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Fresh update on "louisville" discussed on NEWS 88.7 Programming
"In 1963 when he was a young boxer named Caches, Marcellus Clay, he already knew he was the greatest Ali wasn't get the larger than life figure he would become the figure who challenge America's racial oppression with with spiritual force and an unimpeachable boxing record. Even at that young age, Ali was in the midst of a spiritual journey that would not only change him but means of people around the world. And though he had good reason for braggadocious banter A person of faith you was in his twenties evolve, Lighten years by the time he reached middle age, so much so that by the end of his life, Ali declared. Have said that I am the greats and truth on Lee God is the greatest from America, Broad media PR Rex and the Mohammed Ali center. Preacher Moss and this is the universal title, a special Muhammed Ali and his spiritual journey from its Baptist roots in Louisville to becoming the best known Muslim on the world stage. This is the story of how Mohammed I leave one universal title. I do believe that there was something deeper within him that he was searching for. They found appealing that moved him from Christianity with Islam. Funny, Miss Wilbur Browning, senior on I am the senior pastor at Centennial Olivet Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky. Centennial Olive. It is the main church that Ali grew up attending. And, you know, I will never say that he couldn't have gotten that couldn't have expressed that. But then Christianity. I just believe that At the church of that particular time that he was searching. Had not believed on to that place because we were segregated Dynamite exploded on a Sunday morning killed four little girls.
Fresh "Louisville" from Townhall Weekend Journal
"Jason Walker. Three people have been killed, two wounded in a shooting out of Wisconsin Bar early this morning in Ocean County Sheriff David Beth says the gunman knew the victims. We don't believe this was a random act. I currently from what I've been told believe that the three people who passed away Probably knew each other. And this was a targeted situation. He says The gunman was asked to leave and removed from the summer's House tavern, but came back He wasn't cooperating with the management there. S o exactly what he did. I can't tell you, but I believe you returned a short time later and came in and did the shooting. Sheriff Beth shots were fired inside and outside the very busy bar. I'm Julie Walker near Austin, Texas. At least three people have been shot and killed, two wounded. The suspect who's still on the run, reportedly is a former law enforcement officer. Also a town hall dot com. Czech Republic is expelling 18. Russian diplomats identify this spies. The prime minister says the movie's based on evidence points to their involvement in a massive explosion. We just learned now Russia is retaliating by Expelling 30, different Czech Republic officials. In the meantime, the chairman of the UK Foreign Affairs Select Committee Tom to get, Han says the nation's need to give Russia a taste of their own medicine. In Kentucky. Authorities say that a boating accident last night on the Ohio River, leaving one person dead, four others injured. Two people are still missing. Officials say seven people on a pleasure craft when it collided with a barge in their boat dock and Louisville caused that accident still under investigation. Actually occurred following a massive fireworks display. More on these stories, a town hall dot com Me one relief. Thank you is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question Pete himself, Talbot, the father and son, founders of relief actor tell me they believe our bodies would designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal on Now, I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients that each help your body deal with inflammation that's correct each other foreign greedy. Steel with inflammation on a different metabolic pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain relief If you have back pain, shoulder neck, hip, knee or foot pain from exercise, or even just getting older, you must order the three week quick start now discounted the only 1995 to see if it will work for you, too. I think it could give your body what it needs to heal itself. Got to really factored outcome. Call 800. 583 84 early factor darkens. This program has been pre recorded. The views of this program do not reflect the station or Salem Media Group. Today on the town All review with you, you it brought in partnership with the Pepper Die in graduate School of public policy. Once again, there's tension violence in Greater Minneapolis after the police shooting of Dante, right, a lot of bad things that can happen, and this case illustrates that and the situation on our nation's southern border is worse than most Americans know. We'll hear from the nation's 40th president coming in from everywhere, it's it's a disgrace. Very tough for them, just separate them, and the situation is not getting better. Byron York There was no effort to stop anyone from crossing illegally into the United States, and we'll look.
Fresh update on "louisville" discussed on 21st Century Radio
"In Russian diplomats identify this spies. The prime minister says the movie's based on evidence points to their involvement in a massive explosion. We just learned now Russia is retaliating by expelling 30 different Czech Republic of officials. The meantime, the chairman of the UK Foreign Affairs Select Committee Tom to get Han says the nation's need to give Russia a taste of their own medicine in Kentucky. Authorities say that a boating accident last night on the Ohio River, leaving one person dead, four others injured. Two people are still missing. Officials say seven people on a pleasure craft when it collided with a barge. And here, a boat dock and Louisville caused That accident still under investigation accident occurred following a massive fireworks display more on these stories, a.
Kentucky limits no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor's death
"Several bills governor Bashir signed into law today. Bashir signed Senate Phill four, which strictly limits no knock warrants in the state. This is meaningful change. It will save lives, and it moves us in the right direction. The legislation was introduced in the wake of Briana Taylor's death by police in Louisville. The city has already banned no knock warrants. The governor of also signing a bill that awards tuition
Who Invented the High Five?
"The origin of the high five is kind of disputed slash not really exactly known a forerunner to the high five was the low five part of black american culture since at least the nineteen twenties. But when did it turn up. High and spread further afoot. Was it from the women's volleyball circuit in the nineteen sixties american. Gi's in tokyo during world. War two apparently magic johnson even once implied that he invented it while it michigan state's which blows my mind because my dad was in the same dorm building as magic johnson. Who like was my dad present for the invention of the high five. Probably not. But i suppose i should ask him just in case. Even if magic johnson himself didn't create it he was most likely there when it first started taking off of the top contenders for its origin. They all take place in the late. Nineteen seventies in the world of sports. One story goes that it was created by wiley brown and derek smith from the university of louisville cardinals during the nineteen. Seventy eight seventy nine basketball season. Since their team was nicknamed the doctors of dunk. Doing the standard low five didn't make sense. Their team was all about that vertical movement so they started slapping their hands together when held high above their heads. Brown and smith who passed away in nineteen ninety-six. Get a big chunk of the credit for creating the high five in the press and one reason is because so much footage of the cardinals. High fiving tests highlight reels. A level of evidence not shared by many of the other origin stories but another origin story. A lot of people are familiar with. Is that lamont. Fleets a basketball player from murray state. University also playing around nineteen seventy nine. The story goes that lamont's dead lamont's leads senior had served in the first battalion. Fifth infantry in the vietnam war the infantry was nicknamed the five and after the war when lamont junior was just a little kid. The guys would often stop by his house to visit with his dad. They'd created their own greeting a arm. Straight up with five fingers spread as they said five
1st-timer Arizona joins mainstays in women's NCAA Final Four
"Desire cook scored sixteen points in the game **** used their stifling defense to advance to the final four for the third time shutting down Texas sixty two thirty four is very surreal for me I was out there and I was just there and like wow I'm really here like we're really going to the final four but I feel like our work isn't done yet South Carolina blocked fourteen shots held the sixth seeded Longhorns to twenty three percent shooting and outscored them ten nothing in the fourth quarter Lexie hull scored twenty one points in Stanford reach the final four by rallying for a seventy eight sixty three victory over Louisville Stanford trailed by twelve midway through the third quarter before scoring thirteen consecutive points to take its first lead since early in the game I'm Dave Ferrie
Howard Schnellenberger, 87, Miami, Louisville coach, dies
"Miami football coach Howard Schnellenberger has died. He led the Hurricanes to their first national championship in 1983 and later coast Florida Atlantic University. When it began its football program. He was 87. A poll
Bristol Cup Series Qualifying Race Lineups
"With Dirks Bentley. That's what they're gonna be doing in East Tennessee, better known to you and I, as Thunder Valley Bristol Motor Speedway practice gets underway later this afternoon Is NASCAR prepares for racing on the dirt for the first time in over 50 years, at least for the Cup series. Both the Camping World truck series featuring Louisville's own Ben Rhodes and NASCAR Cup series will be featured. This weekend, starting with tomorrow's qualifying, followed by the truck series Pindi Truck Series race at eight o'clock on FS one. Then, of course, it's the grand finale. The Cup Series. Food City Dirt Race. 3 30 on Fox. For well champion driver Kyle Busch. He's not exactly a fan of racing on the dirt. These things just are so heavy in the tire is not at all indicative to producing grip. And so it's just it seems like it's a full fledged ice rink. Like literally. You're just out there on ice, trying to make your way around the tracks. Yeah, but Kyle, Unfortunately, the fans love it. So looking forward to this one gonna be a lot of fun again. Levels on Ben Rhodes gonna go at it tomorrow. Not now. They do have qualifying today. You can catch that on Fs one. Also
Some Pedestrian-Friendly Street Changes May Stay After The Pandemic Ends
"Walking more since the pandemic began, there's been a sharp increase in pedestrian fatalities. Leading to an increased urgency in many cities to recreate streets as shared spaces instead of solely being focused on cars. Bath Osborne is with the nonprofit advocacy groups Smart Growth America. We have pretended that humans outside of a car didn't exist or were disposable and designed our roadways for only one user. Those who had a big metal contraction around them. As board says the pandemic has prompted cities from Oakland in Seattle to Louisville in Burlington, Vermont, to experiment with new Street uses. Some include outdoor dining and food truck applauses. Others have displays of artwork or urban playgrounds. Well, some will be temporary. Others may remain long after the pandemic ends.
Customs Agents At Chicago O’Hare International Airport Seize Hundreds Of Phony Luxury Items
"And hundreds of phony luxury items discovered by customs agents at O'Hare Airport yesterday, there were more than 400 bogus bags, sunglasses and wallets, replicating high end products like Chanel bags to your purses and even face Max from Louisville Town and Gucci. Value for real versions of all the items will be over. $600,000 Custom said the bundle was being shipped from Thailand to a home in Kansas and the name of the shipper was the same as that of the
Louisville's Brad Cox looks to take another step toward Kentucky Derby with Mandaloun
"Brad thanks for joining us today here on race day. It happening gasping for having me on. This is the longest we've went. Went out having you on. Congratulations on the eclipse award. We haven't talked to you since then. congratulations well deserved. Thank you very very much For a guy who's has much as much success as you've had in the last four three or four years especially never ran a horse in the kentucky derby and now Not only the at the two year old champ in essential quality. We'll talk about A little later on but You have a worse in the loon who Provided all goes well tomorrow looks to be a serious serious animal on that road to louisville Amazingly just six weeks away from kentucky derby one. Forty-seven talk to us about mandolin. While you know he's he's really Taken shape we always displayed a good bit account as a two year old and now he's able to show that to starts as a two year old Ram one turn which we thought was you know. I thought he'd be a to turn horse. But you know just displayed enough speed of the morning to You know give us the confidence to run him. first couple around one turn so worked out really well and he continues to get better. Every rice thought his first round turns and the cop is a really good race. A little water on both turns. You know we added the blinkers another race. Going in for you know for a horse to finish up the way did go. On a mile and nathan february of their three zero year says a lot so You know. I'm i'm hopeful and confident. He'll move forward again tomorrow. in louisiana derby he'll need to As all these sources seemed to be you know moving in the right direction at the right time so You know you just gotta continue to that you know forward move to the kentucky derby and you know he he's one that's you know somewhat lightly raced having only run four times and You know we spaced as racist. Well tried to buy designs. And he's doing really well so hopefully the more he can You know get the job done you know. Take that next step toward the kentucky derby how big of a role that you think. The blinkers played arisen star. I think they helped him If you go back and watch this horses. I keep him he was. It was a very impressive race. He broke well then. They kind of run away from ducking and diving splitting horses. Very impressive and then if you watch galloping out i mean. He sees the gap and tries to make the gap. I mean he's not that he's tried that a lot or anything but like he does walks things he does look at things and You know. I think that kinda comes from that empire maker line You know he. He does tend to you. Know looking gawk at things tom tom. I've had writers tell me that he needs flock comeback after social. And he's blinkers. You know. And i thought we'd just continue educating along the way not really throw them on until really felt like we needed to He's able to get it done in the second star. Going seven eighths. I didn't really want to put the blinkers on him in his first start. Going around two turns I do think they may hold helping that day. Kind of putting getting wearing needed to beat a win. You know but the end goal was not to win. The lecomte you know is to educate the horse and Thought still was the right move. Not having them on. We added them. And i definitely think to get him a little sharper. You know polish off a little bit as far as being a little more focused and and You know just experience the the to turn racial hell played a big role as well so i think it was a couple of things that you know. Really set him up for a big race with the additional blinkers and second time around two turns into star
Ford cutting shifts, partially building F-150 pickups and Edge SUVs due to chip shortage
"Is going to build some F 1 50 pickups and edge crossovers without some of its electronic gear. This is because of a global shortage of semiconductor chips and a delay in getting parts after a winter storm choked off the supply for it will build and hold the vehicles without putting in certain electronic modules. Before they shipped them to the dealers. Once those modules are available, and it can complete quality checks, semiconductor shortage is also forcing forward to cancel Thursday and Friday shifts at its assembly plant in Louisville,
Ellen Birkett Morris Explores the Quiet Power of Womanhood in Lost Girls
"In today's episode visit with ellen briquet morris author of lost girls short story collection which explores the experiences of women and girls is a confront the challenges and expectations of womanhood. Ginny awful author of whether of speculation last things called this book a dazzling collection stories. The showcases morris as impressive ability had devastating truce was seemingly small moments of. You've lost girls. In the southern review of books said vivid snapshots female struggle march demonstrates the tire women acknowledging one another and themselves in a world where they're continually does managed the woman girls in these stories. Hold the antidote to their own erasure and in turn give it to us on the way can prevent each other from becoming loss girls l. Welcome to the show. Hello good glad to be here. And you're coming to us. All the way from louisville kentucky kentucky well s the magic of remote podcasting right we can. We can stretch. Stretch our podcast around round the catching around the world here. So congratulations on the book. Oh thank you very much. yeah it's A nice collection of stories. I enjoyed reading reading the book and I want to start out with this Quote that. I just read in the opening that these stories how devastating truce was seemingly within seemingly small moments and Did you have that in mind when you started writing these stories or is that a thing that just sort of when you got the oh. Yeah okay. I'll see that now didn't didn't necessarily have it in my. Although i think i recognize it from works of literature that i've read you know i'm a big fan of the work of the writer. Lee martin and lee martin does that. He focuses on ordinary people and ordinary moments. That become waited with. Meaning you know In terms of the way he constructs the story sent so Though it wasn't a goal. I was really pleased to see that. That's how she read it. And this idea of truth surfaces another author of us to lasting truce to reside in the familiar And two other author your said you can step back. And behold the world and make unexpected discoveries As your any stories riding them in different points of view your audience and First person third person But you are the author of these stories. What did you Step back behold into this work when you get through you know. I it story my story there were revelations so in each story. I had a moment when i finished it when i thought oh. Wow that's where we ended up. You know that sort of surprise that you can that can happen in the in the course of the creative process and then you know with the collection itself at bishop. Early developed a collection and had a meal photographer from boston. Traveling through the south and it was all about him in his life and for some reason Folks that were reading it. They liked him okay. They weren't super excited about it. It occurred to me that the women in the stories not him were the most interesting part of the stories and then there was a point in our culture where people were really turning their attention to the experiences of women at through that metoo movement and it occurred to me that i had a whole bundle of stories that really featured women and so i went back toned down the photographer character in some cases elevated some of the other characters and found that when i had was a cohesive collection that simply centered on the experiences of women and girls and that in itself was really a revelation. I had you know. I didn't really know that. I had that many stories. That would hang together in quite that way. But i was really delighted to find that they did and Have felt really confirmed as readers as a whole sort of a collection. That's that's cohesive and and pulled together based on those themes yourself your woman you grown up. You experienced These moments where you are not as interesting and they interfere with what what women are trying to do. Were there any stories in this collection that Maybe were more personal to you than that other. Well you know there are a couple of them that really resonate with me Like miss not being a ballerina as about of kind of lonely little girl. At who's best friend's mother is getting ready to undergo cancer treatment. And you know. I remember being a kid and i remember having a best friend and how central and passionate those relationships can be and And and that idea that if happens to your parents at sort of up engineer world And so i feel. I feel very tenderly towards that one. The other story that that really The that stays with me. And and i wrote it kind of straight as as a sad story but people read it really a satire and ad i read it to groups and they laugh at it is the story religion about the The lonely thirty year old woman. Who goes to she thinks. She's going to a day coupons class and she had step in a breastfeed irs lake meeting. And you know it's a it's a story about really not being seen in. It's a story about being desperately lonely and you know. I just remember points in my when i felt that way and didn't feel a part of a group or one badly to be a part of a group and you know that's really what drives her. Those are her motivators. She wants so badly to be accepted that she fabricates the idea that she has this child. And she pursues this goal of breastfeeding. So again i wrote it straight but people it is funny. It's really not
Seattle recovering after violent weekend, police arrest 13 in protests
"Of violent protests. Police arrested 13 people Saturday night for leaving a trail of destruction through parts of downtown. Was Jonathan show reports on a new video of protesters at Occidental Park. It also talks to police chief Adrian de as the person who sent us. This footage managed to infiltrate the group and secretly recorded several minutes. Of a postmortem with the marchers. Ah, group leader can be heard scolding and dressing down the protesters for being sloppy and lacking coordination after as PD arrested 13 people for things like obstruction, resisting arrest and assaulting officers. We're also getting a better sense of how the group strategizes and prepares for a demonstration, the group leader says. They know the Seattle Police Department's understaffed and vulnerable, reminding marchers. They face zero consequences unless they commit a felony and have free rein on the streets. As long as they stayed disciplined and focused. James Watt, we've been hyping up. Everyone's like what you hear ready, but never shall we don't be Because you know what that allows them to do. Grab on. You know what that does way could start numbers getting arrested. Help anybody you don't Because now I got to go sit in front of the jail for my friends she handle don't have the resources we could only get arrested and forgive them. Well, if you do your research on how our coms handle things, we are understaffed, and I have expressed that you know that we aren't extreme level of staffing crisis. However, we are still making arrests, and it doesn't matter if it's for felony or misdemeanor. We are still going to make arrests when it comes to property damage. Assault Obstruction, Social Media post suggest the demonstration was planned to commemorate the one year anniversary of Briana Taylor's killing by police in Louisville, Kentucky. On Saturday evening. Police athe direct action marchers here in Seattle also vandalized the Starbucks store and broke windows on several businesses. Authorities say the 13 people arrested were released, but some could face potential charges. At another time. Dr. Oz has now met the man whose
March Madness Arrives: 68-Team Field Revealed
"Aa tournament. We'll be missing some notable teams sierras. We've been discussing today. Regulars taki duke and louisville did not make the field sixty eight this year. It's the first time since nineteen seventy six at all. Three schools have missed the tournament in the same year. Now louisville's a chance to make it if a team currently in the field fails to make cope with protocol. But obviously that's that's gonna be an outlier situation for them making it like they still didn't actually tournaments i. I'm very excited for the tournament. I love march madness and verse weekends. the best. it's the best friday saturday now. This year. It's friday saturday sunday. Money out there doing switched it up a little bit where it starts later. And they're all playing in in the same place as well. Obviously kobe changed. The first weekend is by far and away the best and now he's loved that there's one one team that makes a run everyone gets the learn about them and their school and their players. And i'm really excited for georgetown yuccas. Patrick ewing hit has not gone great so far and then they had a great tournament and the all. This is interesting. I love it citing basketball's legendary. I'm really excited for the
11 arrested at Los Angeles protest marking Breonna Taylor's death
"Rianna Taylor gets Shot in her house. That's bad. That's a that was a racist incident. It seems to me so there were marches over the weekend cause it's been a year if you can believe it since that whole thing took place. And there was some marches. So what happened in L. A. They Jennifer with the patrol car there and over. Some of these protestors lets the patrol car not necessarily ran over. They were jumped on by a lot of protesters. Okay, so misrepresentation by the news media haven't seen the video of it. I mean, two things can be true at the same time, right? But if you're jumping in front of a car or on a car That's a problem. But, yeah, there was a protest this weekend in l A. I think there was one in Oregon in Portland and in Seattle, Louisville, where this all took place. Yeah. Right. And so video, of course comes out and they showed police in riot gear. And so then people go nuts that the police were in right here. Well, that's because they were going into a riot 11 people were arrested, arrested five of them. He going to arrive was right. You have five of them were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer, which were more deadly weapons that were used in the capital Riot by the way, just as a society No. Yeah, you know, it's what? Yeah, Yeah. So there was a big to do about whether or not the LAPD handle do this in the right way. You know, I don't know what else you're supposed to do. I don't know if you just let people Oh, that hasn't worked. If you bring police in than that, you know, people go nuts about that. I don't know what you're supposed to do. Can't people If they're out there to protest Do it peacefully. Why does it always have to be about
Police make arrests amid downtown Seattle march
"Large group of people in Seattle last night on our streets here, Seattle police arresting 13 people after protesters dressed in black took to the streets. Members of the group broke windows and analyze the business of Second Avenue and Leonora windows were broken at the Starbucks march started about eight o'clock last night at Occidental Park. It began as a vigil for the one year anniversary of the death of Rianna Taylor, who was shot and killed by Louisville police. Arrest last night were for assault on an officer obstruction, pedestrian interference and resisting arrest of many of the streets downtown interrupted and traffic backed up, including at the Coleman ferry dock down on the waterfront, one of the
One year later, the fight continues for justice for Breonna Taylor
"Of Brie. Donna Teller's death, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said yesterday it's past time for a comprehensive policing reform. The New York Democrats said the Senate is working to pass the Justice in policing Act. Louisville Police shot and killed Rianna Taylor in her home last year on March 13th female construction worker is still in critical
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.
Breonna Taylor: Protest marks anniversary of police killing
"One year anniversary of the deadly police shooting of Briana Taylor, police or people are gathering in Louisville, Kentucky, to demand the charges be leveled against the police officers involved. The young black woman was shot to death in her home by police following a no knock entry that got them inside the wrong apartment.
Hundreds To Gather To Demand Justice For Breonna Taylor In Louisville 1 Year After Her Death
"Of Rianna Taylor will lead a march in Louisville today. Exactly. One year ago, Taylor was shot multiple times by police during a botched drug raided her apartment roadblocks and barricades all along these streets it to prevent traffic from getting in. Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher says it's to keep protesters and the city safe and peaceful this weekend. Reporter. Alton got bigger Fox TV affiliate Wdrb be in Louisville. No police officers were directly charged with her death.
"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust
"But he hasn't talked about the light rail. I'm probably going to end up. Like moving to louisville electing myself city council. Just so i can make this damn light rail happened. You heard it here. First boat for me. Twenty sixty three. That's not gonna. He don't know louisville city council. Has its own years. Well hopefully you learn something on our first. Historical episode and appropriately is lee is hometown. We're going to have more of these. Every few episodes where also season two were doing stories that we've had as well as like behind the scenes stuff so if you have a question for go onto us to answer on a behind. The scenes episode pleased the at practice. Wanderlust email contact at practice dot com. Which is like throwing them into a document and we're gonna do an faq episode at some point. You can also read our book how to quit your job and travel which has lots of questions that are answered like quit your job and travel for one for the first one and the second what was it like and third what is travel and forth but where travel. We did a whole thing on that. We're not gonna do much about it. But you should book by because i wrote it. It's long isn't working very hard on the book. She's got bloody fingers. I wasn't gonna say bloody bloodiest gross. I was just gonna say they hurt real bad. Remember that halloween lake the chainsaw. Yeah i remember how the halloween story that we heard. It was like the book on tape about right. Just telling like a personal anecdote on our podcast. This entire podcast is personal anecdote. We're just going to leave that one. It doesn't it's not entertaining enough to explain to you. I'm sorry sorry everybody z. next time..
"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust
"Lock them up and camp straight and louisville was like no. Those are our citizens and we're going to protect them and at the time we had a red governor and he said oh well we'll just cut funding to all your schools so your teachers aren't going to get paid. We're going to cut all this funding right. You're not gonna be able to make money when louisville's able to like it's how they have like fucking money right they can be like nah. It's fine. we have conventions we had the derby like we have the like bourbon. Distilleries like people are coming here and spending their money and that means we can use that money to reinvest in our school so we're going to protect our citizens. They don't quite have enough of that like they kind of do but they don't really and so. I think that louisville can really become a place where that tourism money and also the money from the industries that we have in louisville a lot of which does come from the bourbon industry. But i really think tourism is a big place where we can have an impact. And that's part of why. I spend so much time talking about lethal hyping it up like talking about on blog because if you go and you spend that money in louisville and you spend it at black businesses and you spend it at locally owned places that money is getting reinvested in the community and louisville is a beautiful wonderful and progressive place with its problems that needs to be fixed but it is a place where it's worth it to go and invest that money in and it is so important any red state that has a little dot of blue and a city of blue. That is so important so a lot of the places that are talk about savannah. Georgia you know places like that It's a similar kind of issue. So i'd like to see louisville become a center of tourism and the city that people wanna go visit. I'd like to see how like food tours and walking tours and things like that..
"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast
"They're held to justice and the attorney. General has not really been doing that much. So it's such a complicated and it is a developing situation. But when you hear beyond a taylor. I want you to know that what happens to her. In many ways does reflect this really ugly dark racist history of louisville. The legal that. I know and the reason why i wanted to do a podcast episode talking about my hometown. Louisville is a progressive place. It is a place that always votes blue. Even when the rest of kentucky is voting read it is a place that is lgbtq friendly. It is a place that is a haven for the arts. It's the place that self identifies as a sanctuary for immigrants and refugees. Even though you kind of have to get permission like it's not like like an actual title because you have to get that from the state and usually the kentucky governor is not democratic right. Now he is anyway that's a tangent but itself in. Nfl is as a sanctuary and it is really a welcoming and loving place but it has a very dark and ugly History of racism and segregation. That for a long time needed to be corrected. And i'm i'm choosing to be optimistic. That this is the moment that we will finally tackle that project together and move forward and become a place where it's not just an acknowledged truth that everything west of a certain street is where the black people live. Like i don't want that for the future level that that i like my hometown that i love so much i want it to be a much more progressive place. So that's that's my hope. So what do you think it'll take for that to happen. I mean i start. Y'all could vote out. Mitch mcconnell although less than always votes against mitch. Mcconnell the gerrymandering. We can't we can't get that blue. Vote to count for very much. It's so frustrating..
"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust
"I mean we live in a post racial society. Mlk solved racism. Desegregation efforts in the seventies were met with fury from many white legal residents in response to busing which was an approach that schools took to basically desegregate by bringing black children from certain neighborhoods and bussing them into white schools in other neighborhoods to like help like integrate. So white students ended up attacking buses of black students with bricks starting. Fires and organizing rallies. The mayor of the time to the urban renewal plans were to drive black people from downtown to prevent it from becoming as he puts it a black belt so weird terminology. Louisville has since embraced integration on paper. I would say. I pretty much. Most of the people that you'll meet in louisville that are talking about redlining. This kind of thing would definitely identify as progressive and as anti racism and anti redlining and that kind of thing but it's been embedded in louisville for so long i mean literally it's in the streets. There are certain streets leading into small town out. That are all one way because it makes it that you can't get in or out easily. It's like the entire town is designed to be racist and so even though now sentiment has changed there is so much work to be done to undo all of that i mean the effects of previous segregation ordinances and redlining linger today. Like you said like the west end still lack proper grocery store buses from that have a townhouse to take these roundabout routes which means the west westerners have to sit on transit longer. Ones actually use the public transportation and that deters them from looking for jobs in like the more upscale eastern. Because they're like. I don't want to be on a bus for two hours. Really are public transportation lacking basic city services are passed down the line as like the west end of the us. And we'll get to it. We'll get to it and the area has just released and underserved. And there's just like a whole stigma around the neighborhood ray even those like how like quote unquote like woke people. I talked about who self identify as being anti racism they're still like sketched out by the west end. They'll say that it's dangerous. Even parts of town like old level which is a beautiful area. One of my favorite neighborhoods in louisville. It has some like halfway houses. And because when you're walking around in old louisville he you'll see like non white people a lot of people who wouldn't identify as racist will say like oh..
"louisville" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast
"The urban renewal plans were to drive black people from downtown to prevent it from becoming as he puts it a black belt so weird terminology. Louisville has since embraced integration on paper. I would say. I pretty much. Most of the people that you'll meet in louisville that are talking about redlining. This kind of thing would definitely identify as progressive and as anti racism and anti redlining and that kind of thing but it's been embedded in louisville for so long i mean literally it's in the streets. There are certain streets leading into small town out. That are all one way because it makes it that you can't get in or out easily. It's like the entire town is designed to be racist and so even though now sentiment has changed there is so much work to be done to undo all of that i mean the effects of previous segregation ordinances and redlining linger today. Like you said like the west end still lack proper grocery store buses from that have a townhouse to take these roundabout routes which means the west westerners have to sit on transit longer. Ones actually use the public transportation and that deters them from looking for jobs in like the more upscale eastern. Because they're like. I don't want to be on a bus for two hours. Really are public transportation lacking basic city services are passed down the line as like the west end of the us. And we'll get to it. We'll get to it and the area has just over police and underserved. And there's just like a whole stigma around the neighborhood ray even those like how like quote unquote like woke people. I talked about who self identify as being anti racism they're still like sketched out by the west end. They'll say that it's dangerous. Even parts of town like old level which is a beautiful area. One of my favorite neighborhoods in louisville. It has some like halfway houses. And because when you're walking around in old louisville he you'll see like non white people a lot of people who wouldn't identify as racist will say like oh..
"louisville" Discussed on Practical Wanderlust
"Split in kentucky on either side of the civil war and they kind of made it sound like we're neutral like switzerland. But maybe that's just. Because i grew up in louisville. And we don't talk about the rest of kentucky. They like to kind of gloss over many citizens of label those still harboured confederate sentiments after the end of the war americans clinging to confederate sentiments refusing to tear down the flag erecting monuments. And in this country in twenty twenty but possibly for that level was the first city to enact the secret ballot in the us. They can hide their fucked up politics and secret sure that nobody will ever come public with their hateful. Beliefs of course after the war legal up their game in terms of non fucked up industry. It continued shipping bourbon and tobacco. But there were some new attractions. Yes so during the war. J frederick heidrick hiller eric yes so during the war j frederick. Hillary started a woodshop in the city. He was a german immigrant. Whose son bud played amateur. Baseball frederick himself did not care for baseball but he was a supportive father. Well i do stand support a father's together. They made a new bat from white ash. For local pro. pete browning after they saw a bat in game when browning i used about in the game he delivered three hits and he continued to use that bat it later gained the iconic nickname the louisville slugger shit and then louisville slugger became a pro baseball team. Right know that the disappointment explains a lot. Actually louisville has also been a major player in healthcare. Historically it seems to have started in the early nineteen hundreds of the construction of waverly hills sanatorium. A place to treat to berkey loses patients. Man sanatoriums always sounded. They're going to be haunted but then they're like never are We're really hills is hot.
"louisville" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"They've already been prison. Great be in prison. All right. Well, thanks for all you're doing. Please send our best for you know eventually he will be free, but it's taken way too long. It's sad. It shouldn't happen. This is the United States of America. It's happening here eight, hundred, nine, four, one Sean if you. WanNa be a part of the program. All right. Let's get to our phones here as we say, Hi to win. These and Kansas Wendy you're on the Sean Hannity show thanks for your patience. No problem I just wanted to say in regards to John Taylor situation as tragic as it really is the one person that we don't ever blame is the boyfriend and how do you not committed a crime and how to warrant for his arrest no police would have been there. No shots would've been fired and she would not be. So. You know look I I understand it stills a mistake that we can have happened and Wendy what I. Mean by that this is a two and a half month undercover investigation, which is what police do. It's dangerous for apparently a lot of surveillance had taken place and and we explained in great detail. The USA Today article is to the former boyfriend. What Israel was him using Brianna Taylor's address there should be yes. More anger directed. Towards that individual when it wasn't his address, you know the boyfriend I I kinda understand from his perspective he didn't know what was happening and somebody breaks in the house. It was a no knock entry legal entry by the police he the first fires at the police police then as the Attorney General of of Kentucky said have been the right to defend themselves and it just this poor innocent woman who seems to. Have devoted her life to service of others and healing of others. Is is killed in all of this. It is heart wrenching to hear it and I. Want all of that, but he would not have committed a crime and that would ever it would just be nothing would be if you would not have committed a crime I firstly. I mean. I just don't WanNa get into the idea. It is just very, very precise dangerous work all of it and is not going to be perfection ever. But they've got to do that. We can do better. We always need to pursue I. always say that more perfect a more perfect union more perfect police wore perfect justice more perfect economy more perfect. You know uniting of people..
"louisville" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"On law and order these speak loudly to me, his his efforts to redirect funds has police become the enemy him not ever saying supportive word of the Police Kamala Harris her words found chilling beware. This is not gonNA stop and supporting the de-fund effort and you know the Nobel movement letting you know people out of jail with no bail I'm these are all pretty radical ideas that I think will contribute to an environment that is not safe and secure for any kid any place, any town, any city, and he neighborhood. Everyone agrees that the chaos over the last six months has been frightening to America and the polls are shifty for trump throughout throughout the early polls I'm killing American public fed up with this wall. Isn't it too? Often there is shot yesterday Louisville and they also realize for Black American. Trump. has done things for Black American low on employment first step opportunities zone I. Mean if there if tangible and people can see it and I'll tell you right now that the concern of safety and law and order the Democrats put that as a number one issue because they have allow violence and crime go on in these democratic cities and tell you people based on what I'm hearing people are resonating. Donald. Trump especially, people of color final point. Hispanic numbers are shockingly high in Florida for Trump and barriers. Black myself no one is planning thoroughly. You'll throughout we'll be voting for Republicans I am because of the democratic. Chat. I'm. GonNa. Say Goodbye to all three of you. Thank you all Burgess Owens. Thank you. Good luck in the fourth, Congressional District Utah Horace. Thank you Leo Terell. Thank you. You know I wanNA play. Just remind people going out of the segment, the protesters, what they set on the street and what Comma Harissa said and Biden has said you decide in forty days. This is what we're the most extreme. Party radical ideas of a mainstream so-called party never been this insanely radical listen. You may be listening. were. Surplus. Military equipment for law enforcement, they don't need.
"louisville" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"You want to be a part of the program. We'll get back to our panel here in just a second. Let's go to the the Kentucky AG. Daniel. Cameron, now we've played yesterday repeatedly the charges against the police and the Briana Taylor case I won't go back and play that but then he said the following about what the charges mean each count means and officers how he says were justified remember. They went into the house. BRIANNA tellers boyfriend a legal weapon thought it was a break it. He he shot and hit one of the three police officers police fired back. We've gone over this in detail all day yesterday. I won't repeat that but let's just go to the A G of Kentucky after hearing the evidence from our team of prosecutors. The grand jury voted to return an indictment against detective Hankinson for three counts of wanton endangerment for wantonly placing the three individuals in apartment three endanger. Of serious physical injury or death. The charge one endangerment in the first degree is a Class D felony. And if found guilty, the accused of up to five years for each count. Kentucky law states that a person is guilty of wanton endangerment in the first degree when under circumstances manifesting in strenght difference to the value of human life, he wantonly engages in conduct which creates a substantial danger of death. Or series physical injury to another person. My Office is prepared to prove these charges at trial. However. It's important to note that he is presumed innocent. Until proven guilty. Our investigation show. In the grand jury agreed mattingly in Cosgrove. Justified in the return of deadly fire. After having been fired upon by Kenneth Walker Let me state that again. According to Kentucky Law. The use of force by mattingly and Cosgrove was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Brianna Taylor's death. That was from yesterday and here's the most chilling. Now, we've gone over Joe Biden police become the enemy. He said it all would you consider redirecting funds to other areas? Of course, I'd reconsider redirecting funds remember they didn't bring up the issue of safety security law order. At all during the Democratic National Convention, they didn't bring it up at all. Kamala Harris we already know she's four the defunding effort. She praise the mayor of Los Angeles Garcetti when he cut one hundred and fifty million dollars from the LAPD budget, she also was tweeting out support for the bail fund for people in Minneapolis that the police had gone through the difficult trial of arresting those with that more involved in anarchy and disruption and violence that was going on at the time she she's supporting the no bail idea that is not working in the state of New York..
"louisville" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"In the American Way Horace Cooper this now is like a cancer and spreading all around the country. Well, absolutely there's a cancer spreading, but as a cancer that is attempting to overturn the amazing idea of America this idea of the rule of law and this idea of citizen being equal before the law. Through out the civil rights era. In fact, you can go right up to the post civil war period, and you see how minorities who happen to be black suffer when the mob is allowed to run free. One of the critical chievements of our civil rights effort was to end the idea that at any point, your rights, your privileges, your property ownership was subjected to the vagaries of the mob. We went back to our regional. American. Idea that the government isn't looking at one citizen and favoring one over the other. What we're being asked to do now is throw that all away. I will tell you minorities every American has Something to lose, but minorities have the most to lose. We expecially benefit from the rule of law and equality before the law no I. I'm watching this and Leo we've gone over this. We you and I discussed yesterday detail is a civil rights attorney. Somebody that has has has taken lawsuits to to police when when you have bad apples over the years and you had the grand jury process the rules are very strict by the way in before grand jury to get an indictment, you're only hearing from from the prosecution the fence does not get to put on a defense you need nine of twelve to reach the indictment. What was said about the Attorney General in in Louisville or I'm sorry in Kentucky was a disgrace over there at MS DNC. The he presented that grand jury with every possible option I won't go through all the details that we did yesterday in the Briana Taylor case but they be presented them with every option imaginable and these are the charges for this officer based on what nine of twelve grand jurors would agree to..
"louisville" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"One year old can be shot in a stroller at a park in New York City which happened and and Lawrence Jones interviewed the father and grandmother an eight year old beautiful girl in Atlanta mom makes a wrong turn into a chop chaz autonomous zone there and and shots fired this little girl dies in the back of her mom's car a seven year old beautiful girl. In Chicago, she's killed in the nineteen year old horse Lorenzo. Anderson Junior as father pouring is how a heart out on national TV on my show and this is just the tip of the iceberg over three thousand cops now injured about forty five cops now dead around the country nationwide. From this year Leo Terell is with US Civil Rights Attorney Talk Show host at the Leo Terell Twitter Horace Hooper's with US legal commentator co-chair of the Black Leadership Network project-21 as a book coming out trump is making black America. Great again, Burgess Owens Front of the program former NFL superstar part of the nineteen eighty super bowl winning raiders, and by the way is now a candidate for Utah's fourth Congressional district and can win. That race of YOU'RE IN UTAH listening to Rot arquette's K. N R s thank you all for being with us Leo. You know I watched what happened last night to cop shot. We saw a u haul early in the day and a lot of the signs were made water bottles distributed shields. We have shields they're screaming that were obviously there are a lot of planning went into what happened yesterday in Louisville Sean I'll pay right now. I'm really scared for this country. If we don't get president trump reelected, I'll tell you why because law and order is number one obligation of government and those democratic cities have abandoned it. But when you look at what happened last night, not only in Louisville with two officers shot but protests around this country and Democrats looking the other way Combo here basically what the audiotape basically endorsing this. Our countries is risk from a safety standpoint if these individuals Democrats are putting off and we cannot let that happen. So this is a message to the entire country if the safety and the security of America's steak right now found, let me be clear the lawyer someone who has handled these types of. The District Attorney General in the grand jury. Got It. Right. The Rana Tiller murder what unfortunate it was horrible. It was an accident it was a mistake, but you cannot charge these two officers with self defense you they have a self defense argument because they were fired a pot and it's very important that we learned yesterday we learn more facts than what we knew six last six months that a civilian heard these officers are now their present. So when you look at the totality of all these facts that David, Cameron Ambi, grand jury, got it right and one..
"louisville" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Press conference offensive and let me just speak to this whole celebrity influence things while they can't speak for Kentucky. Kentucky's let me say this is a black woman. He does not speak for black bolts he skin but he Is. Not. Kinfolk. And so just like he thinks they can't speak for Kentucky because he's up there with the black face he does not speak for all of us. This was not a tragedy. This was a murder. He should be ashamed of himself a few weeks They're not they're not gonNA stop and that's their. This is a movement I'm telling you they're. Not GonNa stop and everyone beware because they're not going to stop it is gonNA. They're not gonNA stop before Election Day November and they're not gonNA stop after Election Day and that should be everyone should take note of that on both levels that this isn't they're not gonNA let up and they should not that last cut is commonly Harris, they're not gonNA. Stop. They're not gonNA stop before the election the not gonNA stop after the election how how are we doing that other than okay we've got we played the the audio we'll show you tonight police shot in Louisville two of them. Yeah. We have body CAM footage. Now release We had an incident in Tampa Florida we have a couples out there dining. Tampa Bay Times reporter you know literally videotaping just goes up sits down with the couple and and woman tries to excuse me this table. If you don't mind I ought to knock your old ass boyfriend the f. out the man threatened and derided the woman is a wild Karen in natural effing habitat and these images. Now, Kamala Harris on this is not going to stop is. Not, going to stop shooting the COPS in this country we're not gonNA when not GonNa stop what the arson, the anarchy, the looting, the shootings, the attacks, the bottles, the bricks of Molotov cocktails the frozen water bottles that canes the bats, the hockey sticks the knives. The guns were not none of this is going to stop why don't you if you want to lead wanted you say This needs to stop we need to re restore law and order and safety and security that Liberal Democrats and liberal cities for decades have been unwilling to do, and now it's on a mass scale and I do give credit to the governor of C- of Kentucky last night for calling up the National Guard getting the help of the president as did Minneapolis where yes, they restored. Order as they did in Kenosha Wisconsin as they did in Washington DC which they have not done in New York they have not done in. SEATTLE. They've not done in Portland or a lot of other big cities. Now we've got this going on in Louisville, but order is going to be restored We know how to do it. We know how to do it. It's not fun. Have Nonlethal. Methods tear gas and pepper spray to disperse crowds it works but you have to have the proper manpower people properly trained Well, I don't know I mean Biden came Biden campaign is up of the new sixty second ad featuring African American man in a barbershop talking about Biden's plan for ending cash bail Okay. Is is is that the answer? How well is that worked out for New York City? Not Well at all, we're going to take the whole hour because we're talking about life and death here law and order and safety and security of you don't have that one fundamental thing. Then how does any American pursue happiness if a?.
"louisville" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"These are just crazy times. We're living very dangerous times. That we're living in. Anyway, so what could derail Biden in this debate is I I don't think Biden can keep his focus if somebody starts asking tough questions. The problem is what happens in these debates is the become joint press conferences. You ask a question you're not allowed to interrupt. There's going be a fine line to all of this but I think Joe you know. If, if he's ask tough questions going to have a hard time answering a lot of them at least coherently. Eight hundred nine, four, one, Sean if you WANNA be a part of the program. Is Anyone GonNa as anyone in the media New York Times ABC NBC CBS because they they haven't covered the report by Senator Ron Johnson and Charles Grassley, could you imagine if this was Donald Trump Foreign money flowing one hundred, Biden all these all these wire transfers of people that are Russian. Citizens Ukrainian citizens all this all this back room deals with Ukraine Russia and China. It's chilling..
"louisville" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"I think it's obvious. No schedule of events you know as of nine thirty, this morning, the ninth day in September, the Democratic nominee will not be on the campaign trail they call the lid, which means you will not hear from us for the rest of the day. Events travel schedule for the rest of the day. ellipoid usually means the campaign will not conduct any press conferences or dispense press releases. He's as answer less than one hundred questions. Joe Biden. And also Kamala Harris no public events scheduled. You know so more than a few reporters quick to note the democratic nominees schedule stands in stark contrast to the ever at the energizer Bunny President Donald Trump increasing travel in recent weeks to in two rallies day. Thursday alone, the president is going to be North Carolina Them Flying Jacksonville Florida? For another rally. By. The way mailed in ballots were found in tossed in a ditch in Wisconsin. Patterns that's going on here Fox eleven reporting that one of the county's of the Sheriff said that the trays were found in a ditch early this morning. And the male was found near the intersection highways ninety six and see be near the appleton international airport was turned over to the postal service. The postal inspection service immediately began investigating. And they've reserve further comment till it's complete it fight law for finding ballots and ditches now. You know a lot his you know this is what I expect. You know what? Look at what we've heard since a vacancy on the Supreme Court we can impeach the president every day if we want for any reason. We're going to stack the courts. We have to. We have to burn the system down the mob supporting all of this. That will will end the electoral college will stack the courts with as many justices we want. We'll get rid of the legislative filibuster. Scary Times remember I think it was back in July Comma Heresay, you better get used to it on the violence going to happen. It's not going to stop listening what she had to say. They're not gonNA stop and that's they're not. This is a movement I'm telling you. They're not gonNA stop and everyone beware because they're not gonNA stop it is GonNa they're not gonNA stop before Election Day November, and they're not gonNA stop after Election Day and that should be everyone should take note of that on both levels that this isn't they're not gonNA let up and they should not and we should not. Not Going to let up and they should not. We're not gonNA give away that was in June. Well, nobody's lead up have they. We had to cops killed in Louisville last.
"louisville" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"But I'm hearing it's a lot more that you can't trust Steal Hillary. It's unverified and Hillary paid for it which they never told the Pfizer court and that was to spy on then candidate trump. Then after the election during the transition spying is still ongoing. Well. Then Komi goes to see trump a trump tower has that private pull aside meeting there's a dossier, it's salacious. It's unverified the opposite of what he swore to in the Pfizer warm back in. October. Now, what my understanding then before we got the second warrant, a third warrant all signed by James Komi but they knew that the sub source and early January that sub source of Christopher Steele. THINK WE'RE GONNA learn today that that person has ties deep ties to the Russian government that were known for over a decade is what my sources are now beginning to tell me, we'll have further evidence improved by the time we get on Hannity Nine eastern tonight it is beyond. Repugnant and reprehensible and I don't know what the FBI Director Ray is doing. I really you know this is so sad to me. You've got the world's Premier Law Enforcement Organization I always say the ninety nine percent I bought made that distinction clear for almost four years now. On this program and he is he is barely lifted a finger to get the truth out and clean up the premier organization and restore. It's it's it's properly earned reputation and integrity. Against the the top echelon that abused power and more corrupt. Now, Jim Jordan pressed the FBI director on the hundred Biden investigation demanding to know answers yesterday the from director a, you know what step says, the bureau taken related one hundred Biden's business dealings which we went into great detail on this program yesterday and last night on TV and Ron Johnson was amazing on television last night, and in terms of explaining the intricacy in the deep dive in and how everybody knew warnings were given. They were ignored at how Joe Biden himself was put himself in a compromising position, but it wasn't just Ukraine it was CASICK's than it was Russia. It was China the amount of money going to nationals in, for example. From Hunter Biden back and forth the wiring funds you know ending up in the hands in dealing with Russian oligarch and Ukrainian oligarchs. It is breath taking an eighty seven page devastating beatdown and exposure in terms of how compromise Joe Biden convey forty days out of an election. What is the mob do and a collective on they ignore they don't talk about it too busy talking about we got to burn the system down some of these cable news channels and then when they called out on that the next thing they. So I, didn't really mean I was taken out of context they weren't taken out of context. Let's be honest. That's what you meant. I'm not the person that's going to say fire and and you know evolve in a boycott. That's what the left does to silence voices I. let everybody here. Say they want. You know, but it's scary. What's going on out there anyway, Jordan top a Republican House Judiciary Committee pending a letter to turn director Ray. We right to ask what investigative steps fanny the FBI has taken in response to this information..
"louisville" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"APP or wherever you get your podcasts. Patience is running thin in Louisville as we fight for justice for Briana Taylor activists and families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and George Floyd were all in attendance at the Briana Con-. That's what they're calling it Brianna con event. This is a four day event. It's filled with just things to lift of the Louisville community while fighting for justice for Briana Taylor. Good trouble is on the way in the words of the late Congressman John Lewis because yesterday more than sixty four protesters were arrested as they sat on an overpass because it has been more than. One hundred and sixty days since Brianna Taylor an MT and inspiring nurse was killed. In her own home as three plainclothes, Louisville police officers shot and killed her during a botched. No knock warrant raid. Yeah Last Night Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron spoke at the Republican National Convention Okay you're doing all of this, but you can't set a time line for this investigation I mean really. means. So long the time line is always to get to story trait straight try to minimize the damage. That's all this is as nothing else to CS. Months one, hundred, sixty days as five months absolutely at. It don't take this long to do nothing nothing nothing nothing nothing. Five. MONTHS, we've been get the story what happened to Brianna, Taylor and is and he won't even set. Line Unlimited Yourself. You can become a police officer, fascinating fascinating colds and investigation on each of. You can go to the police academy complete train and go to the school had a graduation get your gun. Before do finish up police investigation you can be. Damn. Cop. You can get a badge and a licensed to kill people before they do an investigation on you. Did you see? People that went to the Attorney General's home in Kentucky they older white people they peacefully protest at. Them how resting them but you arrest them immediately right you can arrest them but you can't arrest in doing investigation on the people that killed Brianna Tyler right. The law is not on our side when it comes to, it's just not what are used to think was just a few bad police officers. I have now changed. It is a lot more bad police officers than we thought because it keeps happening far too frequently. It's just more than we thought. Yeah. All right coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour we're going to keep fighting for justice More Jacob Blake who was shot of course in Kenosha Wisconsin Sunday night we'll talk about that right after this you're listening to. Morning. Show..
"louisville" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Louisville's home bill well three the good the the the way thing and go wrong good the and in view one yeah oh tweet now liberal b oh god the the they've.