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"mr floyd" Discussed on AP News

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04:26 min | 3 months ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute fired. Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22 a half years in prison for the death of George Floyd more than a year ago. Just before being sentenced. Shoven spoke briefly to the court. Uh, want to give my condolences to the Floyd family Assistant State Attorney General Matthew Frank. This case wasn't about Police officers. All police officers. It wasn't about policing. This case was about Derek Children. Disregarding all that training he received and assaulting Mr Floyd until he suffocated to death. Manhattan. Prosecutors are considering filing criminal charges soon against former President Donald Trump's company stemming from a long running investigation into his business dealings. The New York Times, citing sources familiar with the matter. Reports charges could be filed as early as next week. I'm to McGuire Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished mixed The Dow up 237 points. North Carolina State was missing four starting position players and had only 13 available for its college World Series game against Vanderbilt. Because of the coronavirus issue on the team today in Minneapolis, former police officer Derek Shobin heard his sentence. The court commits you to the custody. The commissioner of Corrections For a period of 270 months. That's 270. That's 22. A half years for the death of George Floyd Floyd's brother gave a victim impact statement, and so did his seven year old daughter, Gianna. If you could say anything to your daddy right now, what would it be? It will be. I make sure and I love you Brother Felonious. Floyd wanted the maximum sentence with a smirk on his face ensures in prison Officers show been used excessive force and acted against his training. Jovan spoke in court and offered his condolences to the Floyd family. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News for Friday June 25th I'm Tim McGuire, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. His sentence of more than 20 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd. The family of George Floyd was allowed to address the court before sentencing his brother Terrence, with a question for the officer who spent 9.5 minutes pinning George Floyd to the ground. What was going through your head? When you had your new you in my brother's neck and Floyd seven year old daughter, Gina, who says her dad would help her brush her teeth at night and I love you shove in turn to relatives in the courtroom and offered condolences, saying there was more to be said to them at a later time. I hope things will give you some Some peace of mind the audio courtesy of court TV show. Von's mother spoke in his defense. But the judge said the 22 a half year sentence includes a 10 year penalty for abuse of trust and for cruelty shown to George Floyd. I'm Jackie Quinn, Search teams continue to scour through the rubble of a portion of a 12 story condo that collapsed Thursday in a beachside town near Miami. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Carver to the families who are suffering and waiting and wondering for wanting news of their loved ones. Our hearts are with you. Four people are known dead. Nearly 160 unaccounted for. The missing include people from around the world. Israeli media report, the country's counsel's office in Miami believes 20 citizens are missing. Another 22 unaccounted for. People are from Argentina, Venezuela and Uruguay and Paraguay is first lady flew to Miami because her sister, brother in law, their three Children and a nanny are among the missing. The Manhattan district attorney's office could bring criminal charges against former President Donald Trump's business company. Lawyer says the prosecutors looking into perks paid to executives, including paying private school tuition for their Children. This is a P news. Washington, D C. Police officer Michael for known one of the many officers injured during the January six assault on the capital by supporters have been President Donald Trump asked House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy to publicly denounced fellow House Republicans who voted against honoring the police officers who were attacked and downplayed the attack itself. Finnan says he also asked McCarthy to work with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on a select committee to investigate the insurrection, and I asked him for some specific commitments. Um, one of them was to,.

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"mr floyd" Discussed on AP News

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04:27 min | 3 months ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute fired. Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22 a half years in prison for the death of George Floyd more than a year ago. Just before being sentenced. Shoven spoke briefly to the court. Uh, want to give my condolences of the Floyd family Assistant State Attorney General Matthew Frank. This case wasn't about Police officers. All police officers. It wasn't about policing. This case was about Derek Children. Disregarding all that training he received And assaulting Mr Floyd until he suffocated to death. Manhattan. Prosecutors are considering filing criminal charges soon against former President Donald Trump's company stemming from a long running investigation into his business dealings. The New York Times, citing sources familiar with the matter. Reports charges could be filed as early as next week. I'm Tim Maguire. Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute Stocks finished mixed The Dow up 237 points. North Carolina State was missing four starting position players and had only 13 available for its college World Series game against Vanderbilt because of the coronavirus issue on the team. Today In Minneapolis, former police officer Derek Shobin heard his sentence. The court commits you to the custody. The commissioner of Corrections For a period of 270 months. That's 270. That's 22. A half years for the death of George Floyd Floyd's brother gave a victim impact statement, and so did his seven year old daughter, Gianna. If you could say anything to your daddy right now, what would it be? It will be, I'm sure And I love you, brother. Felonious. Floyd wanted the maximum sentence with a smirk on his face and Children prison. Officer shows in used excessive force and acted against his training. Jovan spoke in court and offered his condolences to the Floyd family. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News for Friday June 25th I'm Tim McGuire. Former Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin is sentence of more than 20 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd. The family of George Floyd was allowed to address the court before sentencing his brother, Terrence, with a question for the officer who spent 9.5 minutes pinning George Floyd to the ground. Was going through your head. When you had your knee on my brother's neck, and Floyd seven year old daughter, Gina, who says her dad would help her brush her teeth at night mission. I love you shove in turn to relatives in the courtroom and offered condolences, saying there was more to be said to them at a later time. I hope things will give you some Some peace of mind the audio courtesy of court TV show. Von's mother spoke in his defense. But the judge said the 22 a half year sentence includes a 10 year penalty for abuse of trust and for cruelty shown to George Floyd. I'm Jackie Quinn, Search teams continue to scour through the rubble of a portion of a 12 story condo that collapsed Thursday in a beachside town near Miami. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Carver to the families who are suffering and waiting and wondering. Wanting news of their loved ones. Our hearts are with you. Four people are known dead. Nearly 160 unaccounted for. The missing include people from around the world. Israeli media reports. The country's counsel's office in Miami believes 20 citizens are missing. Another 22 unaccounted for. People are from Argentina, Venezuela and Uruguay and Paraguay is first lady flew to Miami because her sister, brother in law, their three Children and a nanny are among the missing. The Manhattan district attorney's office could bring criminal charges against former President Donald Trump's business company. Lawyer says the prosecutors looking into perks paid to executives, including paying private school tuition for their Children. This is a P news. Washington, D C. Police officer Michael Phone on one of the many officers injured during the January six assault on the capital by supporters have been President Donald Trump asked House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy to publicly denounced fellow House Republicans who voted against honoring the police officers who were attacked and downplayed the attack itself. Pinon says he also asked McCarthy to work with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on a select committee to investigate the insurrection, and I asked him for some specific commitments. Um One of them was to.

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Medical Examiner Reveals George Floyd’s Cause of Death

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00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Medical Examiner Reveals George Floyd’s Cause of Death

"Who performed George Floyd's autopsy is standing by his finding that Floyd died by homicide. Azmat Sepik of Minnesota public radio reports, Dr Andrew Baker testified Friday in the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing Floyd Baker said the stress of being restrained by police tipped Floyd over the edge. Baker noted that Floyd's enlarged heart and narrow arteries left him short of oxygen. In my opinion, the law enforcement so dual restraint and then that compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions. Children's defense attorney argues that Floyd's poor health and drug use led to his death. However, a pulmonologist testified for the prosecution that even a healthy person would have died. Had they been pinned facedown in the street for more than nine minutes. Is Floyd ones for NPR

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Medical examiner blames police pressure for Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Medical examiner blames police pressure for Floyd's death

"The chief county medical examiner who ruled George white's death a homicide testified that the way police held him down a compressed his neck was more than Floyd's heart could take Dr Andrew Baker is the chief medical examiner for Hennepin county and the one who wrote the autopsy for George Floyd he experienced a cardio pulmonary arrest in the context of law enforcement to do will restraint and not compression Baker said he did not watch the harrowing video of the arrest before examining Floyd I did not want to bias my exam Baker said that Floyd had heart disease and drugs in his system the law enforcement subdue a restraint on the neck compression was just more than Mister Floyd could take five virtue of that those heart conditions but that significant conditions listed on the autopsy we're not the main cause of Floyd's death Mr Floyd use of fentanyl did not cause the so do our neck restraint idea of the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king

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Chief medical examiner takes the stand in George Floyd case

All Things Considered

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Chief medical examiner takes the stand in George Floyd case

"Thomas to testify that George Floyd's death in Minneapolis was a direct result of the way he was being restrained by former police officer Derrick Show Vin during his arrest last year. Mr Floyd was in a position because of the sub dual restraint and compression where he was unable to get enough oxygen in To maintain his body functions. Video shows show Vince Neon Floyd's neck from where the nine minutes the defense argues Chau van was following his police training. No knock warrants are now partially ban in Kentucky Democratic

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Argument Emerges Over What George Floyd Said During Arrest

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01:40 min | 6 months ago

Argument Emerges Over What George Floyd Said During Arrest

"Question now before the jury in the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial Is this. What did George Floyd actually say in a video of his arrest? Both the prosecution and the defense heard something different relating to whether Floyd had drugs in his body. When Shoven held his knee on Floyd's neck. Ah, warning. We're going to hear some of the video of George Floyd's arrest in this conversation. NPR's Cheryl Corley is in Minneapolis. Cheryl, first off, Can you just explain this discrepancy about what George Floyd said on the video that recorded his arrest and ultimately, his death? Yeah, well, that is really the big issue, and it depends on what you hear, and just this really tiny bit of audio, and it was quite a moment of defense Attorney Eric Nelson played this clip of video where we see Floyd struggling Derrick Show been over him, and it seemed Floyd may have said something about drugs and Nelson as special agent James right race and when he testified what he could make out Yes, it is with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and he led the investigation into Floyd's death s O take a listen to the tape. Yeah. Did you hear that? Yes, I did. Did it appear that Mr Floyd said I ate too many drugs. Yes, it didn't. Wow. I mean, that that was hard for me to discern. Yeah, really, in exactly what the prosecutor said. So they pulled a longer version of the video and prosecutor Matthew Frank as various nto take another Listen. Having heard it in context you're able to tell What Mr Floyd is saying there? Yes, I believe Mr Flynn was saying I ain't doing no drugs,

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Los Angeles Expert Says 'Excessive' Force Against Floyd Wasn't The Only Option

AP 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 6 months ago

Los Angeles Expert Says 'Excessive' Force Against Floyd Wasn't The Only Option

"Continued to push their case against former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show but in his trial for murder The death of George Floyd last May. Jackie Quinn has this AH, use of force expert from Los Angeles police Sergeant Jody Steiger says based on a review of the video evidence of Officer Derrick Show. Vin Restraining. George Floyd was his knee on Mr Floyd Neck and also his left knee on Mr Ford's neck and his right knee on Mr Floyd's back, then asked for how long nine minutes and 29 seconds, Steiger testified He found the use of force to be excessive. Defense attorney Eric Nelson countered There appeared to be moments when the knee came off the neck and asked Sergeant Steiger about responding to that type of call You here. Scuffle on the radio. You hear We're taking one out and you get dispatch code three audio, courtesy of court TV. A state forensic scientist also testified. Pills containing methamphetamine and fentanyl were found inside the SUV.

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Expert: Chauvin never took knee off Floyd's neck

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Expert: Chauvin never took knee off Floyd's neck

"A prosecution witness in the Minneapolis police trial says it looks like the officer never let up from George Floyd's neck for the entire night and a half minutes a use of force expert from Los Angeles police sergeant Jody Steiger says based on a review of the video evidence of officer Derek Chauvin restraining George Floyd with his name on Mr Floyd's connect and also has left me homeless with neck and his right knee on most flights back then asked for how long nine minutes and twenty nine seconds Steiger testified he found the use of force to be excessive defense attorney Eric Nelson countered there appear to be moments when the knee came off the neck a a desk sergeant Steiger about responding to that type of call you hear a scuffle on the radio you hear we're taking one hour and you get dispatch code three audio courtesy of court TV a state forensic scientist also testified pills containing methamphetamine and fentanyl were found inside the SUV I'm Jackie Quinn

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Los Angeles use-of-force expert testifies at Derek Chauvin trial

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Los Angeles use-of-force expert testifies at Derek Chauvin trial

"In the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Sheldon. The prosecutors used to force expert from the L. A Police department has been on the stand down for a second day. Sergeant Jody Steiger is a paid witness for the state and tells prosecutors that show Vin did use deadly deadly force when he was kneeling on George Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes because at the time of their strength period Mr Floyd was not resisting. He was in the prone position. Hey, was handcuffed. He was not attempting to Evade. He was not attempting to resist, and the pressure that he was that was being caused by the body weight would to cause position or six year. Which could cause death. You can listen to that. Try

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Los Angeles sergeant weighs in on whether Chauvin's actions were justified

Morning Edition

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Los Angeles sergeant weighs in on whether Chauvin's actions were justified

"Lie from NPR News. I'm Laxmi, saying the state has called an expert in use of force practices to take the stand and former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show van's murder trial. Prosecutor Steve Schleicher questions Sergeant Jody Steiger of the Los Angeles Police Department. But whether he believed George Floyd posed a threat to show Vin and other officers when he was arrested last year and pin face down on the ground while handcuffed I'd like you to focus then on the second factor. That is whether Mr Floyd pose an immediate threat. The safety of the officers or others at the time during the restraint period. No, he did not. And why not? Because he was in the pram position. He was handcuffed, Hey, was not attempting to resist. He was not attempting to assault the officers kick punch or anything of that nature. Video of the deadly encounter showed show impressing his knee and a Floyd's neck from where the nine minutes the defense maintains Shobin acted in accordance with his police

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Minneapolis Community Reacts To Testimony In Derek Chauvin Trial

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00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Minneapolis Community Reacts To Testimony In Derek Chauvin Trial

"In day seven of the trial of derek. Chauvin the former minneapolis police officer charged in the death of george. Floyd police procedure once again was the focus streaming de-escalation tactics and use of force occupied much of the testimony today from several police professionals including sergeant. Jody steiger retained expert from the los angeles police departments on behalf of the state. What is your opinion. As to the degree of force used by the defendant. On mr floyd on the date in question. My opinion was that the force was excessive. Defense has pointed out using other images that derek chauvin need did not appear to be on. George floyd's neck and illegal drugs and underlying health issues are what led to his

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Minneapolis police chief takes the stand in Chauvin murder trial

WBUR Programming

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Minneapolis police chief takes the stand in Chauvin murder trial

"Police officer accused in the death of George Floyd. Chief Madeira Arianna does saying today despite defense claims, Floyd died from a combination of heart condition, drug use and adrenaline he felt police use of force in the case was excessive when I look at it The Facial. Expression of Mr Floyd that does not appear in any way, shape or form that that is like to moderate pressure videos showing former police officer Derrick Show been kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes as the black man pleaded for his life sparked international outrage. Children faces murder charges in the case. Prosecutors have contended the force used by the officer was excessive. Democrats say they're now able to use Senate budget rules to

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Police chief condemns Chauvin's use of force on Floyd

WBUR Programming

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Police chief condemns Chauvin's use of force on Floyd

"Today in the trial of the former police officer accused in the death of George Floyd. She's my dear Arredondo saying today despite defense claims, Floyd died from a combination of a heart condition, drug use and adrenaline he felt police use of force in the case was excessive when I look at it The Facial. Expression of Mr Floyd that does not appear in any way, shape or form that is light to moderate pressure videos showing former police officer Derrick Show been kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes as the black man pleaded for his life sparked international outrage. Jovan faces murder charges in the case. Prosecutors have maintained the use of force by the officer was excessive. Vice president Kamila Harris made the first

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Trial in Floyd's death expected to turn to ex-cop's training

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00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Trial in Floyd's death expected to turn to ex-cop's training

"I'm Julie Walker the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd is expected to turn toward his training as week two of the trial begins today these chief Medaria Arradondo is expected to testify this week possibly as early as today he fired Eric Chauvin and the three other officers the day after Floyd's death he also called it murder at the time are a Dando said Mr Floyd's tragic death was not due to a lack of trading the trading was there Chauvin knew what he was doing he's accused of hitting his knee on Floyd's knack for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on Friday court testimony ended with lieutenant Richard Zimmerman if you news on a person's neck that can kill show biz owner says he was doing what he was trained to do and blames Floyd's death on drugs audio courtesy court TV I'm Julie Walker

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Chauvin's Former Supervisor Testifies in Trial

Sean Hannity

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Chauvin's Former Supervisor Testifies in Trial

"Police sergeant who was on duty the night George Floyd died is Testified that he believes officers who were strained Floyd could have ended it after he stopped resisting David player took to the stand Thursday at the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, who's charged with murder and manslaughter. The Former supervisor showman's former supervisor noted on the stand that officers are trained to roll people over on their side to help with their breathing after they've been restrained in the prone position. Um sir. Based on your review of the body worn camera footage, Do you have an opinion as to when the restraint of Mr Floyd should have ended in this encounter? Yes. What is it? When Mr Photos no longer offering up any resistance to the officers, they could have been a very strange and that was after he was handcuffed and on the ground and the longer this is, um Correct. Thank you. I have no further questions, Your honor. Also on

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Police supervisor testifies Chauvin "could have ended" restraint

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Police supervisor testifies Chauvin "could have ended" restraint

"Okay. Four of testimony in the Derrick Show been murder trial in Minneapolis, with former police officer facing charges in the death of George Floyd last year. Retired sergeant David Plugger show Bones former supervisor said in his opinion show Van could have taken his knee off Floyd's neck much earlier than he did. Do you have an opinion as to when the restraint of Mr Floyd should have ended in this encounter? Yes. What is it? When Mr Foley was no longer offering up any resistance to the officers, they could have ended very strange. That was after he was handcuffed and on the ground and the longer resistance.

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Witnesses to George Floyd arrest testify at Derek Chauvin trial

BBC World Service

01:47 min | 6 months ago

Witnesses to George Floyd arrest testify at Derek Chauvin trial

"Derrick show Vin's trial has heard emotional testimony from youngsters who witnessed the death of George Floyd. One of them was a teenager who has video of the former policeman pressing his knee or Mr Floyd's neck brought the incident to the world's attention are North America correspondent Ali Makbul has more You swear or affirm the first full day of testimony was an emotional one. It started with the playing of an emergency call that was made by an eyewitness here is pretty much that was resisting arrest me gonna do next the whole time. Colonel Williams is her describing how he saw a man handcuffed in on his front. Resisting arrest, having his neck knelt on, so you were concerned. About Mr Floyd losing his life. Hurry. People walking from the left, then CCTV footage was shown with the officers and George Floyd in the foreground in the background, a 17 year old, identified as Daniele, whose testimony was off camera. Seen taking her young cousin into the shop. Was there anything about the scene that you didn't want your cousin to see? Yes. And what was that? Man terrified, scared, Big brother. First she came back to record the video that went viral around the world and others gathered to is the night. Have stayed up. Apologizing. Mm. Politics. Listen. These were exploited for not doing more and not Physically interacting in. Not saving his life. Don't Ella's nine year old

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Trial of Derek Chauvin, officer charged in George Floyd's death, gets underway

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00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Trial of Derek Chauvin, officer charged in George Floyd's death, gets underway

"Opening statements and former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show van's trial in connection to the killing of George Floyd. Now underway. You're going to hear that he was a veteran on the Minneapolis police Department for 19 years. Have been trained in CPR multiple times at the time, and you'll be able to see for yourself that when Mr Floyd was in distress, Mr Chavez Wouldn't helping didn't help him. Speaking before opening statements, attorney for the Floyd Family Antonio Ramen, Uchi said that this case should not be about the past of George Floyd. But on Lee what happened to him before he died. Case of common sense. This is not a case about George Boyd's character. This is not a case about George Floyd's past. This is the case about what happened on May 25th of 2000 and 20. The defense is expected to argue that Floyd's death was caused by drug use and unrelated medical

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Breaking Down the Law: Derek Chauvin Trial

the NewsWorthy

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Breaking Down the Law: Derek Chauvin Trial

"Joe. Thank you so much. For coming on the newsworthy. Thank you very much for having me. So we know the suspect in this case derek. Chauvin is facing three charges related to this one death we've got second degree murder third degree murder and manslaughter. Can you briefly. Just explain what each one means. In this case. Sure so second. Degree murder has two different parts. You could either be charged with intentional murder. Which mr chauvin is not or second degree unintentional murder which is also known as felony murder. Mr chauvin is charged with the latter second degree unintentional felony murder. And what that means is the state is alleging that mr chauvin committed a felony assault against mr floyd and as a result of that assault. Mr floyd died. The minnesota guidelines sentence calls for one hundred fifty months. The next count count to is third degree murder. Third degree murder means that you didn't act. That was imminently dangerous to others and headed complete disregard for their safety and well-being a third degree murder does not require intent. It's a negligence. Cry the recommended sentence if he is convicted is one hundred fifty months. Then the last count is what's called second degree manslaughter. That's not a murderer. Obviously and for that again it's a negligence crime. It just means you used extreme negligence less negligence than with third degree. You don't have to have a depraved or not care about anyone safety but it's still a negligence crime that what you did had a substantial causal factor in mr floyd's death the minnesota guidelines calls for forty eight months

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"mr floyd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:24 min | 8 months ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Officer treated Mr Floyd respectfully. I mean, he killed him. He killed him way Everybody seemed it on television. Um, what I'm trying to get to a point would have turned what I'm trying to get at is that You know as much as people might criticize Donald Trump for lots of different things. That happened during his presidency. But He did not cause that Corrupt. Police officer to do that. He did not call stat book hand. Be being it under hiss, you know, watch. I think he should have approached that. Ah little bit. Differently, you know is the way you approach problems when they come at you, you know, And they wasn't too good at that. For example, something that you mentioned you know the Corona. He didn't. He didn't, uh, pay attention to it at the beginning, you know, Um if he wouldn't, you know, we wouldn't have so many caution to you. My brother was one of them. Sorry I didn't get I didn't even get to see him. Um You know? You burn, you know, but that's what it is. But one point that I wanted to make is, um That Being that this happened on the Donald Trump Watch you can't you being down the trump, You cannot scream fire. In a crowded theater. We everybody knows that I've been a situation where you have to read the rule of laws within that department where I've been out not to say and they tell you How to speak or how not to speak that will cause a riot president know that people that get on podium and they speak Certain places what there's rules and regulations. You have to, um, follow colds in the sense of you cannot yell fire in a crowded theater way. Understand? Way total. We totally get that. Let me ask you this if I could Moses Um, it's I did this with Dave from San Antonio. Um, you do not sound to me like you're a fan in any way, shape or form of Donald Trump, which I can respect and I can understand. Well, I'm not a fan of him. I'm not a fan off the politics that's going on love politics. Well, the politic that's going on. I'm not so. So. Here's the question. I'm gonna ask people in the last two hours and this is Kind of like a group therapy thing we're doing here. Okay? Just bear with me. Tell me one thing that you can look back on that. You think Donald Trump should be applauded for is there anything in the four years that he did that you would look back on and say See, that was a good thing. Well. Is something that unfortunately is not a good thing. But if we have to chalk it to him, you know, like, give him the check is bringing out a lot of the bigotry from a lot of people out here on both sides, you understand? Well, I wouldn't say I wouldn't consider that I understand what you're saying. Okay, Let me run this one by you okay? Donald Trump is the first president. First president in Many years that did not initiate U. S military action, sending troops overseas their arm or American troops home now. Then when he took office. There you go. You found one Dan. That's why you the man. Okay, let me let me I'm going to play this for you. This is for you. Those is Rob. Please play for me. Cut 58 1 Moses to react to it. Cut 58, please Rob. As a result of our bold diplomacy and principled realism, we achieved a syriza of historic peace deals in the Middle East. Nobody believed it could happen. The Abraham accords opened the doors to a future of peace and harmony. Not violence and bloodshed. It is the dawn of a new Middle East and we are bringing our soldiers home. I am especially proud to be the first president in decades who has started no new wars. Moses. Hey, you know you follow on Dan with them. Ask you something Dad going around longer than I have, Um Ali Decker.

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Boston - Gov. Baker Announces Massachusetts Police Reform Legislation

Jay Talking

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Gov. Baker Announces Massachusetts Police Reform Legislation

"In the aftermath of George Floyd's death and calls for police reform legislation has been filed the governor Charlie Baker says will improve public safety and increase transparency and accountability the legislation as a product of several months worth of dialogue with members of the black and Latino legislative caucus and with public safety officials across the Commonwealth this is not the first time a regular meetings with the Caucasus produce either a new program or proposal we meet with the carcass quarterly and believe this standing meeting is preserves many positive results for the Commonwealth to work with the caucus on corrections criminal justice addiction housing homeownership state purchasing construction and economic development and public safety and we're very grateful for their insight and their collaboration over the last five and a half years the bill or filing today is the first step in a process that we hope will create a package of reforms that accomplishes the goals that we all share we began working with the carcass on this effort almost a year ago largely because Massachusetts is one of only a very few states that does not have a statewide certification program for law enforcement and we need one the murder of George Floyd Minneapolis at the hands of police officers made clear that now is the time to get this done Mr Floyd's death sparked outrage sadness in a fortified call for justice and equality from every corner of the United States people have marched gathered and put forward policies and ideas to address the injustices that still clearly exist for communities of color everywhere there are no easy answers and improving a lot law enforcement is only one piece of this process but I think we've put together a solid set of reforms that everyone including the law enforcement community and the folks who are here with us today can work on to advance this bill together the legislation basically does three things first it creates a certification program for law enforcement officers that must be renewed every three years this is consistent with our Massachusetts certifications and other professions like medicine education social work and a host of other highly skilled critically important positions maintain excellence it will also create a database of certified officers ensuring that those officers training and conduct records are available to their current and future employers members of the public will also be able to access certain information about police officers including their certification status second it creates a process with community involvement for decertifying a police officer taking that certification away from individuals who do not live up to their training or their oath officers have been found to use a choke hold for example or other forms of excessive force uses of force would be automatically decertified an officer would also be automatically decertified if they fail to intervene if they witness a fellow officer violating these standards and third it creates incentives for advanced law enforcement training and education focusing on de escalation community building collaboration human rights and bias here in Massachusetts we currently have a strong forward looking approach to training and education and thanks in part to leaders like state police colonel Chris Mason and countless chiefs across Massachusetts we in many ways are ahead of other states with respect to training and education the big gap as we lacked a certification program to instill dated day accountability and transparency in the system we have this bill will create a more modern more transparent and more accountable system for law enforcement training will ensure the men and women who cannot live up to the high standards we expect them to uphold do not stay on the force and it will give departments the tools that they need to build the community relationships the name of that trust then I had the pleasure of getting to know countless police officers that put on that uniform for all the right reasons and tragically I've seen many lose their lives doing it it's a hugely important and difficult job and this bill is not about choosing sides and digging in this bill is about giving the law enforcement community the training and the resources that they need to serve which in turn yields high caliber public service for our communities it will also enable us all law enforcement public officials and especially the citizens of Massachusetts the separate those who protect and those from correct answer from those who don't the daily injustices to people of color experience are not addressed easily or quickly and certainly not with a single piece of legislation we have lots of work left to do but I want to say thank you again to the carcass for your support and your input on many issues over the course of the last five and a half years especially on this one and let me close by just saying the session ends on July thirty first it is critically important the by the time that session ends we have a certification process that can stand up to the integrity creativity imagination and aspirations of the people here in Massachusetts the governor referring to the black and Latino legislative caucus

George Floyd
"mr floyd" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on KGO 810

"Mr Floyd was killed in such a dramatic fashion this went viral within minutes through the various communist movements in the United States there are number of communist parties by blamed communist or not you are active and the Grizzlies which they expressed the absolute delight they expressed that Mr flooded being killed was remarkable because they knew this was an opportunity to take to the streets and to create bots so that's why you had professional cords going from city to city actually to create violence because you needed that imagery on the straight will return to this Gregory because you've set up a century long origins of the disorder that is now being bandied about the globe because I see these protests in Europe and Asia as well and I just want to attend here there's one more episode that we need to flag because we don't know the end of it you have pointed to S. satellite imagery I believe the origin here is an analyst in Australia that shows they the Wu Han hospitals were heavily attended in their parking lots as early as August of twenty nineteen two October twenty nineteen what can what observation comes from these heavy parking lot pictures well it is actually even more than the parking lot image or an infected this is part of a study done by Harvard Medical School which was picked up in Australia but the reality was that the the Harvard study showed the dramatic increase in parking lot activity at the hospitals around Wuhan but it also coincided with a huge uptick in search engine to find out what to do about certain symptoms which we now know who to competitive equate to a crowd of our symptoms so basically there was a a clearly activity really elevated level from August through October and density well before there was any sort of a form of knowledge within the limited samba generate and then finally coming clean in February therefore we're still pursuing the origins of the corona virus not just was it made or was it from the accident of nature or man but we're also pursuing when Chinese authorities had reason to question what this what this symptomatology pointed to we have two tracks and we have an answer either either of them is that correct that's correct and it almost doesn't matter whether it came out of the lebar tree or not because it because it when it had unfortunate ramifications with hunters well but they had plenty of time to think about this and decide what to do about it and they certainly covered up the existence of it and allowed people to come in and out of the blue on and then I think actively encourage the targeted movement of people around the world including conditionally the not St Gregory Copley editor and publisher of defense and foreign affairs too many villains to little time we're off to the Balkans I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show.

Mr Floyd
"mr floyd" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on KCRW

"In trouble Natalie Jennings is editor of the fix the Washington post's political analysis blog Natalie thank you thank you well the United States is currently mired in multiple crises and global health pandemic that has killed more than one hundred thousand Americans economic ruin not seen since the Great Depression now peaceful protests involving into looting and violent uprisings in nearly every major American city we just heard president trump's response a law and order response and we're gonna talk about presidential leadership now with Tim Naftali teaches history at NYU and he's the former director of the Richard Nixon presidential library in Yorba Linda welcome back to the program thanks Mellon good to be back up not under these circumstances absolutely well if this is you can say the most turbulent time in America since nineteen sixty eight so I guess it's apt to draw comparisons to Richard Nixon who ran in that year successfully for president on a campaign of restoring law and order he appealed to the silent majority what's different about this moment now than what we saw fifty years ago I think the difference is the person who happens to be president during the disorder and the rights and I've been I've been thinking about a lot I'm sure many people are too about presidential leadership and not thinking about it in partisan terms just thinking about president as heads of state and Lyndon Johnson reacted to the murder of Martin Luther king junior and the first night of riots in DC by appealing to congressional leaders to look within themselves and ask themselves whether more can be done to achieve brotherhood and equality among all Americans and a few days later they passed what we know is the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty eight now the open housing act an act that had been held up because of southern Democrats and some conservative Republicans ultimately it was passed in a bipartisan manner there was an understanding at the time that there was something wrong that's it another way to do some other southerners argued don't don't reward the writers that was the argument they may don't reward the riders but but Democrats and Republican leaders said nana yes writing it's not a good thing we don't want to curb violence but you know there's a reason for this file there are there's a there's a we wouldn't use the word virus with today there's a structural problem and today the president I'd states while calling to order the way that Richard Nixon what is not however acknowledging that there are reasons for this but it's not just bad it might be that the murder of Mr Floyd but it it's it's a much deeper problem that's a big difference the other thing I might mention about Richard Nixon is that Richard Nixon was among those arguing for the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty eight he joined with another Rockefeller who's also running for president sixty eight on the Republican side saying two Republicans in in the in Congress we don't want more unrest in the summer of sixty eight this bill so that there's a difference there so many differences from sixty eight to one of them is that only one party in this country appears to be willing to acknowledge deep structural problems in fifty eight both parties get that Richard Nixon but Howard Lee by forgetting his past and forgetting his commitment to Republican values which in that era included civil rights B. discount really because he wanted to hold on to power but in nineteen sixty eight before he gives his lan order speech that summer he is pushing for an open housing Civil Rights Act well okay let's talk about another Republican and fast forward to nineteen ninety two the city rocked by the reaction to the Rodney king verdict and of president George H. W. bush actually visited Los Angeles he spoke at a boys and girls club and here he is let's take a listen this tragedy seem to come suddenly but I think we would all agree it's been many years in the making I know it will take time.

Natalie Jennings editor United States Washington
"mr floyd" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on KTRH

"End and our number is eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one there's peaceful protesters ladies and and we have to respect the peaceful protesters we respect the peaceful protesters under our constitution the first amendment no they don't no they don't they hated the tea party they trashed it yet millions Americans on lock down the media were thrilled the democratic governors were abusing their authority the Democrat mayors were abusing their authority people on lockdown and so when people are simply protesting they were mocked they were rated tool they were called dangerous many were arrested their business is shut down their electricity shut off the water shut off that's what existed three four five weeks ago they don't support peaceful protests now in the middle of these raw hits this insurrection I guess this country the absolute cut our police forces we're supposed to just the script look at the peaceful marchers if you're marching peacefully and you know antifa and others are joining your ranks and using U. S. points to burn buildings to shoot people to brutalize people then why are you peacefully marching and what the hell you peacefully marching about they keep talking about systemic racism these are Democrats cities with democratic governors and Democrats city councils and Democrat prosecutors many of them our elected African Americans in the cities what are you talking about there's systemic racism exactly where in our universities in our court rooms in sports and entertainment where is it police brutality we must deal with police brutality we do deal with police brutality this cop who killed Mr Floyd has been charged with murder now whether it stays at third or second or first I have no idea what he's going to spend the rest of his life in prison if he's convicted the rest of his life and trust me when I tell you he's gonna have a scarlet letter in his forehead in any prison that's why he's in solitary confinement right now under suicide watch but there's systems by the left by the media by the Democrats and others that this reflects America no it doesn't reflect America it absolutely does not reflect America because America was United in its repulsive but that doesn't matter anymore and so what's happened is the left has grabbed the narrative the media the Democrats have you noticed how silent the Democrats are about the violence in the arson and looting and the mayhem about the shootings about the beatings tell me who has spoken out forcefully among the national Democrat has Biden now barely mentions it in passing Schumer and Pelosi still now ensure cities burning can you name one leading Democrat senator one leading Democrat congressman can you name one leading Democrat who wanted to be president I'd states who was forcibly passionately condemned the lowering they are send that being said the killings not one in fact what I've noticed here where I live and listening to some others in reading Obama's statement is at the very end they should not go out and vote is there some kinship or something between the riders of the Democrat party that they can't condemn them do the Democrats think this is a political opportunity that they're going to exploit how about the media the media treats one kind of protester one way or another kind of quote unquote protester another way you can be certain if these righteousness mayhem could somehow be pinned tend to Republicans are people who have legitimate beefs about their businesses being destroyed and so forth and so on that's the media the Democrats would be full throated attack and they should be but now they're silent in fact it's worse when you watch the media they're either endorsing this they're excusing this or they're silent what is this it's called domestic terrorism the people in these neighborhoods are being terrorized there's violence what then violence our police are under attack there is a warrant out against our cops Hey guess what if the cops don't show up for work then what they don't have to put up with this crap either our laws are under attack our cities are under attack Democrats cities our fellow citizens are under attack regardless of race they're under attack people are being pulled from the vehicle's had beaten to a pulp people are trying to protect their properties are paid within one inch of their lives I hear Joe Biden is going to be attending George Floyd's funeral for the media out there that attack the president United States that is their default position that's their default position they deflect on the drop not the failure these mayors not the founder these governors and more into this in a moment about the photo out they say the president had tell me tell Bynes attending a funeral the funeral for George please send a follow up and say that no no no only trump those photo ops and tell me tell me R. Biden campaign in media and Democratic Party I'll give you the list of others have been murdered now since the beginning of these right shop now the card we'll be attending their funerals no no because we don't really believe in equality apparently he believes an exploitation that's right.

"mr floyd" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on KOMO

"In which Mr Floyd uses his last press conference mother will be a special council committee meeting on Wednesday to hear from the police chief the fire chief and members of the mayor's office they want to have a full accountability what's happened over the weekend so they can look into those investigations as well and they'll be talking about that on Wednesday met Marc rich Coleman if the governor says there are plenty of Washington National Guard members available to help with the current situation Cummiskey Delbert spoke to Major General Brett Dougherty about any possible military response here in the states right now the governor says there are three hundred National Guard members called out to help local police with protecting property in providing traffic control you saw the president though talk about needing to take federal military action and mobilizing troops earlier indicating in a phone call with the governor is that many of them were too weak in dealing with the looters governor Insley was on that call the president's comments leadership looks like Robert Kennedy and his comments and I have to say that the comments by the president have not been in that vein so they have been rooted in a desire to fan the flames of division rather than to call us to a higher purpose and I have to say governors were shocked at his comments I think they are more like rancid very insecure man person asking us to find the better angels of our nature and I I think the most helpful thing the president could do at this point is to enjoy silence the president says you need to get tougher is there a possibility if things start to get really out of hand that you would arm of the National Guard and give them weapons to have on the streets you know we always armed to the level that is appropriate of the threat that we face and right now they're threatened peers to be looters that are breaking windows and stealing merchandise clearly criminal activity worthy of being arrested and sent to jail but not deserving deadly force the general says if that threat were to change down the road they would go to the governor to authorize arms the general tells me that another concern that he has is the accidental discharge of a firearm so at this point the National Guard will stay on armed and helped with traffic control and property support number each company's going to tonight and it's time for the repellent shirts business update a look at your money now here's Ross okay it was a mixed quarter for Dick's sporting goods it lost a dollar seventy one per share analysts expected.

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"mr floyd" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on KGO 810

"Commodore continues we're making it easier for you to listen at home simply say Alexa play KGO eight ten once again here's Nikki Medora I would say to and we that absolutely get the stating sorry for their loss if I could do anything to bring Mr Floyd back I would I would do I wouldn't have an interest to do that and that is Nablus police chiefs are a Dando I just think that officers police chiefs they need to elevate their voices as well right now and not just with apologies which although I think it is it is the right thing to DO I also think that they need to talk about the changes that are going to make have oversight on those and make sure those changes are made all right let's go to the phones and go back to Tom calling KGO from Los Gatiss thank you so much topper holding on lotus unity bridge organ of the other F. B. I. is use dot co Intel pro their return return gins provocateur absences sixties to start their legitimate protests whenever you know people specially African American jungle gym missed a digit amid beef well they sent me an agent provocateur as you see our undercover white officers or sometimes just police explorer scouts with pre positioned bricks like you mentioned earlier that sort of thing to go of behind the research or to have the protesters break windows giving the local police an excuse to shut down the entire a protest not just the violent you know provocateurs they don't want to even arrested him because they know their undercover police officers are junior police officers and means really that's exactly I which is behind all this is become a criminal organization you know I encourage our governor to declare the FBI and the police departments have been working with in cooperating with a criminal organizations and I would also love to defeat the power of the unions I mean the units that are criminal organization is no longer you know its you know criminal organization and needs to be investigated and have the Google's breasted I mean they're not gonna do it themselves of course because they're they're all criminals so by our governor the other blue state purple state governors to declare the small right wing extremist groups well we have to go to the White House counterintelligence yes criminal organizations yeah we don't even need tell dessert counter intelligence anymore because our news media is a service of now reassess our work so good so well educated there we could target trader own calmness under our I wish that was true Tom that we are also well educated that we wouldn't need the organizations like counter intelligence I'm gonna have to disagree with the parts of what you said I don't think that that police departments is should be labeled a criminal organizations I think there can be criminals within the organizations I think that they're all are within every organization people that are given power and then abuse of that power but I do not think that every cop is about Cobb I do not think that we should just be making a blanket statement about all cops but I do think that all clubs have a responsibility when they you know put on that badge they understand that they are able to make decisions over people's lives and their fellow officers that abuse that power should be called out by them and they should be amongst the loudest voices condemning that behavior because if they don't if they do not speak out about it if they do not hold their own March against bad cops it's like they're supporting them I think that's something that really needs to be understood by police officers and their community all right coming up we'll see about protest and curfews and and what's going on down in LA with Westwood one's Jim room next on KGO the morning show with Nick in the door KGO eight ten listen at home by simply saying Google play KGO eight special report protests across America the Los Angeles area sees more curfews today aimed at curbing protests and violent the city of Santa Monica hit hard over the weekend by destruction and looting will impose a curfew in the business district at one PM city wide at four PM Los Angeles county's curfew will go into effect six PM while curfews have been hard to enforce so far LA county sheriff Alex Vienna waiver says they are an important tool to separate people who have a legitimate reason to be somewhere in the crowd at their unlawfully for tonight nine hundred people were arrested over the weekend gym group Los Angeles protest against the death of George Floyd have continued for a third day outside the U. S. embassy in Berlin Germany family George Floyd will present the findings of their independent autopsy into his death while a police officer kneeled on his deck for more than a minute some Wall Street the Dow off five point I'm like more on the new morning.

Commodore Nikki Medora Alexa
"mr floyd" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Bob Evans mashed potatoes and mac and cheese M. as morning news I'm J. T. thank you for being with us this morning we appreciate our phones are open eight eight eight nine one oh five one oh five to talk about what's happening in our country in our backyard as well as the protests in Hoover over the weekend for the most part ended up being peaceful there were a few arrests with people blocking the streets and you know disorderly conduct there was one incident of some graffiti but Birmingham started out peaceful yesterday ended up going violent last night and destruction of property you know all over the city why wasn't there more police presence of some of the questions that we're asking of mayor Woodfin folks wanna know on Facebook live this morning's here welcome everybody once again phone says let's go to Renee reedy rather I'm sorry in in Birmingham good morning J. J. J. I wanna really thank you for that making that opened opening right now that you did about the the need for hearts to change you know evil will never stop repeating itself until the hearts of men are changed and they turn to god and Jesus Christ you know I heard land back just recently saying that he would really move our state from Abraham Lincoln where he was calling for a day of prayer and fasting and and going back but he was even having a dream about and then there's really no artist and and I don't think it's a very popular stands today and hardly anybody wants to go out to the street and take that place a lowly and slowly now stream but I want to warn the churches that now that their church building to open that they don't go in and just close the doors and and and forget about the needs of thought was that they get out there and they give people a chance to change their lives and be born again it's all said and that includes the heart of the police officers as well because we need a legislature but when you start to change I don't know if you remember or are you reading her victim impact in the sixties and early seventies to adjust the distress that was in the Hollywood where he is in the black Panthers were out there screaming children burn down the churches they were turning over police cars playing volleyball with the policemen and a two long people telling us is on the one on the streets and and they all started handing out use the golf literature and preaching to these people and and it was an incredible movement that was called by the world the Jesus movement and went around the world and and we need to see something like that again not wanted here yeah I know you're absolutely right god is certainly aware of this god allows things to happen for two to glorify him and to rattle our chains and bring us closer to him can you stop all this with you know in a moment absolutely you can but I believe that through all of this there will be change but it has to start with the change of heart of of all of us on both sides in order to do that and I believe you as well that that's through a relationship with god and Jesus Christ right let's go to Russian Birmingham Russ good morning you're on Alabama's morning news go ahead yes G. eighty listen you've got two different things going on here what happened to Mr Floyd that was very regrettable but you you have you heard the phrase never let a good crisis go to waste sure you remember the maneuverability caravans and camper shell is showing up at the border who previously from Central America yeah go ahead this is the same right this is this is being organized by the same people in the state of the Republic the election year the image it's a state of siege is they moved to a new phase this is a vital yeah Russ I I'm with you there I appreciate your call thank you I I agree with their people feeding this beast and throwing gasoline on the fire that already exist in those people should be you know arrested in shame as well for feeding this and bringing bricks the scenes and feeding you know outside protesters to come into cities you know forget about that let's go to Robert in Hueytown Robert good morning you're on Alabama's morning is go ahead in order to create trading how are you I'm going to they have got all everything the protesters they're fine Daschle protesters band and mainly British terrorist there are vandals their terrorist yeah get our society and the order being there the institutional protesters yell they ought to be the one to help stop these terrorists to destroy you and our our our old lay a lot I'm with I'm with the A. I. there's a group out there in in TP you saw the president is now considering them to be terrorists in our country because they are a major group did feed the beast here but you know the the violence in the destruction of property is something that is just you know it's got it that's got to stop the word we're just not getting anywhere and it distracts from the the the peaceful protest of what needs to change in our country and I understand the protests I understand the frustration in the black community I understand you know you get to a boiling point get to a breaking point where you know enough already Hey Hey look you know in this George Floyd thing has done it again and you scrape back and opened up the wound of what still exists in this country that is racism and in god's eyes it is a sin end of story you want to call yourselves Christians then let's act like Christians and feed people love instead of you know adding to the problems within your posts in your discussions in your community we've got to change the way we talk with each other and post about it we're gonna keep the phones open eight eight eight nine one.

Bob Evans J. T.
"mr floyd" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Businesses and restaurants have already suffered through this terrible cold food in the situation and and or risk losing their business another scene a burn to the ground in a statement the ACLU's said **** tweet demonstrates terrorism is inherently political label easily abused to misuse Dave Erica's listening to fox news it's six oh three of Alabama's morning news with J. T. I mean gene or bell it was a mix of both peaceful and destructive demonstrations held in several Alabama cities over the weekend demanding justice for George Floyd regional green reports on what happened in Birmingham what started out as a peaceful city sponsored rally at Birmingham's Kelly Ingram park Sunday afternoon led by senator Doug Jones and others hate cannot drive out hate only love can do that quickly descended into violence destruction and anarchy as night fell and the demonstration moved to Linn park where rioters defaced and pulled down one Confederate monument in trying to pull down another as they demanded justice for George Floyd when Birmingham police in riot gear ordered the crown to disburse the angry protesters then moved to taking their frustrations out on businesses along twentieth street in the Wells Fargo bank building and other places smashing windows setting fires and looting mayor Randall Woodfin more peaceful protest we do not support what is happening it's unacceptable Birmingham police remained on the streets of downtown into the early morning hours I'm Reginald green the protests were also held over the weekend in mobile some throwing water bottles at cops who were trying to direct traffic a bunch people spilling on the I. ten there some drivers blocked on highway thirty one in Hoover by protests there but no violence reported there were a couple of arrests made in Tuscaloosa Montgomery peaceful protests and rallies were held over the weekend Alabama head football coach Nick Sabin releasing a statement on social media Sunday is the peaceful rally took place in Tuscaloosa Satan says he was shocked and angered not only by the deaths of George Floyd but also Brianna Taylor in Louisville and a Montgomery in south Georgia and the dads Sabin said every life is precious and that it is time for the nation to choose kindness tolerance understanding empathy and most importantly love Sunday marked the first meeting of many churches since the corona virus pandemic hit at work his Christian center many people staying in their cars as they heard from their preacher other churches choosing traditional services indoors with social distancing and some wearing masks I'll bring university announces plans for graduation it'd been postponed due to the coronavirus seniors will graduate on the planes August eighth and ninth right now sixty four degrees clear skies next news at six thirty I mean G. nor Ballon Alabama's morning news now back to your host J. T. all right Angie thank you very much it is a six oh six Alabama's morning news tough to wake up this morning to what took place over the weekend and as things were peaceful in a lot of the country there was also a lot of destruction and violence in them yeah we saw it here in our own city as well last night downtown we saw that in Hoover over the weekend as well Minneapolis was still are your folks out and about the the police chief there are Dando was also speaking in and paying respect to George Floyd as well this weekend Mr Floyd and I I I came to just offer prayer for his loved ones his family in our community it's hurting he also apologized to George Floyd's family I would say to the Lloyd family that I'm absolutely devastatingly sorry for their loss and if I could do anything to bring Mr Floyd back I would I would do I would move heaven and earth to do that so I'm very sorry.

"mr floyd" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It turns out this man Mr Floyd was a very good man he believes the lawn order he was a security job at the guard you know he lost his job as a result of the corona virus shut down he was one of the forty million people who sought unemployment he was running out of money that's why he tried to pass a bad twenty dollar bill did you know this you won't read about this on Mediaite media matters I don't know where you'll hear about it it's a good man this is a man who deserves respect not exploitation from one group or another this is a man and a family that deserves justice and I believe and I hope that's exactly what's going to happen nobody's trying to cover up anything here it wouldn't work anyway I mean this really is a time for the country to come together and condemn what took place but then applaud what's taking place in response to it when it comes to law enforcement and prosecutors and the various levels of government they're doing exactly what they're supposed to do that's a good thing isn't it they do need to be product or shamed into doing they did it they're doing it and yet exploitation we see media matters media and who can we try and smear who coolly trying take out god forbid if you challenge Capper Nick while lebron James's tweet they put themselves out in public and they do this stuff don't they want to respond and no this doesn't justify Capper Nick at all lebron or the reporter who asked to present a United States or anybody else who thinks it does this is a magnificent country and in perfect country but a great country and there's very few countries on the face of the earth that tolerates the diversity that we have and yet embraces liberty look what goes on in China they're slaughtering their Muslims they're shutting down their churches they do not tolerate any dissent my perfect L. image this Mister it wasn't lebron James one of the guys maybe it wasn't him maybe with somebody else defending China look we'll check that out Charles Barkley and I was one but I could be wrong about that but and what they were doing the Hong Kong China is a federally is run by a thoroughly racist communist regime look what China has done to the content of African countries there and they're complaining about it as loudly as they can when it is come to the provision of P. P. is and so forth and how they've been used awful but the NBA loves China at least they did I'm tired I'm tired of all the agendas lebron wise and then took it back in my life dimension that I think I can mention that it's a fact right yes it's a fact but this isn't about lebron it's not about media it's not even about me it's about justice being done Mr Floyd by all accounts was a good man even if it wasn't a good man this isn't supposed to happen I'm a constitutionalist I believe in long order as long as the laws just and it is just you don't get the burn down your neighborhoods as part of the resistance then everybody starts burning down neighborhoods that everybody starts committing acts of violence because everybody thinks they're right you destroy the civil society and by the way one of the aspects of this crucially important to a civil society is a free press the by free press I don't mean partisan hacks the pretend they're part of the press we try to destroying China Vance agendas by pretending to be part of the press you need an honest free press which for the most part the part we don't have I don't need executives at Westwood One or fox or Simon and Schuster anywhere else running interference for me and when I say here what I say here is carefully thought about before it comes out of my mouth I do this because I believe in this Republic and I believe in liberty and I believe in the people of this country all of them all of them and you should be shocked at this point that the punitive nominee of the Democratic Party maybe he's done in the last hour has yet to condemn the violence in Minnesota or any other city in this country he is yet to condemn it why is it why is it the vast majority of people in these communities in our inner cities they don't support violence they don't support criminal activity they don't want their stores burned so why is it the Joe Biden won't speak out against the violence why is it that Mediaite rather than obsessing with trump doesn't have article after article condemning the violence you can draw your own conclusions I'll be right back van Jay.

Mr Floyd
"mr floyd" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Lebron Watson then took it back in my life to mention that I think I can mention that it's a fact right yes it's a fact but this isn't about lebron it's not about media it's not even about me it's about justice being done Mr Floyd by all accounts was a good man even if it wasn't a good man this isn't supposed to happen I'm a constitutionalist I believe in long order as long as the laws just it is just you don't get the burn down your neighborhoods as part of the resistance then everybody starts burning down neighborhoods and everybody starts committing acts of violence because everybody thinks they're right you destroy the civil society and by the way one of the aspects of this crucially important to a civil society is a free press the by free press I don't mean partisan hacks the pretend they're part of the press who try to destroy in trying to advance agendas by pretending to be part of the press you need an honest free press which for the most part we don't have I believe executives at Westwood One or fox or Simon and Schuster anywhere else running interference for me and when I say here what I say here is carefully thought about before it comes out of my mouth I do this because I believe in this Republic in I believe in liberty and I believe in the people of this country all of them all of them and you should be shocked at this point that the putative nominee of the Democratic Party maybe he's done in the last hour has yet to condemn the violence in Minnesota or any other city in this country he is yet to condemn it why is it why is it the vast majority of people in these communities in our inner cities they don't support violence they don't support criminal activity they don't want their stores burned so why is it the Joe Biden won't speak out against the violence why is it that Mediaite rather than obsessing with trump doesn't have article after article condemning the violence you can draw your own conclusions I'll be right back in.

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"mr floyd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Nothing really happy about it is it we all watch more than a hundred and seventy businesses damaged looted dozens and dozens of buyers last night Minnesota you just heard of that open I was the governor of of Minnesota Tim Walz say and I and I never thought I'd see this that they don't even defend the actual precinct of a police department that went up in flames last night also that's gotta stop wheat there you've got to print you've got to restore order and it is it is sad to watch all of this unfold it's so unnecessary and we got a lot to talk about today that we are expecting also the general Flynn Kinsley act transcripts I've gotten the dal low on them are ready and it seems like general Flynn didn't lie at all at any time and by the way what he told struck and the other FBI special agent when they ambushed him on the orders of McCabe and call me I sent them that I guess I remember talking to him I don't remember the eggs the specifics of the call well as our goal here to get an admission Logan act admission okay nobody's ever been prosecuted on the Logan act are we gonna try and you know get him to lie so we can prosecute him or fire him unbelievable so we'll have more light on it the bottom line is general Flynn looks like been telling the truth the whole time I'm back to what is what it was unfolding before our very eyes last night I'll start with this though the former Minneapolis police officer has now is name is Derek Chauvin has been arrested taken into custody for his role in the death of George Lloyd fired Minneapolis police officer has been arrested now just days after the fatal arrest that sparked the protest the writing the outcry across the city in the nation and as I look at the charges here again today is the twenty ninth this is this happened on the twenty fifth is this for days they've been fired you never see a fiery happen that quickly in any least apartment they have their pope reviews their process sees it cetera the thing that makes this case very very unique is the amount of tape the the length of the tape that we have with the different angles including store video footage up watching all of this unfold and what we see in the tape at no time shows any resistance of any kind and what we see is for this extended eight plus minutes of time the officer with his his knee on the knack pushing down in compressing Mr Floyd's head into the into the cement another ground into they you know with right into the ground is all the way to put it anyway so they have now just announced the commissioner for Minnesota public safety that have been taken into custody in connection with this incident former police officer in the video it is now we believe that he's going to be charged with third degree I believe manslaughter I'm sorry well under let's listen we just got the audio tape that he looked very closely at all statutes this is what we've charged now instigation is ongoing we have more discussions to do with our experts this is the same charges that we made when we charge former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed nor figs act saying third degree charge and manslaughter charge Mohammed nor was a very difficult case we didn't have the kind of video tape we need and we didn't and and there was all sorts of other evidence took us a long time we do our level best to charge each case when we have the evidence to do it but we cannot and I will not allow us charging case until it's ready this case is now ready and we have charge of all right that again that was the Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman making the announcement of the rest the charges third degree murder a manslaughter in the death of George Lloyd if you want the distinction again there's some variation of this but generally speaking first degree murder would require intent and premeditation second degree murder would require again proving to a jury beyond any reasonable doubt only intent third degree murder would require reckless or negligent behavior and again the specifics to vary somewhat between varying their jurisdictions etcetera president has been outspoken on this everybody else has been outspoken on this the one thing that makes this case unique is I don't see I don't see this as a political party issue this is not conservative liberal is not Republican and Democrat this is not a long there's no racial divide that I am seeing or hearing from I'm sure the keyboard warriors all over social media that cycles in their basement with their underwear on my head you know I can't speak for them because I don't read what they say but there is pretty much universal agreement based on the video that we see in and we've been talking about at length all week the Attorney General released a statement earlier today the video images of the incident that ended with the death of Mister Floyd while in custody a Minneapolis police officers was more harrowing to watch and deeply disturbing the state prosecutor has been in the process of determining whether any criminal charges are appropriate under the state law and on a separate and parallel track the department of justice by the way this based on what the president said very early right after this all happened he demanded an ordered an expedited investigation by the department of justice the FBI the civil rights division they're all on but back to bar statement on a separate parallel track the department of justice including the F. B. I. are conducting an independent investigation to determine whether any federal civil rights laws were violated both state and federal law officers are working diligently collaborative late to ensure that any available evidence relevant to these decisions is obtained as quickly as possible under our system of justice charging decisions must be and will be based on the law and facts this process is proceeding quickly as is the typical practice the stage charging decisions will be made first I am confident justice will be served pretty strong statement from the Attorney General of the United States as to where this now is all heading now I don't know I don't understand it makes no sense what we're all seeing and hearing last night I don't have it I will go to this this cut there's stuck cut nine this.

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"mr floyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There's a difference between peace and quiet some people just won't quite price for peace it's just sharpened urged the community to stay engaged while they mourn for the PBS newshour I mean I'm you shall send or we take a further look now at the events overnight and a sense of what residents of the Twin Cities are feeling today with Tyrone to rouse a longtime community activist and president of the African American leadership council to local community engagement group Tyrone Terrell welcome to the news hour thank you for being with us as you well know the eyes of the country are on Minneapolis right now and people are looking at those images from overnight and the unrest and struggling to make sense of it we heard mayor fry talk about the anger and sadness but what can you tell us about what unfolded last night in Minneapolis and what's happening there now well what's happening on your first thanks for having me but what's happening now is we want justice and justice meeting that we won't be always there not only terminate which we got from our to our meeting on Monday with mayor fry and cheaper and Ondo but we want the officers charged by our local here beginning tourney Mike Freeman to charge the officers have been arrested have been put in jail and needy make bail but the server any other criminal committed murder in our city and Mister Floyd was murdered by a Minneapolis police officer and I also need to be treated as a criminal then he is does what you've seen so far this with firing of the four officers mayor fry publicly calling for charges we just now had a press conference from the U. S. attorney in Minnesota and the F. B. I. saying it's a top priority does all of that give you a sense that there will be justice I am just is from our U. S. attorney Erica macdonald we've been a lot of time with her in the last sixteen months so I believe you get the right report on her desk that she will find it always is guilty of violating the ceiling right I missed Floyd but it's really important that our county attorney does his part prosecutors look the first officer it was a black officer and he was in prison now for killing somebody we want the same thing done when a white officer killed a black person from our community I need to ask you about video there's been a lot of debate and discussion about this over the last just few days we we all know what the truth in America we know that law enforcement disproportionately kill black men and every time there is a video documenting that devastating truth people think well this will change things this will help it doesn't it keeps happening so I want to ask you what is the collective impact a video after video documenting this is it helping is it leading to change or is it just contributing to the trauma well it leads to change because without be the what was planned it was steel whether this government deployed without video there'd be nothing happening because normally people silence out of blue and so the video the very very important because the public purse man gets to see I'm tampered and you know so in the finished product so people need to be healed without the video we don't get them fired the building part deal for all conspired and selected video I keep telling everybody to keep busy I don't deal very important and the only way that we have a chance to get justice it's been called by some as contributing to a collective trauma that especially when there isn't any action on the back of video after video you can end up making things worse for people in the African American community do you agree with that we would have to happen and I've said this numerous times on them president Obama heads to community policing six killed the seven pillars of particulars you'd be buying the humanity of black people as you know white people if you make a stop in the same way you know a white person all of those were not done that to a white person so when you don't buy your humanity you don't buy us humans he is an animal and that's the way to deploy was treated he was begging for his mother at the end it's just painful to even think about that none of us want to dive to die in that manner in the hands of somebody that's hard to protect and serve in the streets he was raised in our an adult living in Minneapolis is unheard of and you have to stop and we can stand on each one I think that the mother of Eric garner said here today that it has stopped five six years ago her son was killed when he said I can't breathe we wouldn't be doing it again today and so not to don't take black America but all Americans there nothing now with these kind of killings Mr trails few seconds left I have to ask you there's been rallies in other cities sparked by Mr Floyd's death in Memphis and Los Angeles does this moment in anyway feel different to you it doesn't feel different I understand the pain but this is America and now after the rally the grown those of us in Minneapolis will still have to fight to fight to get a verdict of guilty from our county attorney are from our US attorney so this is just the beginning of a long race that many of us will have to indoor but we're going to do it because Mr Floyd either Justin here deserve all the other stuff is going on right now but a forty six year old man lost his life was murdered because he was black in America that is Tyrone Terrell president of the African American leadership council thank you so much for being with us tonight thank you for having me in the day's other news China's national.

"mr floyd" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Be able to open for outdoor dining nonessential businesses can open including hair and nail salons and barber shops the mayor says beaches lake front and summer programming may be able to open in phase three but she's not committing to a date at this point also at the news conference the mayor is speaking out about the death of George Floyd she says watching the video of Floyd being held to the ground by Minneapolis police officer brought back the trauma of laquan McDonald she says there's more work to work to do when it comes to facing the truth about disparities and injustices we can't rest knowing that black mothers and fathers in our city still live in fear of getting a phone call about something terrible happening to one of their children I know I hug my daughter a little longer at night every time I hear a story about Mr Floyd I think about my brothers and men in my family president trump asking for an expedited investigation at today's White House press briefing press secretary Kayleigh McEnany says the president has promised justice will be served I can tell you that as I'm greeting you at this moment the president is receiving a briefing from the Attorney General bill bar on this and the deputy director of the FBI in a statement today Chicago police superintendent David Brown ordering all police officers to undergo positional asphyxiation training and watch the video of Floyd's death brown says the behavior of the Minneapolis police officers is not acceptable in Chicago getting back to phase three reopen the reopening planned the CTA is preparing for more riders that plants use cameras to monitor crowds at stations and on trains and make announcements urging people to spread out or wait for the next train measures as train cars will be at fifty percent or less for their computers one of the country's biggest airlines is telling employees they need to think about leaving the company delta unable to lay off or furlough anybody because you're lying to a federal bailout money it's now asking employees to take buyouts or early retirement in an internal memo obtained by ABC news to employees delta CEO ed Bastian says the airline will have to become smaller he says large scale air travel recovery likely won't be seen.

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"mr floyd" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A six day manhunt sent companies begin testing employees for covert nineteen as they returned to the office companies are doing it I'm capable of having folks report to attend on campus for grand Irish diagnostic testing a week or a few days before their scheduled ship or just doing math testing for everyone at a given plant you know to see if they can get that son of a moment in time that we help people who are sick but don't have them done Sarah Kraus of the Wall Street journal on employers testing workers for the second day in a row crowds clashed with police in Minneapolis over the death of an unarmed man in custody this time the clashes turn deadly police say one person was fatally shot a suspect is in custody some protesters looted a nearby target store their hands full of whatever they could steal or loading up carts with things like flat screen TV's some businesses were in flames all that stuff from what I understand you've met someone you get invested in fury most were there to voice their anger over the death of George Floyd on Monday night after a police officer held him down with a knee on his neck he would die a short time later Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye I want to see a charge take place I want to see that justice for George Floyd president trump tweeted late yesterday justice will be served four police officers at the scene of the arrest have been fired the owner of a restaurant where Mr Floyd worked said he had come to Minnesota from Houston trying to make a better life for himself.

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"mr floyd" Discussed on Nacion ESPN

Nacion ESPN

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"mr floyd" Discussed on Nacion ESPN

"Shut up all of us also being a part of that she's to every single peak slam antennaes so i think they also offer something that somebody i shot a over i mean she has health gerald the way somehow absolutely so how that we talk about one of my favorite the next just got a press the button chris talk about again okay no love our money is my other paver here's mr floyd mayweather junior unofficial retired from boxing again be the new king of paid purview the new you on that well a face well this is a super super easy i was reading espn's updated list of the boxers best boxers pound for pound stop me please stop me when we get to the new payperview superstar on reward keep going in at eagle off keep going bust selma chain call go in iran's crawford key girl mantra quality that one side is there just one right answer to this question and that is conor mcgregor that's the only pay preview superstar that is left and the business of fighting dangled gyari of boxing very good mcgregor such as hate review in save boxing absolutely with you i thought you were gonna go to the foxing inside if it's boxing payperview i don't even know who hands even though he has the answer is conner he he makes a combat those two stocks are your real now the thing here is that it's been there done that badly where are you going to do it again it makes no sense me one shame on using these twice all in white shy me million paper views but they did not make the money they thought they were going to make world us still made a lot of money they wanted to make a billion dollars i'm sorry they just make eight hundred million dollars and not reaching their goals i'm going to say this though the fight because i i sort of feels that you were disappointed with white no i wa i was a clown chaffee while center tainting and people paying for entertainment boxing hasn't been entertaining and the recent past conor mcgregor as the king of the payperview.

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