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Los Angeles DA Jackie Lacey, Husband Sued For Home Confrontation With Black Lives Matter Demonstrators
"Matter Protestors of all the civil lawsuit against the L. A County D, a Jackie Lacey and her husband for an incident back in March, of which David Lacey allegedly pointed a gun at the demonstrators when they showed up at the Lacy's home on their doorstep. The D A's husband is already facing misdemeanor charges for the incident. But now several members of the group that walked up to the Lacey's Granada Hills home, including black lives matter, organizer Molina Abdullah are going after the Lacey's with the civil suit. We did not expect to be Threatened to be shot for stepping onto the public porch of a public official attorney Carl Douglas were protesters, not some criminal element. But the Lacey's attorney claims the group filed the lawsuit now for political reasons, because the D A is facing a tough re election bid. Douglas didn't dispute that. This is a public official, and this horrific case speaks to her judgment. The activists say. They went to the ladies. Home because the D A has refused to meet with the group about deadly police shootings. But Jackie Lacey has contended in the past that all the activists want to do is yell and scream and not let her speak. John
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"10 23 Black lives matter Protestors of all the civil lawsuit against the L. A County D, a Jackie Lacey and her husband for an incident back in March, of which David Lacey allegedly pointed a gun at the demonstrators when they showed up at the Lacy's home on their doorstep. The D A's husband is already facing misdemeanor charges for the incident. But now several members of the group that walked up to the Lacey's Granada Hills home, including black lives matter, organizer Molina Abdullah are going after the Lacey's with the civil suit. We did not expect to be Threatened to be shot for stepping onto the public porch of a public official attorney Carl Douglas were protesters, not some criminal element. But the Lacey's attorney claims the group filed the lawsuit now for political reasons, because the D A is facing a tough re election bid. Douglas didn't dispute that. This is a public official, and this horrific case speaks to her judgment. The activists say. They went to the ladies. Home because the D A has refused to meet with the group about deadly police shootings. But Jackie Lacey has contended in the past that all the activists want to do is yell and scream and not let her speak. John Baird, KO Next 10 70 NewsRadio Some people from the Porter Ranch area protestor today outside Governor Jason's home in Northern California to demand he shut down the laser cannon gas storage facility. They say they're still getting sick. Even the massive gas leak is now capped Alexander Nagy with the environmental group, Food and Water Action tells chaotic so, Cal gases testified the facility leaks twice a day on average oil if the well the pipes And this makes it way into the nearby community. And even before the blowout, we had heard that residents say they had been smelling gas and getting headaches and nosebleeds for years. The league began five years ago this month, Nagy says the governor promised to shut down the facility. She says people from the area have asked to me or the governor and his staff, but I've been ignored. Dodgers take game one.
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.
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
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
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.
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
Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey’s Office Declines to Prosecute Hate Crime
"Women. You are on social media influencers. Even the doll posted a video to her half million instagram followers of her getting the news from an LAPD detective on the phone right now, As of today, all the charges have been dropped, and he is released from custody and he was no longer in jail Video of the Hollywood Boulevard beating and robbery against her and two other women who are trans was live streamed streamed by by onlookers onlookers who who did did nothing nothing to to help help him him even even wrote. wrote. The The DEA DEA rejected rejected the the case case due due to to not not enough enough evidence. evidence. This This isn't isn't even even about about us. us. This This is is about about the the entire entire community, community, not not just trans, then hire LGBT community is about everyone even told her followers. She and the others now fear for their lives. And they're hoping the D A. Will refile charges. Emily Valdez que next. 10 70 news radio. And in a statement, Okay, An exodus office says it has asked for more investigation, and once that is
Gun Charges Filed Against Los Angeles County DA Lacey’s Husband In Home Confrontation With Black Lives Matter
"The husband of a county D a Jackie Lacey, who's accused of pulling a gun on black lives matter. Protestors now facing misdemeanor charges. State attorney General Have your Sarah has filed three counts of assault with a firearm against David Lacey in connection with the confrontation in March outside the couple's home. Of course, we're encouraged and surprised, pleasantly surprised that the attorney general has chosen to file charges. Molina Abdullah's a cofounder of BLM, Ella, she says. David Lacey pointed the gun at her and others with her. She describes the experience is traumatizing. And while we hope for justice, we didn't we weren't under the illusion that we would get it. We weren't under the illusion that there would be charges filed. You know, the flip side of it is three misdemeanor counts is not in this. We know that if David Lacey was not who he is, he would be facing felony charges. David Lacey's attorney says in a statement that he and his client disagree entirely with Theeighties assessment, but have the utmost faith in the justice system and are confident that the correct result will be
DA's husband charged for allegedly pointing gun at BLM protesters
"70 news radio. The state attorney general files misdemeanor charges against the husband of Lake County D. A. Jackie Lacey, who's accused of pulling a gun on black lives matter. Protestors outside the couple's home earlier this year, David Lacey is now awaiting arraignment on three misdemeanor counts of assault with a firearm in connection with the confrontation and March. The pointing of the gun was traumatizing. To both me and my Children, a cz well as all of the organizer's who were present the alarm bell, a cofounder, Molina Abdullah says she was one of the people threatened. And while she's encouraged and pleasantly surprised that any charges have been filed, she argues, David Lacey is getting preferential treatment. You just don't get to point a gun at someone's chest and say, I will shoot you and face misdemeanors. David Lacey is due to be arraigned next week, his attorney says in a statement. They're disappointed that the ages office felt the contact At issue amounted to criminal behavior, and they
Gun Charges Filed Against Los Angeles DA Lacey’s Husband In Home Confrontation With Black Lives Matter
"The husband of Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey is facing three misdemeanor charges. Video from March show David Lacey pointing a gun and threatening to shoot black lives matter protestors who gathered outside the couple's home Jackie Lacey apologized at the time and says her husband was just trying to protect her.
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
"jackie lacy" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Flip flopped he's a liberal from Burbank he endorsed Jackie Lacey for DA she's in a tough battle in November because George gets gone Schiff colder yesterday and said never mind he's pulled his endorsement that's the sort of activist tearing down a statue in downtown LA the statues of Sarah priests from the seventeen hundreds who's been a controversial figure in modern times among other things he's known as the father of California's Spanish missions the ice cream treat Eskimo pies going the way of uncle Ben and aunt Jemima Dreyer's ice creams corporate office in Ventura has announced that they're going to change the name of the Eskimo pie to something else just in case it's offensive Tom Petty the status of a cease and desist letter to president trump they want president trump to stop using petty's music at rallies we'll see if the president backs down KBC socal weather June gloom followed by brilliant splendid sublime sunshine high today in the mid seventies seventy Water Culver city seventy two in Omaha heights seventy three in Sherman oaks I'm Tom looting that dialogue started here in the sixties that dialogue continues here now where LA comes to talk talk radio seven ninety KABC ABC dependable traffic right now couple things on the Santa Ana freeway first five north out right at the six oh five as a stalled vehicle being cleared away heading the other direction and Orange County five southbound at valley.
Los Angeles County won't charge protesters over curfew violations
"Prosecutors say criminal charges will not be brought against thousands of Los Angeles protesters arrested for violating curfew and other police orders city attorney Mike Feuer says his office will develop an alternative outside court without punishment for those cited for violating curfew or failing to obey orders to leave demonstrations district attorney Jackie Lacey says she won't file charges in protest misdemeanor cases from other parts of Los Angeles county the city by the way had the largest number of the ten thousand protests arrests have been made across the
Demonstrators kneel in protest at Los Angeles City Hall as police officers stand guard
"Loud but peaceful protest continues in front of LA city hall and LAPD headquarters at this hour of the tone of this March far different from those of the last six days K. an extensively speak Dimitriou continues our in depth team coverage of the protests he's life force in downtown LA the protest was several hundred people involved was led by a group of ministers of black lives matter and other groups taking part at one point the chanting stop about four hundred people including the police of the skirmish lines took a knee and observe a moment of silence and prayer for both justice and peace LAPD assistant chief Robert Arcos said it's that kind of a message has been sorely needed in LA and on the streets of this country says a lot about the healing that's needed in the city right now and in this country and we need people to come together and mobilize and have such a strong message of peace and nonviolence this is the best of what to say LA mayor Eric Garcetti showed up at the rally about an hour and a half into it spoke some of the ministers and leaders and some of the protesters and the crowd and number the protesters dance around the mayor with chants of the fund the police the protesters centers now moved on to Spring Street up to to the the the hall hall hall of of of justice justice justice and and and there there there were were were calls calls calls going going going out out out as as as they they they were were were marching marching marching toward toward toward the the the hall hall hall of of of justice justice justice that that that Jackie Jackie Jackie Lacey Lacey Lacey must must must go go go
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
Los Angeles County residents urged to call 911 about domestic violence amid drop in reports during stay-at-home orders
"Citing a dramatic drop in reports of child abuse elder abuse and domestic abuse during the corona virus crisis the top prosecutors in the city and county of Los Angeles are urging the public to be alert and step up traditionally it would be teachers or nurses to report suspected child abuse but schools are closed the mystic violence victims are isolated with their abusers while family and friends who would normally report potential abuse or neglect of of loved loved ones ones in in nursing nursing homes homes or or assisted assisted living living facilities facilities can't can't visit visit LA LA county county district district attorney attorney Jackie Jackie Lacey Lacey leave leave me me these these crimes crimes don't don't stop stop just just because because we're we're in in a crisis they typically take place behind closed doors that's the title of a new initiative meant to galvanize the community to keep their eyes open for someone who may need help grocery stores are being asked to post fliers with hotline numbers on them which will also be posted at LA unified's grab and go food centers LA city attorney Mike fewer has this message for for anyone anyone in in during during an an abusive abusive relationship relationship if if you you can't can't make make that that call call for for help help you you can can text text nine nine one one one one for for those those with with loved loved ones ones in in nursing nursing homes homes he he urged urged family and friends to try to face time with them saying you can tell a lot from that visual connection Margaret Carrero can extend seventy news
Harvey Weinstein hit with third sexual assault case in Los Angeles
"LA county prosecutors have filed an additional sexual assault charge against Harvey Weinstein Weinstein is now facing a total of five felonies in Los Angeles the new charge alleges that he sexually assaulted a woman at a Beverly hills hotel in may of twenty ten the woman was initially interviewed as a possible corroborating witness in the case district attorney Jackie Lacey said in a statement as they gather more corroborating evidence they reached out to other possible victims and should they find new evidence of an unreported crime as they did here they will investigate and determine whether additional charges should be filed Weinstein faces up to twenty nine years in state prison if convicted as charged a jury in New York has already convicted him of rape and criminal sexual assault it remains to be seen at when he will be extradited back to
Harvey Weinstein charged with another sex assault count
"The other sex assault charge been filed against disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein by LA county prosecutors the latest felony count of sexual battery by restraint stems from an incident at a Beverly hills hotel in may of twenty ten in which Weinstein is accused of sexually assaulting a woman he was previously charged with four felonies in LA county in a statement it district attorney Jackie Lacey said they are continuing to build and strengthen their case and if they find new evidence of a previously unreported crime as they did here they will investigate and determine whether additional charges should be filed prosecutors also declined to file charges involving two other women because they didn't want to testify against Weinstein if convicted as charged he faces up to twenty nine years in state prison Weinstein has already been convicted in New York it's unclear when he will be brought back to Los
Harvey Weinstein hit with third sexual assault case in Los Angeles
"LA county prosecutors have filed an additional sexual assault charge against Harvey Weinstein's teen is now facing a total of five felonies in Los Angeles the new charge alleges that he sexually assaulted a woman at a Beverly hills hotel in may of twenty ten the woman was initially interviewed as a possible corroborating witness in the case district attorney Jackie Lacey said in a statement as they gather more corroborating evidence they reached out to other possible victims and should they find new evidence of an unreported crime as they did here they will investigate and determine whether additional charges should be filed Weinstein faces up to twenty nine years in state prison if convicted as charged a jury in New York has already convicted him of rape and criminal sexual assault it remains to be seen at when he will be extradited back
"jackie lacy" 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.
"jackie lacy" 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 lacy" Discussed on KCRW
"District attorney Jackie Lacey now facing a major contender in her race for reelection former San Francisco DA George gas going officially threw his hat in the ring here's KCRW's jury Glazer gas gold started his career as a beat cop with the LAPD he worked his way up to assistant chief and moved on to become top cop in mesa Arizona and then San Francisco before being tapped to serve as DA in the city by the bay he's built a reputation for progressive law enforcement including co authoring proposition forty seven a California ballot initiative that reduce some low level offenses from felonies to misdemeanors now he wants to bring that approach to LA yes he says in this campaign video will centerless is ready for change that's why I'm running for district attorney yes gone says he wants to bring respect and dignity to the DA's office so that everyone in the criminal justice system is treated the same regardless of their past or the color of their skin six of six this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro and I Mary Louise Kelley even when he's praising his spy chiefs president trump can't resist taking a swipe the instinct was on full display this weekend as he announced the killing of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi thank you as well to the great intelligence professionals who helped make this very successful journey possible his intelligence officials are quote spectacular the president went on great patriots and it's it's really a deserving name intelligence I've dealt with some people that aren't very intelligent having to do with Intel that's right even while proclaiming an undisputed intelligence on military success trump took a moment to needle now trump's hostility to the intelligence community has been pretty relentless he's talked about a deep state about a witch hunt and that was all before a whistle blower revealed defense that led to the impeachment inquiry a whistle blower who happens to be a US intelligence official you know it did not surprise me that ultimately an intelligence officer was the person who is going to blow the whistle on what the president did that's Leon Panetta former director of the CIA and one of several people I called over the last few days trying to trace a through line you hear the tension in the Baghdadi comments you see it in the impeachment drama sparked by a whistle blower reported to be a current employee of the CIA so how did we get here two point where the president of the United States is often suspicious of the spy chiefs who serve him we're going to take some time now to consider that question and to ask what dangers the rift might pose to national security I considered a dozen places to dive into this story I picked this one I don't think anybody knows it was Russia that broke into the GNC September twenty sixth twenty sixteen the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and it could be Russia but it could also be China could also be lots of other people and also could be somebody sitting on their bed that weighs four hundred pounds okay okay but by then candidate trump was already receiving classified intelligence briefings and intelligence officials were already privately telling reporters including me it was the Kremlin that hacked the servers of the Democratic National Committee Donald Trump continued to reject this conclusion and then came November and the election.
"jackie lacy" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"We have some construction and stuff going on in the office and so if you hear some background noise please forgive me I can't wait until they leave to record the podcast so you made us hear some noise in the background and it's just GonNa be what it is we just moved into a new podcast studio which is actually a brand new office building is going to be some construction of background noise for a little while and I can't just keep delaying the podcast every time we hear some noise you know I don't know if you heard this story of a man in Los Angeles elderly white man a rich democratic donor named Ed Buck and for years so many local activists and organizers in lost in and around Los Angeles continued to say that black men particularly young gay black men were going into Ed Bucks home in Los Angeles and dying over and over for again multiple black men were going into this man's home and were basically we still aren't to the bottom of the story they are going to his home and dying of drug overdoses and Drug Interactions I'm just a lot of shady stuff going on in this man's home and so many local activists and organizers including mark good franchise mechanic and others were saying like hey some body needs to intervene because black men are going into this man's home and not coming out alive and this wasn't like conjecture or speculation or supplied it was fact we know the men's names and as local organizers and activists continued to beg for the police for the district Ernie's office to intervene they did nothing in part because this man is donating to their campaigns finally just finally this past week Ed book was rested but the recent arrest of Ed Buck highlights the two very different criminal legal systems at play in Los Angeles under Da Jackie Lacey and neither of them is keeping black people safe lacy who is again the county's first African American da she prosecutes wealthy white people reluctantly and infrequently but prosecute people of color excessively and incessantly whether they are witnesses victims or defendants DA lacy treats non white people over and over again a second class citizens and lacey faced exactly this sort of criticism in the wake of Ed books recent arrest two years ago Djamil Moore died of a drug overdose in a West Hollywood apartment owned by Ed Buck who again is a wealthy well-connected political donor there in Los An- Jalousie this January Timothy Dean again this is after Djamil more already died in Ed books apartment this January Timothy Dean died in the same load occasion under the same circumstances both men were young black gay financially vulnerable by the time of deans breath Los Angeles district attorney Jackie Lacey was already aware of bucks pattern of victimizing she already knew it literally people would be outside of her office every day for hundreds of days straight saying pay attention to what's going on at Ed books home most if not all of Ed Bucks targets were impoverished gay men of color now after Djamil Moore's death other men fortunate enough to survive books abuse actually reported their trauma to county investigators family members and activist and local community members implored they all but begged Da. Jackie Lacey to take the victim's story seriously but later refused to file charges of any kind and she just flat out refuse to take any action against buck and again while she refused take action somebody else died again in his home in the years between the deaths of more in Dean she refused engaged with the victims and she literally made many of them feel like they were the criminals in the situation and she failed to warn their communities and protect vulnerable people who continue to go to this man's home and not come out the same congresswoman Karen Bass who I love and respect so much Democrat from California Congresswoman Karen Bass is amazing she summed it up when she said this she said Lacey's inaction in response to the deficit Ed Books Home had a message that was loud and clear black gay lives obviously don't matter to her in lacy's apparent indifference to black and brown lives it's not new books case is but one in a long list of stories in policies that have really pockmarked her tenure incentive message that she's just not interested in keeping black communities safe when black and Brown people are accused of crimes lacy waste no time at all bringing the full wait of her office down upon them she listened to this she has sought the death penalty exclusively against people of color no white people have ever been charged with the death penalty in her tenure she refuses to prosecute law enforcement despite hundreds not dozens but hundreds of police shootings during her tenure which have disproportionately involved as you already know the victims of color she also has a long well documented history of opposing any reforms whatsoever that are aimed at criminal justice issues that again disproportionately impact people of Color and I wanNA give you some additional context on Jackie Lacey's handling of the bookcase as well as a record on some of the other issues that I've mentioned because we are about to support a different candidate an opposition candidate running against her this right let me break that down breakdown treatment Jackie Lacey's treatment of victims in the Ed bookcase is really symptomatic of problems. She's had her entire tenure although lacy who is gearing up for an election although she publicly claims to support reform really as long as it doesn't jeopardize public safety that's what she says her actions and really a her inaction throughout her entire tenure have consistently shown otherwise she doesn't support reforms the handling of bucks case fit it's an old disturbing pattern of lacy failing to hold people accountable when they harm black folk not only has this woman Karen Bass refused to endorse Jackie Lacey even though she endorsed Jackie Lacey Twenty twelve congresswoman maxine waters has done the same thing refusing to an Dorset County Supervisor Markedly Thomas Refuses to endorse her. It's noteworthy that none of these leaders have stepped forward support for reelection now Jackie Lacey forever refuse to admit that she had actually received campaign contributions from ad book and she didn't return those campaign contributions until months into the investigation and even then she only returned them under pressure from the media so she is receiving campaign contributions from the man that people are begging her to to investigate and even during the investigation she refuses to return those donations it's problematic and here's what we know a and this is the words of my friend Jazz mechanic Jasmine said if white gay men have been dying in a black man's house or for that matter in anybody's house this case would been taking a lot more seriously and jasmine is really the worst the primary voice the primary force us behind making sure that Ed buck was held accountable Jasmine started talking to me about this three years ago and for three years I'm aware of it All of Jasmine's followers are aware of it and Jackie Lacey was made aware of it bye-bye Jasmine in by other activists and organizers but she refused to do any thing about it but her treatment of Ed Buck giving him so much deference while ignoring the victims it's symptomatic of her leadership in general since taking office in two thousand and twelve Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey has sought an one the debt penalty against twenty two different people every single person she sought in one the death penalty four in Los Angeles was a person of color let me put it another way under Jackie Lacey only people of color have been sentenced to death why people.
"jackie lacy" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I'm Joe by from KFI twenty four hour newsroom. The LAPD says it knows who is looking for in the case of murdered rapper nipsy hustle. The cops have the guy's picture and a description of the car he was riding in Sunday. The twenty sixteen white Chevy. Cruz was driven by women. The police have yet tied dentist by hustle was fatally shot yesterday as he stood in front of the clothing store. He owned in south LA at slauson and Crenshaw. That's where a visual in south LA was held tonight further late Grammy nominated rapper, but it turned violent city fire department says almost twenty people were hurt to critically during the memorial. One was hurt by a car the fire department and LAPD says most of the people were hurt in a stampede PD declared an unlawful assembly and cleared out the large crowd, which had gathered in the parking lot. We're hustle was shot and killed yesterday. The LA county district attorney has teamed up with the computer programmers to take cannabis convictions off the books. DA? Jackie Lacey, says the partnership with code for America. Could very quickly clear people's records of minor cannabis convictions hoping clear a path by reducing or dismissing cannabis convictions can result in someone securing a job or benefiting from other programs that may have been unavailable to them in the past Lacey says more than fifty thousand eligible convictions will be cleared. Lacey says code for America uses a computer algorithm to search for eligible cases, instead of the several lawyers needed to review one case at a time. Lawyer Michael Evans has made his first court appearance in southern California to defend himself against Bank and wire fraud charges with arms crossed behind his back avenue looked on as prosecutors argued with defense attorneys about who he should be allowed to talk with after the hearing of naughty briefly addressed reporters saying he spent twenty years representing clients and David versus Goliath cases throughout that entire time. Period. I have relied upon the Justice system and judges sitting in court courthouses, just like this. A judge set the next court appearance for April twenty ninth of. Nowadays attorneys say he will likely wave that appearance in plead not guilty in Santa Ana Chris ancarlo, KFI news, fifty one cities across California have increased their sales tax today. Several cities in southern California will now charge ten and a quarter percent, including Burbank Covina, Culver city, you Pomona Glendale longdale cut. Hey, Pasadena, the sales tax in Santa Fe springs is now ten point five percent for cities in Orange County have raised sales taxes, but are still below ten percent, including Santana garden, grove, Placentia and seal beach. A woman has started trading. Firefighters cops and other emergency workers how to use yoga while on duty. The Mead says the practice can help first responders stay calm and make quick decisions in high stress situations, it really the breath work that gets into the nervous system. So part of yoga training is measured manipulated rush skills and techniques need started teaching yoga tally sitting firefighters a few years ago. She plans to work on a statewide level next. And teach yoga to Cal fire. Crews later this month magician, David Blaine is being investigated for sexual assault. Police in New York City aren't sharing any details. The NYPD reportedly took statements from two women accusing Blaine of sexual assault the Daily Beast website says one of those allegations dates back to nineteen ninety eight. So it may fall outside the statute of limitations. Kellogg has agreed to sell Keebler famous Amos. And it's fruit snack business to the owner of new Tele Ferraro beat hostess and the bidding and settled on a price tag of one point three billion dollars..
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"Attorney Jackie Lacey announced today that her office will wipe about fifty thousand old marijuana convictions. LA is joining other counties in the state using technology to identify cases that are eligible for relief under proposition sixty four more on the story now KCRW's Jenny Hamel in two thousand sixteen California voters passed a law which allowed the adult use of recreational marijuana and allowed those convicted of cannabis related crimes to have records reduced or cleared completely. But what d- as throughout the state found were that many weren't taking advantage of the law either because they didn't know about it or they were finding the process hard to navigate now LA county will partner with code for America, a nonprofit organisation that uses computer algorithms. That can quickly analyze county data like decades old court documents to find eligible cases district. Attorney Jackie Lacey said in a statement that automatically changing these records quote can result in someone's occurring job or benefiting from other programs. They weren't eligible for in the past that's KCRW's, Jenny Hamill reporting for us this evening and the writers guild of America. The union representing Hollywood screenwriters is locked in a bitter labor battle not with the movie studios or television networks, but with the talent agents who are supposed to represent the writers that battle escalated over the weekend. When WGN members voted overwhelmingly to approve a measure targeting Hollywood's talent agencies with more on that story. We turn to KCRW songs. More than ninety five percent of writers guild of America. Members who participated in the vote voted in favor of a new code of conduct for talent agents, representing WG a members in particular. The writers want the elimination of water called packaging fees and television. Deals. This is money earned by talent agencies when they put together wider production deals with studios and provide an entire roster of talent like writers directors and actors this single deal, the WG a argues packaging fees. Talladega TS less incentive to aggressively represent their clients in negotiations. If the talent agencies don't accept a new code of conduct that eliminates packaging fees. The WGN says its members will fire their agents at talent agencies argue that getting packaging fees means they do not have to charge screenwriter clients atypical ten percent commission on contracts seven forty.
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"Case of a man accused of causing havoc at the Westfield ball in century city. Last Friday, Los Angeles Police Department chief Michael Moore says the suspect nNcholas oats is a disgruntled Amazon employees who targeted the Amazon store today. This matter was presented to the district attorney's office where just Jackie Lacey's personnel filed six counts of arson against Mr. as well as one count of burglary and assault with a deadly weapon charge. The chief says oats set fire to books and the children's section and pointed a gun at an employee causing a massive accusation of the century city mall. More says oats has confessed Kevin trip. KABC news to celebrities named in the massive college cheating scandal are hiring lawyers. Laurie laughlin. If liberty Huffman are accused of shelling out big dollars as bribes yet their kids into some of the best colleges in the country. The former full house star is hired in attorney. Who is the former head of the Justice Department's Enron task force and the former desperate housewife reportedly hired a high priced lawyer based in Boston. Meanwhile, there are now reports says say boffins daughter Livia Jane was having trouble with her USC application, someone filled it out for her California. Governor Gavin Newsom recently ordered a moratorium on the death penalty. But for one victim, the wait for Justice is cruel and unusual punishment Melena sellers Phillips nine year old son Jonathan and another boy were murdered in nineteen Ninety-three. Scott her skin was linked to the crime through DNA evidence and was convicted and sentenced to death in two thousand three Phillips says the governor doesn't understand what happened to my son happened to their child. I can promise you that. They will not they will just send them back to jail, which is their home and life in prison for Erskine is not sufficient punishment for Phillips. He did not have a right to live and this is not vengeance. It just gets Melena sellers. Phillips was a guess. On the morning drive. I'm Jeff wiggle KABC news, Los Angeles County sheriff is making more controversial moves Shariff, Alex FINA. Wave reportedly asked his second in command to step down because he wants a sworn officer in the physician assistant sheriff timra commie has been promoted to Undersheriff and is taking over immediately being away. It's no stranger to making abrupt MU see replaced nearly the entire executive team and demand. Hundreds of other senior department managers reapply for their positions since taking office in December. And a man was arrested for attempted murder after a stolen car slammed into twenty four hour gym in LA mirada early Tuesday morning and police are investigating the possibility that the crash was intentional due to a grievance helped by a former member in KABC sports, the Lakers, Milwaukee they're playing without outlook. Ron the clippers are off in in baseball. The angels are finalizing a massive four hundred and thirty million dollar contract extension with Mike trout. They're all star outfielder for twelve years. According to reports. In so Cal by their tonight showers and a low fifty five tomorrow occasional rain throughout the day..
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"Bucks home in West Hollywood. This latest dot comes about a year and a half after Jamal more died in bucks apartment of what? Corners officials determined was an accidental methamphetamine overdose. Bucks. Attorney Seymour ouster says the second death also appears to be an accidental OD pulmonary reports that I have is unfortunately, the individual guide came over already toxic. So that would be ingested out another place. Unfortunately, played a role in his death is the best I can figure at this point. And is a very caring giving individual that has his home opened the individuals. Do not always have the best of lifestyle. Activists are planning to put on another protest outside bucks. Home jazz mechanic represents a family of Tim more. District attorney Jackie Lacey and sheriff Alex during. Aransas prosecute sheriff's spokesperson says no arrests have been made coroner's officials will determine the cause of death. The investigation will include a secondary review of more staff. Cloudy, episcopa- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio towards police say they've arrested. The man who opened fire inside the Gable? House ball Friday night, killing three men and wounding four other people the mass shooting the city of Torrington is being called a tragedy by police and members of the community chief fever find with Torres PD. So the fight began between two people in mushroomed into a major brawl with up to twenty involved. That's the one man pulled a gun opened fire evidence for video cameras inside. The bowling alley helped identify the shooter who was arrested on Sunday morning suspect arrested in this crime is Reginald Wallace. He's a forty seven year old resident from Los Angeles Wallis was on active parole after serving a seventeen year term for assault with a firearm that ended in two thousand seventeen chief Irvine says, although there are certain he was the only shooter the investigation is not over. Detectives are continuing to investigate this crime and are asking for assistance from. Anyone who is at the location? It's not known if Wallace new any of the victims he shot or killed in Torrance, Pete Demetrio, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio coming up. We are going to be taking you to Inglewood telling you why they're slowing on the four zero five south that's too. But it's a way at seven forty three. There was sort of the problem when.
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"Students that are going in you test into the university. And if you don't make it you're not getting in. There actually is a strata, and they are actually demanding that students meet a certain requirement to get into university. I mean that makes sense to me. Bill handel. Weekday mornings at six. KFI AM six forty four stimulating talk. The FBI the run-ins I've had with Federal Bureau of investigation. One of my already mentioned, you're right. The second one I was at a at a dinner at a museum near what is it? The Autry museum. Oh, yeah. The one right over here. And Jackie Lacey is there. She's the disc journey and at the same table was a a woman who looked very official and she introduced herself as de drp bike. We'll go fight. And I said I said, oh, that's great. What are you doing? She goes. I'm the head of the FBI in Los Angeles like whoa. Straighten up here. I mean, these are two one they can put you away for a long long time. That's a one two punch the district attorney and the head of the FBI outside by my Ps and qs. But anyway, they they both said they were huge fans of the Carol Burnett show. And then d- drew the head of the FBI in Los Angeles. At anytime, you want me to come on just call me be more than happy to come on. So that's pretty cool to have a friend in the at the FBI in Los Angeles in can't hurt. Tim.
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"This goes in line with that thinking we have too many lawmakers getting busted for drunk driving. So instead of holding people. Accountable. Let's just cater to their crazy and start paying for a ride servewell. I do see Kevin daily owns logic here because Sacramento is such a hick town. They don't have taxis. They don't have rideshare services like Uber. That they just want to pay for it. Gary and Shannon. Weekday mornings at ten KFI AM, six forty. Federal Bureau of investigation. One of my already mentioned to right. The second one. I was at a at a dinner at a museum near what is it? The Autry museum. Oh, yeah. The one right over here. And Jackie Lacey. Is there she's the district attorney and at the same table was a a woman who looked very official and she introduced yourself as Deirdre bike. We'll go fight. Now dump that and I said, I said, oh, that's great. What are you doing? She goes, I'm the head of the FBI in Los Angeles. I'm like, whoa. Straighten up here. I mean, these are two women that can put you to away for a long long time. That's a one two punch the district attorney and the head of the FBI by my Ps and qs. But anyways, they they both said they were huge fans of the Carol Burnett show. And then I drew the head of the FBI in Los Angeles at anytime you want me to come on just to call me more than happy to come on. So that's pretty cool a friend in the at the FBI in Los Angeles. You know that can't hurt. Tim Conway junior weekdays at six KFI AM, six forty four stimulating talk. That ninth birthday, even though nobody showed up it was one of the most memorable birthdays ever because that man made you a cake. Cherian, shannon. Weekdays at ten KFI. KFI AM six forty and this is the Bill Handel show. Bill off today. We'll be back tomorrow. Gary and Shannon coming up at ten. It's world suicide prevention day. And we've had some high profile suicides recently Kate Spade. Anthony bourdain v. And I wanted to bring Jennifer Jones Leon because you are the journalist. I am not and one of the angles here and the people at world suicide prevention day of put out this sort of factsheet, I guess, and it's kind of a bit of a Arabic's a finger wag at the media. But it's definitely a set of tips and tricks about how to report on suicide without making the problem worse. So that's why I want to get your reaction. So one thing is that. And they say that studies have found certain kinds of news coverage can increase the likelihood that certain vulnerable people will kill themselves. So they're actually saying you could report on something in a way that pushes somebody over the edge to actually doing it. They're not saying you could report on suicide in a way that would make somebody who's not thinking about killing themselves. Suddenly think about killing themselves, but someone who's kind of right on the line. Yeah. So one thing they say is when the story explicitly describes the method. That that can aggravate the situation for somebody. Totally agree. When you have a dramatic headline as opposed to a more neutral headline. The example, they give is this headline Kurt cobaine used. Shotgun to commit suicide. You got two things little sensationalist. But also telling you in the headline how he did it as opposed to the headline being Kurt cobaine dead at twenty seven. And so that's one thing is not you may not realize I'm not saying you. But sometimes the media may not realize that they are either giving people ideas for how to do it. And also that by sensationalizing, it some people internalize that as glamorizing it. I don't think the media is ever glamourising suicide. At all. But in the mind of someone who's already depressed and despondent and thinks their life has no meaning they can internalize it the other thing they say is that the media could do more when there is a high profile suicide they can do more to talk about prevention and where to get help. Now, I feel like I mean, I've heard the coverage here, and it seems like always you say here's the suicide prevention hotline or whatever, but they're saying that you should actually spent like instead of say talking to a family member of the person who killed themselves. Instead, you should bring on a psychologist. You should talk to them and get a quote from them about how to help someone who may be suicidal. What do you think about that? Do you like what level of responsibility? Do you think the media has been reporting on suicide in well, it's kind of a fine line because I think that it is our responsibility to report the facts? And if the facts are that someone committed suicide, then I don't think that that's irresponsible to save at that person committed suicide to romanticize the method in which they used that would be completely irresponsible. You know, they. Say the Robin Williams story, and I think a lot came out about how he committed suicide. And I think you touched on it. Once you say, he was found to you know, whatever way, and then you move on from it. I don't necessarily know that I think it's the media's responsibility every single time to bring on say, a mental health expert to discuss tips and tricks and stuff like that. Because then I feel like that opens. You know, it's sort of it's going to snowball into then isn't it our responsibility for every single story that comes out to if a man shoots his wife. Shouldn't we be talking to mental health experts about somebody going over the edge? Should they have a volatile marriage? I mean where where do you draw that line? Yeah. And that's obviously they're they're skewed heavily because suicide prevention, of course. All right. Thank you, sir. And we'll get news from you in a second. But then when we come back, what do you do? In fact, didn't didn't they just show this? That movie, you know, the movie the bad seed. Yes about the kid who's, and I think Rob Lowe, just did a remake. Yes. He did. Okay. Not didn't get very good reviews. But. What do you do if your kid is a psychopath? Hope they don't burn down your house. Well, it's very fascinating situation. I'm gonna talk about when we come back, but first KFI AM six forty the Bill Handel show. Jennifer Jones leaf news, please I highly recommend if you haven't seen the original go see it as a great movie, this chairman and president. I'm CBS is leaving the company after a fresh round sexual misconduct claims the New Yorker published two more women's against less moon last night with an hour. CBS announcement invested was on his way out in the company says it's negotiating severance deal requiring the invest to pay twenty million dollars to organizations that support.
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"Oaks and, Eighty-three in Hollywood we lead. Local live from, the KFI twenty four hour newsroom I'm Debra Mark John. And Ken show John kobylt Ken chiampou KFI AM six, forty, is, away they'll, be back tomorrow We have in the studio with us Los Angeles County. District attorney Jackie Lacey We have seen in person in a long time and today's quite a day because there's an Associated Press story that says that there's a number of district attorneys who have been negotiating with Jerry Brown's administration. Led by El Dorado county DA Vern, Pearson to try to revise that Bill it's known legislatively as AB eighteen ten and it, would allow Everybody accused of a crime To take a shot at getting. Mental health diversion two years and it would mean, that there is no. Trial there's no prison time there's No. Prosecution Charges would get dismissed after the. Two years the psychiatrists dude examined, the defendant and if he has any one of three hundred mental illnesses and the big book, of crazy They could use that to excuse the, crime potentially and, actually the way it's written as. Of, today would even affect murderers rapists and, every other horrible person imaginable it it was snuck. Into a budget trailer Bill some, weeks ago nobody saw this coming wasn't made public wasn't covered in the media at all and You can see what kind of chaos this would bring if it was fully implemented so let's talk to. LA county DA Jackie Lacey Jackie thank you for coming it's. Good to see you again thank you, for having it has been quite some, time But, this. Is a topic that. I think I have a certain. Voice this speak about it and I appreciate the opportunity As. Far as you know what, do, the revisions looked like I imagine negotiations, are still going on? Or they're still possible hospital you could revise the revisions so but the the best of your, knowledge what's the current status Well the current status right now, is eighteen ten is the law can in other words. Someone could walk into court right now and ask the court were diversion and the court under the law would send someone out for evaluation and then make a determination and I want to be very transparent. With your listeners I believe that, there are people who have a mental illness who were in county jail who should be diverted because they. Have a health issue and their charges are not, what you would call serious in? Their conduct charges are not serious but we haven't been able to. Reach a lot of them, because, we don't have places to send them, and also we don't There's a lot of cases LA county is the biggest the largest county and it has about five thousand people in. The prison in the jail who, have a serious mental illness but what eighteen ten did is it just went so far that it essentially. Shifted everybody into that Into that line And, by doing that it harms the good diversion efforts that are going on in various different offices that are. Led by prosecutors so what the amendment does is it puts very reasonable. Controls on, it it says let's not. Talk about murders let's talk about rapists child molesters People who. Are charged, with a series crowns where we know judges. Aren't going to divert them but but it but instead let's have, some let's have counties build the infrastructure through their board, of supervisors to divert. People into places where, we're all be safe and they will get treatment but also let's let's have some common sense about this. Let's make sure that they don't have access to firearms being diverted let's. Make sure, the victims who are harm. Get restitution and so isn't this If this Bill was to stay as is this. This is too much For local government to handle this this is way too much, it will I, predict clog up courts with a lot of, frivolous claims and that's why although I'm extremely supportive of mental health diversion I'm worried about this Bill because a couple of things one is that we'll spend a lot. Of time litigating mental illness on almost every criminal case that comes through but but but the second more and. More important thing about this Bill is there, are places that were there so. Small where the county is so small they don't. Even have a psychiatrist they don't even have the infrastructure to, do it and so I would create, quite a, bit of chaos that but the amendments into the administration's credits they really, really listen the amendments Really provide a way to safely to talking, about the revision the revision revision can, I ask, you something though right Please I don't trust anybody have a hell does this happen to. Begin with you've you've got an? Entire Democratic supermajority legislature it. Sneaks this in. When no one's looking and the governor's signs. It they all approved? Of, the original version at that moment they all think this. Is a great idea how, can that be, well you know, the the process itself is a separate argument whether this process. Was fair would have liked we would've liked but. They, voted for it. And, the day he signed it they? Thought this was a good way to go I that's that's terrifying well how can I argue with that but, when I, am saying is time is of the essence if. This amendment doesn't get? A number by Friday then we we're going to have to live with eighteen ten what does that, mean what that means? Is that people need to get? On the phone and call? Their legislature? And ask where is the amendment two AB? Eighteen ten to do what is the. Amendment do does it does it keep? Certain defendants from entering The program at all. I, don't, think anybody. Wants, to see murderers rapists and all? Other terribly violent people even get a crack at this well that's exactly what it does is it says if, you're charged, with murder voluntary manslaughter a registered sex crime then. You don't get a? Crack at this but it also allows counties too often and the even more restrictive and that's an, important option for counties? Because there are certain counties what? Does that mean county to? Opt in? Allows your board of supervisors to craft Craft a mental health diversion program that that works that can be. Supported in that protects public safety so gives the county's more control over this okay We just had an arsonist suspect it the Cleveland national forest right mental health history going back twenty five years sorry he clearly disturbed and he sets fire. Burns about ten or twelve cabins twenty thousand. Acres Right twenty thousand people were. Were. Evacuated he's obviously gonna make a mental health claim what what allows a judge to say No You you don't get the mental health. Diversion you must go to trial as he's. Got he's got a psychiatrist who's vouching, him and the psychiatrist is. Right the guy is. Nuts, well, well, John let's give judges a little bit of. Credit I, mean after the recall of the judge in Santa Clara, county what judges don't let that guy go. Free? Really what judge is going to divert is the judge gonna be overturned on appeal because the way the law is the arsonist has the right to diversion if he has a mental illness that is connected to his. Crime and clearly this guy does, well he has a right to ask for diversion that it's always the judges. Call so he's going to be the judge's call on this. One but but but let me let me say for because that's exactly what I'm talking about is those cases are not the kind of cases where we ought to be talking about diversion because that guy's. Dangerous He's probably dangerous in the future but there are a lot of other cases can excuse me John where Where the charges are not as serious. Not nearly as serious where we can safely divert people into treatment and we want to think about that we really should because what's? Happening, now is even the share what kind of. Charges, you think should be eligible for mental diversion program well let's let's, talk about arson for a second now the arsonists that you talked about did a lot of, damage endanger but oftentimes I'll, get a mental health case where it's, a family situation where someone is delusional they're in their, own house and they set a piece of clothing their own clothing on fire and, their and their apartment? And they have. No prior. Record that person maybe. We ought to be looking at is there something different we can do all right let's take a break we come back more here with Jackie Lacey, Los Angeles County DA about an. Amendment to that Bill which would, have given potentially every single criminal defendant the right to a, mental diverse Version for two years mental health diversion treatment program for two years and there would be there'd be no trial. And there would be no prison term there'd be, nothing John and Ken show KFI Debra Mark has news Japan is, preparing for a possible eruption of one. Of its volcanoes the country is raised alert levels on one island from two to four on scale of five the volcano last fluids? Stop, in may of two thousand fifteen LA is. A, step closer to having a streetcar rolling through downtown the LA city, council has approved a funding plan for the screen for the streetcar project the proposed route is, four miles a school district, in Colorado has made a change students, are probably happy with no class on Mondays it's to, give teachers more time to prepare their lessons we have some trouble on the ninety, one and we will? Check in with. The KFI. In the sky next..
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"Now with free shipping right. To your door KFI. Iheartradio station John and Ken show John kobylt and. Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty. Coming up after five o'clock she should be here any minute I'm Jackie Lacey the Los Angeles County district attorney who's gonna talk about possible revisions to. That AB eighteen ten which is Blouse every criminal. In, the state no. Matter what the crime to petition for mental health diversion for two years and then there's no, trial no No conviction no prison term know nothing entire charges get dismissed, as long as you could find a mental illness to blame for your crime, and there's three hundred mental, illnesses And a lot of them are pretty common that, a lot of people deal with We'll get. Into that coming up after five. O'clock Sacramento bee boy, just seems like the tire we don't really have media anymore it doesn't really exist but the Sacramento bee Has a headline that says. Gavin Newsom as big liberal plans. For California how would, he pay for them Wow somebody's asking that out loud He wants tax payer financed Single payer health care for every single person in. The state legal or illegal it would cost four. Hundred billion dollars a year That would all come from taxes Over two hundred billion would would be taxes that. Already exist for Medicare and Medicaid But the other two hundred billion Woodwork choir a massive tax increase probably, a doubling of everybody's income tax From what I've read He has. Universal preschool in childcare that's at least eight. Billion dollars a, year and of course this is all Always, underestimated by far And he wants to build three and a half billion housing units for the for the vagrants And none of the three and a half billion would be required to go to work.
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"John and Ken show John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty coming up, after five. O'clock for the Los Angeles district attorney Jackie Lacey and. She's going to talk She's going to discuss in detail this revision to the horrific law the Jerry Brown signed some weeks back, which would, have allowed all the criminals To avoid, prosecution, avoid a conviction avoid any prison time if they go to two years, of mental health treatment you have to get a psychiatrist that says yes you have a mental health disorder and that led. You to the crime and there's three almost three hundred mental health. Disorder so that that's easy pickings because all you can claim something ordinary from Depression D.'you is will be covered by alcoholism And alcoholism is considered a disability now so Everything will, be excused no one will go to prison and I think I went through this before and we'll go through this again because this is part of a ten year push to empty all the prisons. And stop everybody from getting prosecuted for. Anything And this is the coup de gras here is is the Bill That says mental diversion for all Because they, stopped building prisons ten years ago they had. A Bill that authorized prison construction they, never funded, it then came, prisoner, rely realignment and they said well the judge has forced. Us, to thin out the population no the judge never said. You have, to send people home they said you can't keep. Them some densely packed in prison you build new ones You built. Temporary ones at least Then prop forty seven km that was a pack allies that eliminated the. Prosecution in practical terms of misdemeanors Fifty-seven let's felons out early Then you have, this this, law mental diversion. No prosecutions no. Prison time then they'll bail we just discuss discussed with Steve Bailey, is running for. Attorney. General no bail anymore Well that dismantles busted the judicial system doesn't it And they do it every year or two there's one more. Piece to the puzzle and. They have two methods they either lie about it they lie about the effects or they sneak it in with no, one's looking I mean the mental health diversion nonsense was snuck. In as part of a. Complicated lengthy budget trailer Bill there was no public debate announcement warning at all For things like prop forty seven and fifty seven it's simply a propaganda campaign aimed at voters who barely pay attention but they. Do show up once. A year, and vote and will vote based on what the last emotional argument was made to them is. About the last emotional argument here's how they vote A lot, of these people who vote have no knowledge of of what's really going on and they're easily misled by campaign commercials or Jerry Brown's lies this is the wholesale destruction. Of the Justice system About really six different ways No more prisons built Prisoners dumped out of the state prison system prisoners dumped out of? The local jail system no more prosecutions from. A lot of misdemeanors Much fewer drug prosecutions They wanna, get rid of bail For many many defendants and they wanna stop prosecutions entirely by. Sending almost everyone to mental diversion Mental health diversion so there you go That may be more than six and what do you have left if you're letting people at early if you're pushing people out into the, streets if you're not building new prisons if you're not letting if, you're not sitting new people to prison. If you're not even Keeping, him in jail until they can post bail to ensure that they, show up for trial Well there's no more Justice system what do you think's going to happen What do you think's gonna happen And, you seem like the burglary rate? Its just, gone, through the roof I had oh Is that the the next the next the next door site as very? Popular in, neighborhoods It's it's a website and you type in your name and And some other information and you get a private chat area we're, just the neighbors talk about, what's going, on in the neighborhood and a lot of it's you, know for neighborhood trivial stuff, like anybody got a good gardener anybody got a good pediatrician but then people get into fights over local. Issues and let me see if I can call this up Yeah here's a guy who lives near me and he's saying addio to the west side He wrote after twelve years of living happy here very excited to be moving on As the homeless set up, camp right in the heart of our village And the..
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"Tony jackie lacey says that officials showed up at the guy's house in temples that he last month expecting defined four guns they found twenty eight and eleven of them were untraceable socalled ghost guns if someone has this kind of flowerpower and they are going through great pains to make sure that it is it traceable it is for illgotten gains she says it's possible that the man was planning to sell the gun some of them were what officials call selfmade assault weapons this man's adult daughter was also arrested the feds have started replacing parts of the border wall in california customs and border protection is working on a roughly two mile stretch of the wall in downtown tel exa co about one hundred twenty miles east of san diego now the barrier was first built in the nineties from recycled metal scraps a company based in nebraska is doing the work on an eighteen milliondollar contract the project is expected to take about ten months people feel like they have had a lot of bad days may not be alone a study conducted by the personal fitness app free led ex looked at how nearly two thousand working americans dealt with stress researchers found that the average american said they had 16 bad days a year the study says eighty percent of the bad days were partially caused by workrelated stress the lack asleep was found to be the largest reason people are unhappy sickness financial worries canceled plans and feeling dirty or disheveled also caused bad days but researchers say more exercise could help alleviate the bad feelings debra mark kfi new and the son of appeal a pulitzer prizewinning playwright has sued the filmmakers behind his this year's top oscar nominee the shape of water the lawsuit says that the script about a cleaninglady falling in love with the fee monster brazenly copies of play from nineteen six.
"jackie lacy" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The county uh i think he's highly respected and jackie lacey who's district attorney strongly recommended him uh four the sheriff's job oh he's never gonna leave the sheriff's office to be chief of police for l term he won't do that and buddy certainly is highly qualified handles it interest but if you're sheriff your independently elected which means you're bosses the voters and you don't have to listen to a council you don't have to listen to a mayor autos i listen to a police commissioner amran stammer and on you can do whatever you want because you're duly elected if you're the police chief of la your appointed by the mayor and you have to get voted in by the police commission and then you have two fiveyear terms and you're out there are no term limits for the sheriff so he can be the sheriff until he's dead and i don't see him leave in any time soon but he is a good guy and he would be a good choice but i dunno i think that this who knows this story is going to change the stories could have more turns at a bottle egg flax thanks out about way well more i won't be revealed about the my prediction now speaking of crime and punishment did you see this there was a robbery that went on and compton okay where to wouldbe robbers come in and they're wearing hoods fees and they've got what appears to be a gun and it turns out to be a fake gun sell one of them jumps across the table one gums jumps across the dust there to wear the cashier a standing animal eight this was at a convenience store elites are okay and did that person yell out fake news thing done now well they did as soon as the security guard jump in and started shooting atom uh and that's what you get no kidding he carries gun that looks like a a fake gun you know the cops will kill we're going to kill the 12yearold boy with a fake gun and looks real what are you going i don't know why they make them so realisticlooking no kidding and what kinda idiot you have to be to carry gun like that in a robbery where everyone's going with soon the you have a god unless of course it is death by cop maybe you wanted to commit suicide but i.
"jackie lacy" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"And and they're in a state of uh whether disturbed and you go out there and eurasia voice in you in you give commands in and we teach command presence and that is appropriate in some cases but if you can get a read that someone is dealing with difficulties like this and what you want to do is actually lower your voice and talk more softly rather than yeah ellen because yellen will set some some people off who were dealing with these kind of issues so i think it's at training our people as well as we possibly can to be able to a recognize a disorders that are common in the field and then to be able to adjust their behavior to what they're running into tom in preparation of the show i talked to district attorney jackie lacey right she thinks you're the great thing since celebrate that very much i think the weller how 'bout chief charlie beck never good france he thinks you're awesome thank you then you go to the supervisors zevon canabis both of those guys are terrific and the stuff you've done in long beach in terms of helping the forced down there and the things that you've done for the people of long beach a showing the leadership you have among your fellow officers and showing the the good work in to the city of long beach along with these other prison reforms and so forth you get a lot of good grades spell i appreciate that ram lacked kdoi his rene i i think thank you for that but the whole night jio of a neighborhood cop is that possible in this day and age you know it's become harder and harder as we've downsize the size of our of our departments yahya when you compare west coast policing with these posts policing and i look at chicago boston philadelphia and other cities uh you have about four to four and a half officers per thousand population russian dc i think has about seven and a half when you look at the los angeles lapd has two and a half officers per thousand long beach is down to one point seven so where it was stretch very thinly so.