35 Burst results for "Involuntary Manslaughter"

Cathy Smith Dies at 73: ‘Sundown’ muse who injected John Belushi with fatal drug dose

Jason and Alexis

01:08 min | Last month

Cathy Smith Dies at 73: ‘Sundown’ muse who injected John Belushi with fatal drug dose

"Admitted admitted to to injecting injecting John John Belushi Belushi with with heroin heroin and cocaine that led to his death, has died. No Cathy Smith had been in failing health for the past few years. She was 73. In the 1986 plea bargain. You might remember that Kathy Smith pleaded no contest to involuntary manslaughter and several drug charges and served a one year prison sentence in California. After being released, she was deported to her native Canada, where the former backup singer reportedly took a job in Toronto as a legal secretary. I didn't know that whole history on her. Oh, not at all. And that's what you're known for, you know? Yeah, I was. You know what? I know The fact of that, you know, in your bio. If it's not line one, it's line Tio. It's apparently if that had not happened, what she would have been known for and remembered for is being the subject of the Gordon Lightfoot song Some down gets used to date him. Oh, really? She's hanging around those Canadian rockers. Fags. Awesome. I had no idea the chicken mcnugget of

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3 charged after medical examiner rules teen’s death homicide

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 3 months ago

3 charged after medical examiner rules teen’s death homicide

"As the nation grapples with racial injustice three workers at a Michigan youth facility are criminally charged with the black teen's death well what South Carolina officer is cleared of wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of Michigan prosecutors charging three staffers at the lakeside academy with involuntary manslaughter sixteen year old Cornelius Fredericks was restrained on the ground in late April after throwing a sandwich his family's lawyer says he went into cardiac arrest after screaming out I can't breathe in Columbia South Carolina officer Kevin Davis will not be charged in the fatal shooting of seventeen year old Josh ruff and in April body cam video catches the chase the prosecutor says robin pulling a gun this made him a threat to sunny Arizona as police chiefs offer to resign after the April death of a suspect in handcuffs who is placed face down and three officers in Wilmington North Carolina are fired caught on video making racist remarks one even called for a civil war to quote white but black people off the map I'm Jackie Quinn

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PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in California wildfire

Bloomberg Law

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in California wildfire

"It's the deadliest corporate crime in U. S. history and PG&E pleaded guilty to eighty four counts of manslaughter on Tuesday for its role in igniting the California wildfires that killed eighty four people destroyed nearly nineteen thousand homes and businesses and the entire town of paradise on the same day that CEO bill Johnson repeated the guilty plead to involuntary manslaughter eighty four times before judge Michael deems another judge cleared the way for the company to exit bankruptcy although the long term future of the utility giant remains in

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PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in California wildfire

John Rothmann

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in California wildfire

"PG&E CEO bill Johnson made the roughly a hundred and seventy mile journey from the company San Francisco headquarters to Butte county courthouse to plead guilty the eighty four felony counts of involuntary manslaughter and you remembered stem from that November two thousand eighteen wildfire ignited by the utilities crumbling alecto ical grit the blaze nearly wiped out the entire town of paradise and it drove PG&E a company that seemed impregnable in the bankruptcy last

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PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter for 2018 Northern California fire

KOGO's Evening News

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter for 2018 Northern California fire

"At Pacific gas and electric is pleading guilty to eighty four deaths name troll read aloud here today in northern California photographs projected on the court room wall they're the victims of the campfire the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history for half hour PG&E CEO bill Johnson Saturday at the sequence of photos after each name was ready answer guilty genie is guilty of eighty four counts of felony involuntary manslaughter a single count of unlawfully starting a fire best years attorney was denied by faulty equipment in the town of paradise that's the second time in three years the largest utility in the state's been convicted of a

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PG&E confesses to killing 84 people in 2018 California fire

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

PG&E confesses to killing 84 people in 2018 California fire

"California utility company makes a major admission that it's to blame for scores of deaths Pacific gas and electric confesses to killing eighty four people in a devastating wildfire that wiped out the town of paradise a year and a half ago PG&E boss bill Johnson entered guilty pleas for eighty four felony counts of involuntary manslaughter because the company's crumbling electric grid started it Johnson apologized directly to the victims families and said PG&E will never forget the fire that took away so much from the

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PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in California wildfire

Tom Sullivan

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in California wildfire

"The nation's largest public utility pleading guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter for the two thousand eighteen wildfire in paradise part of a plea deal in which PG&E avoids any jail time and instead will pay millions of dollars in fines but it was a dramatic moment in court when PG&E CEO entered guilty pleas to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter and told the court our equipment started the fire the name of each victim was read aloud

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PG&E Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter in California Fires

Sean Hannity

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

PG&E Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter in California Fires

"First Pacific gas and electric pleads guilty to eighty four deaths the names were read aloud their photographs projected on a courtroom wall the victims of the campfire the deadliest wildfire in state history for a half hour PG&E CEO bill Johnson stared at the sequence of photos and after each name was read answered guilty your honor PG&E guilty of eighty four counts of felony involuntary manslaughter and a single count of unlawfully starting a fire for a total of eighty five counts investigators determined the fire was ignited by faulty equipment in the town of

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PG&E Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter in Fire Deaths

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

PG&E Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter in Fire Deaths

"PG&E expected to plead guilty today to the deaths caused by a northern California wildfire the hearing a Butte county comes about three months after you the utility reached a plea agreement to face eighty for a felony counts of involuntary manslaughter for the camp fire two years ago that fire was started by PG&E is old electrical equipment and of course it devastated the town of paradise no executives will be charged with the utilities agreed to pay a maximum fine of three point five

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PG&E to Plead Guilty to Manslaughter in Fire Deaths

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

PG&E to Plead Guilty to Manslaughter in Fire Deaths

"Seven PG&E has a company is expected to plead guilty today a little later this morning in fact at two deaths caused by that campfire up in northern California that comes after about three months after the utility reached a plea agreement in this case to face eighty four felony counts of involuntary manslaughter the fire was started by P. genies old electrical equipment and it just devastated the town of paradise again I'm hearing a little bit later this morning this is all part of this are really complicated bankruptcy case the company worked out but more than twenty five billion dollars in settlements again to pay for the damages

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Floyd family attorney says charge against officer should be upgraded to first-degree murder

Black and Gold Sunday with Rob Pratte

09:30 min | 4 months ago

Floyd family attorney says charge against officer should be upgraded to first-degree murder

"Well and I've been talking for days now about the the tragedy of the death of George Floyd at the knee of a police officer who held him down for eight minutes shot by the neck and he eventually lost his life and that man has now been charged with third degree murder second degree voluntary met involuntary manslaughter people are looking for more even possibly first degree murder I was listening to the the Florida attorney today talking on national television and discussing a number of things concerning the case and how they believe there may be some well premeditated aspects of this case but the reason I'm bringing it up on the sports show we'll get to that in a moment I have Greg dial is who is on the disk gets to the pitch for news line who happens to be an attorney at law and I I think it's very important that we don't lose sight of the story in Pittsburgh last night tragically we felt some of that violence that continues to spread from coast to coast am tomorrow night in my program I'll be talking in pretty much opening the phone lines between eight and ten and giving you a chance to voice your opinion and we all will on KDKA radio over the next couple of days but the thing that I really took away without watching Margaret o'brien talked to the mayor of Atlanta of course as I mentioned talk to the attorney for the Floyd family talking to other people like Melvin Carter the mayor of J. Paul Minneapolis if this is a story that is polarize our nation especially in the midst of this pandemic but when you think of calling Capranica those are people of color in sports and what they have done to stand up for the black race and minorities many NBA players were actually involved in these protests some of them returned to Atlanta where they grew up to to speak their mind and be a part of a peaceful protest that obviously turn very the ugly with a lot of violence there's been discussion of anarchist a white supremacist if you will who have rolled into various towns to ignite these fires literally and these horrible Ryan said for the most part many people but we're going to be peaceful protest so Greg the reason I want to talk to you as far as athletes this is nothing new I've seen Jim Brown and many others Kareem Abdul Jabbar Mohammed Ali obviously spent most of his life fighting for civil rights this is just such a very bad time in our country's history my question to you is when you think about what happened to Mr Floyd and there are many great law enforcement officers out there but one thing is for sure when you're dealing with many athletes many of them of the black race this is a concern into something has been a part of the sports world is a part of all of our lives and I think that we owe at least a segment or two because of your legal background and your sports background to talk about it and again no one ever thought that this would be the story that would kind of replace this pandemic even in the midst of the pandemic and it's a shame that it's come down to this but there's no way that you go anywhere right now in this region or any television station running radio station or a newspaper you pick up that this is not the story good morning good morning robin unfortunately it's really not a good morning I I wish there were different things to talk about generally enough for you guys you know I usually come in with some happy new year for you in the mornings but it it just feels like there's something gone wrong that the world is off its axis or something but but there's just seems to be more more bad news each and every day but we'll get through this we we are hearty people and we'll figure it out and and we actually you man elements need to be able to to figure out ways to pass these things out but it's very difficult and it's hard for for me a white man to to be able to express a what's the the people of all colors are experiencing in our country right now because I I'm not listed but but I do have your clients and friends said no we can't have a conversation about and try to figure out ways whereas the people that we can go forward and and you know put all these differences a lady somehow some way but but boy it's really just off for a sound doesn't seem like there's any kind of logical or reasonable way to proceed because the patch things up you know as I was watching the face the nation program I must tell you I really was torn whether or not I should bring it up again after spending the majority of the last couple of days talking about it and will over the next couple of days despite us having a June second primary it will be the topic of conversation during the open talk portion of my programs right through Wednesday night in some of the folks that I have scheduled for political purposes are perfect because a lot of folks are tying the political aspect as far as from local government to state government a national government it's all leading up to this June second primary so the timing is there but I just wish it was something else that I was discussing but I said to myself you know listen I've always been one to try to take the high road and have a peaceful outlook and not really try to stir the pot but this is something there's really struck me personally because of watching that video and obviously having many people in law enforcement of color and yes of course many of them are dear friends I understand that they too are frustrated because of what happened in Minnesota with this police officer all I can say is this growing up even in the turbulent civil rights era of the sixties the one thing that always brought people together especially on the playground in the neighborhood was sports and then I saw some of my sports heroes like Muhammad Ali my all time favorite also Jim Brown in there another scream of dole Jabbar who always stood up and spoke out but I must tell you it's just so sad to see something that is happening of this nature in twenty twenty that I experienced during the height of the civil rights watching the nightly news with Walter Cronkite seeing the black and white film footage of the fire hoses turned on young black teenagers attack dogs police dogs if you will that were put into that mode because that was the command they were given it's just hard to believe that we have evolved so many decades later we're sports's evolve where in the world now without sports we lost a hundred thousand people in this country and counting when it comes to the pandemic and this is on the front page and no matter how you look at it is just flat out sad to think we have not come that very far since Martin Luther king walked this earth and lost his life because of his fight for civil rights it almost makes you feel like robbery we haven't come anywhere you know we we're we're right back to where we started in the sixties in it is so sad to to have to be in a situation where where in hello to our address like that the only way they can can express those the end it is these were mostly protests that were peaceful in and well deserved and then they turn crazy because of outside sources apparently and no one knows for sure but it seems that that especially in Pittsburgh this was not something that was driven by the peaceful protests that started out in that that's bigger shame of it all in and I'm hoping that there is some way to find these people that came in there that that tried to incite the violence to to get to a point where we can catch them and get them off the street there's no place in our world you know Greg and I don't know if it's because when we were raised in one of the things that I've been stressing to my audience and I have been through it all I've been through rose Jonny Gammage obviously going back to the nineties up with Rodney king I have been on the radio talking about all of these things and how tragic they are and hoping that they would stop just like the school shootings that I go back to nineteen ninety nine covering the Columbine case the thing that I have come to believe it is all about what you can do teaching your children about how this is not how you act do not treat people of a different color race nationality religious belief other than how you want to be treated that's the way you and I were both raised in I'm not looking for us to get a gold star or a Pat on the back but you have to know is I know the way we grew up weather was on the basketball court or the classroom or just spending it time at home eating something that our parents prepare force and you looked across the table many times that person was black and I never looked at it any other way than just that a friend of mine enjoying a moment whether it be in school in that classroom or on that basketball court or on that of field of athletics and I think we become so isolated not just because of this pandemic but the world that we live in today that people have lost sight as far as what they need to do and how they should be raising their children and more importantly something that I've always thought was healthy a healthy mix of people from all walks of life we we need to get back to that if we want to survive this and move forward and be a healthier nation not so much for you and I but for your daughters and my children and generations to come yeah I can't agree with you more there has to be a way to figure this out there investors are seemingly every time an issue or an engine that comes up like this we often dialogue began everybody just kind of goes back to their quarters in as if it were a boxing ring what okay yeah we had these conversations but nothing gets accomplished you're nothing gets fixed and then you have another incident where were some law enforcement in the Milan in an attack on law enforcement you know they they're there for the better part of on everyone and probably more than ninety nine point nine percent all law enforcement officers in doing the right thing but the house in in increments and issue like this that seemingly are happening in the weekly Robinson it is these issues come up or that they go along if someone acts in a way

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Parents of the 4 year old girl shot in Northeast Philadelphia were charged today

KYW 24 Hour News

01:22 min | 5 months ago

Parents of the 4 year old girl shot in Northeast Philadelphia were charged today

"The parents of the four year old girl field in northeast Philadelphia Monday night have now been arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter as K. Y. W. Samin justice reporter Kristen Johannsen explains authorities say they've been uncooperative the parents of four year old sorry newness drove their daughter to the hospital after she was fatally shot in the torso inside their home and the K. drive your dunks ferry road hospital staff to call police and now officials have charged her parents the killing starting as well as on intended however it was not in any way shape or form accidental but authorities say they're still actively working on who shot the child homicide supervisor for the district attorney's office and the vote she says the father al Hakeem unions and her mother iris Rodriguez both face involuntary manslaughter reckless endangerment of another person and tampering with evidence the shooting death resulted from a handgun which should have never been in home news yes faces additional drug and gun charges is votes he says that he was in the middle of a drug deal when the shooting happened unions has prior drug convictions in Virginia Georgia a Bucks county he was ineligible to possess a firearm unions is being held on one million dollars bail Rodriguez a half a million another woman actually grew so who was also in the home at the time has been charged with tampering with evidence and obstruction of justice and the investigation

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Parents of the 4 year old girl shot in Northeast Philadelphia charged

KYW 24 Hour News

01:22 min | 5 months ago

Parents of the 4 year old girl shot in Northeast Philadelphia charged

"The parents of the four year old girl field in northeast Philadelphia Monday night have now been arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter as K. Y. W. scribing justice reporter Kristen Johannsen explains authorities say they've been on cooperative the parents of four year old sorry noon yes drove their daughter to the hospital after she was fatally shot in the torso inside their home and the K. drive your drugs very road hospital staff to call police and now officials have charged her parents the killing could start doing as well as on intended however it was not in any way shape or form accidental but authorities say they're still actively working on who shot the child homicide supervisor for the district attorney's office and the vote she says the father al Hakeem unionized and her mother iris Rodriguez both face involuntary manslaughter reckless endangerment of another person and tampering with evidence the shooting death resulted from a handgun which should have never been in home news yes faces additional drug and gun charges is both she says that he was in the middle of a drug deal when the shooting happened unions has prior drug convictions in Virginia Georgia a Bucks county he was ineligible to possess a firearm unions is being held on one million dollars bail Rodriguez a half a million another woman actually grew so who was also in the home at the time has been charged with tampering with evidence and obstruction of justice and the investigation

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Parents of the 4 year old girl shot in Northeast Philadelphia were charged today

KYW 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 5 months ago

Parents of the 4 year old girl shot in Northeast Philadelphia were charged today

"Parents of the four year old girl killed in northeast Philadelphia Monday night have now been arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter as K. Y. W. is crime and justice reporter Kristen Johannsen explains a sort of forty say they've been uncooperative the parents of four year old sorry newness drove their daughter to the hospital after she was fatally shot in the torso inside their home and the K. drive your dunks ferry road hospital staff to call police and now officials have charged her parents the killing starting as well as on intended however it was not in any way shape or form accidental but authorities say they're still actively working on who shot the child homicide supervisor for the district attorney's office and the vote she says the father al Hakeem unionized and her mother iris Rodriguez both face involuntary manslaughter reckless endangerment of another person and tampering with evidence the shooting death resulted from a handgun which should have never been in home news yes faces additional drug and gun charges is both she says that he was in the middle of a drug deal when the shooting happened unions has prior drug convictions in Virginia Georgia a Bucks county he was ineligible to possess a firearm unions is being held on one million dollars bail Rodriguez a half a million another woman actually grew so who was also in the home at the time has been charged with tampering with evidence and obstruction of justice and the investigation continues Kristen Johanson KYW

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Pat Walsh

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

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"PG&E will plead guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter for a swath of death and destruction left behind after its fraying a lexical grid ignited a twenty eighteen wildfire that destroyed three northern California towns and drove the nation's largest utility into bankruptcy the plea agreement announced today resolves the charges facing PG&E in Butte county for wildfires that killed dozens and destroyed thousands of homes in paradise McGill ya and

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PG&E to plead guilty to 84 involuntary manslaughter counts over 2018 wildfire

The Sean Hannity Show

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

PG&E to plead guilty to 84 involuntary manslaughter counts over 2018 wildfire

"The utility company responsible for many of California's devastating wildfires pleading guilty to criminal charges including multiple counts of manslaughter fox's Jessica Rosenthal Pacific gas and electric said in an SEC filing that will plead guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter for those who were killed in the camp fire in northern California in twenty eighteen they said they will also plead guilty to unlawfully starting a wildfire the C. E. O. of P. Jeannie bill Johnson who took over after the devastating wildfires said in a statement that their equipment started the fire P. genies already agreed to pay out billions to the liability claims but this settlement result in a maximum fine of four

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:03 min | 6 months ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on AP News

"But civic gas electric says it will plead guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the 2018 fire in northern California that killed 84 people and decimated 3 towns the utility also said in a statement it will admit to a single count of unlawfully starting a fire and under the plea agreement PG&E will pay the maximum fine of about $4000000 the utility has been struggling to emerge from 1 of the most complex bankruptcy cases in U. S. history a deadline has been set for it to do so by June 30 I'm showing out there

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:03 min | 6 months ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on AP News

"But civic gas electric says it will plead guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the 2018 fire in northern California that killed 84 people and decimated 3 towns the utility also said in a statement it will admit to a single count of unlawfully starting a fire and under the plea agreement PG&E will pay the maximum fine of about $4000000 the utility has been struggling to emerge from 1 of the most complex bankruptcy cases in U. S. history a deadline has been set for it to do so by June 30 I'm showing out there

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PG&E pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter in wildfire

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

PG&E pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter in wildfire

"But civic gas electric says it will plead guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the twenty eighteen fire in northern California that killed eighty four people and decimated three towns the utility also said in a statement it will admit to a single count of unlawfully starting a fire and under the plea agreement PG&E will pay the maximum fine of about four million dollars the utility has been struggling to emerge from one of the most complex bankruptcy cases in U. S. history a deadline has been set for it to do so by June thirtieth I'm showing out there

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PG&E pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter in wildfire

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

PG&E pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter in wildfire

"But civic gas electric says it will plead guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the twenty eighteen fire in northern California that killed eighty four people and decimated three towns the utility also said in a statement it will admit to a single count of unlawfully starting a fire and under the plea agreement PG&E will pay the maximum fine of about four million dollars the utility has been struggling to emerge from one of the most complex bankruptcy cases in U. S. history a deadline has been set for it to do so by June thirtieth I'm showing out there

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Involuntary manslaughter for using text messages to urge her boyfriend to kill himself lawyers for Michelle Carter argued before the supreme judicial court yesterday that words alone did not force Conrad Ray to take his own life in July of two thousand fourteen Carter's attorney Daniel Marx speaks on eyewitness news. Our view is Michelle harder. I can't be convicted of having killed Conrad. Roy. It's a horrible thing that happened. But it wasn't something. She calls to happen. Carter was sentenced last summer to fifteen months in prison, but has remained free pending her appeal. The court is expected to issue its ruling by early next year to compassion party candidates in Rhode Island are facing charges and Armstrong and Ellen Gordon are charged with possession of about forty eight pounds of marijuana. There also charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor because a fifteen year old was found in the couple's home when police executed a search warrant a gun safety task force created by Governor Raimondo in the wake of the park land, Florida shooting has released its final recommendations on the topic. The forty-three member task force recommends banning ammunition. Feeding devices with a capacity of over ten rounds prohibiting concealed carry on a near schools and government buildings and raising the age to purchase a long gun from eighteen to twenty one Republicans say it's time to vote on the confirmation of Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme court opening the Senate yesterday majority. Leader Mitch McConnell said the FBI investigation of sexual assault allegations against cavenaugh uncovered nothing of substance. He called some of the allegations patently ridiculous. Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa says Cavanaugh should be confirmed. This person is very well qualified person that believes in the principles of due process. The presumption of innocence and readiness to serve our recognize the results of the FBI probe were sent to the Senate early yesterday a sweeping US criminal indictment is targeting seven Russian military intelligence officers at the Justice department yesterday assistant Attorney General John de Moore's accused the Russians of engaging in militias cyber activities against the US and allies he said some of the charges involved targeting organizations investigating Russia's alleged use of chemical weapons. Elon Musk is criticizing the Securities Exchange Commission just days after settling a fraud lawsuit with the federal agency the tesla CEO reached an agreement with the SEC last Saturday. That would bar him from serving as company chairman for three years as punishment for sending tweets about taking tesla. Private NewsRadio nine twenty and one zero four seven FM sports. Chris sale takes the mound tonight in game. One of the division series against the Yankees at Fenway. The Yankees will counter with Jay hap- in tomorrow's game to David price will oppose New York's Masahiro Tanaka Tom Brady tossed his five hundredth career touchdown as the patriots knocked off visiting colts twenty eight to thirty two New England improved to three and two with the wind. Bruins Sakaf and opening night. Drubbing by Washington to shut out the sabers four to two on the road in buffalo. Boston now has the weekend off before Monday night's home.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS, if you clouds the custom is hazy. Sunshine with poor air quality high sixties eighties maybe. Ninety today good morning I'm Rebecca. Chorale here's what's happening Now that New York has cap the number of ride hailing cars on. City streets could San Francisco be next KCBS as Megan Gulf, put, that question to an expert, Bruce Schaller is former deputy Commissioner for traffic. And planning at the New York City department of transportation other cities will really be looking to, New York to say yeah you can take action even but we were unless they're opposed to it. What's right for another city might not be, the same thing as what New York just, did which is to. Count the number of Lubers lifts and make sure the drivers are paid minimum wage then they'll study. The effects will wait times go up, prices and, we'll underserved neighborhoods again be underserved by cars so that's one of the things that you'll see will one monitor to see if that's the case and if it is gonna make adjustments. I'm sure but he does think regulation, by cities or. Here in California by the PUC is the future that these rights. Shares are going to have to deal with told me a year ago this is. Gonna pass the city council August twenty eighteen I told you you, were just absolutely, not what you. Were smoking. And so I. Wouldn't be surprised If over the next you know pretty short period of time in California that. Needle begins to shift to Megan gold speak KCBS the eighteen, year, old son of a union, city police chief Darryl McAllister has been arrested. In the attack of seventy one year seek man in Mantica now already are trying to determine, whether the attack was a hate crime video footage allegedly shows Tyrone Keith McAllister at a sixteen year. Old boy knocking seeing that to the ground, then kicking him in the head and upper, body he was treated. For non-life threatening injuries at a hospital in a statement chief McAllister says see helped identify his son. As the primary aggressor from the surveillance, footage that, she says he is devastated about the allegations there's been a massive spike in discrimination against Muslims in California according to new report by leading a Slavic civil rights group KCBS reporter duck. Sovereign says the organization blames the policies, of the Trump. Administration for encouraging bias reported cases of discrimination or bias against Muslims, in California were up eighty two Two percent last year says the council on American Islamic relations, CAIR some pins most of the jump on, the travel and immigration policies ordered by President Trump being harassed by the. TSA or VP while traveling increased questioning extreme vetting of Muslim Americans, while they're traveling questions. That, are intrusive and unconstitutional being asked Kerr founded almost nine percent increase. In hate crimes against Muslims which Rafiki blames in part on the message is coming from the White House actors really emboldened by the administration's threats to ban. Muslims the state attorney general found that hate crimes were. Up seventeen percent, in California but, that's, such crimes against Muslims were flat the administration rejects the idea that it is to blame for fostering and anti Muslim. Attitude and points out the supreme court upheld its most recent, version of a ban on travel from mostly Muslim countries Doug sovereign KCBS. Formal sentencing for the two men convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the ghost ship warehouse fire at Oakland is taking place this morning KCBS Scotland Terry covered the fire And trial proceedings and has this update. Go shit proprietor. Derek l. MENA and co-defendant max Harris will be formally sentenced today in Alameda superior court after the two pleaded no contest to involuntary manslaughter, taking responsibility in essence for, the deaths of thirty six people in the ghost ship warehouse fire that occurred December second twenty sixteen agree to nine years, but with time served and good behavior he'll be behind bars most likely just. Three years l. Menez attorney Brian gets he wants to. Give back to society everything he can for the rest of his life to, make up in some small way for what. Happened Paris agreed to six years and could be out in two in July after the judge accepted the. Please and pronounce the two guilty family members of the victims were visibly shaken outside the courtroom. David Gregory, was the father of twenty year old, Michaela Gregory who perished in the fire not. To be four years or two years with time, served and, we don't feel that In our opinion that was fantastic family members of the victims again, expected to be on hand for today's, proceedings Scotla Terry KCBS. New numbers from the Cal fire this morning, on a. Huge medicine how complex fire show it's still spreading but not as fast as in recent days it's a sign of just how big California's biggest. Wildfire really is an overnight growth of more than three and a half square miles is considered progress the combination of the river and ranch fires near clear lake past the three hundred thousand acre. Mark, yesterday and the Cal fire Cal fire rather continues. To project containment is more than three weeks away just ahead on KCBS saving a little movie, history in the south bay Trying to save you a little time on. The roads right now Georgia's starts out at Mountain View George good morning Rebecca had not such a great morning on the roadways though a number of serious problems like. In Mountain View one zero one northbound at shoreline an accident there is not only jamming up the Bayshore freeway which is really slow. Northbound all the. Way from the Loupe Parkway. It's, also backed up to thirty seven pushed the. Backup all the way back to eight eighty that's a hard slow down and northbound traffic on highway eighty. Five still in, recovery mode heading up toward the Mountain View. From Cupertino the slowest traffic is right on the connector ramp but it's going to be heavy all the way up to. El Camino real if not. A solid backup bay bridge new problems at the toll plaza with a motorcycle accident mean traffic is still, slow means traffic is. Still slow from the well looks like backed up all the way to. West grand on the eight eighty approach and five eighty is backed up Into the MacArthur maze at the Chilton auto body. Cam is John rivers and he's tracking. Problems on, seven eighty four you in Benicia this is gonna be westbound just past six eighty not. Only is your commute, through that stretch delayed are a, whole lot. Of packages this is an overturned UPS delivery van, continues to block the, lanes and the problem is the tow truck. Is just now arriving for this accident happened almost an hour ago and in east contra Costa. East of discovery bay highway for a major injury accident on Victoria island between old river and middle river eastbound lanes are open badly. Backed up westbound lanes are blocked next update one, eighteen traffic leader KCBS easy sunshine again today and it's a spare the air. Day because of smoke from the fires highs in the sixties to nineties more of the same as expected tomorrow right now San Francisco sixty to seventy three in San..

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Yes and the doctors as your guest has recently brought up but i also wonder just what the ethical questions are about the you know these can embryo's about the destruction of these embryos without without any without any recourse for for their potential and so you know i know there's a civil suit happening but i wonder if there are any potential criminal implication for this hospital so i think we can all agree that bureaus have moral status that we treat them differently than we do other objects like a water bottle say right but there is disagreement about what sort of what degree of moral status on what legal status embryos have there are some who believe like the pre one of the previous callers that life begins at conception and embryos have full person hood and therefore should be afforded all of the legal rights that all of the speakers on the show right now have there are others who say yes they have heightened moral status but they shouldn't be given the same sorts of rights that other people have so there's disagreement there we can all agree it's a loss but how do we handle that loss that's how we disagree so some who believe that life begins at conception might want to say this is involuntary manslaughter this is murder this is a very serious crime whereas others want to say this is a loss but our legal system doesn't quite know what to do with this loss are embryos property that doesn't seem quite like the right way of categorizing them but that's sometimes how our legal system handles it because we don't know our our legal system hasn't caught up to the technology yet so it raises some difficult ethical answers questions and i don't unfortunately have all the answers caller clear noted that in many cases more embryos are produced than a couple ends up needing and in covering this story in earlier interational as the technology was developing i'm aware that a lot of families don't quite know what to do they have their family their set they're very happy that the process worked and now there are these longitudinal leave viable entities let's say they don't want them simply thought out and flushed away but they also aren't ready to make them into children either.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"News break involuntary manslaughter charges against five former fraternity members are being dropped in the hazing death of penn state sophomore typically piazza a judge rendered the decision today involving the beta theta pi members they nineteenyearold piazza was heavily intoxicated when he fell several times during a pledge event and died of head and abdominal injuries police are searching for a dangerous and violent ice detainee who managed to escape at new york's jfk airport port authority police say the thirty one year old detainee was in terminal four being transferred from one place to another when he bolted it happened after ice agents removed his handcuffs you go through the xray screener that he was being deported back to his native senegal port st lucie police say two men who claim to be contractors could be suspects in a string of ten construction site burglaries a neighbor was concerned because they were working on sunday i call the guy over and said what do you do he said he was the contractor one of them and they had a problem with something and he was fixing it he says no if you say anything don't hesitate call the police not threehitter because it could be someone breaking in port st lucie police spokesman frank sable is urging residents to keep a close eye on nearby under construction properties blind kids in tallahassee a chance to take part in a traditional easter egg hunt thanks to the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms and the big bend bomb squad the atf says they've assembled dozens of oversized plastic eggs that are rigged to make a beeping sound so the visually impaired children can find them tallahassee beeping easter egg hunt will take place the saturday at.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Think about this thing today and lock prosecutors made mistakes they went for the the the the big prize they went for first degree murder they did not go for involuntary manslaughter much higher barred approve there was enormous political pressure a placed on these prosecutors to deliver the kate stein league case became the case mistakes were made but still i woke up this morning thinking to myself that two years ago the city of san francisco killed kate styling it's a powerful thing to say it is a serious charge but i believe it two years ago the city of san francisco killed kate styling the city of san francisco a sanctuary city allowed this illegal back into their city if that illegal was not in that city that illegal would dot have picked up that gun and as he said accidentally fired at at kate sime he wouldn't have been there he was there because san francisco allowed him there he was there because san francisco the city of san francisco protected him two years ago the city is san francisco killed kate stanley and i kept thinking to myself that yesterday last night yesterday the city san francisco spit on our grave mm that verdict that jury is it's it's it's spitting on her grave and you can sit me down with that illegals defence team and and they can present the case to me that they presented to the jury that this sale legal this homeless ill legal with like a second create education did naveh didn't have a violent criminal history he had a history of drug offenses was afraid of guns didn't really light guns just picked up this gun and axe accidentally shot it and was so afraid after he shot at that the noise aegis tossed vic gun into the water and ran away a complete accident you can go ahead and that's the case that the illegals defence team made it doesn't matter he picked up a gun he pulled the trigger and that bullet killed kate styling he should have been found guilty of homicide manslaughter something phnom sorry that's not a difficult call this is why trump won because there are enough americans left who still believe this stuff shouldn't happen this is why trump won there are still enough americans who believe a guy in this country illegally.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"To stop every single illegal immigrant from coming in even if we all had the conservative dream of every policy we want to stop illegal immigration i gotta stop every one there will still be murders that happened from illegal immigrants and of course there will still be murders that have him from american citizens but we shouldn't choose to import them there's a nice little passed that path there which is to do as much as we can to stop as many as we to from coming here illegally two guys and khanna said him home send back them send back them he's going all my is going to deport him so we don't have to worry about him no i mean he's gulf fully going to prison first uh yeah for illegal possession of a firearm and it's still could be a a few years right yeah that's about it yeah yeah which is in this case a masing for what white for what he did how how how is it see i and this is a serious question how is it not involuntary manslaughter if i am driving down the road i don't even have a gun if i'm driving down the road and i you know i'm looking down at my cell phone and i kill somebody i get involuntary manslaughter will it wasn't my intent i didn't mean to kill anybody i just happened to look down at my phone aussies damn phones we should ban foams in cars yeah but you also shouldn't have a phone in your car and look at it while you're driving and you know what it doesn't matter you killed some one and so that's why there's involuntary manslaughter i don't understand it california i it the go back a.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on WCTC

"You know we you and i spent some time this week talking about you know for example tax reform and and just looking forward to the 2018 of the election because of the debate that goes on all the time that if they don't get tax reform done does this mean that the republicans are doomed in 2018 and 2020 in as trump toast and everything else right and then you know the verdict comes along uh last night in the kate stein louis uh killing and it's brought up again why trump won that you know we can get into the manusha of the tax bill but in all likelihood 2018 is not going to be decided as to whether uh the uh the uh trigger was found to violate senate rules and therefore the tax rates will go down for six or seven years and come back up again in all likelihood that's now i'm not saying that that won't affect some people in how they vote but the majority if you look at the change in this country and why donald trump is president it's exactly the response of what you've got last night to that decision and not talking about the specific decision itself even though there are great questions and the the first great question i i saw when you on this case that again i devon follow the core case very closely but when you look of what we know about it the question why not involuntary manslaughter at the minimum why not that would be the question that i would ask the the jurors because at that point what you're saying is somebody who's actually has a criminal record as he had a long criminal record right picked up a gun in accidentally fired it um and that really goes beyond uh too many people of of of any type of in a reasonable explanation that it just doesn't cut it so but that's the case over that that's the case overall and will probably find out more bought it i'm sure probably some jury members will be interviewed as to why they did it uh the judge actually sealed the names of the jurors also won't come out no okay well let's say decide to talk and.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KKAT

"The mall across america eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara you know we we you and i spent some time this week talking about you know for example tax reform and then just looking forward to the 2018 a election because of the debate that goes on all the time that if they don't get tax reform done does this mean that the republicans are doomed in 2018 and 2020 in as trump toast and everything else right and then you know the verdict comes along uh last night in the kate stanley uh killing an it's brought up again why trump won that you know we can get into the manusha of the tax bill but in all likelihood 2018 is not going to be decided as to whether uh the uh the uh trigger was found to violate senate rules and uh therefore the tax rates will go down for six or seven years and come back up again in all likelihood that's not i'm not saying that that won't affect some people in how they vote but the majority if you look at the change in this country and why donald trump is president it's exactly the response of what you've got last night to that decision and not talking about the specific decision itself hilo there are great questions and the the first great question i i saw one at you on this case that again i devon follow the core case very closely but when you look of what we know about it the question why not involuntary manslaughter at the minimum why not that would be the question that i would ask the the jurors because at that point what you're saying is somebody who's actually has a criminal record as he had a long criminal record crime picked up a gun accidentally fired it um and that really goes beyond uh too many people of of of any type of in a reasonable explanation that it just doesn't cut it so but that's the case over that that's the case overall and will probably find out more bought it i'm sure probably some jury members will be interviewed as to why they did it uh the judge actually seal the names of the jurors also won't come out no okay i want less a decided.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Know we we you and i spent some time this week talking about you know for example tax reform in and just looking forward to the 2018 a up a election because of the debate that goes on all the time that if they don't get tax reform done does this mean that the republicans are doomed in 2018 and 2020 in as trump toast and everything else right and then you know the verdict comes along uh last night in the kate stanley uh killing an it's brought up again why trump won that you know we can get into the manusha of the tax bill but in all likelihood 2018 is not going to be decided as to whether uh the uh the uh trigger was found to violate senate rules and therefore the tax rates will go down for six or seven years and come back up again in all likelihood that's now i'm not saying that that won't affect some people in how they vote but the majority if you look at the change in this country and why donald trump is president it's exactly the response of what you've got last night to that decision and not talking about the specific decision itself hilo there are great questions and the the first great question i i saw one at you on this case that again i devon follow the core case very closely but when you look of what we know about it the question why not involuntary manslaughter at the minimum why not that would be the question that i would ask the the jurors because at that point what you're saying is somebody who's actually has a criminal record as he had in a long criminal record right picked up a gun accidentally fired it um and that really goes beyond uh too many people of of of any type of in a reasonable explanation that it just doesn't cut it so but that's the case over that that's.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on Life of the Law

"And and the prosecutor will often when when looking at a homicide case will think what can i proof what is the jury going to go for are they really going to believe that that there was intent here and and this is how how they structure it and the jury actually has the freedom uh some of our listeners might remember a few years ago the oscar grant case where the police officer was charged with murder and eventually a convicted for for only involuntary manslaughter the jury can convicted for lesser uh for lesser included a fence so if they don't think that you've managed to prove the level of intent for the offence the person was charged with they can they can convict them for hamas said a fence with a lesser level of intent right the district attorney in this case did not think he could prove seconddegree murder beyond a reasonable doubt the federal prosecutor's we don't really know if they believe they could prove it but they just they wanted to go to trial basically is that that's my understanding of it in that that force them to take a plea ba i thought i thought that was sort of a strategy on their part or a my misreading the right and this is something that we talk about professionally as overcharging is it you it's it's basically a game of chicken is the best way to explain it is you charge someone with with something very very severe and you were betting on the fact that they're going to be scared of the possible consequences if they go to trial as opposed to as opposed to you getting scared of the fact that you're not going to be able to prove anything in the person's going to get acquitted and because the odds are stacked know so highly against the defendant there's a huge incentive on the part of the defendant to plead guilty and you're basically gambling on that with the charges so what we want in the world's any of those who have to do justice exactly it's it's a it's a good question and and it's something i i just marvel whenever i read these technical laws and i look at the enhancements and i'm thinking.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"National transportation safety board has started its investigation in a natural gas explosion that killed two people at a minneapolis school the damage was was extensive to the to the building and we will await determination from the proper 30s that it it is safe because we will have to go inside the building and on it really make a determination what happened christopher hearts with the national transportation safety board said there's a reason the ntsb is involved we have done in in the last five years almost twenty investigations of natural gas explosions involving commercial residential or multiuse buildings so we we do look at anything that involve that building were very interested in that part adds don't look for any final report any anytime soon it's hard to know it depends on the complex the accident is hard at this early stage to know how complex this one is going to be but art says the investigators looking into whether against me peter moved would be the problem this is town hall dot com a young woman who as a teenager encouraged her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself in dozens of text messages and told him to get back in a truck filled with toxic gas was sentenced thursday by bristol county massachusetts juvenile court judge lawrence modise scudder a guilty fighting have an anti on indictment shocking you the involuntary manslaughter of conroy the theory now sentences u two and a half years in a bristol county house of correction conrad roy says the two thousand fourteen suicide of his son has caused untold pain coco is myths beyond measure is family misses him his sister's miss his friends with them and i miss them we shall carter was convicted in june by judges had our final instruction to conroy to the third caused his death carter was 17 when roy who was eighteen was found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning in july of two thousand fourteen news and analysis at town hall dot.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"You might wanna deserves up its graphic we talk about bullying all the time in massachusetts in massachusetts use found guilty of involuntary manslaughter masschusetts involuntary manslaughter can be brought when an individual causes the death of another person buying game ageing and behavior that is considered reckless enough to cause harm the worst girlfriend in the world originally tried to talk her boyfriend out of committing suicide and then eventually said you know what pine do it do it get back in the truck do it do as y'all have is going to make you happy do put me on the phone i'll listen do it because beats breaking up should she have been found guilty of a crime saw a lot of people believed no now she and do anything wrong he took it upon himself he chose the follower direction he chose he had he knew what the choices were and he shows she did nothing she knew he was killing himself and didn't even call the cops rick you're on six seventy kboi go ahead rick fehr pepper or bam slower epa cars a classified and the same class as murder right uh you know what i'm not i'm not a lawyer guy it's a it's a homicide well all right i don't know about murder but it's a homicide show and and i i would i also a murder patient bought the part paying their own murderer but uh uh but she did she contribute to that i share meanwhile are and are and he hit the air she did not and a away tried to oh helped him up your ira or story most state however have a requirement that if you know a crime happened they you're supposed to report a crime omission laws and so i think i think he did uh contributed to go there because of her and action but schick it apparent providing action and in it interesting i appreciate the call by i appreciate the call i out of the gate i one out of the gate i thought this honestly gives a tragic night of this discussion i thought this was going.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"For for ten minutes and then it will all be over the record shows that conrad gets out of the truck and then send her a message and she says you should get back in the truck if i recall from the coverage i heard they were on the phone and we don't at they the police don't have like a audio of the phone call kazan really how it works but she sent a tax to a friend saying i told him to get back in the truck so that's the that's the fact that an i heard and he does in fact get back in in the in the truck there was a trial there is a one does a to paragraph one page verdict that just says in in which michelle carter is found guilty on the indictment charging her with involuntary manslaughter of whom we friend comraderie the third and then the analysis just says this court further finds as to said indictment that the commonwealth has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that michelle carter's a youthful offenders that term is defined in the law and that she's a judge to be useful offender on the state so literally that's all it says weighed the evidence having applied the laws of the commonwealth of massachusetts to said evidence finds michelle carter guilty on the indictment charging her with involuntary manslaughter so the first kind of legal question is what's on voluntary thackeray example hours in ask okay again so in massachusetts this is the massachusetts general law chapter two 65 section thirteen and this is where we started to go off the rails on the discussion show yesterday because the relevant provisions of involuntary manslaughter here is section one an unlawful killing that was unintentionally caused as a result of the defendants wanton or reckless conduct.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Am six thirty coming up in 30 minute diamond and self give us their unique take on well on the news of the week the status of the trump investigation and russia how things are in washington from their perspective lots of fun with diamond and so coming up but i in this court having reviewed the evidence and apply the law to now finds you guilty on the indictment jogging you with the involuntary manslaughter of the person roy the third court further far that the call has proven beyond reasonable doubt that you are the youthful offender and you are jewish show at this time that is the verdict read this morning by the judge in the case of michelle harder now for those of you who haven't been paying attention michelle carter seventeen years old at the time along with her 18yearold boyfriend roy they had had many different text message exchanges over the fact that her boyfriend roy wanted to commit suicide and she's sent several texts encouraging him to do so giving him support to end his life and she has now been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter now a dog get into the details of this in some of the text that she sent and some of the evidence that suggested that she she listen i don't think there's any doubt about this she egged him on and as she was a participant in this suicide i think the vets fair to say she didn't pull the trigger she didn't do you know touch a weapon she didn't she did give him some advice on how to carry it out but again never nothing physical nothing happened just her encouragement and some would say manipulation of this young man who had had previous suicide attempts and i want to hear from you if you agree with that if you agree that she is guilty of something like manslaughter or maybe even murder eight eight six zero nine six two five triple eight sixty.

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"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"involuntary manslaughter" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of a girl who encouraged her former boyfriend to kill himself and now it's in the courts and she's been charged with the visit involuntary manslaughter manslaughter yeah sure yeah one of those lower involuntary manslaughter charges that to the prosecutor sank text messages show she was neccessary and the defense what she wasn't even there when he goes at but my goodness we've seen now hundreds of texts basically and and right up to the time he killed himself even to the point where he was about to do it and he said he just wasn't in she said will you said you were going to do it i don't get like why you aren't and he said i don't get it either i don't know clearly can fused and quote of you somebody to say hey get a hold of your senses don't do this i'll be right over or call somebody or something instead she encouraged him right through the time that he killed himself he even got out of a car truck whatever that he was running to get the carbon monoxide poisoning he got out she told him to get right back in there that is i saw her on television for the first time 18yearold michelle carter right i felt i was looking at the face of the devil himself that's how i felt when i looked at it well it certainly is a it's an interesting legal question when you get into the the cold legal facts because it was a suicide heated and kill them with her hands or or with poison he killed himself and so the question is can encouraging someone to kill themselves be a homicide type crime i think it has to be some form or another of some criminal activity because if somebody is emotionally disturbed which this young man obviously was and you help them do harm to themselves or someone else i think you bear some responsibility melt see that's exactly the question that the jury will decide and we'll.

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