28 Burst results for "Mister Brooks"

California Mother Reacts to Her Child Being Coached Into Transgenderism at School Club

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 5 months ago

California Mother Reacts to Her Child Being Coached Into Transgenderism at School Club

"Of this mother in a California school who found out that her daughter was being coached into transgenderism that she was going to secret meetings basically at an LGBTQ club that wasn't called an LGBTQ club It was called something else and these teachers were admitting The Epoch Times is in Astoria on this and they have emails and communications between the teachers going well we obfuscate the name of this club so we don't alert parents She was coached into the transgender lifestyle right under the mom's nose And then she was helpless to address the issue You know what Let me let her tell her story and be prepared This woman is emotional And this is the Führer in the passion that every last one of us needs to have when it comes to what is happening in our public schools Go ahead and hit it Jim You allowed these teachers to open their passions teaching predatorial information to a young child a mindful child that doesn't even know how to comprehend it all Did you think the no parent would ever come forward You will not quiet me today I will stand here today and protect my child along with every other child who has not come forward yet Do they have psychiatry degrees that I was unaware of Because I didn't hire them They're nitpick my child's brain You took away my ability to parent my child Even before I had any knowledge you planted Steve's miss caldera and miss Barack mister brook and you missed staggering Your job was to educate my child in mount Science English et cetera Do your job and let me do mine And my child needed your aid and resources They pushed it in the face and tonight I will stick up

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"mister brooks" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on KOMO

"First degree intentional side regarding victim B is a class a felony again the maximum possible seconds is a sentence to imprisonment for life On our common news line right now ABC News crime and terrorism analysts Brad Garrett former FBI agent Brad is it safe to say this guy should have been in jail I think that's an understatement manda He's a classic example of a poor bail risk I mean there's a warrant outstanding for him for bail jumping Then maybe the local court didn't know that But ends up in my view being more of an art than a science but there are clear clearly people like mister Brooks who have a long history of domestic violence who get out of jail and go back and revised the people that they were originally in jail for Which recently occurred with mister Brooks They're not safe to have on the street but judges face these dilemma of what do I do with them that if the jails are overcrowded if there's issues of speedy trial just about every state has it impacts what judges what decisions they make This clearly was the wrong decision There are all kinds of Christmas parades How do you keep these events safe Despite the fact that you are a large jurisdiction a small jurisdiction you still have to accept the reality that somebody might try to harm folks at the parade with a car or truck or whatever it might be And so you have to figure out ways to block the Main Street So someone could not readily like mister Brooks apparently did drive into a parade What do the big cities do They take dump trucks and fire trucks and they block entrances and exits and cross streets So it pretty much eliminates at least a car ramming situation Crowds like that obviously are difficult to control anyway That'd be a individual by individual somebody could be armed of course something could go bad But you have to at least note the obvious and take precautions against it Brad thanks for sharing your thoughts this morning have a nice Thanksgiving Maybe see new crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett we appreciate your time This has been a como morning news rewind with manufacturing Greg Herschel on komo news.

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Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks' History of Crime

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks' History of Crime

"Daryl Brooks killed 5 people and possibly many others we don't know. We pray that those people make it through. He was charged previously with recklessly endangering the safety of others. In a very recent case, he purposefully ran over a woman, with his vehicle at a gas station. In the case this month, the woman told police Brooks purposefully ran her over with his vehicle. And she was walking through a gas station after he had followed her there after a fight, according to a criminal complaint. The woman was hospitalized for her injuries, so he has a tendency to run people over with his car. Daryl Brooks junior does. And yet he was released on a $1000 bail and is now a mass murdering terrorist. I'm already gonna tell you this is gonna unfold. The media will ignore this. They will not cover this. They will move on to their next thing. Front page of CNN dot com suspect and parade may have been fleeing another scene. It says here on the front page of CN. 5 people are dead and more than 40 are injured after an SUV, plowed into a Wisconsin parade. Officials believe the suspect was escaping another incident. Oh, that makes a perfectly fun. No pictures, no information around the person who did this, of course not. The Milwaukee county district attorney's office issued two counts of second degree recklessly endangering safety and Fallon in possession of firearm in 2020. Cash bail was originally sent at $10,000 and then reduced to 7500. Unlike some other states Wisconsin requires a payment for the full amount of bail in any criminal case. In February 2021, the state was prepared to proceed with a scheduled jury trial, mister Brooks was still in custody on this matter, and previously made a demand for a speedy jury trial. Because another jury trial was still in progress for the same court, the defendant's demand for a speedy trial could not be met. The case was adjourned and bail was reduced to $500.

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If Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Was White, Leftist Media's Take Would Be Drastically Different

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 6 months ago

If Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Was White, Leftist Media's Take Would Be Drastically Different

"Cut 12 Fox News reporting on the Christmas parade in Waukesha cut 12. Fox News alert. We are awaiting a news conference this hour from a Wisconsin children's hospital where at least 18 children are being treated following the deadly incident at a Christmas parade outside Milwaukee. 5 people were killed and more than 40 injured after an SUV tore through the crowd. Foxes told police have taken in 39 year old Daryl Brooks as a person of interest. Brooks has an extensive criminal history and we could learn more when we get an update from police later this afternoon. Extensive criminal history. If mister Brooks was white, it would be wall to wall coverage. Nonstop, focusing on his skin color. People would already have to be apologizing, in fact, all the woke pastors out there, they would already being sermons on how we need to heal our racial divide. But instead, because Daryl Brooks, the black supremacist terrorist is black, I don't really know how the media is explaining this one. They say, oh, he was fleeing the scene of a crime. It's perfectly understandable, then. You know what? Honestly, it was racist for the parade to get in the way of his getaway scheme. That was the problem. The problem is that the color guard and the marching band, how dare they? Get in the way. Of his getaway. Didn't they know that criminals need? Open roads and streets to be able to flee the scenes of a crime?

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"mister brooks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It begins what what what I just don't want to be in violation of maybe about apple won't right here do you think that you'd be in violation of something if we if if you were to drive your vehicle if if you know if that's possible for me to park near lock the car they do everything that I need to do within the first all orders there right number three my daughter's birthday was yesterday on this record we take it from here press as for me yes or no one of the few Hey it's yes or no it's completely up to you okay so he agrees that if the question was will you take a breathalyzer he didn't really answer the question of frustrated police officers asked asking again and again I got the guy I mean he seems like a pretty good us guy he's very drunk and he was driving his car and he's in there and people you know mothers against drunk driving and as the saving thousands of lives on the highway police officers are very strict with drunk driving and and and he did take a breathalyzer and it showed about it like a one point oh something on the the breath wise we could see it on the body camp and I and then they they say the explains to amaze as well listen do you know your way over the limit on the breathalyzer on the field test so we're going to take you into custody or under arrest tonight move his arms to start putting handcuffs on him and at that point he decides that he's going to attack the two police officers beat them up all three of them are suddenly on the ground both body cameras fly off of the police officers they are Mister Brooks gets a hold of a taser from one of the police officers while they're fighting all right there and their punches being thrown by Mister Brooks and and that he's got the taser and what what about dark one pan from that tasers fired early on that he takes off running and and that police officers chasing after him also about number two all right I think you've had too much to drink and drive as much as one point again what about by really starts fighting them.

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"mister brooks" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Shooting not reflect any fear or danger of Mister Brooks we've concluded at the time Mr Brooks was shot he did not pose an immediate threat of death or serious physical injury to the officer or officers did you did you conclude that now no serious threat of death or injury to the officers so I got to get this right to my face and he's are you that's not a threat of death or immediate injury to the officer but issue is according to the actual charges filed against the officer plus I will note that two weeks ago the same DA prosecuted officers on the basis of using a taser and called the taser a deadly weapon I think my favorite part of this particular clip is that there's a picture of the man who's speaking right behind and speaking which is one of my favorite things I always love that sort of stuff that that little detail where there's a picture of you behind you as you speak is pretty spectacular Jim Acosta infinite regress and arrogance here is this year charged with aggravated assault of art ms pilgrim and this is for pointing a taser at Mrs are pure room and is maybe if you all know on the George Amal a taser is considered as a deadly weapon under Georgia law all is it is it now well that's weird case dismissed I feel like I mean like that the defense attorneys all they do is play the tape of the DA saying this in the case is dismissed then you're just gonna lie about that he also has one officer has become cooperative witness this is the second officer is now cooperating with us and is a cooperative state witness there's only one problem with this the attorney says no not true just why not no that's not that's not the case we're not going to cooperate with this yet because he's railroading people because our officers Brosnan is now becoming a cooperating witness for the state we are asking the court to grant a bond of fifty thousand dollars and to allow Mister office of bras and then to sign that bond as I indicated that he would become one of the first police officers to actually indicate that he is willing to testify against someone in his own department this is a lie it is not true the attorney for the other officer whose name is Devin Brosnan he said he's cooperating with the Fulton County DA's investigation met with the eighty eight yesterday but he has not agreed to be a state's witness or testify in any court hearing or to plead guilty to any charge the decision to initiate charges by the Fulton County DA's office is a rational obviously based on factors which should have nothing to do with the proper administration of justice this is not a rush to judgment it was a rusty rush to miss judgment according to the lawyer he also said that Ned Brooks used a taser he took from rising against the officer as he resisted arrest and later ran from the scene the lawyer says the browsing system burns from the taser tell me also states number two began violently resist arrest presence had hit the asphalt parking lot he was later diagnosed with a concussion but don't worry she was not a danger to anyone Bronx is this a perfectly insane I mean perfectly perfectly inside but apparently all this is okay yeah again the the only piece of new evidence against you got from the DA was the still photo of Ralph kicking Brooks we haven't seen the actual video so we don't know what was happening at the time other than the still photo this is the only piece of new evidence which would suggest that even if that was the case he ran up to the guy and kicked him on the other piece of evidence he says that he sent his partner I got him which by the way is not evidence he tried to murder somebody your friend caller suspect an FHA case or you shouldn't use I got him that doesn't mean I wanted to murder the black I just had a thirty minute conversation with in the parking lot of Wendy's that is not what that means is that evidence of intent to murder idiot is the full county did put out the kick okay the case is an assault charge with assault that's called an assault charge somebody's family murder for taking somebody that is not that's not how this works that's not how this works at all what we discovered is.

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"mister brooks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To ray shard Brooks this is basically where it begins what what I don't want to I just don't want to be in violation of many bad apples won't mark busters right here do you think that you'd be in violation of something if we if if you were to drive your vehicle if if you know if that's possible for me to park near lock the car they do everything that I need to do within the president of the world I have orders that right number three my daughter's birthday was yesterday on this record we take it from here press as for me yes or no I wonder if you say yes or no it's completely up to you okay so he agrees that if the question was will you take a breathalyzer he didn't really answer the question of frustrated police officers asked asking again and again I got the guy I mean he seems like a pretty good as guy he's very drunk and he was driving his car and he's in the and people you know mothers against drunk driving and there's the saving thousands of lives on the highway police officers are very strict with drunk driving and and and he did take a breathalyzer and it showed about it like a one point oh something on the the breath wise we could see it on the body cam and I and then they they say the explains to amaze as well listen do you know your way over the limit on a breathalyzer on the field test so we're going to take you into custody or under arrest and they move his arms to start putting handcuffs on him and at that point he decides that he's going to attack the two police officers beat them up all three of them are suddenly underground both body cameras fly off on the police officers they are Mister Brooks gets a hold of a taser from one of the police officers while they're fighting all right there and their punches being thrown by Mister Brooks and and that he's got the taser and what what about dark one pan from that tasers fired early on that he takes off running and and that police officers chasing after him also about number two all right I think you've had too much to drink and drive as much as one point I can't wait by really starts fighting them it's.

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"mister brooks" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Coast to coast in order to order to shine the taking out his taser and yelling at him to stop fighting stop fighting Mister Brooks grabs the taste commitment troops get shop workers Hayes are falls over and lands on his head on the pavement and gets a concussion we have the medical records which did the angels had no interest in saying we've got the medical records to show that he has a he has a concussion he's got fruits is on his legs right on his knees are injured on his arms we are being fully cooperative and answer all the questions that they have or the G. B. I. has I we've already arranged to have the G. B. I. interview next week but he's not a state's witness or defense witness he's with us he's going to answer anybody's questions accurately and if an officer Ralph subpoenas and chill answer his questions right now the DA is charged with a crime so he's a different path and he's not going to answer you know the DA's questions you know and while they bring these false charges against him so you know I regret that the district attorney apparently was given misinformation yesterday and and also Bronson is not going to be a quote states witness which is you know kind of TV talk he's either going to be a witness and describe the facts hours can be sitting next to me at counsel table he's not cooperating against anybody he's going to he's going to provide accurate information about what happened he's gonna describe what's in these videos and these body cams he's been described what he what he saw what he heard during these events no witnesses or witnesses they're not they don't belong to either party they don't belong to the prosecution's doesn't belong to the state that is not going to testify against someone right now we are focusing on you know the defense of him the false charges that the description he brought against him which by the way have nothing to do with the shooting but the you know the allegation that he was too slow in rendering eight which is just preposterous if you look at the videos are off the roads and the DA says officer Rolf kicks Mr Brooks twice after he was shot on the ground did you see that happening I do not if you look at the video you know what happened after the scuffle is that is that also a prostitute got a concussion he was thrown to the ground he was shot by his own taser and he walks up and starts running up and here's the shots and is disoriented not only from a concussion but but five the crowds that are more he started yelling and and he's disoriented doesn't know he doesn't even know who shot the gun and he actually hides behind a car when he hears the gunshots and then walks up to the scene so he didn't see you know I'm sure Ross first encounter with Brooks and so we can't provide any information about that at all one way or the other if you just look at the video you'll see that he knows very little about what happened during the initial encounter any certainly rendered aid as fast as he could or other officers there also were standing there he also possible that without concussion is the only one not the other officers who show up actually starts rendering aid and doing CPR and putting coagulant and up and up in the wounds and the compression bandages and he's gets charged he gets charged with failing to render aid were all these other police officers were just standing there all right our to Sean Hannity show and as you can hear that is the lawyer for the for the second officer who says his client server this concussion we did know that the prosecutor didn't tell us that when he went out with the charges he said he's not a state witness the DA's charges against his client he says are false and that officer Brosnan cannot recall officer roles initial encounter with Rey Shahr Brooks because he was he had a concussion and he'd been tased he was the only officer there rendering aid to raise shard Brooks from the beginning in other words this is not what the DA said that in any way shape manner or form the other day now we get into the issue of all right this happened in Ferguson my sources very early in in Bergesen said that there were numerous minority witnesses that would corroborate officer Darren Wilson's story as it relates to the events that were unfolding there with Michael brown and that the initial encounter in fact did happen when Michael brown reached into that card to try and grab that officers god and that's what a shot went off nobody was injured with that shot and in fact it was Michael brown racing towards officer Wilson who said to stop stop stop afford deadly force was used there that's why I didn't come out the way that people thought it was going to come out remember the person involved in the in the robbery with Michael brown was the one that came out with the phrase that everybody then repeated it acted out hands up don't shoot or whatever the that phrase was at the time and the same with Ferguson as with Bergesen same with Baltimore I knew early on that there would be no convictions there and I said so at the time based on all of the fact finding we were able to do fairly easily by just making some telephone calls and talking to people I'm working through some sources etcetera so now we have the issue of over charge now we have the issue of okay you can indict a ham sandwich because you only hear one side of the story from a prosecutor from a DA but then we go back to where we were yesterday and well just a couple of weeks ago we know that in fact that the very same prosecutors said that a taser is a deadly weapon as it relates to the use of force laws in Georgia anyway Leo Terrell is whether a civil rights attorney Geraldo Rivera of fox news legal analyst author of of course the best seller Geraldo and you know Leo I look I look at this case and I'm listening to this defense attorney and this is only for you know stage one and what is going to be probably a long analysis of every single frame the video that every single angle that we have what eight eight different cameras now John you just laid out the beginning of the end of the prosecution case you know when a prosecutor Brazil eight yeah to prevent another factor compared not only of course but the public at this prosecutor came out couple days ago into Ole miss the information that you articulate the concussion affected with this Orian is the fact that he was injured but that the other with other officers and render aid how can she honestly expect the public to accept what he was preaching as charges have been big the very key clear statement that this officer is testifying as a witness not the way it is but a witness and it would be a conflict of its own interests to be a state witness when the state is bringing charges against him it just proves one point which has been clear from the outset this prosecutor is trying to win reelection he thinks he's playing politics he's using these two officers John as part of his campaign strategy and there's no question the fact that you know they wanted black white said Meryl these officers were black I don't think it will be over charging and I was seeing some of these claims charges against the officer eventually being met you know her although I know you take a little different view but you you also likely believe that this was way this was an over charge in every particular way correct are you absolutely sure this was a preposterous over charge there's no way that this was the kind of premeditated felony murder that you would need to to invoke a a possible death sentence I think is that it is when you think about you know what a child killer that kept the baby's head or or mass murder or a you know a terrorist you you couldn't think of places where at the death penalty is arguably appropriate in this case.

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"mister brooks" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Know Mister Brooks wasn't the victim he was the aggressor everything he did led to the shooting and now we know thanks to the Daily Mail not CNN not MSNBC or The New York slimes of the Washington compost rainy the rest of the crap now the Daily Mail a liberal British out no one no thanks to them that Mister Brooks had to be worried that I do you I would wind up putting him back in prison and what do we get commenting on all this social behavioral professors why do I give a damn what a professor has to say I want to circle back to the court the Supreme Court is destroying itself and you can thank justice Roberts and other justices on the court for doing exactly that losing respect maybe not Washington DC but in much of the rest of the country because it is denying us our representative government it is undermining the constitution these justices are expected to uphold and they swear to uphold and this is exactly why I have in my book the liberty amendments that no just that should serve more than fourteen years now you might say what about Clarence Thomas what Clarence Thomas is in the minority it's not about Clarence Thomas it's about getting control over this it's becoming quite as I pull up your it's amazing with the celebrate when it actually uphold the constitution Chuck Schumer celebrates when it doesn't that's my point why have a lifetime appointment people gonna make personal policy decisions of them wrap them up in the constitution while there while they're undermining the constitution what's the point I want to walk you through memory lane a few these justices in who they are just so you understand again that these are not particularly special people although some special people have been justices but not all that's for sure there have been that many of them John Rutledge was appointed by George Washington in nineteen in the seventeen ninety five by recess appointment he also became the nation's second Chief Justice after Jon J. is a United States senator from South Carolina wrote that after the death of his wife his mind was frequently so much deranged as to be in great measure deprived of a census in other words he became demented he had dementia brother just depression was so serious that he made two failed suicide attempts one shortly before and one soon after the Senate rejected his nomination said the recess appointment and then he didn't get the final appointment Henry Brock Holst Livingston pointed by Jefferson in eighteen oh six he killed a man in a door before his appointment Henry Baldwin pointed by Andrew Jackson in eighteen thirty in eighteen thirty two it was reported that he was quote seized today with a fitted arrangement less than two weeks later Daniel Webster led a friend to the breaking out of judge of Baldwin's insanity so he had to make the Democrat party's about to nominate somebody who's got issues with that matter Robert C. Greer these for salt spring court justices appointed by James Polk in eighteen forty six he suffered paralysis in eighteen sixty seven and thereafter began a slow mental decline Chris cases most troubling because he was the wrong it was the swing vote in one of the most important cases of his era Hepburn versus griz walled which struck down the law allowing the federal government to print paper money Chris demonstration of mental incapacity during the conference discussion was such that every one of his colleagues acknowledged that action had to be taken and here we are as a nation watching the same thing with Joe Biden but they pretend it's not happening Nathan Clifford was appointed by James Buchanan in eighteen fifty eight appeared of mental decline suffered a stroke in eighteen eighty just before the beginning of the October term hello justice Miller described the situation judge Clifford reach Washington on the eighth of October a babbling idiot what I keep thinking about Mister minister I saw him within three hours after his arrival he did not know me or anything and there was time frame words there was no sense to them he kept the seat until eighteen eighty one for years and years Stephen J. field appointed by Abraham Lincoln in eighteen sixty three was one of the longest serving justices and you never heard of as Chief Justice William Rehnquist has written at the end of field service he became increasingly lame it often seems lethargic to his colleagues during the winter of eighteen ninety six ninety seven his condition worsened and his questions in the court room indicated he had no idea of the issues being presented by council Joseph McKenna I can I was appointed by William McKinley in eighteen ninety seven his mental faculties began to decline C. approaches eighties after Chief Justice Taft failed to convince McKenna that it was time to retire have called a meeting of the other justices had his home they decided they could not allow the kind of the cast the deciding vote the court's decisions from then on they agree that if there was a split vote among them they would change their votes and not allow the case to go forward the court did hold a few cases over into McKenna finally agreed to retire in nineteen twenty four James C. Mike Reynolds here's a doozy Nick Reynolds was appointed by well known segregationists them big time progressive William excuse me what her Wilson in nineteen fourteen and he was a notorious anti semite he said he didn't want the courts quote played with another Jew on quote there's no official photograph for the court for nineteen twenty four because Mike Reynolds refused to stand next to justice Louis Brandeis the court's first Jewish justice he would leave the room whatever Brandeis would speak in conference was also openly hostile toward the second U. S. justice Benjamin Cardozo he often out a brief or record in front of his face when Cardoza delivered an opinion from the bench what opinion day.

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"mister brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Far Mister Brooks was asked whether or not he had a weapon are he indicated that he did not without any resistance he passed his driver's license to the officers and the officers will ask Mister Brooks whether or not he would consent to a Pat down or stops providing church and Mr the hell that I just hear oh my gosh strap it everybody that was yeah I know I because I was I kind of wanted to just like keep going with it because it's we got a lot guys some of it I will I really want you to pay attention to because there's a very important thing that I think is developing with in as the as part of the charges that were brought against your welfare who was the I caught that fired a shot at ratio Brooks of course those charges were announced by the DA you heard that audio they're just stop just that was just yesterday right after reading a little bit after radio welcome to the show my name is Dana lash at delos on Twitter official election Facebook all three hour simulcast on channel two forty eight Pluto TV via the first Facebook and YouTube so let's just start right and we're gonna get into the Jack of stuff as well V. I'm kind of of two minds on it since the decision just came down right before about an hour before we came on air I like to do usually kind of summer in things before I am watch a full lawn I'm gonna discuss until you were my thoughts are but I I mean there is a problem with executive orders and I do have a concern as to what first off I think John Roberts is a total failure and an embarrassment to bush he's he's bush's mistake just like standard o'connor was Reagan's and hopefully Gorsuch what proved to be trump's but there I'm I'm of two minds we'll get to that like I said it happened right before the show I usually like to simmer and stuff right take it and and all of this nature before I take a dare but first up though D. insane press conference D. the charges that have been brought against former now Atlanta police officer Garrett Ralph by the Fulton County DA Paul Howard and you heard audio of Howard they're announcing a leaven charges against the former cop one of which felony murder which is a capital offense meaning if they were to convict him of felony murder you could have they're all face the death penalty this is unbelievable especially given that we've seen we saw what Ralph was dealing with and we didn't receive one video we there's eight different apparently there are eight different videos out there I've seen five of them there are eight different videos out there and of the five that I've seen from multiple angles I absolutely believe that Ralph was justified now I've seen other people and I have I have friends who have tried to there are there are more of a capital a libertarian and they try to say well you know drunk driving that's not that is not a capital offense knows our capital offense but you know what get you capitalized is fighting a cop assaulting him stealing his taser and pointed at him as he runs away don't sit here and talk to me about tasers in a deadly weapon because I've come ready to hunt bear you're gonna sit down and you're gonna watch the receipts fall including from Paul Howard himself I got case law about it we got Paul Howard charging through six cops with assault with a deadly weapon using a taser not two weeks before and he's all I we got audio of him going yeah it's a deadly weapon Saddam so I was watching the video here of Garrett Ralph and he was I mean I don't see how he was not justified and I say this as someone also who's taking hours and hours and hours and hours and hours and hours I was defensive training including the legal thinking that goes with that because you have to be able to answer for that for your actions legally if they should be at they should be prosecuted a court of law so the charges include felony murder capital offense and idea to charges of assault with a deadly weapon this is the thing I also very much concerns me and we're going to talk with any McCarthy about this a little later on this is why this concerns me they're charging they're charging Garrett Ralph with assault with a deadly weapon because he drew his gun first and pointed it at at a ratio Brooks and assault with a deadly weapon because he shot at him now if you're a police officer one of the big jobs of a police officer is you chasing you apprehend criminals act and sometimes as a police officer and it is rare if there is a violent altercation and the individual who you are pursuing then presents a threat to your life or a threat to the life of others then the use of deadly force is authorized and so now they're trying to classify as because of the assault with a deadly weapon classification of his reaction and his policing there with Richard Brooks I believe that this is going to set up if they have a success on this limitation on use of deadly force for police because if we're going to categorize policing and drawing a gun as a cop on someone as assault with a deadly weapon if they're going to treat.

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"mister brooks" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Ground shook a weapon which is that DA said two weeks ago is a lethal weapon under Georgia law and guess what it is many hills on the officers as he was running from that why would you just say that say that he never displayed aggressive tendencies why would that even matter if you displayed some aggressive tendencies leading up to the incident the actual fighting V. wrestling on the ground which broke almost had showed bad technique yeah you're real tough guy it's easy to be getting paid millions to sit in a fancy CNN studio rewards other people write for you and and then talk about how you're like a real tough guy that would know exactly how to wrestle an assailant to the ground at night in the dark on the street where you know you don't know what's going on but I digress the DA went further than that describes described Brooks as cooperative throughout thirty giving he was peacefully sleeping in his car after he was awakened by the officer he was cooperative and the he was directed to move his car to another location he calmly moved his car Mister Brooks was asked whether or not he had a weapon are he indicated that he did not without any resistance he passed his driver's license to the officers and the officers then asked Mr Brooks whether or not he would consent to a Pat down us us a body search and Mister Brooks allowed them to search and then the search yielded no weapon so I guess there was no problem right in the way these guys talking about the way this DA Paul Howard describing the exchange Mister Brooks here the deceased I was completely doing everything they were supposed to do no problem no threat peacefully sleeping in his car that was the quote that's what the DA says in Atlanta about a man who are driven so drunk we drive through that he fell asleep in active traffic while out on parole for other crimes did you get any of that sounds from this did you get any any inclination that there was perhaps some problem that ratio R. Brooks was posing no no he was fine he was great he's a model citizen up until the big bad mean and then they implied racist cop shot him said that afterwards after he was shot they stood on it you know they stood on the shoulders arm for a second he has a deer tasers hands they just had a violent exchange people's adrenaline is absolutely firing and that sounds about right so why would he kicked him afterwards maybe he was nudging him with his foot kicking with his foot call whatever you want to see if you know he was still a you don't know if you hit this guy really you know where he's been hit so easy to be there you know that the perfect Monday morning quarterback on this especially with the political pressures which we all know right I mean this cop this cop is being said to the mob and they might try to put a bag over his head and lethal injection is arm for serving his community that's right that's what they're gonna do this cop it's appalling it's disgusting what they're doing and if you're not I mean it just the way they even broke down well let me let me come back and tell you a little bit about some of the charges that they threw at the cops here including a felony murder charge which could send him to a lethal injection you're on edge all day and usually poorly at night if that's your new normal you'd be wise to try CBD you are the potential health benefits of CBD right very impressive.

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"mister brooks" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Ralph the shooter of Mister Brooks in the Wendy's were fair a felony murder that that carries the death penalty do you think they were overcharged because they're trying to assuage a mob that burned down the Wendy's among other things or do you think possibly that the DA is over charging because he's running a top election and just trying to look very law and order and to peace the mob at the same time what do you think I think it's B. I think they're trying to to keep the mob quiet and Jerry in Natick I'm sorry we had to interrupt your train of thought because we had a break what do you think it will open a shop close by saying yes I yes I agree with you yes and with regards to the case people think it's not legal what certain other people out there have been cases of a kind heart attacks as a result of that experience and then died that was not the intent but that was the end result but innocent scenario it doesn't have to be like that it could be that the tasers deployed on the officer incapacitating the officer allowing Mister Birks time in access to the officer's service weapon and now you got a lot not a whole different kettle of fish that you're dealing with so that's the issue with that okay well you know I I don't disagree with you I've learned a lot about tasers in the past week things that I did not know before Jerry so I if I'm told by texture here nine seven eight that's when I fired one fired a taser sounds close to a gun shot combined the two circumstances suspect spot was assaulted attempted to grab their far around hello my Darling pumping the suspect turns the fires what depending on adrenaline looks and sounds like a gun he thinks the officer she thinks the officer felt his life was in danger and or in serious danger of serious bodily injury and does not think charges are warranted so and you agree with that you think is a rush to judgment here I don't yeah I don't you know it does it but it sounds to me like it's a modern day prosecution that is not deserved yeah I was going to use a different phrase but I stopped okay I thank you for calling Jerry I appreciate it and thank you for taking the time and trouble it there is there a lot of questions here and I think they would have best been served by having an investigation I'm not rushing to judgment I think Mr Brooks death really needs to be investigated I think I it it you know I understand the argument for excessive odd that there was excessive force but I think what's happening to this police officer is atrocious that the DA also says that Brosnan he's the other odd other police officer the ones originally from Massachusetts has now become a state witness meaning that he is willing to testify against Ralph but presents attorney says that no no that's not true it says that he is cooperating with the DA's investigation and he's met with the D. with the DA an investigator and his answer the questions he turned over his phone he's in the process of providing medical records and photographs of his injuries he has not agreed to be a state's witness or testifying any court hearing or to plead guilty to any charge and that attorney Bryson's attorney calls the decision to bring charges irrational and you know it and what this is what this is specifically what the DA with the I. defense attorney statement says this was not a rush to judgment this was a rush to miss judgment shame on the district attorney for this abuse of his charging power shame on the district attorney for not honoring his oath to uphold the constitution and shame on the district attorney for this rush to miss judgment what do you think do you do you agree with that is the defense attorney right do you think that this is a rush to judgment Greg in western mass welcome to W. RKO Hey there I'm so I think this is just another example of the disconnect that is the result of that that has eight of the black lives matter movement okay so you know the gentleman here you're just speaking to you can hear the anger in his voice yeah where add it in anger that I I don't know this person obviously but generally it's generalized ing be angry conservative white guy which I'm assuming is but I might be wrong but sit back and go ask when they hear another black guy get killed by a car so I think they're going to belittle people who aren't black you when they hear about a black death I don't think all all people who are not of color go ask when they hear of so called but that but that but the people that are going to get really angry about that and are are more than likely not be got people that are demanding that we find a solution you dig deep deep racism in our country so this kid who is really good for forty minutes and then everything went loose like you think it was good until it was bad yeah you know it you know when you've got young black kids that brought their whole life story you know you know they are watching the news realizing that it was a young kid Greg first of all don't don't don't be thinking that you're young kids being shot up in the okay yeah realizing realizing that that getting you know get bigger front there was a police officer could be the end of your life we have no idea about that big jump back and then all of a sudden you realize wow what they get to back it up we start I may never go home you know this is that is that is the essence of the black lives matter movement that is the reality of a black man in this country edit what we end up with is our couple you know cops that end up being falsely accused I gotta tell ya that pile is still significantly smaller than that be a pile of African American men that have been imprisoned ogle are barred for things they didn't do have been shot on the street first art when they shouldn't have been yeah we're talking about hundreds and hundreds of years of African American band being treated like garbage in there I do not disagree with that great but before you finish let me just make this point though about what you just said and that is basically I don't know if you meant to say this night but you just said so what if a couple cops are are over charged because look at the other side of the ledger and live with with the four hundred years of oppression and and treating African American males in particular African Americans badly neither one is right just because there's more on one side that doesn't mean that you have to you have to put up with more on the other side they're both bad situations and you need to stop both of them and when you see in front of you you have to stop it and what we have in front of us right now R. two police officers perhaps and I don't know because I would really like to see the Georgia bureau of investigation report I'd like to know exactly what happened but what we're seeing in my opinion is a rush to judgment to stop a mob and I.

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Prosecutor: Officer kicked Rayshard Brooks after Atlanta shooting

Dana Loesch

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Prosecutor: Officer kicked Rayshard Brooks after Atlanta shooting

"The charges there levied against a former Atlanta police officer in the shooting death of recharge for the charges include felony murder and aggravated assault in Fulton County DA Paul Howard laid out new and disturbing information in the case against Garrett Ralph including what happened in the moments after the shooting while ray shard Brooks lay dying officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the second officer on the scene will face charges as well but he is cooperating with prosecutors Chris camp ninety five point five WSP that second officer Devin Brosnan is facing three charges including aggravated assault

Officer Murder Assault Paul Howard Garrett Ralph Mister Brooks Devin Brosnan Atlanta Fulton County Ray Shard Brooks Chris Camp
"mister brooks" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on KCRW

"Not reflect any fear or danger of Mister Brooks but their actions really reflective of the kinds of emotions Brosnan faces three charges including aggravated assault both men have until six PM tomorrow to turn themselves in for NPR news I'm Alex I'll make in Atlanta the day after president Donald Trump signed an order aimed at problems in the nation's policing system Republicans in the Senate are out with their own plan today the GOP proposal meant to counter policing legislation proposed by house Democrats and staying clear of federal mandates of the justice act it's a direct response to recent public protests of the job of George Floyd encrusted Minneapolis police sent a proposal to establish a database to track excessive use of force complaints restrictions on choke holds a new commissions to study law enforcement and race John Bolton writes that president trump asked for China's help in winning the twenty twenty election NPR's Frank or donors reports such as one of the regulatory allegations former national security adviser makes in his forthcoming memoir in his new book John Bolton writes that president trump pleaded with his Chinese counterpart xi Ching paying ten crease purchases of soybeans and wheat to boost trump's electoral prospects with important farmers during a dinner at the G. twenty summit last year in Osaka trump and she were talking about the importance of the bilateral relationship when trump according to Bolton stunningly turned the conversation to the election and ask her she's help he adds quote I would print trump's exact words but the government's pre publication review process has decided otherwise in an advance copy of the book obtained by NPR pulled recounts several instances that purport to show trump's decisions being driven by political ambitions Franco or Dona as NPR news nation's homebuilders will bit busier in may after a major downturn caused by shutdowns related to the corona virus commerce department reported today home construction rebounded by four point three percent last month to an annual rate of nine hundred and seventy four thousand units after declines in both of the two previous months makes close on Wall Street today the Dow was down a hundred and seventy points the nasdaq up fourteen points the S. and P. fell eleven points you're listening to NPR then from the David Barnett foundation news room this is Casey R. W. on Larry pearl it's a Wednesday June seventeenth here's what's happening at five oh four unarmed social workers instead of police would respond to nonviolent call for services in Los Angeles under a proposal now before the city council the motion was signed yesterday by six of the council's fifteen members this calls for police reform continue across the county the motion proposes using teams of trained city county and community based professionals such as homeless outreach workers to handle certain emergency situations but includes mental health crises and substance abuse calls about eighty percent of their calls are like social service related then twenty percent of their calls are law enforcement long time LA city councilman herb Wesson told KCRW that city officials are paying close attention to the voices of people who have been demonstrating in the streets since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis as a black who's been on this planet well more than sixty years I can say to you without walls that this is one of the greatest opportunities in my opinion that this country has ever had to make substantive changes where relates to eliminate inequities and disparities the motion was introduced the same day that the city council voted to look into cutting up to hundred one hundred and fifty million dollars from the police budget and using it in community programs the only unified school district says a metal recycling business next to Jordan downs high school in what is endangering students and staff in a lawsuit filed this week the school district says the facility is releasing jagged pieces of metal and smoke and fumes on school grounds the only times reports that the district is seeking a court order forcing S. and W. atlas iron and metal company to change the way it operates among other things L. UFT alleges metallic dust is composed of lead arsenic and other hazards at least a purple shimmer on the blacktop at the school students inhabit have Rick recreated their high school in a video game Rebecca pitch a Towle and Caroline Lovett spent eighteen days in used more than nine point eight million blocks to build western center academy in the game minecraft minecraft version of the western center academy was a hit with their classmates visits from students and other players are down and server space pricey so they say it may not be up for much longer support for NPR comes from C. three C. three dot A. online software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale.

Mister Brooks
"mister brooks" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"After the shooting did not reflect any our danger of Mister Brooks but their actions really reflects with all the kinds of emotions Brosnan faces three charges including aggravated assault both men have until six PM tomorrow to turn themselves in for NPR news I'm Alex I'll make in Atlanta the day after president Donald Trump signed an order aimed at problems in the nation's policing system Republicans in the Senate are out with their own plan today the GOP proposal meant to counter policing legislation proposed by house Democrats and staying clear of federal mandates of the justice act it's a direct response to recent public protests of the job of George Floyd in custody Minneapolis police sent a proposal to establish a database to track excessive use of force complaints restrictions on choke holds a new commissions to study law enforcement and race John Bolton writes that president trump as for China's help in winning the twenty twenty election NPR's Frank or donors reports such as one of the regulatory allegations former national security adviser makes in his forthcoming memoir in his new book John Bolton writes that president trump pleaded with his Chinese counterpart xi Ching paying to increase purchases of soybeans and wheat to boost trump's electoral prospects with important farmers during a dinner at the G. twenty summit last year in Osaka trump and she were talking about the importance of the bilateral relationship when trump according to Bolton stunningly turned the conversation to the election and ask her she's help he adds quote I would print trump's exact words but the government's pre publication review process has decided otherwise in an advance copy of the book obtained by NPR pulled recounts several instances that purport to show trump's decisions being driven by political ambitions Franco or down Jens NPR news nation's homebuilders were a bit busier in may after a major downturn caused by shutdowns related to the corona virus commerce department reported today home construction rebounded by four point three percent last month to an annual rate eight of nine hundred and seventy four thousand units after declines in both of the two previous months makes close on Wall Street today the Dow was down a hundred and seventy points the nasdaq up fourteen points the S. and P. fell eleven points you're listening to NPR live from KQED news I needed him the California highway patrol spent thirty eight million dollars responding to recent protests against police violence and racial injustice here's KQED's Brian what the civil unrest prompted the CHP commissioner to declare a tactical alert on may twenty ninth putting officers on twelve hour shifts and on a path to racking up more than four hundred thirty thousand hours of unanticipated overtime more than seventy thousand of those hours were worked in Los Angeles county which declared a state of emergency that means the state will be able to use disaster assistance money to pay for some of it the highway patrol said its tally to state lawmakers who were already looking at the twenty five million dollar spent deploying eight thousand National Guard soldiers in response to the unrest I'm Brian what KQED news the U. S. Senate passed legislation today to dramatically increase funding for national parks the bill would also guarantee millions of dollars a year to improve city parks pools and other facilities in California Paul Rodgers managing editor of KQED science and environment writer with mercury news has more the bill which goes next to the house would make two landmark changes first it provides nine point five billion dollars over the next five years for national parks national forests and other public lands second it guarantees nine hundred million dollars a year from offshore oil drilling royalties for city parks something needed to keep pace with population growth environmentalists have pushed for years for the measure but only recently with the November elections looming have Republicans and president trump jumped.

Mister Brooks
"mister brooks" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on WTVN

"Charades is this point all along with the start of the hi this is who was fired in the but I don't know if you can see it clearly the strongest three actually partners of the Wall Street so the position all officers off duty Tom this is Bruce or or mix this automobile if we look at the next full draft right if you look at the next photograph will see that the positions of both parties they've changed our Mr Brooks has now moved away from his usual position and we estimate the distance is probably about twelve feet and officer office moved about fifteen feet from the position he end up with is always number one the second Bob video or six seals shows of the very instance the shot was fired into the path of Mister Brooks and we have also this is in the distance they are part of that time was fifteen feet three inches at the time that the shop was five so based upon that.

Tom Bruce Mister Brooks officer Bob
"mister brooks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This isn't the George Floyd case there's a whole right up on the those six police officers and what this district attorney charged them with and how he conducted himself a conservative review under Daniel Horowitz from several days ago you won't find anywhere else five of the six are African Americans this isn't a race matter the charge against the five of the six or the six at all that's not about race what took place the Wendy's isn't about race another factor in this Daily Mail piece they tell you that one of the officers kept Mister Brooks when he was shot down on the ground that's what the prosecutor says you know what you can hear in the video according to the Daily Mail that the price of the police officer who shot Mr Brooks I was giving him CPR and begging for Mister Brooks to brief please brief Mister Brooks Mr Brooks brief the prosecutor didn't mention that today how come and there's a lot of this which is why you don't do what this prosecutor did at his president and try your case in the media absolutely not just unprofessional unseemly disgraceful you have a case spring but you don't do this and first degree felony murder cap but now not even close I'll be right back in.

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Prosecutors have announced charges in a fatal police shooting in Atlanta that sparked demonstrations in Georgia's capital against police brutality Garrett Rolph the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Richard Brooks in the back in a Wendy's parking lot will be charged with felony murder and ten other charges your Spalding county district attorney Paul Howard you can not even fire a taser at someone who's running away so you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away some of the other charges include aggravated assault for firing his weapon in a crowded Wendy's parking lot piercing a vehicle with three people inside the DA said there's a lot of video evidence and witness testimony from the scene officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the DA says that Devin Brosseau in the other officer in the case has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and has given testimony as a state's witness I'm Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Prosecutors have announced charges in a fatal police shooting in Atlanta that sparked demonstrations in Georgia's capital against police brutality Garrett Rolph the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Richard Brooks in the back in a Wendy's parking lot will be charged with felony murder and ten other charges your Spalding county district attorney Paul Howard you can not even fire a taser at someone who's running away so you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away some of the other charges include aggravated assault for firing his weapon in a crowded Wendy's parking lot piercing a vehicle with three people inside the DA said there's a lot of video evidence and witness testimony from the scene officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the DA says that Devin Brosseau in the other officer in the case has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and has given testimony as a state's witness I'm Jennifer king

Atlanta Georgia Garrett Rolph Officer Richard Brooks Murder Paul Howard Assault Ralph Devin Brosseau Jennifer King Spalding County
Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Prosecutors have announced charges in a fatal police shooting in Atlanta that sparked demonstrations in Georgia's capital against police brutality Garrett Rolph the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Richard Brooks in the back in a Wendy's parking lot will be charged with felony murder and ten other charges your Spalding county district attorney Paul Howard you can not even fire a taser at someone who's running away so you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away some of the other charges include aggravated assault for firing his weapon in a crowded Wendy's parking lot piercing a vehicle with three people inside the DA said there's a lot of video evidence and witness testimony from the scene officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the DA says that Devin Brosseau in the other officer in the case has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and has given testimony as a state's witness I'm Jennifer king

Atlanta Georgia Garrett Rolph Officer Richard Brooks Murder Paul Howard Assault Ralph Devin Brosseau Jennifer King Spalding County
"mister brooks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And I still by your opinion Sir but I don't feel the shooting was was was justified in I've read today that Mister Brooks if he would have been arrested if you were to he was probably go to jail because he had four priors he's been on probation so I believe that's why he was running but I've seen the video a lot of times two seven SP two cops who are just about there to chase down Mister Mister Brooks it's it you gotta you gotta you gotta do better you this discount without fire that gun because Mr Brooks was not moving very fast he was inebriated taking down hopefully backup comes and helps out but here it is another sound bite from sheriff George Alonzo Williams in Burke county Georgia he was on CNN he is saying that this was a totally justified shooting he has a thirty year career he's been the leader of three different law enforcement agencies his specialty is training officers in use of force listen to his comments again he says the officer was fully justified in shooting Sir necessary the Fourth Amendment allows it this is the objective reasonableness standard and there's there's nothing malicious or sadistic and the way these offices behaved and it's very unfortunate that the law enforcement leaders and the state of Georgia have not come out and stood together on this case I think it's political and and it it it's it's senseless all right let's go to Jan and Kyle with mark Melinda in ed hello Jan good afternoon you guys aren't always agreeing with that sheriff but I only had to carry as at first until I heard about the policy that you guys just said of the Atlanta department at first saying it depends on the trailer model and how many feet away they were and if they were still in range so they were out of range and therefore he could immobilize them then I don't think the shooting was justified necessarily leads are going to have to do some explaining how some accountability but if there were still within range and he's still a lethal threat to them because I mean my god he bought both of them off already warns and so it can easily the closer you are to them the more dangerous a situation because he definitely could've immobilize them definitely were gone they worry about them going for the gun and shooting on them and then there is a big a loaded weapon you know and so anyone else who comes in their path could be in trouble so it to me it depends on how close knit within range they were that cater to very prove he's willing to shoot him in the face of it in trying to shoot him with a taser and immobilize them all right Jim thank you the DA says it's very clear cut they do not allow officers in Atlanta to fire their tasers or guns at a fleeing suspect period and that's that's their policy you can definitely see where they're coming up with the charges it's not the policy and I well I don't know if it's a policy analyst around I'm thinking about the a black teenager who got shot by the black police officer who was running towards like officer at the time remember that case when he was naked I don't know what I don't know what the Austin model is on that how do how does that case she decided tie into this about fleeing or running because there's a black youth who who was naked was running and he was running away from cops and a cop was at his patrol car that afternoon and the youth came naked running towards the top towards a squad car any shot and bom bom and kill them cop was fired all right here the numbers five one two eight three six zero five ninety three twenty six news headlines coming up next mark Melinda on news radio que L. B. J. if you are suffering right.

Mister Brooks
Prosecutor: 2nd officer in Rayshard Brooks' death is cooperating, faces 3 charges including aggravated assault

Howie Carr

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Prosecutor: 2nd officer in Rayshard Brooks' death is cooperating, faces 3 charges including aggravated assault

"Eleven criminal charges including felony murder filed by prosecutors in Fulton County Georgia against the now fired Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolph after last Friday's shooting death of ray Sharpe Brooks outside of a Wendys once Mr Brooks was shot there is an Atlanta policy that requires that the offices have to provide timely medical attention to Mister Brooks are the anyone who is injured Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard announcing the charges said the other officer at the scene Devin Bronson was charged with aggravated assault and will be a witness for the

Murder Fulton County Georgia Garrett Rolph Ray Sharpe Brooks Paul Howard Officer Devin Bronson Assault Atlanta Fulton County
Former Atlanta officer who shot Rayshard Brooks charged with murder, other offenses

Sean Hannity

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Former Atlanta officer who shot Rayshard Brooks charged with murder, other offenses

"So these are the charges that are we have had filed a date signed by one of our Superior Court judges are these eleven charges against officer Ralph are the first charges felony murder this is a def that is in as a result of a underlying felony and in this case the underline felonies aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and the possible sentences for a felony murder conviction would be life life without parole or the death penalty now he's also charged off by in in the arrest warrant with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and this is H. R. A. H. I count charging him for the shooting of our Mr Brooks and a possible sentence for aggravated assault is when the twenty years the second or the third aggravated assault account is father shooting towards our in direction of Mr Melvyn Evans Mister Evans was the person who was seated in the car we have the picture of the screen of WSB news time is three forty eight listen to live coverage of the Fulton County Paul Howard and discounts is the place that Mister Evans and his two companions were driving and the shot was fired and I believe we've also got a photo of the shot that ended up in the vehicle thank you gotta stand up and so with Carol for against miss officer Ralph it charges him with aggravated assault for Frank firing the weapon are in or in the direction of Danielle Killian's who was in the passenger side of the drug front seat of the car our next live our account five or is an aggravated assault charge and this was they charge for shooting towards or in the direction of Michael Perkins Mr Perkins was seated in the rear of this same vehicle R. at that time there's a charge for criminal damage for shooting into that vehicle also officer Ralph is charged with seven violations of office each one of those carries a one to five sentence these are violations of his oath of office for the city of Atlanta arresting Mr Brooks with the U. R. without immediately informing him of the arrests are shooting a taser it Mister Brooks while he was running away which again is a a violation of it landing zone SO P. R. thirdly excessive force when shooting a firearm at Mister Brooks and number four is the failure to render a timely medical aid those are the four violations of of the HF is for kicking Mr Brooks and the possible sentence for kicking Mr Brooks is from one to twenty years and we actually have a photograph of the arrest warrants announced

Mr Perkins Michael Perkins Fulton County WSB Mr Melvyn Evans H. R. A. H. Superior Court P. R. Mister Brooks Atlanta Officer Danielle Killian Frank Carol Paul Howard Mister Evans Assault Murder Ralph
"mister brooks" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The seventy forty one minutes and seventeen seconds now this is a another important consideration that we discovered as we evaluated this case Westminister bridge was shot there isn't Lana obviously that requires that the offices have to provide timely medical attention to Mister Brooks are the one who is injured but after Mr Brooks was shot for some two minutes and twelve seconds off their walls no medical attention apply to Mister Brooks we examine the videotape in our discussions with witnesses what we discovered is during the two minutes and twelve seconds that officer Ralph actually Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground while he was there fighting for his life secondly from the videotape we were able to see that the other officer officer Bronson and actually still on Mr Brooks's shoulders while he was there struggling for his life we were able to conclude based on the way that these offices conducted themselves well Mister Brooks was lying there the demeanor of the officers immediately after the shooting do not reflect our danger of Mister.

Westminister bridge Lana Mister Brooks officer Ralph officer Bronson
"mister brooks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"U. R. of the a little police department's own procedures require that that person is an informed immediately that they are under arrest in the end he was great in the end he was grabbed from the rear by officer Ralph who made an attempt to physically restrain him after the forty one minute seventeen second this question we concluded includes it as our one of our important considerations that Mister Brooks never presented himself as the threat of at the very beginning he was peacefully sleeping in his car after he was awakened by the officer she was cooperative and the he was directly to move his car to another location he calmly moved his car bombs to bridge was asked whether or not he had a weapon are he indicated that he did not without any resistance he passed his driver's license to the officers and the offices in the **** Mr Brooks whether or not he would consent to a Pat down or I do search and Mister Brooks allowed them to search in the search yielded no weapons we found that it was of interest that in the offices the bridge down are they noticed there was a bold you his pants they did not pull that item out of his pocket they took because the bridge is word that that goal which represented a number of dollar deals but I missed the group's.

U. R. officer Mister Brooks Ralph who
"mister brooks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"mister brooks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Do he says yes Mister Brooks did admit he had been drinking he was honest it is let me call someone and just get a ride home this is Justin Miller the attorney making that point they didn't have to take this man or attempt to take him into custody because he was sleeping in his car he was trying to do the right thing he didn't want to drive drunk he was stopped he was not a threat to anyone they could have taken his keys they could have said Hey what's your wife's number car letter come pick you up tell me he was trying to do the right thing he was in his car to drive through it happened in many people before Melinda let me check it it passed out of the drive through sleeping in the drive thru yeah that's doing the right thing he's still here and doing the right thing would have been when he noticed he was drunk call somebody there to come and pick him up Largo the only drive through in the past out and say he was just sleeping in his car no he wasn't I think those days are long ago and far away when the police would let you go and say okay walk home or have a friend with you get in that car was your friend to sober and that's it those days are gone all right let's go to Martin in south Austin he has a comment on mayor Steve Adler and the corona virus situation good afternoon Martin welcome a good afternoon really and scared a little bit more towards and and other people out there I hear people say they're misguided they don't understand and I know exactly what they're doing listen to Malaysia they know interacting with their game they know exactly what the consequences are we need for you to start shifting your focus from the they don't know what they're doing today they know what they're doing so then you can go to the next step and figure out what's engaging in in my mind they're either trying to destroy capitalism and make everybody dependence on them and the government always them who is them Sir I would say it would be those who want to buy up a lot of property very cheaply okay right now we're Democrats so say Democrat what I think also is another option here is that when people can't pay their taxes on their buildings they're going to go up for auction they're going popcorn for sale opinions on the dollar this would be a great way for people who have a lot of money to buy up a lot of property very cheaply so yes we moved the arm injury they don't know what they're doing to the they know what they're doing aspects of then you can then take the next step and try to figure out why so you can maybe try to stop them all right Martin thank you did he persuade you ed no thanks for the call Martin keep calling but he keeps all of I'm getting messages from people fell asleep during the difference in the lives of Wendy's and Jack in the box and when they were younger so it's happened but not with these terrorist horrific consequences all right we have sports talk coming up a real quick block buster promo for the show it knock it out of the park the odds of Texas are upon us and we'll hear from a former longhorn football player on his feelings about ending the scene of the eyes of Texas coming up all right forty six sports talk ed Jason BDO and the.

Mister Brooks
Video appears to show a white woman setting fire to Wendy's in Atlanta where Rayshard Brooks was killed

Chris Plante

06:14 min | 2 years ago

Video appears to show a white woman setting fire to Wendy's in Atlanta where Rayshard Brooks was killed

"Talking about the police shooting in Atlanta Georgia Friday night riot Saturday night the Wendy's burned by some white girls the some of those some of the audio is actually a little bit humor with the bystander apparently a black guy watching this white girl try to torch the Wendy's and he's like don't give this one else there's that making video of this white girl trying to not doing a very good job but I guess eventually got it set on fire real good and there's a ten thousand dollar reward out for this handy for looking white girl who was there being an arsonist because you know they're not very well adjusted something like that it is a another at that no matter how you slice it another tragic situation with a twenty seven year old man Richard Brooks who was shot to death on Friday night drunk driving stop failed to preserve radi testa place went to put the cuffs on him to arrest him for his drunk driving offense he decided instead to start punching them and fighting the man down and that was a pretty capable of doing that and two police officers fighting and everybody's on the ground there there did at least minor injuries being doled out and and brochure Brooks grabbed the taser from one of the police officers that tasers going up he's running away the taser goes off again and Mister Brooks is shocked and and he was killed and and it was one of these situations where I gotta tell you know we all sit here like referees watching instant replays on on these these circumstances because everything's on video now and I watch about an hour and a half worth of body cam video yesterday and and I I don't know him did he did he have to shoot Richard Brooks when he's running away did you have to know what is the training what is the what is the normal procedure he was being perfectly reasonable during the sobriety test and so on until they went to put the handcuffs on him and told him that he was impaired and they were placing him under arrest and then a felony assault on a police officer repeated counts of stripping the place up sort of taser weapon they're evading the police running away on foot and then turning on and fight if he hadn't pulled the taser and turned and fired the taser I don't think there'd be any question and that the police officer should not have shot and and still let's look there's going to be it's going to be hotly debated there's not going to be a lot of agreement on this I can I can assure you that it's a terrible set of circumstances then came the riots and the burning of the Wendy's at the CNN crew was assaulted by the mob and their their camera was damaged or destroyed or or something and and so there is some is tab for more riots and and and it's not perfectly clear cut some eye witnesses and this is a classic example I witnesses who who saw it from afar said everything was perfectly going perfectly they're having a reasonable conversation all true until bystanders said the witness said that until they went to arrest him for nothing well they didn't go to arrest him for nothing they went to arrest him for drunk driving after going through what they call an investigation the procedure that sobriety tests and and and you know walking follow my finger and then blow into this tube and I had a failed miserably at the sobriety test he was being taken into custody because drunk driving is taken very seriously and they don't just let people go when you're caught driving drunk these days and so he was when he was being taken into custody decided to fight the police grabbed a taser and run and and it ended up being fatally shot being killed by the police now whose fault is that if that's the question that made that the answer is relay the escalating it to that judge to that level was the fault of Richard Brooks you know he's the one who assaulted the place and took off and took the taser and fired at now are in police training says that if you may be incapacitated as they buy a taser then you may lose control of your service weapon and that's very much frowned upon and if somebody's willing to beat you throw you to the ground punch you take your taser and and and pays you you should also probably assume and I think training would teach that that person would also be capable of taking your pistol from you and then your and a whole nother level of danger and and so I played audio from the fraternal order of police guy who said that in most your as the training is that a taser is a lethal confrontation because you could be incapacitated and you have a firearm and so it is according to most police training that the FOB guy said that he has a lethal encounter or a potentially lethal encounter and that and that legitimizes lethal force watching the video you might not come to that conclusion and I know I'm kind of I'm kind of angry about it to tell you the truth because I wish that this hadn't happened and and wouldn't happen but the ideas don't drive really really drunk passed out in your car in the drive through line at the Wendy's when the police come a day they told him to pull his car over there and he drove it up over the curb and crashed into the bushes and stuff and then when you're caught for drunk driving in the place got a put the cuff Sonya don't attack them and commit felony assaults on police officers and take the taser and run away shooting the taser at them all of that is behavior that is not recommended behavior at and the police officer shooting I can't get inside of his mind at that moment and know exactly what he was thinking but he had just been punched and kneed and thrown to the ground and pummeled and and was in a fight the adrenaline was pumping and piece of art police equipment was taken that can incapacitate a police officer who has a pistol and if he is incapacitated is pistol could be taken and so goes the training all right so according to the F. O. P. anyway so there we have it and and it's and it's just a horrible situation another tragic horrible situation

Atlanta Georgia
Medical examiner: Rayshard Brooks' manner of death a homicide

Steve Harvey

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Medical examiner: Rayshard Brooks' manner of death a homicide

"Ryszard Brooks the man killed by the Atlanta police department after a confrontation at Wendy's Friday night the subject of our calls this morning died after two gunshot wounds to the back says the Fulton County medical examiner he died of organ damage and blood loss the medical examiner concluded after the autopsy the manner of death has been classified as a homicide both the county DA Paul Howard released a statement about it on Sunday said today members of my staff had the unfortunate duty of witnessing the autopsy of Mister Brooks and as part of our continued investigation the officer who shot Brooks has been fired Howard said he will do determined by this week Wednesday if the officer will be charged with a crime Brooks twenty seven years old the father of four children shot after suspected DUII led to a

Ryszard Brooks Wendy Paul Howard Officer Duii Atlanta Fulton County