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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ M. There is a development in major development in the case of Jason Van Dyke. We'll get a live report from WBZ M's, rob heart governor Pritzker takes executive action to establish a new criminal Justice reform initiative. It will be a free weekend for people looking to use metro trains to get around Chicago land, the suspect in last fall's, Pittsburgh synagogue shooting now faces additional charges WBZ sports. This is Kevin Jackson. The Blackhawks winners of seven straight after beating the Red Wings and the bowls host Milwaukee. Tonight. On Wall Street, the Dow is down seven NASDAQ is up twenty two and the s&p up four points oil down a little less than two percent. Twenty nine degrees in Chicago land heading to a high of thirty three and maybe one to two inches of snow headed our? Way late this afternoon into the evening hours. WBZ news time eleven thirty one. There will be a legal challenge to the sentence in the Jason Van Dyke. Liqun McDonald case WBZ M's, rob heart joins us live with the latest details from the Thompson center, Cisco attorney general Kwamena wall in Kane county state's attorney Joe bec- man or filing a petition with the state supreme court asking it to review the sentence imposed on former Chicago police officers Jason Van Dyke for the shooting death of Liqun McDonald Van Dyke was sentenced to eighty one months in prison on the charge of second degree homicide in the not the sixteen counts of aggravated battery which carried a harsher sentence. Raoul wants the justices to see if the law was. Applied during the sentencing process. No word on a timeline of when the supreme court will take up the matter live at the Thompson, Senator rob heart NewsRadio on what? Oh, five point nine. FM? Governor Pritzker has signed an executive order setting up a committee that will try to come up with ways to reform the state's criminal Justice system. Governor Jay Pritzker is executive order is called the Justice equity and opportunity initiative. This initiative will conduct research pilot programs and advocate for legislation as we work to build a Justice system that reflects the values of the people of Illinois the initiative will be headed by Lieutenant governor Juliana Stratton who gives this example, an equity lens means that we will study and explore how people who are disproportionately been entangled in the.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"For two men who threatened to kill officers in a video posted to social media in that video two armed men repeatedly make threats to the officers inside a marked police SUV that was driving next to them. Police have identified the man the department says the safety. Of officers is paramount that they take all threats seriously the sentence handed down to former Chicago police officers Jason Van Dyke for the shooting death of Liqun McDonald may not stick legal experts believe judge Vincent gone did not follow established precedent what he imposed a sentence of close to seven years in prison. The judge sentenced Van Dyke on the second degree murder charge. And not the sixteen counts of aggravated battery that carries a prison term of between six and forty years. Attorney general rules office says it will review the sentence a fire that killed nearly thirty dogs at a kennel near west Chicago last week is now under investigation the story from WBZ M's, Mike Crowder, the new page county fire investigation task forces seeking consent from the out of state landlord to get back into the heavily damaged kennel to try to determine the cause. But the daily herald reports because of the intensity of the fire and the damage that may be difficult. Thirty dogs were saved by firefighters. The operator of the cattle. Oh, Garrett Mercado boarded and trained dogs for rescue groups. In addition to housing his own animals. There has been criticism on social media about cleanliness staffing and the number of dogs kept their Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM. WBZ news time eight.

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Trump to Make ‘Major Announcement’ on Border

24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to Make ‘Major Announcement’ on Border

"And their families for the past four weeks. There hasn't been any direct talks between Trump and the democratic leadership since he walked out of a meeting more than two weeks ago. Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke sentenced to nearly seven years in prison for the shooting death of seventeen year old Liqun McDonald his sentencing following a day long hearing, including the Reverend Martin Marvin Hutter McDonald's gray uncle addressing the hearing as his the seventeen year old. Why should this person who has ended my life forever? Because he chose to become judge jewelry and execution. And has never asked for forgiveness be free when I'm dead. Van Dyke was convicted last year of second degree murder. This is AP radio news. A funeral held for a twenty two year old rookie California police office. You only Ray Cyrus provided the music at Natalie Coronas funeral home. She's a light in this world that won't be forgotten. Corona was on the job for only a few weeks. She was shot and killed responding to a crash was not only well trained and well versed as

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Take back. I guess what you said. Finishes. I I've been I've been Hassan. If you bring out national, you know, you had to do was say I wanna to talk to somebody that I wanted to bring this loss to no. Let me talk. I'm trying to express to you gotta break. I gotta break us. I got a Kim. At the courthouse in Chicago on his verdict. I believe Kim go to the line and talk to Kim who was at the courthouse in Chicago. And hopefully, she give us the update camel going Kim. Good afternoon. Thank you so much Reverend, Al. Yes. The judge just gave us a ten minute break, which I'm about seven minutes into because we are in the sentencing phase of the Jason Van Dyke trial, one of the most persuasive witnesses we are listening to witness testimony right now is a gentleman by the name of Ed Nance, Ed Nance in two thousand and nine was stopped by Jason Van Dyke and injured so hard that both of fish shoulder. Rotator cuffs were damaged. Wow. That time our police the committee that investigates police officers did not proceed with anything with Mr. Van Dyke. However, just to show you how serious it was what happened with this gentleman. He was awarded I believe three hundred thousand dollars from federal civil lawsuit. So this is just showing the failures that have been happening in Chicago for a long time as far as police officers, and he was given three hundred thousand dollars on being a physically abused by Van Dyke. The same Van Dyke was convicted of shooting Macron McDonnell, and what he was trying to say, well, he was on the stand first of all river. Now, he was crying. He is on several medications not just for pain, but for PT ESPN anti-anxiety because of this incident, she was crying so much the judges asked him where he'd be able to continue. And at one point, you know, they always ask the witness to point out defending and he he couldn't even look over at him. I was crying so hard what they had to make him look at him. So yes, the federal courts did something about this. But the city did not is just one of at least five African American males who have testified today about their past treatment with officer Van Dyke. And I it's just like because nothing was caught beforehand offer survey, and I was able to Myrtle the quantum McDonnell in two thousand fourteen so we are still going through the sentencing phase we will hear from other witnesses both on the prosecution as well as the defense. Now, we're we're now you heard about the verdict yesterday for the three police officers were acquitted of everything, but here's the thing. If you heard the judge, and we talked about this before the judge is very compassionate for police officers. If you heard her twenty eight page close, and I will mail it to you. I'll send it to you. She read exactly everything that the defense attorney said in in favor of the police officers made this a trial against the. Declined McDonald and what he did on that night. And it was painful to be there and listen to all of this. So we have to see what's going to happen with this officers today, this is dealing with one officer who did something and he was convicted of it. Now, we'll see whether they will Justice will be served and how much time he gets imprisoned. I am live flocking on Facebook. If you go to Brighton at black folks, stay woke it will. It will take you to the Kimberley going experience as black folks they woke I'm live blogging from the courtroom. I and and you can also call us breaks out break into call is because we are definitely watching the verdict on this Liqun McDonald case officer Van Dyke. Thank you so much for stepping out, even as part of your ten minute break. Thank you. And I think that it is important that we follow these. Because again, once we studied situation there was a tape.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Florida off u s forty one yesterday, minus twenty four nine mile bridge main the Nations High. Hi at low temperatures. This is America in the morning seventeen past. I'm John trout. Not guilty that the verdict that has many in the community of Chicago outraged after a judge acquitted three police officers accused of covering up the shooting death of Liqun McDonald on all charges. Andy rose has a recap today. Justice was not served. Former Chicago police detective David March former officer Joseph Walsh and officer Thomas Gaffney have been acquitted on all charges the prosecution alleged they tried to protect former officer Jason Van Dyke who shot seventeen year old Liqun McDonald's sixteen times in October of two thousand fourteen killing him. The prosecution says they lied about McDonald coming at them with a knife and pointed to dash Cam video recorded at the time of the shooting, which shows McDonald was walking away from police community leaders are outraged by the verdict to say that these men are not guilty is to say the Jason Van Dyke is not the defense attorney for March says Justice was served for his clients. And the officers should never have been charged in the first place. Three innocent men had been put through hell, whatever you think about Jason and dyke. These three men were innocent from day. One Van Dyke was found guilty of second degree murder in October and is facing up to twenty years in prison for that conviction. I'm Andy rose reporting and sports NBA. It was the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers seventh victory in nine games in their one hundred twenty nine thousand six blowout. Over the Pacers at Indiana. The.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on KOMO

"Off US forty-one yesterday, minus twenty four nine mile bridge main the Nations High and low temperatures. This is America in the morning seventeen past. I'm John trout. Not guilty that the verdict that has many in the community of Chicago outraged after a judge acquitted three police officers accused of covering up the shooting death of Liqun McDonald on all charges. Andy rose has a recap today. Justice was not served. Former detective David March former officer Joseph Walsh and officer Thomas Gaffney have been acquitted on all charges the prosecution alleged they tried to protect former officer Jason Van Dyke who shot seventeen year old Liqun McDonald sixteen times in October of two thousand fourteen killing him. The prosecution says they lied about McDonald coming at them with a knife and pointed to dash Cam video recorded at the time of the shooting, which shows McDonald was walking away from police community leaders are outraged by the verdict to say that these men are not guilty is to say the Jason Van Dyke is not the defense attorney for March says Justice was served for his clients. And the officers should never have been charged in the first place. Three innocent men had been put through hell, whatever you think about Jason Van Dyke. These three men were innocent from day. One Van Dyke was found guilty of second degree murder in October and is facing up to. Twenty years in prison for that conviction. I'm Andy rose reporting and sports NBA. It was the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers seventh victory in nine games in their one hundred twenty nine thousand six blowout. Over the Pacers at Indiana. The.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Is America in the morning seventeen past. I'm John trout. Not guilty that the verdict that has many in the community of Chicago outraged after a judge acquitted three police officers accused of covering up the shooting death of Liqun McDonald on all charges Andy rose as a recap today. Justice was not served. Former Chicago police detective David March former officer Joseph Walsh and officer Thomas Gaffney have been acquitted on all charges the prosecution alleged they tried to protect former officer Jason Van Dyke who shot seventeen year old Liqun McDonald's sixteen times in October of two thousand fourteen killing him. The prosecution says they lied about McDonald coming at them with a knife and pointed to dash Cam video recorded at the time of the shooting, which shows McDonald was walking away from police community leaders are outraged by the verdict to say that these men are not guilty is to say the Jason Van Dyke is not good. The defense attorney for March says Justice was served for his clients. And the officers should never have been charged in the first place. Three innocent men had been put through hell, whatever you think about Jason Van Dyke. These three men were innocent from day. One Van Dyke was found guilty of second degree murder in October and is facing up to. Twenty years in prison for that conviction. I'm Andy rose reporting and sports NBA. It was the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers seventh victory in nine games in their one hundred twenty nine thousand six blowout. Over the Pacers at.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Florida off u s forty one yesterday, minus twenty four at nine mile bridge main the Nations High and low temperature. Here's this is America in the morning seventeen past. I'm John trout. Not guilty that the verdict that has many in the community of Chicago outraged after a judge acquitted three police officers accused of covering up the shooting death of Liqun McDonald on all charges. Andy rose as a recap today. Justice was not served. Former Chicago police detective David March former officer Joseph Walsh and officer Thomas Gaffney have been acquitted on all charges the prosecution alleged they tried to protect former officer Jason Van Dyke who shot seventeen year old Liqun McDonald's sixteen times in October of two thousand fourteen killing him. The prosecution says they lied about McDonald coming at them with a knife and pointed to dash Cam video recorded at the time of the shooting, which shows McDonald was walking away from police community leaders are outraged by the verdict to say that these men are not guilty as to say the Jason Van Dyke. Does not get the defense. Attorney for March says Justice was served for his clients. And the officers should never have been charged in the first place. Three innocent men had been put through hell, whatever you think about Jason and dyke. These three men were innocent from day. One Van Dyke was found guilty of second degree murder in October. And it's facing up to twenty years in prison for that conviction. I'm Andy rose reporting and sports NBA. It was the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers seventh victory in nine games in their one hundred twenty nine thousand six blowout. Over the Pacers at Indiana. The rafters got past the sons one eleven.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is America in the morning seventeen past. I'm John trout. Not guilty that the verdict that has many in the community of Chicago outraged after a judge acquitted three police officers accused of covering up the shooting death of Liqun McDonald on all charges. Andy rose as a recap today. Justice was not served. Former Chicago police detective David March former officer Joseph Walsh and officer Thomas Gaffney have been acquitted on all charges the prosecution alleged they tried to protect former officer Jason Van Dyke who shot seventeen year old Liqun McDonald's sixteen times in October of two thousand fourteen killing him. The prosecution says they lied about McDonald coming at them with a knife and pointed to dash Cam video recorded at the time of the shooting, which shows McDonald was walking away from police community leaders are outraged by the verdict to say that these men are not guilty. To say the Jason Van Dyke is not the defense attorney for March says Justice was served for his clients. And the officers should never have been charged in the first place. Three innocent men had been put through hell, whatever you think about Jason Van Dyke. These three men were innocent from day. One Van Dyke was found guilty of second degree murder in October and is facing up to twenty years in prison for that conviction. I'm Andy rose reporting and sports NBA. It was the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers seventh victory in nine games in their one hundred twenty nine thousand six blowout. Over the Pacers at Indiana. The.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"NewsRadio WBZ B M. It's back to court today for former Chicago police officers Jason Van Dyke in Leila. One McDonald case he's to be sentence on his conviction of second degree murder and aggravated battery charges the sentence could range over. A wide number of years. And as for the other case involved with the Liqun McDonald shooting that was decided yesterday on a judge found a three other officers not guilty of conspiring to cover up what happened on the night of the MacDonald shooting in twenty four teen WBZ B M Steve Miller was in court when the verdict was read outside court African American activists like William Calloway said the not guilty verdict. Just shows there is a code of silence insulating the police perpetuated by others. But this is what people have to understand in the city of Chicago that lucado silence is just not what discover police department. It expands through education system. And this is an example of an attorney for one of the three officers found not guilty says that's baloney. He says whatever you think about Jason Van Dyke. These three men were innocent from day. One only one of the three officers spoke to reporters Joseph Walsh who says the past year and a half. Even though he was acquitted has been heartbreaking. He says for his family at twenty-sixth in California..

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Good evening. I'm mary. So thirty four degrees in Chicago under cloudy skies going down to a low tonight of twenty four degrees before we head into a winter storm watch tomorrow the details on that coming up in the AccuWeather five day forecast. But first our top local story on NewsRadio W B B M three Chicago police officers accused of trying to cover up the 2014 police shooting of black teenager, Liqun McDonald were acquitted today, Cook County, judge Dominica Stevenson. This court finds that the state has failed to meet its burden on all charges. Therefore, there was a finding of not guilty as to every count in each defendant a conspiracy official misconduct and obstruction of Justice. Stevenson said the officers at the scene. Different vantage points than the dash Cam video that was key to convicting Jason Van Dyke who fired the shots, prosecutors allege the officers lied in their reports to try to protect vandyck Van Dyke is due to be sentenced by a different judge tomorrow. Reactions to the verdict came swiftly from Chicago's mayoral candidates WBZ. Craig Delamore reports Sarah hopeful Jerry Joyce was among four candidates at a Chicago Tribune forum when the not guilty verdict came down and his response was I heard former police board president Lory Lightfoot says the bench ruling was disappointing. But I'm not terribly surprised at the direct. If you look at the track record. Officers being charged and and try to twenty six street. You gotta judge former prosecutor was trial partners. I understand it of one of the defense attorneys area. Mccarthy was police superintendent at the time of the shooting, and he says he respects the verdict detectors was going to be very difficult to prove against them. Because conspiracies prosecutors know very difficult in the first place Amara says this is the kind of judgment that keeps people from trusting police or the Justice system at city hall, Craig Delamore, News Radio one zero five point nine FM visitation for fallen Illinois state trooper Christopher Lambert has drawn police officers and other first responders from every corner of Illinois and beyond to the willow creek community mega church in south Barrington. It's a road. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson says he's been down too many times. So he says he understands the pain state police trooper Lambert's family are enduring and the need for a show of support important that we show that camaraderie and brotherhood in the love that we always do also hope that you don't have to. This against so. Yeah. But unfortunately is just the way our profession is we know is inevitably going to happen. Governor Pritzker paid his respects. So did first responders from as far away as Tennessee outside the church entrance to the district. Fifteen squad car freshly washed and waxed and decked out in black and purple buddy. Bob Roberts, NewsRadio one l five point nine FM. You can sign up for regular news updates. And breaking news alerts at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com slash alerts. WBZ news time.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"H A S our top story. There are some serious letter writing happening between the White House and congress President Trump has written a letter to speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi telling her that her upcoming international trip to Afghanistan, Brussels, and Egypt has been postponed suggesting that she should remain in Washington negotiating border security with him. Instead the president's letter follows a letter yesterday from Pelosi suggesting that he would be wise to reschedule. His state of the union address until after the government has reopened. But unlike the state of the union this trip was not public. Lana Zak ABC news, the capitol. We're now in day twenty seven of the government shutdown and federal workers are asking voters to help the government reopen in Boston air traffic controllers handed out leaflets to travelers safe as I can I want my government to work, and it's not working. There are other issues as well in some stamps in some states food stamp recipients are being told to budget their purchases because marches benefits are in jeopardy. Due to the shutdown three people are dead and another is injured following a shooting at a home in Owensboro police were called to the Kentucky house this morning where they found two men dead. A man and woman were then rushed to the hospital where one later died. Police have not said whether there are any outstanding suspects mayor Fischer says the state of the city is strong at his annual address held at the Muhammad Ali center, Fisher, touted his administration's achievements over the last few years is more to come think about Justice. This next year. The new soccer stadium district and butcher town. The restored and reimagined colonial gardens near Iroquois park. The Paris down development with the new performance venue for our partners at the Kentucky. Senator today's address comes on. Muhammad ALI'S birthday Fisher challenged the community to have these same courage vision and determination as Ali three. Chicago cops are accused accused of killing trying to cover up and falsifying details related to the officer involved shooting of Liqun McDonald are acquitted the two former officers and one current officer were accused of knowingly falsifying the reports they filed on the shooting of Liqun McDonald by officer Jason Van Dyke as a way to cover up for their fellow officer, but Cook County associate judge Domenico Stevenson in the bench trial announcing the finding of not guilty as to every count and each defendant a conspiracy official misconduct and obstruction of Justice. Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder and sixteen counts of aggravated battery. He'll be sentenced. Friday. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, urged fellow senators to vote for a measure that would permanently ban federal funding of abortion, the Kentucky. Republican says the Bill shed light on quote this great shame of our society. Opponents said that it attacked women's health care the act was defeated by a vote of forty eight to forty seven and the women's March plans to hold its first day of action in two thousand nineteen on Saturday. However, some major organizations are distancing themselves from the movement over allegations of antisemitism, women's March national organizer, Linda Sarsour, we have multiple statements. We have unequivocally rejected anti-semitism, homophobia, Islamophobia transphobia the controversy centers on co president to Mika Malary's refusal.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To twenty-six on WGN radio. I don't have anything written in front of me. But Steve Bertrand is in the newsroom, Steve you just told us that the judge has acquitted all three officers in the cover up case if you will of the shooting of Liqun McDonald van dykes going to jail, and we'll find out for how long that tomorrow. But the officers who in their reports wrote things that did not agree with the video that you, and I saw are not going to jail, not acquitted. They were quitted the judge. Judge Stevenson read a lengthy report that concluded about defied minutes ago five or ten minutes ago saying that the state had failed in its burden to prove that the allegations are true that the charges were true. And so she acquitted the three on all charges. I'm stunned. I guess I I have my bias on this. Don't we all? I mean, you saw the story unfold you've been following it. And I thought that there were two crimes here. I thought the one crime was the shooting of Liqun McDonald three if you want to include the crimes that the quantity Donald committed that leg do all of this. So there's that. And then there was Jason van dykes shooting of him, which was unnecessary. And then you have these three police officers who in their reports put forward a version of events that more supported what Van Dyke did how is Van Dyke guilty. And these guys not all that he wants to know the answer to that question if he was guilty of sixteen counts of assault or aggravated battery and second degree homicide. If Van Dyke is guilty of all of that. And could go to jail for fifteen eighteen eighty six ninety six years. Then how is it the officers who wrote up a report that agreed with his version of the events? How is it that they're not guilty of something too? When you talk. The way the police officers interact with the community and how they cover for each other. That's. If you will more endemic that's more systemic that you will run into that more than you will a gun, you will run into that more than you will a police officer pulling his gun on you, they've virtually never do that. But do they support each other? Do they not tell the whole truth on their reports? And if you run into that what recourse do you have? This is the verdict today acquittals for all three elyssa take a break. Steve will do the news. That's next on WGN. The.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on KCRW

"Up. We'll question a parliamentary supporter of Britain's Theresa May. I'm David Graham. And I'm Steve Inskeep. We also questioned a lawmaker with new power to learn more about President Trump and Russia, Adam Schiff is adding staff to investigate the president's finances. He also talks of taking testimony from an interpreter who was in the room is the President Vladimir Putin. Also, this hour survey shows some of the president's basis support starting to slip is Thursday January. Seventeenth the singer Steve Earle is sixty three years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. White house. Economists are saying that the partial federal government shutdown will cut US economic growth by one tenth of one percent. Every week. That's doubled. Their previous estimate, the shutdown is now in its twenty seventh day, and Illinois judge will decide the fate of three Chicago police officers today, they were accused of hiding information in the murder investigation of fellow officer Jason Van Dyke NPR Cheryl corley says he was convicted of the two thousand fourteen murder of a black teenager. The prosecutors saying that all three of these people falsified police reports, and they did so to protect Jason Van Dyke. They said in those reports specifically that Liqun McDonald threatened police officers with a knife before he was shot video from a police. Dash Cam video contradicted that actually showed McDonald walking away from police. So these officers are accused of three things obstruction. Of Justice official misconduct and conspiracy NPR Cheryl correlate Facebook has removed hundreds of pages and dozens of accounts that engaged in what the company calls coordinated in authentic behavior. NPR's Matthew Schwartz reports Facebook's head of cybersecurity policy says they found two distinct operations both originating in Russia that created a network of accounts to quote, mislead others about who they were. And what they were doing the accounts were active in a variety of eastern, Europe and central Asian countries. Facebook says the pages were linked to employees of Sputnik in Moscow based news agency and frequently posted about topics like protest movements and anti-nato sentiment. Separately based on a tip from US law enforcement Facebook removed more than a hundred Russian based pages and forty Instagram accounts, which had shared news stories in Ukraine. Facebook says it's important they removed fraudulent accounts in light of quote important political moments and elections in Europe this year, Matthew. Schwartz NPR news officials in France have launched a contingency plan. In case the United Kingdom leaves the European Union without an agreement on how to do it. NPR's? Eleanor Beardsley has more French prime minister Edward Philippe, says the prospect of Britain leaving the EU without an agreement is looking ever more likely. That's why he said I have decided to trigger the plan for a no deal hard Brexit. That plan includes a fifty seven million dollar investment in ports and airports to cope with the increased security and customs Jack's if Britain crashes out of the EU without an accord goods people capital and services will no longer flow freely between, the continent and the UK there could be backups of trucks at ports like Calais as goods have to be checked and doing business will suddenly become much more difficult for the tens of thousands of French companies which export across the channel Britain, Eleanor, Beardsley, NPR news Paris. You're listening to NPR news from wash. Washington. China says its top trade on boy. Welcome to Washington this month to meet with US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer, both the US and China have imposed tariffs on many of each other's products. The Trump administration warns it will significantly increase its tariffs in March unless Beijing changes some of its trade practices a group that tracks Christian persecution around the world has released its annual list of countries where it is dangerous to practice. Christianity. NPR's Tom gjelten reports the open doors foundation, put some US allies on the list last year, according to open doors, brought a dramatic rise in the persecution of Christians Christian women were targeted both as Christians and as women Islamist radicalism is behind much of the persecution. But not all open doors CEO, David curry says India is now for Christians among the worst places in the world, the BJP party, which is the ruling party, prime minister Modi's party has. Created a radical Hindu agenda seeks to push out Christian faith in anything other than the Hindu faith, rising nationalism and the Thawra -tarian ISM or making conditions worse. Curry says for everyone belonging to a minority religious group. Tom gjelten NPR news parts of Peru's capital are flooded with sewage a large pipe is blocked in Lima. It collects more than three quarters of the capital sewage Peru was declared a health emergency news reports say the pipe was built by a Brazilian company. That's in the middle of South American corruption scandal, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news support for NPR comes from Charles Schwab, offering Schwab intelligent advisories which automatically builds monitors and rebalanced portfolios, and they're still human help available if needed. Learn more intelligent Dow Trow dot com..

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Mm-hmm. This is intercepted. Jeremy Scahill coming to you from the offices of the intercept in New York City. And this is a special bonus episode of intercepted. We are going to be back next week. With a regular episode of intercepted. But over this long holiday weekend wanted to share with you a recent conversation that we had here in the studio. The Chicago based hip hop artist. Vic Mensa has emerged as one of the most uncompromising political voices of our time. The twenty five year old artists not only raps about Chicago police killings of black and Brown people about apartheid in Palestine the poisoning of the water in Flint Michigan. He actually goes to where the silence is and speaks out in the aftermath of the police shooting of Liqun McDonald in Chicago Vic Mensa was there in the streets. And also giving voice to the movement that led to the conviction of Chicago police officer for the quantum McDonalds murder Vic Mensa has traveled throughout Palestine with the poet Shemona, and he's also gone to Flint Michigan to help amplify the voices of a community. That was poisoned and continues to suffer from the.

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Went into a heavyweight boxing match against Mike Tyson. Winning their Golkar hands tied behind your back. You're still standing. Now prosecuting attorney the special prosecutor Joseph McMahon said that he that he did speak just a bit ago with the mother of Liqun McDonald. He said that this is a difficult day for her. He said she will continue to relive what happened those years ago. And he said, I don't her name is Tina hunter. And he said, I don't think Tina will ever heal from this. Why Cook County criminal court Steve Miller NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM activists and marching in downtown Chicago following the verdict. WBZ LIAM's rob Hart is live at Michigan. Whacker where the? That's because. This is what democracy looks like is the traffic going up right now. Chanting believe that we will win. On for about two hours city halls and making its way. Rolling closure. This protest. Here's what Elise no arrests. Is just a very energetic. The move. In fact, many Chicago and say, it is Justice that officer Van Dyke was found guilty of second degree murder. This woman was outside the criminal courts.

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Officer charged in Laquan McDonald death takes stand

24 Hour News

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Officer charged in Laquan McDonald death takes stand

"The Chicago police officer charged with the two thousand fourteen killing of seventeen year old the quantum McDonald's. Takes the stand in his own defense. Officer Jason Van Dyke says he arrived on the scene in as police SUV and found McDonald holding a three inch knife. And emotional Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke told the jury what he saw and why he shot seventeen year old Liqun McDonald on that lactobacillus almost four years ago, the space it, no expression. His eyes were just bugging out of his head. He had just huge. White is just staring right through me defense counsel. Randy Rupert walked him through what happened next as yawn. Adam dropped the knife.

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Chicago officer unjustified in killing black teen, prosecutor says

Armstrong and Getty

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago officer unjustified in killing black teen, prosecutor says

"It'll get a couple of years credit for time served court records show that the fifty one year old abused a girl from the ages of seven to twelve and there are also claims that he abused that girl's mother. He was also facing charges that he got a young teen girl pregnant several years ago Jason camp Adonia NBC News Radio. Testimony set to continue today in the murder trial of the Chicago police officer charged in the deadly 2014 shooting a black teenager at Liqun McDonald during opening statements yesterday special. Prosecutor Joe McMahon said

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Chicago officer unjustified in killing black teen, prosecutor says

Global Revolutions

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago officer unjustified in killing black teen, prosecutor says

"O'Hare. Opening statements are underway in the murder trial of Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke Van Dyke shot little Kwan McDonald who was holding a knife in twenty fourteen in the opening statements assistant special prosecutor, Joe McMahon said Liqun McDonald should have never been shot because nowadays single shot was necessary or justified officer vandyke fired sixteen shots that night. No other officers fired their weapons his defense attorney. Daniel Herbert is explaining. I was client never intended to kill the seventeen-year-old show. We saw. For his life. He acted

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Laura Washington of the Chicago sun times describes the circumstances of this case as a combustible brew. She joins us now to talk more welcome to the program. Thank you very much. Now, it's been four years since Liqun McDonald was shot and killed by officer Van Dyke in your most recent column, you raise the question is Chicago ready. What do you mean by that? Sakaba was never gone through the experience we're about to encounter. It's been four years. First of all, and that's a very long time to wait for Justice in minds. Many people is there's never to my knowledge he'd been a police officer who's been convicted of first degree murder in a case like this. So there are a lot of people have who have very high expectations and fair not believe that Van Dyke is guilty. And if he is found innocent if if the outcome is anything different from what they're expecting. There may be some anger resentment. And it may even be explosive. The issue of police brutality is a long-standing one in Chicago there many communities of color that have trust issues with the police. What's been the effect of this McDonald case on that debate? I think that there have been for at least fifty sixty years allegations very credible allegations of police misconduct. We've had a number of investigations there have been some officers who've been charged. And convicted for torturing criminal suspects. But there's never been a case quite like this one. I think there are a lot of expectations that are being put on this case it finally, we will see Justice after maybe decades of beating of decades have been disrespected, but these cases are very complicated. And you have a big divide in terms of how people view the police people of color people in the south west side of Chicago, don't trust the police don't have a very personal relationship with them. Whereas people in other parts of the city people who haven't seen misconduct are wondering. Well, what's wrong with the police? They're there to protect us. There are friends yesterday. Liqun McDonald's family called for complete peace. Do you think that is a chief -able for Chicago? When it comes to this case, I have high hopes that it is. Because Chicago, unlike many other cities has not had terrible street violence in the aftermath of trial for very very long time back in nineteen sixty eight during the Martin Luther King riots was the last time I can remember that there was widespread violence we like to. Think that we respect Justice? We did we respect the system, and I was heartened to see look Juan's family come forward. But I'm concerned that there aren't more folks in the community that are calling for peace. There's going to be a potential for a lot of very volatile protest every day outside the courthouse. Tempers are going to be very high, and that could be a very challenging situation for the city the backdrop to all this Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel announced he would not seek reelection. The he took a lot of criticism for the delay of the release of the dash Cam video of the shooting. What do you think that means for the city's ability to move forward? I think there's some relief it particularly from folks in the city who believes that Rome manual was part of a cover up that he deliberately misled the public about the circumstances of this case, they're glad to see him gone, but the big problems and challenges especially around policing and police reform remain, and they won't be resolved quickly. And they certainly won't be. Be resolved by this trial. Even if folks feel comfortable with the outcome of this trial. There's still a lot of mistrust, and there's a lot of violence in communities, and there's a huge barrier between the police and citizens in many communities in Chicago. And that's gonna take a long time to overcome Laura Washington is a columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times. Thanks for speaking with us. Thank you. Thanks.

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Willie Wilson, WGN and Senate Judiciary Committee discussed on Patti Vasquez

Patti Vasquez

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Willie Wilson, WGN and Senate Judiciary Committee discussed on Patti Vasquez

"News and secretary Jim Madison's denying that. He uttered comments critical of President Trump and a new book by journalists. Bob Woodward, the book recons that matters told close associates that the president acted like it had the understanding of quote. A fifth or sixth

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"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"liqun mcdonald" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Buzzed the kind of thing. You use it a triage seen when a lot of people, are hurt so we have at least eight people injured here in serious to critical condition And we had nine ambulances that have left the scene. And again we just had a helicopter land here and that suggests that. Somebody is badly hurt and they're going to be taking them, out so this is still an active scene, two hours later with firefighters sifting through rubble here they did ask the news job is to get out of. Here because they want to be able to hear if anybody is is yelling Reporting live, on the outside might Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM now that's. Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke has given some. Interviews ahead of his murder trial for the death of Liqun McDonald a special prosecutor wants him held in contempt of. Court the special prosecutor has filed a motion asking, that Jason van dykes bail be increased or that he be. Taken into custody the motion says Van Dyke violated the judges decorum order which, prohibits any key players, in the murder trial from commenting outside court Van Dyke. Was interviewed, by the Tribune this week his trial for the shooting death of Liqun McDonald is set to start this coming Wednesday on Saturday. Morning at ten there's a hearing said, on the special prosecutor's motion Steve Miller NewsRadio. On one or five point nine FM Jason van Dyck's lawyer is expected to comment this afternoon about the special prosecutor's motion WBZ news time one Over eight traffic.

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Durbin calls on Nielsen to resign

Steve Dahl

03:25 min | 2 years ago

Durbin calls on Nielsen to resign

"Include taxes and fees a, jury has been selected opening statements have, wrapped up and the first witness testifying in the, Virginia criminal, trial of President Trump's former campaign, chair Paul Manafort more on the trial from. Corespondent Jessica Sanchez manafort's Virginia case centers around his passed. Lobbying work for the pro Putin Ukrainian government for which prosecutors say he received sixty million dollars the, government alleges Manafort hid, millions and failed to pay taxes while still spending the money on real estate and luxury purchases including homes in Manhattan Virginia in the Hamptons expensive suits. And baseball tickets and prosecutors will present hundreds of emails, photos and. Financial records to. Prove it manafort's pleaded not guilty to numerous counts of Bank and tax fraud and failure. To file reports on foreign financial accounts Facebook says it's uncovered and shutdown Thirty two accounts, because they were involved. In sophisticated efforts to influence u. s. politics on its platforms. Correspondent drew Griffin says the. Accounts use the same strategy as those that attempted to influence the two thousand sixteen election they're. Not sure Facebook believes. It could be Russians it's typical of the behavior that, they saw around the two thousand sixteen elections setting up fake sites getting real Americans to like follow these pages then sending out disinflation to encourage division in America a Facebook official says the company privately briefed house and Senate lawmakers about this this week in, the family border separation, story are Bill Cameron says Senator Durbin in the Senate Judiciary committee today called on the homeland security secretary to resign demand that. Will be ignored but Durbin said family separations have become so extreme border guards are calling them deleted family units in. The name of these deleted fam- Units seven hundred and eleven lost children and common decency I am today calling on the architect of this humanitarian disaster department of homeland. Security secretary Kirsten, Nielsen to step down someone someone in this administration has to accept responsibility we can have border security. Without bullying we could be safe without treating toddlers. Is terrorist the other side says zero tolerance at the border was well intentioned but has had some unintended consequences Bill Cameron WLS AM eight and, emotion to request a judge in the murder trial. Of Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke has been denied are Nick gale with. That store presiding judge of Cook County criminal court denied. The change, of judge request which means current judge Vincent gone will hear a change of venue motion on Friday attorneys for Van, Dyke want, the case tried outside of Cook County because of all the media coverage here also in court members of the media are Arguing that. Several sealed documents should be, accessible after. The state supreme court ordered so, back in may judge gone ruled that some, but not all of those documents will remain sealed. As include grand jury testimony van Dyke's charged with first degree murder after he shot, teenager Liqun McDonald's sixteen times back in, twenty four team Van Dyke split not guilty. Saying he pulled the trigger in self defense as McDonald was wielding a knife the trial. Has been set for, September fifth Nick gale w eight nine WLS, news time four zero five on. The roads.

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Michael Skakel case: Court throws out conviction of Kennedy cousin

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Michael Skakel case: Court throws out conviction of Kennedy cousin

"The news a few clouds and seventy four at o'hare for the first time in the high profile case of chicago police officer jason van dyke the judge in the first degree murder case held a closeddoor hearing today wgn's kim gordon reports judge vincent gone bitter reporters and spectators saying he was sealing the hearing out of concern for the safety of the witnesses the witnesses were scheduled to testify about the troubled past of liqun mcdonald the video showing van dyke shooting the seventeen year olds sixteen times sparked weeks of protests brought about the firing police superintendent gary mccarthy and escaping report by the justice department on on chicago police practices kim gordon wgn news new devices are being added to the city's booting trucks in efforts to crack down on carjackings they're being fitted with license plate recognition technology so that plates from stolen cars are medically flagged a single booting truck can read over three thousand plates shift president trump will host south korean president moon jae in at the white house late may visit is scheduled for the twenty second the leaders will discuss the president's upcoming meeting with north korea's kim jong un moon and kim met in late april at the demilitarized zone between north and south korea i will governor kim reynolds has signed an abortion ban into law making it the strictest abortion regulation in the country outlawing the procedure at six weeks the move also sets up a state or sets up the state that is for a lengthy court challenge with planned parenthood and the american civil liberties union both said they'll sue what's next in the michael skakel case a brother of the girl whom kennedy cousin michael skakel was accused of bludgeoning to death in nineteen seventy five says it's too soon for his family to make their wishes known the connecticut supreme court today vacated skakel's murder conviction in the case abc news legal analyst royal oakes bizarre twist to already strange case this decision is a reversal by the connecticut supreme court that a year and a half ago rejected skakel's request for a new trial this time around they concluded his lawyer failed to call a key alibi witness such that tossing the conviction was justified royal oakes reporting in joy the wildlife just don't domesticate it.

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