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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I think the last district attorney Jackie Lacey Woz. You know, quite open and, um Willing to implementation that she did. She had a lot of initiative that she came in with on the heels of her predecessors. Cooley, who was also known as the Reformers, DEA in Los Angeles, and he was beloved by People on the left and the right because he showed a willingness to reform the criminal strikes law by policy even before the Legislature and the voters caught up to his changes. And she pushed the envelope further with regard to reform with some of her innovative ideas about child sex workers and mental health courts. And wiping records clean for people who have been convicted of marijuana charges and a host of other things that she did. So it is just not true that the district attorney's office is sort of stuck in the past and that we're, you know, hard charging traditional tough on crime prosecutors. I think we are one of the more liberal big city prosecutorial agencies in the country at least prior to this during the so called progressive the aides who have been elected to some of the other larger cities around the country. Deputy D a. John McKinny. Thank you much for your insights, and we appreciate your time is always and we appreciate what you do there every day. I appreciate you guys. Thanks for having me absolutely. Well, when we come back, we got some or we'll talk more about this guy's house boxy of away. We've got more on this covert lab investigation from up in the Santa Clarita Valley. A new lab that is, people are sleeping on the jobs. That's not good. That's not good. You shouldn't be sleeping at all Carrying channel will continue in just a moment later, Mohammed has.

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Los Angeles Police Investigating Granada Hills Shooting, Attempted Carjacking Involving Lacey’s Security Team

KFBK Garden Show

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Police Investigating Granada Hills Shooting, Attempted Carjacking Involving Lacey’s Security Team

"No new deaths are reported. Security team for L. A County district attorney Jackie Lacey is involved in an officer involved shooting yesterday. Officials say the incident took place when a security officer had exited the vehicle near Lacey's Granada Hills home and two suspects pulled up in a car. One of the suspects tried to take the empty security vehicle and officers opened fire. The

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Los Angeles County DA's security officer fires at carjacking suspects near her home

ABC News Perspective

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles County DA's security officer fires at carjacking suspects near her home

"For L. A County district attorney Jackie Lacey is involved in an officer involved shooting yesterday. Officials say the incident took place when a security officer had exited the vehicle near Lacey's Granada Hills home and two suspects pulled up in a car. One of the suspects tried to take the empty security vehicle and officers opened fire. The suspects fled from the scene without being struck. Black

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Los Angeles PD Investigating Granada Hills Shooting, Attempted Carjacking Involving Lacey’s Security Team

Dark Secret Place

02:48 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles PD Investigating Granada Hills Shooting, Attempted Carjacking Involving Lacey’s Security Team

"See burglary is at granada hills the residents of da. Jackie lacey and wait. Wanted me to try it. I hate doing this on the air. I gotta tell you. I don't know how to bring the phone up on there. Can you bring them up. We got him on hold. We'll get a minute second. Oh well. I mean we'll get right now okay. He's calling now. we got to. Don't talk to him now. can you bring up. let let's try real quick Hey brian how you doing pal. You are and granada hills. Jackie lacey's residents right. Yeah right down the street. yeah so So here's here's what i found out. I was able to as a crime spree or many crime spree in palmdale a carjacking crime spree. Looks like a couple of people presumably two guys Were stealing cars and making their way down and ended up in granada hills. Now the only missing piece of this puzzle is how a member of jackie lacey's security detail in led investigator and then. That's not absolutely yet. That was an assumption made by another outlet but they are reporting that it would appear that a member of security detail somehow intervening And there was a carjacking was happening down the street from here and the individuals crashed the car. They were was as they were trying to get away. So let me rewind the so this is just a i guess. A random thing that that originated in beyond bill and it just happened to to end in granada hills real. Yes yes it has. From what i'm told now by two different agencies. That has nothing to do with jackie. Lacey or associated. Jackie lacey. this is just merely a date was characterized me and say mini crime spree that started earlier today and ended in granada hills with With a crash of a vehicle As they were trying to get away. Yeah probably not gonna get a lot of sympathy from the prosecutors Disturbing the the county slade though. There's a new regime coming jerk stoned. Well well so are their arrest in chaps in custody and the whole deal What we're told us the two individuals got away so there does so the way this breaks down is since it started in palmdale so the. La county sheriff's department will investigate that component of it but then lapd's robbery homicide division as we refer to it as hd is investigating the officer involved shooting since da investigator opened fire in la granada hills in the city of los angeles. Yeah right so they're going to investigate that component of it. But i'm told that it's also very likely that because of the scope of it. The county sheriff's department. We'll probably take over. The whole thing

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Criminal justice reformer unseats Los Angeles district attorney

Morning Edition

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Criminal justice reformer unseats Los Angeles district attorney

"Has defeated incumbent Jackie Lacey in the race for L. A county district attorney. I have spent my entire life in politics over 30 years of that. Before I was a D A for nine years and policing. I am very committed to command the safety, but I'm committed to doing the right Gascogne spoke with Casey R W's greater layabout his agenda as the new D A. He's the former district attorney of San Francisco and has been praised by some on the left as a progressive advocating for criminal justice reform and police reform. His wind follows the summer protest nationwide against police violence and racial injustice. Gascogne is a former police officer serving for many years on the empty but he says he will investigate officer involved shootings. It's actually good for the police officers is good for prosecutors is good for all of us to make sure that the public feels that this governmental agencies they're going to be working for them and that when there is wrongdoing that people are going to be held accountable. He also promises to work on ways to avoid unnecessary incarceration. You're listening to morning edition in 1980

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Had to be escorts of election employees away. Some of the protesters try to break into the building where votes were being counted, But officials say the protest was peaceful and no one was arrested. News brought to you by cutting dental group. The race for L, A county district attorney is still undecided but leaning heavily toward Jackie Lacey's challenger, George Gascon. Gascon is more than 200,000 votes ahead of Lacey and holds around 54%. Of the votes that have been counted so far. A town in Orange County is preparing for Change it hasn't seen in a long time City councilman Vicinity. Sarmento is on track to be the first new mayor Santana has seen in 26 years, the county registrar's office website shows. Sarmento has the majority of the votes that have been counted so far, and officials says they won't really know until possibly late November as many more ballots need to be counted as they come in. Mayor Miguel Palate, though, who has termed out has been on the city Council since 1986 and served as mayor since 1990 for Sorrento has been on the council since 2007. He's ahead of five other candidates in Orange County, Rob Newton KO Phi Noose backers of a campaign to mandate that L. A county spent a certain amount of money on alternatives to jail and social services have declared victory. The measure would require the county to spend 10% of its unrestricted budget on specific services. They might need a mental health treatment. They might need some In treatment Supervisor Sheila Kill, says the money can't go to jail for law enforcement agencies such as the Sheriff's Department, which has sheriff in a wave of criticizing the measure is a de funding of his department. That is just a lie, and they know it's a lie. That spending requirement will phase into place with the 2020 for budget. Chris and Carl. Okay, fine news..

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You their E. R. S o. I got invented federal judges. Well. There was a riot in Portland officially a riot because the Mahatma County Sheriff's office declared a riot at about seven o'clock last night. These are people Well. Ostensibly it was a protest against the Trump campaign, filing all these lawsuits and trying to stop the vote. And then, of course you had some people start smashing windows that businesses Of course it was. But this is Portland to post they've had protest every single night for five months now, straight since the killing without a George Floyd, and it's no longer stopping the vote. Because I do believe that the the lawsuits administration has realized the voting is over. It's hard to stop the vote when you can't vote anymore. Now it's the recount Ah, and its invalidating the count of the vote. I guess it is invalidating the vote itself. So that's fair, man. You know what's stopping the vote? I'm gonna go back and say, Yeah, that's fair. Because if you are invalidating a vote, you stop that vote. Remember being counted. That may have happened in Portland, It was much less writing much more protest ng and celebrating but still declared an unlawful assembly in downtown L a last night. So this apparently with a bunch of black lives matter, activists who were celebrating the potential defeat the D, a Jackie Lacey to George Gascogne, and they all took to the streets of L. A LAPD.

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KCRW

"That's how he described himself when compared to Jackie Lacey. Of course, Jackie Lacey Punishments gas Going, sees himself as a reformer. He says he understands the concerns brought up here by black lives matter. L A and he's going to do something about it when he gets into office now. As you mentioned the outset, they are still votes to be counted. But with that seven point advantage, Gaston looks like he is on his way. If things stay as they are now to a victory, and he's primed to do something to address the concerns off this movement, moving that, by the way, has been hammering Jackie Lacey outside her office here in downtown Los Angeles. For years for years for sure. You know, Lacey does trail gas going by about 200,000 votes, and they're, as you say, are still ballots left to count. But in spite of that, our people on the streets they're expecting a winner to be announced tonight. That's a good question. I mean, I spoke with folks and in my course of interviewing them, they were very confident that Gascogne had already won this election. Now again, we don't know that for certain the speakers who are addressing the audience, certainly a little bit more cautious about calling the race. But definitely this feels like a celebration, a culmination. Lydia sigh of relief for this movement that yes, they were ableto actually enact some sort of change, especially as the top at that target the job. That's top prosecutor here in Los Angeles, right? What you say It's sort of maybe a sigh of relief, and that may be a pause in what's happening with the movement. But what do you think is next for this movement? You know, as we said earlier, the goal from BLM was not just about Removing Lacey from office, right? You're absolutely right. And this has been brought up here over and over again tonight. Lacey has just stepped one for this movement. What's next? Is the whole officers accountable for what this crowd and for what.

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Update On Congressional District Race in Los Angeles

The John Phillips Show

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Update On Congressional District Race in Los Angeles

"Congressional races in the country continued to be here in Southern California. The race is still neck and neck between Harley Ruda and Michelle Steele in Orange County. Same story for Mike Garcia and Kristy Smith in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. It's also a close race between young Kim and Gilson arrows in the district that straddles parts of Orange, Los Angeles and San Bernadino counties. Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey has lost a progressive challenger, George Gascogne. He's a former L, A police officer and San Francisco DEA.

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George Gascon Leading Jackie Lacey In Race For Los Angeles District Attorney

Morning Edition

01:06 min | 2 years ago

George Gascon Leading Jackie Lacey In Race For Los Angeles District Attorney

"Night at the zoo. Many of the contest, though, are still too close to tall and that was clearly on the minds of voters and party officials as case here, W's Benjamin Gottlieb reports. It is without a doubt, A very strange scene here at the zoo. I'm standing in the parking lot right where the 1 34 and the five intersects. You see, rows of cars pointed toward a big blowup screen watching MSNBC and the presidential results. This event put on by the way, Democrats hosted a number of the candidates they've supported, including David Room, who's running to defend his fourth City Council district seats, and George Gascon, who's challenging Jackie Lacey for district attorney as well as several other candidates. The sentiment here amongst voters and party officials is cautious optimism. While California is reliably blue. And many of the folks here are confident that their candidates will win the local races and the state balance there is concern about the presidential race, and you can see it amongst the supporters and also the Democratic staff. Reporting from Griffith Park for K C W I'm

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Los Angeles DA Jackie Lacey defends decisions not to prosecute officers involved in fatal shootings

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Los Angeles DA Jackie Lacey defends decisions not to prosecute officers involved in fatal shootings

"Of law enforcement supporting me because they trust me. I'm fair. I do prosecute law enforcement officers. I don't prosecute him for political reasons in order to get an office and to stay in office, and I think it's important for people to remember that at the Lake County District attorney's office has never looked the other way. We do in fact, look at these cases, but they're challenging their difficult. L. A District attorney Jackie Lacey during an ABC seven debate over the weekend, defending her decisions not to prosecute officers involved in fatal shootings During her eight years in office. Lacey is vying for a third term as head of the nation's largest local prosecutor's office. But she is facing her biggest challenge. Yet her opponent is former San Francisco D A and former LAPD assistant chief George Gascon. He is running as a progressive prosecutor and says more needs to be done to address racial bias in law enforcement. They're systemic racism of the system, systemic racism that comes from the very creation along force in this country, which was deeply and better in the institution of slavery and continue that way for many years to come. It is no accident. When you look at our jails and prisons, you see that they're mostly populated. White, black and brown people. It is no accident. When you see the use of police deadly force. Most of the time. The recipient of the force are black and brown people. In the wake of nationwide protests over high profile police killings this year. How to prosecute police misconduct is now the central issue in the race.

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"O R on Twitter and instagram at Mr Mo Kelly, M r M o k E l l Y And if you've been paying attention to the L A D A's race, it is fascinating in many ways. Jackie Lacey running for re election. And when she got the position, she was the first African American woman to be D. A and she was thought to be Or was going to be a reformer of police. She was from the local community. She was educated in the South land and at least how she Brent, her original campaign. She was going to be a reformer. Then she got into the office and then reality sets in. And and here's the reality. I think that People are loath to admit it. And most of the criticism against Lacey has to do with the prosecution of police officers who are accused of engaging in unlawful police con conduct and also dragging her feet as faras pursuing certain prosecutions of people like Ed Book who was a Democratic Um ah Contributor financial contributor. Those were the main criticisms of Jackie Lacey. But here's the problem with such expectations, at least in regard to prosecuting police officers. We can not Keep expecting. District attorneys and depending on where you live, it could be county in nature could be city in nature. We can't expect these prosecutors to work with police departments Monday through Thursday. And then on Friday turnaround and prosecute some of those same police officers. That they have these relationships with. You can't do it. I mean, that's kind of the whole point of having internal affairs. You don't have the police investigating the police would be a conflict of interest. And a district attorney is an extension if you will. Of the Justice Department, in the sense of is not a member of the LAPD, but they work in such close proximity to each other. It would seemingly be A conflict of interest, and I think it was served both parties. When I say both parties it would give at least the appearance of a degree of objectivity. And you have a better chance at having results, which would be Maura above reproach. You don't necessarily have to feel that the district attorney is in the bag for police. I think that would be one thing to solve the problem. But the reason I'm talking about this is L. A mayor Eric Garcetti. He's done what politicians do they follow their own interests, and he has removed his endorsement of Jackie Lacey, and now put it on her opponent. George Gascogne in this contentious D a race And if you know anything about Gascon, he's a former member ofthe LVPD. Former San Francisco A D A. And now this race, which is something I've been following very closely If you would have asked me. In fact, I was asked on Fox 11 back in March. Whether Jackie Lacey had any chance to lose. I would have said no. In fact, in that primary, she got more than 50% of the votes before the night was over. And It just seemed like she was going to be a shoo in to win. And as time has progressed and because they've been mohr protest because we've seen Mohr of a presence of black lives matter and their connection specifically to this race. It has made it politically untenable for Eric Garcetti and interned, Um Jackie Lacey into a toxic figure as Faras Association. So politically, I get it. Why? Eric? Guard City is basically saying, Jackie, I can't be seen in public with you anymore. You're just, you know, not popular enough. You're gonna make it very difficult for me to run for reelection. I get that That's the politics of it. What is really, though strange is the boldness in which she said You know what? Jackie Lacey even though I Did endorse you a few months ago. You know what? I'm going to go ahead and un endorse you and take the next step and endorse your opponent. It's not unusual to see someone pull back their endorsement. It is really unusual to see an endorsement UN endorsement and then endorsed the competition. And so Eric Garcetti is now supporting Jack George Gascogne in this D a race which is just weird to me. Given how it's come to this point, you have to really be, um You have to be politically toxic for a mayor to do that, because He's not going to get any support from Jackie Lacey ever again. So the mayor better hope. Jackie Lacey loses or this is going to be real difficult for him going forward so that that was something that you should really watch. I originally thought that Jackie Lacey, there's no chance that she was going to lose. Now the political winds are all moving against her in a perception since that also the case against her husband for pulling a gun on black lives matter. At like five in the morning. Didn't help and people may be on two sides of the argument whether he should, whether he could weather was legal or not. All I'm saying is, it's bad for anyone running for re election. That's the point because politics is mostly about perception. How people feel about you not who you are, how people feel about you. And at this point Most in City Hall will probably tell you Jackie Lacey is a liability for them. And so people are keep, you know, growing Lee distant and moving away from her, But I don't remember a time in which the mayor has endorsed one D a Pull that endorsement and then turn around and immediately endorse an opponent just because of the political winds. Really weird. This is super hyper local Sunday of Mo Kelly in for Brian Suits, Kay if I am 6 40. We're live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Dani Max has the news. We're.

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Harvey Weinstein faces new sexual assault charge in Los Angeles

NPR News Now

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Harvey Weinstein faces new sexual assault charge in Los Angeles

"Convicted rapist and former movie producer Harvey Weinstein who became the face of the METOO movement faces new charges in Los Angeles NPR's Rose Freeman reports Angeles district attorney. Jackie Lacey announced six new charges of forcible rape and forcible oral copulation against Weinstein. He was already facing multiple charges in La. This brings the total to eleven they relate to five victims in crimes alleged to have occurred over a decade ago. Weinstein is already serving a twenty three year sentence in new. York after being convicted of multiple sex crimes prosecutors. In Los Angeles want to have them extradited to La. If convicted in L. A., once team could face an additional hundred and forty years to life sentence an extradition hearing is set for December in

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Suspect charged in ambush-style shooting of 2 Los Angeles sheriff's deputies

John McGinness

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Suspect charged in ambush-style shooting of 2 Los Angeles sheriff's deputies

"A suspect a suspect in the ambush shooting of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies earlier this month in Compton is facing attempted murder charges. The arrest of 36 year old Deante Lee Murray was announced earlier today by Sheriff Alex Villanueva in L. A county district attorney Jackie Lacey. The two officers were in a cruiser outside the Metro Compton Blue Line on September 12th when a man walked up to the car and open fire. Both officers were treated for critical injuries and have since been

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Arrest made in ambush shooting of two Los Angeles deputies

The John Phillips Show

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Arrest made in ambush shooting of two Los Angeles deputies

"A man is under arrest accused of that point blank ambush shooting that left to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies wounded and Compton, says L. A district attorney, Jackie Lacey. This morning, my office filed attempted murder charges against Jeon Tae Lee Murray in the shooting of these two deputies. As you know. The deputies were seated in their patrol car outside a Compton train station when they were ambushed and shot at close range. Lacey says Murray has been in police custody sense. A suspected Carjacking case ended in his arrest several days after the shooting. The suspect is expected in court today.

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Convicted Felon Deonte Murray Charged In Compton Ambush Shooting Of 2 LA Deputies

The John Phillips Show

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Convicted Felon Deonte Murray Charged In Compton Ambush Shooting Of 2 LA Deputies

"Under arrest accused of that point blank ambush shooting that left to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies wounded in Compton Deante Lee Murray is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder. We have deliberately chosen the charges that we believe we can prove As the case progresses, you know, In any case of this nature, we expect more witnesses maybe will come forward Ella County District Attorney Jackie Lacey. The suspect was already in custody. He's also been charged with crimes related to a Carjacking that was viewed across L A. A few days after the shooting of the deputies, L. A County sheriff's Department captain Ken Wagner talked about the huge reward being offered for information leading to the suspect's arrest. So there there Ah, number of people who have Offered rewards, and we have received a great deal of information of people who will likely have some claim to that reward. In other

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KCRW

"Look like in Los Angeles, and they don't believe Jackie Lacey can be part of that. Now that makes room for Lacey's opponent in the November 3rd election. Former San Francisco district attorney George Gascogne, who's positioning himself as the progressive alternative. But he also faces criticism for unprosecuted police killings and other decisions on his record. KCR W's Jerome Campbell spoke to backers of each candidate and others interested in this race about what's at stake, and he's here with us right now. Hey, Jerome. Hey, Steve. So lay it out for us to Rome. How do Jackie Lacey and George Gascogne compare Well. Both of them have served as D A's and have had long careers in the criminal justice system. Lacey was an attorney in the Los Angeles district attorney's office since 1986 and then got elected to run the office in 2012. Gascogne was appointed D a in San Francisco in 2011 and decided not to seek re election in 2018. He also served as an assistant police chief in L. A. As well as a police chief in Mesa, Arizona and San Francisco. They both have also taken a lot of heat on their records on how they've been handling. Police kill ex. Both candidates have not been Bringing charges against officers who have killed people. Let's start with Jackie Lacey. In one notable case, a man named Rosario Mac, who was at the Baldwin Hills shopping centre was shot and killed by LAPD. L. A's own Police commission found the officers violated policy because they shot Mac while he was already down, and Lacey still did not pursue charges against those officers. Man in San Francisco. There was also a controversial case where a man named Mario Woods was killed by police. But prosecutors said there was insufficient evidence for the shooting. Gascogne did not bring up tried this against those officers, either. All right, Jerome. So how do the candidates address? Not charging these officers who have killed people. You mentioned one where the guy was already down. Things like that. I mean, people have been protesting against Police violence for eight years now voters I would suspect really want an explanation about this, right? Yeah, well lacing Gascogne have said that the lives right and makes it hard to charge officers. But Gascogne is the only candidate who's brought up a solution. He's appointed a strongly ray inversion of stay Assembly Bill 3 92, which would have barred law enforcement from using deadly force unless they don't have any other option. What happened to that bill to a B 392? Well, that bill ended up losing a lot of its teeth and was weakened through amendments, but Gascon is pushing himself as the progressive candidate in this race. And here he is talking about it with an interview with Casey R. W's Madeleine brand from February, people being poor living in a tent of via mentally ill in the street. It's not a solution of the criminal justice system is going a half good answers to. He's also about reducing mass incarceration, getting rid of cash, bail and increasing mental health services, especially when a large portion of our inmates in L. A county face mental health issues. Gascogne also co authored prop 47, which changed several non violent felonies to misdemeanors, which is a big push in the criminal justice reform movement, because people will be serving less jail time for those misdemeanors. Well. Jackie Lacey is the first African American DEA in L. A county, the first woman to serve in that role. She also have the support of her predecessor who was a Republican Steve Cooley. Anna and I wonder the fact Jerome that she is the first black woman to serve in this role that that positioned her to be a reformer. Well, that was how she initially sort of framed herself even in this election. She said that she was more of a tempered reformers. She was going to bring some changes, but incrementally and a lot of her accomplishments are definitely more with the office on the line Order side. She's been in the office in 2012. And just last year, she added the mental health division of the DA's office to address mental health in the jail system, and this year she dismissed tens of thousands of marijuana convictions. Here's Lacey from another conversation with Madeleine Brand. I'm progressive. I'm just my attitude is, though I care about the safety of the community, and I think it's important that when you implement progressive ideas that they be ideas that are well thought out, uh and well implemented so that you don't have people hurt or don't have, uh, the safety of your community to tearing. Now, Some of her critics say these changes air coming conveniently close to the election. She still faces heat for her position on the death penalty. She's sent 22 people to death rows, and she's been in office, all of them people of color. Meanwhile, 51% of the county voted to repeal the death penalty in 2017 with prop 62 So Jackie Lacey didn't have enough support in L. A to win the primary race outright. In March, she came just under 50% that pushed her into this runoff coming up with George Gascogne. Since then, the black lives matter. Movement really took off in the wake of the George Floyd killing in Minneapolis. Where is where is Lacey support coming from now? Whoa! Mostly coming from the establishment. She's got people like city attorney, My fewer U. S Congressman Adam Schiff, as well as the Los Angeles Police Protective League, The elope union. Lazy support is essentially want a steady hand for the department and someone who won't be swayed by protesters. Or at least that's what former councilman and police chief Bernard Parks says who endorsed Jackie Lacey. Here he is. When you think about the impact that the D A's office makes on the lives of everyone in the L, A town you would expect you're going to try to put a person in with a proven record of success, as opposes, saying, I got some ideas, and I'd like to try them on you guys. Meanwhile, Gascogne is supported by many Democratic organizations both locally and in Northern California. Plus Senator Bernie Sanders and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, which comes as no surprise, considering he took her seat as the San Francisco de Ay when she was elected as California's attorney general in 2010. So in November, there going to be a lot of folks obviously watching to see if President Trump gets re elected. That's the big race in November, but but also if you're watching here in Ella, this race, the D A's race, maybe Justus important to you. I mean, this race could affect how how you experience the city. Exactly. I mean, you don't get to vote for the police chief, or whether a police officer is charged for a killing..

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The C suite focused on results driven by mission purpose and values. Consultants collective dot net. This's the California report. Good morning. I'm Lily Jamali. We begin in Los Angeles, where District Attorney Jackie Lacey faces a tight race for re election in November. Will that raise just got more complicated for Lacey? Now that California Attorney General have Yerba Sarah? It's filing criminal charges against Lacy's husband. Here. Now with more is the California report. Sal Gonzalez. Hey, saw Haley. The charges stem from an episode in March when Jackie Lacy's husband, David Lacey, pulled a gun on black lives matter. Demonstrators who had gathered at the front door of the couples home in a video of the incident taken by one of the protestors, Lacey could be seen pointing the weapon of protesters and saying this I will shoot. You get off my porch, Jackie Lacey, that we're here. I'm here who you are. Theatre Knee General's office's charge. Lacey, with three misdemeanor counts of assault with a firearm on arraignment is scheduled for later this month. Many police reform activists have long opposed district Attorney Jackie Lacey. They say she hasn't done enough to investigate and prosecute cops involved in excessive use of force and shooting incidents. The charges against Lacy's husband come as she faces a tough reelection campaign. Lacey's opponent is George Gascon. The former D A. Of San Francisco Gascon is campaigning is a progressive criminal justice reform er, lily. Thank you Song staying in Southern California in the inland Empire. Firefighters are starting to get a handle on the Apple fire, the state's largest play so far this year. It's now 30% contained. State fire officials say the fires burned more than 27,000 acres since hot such from a malfunctioning vehicle sparked it on Friday. 12 buildings have been destroyed and some evacuations remain in place. Support for the California report comes from the California Earthquake Authority, urging Californians to prepare to survive and recover from the next damaging earthquake. Learn more at earthquake.

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And afternoons. Bob Williams News 93.1 KFBK about your forecast today. We're looking at partly sunny skies this morning and we'll have a high of 82 degrees in the Valley today, tomorrow high of 87 in the Valley and on Friday high of 91 degrees. Rather pleasant three day forecast. OK, time now for news from your neighborhood. Albert Parnell joins us. Somebody have Yes, I have this coming out of the no Thomas Buzz. So plans for a new raising cane's chicken Fingers restaurant. It has been filed in the total minutes, according to documents the proposals to build the new eatery in the Know Thomas Marketplace on truck so Boulevard I'd never heard of this place. Oh, such is a chicken restaurant obviously isn't as a chicken chain. There's none in Northern California closest one's in Reno. There's a lot that's in Southern California. That Ella in the L. A region in all across the south in the east. Yeah, do us a favor. Don't play it quite yet, but queue up number seven on our list of favorite dance songs in a second. Okay? Ah, husband of L. A county district attorney. Jackie Lacey charged with assault after waving a gun at protesters. Through the story again. The story came from what was in ST Louis. The couple this was also a couple they were outside of their home protecting their home from protesters. This's the only district attorney Jackie Lacey, and her husband was pointing. A gun at Black lives matter. Protestors outside their home, So okay, that's coming out of really amount to Okay. Also, the Trump Administration announced more than $35 million this a big grant that's going to go for the victims of human trafficking. They announced it just yesterday, and it'll go for housing of human trafficking victims safe housing. Other grants for counseling and that sort of thing for human traffic. You know, that's a crime in this country That doesn't get the attention it deserves, frankly, it I mean, it is an enormous problem. It remains so in, especially on the West Coast, so there was a survey done of Americans. I don't know how many exactly on the very favorite top 10 dance songs It was one pole. It was a one poll done and its throughout the country, not just California. We've played one through six time for number seven. What, three. Still, that's a tune. Nothing good to him. Loser. Outcast is the name they eyes, the name of the song Outcast name of the group. And this was, you know, across demographics across the ages. All of that will play 89 and 10. Coming up, right? Okay a little bit before we close out the program. In the meantime, credit cards. What are we doing with them? Are we using them? Are we paying them off? There was.

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Positive for the Wrona, the Lion said, Never mind false positive. He's just got a positive outlook on the season, so he's testing positive in any member of ways. Just not for the road. Wait a second. What Detroit line is looking positive on the season. One that has I do know the other really reality. Verona is known to make you delusional. That is true. That is true. Maybe the guy who designed those old Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jersey's had the Rhona ah, long time ago because another side effect of the road as you have no taste. 800 to 2 to K. A. B. C is the phone number 1 802 225222 Well, not long ago, we had Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey on this program. Jackie Lacey is running for re election in the county of Los Angeles for district attorney in a hotly contested race. She is a black female Democrat who had the support of most of the elected Democrats in Los Angeles County and quite a few Republicans, including the former district attorney of Los Angeles County, Steve Cooley. Jackie Lacey is not known for being particularly ideological. She's a career prosecutor who has spent many years working inside that office. And she tries to be a voice of reason. She tries to be a sober voice. She tries to just apply the law Howthe law has written Well, that's not good enough anymore. Now, if you want to be on the right side of the woke crowd, you've got to be an activist district attorney where you spend all your time going after cops and district attorneys and gun owners and you leave the gang members and the rioters and looters alone. Yeah, that's not Jackie Lacey's world view, is it? No. In fact, she is a big advocate for victims rights and some of these other wacka do. Prosecutors don't even have victims in the conversation anymore. And as a result of that she has been harassed like no other public figure in Los Angeles County. They show up at her office and screaming Gail. They show up at public events. Were she speaking, and they rushed the stage. They've actually assaulted her at one point in time. And this harassment culminated with a group of protestors showing up at her front porch in the middle of the night ringing her doorbell, scaring her and her family have to death. We have some sound of that encounter. Let's go ahead and listen. And this is her husband. Not too happy about the 5 a.m. Wake up call right now you're off. Get off my porch. I will shoot you Get off my porch. Jackie Lacey that were here aren't here who you are. Get off my porch right now. We're calling the police right now..

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LA District Attorney's Husband Facing Charges for Waving Gun at Protesters

The John Phillips Show

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

LA District Attorney's Husband Facing Charges for Waving Gun at Protesters

"Misdemeanor Charges have been filed against Los Angeles County District attorney Jackie Lacy's husband for allegedly pointing a handgun out his front door and ordering a group of protesters to leave his Granada Hills property in March. David Lacey is charged with three misdemeanor counts of assault with a firearm, according to Politico, which first reported the charges filed by the California Attorney General's

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It happened in San Diego. It happened in Alameda. It happened in Sacramento, and they had planned prior to all of this to target Jackie Lacey. They wanted to replace her with George Gascogne. Because from San Francisco, and it's cut from the same cloth as chase of Bodeen, who's now the district attorney up in San Francisco, and they planned on taking Jackie Lacey out. When the George Floyd situation happened, it changed the narrative, and they just kind of went with it. But they were stuck with their campaign that they had already funded of George Gascon against Jackie Lacey, so they just decided to stick with it. You're absolutely right. Your your your your your 100% spot on Soros has targeted certain th They've been after Jackie Lacey. For the last two years. The George voice situation, really? Can it pull it The Black lives matter organization to use the Floyd situation as a total weapon. And now unfortunately, Gascogne can ride the cold ways of ATA of that. A murder of George Floyd and and and basically black lives matter is doing all the heavy lifting and You know, from election sample. I think Jackie Lacey is in trouble. Jussi, who just came out and defended her going to surprise me. It was Bernard Parks, Bernard blocks. I guess I'm glad he did because And then here right now, I would support Jackie Lacey. You know, In fact, I'll just disclosed I thin or email a couple of weeks ago. And said, if you you know I'm here If you need me, I just don't like the way she's being treated. So I sent out just disclose private eye sonority interoffice email. And I'm glad because she's being annihilated by by an extremist group and the politicians and this thing that formally endorsed her are turning their back on her, and I think he's giving a total raw deal. And lately if you're white, lift me and John Phillips show Have your office called me. I'll help you. Well, we shouldn't like surprise because the people who are throwing her under the bus have always been cowards. Eric Garcetti, Adam Schiff, Laura Friedman. Oh, yeah. I mean, they're they're They're They're total cowers. Where's Maxine Waters? Where's Karen Bath where they know where these people were The lifeline for For Jackie Lacey. I don't see it. And again. It's not a race issue is just that. They are cow town. It, John. All of this. Everything we had spoken about in the last 15 minutes. You know what it is, if anybody but Trump because a bigger picture did your source the black lives matter. The entire Democratic Party. We got to be Donald Trump. Even though we got a man who who really see now and I'm not a medical expert. What? Maybe I should withdraw there, but he seems like he's very old. It doesn't know what's going on. Yeah, he's losing his marbles. Leo Terrell, you're the best. Have a great weekend and enjoy yourself on the Golf course. Take take care. Alright, It's 2 24 Let's go ahead and take a look of the roads. ABC. Dependable traffic.

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L.A. police blame zero bail for rise in repeat offenders

Morning Edition

01:08 min | 2 years ago

L.A. police blame zero bail for rise in repeat offenders

"L. A. courts gave some felons a break in late March when it eliminated cash bail during the corona virus pandemic California then expanded the program statewide last month that was done to minimize the number of people coming and going from jails and possibly spreading the virus but as KCRW's girls that's been reports it looks like some criminals may be exploiting the policy judging by arrest crime is way down in Los Angeles and stay at home orders took effect with one exception repeat offenders the LAPD says it arrested more than two hundred people multiple times within a month of this year about policy taking effect one man was picked up four times for Grand Theft Auto in less than thirty days and another was arrested six times including once for brandishing a weapon that's according to review of arrest records by the LA times police chief Michael Moore is now calling for a re examination of the zero bail policy saying that career criminals are being arrested over and over with no real consequences district attorney Jackie Lacey who endorsed the move to zero pale says it's unfortunate that a few defendants are taking advantage of a public health

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Los Angeles District Attorney Urges Prosecutors To Reduce Jail Population During Coronavirus Pandemic

Leo Laporte

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles District Attorney Urges Prosecutors To Reduce Jail Population During Coronavirus Pandemic

"News your belly county district attorney Jackie Lacey has directed prosecutors to take steps to lower the number of people being held in an effort to reduce the spread of coronavirus Lacey said she asked her attorneys to consider ways to keep nonviolent felony and misdemeanor offenders out of jails and courthouses during the

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Jackie Lacey against Georgia Garzoni he he worked at a French restaurant menu for many years yes I was well I do it was close I know you miss maybe less and what does he tell you talk about to people this is not I can do a better job for you I it's time for new leadership this is a complete difference of philosophy of law enforcement this is one big deal in the world of gas gone and I don't think I'm exaggerating too much the criminals are the cops and that the prisoners are people who really need rehabilitation that that is the way to deal with crime is look at criminals as needing helps and let's deal with top police saw in enforcement excessive enforcement and it's just crazy what he brings he brings a public defender mentality yes he got to the prosecutor which is here but what I really have defense that's right and so the DA is a prosecutor by definition prosecutes and his position is I'm exactly you're exactly right I'm gonna look at this as a public defender in terms of what's going on since I S. societally into that Jackie Lacey African American is not getting a lot of African American support that she's doing not doing enough in terms of vile holding the cops to the fire and it's it's going to be one hell of a race incidently she originally was above fifty percent which shot would not mean the run off she is now down to I hear below fifty percent which means that there will be a run off probably because we trend is for is for her percentage to cry cropping so it doesn't make sense that vin the trend would reverse right with the few last few Balaghat and he will come you'll see the commercials with a towel over his arm we finally know about prop thirteen they finally updated all of the vote tallies yesterday.

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Local like the twenty fifth congressional district a Christie Smith and Mike Garcia our number one and number two Steve knight looks like he's probably coming in third place and that was his seat to begin with and then he lost it Anne I have fought for it again but it looks like you might come up a little short and from whatever I'm from what I hear and people know that Steve knight is a pretty cool dude and don pretty cool guy so he'll end up somewhere a businessman right dad and call back so there you go that's my review I'm not Mister knight all right I'm the politics is a little crazy sometimes I know hi Jackie Lacey she's running to keep her seat and keep her position as a district attorney and she had that crazy you know those are black life matters of folks knocking on our door and then her husband opens up the door with a gun and points it at these people who are on her steps at five thirty in the morning after banging drums for a couple hours and it must have just driven him crazy right I totally get it if somebody banging on drum outside of my house that opens wide bangs on my door at five thirty hi you know I gotta have a flame thrower that allowed into the doorway and put up with that kind of crap right don't do it so I'm here is some of the more politics people like politics right all right thing going with I'm sorry I'm.

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Biden celebrates Super Tuesday dominance in Los Angeles

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Biden celebrates Super Tuesday dominance in Los Angeles

"D. coming out party I'm Michael crozier from the KFI twenty four hour news room president Joe Biden is taking the stage in LA to celebrate his dominance of super Tuesday not very left behind this is your why is it's time for decency to come back to the country voters in LA have been having a lot to consider besides choosing their presidential nominee voters must decide of DA Jackie Lacey will keep her job he's up against two other candidates one is former San Francisco DA George Gascon he's one of the office of prop forty seven which changed the way crimes were prosecuted and resulted in many offenders being released from jail voters also have to decide three seats up for grabs for the LA County Board of supervisors several city council races Sevillian oversight of the sheriff's department and whether to raise property taxes to pay for more county firefighters lines at voting centers in some spots in the south land were a much longer than normal some people in studio city waited more than four hours in line this man in north Hollywood says he was gonna wait as long as he needed to because this election is too important to have to make a statement because one of the reasons that the Democrats didn't win the last presidential election was because they didn't vote some voters in Santa Monica say they were faced with a weight of two to three hours many say it doesn't matter who wins on the ballot November they'll be voting for anyone who isn't trump

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KCRW

"Us hi Michelle hi Steve vote by mail ballots in LA have been tallied so far we're talking just under it about a half million ballots Jackie Lacey leading and I mentioned this last break with about fifty four fifty five percent of the vote with Rossi and gas cone at twenty two percent each what is the mood like in gas going territory the C. that's right Steve the mood is pretty jubilant room here at Union Station is packed I guess go to addressed the crowd a little bit earlier to think his supporters people who've been with him on the campaign I'm he said this is kind of what they were expecting that early results a mail in ballots might favor Lacy early but as the night goes on and you and I both know that these kids things go well beyond one night that they think that the results will start to turn in their favor well there certainly were some of the events that happened in the past twenty four to thirty six hours that might have changed the minds perhaps and and we have talked about it on this radio station there was an event at the Lacey household where the husband of the district attorney the incumbent Jackie Lacey Mr Lacy actually pulled a gun on some protesters outside I'm C. address that to the media yesterday we don't know how many people obviously voted after the mail in ballots were sent in so that could have some bearing as well Michelle gas going to arrive just as the polls were closing tonight how did he spend the day so he was kind of all around town today said he was in downtown south LA east LA you headed down to Long Beach I'm he was really talking to voters tried to encourage people to stay in those long lines that I know you guys have been talking about so this is what he told me when I spoke with him earlier this afternoon a lot of people have now voted yes or tell make sure you go out and vote it feels good but again we're not going to know until obviously until everybody else the roads I do you expect to answer tonight or you sort of strapping in for the couple I think it's going to be awhile yeah I think it's gonna be awhile so you can hear and they're saying that he doesn't expect results to be finalized tonight that they're in this for the long haul and and like you said earlier you were talking about that incident with the DA Jackie Lacey is husband I mean so far that doesn't seem to have been much of an issue at least not among the people who are here I think these are sort of longtime supporters people who were with him long before that incident so you know it hasn't been brought up much thus far the big question obviously is whether this race heads to a runoff we're seeing these early numbers again just mail in ballots that have been counted so far in LA county but if if Jackie Lacey does hold this lead which we don't know but if it's more than fifty percent there is no run off if there is a run off it would be between the top two vote getters correct that's right I mean if you have fifty plus one is the magic number of fifty percent plus one that I'm in right now like you said if the results hold Lacey would be the outright winner but and sorry there isn't some concern I guess among others on the progressive side that had just gone would potentially split the vote with one of his other more progressive contenders to laci and that's former despite a former public defender Rachel Rossi I'm so we're all still kind of waiting to see you know what how how the numbers end up handing out KCRW's Michelle a lawyer who's joining us this evening from gas cone territory this is watch party for George Gascon the former DA of San Francisco originally from Los Angeles move back to LA to run for DA in Los Angeles county KCRW's Michelle alloy Michelle thank you thanks Steve we appreciate it and again with just those mail in ballots now tallied in LA county about fifty four percent for Jackie Lacey and Casco and Rossi sharing about twenty two percent each it's nine twenty support for NPR selections coverage comes from Noom providing an online evaluation and the tools to help people lead healthier lives through behavior change more information at noon N. O. O. M. dot com this is one of election night coverage from KQED news I'm Scott Shafer and Emery so August we're here bringing you results and analysis from the California primary throughout this evening the polls closed about an hour and twenty minutes ago and so far the early returns are suggesting a pretty good night's maybe very good night for Bernie Sanders in California Joe Biden has done very well in other parts of the country throughout the south and in Massachusetts Minnesota picking up wins there Texas very close but marina Lagos AP did call the race I mean it was Bernie Sanders we're like wait a minute there's no votes counted but that what what what is the what the numbers look like right now well with a very still very few votes counted honestly he is clearing away ahead of the pack around almost twenty nine percent of the vote about three hundred thousand votes there without Michael Bloomberg now showing in second place followed by Joe Biden again it's early I think it's safe to say that Sanders will take California but by how much and who else gets delegate still up in the yeah that's the big question that we've got some guests with us here in the studio and we begin with David binder a founder of David binder research was a poster for a number of democratic candidates including senator Kamel Harris in her presidential race and David looking at these early results and some of the exit poll numbers I know you've been crunching earlier this evening what are you noticing well we did see some exit poll results got that looked at they do show that these trends we're seeing around the rest of the country actually did occur in California as well the exit poll numbers show that and among the voters that said that they decided in the last few days it was Biden fifty percent Sanders twenty two however that's not going to make the difference in the state because so many people had decided before that so many people early voted and the people are decided before February were fifty percent to nineteen percent for Bernie Sanders and that was a much bigger chunk of the pie well and it almost seems like Biden had written off California I mean he was here today gave his big speech night in Los Angeles but he's been invisible I mean would it have mattered you think if he'd been here more often than other people said he rode off half the country to country and look what he did tonight so might be I mean I still expect buying to end up in second place tonight even though he's a little bit behind blue bring down these early returns but yeah I know the question is Didon made may have ended up in good shape in the better shape in California that he would have been if he had been there earlier so but David you mentioned that so many people voted but not as many as usually do I mean it seemed like people were holding on to their ballots we saw I think about four million votes cast of the sixteen million vote by mail ballots that had been sent out I mean do you think that that just shows how fluid this race had stayed even before the shake up in South Carolina it just seems really like people did not necessarily follow all their normal voting behavior yeah it's a really good point a reason because it is it is unusual compared to past elections as far as a proportion of votes it'd been returned we had sixteen million ballots mailed out Californians as of earlier today four million and then returned we always get good big chunk that are turned in on election night so that'll go up quite a bit but I think it's the nature of what's been going on this presidential race and you know we saw all across the country in which the voters were looking in a multitude of candidates who they like they thought that things were unclear and confusing they waited towards it till the end so you're right this time California is a little bit more voting at the end then we see in previous elections because voters took a while to make up their minds one bring in one of our other guests tonight at the soo do Missy is with us he ran Cory Booker's presidential campaign also worked previously for Gavin Newsom McConnell Harris good to see you his family wanted a big that was a big night the warriors went up what do you make of these results were still of course waiting to see what exactly is going to happen here in California but you know the fact that Biden would one Minnesota and Massachusetts without really lifting a finger what does it tell you about where the voters are right now I think we sought and I well we saw New Hampshire had receded again across the country today people are deciding at the last possible minute you guys were just talking about this and Joe Biden's big victory in in South Carolina and I think the sort of seventy two hours that he's had with Putin judging clubs are endorsing him and all the coverage he's gotten is if you are just now focusing on I think they've been focusing actually for quite a while I think they just didn't want to make a decision until they absolutely had to and they got every piece of information I think this late breaking information the the big win in South Carolina and the last three days have broken fifty percent of the people towards by near the end that's going to be enough here in California to bring them into second and across the country to go from what would have been smaller wins two huge wins and in some places surprise wins like in Minnesota matches what we know you know that in the vada and in California Bernie Sanders isn't really well among Latino voters especially young Latinos it's either of you though I mean that Texas is looking like it's trending towards Joe Biden would tell you like about demographics I think like it in about maybe us being careful as pundits about saying Latinos or black people or who were talking about because it does seem like the timing on where you are it's a very different picture that's true even within California yeah I agree I I think Latinos are a lot of a lot of exactly you've got Mexican Americans more out west when we get to Florida in two weeks right about Porter Ricans is probably not going to do anything what I can do is well there so it's a diverse community I think that's number one but when it comes to Texas in particular I'm not sure I think Bernie actually probably performed quite well with with what he does in Texas I just think that it was sort of everybody else that used to be split between five candidates really consolidated all around great round Biden you know suburban women Biden African Americans died and even white non college voters came back to bite and I think he's going to you know if that's enough of a coalition to overcome the same scholarship but David what we saw in the polling ahead of this was that it wasn't as if G. progressives were just lining up behind say Sanders and and Warren or you know center left folks were just planning a moderate it seemed like people were looking at the camera that's more broadly and and and so what do you make of it having you know it's funny I think is sometimes there is a nature of people come in we know I'm part of the problem here is this poster shoes tend to lump people together category and saying we have to you know what you know African Americans are doing this Latinos are doing that you know in the in the reality is is much more complex than people looking just ideology and saying I'm going to be in the left lane of the moderate lane and when we talk to voters around the country a lot of their decisions are made on who makes me feel better who can I trust you know maybe.

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Protesters on the porch of his house and it's tough to know whose side to be on here that these black lives matter's protesters they they've been wanting to have a meeting with Jackie Lacey for awhile and they say she keeps docking them she keeps docking them she says they won't agree to how I need to do it to have the meeting so there's even a dispute about whose docking who or who's not making a habit anyway they decided they would go to our house at six in the morning to catch her there to invite her to a meeting and instead hubby came out pointed a gun right it's it well they're both clearly at fault and that the only difference is it's kind of hard to deny that her husband is not at fault that they're not even pretending although and I talked to Steve Gregory yesterday when he asked and that was that press conference you think there's anything wrong going to her front door and knocking on it and they deflected immediately well he it's different when she's the DA and DA I mean going to someone's home and knocking on the door a group of protesters I mean that's horrible and they should take some hit for that on the other hand all he had to do was call the police if he had by the way if it's the D. A.'s house how quickly do you think the police are going to show up and they did here's the deal he below it because had he opened the door without a gun yeah and said Hey this is uncool right then all the sympathy would be with him ride with Jack but only when they put it a holding the gun way too far and threatened to shoot her out and she said are you going to shoot right he said yes the ministry chief yeah that's not good I think they're going to be and there should be criminality there I thank god brandishing a weapon itself all of it and I guess and what if it was loaded I'm assuming it was I mean not that answers it doesn't it no or just equally bad is it yeah all right I paraphrase by the way I'm not sure exactly he said yes no and we are covering and everybody was sort of style he said multiple times I will shoot down in meantime yeah the I. at a press conference apologizes profusely and then walks off people are harassing her young where she goes we see that goes away that allegation disappears because the allegation of the poor side even allegation it's a fact we saw it on video him pointing the gun so overwhelms white Sadie I don't much worse yeah they had a good grievance and then he did something so much worse right now nobody's going to have sympathy for them yeah all right let's take a break I will come back and do plenty more of handle on the news let's check in with Jennifer super Tuesday's here and a lot of the names on the ballot in California and thirteen other states a recent drop outs two of those drop outs be bitter judging Amy Klobuchar Jones joined Joe Biden yesterday at a rally in Texas Bernie Sanders has been leading polls in many states including California this is brought to you by sweet James Bergen anon profit says Orange County may have nearly four thousand illegal voters on the rolls races down here been one loss for five hundred votes institute of fair elections president and Dunsmore says the law requires voter rolls be checked for in eligible voters we called about eight thousand people says about half turned out bad phone number or no one here by that name C. registar Neil Kelly says the group's data is flawed going on it any individual time in knocking on a door you're always going to fight people they're gonna fall into that category Kelly says he doesn't just go around canceling voters without a thorough check that involves more than just calling phone numbers at the the registrar's office Corbin Carson Calif ideas the top Japanese official for the Tokyo Olympics says the games could be postponed the official says Tokyo is still working on the assumption of the game's going as planned but the government is acknowledging a postponement is possible the games are set for late July Israel's third election in less than a year looks set to continue the gridlock exit polls show prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's party is taking the lead in parliamentary seats but it appears short of the majority needed to form a government coalition negotiations failed after the last two elections Netanyahu is trying to hold on to power ahead of his criminal corruption trial in two weeks and the way someone look X. could make or break a rental agreement researchers from the Hebrew university have found travelers using Airbnb often decide where to stay based on the attractiveness of the host host usually post pictures of the space on the rental page but guests can have a hard time telling if the place will be as nice and accommodating in person that's when gas may turn to pictures of the hosts the research shows the older a host is the more trustworthy the same results also found it hosts are smiling in pictures they appear more attractive and trustworthy Deborah mark KFI news quickly in a crash.

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Jackie Lacey that we're here he general you too right thanks to the background by the way right the gun pointed it at my chest there was a door slam right we're here Jackie Lacey Jackie isn't that what would have been a professor somewhere yeah Calci Italy on so that's what sort of precipitated everything right that was posted on Twitter obviously spread quickly sure it's very dramatic when you see it because he is holding a gun and he is pointing a gun at these people right and it's a very dramatic and intense kind of cause a disturbing video to see if they live in the city of Los Angeles yes okay that was the still the jurisdiction so would Jackie Lacey be the one to determine whether her husband will be prosecuted well known so in cases like this that it automatically goes to a an outside agency I see she's the key she's county so you know the sheriff's department is her charter for law enforcement I harm all right the LAPD will handle the investigation on this one right now a couple of things one member and Steve Cooley used to come in with us live you know the the former D. a very nice guy he had two or three LAPD all right you know the cops there there are his detail my security right why doesn't she have she does have a detail and I did and it's I asked the same question because because her press conference this morning that she can we talk about that a moment but I want to ask that question because this would not have happened if there had been a security detail but they weren't working overnight Sunday into Monday and but she does have a security detail it's the sheriff's department there right that's the official I see okay yeah I mean we don't remote we have secure yeah we have that you know dumb radio show even me when I'm driving out and about I have my own security detail and she's putting to get she's putting you know allegedly bad guys away for a long time she should have a you know a fortress around her well it was just her husband last night and that's that was the point she was making her press conference this morning right now is it a legal to open your door and point a gun at somebody knocking on your door yeah it is it's brandishing a weapon when there's no imminent threat the the issue is and in in gin we're only seeing we were only seen a few seconds of of an entire event and this is the thing that's always missing from these videos this context right so we're not sure all of the events that led up to that we can only hear what Jackie Lacey told us this morning and then right after that then I cover the press conference with black lives matter out in front of the leases office so they claim that they were there peace in peacefully and I I beg the question I said at five thirty in the morning I mean it was dark outside about thirty of you and then you go up to the door you don't think that's unusual rhyme and I know that is they said that they were forced to do that because laci will not take meetings with them I see okay all right somebody could've gotten killed there you very very much so in fact if you look at the video the man's fingers on the trigger really yeah wow so it it will I don't know again it it it it looks on video when you see it it is a bad it's a bad scene it's a bad scene all around now we again don't know what led up to those instances we do know that Jackie Lacey based on her comments today and I've I've brought a couple cuts with me you can tell she's had it right is that this group has been hounding her following her everywhere and doing public events because of it right now look I understand like when you run away from the cops one of the downsides is they might put a knee in Europe in the back of your neck right when they eventually catch you right then and everybody runs macabre knows that you might get I your roughed up at the end they might handcuff you and click edit next or you know extra tight because you ran from the cops when you're banging the drum outside of the DA's I. house right and then you knock on the door at five thirty you might have somebody pointing a gun at you well when I eat you know the and and I wasn't the only one asking questions of black lives matters folks but when the question was posed don't you think that I mean did you honestly think someone was gonna come out did you think she was gonna come out and I think Robert clinic over channel four's great reporter he's like come pick did you expect her to come out what in her pajamas and talk to you right and she said yes all round and circle crazy apple was interesting though is that when I asked don't you think that families and homes are off limits and they said absolutely not are we get a break you stay with us or site and by the way we come back we got a big announcement for you right about with KFI of what I'm not sure what we're talking about I there's a big guy job that you've why do we talk about that we can better yeah yeah yeah hi Steve Gregory and hi annoying to 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Los Angeles: LA County DA To Dismiss Nearly 66K Marijuana Convictions

All Things Considered

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Los Angeles: LA County DA To Dismiss Nearly 66K Marijuana Convictions

"Reporting good news for anyone with a marijuana conviction on their record in LA whether you were caught with a joint or an ounce that conviction could soon be raced Ellie district attorney Jackie Lacey and Lacy announced this week she's moving to dismiss sixty six thousand cannabis related convictions here may not even notice the difference because it'll be pretty much automatic the nonprofit code for America used algorithms to find eligible drug convictions seven a criminal defense attorney says making the dismissal automatic is key previously people had to do a lot of leg work trying to track him down is not easy and New York trying to spread the information that the release available but even if they knew they would have to go to court and file a motion and you know the whole process is difficult the biggest change will come for people who fill out job applications and employment forms once it's reduced to a misdemeanor and expunged you can then you know check the box that you don't have any prior felony convictions and also that you've never been arrested or convicted you know it makes it makes a giant difference LA county public defender's office has set up a hotline to deal

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LA County District Attorney Candidates Debate Tonight

The Frame

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

LA County District Attorney Candidates Debate Tonight

"Welcome to tonight's debate among the candidates for Los Angeles county district attorney KPCC and the Los Angeles Times have teamed up to host this debate I'm repeating politics reporter with KPCC and I'm Robert green editorial writer for the Los Angeles Times and now let's please welcome to the stage the three candidates incumbent DA Jackie Lacey reaching we're looking forward

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Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein's Criminal Trial Begins in New York

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein's Criminal Trial Begins in New York

"Breakdown. I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown. Joining me is Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter and Matt as people who follow the news no The Harvey Weinstein trial has finally finally gotten underway in New York. That is As this trial was getting underway with jury selection Meanwhile he was indicted in Los Angeles for two assaults of rape and a sexual assault two consecutive days in two thousand thirteen. Jackie Lacey the. Da came up with that and a party immediately respond to Harvey's lawyers By saying I assume I don't know because there was more negative publicity than there's already been which is a lot what we have to postpone the New York trial because of the these charges against me in Los Angeles and the judge wasn't having it. No the judge has been pretty adamant that this trial is going to take place in New York. He has also been pretty tough on Weinstein in the courtroom as well. He admonished him earlier this week for texting exciting or using one of his two phones in the courtroom basically saying that he's GonNa throw him in jail if he doesn't stop and do you really want to spend the rest of your life in jail for texting in a courtroom room. Yeah he had already been admonished about this business with the cell phones and he He can't seem to help himself. I mean it reminds reminds you of a summit at your teenage teenage kid. Who can't let put the phone down some adults I should say also but when you're in trial where you could potentially end up in prison for a very long time? It seems extreme now. Of course whatever the argument was about these L. A. Indictments and of course it means that whatever happens. In New York he will be facing Potentially a trial here as soon as the trial or at some point following what happens in New York. Whatever happens here The problem is of course in New York that there has been so much publicity so they have tons is a potential jurors and so far they've had to send tons of them home and this. This is promises to be quite a long trial so I think some of the jurors are probably Lee jumping up and saying yes I will have a problem being objective. It the requirement isn't that they've never heard of the Harvey Weinstein allegations the requirement that the judge is asking is. Can you be objective and people are saying nope. I don't think I can and I think partly is because that trial just looms large. Yeah we we gotta look at the questionnaire that the jurors prospective jurors are are being given and it includes things like have you ever worked in the entertainment industry you know. Have you ever known someone who's been the victim of sexual assault things like that and the jurors are coming up with with some pretty specific responses. One Juror said that she had just finished reading. Catching kill. The Ronan Farrow Book which She's believe because her to not have a very favorable impression of Harvey Weinstein and I believe this person is likely going to be dismissed. I mean those are the kinds of things that the Weinstein defense team is is up against a I think if you're if you think you could be called as a potential jury you're probably running right maybe. The sales of catching killen are spiking New York. So people can say I read that book. I really can't do this now. Harvey Weinstein has turned around and tried to get the judge who has been. You can say hard on him. I mean Harvey has really I in my opinion asked for trouble because he has done things like you know there have been questions about whether he tampered with his ankle. Monitor's since he seems to have vanished from tracking at certain points and then the issue with the cell phone and whatnot and his lawyers. I I will note His lawyer gave an interview. Donna Rotan oh In which I thought it was an argument to be made that she was attempting to intimidate. One witness the Santa Bella Figura. She basically said you know she's been an actress all her life which is true observation but then she went on to say. I thought in rather ominous sounding way. I hope she's pro. I'm sure she's prepared to answer and sit on the witness stand and that of course prompted the prosecutors say there should be a gag order which I thought was not a bad idea and the judge basically denied that but said you know I'm not going to issue a gag order but you do need to shut up and I think that was largely aimed at at Harvey's lawyer but as I was saying earlier there wasn't attempt to disqualify the judge saying he was being mean to Harvey. Yeah and I think that'll be a theme. We're GONNA see throughout this trial. Because not only are they trying to win the case. But they're also setting up a potential appeal if harvey is convicted. So more will be revealed. That's Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood

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"jackie lacey" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KTOK

"Been here snaps plaza is jammed the plaza district so we have all these districts which have also be gatt restaurants we have all these great locally owned restaurants many of which have been featured on national TV shows and in magazines none such was named the best new restaurant of twenty eighteen by what bona petite to magazine so that was a really big deal and so with the rise of all of those restaurants also brought the demise of the cafeterias there are no more cafeterias now in Oklahoma City we lost the last one I think the Boulevard was the last one then it closed about four five years ago do you do you know Brian anything more about that bulldozed and something's been built on it yeah yeah the yeah sometimes being built on the site but Dotson's cafeteria choir is yours is yeah yeah they're all gone of course the Devon tower to be okay tower in all of the other downtown things the the Boulevard is I also part of that the I again would say it's part of our maps thing but because it was in docked project but the Boulevard certainly is is going to do a lot I think twenty ten the the twenty ten to was the decade of the thunder I mean they had arrived a year or two in the decade before but I'm main thunder fever everywhere and you're going to say Kevin Durant well yes you do that a deck a leader of the decade yeah for Oklahoma City also went to Texas that's all I am well you know that's okay what what year get as eligibility to play in the NBA I'm glad this is radio you can't see my hand so with the with the success though of the thunder has also brought professional soccer so the rise of the energy football club has because Kim has come in as a result of that and there will be starting there I think seventh season later this year so you know it's it's it's a it's a good time to be in Oklahoma City and I've but I've been told many people as many who care and an even more who don't this is the I think that the greatest period of time in the history of Oklahoma City you you didn't mention the sale of the daily Oklahoman twice sold twice so so twice yeah and so I you know I'm I've thought about that earlier today it just didn't make it I didn't have my note pad and when I thought of it but yeah the are not quite the death but certainly the the demise of the of the Oklahoma it's it's struggling and struggling sold first to the and and such family and they turned around and sold it to get a house slash unit one of the you know well and along with that don't forget about our weather all yeah it has gotten a warmer I was going to bring that up in the next half hour we had so many tornadoes.

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jackie lacey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"No big deal is one of the. yeah he he hasn't stepped up to a podium and said it yeah I mean it's not it's not the end of the world if he's not been around a long time it's not unusual for a cabinet member to leave after this point I mean more have left under trump than ever before but Hey you know it's an and he's been pretty low profile yeah you don't hear much about it now you don't. Hey Jackie Lacey it may have a little competition from the DA of San Francisco. George gas going announced his resignation yesterday said he's coming back to LA this is where he was a big wig with the LAPD years ago before you went to San Francisco and says that he's interested now in going up against Jackie Lacey out in a name recognition me Jackie Lacey is the D. A. and incumbent everybody writes income but anyway if you have no idea who it is and the DA is such a low profile political our position is high profile of course when their major crimes being committed major charges but in terms of name recognition incumbency and being around for awhile and he has none of those no I don't know how many people remember I don't know that he was an assistant chief with the LAPD because then he went on he was a police chief in a mesa Arizona the Cisco in the PD there and whatever so you're right it's not like he's coming back as somebody at my name is on the tip of every Angelenos tongue. federal officials have issued a bulletin to law enforcement agencies about the opening weekend.

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