35 Burst results for "First Degree Murder"

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 8 hrs ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in

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Florida massacre families to get millions for FBI's inaction

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Florida massacre families to get millions for FBI's inaction

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting families of the Florida school massacre settled their lawsuit against the FBI sixteen of the seventeen families of those killed in the twenty eighteen massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida have settled their lawsuit against the federal government the family sued over the FBI's failure to investigate a tip received about a month before the massacre saying former Stoneman Douglas student Nikolas Cruz had bought guns and plan to slip into a school and start shooting the place up a person familiar with the deal said the government will pay the families one hundred twenty seven point five million dollars overall the seventeenth family chose not to sue Cruz who's now twenty three pleaded guilty last month to seventeen counts of first degree murder hi Mike Rossio

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Why Is Kyle Rittenhouse Charged With First-Degree Murder?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Is Kyle Rittenhouse Charged With First-Degree Murder?

"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,

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 2 teenagers charged in death of high school teacher

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

2 teenagers charged in death of high school teacher

"Mike Rossi a reporting hearings are set for to Iowa's students charged in the teacher's death court hearings are set for next week for two Iowa sixteen year olds charged with murder in the death of a high school Spanish teacher investigators say sixty six year old no humor Graber was reported missing Tuesday remains were found at a park later that day court filing stated Graber suffered inflicted trauma to the head and her body had been concealed Willard noble chain Miller and Jeremy Everett good deal were charged as adults with first degree murder as well as conspiracy to commit a forcible felony according to court documents police received a tip the Goodale posted details on social media about planning a killing and a possible motive documents also said Miller admitted to being at the park and helping conceal Graber's death hi

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Florida school massacre families settle suit with district

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Florida school massacre families settle suit with district

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting families reach a settlement with the Florida school district in a twenty eighteen high school massacre fifty two families of people either killed wounded or traumatized in the twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida have reached the twenty five million dollar settlement with Broward county school district the settlement was reached in a lawsuit that accused the school district of negligence David Brill an attorney representing the families confirmed the settlement first reported by the South Florida sun Sentinel fourteen students and three staff members were killed in the attack last week attorneys representing Nicolas Cruz said Cruz will plead guilty Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder and seventeen counts of attempted murder hi Mike Rossio

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Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

"The lawyers for accused Florida school shooter Nicolas Cruz said he plans to plead guilty to the twenty eighteen massacre the guilty plea for accused Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz would set up a penalty phase where the twenty three year old would be fighting against the death penalty in hoping for life without parole attorneys told the judge that cruise plans to plead guilty next Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder in the February twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school the police will come with no conditions and prosecutors still plan to seek the death penalty that will be decided by a jury but that trial has not yet been scheduled I surely outlier

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Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant

"Bless you. Agnes give on you welcome back in studio. Thank you my pleasure so tell us what brought you here. What's the event that's occurring right now. I'm here with fair. they have. they're holding an event. Called few to fire were several injure families angel moms and dads are having interviews to tell their story and as you know dr gorka my son ronald was not the only murder victim. So let's watch hold it up a little bit higher. We've got video feed as well so your here. You are fighting the good fight because of people like ronald desilva. We'll show the other photographs in a moment in a moment. Talked to those who are not familiar with with your story tell. The story of ronald ronald was murdered by previously deported. Criminal illegal alien. Who had a long history of arrests and he was deported and came back to the united states got arrested and the judge did nothing other than sentenced him to three weeks in jail and released him on probation in about a year later he murdered my son he intended to shoot someone else and unfortunately got my son. What happened to this individual. Who killed your son ronald immediately. He fled to mexico and The police found out that his girlfriend was depositing her welfare check at the credit union. In omani where my husband was deputy chief of police and so they would were threatening to take cook children away if she didn't tell him to come back so eventually the second time they went down to pick him up. He turned himself in the second. The second time and was sentenced unfortunately by very liberal judge and la county who pleaded with him to take a plea bargain from first or second degree murder down voluntary

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Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former Minneapolis police officer's murder verdict has been reversed in an Australian woman's death the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the third degree murder conviction Wednesday of a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman in twenty seventeen while responding to her nine one one call the Supreme Court said the charge of third degree murder or depraved murder against Mohammed nor did not fit the circumstances of the case nor was convicted of third degree murder and the second degree manslaughter in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond the ruling means the murder conviction will be overturned and nor will be sentenced on the manslaughter count with more than twenty eight months served if the manslaughter sentences the presumptive for years he could be eligible for supervised release around the end of this year hi Mike Rossio

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Man Gets Life Sentence in 2018 Killing of Mollie Tibbetts

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Man Gets Life Sentence in 2018 Killing of Mollie Tibbetts

"A man was sentenced to life in prison for the twenty eighteen killing of a university of Iowa student Christian Bena Rivera had claimed others were responsible you well forever changed the lives of those who love politics Jim it's disappeared while on an evening run in her small hometown but Hannah Rivera testified to masked man kidnapped him from his trailer at gun point and made him drive well they attacked Tibbetts judge Joel Yates explained a first degree murder conviction means an automatic life sentence I selected this particular sentence for you after considering the nature of the offence committed by you the harm to the victim and the victim's family there is no death penalty in Iowa the defense plans to appeal I'm at Donahue

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Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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Fallen Officer Ella French Helped Save Life of Infant Wounded in Shooting

WGN Programming

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Fallen Officer Ella French Helped Save Life of Infant Wounded in Shooting

"We're learning more about L. A French, the Chicago police officer who was shot and killed Saturday night on July 1st. He had a big impact on an Inglewood family when their toddler was wounded in the mass shooting. WGN's Mike Low French was the reason the baby survived the 29 year old officer without hesitation. Rushed the baby and her mother to the hospital in her squad car. What did your sister say? That officer French was telling her that everything will be okay. We got this together. Don't panic because I was panicking, So she's like everything's gonna be okay. I got some. That's Charles Mackenzie and his sister was the woman in the squad with Officer French of French, McKenzie says she cares a lot about the community and she loved the people inside the community. Judge tonight Bond for two brothers charged in the death of L. A French alleged shooter. Monte Morgan faces several charges, including first degree murder. Eric Morgan faces weapons charges. Both brothers were on parole when they were pulled over for an expired license plate. Prosecutors say Amanti shot Officer L, a French and her partner during a struggle that began after he refused to put down his drink and cell phone. French is partner was shot three times and has a bullet lodged in his brain. He underwent surgery Tuesday and remains in critical condition.

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Coaches Charged With Murder in Heat Death of Georgia Student

Word on the Street

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Coaches Charged With Murder in Heat Death of Georgia Student

"To Clayton County coaches now face murder charges in the 2019 heat stroke death of a student athlete, so we think it's a good thing generally that, um they were indicted, says the attorney for Amani Bell's family to WSB Upon learning of the indictment against coaches LaRosa, Maria Walker, US CARRY and White Palmer. The two coaches face second degree murder, second degree cruelty. The Children. And involuntary manslaughter charges. Grand jury calls the two responsible for conducting training in dangerous heat, resulting the death of the elite Scholars Academy basketball player in August 2019 family attorney Justin Miller. There are other people who did things or who were negligent, who need to kind of face some kind of justice for what they did. Edgar trinkets 95.5 WSB

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Brothers Charged in Fatal Shooting of Chicago Police Officer Held Without Bond

Chicago's Afternoon News

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Brothers Charged in Fatal Shooting of Chicago Police Officer Held Without Bond

"Brothers charged in the fatal shooting of Chicago police Officer L. A French were ordered held without bond in court today. French was killed Saturday night when she and her partner and an additional officer conducted a traffic stop in West Englewood. 21 year old Monty Morgan is charged with first degree murder of a peace officer. 22 year old Eric Morgan is charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful use of a weapon by felon and obstruction of justice, police say Monday pulled the trigger, and Eric was the driver, Senator Dick Durbin calls the shooting tragic. We have tragic losses. Sadly, every week in the city, Chicago from gun violence, and I don't want to diminish those. I just want to say that We're paying special attention to this officer at this moment. Durban was on the Senate floor earlier today to discuss officer French and to fight for action against Straw purchasing of guns. The mother of the two Morgan Brothers is now also in police custody. Sources tell WGN investigates the woman caused a disturbance at Christ Hospital in Oakland around 10 A.m. when she was refused access to her son in Monte Who is hospitalized but in police

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An Interview With Clara Harris, the Woman Who Killed Her Husband

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

01:57 min | 3 months ago

An Interview With Clara Harris, the Woman Who Killed Her Husband

"Clara harris was born in columbia south america. In her twenties she moved to houston texas where she built her own. American dream clara became a successful dentist even won a beauty contest but says her greatest achievement was marrying the love of her life. David harris a charming attractive orthodontist clara and david launched a booming dental practice together. They had beautiful twin boys a gorgeous mansion and what seemed like a loving 10-year-marriage but in an instant clara's fairytale life was shattered. David confessed. He was having an affair with his office. Receptions eight days later. David was dead. Accent and clara was charged with first degree murder. Guilty of myrtle is george jury found her guilty and clara was sentenced to twenty years in prison so for the first time. Clara harris is telling her side of the story. She says it's what the prosecutors and the media did not want you to hear you get to be the judge clara harris vicious murderer or a deceived wife who snapped for the past two years. She's been locked up in maximum security at the mountain view correctional center and gatesville texas. That is where. I went to see her for this one on one interview. Tell me about the day. What was going on in your life when your husband told you that he was having an affair with the funny thing is that he didn't want to tell me they office ladies his office ladies had confronted him they have seen these going on for three months in they had enough. They said we cannot keep working with him. And he's doing this. You know big didn't say the lady that he was. That lady was jailed. Bridges a thirty nine year old divorcee and mother of three gail had recently been hired to work as a receptionist in one of david and clara's into offices

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Lori Vallow Indicted in 2019 Killing of Her Fourth Husband

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:55 min | 5 months ago

Lori Vallow Indicted in 2019 Killing of Her Fourth Husband

"Mom from Idaho, facing new charges. Here's a B CS Marcus more the 48 year old awaiting trial for the death of her two Children. Has now been charged with conspiracy to commit first degree murder in the death of her former husband, Charles. Val. Oh, in 2019, Laurie balance now deceased brother Alex Cox killed Charles value in what was originally ruled as self defense. Police warned. Body camera shows officers responding to the scene even speaking with Lori that day, prosecutors are now alleging that Val Oh quote Agreed with Alexander Cox that at least one of them or another would engage in conduct constituting the offense of first degree murder. I can't get in touch with US kids roughly six months earlier body camera video obtained exclusively by ABC News. Chose Charles valid, telling police that his wife had lost touch with reality. Telling the officers that she threatened to kill him, he said. I can murder you. I will kill you because you're not Charles and nobody will care. Lori and her current husband, Chad Gable, are already facing first degree murder charges in the death of Lorries. Two Children, JJ entirely Miss Day Bell is present here. Glory and Chad Gable also charged with murder in the death of Chad's former wife, Tammy. All five deaths close to the couple happening. Within months of JJ and Tyler's disappearance and death. The couple have maintained their innocence. Glory briefly appeared in court via Zoom last month. Her attorney has argued that she is not fit to stand trial in documents filed by her attorney stating, quote Completed assessment determined that at this time the defendant is not competent to proceed and recommends restorative treatment. Chad Day Bill later pleading not guilty, Mr Day Bell. Can you hear me? Okay. Yes, And in a separate indictment related to day bills, first wife's death, authorities accused a couple of justifying the murders because of spiritual beliefs. JJ entirely. Grandparents described the couple as being part of a doomsday cold. When Vala was arrested in

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George Floyd Relatives Slam 'Slap on the Wrist' Sentence for Derek Chauvin

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 5 months ago

George Floyd Relatives Slam 'Slap on the Wrist' Sentence for Derek Chauvin

"George Floyd is calling. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's prison sentence of 22 a half years quote a slap on the wrist, especially considering the loss they'll experience for the rest of their lives. NPR's Cheryl Corley has the latest Derek Chauvin sentence is one of the longest a former police officer has ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. George Floyd died after seven kept his knee pressed against Floyd's neck. For more than nine minutes, a jury found the former officer guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Judge Peter Cahill called the sentence 10 years more than guidelines recommended appropriate. George Floyd's brother Rodney and other family members were disappointed. 22 years centers they gave this man Slap on the wrist. We several life sentences, not having them in our life. And that hurts me to deal. Minnesota law requires Shelvin to serve two thirds of the sentence about 15 years before he's eligible for parole. Cheryl Corley NPR NEWS Minneapolis

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George Floyd's Family: Derek Chauvin Jail Term 'Not Harsh Enough'

Day 6

01:01 min | 5 months ago

George Floyd's Family: Derek Chauvin Jail Term 'Not Harsh Enough'

"The family of George Floyd says the prison sentence handed to former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shove in should have been longer as NPR's Cheryl Corley. Reports of Minnesota judge has sentenced Shove in 2 22.5 years for Floyd's murder Derek Chauvin sentence is one of the longest day former police officers ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. George Floyd died after seven kept his knee pressed against Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes. Jury found the former officer guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Judge Peter Cahill called the sentence 10 years more than guidelines recommended appropriate. George Floyd's brother, Rodney and other family members were disappointed. 22 years centers. They gave this man a slap on the wrist. We serving a life sentence and not having them in our life, And that hurts me to deal. Minnesota law requires show than to serve two thirds of the sentence about 15 years before he's eligible for parole. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Suspicion of first degree murder in the shooting, according to police Dollop was working as a private security guard for television news station nine news when he got into a confrontation with a man near the Denver Art Museum. Photos taken show what appears to be the victim's slapping dollop and then using pepper spray before the suspect, pulled a gun and fired a single shot. The shooting happened just after right wing and left wing groups faced off during the Patriot Rally at Civic Center Park, according to Fox $31 office, not licensed to work as a security guard in Denver, he worked for a contractor hired by pink rent and security. Election is three weeks from Nora and both candidates for president or hitting campaign trail Hard. Despite the debates, and the Poles see a political science professor Kent Vickers things there are still some Colorado's who haven't decided who they're voting for. The polls were showing that it's about four or 5% in the battleground states are genuinely still undecided. And in a close election, that's where the election is made or lock. You should receive your ballot in the mail this week. Governor Pole is officially extended the statewide order on mask wearing to help curb the spread of covert, 19 and other 30 days over the weekend. The order had been in place now since mid July. The Rapids postpone their home game Saturday after another player had a positive coping 19 test that's now 18 players and staff members and their fourth postponement. You like? Probably wouldn't've played yesterday but may play this coming Sunday after the Broncos Games been pushed back a week, head coach Vic Fangio says. Drew is slowly been getting more reps obviously will monitor Drew as we go through practice. It's just you gotta handle it. I feel and what you're seeing out there on the practice field leading up to those team period, so the Denver by week is no longer week eight. The Chargers of Denver game has been shifted from week 11 2 Week eight. The Dolphins and Broncos has been adjusted from week 62 Week 11. It's confusing, but We'll have all the games for you right here. That hasn't changed. Our next news update is at 10 30. I'm Chuck Clark on K Away. NewsRadio, 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. Hey, Prime members Get out your slow cookers this week at whole Foods Market. Animal welfare Certified bonus Check roaster beef stew is 3 69 per pound saved through October 13th while supplies Last find more fall deals on the whole foods market app. So it goes in a little backseat of you, everybody. It's true from the chain smokers. Mental health struggles bigger, small could be hard to put into words, but we have to talk about them. You never know the difference. One conversation could make be a part.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"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 sovereignty. 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, and the agent that was in charge of it somehow just got Location wrong by about a mile and a half or so there was pressure from oil and gas interests in Oklahoma that encourage 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 to us as a people that we you know, I have our reservation boundaries that ties us to who we are are they're going to stick with their principles subscribed 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, all in one.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That reporting, and yet he would not provide any more specifics about how much tax he actually paid. Again, claiming his returns are under audit. But he has not precluded from providing more information or making those returns public. The New York Times reports the president paid only $750 in federal income tax is the year he won the White House. It also claims he paid no income taxes at all in 10 of the previous 15 years, mainly because of huge reported losses. The Times based the story on tax info, it says. They've got for more than the last two decades. So do you care either way about the story you're weighing in this morning on Facebook and Twitter this November state ballot. It's really thick with many propositions and amendments. And today we're taking a look at Amendment C, probably one of the least contentious ballot issues. State representative Jim Wilson is one of four bipartisan legislators who co sponsored amendments. See it really is more or less housekeeping bill. It would make it easier for charitable organizations toehold bingo in raffles and pay those workers who put on the games, so it's just a way of keeping things alive are always charitable organizations, Wilson says. It was a fun bill to co sponsor no matter what. Give me your hand across the state, someone probably is involved with bingo and a chance to help him out. That was really something. You could do that would make you feel good, and it wasn't going to have a major impact physically or anything else across the state that it was one of those feel good bills. It was really Flender. A Yes Vote on Amendment C will make changes to state rules Wilson says are needed to keep bingo and raffles available to charities. Susan Witkin News radio on 11 year old boy who disappeared. No Paso County was later found dead in Florida has been laid to rest the funeral for Gannon stock. Was held on Saturday in South Carolina. The boy was remembered as a happy child who smile could brighten any room stock was reported missing from his cell. Paso County home in late January. His stepmother was arrested in March and charged with first degree murder in connection.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Recovery America is listening to fox please this report is brought to you by a positive coaching alliance continues with one oh six one FM talk coronavirus cases in North Carolina saw their largest single day spike yesterday as DHHS ramps up the testing effort officials in Raleigh said more than eighty eight hundred people were tested during a twenty four hour period that added more than seven hundred new confirmed cases to the state's total health facilities are bracing for an up tick in hospitalizations as many workers return to work Richard styling reports as more businesses across North Carolina prepared to re open on Friday hospitals in the triangle area are also bracing for a possible second surgeon coronavirus cases as a result of relaxed social distancing rules officials at U. N. C. health and Duke regional have already set up triage tents outside their emergency rooms in an effort to keep infected patients separate from normal trauma victims doctors are urging residents not to let their guard down when the businesses reopen I'm Richard styling the pandemic is causing layoffs at Asheville's G. E. aviation the high tech jet engine maker has been struggling recently as the airline industry suffers during the public health crisis the citizen times as around sixty employees were laid off a month ago and now more expected it's unclear exactly how many employees will be affected a missing persons case became a homicide investigation Wednesday when authorities in Surry county found a woman dead at the home she shared with her boyfriend fox eight in the triad reports Sierra Ashburn had been buried at the property on Woodville church road north of west field the boyfriend Brandon Shaw has been charged with first degree murder the Panthers will find out the team schedule for next season tonight the league still expecting to kick off the season on schedule September tenth all teams are expected to have procedures in place by mid next week so they can re open their training facilities for more on the corona virus.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Fourteenth on two charges of first degree murder the boys gave custody on Tuesday was found with his mother who was reportedly returning and do with Ortiz as real soldiers are preparing for a couple of cold nights a code purple has been issued so they're participating sites can be prepared with extra bed space to prevent anyone from sleeping outside temperatures are expected to reach freezing with gusty winds later tonight with a drop into the twenty's overnight Friday a student at UNC Chapel Hill is close to winning a seat on the town council twenty two year old tie him and holds an unofficial twenty four vote lead over incumbent Nancy goats provisional an absentee ballots have not yet been confirmed they're expected to be tallied later this month three women accused of stealing mail in for North Carolina counties investigators say the mail was taken from sixty residents crawls Burke Cardwell Catawba and McDowell county earlier this fall all the mail has been recovered go to Rory Cooper vetoing a controversial bill that would have barred residents who got out of jury duty from voting at least two Republicans have said that the move is bold on the governor's part I'm scared gambler from the G. D. service now plumbing heating and air conditioning traffic center rex still has those crawling highway sixty four westbound between the two sixty four split and when del likes it accident has those heavy for forty westbound from capital to Glenwood Avenue I'm Scott Barnett one is six one FM talk much cooler air moving in as we get into Friday we'll see occasional rain tonight a chilly rain at that developing as time goes on those in the low forties sunny windy much colder December like cold as we head through Friday highs only up around fifty I'm meteorologist mark to that from the weather channel on one of six one of him talk your shot at one thousand dollars now tags the nationwide two hundred two hundred and you'll get a confirmation it is nationwide contest two hundred two hundred now is your chance to get the unstoppable performance of a new train system at train a test so it runs through November fifteenth get special financing for sixty months of rebates up to five hundred dollars on a qualifying train system there's a train info dot com it's hard to stop a train subject.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of first degree murder in the twenty sixteen slaying of his pregnant ex girlfriend and the twenty seventeen killing of an Orlando police lieutenant a state appeals court upholds Florida's red flag law passed after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school mass shooting their rejected appeal came from a sheriff's deputy in north Florida's Gilchrist county Jefferson Davis is boss say he made threats to kill his girlfriend suppose it bother lover they filed for risk protection order and confiscated his weapons the eleven page ruling rejected arguments that the red flag law was Faye overboard and violated due process rights I'm Mike Stevens lawyers for the city of Tampa and a religious group called the liberty counsel went before a judge to discuss the city's ban on gay conversion therapy the city says the band protection people who are L. G. B. T. Q. but the liberty counsel says the ban violates mental health professionals first amendment rights hospitality students at the university of central Florida will be taught how to spot the signs of human trafficking UCF will partner with the United abolitionist the anti human trafficking organization is on a mission to and what it calls modern day human slavery after graduation these UCF students could work in hotels and witness human trafficking United abolitionist will teach them what red flags to look for and how to respond I'm Rory o'neill members of the blue green algae task force all agree that the Florida department of environmental protection should be teamed with health officials who permit septic tanks as the state tries to ensure cleaner water.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Guilty of first degree murder reporter gene Fremont grant Amado was found guilty last night of killing his parents Margaret and Chad Amato and his brother Cody Amado over a dispute involving two hundred thousand dollars he spent on a ball Gary in call girl the penalty phase for a model will begin August twelfth he faces the death penalty for some subtle way money for medical facts you should know that the Federal Trade Commission is warning that the funds may run out that payment option of a hundred twenty five dollars just captive thirty one million for the twenty seventeen cyber security breach consumers who haven't submitted a claim are now being urged to consider that free credit monitoring instead and in case you're wondering that option is worth hundreds of dollars for the first time since two thousand and eight the federal reserve is cutting interest rates by Germans role Powell announced that its key interest rate would drop decided today to lower the target for the federal funds rate by a quarter of a percentage point to a range of two percent to two and a quarter percent how called it a mid cycle adjustment would not guarantee further cuts Wall Street first dip four hundred seventy point but right now take a look at futures everything's in the Green Bay we don't always three Florida man story sometimes our Florida women police are looking for a Florida woman after they say she bit off part of her boyfriend's foam during a fight the Pasco county sheriff's office says thirty nine year old yes city I Cassiano hit her boyfriend kicked him in the stomach and willfully and intentionally bit off part of his thumb the fight took place inside a home where the couple lived your kids at home when the fight happened and they saw it all go down and even saw a piece of the man's thumb on the floor of the living room the victim went to a hospital and Cassiano fled in a black Ford van Brady Hastings news that a six point five W. TVO thanks for taking our poll on the dems debate pay.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And attempted first degree murder. Eighteen year old Devon Ericson and sixteen year old may McKinney worker in court this morning. George Brock learn decided to charge, sixteen-year-old McKinney as an adult in the decision that I made a file on the defendant, as an adult does not change where they will be housed. They still remain a juvenile, and they'll still remain in that juvenile detention center. Meanwhile later this afternoon, hundreds gathered at the cherry hill community church to celebrate. The life of Kendrick Castillo a student killed during the shootings at the stem school, hunters ranch can Zad says he knows exactly what is son would want him to do. He would want me to have the strength to help everybody hill because he knows there's not anything I can do for him, nail other than reach out to his friends in make sure that their comfort and their families is their gender friend, Mike. Shannon burger remembered his friend. I think the best way we can on honor and celebrate Kendrick. Is to be more like him. I think we need to be a little more Kendrick and it's related in the afternoon. The governor said, well, Jared police that kendricks berry will not be forgotten. President Trump is pardoning, former Republican lawmaker in California who was videotaped accepting bribes in an undercover FBI sting operation Pat Nolan served as a GOP leader in the assembly from nineteen eighty four to nineteen Eighty-eight. They'll in play guilty to his role in the shrimp, scam sting, and the nineteen nineties, ninety s he served twenty five months in prison. Any since become a leading conservative voice for criminal Justice reform, the White House statement, announcing the pardon said that Nolan is described as a man of principle, and integrity. Alabama's governor Kay Ivey is putting her signature on toughest anti-abortion law in the country, law bans nearly all abortions with the only exception being the mother's life is in danger of being noted that the law is likely enforce unenforceable, because the US supreme court Roe versus Wade decision. The bill's authors are hoping the law gets to the supreme court and the high court will overturn the Roe versus Wade decision. Our next update is at ten thirty. I'm Ron.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KOMO

"First degree murder for the nineteen seventy-two murder of Jody Luma's of Bothell makes his first quarter appearance by video link from this HAMAs county jail. Is your name Millar? Middling? Seventy-seven-year-old Terence Miller of Edmonds tells judge Cindy Larsen he's not guilty of the murder. Detectives say they got a match for DNA phone on Loomis through a genealogy website and use that to tie Miller to her death. He he's being held on a million dollars bail. And we'll be back in court in may heartbreak in Paris and here in the north west following today's devastating fire at the Notre Dame cathedral retired KOMO TV anchor Dan Lewis was in Paris standing outside of the cathedral just days ago. It was a wonderful trip to Paris. I love that building. I fell in love with the city and to see see that kind of destruction. It's just it's really heartbreaking. Lewis says he will cherish the pictures. He took especially one of him standing in front of the cathedral with the now fallen spire in the background, a new eight hundred ten million dollar Levy to pay for parks and trails across King County is moving forward. The county budget committee voted to put the measure before the full council. Share? Claudia bell Duccio sponsors, the parks trails and open space. Levy and says it's good for economic development. There's a reason why REI has decided to put its headquarters move it into Bellevue. And that's because it is a long this great regional headquarters. Great regional trail the that we're developing along with our city partners. If approved it would cost homeowners and King County about eight dollars a month on five hundred thousand dollar home through the year, twenty twenty-five. The proposal also calls for a special election on August sixth. The voters can have a say the full council meets again on April. Seventeenth don't be fooled by tax day. Tricks. That is the warning from the IRS. Komo's Ryan Harris has the red flags for some common scams. If you get a call from someone who claims to be from the IRS demanding payment under threat of jail, hang up that's a crook and not an IRS agent. And what looks like an IRA Email should go straight to the trash because it's fake to Justin Campbell special agent in charge of IRS criminal investigation. Madel says watch out for phony charities trying to lure you with the promise of a large deduction. We want to certainly be sensitive to follow one organizations but same time we recognize that there's folks are looking to take advantage of loopholes or create shell organization. So what if you owe but can't pay IRS spokesman, David Tucker says just talked to them at work with you collaborate with you to help resolve that just so you can take care of whatever tax Bill. You may have you can pay your taxes in installments. And there's what's known as an offer in compromise, which might actually help reduce your tax Bill. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. The federal government's is by Tober it will propose expanded orca habitat protections off of Washington, Oregon, and California come was Bill O'neil has more. The announcement comes in response to a lawsuit filed by the Zona bass center for biological diversity. That group filed a lawsuit last year to make the government move more quickly to protect the endangered orcas. The conservation group says the National Marine Fisheries service had been dragging its feet in designating critical habitat for the whales and foraging and migration areas under the. Dangerous Species Act agencies most ensure that activities they pay for permit or carry out do not harm such habitat. The whales spend their summers in the waters between Washington state and Canada. But about two thirds of the year they migrate and forage for salmon off the west.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Our first degree murder. Allegation. You told me that he. He killed his door. How that happened how she passed drowning? The judge ruled that John Chuck is competent to stand trial testimony resumed with more mental health experts defense attorneys are trying to argue than John Chuck was legally insane when he dropped Phoebe from a bay area bridge and twenty fifteen it's eight oh five at News Radio. WFL a construction on homes meaning building and renovations has slowed. But construction projects for businesses is still strong. According to the monthly survey of service businesses which shows that business increased at a slower rate, but still increased in March and has increased every month for the last nine years. Mortgage applications to buy a house rose last week the ten percent higher than a year ago, nationally and mortgage rates have come down so much lately. The most homeowners in three years are finding it makes financial sense to refinance their mortgage actors, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin where among another fifteen wealthy parents going to federal court in the college admission scandal and many are hoping to avoid jail time by pleading guilty to felonies. The study says use of clinics and drugstores in an urgent care centers is rising. And that a lot of patients are now developing ongoing relationships with the healthcare providers at these new health care locations. Aaa says on the average day drivers spend almost an hour. Driving and drive about a total of thirty one miles a day for NewsRadio WFL, a I'm Joe Connolly. With a Bloomberg business.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I think some people do agree with you. I said from the get-go that I feel really bad for Van Dyke. That's a guy who got up put his shoes on that morning and pledged to serve and protect and I really mean that he's not a murderer. You're right. But I think where you and I might disagree then is how long should the punishment. Be Meghan your comment about that. Call. Well, I think what's important to notice that the jury is not too far off from what the caller was saying. And I am for what you're saying. John, basically, they had the option to go with first degree murder, which is basically saying that you know, he was not justified at all. There was no mitigating or softening of factor. But they did not they went with second degree murder. Basically finding that Van Dyke genuinely believed his life was in danger when he pulled that trigger, but that that belief was unreasonable and since its second degree rather than I you have the option of probation and a four to twenty year prison sentence. I think it probably goes without saying that that's much much more lenient than what he was facing a first degree murder conviction. The five million dollars that the family got have anything to do with any of this. That was never brought up at trial. The jury. I believe was not supposed to know anything about that. If they did then they were instructed to put it out of their heads. So the short answer is ideally, no all opine on that. I don't think it matters. I mean, really if anything that doesn't help Van Dyke. I don't think anyway, the fact that the city gave him five million dollars to me is in admission that boy, did we screw up big time. So I'm not sure that even though they got a lot of money, and you're right. They weren't there for that young man in a sufficient degree to help him when he was growing up. I don't see how that fact helps Van Dyke at least I don't okay, Meghan Kripo in the Chicago Tribune online and in print tomorrow. Always fascinating Meghan. Thanks for your time and expertise today. Likewise. Thank you for having me to twenty one. This is WGN. Chicago. Chicago. Tonight baseball exploring training, visit to Cincinnati Reds in Goodyear DJ, heavy late first pitch at eight. Oh, five on seven.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Police looking for party pressures who stabbed three people. I'm Cindy Burkey. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty three young adults were stabbed by group of uninvited guests at a large party in city heights, Saturday night and gang. Detectives are trying to find out who did it. Police say the victims had non-life-threatening injuries to people and a dog are displaced after a fire damaged their home in Rancho Bernardo fire. Started in the homes garage at eleven AM yesterday and spread to the attic. Firefighters battled the blaze and put it out by one PM police say a man suspected of firing shots at a home and then shooting it Escobedo police early last Thursday is being held without bail at the vista detention center on suspicion of attempted first degree murder. Thirty-six-year-old? Oceanside resident Jose Martin Torres was wounded in the foot when he exchanged gunfire with officers after a pursuit ended right now. Skies are clear. It's forty seven degrees at Lindbergh field AM, seven sixty K FM, be talk and breaking news. It's Monday morning. I know it's tough. But we've got your back. It's first light from Westwood One. News Michael Toscano. Here review at twenty eight minutes before the hour. Well, the White House is refusing to rule out the possibility that the federal government may shutdown. Again, negotiators are clashing over whether to limit the number of migrants authorities can be taken, and that's a whole new thing for our border security compromise at congress can except for the Friday deadline approaching the two sides remained separated over how much to spend on President Trump's promised border wall. Call us at eight hundred seven three six three six six six tell us which one of the three possibilities you'd like to see this week a shutdown deal with no border wall or no deal with a border wall, not cutting and executive action with President Trump Trump, just grabbing whatever money he can to start the building eight hundred seven three.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On Orlando's news joining me right now is Jeff left Coolidge from channel nine eyewitness news. And Jeff we're talking about charging drug dealers with murder Florida allowed prosecutors to do this a little more freely because of the opioid crisis. But it's not really happening. A whole lot. Not a whole lot. Gene of Seminole county is actually taking the lead on this here in central Florida. So far, they have charge ten people with first degree murder charges for these deadly overdoses now one of the things we wanted to work out was you know, has anybody actually gone all the way to be convicted of that. I read a murder charge here. And so far we haven't been able to find that in fact of the ten that have been charged there. They've actually had the murder charges dismissed while. The state attorney's office is appealing those cases right now because of some wording in the law that they're trying to decide whether or not they can move forward with those cases. So Jeff drug dealers are killing people indirectly. Why are so few of them being charged with murder all the way why why is this happening? Well, you know, some county they really decided to take a different approach to these overdoses, and they actually, you know, go out to each one now. And and and, you know, look at the scene and then try to determine if if if you know if this is a homicide for not. But the the real problem that a lot of them have with these cases that sometimes there's a mixture of rugs it's hard to determine what grug killed them and where that drug came from. So they really have to, you know, go through all the evidence and have a slam dunk case for these charges to stick. Well, put yet. So I'm curious about your story where where can I see it tonight? When is it going to air? Can be on tonight at five forty five on channel nine. All right. That's w f TV's Jeff left Coolidge up for us here. Tough on crime in central Florida. That's really interesting one. That's on channel nine eyewitness news tonight. Thanks for joining us. Jeff, it's twelve forty two on Orlando's news at noon, trapping weather. Every six minutes..

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"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:14 min | 3 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Ryan Gorman. And joining me now in studio, NewsRadio WFL a legal analyst Felix vague and talk about the legal side of the Seib. Ring story Felix. Thanks so much for being here. All right. So what happened with the suspect with the shooter today in court today? He made his first appearance in court before a judge the judge review the probable cause affidavit the arrest affidavit, which I've now gotten a hold of for the through the highlands county clerk of courts to judge review said he found her as probable cause for the five counts of first degree murder. You think and he's being held without bond. So that was a standard core proceeding. We did see him in court on video this morning now the state attorney four highlands county will convene a grand jury and secure the indictments that are necessary in order. Formerly move. The case forward is a Raymond. I looked it up in his already suffer cord on February twenty six or they're going to move this along very quickly, obviously because of the nature of it. They probably don't have a large caseload in highlands county. So they can get before the grand jury a lot faster. So that's the initial step that, of course, just like we talked about with seminal heights with those murders. The big question is the death penalty. And so they're gonna have to look at the facts of the case we've seen a lot so far that fall in some of the the the so-called aggravated that are used in order to secure the death penalty. So that's number one that prosecutors have to look at what what does that mean the aggravated? So when you're seeking the death penalty now in the state of Florida way, the laws changed over the past two years within forty five days of being arraigned and going before a judge on that formal indictment. The state attorney then has to tell the defense whether or not they're going to seek the death penalty. And you have to tell them exactly what aggravated those things that are aggravating circumstances. The about the case that warrant him to deserve the death penalty or allow them to seek the death penalty after they. Can at trial. The fact that the shooter shot these women execution style. How much does that play into all of this huge because there's too directly deal with this. And I agree murder. It's we're looking at premeditation and the old adage in Florida is premeditation conform in an instant. You have to the way to juries instructions are lined up is it you simply need to reflect on your actions before you pull the trigger before you stab clearly him making those women, and I hate to be graphic here. But we're we have asked at through the story. Making those women lie on the ground before he shot them at close range that to you premeditate premeditated. But for the death penalty, there's to aggravated I'm looking at one is called heinous atrocious, and cruel and the nature of the crime fits, right, cold calculated and premeditated without any more or legal justification, those are the two big ones. I think would fit. There's also a third one called knowingly created. A great risk of death too many persons, especially lining them up that way. You know, in that particular style and executing them as the report says I'm now at she has to review the report after trying to track down all day as the five victims were lying face down on the floor in the main lobby with apparent gunshots to the back of their heads and their upper torsos multiple multiple shots to all of them. So that's extremely defenseless position. Yes. At least, you know, holding them hostage number one. And then waiting for them them having to wait for their own death to common, then also depending on how he shot them Yoda shoot them in a certain order one by one it's a nine millimeter. So there's unless there was some sort of an extended magazine on it, then you have a certain amount around and you can use. And so they know when their time is coming of your of. Fortunately, the victim in this situation. We're talking to NewsRadio WFL a legal analysts Felix Vega about the c- bring shooting couple of questions here the nine one one call that the shooter made where he confesses what he did can that be used as a confession against him. Yes. It's called an admission against interests because he admitted to the crime on a nine one one case, I've had multiple cases where the defendants hurt and nine one one case saying something or threatening someone case where a defendant stomped. Amanda death was steel toe boots. And he walked away. He comes back. Here on the nine one one tape hits the person again the victim. And then says now he's dead and shouts at on the nine one one call completely admissible that went to his premeditation in that particular case. So anything that the defendant said in that particular setting or the his entire post Miranda statement, it's been blocked out in redacted because you can't be released to the public records. Also, there's a lot more that we're gonna probably find out but the nine one one tape right there. That's the biggest emission in the world. And what about this history that we've learned about where he was kicked out of school because of dreams of shooting fellow students is that something that could be used and also the girlfriend who's saying that when they were together and even afterwards in her conversations, he talked about wanting to kill people and things like that can that be used as well in some sort more than likely it depends on the circumstances. But because it was so close in time in. Terms of her talking to w s BT, which is station up in Indiana. She also talked to the Washington Post about what Dana brought up about him buying a gun last week. So it's fairly close in time that he's having these issues, but the big thing I think you're gonna see happen is that they're to want to have him evaluated his defense team. And you're gonna see a lot of those things we brought back up there. Subpoena has school records are gonna wanna talk to his girlfriend anyone around him that he made made these statements people that we don't have not come out of the woodwork yet. So that's all part of not only the state's investigation. But his defense team is gonna new these things for mitigating factors in other to in order to minimize the state from doing the death penalty. So that's where that's all going to come into play. And he and he may raise competency at some point whether or not he was competent. We learned that he had some sort of mental illness or mental defect. All that's gonna come out in the coming weeks and months, do you think investigators and prosecutors will talk to the Avon park correctional? Institution and find out about his employment there, and what they did to learn about his past before hiring him will that come up more than likely. It's going to be part of the investigation because it's part of his background. And they're wanna know who he spoke with did he have an evaluation while he was there, either psychological evaluation did with any red flags that I know there's no disciplinary action we've learned from the police what was their interaction with him. Did he have central strange behavior? What was he like when you in the short time that he was with them and have any insight into why he resigned from his position shortly before this happened. There's a lot a lot for us to keep an eye on going forward. This seems like to you as somebody who's prosecuted cases like this before an open and shut case as far as we can see at the moment. I never say open and shut because once it goes to a jury. It's always fifty fifty the evidence is very extreme. And there's I think we're gonna learn a lot more details. Just based on an initial probable cause looking at this as a prosecutor. Obviously you have enough were first degree murder. And you have extreme circumstances are well documented already. This isn't a who done it. This is gonna come down to you. What was in? This guy's state of mind that led him to execute five people in a Bank in a small town in Florida. Got it NewsRadio WFL a legal analyst Felix. Thanks so much for joining us. Absolutely right anytime coming up next. We'll take a look at some other losers, California man used Instagram to threaten friends and family of the parkland tragedy and a Pasco man, menaced and Iraqi family, wait till you hear what that man said we've got those stories for you in a moment also in relation to the C brings shooting. We're gonna have former FBI supervisory special agent James Gagliano on at eight o six to share his thoughts on this case. So stick around for that or make sure to check the podcast after the show. You can find it on your iheartradio app. Just search for Ryan. Gorman more PM Tampa Bay in a moment..

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"first degree murder" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:33 min | 3 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"John, vincent. And again, if you wanna weigh in on day twenty eight of the Mexican stand-off, I do think this. I think the stakes are very high for the Republicans. I think if the Republicans cave or capitulators surrender, I think they're toast. Yeah. I really do. They have to win this battle, especially after the midterm shellacking that they got, you know, with losing forty seats in the midterms gain in the Senate, and I like to point that out. It wasn't a complete washout, but they got wiped out pretty good in the house. You can't afford to lose this battle. This is a one you got to win. And I think President Trump is going to stick to his guns. And I think he knows. I think he knows it eventually Pelosi and Schumer going to have to come to the table if they don't know Soviet. Well, let's hope it happens sooner than later. So it's now, of course, they're talking about the security at the Super Bowl is now being brought into question based on the partial government shutdown. So now that's being floated out there that we may have to postpone or delay the Super Bowl based on the shutdown goes that far meanwhile here in Baltimore City. Prosecutors yesterday filed a motion to revoke the bail for that man accused of murder murder rather than the fells point bar and last month Philip Stanley west was released on bail by judge Michael stuttered, the judge's decision as we talked about yesterday to grant bail drew a widespread range of criticism. We pretty much blasted a mirror on the show governor HOGAN called it. Outrageous. It's just astounding that the judge could come to that conclusion especially in the climate. We've been living in in the past four or five years here in this city, HOGAN said quote of somebody's charged the crime like that it seems like they shouldn't be back on the streets. Mike Mancuso president the Baltimore police union decried, the abhorrent decision in a letter to the Baltimore democrat party newsletter and saying that the silent majority of citizens would demand count ability. Interim police Commissioner Gary tuggle called it unfortunate city councilman Cohen who represents fell's point said it was reckless. Again, I've always been critical some odds with these states turning Merlin Moseley. But I think she got one hundred percent, right. This time along with her assistant state's attorney, Tracy Robinson. She wrote that west is a flight risk because he faces a life sentence for first degree murder charge. Number one, number two. He was carrying a firearm even though he'd been previously convicted for drug possession. So there's a felon in possession of a firearm. And once again, we talk about you know, the president we talked about the prisoner. Release Bill last month, the president signed the just because somebody has they may be a non violent offender and have a drug possession charge on their rap sheet doesn't necessarily mean you're you're not a harm or threat to the population be punished. Yeah. And John Vincent points out. It was twenty plus days before he turned himself and finally to the police so again, maybe the now his his attorney Ken ram announces this happens all the time. The out on bail. He said to the to the double murder in Tulsa in the two brothers charge. There got out on seventy five hundred and fifty thousand bail respectively. Well, it doesn't make it right either. You know, again, there's this kind of insanity in Maryland has been spreading like a virus? We complained about that one Mark. Yeah. We did. While we coddle the criminals here in this system of the people of the state deserve to be protected. They're tired of this happening over and over again. And you know, you talk about it and then nothing gets done. And actually, what gets done is just the opposite. Another violent criminal back out on the streets. And so we have this is a never ending cycle. And we've talked about, you know, and everyone points the finger at the police. I mean, the police in the one with a consent decree the police in. Yeah. There were you know, the gun tracing task force. They were bad bad Hombre there, and they got what they deserve. And in some cases, but you can't besmirch the entire police department on the actions of a few. But you know, it's all always the police. The police are. They have the consent decree can't seem to find a Commissioner of this latest pick might be a good model have to wait and say give them the benefit of the doubt. America's Merida's answers. The city council doesn't have any answers. But everybody looks the other way when it comes to the judges. Well, they're the ones that should have the answers we elect them. Right. So some up with an answer. Well, I mean, we've said for years that if you want something treated differently you have to go in a different direction. And again, I understand the city is predominantly black. The city is predominantly a liberal progressive democrat, and that's who they are electing. And we're seeing that this ideology is not willing to crack down on crime. Now, I don't know if they don't know how to do it or they just don't want to do it. Or maybe it's a combination of the two, but they've always looked to swing open the jail doors, keep people out on the streets as much as possible because they believe that I've read articles on this that the penal the criminal Justice system in our country. And here in Maryland is racist is inherently racist because we have. A tendency to have money more blacks locked up than anything else. That's you know, again, sometimes it is what it is. But let's not forget these are juries of their peers who are convicting these individuals of these crimes. Eight point. So again, this then you're basically turning that gun of criticism on yourself. If you're saying that the system is racist. Then what does it say about the jury system when that's the that's the best system in the world. Right. You don't want one. You know, judge having all the power or you don't want to have the police having all the power. This is again, a little bit of checks and balances you have to go and proven of courtroom beyond a reasonable doubt that that person is guilty of the charges that you have brought I just think it's the best system is it perfect. No. But here it's kind of fallen between the cracks you can certainly throw your opinion our way on that as well. Five forty four time for traffic and weather first with the update here is the king Chuck Whitaker. Thank you, Sean. Again, the roadway conditions for the most part are wet continue to watch your speed on the bridges overpasses ramps neighborhood streets, of course, eight nine five already some break in the construction area, Donald straight and already pretty all right? Narrows down lane. So be on the lookout for that link south five avenue ramp at broken coastal there on.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back in the day. And all that stuff. The hillside strangler all that stuff seeing telling machine gun Kelly. Well, this guy I don't know who who nicknamed him. But I'd ask for a recount on that one. He's like a like a criminal, right? Like a gang banger kinda kind of. I'm assuming a gang. Bangor because he was involved in a road rage shooting. He was tempted I attempted first degree murder, and he was on the Lam the cops just found a, and according to the news story police, say, Anthony, doodoo, but ward. Was apprehended. Twenty six. I mean, if all the great gangster nicknames out there years is doodoo. But right. You can't you fast. Why didn't they like animal house? Remember that scene where he's going blue. She's going down the line and naming all the guys, and it goes, I w flounder why why not? What is that? Whatever would do. But I don't know. But I would fight people every day of my life until I got rid of that nickname every day. But maybe it's like that old song boy named zoo. Talk about his dad tells them my name, just sue because. Around make your ties a very good point. Maybe it was his oh man said, hey here catch flack from this. Yup. I name your brass knuckles. You are doodoo. But okay. Gotta have a story. We get a hold of him and see if we can get on a show. Yeah. Asca doodoo. But if we go get his one phone call to call us..

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"first degree murder" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Jeff has the day off. He's not feeling too. Well, I'm sure you might have heard us the other day on winnable show, we were substituting in on Thursday and Friday from three to seven and he came down with a little something. So it's just me. But I do have a special guest. I had Chris by do from cow western school of law, the assistant, right? The assistant dean of admissions. Decorate has correct. Well, welcome. Thank you for coming in. We appreciate it. So we are going to have an interesting show for you. We're going to be talking a lot about law schools sats. The state bar the legal profession in general. But Chris attorney, correct? That's right. Okay. And Christopher sorry. So I'm gonna there's a couple of things I saw on the news. I just want to kind of get your opinion on this. We were also listening to the news while we're waiting to come onto the show. And we heard someone was being charged for capital murder, and you know, we're not gonna go too much into this. But I thought it was interesting because capital murder is mood seemed it's a little bit more state specific, basically, this is kind of another way of saying first degree murder and the capital murder can be something that's charged or someone's charged with if you kill the police officer firefighter, paramedic some kind of public safety professional or it's a child or someone, you know, some particularly heinous rape or sexual abuse or something like that. So I thought that was something an interesting opportunity to kind of explain to people another thing in the news. There was a deer poacher that was caught killing multiple dear hundreds of deer illegally and the sentence for this. Dear poacher was a year in jail. But also this dear poacher now needs to watch Bambi once a month as a result. What do you think about that? I think that's a pretty creative sentence. Poaching deer. What what better sentenced than to be sentenced to watch him banned? Exactly. I think this was zuri. Yeah. I found that a little bit interesting. He you know, he has to find as well too. But. That just you know, the Bambi viewing. I thought that was an interesting interesting approach to punishment on top of the year in jail. Right. But once a month. I mean, how do they measure? That's true. I mean, he's actually done that. Why gets the jail would be in charge of that? And now we're talking about a little bit extra resources being used because it will also what about the other inmates who want to watch Bambi as well. Do they do they get to? That's an interesting look at that too. So. And also, there was another thing that I saw on the news that this just cracked me up. There was a woman in Arizona. And I think this might have come out a little while ago. But it's it's back in the news because I think she's in court now, she had sent a hundred and fifty nine thousand text messages to a man she went out with one time, and he didn't respond. I believe on on most of them. But someone broke this down that's.

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