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"louisville police department" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on KGO 810

"Or they were never consulted, which is just no no, no, he said, he said, and it's names the actual postal inspector, This is not someone from the Postal inspector's office. Some anonymous source someone who's well informed he's named and what he said was she was she did not receive suspicious packages. She was not a recipient of suspicious packages. Which tells me that you know, they should take that into consideration. They were going on. Apparently, some of their surveillance where the guy they were after was carrying things out of her apartment. And they made some sort of a present shin that she was receiving the contraband and then holding it for him to come and receive Now she had broken up with this guy. She was now living with a different person She had broken up with. This guy had no relationship, but he was a bad guy. And so her boyfriend who fired the shot, he said. From the get go, he said. We thought it might be him trying to break into the apartment. They were fearful that it might be him. The boyfriend, also early on, said that he had fired a warning shot. He only shot once There was not a gun battle. He fired once and then that the bullet that went into the thigh of the police officer, according to what's his name? Crump, Ben Crump. According to him, He's got the ballistics report and he said. Ballistics said that they could not determine it was indeterminate. Tabor are whatever the word is. They used whether that bullet actually came out of Kenneth Walker's gun. And yet what he presented with the A G presented to the public and may have presented to the grand jury was that ballistics show that it did come from his gun. It is possible that the guy was shot with friendly fire that he did shoot first. Kenneth Walker did shoot first. And then there's the whole thing about the, you know, Defend yourself Law in Kentucky, you have every right to defend yourself. Police officers have a right to defend themselves if somebody shoots first. But the law apparently in Kentucky is quite specific that you don't have the right to harm a third party and Briana Taylor was the third party and she was killed. She was the on ly person. Who was who was shot by the police. Those are all excellent points. All I was saying about the postal inspector was. There's some doubt. The Postal inspector says he was never contacted by the Metro Police Department, which makes you wonder who did contact him wasn't contacted at all. But someone asked him to do a male cover. Hey, didn't look her mail for no reason. He looked at her mail to see whether she had gotten mail or contraband from this guy. Because this guy the former boyfriend did intend to send it to her address. But it turns out there was no follow through. Nothing ever was sent to her address for him. And if the Postal inspector knew that, and he did, why didn't Metro police I ask that question of him regarding the shots. You know the main thing that way, but the Postal inspector had said that he reported it to the Louisville Police Department. He reported it to them. So I don't know who asked the question, But this it sounds to me like there are a lot of lives being told by the police and potentially by the attorney general about this case, and that may be one of them because the postal inspector said that he reported it in January to the Louisville Police Department. Which makes you wonder? Well, that as they say, there's a discrepancy about that. There are so many different reports. And of course, it's the job of the prosecutor to clear up those discrepancies and to make it very clear to the grand jury, which was not done in this case, and you do wonder why it was determined in January by the Postal inspector that he was not using her address. There was no other reason. To search her place in March. And why wasn't the judge who issued that magistrate told that the other thing the thing that most people know about this case and that I think determines the view of a lot of people about this case is that well, after all, Walker's shot first, and the cops have a right to shoot back. But it's true that this was just a warning shot shot into the ground. And this is not the bullet right or fragment that hit the officer, but it was friendly fire that hit the officer. On that thing. It needs to be determined. There needs to be more ballistic tests. They need to get to the bottom of it. I prosecuted one of these cases as a prosecutor where someone had killed the postal carrier actually had a lot of cases for the post office. When I was a federal prosecutor, somebody killed the local friendly. Postal carrier on her around and I prosecuted convicted murderer of first degree murder in federal court, but the postal inspectors and the cops when they want to get to the bottom of things like ballistics. Firing angles, all that kind of stuff, So it's just remarkable. And this hope 15 hours of tape in front of the grand jury really raises a lot more questions than it answers. Unfortunately, there's an interesting thing that I'm looking. I'm looking at the courier journal there, reporting there listening to the tapes, and then they're reporting on this on an ongoing basis they posted at one o'clock this afternoon our time. That an investigator with Attorney General's Department of Criminal Investigations said that he interviewed l m p d detective miles cause Grove. He said that he was one of the people who was supposed to be serving the search warrant. His job was to monitor the exterior of the building to look for signs of any activity inside, he said. As he stood in the breezeway. He heard l m p d sergeant Jonathan Mattingly knock on the door like a pizza guy, like a normal person would knock on the door not to vibrate the house. A neighbor from an above apartment unit then came outside and cause Grove heard a hostile yelling back and forth between the A burr in Hankinson, Cosgrove said. The neighbor said something like leave her alone and there's a girl in there. I think that's what you were talking about. He said he remembered hearing the word girl. He explained that the team had been told there was a girl in apartment and he thought that's good for us. Then he said he heard his colleagues start to knock with forceful pounding on the door while yelling police search warrant. What we always say is what he said. And he said that it went on for at least 90 seconds, and he started getting worried and uncomfortable that they were at this doorway too long. I don't know that that changes anything because I think I think they're all I think they're lying. You know, it's it's hard to say after the fact but I think they're lying. There been so many discrepancies about what the police have stated. And then what? The facts the facts that have actually been revealed, and and it sounds like David, I've got to take a break..

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The Breonna Taylor Case Must Be Reopened Immediately

The Breakdown with Shaun King

07:32 min | 2 months ago

The Breonna Taylor Case Must Be Reopened Immediately

"A whole lot has come to the light over the past forty, eight hours in. What we call the Briana Taylor case you know there's a part of me. That gets frustrated that we even call it the Briana Taylor case because a lot of ways. We should name it after the officers should name it after. Miles Cosgrove and bread, Hankinson and others. But we've learned a lot over the past two to three days and we're scheduled to learn a whole lot more tomorrow and what I really conclude as that this case is not over. It's it's not over just practically speaking there's a lot more to learn about it. But it's also not over from a prosecution standpoint and accountability standpoint. These officers particularly the two officers who shot and killed Brianna Taylor who were not charged. Those officers and many other people who were involved in this case from those who approve the warrant to those who falsified the warrant and everybody else up and down the chain who could be held responsible and accountable here there's a lot more work to do I I want to thank the team at vice news over the past couple of years. there have been a lot of complaints about the work conditions advice and even the low level of pay advice, and even a a culture of sexual harassment advice. And I know several people who have now just recently relatively recently started working there after all of these things came out. And you know they've said that the company is on a path to doing so much better and that's good news because we need. Credible fearless new sources involved in cases like this, and we also want them to to have a certain ethical standard and so congratulations to the team advice for the work they've been doing over the past few weeks. I I literally think they could win awards for this work. They Were the first people to get. Hours and hours of body camera footage from the scene. Now, we were always told that no police officers who were involved in the shooting of Taylor had body cameras. Now, we're literally and a lot of ways just forced to take their word for it. What we do know now though is that. Multiple officers had body cameras on when they arrived after the shooting and the team advice they have obtained and released. A good a good amount of that footage and it's Deeply insightful and incredibly problematic. We see several things in that footage including. Violations of policy. One thing we see is officer Bread Hankinson. After he has participated in the shooting violates a policy that almost every major police department in America has he then reenters the crime scene. This man was just involved in the shooting. And the Louisville Police Department has a policy that when you have fired your weapon and there's a crime scene, you're not allowed to reenter that crime scene. You are not allowed to participate in that investigation. It is a a major conflict of interest and he's not just there. He's asking people whose bullet is this WHO's bullet? Is that like he's in there we have no idea. How many times did he going there before someone had their body camera on did he change anything that we don't know what we do know is that he violated a policy that everybody in that department was aware of, and we we know this nice because officers have since been interviewed about about whether or not they're aware of this policy. But that officers there on the scene. Are telling him. You have to get out of here. And not only that you hear that in the body camera footage from multiple people saying two different officers you shouldn't be here right now. It was an obvious policy again though these men thought they were above policy. Again from how the the warrant was obtained to how they executed it. These men were were constantly. Going up against clear department policy, which shows not only frame of mind but shows just how they really saw themselves as above the law. Not, only that. We learned just yesterday that before the raid it was a no knock warrant raid where they for anybody who said they were they were not let into the home they broke into the home in the middle of the night. we now know that multiple officers raised red flags about the validity of the raid before it even happened. and. That's the right. Now one they never splits be clear. They never spoke up about this. We only know that officers were raising red flags about this raid on Brianna his apartment remember. Brianna was not a drug dealer quick quick to BS. There are no drugs in her home. Her Boyfriend Kenny was not a drug dealer and anybody who sang otherwise is lying neither Kenny nor Brianna had a criminal record. They. Committed no crimes. There was no evidence of crimes. There was no shadow of evidence of crimes there in in the apartment period point blank dot com there were no drugs there there. There was no illegal contraband or anything else in in their apartment in you know my position is even if such a thing was found in anyone's apartment, it truly does not warrant the danger that people are put in with these. No knock warrants. That's why the city of Louisville has now banned him. But we now have learned that multiple officers before the no knock raid, and after the no knock raid raise red flags about it.

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"louisville police department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:07 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I want to bring in Reverend Dr Susan Frederick Gray from the First Unitarian Church, which was Quite a scene last night. Reverend Frederick Gray, are you there? I am. Welcome. I'm Terry Miners. Glad to have you here on the spur of the moment. I just sent you an email a few minutes ago. Yeah. Glad to talk with you, Terry. Thank you. Okay. And Haley's also here so she may have questions as well. Please first set up the scene from last night. How is it that your church became the sanctuary for many of the protesters? Well, let me clarify. I am the president of our Unitarian Universalist denomination to the first Unitarian Church of Louisville is one of our congregation We have. Thank you. So I'm the I'm the denominational head of the faith. Thank you for the clarification. So can you fill in the blanks for me there on how you became the epicenter of Louisville's protest last night? Absolutely well on. I'm really inspired by the leadership of the First Unitarian Church and they were in touch with me last night, not been supporting them and in solidarity with them throughout today, But the first Unitarian Church opened its doors and sanctuary and welcomed people who are engaged in nonviolent direct action to demand justice for Briana Taylor. And then the Louisville Police Department. A caged the protester shut down the exit of the church and wouldn't let people leave and an attempt I believe to intimidate. The church community and that is an affront to our religious freedom and our freedom to gather and worshipful face and our religious home. Our sanctuary and As well as an affront to the constitutional right of people and citizens and Louisville to protest and demand redress for injustice. So can can you tell me? Did the police open the doors of the church and then try to move people Are you talking about moving them off the property that the church owns the grounds around it. No, they actually didn't try to remove people. My understanding is that few people were arrested as they were making their way into the church towards the church. May I think, even one of your state representative I was arrested. But then what happened is that the police surrounded the church and would not let people leave. People were both inside the church and in front of the church around the church property, and the police were not letting them leave to go back to their cars to go back home. They weren't arresting anyone. They were just kind of saying You're staying here until we let you go. So, Yeah, I like you were saying you maybe intimidation tactics. I didn't think it was intimidation tactics and they did While they weren't arresting people they were detaining them. Right. We're holding them caging them, not letting them leave. You know that your churches in close proximity to our main library here windows are broken, They said a flair A little flare was thrown through there. As in arson, So I think that's why the police perhaps were involved in that general vicinity. So I don't know how it all connected up with with your particular church. But clearly you're right on the on the constitutional front. The church is a sanctuary and that becomes a barrier for The police until they would get clearance. Ultimately, though, I think weren't people allowed to leave about 11 o'clock last night, and then they were allowed to move on to their vehicles or their mode of transportation to go elsewhere. It is my understanding that after they were detained and held and unable to leave for a couple of hours that yes. Eventually the police did disperse and allowed for folks to safely return home. You know, I think what's really important to remember is that It is a very troubling sign when our churches have to focus on providing sanctuary for people because the police and governmental leaders those who are supposed to be in charge of public safety and caring for citizens are actually putting people in jail in danger and failing to keep people's face. Is because police failed to keep Rianna Taylor safe and that the larger system of accountability failed to hold the people in the system who killed Rianna Taylor? Accountable failed to hold that accountability that the people and many people in Louisville and certainly our faith community are compelled to bear moral witness and take action to support The safety of the community to demand accountability and to defend our democratic rights and principles. Do you not believe that our justice system is fair? I do not believe that justice was served in the case of Briana Taylor. What's the plan for tonight? We don't know what's to come tonight. There are people who are moving about downtown and and there's some yelling and some bull horns, people yelling and bull horns. But we haven't seen much tonight. Are you prepared to feed people? Or what? What happens if the crowd returns to The first Unitarian shirts tonight. Believably great questions for the pastor there, Reverend Laurie piles. He's providing amazing a moral leadership. So much compassion and courage is coming from that congregation. They did feed people last night, They opened their doors in sanctuary and respite. And so I my understanding that that they intend to be open as You know, As you all know, the curfew doesn't apply to sanctuary houses of worship, and they intend to be open and available for before the community. All right. Well, we appreciate the insights and thank you so much appreciate your jumping on with us so quickly..

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"louisville police department" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"What? Thank thank you. Pretty scary. Ami Horowitz is with us. Tell us what you saw in Louisville last night. Yeah, I feel like I have riot will travel at this point, Shauna, I think I might have a problem. Not social mature. Ah, it was It was bad. As you know, I I've been to all the major rise of reporter for you and all the major riots and this one was It was not as bad in terms of the looting and the arson. I have to say the Kentucky Kentucky state troopers, the Louisville Police Department and the Kentucky National Guard, did a great job making sure didn't go out of control. But I have to say if the people in these rights were as aggressive and as As as physical as anyone that I've gone to and where you saw there was what they are, really. Here's what they're really into, was making sure that you tell the story they want you to tell. And they were hyper aggressive, physically aggressive with anybody who they perceived as telling the quote unquote wrong story, which is actually the truth. And with me when I was filming, then getting violent and physical and an attack may and at one point they were trying to burn down a library. Thank God for the police department got involved, stopping and stand up the fire before it got out of hand. But when they saw me filming this stuff, they got physical and they've got aggressive and that's what was going on, then. Look, the SAT is part of this. Shawn, you've been reporting about it from beginning she This is emblematic of these of these riots going around our country. They're built on lies in particular this one with Briana Taylor. Quote unquote be Nancy Pelosi said she was murdered by the police officers eyes hoping to sue for defamation. All of this is built on a lie, Shawn. That's the saddest part the whole thing. It's just, you know, Well, we know the whole story. It's such a tragedy on every different level. In terms of, you know, somebody wants to be a nurse E M T to job saving people Life's calling. And you know the next boyfriend involved. We've gone over all the facts of this case. No knock warrant a little. They say they knocked on identified themselves, according to 11 witness in the case. But that's just this doesn't honor anybody here. What we see Are they really talking about? The Briana Taylor the grand jury decision, or is this other things we saw? You know, in broad daylight the day of the decision, you know, U haul. With face shields and all this other, you know, stuff that had been prepared. It's you know, it's mind numbing. You know the organization behind the agitator part of this Not the people that might want to peacefully protest. Yeah, it's definitely not about Briana Taylor, just like it's never been about black lives matter if it was about black lives matter if that's what the important that was the important ingredient to what they were doing, and they will be worried about all black lives would be a black life who was taken by a police officer or black life taken Chicago by another black person, But they clearly do not care. It's about an agenda and you're right. I saw A number and this is what I should want. The first time I saw my own eyes and filmed specifically things that look like they were pre constructed for this thing. So, for example, one thing I saw where people bring in these pre made wooden shields, and they had him all lay down the ground. I photographed it and I heard the person give instructions how to use these things. It all prefabricated how to use these things against the police officers. Now this is all pre planned. They were expecting this. They were looking to agitate. It is not about black lives matter. It is not about Rianna Taylor. It is about the larger agenda of overturning the United States and taking down the capitalist system. There is an extra pickle connection between Their view on politics and economics, and they're trying to bring these things together, and they are using these protests slash riots slash looting and An auction in order to create social havoc in our country so that they can take the bird and their words they could burn all this s down. They say it over and over giving chanted in order for them to rebuild this country in their own warped image. That's really what it comes down to. All these things are all about All right, only her, which will have more reports throughout the night tonight. Hopefully we'll have more peace tonight. Hopefully, there'll be more preparation. It's kind of scary times. Thank you and not easy what you're doing out there. Democrats make their first move to pack the U. S. Supreme Court Democrats in the House now preparing to unveil legislation next week that would limit the length of time of a Supreme Court justice. That they could serve 18 years. The bill sponsored by representative role, I think Khanna's how you pronounce. It comes as President Trump prepares to announce his nominee Saturday. Now it's called the Supreme Court Term Limits and regular Appointments Act would Allow every president to nominate two justices before year term. Of course, they want to change the rules just like they want to get rid of the legislative filibuster. There's like they like to eliminate the Electoral college just like Ah, they would like to impress Nancy Pelosi says. We can impeach Donald Trump every day of the week for whatever reason. Impeach Attorney General bar So they're now we'll do this because we don't like the outcome of elections that listen. This has happened. 29 times. All 29 times presidents have made appointments to the U. S. Supreme Court. And elections has Barack Obama, Joe Biden often reminded us matter the country elected President Donald Trump and like the other 29 times before this time, he's made an appointment. Now, when you have 19 of the 29 times when you've had the president of one party and a majority of of the same party in the Senate had 17 of 19 confirmed. When you have the 10 instances where the president's in one party and the up on the opposing parties in the majority on Ly one in 10..

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"louisville police department" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:06 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Dot Com slash weird if you WANNA cover up that sh that's right and. and at the end of this, this is maybe the longest episode we've done because kind of at the end when we're wrapping up, we I don't even know how it came up, but we started talking about Brianna Taylor and the appalling. The appalling decision to not charge her injustice, the injustice of it and so I just wanted to mention because they didn't we were talking about it. A lot of people you know the I think feeling you feel is outrage and then The second question is what can I do and we're still figuring out I think what we all the things that can be done about this. But here are just a couple of things in the meantime I will keep you posted as I'm learning. You can also follow me at Valerie and Cheney on instagram. I tend to post about the stuff as I learn more. So but some things you can do now. You can follow and donate to color of change. It's just at color of change on Instagram You can text the word enough to five, five, one, five, six to. Sign a petition to. Divest in the Louis Louisville Police Department that failed Brianna in this case and invest in the community that they have failed to protect. And three you can follow B Louisville Lavar move all Louisville I'm Lula wool. What? Vogel Yeah to give to my contribution is beautiful. Here's what we can do for positive impact. In to tell you how learn how to pronounce Volvo. Contribution. I. To get it. But I'm just sitting back. You're doing great. This is wonderful stuff. So you can if you follow at Blm Luvell. You can you can also give to to the bail fund that they do. Because As I just recently learned the bales system is inherently racist. So that's helpful. if you can donate to that and you can always find if you do. And then your city they usually post about where protests are happening. Please wear a mask as we did when we protested and be safe but it's definitely. A crucial time to. Use Our voices and show that this. This kind of injustice in this devaluing of black lives and black bodies will no longer stand. So thank you and I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we. Yeah. Thank you for doing that. My Love you walk and yeah enjoy? Ready..

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"louisville police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Think they were getting broken into? Did the police wasn't a no knock warrant or did the police identify themselves? What? What? What? Don't we know what's still don't we know it, we'll all be above you know, the only thing that will that we know from that grand jury for city goes what was read during In open court yesterday, and that was that single indictment against that one police officer. That indictment did never mentioned Briana Taylor's name, and that's what has her family and their attorneys so upset and many others. It never mentioned her name because this indictment on Ly accuses that one officer off blindly firing into the apartment building. It doesn't mention the other two officers who fired their weapons inside the building. One of which hit Briana Tailor Paul National Guard in place tonight. Are they getting any action? They are here. Several 100 were brought in yesterday. Um, and what they're here, according to the governor, just as a support for the Louisville Police department. Um what we've seen a zoo last night. They're just sort of standing back and watching and helping with some traffic control. They have not engaged with any of the protesters that we have seen. Now. A couple of months ago, it was different National Guard was brought in. They engaged with some protesters. And shots were fired. A man was killed by a National guardsman. That's a whole another story that's brewing here in Louisville, Paul Miles W. H. J s Paul. Great work down there, stay safe and well can forward the more coverage. Okay. Thanks, guys. It's the 93. W IBC match up at Walgreens. We've always been a place that keeps you prepped stocked. Covered, hopeful,.

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"louisville police department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Your home for original reporting on that Piper in New York tonight on the streets of Louisville, more protests and more arrests. Live video from the Louisville Police Department on Facebook shows many people detained by police sitting on the edge of sidewalks. CBS's Adriana Diaz says People are angry over decision not to prosecute the police officers who killed Briana Taylor. She spoke with a college professor. How much onus is on prosecutors to bring charges against officers who often they have to work with in other investigations. I think it is exceptionally difficult for elected district attorneys or even local district attorneys more generally. To hold officers criminally liable even when they should be held Some point to the fact that since 2015 that there've been more than 5000 fatal police shootings, 71 officers had been charged with murder or manslaughter. Only 19 have been convicted. President Trump is now pledging to help seniors lower their drug costs, but he's not pledging to commit to a peaceful transition if he loses the election. White House correspondents. Even Portnoy asked again whether he'd commit to a peaceful transfer of power. The president again declined. The mass mailing of ballots that Mr Trump is railed against is only occurring in nine states in Washington, D. C. While in Charlotte, the president signed an executive order aiming to lower drug costs without detailing how he'd fund it. He said Medicare would soon be mailing recipients $200 cards to.

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Kentucky grand jury decides against homicide charges for police in Breonna Taylor's death

Into America

03:03 min | 2 months ago

Kentucky grand jury decides against homicide charges for police in Breonna Taylor's death

"Good afternoon. Thank you for joining us today. I know that many. In Louisville and across the Commonwealth. In country have been anxiously awaiting the completion of our investigation. into the death of Miss Riana. Taylor? Six months at the Briana Taylor was shot and killed by police in her Louisville apartment. Kentucky grand jury decided that none of the officers involved would be held responsible for death. On Wednesday Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the grand jury decision to charge one former officer Brent Hankinson with first degree wants an endangerment. He's accused of firing into nearby apartments and endangering tillers neighbors. But Attorney General. Cameron. said the other two officers involved Johnson mattingly and miles cosgrove would not face any charges. According to Kentucky Law. Use of force by mattingly and Cosgrove, was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Brianna Taylor's death. Twenty six year old Briana Taylor was killed on March Thirteenth when officers from the Louisville Police Department burst into apartment with a battering ram during a botched drug raid. Policy announce themselves but according to her boyfriend they didn't So he fired a shot hitting officer in the leg. Then, officers returned fire and struck Taylor Multiple Times. Till his family had been hoping for a minimum charge of manslaughter. But Attorney General Cameron was a Republican and the states first black attorney general said, the outcome was appropriate. The decision before my office as the Special Prosecutor in this case was not to decide the loss of miss. Taylor's life was a tragedy. The answer to that question is unequivocally. Yes. In response, the city of Louisville rose up. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer had been bracing for this moment. When Tuesday a state of emergency was declared to prepare for potential unrest? Police barricades and the judge ordered federal courthouse closed this week in anticipation of a decision. On Wednesday, the mirror announced a nine pm curfew still protests spread through downtown Louisville, last night. In some moments, the scene turn violent to police. Officers were shot about one hundred people were arrested and protests spread throughout the country to to places like Denver, Portland, in Buffalo.

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"louisville police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

11:15 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"My name is Tom Sullivan. So we've got Another busy day. Got the president heading out this afternoon, going down to North Carolina and then to Florida. He's on the move today. We've got, um Earlier today. We've got a little bit of. Ah, you went over to the Supreme Court. He and Melania Um, the transition of power. Oh, M g. I've seen It's the top headline on Drudge. People are are running around. Oh, my God, She's on the go. My gosh, I I'll share you with share with you. My Opinion. I don't think it's I don't think it's what a lot of people think it is. But anyway, let's just let's just pick up and get Louisville out of the way here because it did exactly what we thought. Last night. There was there was violence. Yesterday afternoon when we were doing the show, there were the people marching around on the streets of Louisville. They were fine. And by the way, the street's that way they had three different protests going here in New York, one on the Upper East Side, one in Lower Manhattan, one over in Brooklyn. And the crowds were big, but I mean they were big. Huge numbers of people turned out to protest the ruling by the attorney general on Will has to be adjudicated in court, obviously, but about Briana Taylor in the police. But they were peaceful. They far as I know they were peaceful. And But in Louisville, they weren't in last night. Sure enough, um, here is what we heard on the streets of Louisville. Shots fired. Shots fired and a couple of those were some sort of firecrackers, and then you could hear the gunshot. There's a huge difference. You could hear the gunshots and two police officers were shot. They are going to live, thankfully. But it did exactly what I expected was, it would delve into violence. And So I want to tell you what I what I found last night. It bothers me. When I get anemic ale or a tweet or even a phone call from some of you about. You know, George Floyd wasn't a choirboy. You know he had trouble He was arrested of some time ago and even did something else that or no. There was some other charge against. And I go. Okay, So he's not a choir boy, but you don't you don't Kill him. Is the same guy. Same thing with the guy. Oh, man, I can't remember his name now, Jacob. But Jacob, like the guy in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I mean, right after next day, there was no well Hey, Tom, don't you know that he was involved? He had done something been accused of battery and all that. All right, so they're not choir boy, but you don't kill people. For assault. You arrest him and put him in jail. So last night. Here it comes. But I will tell you I either somebody has spent. A tremendous amount of time and effort to put together a report. From the Louisville Police Department on there. Background with a Briana Taylor and her former boyfriend and the new boyfriend. Photos. Security camera photos. It was Let me just put it this way. Her former boyfriend, who was the guy that the police believe is in up to his ears in drug dealing. And I mean it was it was a may addresses everything. He went around. This is the former boyfriend went around and used her address for the apartment She lived in. Used her address on everything. He did his bank account. You name it. He was driving her car. Ah, a couple of days before that incident, it sounded to me life. The ex boyfriend. Maybe the ex, but she still Cared for him had a new boyfriend. And and that all the drug dealer boyfriend was still A CZ Faras the police knew was still living over at the apartment where she was finally killed. That he was more involved with her that I think a lot of people think. Also the report was basically and she was an empty which he hadn't done that for a few years. And so the question comes up about how was she making money? And where was the money from the drug dealing that he was doing? And the report was talking about how he was mad because there were thousands of dollars that It was his money that was in the apartment where Briana Taylor was killed. So there's more to this story much more to this story. I'm not putting her down. I'm just saying the boyfriend. Was still somehow actively involved. Or trying to be actively involved using her address. And using her car. So Out of this. Came a tragedy. But I keep hearing I've got a couple of the lawyers for the guy who actually shot of the police, who was with Rianna Taylor in the apartment. His lawyer, others. Even the governor of the state of Kentucky who used to be the attorney general. They're all saying open the files from the grand jury. Open it up. Show the public everything. And I'm thinking Well, if what I saw last night was legit. Then you're going to get and you're going to get an eyeful of a whole different story about what was going on. At that apartment. And why the police? We're so interested in that apartment and thought that that's where the ex boyfriend Wass is. There was very good reason to think that The problem still comes down to The boyfriend thought the new boyfriend thought they were breaking in. He says it was the old boyfriend. I can see why he would be afraid of the old boyfriend. The old boyfriend is AH hard core big time drug dealer allegedly With the allegedly in there for the lawyers. So if he's a big time drug dealer allegedly And there's a lot of money flying around there's heat. The ex boyfriend thinks there's money in that apartment thousands of dollars of his money. Well, I would be a little nervous, too. If all of a sudden I thought the ex boyfriend was barred barging down the door. So it's there's a lot of my my point is that there's a lot more to this story. And It involves the drug dealing. And a lot of you go to any major Police department and asked, and the homicide detectives What are most of your homicides and they will without batting an eye. I say drug dealing Drugs were involved Bad a drug deal gone bad something somebody pulled a gun tried to rob, the drug dealer drug dealer tried to rob the guy. The one anyway. That's where Altana murders come from. A lot of guns go with drug dealing. So I say I'm with them. I'm with lawyers. Open it up. Let us all see the files. Let us see. How connected this drug dealer so called ex boyfriend was Who? That apartment and how the police had very good reason to believe that he was there. It turned out to be wrong. And when they were fired upon, they fired back. I almost feel like the charge of wanton disregard on the one officer. Is they must have been fussing and fussing and fussing and going. We've got to come up with something. The police have fired upon. They're going to shoot back. And sadly, she was standing in the hallway almost makes you wonder if the board the new boyfriend wasn't using her as a shield because he was not hip. And she was hit numerous times. They were in the hallway. I thought they were in the bedroom. So now we've got him in the hallway. He doesn't get him. The only way that he could not get hit was he was hiding behind her. Again. There's much, much more to this story. So here is the new boyfriend. His last name is Walker. This is his lawyer. Steve Row mines. Talking about the case, well in every other situation in Kentucky, a justification of self defense is determined by a jury and it should be in this case as well. When we start letting elected politicians to determine prosecutorial Fiat who should be charged and who shouldn't then we're going down a very dangerous road. It is it is. The exact opposite of way Our criminal justice system should work and unfortunately, it happens oftentimes in police shooting cases that the prosecutors say well, The police was act were acting in self defense. Police do not have any higher right self defense than any ordinary citizen does in Kentucky, because even one isn't your client, saying he was acting in self defense. When you listen to his 9 11 call, he clearly didn't know that they were police officers. Absolutely not. And that is why the case was dismissed against him was that he was acting reasonably acting in self defense, and he's in his own residence, so he has a presumption that he's acting in self defense. We've got a dozen neighbors. Who were interviewed by police as well, who said they never heard the police announced that they were police..

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"louisville police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"I understand that as a black man How painful This is the reaction on the streets in Louisville, Thie. Taylor family's lawyer, Ben Crump, called the decision outrageous and offensive. She's in her apartment. Cheese In the saint ity of our home. The city of Louisville brought a lawsuit against the three officers involved brought by Briana Taylor's mother. I made Donahue And one officer, by the way, was charged with the wanton endangerment in this case, and now tonight in the protests that have erupted to Louisville Police Department officers have been shot. In the downtown Louisville. A suspect has been arrested. They sustained non life threatening injuries. One offices in surgery, the other said to be alert and in stable condition. We're joined by the road Shellman of their own Shellman media. He's the CEO of a third Eye Training institute and author, online radio host, activist and actor. And we'll learn a bit more about third eye awakening now coming out in paperback. Just a few days. Thank you for joining us tonight. Thank you, Jim. For having me appreciate it. Absolutely. This is a terrible tragedy. I'm not sure what again Supposedly we're told The police had a no, Doc warned, but they chose to execute it with a knock. Ah, the inner and, uh one of them is shot and hit. It is hard to. Ah deny that at that point self defense does enter into the picture. Okay, Um That that is, uh, questionable. I would. I would state this that When you look at it. I mean all of the history. I'm African emergent, right? And I've been through situations with more enforcement. As well, You know, and I would say this You have plenty of offices and we'll join your offices are good officers. But You have a small minority of handle situations solely district when it comes to African Americans, as opposed to Caucasian Americans When we look at, you know everything that is rolled out whenever a situation happens. Always going to cover themselves. Because you know, that's just how it is. That's how the system works, so I want to see this too good minded court season, folks. Listen. It's a prime example that nobody is safe in their homes. You know, when you look at everything, nobody's safe in your home. So if you sit down to see that This situation. Is okay. When I'm going to say is this was something happening to your neighbour in your community and you look at it and you say Okay, this is Kate doesn't affect me. This African Americans let it be known. It's going to come to you soon. Just like with drugs. Well, I would certainly not say that. This this that this was okay. Or that it doesn't affect me. I merely note that when You enter the house and you are a shot is fired in one of the officers has hit at that point, It is hard to imagine them not responding. That doesn't make anything that occurred right? But again, I'm not sure what their response should have been at that point. I guess that's that's the main question. I have Okay, so she's in home. Supposedly, supposedly, they have a no knock warrant. For what? For her that she's selling drugs. There was no pool. They couldn't present anything said that she herself was doing anything illegal. That is what I'm speaking. Okay, me and you, right? Well, violence citizens, You won't go to work. Okay, we might know individuals. Up to no good. I do nothing. I mean, they're up to no good. That may do things that are no good. But that has nothing to do with the fact that because we know individuals or We may be related to individuals or we made a deal with individuals that me half some, Sadie Going on that they could run up into your house, run up into my house and just kill one of us and that be okay..

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"louisville police department" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on WRVA

"And even when you are exercising, you should always keep a mask on hand in case you run into another person. Ryan says They are also limiting the number of people in gatherings from 15 to 5 and asking students not to leave Charlottesville for the next two weeks or invite anyone onto campus Judges will today that President Trump's son, Eric Trump, must testify in a New York investigation into the family's businesses before the November election. State Judge Arthur in. Garon said Trump must comply with the subpoena for his testimony no later than October. 7th. Eric Trump's lawyers had claimed his extreme travel schedule on the campaign trail warranted a delay. The judge said the investigation in the quarter not bound by the timelines of the national election. Democratic State Attorney General Letitia James is investigating whether the Trump organization lied about the value of its assets assets in order to get loans or tax benefits and write the police say they are getting good tips and information following the shooting of an 11 year old boy Monday night in an apartment complex in the East end. That's by understanding from speaking with my peers way have received some information. It allows our investigators to be able to follow up on these tips. Eso. Once we get more information, we're gonna be able to share that with you. Lieutenant Matt Peca says officers don't believe the young boy was the target of the shooting. He was shot multiple times and is in critical condition. One former Louisville police officer indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the shooting death. Rianna Taylor Jefferson County judge any O'Connell announcing the three identical charges the above named defendants. Rhett Hankerson committed the offence of wanton endangerment in the first degree, wanton endangerment of the first degree, defined as a person manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life wantonly engaging in conduct, which creates a substantial danger or death or serious physical injury to another person. It's a class D felony charge, carrying a maximum sentence of five years behind bars. One was set of $15,000 Hankerson was fired from the Louisville Police Department after the shooting. Ryan Burrow ABC news Checking your Money that out down 532 s.

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"louisville police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hey, sounded like he was walking on eggshells the whole time. What they did determine was that the Louisville Police Department tried to figure out There were 20. Some bullets fired and the photos from the apartment show the bullets going through the walls. Um I mean, all over the place all over the place. And that was the reckless endangerment was that Briana lived in apartment number four. But the bullets apparently some of them went through the wall into apartment number three. So the neighbor Was not hit, but it was reckless endangerment. The boyfriend wasn't hit. The neighbors were not hit. One police officer got shot in the leg by the boyfriend. They, um And Briana Taylor was again It was a five. The autopsy, said. Five bullet holes, the attorney general just said six so regardless One of Was fatal, according to the autopsy. One was failed. The other four or five, depending upon which number you want to use were not fatal. So they tried to figure out who fired The fatal bullet. Louisville Police said. We're not sure We've done our testing, but we can't figure out who shot the fatal bullet. All right. They gave it to the FBI, FBI. Said. Yeah, we didn't figure out now who shot the fatal bullet. And it was one of the officers not charged. So The bottom line. Three police officers On a no knock warrant. I thought that they would find drugs, drug evidence and all of that, But the guy that they were really concerned about thinking about not only wasn't there but is no longer in Briana Taylor's life. So The officer. That file fired the fatal shot. Was not charged with anything. The officer and one of the other officers not charged with anything. The third officer was charged with reckless endangerment. And I presume it's because Hey. I unloaded his pistol, a clip. And they said he fired so many shots that they charged him with reckless endangerment. This coming out of the grand jury. Um The attorney general said. The grand jury got the case Monday morning. And concluded the case by noon. We don't know what time they started. But they conclude the case by noon. And a reporter at this news conference where the attorney general just spoke. Ask the question, which makes you wonder what's he doing? Being a reporter? But he said, What did the police officers have any defence that they gave it? The grand jury's use? May did they The way the grand jury works is why they say you can indict a ham sandwich. Is it's just the prosecutor. And if any witnesses come before the grand jury, they are not allowed to have lawyers by their side. And the potential people that they're going to charge with crimes don't get to give their side of the story. This is a one sided story from the prosecutor. So It's puzzling. Because of the fact that Onley charge coming out of this, even though a woman died. No manslaughter. No second degree murder. No, nothing. It was simply reckless endangerment. And the officer who fired the fatal bullet. Was charged with nothing. Your reaction. Phone number here. 855295 66 100. Tom, You're a straight up.

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"louisville police department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:57 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You could join us on a Tuesday by the way, coming up here at the top of the hour. Leo. Terrell will be joining us and, you know Leo, Of course, from Fox News. Many appearances on Sean Hannity. We're talking about Briana Taylor for this reason. The Louisville Police Department has now declared a state of emergency because Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron Is expected to make an announcement either today or tomorrow, And that announcement is going to be no charges filed against any of these officers. So now the police department is they're afraid they're scared. Of what could take place in their city. With these protests. Some of them could be violent. I don't know we'll get there but there, but they're trying to Be prepared for the worst. So we're talking about that. And we're talking about Briana Taylor. What took place that fateful day were tragically brown. A Taylor lost her life and it's terrible. Because Briana Taylor from what I understand, didn't do anything wrong now. For whatever reason. Police believe that there was drug dealing going on in that home and that there were package is being delivered there because Taylor's ex boyfriend, who she recently severed ties with Was doing some drug dealing. Not the current boyfriend. She had that fired at police. Now, the questions that I'm getting and the callers that I'm getting are saying Well, the boyfriend didn't know who was entering the door. Well, let me tell you this, folks, I can only say this If you're not a criminal And you're not doing anything wrong. It would probably be no reason to believe that police were knocking down your door in no way, shape or form of my blaming brand of Taylor. But when people are barging down my door and I've probably, you know, there's been drug dealings going on in my home. And maybe on the boyfriend that has some sort of rap sheet, which he'd hold on which he did. Then I think it is reasonable to believe in that moment that it might be police knocking down the double that I'm thinking. It's either the police or a rival drug deal with that being said, with that being said The laws need to change. I don't think police should be knocking on doors unannounced. I think it is a very dangerous situation. You're putting police in harm's way. You're putting everybody in that house in harm's way. And then you get situations like what happened. Briana Taylor, there has to be some sort of warning. Police need to identify themselves. But we're talking about the way a Kentucky state sorry, Kentucky Kentucky Senator Rand Paul actually introduced a law to write, eliminate no knock warrant that didn't that didn't stop. A mob of bill on protesters from surrounding him outside of the RNC. Okay, Well, that's that's a completely different circumstance. Ah, and I'm not going to sit here and say nice things about Ah, Rand. Paul, when this is the same son of a bitch who by the way would not want did not want to pay 9 11 1st responses don't agree with, okay. That guy is a son of a bitch. As far as I'm concerned, so I'm not going to sit here and defend Paul for anything after he did that I have zero respect for him. And quite frankly, I don't feel bad for him that his neighbor kicked his ass. Okay. And by the way, the Rand Paul law would not have mattered because that was federal, not state law. That's also very important Rand. Paul's a piece of garbage, So I don't want to talk about Rand, Paul. But with that being said, JD, We're taking phone calls now and I want to hear from all of you. What do you think about the Louisville Police department now declaring a state of emergency. Do you agree with me that police were justified in doing what they were doing according to the law, while I feel bad for Briana Taylor, that doesn't give somebody at that time the right to shoot a police. The number to call 7022575396 again that number If you want to be a part of the conversation, 2575396 we know that racism exists. We know that it's out there. We know that police brutality is out there. We know that there are some bad police officers out there like the officer shall van's of the world that do horrible things. But that doesn't mean that the majority of police officers are bad P An officer Shelton broke the law. He was was a need neck restraint Legal at the time. Yes, but he went. I think it was for 30 seconds. He did that for eight minutes. Officer Shaman Should he should get second degree murder. You cannot prosecute and charge police officers for not breaking the law. You can charge it. Charge the boyfriend for following policy. You cannot do that following policy officer Shall Vin Follow policy to do that, but he took it significantly too far with that Being This is a totally different situation, Shopping said. As I've said several times in the last 30 minutes. I feel horrible for Briana Taylor. I feel horrible for her family. It's a terrible situation. Ah, they paid her the family $11 million million dollars, but the but the bottom line is the attorney general. They're preparing for this. The police department. That's what we're talking about The exact same thing that happened in Omaha, Nebraska, when, when my friend Jake Gardner Was. We had James Scurlock, his father. They came on the show. That's a different No, no, I want I want to talk about it. But Jake Garner was was cleared of all wrongdoing by D. A. Dawn Klein in Omaha, Nebraska. A lot of people don't know this, Lloyd. So it's what I'm saying is the police department. So then BLM shows up it Don clients house and is a protest outside his house. The next day, he declares a grand jury. The grand jury is led by Frederick Franklin, a lawyer who was the leader of what's called a Midlife Midlands Bar organization, which is that's a coalition of all black attorney. That's a different circuit Gardener ends up losing his grand jury case. I understand, but that's a different case. That's a different circumstance. We can talk about that case. That's fine, but I just try to talk about you Stop talking about because I get the call people. The listeners don't know what you're talking about. They do, though. Girls talked about it last night in a logical distressed it, Okay, I can tell you that a lot of what I'm saying. What I'm saying is the police part was an Alfa Bravo. Go mode prepared because they thought that he was going to win the grand jury. He ended up losing the grand jury, and then he kills himself this weekend. Okay, So if you're just joining us we're talking about Briana Taylor. We're talking about the case that took place in in Louisville, Kentucky. We're talking about the police declaring a state of emergency. And we're talking about the attorney general. That is going to be coming forward. His name is Daniel Cameron. No charges will be filed on these officers. And we want to know what you think about that 7022575396 again the number to call to 575396. Let's go to Steve. Steve, You're next up in the Vegas Take what's going on. What's up, Steve? Hi, guys. Good. So I want to see a couple of things about the no knock warrant. I'm very sorry for that girl. But think about it. This guy was probably under the influence half asleep on drugs. But listen when police come in, Brian, they don't say hi with the police. They scream and bank police, police police. They come in. They got identifiable uniforms for this guy. Other guys saying Oh, how did you know? Wasn't somebody you know I'm doing a home invasion. I agree. I agree with you. The other thing, Ryan, I'd like to make quickly and then go on to the next coin. There. You get a million calls. Listen, uh, nothing about no knock if they do know not guys. 25 packets of drugs become questions down the toilet right? Sometimes seen the police on TV, Use a plunger and opening up the other thing about no knock if they don't Announce. At least they got the jump that the guy might have to run 15 ft to get his automatic weapons start shooting multiple rounds through the door, right. So if they don't have a no knock, Laura, I mean, there's a lot of things you gotta consider. No question come unannounced..

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"louisville police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Stand up to voter suppression in our state. In this election in the country. We're going to ensure that we have leadership in Washington that will speak truth to power. It will send a message to President Trump that no longer we will allow the type of leadership that has led us down. The special election is on September 29th. Louisville is bracing for the possibility of unrest when authorities announced whether they're charging the officers involved in the shooting of Briana Taylor. Louisville Police Department has issued a state of emergency for the department and calling off all officers vacations. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir says the National Guard is also ready to active needed the guard and the Kentucky State Police would engage in limited specific missions where they would be under their own command. That would be in support of Ellen Petey. It's unknown when announcement will be made. Taylor was shot and killed in Louisville on March during a no knock raid. Wisconsin's investigation into Jacob Blake's shooting is almost complete. The attorney general there says his office's investigation is in its final stages. It was a month ago when a Kenosha police officers shot black repeatedly in the back while Blake was reaching into his SUV. By the way today is National Voter Registration Day and Twitter is highlighting it. Every person on Twitter will get a prompt on their timeline to register to vote or to confirm the registration through terrible vote. That's an online tool from the nonpartisan nonprofit Democracy Works Weatherwise today, mostly sunny with a high near 72. That's what's happening. I'm Maria Boynton on news and talk 13 80 wook. Now let's check the roadway. They said they saw where PTL traffic lady when you see this update sponsored by Spectrum business, 20 east as you travel and from Thorne wrote to the perimeter gonna be in a busy ride for you there. Take 11 minutes longer than usual. I'm 18 minutes now. Pass along the way as you approach to 85. Also, if you're traveling in on 20, the inbound East expressways 20 West make a trip out of con years over 2 to 85 really crashed near Panola Road. Out of the travel lanes for you there..

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"louisville police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Nation this hour on the hour on President Trump's expected to name by Friday or Saturday, his Supreme Court pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before heading to his campaign rally tonight in Ohio, he confirmed with reporters at five women are being vetted for the position. He says he's hopeful that his nominee will be confirmed ahead of the U. S presidential election on November 3rd. There's really a lot of time. So let's say I make the announcement on Saturday this a great deal of time before the election. That'll be up to mention the Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, US Senate Republican for Kentucky, is promising a Senate vote on the president's nominee this year. Just two skins. Berg died Friday at her home in Washington. She'll become the first woman to lie in state in both the U. S Supreme Court on Wednesday and Thursday and at the U. S Capital on Friday. The chief of the Louisville Police Department in Kentucky has declared a state of emergency for the department comes ahead of the announcement of whether charges will be filed in the fatal police shooting of 26 year old emergency medical technician Briana Taylor. Officials say they made place barriers around downtown Louisville is part of preparations. The police force has also prohibited officers from taking days off. The Kentucky attorney general has not yet provided a timetable for the announcement. Taylor, a black woman was shot and killed in her own home in March by police officers executing a no knock warrant. It was rough day on Wall Street, the Dow dropped just over 500 points that sheds nearly 2% of its value Experts name as contributing factors to the selloff. Investor concern that a second Corona virus stimulus package could be further delayed and concerned about the possibility of a new round of tougher covert 19 restrictions primarily in Europe and Asia. In entertainment News, Giuliana Rancic has tested positive for the Corona virus. The veteran e host says she got the news as she was preparing to fly to Los Angeles to cover the Emmy red carpet Ransik says her husband and their son have tested positive for the virus is well, she says her family is self isolating at home and doing well. Watch news Nation every night on W G N America or go in the new station now app produce around the clock..

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Louisville mayor names new interim police chief amid months of unrest

Joel Riley

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Louisville mayor names new interim police chief amid months of unrest

"The Louisville Police Department has a new chief said he's been the site of protests in the fatal shooting of Briana Tailor by police Back in March, Mayor Greg Fischer introduced a vet Gentry as the new interim chief of police. Gentry will replace interim chief Robert Schroeder starting October 1st when he retires. Schroeder took over after chief Steve Conrad was let go in early June. The new interim chief is a Louisville native with more than 20 years in law enforcement, she retired from L A. P D in 2014 Gentry will be the first woman to ever leave the department.

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"louisville police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:14 min | 3 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Live well and win well on news and talk. 13 80 w okay. Something. Something Wandell and stoats on news and talk to 13 80 wook. Morning. How are you feeling? Hope you're feeling good coming along good. Kenneth Walker. Briana Taylor's boyfriend sues the city claiming immunity understand your ground law now, Kenneth Walker Eyes sewing Louisville Police Department, the city and other government entities to prevent them from arresting him again related to the events from the night of March 13th when the police officers Shot and killed Briana Taylor in her home. Now the charges that have been brought against him were meant to silence him is what he said. Ah, he said. These charges against me were meant to silence me into cover up Brianna's murder, Walker's said during a news conference on yesterday. For her and those that I love I can no longer Remain silent. In late March, Walker was indicted on charges of attempting to murder a police officer and first degree assault. Now those charges were dropped. In May. But then, on Tuesday, he said, ah, that he was a legal gun owner and alluded to firing at the plaintiff's close offered, sir. Who broke down till his door after midnight during the raid, He said that he would never knowingly shoot a police officer. He also mentioned that his life has changed forever. Just You know, ever since that that morning in March and March the things he said I was laying in the bed with brown around midnight watching a movie, he said, and all of a sudden someone just started beating on the door. They refused to answer when we yelled, Who is it? 15. Minutes later, Briana was dead from a hail of police officers gunfire and he was then found himself in police custody. He also address members of the news media, flanked by his attorneys and parents in front of the mayor's office building, whose windows remain boarded up. A relic of the ongoing protests that started in late May that have resulted in occasional property damages, but the protests are in response to Taylor's killing. By police and incident that has really caught national and global attention as really assemble of injustice and a lack of police accountability. At Walker's Face Mass was black, with the words Briana Taylor in white and criminal investigations into the police officer's actions. That March night are ongoing, and Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is investigating the incident was said Sunday he would not announce his decision this week. And also a representative for the FBI, which has a separate investigation for potential federal civil rights charges, said that the agency's work is really ongoing and could not provide a timeline for its conclusion. He also stated Mr Walker's stated that They just want me to keep silent. And I just refused to keep silent about the truth of what happened on that late night early morning, and it's just so interesting How sometimes that's how the criminal system wants you to do a special on it comes up against Ah, Officers who are not handling matters correctly. Officers who are engaged in misconduct and not following protocol. Certainly they want you to keep quiet. Let's go down to our phone lines for 489 to 27 on three. Let's say Hey, Debra, Hi of Atlanta. Hey, Good morning, my sister going out being briefly on Briana, But that's not what I'm calling about. First of all, I guarantee was a Kark Asian man who thought of Doing the No. Not first of all, is dumb, stupid. It is ignorant. If you go into a home where you think it was this and you're not dressed and you're in plain clothes because they're always on the lookout and they should be there doing things that are illegal. You shop there in plain clothes, not say who you are They asking who you are, and you stand in the door like a fool. You are actually setting people up to be kill. You want that? Come back. And a lot of them. Just one was in that house, The drugs and the money. We have a lot of cops out here. And if you don't believe me, keep watching. The news keeps seeing how they're killing us on arm for no reason. So that whole scenario about the nomad, the plain clothes you think about it, Would you go me, Michael? Me myself. I'd go to a place and I know it's so drugs, among them the bite if I'm going to sell it or whatever. Um I'm gonna go and playing closer and knock on the door and not say anything you are, officer. You should be dressed like an officer. You are going to go there and take care of a crime that you should not look like one of the criminals. You knocked on my door and I ask you who it is. And that you left on my door with a gun, and I know I'm doing something or I'm not doing something. Do you think I'm just gonna wake up and stand looking to await to the smoke clears? Dump the whole thing about that the whole no, not that No plainclothes going to places is dumb and stupid and needs to be changed, wondering what I want to address. I am so proud of Tyler period. But I cannot forget the fact that what you say that he pays so many out of crow restores. Why is he doing that at Kroger stores because African Americans have been loyal to progress for years. I invite now welcome any of you to go to 66 78 Covington highway And I'm not telling you to do that. Just for my calls. When I think about I for some reason, this is the way God made me. I can't stay on the surface of things. I get down to the bottom of the ocean with the catfish and shrimp and I looked up at the surface. Does that make me a better person? No, it just makes me the way God made me and I use what he gave me. What? I looked at the back of how many African Americans are affected by Copan 19. I have a look and see what to Africa. Americans do. We are, for the most part clean individuals. I've been in real estate and insurance for over 20 years. I've been in some of the home that you would think in the area that are just But some people would not think about going into. But then when I walked into that home and say, Wow, you know you may live over here. But that's not how you live. So when I say yes, they queue, ma'am. When I think about Kobe 19 and I say, Well, what is it affecting us like that? What do African Americans do? They go to church. They go to school. They ride the transit basins, and they shot two of those quote immediately. The skull and the church's transit. Some of allowed that close when they are cleaned it up. What is the one thing that we continue to do? We continue to shop. Why? Because we have to eat. Not at the mall. Even the miles were closed. So when I talk about a local Kroger store in my area, I'm not looking at the fact of the past Medic. I'm looking at the fact that my mother lived three blocks up the street across from Emory him and hailed the cab Medical hospital. I'm looking at the fact that she walked down to that store. I'm looking at the fact that my nurses, my doctors, my CNN, my custodian that worked at the CAF, Emory Medical half little They don't even cater to that store and why, and I know that cause I did my intern there because other condition that stores in. I'm looking at the fact when Coleman 19 tells me that it's on metal that is fixed. The metal stick to plastic is in the air. I'm looking at the fact that that is a walking nightmare. When you have a store that is 27 years old and the only thing they have done to the store it say about the flooring. What they use five or six different pieces of types of towel that floor and you go on that store..

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"louisville police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"A. O K news center. Good morning, Atlanta. Here's what's happening in the charges brought against me were meant to silence me and cover up his murder for her and those that I love. I can no longer remain sound. The boyfriend of Briana Taylor is filing a civil complaint against the Louisville Police Department and the city. In a news conference, Kenneth Walker said the charges brought against him were meant to silence him and cover up Brianna's murder. I was raised by a good family. I am a legal gun on her, and I would never know. We should've police officer Grant Briana and I did not know who was banging on the door. But the police know what they did. His attorney says. They're demanding declaratory and monetary relief for Walker Taylor was a little village empty, who was killed by police in a raid earlier this year. In the complaint. Attorneys for Walker said he has already sustained lifelong trauma still fears harm from those who consider him a danger and seek to take away his freedom again. Taylor and Walker were in her apartment on March 13th the to believe the apartment was being broken into when plainclothes officers busted through the door walk or called 911 grabbed a gun and fired. Shooting an officer in the leg. He had a license to carry and kept farms in the home. Taylor was unarmed, You have a chance to take part in another way to receive an absentee ballot. The Georgia secretary of State's office has officially launched a new online portal to request a ballot for the November election. The ballots won't be mailed out until late next month. Anyone interested just needs to enter their name, birthday County and state I d or license number. It's at secure vote G a dotcom. Another especially lecture to tell you about this one for the 39th District State Senate seat Nicky Mo Williams, who replaces the late congressman John Lewis on the ballot..

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"louisville police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Lead though, he stepped up was keeping her calm and. Is really amazing to see you know, like how ready to to to deal with it. And you you you have extensive military training. You know, what a gunshot sounds like the average person may have thought that could have been just a pan dropping on the floor in the kitchen. Yeah. That's what they tell you during the training is that don't automatically assume that it's a gun. Don't assume that it's something else, you know, because you know, being wrong on that can can be all the difference in the world. Yeah. So you know, that was that was kind of the thing. So I got the first shot went off. I was up, and I was moving and we were on our way out the door. You know? And I remember seeing people they were just like talking on their phone or eating, you know, they didn't even move that was that was really bizarre. Where were you armed? I left it in the car of all things. But honestly, you know, when my kids are involved, you gotta get them out. You got you made the right call you gotta get. I'm not looking to get into a gun battle. You know? I just I wanted to get them to safety. That was the only thing I could think of absolutely absolutely. Thank you would've reacted differently. If you were alone. I don't know. Nobody knows how they would react in a situation. Just true. But I I like to think that I would have been more invested in trying to get more people out. But you know, at that point it was just to get the kids out. Yeah. Absolutely. I tell you the one thing that I've been thinking is, you know. The the training that you get in the military for combat is so much different than something. Like this. You know, it's not black. It's just you know, more fair is different. You know, you're talking about stuff. It's to five hundred meters away not right around behind you. I mean, the guard doesn't do a whole lot of training inside. I hop. No, no, not at all. Hey, we should we should have you back on soon. Because I I'd love to talk to you further. Maybe in the nine o'clock hour, maybe in the next couple of weeks talk about e sports and recruiting or that kind of thing. Yeah. That'd be great. I'm actually in the process of putting together a team to play halo at south by south west next weekend. You need people to contact you or anything, and what do you what do you mean? We're looking for guard soldiers that we're gonna we're gonna put together a team of guard soldiers to go play halo and hopefully show people like how you do it. You telling me that if I sign up to be in the guard. I can play some halo in an e sports team. Is that what you're telling me, man, it'd be? That's that's that's how you recruit, man. That's awesome. Yeah. We're we're looking at we're looking for the best, you know, they know how to operate as a team and communicate and all of that stuff. That is great. Well, we'll have you on maybe sometime next week during south by we could talk about is that all right? Yeah. That'd be great, man. All right. Steve. Thank you. I appreciate your call. Thank you very much for telling the story about the iheart. That's that's awesome. Yeah. Again. Thanks her. Forgive me opportunity. Like, I said, I just I really wanted to give a shoutout to the Louisville police department. They they just knocked out of the park police chief, Jessica Lehto, she is one of the best when it comes to law enforcement. She runs runs a tight ship. She's a good person. Thank you. Steve. Appreciate a sergeant Steve Johnson. Sorry. I had to go through that the national guard here on the Totta, Don show. Todd, Don show. All right. I have been talking about my hearing here in my hearing doctor in that is going to be Christian keener luminaires because she has made such a big difference for me, and I feel so strongly that all of you out there. Whether you think you have hearing issues or not it's good idea to go have your hearing evaluated because it's good to have that baseline to see where you are as we get older. It's not uncommon for our hearing to start to degrade. A little bit and due to all the things. My hearings been exposed to drumming loud music headphones here at the station on and on and on. I definitely have that ringing in my ear known. As tonight is always have it. There's help for you though. After Dr Kristen keener specializes in the treatment of tonight. It's another sound sensitivity disorders one of the few audiologist in the whole country to actually specialize in tonight is.

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"louisville police department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"louisville police department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The soup happens at eleven o'clock and you can hear it live on newsradio eight forty w h a yes president trump is in brussels that dato headquarters meeting with the secretary general ahead of a summit there the president reiterating his irritation with nato allies saying they need to pay their fair share abc's karen travers is traveling with the president president trump came out swinging slamming germany during his first event the nato summit here in belgium germany as far as i'm concerned is captive to russia because it's getting so much energy from russia the president was referring to the controversial twelve billion dollar proposed pipeline between russia and germany he called it quote inappropriate that the us and nato or protecting germany from russia well germany makes business deals with russia karen travers abc news traveling with the president in brussels a veteran police chief with extensive experience in university and community policing will serve as the next chief of police for the university of louisville police department gary lewis is currently chief of police cleveland state university he will join the u of al force on august first and we'll follow interim chief kenny brown who will returned to his position as assistant chief a plane crash near the coast of alaska has left nearly a dozen people with injuries the coast guard says crews rescued eleven people after their float plane crashed into the side of a mountain on prince of wales island the coast guard says all eleven passengers received minor injuries but are in a good condition world cup beaver comes home to britain vicki barker reports from london coming home these young fans cry soccer's world how might come home to britain for the first time since nineteen sixty six england facing croatia today in the semifinals good we're very excited i think it'd be one england oricon three one today these croatian fans are pumped up to we have more experience but this british fan may have summed up the mood the best whatever happens to be a great the youth soccer team rescued from a cave in thailand won't be able to accept an invitation to the world cup final the twelve boys in their coach spent more than two weeks of the cave after it flooded their doctors say they won't be able to accept the invitation to go to the world cup final due to concerns and the racing future of kentucky derby champion and triple crown winner justify is in doubt the three year old colt is dealing with a left front ankle issue the problem was announced this week justify was held out of training at santa anita park late last week your next news update at ten thirty i'm paul miles newsradio eight forty w h a.

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