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"jason stockily" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Committee today in response to police actions following the jason stockily murder trial cable exurbs brian feldman is live at city hall with what concerns the committee may bring up ryan tom during the protests following jason stock not guilty verdict several officers allegedly chanted quote who streets our streets in response in front of protesters chief o'toole also drew criticism when he said police quote 'owned it tonight now the board of alderman wants to know more about how police handled does protests on friday the board of alderman passed a resolution calling for interim chief oh tool to appear before the public safety committee this morning now that is not a binding resolution so there's no word of cheeful tool will actually appear at this morning's committee meeting reporting live brian feldman newsradio eleven twenty kmox it's this cabin kalina's kamel ex news first reported the push for police body cameras has hit a speed bump in the city mayor light a cruz in refusing to sign the contract for a free one year trowel run she's learned the data storage costs are considerably estimate i think is about four million dollars for the first year of the free body cameras that doesn't mean it's not a good deal to get free body cameras they just means that there's more to it than that and says she still once fully body cameras but it's now a budget thing trying to find the money and st louis police officer clear to return to duty after being dismissed last year as not yet back on the job now supporters have captain ryan cousins are wondering what's behind the delay wire with very outspoken the be all armor the previous administration or you could get rid of throw leader words on the border or did opd sergeant jason lund says the st louis metropolitan police department has not only failed to set a return date for cousins that they are an adequately investigating the officers who appear to.
"jason stockily" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Stockily protests hit st charles i'm brian kelly campbell x news time is edel for your forecast at 806 demonstrators upset with the jason stockily verdict headed to st charles yesterday after making a brief stop at the st louis outlet mall in hazel would they went to main street st charles there was a report of one person attending october fest they're being arrested for hitting one of the demonstrators the burglary suspect shot to death yesterday morning by a homeowner and south st louis county identified as a nineteen year old demarcus box lee was from st louis police say he died in the shooting on shad wellknown jefferson barracks a year old suspect also shot is in stable condition this morning and illinois judges ordered mental evaluations for a freshman high school student charge and the shooting of another student at matutuine high school the students charged with aggravated battery with a firearm in the shooting at the cafeteria their calls county state's attorney brian bauer told the judge the boy had a semiautomatic handgun a teacher grabbed the boys arm as he shot at a girl about the shot missed and hit another student in the upper chest that students in stable condition the cardinals one in pittsburgh yesterday coming up with the ninth inning couple of ninthinning inning runs to get the victory and they play their again this evening it's a 605 start here on kmox our forecast today it's going to be sunny humid at ninety three degrees just one degree shy of the record set an eighteen ninety one tonight clear humid in seventy then tomorrow mostly sunny and humid the high ninety two the records 94 also from eighteen ninety one right now it's sixty eight in belleville 72 and st charles it is sunny and 71 degrees downtown at the.
"jason stockily" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"The verdict oh was issued by a judge he opted not to have a jury trial he opted to go with the the judge the judge acquitted him of his first degree murder okay and that's what caused than they of course the unrest happened this weekend it was a lot of where's the article here as of saturday night the police chief laurence o'toole said twentythree people had been arrested many agitators began to destroy property an assault police officers said the police chief roughly one thousand protesters descended on the mayor's home throwing rocks and breaking windows uh after the judge acquitted jason stockily okay so those are the facts of the case there was as they saw a say unrest there was violence and this kind of thing is all too common in the united states now and the there is a growing and growing number of people who do not trust the police so my question to you is do you trust the police has the activity of the past few years and the protest the black lives matter movement the videos the constantly senior social media feed has that changed your perception of the police something tells me what people are in camps either trust the police or they don't that i don't know of many people are moved by these videos ticket repeated over and over on social media i feel what it does is it ends up confirming how people believe how they already belief do you trust the police in your community eight.
"jason stockily" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Reporter riding in a great city of saint louis in 2011 a convicted drug dealer named anthony lamar smith was identified by police officers is dealing in the business of dealing heroin he then uh is observed with a gun in a parking space police off sara officer a jason stockily pulls up behind them and i anthony lamar smith becomes a fleeing felon in possession of a firearm illegally under disability haven't been convicted multiple times of dealing in heroin knew what was going to happen going back to prison so he runs the back of his is a vehicle into the police side he then positions is car in such a way as to try to run down and kill two cops in uniform pose away in a high rate of speed the cops getting their damaged car chase him goes on a highspeed chase through residential areas putting at risk thousands of innocent people he then is stopped and police officer or see him brandishing a gun a revolver an officer jason stockily fires of fivetime arms killing anthony lebar lamar smith watching the media tonight cbs news nbc and abc talks about a white police officer killing a black motorist is that an editorial or opinion o or are those arrested tation of facts is it also fair to say that a white police officers shot a black fleeing felon who bush dealing heroin trying to kill those police officers it depends if all you hear about this case is what the mainstream media tells you you would think quote is a black motorist you're constantly in jeopardy being shot by white police officer like darren wilson who shot michael brown and killed him and ferguson missouri because michael brown tried to merge in order police officer darren wilson in uniform in his car those are the facts determined by the fbi and the department of injustice underneath the leadership of barack hussein obama but to watch the media cover this thing i see it report after report a black motorist was killed by a white police officer all really how about i black fleeing felon who is dealing death in the black community who tried to kill a police officer was shot during the commission of a felony when you proceed away from a cop having tried to kill him at a high rate of speed that is a fleeing felon who while he's doing it is committing a felony while doing our practice this law for thirty four years i'm a.
"jason stockily" Discussed on WGTK
"We talked the beginning of the show about the officer who was tried and found not guilty in connection with the murder of a suspect named anthony lamar smith here is what the officer said events that might be planned while hybrid i go out the other day shapes up but it's fully anticipated that there will be more protests this afternoon going in to this evening and we just learned because of the heavy police presence as expected to accompany these protesters that the hutu which have scheduled a carter here tonight right had to cancel their event we just got a man from the band and their torn company wanna read that to you it says we have been informed by the st louis police department if they are not in a position to provide that standard protection for our audience as would be expected for an event of this size we have also been informed that local crowd's security personnel would not be at full capacity the light of this information we cannot and good conscious risk our fans safety by proceeding with that i've concert as much as we regret having to cancel we feel it is the only acceptable course of action and the current environment and that current environment for rica of course is the possibility of unrest though we thought happened last night when had to use their pepper spray and unleashed tear gas on the crowd one when many protesters got unruly we saw them a surround the mayor's residence about a dozen or so protestors took from giant rocks smashed us some windows and that's really when the police came in and ultimately they were able to that this worth the crowd but had happened late round midnight or so in the meantime we're now hearing from the author himself former police officer jason stockily who is speaking out in particular i he's reacting to that explosive allegation that in the midst of this case that the free fina and dash cam video saying quote i'm going to kill that expletive capitalism a not remember stating that i was that we this don't you know it the first time that i heard that was when i met with the fbi and i gave them the theme answer them give me you now which was i i don't recall saying it but i never deny.
"jason stockily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Zach braff honey catch 93 wibc morning pleasure feud with you in keeping our eye on things louis the riots they're continued into a third night more than 80 people have been arrested and let's be clear when you're throwing rocks when you're throwing bottles a cops when you're breaking windows and damaging his decision to destroy those riots those are not pr protests this because of the verdict in the jason stockily case jason stockily former police officer found not guilty of first degree murder in the shooting death of 24yearold the anthony lamar smith smith was shot five times after a highspeed chase this started when he backed his car up into a police cruiser this started when police thought he was engaged in a drug deal in a restaurant parking lot now they went for first degree murder because stockily on bodycam was quoted as saying we're gonna kill this mother blanca although they claim in multiple people said they don't know context they know it got said it they're not sure what else got said he there was an unintelligible or what have you also there was a claim that he uh smith had a gun although he didn't have one at the time of the shooting and that police planted the gun in smith's car the judge judge his name timothy wealth and saying now you're not you can't sell me on that one not for a second i'm not at all i don't see where or how he could have planted a gun in the car well this has led to the riots that we're talking about this has led to the violence that we're talking about in one of these strangest protests of all was when they decided to take a two one of the local shopping malls and tell people they can't shop.
"jason stockily" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Jr scopes are coming up soon protests continued downtown in the wake of the stock reverted good evening i'm brett bloom kmox news time is edel fourfold tricky the forecast is coming up at eight oh seven on protesters outside police headquarters today chanting the name of the man shot dead by saint louis police officer jason stockily back in 2011 a judge found starkly not guilty of firstdegree murder on friday city resident anthony bell was one of those in the crowd who we can come together and begin to work on justin judicial system uk waves in america where serves a third metals and not the whole way through we won't continue a problem another in attendance was amply lamar smith smother andy smith missouri governor air grains continuing to take a hard line against those who would turn a peaceful protest in which france decree damage mayhem and he did it well apparently criticising the administr russian of his predecessor democrat drain x in the pass rate we've had leaders who say well it's okay we're going to give people a safe space hill said that it's okay for people that burning buildings and walkway that's not the case people engage in violence england gagen vandalism they're going to deal with nixon was governor in 2014 when riots broke out in ferguson and he faced criticism for waiting to law and order national guard troops into action brightens made his comments while touring damage caused by protesters in university city last night the search continues for three men who robbed the casino queen and shot a guard early sunday three walked into the casino around to fifty a m they were carrying assault rifles they disguised their identities illinois state police trooper calvin dijan your says they walked up to the first cage got some cash each those at one point one of them spotted an unarmed guard and shot when they saw him they may have assumed he was or you know by being the full security uniform that those does kinda look like you could possibly be a police uniform die says the guard was seriously injured but is in stable condition investigators poring over video trying to get a good look at the suspects and their later expected release a description missouri attorney general josh holly is calling for the state's anti riot laws to be enforced to the letter the st louis circuit attorney's office holly outlined the laws against riding.
"jason stockily" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I'm berry nelson several rallies were held today to protest the removal of confederate monuments across the country cbs news reporter nikki battista has more heavily armed police used barricades two key the crowds from getting too close to the statue yard long there were also dueling demonstration in washington dc members of the jugglers took over one end of the national mom they are fans of the rock group insane com posse at the other end several hundred protrump supporters gathered for what was billed as the mother of all rallies gums warmer later latest more bring earlier sure there was a large police presence but there were no reports of violence nikki batiste for cbs news new york a law enforcement memorial outside of the state capital in madison as vandalized w ics tv and madison reports that the vandals spray painted justice for anthony lamar smith on a marble facade the writing references the c lewis protests that are taking place this weekend in response to the acquittal of former seamless police officer jason stockily charges will not be filed against milwaukee police officers for the death of germain klay brooks looks klay brooks was shot and killed in march near 19th and stark on milwaukee's north side police say brooks was the target of a drug investigation his aunt beverley walker's says they will keep fighting and i just want everyone to know were not given to the next step and we ask are the family community the joint air with us the milwaukee county.
"jason stockily" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Three best for us this watch cbs's jim chenevey hundreds of protestors took to the streets of st louis to demonstrate against the missouri judges acquittal of a white police officer in the shooting death of a black drug suspect dean reynolds reports security was heavy in st louis as the city dealt with protests over the latest acquittal level white cobb in the killing of a black man former st louis patrolling jason stockily was charged with murder and the 2011 shooting of anthony lamar smith the incident caught on multiple cameras occurred after a highspeed chase and a collision stockily called it selfdefense against a suspected drug dealer smith he said was pulling a gun on him were some scuffles in the demonstrations some pepper spray least one police officer injured by bricks being thrown by some of the day demonstrators a federal judge has ruled that attorney general jeff sessions cannot withhold federal grant money to socalled sanctuary cities unc law professors sam earning the issue that chicago one on is they don't have to let immigration authority into there will be done at the taliban aggression at thirty anything appeals are respected legislation that would declare california a sanctuary state limiting police cooperation with federal immigration authorities feared the state assembly friday and is expected to do the same in the senate tonight or tomorrow governor jerry brown has already voiced his support isis has claimed responsibility for a homemade bomb attack in the london subway friday that injured twenty nine people but the british government is bristling at comments made by president trump he in the wake of the attack charlie dagger a reports the hunt for the bonner had barely begun when president trump blamed the attack on sick and demented people who had been in the sights of scotland yard which drew a sharp rebuke from british prime minister theresa may nothing is hope speculate on what is an ongoing investigation there had been no arrests so far correspondent sam litzinger has the latest on north korea the un security council condemning north korea's latest ballistic missile launches a serious violation of security council resolutions coming less than two weeks after its sixth nuclear test which also violated a un ben h r mcmaster is president trump's national security advisor there is a military option now it's not what we would prefer to do so what we have.
"jason stockily" Discussed on KPCC
"Live from npr news in washington on shea stevens hundreds of protesters marched in saint louis friday after the acquittal of a white former police officer who fatally shot a black motorist in two thousand eleven as st louis public radio's erica hunziker reports the demonstrations began shortly after the judge's verdict the first round of protests started in the morning and continued throughout the day mayor decrease in says there were a couple of tense moments please use pepper spray after they said protesters threw waterbottles at officers by evening some protesters were being arrested even as others march through city streets st louis is interim police chief says four officers were injured jason stockily says he fatally shot anthony smith and selfdefense following a car chase that ensued after suspected drug deal prosecutors say the tests show the only dna on the gun found in some its car belong to stockley a federal judge in chicago says the trump administration may not deny public safety grants to cities refusing to go operate with immigration enforcement officers chicago's mayor rahm emanuel calls the ruling a clear statement that the administration is wrong on the issue environmentalists are cheering a federal court decision in denver regarding the future of fossil fuel leasing on public land's from rocky mountain pbs dan voice has that story the case began in 2010 in wenzhou coal companies wanted to expand minds on federal land in wyoming's powder river environmental groups sued the bureau of land management for not taking climate impacts into account when deciding to approve these leases mike scots with the sierra club he says historically federal agencies have not seen oil gas and coal lease ing as something that would have an effect on climate they argued that if we didn't mine or drill the resources on whatever land they were overseeing somebody else would just produce them in the courts found the that is just not true the tenth circuit court of appeals is ordering be lm to revise its environmental impact statement on the leases now take in these factors into account for npr news i'm dan voice and.
"jason stockily" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Cbs news i'm sam litzinger ahead of the naacp st louis his asking president trump on the justice department to immediately review the acquittal of a white st louis police officer in the shooting death of a black man a judge found jason stockily not guilty of first degree murder and the 2011 deaf a 24yearold anthony smith that's prompted protests in st louis cbs corresponding rattled judge timothy wilson said he was not convinced of stock lease guilt and ask for smith the judge wrote that an urban heroin dealer not in possession of a firearm would be an anomaly i'll watkins represents smith's fiat on say krisztina wilson i find the ultimate disposition the ruling could be appalling neil bunch rigorous stock lace defense attorney and at the end of the day the court applied the right standards and ed to the facts and they came up with the right conclusion protesters are reported throwing rocks at the mayor's house cbs news gross wanted jim taylor says it's illegal setback for president trump's immigration plans federal judges ruling that attorney general jeff sessions cannot follow through with his threat to withhold public safety grant money to chicago or any other socalled sanctuary city for refusing his order to impose tough immigration policy this means the justice the park been cannot deny requests for the grant money until chicago's lawsuit against the agency is concluded the judge writing the cargo has shown a likelihood of success in its arguments that sessions overstepped his authority jim taylor cbs news president trump suggestion of london police could have done more to prevent today's home made bomb explosion drew a quick response from british prime minister theresa may who says it's never helpful the.
"jason stockily" Discussed on WWL
"Litzinger the head of the naacp st louis he's asking president trump on the justice department to immediately review the acquittal of a white st louis police officer in the shooting death of a black man a judge found jason stockily not guilty of first degree murder and the 2011 death a 24yearold anthony smith bats prompted protests in st louis cbs news grows wanna dean reynolds judge timothy wilson said he was not convinced of stock lease guilt and ask for smith the judge wrote that an urban heroin dealer not in possession of a firearm would be an anomaly i'll watkins represents smith's fiat on say christina wilson i find the ultimate disposition the ruling could be appalling neil bunch rigorous stock lease defense attorney and at the end of the day the court applied the right standards and add to the facts and it came up with the right conclusion protesters are reported throwing rocks at the mayor's house cbs news gross one of jim taylor says it's illegal setback for president trump's immigration plans federal judges ruling that attorney general jeff sessions cannot follow through with his threat to withhold public safety grant money to chicago or any other socalled sanctuary city for refusing his order to impose tough immigration policy this means the justice department man cannot deny requests for the grant money until chicago's lawsuit against the agency is concluded the judge writing the cargo has shown a likelihood of success in its arguments that sessions overstepped his authority jim taylor cbs news president trump suggestion that london police could have done more to prevent today's homemade bomb explosion drew a quick response from british prime minister theresa may who says it's never helpful the speculate on what is an ongoing investigation the.
"jason stockily" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The streets of saint louis this evening after a judge acquitted a former police officer of first degree murder in the shooting death of a drug suspect dean reynolds is there security was heavy in st louis today as the city dealt with protests over the latest acquittal of old white cop in the killing of a black man former saint louis patrolman jason stockily was charged with murder and the 2011 shooting of anthony lamar smith the incident caught on multiple cameras occurred after a highspeed chase and a collision stockily called it selfdefense against a suspected drug dealer smith he said was pulling a gun on him prosecutors countered that stockily seeing here retrieve the thirty eight caliber revolver from the backseat of his police car and planted the weapon in smith's car moments after shooting him five times and that the gun bore only the policeman's prince but judge timothy wilson said he was not convinced of stock lease guilt and ask for smith the judge wrote that an urban heroin dealer not in possession of a firearm would be an anomaly i'll watkins represent smith's fiance kristina wilson i find the ultimate disposition the ruling could be up all the old bunch rigorous stock leigh's defense attorney and at the end of the day the court applied the right standards and add to the facts and they came up with the right conclusion the demonstrations a day of loud and increasingly confrontational stock is the fourth offer in four months to be acquitted of murder charge involving are black victim anthony dean reynolds in st louis tonight thanks slowly but surely here come's hurricane jose it's a category one with a maximum sustained winds of seventy five miles an hour jose is about six hundred miles south east of cape hatteras north carolina it's expected to kick up rough seas as it moved so moves north too soon to tell if it will make landfall nearly a week after hurricane erma slammed ashore in florida the us death toll is at least 28 more than one and a half million florida homes and businesses are still without power coming up next on the cbs evening news nasa celebrates the final chapter of a remarkable voyage and later steve hartmann with the letter that changed who lives for the better wbz news time seven forty four.
"jason stockily" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"A potential repeat of the ferguson unrest from the summer 2015 st louis is bracing for another round of violent protests after a former policeman was acquitted for the alleged murder of a black man is reuters reports today a missouri judge found a white former saint louis police officer not guilty of murder in the shooting death of a black man so it was not a jury trial it was a hutu a judge reuters says that stirred feelings of anger and frustration in the black community four police officer thirty six year old jason stockily was acquitted of first degree murder for killing anthony lamar smith 24 years old stockily was arrested may of last year and accused of planning a gun in anthony lamar's smith's car testified that he acted in self defence according to reuters today judge timothy wilson's highly anticipated ruling was announced today more than five weeks after the bench trial ended now he muster wanted a bench trial instead of a jury trial that's interesting the judge wrote in his ruling quote this court as a tryer of fact is simply not firmly convinced of defendant's guilt in other words if you have a reasonable doubt whether you the judge of the jury of you have a reasonable doubt if the jury you gotta learn go beyond reasonable doubt or if you're the judges a bench trial instead of jury gillam go judge wilson said prosecutors also asked the court to consider a lesser degree of homicide but they did not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that stock lease use of deadly force was not justified in selfdefence as a result missouri governor eric brightens has placed the national guard on standby with officials fearing the verdict could set off violent protests as in similar incidents involving police and minorities around the united states in recent years as roy reuters eds saint louis and state officials were braced for a violent protests and racial tensions similar to those the followed the 2014 fatal shooting by police of unarmed black teenager michael brown in ferguson near saint louis ferguson is in the st louis metropolitan area according to reuters now this is how the.
"jason stockily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Cernan cats three 993 93 with us we are keeping our eyes on the what's going on in then st louis area were about to see a large amount of writing it was the decision of not guilty from a judge in the case of jason stockily is charged a former police officer charged with firstdegree murder white officer black victim i mean there was what they thought was a drug viola this guy smith did indeed run his a vehicle anthony lamar smith whose name backed his vehicle into a police car there was a chase all that happened the not guilty on the first degree murder the judge saying that the just the evidence isn't there for firstdegree murder now crowds gathering in and around saint louis this of course for the home of ferguson michael brown keeping an eye on things we had jamie arm and on from ah at the nou sokhon some one the morning show host there in st louis and saying listen the it's not just about what could happen tonight the u2 concert we had them here just last weekend there in st louis this weekend there are lots of places where antifront or these people can decide to get loud there's an edge sharon concert other things are going on within the city were keeping an eye on it that much is for sure but i want to break down the whole susan rice is a liar conversation because susan rice the liar and while it's very possible she didn't break the law that doesn't mean that she's trustworthy it simply means that she may not have broken the law she was the national security adviser and as the national security adviser she could take a look at classified information and she could take a look at.
"jason stockily" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Setting up a protest area in poker park that's at the corner of tucker and market but she stresses law enforcement will be on a law enforcement will do their job and follow proper protocol to stop unlawful behaviour and deescalate situations as needed crews says city police will be working with other area law enforcement agencies throughout the weekend with the jason stockily case of unfolded differently if the officers that they had been wearing body cameras automatic president luis readers proposing the city sign up for a pilot program to get free body cameras for all its officers for one year it would've answered a lot of questions if uh if indeed that officer would have had a body cameroon in the way these things war operate is one of the major incident happened after if delights come on on on their car if they remove the arrive at a center council those types of things the cameras will automatically turn on out of oliva plan after one year the city could continue to outfit it's 1200 officers with body cameras at a cost of a thousand dollars per officer or about one point two million dollars read west the city's finance board the board of estimate in a porsche amid to approve the pilot plan next week elizabeth snyder the widow of slain st louis county officer blake snyder took to facebook live to call for peace urging the community not to paint all police officers with a broad brush you think that doesn't mean every now every heart all apple or murder so let's not destroy air niger says she likes how dr martin luther king protested saying he never destroyed thing she thinks that no one listens to protestors who destroy their communities coming up at 520 to on total information am this is komo exsouth editor fred bottom are notably in st louis there are about 1300 patient on the kitty transplant weightless singer selena gomez raises awareness of kidney transplants after receiving wind due to her issues with lupus and we'll check the forecast dan any issues that might be on the roadways this morning coming.
"jason stockily" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Calling for calm ahead of a verdict good evening i'm alec steigman kmox news time seven 04 four seventy four degrees a mostly cloudy sky downtown at the arch it's becoming that way any way full forecast at 707 missouri governor eric brightens making it appeal to protesters ahead of a verdict in the trial of a former police office your accused of murder the governor says whatever the verdict is in the trial of former officer jason stockily protesters have a constitutional right to demonstrate and speak their minds but flipping cars and burning homes is not the way to have a conversation we're not going to have it here in missouri breaking a window is not free speech throwing brexit police is not free speech frightened spoke after meeting with local clergy and members of the st louis police department seeking come one minister said afterwards nobody wants violence but he added the ministers don't have the power to control young activists kevin killing newsradio of in twenty kmox still no word on when the judge judge will announce his verdict ahead of possible protests the aclu is warning police to remember the lessons learned in ferguson local aclu executive director jeff remittances police cannot arbitrarily forbid protesters from just standing on the sidewalk you may recall at the time of ferguson the aclu had to go to court to strike down the socalled quote him quote fivesecond second rolled the police instituted this idea that you could not stand in place for more than five seconds of course the federal district court judge said that's absolutely wrong wittman says police should also remember the courts of affirm the rights of citizens to videotape or photograph police in the midst of a demonstration so long longest they're not interfering bit been outlined his concerns of the letter said two local and state police governor gradin's mayor crews and missouri attorney general josh holly illinois governor bruce runners top education advisor is leaving her post this week riders office says secretary of education beth purposes last day is friday she began working at the.