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"fatima johnson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:09 min | Last month

"fatima johnson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Supreme Court provided a bright ray of sunshine this week the opinion marks the second time in a week that the Supreme Court has ruled against the trump administration on Monday the court said LGBTQ Americans are protected under the Civil Rights Act and today we heard from the president he blasted the High Court calling the decisions quote horrible and politically charged shotgun blasts into the face of people that are proud to call themselves Republicans or conservatives tomorrow is Juneteenth the day that marks the end of slavery went on June nineteenth eighteen sixty five the last remaining slaves in Texas were freed on Capitol Hill house speaker Nancy Pelosi will mark the day by removing several vestiges of the confederacy from the house curator told us that there were four paintings of speakers in the car and the capital of the United States for speakers who had served in the content that receives so tomorrow June fifteenth the clerk will oversee removal of those Confederate speakers of from the house the portraits are Robert hunter of Virginia how will call the Georgia James or of set of South Carolina and Charles crisp of Georgia the new York city council public safety committee voted today to approve a series of police reforms the measures now go to the full council for an expected vote this afternoon councilman Rory Lancman is the chief sponsor origin of this legislation was the horrific killing americana we all witnessed with our own eyes and having witnessed that how can we not at the bills would ban police chokehold and require the NYPD to disclose its surveillance technology including facial recognition mirrored plus zero says he will sign it when your Attorney General tish James meantime is holding a second day of hearings to examine the nature and detail of interactions between police officers and the public during recent protests officer Devin Brosnan charged in the shooting death of radar Brooks in Atlanta turned himself in today he faces an aggravated assault charge former officer Garrett Ralph who has been charged with felony murder and ten other counts after he shot broke said Wendy's drive thru last week must surrender by six PM Richard Brooks would to make a Miller speaking out she said she was shocked when prosecutors described how officer Ralph allegedly kicked her husband while he was on the ground officer Brosnan also allegedly stepped on Brooke's shoulder in Indianapolis new surveillance video showing the moments before a black man was shot by police in may here's correspondent Ryan burl twenty four seconds of surveillance video from a nearby building shows three Sean Reid stopped his car get out and run from police in one hand it appears he's holding a T. shirt in the other two cell phones Fatima Johnson is the reed family attorney is consistent what we thought and what we thought is that he did not have the capacity to fire a gun at officer Mercer we say read shot at officers twice before being killed state police have taken over the investigation and the judge has assigned a special prosecutor to the case wins news time one fifty one for traffic.

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"fatima johnson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:32 min | Last month

"fatima johnson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC news this spring court has rejected president trump's effort to end legal protections for about six hundred and fifty thousand young immigrants the court ruling that the Obama era program daca should stay in place A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey has more the trump administration's decision to rescind daca was arbitrary and capricious the Supreme Court decided in a five to four opinion authored by Chief Justice Roberts it wasn't that the department of homeland security lacked the authority to wind down the program the dispute this instead primarily about the procedure the agency followed in doing so and the court said it failed to provide a reasoned explanation for its action in dissent justice Thomas said the majority sought to avoid a politically controversial but legally correct decision Erin cutters he ABC news New York Chief Justice Roberts siding with the four liberal justices on his court a Virginia judge has now indefinitely extended an injunction stopping the governor's order that a statue of Robert E. Lee be taken down in Richmond this is ABC news former Atlanta police officer Garrett Ralph is now facing murder charges for the shooting death of an African American man race are Brooks there is no new surveillance video of the moments before a black man was shot and killed by police in Indianapolis the twenty four seconds of surveillance video from a nearby building shows St John reed stopped his car get out and run from police in one hand it appears he's holding a T. shirt in the other two cell phones Fatima Johnson is the reed family attorney is consistent what we thought and what we thought is that he did not have.

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"fatima johnson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:51 min | Last month

"fatima johnson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The New York City department for the aging when news time eleven forty seven York city council public safety committee has voted today to approve a series of police reform bills the measures now go to the full council for an expected vote this afternoon councilman Rory Lancman is the chief sponsor origin of this legislation with the horrific killing americana we all witnessed with our own eyes and having witnessed that how can we not at the bills would ban police chokehold and require the NYPD to disclose its surveillance technology including facial recognition mereka Blasi says he will sign it your attorney general Letitia James meantime is holding a second day of hearings to examine the nature and detail of interactions between police officers and the public during the recent protests officer Devin Brosnan charge in the shooting death of Richard Brooks in Atlanta turned himself in today he faces an aggravated assault charge former officer Garrett Ralph who has been charged with felony murder and ten other counts after he shot Brooks at a Wendy's drive thru last week must surrender by six PM Richard Brooks widow to make a Miller meantime is speaking out she said she was shocked when prosecutors described how officer Rolf allegedly kicked her husband while he was on the ground officer Brosnahan allegedly stepped on Brooke's shoulder in Indianapolis there is new surveillance video showing the moments before a black man was shot by police in may here's correspondent Bryan Burrough twenty four seconds of surveillance video from a nearby building shows three Sean Reid stopped his car get out and run from police in one hand it appears he's holding a T. shirt in the other two cell phones Fatima Johnson is the reed family attorney it's consistent what we thought and what we thought is that he did not have the capacity to fire a gun at officer Mercer we say read shot at officers twice before being killed state police have taken over the investigation and the judge has assigned a special prosecutor to the case wins news time eleven forty nine twenty one states report an upward trend in new coronavirus cases and ten states including Florida and Texas are reporting a record number of new cases this week let's get more from correspondent Kelly Hartog virus doesn't seem to be slowing down in Florida despite a rise in covert nineteen cases governor just Santis wants to continue to re open we're going to go for it we're gonna continue to protect the most vulnerable with twenty six hundred plus cases announced statewide Wednesday Miami's mayor saying he won't rule out another city wide shut down nationwide more than two million people have been infected and over a hundred seventeen thousand have died from the virus on a junior to host United we saying a Grammy tribute to essential workers during the pandemic he spoke to ten ten wins and said his sister was signed to a hospital in queen my sister is a colonel in the United States Army Reserve and she was deployed to work at queen's hospital R. as a psychiatrist there helping people deal you know with with all of it and that was the first stop we made and I would not have been able to see her had I not done done the special so it was you know she's an essential hero at among all the others we talked to the two hour special to be broadcast on CBS this Sunday starting at eight PM among those featured in the show Sandra bullock Queen Latifah Brad Pitt Oprah Jamie Foxx and Cyndi Lauper controversy down the Jersey Shore north Wildwood is denying a state D. P. report that illegally destroyed dunes and wetlands officials say they acted to repair erosion that wiped out parts of the dunes but the state argues eight acres of mature well established dunes were destroyed as part of an ocean front development of a pier boardwalk and tiki bar and the work was done without proper permits that he could order the town to undo the work and restore the area back to its natural condition wins news time eleven fifty one the traffic.

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"fatima johnson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:56 min | Last month

"fatima johnson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Forty WHAS Louisville I heart radio station it's eleven o'clock will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS were heading to Washington DC and the Supreme Court the U. S. Supreme Court has ruled against the trump administration's attempt to end daca the program set up to help undocumented immigrants brought here as children stay in the U. S. the ruling not on daca itself but on whether the trump administration improperly moved to overturn it the court said it did ABC's Terry Moran explains before the Supreme Court the question was why did president trump have the lawful authority to end president Obama's program the daca program to protect the dreamers from deportation today in a stunning case Chief Justice John Roberts right in with the liberals found that president trump's decision to end the daca program that's deferred action for childhood arrivals protecting the dreamers the president trump and his administration acted unlawfully when they ended the daca program justice Brett Kavanaugh writing in a separate dissent says he was satisfied the administration did act appropriately when it moved to end daca I'm sherry Preston ABC news back in lieu of all the investigation into the three LMPD officers involved in the shooting death of Brianna Taylor is continuing however the department can't suspend the three without pay unless there is indisputable evidence of what happened that's coming out of an internal memo dated June fifteenth from a city attorney lawyers for the Taylor family have called for the officers to be fired and charged with her death Taylor was shot by LMPD officers after her boyfriend fired at them during the service of a no knock warrant under south local home lawyers for Taylor's boyfriend Kenneth Walker want to charge against him permanently dropped he was charged with attempted murder of a police officer for shooting a an LMPD sergeant in the leg during the service of that no knock warrants Walker's attorneys say he first fired because he never heard police identify themselves and thought someone was breaking in we're heading to Indianapolis now were new surveillance video has been released showing the moments before a black man was shot by police in that city last month A. B. C.'s Ryan burrow with the story the twenty four seconds of surveillance video from a nearby building shows St John reed stopped his car get out and run from police in one hand it appears he's holding a T. shirt in the other two cell phones Fatima Johnson is the reed family attorney is consistent what we thought and what we thought is that he did not have the capacity to fire a gun at officer Mercer we say read shot at officers twice before being killed state police have taken over the investigation Ribeiro A. B. C. news end of discovery by you about could save the lives of coronavirus patients researchers have discovered a biomarker that could be a warning sign that a patient may face serious or even deadly complications they were studying the functions of a mutant cells when they discovered the connections experts say they hope blood tests for highly elevated immune cells known as neutrophils will allow doctors to head off complications for at risk patients before it's too late your next news update is at eleven thirty I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS all righty I gotta tell you a mentally exhausted and it's easy to do for me no doubt okay just a couple of mental set ups and I'm already exhausted we've had a heck of a show so far we're gonna light things up as we move forward and we'll continue at the bottom of the hour Christopher two axes we're gonna talk to him and talk to him in a long time and he's obviously been very very busy I did the story yesterday about the guy that did spawn toys McFarlane yes he did all kinds of other stuff he did the deal Spock movie and ideologies all in H. got the money comic books he had the money to do this way back when back during the whole Sosa McGwire thing he bought number seventy the ball the seventieth d'angers big mac hit he bought it bought for three million dollars now it's estimates trying to get rid of it I know what school he eat it at that point right now keep it just comes back to just keep it when required I whatever you know but now that but the most that they they're saying he'll get out of is that two hundred fifty thousand would be three be a win for India three million three million yeah million so let's talk about some other sports memorabilia that's going up and this is it I can I can explain this easily the Michael J. the mark Michael Jordan warned Jersey games sure game jerseys from the nineteen seventy eight seventy I need a mental set up to help us do okay all right I got I got your I got your I got your chin okay so you can do the mental set up mini golf you guys want to start again of course yeah there you go yes all right folks we are back you're going to have fun on this segment kids live just I'm exhausted I have been totally done yeah I can barely do a couple of mental set ups without getting winded wind it in that's not it's not unusual for me yeah this this break feels like shot date I got one for you here is still a lot of things here stuff that makes you on unattractive what no I would rather know stuff that makes here's what makes me attractive chela is it without as my wife stuff that makes you want to tractive like people obsessed with their social media presence but then act like they don't care about social media we help those people yes yes yes makes you unattractive correct yes it does how many we've had that with coaches coaches over the years I never read the papers I ever do this and then a quote and get mad at media that I didn't read the article and then maybe somehow quote the article later in the press but I don't care what you guys say about me people are always on their phones your canzone like if you're having a conversation with them and they're holding the phone in there on about the the in the palm about mid drift out of there yeah right and they have their one index finger and they're scrolling through social media while you're talking to them there are people who think you're hiding a look in your phone let me let me tip you off right here this is been going on for years and years and years way before cellphones and people have big get busted in this what I'm talking about the ice get busted like this all the time the meetings it's called a wrist watch if it right anytime during a meeting and good lord and radio you have you can't swing a dead cat without a boss one day you are really on this dead cat no you know I'm way all what is it that have to be dead you don't want the live one we don't like this window.

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"fatima johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"fatima johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Are also at Kellogg park in downtown Plymouth organizers are calling for a peaceful protest there the city of Plymouth is now put out an advisory this to expect traffic delays in the downtown area due to the protesters a similar protest is also planned for Sunday afternoon in downtown Plymouth well CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes tells us that the family of dress John reed a black man fatally shot by police earlier this month in Indianapolis says it has evidence that authorities are withholding evidence the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police department says reed was shot after fleeing police then firing a weapon at officers but Fatima Johnson an attorney for reed's family accuses police of a cover up and compared the battle for the truth that that case to the police killing of George Floyd we need to keep our foot on the neck of the system there's also newly released video from witnesses who say reed was tased then shot as he lay on the ground police say a probe is ongoing Alison Keyes CBS news W. W. Grainger's time five forty three sports with Jeff lesson in two minutes download the radio dot com app and set your alarm to wake up to the latest breaking news on W. W. J. use radio nine fifty chock now meet trucks personal information hello made up of things like account log ins bank info and Chuck social security number whenever chop shops banks and browses online his info travels all over the world bowls you ni.

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"fatima johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"fatima johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston today on Boston common the gathering just as the announcement was made out of Minnesota of upgraded charges in the killing of George Floyd we want to take you to W. B. C.'s or Karen regal there with the crowd Karen an announcement was made here on the Boston common sense of those charges that will upgrade you get that one officer those charges that our new look at those other officers who stood by as George Ford died well that you put on it after almost nine minutes but the people I've talked to in this crowd they not about beside the point that's part of what part of an ongoing problem when young men I just talked with them at night you're originally from Dallas says that he was recently pulled over here in Massachusetts because because people are calling in your car and you call the police on my car all the time no different on that to me I have to be a white woman and he said that something that bothers him enough something that that should not but he wasn't doing anything wrong on a public street he's originally from Dallas this is one of the differences between Boston and there Dallas is that in Dallas things are much more open when it comes to racism here in Boston because he didn't give it a more subtle she's the only black machine shop and he wonders why that is the common where several hundred people are gathered Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio I want to give you more now on the upgraded charges that were just announced against former Minneapolis police officer Derek schaffen in the killing of George Floyd speaking just a short time ago Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison first today I filed an amended complaint that charges the charges former Minneapolis police officer Derek Jarman with murder in the second degree for the death of George Floyd I believe the evidence available to us now supports the stronger charge of second degree murder we've consulted with each other and we agree arrest warrants have also been issued for the former officers J. king Thomas lane and a to tal they are being charged with aiding and abetting murder in the second degree a felony charge in Minnesota the Attorney General telling the people to be patient thank them for the patients they had already and told them to continue to be patience as this investigation is still on going the family of a black man shot and killed by police earlier this month in Indianapolis says the Tories withholding some evidence more from CBS's Alison Keyes Indianapolis Metropolitan Police department says reed was shot after fleeing police then firing a weapon at officers but Fatima Johnson an attorney for reed's family accuses police of a cover up and compared the battle for the truth that that case to the police killing of George Floyd we need to keep our foot on.

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"fatima johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:27 min | 2 months ago

"fatima johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Quickly there was minimal injury anytime you're going into a restoration and there's some of the resistance there is a likelihood that there will be some type of injury correct saying of the one hundred twenty seven arrests Jason forty seven were from the city proper the remainder from across metro Detroit including six from out of state three from New York City others from Maryland DC and California it's similar to what's being found another protests across the U. S. that somehow attract outsiders why the local run do we W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty now to trade protesters say they're gonna descend on the mayor's residence this evening this in protest against the curfew that set up for tonight through Sunday night social media post by organizer say they'll be protesting at the Manoogian mansion tonight mayor Mike Duggan instituting that eight o'clock curfew lasting until five o'clock the next morning it's to curb any property destruction and violence during protests starting last Sunday mayor Mike Duggan says the curfew was expected to run through the weekend in the city of Detroit well a Michigan school superintendent says he'll get to diversity training after partly blaming George Floyd for his failing counter with police Brian Metcalf is leader of the grand ledge districts that's just west of Lansing Metcalf said on Facebook that Floyd's death in Minneapolis was quote wrong but also said quote it all starts with being a law abiding citizen and that Floyd was suspected of using counterfeit money the grand ledge school board says it's deeply concerned about Metcalf's social media posts but won't fire him now Metcalf has apologized and said his words quote fell far short about forty people protesting this week at the school district's headquarters over those comments meantime the department of homeland security issuing a warning about the possibility of an increase in violence from opportunists CBS news senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge has more the homeland security intelligence report obtained by CBS news says some violent opportunists have become quote more important following a series of attacks against law enforcement this week homeland security has also received more reporting about pre positioned bricks and protest venues but have been unable to verify through official channels the department said it also lacks reporting indicating individuals are coordinating violence across multiple jurisdictions Catherine Herridge CBS news Washington well the family of dray Jonjo that's dray John Reid a black male fatally shot by police earlier this month in Indianapolis says it now has evidence authorities are withholding evidence correspondent Alison Keyes explains the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police department says reed was shot after fleeing police then firing a weapon at officers but Fatima Johnson an attorney for reed's family accuses police of a cover up and compared the battle for the truth that that case to the police killing of George Floyd we need to keep our foot on the neck of the system there's also newly released video from witnesses who say reed was tased then shot as he lay on the ground police say a probe is ongoing Alison Keyes CBS news just after the forecast outdoor playground set to reopen I Brooke Allen W. W. J. news time three thirty eight afican weather couple together every ten minutes.