35 Burst results for "First Degree Murder"
Caller: Will the Charges Stick Against All 5 Memphis Officers?
"Anyway, I was just wondering why you didn't put the rest of the what the prosecutor said when he was talking about the police officers. If you recall, he said that all 5 of them were going to be charged with that crime while all 5 of them didn't meet this guy. But there were the ones that were standing around. So they were complicit in his death. And if you go back in time and look at some of the other deaths that's been going around the country, there's a lot of complexity going around with the cops, and this is one of the reasons why people were talking about defund the police. You know, they're concerned about the cops that are so called good cops that are standing around and not doing their job. Right. Watching the buddies do their things, you know, getting a thing off and beating people, choking them out and whatnot. And the other cops not lifting a finger to do anything about it. Yep, I get that. Now here's the problem. Second degree murder is probably gonna, they're gonna have a hard time getting that to stick to all 5 of them. I agree. You know. I agree. But I agree. But it is, but it is, this goes back to the Derek Chauvin thing when he's got his knee on George Floyd's neck for 9 minutes or 12 minutes or however long it was. Nobody else did anything about it.
DA: 5 Memphis cops 'all responsible' for Tyre Nichols' death
"Law enforcement officials in Memphis are blasting the 5 fired police officers who've been charged with murder in the beating death of a black motorist earlier this month. The head of the Tennessee bureau of investigation says the traffic stop that resulted in Tyree Nichols death in no way reflected proper policing. This was wrong. This was criminal. And director David rausch and WMC TV says. Frankly, I'm shocked. I'm sickened. Shelby county district attorney Steve mulroy says all 5 officers are being charged with second degree murder. Kidnapping and other violations. In the brutal beating that took place after Nichols was pulled over, pepper sprayed, fled, and then caught again, and allegedly beaten for several minutes. The actions of all of them resulted in the death of Tyree Nichols, and they are all responsible. Mulroy says he'll release the police videos of the traffic stop Friday evening, hoping. Perhaps this incident can open a broader conversation about the need for police reform. Lawyers for two of the officers charged say they're still waiting to see more evidence in the case and that their clients are very upset. I'm Jackie Quinn
5 Memphis cops charged with murder in Tyre Nichols' death
"Murder charges have been lodged against the 5 police officers fired in Memphis after the brutal beating of a black motorist who died earlier this month. All 5 former officers are charged with second degree murder, aggravated assault, aggravated kidnapping, official misconduct, and official oppression in connection with the death of 29 year old Tyree Nichols. The traffic stop was caught on video, which hasn't yet been released, but Shelby county prosecutor Steve mulroy said earlier this week. I was distraught. Attorney Ben crump says the family saw the video of Nichols a FedEx worker and father, being beaten for three minutes, shocked pepper sprayed and restrained when he was pulled over for a traffic stop near his home. He was coming back after visiting a park, where he had taken photos of the sunset. I'm Jackie Quinn
Police reveal what led to arrest of suspect in Albuquerque shootings
"A suspect wanted in connection with a deadly shooting at the mall of America doing the height of Christmas shopping was arrested in Georgia yesterday, Bloomington police say that the 17 year old suspect was taken into custody in Decatur, Georgia, by federal and state law enforcement officials, the suspect faces charges of second degree murder and second degree assault. His mother has also been charged with aiding and abetting for allegedly driving him to Georgia 19 year old johnta Hudson was killed in a December 23rd shooting at the mall of America. Three others were previously arrested and charged. They include an 18 year old who faces second degree murder charges while two 17 year olds have been charged with second degree
Court to hear appeal of ex-officer in murder of George Floyd
"The former Minneapolis police officer serving 22 and a half years in prison for putting his knee to the neck of George Floyd is asking that his state conviction be tossed out, an attorney for Derek Chauvin will argue before an appeals court that numerous legal and procedural eras deprived his client of a fair trial. The attorney says pretrial publicity was more extensive than any other trial in Minnesota history, and that the trial should have been moved elsewhere and the jury sequestered the attorney also argues that the judge improperly excluded evidence that could have been favorable to Chauvin, and accuses prosecutors of misconduct, Chauvin was convicted of second degree murder, third degree murder, and second degree manslaughter, Chauvin later pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights charge, and was sentenced to 21 years in a federal prison, a sentence he serving concurrently with the state sentence. I'm John of water
Panel quashes bill allowing murder charges for drug dealers
"A panel of Virginia lawmakers have quashed a bill that would have allowed murder charges for drug dealers. Virginia's Senate Judiciary Committee, led by Democrats, voted the measure down 8 to 7 on Monday, a house version is likely to meet the same fate. The bill endorsed by governor Glen yunkin would have allowed prosecutors in the Commonwealth to charge drug dealers with second degree murder if a user dies of an overdose. Advocates said it was needed to hold dealers accountable and address rising overdose deaths. The bill's sponsor pointed to a 2014 Virginia Supreme Court ruling that said if a drug dealer leaves and the person overdoses, they can't be charged, but lawmakers also heard from opponents who said it could discourage people from calling 9-1-1 if they see some one overdosing. I'm Jennifer King
"first degree murder" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"That he was focused on raising money for a toy drive. He had the goal of raising $2500 for needy kids since suffering that cardiac arrest, the GoFundMe page has raised over $7 million. The man suspected in the November slayings of four university of Idaho students is now in Moscow. Ready to face first degree murder charges will continue to follow the latest on that coming up at the top of the hour The arrival of 300 migrants in the Florida keys yesterday prompted the closure of a national park. We get more from ABC's Brad milky. The difference between this island and most of those other places where migrants are arriving is those other places have multiple buildings and running water between them, ABC's Armando Garcia covers the immigration beat armada. I hesitate to even call this an island. I'm just looking at Google Maps, it looks like a beach on a sandbar that's barely poking up above water. It's got an old Civil War fort on it. How is this the place where 300 migrants suddenly show up? Brad, that's absolutely correct. The first thing we need to know about dry tortugas national park is that it is the very definition of remote. It's about 70 miles west of Key West, Florida, only reachable by seaplane or boat. And it's made up of about 7 small, mostly uninhabitable islands. A spokesperson for the coast guard covering that region said that there's no infrastructure in place to sustain human life there. So as migrants started landing there over the last weekend, we saw a full scale effort on behalf of coast guard, CBP, DHS, and other entities to remove migrants from that area and get them to safer land
8 teen girls charged with murder in Toronto stabbing death
"18 girls have been charged with murder in Toronto, only to wire. Toronto police say 18 inch girls have been charged with second degree murder in the stabbing death of a 59 year old man, investigators alleged that the girls assaulted and stabbed the man early Sunday morning in what they describe as a swarming the girls were arrested near the scene of the attack and a number of weapons were seized, three of the girls are 13 years old, three or 14, and two or 16. They apparently all met on social media, three of the girls have had prior encounters with the police, the stabbing victim was taken to a hospital where
Felony charges filed against father of Highland Park shooting suspect
"The father of a July 4th parade shooting suspect has now been charged with a felony, I'm Lisa de weyer. The father of a man charged with killing 7 people in a mass shooting at a 4th of July parade in a Chicago suburb has been charged with 7 felony accounts of freckles conduct, the charges are based on bob cremo junior, sponsoring his then 19 year old son's application for a gun license. The elder cremo surrendered to police and will have a bond hearing this weekend. A grand jury in July indicted primo's son, Robert krimo the third, on 21 first degree murder counts 48
Dan Proft: The Implications of Illinois' SAFE-T Act
"You're in a state. I think about the safety act ending cash bail in Illinois that is so devastating to police departments to law enforcement. Explain to everybody what Illinois safety act is. Yeah, I mean, it's basically what you guys did in New York State, but on steroids, it is the elimination of cash bail for what have been determined to be according to legislation, non detain able offenses, non attainable offenses like kidnapping, like arson, like second degree murder. You have county prosecutors. There's a 102 county prosecutors in Illinois, a hundred. But that didn't matter. And you have Illinois telling the public under this law, we will not be able to detain about half of the population in our respective county jails. So you're turning out violence have a propensity to repeat, particularly if there's no inhibition. And honestly, Mike, I don't know, maybe that's what it takes in places like Illinois or New York or California. Maybe until some of the suburban communities feel the impact of violent crime of the lawlessness that's taken hold at cities. And maybe that's what it will take to get people to make changes in the political leadership of their big cities and their state capital.
Ex-cop guilty of murder in freezing death of 8-year-old son
"Up former New York City police officer was convicted Friday of murdering his 8 year old son who was forced to sleep on the concrete floor of a freezing garage Long Island jury found Michael valva guilty of second degree murder he faces 25 years to life in prison at sentencing little Thomas bell that died in January of 2020 the day after sleeping in the garage in the family Suffolk county home in temperatures that dropped under 20° prosecutors said Thomas and his ten year old brother were both on the autism spectrum and were at times forced to sleep in the garage because a bed wedding issues They also say the father beat and starved the boys Valdez then fiance Angela polino also faces child endangerment and second degree murder counts and is awaiting trial She pleaded not guilty Julie Walker New York
"first degree murder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Brian shook. This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio. In a death penalty case, Arizona did end runs around Supreme Court precedent, creating a procedural maze that blocked a death row inmate's relief at every turn, reminding just Elena Kagan of the works of Kafka. I think Kafka would have loved this. Cruz loses his Simmons claims on direct appeal because the Arizona courts say point blank Simmons has never applied in Arizona. And then he loses the next time around because the Arizona court say Simmons always applied in California. I mean, tells you when, as I lose, whatever that expression is, I mean, how can you run a railroad that way? For decades, Arizona refused to follow Supreme Court precedent established in the 1994 Simmons case, which gave defendants facing the death penalty the right to tell juries that if they spared them from the death penalty, they would never be eligible for parole. So in 2016 the Supreme Court specifically instructed Arizona to follow that law. But Arizona denied John Cruz that instruction at his trial and then used a state procedural law to stop him from seeking reversal of his death sentence. Many of the justices seemed troubled by Arizona flouting the Supreme Court. Here's justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. Simmons made clear that this is what the law was. So many times Arizona said we're not following it. And we had to have lynch in order to really cinch the deal. One thing I'm a little worried about is that if we rule in your favor in this case, that it will be giving other states essentially a road map. For defying this court's criminal law decisions. Joining me is Jordan Rubin, Bloomberg law reporter. This appeal is not about the defendant's guilt, but about his sentence. Tell us a little about the case and what happened during the penalty phase. Sure. So John Cruz was convicted in Arizona state court, a first degree murder for shooting Tucson police officer, Patrick hardesty in 2003, but it was in cruise's guilt, but his sentence that prompted the issue at the Supreme Court. So at the sentencing phase, Cruz wanted the jury to know that he would have been ineligible for parole. He was sentenced to life instead of death. And that actually wound up being a really important issue because we know that the jury foreman actually later said that they are looking for a reason to be lenient, but Arizona didn't allow that at the time. And that was despite an earlier U.S. Supreme Court precedent from 1994 called Simmons, which said that defendants have the right to inform juries of their parole ineligibility in that situation when their future danger is an issue. So for decades, Arizona refuses to follow that Supreme Court rule, so then the court basically tells Arizona directly, this is the rule you have to follow it. That's right. So the Simmons case happened at the Supreme Court in 1994. Cruz was prosecuted in Arizona after that, but then there was an Arizona case that went to the Supreme Court after Cruz was sentenced called lynch against Arizona in 2016 where the U.S. Supreme Court basically told Arizona you have to apply this precedent simmonds. And so Cruz had previously raised a challenge before the linch case trying to argue that he should have been able to tell the jury about his parole and eligibility status based on Simmons, then after lynch after the U Supreme Court told Arizona, you have to apply our precedent, Cruz tried again, but he was rejected again in state court, and that's what prompted this U.S. Supreme Court appeal this kind of ping ponging back and forth and cruises repeated attempts and repeated rejections to try and get the benefit of this U.S. Supreme Court precedent in the sentence case. So that's why justice Elena Kagan said Kafka would have loved this case. Exactly. So the way she put it, she says, Costco would have loved this because Cruz loses his Simmons claim on direct appeal in the first instance before the lynch case, and then he tries again and the reason he loses according to the state is because no, Simmons is actually always applied. It was just that lynch told Arizona that it had to then apply the law. So it wasn't what's called a significant change in the law, according to Arizona, and that's super important for this case because it all comes down to this state procedural rule, which says that on post conviction like what Cruz was trying to raise. He can only get the benefit if there was a significant change in law. And according to Arizona, the lynch holding wasn't a significant change. I thought it was odd that the state was still arguing in its briefs that Simmons and lynch were wrongly decided by the court and justice Kagan told Arizona's attorney Joseph Kane field that she found that shocking and perhaps a bit insulting. In this case, you're still saying, like, lynch is wrongly decided Simmons is wrongly decided we can't really, we just really hate all this stuff. It sounds like your thumbing your nose at us. Justice Kagan is absolutely no
Darrell Brooks Convicted in Deadly Wisconsin Christmas Parade Attack
"Listen. About the time this show was coming on, literally 22 minutes ago, at the top of the hour, this came down. Daryl Brooks, the Waukesha Christmas parade murderer, was found guilty. First degree intentional homicide in that massacre. You know, I don't want to say it's received no coverage. But this was a Christmas parade murder, so we're talking ten months ago, you know, Christmas of 2021. When this angry, violent, criminal man, 40 year old Daryl Brooks, assaulted his girlfriend, then climbed into his SUV and plowed through that Christmas parade of almost exclusively white people. There's a reason I brought that up. Intentionally according to the eyewitnesses and the prosecutors swerving and veering to maximize the number of people he could hit. He didn't plow straight ahead, giving people at least a chance to dive out of the way. He targeted and swerved and hit as many of them as he could. Killed 6 people, injured about 70 more. He has been convicted of first degree murder after representing himself and turning this entire thing into his show trial. It's just been a circus. He represented himself. He continually threatened the judge, the media coverage of this has been interesting to say the least, the media coverage of the Darryl Brooks trial at the outset was almost sympathetic to Daryl Brooks, a black man who ran down about 70 white people.
Ex-Minneapolis cop pleads guilty in George Floyd killing
"Another ex Minneapolis police officer pleads guilty in the George Floyd killing Just as jury selection was about to start a former Minneapolis police officer pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting second degree manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd Jay Alexander king agreed to a deal that calls for three and a half years in prison with prosecutors agreeing to drop a count of aiding and abetting second degree murder He's the second officer to plead guilty to the state charge following Thomas lane a third former cop to tau rejected a plea earlier this year but today agreed to waive a jury trial and accept its stipulated evidence that will eventually have the judge decide whether he's guilty or not I'm Shelley Adler
Michigan teen pleads guilty to killing 4 in school shooting
"A Michigan teen pleads guilty to killing four in a school shooting last year Is it your own choice to plead guilty Yes So 16 year old Ethan crumbley who pleaded guilty to all 24 charges that included terrorism and first degree murder in a Michigan school shooting that killed four students last November Oakland county assistant prosecutor Mark key in court He made the decision after substantial reflection to commit first degree premeditated murder A first degree murder conviction typically brings an automatic life prison sentence in Michigan but teens are entitled to a hearing at which their lawyer can argue for a shorter term I'm Shelley Adler
Man convicted of killing missing California college student
"A man has been convicted in the killing of a missing California college student The last man seen with Kristen's smart has been convicted in her killing the college freshman vanished from a California campus more than 25 years ago A jury found Paul Flores guilty of first degree murder his father Ruben Forrest was found not guilty of being an accomplice for allegedly helping his son Barry smart's body smart is presumed dead and her body remains missing Prosecutors say Paul Flores killed smart while trying to rape her in his dorm room in May 1996 when they were freshmen In March 2021 archeologists working for police found a soil disturbance about the size of a casket at Ruben forest's house and the presence of human blood although the blood was too degraded to extract a DNA sample I'm Lisa dwyer
Fetterman Helped Release Man Convicted of Murdering Elderly Woman
"This is from Fox fetterman helped release man convicted of murdering elderly woman and were hearing more and more about the stuff now More and more Jessica Pennsylvania lieutenant governor and democratic Senate candidate John fetterman cast a crucial vote That led to the release of a man convicted of first degree murder In the 1969 killing of an elderly woman In December fetterman who chairs the Pennsylvania board of pardons voted along with the rest of the board to release Edward silvas Fulfilling the unanimous vote requirement to recommend clemency Democrat governor Tom wolf granted the request on February 15 releasing him from prison This parole board is filled with leftists appointed by the governor The governor is a leftist and of course the lieutenant governor is a Marxist Silva's now 82 was serving a life sentence for the fatal shooting of 87 year old Alice siggins a retired teacher during an attempted robbery in her Armstrong county home on April 12 1969 Murders a woman whose 87 years old like she was some kind of a threat
Joe Biden Has Blood on His Hands
"Came up just a little while ago on Fox News, cut number 7, please. Because he had a political argument with the pedestrian and believe the pedestrian was calling people to come get him. The North Dakota highway patrol is now saying, that was not the case. There was no politics involved here that they have found with evidence. What do you think about this case? What have you learned about it? Well, I'll tell you right now, this is where this driver who in my opinion did commit vegan or manslaughter committed second degree murder by running over this guy. He used a so called Magna defense saying that these guys were extremists on the right. And I'll tell you right now a bill and Dana, Joe Biden got blood on his hand. He has been dividing this country, calling 75 million people ultra maga extremists. And this person who's accused of this crime used that as an affirmative defense to run over someone and leave him there without rendering any help. This is what has happened with Joe Biden basically dividing this country by declaring 75 million Trump supporters supreme extremists and supremacists. I'm going to show you how much media coverage this story got elsewhere, Leo, if everybody can take a look here, guess what? Zilch, nada, zero. Yeah. And even if this excuse by Brandt turns out to be ridiculous and not true, you can imagine that if it had been the reverse, you would have seen a lot more coverage, Leo, last word to you. Yeah, thank you, Dana. It's obvious. The left wing media is basically providing cover for the Democratic Party's hatred towards half of this country. There's zero coverage on this issue is affirmative evidence that they are a shielding the president on this issue where he has divided this country based on hey and trying to divide this country
John Zmirak Remembers the Tragic Story of Jake Gardner
"I'm talking to Johns mirac, John, you're telling us the tragic tragic story of Jake gardiner. This is like, we should be writing novels about this. We should be writing stories. I mean, nonfiction books should hit the bestseller list on the story of Jake gardiner among other things. It's unbelievable. Jake gardiner is what happened. It's like what happened to Kyle rittenhouse with the tragic ending. So Jake Gardner had defended himself against one of the thousands of George Floyd rioters turned loose on America. It was trying to destroy his bar stealing his stuff, attacked his elderly father, and at the moment was trying to choke Jake gardiner to death, Jake shot his attacker. Mobs from Black Lives Matter and antifa terrorized the local prosecutor until they charged Jake gardiner was first degree murder. Which of course is absurd first degree murder involves planning. It involves malice of forethought, but then they did that with Kyle rittenhouse too. When people running after you with guns and screaming kill him, kill him. And you shoot in self defense. That is not first degree murder. That's not that, but anyway, it's not funny because GoFundMe shut down his fundraiser. He had been raising tens of thousands of dollars to hire a lawyer. So here he is, he has no attorney. He has no money. He has no income and his city has turned against him and is calling him a racist killer. So Jake gardiner book his own life. And two years ago, his best friend found his body. And has ever since tried to tell his story.
John Fetterman Backtracks on His Criminal Reform Stance
"In 2019, fetterman had two reports commissioned about the 1166 people in Pennsylvania serving life without parole for second degree murder. He said during a press conference, I hope it could lead to a conversation that would free close to 1200 people of a legacy that never made sense. Now, two months later, fetterman said freeing second degree murderers serving life sentences would provide a massive savings for taxpayers. Adding mercy must be a partner to justice. So you understand, fetterman flat out wants to free hundreds and hundreds of convicted murderers serving life in prison without the possibility of parole. He wants them to be released. This week, however, a fetterman spokesperson told Fox News that's being taken out of context. The nominee does not support freeing all convicts serving life without parole for second degree murder. Fetterman's campaign said the candidate supports common sense criminal justice reforms that keep pennsylvanians safe and protected while saving taxpayers money.
"first degree murder" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In case valid through a 25 2020 twos he turns in conditions that apply. A man's been charged with racing his car through a group of people outside a well-known gay bar in the south shore neighborhood earlier this month, killing three and injuring a fourth. 34 year old tavis Dunbar was charged today with recounts of first degree murder and one count of attempted murder at week after he struck the men as they fought outside the Jeffrey pub at 70, 41 south Jeffrey boulevard on August 14th. The incident was captured by several videos and showed one of the victims being hurled through the air. Dunbar was taken into custody yesterday after his attorney contacted police and arranged for his surrender. He has previously violated parole and had two orders of protection against him. Voters from three states are heading to the polls today to determine who will face each other in various midterm races in November. In Florida, voters will pick one of two Democrats who hopes to take on Ron DeSantis this fall for governor. Former Florida governor Charlie Crist now a Democrat switched parties a decade ago is up against Nikki freed the current agriculture commissioner. There is talks surrounding desantis in a run for The White House. City council members in aurora are set to vote on establishing a LGBTQ advisory board. The approval would make or be historic, that is. That's what Clayton Muhammad director of communications for the city of aurora tells ABC 7. This board will be that voice that voice for the LGBTQ community for programs for educational opportunities for awareness opportunities and to help plan events and Pride Month, but then all throughout the years. WLS news time is 1232
"first degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Cremo the third is formally charged with 7 counts of first degree murder after allegedly opening fire on the highland park 4th of July parade. Lake county states attorney Eric Reinhart. Today, the Lake county state's attorney's office has charged Robert cremo the third with 7 counts of first degree murder. For the killing spree that he has unleashed against our community. These are just the first of many charges that will be filed against mister cremo. Crema will be in boncourt today. The state's attorney says they will ask a judge to keep him behind bars for the rest of his life with no option of parole. Criminal was known to have posted online messages that contain violence and vengeance, so could police have done something if they knew about those videos to Paul university professor and terrorism analyst toma tells WGN that there's no way for them to monitor all the social media platforms. I think it really falls to family friends and people in the community you know and which is why red flag laws can be helpful that if we can find a way for people to go to the police and say this individual should not have a firearm. Mccabe says that by the time police are aware of the messages, it's usually too late. Governor pritzker issued a disaster proclamation for Lake county. This will allow the state to further assist highland park and Lake county officials with more resources, personnel and any necessary equipment. The proclamation will be in effect for the next 30 days. Three people are now facing charges for allegedly attacking Chicago police squad cars in the loop. Officers identified Giovanni aru yeah Cruz Roman and Guillermo moto junior as the young men who tossed fireworks at police vehicles at Columbus and whacker early Monday morning. Witnesses say other attackers kicked the officer's cars, went back up arrived, everyone ran off. So far, no word of any injuries. Authorities are investigating an attack on an Illinois state troopers vehicle
"first degree murder" Discussed on WTOP
"County police are the latest law enforcement department in our region that will soon be wearing body cameras The county has just received body cameras to outfit 300 police officers And the department's installing equipment and patrol cars to enable the technology They're also putting in the support gear thanks for docking charging downloading videos the department plans to begin training on the new equipment next month A sentence has come down for a Montgomery county man who murdered his wife in 2018 34 year old ruel dempster the second pleaded guilty to first degree murder back in November for the depth of 34 year old Alice Dennis Now he's learned that he will spend at least 40 years in prison Dennis's body was discovered in their home and he was arrested in Mexico a few weeks after the killing Prosecutors believe dempster who already had a lengthy criminal record killed Dennis as part of a domestic dispute They say he then fled to Mexico Dennis was also the mother of his children At the time of the murder dempster was on federal probation for a 2015 gun conviction Acacia James WTO P news D.C. police detectives want to catch the guys who assaulted a special police officer last night punching and kicking him when he tried to remove them from a store in the 3000 block of naylor road southeast Surveillance cameras captured the images of the three suspects who also climbed to top the police officer's car stomped on it before pointing a gun at the officer and then leaving the scene The prince George's county council has signed off on a $5 million pledge for a new facility for the warm nights shelter program Warm nights was generally 50 people in a big room in the church basement on a 6 inches from the next person Tim Janssen is the head of community crisis services which runs the warm nights program in prince George's county going forward he says that type of congregate sheltering just won't work The money coming from the county will help fund a new permanent facility likely an old motel he says it gives that individual space for the least amount of money real Janssen says he'll also be looking for what's considered an appropriate area which is anywhere that would be close to things people need Grocery stores transportation so they can get to work John dome in WTO He news Stay with us coming up duke and UNC battling it out to reach the NCAA championship We'll have an update ten 13 The IRS finally caught up with Louis I hadn't paid my taxes in 8 years I owe the IRS a lot of money Louis was in deep trouble We're.
"first degree murder" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Let me ask you, I never understood this and quite honestly, we did a Kyle rittenhouse story 6 months ago talking about how I don't understand how these charges can be. What is he charged with first degree murder? That's right, two counts. How is that possible? It's an altercation. I mean, first degree murder is where you're like, I'm going to murder this person and go to their home with, you know, not some sort of bar fight going wrong. Yeah, so you're right, actually, that would be what you're talking about would potentially be either voluntary manslaughter. Yeah, that's what I never understood about this. War second degree murder because it was more indiscriminate. What they're saying is that the prosecution's argument is, is that Kyle rittenhouse brought his gun because he intended to murder these VLM protesters and that he had a vengeful intent. Now, what's interesting to me is that the prosecution just a few minutes ago before I came on the show, just rested in this case after about a week and a half of testimony. They did not present a single shred of evidence. The Kyle rittenhouse showed up with intend to hurt anyone. But this is what I can understand is that the judge, the pretrial arguments because this is just you have months to submit, you know, motions to dismiss. You're trying to tell me no one looked at this and say, wait a second. You're charging a guy who got in an altercation was, by the way, the guy that Kyle rittenhouse killed in self defense was like a child rapist or something, right? He was like a child pedophile or something? Is that right? Multiple count child rapists and honestly the I'm not saying he deserves to die because of it, but let's just details of those Kate that case if anyone wants to see it, it's absolutely. This is not Gandhi, okay? What is actually relevant? What's actually relevant to this is that he had just been released from a hospital where he was being held on a psychiatric hold, and we're told that he's been on and off anti psychotic medication, including seroquel. If anybody knows anyone who's been on that spectrum or takes that type of medication, this is very, very powerful medication. I think he killed him, right? He's dead? Is that right? He's dead, yes. Okay. But throughout this whole process, I failed to understand how this could possibly be presented in premeditated terms. And I thought to myself, maybe they have text messages of Kyle saying something with intent, maybe they have there's no such evidence,
"first degree murder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Eight a.m. Just listen for the key word and text it to 70123 Get your payroll payout just for listening to Wdbo 173 FM Am 5 80. Nothing like starting that labor day with 1000 bucks. Good morning. I'm Kevin Ray fuse. Probably the last thing they want to hear on their Labor day. Flash Flood watches are in place today for parts of Louisiana, including New Orleans, the Huma area, which, of course have been dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ida so plenty of power outages as are there as well. And like we said, the last thing they need is more rain will be keeping an eye on that at 6 18 on Orlando's Morning news. I'm Dave all an elderly woman in Pine Hills now faces charges after deputies say she stabbed her roommate to death, They say over the weekend, 79 year old Thelma Atterbury got into a fight with her roommate at their home on Hastings Street. When deputies got there, they found another woman with multiple stab wounds. Victim later died at the hospital, and Atteberry faces first degree murder charges. Judge in South Florida has laid down some rules for both prosecutors and witnesses during the upcoming trial for the accused Parkland school shooter. Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer says that while it's impossible to come up with a complete list, those who address Nicholas Cruz are forbidden to use derogatory terms like animal or that thing, however, she says terms like shooter, killer or massacre are terms that are legitimate and are not derogatory. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Cruz. But a trial date has not yet been set. Daniel Vargas Wdbo, one of 73 FM, and am 5, 80 last day of the holiday weekend, but there still could be lots of cops watching out for wayward drivers. Traditionally, cops can always count on finding drunken drivers and boaters out celebrating Labor Day irresponsibly. It's become common practice here in Orange County for the sheriff's office to prepare for this, making partnerships with police departments throughout the region for an annual joint operation to educate people and to separate Impaired drivers from their keys. So if you see extra cops when you're out and about chances are that's a DUI patrol. Brandon Hogan, Wdbo 173 FM and AM 5 80 Marketing's been on 800.2. I feel like every time I've been listening to Spotify this weekend, I've I've been getting ads basically saying that, you know, I don't drive drunk or if you drive high, you also get a d u I so Definitely a good idea. Make sure you are not driving impaired on the roads. It is definitely not worth it. It's 6 19 here on Orlando's Morning news, Not about start to your Labor day a week at all. Of course it is Monday. We've got to get you ready for the work weekend..
"first degree murder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And a house coat. That's it. My purse. It was her dream to retire to Champlain Towers south, and she's determined to rebuild her life in Surfside. Coming up Tropical Storm Elsa is in our rear view mirror. But we'll tell you about some of the damage that left behind here in Florida as well as Georgia. That story next on Orlando's morning news. This is video where Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic. Breezy, humid with scattered showers or storms possible at any point in the day, morning, afternoon and evening. More of an afternoon storm patterns starting on Friday from Channel nine Eyewitness news meteorologist George Walden Burger. He still got delays on I 40 westbound for 4 36 to Lee Road from the Wdbo Triple Team Traffic Center. I'm Ed 20 Thursday morning. It's 8 33. Now I'm Scott Inez. Thanks so much for joining us for Orlando's Morning news on Wdbo one. Oh 73 FM and am 5 80. Orlando's news and talk I'm recap Uto and I'm Marcia Taylor. One person is dead after also moved across the west coast of Florida. The Jacksonville Fire Department says he died when a tree fell and hit two cars during the heavy rain and wind gusts. Meantime, meanwhile, roughly 10 people were hurt after potential tornado hit in Camden County, Georgia. These outer bands are lashing up the East Coast and they have already proven they have the potential to cause tornadoes. So from Myrtle Beach up through, say, Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, I want you to be on alert. As those move north North Carolina the outer banks through Virginia need to watch out. You'll likely see Tornado watches extend northward and those tropical storm warnings. Now go from Long Beach, New York all the way through Long Island, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and even Boston. So we've finally done with Elsa by the time we reached Friday night. It's been It's been 10 years to the week that Casey Anthony was acquitted on first degree murder charges that happened on July 5th 2011 with the nation watching. Anthony was convicted on four counts of providing false information to lawman. She was sentenced yet she was freed less than two weeks after the verdict due to credit for time already served for good behavior. Lawyer in one time, nemesis of former President Donald Trump faces sentencing in Manhattan federal court today. Michael Libonati sought to enrich himself, federal prosecutors said by weaponizing his public profile in an attempt to extort a publicly traded company out of tens of millions of dollars. They've asked the judge to sentence have been added to a very substantial prison term. The defense said He deserves no more than six months because he has been openly mocked by former President Trump and has suffered enough. Vanity attempted to extort at least $15 million from Nike or else he threatened to use his media influence to damage the brand. He faces separate.
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"first degree murder" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Sheriff's office that a trafficking amount of both fentanyl and crystal meth were located inside their vehicle. Marty reportedly admitted to Detective he sold the male victim fentanyl on the night of his overdose. He also told detectives Hannah was his supplier Marty Hand were both arrested Monday and charged with two counts of first degree murder. Okay, now, from the way this reads they were buying fentanyl. I'm just taking fentanyl. If that is the case, then I would say I don't know if these people would be charged with murder should be charged with murder, right? If you're just taking straight fentanyl, and it's laced with fentanyl. You knew what you were getting. Yeah. Unless the guy thought he was getting meth and you laced with fentanyl, which I think friend those kind of a downer in methods and upper so I wouldn't want to. You know, they say you got to get up to get down, but not like that. If the people knew they were buying fentanyl and then died from federal very bad charged the people for selling fentanyl, but at some point if you buy a drug from somebody and put it in your body Think charging that person with your murder first degree murder. Seems like one step too far. So I don't know if we're ever going to get answers on where Cove it started. And how it all came to be and how it landed here. But the Who? Yes. The Who? The world health? Yeah. The World Health organization. Has been supposedly doing some sort of infant vested Gatien into where coveted came from, and they're now saying the theory that Cove it leaked from a lab is not true and shouldn't be looked into any further..
"first degree murder" Discussed on KOMO
"Morning when he had out with Tacoma, P. D says they got a call just after two about a shooting at 36th and East McKinley Avenue when officers arrived. They found Three victims. One was unresponsive. They immediately started life saving measures to coma fire. Medics did declare that subject deceased on scene. Two other victims were located female with a non life threatening injury that was transported to a local hospital. And the male with a serious injuries. It was transported to a local hospital. Ah, fourth victim was dropped off at a local hospital in a private vehicle. Apparently the shooting occurred at an after hours club in the building that police had responded to before. Authorities have announced. The sixth Seattle police officer is now under investigation after reporting they were in Washington D. C during the violent U. S. Capitol insurrection. The Seattle Police Department says the officer self reported being there Least did not say when the officer made the report. The Office of Police Accountability began investigating to Seattle officers after photos on social media showed them in D. C on January. 6th officers were told at that time to report to the supervisors if they had also been there. The watchdog group is investigating to determine whether the officers engaged in any illegal activities or violated any department policies. An update on the man who stole a car at gunpoint from a gas station in Seattle's Greenwood neighborhood before taking beliefs on a high speed chase through downtown Seattle. 47 year old Leonardo Ortega now faces charges in comas, Jonathan Show talk to the son of Philip Sam, the man Ortega carjacked, Authorities say Ortega proceeded to take officers on a car chase with speeds reaching up the 75 MPH on city streets during the morning commute, ending with a huge crash several miles away at the corner of Broad Street. Gonna last it away or take. It was immediately arrested. Salmon son says his dad was not hurt during this Carjacking but was a bit rattled. He's doing good recovering. He shook it off and kind of said he's glad it happened to him. Instead of one of the other employees. Ortega waived his right to appear in court for his bail hearing. He's facing multiple charges, including motor vehicle theft and evading police and will remain behind bars until he faces a judge again. That's Cuomo's Jonathan Chou. Reporting and bail is set at $2 million for Mohammed Abdi. He's charged with first degree murder and first degree arson. Abdi waived his right to appear in court on Friday. Prosecutors say he set fire to his own house and south Seattle late last month while his family was sleeping inside. His 15 year old son was rescued from the fire, but later died from smoke inhalation. After you said to appear in court later this month, where he's expected to enter a plea. Let's get a traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Clear the collusion on south bound five near the Nisqually River Bridge and the slowdown that was behind that is starting to clear out as well. Meanwhile, report of a collision in Seattle at Northeast one 25th Street and 35th Avenue Northeast also reported a collision on 15th Avenue and East Union Street. And we have traction tires advised on Snoqualmie Stevenson White passes and lastly, westbound 5 20 closed across Lake Washington for road Ward. I make school traffic is at 6 44. The Comeau forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. Help. Your weekend is going well. We're dealing with gusty weather around western Washington, a wind advisory hoisted for Puget Sound Northwest interior as well as the San Juans. This is due to the continued possibility for Gus up.
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"On city streets during the morning commute, ending with a huge crash several miles away at the corner of Broad Street. Alaskan way or take. It was immediately arrested. Salmon son says his dad was not hurt during this Carjacking but was a bit rattled. He's doing good recover, and he shook it off and kind of said he's glad it happened to him. Instead of only one of the other employees. Ortega waived his right to appear in court for his bail hearing. He's facing multiple charges, including motor vehicle theft and evading police and will remain behind bars until he faces a judge again. That's Cuomo's Jonathan Chou. Reporting and bail is set at $2 million for Mohammed Abdi. He's charged with first degree murder and first degree arson. Abdi waived his right to appear in court on Friday. Prosecutors say he set fire to his own house and south Seattle late last month while his family was sleeping inside. His 15 year old son was rescued from the fire, but later died from smoke inhalation. After you said to appear in court later this month, where he's expected to enter a plea. Let's get a traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. South bound I five year than a swell the river bridge. There's a collision blocking the Wrights lane traffic backing up good deal right behind that towards the north End of this quality river bridge from there. Meanwhile, East Excuse me westbound 5 20 closed across Lake Washington from 92nd over to about Montlake or so or has seen a little bit of hesitation still on West meant I 90 just before the eye five exits. And a little bit of hesitation on eastbound an idea. Mercer Island Our next couple traffic is at 5 44 Comeau forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. Help. Your weekend is going well. We're dealing with gusty weather around western Washington,.
"first degree murder" Discussed on WTOP
"Call centers. It's 10 41, a 24 year old man is charged with first degree murder after a deadly assault in Wheaton last night. It was just after 9 30 when Montgomery County police responded to an apartment on gears Mill Road near Connecticut Avenue. That's where they found a dead man with an apparent knife injury to his neck. The suspect, Jose, Laura Shit, Cone was in the apartment when police arrived and taken into custody, detective say, For reasons still under investigation, the suspect assaulted the victim with a baseball bat and a knife. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Montgomery County police major crimes division, parents and leaders in Montgomery County remained focused on keeping kids safe on the roads. Today, they talked about what's being done during the vision zero virtual conference busy roads across the county, where the center of the conversation when it comes to making sure kids make it to school safely. Leon Langley is the assistant director of transportation for Montgomery County Public schools and says they're currently putting in a new rounding program and evaluating bus stops. Things like major highways. Can we move the stops? Is it possible feasible and safe? We've taken this time. I feel very confident Lee to relook at our safety. Most of all, parents say accountability has been their biggest concern. The core bills was one of them. You not give up. Be the loudest voice in the room because they will listen. Langley says Anyone with concerns should contact his office. Melissa how old w T O P. NIS, Maryland, lawmakers of the state and the county level are looking to regulate so called ghost guns in Montgomery County Police chief Marcus Jones says his department is seeing a growing number of ghost guns. Firearms that you can make from a kid around a three d printer but can't be traced because they don't have serial numbers County Council member gave Albert knows M CPD is briefed us that these weapons have become popular among gangs, Albert knows is introducing a bill to impose restrictions on the sale, manufacture or possession of ghost guns within 100 yards of a place of public assembly. His bill would also bar there manufacturer in the presence of a minor in Annapolis. State delegate Lesley Lopez is proposing a bill It would also regulate the firearms but not banned them, and it still provides hobbyists a chance to do what is, you know a constitutional right Kate Ryan. W. T. O P. News. It was the third largest lottery prize in U. S history, and someone in Michigan bought the winning ticket for that more than $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot. It was so good at Kroger Grocery store in Nobody knew Detroit. The winning numbers were 4 26 40 to 50 60 and the mega ball too. 24. As for who won Michigan Lottery spokesman Jake Harris. I wouldn't be surprised if the winning ticket holder held on to that ticket for a little bit, got their affairs in order and put together a financial plan and then reached out to contact us. As for all the losers, you know for everybody that didn't win and is going all shucks. You know it, Z It's fun to buy a ticket and still have that dream of winning the billion dollars and for a lot of people that Zlata fun, too, but not as far as winning a billion dollars. Of course you have to pay taxes, but that still leaves you with quite a bit of money. I'm Julie Walker still ahead on w T O P Virginians eligible for Corona virus vaccines are facing delays. Sports is next. It's 10 44. That benefit. That's a fact have been. That's a fact. Credit card purchases. Give me cash back purchases. Give me cash back. No one else gets these reboard fashion that is just playing us.
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"Now in Washington. A man is under arrest for a murder in Weeden. Police say 24 year old Jose Laura to comb allegedly attacked another man with a baseball bat and a knife cutting his throat. It happen about 9 30 last night in the 12,000 block of veer There's Mill Road. The victim's name is not been released. Police say the two did know each other lodge Your own, is charged with first degree murder and the victim and the victim were acquaintances and Northern Virginia company says it helped police closed dozens of cold cases over the country last year. Para Bond Nano Labs arrested based company that analyzes DNA's says it helps all 50 cold cases for police departments around the country in 2020, Typically these air very violent crimes that have not Been able to be solved because that person has he either died or has managed not to commit another crime that would get them into a D. N a database. Ellen Great tax the director of bioinformatics a Para bon. These tend to be people who did not have a knob Pius motive. Weren't you know a close associate of the victim? That's why they haven't been found. Para bonds able to work with microscopic amounts of DNI to help point police departments in the right direction towards identifying suspects were victims. The average He said Help solve was more than 25 years old John Doman. W T O P NEWS. It's 7 42. What is racial Equity have to do with the manufacturer of firearms in your home to lawmakers in Maryland are explaining. Montgomery County Council member gave up our nose and Maryland state delegate Lesley Lopez are proposing restrictions on so called ghost guns. Firearms that can be made at home and don't have serial numbers. Both say there's a racial equity component to their bills. Lopez explains. We're seeing the victims of these types of guns from communities of color. You know, The proposals are different and orange outright bands, but both do impose new restrictions. Why the need for county legislation If Lopez is bill is being considered in Annapolis Bernal's explains. We're viewing. This is the 12 punch. And while they are cautiously optimistic that this bill will pass this time around, I think the county can't afford to wait. Kate Ryan w T. O P knew the Corona virus vaccine shortage in Virginia is getting worse this week, Virginia asked for 300,000 doses of vaccine but on Lee received about 106,000 and the Commonwealth has started distributing it to individual communities based on population. For instance, Program County again a popular count. But they're only going to get about 6000 doses a week. Dr. Danny Avila is leading Virginia's vaccination effort really important for everybody to understand that there is not a lot of new vaccine coming into the state, he expected to take 2 to 3 months to get everyone in the.
"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"A man convicted of first degree murder will no longer face a death sentence after an appeals court ruled the state of Oklahoma can't prosecute him. This isn't a story about who Patrick Murphy killed. It's about where he did it. Patrick Murphy says the state can't prosecute him because the murder happened on his tribe's reservation. Oklahoma argues that reservation no longer exists. Every tribe has 70. And this is not given to us. It's within us. My name is Rebecca Neagle. And I'm a citizen of Cherokee Nation in this podcast. We're going to go way back. To the trail of tears. The story of how my people came to Oklahoma to the story of my family. The treaty they signed and why they were killed for our land. This case has involved mistakes on the agent who was in charge of it somehow just got Location wrong by about a mile and a half or so there was pressure from boiling gas interests in Oklahoma that encouraged them to intervene quickly. But for the people of my tribe and the four other tribes in Oklahoma, this case has never been about any of that. It's about our survival. We're still here. It's very important assets of people that we, you know, have our reservation boundaries that ties us to who we are are they're going to stick with their principles. Subscribe to this land wherever you listen to podcasts, Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts,.
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"Man being held without bail on two counts of first degree murder. Police say Timothy Mc Weston confessed to killing a Lincoln couple yesterday. Kimberly Dupri found dead in her home on Main Street by police officers, responding to a call of a possible disturbance marked a pre later died at Rhode Island Hospital, with nine more coronavirus deaths reported today. The number of people have died in Rhode Island, now a 2000 and five They're also 1057 new cases bring the total over 104,403 184 virus related hospitalizations, Roland, I'm not prepared to expand coronavirus vaccinations to everyone over the age of 65. That's because of limited supply. Department of Health spokesman Dr Phil Chan says It's his hope the federal government will increase the supply. In the meantime, he says, wouldn't be responsible to create a demand the state cannot accommodate. Rhode Islanders being warned about a scam involving an automated message alleging to be from national grid. It tells consumers they owe on their account and the power will be shut off. Within 40 minutes of they don't immediately make a payment using the number provided. Attorney General Noronha says. These types of calls have increased during the Corona virus. Pandemic. Get news 24 7 on demand at news radio ri dot com. Even more troops for the nation's capital. On Lisa Brady. Fox News 25,000 National Guard troops now authorized in the security escalation ahead of next week's inauguration. This as more people now face charges in the probe of last week storming of the halls of the Capitol building. Fox is going all Scott Has more live well, if acting U. D. C U. S Attorney Michael Sherwin says dozens of charges are being pursued in the wake of last week's preach to include violence outside the capital and also on the Capitol grounds and also inside the Capitol. Sherwin says that comes with a number of detainees who are cooperating not only turned themselves in, but to provide information about others. FBI and 80. F. Officials also say they're working with local partners and the National Guard to win. Or a smooth transition on Wednesday, free from the violence of last week. Lisa thanks, Colonel. The FBI says nearly 300 suspects identified so far in court documents. Some of them are accused of possibly plotting to capture and assassinate lawmakers. But federal prosecutors say at this point, there's no direct evidence of that. Two days after the House impeached President Trump over the Capitol attack. Still no word on the timing of a Senate trial right now. Managers air solemnly and prayerfully preparing For the trial. Which they will take to the Senate. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi isn't saying when shall send over the article of impeachment, which triggers the trial, But it's likely to be after President Trump is out of office President elect Biden pledging to move heaven and Earth to speed up covert vaccinations tweeting this afternoon about allowing more people to get vaccinated, creating more places for it. Number of lives lost in the U. S. Has just crossed 390,000 over two million.
"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A man convicted of first degree murder will no longer face a death sentence after an appeals court ruled the state of Oklahoma can't prosecute him. This isn't a story about who Patrick Murphy killed. It's about where he did it. Patrick Murphy says the state can't prosecute him because the murder happened on his tribe's reservation. Oklahoma argues that reservation no longer exists. Every tribe has 70. And this is not given to us. It's within us. My name is Rebecca Nagel and I'm a citizen of Cherokee Nation in this podcast. We're going to go way back to the trail of tears. The story of how my people came to Oklahoma to the story of my family. The treaty they signed and why they were killed for our land. This case has involved mistakes on the agent who was in charge of it somehow just got The location wrong by about a mile and a half or so there was pressure from whaling gas interest in Oklahoma that encouraged them to intervene quickly. But for the people of my tribe and the four other tribes in Oklahoma, this case has never been about any of that. It's about our survival. We're still here. It's very important houses of people that we No, I have our resident 6 52 is what we got here, and Chuck has the traffic We're looking and not bad at all out there from the UC how traffic center that you see Health Weight loss center offers solutions for life change in weight loss visit. You see how that counts. Last weight loss to take the next step crews have cleared the wreck on Glen Will's way at Glen Way, North bound 75. Right now, that's wide open out of Erlanger into downtown, Um, less than 10 minutes and no major timeto lays on Columbia Parkway, taking the Over your traffic from the riverside Drive closer between Commons and Delta. Jack Ingram News radio 700 WLW. This report is sponsored by Wendy's Breakfast. Bacon Ater Anytime of the day is Bacon ater Time. Bacon eight in the A..