to push back when you don't see the transcript you haven't seen the Q. NA you had some Republican members saying all well you know one of the members really tore down his testimony but they can't see that and if you are a Republican ally of this president you are looking for a way to defend him as gore sponsors Turner will have more on that story coming up with lumberman Michael real it's part of the big three city wants to make things easier and safer for people on bikes city council going to consider new safety regulations today among them one that would force cars to keep a safe distance from bikers all of this comes after officials are changing some traffic lights to favor people on bikes traffic lights a long wait and bond streets between Schirmer worn and Baltic in Boerum Heller time to turn green with the speed of bikers going fifteen miles an hour and as a result more bikers follow traffic light laws it's called the green wave program and it's so successful the DOT is bringing it to Clinton street in Brooklyn heights forty Third Avenue in Sunnyside queen and prince region so hall at least stacked in rows CD W. O. R. nude body of late Maryland congressman Elijah Cummings will lie in the state of the national statuary hall of the capital today the ceremony begins this morning with remarks house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and a group of other house and Senate leaders come expense away last week at the age of sixty eight.