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"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Hi, I'm Nancy Mullane executive producer of life of the law and we need your support. We're launching a special campaign to raise ten thousand dollars to fund our productions through June thirtieth. The campaign is one hundred by one hundred and we hope you'll join ninety nine others by supporting life of the law with a one hundred dollars donation. Go to our website. The support button is right there on the homepage. It's important just one hundred dollars to help cover the production costs of this episode, death by police, a mother's diary, and the next eight episodes of life of the law, including stories on bioethics and the law animal rights inside San Quentin and how to find a good lawyer make that one hundred dollars donation to help us reach our goal do it now, and thank you. Energy justice. The core. Opinion. Next turns, the problem of what the judicial role should be. I'm coming here to try to make some form of a change within the police procedures all the way around. They need to be able to approach these children and understand that mental seizes in being under the influence Shinnecock your life. This is life of the long I Mansi Mullane. Lisa officers shooting kill unarmed. People in Sacramento, Detroit New Orleans in Madison, the Washington Post reports, nine hundred eighty seven people were shot and killed by police in two thousand seventeen sixty. Eight of them were unarmed. There are marches and calls for investigations, and in the end, Justice is allusive someone life of the law producers O'Sullivan said the mother of an unarmed teenager who had been shot and killed by police have been keeping an audio diary of her experiences after the shooting we listened and we hope you will to death by police a mother's diary. One one. Yelling. Nineteen twenty. name is Andrea Irwin. I'm the mother of Tony Robinson. Eighteen year old Kelly by Madison police officers. My son was in the midst of. A mental crisis. He had ingested about seven grams of mushrooms and was having what is referred to as a bad trip, and he was not. He wasn't in his right state of mind. His friends call the police to try to get some help for him. And it was alleged that he attacked a police officer and the what we don't know what happened in eighteen seconds at the police officer was in the hallway and. He ended up shooting my son seven times in the chest and face. And as far as what I knows that he. Has to way somewhere between the house in a hospital. And then the rest is pretty much a blur. What was it. Pony father. Protests over another deadly police shooting of an unarmed man after complaints of a confrontation. This one last night in Madison Wisconsin. When the red light is solid, it's recording. Let me see. Maybe. Just record. I'm so Sullivan and I'm from Madison Wisconsin. I met under at ruin twenty Robinson's mom while reporting on the death of her son. I asked her if she'd be willing to keep an audio diary. She said, yes. I'm recording them out of your diary, be be able to have. For my personal self to be able to have a time line of what happened. Because for me, it's hard to remember everything that I did and said, I would like other people to know. You know what it is that we went through and then the monitor stand like the depths of of being in and how deep that this this went rather than just my son dying. But as far as like our family and everything that we all went through after he died in what we still go through. People don't understand the ripple effect that causes someone is gilded especially tragically and and these none of these circumstances with no answers and. So I think that is good for me to be able to go back and look because I mostly just went to the days, you know, on autopilot and and I need to be able to remember all of what happened.

"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

"The life of the low I am glad this aroma in Kunar Uganda. A escape part two of our series Uganda was reported by Gladys aroma. To hear more about Gladys in her work and to access links to our background research on Ghanda the audio Archive and the music You heard Visit our website. Life of the law dot org are three-part series is produced in partnership with any bunting from New York University in Toronto Teddy at team researcher in Kampala Uganda and life of the laws senior Producer, Tony Gannon additional support by Daphne Keevil Herald are post-production, editors are Kirsten, judged with title, and Rachel came each time, we publish a new episode. We send everyone who subscribe to our newsletter A behind the scenes. Look at life of the law that includes notes from our reporters and news about upcoming investigated reports were a non-profit project of the tide Center, Amber. Part of the panoply network of podcast from a plate can also find life of the law on PRIX, public radio exchange. Our series you've gone. That is funded by the social science and humanities Research Council, The National Science Foundation, the law and society Association, and by you, our listeners Join us in two weeks when we present cart three Justice. That's next on life of the law. I Mansi Mullane. Thanks for listening. What. Bam, on their way into work. A panel weighing down. But when he came eating Giga command, Ben de minority Alameda, many, many any that can then be bent Bolodo epilepsy. At all. Lang

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"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Our new advisory board member jessica mckellar a software developer and author and assauge you abbassi our advisory board member and professor at uc berkeley school of public health you can find links to their profiles and their work on our website life of the law dot org will be sure to add links to all of the books and articles that were referred to in this in studio on our website life of the law dot org cureton jesuits title and rachel came postproduced this episode our music was composed by ian costs howard gilman and danny brinker were engineers at kqed radio in san francisco special thanks to juliusz braun next on life of the law john phillips uso lichter herbert reul these big composers come to congress in nineteen o5 926 newlook hey guys people her going out there they're making walk cylinders they're aching discs they're making money off of our music but we're not getting paid for it that's next on life of the law if you're curious about the law and like binge listening 10 into life of the law on itn's there are more than a hundred and ten amazing episodes about people like me and you in the law take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publishing new episode we send people who have subscribed to our newsletter a behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners were a nonprofit project of the tide center an were part of the panoply network of podcasts you can also find life of the law on prix public radio exchange were funded by the open society foundations the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation to help pay for the direct costs a producing episodes such as this one i mansi mullane thanks for listening.

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"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Keep justice the blaze court the idea that you were going to get together with a group of people and really police the rules yourself because you understand what the common norms are that you have to play by that something that were missing in our society right now the this is life of the law i'm mansi mullane welcome to in studio this week we're going to talk about basketball and the two thousand seventeen nba champions the golden state warriors join me in studio today our life of the law team members a soggy abbassi and brittany butterworth and we want to welcome adam larson attorney and writer on fastbreak a blog that reports on the golden state warriors welcome everyone we just published our story warriors versus warriors a piece about the day each year when players coaches and managers with the golden state warriors go inside sank quentin state prison to play a game against the san quentin warriors on the prisons lower yard you can find a link to the audio story at life of the law dot org on i tuned or on your favorite podcasts tap and today i'd like to start with adam you've been following the team for how long probably about thirty five years you're 35 now so how is born into being orders fan i grew up in the bay area my parents were big basketball fans they raised me as a fan of the team which was difficult for a lot of these years but has now been incredibly rewarding so tell us who are i mean you know these team members you know the coaches the manager.

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"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Keep justice the way lou court who a basketball help helped me do it helped me work on my anger management am i mostly stability it helped me trust people that i normally don't like these guys company given is that human contact as we have to be patient with them we don't wanna hurt their the do this is life of the long the i'm mansi mullane booth some times working as a reporter you wanna pinch herself and this is one of those stories each year for the past five years the golden state warriors star players coaches and support staff had gone inside saintquentin state prison to play a basketball game down on the prisons lower yard against the san quentin warriors a team of prisoners and for two years i'd gone into watch the players battle of out surrounded on the court by hundreds of inmates and now we've teamed up with the kitchen sisters davian nelson and nicky silva to coproduce this report and stay tuned at the end of the story were going to go inside the cell block with dream on green now our story the warriors i hope we say we didn't come here to lose its hard this is a road game for us or going to prison looking these about prison name onto bob myers andrei margarian on before for the golden state warriors who parking applause allowing walkover wide on water so it's a very good wounded let go on and all those who was tom can go is you're having a show your ideas stand before you ordinary you'll make sure you don't lose that idea to give out avenue world certain carlos cell phones no is cigarette lighters sam robinson global emission also sanguine sleepless.

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"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"mansi mullane" Discussed on Life of the Law

"And i would also like to thank tony gaining for being are impromptu engineer it will be in the snow showers jitters ever in studio sent quentin state prison was produced by should deep bond stepped her in tony cannont we wanna thank should deed press on thomas unomil to weaver of the society of professional journalists saintquentin for making this in studio possible thanks also to assauge you bossy life of the laws advisory board member and professor uc berkeley school of public health and to lieutenant sam robinson san quentin public information officer for making this episode possible our postproduction editors are kerstin jesuits title and rachel kaine our music was composed by in costs howard gilman of kqed radio in san francisco was our engineer next on life of the law the warriors a coproduction with the kitchen sisters abroad ordinary spiritual for tutors wonder lucky days grew up in the wrong place the wrong i think when we come in brains it up a little bit we get to leave that's next on life of the law if you're curious about the law and like binge listening turn into life of the law on itn's there are a hundred and ten amazing episodes about people in the law take of humans to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publish a new episode we send people who've subscribe to our newsletter a behind the scenes look at life of the law that includes notes from our reporters and our listeners were a nonprofit project of the tide center and were part of the panoply network of podcast you can also find life of the law on prix public radio exchange were funded by the open society foundations the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation to help pay for the direct costs a producing are episodes i'm mansi mullane thanks for listening.

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