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"kenneth walker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You shoot a police officer, which is what Kenneth Walker did. Brown and Taylor's boyfriend. Shot a police officer serving a warrant. You're likely to get returned Fire. It was a tragedy of air from start to finish. The war in should not have been served the way it was served. There should have been a clear indication That who you were when you're serving the warrant. And Kenneth Walker was should have made clear who was coming in the door before he shot the officers should not have shot back until they see a target. They simply unleashed a couple dozen shots without knowing who was in there, and some of the bullets went through the wall and other apartments. It was a comedy of errors tragically with the death of Brown and Taylor. And the state's got in $12 million, which is worthless money to the family of Brown and Taylor, because I'm sure they're hurting as I speak. This was a mistake on everyone's part, but it wasn't a crime. As far as murder or manslaughter. You're asking for something that legally cannot occur. It was a mistake. The three officers made the mistake. Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend made a mistake and shooting the police first. And everyone agrees. This isn't discussed in the mainstream media. The first shots fired that night were from the boyfriend of Brown and Taylor, who shot a police officer and the officers thought They were under vicious attack by drug dealers and their mind. What do they do? They returned fire. They should have identified targets before they shot. That's not a murder. That's a settlement of a civil case, which has happened. So everyone look in America. I see difficulties on the southern border and the Congress Nancy Pelosi, take down that wall. It's ridiculous. We have challenges coming up 1.9 trillion we've now spent close to $6 Trillion and relief for covert 19 and the past 12 months. The system is flooded with money. Many not needing it. Get it. Cities and states and counties that don't need to get it on the southern border. We're gonna have millions of refugees coming over the southern border. It isn't about five or 6000 kids. God bless their soul. It's about the fact we're have millions of refugees here because there's that administration in a sense, welcoming them to break the law goes on and on without testing for covert 19. How do you take hundreds of illegal aliens? Put them on Busses all over the country when the not been tested for covert 19, How do you do that? Why would you do that? Trump's policy of keeping refugee climates in Mexico discourage many from coming here and then he also sent billions of dollars towards Central America to make sure that they didn't cross the borders. And now the floodgates are wide open. Even the president of Mexico Thinks that the policies of Joe Biden relative these so called refugees is wrong and I don't blame them one bit if May or you were living in Mexico or Nicaragua, El Salvador Condors were Venezuela. We want out there's about 200 million Central Americans and South Americans. 200 million. Who would come here have permitted to do so. We're going almost doubled our population when right now we're in trouble. Economically Everywhere I look, I see great challenges. Let's take a short break. When I continue on the take Some calls got to go to Dale and in Iowa,.
Marking one year since the police killing of Breonna Taylor
"Ralliers observed the day one year ago that Louisville police shot and killed Briana Taylor in her home. Family and supporters were there to remember her and to continue calling for racial justice. Elena Klibanoff of member station W. F. PL has more. I'm here in downtown Louisville and Jefferson Square Park, which protesters have re branded in Justice Square Park. There been protest down here since the summer every day. This is by far the biggest crowd we've seen in months, though. It's a couple 100 people there listening to speakers, including Taylor's family, her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, and local leaders, all of whom seemed to feel that justice has not been served for Taylor, and their sentiment is that the fight continues. Eleanor Klibanoff reporting.
"kenneth walker" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, and local leaders, all of whom seemed to feel that justice has not been served for Taylor. And their sentiment is that the fight continues. Reporter Eleanor Klibanoff in Louisville. The Biden administration is touting the passage of the covert relief bill. President Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris are getting ready to begin a nationwide tour next week. To promote public support. But NPR's Domenico Montanaro reports remaining issues on their agenda still faced political hurdles. Democrats passed the $1.9 trillion covert relief bill on a party line vote with their very slim house and Senate majorities, but Democrats had to use a maneuver requiring just a majority vote to pass it. And they can't use that for everything. The covert relief bill was broadly popular, and yet got no Republican support. That doesn't bode well for other policy priorities of the Biden administration getting through Congress easily. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is indicating that a multi trillion dollar infrastructure push could be next. Both parties agree that the nation's infrastructure needs improving, but for years they've been unable to agree on how to pay for it. Domenico Montanaro. NPR NEWS Washington Five European Union member nations are demanding an urgent meeting. As Teri Schultz reports they're accusing the block of not sharing vaccine supplies equitably despite a pledge to do so. The leaders of Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Latvia and Slovenia say there has to be a European solution to shortages of vaccines across the block. They've written a letter to the president of the European Council in commission, complaining that the system planned for distributing vaccine doses based on population is not being followed. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Court says, for example, that Malta will be getting three times more doses than Bulgaria relative to their populations. The group is demanding high level discussions as soon as possible. But the European Commission has issued a response, saying it's up to member countries themselves to follow the distribution arrangement, and official adds There are no plans to hold a separate meeting on coordination before a summit expected later this month. For NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. This is NPR. The lights on Broadway have now been off for one year when Cove it was first declared a health crisis in the US As Jeff Lunden reports from New York City. The anniversary has been observed with a pop up concert in Times Square, including Broadway stars. They showed up in masks, and they saying.
Experts Doubt Royal Family Will Break Silence on Allegations from Oprah Interview
"No comment from Buckingham Palace on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is Blockbuster interview with Oprah and CBS. Royal biographer Hugo Vickers doubts the Royals and tend to directly address the allegations of racism and hostility raised in the interview, think they're likely to engage in a kind of war between two parties, which across the tabloid press would greatly enjoyed, But there's growing pressure on the palace to address what's shaping up to be the biggest PR crisis for Britain's Royals since the death of Princess Diana Vicky bar. For CBS News. London More than 12 Million people in the UK Watch the interview on ITV last night 17 million watched in the U. S on Sunday. Ah, judge in Louisville has dropped all charges against Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, w El Ky TVs. Erica Fox Locker was facing charges of attempted murder for firing on the officers serving and no knock warrant hitting one of them in the leg. Walker has maintained he did not know they were officers. The Commonwealth attorney filed a motion last week to dismiss the charges with prejudice, meaning they cannot be brought again. Briana Taylor was shot to death by police with a drug warrant for someone else. President Biden's German shepherds are in the doghouse reports they major in champ have been sent back to the first family's home in Wilmington. After one of them bit. A member of the White House security team. Major, who's three is the first rescue dog to take up residence at the White House. He's reportedly been barking and lunging at staff. This is CBS News. Del semi annual sale for business business has has arrived. arrived. Save Save up up to to 45% 45% on on Dell Dell Computers Computers powered powered by by Intel. Intel. Core Core processors. processors. Just Just call call 877 877 Ask Ask Del Del
Judge dismisses charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend
"Charges being dropped against Briana Taylor's boyfriend. He shot at officers during the raid in which Taylor was killed. Prosecutors admitted Kenneth Walker acted in self defense. Jury
Judge dismisses charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend
"Judge has permanently dismissed charges against the boyfriend of Briana Taylor. Kenneth Walker was charged with assault and attempted murder of a police officer following the drug raid that killed Brianna Taylor last year. He claims he fired in self defense are going. He did not know the men were police. While the charges were later dropped without prejudice, the Commonwealth's attorney wanted them dismissed with prejudice. On Monday, The Jefferson County Circuit Court judge did just that, meaning the charges can no longer be refiled.
Louisville Police Officer Files Lawsuit Against Boyfriend Of Breonna Taylor
"Who was shot during the box narcotics radar, Briana Taylor's apartment, as filed a countersuit against Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker. Searching. Jonathan Mattingly claims in the suit that Walker committed battery assault and intentional emotional distress. Walker is a licensed gun owner who said that he believed intruders had entered the home. He filed a civil suit against the city and the Police department last month. You're listening to use a radio news
"kenneth walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar shows partly cloudy skies 44 degrees Right now, today is the second highest total we've ever had. Eyes for Friday. 1941 New positive cases of covert 19 Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir in a video message today, The state positivity testing rate has now grown to 6.19% governor Bashir urging everyone in a red zone county of which there are currently 68, including Kenton and Campbell. Follow safety guidelines and work and go to school from home order online and not go out if it can be avoided. In Ohio, it was another record setting day for new cases with more than 3800. The number of people newly hospitalized since yesterday in Ohio remains above the average from the last three weeks. Same with new admissions to the I C U statewide. Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Briana Taylor, is now being sued by one of the Louisville police officers. Who took part in the raid that killed 26 Year old in March. Sergeant Manning. Lee is countersuing Taylor's boyfriend, who fired the first shot from the other side of the door, saying he thought they were thieves. The sergeant who was wounded and return fire, needed hours of surgery and is accusing Walker of battery assault and intentional emotional distress. Saying that Walker acted recklessly and firing his pistol in the direction of the police officers who were serving a search warrant at his A B C's Steve Austin Sami and it was visitation today for Adam MacMillan, the Hamilton County sheriff's deputy corporal who died last week, days after he suffered critical injuries in an on duty crash with a metro bus in Anderson Township. His private funeral is tomorrow. I'm Jack Crumley. Our next update at 10 o'clock and breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. Goodbye..
Official: Rifle shell casings found at Breonna Taylor scene
"Louisville police sergeant who was wounded in the raid that led to Brianna Taylor's death is suing the victim's boyfriend over the gun shocked when police raided Brianna Taylor's apartment with a drug warrant in March her boyfriend fired a hand gun saying he thought intruders were breaking in Kenneth Walker suing the local police department over the death of his girlfriend who was killed by returned gunfire now sergeant Jonathan Mattingly who was hit in the leg filed a counter claim saying he suffered battery assault and emotional distress caused by the boyfriend meanwhile the attorney general's office has revealed to rifle shell casings were found in and around Taylor's apartment evidence that could be used in the trial against former officer Brett Hankinson charged with shooting recklessly at a neighboring apartment I'm Jackie Quinn
Louisville cop shot during Breonna Taylor raid files suit against her boyfriend
"Jonathan Jonathan Madeline Madeline was was shot shot in in the the leg leg during during the the deadly deadly raid raid that that killed killed Briana Briana Taylor. Taylor. Now Now he's he's filed filed a a lawsuit lawsuit against against Taylor's Taylor's boyfriend, boyfriend, Kenneth Kenneth Walker, who fired the bullet, they say Walker says police kicked in the door without identifying themselves ABC Steve Austin. Sami has more. Walker isn't the only person who says he didn't hear police announced themselves. This was an apartment complex, and there were other neighbors who say they didn't know that these were the police, either. This is an unfortunate and tragic case that will now Drag through the courts. There is still a question of who fired the shot. Forensic evidence hasn't been able to prove that Walker's bullet hit Mattingly, according to published reports. Walker's attorneys overnight say that they are shocked and this is the latest in the cycle of Police aggression, deflection of responsibility and obstruction of the fax visitation is today for Corporal and MacMillan. The funeral tomorrow is private. Today the family will receive Mourners from 1 to 5 o'clock. At Spring Grove funeral homes on Spring Grove Avenue, the 19 year veteran of the family of the county Sheriff's Office here in Hamilton County will be laid to rest. Tomorrow at Arlington Memorial Gardens after procession that begins around noon on Spring Grove Avenue this
Officer sues Breonna Taylor's boyfriend over emotional distress
"Involved in the deadly shooting A Briana Taylor has filed a civil suit against the 26 year Olds boyfriend for emotional distress, assault and battery on the night that she was killed. The lawsuit claims that Louisville Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly experienced severe trauma, mental anguish and emotional distress because of Kenneth Walker's actions on March 13th Mattingly in two other officers entered Taylor's apartment early in the morning with a warrant in an attempt to carry out a drug investigation. Walker, a licensed gun owner, said he thought that the officers were intruders, and he allegedly fired a shot hit Mattingly in the leg. Police opened fire, killing Taylor. She had no criminal record. No drugs were found.
"kenneth walker" Discussed on WTOP
"Working in every field office. With local law enforcement to make sure that polling stations will be protected. It's no secret that Russian President Vladimir Putin plays a significant role in much of the disinformation activity at Maryland Congressman Dutch Rupert's Berger says Putin should not be dismissed. Putin's economy is falling, but he's a strong as he ever was a J green W T O P. News. A federal appeals court in Richmond has ruled that North Carolina can accept absentee ballots for more than a week after the election as long as they're postmarked. By November. 3rd. The fourth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling last night, declining to block the deadline extension that was announced in late September. For the first time. We're hearing from the Louisville police officer who fired the shots that killed Briana Taylor in her apartment. In an interview with Michael Strahan on ABC is Good Morning America. Sergeant John Jonathan Mattingly says that if he had to do it over again, he wouldn't have given Taylor timeto answer what he claims were multiple knocks on her door. We would have either served a no knock warrant. Or we would have done the normal thing we do, which is 5 to 10. Seconds to not give people time to formulate a plan not give people time to get their senses, so they they have an idea of what they're doing. Because if that happened, I'm telling you, Michael's that had happened around her beloved He says officers had no idea that Kenneth Walker Taylor's boyfriend would be in the apartment with a license gun. Walker says they never heard a knock and he thought the officers were intruders. Mattingly has not been charged in Briana Taylor's death. W T O P at 10 44. It's estimated that more than half of all organizations have suffer data breaches through vulnerable third parties. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected..
Anonymous grand juror in Breonna Taylor case speaks out saying homicide charges weren't offered
"A grand juror in the Briana Taylor case, releasing a statement saying the panel was never given a chance to consider homicide charges in their death. Meanwhile, Jonathan Mattingly, one of the officers involved in the police, shooting death, telling ABC News and the Louisville Courier Journal about his frustrations with how he and his fellow officers have been portrayed. This is not relatable to George Floyd. There's nothing like it. It's not a model bury. It's nothing like it. It's not a race thing like people want to try to make it to be Mattingly saying the cops were doing their job during the No knock warrant, he says Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, Open fire is police entered, so they returned
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend: Cop said it was "unfortunate" I wasn't shot
"Of bullets coming at him from police tonight, Taylor was killed sounded like a war. Kenneth Walker says he tried to pull Taylor down to safety amid the gunfire, but she was just scared and she didn't get down. He was making the comments to CBS this morning. He says The loss of Taylor's especially hard because she took care of so many people, he says, there are a lot of people who need her bad right now. That's a quote, including me. Taylor was shot by police serving a narcotics warrant on March 13th. United Airlines says
Breonna Taylor: Boyfriend Kenneth Walker recalls night she was killed
"Side of the story. In an exclusive interview with CBS this morning co host Gayle King Kenneth Walker insist police did not identify themselves before entering Taylor's apartment. This was a vital piece of information in the grand jury's decision not to indict the officers involved. Walker claims he thought they were intruders. And that is why he opened fire. I didn't know it was the police even proceeded to tell him I want one. You know? Somebody just Kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend knew who would have said the police wouldn't been calling the police on the police like that doesn't even make sense. Police continue to say that the officers did, in fact announced themselves before coming in that grand jury did issue one indictment against one of the officers. For reckless endangerment for firing shots into that apartment building. It was not for the direct death of the woman, and a new poll finds many Americans
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend certain cops didn't identify themselves
"Is speaking on CBS this morning, Kenneth Walker said. It's a quiet neighborhood, and he would have clearly heard if officers announced themselves. Walker fired at police when they entered Taylor's Louisville apartment in March on a no knock warrant thinking they were intruders. Of the FDA is giving Fizer permission to include Children in their Koven 19 vaccine trial. The drug giant
Kenneth Walker, Breonna Taylor's boyfriend, sits down with Gayle King in exclusive interview
"Boyfriend is talking about the night his girlfriend was shot to death during a botched drug raid at her apartment. Kenneth Walker in an exclusive interview with CBS's Gayle King. Who did you think was at the door of here saying? Who is it? Who is it? They're not answering because it certainly doesn't sound like a friendly knock. I didn't have a clue. That's why I grabbed the gun. One officer was charged with wanton endangerment for firing into another apartment drive
"kenneth walker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Washing practices where mass And get tested frequently. Just because you're young doesn't mean that you are immune. Meantime, the city manager at Augusta says they continue to see more and more young people infected by the Corona virus. And overall, he says, 10 cases for every 100,000 population in the Worcester bureau John Bay back W Bees, a Boston's news radio the Illinois teenager accused in the deadly shootings during unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Return to court fee A zoom where his attorney contested extradition. ABC Sara Carter Ski with more Kyle Riton house in a mask and long sleeved black shirt set against a white cinder block walls, saying nothing while his attorney argued there was no reason to rush, sending him back to Wisconsin, where Riton House is charged with murder in connection with the late August violence in Kenosha, that thought of the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Prosecutors said. The law is pretty clear, but defense attorneys argued the 17 year old would face a legion of hazards if put in an adult jail, the judge said an in person hearing at the end of the month Aaron Carter Ski ABC news And another judge is considering a request by Grand Juror to speak up publicly about the controversial Briana Taylor case. But the state's attorney general has filed a motion saying the law requires grand Juries be kept secret. The judge heard from both sides during a hearing yesterday without making a ruling. Taylor was shot and killed during a police raid on her home back in March. And now Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, could be facing new charges. The top prosecutor in the case as he's reviewing the police file on that raid. Walker had a charge of attempted murder of a police officer dropped. He claims that he fired at officers in self defence believing they were intruders. Countdown is on people want their places.
Hours of grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case released
"Kentucky's attorney general earlier in the week more than 15 hours of audio recordings of the grand jury proceedings in the Briana Taylor case were released publicly yesterday, NBC's Alex Perez with Mohr on what we've learned, we know that the attorney general never presented a case on those those other other two two officers officers to to the the grand grand jury, jury, so so They They did did not not reach reach any any conclusion conclusion when when it it comes comes to to those those two two other other officers officers because, because, the the attorney attorney general general said said from from the the beginning beginning because Kenneth Walker fired at them, they were justified in using their weapons. And so there was no case to move forward with the grand jury's recordings. Do not include juror deliberations or prosecutor's recommendations and statements. Massachusetts
Hours of grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case released
"From the Three Day, grand jury hearings and the Briana Taylor case were filed. With the court on Friday, following orders from Kentucky judge closed door hearing recordings, indicate officers announced themselves as they entered, Brianna Taylor's apartment that's according to hours of grand jury testimony released on Friday officers, testifying they knocked and identified themselves, and after nearly a minute, they decided to smash open the door and execute their no knock search warrant to search Taylor's apartment for drugs. Officers say then opened fire after her boyfriend Kenneth Walker fired a gun. Shot at them. Walker said he didn't know the men were police, officers testified they did ide- themselves before breaking in a Republican African American attorney. General did not bring charges against the officers who shot Taylor Andy. Field ABC
Court Releases Grand Jury Recording In Breonna Taylor Case
"The audio recordings of the grand jury proceedings. In the Briana Taylor case released today. Closed door hearing recordings indicate officers announced themselves as they entered Briana Taylor's apartment. That's according to hours of grand jury testimony released on Friday. Officers testifying they knocked and identified themselves and after nearly a minute, they decided to smash open the door and execute their no knock search warrant to search Taylor's apartment for drugs. Officers say. They then opened fire after her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired a gun shot. With them. A B C's Andy Field reporting your listening to ABC News
"kenneth walker" Discussed on KGO 810
"They asserted when they got the warrant that she was receiving contraband that she was receiving drugs, So this was not an arrest warrant that they were serving. This was a warrant they were serving to see if she had any contraband in her home. The Postal inspector's office had already 6 to 8 weeks prior to I don't have the dates in front of me, but it was 6 to 8 weeks prior to the service of this warrant. The postal inspector who is named in various documents, he notified the Louisville Police Department that Briana Walker had not been receiving any suspicious packages. So to serve this warrant at night in the manner that they did is ridiculous. They interviewed 12 people at that apartment complex. 11 of those people said that the police did not announce who they were. They had been issued a no knock warrant, but then they changed that to a knock warrant prior to its service. Instead, according to 11 witnesses they were pounding on the door. They did not announce that they were police. And then they use the battering ram to break the door down, at which time the Kenneth Walker who was in the hallway. On the other side of the door. He had a legally permissible gun, and he fired a shot. And then they opened fire, and they ended up killing Briana Taylor. There was one witness who said that they did announce that they were the police. One thing the has not also not revealed is that that witness had been interviewed three times the first two times he said. No, they did not announce it wasn't until the third time under whatever pressure there may have been That he said Yes, they did. There are a lot of things that are broken and bizarre about this case and the way the attorney general handed it is just sinful, if not criminal, and he definitely has to be held responsible. Okay? We'll be right back when we, uh right after the news. This is G o President Trump back paddling a bit. When asked today by reporters about the proud boys, a group linked to white supremacy he appeared to endorse during last night's debate always denounced any form any form. Any form of any of that. You have to denounce Democratic nominee Joe Biden steak cease and desist. Cease and desist. The American people will decide who the next president of states will be period glide in on a train tour of Ohio and Pennsylvania. The presidential debate Commission says it's going to make some changes to future formats to avoid a repeat of last night's disjointed first debate. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin talking today about another cove in 19 rescue package, but the first time in more than a month. Apparent drive by shooting outside a funeral home in Milwaukee has left seven wounded stocks and of volatile month by closing higher Daria Aldinger ABC NEWS Some Good afternoon, It is 2 31 on Paul Rogers. This news report sponsored by tribal We've studio in Burlingame. Try believe Studio on Broadway in Burlingame is closing. Save up to 60% on high end quality tribal new modern and antique rugs open seven days a week called 6502359777.
"kenneth walker" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC News Time Chuck's Iverson tonight this at a White House news conference. The New York Times has been doing fake story after fake story. I've never seen anything like it. That is President Trump's reaction to this. The New York Times says it's examined decadesworth of President Trump's taxes and says they ultimately show that quote Mr Trump has been more successful at playing a business mogul, then being one in real life, the report says. President Trump paid no federal income taxes in 10 of the last 15 years, largely because his losses were so much more than what he took in The Times also says looming over the president as he seeks reelection is an ongoing IRS audit. As well as $300 million in loans that will come due in the next four years. Margaret Malard ABC News in virtually every major city demonstrations of those outraged by what they see is a failure of justice in the treatment of the police officers not indicted in the death during a no knock warrant. Mistake of Briana Taylor and Louisville. ABC is Trevor off Daniel Cameron, claiming Brianna's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, shot a Louisville police officer in that boss trade. Kenneth Walker fired the shot that hit Sergeant Mattingly. The round that struck Sergeant Mattingly was fired from a nine millimeter handgun. L M p D officers Fired 40 caliber handguns. But a state ballistic report obtained by ABC News said the shot that hit the officer was neither identified or eliminated from having been fired from the Walker's gun copy shot. Jacob Blake in the back seven times last month in Kenosha, Wisconsin, told investigators he thought Blake was trying to kidnap one of his own Children. And then he opened fire because Blake started turning toward the officer while holding a knife that from the officer's lawyer. Military suicides have increased by as much as 20% this year compared to the same period last year. Listening to ABC News. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world.
"kenneth walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Want endangerment, but relatives officers Mattingly and cause growth. How do you charge them? With what homicide. That wasn't homicide. It was enacting a warrant they became They came under fire because Kenneth Walker thought that those entering were cops. But you're Marcus Glover. The drug deal on this boyfriend. They had no idea that the door his doors. We're getting kicked down down the street. They thought it was him. He and you know it near. You have done the same thing. I mean, how many If you listen to show when you were a pro second amendment like me, and you have a concealed carry license. You have a weapon. You hear someone kicking your door in the middle of the night and you're startled awake. You grab that gun, and you think somebody's trying to hard do me harm. You don't expect it to be a police officer, especially And I think that's a thing. If you are up to no good, you expect to be a cop. But if you are thinking home invasion We have a right to defend ourselves. We can both be right and wrong at the same time, and that's the real tragedy involved in this whole thing. And we want, you know they're people clamoring for justice. But At the expense. Of whom do you hang Mattingly and Cosgrove up by the thumbs because, well, they're the ones who shot Briana Taylor. But they were they were given bad information or not all the information And of course of doing their jobs and remember again. I can't get back to it enough and that is they were given a legal binding document. A court order signed by judge saying. We want you to go into Briana Taylor's place and find what it is. You're looking for. How do you send someone to prison for life? How do you How do you do that when it was the people who did the research and the surveillance that fail in their mission, and not these two officers. And that's really, really the crux of it. In my opinion, I'll get your thoughts in a 513749 7800 big £1.7 18 t appreciate the call. So listen, I want to reset. We're goingto update this story because there's always more coming out of Louisville, a cz well as the tragedy. Let's not forget in Dayton, too. We now have a Reason. The death of Michael current and police in Dayton, figuring out whether a 19 year old Moeller grad was found in the middle road and subsequently died from his injuries. Just a couple of days ago. We got that at 10 06 today. I've got a guy who is a former police. Supervisor, a commander as well as a professional police trainer to get the cops in from this, too, and throw my ideas to him and see what he says about this from the police perspective. It's definitely a rough day. There's no doubt about it here, not only in Cincinnati, but parts and prayer. Thoughts to those in Louisville is well dealing with yet another another tragedy. It's a Scot Sloan show 700, the president's choice for the U. S. Supreme Court. I'm Matt re 700 wlw dot com. A Notre Dame graduate and a Catholic is the president's choice for the U. S. Supreme Court..
"kenneth walker" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Well, and what else? What is the big picture strategy from Democrats? What are they putting together for how they're going to deal with if President Trump follows through on what he says he's going to do and questions the election result in November? Well, the biting campaign, you know, has previously said that it's planning a nine figure investment in voter education. It's talked about having one of the largest voter protection programs ever in a presidential campaign. You know, it is also worth pointing out that for months and months, Democrats have been focusing on the need to have people mail in ballots. But I will say I begun to hear more from some Democrats that maybe they want to encourage people to vote safely in person. Oh, okay. Doke. NPR's asthma Holland reporting there. Thank you. Asthma you look A grand jury in Louisville has decided that none of the three police officers in the Briana Taylor case will face charges for killing her one. Detective Brett Hankinson, was charged for firing his gun into a neighboring apartment. But the question remains what will happen to the three men at the center of the protest, calling for their arrests and firings? Eleanor Klibanoff of member station WFP O on what's next? Former Louisville Metro Police Detective Brett Hankerson was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment, lesser felony charge with a maximum of 15 years in prison if convicted. He and two other officers were serving on narcotics warrant on Taylor's apartment in the middle of the night March, 13th. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, believed them to be intruders and shot once striking one of the officers. They returned fire, killing Taylor. The indictment says. Hank Yasin showed a quote extreme indifference to human life when he fired blindly into Taylor's apartment, sending some bullets into a neighboring apartment where a couple and their child slept. He was booked into jail last night and, after about half an hour, paid his $15,000 bond and was released. He awaits arraignment and eventually, criminal. Prosecution. Attorneys to Matthews is representing Hankerson. I don't think anybody should have been charged, so we will be entering a not guilty plea and we will defend the case in the courtroom. Hankerson was fired in June. Detective Miles Cosgrove and Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, the other two officers who shot a Taylor. We're not charged and remain on administrative reassignment protesters who gathered a Jefferson Square Park.
"kenneth walker" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Let's talk about the urban legends that are being created about officer involved Shootings about police use of force. I have Lance Lynn Rousseau on the phone with me Back on the show. Lance is from Lou Lou Russo Law firm, but the easiest way to get to Lance's website is to go to Blue Line lawyer. Dotcom blue line lawyer dot com Your firearms instructor you understand? Teach use of force tactics. You have defended multiple law enforcement officers. What we have here I think in the United States is a media willing to create urban legends about officers their use of force training. The types of tactics that law enforcement uses and to perpetuate myths. That's that do make it sound like police officers are just out of control and ought to have their guns in their badge is taken away from them. So let's start with the mythmaking. We can use Briana Taylor we can use. You know Jacob Blake. We can use George Floyd, whatever it might be. There's an awful lot of myth that is built on the basic facts of what happened. And that's one of the problems just using Briana Taylor as an example we heard Or, you know, several months now that this was a no knock warrant, and people have the idea that officers just walk in to get a no knock warrant. The judges just give it to him several proble cause The judge has to them in the proper because the judge has to sign off on the no knock warrant. And then we also learned from the grand jury yesterday that even though it was signed off on a no knock warrant, these officers exercise their discretion. And gave a warning anyway, and I resisted a lot of interviews on this case, because something just didn't add up to one of them. One of the issues how is the homeowner away if they didn't announce himself, so just something simple like that. And it turns out that you know they exercise good judgment and discretion and made announcement and they were fired on. And you know what's missing from the analysis right now is they were fired on with somebody knowing that they were law enforcement off. Let's let's stay there for a second. So a guy named Kenneth Walker, I believe is his name claims that he was worried about the the person that the police were actually looking for. And yet The police announced themselves as police. So you know this guy fires at the police officers hits one of them, and police officers returned fire. The on ly person indicted in this case was a guy who fired wildly. Not the people who actually struck Mr Walker and Brianna Taylor. So let's talk about that. Why was the police officers that the two police officers who shot and struck Briana Taylor? Why did they? Why? Why did the grand jury reject the indictment there? Well, I think the reason that rejected the indictment was when you look at their usedto forced and the direction they fired and what their actions were. Their actions were in response. You acting as a law enforcement officer in the lawful performance of their duties, and they were fired on So there used force at that point was justified. They may have hit an unintended target. But there used force was justified by the grand jury essentially made a judgment, Collins said. These officers were taking fire and it was reasonable for them to shoot the other officer, even though they be Grand jury found that one of those officers actually fired the fatal shot that killed Briana Taylor, now the other officer. The argument is that we don't have a diagram. I really wish we had a diagram of the apartment and where the shots were fired. The other officer they're saying did not have the justification issue and his round entered. A neighboring apartment, and he put people at risk, so they charge him with wanton endangerment in the first degree. Now it's interesting thing for people who are watching what's going on. We have a two officers shot in Louisville last night by a subject who wildly shot at law enforcement. And if people are watching, he was arrested and he was charged with assaulting an officer. He was also charged with once and endangerment, So it's a It's a strange twist that the person who shot two police officers last night was charged with the same crimes. So now again, though, something also important. Remember about Briana Taylor and the warrant itself. She is someone who had multiple contacts and operational contact with a known drug offender, a known drug dealer. Um, that that same guy actually said he had stashed money in her in her house, and he had and she had previously Assisted him in renting cars in moving, you know, moving property in hiding him multiple times in the past. She's still as well had a relationship with the guy. So that's why there was a warrant for her. If people think that she was just a knee, you know somebody who has an emergency medical technician, and she wanted to be a nurse and And this was all just a big mist case of mistaken identity. No. She an operational involvement with a known drug dealer who upon his arrest before her death, said there was money in her house by the way. Police officers called off the search after the shooting. Which is kind of kind of curious to me because they never did ascertain whether or not Glover's drugs or money was in her house. Yeah, And that's an interesting point, because it's one of the things that people have been talking about. And we've gotten to a point where no matter what happens in your shooting, we're not allowed to talk about. The person who was shot..
"kenneth walker" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Because if I were innocent if I neither of these people had anything. They have no criminal record. They have nothing right. So that would be me. That would be you. If somebody breaks in at three o'clock in the morning, they tear down my door and I'm afraid of somebody else. I know somebody else is coming, You know for me. I absolutely take a gun and I shoot. Now, now, you shouldn't shoot without knowing, but that's what happens. And that is why we have a castle doctrine. You have a right to defend yourself in your own home, especially at three o'clock in the morning, right? So it was not doesn't mean it worked out perfectly right. It was a totally understandable response from Kenneth Walkers. Position in that moment, right? He thinks he's being attacked. Someone breaks his door down. He fires one shot. And this is something that is like I would say 99% of people who talk about Briana Taylor don't know. But this is agreed upon not only by the police, but also Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Briana Taylor. He fired first and actually hit the officer, right. So think about what just happened Now, from the officer's perspective, they are trying to break down a door, which they assume they believe is a potentially has a drugs and stuff inside, which you know, you'd think people were going to hide it or whatever. When they break the door down. They get shot by someone. The one officer, officer Mattingly looks down the hall. He sees two people at the end of the hall. Can't really make them out. The only thing you make out is a gun, and he sees a flash of the gun and then feels the heat on his thigh. He gets shot in the thigh. He backs up. What the hell do you think a cop is going to do in that situation? Just been shut up. Stop! Stop! What do you What do you think anyone? Anyone who is carrying a gun legally is going to do if someone shoots you, you and you have a gun. You shoot back, right? That's any human being any human any human being so and And think about this for a second. How this is shown as a supposedly some big example of racism by police. It is not even clear they could make out the race. Of of who was shooting at them. But again, the Peru whoever it was, no matter what race it was actually shot a cop. I think it's defensible from his position. Why it happened as we just laid out, but When you shoot a cop. What the hell do you think is gonna have so stop? Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop, because that I think is going to be misheard. Here's what Here's what we know. So here's what I think. We should. Ah, what what needs to be said Let's look at this from two points of view one he was justified. He was charged with a crime. The shooter was charged with a crime and then it was dropped. That's normal. People say that that's a big side of racism to know very non. If if I you shoot somebody in my house if you shoot somebody in your house Plan on spending a year in in court in hell, okay, because they're going to investigate all of it Now. They have witnesses because they were cops that were there so they could witness and say, Yep, That's exactly what happened. This was a justified shooting on his part on the boyfriend on the boyfriend's part absolutely justified. These cops are not the cops that are doing the investigation. These air. They're just serving the warrant and searching the house. They don't know They don't know all the details. They're not. They don't have an axe to grind. They were just the guys assigned this job now. Period. Separate issue. Cops. Come in. They knock. Look at it on Lee. From their point of view, the cops they knock. They identify themselves. They're going into a place that they have been told could be hostile because it could have a drug dealer inside. And whether he's violent or not, I don't know, but they suspect that maybe if he's there they knock, they identify. They knock. They identify. Then they took the door down the minute that door is open. Somebody in the dark shoots it, Hm. Looking at it from their side. They're shooting back is 100% as justified as the person on the other side of the door. Yep, this is at this point. What happened in there was not anything that you can change. There's no reform that will change that. Because you have two people seeing something from the up both innocent, both acting rationally and legally on both sides, yet you have both of them reacting appropriately. And if you added just one little flavor here, TTO. Add Is they thought Briana Taylor was alone. So they go into a place where they believe it's only Briana Taylor. Now there's two people in there and the other person is shooting at them. Now, if you can't take this in the context of the investigation They're they're trying to break up a drug ring here. They've already arrested JaMarcus Glover, the drug dealer. What's their assumption? Probably in that moment that and I don't know if there's enough time to really noodle this all out, but that He is probably working with JaMarcus Glover there, too. Now that they know he's already arrested. They're they're trying to get rid of whatever is in the apartment. Now they're wrong, that that's not what happened. But the bottom line is He shot a cop and cops when they get shot are going to shoot back at the person who shot them. This is not this is not brain surgery here. This is very obvious. And I don't even think you need to say he shot a cop. Because shooting a cop is one thing. But when you're in fending for your life, and you don't know it's a cop shooting anyone with a gun who is legally holding a Who's illegally holding a gun is going to shoot back. Yes, he's just if I were a separate point from the police perspective. They just went into a house with a warrant and got shot. So now they all fight they fire back. There's another cop who gets charged with a lesser crime. We could talk about that later. But the bottom line is she gets hit. He doesn't And on and she passes away. This is not a case of racism. It's a good case. If you want to talk about.
"kenneth walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Was not hit. I've heard speculation as to why And that's not come out yet. I cannot conceive that a man sleeping with a woman in bed in her apartment. Would do something that would put Brown a tailor in front of the man. I'm not built that way. But nonetheless, whatever the reason is Kenneth Walker Was not shot. Around a Taylor was killed. Accidentally because her boyfriend shot at police. Not knowing they were police. So the shot from Kenneth Walker Was intended at the home invasion, which he had a right to shoot. And the shots. From Mattingly and Cosgrove that costs Brown. Taylor's death also was in self defense. Because they had a right to shoot. So at this point Hankerson and his lawyer is coming up in about 15 minutes to talk about and I'm sure stew Matthews. His comments will be guarded, but nonetheless. Hey, opens up from outside. On the little sidewalk there about 10 ft from the first floor apartment inputs 10 rounds into the apartment. A good number of those rounds went through the sliding glass door and through a window through the wall into the next department, which is apartment number three, almost killing three people in that next department. So Hank Yasin is charged. With want an endangerment in the first degree. Engaging in extreme indifference to the value of human life. He wantonly engage in conduct, which creates a risk of danger or death to another person, which is a class D like and David Class D Felony carries each count 1 to 5. But there's a presumption of probation. So At this point, you have to change the facts to fit into the Marxist narrative. Breaking in doors and sleeping while black and getting killed. That's not the way it happened. Much like it. Almost all these cases when the facts don't fit the narrative, ignore the facts. And if the facts don't fit the narrative, get the narrative out there first. Solidifying the mind that a black woman is sleeping and is killed by police in her bed when the facts come out differently six months later, so be it. We go back, and after all, it's genocide. It's white privilege. It's white supremacy. It's a systemic racism, whatever other term you want to use. In orderto obscure your eyes to reality. Say it Loud and Sam, proud branded. Taylor was accidentally killed because her boyfriend shot the police believing they were home invaders. In essence, Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend. Did nothing criminally wrong. In reality officers Mattingly and Cosgrove and most likely Hankerson Did nothing wrong. They were in a place they had a right to be So my producer Austin says. Well, what about tonight? Someone breaks into my apartment. Can I shoot him? The answer is probably It's legal as long as there At a place they have a right to be. That is different than if you're in a place. You don't have the right to be. So if someone breaks into your apartment and you're in bed According to Ken, Kenneth Walker. They both got their clothes on and we're walking down the hallway and it's in the dark. There's no lights on. And you think and you believe That someone has breached your front door. And you fire reasonably to stop the threat under the castle, doctor, and you could do that. Now, if you're a burglar, if you're a thief, and you come in there, you have the right to be shot. And in Kenneth Walker's mine. I can't put these thoughts in his head. But I know how life works. He knew in his mind that Brown a tailor and run around with some bad boys. Including JaMarcus Glover, that she was his girlfriend for two years in his mind when someone's pounding on the door and they breach the door, you're thinking JaMarcus Glover. Here he is. This guy's a bad dude. Right, so he's shot. And ah No. All hell's breaking loose, and the riders are not protecting whatsoever the memory of around a tailor Brown and Taylor's mother and said she don't want any of this to go on. This is not about racial protest. This is out the violent overthrow of the government there, insurrectionist. They're ready to go with you. You haul trucks. And it just concerns me. Those of us a bit older. You may not recall 1968 everything that's happening now. Also happened in 1968 without CNN without social media, absent the assassinations. Of Robert F. Kennedy and M. L. King. Other than that. I've gone through this before when I was a savior, Same stuff. But we didn't have social media encouraging more reprehensible. Behavior. We didn't have CNN in the mainstream media, Jenning up racial division for personal benefits, ratings and revenues. When I'm done babbling, we have calls Tom and Beth. Oh, I love Bethel and Angus in Avondale. And Jean about Annie Bashir and Doug and Tom and Fairly cognizant as to the facts. I've spoken to Kentucky officials about this. And I can answer most your questions, but I also want to get your comments. And I'm gonna put a call in here in a few minutes to the attorney for a detective Brett Hankerson, who's charged with three counts of want and endangerment. He is your friend and mine stew. Matthews, who represented Ray tensing five or six years ago when he was charged with murder and the death of Samuel DuBose. That's the that's the same guy. He's a friend of mine, and he told me he must be very guarded in his comments, but I think it's worth neurologist to hear from Hanka sins, lawyer Who here in Cincinnati and Stew Matthews has built a very nice practice on defending police officers wrongfully charged with crime. I'd stay tune us Get through this together, you and I At the home of the Reds playing not tonight, but tomorrow On news radio 700 w all of you.
"kenneth walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Had used her apartment to have drugs shipped there or money stored. And there was a tape recorded telephone conversations from in jail. United States Postal Service actually has to monitor packages in and out of Taylor's home that this was when she was ah, living partially with and dating, so to speak. JaMarcus Glover, who's a terrible, big time drug dealer, along with his partner, Adrian Walker. So she Ah, it's not good or bad is not a crime to date for two years, a drug dealer that's not a crime in and of itself. But when you lay down with dogs, you get up with fleas. So there was some indication that that apartment Used by Briana Taylor. Was ah, a storage place for drugs or cash. Turned out not to be the case. But the police didn't know that. So is part of their investigation they had warrants issued for about five or six locations wanted hit them sequentially in a sense. And they decided to 12 40 am Marsha 13th. That officer's replaced outside of Taylor's department began to knock on the door. Those three officers were Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, Detective Brett Hankerson and detective Miles Cosgrove. They identified themselves as police. And the knocking startled, of course, Taylor and Walker out of bed and we know that because Kevin Walker gave statements to the police And they began yelling out asking who is and who isn't and it was loud. And I would assume and looking at the outside of the apartment building. There's not a lot of insulation in the walls. And they didn't hear response. According to Kenneth Walker, hey, did not hear the police yell Police. Other people in the apartment building did, but he claims he didn't hear it and I have no evidence to doubt. His word on that. Walker. Kenneth Walker knew of the relationships between JaMarcus Taylor and his new girlfriend, Brown, a tailor. Whether in his mind, he thought it was JaMarcus Taylor and his buddies or whether he thought it was simply a home invasion. He's not sure Walker grabbed his gun, which was an A a nine millimeter. That, he said. He said he grabbed his gun and both he and Taylor pulling on some clothes and went to answer the door. They left. The bedroom and then not yet made it down the hallway. In the dark. And suddenly the door comes off the hinges, he said. If you see the battering ram they use, it's about about 3.5. FT. Long is filled with concrete got handles on either side. And when you put two or three men behind that battering ram and hit those cheap doors, guess what is going to fly off the hinges? And Walker said at this point He said he fires one shot is a warning aimed at the ground. Still unable to see and unclear who was at the door. Mattingly and detectives Cosgrove and Hankerson returned fire. A day. That point Officers on the scene called Dispatch to report an officer has been shot. Kenneth Walker testified that the first shot fired came from him. Cause he believed his home was being invaded. And there's the castle doctor and at work and also no duty to retreat. And also Kenneth Walker was more legitimate than the previous boyfriend of Briana Taylor, because he'd gone through the process to get a concealed carry permit. Now you might ask is Austin, my producer might say. What do you need to conceal carry permit in Kentucky when you can carry a gun without a permit. Effecting carry a gun. Visibly. While the answer is But if you travel to some other state, such as Ohio, Tennessee, Florida There's ah Agreements between the ages in those states that if you have a concealed carry permit in one state is valid in the other state. So I can't answer it other than to say. Kenneth Walker probably got A concealed carry permit in Kentucky, so that when he went to Ohio You could carry his gun legally in Ohio. Whatever, Kenneth Walker said in fear, he fired a shot toward the door and that it struck, unbeknownst to him the leg of Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly. It was at this point was inside the apartment as soon as, and Mattingly knew he was shot because of the searing pain in the heat at that point Mattingly. Hankerson and Cosgrove and by this point, by the way, Brent Hankerson. There was a few seconds had elapsed. Either he was told, or he left the front door, walked out the front and position himself in the sidewalk. It was a first floor apartment. About 15 ft from a sliding glass door that head covering on it. To provide another angle. They thought they were under assault. From Briana Taylor. They believed that she was the only one in there. The head surveillance on the apartment, but they broke it off and they did not see from the Texas Roadhouse Kenneth Walker. And Brown and Taylor coming back, which they should've done. It's dangerous to go into someone's apartment late at night. Breaking down the door. Even when you say police police. You don't know if somebody heard it. You know, you said it. I know I'm saying something. I'm not sure you're hearing them, and I'm saying they know it's inherently awfully dangerous in their mind. There was one person in there. Briana Taylor. And when When Mattingly was shot in the leg within a split second, they opened up and fired back accidentally. They killed one of the two killed Briana Taylor. And the kill shot, as described by Daniel Cameron mean she would have lived a few seconds, maybe up to two minutes, and that was it. Somehow, Kenneth Walker. Somehow, Kenneth Walker..
"kenneth walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And the first thing that happens is and this is not an indictment of Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend. He had a concealed carry license. Hey, had legitimate fear because her ex boyfriend, the guy who really is responsible. This whole thing is JaMarcus clever. He was expecting thought, Man. Something's kicking the door in. I wonder if it's the ex boyfriend, the drug dealer looking to kill me and her So he was defending his him and Briana. I don't fault JaMarcus Glover it all and she just happened to be standing right next to him. They said they jumped out of bed. Try to get dressed because there's this noise and thought that the ex boyfriend and it turns out it was the cops in a horrible set of circumstances and miscommunication. But you know what we call for justice in what Justice looks like. How do you hold the two cops? Who did this responsible when it's a systemic failure? Yeah, I agree. It's top man. It was really hard, right? It's like like I totally get why people are angry about this, but the same time that's not have law works. Hey, thanks for calling And I appreciate the call Joe at 513749 7800 Big one Onda pounds 882 free call for you at Scott's on Twitter. If you know that's got flown on Twitter if you want Get off on that one, too. Um Jason wrote on since the police lying there police report Justice would start with not trusting the story. The officers overall offered up and I agreed. I think there's a lot of questions there. And I certainly want to hear more about this because there are a few things you know. I mentioned the stakeout officers miss and this is from a I think a published report. That I inherited and wells, but but the stakeout office Mr She left with the boyfriend and return. They didn't know that she had broken up with JaMarcus Glover. This is the guy that the the drug dealer boyfriend They didn't know she dumped him wasn't with him and that she was with Kenneth locker. And the fact that they had eyes on the wrong guy is they raided the what? The 45 of the trap houses looking for JaMarcus Glover, Because here's what happened. It was. It was not just this raid, but they enacted warrants simultaneously. Other properties. Trying to get you Marcus Glover, the ex boyfriend and the other trap houses. They had eyes on Glover saying he's over here, and the officers felt not the entry officers, but the surveillance officers failed. I'm going, okay? Well, if America's glovers and she's going to be by yourself, she wasn't they had no idea about Kenneth Locker. That's the problem there. They didn't know they had broken up. They just assumed that someone was there was gonna be him or they're just looking for, I guess the material that that it's they'd seen him. I dont dropping packages off. We're going to her place, and then they had him on. I think they had about a jailhouse phone saying down somebody he had money stashed in their place and they got the postal service involved. And all that aside, determined there was nothing found inside her apartment. And so all that information was bad. Plus, I think the big thing for me is The department said. None of the officer wearing body cameras, I've seen photos of officers involved the entry and and what appears to look like body cameras on their vest. Not the kind of guy you know that Ah street cops or is kind of like a shoulder mounted one now I don't know that. I don't know that the tactical details of that, but You know, two things If that is a camera. Well, why would you say we didn't have cameras? And the other thing, too, is its 2020. How the hell do you not have cameras on you? Especially when you're enacting a warrant. And I think there's one other thing in this. Where they failed. Was that the initial reports that there were no injuries or no forced entry, and obviously that that didn't claim to be. And probably biggest thing is you have 12 witnesses saying I didn't hear anything one said. Yeah, I heard him say it once, and obviously, those inside the most important people, which would be Briana Taylor and her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker said. Obviously, Walker said, Listen, something's pounding on the door. I didn't hear anything. And then somebody pounding on the door were trying to go answer it in the door got kicked in. Those are all the elements to me that leave a lot of question marks about not necessary not not at all about the officers who, unfortunately, I think Jonathan Mattingly and Miles Cosgrove had no idea about that other information. They weren't told that information they've got bad information or no information. But But how do you punish Mattingly and Cosgrove for the failures of other people? In the department of Communicate all that stuff. Cause that's not justice, is it? You do something you screw up, You make a mistake and I go to prison. That's not justice either. 513749 7000 back with your calls in four minutes Slow neon 700 Good Listen,.
"kenneth walker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It so much. And let's get back. We had a couple of people waiting on hold. So let's get back to the phone calls here who's been on hold the longest. Robert is in Chico joining us, Robert Good to have you back. How are you? Good evening, tol you good Thanks. Yeah, I was going to comment on the Briana Caylor case. So, looking looking at the information that's been released today and then after listening to sheriff Begin, it's there. We know that the police officers involved in the Liana Taylor take case they did knock. They did identify themselves. They were fired on. They were fired on by Kenneth Walker, who was Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker initiated the entire sequence of events that resulted in the death of his girlfriend. He should be charged. Kenneth Walker should be charged in Briana Taylor's death. He's the boyfriend that started this whole thing. Had he not fired on the officers, she would still be alive and well, it's hard to dispute that it's really hard to dispute that Robert Robert, what do you say to our last caller? Who says, you know? Look This is your castle. You're asleep. Maybe you didn't hear that. Ah, and suddenly you hear somebody blasting into your house it let's look for the benefit of the doubt. Here, play Devil's advocate whenever you want to call it, Let's say that, okay? The guy didn't hear the police saying we're coming in with a warrant. And then the guy gets up and whoa. Someone's in my house. Let me start blasting. Knowing that the past doesn't matter, knowing that the drug users or drug dealing or none of this is well of it. In this case, what are your thoughts on that, Robert that what our previous callers said that Hey, you're gonna wake up. You're gonna start blasting. You think some of your home There's a number of problems with that first off. It's awfully convenient to say that if you're the person who started the shooting because in the officer's defense, multiple witnesses, which is why the grand jury decided not to charge. These officers heard them announcing themselves. So if people in other apartments at the same time in the morning could all hear these guys talking and saying, we're the police? I find it hard to believe that the guy who opened fire didn't hear it. Absolutely, Robert. Well said, and let me see what was going on. And let me dovetail off that by saying, I'm putting myself in a position and if I'm laying in my bed and someone knocks on my door, first of all, I'm going to hear it and I'm going to go. My gosh, What's there? Not just think about bash the door and first going knocked even announced. They have a warrant. I'm going to hear that. I'm a pretty heavy sleeper. But I'm still going to hear that, Robert. I'm going to hear them knock on the door, and that's going to startle me. And I'm going to hear police let me in, and then I'm not going to grab my gun and began to shoot. That's what I'm not going to do. And you make a good point. Robert. If other witnesses, as you said, hurt it. How could he not hear it? Exactly, Robert. Thank you. Eric West, Sacramento joins us. Hello, Eric. Good. Thank you, sir. Yeah, just thinking about this little in the shooting. From my own point of view. This is a domestic violence case has nothing to do with the race. Really? Because you can have a woman. Let's pull that qualities than you have to. Yeah. So that one man was, you know, doing the drug. It could go either way, Everybody body probably heard, you know the domestic violence. People separate boyfriend going after your boyfriend wanted me. A man by the new boyfriend already was on the edge. She was expecting the ex boyfriend come I mean, I don't know, but what I think Right. She was in love. Once you can. You can hear nothing people afraid of She was right there. You know, I don't think you that police look, he was just Waiting for the day and I'm just trying to think, but that's a good point. I mean, it's a very good point, Eric. It's a great point. And go ahead with Gwen. Finish your thought. Yeah, the thing about this this in your boyfriend, you know what I mean? I would never get involved in the league. You know, I would put it to the police list. His domestic violence, you know, results. About the new boyfriend. You know, I was thinking about that. You know if you're a tough guy, You would like blood. Your Girlfriend, and then you start shooting protect of yours. I mean it If I did what you said, and then jump under the bed and like, Oh, whatever you're on your own. So what? I want to see about that. Yeah, in color and in when you're dealing drugs. That's also remember that because you make a legitimate point, Eric and no one is no one else is made. So we got this kind You think? Well, maybe this guy's going to come back in. We don't know what's gonna happen. We have no idea how that could happen. Plus, if you're dealing drugs You know, sometimes you'll make a lot of friends. When you're dealing drugs. You're dealing with a lot of people who were kind of the scum of the earth. I'm not suggesting that anyone who goes and smokes you know what joint is the scum of the earth sometime If you're dealing hard core drugs, sometimes you're going to find that people are going to be let me kick in your door. Let me go steal your drugs, So there's a lot of layers here. But I think what you say is absolutely true. Could be a new could be the boyfriend. Could be an ex boyfriend. Could be somebody wanting your drugs. We just don't know We can't put ourselves in their place. I said the friends they know in Michigan. Oh, he was in the similar situation. Nothing happened in that department. But he was the started dating. Ah, girl. And then you know she was coming. And she said, Well, sure were ex husband came in, and there was there and she's like, you know a man I want to protect my log, right threatened or the gone. The name and then the guy the order going talking. You know what I always have.
Citywide curfew for Louisville goes into effect, one officer indicted in Breonna Taylor case
"Curfew has been in place in Louisville Kentucky since nine PM tonight. Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced that a grand jury has returned no criminal charges against the to Louisville police officers who shot and killed Brianna Taylor Grand Jury did return a felony charge of wanton endangerment against a third officer who was outside of retailers apartment building when he fired ten shots that luckily hit no one. Cal, Perry is covering the situation for MSNBC tonight on the streets of Louisville and he will join us in a moment what happened to Brianna Taylor during the police raid of her Louisville apartment that left her dead. From police bullet. was enough to get one of the officers involved fired three months ago. It was enough to force the city of Louisville to agreed last week to pay a settlement of twelve million dollars to Brianna Taylor family for the city agrees was the wrongful death of Brianna Taylor. But it was not enough to bring criminal charges against the two officers who shot Brianna Taylor according to Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron who today revealed the findings of a grand jury but was guided in those findings by the Attorney General. What happened when police fired their guns? That night is what happens most of the time when police fire their guns in the line of duty? Their target most police bullets miss their targets most of the time. And sometimes, that's a good thing. And sometimes that's a tragic thing. In this case, it was actually both the police were aiming at whoever fired a gun at them when they burst through the apartment door in the middle of the night bjarne tellers boyfriend says, they didn't identify themselves as police officers in the dark. He grabbed his gun and fired his bullet hit and wounded officer. Jonathan Mattingly when Mattingly Officer Miles Cosgrove fired in the direction of that gunshot they missed. Kenneth Walker they fired twenty two bullets between them. Between the two of them. And they missed their target, every one of those bullets, their target. But six of those bullets hit Brianna Taylor. One of the bullets fired by officer. Cosgrove was the shot that killed her according to an FBI crime climb crime lab analysis made public by Kentucky's Attorney General today everything about the police work I just described to. You was judged to be wrong by the city of Louisville and that is why the city settled the wrongful death lawsuit brought by Brianna tell his family last week for twelve million dollars the city of Louisville, and that settlement also promised police reforms to Bernardo tellers family. That is a formal legal statement by the city of Louisville. The killing Ron Taylor was wrong but was it criminal? That was the question for the jury. We don't know what evidence was presented to the grand jury. As of today, we only know that the grand jury did not find a crime in the killing of Brianna Taylor, but they did find criminal conduct at the scene by a third officer. The best description I've heard of what officer Brett Hankinson did. Is On the New York Times podcast daily which describes what he did after he ran out of the apartment building and was actually out in the parking lot outside of Briana Taylor's apartment. and. Keep begins blindly firing through Brianna window and her patio door both of which covered with blinds so he had no way of seeing inside The bullets from bread hang concerns gone. We believe are the ones that ripped not just through parliament but also through one of the apartments that was in the back where a young woman who was pregnant and her five year old child were asleep in separate bedrooms. And he got fired for that. And those were the shots that when they missed their target. That was a good thing. A very good thing because they didn't hit anyone ten police bullets fired into an apartment building where they could have killed a five-year-old child ten police bullets that could have kill bet, Charles pregnant mother, and those ten police bullets luckily missed everyone. At that apartment building today a grand jury in Louisville, decided that those ten police bullets were criminal. The grand jury charged Officer Hampton with the felony of Wanton Endangerment Kentucky Law says a person's guilty of wanton endangerment when circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life he wantonly engages in conduct which creates a substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to another person and that according to the Kentucky Attorney General and the grand jury impaneled is the only crime was committed when thirty two police bullets were fired. After Lou police broke into Brianna tellers apartment in the middle of the night.
Grand jury indicts 1 Louisville police officer in raid resulting in death of Breonna Taylor
"Count one Want an endangerment. In the first degree. A A grand grand jury jury has has indicted indicted a a former former police police officer officer connected connected to to 26 26 year year old old Briana Briana Taylor's Taylor's death, death, but but not not for for her her murder. murder. Instead, Instead, the the jury jury says says fired fired Officer Officer Brett Brett Hank. Hank. It's It's in blindly shot in tow nearby apartments during a March police raid during a narcotics investigation. No drugs were found inside Taylor's home. Kentucky attorney General Daniel Cameron says Taylor was fatally shot by two other officers after Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, opened fire on officers who stormed into their home, according to Kentucky law. Use of force by Mattingly and Cosgrove was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Briana Taylor's death. Louisville has been bracing for protests. Taylor family Attorney Ben Crump calls the lack of charges. Quote, outrageous and offensive. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm
"kenneth walker" Discussed on KOMO
"Kenneth Walker is also seeking damages for what he calls gross negligence by Louisville police as ABC is Jen Ai Norman, Come on his time to 14 check traffic every 10 minutes on the force, and this is definitely one of those afternoons. You want to tune infrequently, Marina. Oh, my goodness, Charlie, we have to seriously collisions both directions of I five. They're two completely different collisions. But they're making big troubles in Seattle, so we'll start with the South bound I five collision with a rolled over vehicle near Yes, Lor. So it is solid traffic now because the South L lanes are blocked between James and where that collision happened. So traffic is being it is being diverted. The traffic is already there is being diverted into the collector distributor lanes, but my recommendation is to avoid south by five into downtown Seattle at the moment. North and I five just south of the West Seattle Freeway. We have a collision, blocking the three center lanes. So now that's quickly backing up from mid Boeing field so you can expect pretty lately delays as we are head into the next hour or so. So hopefully people would just hear this and avoid the areas if you can so north and five of the West Seattle Freeway south on I five in downtown Seattle westbound highway 5 12. Two right lanes are still blocked from a collision that happened between Steel Street and I five. So that's why things are so tough right now. Coming out of the Parkland area over towards Lakewood. You're next. Come on, Traffic it to 24. We expect it to be sunny and warm, maybe even a little hot, at least in some opinions and over the next few days here in the Seattle area. Expect a high near 80 Today..
"kenneth walker" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"As perhaps one of the top quarterbacks if he chooses to come out this year more on Wake Forest in their first after CJ Papadopoulos I'd like to just make Chris spoke to coach Dave Clawson coming out of the field he said that Jamie new many full got into that rhythm in the second quarter outside the first drive you got bogged down in that first quarter felt really good we also bills are still yards on the ground for the pick up here in the second half he's not happy with the coverage of his defensive backs it just thank you it has been that good and also still talking about that chop block call which eliminated the Donovan Donovan green circus catching it just felt that one of the other players got forcing the player on the chopping block and he just wanted but the official what was called on Sean the running back Kenneth Walker Walker right away on the defender to begin got pushed into the ideas obviously to protect the lead lakes knees the ankles of the player but the the rules says you have to post him up essentially and the other guy comes in and takes and love so you'll see situations such as this one it wasn't that they were just some other guys doing gates with it but it should not have been called Dropbox officials different usually those arguments Chris the official said the with the Michigan state the twenty one twenty eight a forty four yard field goal in the closing minute of the first half of the before the second the one of the eleven now across the twenty to twenty five yard line it's Tyler on the return and so Michigan state will get the football out across the.