8 Burst results for "Mister Bryan"

"mister bryan" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

04:45 min | Last month

"mister bryan" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"When we got to live with it, it's one more question I got before we move up and move on to the upcoming field that you all are doing to kind of unpack some of these traumas, which is triggers, but you said something that I wanted to go back and give a little pushback on, but not in the sense of like combating it, but how do we solve it? And it was passion around generational wisdom and what I'm learning and even for myself after going through therapy after learning, connecting with individuals like yourself and getting mentally educated on certain terms like trauma and triggers and boundaries and things like that. You can't pass down wisdom that you don't have. And so it's a lot of the stuff that we want to pass into the generations, but we don't have to even think about financial wellness. We want to pass that on to our kids, but we wound up putting our kids in the same predicament because we don't have the tools to necessarily get ourselves up. And so I'm thinking about that to see what your perspective will be on it. No, great point. I think that's part of the issue. I've always called for every program that I've been a part of, I've always tried to initiate some type of parent or caregiver or guardian like programs. In other words, every program should have a parent component. Because to your point, many, many parents, and they'll tell us in emails or calls. Like, look, mister Brian, I don't know what I'm doing or mister Bryan, I need some extra help..

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"mister bryan" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"mister bryan" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Can't pick it. Huh? No, you can. Go ahead. Be my guest. Brian, Charles town, Indiana. Leo Laporte, the tech guy. You can't pick a hoosier. That's for sure. Hello, mister Laporte. Hello. Mister Bryan, welcome. I have a question about KVM switch software. I'm currently running and put directors. It runs great across three computers. Windows 10 is what I'm running on. But I would like to run a KVM switch software on Ubuntu or a Cody box or something like that. So you want to run it, but not with hardware just to all do it in software. Is that what you're doing? So the only one I'm familiar with, which is open-source works cross platform Linux Windows and Mac. Raspberry Pi two is called synergy, they want you to pay for that makes me mad. It used to be free. It was open-source and free for a long time. Yeah, I loved it. In a company called seamless bought it. But I bet you that somebody must have forked the original synergy code. And in fact, there is a program called barrier barrier. Barrier, which is I believe the fork. If it looks exactly like synergy, the fork of synergy to keep it synergy was open-source. So you know when you have an open-source project. It is on GitHub, DE is from debauchee, and it's called barrier. It was forked from synergy core. So it's going to be very similar to the program. We know and love. Now, I haven't tried it. I stopped using synergy a while ago. Not because of any problem, but it just was kind of finicky to set up. It uses the Wi-Fi network. To do it, and you have to open ports to allow it and so forth. This will be very similar. And it looks like it's being actively developed. So certainly want to take a look at barrier barrier. Thank you so much. Yeah, you're welcome. Yeah, I remember because when I saw that similar wanted to charge me for program I'd used for free for literally 15 years, I was a little mad. I don't mind paying for it either. It's a subscription. Yearly subscription. It's not that fancy. You're being too fancy. So give that a try. Let me know how it works out for you, actually. All right. I appreciate it. Thank you, Brian..

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"mister bryan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:01 min | 7 months ago

"mister bryan" Discussed on WTOP

"The go WTO P never this a moment good afternoon I'm Shawnee Anderson I'm Hillary Howard we've got Mike jakes as our producer coming up Breaking news life in prison the sentence for the three white men convicted in the murder of ahmaud Arbery will have a special report just to end A record number of kids under the age of 5 in the hospital because of COVID The Supreme Court hears arguments against two big pieces of White House's pandemic response effort Is it time for The White House to take a new approach to dealing with the coronavirus On Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller And a Hollywood legend has passed We'll look back at the life and career of Oscar winning actor Sidney Poitier Three 31 CBS News special report the three men convicted of murdering ahmaud Arbery have heard their fate Gregory mcmichael and his son Travis mcmichael have both been sentenced to life in prison without parole Their neighbor William roddy Bryan with a different sentence judge Timothy Walmsley Mister Bryan to life with the possibility of parole on count three Arbery's mother Wanda Cooper Jones had addressed the judge earlier today These men deserve the maximum sentence for the crimes Among never say they were to them He never threatened them He just wanted to be left alone The judge was silent for one minute before announcing the sentences he said that represented a fraction of the time that ahmaud Arbery was running The chase was about 5 minutes long in the Georgia neighborhood The men were found guilty of killing the 25 year old black man in February of 2020 CBS News special report I'm Stacy Lynn Knew this afternoon American kids under the age of 5 are in the hospital with COVID at a startling rate The CDC now says the hospitalization rate in these youngest kids has surged to more than four out of every 100,000 That's the highest levels since the pandemic began The rate for kids 5 to 17 is just one in 100,000 CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says because young children are too young to get vaccinated It's even more important for older kids and adults to get their shots to protect those around them Meantime oral arguments were presented today in the Supreme Court regarding the Biden administration's nationwide COVID vaccine or testing requirement for large companies The case involves the national federation of independent business and the Labor Department in the state of Ohio which challenges the vaccine requirement as unprecedented government overreach But solicitor general Elizabeth fri loger says it is not Congress charged the agency with setting nationwide standards to protect the health and safety of employees throughout the nation and Congress specifically appropriated money to osha to address COVID-19 in the workplace Justice Steven breyer questioned the consequences if the court were to issue a stay in the requirement and if doing so would lead to more COVID related deaths Linda kenyon CBS News Washington Justices today also heard arguments regarding The White House's COVID vaccine requirement for some healthcare workers to lawyers arguing against the mandates had to do so remotely because both have tested positive for COVID-19 Some health experts say it's time to consider what they call the new normal of COVID-19 and they're urging The White House to take a new approach More on that from Capitol Hill and Mitchell Miller Health experts who have advised President Biden in the past are urging the administration to adapt to changes related to the virus That includes treating it like other respiratory illnesses such as the flu since vaccinations are helping to lessen COVID severity But in an interview with W TOP vice president Kamala Harris says the emphasis on getting shots should remain It is indisputable at this point that being vaccinated being boosted will essentially save your life Well health experts agree they say it's important to keep looking forward and.

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"mister bryan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:37 min | 7 months ago

"mister bryan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"5 years concurrent to count 7 That is life plus 20 years Roddy Brown I do want to separate a little bit because the state is making a different recommendation And despite the back and forth that mister Goff and I had during this case I do want to point out a couple of things that he raised and I think are appropriate to raise with regard to the sentence As far as the remorse I think roddy Brown stands in very different shoes It is obvious from the beginning That he questioned the tragedy that had occurred at the scene It was on I believe but I can't remember whose body cam but the body cam in fact questioning whether or not what had occurred had occurred And then took steps early on in this process I think that demonstrated that he had grave concerns that what had occurred should not have occurred And I think that does make mister Brian's situation a little bit different However mister Bryan has been convicted of felony murder And I do not believe it can be disputed based on the facts of this case that the verdict wasn't appropriate based upon the evidence presented at least and when I say appropriate what I mean is legal Because I believe there's been some discussion about some differences between mister Brian and the mcmichaels There may be some differences but it does not change the fact that was it not for the fact that mister Bryan used his vehicle in a way to impede mister Arbery's Course of travel This may not have ever occurred and that is sufficient for felony murder He did cooperate with law enforcement I will point out mister Goff 17 ten one B there's actually a case out of chatham county that says it would not apply to the circumstances of this case So the court recognizing that mister Brian's position is different Again mister Bryan was found not guilty on count one and count two Court sentences mister Brian to life with the possibility of parole on count three count fours vacated count 5 is vacated count 6 the defendant was found not guilty Count 7 merges into count three The defendant is sentenced to ten years consecutive to count three on count 8 and 5 years concurrent with count 8 both of those counts though will be suspended sentences Which gives mister Bryan a life with the possibility of parole sentence Those are the sentences the court having pronounced sentence first with regard to Travis mcmichael Mister mcmichael you are hereby notified that under the law of Georgia you entitled to appeal the guilty verdict of the jury And if you decide to do so you must file your appeal within 30 days of this date You're also informed that you have the right to retain a lawyer of your own choice to represent you on your post trial motions and appeals to the appropriate appellate court of Georgia If you can not afford a lawyer the court will appoint one for you You are entitled to and will be given a transcript of all pretrial trial and post trial matters without cost to you If you can not afford a transcript You may file a motion for a new trial or you may appeal your case directly to the appropriate appellate court of Georgia for review You are also advised that the statute of limitations for habeas corpus in this state is four years in the case of felonies And one year in the case of misdemeanors the statute begins to run from the date the conviction becomes final And just to be clear on the record I'm going to go through the statement with regard to each defendant So as to Gregory mcmichael you are hereby notified that under the law of Georgia you are entitled to appeal the guilty verdict of the jury And if you decide to do so you must file your appeal within 30 days of this date You're also informed that you have the right to retain a lawyer of your own choice to represent you on your post trial motions and appeals to the appropriate appellate court of Georgia If you can not afford a lawyer the court will appoint one for you You are entitled to and will be given a transcript of all pretrial trial and post trial matters without cost to you if you can not afford a transcript You may file a motion for a new trial or you may appeal your case directly to the appropriate appellate court of Georgia You are also advised that the statute of limitations for habeas corpus in this state is four years in the case of felonies and one year in the case of misdemeanors The statute begins to run from the conviction becomes final And they finally mister Brian You are here by notified that under the law of Georgia you are entitled to appeal to the guilty verdict of the jury And if you decide to do so you must file your appeal within 30 days of this date You are also informed that you have the right to retain a lawyer of your own choice to represent you on your post trial motions and appeals to the appropriate appellate court of Georgia If you can not afford a lawyer the court will appoint one for you You are entitled to and will be given a transcript of all pretrial trial and post trial matters without cost to you if you can not afford a transcript You may file a motion for a new trial or you may appeal your case directly to the appropriate appellate court of Georgia for review You're also advised that the statute of limitations for habeas corpus in the state is four years in the case of felonies One year in the case of misdemeanors the statute begins to run from the date the conviction becomes final Don't have a blue.

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"mister bryan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:42 min | 9 months ago

"mister bryan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Someone who is until Wednesday going to be a blank slate for some purposes We've been hearing from Melissa Murray She's a Professor of law at NYU school of law and co host of the strict scrutiny podcast Professor Murray thanks Thank you Here's a story that's coming up tomorrow on morning edition Out of all the countries in the world Peru has the highest per capita COVID death rate by far Almost 6000 fatalities per million people Peru's COVID death rate is more than twice in that of the U.S. and PR's Jason traveled to the Peruvian Amazon to examine the perfect storm that made the coronavirus so lethal in this South American nation Listen to his report tomorrow morning Just ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your local member station by name Earlier this week an almost entirely white jury in Georgia convicted three white men of killing Ahmad Arbery an unarmed black man out for a jog For many Americans the verdict delivered justice that was long overdue Yet sung legal observers point to one of the laws used to convict the three killers as an unsettling reminder of the ways in which African American defendants have been prosecuted It is the so called felony murder rule Critics of this law say that it greatly expands who can be charged with murder and ends up being used to toughen the sentences of juveniles and of people of color To talk about the debate over the felony murder law we called up Chopin mahadev She's a clinical Professor of law the children and family justice center which is part of northwestern university law school She joined us now Sheba madhav welcome Thank you so much for having me First can you define felony murder for us and explain how that differs from how people conventionally think about a murder charge Sure So I think if you ask most people they would have some knowledge that criminal responsibility is tied to a person's intent So if you intended to kill someone and you committed that act then yes you should be held responsible for first degree murder or murder As it might be in many states Follow your murder is an exception to that idea You don't have to have an intent to commit murder That conviction arises from your conduct and your intent to commit another felony And then that felony is connected to murder itself So felony murder is actually kind of a different way in which we hold people responsible for murder Even if they don't intend to commit murder at all or cause of death In the case we've been talking about one of the defendants Travis mcmichael was convicted of malice murder which requires intent His father and his neighbor who also participated in the attack were acquitted of malice murder but convicted of felony murder So Travis mcmichael pulled the trigger the other two didn't If felony murder were to be replaced the two who participated but didn't pull the trigger may not have been convicted of murder at all Do you feel that would have been a more legally just outcome I think it's difficult to divorce the circumstances of this case from what happens nationally every day in our courtrooms I mean if you were to look at the shooter Travis mcmichael is the one who bore the greatest responsibility But if you look at the father and then even more attenuated mister Bryan who's falling around in his truck Yeah it is possible that he would not have been convicted of murder But if you look at the national landscape I think what we actually do observe is that lots of people are caught up in this net of needing to convict someone of the highest possible offense even though they're responsibility Maybe much lower I mean you can look at teenagers for instance there was a well-known case here in Illinois a couple years ago where teenagers were trying to take a car from a homeowner's driveway in a homeowner came out and shot and killed one of the teens and the others were held responsible for that in charge with murder In fact so you could see that there could be some extreme results that come out of the use of felony murder as it stands right now and perhaps a better option is to tie it more closely to people's intent and their individual responsibility There is some research that strongly indicates black people are arrested and sentenced for felony murder at exponentially higher rates than white people So this case may not be fully representative of the way in which this law is typically exercised I think that's accurate Okay what do you see as a better alternative here For holding people accountable for heinous crimes that might end in death I think if you were gonna consider keeping the role it would be better if it were more closely tied to individuals intent and the actions they actually do carry out Some states have done this by giving people an option to demonstrate maybe they were not armed Maybe they did not share the same intent as other participants But I think another way to look at this is that in this country we actually do have pretty long sentences available for many of the felonies that could be at the root of a felony murder charge For instance even in this case looking at aggravated assault Yes you might not end up with murder convictions but there may be other convictions available that could deliver an extremely long sentence And could avoid some of the worst abuses that we see out of these volume murder convictions which do seem to have a disproportionate impact on youth minorities and even women Do you see any movement to change these laws to rewrite felony murder I think we have seen some narrowing even last year in Illinois We did have a reform that limited the application of the felony murder law so that it would not affect some of the most extreme cases I would urge some caution out of people that when you feel that adjust result has happened in a case like this where we were racist infected you know this entire situation that we're looking at in the Arbery case and was maybe at its core from the beginning even in the fact that the case wasn't even prosecuted or may not have come to light without significant community and national pressure I think that might incite people to want to create more strict laws But our experience is that a more strict version of felony murder has a great likelihood of disproportionately impacting black individuals youth and women as well So we would urge caution I think in that respect in the application of the rule We've.

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"mister bryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"mister bryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's been a hard fight But God is good The men face minimum sentences of life in prison Now Travis mcmichael was found guilty on 9 out of 9 charges his father 8 out of 9 and Brian 6 out of 9 In any case all three men face the possibility of life without parole a judge will decide whether they will have a possibility of parole or not Reacting to the verdict the head of the Illinois association of criminal defense lawyers Tony tedford says that he is Considered of the opinion The malice murder essentially has to do with intent to kill Direct intent on behalf of Travis mcmichael As we indicate it neither the father nor mister Bryan pull that trigger The three men will be facing another trial this one will be federal and it'll be on hate crime charges in 2022 Mayor life that released her own statement about what was decided in that case adding that any expressions arising from the verdict must be exhibited peacefully and with respect for the law WGN Steve ruxton with that I'm just kind of overwhelmed with emotion at the fact that we're having this event that we're welcoming our new neighbors and friends to our city The Justice Department is moving ahead There are going to be prioritizing the prosecution of federal crimes committed aboard commercial aircraft The AP's Mike Gracia Attorney general Merrick Garland issued a memo Wednesday directing U.S. attorneys across the country to aggressively prosecute violent passengers who assault crew members or endanger the safety of other passengers aboard commercial flights The federal aviation administration said earlier this month it had launched 950 investigations into passenger behavior on flights this year The highest total since it started keeping track in 1995 By the way the airlines at this point are saying that there have been thousands of complaints that they have brought to the attention of the government Procter & Gamble is recalling two brands of aerosol deodorant Brian shook with the why Officials say their voluntarily recalling certain old spice and secret spray on antiperspirants because benzene was detected The chemical has been linked to certain cancers although a representative for the Cincinnati based business says no problems are anticipated given the small level of benzenes that's in the deodorants Customers who purchase products shouldn't use them but return them for a full refund I'm Bryan shook Now WGN sports the hawks get back to work on Friday They'll be home for the St. Louis blues It's pre game at two o'clock two 30 for the puck drop with John whiteman here on 7 20 WGN and WGN radio dot com Rockets over the bulls one 18 one 15 in Michigan state knock off the yoga ramblers 63 61 Now your forecast here's Demetrius A good chance for rain tonight will be cloudy with temperatures generally steady in the low 40s tomorrow's high temperature is going to be in the mid 40s but temperatures fall during the day on Thanksgiving of a chance for a rain snow mix early in the day Mostly clear forest Thursday night down into the upper teens then into Friday we'll see sunshine but it will be much cooler a high of 34 I'm WGN meteorologist Demetrius ivory There is rain over spreading the area now 48.

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"mister bryan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"mister bryan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Courtroom the three white men charged in the death of ahmaud Arbery were found guilty of murder After deliberating for about ten hours the nearly all white jury found Greg mcmichael his son Travis mcmichael and their neighbor William roddy Bryan guilty of nearly all the criminal counts they faced Civil rights attorney and former prosecutor Charles colman junior is here to talk more about it Welcome back to the program So glad to be here Thank you for having me Is this a case where people could see the verdict coming meaning what do we know about how the prosecutors laid things out that brought us to this point Well I don't think that we can ever see a verdict coming I don't want us to take for granted any verdict because everyone is always going to see some things differently And so the fact that they arrived at this verdict together was a testament to how clearly the prosecution was able to lay out their case to walk the jury through the charges one by one for east defendant and to connect each of the defendant's actions to the specific things that they were charged for and allow the jury to make a very pinpointed very clear decision which is what we saw and why we have the verdict that we do To get into the detail of that you have Greg mcmichael Travis mcmichael and roddy Bryan their neighbor who actually filmed this killing Can you talk about what their defense was that in a way has been rejected by the jury It was heavily on self defense That was the idea the idea was that this was something that they did out of fear for their lives For mister Brian the argument that his attorney attempted to advance was his client didn't have knowledge that the mcmichaels intended to do whatever it was that they intended to do But that his client should not have been held accountable because his role overall was minimal The jury did not buy either of those things I suspect with respect to the mcmichaels the provocation was just so great that it's very difficult to overcome it with a claim of self defense In the case of mister Bryan they did not convict him on the murder with malice basically They convicted William Ronny Bryant of what's called felony murder So what I see when I look at this verdict tells me that the jury was very careful to look at the specific charges and wanted to make sure that they got it right So the jury rejected the idea that their actions that day were somehow self defense and now I understand that the three still face federal hate crime charges So how does this set up that next case Well it's just up the basics I think this notion of a citizen's arrest which is also what the mcmichaels attempted to advance as part of their initial decision of defense before they switched gears Mid trial All of those things have been blown out of the water I think that we are likely going to hear during the federal civil rights prosecution of this case a greater deal around race I believe there was some conversation about the Internet search history of mister mister Bryan the use of the racial epithets as well as I think the presence of confederate flag on I believe the mcmichael's truck All of those are types of things that will add substance to some of the other elements of this crime but it remains to be seen what's going to happen once this interesting into the federal courts How do you think about this case in terms of its victim What does this moment mean to you as someone who watches these things closely Well I think if you're very important moment for about Aubrey I think it's important moment for his family and loved ones I do hope that they receive some sense of closure but in the larger scale of things it still is one that should cause concern And the reason why it should cause concern is because as that verdict was right today there were legions of Americans who held their breath We as a country can not rest until that feeling of needing to hold our breath to ensure that the justice system works as it is supposed to no longer exist And so it's important that we do not conflate the notion of justice for the accountability Justice unfortunately for our arbor he's out of reach because he's no longer with us and can never be made whole But accountability is what we saw today in that courtroom And I submit that that's a good first step That civil rights attorney and former prosecutor Charles Coleman thank you for your time Thank you so much.

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"mister bryan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mister bryan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"F. B. K. out to the roads we go with Mister Bryan Knowles our doing on a Wednesday starting to slow down in a number of spots on our freeways around Sacramento not so much on eighty from Roseville nine minutes there get you to the cap cities what this report's right I got mailed on the westbound cap city freeway getting report of an accident at expose speed senses aren't showing any delays they're starting to see some mild flowing developing from the split to about El Camino however could add a minute on your commute to split to downtown ten minutes if you're making the trip in from elk Grove of you get on an elk Grove Boulevard not so bad thirteen minutes to make the drive in we do have a problem though just north on I five at elk Grove Boulevard left lane is blocked by one vehicle in an accident the the other two on the right shoulder you're going to hit the slow down once you get just past Lambert road now I mean it slows to a crawl also got some slowing still on north found ninety nine coming out of golf that's due to an earlier accident at Arnaud wrote a role overseas he's long since dropped the incident we saw the back up all the way to simmer Warren road once you get past that get to L. global by then U. sixteen minutes away from downtown fifty looks good all the way from pulls an eighteen minute drive in twenty one minutes from woodland on I five sixteen even coming in from Davis's band AT across the causeway the slowing is on the westbound side read the west capital if there's one in greeting you must have in your kitchen this holiday season it's real mail not only is a full of vitamins and minerals it's also the secret to making the floppy as mashed potatoes creamier soup and a picture perfect pumpkin pie got milk traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons prime nobles news ninety three point one K. if we get a okay today we'll be mostly sunny with windy conditions right now we have most of the went on the west end of the valley is going to be going on throughout the day the highs right around seventy degrees and.

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