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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

Court Junkie

02:13 min | just now

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused

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Fresh update on "minneapolis" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minneapolis" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Down to two decides Why should the former president be the one to make that determination The Trump legal team suggested each document could be reviewed individually The judges were not moved The attorney for a former Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed a black driver back in April says she will testify at her trial Kim Potter claims she meant to use a taser when she shot Dante Wright during a traffic stop opening statements in the trial are expected to.

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US home prices register 19.1% annual gain in September

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

US home prices register 19.1% annual gain in September

"U. U. S. S. home home prices prices rose rose briskly briskly in in September September which which is is another another sign sign that that the the housing housing market market is is booming booming in in the the aftermath aftermath of of last last year's year's corona corona virus virus recession recession the the S. S. and and P. P. CoreLogic CoreLogic case case Shiller Shiller twenty twenty city city home home price price index index climbed climbed just just over over ninety ninety percent percent in in September September compared compared to to a a year year ago ago Phoenix Phoenix was was the the nation's nation's hottest hottest market market registering registering a a price price index index of of just just over over thirty thirty three three percent percent next next was was Tampa Tampa where where prices prices rose rose over over twenty twenty seven seven percent percent and and Miami Miami at at twenty twenty five five percent percent the the smallest smallest gains gains Chicago Chicago up up almost almost twelve twelve percent percent in in Minneapolis Minneapolis at at about about thirteen thirteen percent percent I'm I'm surely surely employer employer

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Fresh "Minneapolis" from Rollye James

Rollye James

01:19 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh "Minneapolis" from Rollye James

"73 northwestern take on Maryland's Sunday morning Hawks in Washington Thursday night the pregame at 5 30 face off at 6 o'clock The galaxy's Purdue beat Florida state Syracuse knocked off Indiana WGN traffic if you are on the inbound side of the Kennedy you can expect to see between one and 5 o'clock this morning there'll be closing the exit ramps to the outbound Ike and eastbound Ida B wells drives the express lanes are already closed Authorities say the father of the 15 year old boy who was been detained in the school shooting in Oakland county Michigan today bought the gun for him last Friday Three students died today 8 more including 8 other people including a teacher who were wounded at Oxford high school The late detective and the Jussie Smollett case testified at the actors felony trial today that the alleged hate crime he reported was actually a staged event The federal civil rights trial to the four former Minneapolis cops indicted in the killing of George Floyd is on track to begin in January They mailed out jury questionnaires earlier this month and the first jurors are expected to appear in the courtroom for screening on January 20th Now your forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center Cloudy above normal temps tonight low 35 sun and cloud mix tomorrow it will be breezy milder high 54 partly cloudy windy and mild on Thursday the high getting up to 61° 34 O'Hare 36 at midway 31 in Valparaíso 31 in Barkley 34 at the lakefront.

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Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting open open California's California's mayor mayor seeks seeks to to reverse reverse police police cuts cuts amid amid a a crime crime spike spike Oakland Oakland California California mayor mayor Libby Libby Schaaf Schaaf said said Monday Monday she'll she'll push push to to reverse reverse planned planned cuts cuts to to the the city's city's police police department department as as homicides homicides and and other other violent violent spike spike in in the the city city shops shops announcement announcement came came after after a a weekend weekend that that saw saw three three people people killed killed raising raising to to one one hundred hundred twenty twenty seven seven the the number number of of homicides homicides in in Oakland Oakland so so far far this this year year in in the the wake wake of of the the police police killing killing of of George George Floyd Floyd in in Minneapolis Minneapolis the the progress progress of of Oakland Oakland city city council council voted voted in in June June to to cut cut eighteen eighteen million million dollars dollars from from the the police police department department and and shift shift money money to to programs programs designed designed to to prevent prevent street street crime crime and and address address homelessness homelessness other other liberal liberal cities cities that that joined joined to to the the dhi dhi fond fond of of the the police police movement movement are are also also having having second second thoughts thoughts earlier earlier this this month month the the city city council council in in Portland Portland Oregon Oregon unanimously unanimously passed passed a a fall fall budget budget that that included included increasing increasing the the police police budget budget by by five five point point two two million million dollars dollars hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Fresh update on "minneapolis" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minneapolis" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Tonight are holding a news conference even as we speak updating people on the deadly high school shooting today a 15 year old sophomore surrendered after firing a semi automatic handgun the dead include a 14 year old girl a 16 year old boy in a 17 year old girl and the sheriff is saying that one of those children died in the back of a police car in an effort to transport that child to the hospital but they did not make it Authorities are releasing more details as we go along and we'll keep you updated here on P at least three people killed 8 injured in the high school shooting about 30 miles north of Detroit A former suburban Minneapolis police officer will testify at her own manslaughter trial Former Brooklyn santorum Minnesota police officer Kim Potter will testify about the April 11th traffic stop that ended with her killing 20 year old Dante Wright her attorney pauling telling a perspective juror So you will know not just from the video but from the officers at the scene and Oscar part of herself.

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Up to 30 people conduct robbery at Best Buy in Burnsville

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

Up to 30 people conduct robbery at Best Buy in Burnsville

"I'm Black Friday it wasn't just shoppers grabbing up deals gangs of robbers were also hitting stores in the Los Angeles area police say there were several incidents of mass robberies Beverly hills police say they arrested four people in a car Friday night after a home depot was hit by thieves who stole items including hammers crowbars and other tools the LAPD arrested three people after they stopped a car and spotted merchandise inside these had just rushed into a designer store and grabbed goods police say in another incident an employee was hurt after an altercation with a thief involving pepper spray and in yet another three people with a handgun robbed a high end Melrose Place store and it's not just happening in LA around the country in Minneapolis a group of twenty to thirty people grab numerous electronic items at a Best Buy store in Burnsville and ran out according to police I'm Julie Walker

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Fresh update on "minneapolis" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:39 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minneapolis" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Wounding 8 others including a teacher Oakland county under sheriff Mike mccabe says he gave up peacefully when officers arrived Japanese responded within 5 minutes had the suspect in custody He did not cause any problems He gave the weapon up he did have the weapon on him at the time There was a semi automatic handgun The shooter is said not to be cooperating with investigators who have yet to speculate on a motive John Hewitt for CBS News Detroit In the tracking of the latest COVID variant omicron White House medical adviser doctor Anthony Fauci lays out the timeline for what they've managed to gather on the mutation so far Confirmed cases as of yesterday was 205 in 18 countries and just this morning that's gone up to 226 in 20 countries The Biden administration has been dealt more setbacks in its effort to get more Americans vaccinated against COVID CBS is Linda kenyon has the story It's two separate court rulings One temporarily blocks the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services from enforcing its vaccine mandate for healthcare workers until the core can resolve legal challenges The other blocks the administration from requiring employees of new government contracts to get vaccinated These latest rulings add to the string of court losses for the Biden administration over its COVID-19 policies amid concerns that the oma cron vary and could trigger a new wave of dangerous infections Linda kenyon CBS News CNN host Chris Cuomo has been suspended indefinitely the network says recently released documents shed new light on Chris Cuomo's involvement in his brother's defense during former New York governor Andrew Cuomo's sexual harassment scandal and raised serious questions As jury selection gets underway in the suburban Minneapolis trial a former police officer Kim Potter defense attorney Paul.

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Ava White: Four boys arrested in Liverpool on suspicion of murdering 12-year-old - Sky News

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Ava White: Four boys arrested in Liverpool on suspicion of murdering 12-year-old - Sky News

"A thirteen year old boys been taken into custody in Minnesota for accidentally shooting to death of five year old child it happened in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn park the reason behind the shooting is troubling police say the thirteen year old was with several other children and making a video to post on social media with a gun local media are reporting it was a rifle from inside the home and that investigators believe the thirteen year old accidentally fired it striking a five year old relative in the head efforts to save him were unsuccessful the shooting took place on thanksgiving night the young gunman was taken into custody in the morning and placed in the Hennepin county juvenile detention center police say it's possible the owner of the gun will also face charges I

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Vikings outlast Rodgers, Packers 34-31 on game-ending FG

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Vikings outlast Rodgers, Packers 34-31 on game-ending FG

"Greg Joseph hit a walk off twenty nine yard field goal as the Vikings slid past the Packers thirty four thirty one Justin Jefferson made eight catches for a hundred sixty nine yards and a pair of scores in the victory very wildly Gladys team you know came through in the clutch and then the game finishing the game awesome great got to keep that's Justin Jefferson quarterback Kirk cousins threw for three hundred and forty one yards and three touchdowns in the win Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for three hundred and eighty five yards including a seventy five yard strike that comes in to await left on the clock that tied the game at thirty one but in the end the Vikings pull ahead at the buzzer Kevin foremost Minneapolis

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Judge Dismisses Gun Charge Against Kyle Rittenhouse

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Judge Dismisses Gun Charge Against Kyle Rittenhouse

"All kinds of news coming out already of the closing arguments in the Kyle rittenhouse trial, breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. The judge has dismissed a count of possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18. Now it had been only a misdemeanor, but it appeared to be among the likeliest to net a conviction for the prosecutors, according to the Minneapolis star tribune. I've been hearing for weeks. Well, they're going to get them on the gun charge at least, well, no, the prosecutors conceded in court that rittenhouse's rifle was not short barreled. Because Wisconsin's statute has an exception that cleared rittenhouse, and again, that exception involves whether or not a rifle or shotgun is short barreled, prosecutors conceded that it was not short barreled, the judge, moments ago, dismissed the charge, so it's a huge, huge break for Kyle rittenhouse. Jerry is about to hear closing arguments and we'll see what

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Minneapolis Rejects Measure to Replace Police Department

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Minneapolis Rejects Measure to Replace Police Department

"So this is awesome. You've got to hear this. So Minneapolis if this is, if this is correct, so this is from American experiment. Minnesota think tank. On election day 2021 that was Tuesday, the voters of Minneapolis rejected a proposed charter amendment, which would have eliminated the city's police department and replaced it with a public safety agency. It was there was 57 to 43. So my point yesterday was while of course I am happy that this thing didn't pass. 43 yesterday, I thought it was 44, 43% of people living in would this be Minneapolis? Voted to abolish the police department? More than four out of every ten citizens of Minneapolis is an idiot? Is it true destructive idiot? Wow. See, this is your choice. You can celebrate that it was defeated, which I do. And lament the fact that there are so many fools who live in Minneapolis. Truly, I mean, destructive fools. I don't mean fools because they made wrong decisions in their family life. I mean, nihilistic. Pro rape pro murder pro theft citizens of Minneapolis. If you deny that you are pro rape pro murder and pro theft if you want to abolish the police department, you can deny it all you like. You can. But you're lying to yourself.

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Florida Congressman Byron Donalds Discusses Tuesday Night's Election Results

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Florida Congressman Byron Donalds Discusses Tuesday Night's Election Results

"It's inspiring to see voices that represent conservatism that represent the Republican Party. I mean, we're seeing we're seeing people emerge with clarity and with passion and congressman Byron donalds is a great example of that. He's a congressman from Florida. He represents Florida's 19th congressional district, and he has been so spot on regarding the failed policies of the left and the Democrats real pleasure to welcome congressman Byron Donald to the Mike Gallagher show. Congressman, I don't know about you, but it feels like a wave of sanity is starting to blanket the country. I got to believe you're as ecstatic as the rest of us with the results of Tuesday's election. Well, first, let me just say what happened in Virginia. What happened in New Jersey, you know, even though we felt a little bit short in school boards all across the country, the police movement in Minneapolis, watching all these things from the radical left go down in flames. Frankly gave me hope because it's very clear that our country continues to be a center right country. It's very clear that voters of all demographics and all socioeconomic stripes are small fee conservatives. And it's interesting to see that the Democrats can run these crazy campaigns but literally look at certain all he did was talk about Donald Trump and try to call Glenn Duncan for racism. That's all he tried to do. And it was so wonderful to see the people of Virginia just reject that, reject what's going on by these school boards in our classrooms, reject these vaccine mandates and reject a simple common sense, conservative public safety issues. It was great to see if both of all for

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Frey wins 2nd term as Minneapolis mayor after bitter race

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Frey wins 2nd term as Minneapolis mayor after bitter race

"Minneapolis voters have reelected mayor Jacob fry after a bitter race that focused on calls for changes to policing and racial justice seventeen candidates ran for mayor in Minneapolis including many who took issue with the way incumbent Democrat Jacob fry handle changes to the police department since one of its officers killed George Floyd last year election night results but fry with about forty three percent of the overall vote and he collected enough additional votes as voters a second or third choice under the ranked choice system for election officials to announce him the winner the mayor positioned himself as an opponent of an amendment to replace the police department with a new public safety unit voters defeated that proposal with about fifty six percent opposed analysts say the passage of a separate amendment strengthening the mers powers means failure to reform policing will fall squarely on fried shoulders next election cycle I'm Jennifer king

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Virginia Gubernatorial Election Proves Republicans MUST Vote

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

Virginia Gubernatorial Election Proves Republicans MUST Vote

"We had a rebounding. Let's go Brandon across America last night and it just goes to show how important it is to get out and vote have a fantastic day. It was a bad night for Brooklyn. Brandon had a very, very bad night. America, the rest of America had a great night. And she's so right. May this put to bed once and for all. Any talk of staying home because you're afraid of the potential for cheating. I get it. I'm every bit as cynical as you are. I'm not very confident about the outcome in New Jersey. A lot of corruption in New Jersey. I get it, but doesn't Virginia prove doesn't Minneapolis prove. Does it the New York City council victories, the victory in Ohio, the victories and I mean, all over the country. There was a red wave. Understand and a wave of sanity. You must vote. We got a flood the polls. If it isn't close, they can't pull off the cheat, and we will win. And last night should silence once and for all. Every last one of those people who like to call radio shows, and I don't want to vote anymore. I didn't like the way I don't like that Biden one. I think they cheat, not knock it off. I've been saying it all along and I think for once and for all, that voice of malcontent gets to be silenced.

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Minneapolis voters reject ballot measure to dismantle police

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Minneapolis voters reject ballot measure to dismantle police

"Minneapolis voters have rejected a plan that would have replaced the beleaguered city police department with a different type of safety agency in the wake of George Floyd's death proponents of the change part of the D. fund police movement had called for a complete overhaul of policing to stop brutality and abuse of power this motor Scott Shafer was in favor of the change that status because it's horrible but opponents who defeated the measure said there was no concrete plan for how to move forward and removing the police department would leave at risk communities even more susceptible to violence Angela Mansfield who wanted a new department says she hopes they're still meaningful reform this is a very specific training so hopefully

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Minneapolis voters to decide on police replacement measure

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Minneapolis voters to decide on police replacement measure

"The D. from the police movement is on the ballot today in Minneapolis and its outcome could guide other cities considering similar change voters are deciding whether to replace the police department with a new department of public safety this comes more than a year after George Floyd's death by an officer launched a movement to abolish or define police across the country mayor Jacob fry is also in a tough fight for a second term he opposes the policing amendment and faces a bevy of opponents who attacked his leadership after Floyd's death and support the proposal results from the ballot question are expected tonight but the mayoral race is a question mark because Minneapolis uses ranked choice voting I'm

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Plan to replace Minneapolis PD worries many Black residents

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Plan to replace Minneapolis PD worries many Black residents

"A proposal to replace the Minneapolis police department with a new public safety unit goes to the city's voters this week the idea on Tuesday's ballot has its roots in the abolish the police movement that erupted after George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis police officer last year bishop Richard Howell along with other residents of color believe it will leave them vulnerable to mounting crime and are against it is unfortunate that until George wanted dead what is the path in a to be manifested at this time but still you don't have to take a work by taking away the police department minister jin a Bates along with a cross section of other residents support the measure we allow for an actual real public safety system that puts the needs of the city first national attention is on the road as well as out of state money seeking to influence it's outcome which might shape change elsewhere I'm Julie Walker

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America 'on fire': Facebook watched as Trump ignited hate

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

America 'on fire': Facebook watched as Trump ignited hate

"Internal documents that Facebook show the country was lit on fire after controversial comments from then president Donald Trump following the death in police custody of George Floyd in Minneapolis in may of last year Donald trump posted on Twitter and Facebook about the thugs in Minneapolis and said when the looting starts the shooting starts we can't allow this situation like happened in Indianapolis to descend further into lawless anarchy and chaos Facebook's own analysis shows immediately hate speech and violence report skyrocketed on the site Facebook took no action CEO mark Zuckerberg claim last year the post didn't break company rules but the platform's automated controls were almost ninety percent certain it violated company policies against inciting violence Twitter covered the trump tweet with a warning the former president has been suspended from both Twitter and Facebook I'm a Donahue

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Minneapolis Slated to Vote on Replacing Police Department

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | Last month

Minneapolis Slated to Vote on Replacing Police Department

"Today. You know what they're going to do in Minneapolis? This is the day I think today is the day they vote. On excuse me, it's going to be Tuesday. It's going to be on election day, of course. They're going to be voting to possibly abolish blow up the police. Blow up the police department. This was a last ditch effort after George Floyd died to defund the police. Reimagine the police. That's what the progressors want. None of the Democrats in leadership evidently in Minneapolis including the mayor or on the state level are in favor of what voters are going to get to decide. If they get to 51% next Tuesday in Minnesota, in Minneapolis, rather, they're going to get to reimagine the police department. You're going to have a bunch of people with, I guess with yoga pants on, responding to domestic violence calls. It's going to go real well.

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Rep. Ilhan Omar Continues Attacking Our Country, Our Police

Mark Levin

01:19 min | Last month

Rep. Ilhan Omar Continues Attacking Our Country, Our Police

"You know he reminds me of ilian Omar that idiot That idiot That bigot That anti semite That she's perfectly fine Cut 11 right scoop Go We must also recognize Is that the reduction in policing currently in our city and the lawlessness that is happening is due to true things One the police have chosen to not fulfill their oath of office and to provide the public safety video to the citizens they serve Now this woman is mentally deranged Comes into the United States We have open arms for refugees like this In attacks the country from within She's the enemy This listen to her So the Minneapolis police who were defunded and significant respects who came under attack precinct was burned down on and on and on It's their fault that violence is rising in the city their fault Now it's your fault you jerk You clown you moron It's your fault Ilya Omar

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The Stupidity and Hypocrisy of Ilhan Omar Is Astounding

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

The Stupidity and Hypocrisy of Ilhan Omar Is Astounding

"We know what radical kooks like Ilhan Omar think about the police, Minneapolis, the city council after George Floyd, the Minneapolis city council voted as I recall unanimously to disband the police department. Get rid of them all together. Kumbaya, y'all, we're gonna have social workers with feathers to tickle the bad guys, I guess. We don't need cops. So now Ilhan Omar is faced with recognizing Minneapolis has a problem. It's called skyrocketing crime, murders. Violent crimes, robbery, carjackings. Well, what does a defund the police zealot like Ilhan Omar blame for the rising crime? What we must also recognize is that the reduction in policing currently in our city and the lawlessness that is happening is due to two things. One, the police have chosen to not fulfill their oath of office. And to provide the public safety or owed to the citizens they serve. All right, it's documented. But even before that, it was documented. I mean, the average police department is almost dysfunctional. Police department in our state and probably in the country. The second world is that there has to be accountability. And someone that is actually taking responsibility for what the police does and destination. And that doesn't exist. In this moment. I don't like ad hominem attacks, but there is a special kind of stupid behind that that

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"minneapolis" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

03:11 min | 7 months ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Or continuing to process the guilty verdict of former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin in the murder of george floyd for many. The conviction is a first step towards accountability. After a year of reckoning with institutional racism in policing on wednesday morning the justice department announced it will launch a civil investigation into the policies and operations of the minneapolis police department. As a whole here's attorney. General merrick garland speaking on wednesday. Yesterday's verdict and the state criminal trial does not address potentially systemic policing issues in minneapolis. Today i am announcing that the justice department has opened a civil investigation to determine whether the minneapolis police department engages.

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Pantheon

"Unique. You know it's awesome did so. This is all around the same time late seventies early eighties so in detroit they were mixing funk with synth pop but like with a more. Disco bend yeah. Minneapolis sound with prince and bands. Like the time Morris day who's the lead singer of the time but they were all kind of throwing that funky stank on new wave. Do what a fucking awesome. So like i know man you know. I feel like the word. Fusion doesn't get used or does get used but for a very specific fusion to me. I was think of jazz rock fusion. But it's safe to say that that the fusion of all of these genres right for sure. Yeah it is. It is a sub genre of funk. Yeah and i'm going to read this straight. Pull the straight from kapadia but this is a pretty great summary of it and they're just going to jump right into our first song so actually not no. let's play let's play a song i Okay so i'm going to play a couple of songs from the time so jesse. Johnston played lead guitar for the time again. They were all brought together by prince. Prince was longtime childhood friends with morris day who's lead singer in the time so jesse johnson didn't really he. He wrote a few songs. Co wrote a few songs for the time but really just want to show off the minneapolis. Sound if you're not familiar with it yet. So i'm gonna play a song from their second studio album. Called what time is it. Do all of their song names have the word time in it. Not know but he he pretty much like at least once in a lot of songs. Ask what time it is like. What time is it all right. So i've got a couple of clips to play here. So this is a song again off of their second studio album. What time is it from. Nineteen eighty to the song is called seven.

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"minneapolis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on KGO 810

"In Minneapolis police have opened the city's first officer involved shooting investigation since George Floyd last spring. A man was killed Wednesday night after a gunfight with officers during a traffic stop that was part of the weapons investigation. Police chief Materia Arredondo says Body cam imagery shows the dead man opened fire First I had the opportunity to meet With the deceased father. Family members and community leaders, and they were able to view the body worn camera footage here, Jenny one, considering protest ng to keep it peaceful, We cannot Have any sort of destruction or cause any sort of criminal activity in our city here in New York City, the mayor wants criminal charges against the woman who falsely accused a teenager of stealing her cell phone. The story from a B C's Marc Rayman lard Mayor Bill de Blasio says a woman seen on video wrongly accusing a 14 year old of stealing her cell phone in a SoHo hotel the day after Christmas. Should be charged. The Blasio says the teen who is black, did nothing wrong and called the actions of the woman who is white, racism, pure and simple. The woman is seen on video accusing the teen of stealing her phone, and, according to police, she proceeded to physically attack him and left before officers arrived. Woman's phone was later found in an uber Marco Malard. ABC NEWS NEW YORK This is ABC News NEWSMAX TV Everyone's talking about it. 30 Million people are watching news Max for real News on President Trump, Biden the election and more and make sure you vote in Newsmax is national poll asking if President Trump should concede. Just text fish to 39 747 and vote instantly. That's fish to 39 747 Watch Newsmax for great shows on major cable system. Set free on Roco, YouTube, smart TVs and more vote about trump Text fish to 39 747 today. I'm Richard Can't Sue ABC.

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"minneapolis" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on WTVN

"And Minneapolis. On those ever see the good rat videos coming from anywhere but New York where they're carrying pizza down the street on the subway, and you know they're selling merchandise. You know, it's exactly Um And I know one of my one of the guys that used to work with on the air. He swears by his kids had pet rats and people will swear by having a pet rat that they're very good pets. They're very smart. I was watching one of those vets shows over the weekend, and they were saying the same thing. You, Khun Train him. Very smart, Marshall. Any thoughts on having a pet rat? I mean, would you ever consider something like that? You know, we have the £75 golden retriever who likes to jump in the bed and just be like a big cuddle bunny all night. And I don't know that I would want to do that with a rat just saying right? I wouldn't. I know I wouldn't. Although I have to say that the rat wouldn't take up much of the bad. That's true. Right? B, a better bed citizen 48 overnight. Tonight some scattered showers. It's overcast. There's some rain. Now, If you're headed down 23 in the near future, you'll run into that right there at the Franklin Pickaway County line. Down 33. It's going to be wet before you get to Lancaster. Looks like right down there at Bloom. Carol, It's going to be a little wet on 33. A lot of Columbus just has grey overcast right now. The clouds have been low enough that they've actually blotted out our tower Cam on top of our building 48 degrees with scattered showers tonight. Tomorrow showers and 60 degrees and other grade A 74 on Wednesday with a few showers. Marshall Thanks very much 55 right now. The Mark Glaser show with Josh sees Dae man, So we're going to get to the standby because Josh earlier in the show, he lost the bet he and I had a bet. He's.

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"So that is a constitutional law of the city of minneapolis so to reduce the size and actually to eliminate something called the minneapolis police department and create something that might be labeled the minneapolis. Peace officer corps. Whatever requires a illegal change. So that's the first thing. But the second thing that i see as worthy of note is that if the police department were disbanded and replaced that would enable the dissolution or decertification of the minneapolis. Police department union and. That is the goal that we were talking about. Before of that is widely shared that would enable not only the removal of bob dole but his hand successor hand would give a decent shot at recruiting completely new officers. Maybe changing the culture rather than some attempted a band-aid reform. I think in a lot of parts of the world. There is a sense watching what's happened in the last six weeks. The united states that this time it's going to be different. We've we've been close to this point often before we've seen shocking footage we've seen demonstrations we've seen a separations that things will change and then they've reverted but there is a sense that may be coming at this particular time and seeing such an egregious such a flagrant abuse of power recorded on on film that and seeing the the sort of outpouring of anger. Internationally that this time we are actually going to experience. Genuine change even if it takes time and even if it's not as radical as we might initially be calling for. Do you share that sense or are you more cautious in your prognostications will to be slightly humorous but that kind of optimism may be where we see the difference between younger people who are much more hopeful in somebody as old as i am and as jaded as i am so i'd really like to believe in that tential for change but as i said in the article. There's a constant pattern of small reforms that are watered down and returned to trust in a police department that does not negatively impact a large and powerful portion of the population. So i could easily see. Derek chauvin the officer who had his knee on george floyd for nearly nine minutes being prosecuted and convicted and sentenced that leading to some sense of accomplishment. But that's not large scale reform. That would be the punishment. That's back in the bad apple camp rather than the rotten barrel camp and i don't really see. The police are very widely appreciated. That's not a partisan thing with democrats and republicans certainly republicans appreciate them even more but many democrats appreciate them. In as i've already alluded to earlier many black citizens feel a great need for the police department as well so the likelihood of large change to me is less likely in the other thing that i would say that i think is really crucial in answering. That is the corona virus. Because i really do not believe that. The scope of protests ember continuing protests night after night would have occurred even with the egregious video documentation of this murder. I don't believe that would have occurred..

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"The police and as i said. Some of those have been very obscure organizations. They had do believe in some sort of a minneapolis of the future where there would be no police that is defined extremely vaguely but they do believe that but for the city council members who have pushed the charter in that direction and use the term. Defunding the police. What they mean and the way i know what they mean is because they've said it repeatedly and they've written it. I'm not guessing what's going on. In their head is to create a sort of a superstructure that would be called the department of community safety and violence prevention or public safety and violence prevention. And this would be a agency that would contain staff that would be perhaps uniformed or not but would work for the city for homeless contact with homeless population for would contain social workers. It would contain people in a separate part of it that would be focused on chemical dependency or mental health. And the the ethos of the department of community safety would be to start with prevention of violence rather than respond to violence which is the characterization of the police department responding to. They get a call. They respond there is. Maybe we can heal so if other city council members talk about a public health perspective. The public is ill in. Shouldn't be greeted by tear-gas carrying gun-toting police but should be greeted by others particularly when there's a nine one one call emergency response should have different avenues. May be a social worker would be better than a police officer. Within the umbrella of the department of community safety in violence prevention there would still be a licensed minnesota peace officer division and that would very much like the police department although smaller because some of the jobs that the police currently do would be now done by social workers chemical dependency specialists in homeless outreach people at cetera et cetera so be smaller and the chief of the department of community. Safety would not be a police officer. It would be a someone with public health expertise. I think that's the explanation. That many citizens in minneapolis have not heard clearly enough. I think that the city council members are weathering a storm of criticism. And they're waiting to do a more full explanation until maybe the situation is clearer with whether the charter will change or not. But the elected officials that have spoken. August are basically in agreement that this umbrella structure would include something. The looked a lot like a smaller police department and many other staff. The final thing that. I'll say about this strategy. There's two things. One is the the way it's linked to the charter changes. Unfortunately the charter of the city of minneapolis stipulates there will be a minneapolis police department and it even stipulates the size of the police department. There's some sort of formula based on the size of the population and therefore how many officers have to be there..

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"Police union to be left alone but only once in a while publicly in the media reprimanded and the city has paid for to the tune of thirty million dollars over the last two decades at actually. Now with the more with some recent settlements. And i'm not talking about the floyd case because that has not reached a settlement previous ones. That's going to almost double. But the city has paid for the criminal behavior of the police and then left the officers to be undisciplined and continue on the force. Which is a pattern that exists in many many cities across the united states. So that's the reason. Why i mean i think that Mayors are not powerless. And this is one of the differences are one of the reasons why this is. These calls for reform are interesting the calls for defunding and changing the charter that i was alluding to because part of that is an effort by the city council to play a larger role in supervising the police because unlike every single other department in the city of minneapolis the supervisory authority over the police department is vested solely in the police chief and the mayor and in every other department it is in the chief of the department that be welfare services employment parks and recreation whatever it would be the chief of that bureau the mayor and the thirteen city council members so the city council has really been outside of responsibility accountability representation and there may have been reasons to do that in the beginning but that's a reason to really place the focus on the mayor so richard if i were to pause what you've said differently would it would it be a fair statement to say that the powerful position that the police union have managed to negotiate themselves into has been found to be more than acceptable by more than just the police unions and their membership in other words it has served a greater utility for certain vested interests and parts of the community yes and particularly i think one of the things to keep in mind is for officials and others elites who have a city wide perspective revenue a neighborhood by neighborhood perspective and need to seek approval whether it's through election or through their activities with civic organizations. That is citywide. Because when you're at a citywide level you tend to value the perspective of the middle class community white were not but in this case mostly wait they have a larger voice and a louder voice when it comes to things that are citywide. If you wanna run for office says mayor you need a lot of money because it's a city wide position and you need choose that come from organizations like the police union and that q would be that this candidate is not soft on crime and that fray soft on crime is a very profound phrase in the history of the united states certainly since richard nixon particularly democratic party candidates are vulnerable to charges that. They're soft on crime so winning endorsement from the police union is.

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"And in your piece you you use. The word scapegoat in reference to them. And i wanted to get you to talk a little bit about their function because the narrative which has been very prevalent last few weeks is that police unions are the most significant impediment to to reform to progress even to the successful prosecution of officers who have committed acts of violence in the line of an in line of work. Can you can you just tell me to what extent that the none of the immediate problem is to be found in the police unions. You are right. that it does appear. Emmett is accurate. It's not appearance is accurate. That police unions are the major the most major impediment to changes in the behavior of police. Officers they're supposed to protect the officers and their behavior and make sure that the officers are not that discretion is not used against officers who were simply doing the job that they're supposed to do and one thing that is notable is minneapolis in minnesota are locations where union ideology and ideals are still a respected and revered in the united states. There's whole parts of the united states as you and the mongol mattie creators are well aware where unions are negatively seen and but minnesota's not one of those but the police union is quite powerful and has pushed back on and attempts at reform that have gone on from at least the year. Two thousand to the present. Now the reason i use the word scapegoat rather than something that would convey irving blame his because the unions have negotiated those sets of rules that enable officers to do so much under the umbrella of discretion. They've negotiated those with politicians. They do not exist autonomously and that's where. I think that they are a target. Politicians would like to place blame on the unions and and certainly conservatives in the state and there are conservatives throughout the state would like to place blame on the unions. And i do think that media like the wall street journal of course would like to place blame on the unions it's always find any useful to find a culprit that it sort of suggests an easy solution if we could only disband the union that our problems but while i do think that changing the leadership of the union is imperative and changing the rules that the union operates under the enable officers to escape discipline regardless of how many times they've been called up and have their records erased which leads to a lack of information transparency. Wills rules were negotiated by mayors in particular as well as in some cases the state legislature and remember. The state is much more conservative and much less diverse racially than the city of minneapolis. That'd be true. Every place in the united states. so the state legislature has been a a backstop for conservatism. But i wouldn't place all the emphasis on the state legislature there. The mayors and to a much lesser extent. The city council of the city have enabled the police department and the.

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"In my view could be said about chicago and saint louis in philadelphia and baltimore mean few cities. San francisco's a city that to has almost successfully pushed out per partially to oakland harshly do its surrounding suburbs. The poor but that's atypical. Most of the rest of the american cities have neighborhoods or iran. Months that look like they have been untouched decaying for a very long time. So that's the dual reality. The extremes of income inequality and like so much of the united states since the nineteen seventies the middle is decreasing. People are going to the two extremes and the virus which is a short term thing but the viruses dramatically exacerbated those and amplified the visibility of those inequalities because there's whole areas of the city where it looks like very few people are working and other areas that Construction on homes is still going on and restaurants maybe not open for visitors with they're open for an thriving for takeout and to to pursue that theme that you mentioned a moment ago that minneapolis is not an outlier. It's actually typical. The same you would say is true of the way black people. Experience interactions with the police force. Yes just to. Because i'm an academic. I want to be a little bit more precise and say obviously there are differences between city like chicago and minneapolis. In those differences are particularly rooted in the fact that not kogyo black people. Are you know over forty percent of the population in here there about twenty percent. What that means is there's going to be more african american representation on city councils and we're not gonna have you're not gonna have your very first black police chief And chicago will city like philadelphia. Would be even better to compare it to because there. There's been more than one african american mayor as well one other thing. That is a difference. That's note worthy particularly in a competitive situation. Is that in those larger cities that have twice the african american population. There is a sizable black middle class. That has made a significant mark in business and wealth are least income if not wealth and that does not yet exist in minneapolis to that translates to political power. So there's much more and political power. That is different than activists african americans. And i think that minneapolis is more of a activist or were completely disenfranchised in the black community whereas other cities might have a third group that is the middle class upper middle class. Since the killing of george. Floyd there's been a a great deal of media. Attention focused on police unions in the us..

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"Don't even like those words pragmatic and realistic because that suggests that defunding in changing is not realistic. That's not what i want to claim it. All i think that there's more to be understood that is misunderstood in those claims but the let's start thinking about strategy. That's the better way to put it. What do we do next. And that is taking the unity that was produced in the aftermath of the murderer and leading to splintering and many more divisions if we were to take a step back. Minneapolis is obviously a familiar name. To people around world is under under specially now. But i guess we outside the. Us don't have a particularly strong sense of his character but if we do associate things with it is probably things like the performing arts center of business and corporate headquarters and if you click. Pdf says it's one of the largest lgbt communities in the united states. There's a lot of a lot of the things which take into shape external perceptions of it running in that particular direction and your article x plane that well those things may be true. But there's very much another side to it. And it depends whether you're white or black and high your perceptions of what it means to live in minneapolis are can you. Can you speak a little bit about about that sort of radical disjunction inexperience again. I'm going to stick with the sub theme in the article which is that. Minneapolis is really not that different. In many ways from so many other american cities and for that matter so many global cities in terms of the degree of income inequality that exists and that is rooted in an educational inequality that perhaps the minneapolis case has done slightly worse than some cities that do have its wealth is the schools in minneapolis extremely unequal therefore the life chances in minneapolis are extremely unequal. And one of the reasons why. Minneapolis is such a great place for the biking community in the lgbt community. And levers of all kinds of nature whether it's hunting and fishing or hiking and birdwatching is because there's quite a bit of advanced infrastructure in minneapolis. Because there's been a healthy tax base. So parks are kept in great condition because unlike many other cities minneapolis has had a constant flow of revenues and more people who are educated and have the opportunity for good jobs. Continue to move here from all over the country people who are educated other parts of the country. Decide that even with the horrible weather that we have here of extreme heat and extreme cold. They're still gonna live here. The arts have flourished and that continues to be a a magnet for people to come and if you came to minneapolis now one of the most distinctive features you would see is a skyline filled with construction cranes building condominiums some apartments but mostly condominiums townhomes for people that are coming in from the suburbs or coming from all over the country who could be called gentrify fires. That's that's a a whole we don't have to get into right now but clearly people with wealth and strong futures of earning. Find this place for attractive. The restaurant scene the music scene. Even the youth music scene which is not characterized by people who are very wealthy yet is extremely vibrant and yet viewers areas of the city that have no interest to developers and that do not have access to our light rail system the reliant on buses the bicycles and scooters that are a sign of urban professionals and youth. Who have lots of time for leisure and luxury those are scattered in neighborhoods that you could clock by zip code and income and they're absent in other neighborhoods in much..

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"After the demonstrations and rioting et cetera city council has unanimously passed. A resolution to call on the charter committee in the charter is just a word for the city constitution. We just think of. It is exactly the same thing but the charger commission were in charge of changes in interpretations of that constitution. The city's constitution to make a change that would alter the police department. And this is what. I talk about in the part of the article. That was about defunding. We can go into that. That's an important issue. I don't want to focus in this part of your questioning. Basically because there's so much unknown. There is the possibility that the police department would be reduced and even eliminated in some versions of people's understanding of what this defunding police might mean and that scares a lot of people and that's not solely a class or a racial division. There are sentiments that are quite frequent in the african american community that there would be chaos without the police. Even though those same people have had many years of growing distrust of the police for stoppages in traffic. Like i talk about in the article. But they also know their neighbors or their people who prey on their neighborhoods and then for people who are white and whether they're middle-class or not They also have fewer fears of the police. And the idea of doing away with police. Or even reducing the police. There's always been a strong sentiment that the solution to urban problems is more not fewer police and that actually is not something that just White people or conservatives believe the police chief the current police chief chief redondo who is the first african american police chief in the city of minneapolis called for increase prior to the george floyd murder called for an increase of another four hundred officers. So the short answer to your question or the summary answer would be other. Things have seeped back into the public narrative that had been there before and rather than only feeling a resentment towards the police and the union and politicians for this unjust murder. There is a more pragmatic realistic perspective from some yet..

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"July twenty twenty podcast from the mall diplomatic. My name is george. Miller and my guest in this program is richard kaiser who is professor of american studies and political science at carleton college in minnesota. Richard lives in minneapolis. The city that became the center of the world's attention after shocking footage of the police. Killing george floyd was released in late. May as protests sprang up in many other parts of the us and internationally media attention perhaps inevitably moved away from minneapolis demonstrations spread precisely because police discrimination and violence against black. People is far from uniquely minnesotan. But there's value in looking at local circumstances as richard kaiser notes in his article in the latest edition of le monde diplomatique. All but eight percent of minneapolis police department officers live. Outside the city they police many supplemental salaries with private security contracts when the mayor band so-called warrior style. Police training police union president. Bob crawl offered it free paid for out of union funds. Deescalation crawl insisted was not in his offices. Nature and protesters were part of a terrorist. All this forms part of the background to calls to defend the police and if change is going to happen it's in the local context of local politics that it will have to happen so in this podcast. We're going to focus on minneapolis on the ways. It's like other big. Us cities and in the ways in which differs. When i spoke to richard at home on the eighth of july i began by asking him if it was possible to sum up. The current mood of the city like most cities in the united states. Minneapolis highly segregated city so in certain neighborhoods. There's still an intensity and a continuing resentment in that intensity of the police and the issues that led to marching and demonstrations are almost as fresh as they were in the first forty eight hours After the police murder and every day there is a story about one of the four officers who have been charged or about. George floyd's life in his road to from houston to minneapolis which is a narrative of recovery and rebuilding himself in many neighborhoods and those will be neighborhoods that are both neighborhoods People of color and low income and also some of the wealthier neighborhoods that Have certain privileges that enable them to stay focused on the wrongs and injustices that have been the focus of the demonstrations but in many other neighborhoods. There's a pushback that has been developing. That is really about the future. I have not seen any change in the attitude about whether or not george floyd was murdered by the police unjustly. Sometimes you're there are indications as indicated in my article there's character assassination of the victim. And then there's a movement towards well. Maybe he deserved. Maybe he was a troublemaker. May be the police. Probably had just 'cause i have not seen any of that in minneapolis. Thus far but what i have seen is pushback against the proposed changes to the police department. Let's the stage that we're in now. In minneapolis the what's next..

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"minneapolis" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Redo we are black. Yeah just being black. You can have a certain kind of car. They'll start you. You can be walking across the street a certain way it you know. So that's a quest- there's no answer for that. Dome know what to do and I don't know what to do. I don't even know what to tell my kids to do. And that's the hardest thing in the world because I'm not with them every day. I don't know what to tell them to do. But you gotta tell them what every black parent has tell Carlisle. Do all the lights in the car. Put Your hands on the steering wheel. It's the same. You have to tell them that. No such deal get shot and then is still possible Unbelievable I know you get choked. You all right. We'll be back with more of the Steve Harvey Morning. Show coming up right after this. You're listening to hiding morning. Show some podcast Sir. Light and fun and fluffy my podcast. Isn't I mean unless you think of podcast about a teenager picking up dead bodies for a living is lighten fluffy? I'll tell you this much growing up in a funeral home is killing me. My name is grant and these are my funeral home stories. Listen to season three of my funeral home stories on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Renowned Buddhist author and teacher Jarvis Masters has steadfastly maintained innocent since he was sentenced to death almost thirty years ago on a new podcast. Dear Governor Jarvis poses the question. Can you have to be by the execution of one in command from the confines of his nine by four? Sell in San Quentin Jarvis will share his riveting life story how he has managed to maintain a sense of optimism in the most dire circumstances are their their mind by now. That was the Riber Hell. He'll provide the details of the bloody murder trial that landed him on death. Believe they found that women. I would not josh here. Details from inside the Court Mrs Attorneys fight for his final state with newly disclosed evidence. That bolsters is claims of innocence. Will the California Supreme Court exonerate him reaffirm? His death sentence listened to dear governor on the iheartradio APP on Apple. Podcast or wherever? You get your podcasts..

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"minneapolis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In Minneapolis and they're here at the fair for the first time that's correct why did you want to be at the fair just to reach out to get you know let people see our bikes in person and talk to people in person as opposed to through our you know social media channels or or our website has has it made a real difference too I bet oh my gosh it's great to actually you know let people touch and feel books and telemarketer yet exactly what our bike why why our bikes are unique and I learned a valuable lesson earlier this week that you actually are not allowed to go biking at the fair yeah did you get arrested by the feds did I wish I had that would have been a great no I didn't but but while it is a really smooth ride so you actually grew up in bikes yeah M. south Minneapolis so my my dad started a bike shop in uptown in nineteen seventy four and so it was that called the alter the alternative he asked around twenty four than had been forever and then now they're on a lake in Lindale just just south of does your dad still do yeah he's still running the store really competition no he sells my bike one level higher than kind of cool does he I know like on this much about bikes which is nothing because I am not very good at riding bikes my daughter can attest to that but one time one time Jesse on an illustrated fixation with this vineyard we were going to go on a family bike yeah never again there were tears all.

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"minneapolis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Minneapolis. Tensions ramp up between the US and Iran. I'm Carmen Roberts, Fox News, Iran's rub illusionary guard claims that shot down a US drone Thursday as relations between the two countries, spiraled downward, the reported shoot down of the argue for Global Hawk comes after the US military previously alleged Iran fired a missile at another drone last week. That one was flying over to oil tankers US claimed Iran attacked in the Gulf of Amman, a spokesman for US central command. Responding to this latest incident says there was no drone over Iranian territory. An independent United Nations report, calls for an investigation into Saudi Crown prince for his connection into the murder of journalist in Turkey. The report finds credible evidence to warrant further investigation into Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman. This follows the killing of Washington Post columnist and Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi, the UN report states. The kingdom of Saudi Arabia is response. For the death kashogi was an outspoken critic of the crown prince. But the kingdom continues to blame rogue Saudi agents for carrying out the journalists killing last October, because Shoghi was last seen alive entering the Saudi consulate and Turkey. The Trump administration has expressed doubt over whether the crown prince was involved. Fox's Tom Graham Sacramento. Police trying to end the standoff with the man firing a rifle who seriously injured up lease officer,.

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"minneapolis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Minneapolis. Superstore, shooting mature Jordan, Fox News. A man is dead into other people are heard after being shot inside a southern California Cosco Friday night. The gunman has been apprehended police in corona about fifty miles from Los Angeles shoppers, ran for cover after hearing. The gunshots, people were inside some locked offices inside. But for my understanding people were able to flee because I do know some people were injured, you know, tripping over, you know, getting to get outside. Several witnesses say a man with a mohawk was arguing with someone near a freezer section when he pulled a gun and he fired at least six shots. The suspect was taken to a hospital protesters in Hong Kong can celebrate lawmaker suspending a proposed extradition Bill indefinitely. The measure would enable authorities to send some criminal suspects to stand trial in mainland China, the US consulate. In a statement, said it welcomes the decision Hong Kong's leader, has not withdrawn the Bill hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong residents took to the streets to oppose it. President Trump blames Iran for attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. The US. Military released video showing Iran's revolutionary guard removing unexploded mind from one of the oil tankers the same type of mine was found on four other tankers last month. The secretary of state also blamed, Iran for those attacks the Iranian president denies the charges in the US government has been violating all the international structures and regulations during the previous two years, according to a US military source in recent days, Iran has tried to shoot down an American drone on two separate occasions. His Lauren Blanchard eight Texas sheriff's deputy was found inside his car with a fatal gunshot wound the vehicle parked in Fort Worth parking lot near the county jail. I don't think there's an immediate danger to the community. We've got a larger you're scoped off and, and things are unraveling and we're figuring it out. No suspect has been identified. Investigators are now pulling surveillance video from a three.

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"minneapolis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"minneapolis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Minneapolis. Rallying the faithful and slamming the opposition nine. Lisa lacerra, Fox News. President Trump in Michigan in his first public event since the release of the summary of the Muller investigation. Steve Rappaport has more live Lisa despite feeling vindicated. President Trump isn't quite ready to forgive and forget Russia, which was a plan by those who lost the election. To try and illegally regain power by framing innocent American. But he's ready to get back to business. I am fighting for you, and your jobs and your life and your community with everything that I have Michigan played a significant role in the president's election upset he became the first Republican to win the state in nearly thirty years. Lisa Steve house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff is not satisfied with a summary of the Muller report, the counterintelligence concerns that animated the investigation in the first place may ultimately have the more profound impact on security and policy, and we therefore await the publication of the model report. Many Democrats are calling for the full release attorney general bar has reportedly said some grand jury testimony will be redacted the federal government accusing Facebook of housing discrimination. Hud secretary Ben Carson says tech companies are collecting your information, but shouldn't use. It to target housing adds to you. What really is worrisome to me? As fact that you have these giant technological institutions like Facebook who mind data, they take personal information.

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