23 Burst results for "Mr. Brooks"

McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

All Things Considered

02:59 min | 9 months ago

McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

"McDonald's has made striking new allegations against its former CEO of the company says Steve Easterbrook hid sexual relationships with employees and concealed the evidence. The fast food giant fired Easterbrook last year. Now it is suing him to get back his multi $1,000,000 severance package. NPR's Alina Selya HQ reports. What makes this case pretty remarkable is that it's been nine months since Easterbrook was fired. The reason a consensual relationship with an employee that amounted to sexting and American corporate culture typically is all about sorting these kinds of internal scandals quickly and behind closed doors. Here's Tim Hubbard, a professor at the University of Notre Dame. There's always this tendency to wanna settle it quietly and get it completely out of the media. But here we are talking about it again because now McDonald's Is suing Easterbrook, saying he covered up more inappropriate behavior. McDonald's made this unusual choice because back in November, Easterbrook left with the severance estimated at over $40 million. But in July, an anonymous tip led the company to search corporate servers and their investigators found explicit photos and videos sent from Easter. Brooks corporate account evidence of sexual relationships with three employees, including one woman for whom Easterbrook approved a stock grant worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. I think that there was an expectation as they were negotiating a settlement. That the former chief executive officer be open and honest. The company says he lied to get a better exit payout and is suing to get that money back. Few companies find these kind of public battles with former executives. MacDonald says. It's already moved to block Easterbrook from selling any stock he might still have from his equity awards. I don't really see the likelihood of him returning the money without A bit of force needed. I think it gets pretty nasty Easter. Brooks legal team did not respond to NPR's enquiries, and we should note that McDonald's is among NPR's recent sponsors. Mr Brooks, Compensation for being fired drew much attention and criticism last year. It included six months of severance pay shares and other equity, leading many low wage frontline workers to muse about their pay gap with executives. And use the moment to highlight allegations of rampant sexual harassment of female employees by male co workers and managers across McDonald's restaurants sharing to Johnny directs the time's up Legal Defense Fund, which is backing workplace sexual harassment lawsuits by McDonald's workers were going to say You can't do certain things that were going to take conduct seriously. And they should be taking it seriously when it comes to their workers being sexually harassed, and, at a minimum committed 40 million. They're trying to get back from Easterbrook to stop that. Easterbrook successor, CEO Chris Kempinski often speaks about re committing to company values of integrity and inclusion. On Monday, McDonald's told workers it's conducting in global survey and listening sessions to assess the state of its corporate culture.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:58 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I want to well I want to play audio for you from the police shooting that occurred on Friday night in Atlanta Georgia and they abandoned rate shark Brooks was killed by a police officer it medium weight cause spasms and in Atlanta and the police Aaron the police chief resigned and almost no time I believe that the police chief was African American woman and the police officer was was fired immediately and you know no due process because we don't really do due process anymore we we most form Lynch mobs and threatened and everyone not quakes in fear we don't really have a civil society or an orderly society at the moment it's a great deal of anarchy because there's a violent mob in the streets now with with that said let me go to let me go to the audio from I want to start with the body cam of the police officer involved in the shooting as the body cams being worn by the the officer that shot Mr Brooks and killed him on Friday night it started as a now that police officers named Garrett role our O. L. FE Garrett Rolph and it started when there was another police officer there who had been called to a Wendy's on university Boulevard Avenue in Atlanta Georgia because a guy had basically passed out in his car in the drive through line at the Wendy's he was sound asleep in his car police officer described one second police officer pulls up is where it all begins and the body cam video and the first officer I think is a junior officers explaining to the just arrived officer that that he was called nine one one call a guy passed out in the drive thru line up the Wendy's the first police officer came knocked on his window couldn't wake him up had to open his door and shake him to wake him up asked him to pull over there to a parking space so we could continue he then passed out again it is driver's seat first place house or had to go wake him up again Jocelyn wake him up again you can see during the course the video guys pretty hammered and anyway it seems like a very nice guy but he's very very drunk and and he's got a car he says is a rent a car race says it's his sister's rent a car that had a female friend of his dropped him off there he's here is going to get a burger and go back to a motel nearby or something like that in the story was very confused and so on but beat the second police officer Garrett Ralph is the but now what they you know in the center of all of this is the one who fired the shots and he is the one in this audio speaking to ray shard Brooks this is basically where it begins what what what.

"mr. brooks" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Sean Hannity is back on the radio officer the DA says that you are being hit with the assault charge because you stood on Mr Brooks's shoulder while he lay dying if you look at the video for as officer Boston approaches and officer Ralph is already there he doesn't even know that office that Mr Brooks has been shot at first he doesn't even realize that first and he goes out there and he's trying to figure out is this seems secure is it safe he knows that his case has been taken from him if you can't see any blood at that point to be overly graphic here so he puts his he puts his foot and he told the DA this he puts his foot he thought on his hand around his arm to make sure he couldn't get a weapon because he didn't know what the situation was so literally for a matter of seconds seconds he puts his foot on his arm to make sure he can't grab a weapon then he realizes what's going on you can see his taser is off to the side it's got a flashlight on it and you can see the taser so he gets up any officer process goes and gets the taser puts it in his holster other officers are now arriving within fifty seconds and officer also runs and gets his first aid kit he was not standing on the shoulders this is description by the DA's completely belied by the video if you look at it it's all on video it's all on video and the district attorney just kind of exaggerations and makes it look like some terrible event where he's standing on the shoulders it is preposterous and it is not true and it's all you gotta do is look at the video and it'll show that thing right and and and they try I'm with a two minute wasn't quite a long time and somebody isn't the DA is saying it's two minutes and he's wrong as somebody is is bleak is wrong is wrong and and this is why we have a a system of laws based on our constitution we have we're supposed to have Roger stone didn't get.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On I heart radio this is news radio WFLA on Mr Brooks's shoulder while he lay dying if you look at the radio for as also brushed inner broaches and officer Ralph is already there he doesn't even know that office that Mr Brooks has been shot at first he doesn't even realize that first and he goes out there and he's trying to figure out is this seems secure is it safe he knows that his taser has been taken from him if you can't see any blood at that point to be overly graphic here so he puts his he puts his foot and he told the DA this he puts his foot he thought on his hand around his arm to make sure he couldn't get a weapon because he didn't know what the situation was so literally for a matter of seconds seconds he puts his foot on his arm to make sure he can't grab a weapon then he realizes what's going on you can see his taser is off to the side it's got a flashlight on it and you can see the taser so he gets up any officer Ross he goes and gets the taser puts it in his holster other officers are now arriving within fifty seconds an officer also runs and gets his first aid kit he was not standing on the shoulders this is description by the DA's completely belied by the video if you look at it it's all on video it's all on video and the district attorney just kind of exaggerations and makes it look like some terrible events where he's standing on the shoulders it is preposterous and it is not true and it's all you gotta do is look at the video and it'll show that one thing right and and and they try I'm looking to hire somebody isn't the DA is saying it's two minutes and he's wrong that somebody is his belief is wrong is wrong and and this is why we have a a system of laws based on our constitution we have we're supposed to have Roger stone didn't get.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:06 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One three you can always count on Sean Hannity is back on the radio the DA says that you are being hit with the assault charge because you turned on Mr Brooks's shoulder while he lay dying if you look at the video for as officer Boston or promotions and officer Ralph is already there he doesn't even know that office that Mr Brooks has been shot at first he doesn't even realize that first and he goes out there and he's trying to figure out is this seems secure is it safe he knows that his taser has been taken from him if you can't see any blood at that point to be overly graphic here so he puts his process for any told the DA this he puts his foot on his hand around his arms to make sure he couldn't get a weapon because he didn't know what the situation was so literally for a matter of seconds seconds he puts his foot on his arm to make sure he can't grab a weapon then he realizes what's going on he could see his taser is off to the side because got a flashlight on it and you can see the taser so we get so many awesome pricing goes and gets the taser puts it in his holster other officers are now arriving within sixty seconds an officer also runs and gets his first aid kit he was not standing on the shoulders this is description by the DA's completely belied by the video if you look at it it's all on video it's all on video and the district attorney just kind of exaggerations and makes it look like some terrible events where he's standing on the shoulders it is preposterous and it is not true and it's all you gotta do is look at the video and it'll show that he did one thing right and and and they try my mother was a vitamin time somebody isn't D. A. as saying it's two minutes and he's wrong as somebody is his belief is wrong is wrong and and this is why we have a a system of laws based on our constitution we have we're supposed to have Roger stone didn't get.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on KOMO

"Ralph dropped his taser and fired his service weapon at the only portion of Mr Brooks that presented to him Mr Brooks is back what are we doing our do we care about the protesters in trying to solve the issues that they have or do we just care to use sacrificial lambs to act like we're doing something we don't know what I do know is you're tearing up the Atlanta police department the prosecutor says there's a lot more to the story that Brooks is eighteen feet away when the first shot was fired that the taser Brooks had wrestled away from the officer had fired all of its rounds and that Ralph yelled my god after firing the deadly shots Brooks family says this is the starting point of justice I was very hurt what would seem to help but after everything he felt just about here what he went through it hurt really bad yes we appreciate and we commend the DA's office for charging these officers appropriately but that's just step one in the streets of it landed at the Wendy's restaurant that burned to the ground protesters cheered and blocked roads A. B. C.'s devil Osun sonic coming up a battle is under way between the president and his former national security adviser will have that story next ten fourteen find out you to update your traffic with Kierra Jordan once again we're still looking at this at all in Seattle itself an I. five in express lanes as you're approaching Mercer in the right lane is going to be partially blocks at this time of day it's not really creating much back up but I want to travel with extra care through that area outside of that northbound I. five that remain slow between the west Seattle bridge and Seneca north bound for five is clearing out that there is still some hesitation right as you're approaching sunset and then you'll see it again right around north east forty fourth we have been seeing a a bit of a delay on northbound ninety nine around the First Avenue south bridge it looks like a lot of that is now clearing out and I just want to give you a heads up both directions of the ninety nine tunnel are going to be closing tonight starting at nine PM this is for regular maintenance both directions will re open at four AM tomorrow our next how much traffic at ten twenty four your call eagle river forecast calls for lots of sunshine today and a high near seventy two clouds coming tomorrow but is actually gonna be warmer tomorrow than it is today with highs reaching close to.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of Rosalyn actually on Mr Brooks is still while he was there struggling for his life Howard said he believes Brandon is going to turn into a witness against Ralph and make a statement soon about his culpability but an attorney for Rosman says that while he plans to cooperate with the DA he does not plan to be a witness or testify at this point in a new interview with ABC news former national security adviser John Bolton is promoting his upcoming memoir the room where it happened in among as many claims bolted explain how Russian leader Vladimir Putin views president trump I think Putin thinks he can plan like a fiddle I think Putin is smart tough I think he sees that he's not faced with a serious adversary here I don't think he's worried about Donald Trump the entire interview airs on ABC on Sunday Bolton's book comes out Tuesday amid uncertainty food companies are stocking up on ingredients Denise Pellegrini a Bloomberg houses and focus report food companies are hungry for supplies one of the packaging companies are preparing for the potentiality of another surging demand from consumers del reporter for Bloomberg news says the company sees stockpiling as an ingredient for success go to greens those usually stayed pretty well in inventory they're a lot like metals you can kind of put him in a warehouse and let him sit for a little bit bigger bubble is stocking up on an extra ninety days of organic oats sugar and coconut oil another food makers including Campbell are boosting purchases just to deal with the increase in demand at doe says this could all mean more volatility in food prices and he says it could also mean fewer innovative new packaged products as companies focus less on inventing new treats like Kraft Heinz Mayo chopped mayonnaise and ketchup and Mayo Q. the barbecue version you basically find out what is most in demand and then you shift your supply.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Bronson in actually on Mr Brooks is still while he was there struggling for his life Howard said he believes Brandon is going to turn into a witness against Ralph and make a statement soon about his culpability but an attorney for Rosman says that while he plans to cooperate with the DA he does not plan to be a witness or testify at this point speaking on fox news president trump says he hopes Ralph quote gets a fair shake because police have not been treated fairly Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says police reform is a step in the right direction speaking on the Senate floor yesterday the Kentucky Republican to the Senate needs to pass the justice act a Republican proposed bill that would push police departments to ban the use of chokeholds it would also develop a national database on police abuses of use of force policies Democrats backed the justice and policing act which would lower the bar for police officers to face criminal prosecution by allowing charges not just in cases where alleged misconduct was intentional but also in cases of reckless misconduct it would also ban chokeholds created national database of cops who committed misconduct boost to police training and reform qualified immunity that can protect cops from lawsuits from victims of police brutality well the whole black lives matter movement is not sitting well with Texas congressman Ted Cruz at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing this week senator Cruz lashed out of the movement which he says has been spreading information that's inaccurate he pointed out that every elected official in Minneapolis is a Democrat I don't for a moment believe that everyone of those elected officials as part of systemic racism and oppression and to tell the American citizens that's what's going on is misleading them in a target called the death of George Floyd a grotesque abuse of power and the officers are being rightly prosecuted but he pointed to a Harvard economics study which showed that the funding police led to more murder Michael board news radio twelve hundred W. away our former national security adviser John Bolton claims president trump asked Chinese president xi for help in his reelection campaign Ohlins upcoming memoir was obtained by The Washington post during a summit dinner last year Fulton says trump told xi that his reelection could be helped if China bought more agricultural products from U. S. farmers the justice department is trying to stop Alden's book from being released in a dispute over purportedly classified material the book is set to be released next week and despite the bombshell claims in his book Democrats are furious over Bolton's refusal to cooperate with the house's impeachment inquiry into president trump actor Danny Masterson best known for his role in that seventies show has been charged with three counts of rape stemming from three separate incidents occurring between two thousand one and two thousand three all of the alleged crimes took place at Masterson's Hollywood Hills home if convicted he faces a possible sentence of up to forty five years to life in prison Masterson's attorney says he's innocent and they're confident he will be exonerated W. we I news time by those six time to check on your money in the world of business.

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Ex-Atlanta Police officer who killed Rayshard Brooks charged with felony murder

1A

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Ex-Atlanta Police officer who killed Rayshard Brooks charged with felony murder

"The former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot ratio and Brooks is facing felony murder charges Gerrit Ralph also faces ten other counts Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard alleges that Ralph used excessive force Mr Brooks never presented himself as a threat at the very beginning he was peacefully sleeping in his car after he was awakened by the officer he was cooperative our says Ralph kicked Brooks after shooting him in the back while his partner Devin Bronson stood on the suspect's shoulders as he lay bleeding on the ground the incident occurred in the midst of ongoing protests against police brutality and racial

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Fired Atlanta officer who shot Rayshard Brooks dead begged the father-of-four to stay alive as he desperately administered CPR, bodycam footage reveals

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 11 months ago

Fired Atlanta officer who shot Rayshard Brooks dead begged the father-of-four to stay alive as he desperately administered CPR, bodycam footage reveals

"Soon I know a little bit more about Mr Brooks we now know a little bit more about Mister Howard and maybe the median this control actually do its job but don't hold your breath we had to rely on a British site the Daily Mail a liberal side to go on the public records and report about Mr Brooks and why he turned aggressive violent because according to the Daily Mail if you've been charged with T. Y. it would have likely had to go back to prison he's got a violent record prosecuted in telling any of this today prosecuted in tell you at the officer who shot Mr Brooks was actually quite upset he was giving him CPR afterwards that's what the audio on the video shows said he talks about an officer kicking Mr Brooks on the ground again this is why we don't do Soviet style show trials in the media this is why we spend more than four five days conducting investigations

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

Howie Carr

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

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

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

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

Sean Hannity

04:24 min | 11 months ago

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

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

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The stories he's installing all these on Wall the stock in this for I don't know if you can see it clearly falls the actually part of the wall street also the position all offices this is Bruce here are X. ray if we look at the next photograph if you look at the next photograph will see that the positions of both parties they changed our Mr Brooks has now moved away from his usual position and we estimate the distance is probably about the and officer office moved about fifteen feet from the position the end is always number one the second video or certain people's shoulders the very instance the shot was fired into the path of Mister Scott okay and we also calculated the distance and the distance they are trying to teach him feet three inches the shop was five based upon that information we've concluded Mr Brooks was running.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Temperature until officer Ralph attempted to handcuff Mr Brooks and take him into custody right now my daughter's birthday yesterday we take a moment C. as in a few yes you know it's completely up to you okay what kind of drinks again I'm not sure some she ordered she said top shelf or whatever top shelf one I'm not sure it was like I said it was her birthday and he had about one and a half drinks you don't remember what kind of drinks in one all rights are reserved I think you've had too much to drink and drive as much as money back for me I can't the council and of course this is the crux of the issue so there's he resists arise there's a scramble on the ground between Mr Brooks and the two officers.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Eighteen forty three be sure and use promo code Larry this play this body camera footage again this is about a minute right before the fatal shooting of Rashard Brooks at the Lana I'm not sure they will have to do her part my daughter's birthday to the time in you know she was very you know here's the money for the book fair tomorrow here's the money for you know so there are some things he had about one and a half I don't remember what I think you can't do much to drink an attorney for Mr Brooks said this I mean I think they were just releasing the full surveillance video of the you know the parking lot I'm sure there's more video like I said witnesses had video of some of these horrific actions in that video that she got released you also can sit there and count how long they let that body lie on the ground before touching them or even trying to fix them so you know the video helpful for us it's also helpful to show that they were far apart when he's running in and you know put it backwards but the case law in Georgia Hey that's not a deadly weapon so they can't say it's not like he was running off with a gun it's not a deadly weapon I I.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Two five nine AJ Austin destructive demonstrations I'm Richard Jordan fox news twenty four hours after an Atlanta police officer shot and killed a black man the restaurant where it happened is set on fire all right Lawrence fire coming up from the tree tops for hearing stop killing us matter from people as young as little children dole we've seen the entire gamut Atlanta reporter Alex Wilder from fox affiliate W. AGA twenty seven year old race short Brooks is seen on video taking a taser from an officer before the shooting broke family attorney L. Chris Stewart while Mr Brooks was not perfect I mean these things too and we're not saying you couldn't have but the officer had the last chance to stop that from happening he had the most training to stop that from happening and he didn't do that and that resulted in a closet Atlanta's police chief resigned an officer involved was fired and the second officer is now on administrative duty meanwhile protesters demanding justice for George Floyd continued to occupy a Seattle police precinct this was the area where police and protesters for intense battles just about a week ago and then the police pulled home this precinct police chief has said right now there certainly doesn't appear to be the political will on the part of one of the city of Seattle and to the governor of the state of Washington to try to retake this area fox's Jonathan hunt the bust of a slave owner John McDonough was torn down by protesters in New Orleans McDonogh left money to.

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Man dies after being shot by Atlanta police at Wendy’s drive-thru

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Man dies after being shot by Atlanta police at Wendy’s drive-thru

"Has been a night of unrest in the U. S. city of Atlanta after police shot dead a black suspect as he tried to flee the local police chief resigned after the death of Rashan Brooks on Friday which Preston has this report it's got angrier through the nights here in Atlanta after news of the death of another black man at the hands of American police officers under spilled into the streets the fast food restaurant next to the scene of the killing was satellite major highways were blocked police say Mr Brooks failed a sobriety test and resisted arrest they say he was able to get one of the officers tasers and try to use it against them they responded with live ammunition the killing comes amid a global wave of black lives matter protests the officer involved has been

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

Intermountain PI Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast

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He frequented the the same to restaurant for breakfast lunch and dinner each day often ordering the same menu item prepared in exactly the same way. He received his medications and a small cash allowance. Each each evening from Juan Rodriguez a home health nurse hired by the family and then he began to disappear. We're worried about him. Megan said we want you to follow him him and find out where he goes and what he's doing. It sounds simple enough are so I thought following Mr Brooks was an adventure due to his mental illness. He didn't focus too much on anything going on around him however at the same time he would often hop a bus and disappear into traffic. Before you could say Jack Robinson I lost him in downtown. You've Audi on two consecutive of nights you've Audi is not a large town in a man with schizophrenia. Kept giving me. The slip is starting to get embarrassing. On several other nights he remained at home. It wasn't until the following week that I was finally able to discover what he was doing nights. He disappeared that evening. I sat in the dark and my surveillance vehicle not too far from his home. He lived in a small all single story. Wood frame home next to the Valley County Fair plex off of Highway Ninety I was hunched down in the plush. Leather driver seat listening to jazz. The faint glow. Oh from the digital clock read nine seventeen pm. When I suddenly spied a dark figure walking down the sidewalk it was him? I turned the key and slowly inches. The car forward award following him at a respectful distance. He turned right and headed in the direction of downtown. He walked up two blocks and then over three more and then entered a rundown convenience store a few minutes later he reappeared clutching a new pack of cigarettes and a can of beer. I watched as fits walked over to the side of the mini mart and set next to the dumpster he then proceeded to drink beer and smoke a cigarette. After finishing the beer fits continued on foot downtown. He took a right on Southwood street past ebbets barbecue and walked into municipal park as he faded in the darkness of the park. I pulled over and got out of my car. I could feel a cool breeze in the back of my neck. The Wind Russell. The trees and I heard a dog bark in the distance someone laughed abruptly and then broke into a coughing spasm. I walk through the darkness and instinctively felt my Beretta nine millimeter snug in the holster inside my waistband. I continued walking in the same direction and could no longer hear voices as I got closer. I could see that fits had descended down a muddy embankment anchorman and was sitting with several other people in the banks of the Leona River. That's where I saw fits by crack from one of the dark shapes huddled next to the river. He had joined several other local homeless people. They were sitting there sharing cigarettes drugs. I followed him again on a subsequent night to a local crack house where it was more of the same. And that's how I saw the disappearance parts of Mr Brooks. You've been listening to the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast the number one show for private investigators who wanted to take they're investigative skills to the next level. Join US every Tuesday on Apple Google spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and be sure to subscribe rate great and give us a five star review. Send your comments and questions to podcast at Inter Mountain. Pi Dot Com. That is it for the podcast. That was actually an excerpt from my book. Confessions of a private. I get your copy today on Amazon Dot Com until next TIME THIS IS UTAH. Private investigator investigator. Scott fulmer reminding you. The game.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"So this is the perfect film. Slater's awesome. Though, man, I really wish he was doing more in this movie because the other thing on top of it. I'm glad he's doing as little he's well, really bad and listen on top of that reprehensible accent. He's barely in this movie. There's like a solid sixty minutes stretch sands the slate man, that's Chris's fan theory, which I now subscribed to where they locked the cost or out and made this Costner cut because Morgan Freeman disappears for large lots of the movie Rickman who. There was supposedly tensions onset because cost is being upstaged constantly by recommend because you've caused because fucking Alan Rickman fucking Rickman out, and I'm sorry to send disrespectful, but Alan Rickman, dead is a better actor Kevin Costner and Kevin Costner's entertained to me the fuck and Rick dog dude got to tell you that there's that movie criminal with Kevin Costner that came two or three years ago. It's a stay tuned. Is that the Ryan Reynolds? Britain's with riot riot dies. That was a movie that they released with their tail between their legs. They so silently released that movie and hoped nobody noticed noticed I notice, what's the here's the thing because I've never seen it. So I can weigh in. But I heard warring sides of this argument that the fill Mr. Brooks was a good movie. Him in fucking Dane, cook is seen cook one. That's name. I haven't heard very bad. It's not good. That thing about Dane cookies. Dating like a fucking eighteen year old girl is pretty cool. They were like friends in quotation marks. Yeah. But okay, that's disgust. Yeah. That's sold out Madison Square Garden doing stand up comedy recently. No. Maybe ten years. The team girl is a better shot at selling. So. Yeah. Later Slater when he fights little John he gains his trust that he's like. Well, now, I'm your leader forever. And ever you own your soul. Sounds good to me, Robin. This was very weird I appreciated it. Because this fight scene features. Kevin Costner falling off a series of waterfalls. What's crazy about it is Kevin Costner in this in? This sequence is just like best three out of ten. A rematch every single time duly takes his his amulet guys from his daddy. And he keeps on failing until finally he beats this dude once. Yeah. My dad. He's him. Hewlett give it back to me. You point that way for my? A little wait for my dad. Chris Penn robinhood, crisp Rin, maybe friar tuck. I don't know about that. Either. I mean little John little little John. Lawrence tierney. Little John's big dick coming on my left ear. This tyranny would have been put to good use of this film. Absolutely. He could've played that. Dude. Got his eyes cutter played the castle. Grumble on my castle. All right. I'm loan in my drawer. You're happy. Naive. Also, by the way that moat. Touch here when you're within these walls. I you know, there's a there's a monster and mode. I don't even know what it is. What that jackets lining? Paying you wearing pink jacket somewhere in this falling down a series of waterfalls, the second solid fucking nuts. Kick of the movie Hal, right, Kevin. 'cause they're like poll fighting. Yeah. They both were order staff. Yeah. Oh, pardon me. Opposite guys. I'm sorry. Their quarters. But he bucking takes one of these rods. Dude nails little John Reid, the fucking balls with all grand falls dead. I think that's the coup de grassy. I think that's the one. That's the one that. Does it face down in that river again? Yeah. Like like, Eric says like all right? You know, you want your amulet back. You want across this wherever you're gonna have to beat me at a fair fight. Will do I lost? Okay. Let's try to get any finally kicks dude in the nuts and like tries to drown them the dirtiest play ever as well. You're my boss now for ever. It's so weird how the marry men just turn over control of the haunted for let's start. We get to drink. And after this. We're having a campfire there's this favorite character in the whole movie. They're all like, I'm little John. That's will scarlet then there's this guy..

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on Around the Horn

"They were also fifty percents on Saturday, which means that people who aren't necessarily just casual fans are actually trying to watch golf on a day. Other than just when the final round is which is impressive as anything in the history of American golfers who have won a US open in a PG and the same year, it's only five. Now Brooks kept Gazon that and the history of guy who's won three of the last seven. I don't tiger did that nine times, but not so shabby for Mr. Brooks CAPCO by the age of twenty eight. We'll move on Maryland football where we are today with the death of player. Jordan McNair being ruled from each strokes after the mate team workout and the school placing coach DJ jerky on administrative leave with the nature base of Washington seizures come miles from the campus from Maryland ESPN dot com. He's put a spotlight on the culture of. We're McNair receive little tension is immediate time of me. He didn't one that's considered the aftermaths of what's your reaction to reading. There's a large problem. There's small problems with large problem is football overall as a whole. You talk to anybody who's played college football there, tell you that hardcore off season conditioning is something that is just a standard part of the game. The smaller part of part of the problem is at Maryland specifically where they refuse to call or they did not call an EMT for an extended period of time, and the relationship between the coach and the strength coach is one that created such an issue. However, overall, I think this is something where is it solutions based situation is what he would say, conferences have to step in and just start regulating what happens in the offseason with these teams, you've gotta find a way to make it such that they cannot hurt themselves because they will always do so given the chance because football coaches will practice every single time they want. In this case though, durken's gotta go, Maryland is not the kind of school that I can live with. This is Ruth years. Yeah, it does seem to me that the most disturbing part was that there are probably any number of programs out there that are this close to having something this tragic happening. To them too, because that type of culture that's been reported on by on ESPN dot com. That type of culture doesn't seem like it's that different than you would kind of in vision for football program even in two thousand eighteen because you know, frankly, those things just build up over time and they're just kind of there. Now I agree with with Clinton where Maryland doesn't seem to have the football background to be able to treat its players like that. But it's another reason why makes me think that that is so rampant among NCWA institutions. I'm with Clinton. I think a lot of institutions needs to check the way they approach these things in the way they handle these kids because these incidents like Jordan McNair can happen. What do you pitch? We're decades away from the Frank Kush kind of football coaching, where you ran up mouths in Phoenix where it was over one hundred degrees and they must separate themselves from the head coach, the athlete trainer, the football trainer, and especially the assistant athletic director there was in charge of before months, and he was the one conducting the off season training sessions. So there was no no reason for the way they're doing it, and I don't think congress should get involved. I think the NC double a. and I know we can laugh about the NCAA has to step in and say, these are the conditions under which you can operate. And also I think schools should hire an independent observer to watch all practices during the year during the off season and monitor what goes on and they can report independently to the incident. Yeah, I'm surprised. He's still coaching. Why is he still coaching what is taking them so long to get rid of this guy, a child die under his watch under his preseason workouts he was the coach. He was a leader if he was a professor in any other part of the university in this happened, he wouldn't still be there. I'm stunned. He's still there. The culture has to change the entire culture has to change, and I'm glad that the interim they named was a coach who had just got there..

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Arthur brooks you know there's a lot there and there's a lot of ideology that that conservative listeners are gonna disagree with the first of which is overpopulation is inherently a problem on the contrary you find that countries that that are in the greatest danger right now because of the decline in their populations you find that the spain for examples in the process of losing twenty five percent of its population and isn't in a process of of of underdevelopment at this point they're they're they're turning back into a country that's not as rich as they could've been into the circumstances people are the ultimate resource and so what we need to do is to manage our resources appropriately to remember that we are stewards of the earth but the people are not inherently harmful and this is a piece of advice i often give to conservatives they don't like the environmentalist agenda i completely get that but that doesn't mean that that conservatives should be hostile toward uses of the earth i'm sportsman i i like to hunt and fish i love nature i think that the idea of conserving it is a deeply conservative thing to do comes from the same root as a matter of fact conservatives need to be better conservationists of the earth's bounty and remember that people are stewards of this great wealth in this great blessing and if we do that i think that a lot of good hearted liberals are going to understand the conservative agenda an entirely different way let's go to maggie and huntington beach california you're on the michael medved show hey thanks for taking my call you bet i am fascinated with the person of mr roger and the movie that's coming out and i've been trying to take on the character mister rogers doesn't dealing with people who are different than me and i have a ten year old son and i'm trying to parents him and when i see him going in a direction that is wrong direction i'm wondering how mr brooks with suggests it's not just my son it's my friends who have different opinions and and when i eat somebody doing wrong or pursuing a wrong thing what is the right what is his suggestion to me how i can be loving and understanding but still keep them from going off the great question maggie arthur thanks maggie maggie boy i have kids too and and i have i have a houseful teenagers so you know so pray for me it's it's it's really tricky because our tendency is to say basically when somebody's right now and again when when a kid is doing something dangerous obviously coercive activity is sometimes required but what we're talking about somebody who who who thinks in a way that it's incorrect it's not motivated by the facts is saying something that's not morally right that's a different kind of priority i think and so the first thing to keep in mind is if when you're talking to somebody who who disagrees with you somebody who is who you think is incorrect morally or or factually on the issues the first thing to say to yourself is i love this person this person is my brother or sister i am so lucky to live in a country where i can disagree with this person and neither one of us is going to go to jail i mean when i'm talking to people from china boy oh boy does that ever put that the perspective and then based on the fact that i'm trying to be motivated by love that starts from people who love each other they actually want to understand what the other person is saying frequently we think other people are wrong because we don't have a full understanding of what they're saying and so the first priority is philly and i got all the time you need i need i need to understand exactly your point of view and why you hold that point of view arthur brooks has been helping people see points of view they might not consider his books are published up.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Okay all right then i liked it a lot of people are saying that they liked it but i just think it's another case of it didn't have the great marketing like the first one no didn't have that the mystique that game with the torah attitude but i liked it all right then let's go ahead and move to our number four movie and mr brooks which i take the guest name religious song christian song you know i can only mention is oh wait the song mile the motion picture bad actually got that big throwing star and it's just mazal top a bad day for you russia bustle but this is this is the mainstream religious film of faith than film that is that is doing very well i can attest that i saw this not bad looking at a great movie but not bad i liked this brought in ten point seven million dollars this weekend for total gross of fifty five point five million dollars and had a budget of seven million doing micro budgeting like horror movies do they wanna make some money make a faith based movie all horror movie and we see that there's a business plan that works and added four hundred theaters for easter and it killed god's not dead three which actually has a name you know the guy that got a subtitle to put down god's fear i don't know what it's called honestly it's kind of like that.

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"mr. brooks" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"mr. brooks" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"The crews i can understand i saw you drive over the age didn't see me jump out the other side before it went over i also see that mr brooks had an accident is that what you call it here of fatal one don't know how that could happen guest the truck ran over him those briggs they must have been bad meals gotta keep his eyes open out here he should have got out of the way they as he certainly should have and i'm sure he would have if you given him the chance to win the upside is i guess there's more gold now for the two of us you and me i keep underestimation you mr do cruise we do it my way now and which ways that take all the gold we can care reagan to backpacks and hit the road i suppose i can't think of any other alternative at the moment you know i shook can't i the the obvious that simple idiotic ridiculously obvious even if you hadn't red tint what the license plates 100 years old we would have been picked up the moment we hit the highway yeah yeah that's right so what we can is going to be a very warm more very warm you could always wait here till i kombat for you know you're quite right mr dupuis your point is well taken i suggest we hit the road.

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