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The Case for Police Abolition

The Nod

05:29 min | 2 months ago

The Case for Police Abolition

"At. The time of this recording one thousand seventeen people in the US have been shot and killed by police this past year, and as the numbers continue to grow. It's got meany questioning why we're even need cops in the first place, but the question of polishing the police also makes a lot of people nervous so today we're going straight to the source in talking to an actual abolitionist. Bill Fina Y'all on. It's an important conversation that you don't want to miss. This is the nod. We've heard it all before. Give Cops Body Cams hold them accountable, cautious need diversity and bias training. We need community policing black police. We need Brown police, but as the years roll by an efforts at reform are showing no signs of stopping the brutal violence against black people in this country, a different call gaining traction is the call to abolish the prison industrial complex, which is made up of prisons, policing and surveillance all forms contrary to what a lot of. Of people believe this isn't a new school. Of Thought, it's been around since the eighties, and it's been embraced by people all over the world. Much of what we know about it. Today has been studied practice and built upon three black women. We have to mention Angela Davis Ruth Wilson, Gilmore and Mariam Kaba Today. We're joined by bill. Fina Y'all want a Baltimore based restorative justice practitioner. Who writes about abolition and how to practice it in our community? It'll pheno. Thank, you so much for being here today. It's awesome. Have you thank you? Thank you for having me so abolition. Is Abolition essentially what we talk about admission we're saying is that a world cannot just without the physical presence of police in prisons, but a world where we all have, our needs met in a way that we do not have to commit the crimes that laid us in prison, and with policing right, and so abolition forces us to complete your frame how we think about the concept of prisons and lease, and to be honest about the history of it prisons. Prisons were created as an alternative to slavery. It says so and the thirteen th amendment, and so when we look if that that violence and genocide history of policing prisons, abolition says it's not possible for us to have world rabies dynamics exist so I'm sure we've all seen a lot of the back and forth in the media, and even just an online conversations about what's reformist versus what is abolitionist. What sorts of things are absolutely out of the question or Believed that we can have rover prisons and policing exist. We just have to make it better. And abolitionist believed that is not possible behalf to completely get rid of it and create new systems and structures. How did you come to fruition? Personally had become part of your life identified. The woman is came to woman is during college was definitely my sophomore. Year of college and I thought begins to stand what it means to exist as A. A black woman in this world I understood this system is structured. That are against US I think a lot of people don't understand that the reform to slavery with prisons. The reform to slave catchers was police, and so when you have stopped with that truth as a woman as as a former refugee as an immigrant to this country will hold, I, experience, it was not possible for me to say I love blackness and not become an abolitionist. Something else. That's near and dear to your heart, and also the work that you do is the story of Keith Davis Junior talked to us a little bit about Keith and his story so keep Davis Junior. Is a twenty eight year old black man for Baltimore, who was shot at? Times by the Baltimore Police Department in June of Twenty fifteen. He's being accused and they're saying that it gun was founded in Keith was connected to a murder. In March he was sentenced to fifty years, and after five years in five rows, Amish. It's been an ongoing case that five years WWLTV's dedicated to. Always bring her into the space. Kelly Davis has four beautiful children and Khloe Amari and Jaden and his case is so connected to what was happening in Baltimore after Twenty fifteen after the murder of Freddie Gray talk to me a bit about how keeps life and story relates specifically to your Abolition Work Keith case is connected to abolition one, if forces us to see kids humanity beyond what he did as a child chief, interaction with the criminal justice system started very early, and what we know is that it was a result of all of the conditions that came with Keith birth his stories parents. Parents his poverty, and so forth, and so as a result of that chief found himself funneled into a system. That once you've been in there. It's easier to keep coming back. If Selah commits a crime, we have to ask ourselves if the necessities of somebody is not being met, and instead were thrown them in a cage cage is actually more violent and transformed into a even more violent person with Keith case what we've seen has been a blatant disregard for any kind of laws, any kind of good faith and what we saw for the past five years is lies and lies and lies and confirms. That meet cannot possibly rehabilitate a system that has no

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"keith davis junior" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"keith davis junior" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Even correct in the first place to try to hold these people because what does is a power graph we now have the power to be like this moment happened there's records Dr another you fucked up you do not get this right whatever your intentions were it doesn't matter to us fuck you forever fuck any good thing you do fucking any systemic overhauls you do that help people fuck all of it now and I think that imposes bad and that's what I talk about in the last thing I'll say gonna come up again because I've seen in a very private podcast people wrote in about it this week Maryland Mosey was getting hate before that she was she was getting hey immediately acted of Freddie gray stuff happened before this Keith Davis Junior case so I mean just talking about stuff that happened today I'm saying immediately I saw people you know I still remember my girl go Taylor o of he's that was you know very harsh towards Maryland moesby and that was right after the like during the Freddie Gray stuff pretty hard on her and I was like damn like what does she do you know what I'm saying is it because she occupies his job like I'd rather have her at that job then you know the vast majority of the job and definitely then of course a bunch of fucking Har- like I'm just how you're trying to get these black people locked up on the job but I don't think we're really ready to talk about these things in general I mean we talk about it here to blackout tests but most people aren't educated enough they don't eat enough and they don't have enough they're not willing to take themselves out of the kind of echoed chambers that they're around and really like talk about these things from a realistic perspective we're we people in general are bunch of Darryl Maurice WANNA FLASH UP TO RE tweet HASHTAG stand with so and so we want to do that part but we don't want to pay for it and we don't want to talk about it we don't want to educate about it we don't want to actually have to give up anything for right we just want to say that we're we don't consider the whole problem and why some of these issues ah I did my job good night and that's not good enough no because that's actually the easy way out I'm just gonNA keep it is the easy way to flash in the pan you can do can do that do you move on and you can separate yourself you can keep living your life and keep living the Matrix because then the matrix we all kind of live in it and people wonder why it's not broken in wine and Matrix won't change a lot of ways because nobody actually like you said to actually think in the analyzed she didn't take themselves out and not make the situation about themselves and actually talk about the the real nuances of the situation and have empathy and sympathy compassionate and understanding to the people that are directly affected by because everybody fucks up everybody does but you know what happened you fuck up you learn you know what happens when you fuck up most people oh you know what happens when you fuck up you're a ball you change your perspective change all of a sudden you think about it you would make that same decision so now that same person Nick fucked up years ago is now turning around and late night eight hundred people but you know what fuck up sometimes had to happen in order to get to that point to make to make that decision but yeah go fuck it fuck it bucket okay. What about these family members that you know what about people did have been pleading in writing to senators and governors and congressmen to get their family members what about those who the fuck them okay people only care about things when they don't directly impact them like they go why aren't going my way one hundred percent of the time all the time there's like even you you human being saying that you aren't capable operating in your best interest in one hundred percent all the time every time ah no one is capable of that level but we require that from people and then when they fuck up instead of being like well because see what you're not gonNa hear me say because I said I'm not educated on this case I'm not here being like Mayor Moser didn't Cook Fuck y'all that's my girl right I'm saying maybe I will concede to you she but the and she also has done some great things in their job right that's the part that people hate the here right right because then you have to have the nuance that a lot of times media does not allow you to do and a lot of times people have these strong and he's very black and white scenarios own situations like I say they don't directly impact them don't directly impact family their loved ones because if the shoe was on the other foot Oliver Sutton people's tune chain and I've seen it online where a lot of times people will be awry drag drag drag drag and all of a sudden they've been dragged all of a sudden they today has been dragged all of a sudden you know they've been on other shoe and enable God damn back-off I might need to change my perspective on things yes because once you've been on the other side of it you have a better understanding of it and you understand people's why people do things and then you're like Oh this is actually just fucked up yeah I think there's also like some bigger points that I wanna make it at this stuff that I'm still fleshing out like I finally finished the book lacking up our own by wasn't a former junior and there's some things that don't add up with a lot of people who claim to be Oh prison abolitionists prison reformist and in the way that they act towards other people and the way they act online and the things that they say about people full something's not right either you lying or you lying like like like they dot added enough so I'll get into that maybe another time ls something someone brings up is relevant so Be Tight Rice Fan. 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03:54 min | 1 year ago

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"That's one of the it's so cruel to because it what you see happening is the prosecution <unk> sort of pitting against each other like you know supporters of the person who is charged with the murder against the family of the victim down when you know just as far as we're concerned justice for Kevin Jones starts with justice for Keith. Davis junior like you can't keep did did not murder Kevin Jones him serving time in prison convicted of that crime doesn't do any service to Kevin Jones it doesn't that's not honoring his memory at all and it's tragic that his family has apparently been sort of you know they seem to believe what they've been told by the Prosecution Putian but now we're still WANNA believe it I mean if you were the victim and you're in victim's family and you're in this emotional state. You are looking obviously sleigh like person with the badge the person on WHO's supposed to be on your side to give you answers and then they show up with like all these confident things of course of course you're going to believe them near in a few families sort of really sort of see through that the smoke and mirrors but not alway I mean of like I have such for them right. Desiring Avenue losure makes sense. You know like emits point that like there is someone out there who really killed them and it's true in in <unk> ammon lease case on forward right like someone really did it and then that person God forbid is out. They're able to do it again and you look at like what I guess. We have a pretty good suspicion here that Kenny Neal has has lab at like. What did he go on to do his freedom you know what crimes is he? Do we think he could be <unk> out there doing that. We don't know anything about because no one. No one did anything no-one no-one put him away live. There does outliving their lives. That's that's fine as well l. but the point is there is so much tragedy and devastation when you write mentally convict the wrong person and you see over and over. You're seeing it in in the Joseph Joseph Webster case you're seeing all the different cases where there's we know that that person didn't do it but rather prosecution is intentionally refusing to give any any leeway or face to face the facts and that is just not serving justice in in any way and I hate to bring it up to make this point too but there's a <hes> <hes> in the dark case about this as well like. How many times do you retry someone win when your case keeps getting up between how expensive is that for for the cities that we're talking about in any time and effort where like there's other real crimes going on or things that you need to be addressing and you're taking the taxpayers money money and wasting it on a fifth trial now human cost also I mean when you think about curtis flowers being innocent on death row me being innocent in general population that's hard enough but then being innocent on death row in Pennsylvania not in the call could happen at any point in time you know in Pennsylvania they're they're? They're in solitary confinement. You know that is torture and so we are playing an innocent. I don't think it's right to torture even guilty human being but the torture an innocent human being the the human cost of that on him and his family is just. We can't even quantify that one of the things we've talked a lot about in peace. Case is the fact that you know clearly it took the state you know there was initial armed robbery trial and then the what was now four murder trials with his one murder and we know one of the things we talk a lot about is how how to certain degree like like they would have kept trying keep until they got a conviction but a lot of it was also about just wearing him out right where you don't hoping hoping that his family would reach a point where literally financially they could not make it work anymore. I mean is team has raised money so far to help with pay for prior attorneys right now he's represented by.

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02:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Is their ability with your office rushing to heap a high conviction rate and not always convicting the right people such as in the case of Davis Junior so I can tell you there's a hallway case but I- Vasan that case I've done in assessment in individuals about that is and I can title <unk> you. I'm not going to get into specific ending opening and ending murder trial as coming up but I just told you that I the only convicted Tiger Unity State America America so that would show you the in display that we don't just go out to individuals the mission of my office is justice over conditions and that's off few at weird sentence recruit my condition integrity back that we're going in Italy Paschel reinvestigation of whole cases and exonerating individuals who have been wrongly accusing convenient incarcerated but very more years we'll be back. That's the mission of ominous no way that case would be close and you can then evaluate evidence I look forward to that is information about these protests outside my house. My kids the town all this and I can't wait for the day so this was Baltimore states attorney Marilyn Moesby in September two thousand eighteen shortly after her office decided to pursue a fourth trial against Keith Davis Junior for the murder of Kevin Jones. The state has received plenty of leeway from the courts to do this. I've never heard of a prosecutor withholding evidence. That's favorable to their case and the three judges who have presided over the trials trials have been consistent about what's admissible favoring the state ninety five percent of the time so for mostly to suggest that there is damning evidence of guilt that has never ever been entered into the record well. That just seems ludicrous. I can't be one hundred percent certain but I have a hunch that most bees individual assessment was sometime between the third trials Hungary in June two thousand eighteen and her sudden decision to fire the lead prosecutor Andrea Mason at the end of August. The trial went sideways when previously withheld surveillance footage long dismissed as having no evidentiary value suddenly surfaced during homicide detective.

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05:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Justify the wind down to see what was going on coordinate with the police shooting. I said that I carry someone Hyun it. And I told him the type of gun that I was looking for looking for a twenty two I said, I just came off of a murder, and I had twenty two caliber shell casings on my scene. So I, I heard you all had a police involved in the evening that you recover of weapon me. No. And you were looking for at twenty two. It was not determined to show shell showcases zone. My crime scene so naturally as a. Investigator, you help me if you see anything that could be related to. The cell Kenzo my saying if it's a gun involved, visit twenty two that me no considerate impact of this short time span the homicide investigation, and then from all of five or six hours, if you wanna give it later, you have a police involved within a quarter of a mile away. Is only into to see if there's any relationship? The go-to under detectives to tell him that you were looking for twenty two and a case that you're leading. So. What happens is, if you in a whole way, and you bias in a core in to so individual mind of a detective. Assist. Like when y'all versus change, shifts the patrol when you change share you. See God coming on afford. It twelve you coming on a midnight. You say to him. Hey, this happened earlier today, looking for this milk and for a guy on a bike, okay? And the same this, I saw wanted to detect this unit, and I let him know that all my scene. I had twenty two caliber, Sal pace. So hey, I don't know what you will have. I don't even know whether or not they have recovered a gun at that time I just said, I had twenty two shell casings from my murder saying, let me know what type of gun you all. Recove-. It happened to say day, murder, because I saw an individual unit who obviously, I don't know if he had responded out to, to, to sting, not I just saw him. And I say, I'm just coming off of America. So I had twenty two caliber shell caissons, let me know of you all get a gun from your sin. To the investigator, the police shooting. And to this level. So I went described him as random at all. I was his name. This worked gap. The motives name is Glen. He was only mater and not saw him. We rotten up twenty eight and I told him what? That I'm two shell casings on my murder, saying, let me know what you all find out a bunch of police involve Dabbagh step was it. That was. Glenn was investigating police today. He's a member of Eunice dislike. I'm a member of home aside. If you wanna talk to one of the other detectors, and you can't get them. You can talk to make our past the information on. No. That's it for now listeners, thank you so much for joining me. These last six weeks, I will be back in mid July for four more episodes in this series as Keith Davis junior begins his fourth and hopefully last trial for the murder of Kevin Jones. If you think this story has been maddening so far prepare yourselves because there are plenty of twists turns, and tidbits from beanies detective friend. Glenn ahead. My God is somebody cutting onions in a year or skit a little emotional. Thank you so much to everyone who has helped make this series possible, especially Robbie Susan and Colin her allowing me to Bogart their podcast for several more weeks than originally planned. I appreciate that so much. Thank you. I'm also so grateful to Hannah McCarthy who edited this last episode and put up with my very, very last minute changes, thank you for that. Thank you, so much sound producer, Rebecca Lavoix for her masterful, editing all season long, as well as her ideas and support, thank you so much. Thank you, as well to meet hotel, hin made, sure I got every last extra episode. I wanted never seem to mind, the slightest bit when I was super duper late on things..

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

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"That lifts one a and four a match Keith Davis juniors. Right. Middle finger and lift to a was a match for the upper portion of his right, poem, if the gun was planted than the prince were planted to and with Keith passed out at the scene that would have been easy enough to do, but the medic was by Keith side at ten oh, eight AM. And then on their way to sign a hospital at ten twenty five Keith was conscious until at least nine fifty eight. When his phone call with Kelly. Suddenly went dead upon him being shot in the face. Fingerprint analysis is a subject Albie discussing in more depth in a later episode, but for right now, let's just assume Elizabeth patties conclusion is correct. That would mean the cops had ten minutes to obtain a random gun, and plant Keats prince before the medic arrived. Is that possible with four police vehicles directly on scene to more few blocks up the street? The district station just a quick jog away and unsupervised access to an auto repair garage. Full of God knows what. Yeah. I'd say it is proving it or at least getting a jury to believe it is the challenge. Here's zach's Waigel, a member of team. Keith. What are you being worked evidence for? Yeah. I mean, I think so much of gun, you know, so it's one of those things where I think it comes down to whether you as a juror are willing to believe that gun to plant, you know, if you're willing to believe it, and you're willing to cast doubt on the entirety of, of what surrounds guy if you're not willing to believe that and it's really hard to separate Keith from the gun, you know, because either you really believe that police took a go and and and push it up against it. I'm conscious persons palm, and they'll finger. Her implanted prints. You're not, you know, some of us that incredibly easy to believe because it's happened before this is not a new concept but for other people, I think whatever their prejudices are. But or against people in police, I think it becomes one of those things where there's two conspiratorial, they wouldn't do in whatever, whatever people used to justify their own, you know, predispositions on the way that these investigations go down before jury deliberations, the prosecution took four of the five prohibited gun charges off the table, leaving them with firearm possession with a felony conviction, and fifteen counts from the original indictment to decide by then Keith had rejected the state's plea offer a fifteen years in prison. The first five without the possibility of parole in exchange for pleading guilty to five charges. Those were attempted armed robbery, two pounds of first degree assault on Eskin. Santiago firearm use in the commission of a felony violent crime and that lingering prohibited. Gun charge. Really? It didn't take very long for the jury to return their verdict. They acquitted Keith Davis junior of all charges, but that one the state and their officer witnesses had failed to convince them beyond a reasonable doubt that Keith was guilty of attempting to rob or harm. Charles Holden of assaulting lane. Eskin Alfred oh, Santi ago or failing to obey their lawful orders, they'd even rejected the state's fingerprint evidence. The verdict would suggest since they also acquitted him of wearing carrying and transporting a handgun. Here's Megan Kenny, breaking down a verdict that remains difficult for many to rationalize fifteen not guilty. One. One guilty that one guilty was illegal possession of a firearm. Due to prior felony conviction, that Keith had had and serve time for I believe is a I can't remember what it was. It was some drug charge. So think about that of the fifteen not guilty. One of it. One of it was not guilty of possession of firearm, where carry transport. And he was found guilty. Of illegal possession of a firearm because he's not allowed to be around any handguns..

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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"When Lena skins, Catherine Philip who Israel Lopez, and I'll frito Santiago gave their tape statements to Baltimore police internal affairs in January and February of two thousand sixteen. They each brought along against their fraternal order of police appointed attorney, Michael Debbie. By the time the officers were compelled they were no longer at risk of being criminally charged for the shooting of Keith Davis junior in June of two thousand fifteen their interviews where for the internal administrative investigation aimed at determining whether their actions had violated any police policies. It's not unusual that the officers brought along legal representation, they have that, right? And plenty of officers, exercise it with Davey, or his colleague, or winner, sitting in the difference. In this case, of course, is that all four officers were set to testify about the events of June. Seventh two thousand fifteen a few weeks later at a public trial in which their accounts will be scrutinized by the media. Keith Davis juniors. Defense attorney, and a jury. Hein welcome to undisclosed. This is the state versus Keith Davis junior. My name is Robert Shaw, the attorney and author of the book, a non story, join me, as we continue to fall, the story of keep Davis junior.

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07:30 min | 1 year ago

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"July twenty seventh two thousand fifteen one of the original seventeen charges filed by police handgun in a vehicle aware carry transport charge was no longer on the docket. It's not clear if that was a decision made by prosecutors or the grand jury or whether Charles Holden's description of the gun in his statement to fit detectives had anything to do with it by that point status of the four officers who shot Keith was still a mystery the use of force investigation remained open. The police department was being cagey about whether the officers were still on administrative duty. And while it seemed unlikely that most B's office would bring criminal charges against the officers. She had yet to issue. Formal declan. Nation letters, Ben in late August Kelly was asked to come in for an interview. That's about half of eight minute long interview. The rest of the questions are all irrelevant throwaways most be has claimed on several occasions that her office conducted an investigation into the police involved shooting of Keith Davis junior. This interview is Representative of the seriousness of that inquiry. It's an insult to Keith to Kelly and to all victims of Baltimore police violence and Kelly was ready to burn it all to the ground. I know. Entire time that we've ever been together have never seen him waiver. I've never seen him. I've seen him angry at might have seen him happy. But I've never heard fear. It was feared his. What he say was baby. I'm about to die. I asked him where he was what is going on. And why he said what the police shot me? What do you mean, they shot where are you? What is that noise? That noise. I staying today knowing that it was forty four shots. There was four of them and one. That morning. God was in mecca. Raj with him. Some mornings I would wake up for Keith. And I would pray. Thank God for this, man. He's everything I ever wanted. And I believe that those are we'll keep here. They would not let us visit. We had to call the -tective when we called detectives we by terra gated keeps nurse caught me one day because I was right as she sent the Hebrew. How can I feel safe? If the only ones that I'm able to see other ones who did this to this was in October two thousand and fifteen at a weekly vigil in Baltimore called west Wednesday organized by Tawanda Jones whose brother Tyrone west with murdered by Baltimore police in two thousand and thirteen to Wanda campaign for Marilyn most bay based on the belief that she would reopen the investigation into Tyron staff only to see her renege as soon as the ballots were counted in her favor to Wanda frequently invites victims of police brutality and their love. Wants to speak, and it was here that Kelly..

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

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"I was I just couldn't see him next thing. I see him come back out. He's got on his hand the games Ghana. I said sore still on his hand. Disappears. Comes back yard leaves back four. He's got to get the fire more rounds after that he goes back pun refrigerator. We all started. Everybody started yelling at one time. And a toy to be quiet. I gave him verbal commands Meyer. So he could understand clearly I told him put on down into crawl out to where I could see those hands in these Croat where seen. He said to me, you're you. Why? And then he said gonna shoot me again. And I said, I will not shoot you get only do exactly what I tell you to do. I watched him synagogue on top of the refrigerator got his hands and knees and crawl out to the middle of grog floor, then on the lake flat down his arms out to the side, which he did. The crime scene photo show, the contents of Keith's pockets on the ground several feet to the left of the refrigerator with the bunker used by sergeant afraid of Santiago just a few feet away. There were two smaller collections of blood here too. But not what you'd expect of gravity's effect on accessibly bleeding gunshot wound to the face. And there was no blood trail leading out from behind the refrigerator either. And all of that aside, they're still nothing to account for the puddle of Keith's blood more than ten feet in the opposite direction. To his medical records. Keith Davis junior was quote unresponsive and unable to answer questions upon arrival at Sinai hospital a C T scan revealed metal fragments in his face, including the maximum, sinus..

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03:26 min | 1 year ago

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"The four officers who shot Keith Davis junior finally received written notification that they were under investigation in late December two thousand fifteen they didn't actually give statements until late January two thousand sixteen that's more than seven months after the shooting. Six months after Commissioner Batts was fired and five months after the fit unit was disbanded by new Commissioner. Kevin davis. I have a hunch that Seth Stauton is in going to like this. I'm not sure how familiar you are with Maryland, wall enforcement officers. Biltrite surely, but not I don't to be an expert. But I know, for example, the tonight delays lawyer provision, one of the longest, right? Here's an interesting talk about the case before shooting officer, the case, we're not asked to give interviews by fifteen or any other internal fares within ten days, they were not asked to get interviewed in fact pill. L seven months later. Oh, my God seven months later is appalling, that's way too. Yeah. Where she needed to respect their process rights as a stylish by the constitutional say, well, that's a given. But you get the information in diligent, you don't just sit for seven months. Just think of an excuse for. Oh, yeah. And one more thing six weeks before Eskin, Philip UIs, Santiago and Lopez were finally compelled to give statements Baltimore states, attorney Marilyn most be sent each officer letter of declaration, assuring them that no criminal charges would be filed. She never asked them to say word. The charges filed on June thirteenth two thousand fifteen involved. A long list of serious crimes and three. Yes. Three victims. Charles Holden, the hack driver officer lane S skins, the wagon driver who chased the man with the gun. And sergeant Alfred oh Santiago the supervisor at the northwestern district. That's unnamed warning the charges against Keith Davis junior are as follows attempted armed robbery and attempted robbery of Charles Holden, three counts of first degree assault. And three counts of second degree assault against Mr. Holden. Leinna skins Alfred. Oh, Santiago three counts of reckless endangerment, involving a handgun handgun on person handgun on vehicle failure to obey a reasonable and lawful. Order firearm use in the commission of felony attempted theft of less than one hundred dollars. And last, but not least discharging a firearm. The officer who filed the charges sergeant Lakisha Sawyer worked out of the north western district, but she had no involvement in the shooting at the garage Ellinora, the car accident west Belvedere and Saint Charles or the investigation into the attempted armed robbery of Charles Holden, the probable cause statement Pegues Keith is the man with the gun and Mr. Holden's Kerr, according to the narrative kief took off running down the alley behind west Belvedere with a gun in his hand and Eskin in pursuit once inside the garage..

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"keith davis junior" Discussed on Undisclosed

"The Melia we sort of again have these cases running in parallel the cases against the police officers in, Freddie, gray case and case against Keith. Davis junior ends again for those who might be following the Freddie gray case what's happened in these prosecutions of the police officers sell actor they were charged. I'm make I two thousand fifteen there was a kind of continuing investigation working in concert with the police department to kind of continue to build this case that they're gonna try these officers on they were all given individual trials. So they weren't tried all group on the first person to go to trial was William porter in December of two thousand fifteen. He was the only officer to take a jury trial, actually, and that was a hung jury verdict there and from an he was going to be retried again a little bit later after a couple of the other officers. So then the next person to go to trial was Edward Niro. And he made the. Unusual decision to take a bench trial, which was interesting especially because there was going to be one judge to preside over all of the trials. So once officer Niro took events trial and that case went in his favor. He was acquitted all the other officers very quickly decided that they were going to take a bench trial. Well, and that I think was I mean, it makes sense strategically for them. I can't fault them for it. But it also I had the affect of limiting transparency actually around the sort of evidence in this case because the judge had seen, you know, he'd feel a lot of things in one trial, and then it allowed them to sort of skip pass the sort of public acknowledgement of certain bits of evidence in the other cases. So what ended up happening is whoever Mira was acquitted after that Caesar Goodson who was the van driver. He was actually the one who was tried. With the highest charge. Second degree murder depraved heart murder, and he was acquitted as well. And then after that was the tenant Brian rice..

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"keith davis junior" Discussed on Undisclosed

"The listeners person I'm calling today. And he's listened to about ten minutes of it. And he just in the middle of finishing often. Do you talk to him every day a couple of times a day? One of his lawyers have before keep calls home more often than most. And my other guess today is Amelia McDonald Perry. She is both one of the hosts of the underscored strays and Freddie gray as well. As the host of the Heath Davis, junior -ssary so Amelia, welcome to disclose again. All right. Thank you. So much. Back. And so this has been noted in the first episode is unique for undisclosed usually handle cases where the defendant has been convicted we're trying to prove conviction. Whereas this is a case where it's been prosecuted several times and state has this theory. They keep pushing where they say that he robbed this cabdriver this hack, this legal cabdriver ran away was shot by police ran into this garage had the phone call of you Kelly saying I'm going to die and their claim is they chased him into this Karaj shot at him found him with gunshot wounds and found him holding this handgun and claim that he is a felon in possession of a firearm and also guilty of this murder connected to the gun, and so all start with you. You know, this part of the goal the podcast is to dig beneath that narrative of the stay and see whether in fact holds water, what was the first exposure you had to keep skates. It was when I went down to Baltimore, and I was starting research on the Freddie gray series and very very early on. And doing my research for that. A reporter was the first person to mention Keats name to me. He said, you know, have you heard Keith Davis junior? And I was like we'll know who's that..

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

"keith davis junior" Discussed on Undisclosed

"If Davis junior had no idea why the police had chased him that morning, but he would soon. Learn their side of the story a week after he was shot Keith was discharged, the hospital taken into police custody where he was arrested and charged on seventeen counts, including attempted armed robbery assault and discharge of a handgun next time. Undisclosed. <music>? Thank you to everyone who helps undisclosed possible every week Robbie Susan and Colin thank you for having me back to tell the story. Thank you audio producer, Rebecca avoi-, an executive producer towel Han. And for your hard work and for keeping me on schedule. Thinks you all undisclosed sponsors. And of course, all the listeners keep coming back week after week, please make sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or handle is at undisclosed pod. And don't forget to subscribe to the show on itunes and rate us shout out to everyone on team key for all that you do. Most of all thank you Kelly Davis. It has been a privilege to get to know you to get to know key through you. And lastly my humble thanks to Keith Davis junior for your trust.

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04:43 min | 1 year ago

"keith davis junior" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Bigger had some morning at least although the garage was closed. It wasn't empty son Bernard Berkeley and son's fiance's Martina Washington. They were inside cleaning and they'd left the large bay door wide open when Keith Davis came running in. They went running out and within those first few seconds. The first shots rang out who actually fired them. It's a matter of debate. What is certain is this Keith Davis junior was shot three times on the right side of his body. The first bullet hit him and his right bicep. And at some point though, he doesn't recall when he sustained degrees wound to the middle right side of his back. The most serious one was the bullet that pierced his right cheek. The trajectory was at a downward angle and came up the right side of his neck leaving fragments behind. Kelly Belushi was on the phone with Keith at the moment that shot mate impact. Also that you heard right before the phone dropped from dropped. And you're on the phone with you hurt specially loud right before the big pump. And I believe through sheds. Yeah. Because when Keith explains it he says he's stepped up to him and tried to shoot his face off. And actually a medical expert that we talked to he liked pitcher. And he was saying that the trajectory of if consistent with Keith e off guard because their story we shot for jury and it hit. So he was saying that the trajectory of the bullet is is not consistent with them saying that keep was staying pointing gonna that's the case in the the and went up hitting died. The booze consistent with Keith maybe tar like this and turning away in the trajectory of the bullet went in around. And that's how it came. They're saying they didn't know they're saying that once he was like, okay. I give up I surrender. I'm gonna come out. And he crawled out is when they were like, oh he shot in the face. The refrigerator had blood. It's going down. There's no blood row. There's this kind of there's no blood on the top of the fridge. There's no blood dripping down on the top of the fridge. It is in the center of the frigerator. Would it looks like to me that they shot him? And maybe he hits went down. Medics were called at nine fifty nine. But when they arrived at ten six officers on scene wouldn't allow them to drive the ambulance onto Ellinora park in front of the garage. They apparently were already very concerned about the crime scene. There wasn't lady. She was Caribbean is dead tour. She said that it sound like a war zone like bay. And she said that they were just up there doing whatever. And she does not know what he did to let them know alive. But they have been just stagnant for a while. And then all of a sudden England's in quantum out here. And she knew he was alive because of the way they reacted like people ran down and everything like that. It would not let the paramedic bring the truck to the garage thing. They made him we'll the gurney because they said they did not want to disrupt the crime scene. How the hell did you have crime scene crime scene technician didn't get there? Two hours later. They put out cones and markers and everything. Why would you do that? So and that's been testified to that's the type of thing. It's testified in court, and you're like, nobody. After the ambulance departed for Sinai hospital homicide, major Stanley Branford and the media relations unit were notified of the incident. The two civilian witnesses Martina Washington Bernard Berkeley, they had already been ushered down the street away from the garage at ten thirty. They were transported down to headquarters to give statements. At that point the only people on scene patrol officers. The majority of them assigned to northwestern district located block and a half away on rice your town road. And in a matter of hours, many of them would be identified as either witnesses or involved in the shooting. Keith Davis junior. But they wouldn't be alone for long at ten forty. A m the force investigation team was notified of police involved shooting on the fifty two hundred block of Eleanor avenue and soon detective Michael Boyd was on his way..

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02:43 min | 1 year ago

"keith davis junior" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Why did you run into the garage? The door was open, and it was running around with a gun. And what if anything did you hear anything at all when you read into that garage? When around and take a row. At a time. No. Bye. Say needed the answers, really? Upon hearing the shots being fired. You see anything unusual at that time when? When. Did you go behind a refrigerator? I'm not sure if it was a fit radio what was but it was a lot of stuff in a road. Did you go behind whatever that stuff was? And why did you do that? I was in my face. Too much at that Shama fees. I'm my own pockets. Drake. I think I must have been in and out. Under remember, like cutting pool of what if anything were you feeling at that time. I don't think we should separate a conversation about Freddie, gray from a conversation about keep Davis junior. I wish personally that the Keith Davis junior case received as much national media attention as what happened with Freddie, gray. Because in some ways, it says even more about the system in Baltimore the relationship between the state attorney's office in the police department. In June, two thousand fifteen Baltimore was still reeling. Not just from Freddie, Gray's death. But the community uprising followed for two weeks. Baltimore's powers that be lost control the city to community outraged by the death of one of their own the governor sent in the national guard a week long citywide curfew took effect and more than five hundred people were arrested on your palm pill who you heard a few moments ago reported on the uprising RT America. And she remembers the unrelenting since of urgency on the streets during that time things had really reached its culmination in the streets. People were so upset they the people both for made it clear they weren't going to rest, and they weren't going to let the city rest until someone took charge and demonstrated..

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"keith davis junior" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

"keith davis junior" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Them forty three thousand dollars it got, really bad, from my, house my car But, I was gonna, lose everything Wesley called. Optima Tax Relief oh they were great people Optima tax really know what they're doing Optima Tax Relief came through with flying colors. I saved an incredible amount of my actually don't trust anybody, else call Optima for a free consultation call. Eight hundred five six. Seven twenty two sixty one, eight hundred five. Six seven twenty two sixty one Optima. Tax Relief The six eighty WCBS news time is now three minutes past nine o'clock the body of a, missing in Baltimore woman is found by firefighters vacant house fire in. South Baltimore not far from where twenty nine year. Old Tiffany Jones a mother, of two was kidnapped by two men who forced her into a, pickup truck on Poteen street and. Drove away a prosecutor who. Tried, to Keith Davis junior. Three times of the killing of a. Pimlico racetrack security guard is fired after a. DUI conviction Andrea nations attorney confirming she was fired Baltimore house of. Delegates member Kurt Andersen goes before the. General Assembly's ethics panel the face sexual misconduct allegations. The accusations include an unwanted kiss and inappropriate comments about women's appearance Maryland. Transportation authority police officers suspended with pay after he allegedly took a gun onto an airplane at BWI airport, sergeant Christopher lamb.

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"keith davis junior" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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03:03 min | 2 years ago

"keith davis junior" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"What's coming out of Manafort? No collusion what's come out of Michael Cohen no collusion, this is stuff that they guy how about with Michael Cohen in all fairness they raid his. Office at six o'clock in the morning and how. About with, Manafort they raided his home at like five in the morning I. Think on a weekend and. His wife is in bed. And they go in with guns This is an That's a again part of the interview with the President Trump and Ainsley Earhardt regarding on, Fox News, channel FOX. News Radio affiliate that's why we wanted to bring. That to you it, was, very compelling Frank very powerful from, from the president we're gonna get a pause, for a brief a brief, break on traffic and then we've got some, local news update update you on here on on just a, second at six fourteen time. For WCBS traffic you're the first. For the update here's the king, of all, traffic, Chuck Whitaker Sean looking at ninety five and route thirty two Howard county. Lanes are open a lot of traffic going south towards, Prince George's county but the lanes are open, to ninety five your, normal buildups there anywhere Morongo meals to one seventy five down. To one ninety seven capitol beltway nothing major at least in too. Much Gumri county the inner loop was a little bit slow in Prince George's county leaked, lifting construction earlier and then we. Have an accident now let's take a broken down vehicle in the area around, good luck road but traffic is moving at a. Little bit slower Base beltway continues. To fill and especially on the west side j. affects is still running like after northern, Parkway through the ramps downtown and. So, far so good this morning on the approaches to both to Harvard tunnels, and across the main span at the key bridge Traffic and weather first I'll talk radio six eighty WCBS your Weather Channel forecast. On China today high of eighty degrees the current temperatures French sixty five degrees right now downtown sixty two degrees in. Telsim coming up on the news that will momentarily Baltimore prosecutor Keith Davis junior case fired after DWI conviction aren't a minute right after a news break here we are going to discuss what the president. Had to say with Ainsley Earhardt in exclusive Fox News channel interview so stay tuned right here to Sean and Frank And local news. This morning federal approval of a waiver will prove the seats ObamaCare marketplace from collapse and save health insurance for about. Two hundred fifty thousand Marylanders according to governor HOGAN Baltimore house of delegates member Kurt Andersen goes, before the General, Assembly's ethics panel to face sexual misconduct allegations a prosecutor who tried Keith Davis junior three times in the killing of racetrack security. Guard is fired after a DUI conviction Maryland transportation authority police officers suspended with, pay after he allegedly took a gun onto an airplane at BWI airport and public health officials confirm Delaware's second human case of West Nile virus this year Sports in a moment getting off of opiates was tough it was like the worst. Flu I, ever had seen here.

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"keith davis junior" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"keith davis junior" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With the latest news this is talk radio six hundred wcbs and wcbmcom good morning going for the wcbs maryland news at her lawmakers on the maryland general assembly passed several bills related to women's rights in the session one bill strengthens how the state house handle sexual harassment complaints against lawmakers and extends the policy to lobbyists another bill that was a decade in the making creates a process for impregnated rape victims to ask to end the parental rights of their attackers an independent city agency has found that four baltimore police officers used excessive force in shooting a suspect in two thousand fifteen the city civilian review board recommended to officers be terminated and two others receive a thirty day suspension the case involves twenty six year old keith davis junior who is charged with murdering a twenty two year old security guard at pimlico race course police say all four officers remain employed president donald trump was so incensed by the fbi's raid of his personal attorney's office and hotel room that he is privately pondering firing deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and public publicly mused about alston special counsel robert muller five people familiar with the president's views say the rate of michael cohen's records left the president more angry than advisors had seen him in weeks trump himself tweeted that attorney client privilege is dead facebook ceo mark zuckerberg answering questions before joint congressional hearing on tuesday as the social media platform he built faces serious accusations of mishandling user data sucker burke said cambridge analytica misled facebook i i they sent us an email notice from their chief data officer telling us that they didn't have any of the data anymore that they deleted it and weren't using it and then later we followed up with i believe a full legal contract where they certified that they had deleted the data cambridge on a little good is a data mining firm hired by president trump's two thousand sixteen campaign which gathered personal information from eighty seven million facebook users in an effort to sway voters look at sports coming up in.

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