18 Burst results for "Mukai Bryant"
Steven Crowder on YouTube's Persecution of His Show
"One of the strikes came in. Not be a super super super specific, but look, one of them was we went against the World Health Organization guidelines for Kobe. He's in the same World Health organization who said there is no human human transmission and who said that it emerged from nature. Now here's the thing. Keep in mind. We only went against it by using the CDC on air you to consider this a violation of medical misinformation. I had to go to say. Well, what is important is we need to study the immune response here because young people meaning toddlers in teenagers, according to the CDC, are far more likely to die from the standard flu. Then from Cove it now with old people. It's the opposite cove. It is far more lethal. But for some reason it effects different immune systems significantly differently than you see, based on age. They said. They said that on the air heresy ever seen, that was a hard strike. That was a hard strike against the account where that means you can no longer stream for a little while. They didn't give us an exact answer, But they said, You said something along those lines. They never said it was wrong. This is what's important. The next strike was in praising the officer who shot Mukai Bryant for people who forgot that story. Because the left wants to move on. They don't want to be held accountable. This was the officer who shot The young black lady while she was stabbing another young black lady, and I said, not only do I think it's a justified shoot from the officer. I think it's necessary. It's a cop can shoot someone while they're in the middle of stabbing somebody. Then there's no reason to have cops, which is what we know they ultimately wants. That was considered a violation because they said it was rebelling in the death of somebody, so we're one step away, one strike away. From losing the biggest conservative program that has ever existed on YouTube. It would be like the FCC stepping in on Lee. They're not a government entity. That's the problem. These air these air business entities with foreign interests. It would be like if the FCC stepped in and said, Hey, Rush Limbaugh, you say one more thing that offends Sandra Fluke. Taking off his
"mukai bryant" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Tony, you can follow on Twitter, B s O Sheriff Tony Sheriff. Thanks so much for joining us once again this morning. You know, we've talked a lot about this new anti riot law, which it's bill that was passed in the house, the Senate and signed by the governor. It now is law in the state of Florida. Tell us about the decision that you made to tell your district captains not to enforce it. How did that come about? Hey, Good morning, right you correctly. We've had multiple conversations about this. And first let me six what's turn into, you know, media pushing out false narrative in perpetrating just things to create conflict and division. There was no order ever sent or even discussed not to enforce the law. What was articulated by myself and down the chain of command was, what could we do to introduce additional steps to sure that we weren't violating someone's right? And what is now on a policy mandate is should we encounter some form of civil unrest or some type of right or officers affecting the rest related to that type of civil unrest? That a captain will evaluate whether or not this new bill is applicability inappropriate when it comes to a probable cause after David and charging someone with it. So they may not enforce it. It just depends on that particular situation. I think the better way to look at it is on he goes back to my previous conversation. There's a multitude of criminal statutes that exists that we have used for 100, plus years here in this county. On across this state. This is not the only option to correctly hold people accountable who do story property or find themselves of using persons. So I'm confident that not our mission will change that. We won't fall behind. Should we have that type of incident Take place here. And do you think there will potentially be any political pushback to taking this approach to the new anti riot law, as opposed to what some other sheriffs will likely do in other counties across the state? Ryan. I'm not really sure about the political pushback. But what I will tell you is twofold. One. The governor was elected by the people in this state, and he has constitutional authorities to introduce legislation as he did. I, too, was elected by this county and the people here in Broward County and I have powers, too. You expect the law enforcement aspect of this office to safeguard this public? There's no conflict in either one of those decisions I'm going to do is best for broader county and the government has the right to do what he thinks is best for the state. I'm joined by Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony. He can follow on Twitter, BSO Sheriff Tony Let's talk about some of the incidents that have got national attention recently, and I think it's important and I'm sure you'll agree with this to evaluate each of these incidents on their own merits, But I want to go back to the Makai Bryant. Shooting for a moment and get your thoughts on that and what officers are trained to do in that kind of situation where there is a clear threat to another individual, a knife, potentially at the throat or the face of another person. Can you explain the training there? Yeah, I'll talk about a couple things here. We may run a little bit longer than normal, right. But this is important. You know, we're still in a very sensitive time here in this country when it comes to police perform and how we are recovering and rebuilding. Before models and every agency not just here in D S O is a byproduct of what occurred with George Floyd. But this is the continuation of media to run these type of Police encounters deadly force over the news in immediately criminalize some of these acts is highly inappropriate. Hears the case with Mukai Bryant since you brought it up Whereas officers were called out on the scene. For sake of safeguarding the public. In an individual in this case, Miss Bryant deployed in life. And was trying to kill someone. Trying to hold them. Mike is deadly force in this officer was forced to save a life..
"mukai bryant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Different summers. He was going to watch Xavier and Cincinnati, which is mediocre School of past, but he graduated. So now we've hired John full time and I like to watch his face during some of our conversations, some of our giveaways because I don't think he appreciates half the things we talk about. I know for a fact he wouldn't want these Bocelli tickets. If they were free. My right. That's true. I have absolutely no interest. I would fall asleep. You see, And I'm dying to get a pair of these dying. How about you? I probably wouldn't go. You wouldn't know, but I mean, I like the music. But excuse me to go in person. You know me? Well, you don't do that. I get great music on my screen TV. This is not an indictment of both. Charlie. You just don't do that type of exactly right. But John, just not interested. He's like, even if I liked the music If I'm going to the concert I want like I want a dancer. I can't dance. You want to die? It's first of all. Listen, nobody loves you like me. You know that your cousin Steve, See, Mac. There's no way you could dance. There's no way I was a mascot at school that you like, half of what we do know that makes you Fred Astaire African mask. I was in dance battles on the court at Madison Square Garden will come in him. Buster. Move! Let's see it, John. No, Don't Don't put that on Instagram after the show and suddenly a bee in Birmingham and pushing us right, so annoying the hell out of us every day. We love you. You know that we did a great part of the show. You put good lad. Just like we love that meaning and Valentine. Hey, listen, and we love our NYPD. I hate to bring us down like this. We have to acknowledge the death. Of Ah, line of duty death of an NYPD officer and a Stasio sock owes obviously Greek American, but an NYPD guy 43 years old killed In a D w I hit he was stopped for an accident and he was hit by some woman who was drunk. She was actually been actually charged. So Anastasios Sock owes. There's some pain going on right now within a family somewhere out there, and it really is. It's tough. It's tough. Now look. Speaking of police officers, I've been now wondering, where is the voices of? Where are the voices of reason? When it comes to a certain videotape incident in which, speaking of cops a cop? Actually did something did a heroic performed a heroic act? Ah, professional, heroic feat is what he performed. He saved a black girl's life. Where are the voices? Well, it turns out there was this one woman, a black African American former police chief who ran for president. Her name is Val. Demi. She ran for president for, like five minutes. Either way, she was actually got this close to becoming Biden's vice president. I think it's because she was a former police chief that she wasn't picked However, she said this yesterday and this is the Columbus shooting, of course wearing the cops saved the girl's life that LeBron tweeted out and put a bull's eye on the cops back anyway. Val Demings, Congresswoman Val Demings Black lady said this the limited information that I know in viewing the video, it appears that the officer responded. As he was trained to do with the main thought of preventing a tragedy and loss of life of the person who was about to be assaulted. Okay, so hopefully hopefully that presents us that that Yeah, lead us to other people rationally sanely saying what actually happened and not taking that you know you're following the talking points of which is Well, I mean, the ridiculous talking about settling, telling us that what we saw wasn't what we saw was on videotape. He saved the girl's life. Bottom line. So maybe that's the beginning of a good thing. Val Demings, However, down in Washington, D C This black lives matter. Activists actually decided to heckle a cop and tape it and the exchange went like this. You won't kill me like macabre. I'm gonna have somebody like her. No, she but she called you all for help Because you're talking about get your goofy, okay. You just said that on camera. It's going viral looking How? It's just that the brazenness the way he feels like you can talk to speak to police officers and Yeah, And he couldn't believe that the compacts who came back with a good response up the proper response. The exact proper response. You're gonna kill somebody like Mukai Bryant. How dare you say? How dare you say that means your goofy ass and all that. Well, guess what. That cop was suspended. We have plenty of releases, but I swear to God, I swear to God he's been suspended for giving that response. That piece of garbage who taped him who baited baited him. And so if we live in a world with good guys or the bad guys and the bad guys of the good guy, basically, Dante, right, got a state funeral. He's a thug in a punk. He got a state funeral. Not even Walter Mondale, who died. You got a state funeral. They cited covert concerns. He didn't get any any kind of any any kind of ceremonial funeral. Nothing Don't take right got it, And it got a lot of coverage on the news. It really is Gross. And speaking of Ah, these gross people this Oscar's thing This is another bit of good news. The ratings just dramatically down, not even barely over nine million. I mean, Tucker Carlson, airing twice in one night gets more ratings than the Oscars got this year. Really? Just a precipitous fall from like 40 million in 2014 2. But just above nine million on Sunday night, and one of the reasons is they opened up with the some actress. That's a black actress who nobody knows her name. She started out like this if things had gone differently this past week in Minneapolis. I might have traded in my heels for marching boots. Yeah, I know.
"mukai bryant" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Everybody. I'm Nancy Solomon in this week for 10 Xena Vega in the 24 hours following the guilty verdict in the Derrick Show Vin trial. At least six people were killed by police. That's, according to a report by The Associated Press. The first documented case was that of Makai, a Bryant Ah black teenager in Columbus, Ohio, who was fatally shot minutes before the judge read the show Vin verdict publicly. Protesters in Columbus took to the streets instantly to demand accountability. And while many questions remain about this case, in particular, it's clear that the community still reeling from the police shootings of Casey, Goodson junior and Andre Hill are on edge. For more on this. I'm joined by far news Amiri, a reporter for The Associated Press and the report for America Statehouse Initiative for news. Welcome back to the takeaway. Thanks for having me So let's start with Mukai a Bryant. You've listened to the 911 call you watch the body and dash cam footage. What do we know about what led to this fatal encounter? So the information that we have starts from minutes before the officers show up to the foster home where Mukai O'Brien and her sister were living at and where the 911 call was made. The majority of the events happened within 11 seconds of the officer showing up. So officer Nicholas feared in the Columbus Division of Police, a scene on his body camera getting out of the vehicle and there's a group of people gathered. In the driveway of the home and in in less than seconds you see 16 year old Mukai Bryant lunging towards another girl who falls to the ground before she moves on. To another girl, and he was pushed up against the car. And in those 11 seconds, those two things happen and offline Officer weird and shoots Mukai O'Brien in the chest four times. And she falls to the ground. And what's still unclear remains a question about what happened. There's a lot of clear there's a lot who called 911 McKay of Brian's family tells us that she did that She and her sister were home when these two girls showed up, antagonizing them. And threatening them and their foster their foster mom. So that still remains extremely unfair. Because if it was my Kaya, who called 911 of her sister on Legal defense that her family or any sort of legal team could use. So you were at the scene shortly after all this happened. What can you tell us about how the police are handling things and how the community is responding? So the press and and the majority of the public did not know the name of the victim or the circumstances of what happened until close to midnight The night of the shooting. Columbus police told reporters to meet them downtown at their headquarters, where they within five hours of the shooting showed a glimpse of the body camera footage. That officer reared in had taken and that was really striking because Columbus police is only had body cameras since 2016. But even with that, they put it out routinely And quickly in comparison to other major city police departments. But this within five hours it was clear they there was a defense that they had. They wanted to lower tensions. They knew that there would be protest. They had already been preparing for protests in case the Children trial would have gone a different way. So you know the city and the police Department wonder men scrutiny so they I'm assuming the mayor and the police chief watch the video. And what they saw was a defense for officer reared in and their view and their eyes. You potentially save the life of the second girl who they say that was about to be sad, but we've got to take a quick break. But we'll talk more about the fatal police shooting of Makai a Brian in Columbus, Ohio, in just a moment. Mm hmm. And we're back on the takeaway. I'm Nancy Solomon. And if you're just joining us, we have been talking about Makai A Bryant, who was shot and killed by police in Columbus, Ohio, last week. Still here with me is for a new Sha Mary from The Associated Press. So furnish Mukai Bryant isn't the only person who's been killed by police in and around Columbus, Ohio in recent months. There were two other fatal police shootings back in December. Tell us about those. So on December 3rd 23 year old Casey fits in junior was fatally shot by a Franklin County sheriff's deputy. That case is quite different than the other ones because the county sheriff's department does not have body cameras. They immediately after that shooting, the county approved money to get those body cameras. But without that, there is only The side of the family and the side of the officer about what happened. That case was a really complicated one because it appears that the deputy was not on duty with either the sheriff's office according to what they say or the U. S Marshal task force that he was with when he saw Casey and he said that case he waved a gun at him while driving by so that case remains under federal investigation. We still don't have any idea where that's gonna go. And shortly after 2 to 3. Weeks later, 47 year old Andre Hill was shot by Columbus police officer while I'm walking out of the garage of the friend's house that he was saying up after 911 call was made about someone turning their car on and off. The officer in that case says that you thought Hill was will be a gun. It turned out he was holding a cell phone. And that Officer Adam Quoi has been charged with murder. So where does that case stand? At this point? He's been charged with murder, so his the next hearing in the case, which is mostly a procedural hearing is Wednesday, actually And that's kind of when we'll find out where the trial goes from here, whether what it will be the dates set up and it's kind of what happens next here. What are the people in Columbus calling for They asking for specific reforms. At this point, I think of the majority of activists and and advocates in this field in in the city believe that there is just no reforming police. At this point, they don't feel that Columbus police represent them or live within their communities or understand The nuances of this community and specifically with Kaya, Brian she was in foster care and got on itself is that is a very specific case of situations going on work in this community within young people that advocates believe, Please don't get and police aren't cognizant. So I think The city has reached a boiling point from what advocates and activist told me. I don't know what really could change for them systematically. That would be enough for quick enough. This point. With the state level in the wake of the killing of George Floyd. Last year, Governor Mike DeWine, a Republican, talked about police reform. Hey, spoke about it again this weekend after the shooting of Makai A Bryant is their support for this in the Statehouse and with both controlled by the Republicans, both the House and the state Senate what's going on at the state level? Governor Mike doing within days of George Boyd's killing him and the attorney general was also Republican. Got up and, you know, issued plans for sweeping police reform as far as you know, creating a police oversight board. Professionalizing police having a certification system and and kind of just like similar to medical boards where there could be complaints on the statewide. Basis and what Governor do I really wanted and when he continued to highlight is he wants to make sure there's a stop to the fact that an officer can do Whether it's criminally or just, you know, wrongdoing, negligence and his job and be able to go from one department to another. So that's something that governor regular has made really great. What happened shortly after those reforms were introduced last year's kind of nothing. The Senate and the House are controlled by Republicans. It was a pandemic. There was a federal investigate bribery investigation that happened. There was a lot that was happening on Gliese reform kind of God put on the back burner and I don't know if it's the top priority for Republicans who control both chambers. Okay for a new Amiri is a reporter for The Associated Press and the report for America Statehouse Initiative. Thanks for news Thank you..
"mukai bryant" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"He hurt himself playing pinball games at the arcade and tweaked his back and he's out. I'm going to keep making things up about how he hurt his back next hour Pong just to see Oh, so we're still sorting through some of the takes and some of the information surrounding the death of Makai A. Bryant. This is the 16 year old. Was shot and killed by a Columbus police officer last week while she was trying to stab somebody. I'm sure we've all seen the video right. She's lunging after another girl. The police officer makes a split second decision shoots and kills her neutralizes The threat is how you might describe that right, But there's still been this outrage that she was like murdered in cold blood. You know, the takes that have come out of this. Are incredible, and they range from Why don't cops carry nets. Light trap people or something right? Or why not Just let teenager stab each other? Teenagers have a knife fighting for millennia. Of course they had. Remember those knife fights in the bag in your school, right? Guys, you know? Knifing each other. Of course. Yeah, happen every day. So now the birth family of McKay, a Brian Uh, Is going to be finding someone to sue. Your cousin told business insider. That the cousin was failed by the foster system and her mother and Bryant's biological mother are now taking talking to a lawyer about pursuing unspecified legal action. How did they lose custody of their child? Yeah, that's don't you know that That's a can of worms. I don't know if they want to open. They're gonna have to open it because I mean, people are gonna want to know. You. You loved your child so much that apparently you lost custody of the kid. Yeah. What's that all about? And you know, the cousin's name is data torrents. In Torrance said that Bryant well, she wasn't a violent person. Must have believed that her life was in danger. Except that and you know, repeating the claim that she called 911 1st, right. That seems to be a little murky one where the other I'm not sure if there's been an update. I just haven't seen I haven't seen it. That seems to be pretty well in dispute, but at the same time if she is The one who called 911. Why not stop when the cops get their? You know the cops roll up. And if you've seen the extended video, you can see her coming down the driveway. Try to tackle somebody and she gets up and tries to stab another person, right? I mean, that wasn't heat of the moment. You know, right there. I mean, you had plenty of time to rethink that decision. Especially because the cops were already on the scene, which if she is the one who called 911, and that's exactly what she wanted. So it looks like a justified shooting. I mean, it's still a tragic situation, obviously, but this just looks like family is trying to cash in on this girl's death, which to me is disgusting. It is I mean, the fact that this mother who lost custody of her child, apparently the first thing she did was run to a television camera and start giving interviews about About her child. I don't know, man. These people they the family just seems like they're trying to cash in on this death. And we're going to find out a lot, probably about that family dynamic in the near we are and it's going to be interesting to see the likes of joy Reid or somebody else. Try toe. Try toe. I don't know. Justify this. This attempt at a money grab on the grave of their daughter. They'll do it. But we'll see where that goes. There was Another situation. This video went viral over the weekend. The cops air handling some situation and a guy decides to without the camera phone and harass the cops, and it brings up McKay a brain. Oh, one of the cops is black. And his comeback is perfect in my opinion here. Listen to this. Don't kill me like macabre. Are you gonna stab somebody like her? Are you gonna stab somebody like her? Wow. But it goes. Don't kill me like Mukai Bryant. Are you gonna stab somebody like her? No, she but she called you call for help? Because you're talking about get your goofy ass like you just said that on camera is going viral? Yeah, that's going viral, and most people are saying Pretty good comeback on the part. And you look like an idiot. Yeah. That's I mean, that's what cops are up against right now. And that's why I'm not surprised. I've I've seen story after story of municipalities unable to recruit new police officers. And I'm not surprised because this is the kind of crap you got to deal with. You got a situation in Columbus, Ohio, where I mean, most of the cops in the country had nothing to do with that one way or the other, and it's justified. At least based on everything we have available to us right now, and they're still getting Harassed by people, of course. This is where we are well, and you, you're not helped by brawny LeBron putting garbage out with 1 50 million people or whatever that are on his Facebook pagers. Whatever it is, I mean, and you've got People, you know, in elected office, weighing in and saying all right away. The cops need to be held accountable. Another example. Oh, my, you know, Yeah, we go yet Another yet Another African American gunned down by police omitted the fact that Most places that would be called attempted murder, right and every cop in upon the planet has the duty to serve and protect. That's their job. He was doing both he was serving and he was protecting. Meanwhile, the dirty white kids in Portland are at it again. Another riot, We'll hear what the mayor of Portland.
"mukai bryant" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of ex. Everyone loved, dammit. DMX loved everybody. He was part of people on his fans. He loved his fans. He was he was for stance. He Wasat. The 50 year old died earlier this month and white Plains after suffering a catastrophic heart attack a month away from the man who attacked Caroline. Massive transition from life. So in her best friend and the suspect made any arrests are the NBA TV. Except Word posted and then deleted the tweet of a picture of the officer who shot and killed Columbus, Ohio Teenager Mukai Bryant with the caption Your next with the Hashtag Accountability. James later said he deleted the tweet because it was being used to create more hate in order to make up for an income shortfall due to the lack of tourism. Zimbabwe is going to start selling the rights to shoot some 500 endangered elephants, Jim Forbes says. The latest Zimbabwe parks and wildlife Management authorities said they're facing a $25 million shortfall. Due in part to a lack of sport hunting because of the pandemic, according to CNN. The center for Natural Resource Governance, eighth and Bob Way, environmental and human rights advocacy group called the decision quote appalling. Four year old Josh Vincent Jr is the king of all Josh is After winning a massive pool noodle fight over the name Saturday in Nebraska, The Lincoln Journal Star reports. Hundreds of Joshua's came from as far away as Washington state in New Jersey to participate in the battle. College student from Arizona. Josh Swain started the idea a year ago by sending Facebook messages to other Josh swings across the country. Josh Vince instead says the Sun loves the attention after winning the battle and receiving a Burger King crown for his victory. I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News from there called wandering officers. Police, who switched to another job when they are forced to resign, are facing disciplinary charges or are facing legal charges. New York has introduced legislation to ban these officers from New York policing New York City Council member Francisco Moya. The law enforcement officers fired by one department, sometimes for serious misconduct who find work at another agency. The proposed to ban on these officers is one part of joint city and state legislation. If passed, the law would apply to any officer nationwide fired or under investigation. Who wants to get a job in New York? More New York City school Children will return to classrooms tomorrow. Another 51,000 kids will return to classrooms starting Monday after they enrolled in blended learning in the last opt in period. Join about 327,000 students already engaged in blended learning still altogether that represents less than 40% of the school system's 960,000 student total. The majority of students are choosing to stay in full time remote learning. Ah, Coalition of student activists say they have a message for the mayor don't add more and y P d school safety agents to the city's schools. Or from Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini. School safety agents are civilian members of service under the NYPD, not police officers and the city is considering hiring 475 more of the agents at a cost of about $20 million, New York One reports. 16 Youth organizations, though, have signed a letter to Mayor de Blasio asking him not to go through with the plan. They say the presence of the agents who don't carry guns but work for the N y p D and do have the power to handcuff and arrest students is unnerving at a time when police killings of people of color dominate headlines. Visa. Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. Mm..
"mukai bryant" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Truth from a former CIA analyst Buck Sexton. So we're gonna be talking a lot about policing and a lot about Everything that's going on this week because this is what the national conversation is. People are talking about policing, and people are talking about race and racism and all of that stuff, So let's talk about it and the conversation. About policing in America is so racialized that we don't even cut through that conversation to talk about what reforms really should be made and really need to be made. We always Go with the narrative in the narrative is not necessarily true. The narrative about policing and about you know, black people in police officers in this country, the narrative would have you believe that black people walk around everywhere in every single place in this country. With their lives in danger because some cop could just run up to me at any moment and then just shoot me in the chest for no reason. Look, I'm not running. I don't have. I don't have Ah, weapon. You know, I'm not resisting arrest on like they can just shoot me from the reason that is absolutely false. But there is a conversation that needs to be had about some of the levels of policing and some of the be the processes. And procedures for policing, and that is a fair conversation to have in in. So when we get into that, let's let's sort of we frame this conversation right now. And I want to reframe it out of this idea that it is on Lee Black people, Black Americans that are having these negative and potentially fatal encounters with police officers at all time because that narrative Is not true. And I might give you some statistics. And this is this from Fox News. And according to Fox News, this is fatal Police shootings as of April 12th 2021. 52 black Americans were side and killed by police. Three of them were unarmed. 109 White Americans were shot and killed by police. Five of them were unarmed. So you have and this is what the facts are telling us. That more white Americans than black Americans. Shot and killed by police. More unarmed White Americans as of 2021 this year have been shot and killed by police that were unarmed. And so when we frame things like this, and we think about this conversation, then it stops becoming about race. And then it starts becoming a more difficult conversation, and it becomes a more different conversation. And I think a conversation That may actually be valuable for us to have because it becomes a conversation that is not so tinged with race all the time. We have to start having the real conversation about some of these tactics. Because even though the media will not tell you this, the media has no interest. And white people killed by police whether they're armed or unarmed. They have no interest in that because it does not sell for them. It does not give you clicks. If you were listening to me yesterday, I told you That I worked in media. And I was doing these stories. You know, what I did was was I would find the story that was written, and then I would use my voice and and then you know, we throw some video on it and put it out there And in the summer this is back in the summer of 2016. And they could not wait to find another story honor in black person shot by police under a black person shot and killed by police. They couldn't wait because this Is what sold for them. And what doesn't sell for them is when we talk about stories about white Americans that were shot and killed by police, and I want you to listen to a man named Brandon Tatum. Brandon Tatum was a police officer. And he has a very large online platform. You could find him everywhere at the Officer Tatum, and he's a really good resource because he speaks to these policing issues a lot and I want you to listen to him because he has a different perspective. On on all of this stuff, and he went to BBC news with this perspective, and I think it's very interesting. So play cut 19. Well, listen to this. So the write off people being killed by police is the rate is higher amongst black people that amongst the rest off the population, What do you How do you account for? That is if that isn't a systemic racism problem. Yeah, That's the first of all. That's not true. Twice as many white people go killed by police every year, twice as many white people were killed on on by police every year. You just don't see it. There's a gentleman named Tony Tempeh. I guarantee you. Anybody watching me have no idea who Tony tip is. Tony Temple was murdered in the same fashion and George floor was killed, but because he was white, we don't hear about it and nobody cares about it. Nobody's talking about police reform when he was suffocated and killed, But they only talk about it because George Ford is black black people commit over half of violent crimes in this country. And only make up 13% of the population. They commit over half of the murders in this country, but only make up 13% of the population, and we can agree that 13% of the population aren't the criminals. There's only a small fraction of the black community that's doing this. So that explains why police are in the black community is more. And that explains why black people are incarcerated more They are making up lies saying that it has anything to do with racism. Do you understand that there's black police officers, too. Patrol in many of these majority black cities. Are they racist? And of course he is absolutely right. He is absolutely right. And when you break down the Statistics. When you break down the fax and data when you break down everything about all of this stuff, and you see why, like I said earlier in the show, there is a reason why Some of these black Americans are being over pleased. No, there's a reason why some of these communities have more police officers in them. There is a reason why some of these African Americans have more negative police officer. Interactions in this crime rate is the issue. This crime rate is the problem. And the issue that I have with the left. As they try to quote unquote fix this problem. They want to fix everything by legislation. They want to fix everything by legislation. You cannot legislate morality. You cannot legislate a good upbringing. You cannot legislate two parents in the household. You cannot legislate. Somebody not Interacting or acting out with violence. You cannot legislate things like that. No matter how much the left tries to do it, you cannot legislate this stuff. And you cannot ignore. The structural issues when it comes to the black family when it comes to, um, educational system When you come to all of this stuff like you can't discount all of that stuff. And you can't always put the onus on police officers. And you can't always put the onus on the federal government or people that are on federal payrolls or state payrolls or whatever to raise these kids because these kids are not doing well, Those young those two young teenage girls And in D. C that carjacked the uber driver killed him killed this uber driver. They're more worried about her their phones. This young lady Mukai Bryant. Who was obviously failed by the system in some way, shape or form but was still on her way to to literally stabbed another teenage girl. This stuff Is not going to be fixed with legislation now. Granted, some of the processes need to be reformed. But you cannot legislate morality. You cannot.
"mukai bryant" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Killings in the world. I want the killing to stop. I think a lot of people would not gonna argue that. Okay, Let's just call this out. All right? We're in the trust zone here, right? Yeah. On this show? Yeah. First of all that's totally exploitive of media outlets. What they do Guess we should expect it by now. You know what's gonna happen, right? As far as This woman. Talking about this situation. What is the first thing that comes to your mind? Well, I think it's exploitive on her part. She obviously was doing something that her home was not stable enough. For her to be trusted with Mukai Bryant. And her four siblings. This part. I don't know. I knew that she was in foster. The other four kids in Foster Do not know that I don't know what the situation is, but apparently home. Life was bad enough that you Kaya was not Was not living with her mom at the time. And so this mom The first thing she does after this situation is get in front of a television camera. Correct. And start telling things that are not true. Which one of them was. I think it was her and another family member who had claimed that Mikhail was the one who called 911. That doesn't appear to be the case she may have called 911. You know again that that part is still little murky. But the 911 phone call that we have publicly. It's not her. It's someone calling about her. Right now. I'm a kind of Bryant was a human being. And I think something had happened in her life that led to that awful moment. Her entire life was a tragedy, and we shouldn't lose sight of that fact. No, I think we all know that. But At the same time. I really don't appreciate this Mom acting like she's a victim. Because She's responsible for McKay O'Briant's life being a tragedy. At the end of the day. There may be other things that fed into that. Not saying Oh, you're this horrible person. But at the end of the day, you're responsible for your kids. And you screwed up somewhere along the line. You gotta own that. Your kid's dead because of that. I totally agree with that Anything is I also hold the dad. Partly responsible. Well, sure. No one else that I know of in the media would say that I think that's part of it because Heard other people having this conversation. It might have been Matt Walsh. I'm not sure Probably Was saying, Okay, there was a failure somewhere, right? That You cannot argue there was a failure somewhere. Wasn't with the police in this situation. No. The police did exactly what the police are supposed to do in that situation, if we're to be honest Now, if you want to bring up Hey, is there some other way? That police could be taught. To somehow defuse this kind of situation when a person has a knife, ready to stab another. If you wanna have that conversation, be my guest. And if you can figure it out great. To make that the highlight of this failure. Nobody's buying that No reasonable person is buying. Well, every police Emblen on every car of every precinct in America. They go by the same thing to serve and protect. Yes, that's exactly what he was doing. Well, then, where was the failure? All the four year wasn't with the officer. Where was it? Well, e mean we could talk about Listen, there's a lot of people that have become very successful that come from crappy, You know, parenting. And it did it somewhere along the line. The fork in the road came and you went the wrong way. I mean, her mother. Obviously, Mike, if you lose your child of the foster care system, something went wrong. So you failed. Well, yeah, I think I think you could say that. Yes, Yes, Absolutely. Yes, it's time to stop trying to all we might hurt someone's feelings. She failed. She flat out failed. At the same time, this girl 16. At some point in time. The responsibility shift onto yourself Now, if you've been taught Your entire life to act a certain way It's situations he could say That's not your fault, but you're gonna pay the price for it. Oh, yeah, It's just no doubt about it. Yes. But in our society right now, we can't have those kinds of conversations because it might be offensive to somebody, even though we all know it to be true. Reasonable people I'm talking about. That's what's happened. The other thing. I mentioned this before I'll try. Not that bang on it all the time that you realize when the cops roll up It's not like they're an unmarked cars. Right. No one stops what they're doing. To a lot of people that's unimaginable. Especially with the narrative out there from the left, saying black people are scared to death of the cops. They're afraid they're going to get shot for no reason. We have a girl with a knife that in front of a cop shoves a girl down. Then gets up to stab another girl, and we got a guy kicking another girl in the back of the head in front of cops. They don't look too scared to me. That's a load of B s. You got To tell the truth. The media is doing this on purpose. They're stoking racial tension. I can't think of a reasonable person that doesn't see that. There was a failure. And it needs to be called out. Meanwhile, I don't know if you saw this part of the story. It was the neighbor that released the other video. Shows the investment in the clear picture. Yes, yeah. And the neighbor. Had the guts to say what else was the cop supposed to do, right? I'm paraphrasing, but said It happened so fast. Think he acted right? That's it. Don't think he had a choice. That's what he needed to do. So where does it go from here? Because I mean, you're gonna have the race hustlers all over this, but to me Are a lot of people in America that saw what happened to George Floyd. Right, me like, okay, There's no way that should have happened, right? With Dante, right, and even more with this girl. Here. Bryant. You were like, Okay, You've lost us now. This'll doesn't make any sense at all. What are the cops supposed to do? And The Dante right case. We all agree you can't grab The block when you think you're grabbing the tater don't know. But in this no, there's nothing wrong with what the cop did. And that's just crazy. Anything else? No, I just waiting on LeBron today. I want to tell you how to think, because I don't know what to make of it. Now that I've seen the whole video By the way, real quick to just totally different story. But when it comes to race relations No, this intelligence is a white man's mythology. Got it. That's right university researcher The graduate assistant at the University of Cincinnati. And by the way, If you ever called female smart, you know what that is? You know what sexist Why Well, you should stop doing it. Because if you call your female colleagues, smart or clever, brilliant. Um, it's sexist. And fantasizing. It shouldn't be surprising to you that in 2021 that women are capable of thought I knew that was gonna be it. Could it not just be. Hey, you're smart. You're complimenting someone for their intelligence. No now can't be that No, By the way, she said, you're doing the same thing. When you describe your black and Latino students is very bright. Stop it. I don't know. We're also told that there are certain people in America that can't get an idea. They can't figure it out. So which is it? Pick one. You can't have both. It doesn't make any sense. Oh, yeah. How do you know what's the over under on the number of cats she owns. She's pretty young man. It's all the same like four, right? Maybe she hasn't had time to go full on cat order thistles something man from a guy that has three cats. Yeah. I'm also married and have a child yet. I understand that. Maybe she does, too. We just don't know what if you're single and have to cast David, I'm over here, flinching in the corner..
"mukai bryant" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Your White house with your Probably more the lawn twice a day. You bastard Mike and Georgia, Mike and Georgia. What did you call to tell us? Mike in Georgia. Yes, sir. I just had a question. If I've missed something here, the officer involved shooting in Columbus, Ohio, where the officer had to shoot a perp. That was just a split second away from opening up a young lady like a rock watermelon. It was pinned against the car. Whereas I missed the interview for the lady that was pinned against Karas. Thank the officer for saving her life. We have all missed that and we've all looked for it, which doesn't seem to be available. It is past Well, look, I thought the same thing Mike, it is possible. It's because she's underage. She's a minor. Maybe her family doesn't want her talking. Or if she talks and upsets the black lives matter Movement. What does that do to her? You know the girls 16. I'm not defending it by any means. I'm just trying to explain why she's not talking. I understand. Yeah, I don't get it either. Weird times, man. 866. I love w j I I bet I know. Bet. I know who could have saved that girl if she had been there, And I better Buddy Daniel in Houston knows too right, Daniel. Sure do I sure. Don't like how you all assume, shared it and have the ability to save George Floyd. For all y'all know, I should have had a couple bottles of Narcan in her purse for God, dammit! Who could have saved what shit? Sher Sher is what he's saying. Yeah, sheriff could have done because she mentioned it earlier shares that I wish I could have been there for George Floyd. And I'm sure she wishes she had been there for Makhaya. Yeah, I'm sure she probably wishes that as well. Well, well, what she had done? I don't know. 866 I love W J. Let's take another one Misty in Arkansas. Go ahead, Misty. What did you want to say? Oh, you know all this masked man dating stuff. I got a nurse friend that Where's all that? Get up, You know that they have to wear and she come down with the cove it and all this other stuff with the black lives matter. You know, I need to get rid of the mask Mandate and man this black last night, er stuff is for the birds. Bird, the bird's you say? Well, what kind of bird are you? No, don't say that. In the meantime, Makhaya Bryant's mother, huh? And I can't figure out what? Because she was in foster care. Yes, it's not enough. This is her birth mother or foster care, mother or what? But anyway, the lady that is saying she is Mukai Bryant Mother said she wants her daughter to be real. Member is a very loving child. She was my daughter, My baby. I loved her. She was talented and smart and funny, and her favorite color was blue. Yeah, that changes things. We don't want to talk about the whole stabbing thing. That's no way to remember this young girl. Remember the good things about her? The loving and caring woman, new young girl that she is? Yeah. Her favorite color was blue but sometimes red, and she wanted the drive way out in front of that house to be read. Oh, dear..
"mukai bryant" Discussed on WTVN
"On Jay Ratliff every Friday with us with all things travel in aviation. Plus, I have some audio I want to. I want to play him and see what he thinks so that that's going to be coming up at 6 35 course we continue to follow everything with Mukai A Bryant at this point more fresh new audio from yesterday and overnight and we caught up with Keith Farrell, who's the president of the F O P. Lodge number nine locally here and central Ohio. He represents a lot of law enforcement. Specifically the CPD and I will stay with this. This lady latest case this latest sadly tragedy with Mukai Bryant. It does feel like there's a lot of great transparency and that the city and police are doing their best to work together. Yeah, you know, I think we've seen that. You know, they want to be very transparent. They brought things out right away. I've just seen Yeah, it's just Work together very well. To get information out to the public. It does feel that way. Anyway, I was just curious what you thought about that, you know, So we've seen what three different videos. I think there's certainly more to look at it at this point, B C. I is currently investigating what What are they going to be looking at? Now? That the public like you and I, and and that person going toe work doesn't know yet. What kind of things they're they're looking at. Well, I mean, you know, I'm not specifically where, but this is a police officer. But you're obviously talking to everybody. It's seen every witness they can. There may be other footage that were all unaware of But don't do a thorough investigation. Like you know, you would expect for any, you know, significant event And certainly this was a tragedy that they will, you know, not leave any stone uncovered. You know, there are a lot of questions. Keep girls with us The president of the F O P Large number nine and yesterday you probably saw it to Keith. It was all over social media people questioning. Well, why didn't officer rear didn't use Well, Let's just start with this. Why didn't he use a Taser Your thoughts on that? Well, obviously specifically, he watched instead to be CIA. Just tell you in a law enforcement perspective in general that were not trained. Use that any deadly force encounter. And unfortunately when you have a knife or a gun, that's what that is. You've heard people talk about. Why did you make this person or use a Taser? If something goes wrong in the deployment that Taser or isn't effective, which is possible we're probably is it appears, at least in that video to be about, you know, roughly a second, maybe away from someone else being probably killed Or seriously injured. Yeah, You know what, Keith? You echo actually, pretty much what interim chief would said Hey, let's play that quick clip like like I cannot respond specifically to this the specific incident, But what I can say is When officers are faced with someone employing deadly force. Deadly force can be the response the officer gives. I didn't What point is it more prudent for.
"mukai bryant" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Walks of important things to talk about this eve thing, and I'm going to start off with something. That might very well be me making a mountain out of a mole hill. Imagine that. But it was a headline and I want a A newspaper with national promise prominence. This is the headline. Why it's not always appropriate to Quote. Check in with your black friends. I can only assume that this article is written directed at white people. Have a topic of racism underlined. And it was a lengthy diatribe. Of how inconsiderate it can be a times for white people. To check in on their black friends. And how some black people are upset by it. And I wanna predicated all of my comments on if you get upset because someone checked in on you to make sure that you were okay. Then. Either. That person is not your friend or you are not their friend. But the fact that we the fact that that's a headline the fact that there's a headline instructing white people that somehow it's insensitive. To see if black people are okay. Exemplifies to me. How absurd the media the mainstream media has gotten and looking for reasons to find race based of fence. And looking for reasons to lecture people who happen to be born with a very fair complexion. It's literally Lecture. Criticism, a comment on how inconsiderate one convey be. In the effort to be considerate. The first paragraph. We saw it on social media after George Floods death last summer after Derek Shovels guilty verdict this week, and during the many black deaths in between, quote, checking on your black friends. I must have missed that. I didn't see that. Request. I, uh you know, maybe I'm working too much. It continued for black people. How are you can be a loaded question. Two small phrase Aston spaces that could rarely accommodate the answer. You know, for white people? That's the case as well. But Again. It's a time in America. To generally holistically. Lecture white people They continues with Children, so I'm guilty. There was an exhilaration and in some cases celebration, but there was also an unrelenting grief. There was recognition among black Americans of what the moment offered. What it's still denied. The pair of continues about 20. Minutes before the verdict was announced. A 16 year old black girl, Mukai Bryant, was shot and killed by police in Columbus, Ohio. That is very true. Although two incredibly disparate situations. The article continues. On social media. Some black people said they appreciate when white friends and colleagues check in. Others said there's nothing they want less. Some non black people might not be sure what to say. Wait a second. So what This article is saying mind you Is that some, like people want their friends to check in on him, and some black people want to be left alone. And that's some non black people might not know what to say. Mm. I mean, that kind of sounds like they're speaking about groups of individuals that feel individually about individual things. Continues. There's no one size fits all response to racial trauma, said Brandon J. Johnson, creator of the Black Middle Wellness Land YouTube page. There's no one size fits all approach to how to support all those in these moments where we have these complex emotions based on our individual experiences. Actually, Brandon and I would assume you would agree. There's no one size fits all for any people of any color because everyone is different. They are like you said individuals. They're understand when you read some more. There are distinctions. A difference between checking in with a close friend. Someone you haven't spoken to in a decade. Oh, you mean it's different to check in on a friend and check in with someone you don't know? Really? Because if you haven't talked to someone in a decade, guess what? They're not. Third out, your friend. Difference between checking into offers aboard and checking in just to say you did Wait. You mean people that are sincere? When they seek out to help with the actual friend is better than people that are insincere. I am. You know, are just exploiting situation. Well, that's a novel. Take There's a difference between telling someone you love them and seeking answers to impossible questions. Yes, one of them is you're telling somebody you love him and the other situation is you're asking them a question. In fact, there's no relationship between the two. And when I talked to a therapist who specializes in racial trauma, there's no one way to reach out and say, Hey, I'm attending to your trauma. How would you reach out to somebody you love knowing they lost someone Because that's what's happening. We're losing ourselves. We're losing members of our community. We're losing people that look like us. We're holding our breath, most recently for a year to see whether the outcome is travel's going to confirm what are eyes already told us We're not a monolith is the next sub headline, And that was a quote from the director of trauma informed treatment. Here's the thing. No group of people whether they share had skin color and eye color, a job a career, none of them a gender and identity, Amauri and none of them are a monolith. And everyone Everyone. Response to trauma differently. It's recognize that we're all individuals and let's stop looking for reasons to terrorists apart, especially the media. It's disgusting. Novak is powering a new generation by providing renewable.
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"Show. Well, the Derrick Shobin verdict came down guilty on all three counts. And while you may say justice has been served the Department of Justice isn't saying exactly those words. Yet. Joining us is NBC News Radio National correspondent Michael Bauer and Michael Welcome back to the show. The Department of Justice seems to be saying, Mark, Hold my beer. Let's look at this here and and they're going to. They've begun the process of launching into an investigation into what they call possible patterns of discrimination. As it pertains to the Minneapolis police department. That is just so we're clear. This is the now fourth investigation open current investigation that the Department of Justice has in regards to Minneapolis PD. So that's what you could see. I mean, this the most recent one prior to this announcement from Merrick Garland, the attorney general yesterday. Is the one that was the criminal case against whether or not officer former officers show been violated George Floyd's civil rights So that was the one just prior to that, But you can go back to 2016 Philando Castile. You can go back to Dante. Right? April 11th of this year in Brooklyn Center, and you could see where the Department of Justice was starting to think. Maybe there's a pattern here. Maybe we should investigate if there's a pattern. So this is the first Biden administration interview investigation in regards to pattern or practice, and this is going to be. In essence, the department assessing whether Police Department in Minnesota has a pattern of using excessive force in arrests or protests whether the department's officers engage in discriminatory conduct. And whether it's treatment of people with behavioral disabilities violates the law. This is what they're going to look at, with help from the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division and the U. S attorney's office of the District of Minnesota, and if they do find Unlawful practices or patterns. There, according to Merrick, Garland in the Department of Justice will also have the authority to bring a civil lawsuit against the Minneapolis police Department. And again this is nothing new for Minneapolis. You know, as I mentioned 2016 with Philando Castile, but you go back to 2014 and find the DOJ back then were auditing the Minneapolis police Department over its policing practices so This is sort of been a longstanding thing, this element of making sure that this is not a pattern or practice. That's longstanding, certainly sounds like a legitimate investigation here, and I don't Presume that this is going to be the only one because when you look at what's happened in the past 24 hours in Columbus, Ohio, and the shooting of the black teen who was charging two females with a knife, according to video footage that we've seen from the incident. There's a concern now for Columbus, now, in the case of the 16 year old girl was shot Mukai of Brian, according to every law enforcement person that I've seen on television, discussing the video footage, they all say the police officers were justified in the way that they reacted in this particular case, but Take this back A couple of months February of this year, A former Columbus police officer Adam Koi, was indicted on charges related to the fatal shooting of Andre Hill of 47 Year Old black men. Now does that possibly open the door to the Department of Justice to go? Maybe this has some pattern to it on some level because you also while the police officers were saying that, you know, look what this officer did in this situation they had to do with Mukai Bryant. You also have the mayor who's coming out and saying that while we don't have all the facts yet, and we're waiting for the investigation to wrap up, we know a 16 year old girl, a community. Child here has been killed and his question the bottom line question. The mayor has his did Mukai a Bryant need to die yesterday? Is that the on Lee means by which this all could have been stopped. And that's the question that investigation will have to bring together and might also launched the Department of Justice into investigating a town like Columbus that Makhaya Bryant story is When you look at the video and you slow it down. It looks like she's about to plunge the knife into another woman. And you know, an officer has to Make this split second decision that was 12. Seconds from out of the car. Two shots fired. Yeah, By the way, when you watch it, it felt like four seconds. I mean, it really did. And as you're watching that, and the distance between the officer who fired the shot and the woman who was holding the knife A lot of people say, Well, what about having a Taser fired on some level for that particular officer? There was a long distance, not one that would have been reached by Taser wires and prongs. And secondly, if she was wearing this, this is the belief that largely she was wearing a sweatshirt or some sort of second layer of clothing that if she had gotten hit on that clothing, the problems wouldn't have even done anything. In regards to a Taser voltage shot on any level that would have caused her to stop. So there are questions there. But then there's also questions coming from the community and the people who were protesting last night, saying, What about a warning shot? What about a shot that takes out one's leg or an arm or something along those lines? It didn't have to be four consecutive shots to the torso. What about something like that? So there are questions that are out there again when you're talking about a split second decision made by an officer who, according to that officers boss, the police chief in Columbus, they said, if an officer is faced with someone employing deadly force, deadly force can be the response. Not just Towards that officer. But towards a third party. If somebody is being is employing deadly force, the police officer then can respond with deadly force. So that's going to be with the big question comes into play here in that time frame over that very short span of time. While this person apparently looks like she's about to plunge the knife into someone What decision? What other decisions could have been made? Is there anything that would have stopped the situation that didn't require the incident that actually happened with the four shots? I guess what I'm saying. This is like an NFL replay on steroids really is it really is slow mo back it up. Take 10 minutes, but But this one here to me was fairly clear Cut, and now we're just breaking it down into the minutia of it all, And I'm not sure you could get into the officer's head. Eyes. To what that moment that decision that moment Woz and why, And even in retrospect, as they try to recall all they knows that girl was about the stab somebody else and as sad as it is End of story. The entire moment seems like an adrenaline filled, you know, Couple of seconds worth of video footage where the cop gets out of the car. There's somebody already tumbling towards him. Who's falling down coming down the front yard? I mean, we also have now here. In retrospect, we have the pleasure and An ability to have hindsight to go. Okay. Now we're hearing that the two girls who especially the one in the pink looked like she was going to be the victim of a stabbing may have been the aggressor on initially when and according to what we're hearing, the person who called police was the girl who actually ended up getting shot to death by the police because these other girls had broken into her house, her grandmother's house..
"mukai bryant" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"We told you about this story out of Columbus, Ohio, yesterday about the shooting of a police officer there, shot and killed a 16 year old girl who Now that we've seen body cam footage, we she apparently was holding a knife and coming after another person. Now. What's interesting about this is that this is being very tightly connected to the Derrick Show Vin Trial and the Derrick Show Vin verdict and the situation. What happened with George Floyd and we've got started to see a lot of politicians come out. You're seeing a lot of politicians talk about this and say that it's very similar to trying to make it apples and apples situation of repeated apples and oranges and not just politicians. But now LeBron James is coming out and talking about this, And here's what happened yesterday. So LeBron James when this story broke and the men this shooting happened right after the verdict came down, he tweeted out this It said, your next hashtag accountability with an hourglass emoji, and then it was a picture of the officer. Who shot 16 year old Mukai Bryant, who's the teenager in Columbus. But the body cam footage shows Mukai a Bryant threatening another person's life. Supposedly so here. A lot of people reacted negatively to this, and I don't blame them because LeBron James almost I say almost. I don't think he was triggering a call to action here. But he was basically saying this officer did the same thing Derek Sheldon did with that tweet. And I'm sorry. It's not the same thing. Even the Columbus police chief agrees when officers are faced with someone.
"mukai bryant" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Viable She was a very loving, peaceful little girl. She was 16 years old. She was on a roasted it and, um Look, I a had a motherly nature about her. She promoted peace and that's something that I want to always be remembered. No, I understand. The Mother being president of scene. And being upset. I I appreciate Her painting a portrait of her daughter as someone that's loving and peaceful. I do not understand her not being there to raise her child. And the Outraged, angry Young woman that we see in the video taking a big swing with a large knife at another child. It suggests And and I don't. I mean, I'm just bothered by the tragedy of my chi a story. Appreciate that Paula Bryant was heartbroken about her her daughter's death. She doesn't seem heartbroken. There were no tears and maybe they were later. But she seemed to be pushing a story. As opposed to grieving And I'd like to have some edification is to watch how she lost custody. The struggle the struggle of this young woman to foster care. It's 16 to being in the yard swing and knife it to other young girls. It all seems like an incredible, incredibly tragic situation. That most certainly. There had to have been an avenue for avoidance. What we have seen. I mean, we see this video we see this officer acting to protect the life of another young girl. And then we've seen the Incredibly dissident Gen US public response attorney Ben Crump, who has been lionized as a fighter for civil rights, but Really is just a personal injury attorney Looking to make a fortune, which is made Over these incidents. He immediately came out and said Mukai Bryant was shot unarmed. He claimed this to his hundreds of thousands of Twitter followers claimed it to the media claimed it to the world. And it was a falsity. And there were so many singer activist Belinda Hale. Tweeted. So here we are in the midst of a guilty verdict. Another trigger happy cop shoots and kills a 15 year old girl when she was the one that called them for help, claiming they saw a knife. Like people have no one. We are alone. Was. None of that is true. None of it. It's simply a falsity. And there are people That, believe it. There are people that swear by it. I think that because they've heard some people they admire say it. But it must be true. I saw a video protesters marching with a phalanx shield. Through the streets blocking streets. There's other protests. Let's listen to the black lives matter. Protests In Columbus..
"mukai bryant" Discussed on KPCC
"Guilty. This verdict Agreed to this 20th day of April. 2021 at 1 44. PM Science Juror four person juror number 19. Same caption Verdict. Count two we, the jury in the above entitled matter as to count two third degree murder, perpetrating an eminently dangerous act. Find the defendant guilty. This verdict agreed to this 20th day of April 2021. At 1:45 P.m. signed by jury four person juror number 19. Same caption verdict. Count three. We, the jury in the above, entitled matter as to count three second degree manslaughter, culpable negligence, creating an unreasonable risk. Find the defendant guilty. The Associated Press is now reporting that the Justice Department will open a sweeping investigation into policing practices in Minneapolis. What will the verdict and this investigation mean for policing going forward? Can you tweet? Now It's time to keep the focus on remaking policing and reconstructing this country according to its own best values to quote James Baldwin, we still need to begin again and Brett Tweet. I think it's a drop in the bucket. It took an egregious and clearly recorded incident for this to happen. How many have slipped through the cracks because they didn't gain national attention. With us today, Pastor Patrick Kongolo. He's pastored Resurrection Houston Church in Houston, Texas. He was a friend of George Floyd's, and I want to bring to new voices into the conversation ratio on Ray is a professor of sociology at the University of Maryland. He's also the David Rubenstein fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution. Professor Ray Welcome back. Thank you for having me also with us. Craig Futterman. He's a professor and resident Dean at the University of Chicago. He's also the founder and director of the Civil rights and Police Accountability Project. Professor Fundamentals Great to have you back as well. Thanks for having me back to him. So Professor Federman walk us through the final verdict and how it played out yesterday. Who Like much of the nation, I exhaled assed much as I believe that this would be the result. I didn't realize just how nervous I was until I began. You hear? Judge Cahill Read the verdict that you just played and I released some breath Finally. And I then looked at Derek Sheldon's eyes. If they were just starting nervously in denial that he still couldn't believe that this was happening that he would actually be held accountable for what he did like I'm the police. He didn't listen. This case should have been a slam dunk for the prosecutor. That shouldn't have been this hard and this isn't a criticism of the prosecution. They did an excellent job on the case. The prosecution easily satisfied each of the elements of the charges, including the most serious charge second degree murder beyond any reasonable doubt. Wow. Reason and logic pointed to that slam dunk conviction. As we said this case is also about a white police officer accused of killing a black man in America. That's why so many of us were holding our breath. Despite the video, and as I commented yesterday, we shouldn't be confused that a guilty verdict means that this is justice doesn't mean that we've solved systemic racism and policing. Doesn't mean that place will suddenly now stop killing and abusing black folks. And it certainly doesn't mean we've addressed the code of silence. That guilty verdict does not mean that all is well in America that We now know that police will be held accountable when they abuse their power. And indeed the fact that I and so much of the nation had to hold our breath as Judge Kaye, how began reading that verdict just shows how far we remain from equal justice here. Professor Ray, I'm curious for you. How significant is this verdict? Well, I think it depends. I mean, I think before verdict like the one convicting Chauvet of murder can actually heal us. Another killing instantly Rip the band aid off of an open wound. And, no, I'm not talking about the killing of 20 year old Dante right, which was literally just a stone's throw away from where George Floyd was murdered. Nor my talking about 13 year old or, you know Adam Toledo in Chicago. I'm actually talking about 15 year old. Michio Bryant, who was killed in Columbus, Ohio, almost simultaneously to the time with Sheldon. Verdict was handed down and so as we just heard over 1000 people are killed by police every single year since the start of the show in trial over 60 people. Have been killed. And so part of what people want is not just looking at one killing. What people actually want is accountability for the entire system. And you're you mentioned Mukai a. This This was a 16 year old girl in Columbus, Ohio. Police say she was holding a knife and threatening another teenager, her aunt says. She had called them for help. We're in this this moment when I'm wondering a lot about How conversations around Police Accountability feel siloed from Conversations about housing policy and education policy and disparities in health care and mental health care. And there's a long list and how it all intersects with Race and racism and Pastor Angola you You alluded to this in our earlier conversation, but How are you thinking about how the dots connect between all of these different issues. Well, it's interesting if you look, you know, you tell this story by using real people. If you look at the life of George Floyd Knowing about what I know of him. He was a Championship football player in third War Texas number 88 Jack Yates. Brimming full of potential. But where did he live? He lived in a place which formally had a A heavily white and Jewish population, but had moved out. The school system was failing. He lived in a housing project that had generations Of his own family lived there, mother and grandmother when when you You. You see the the inequities of the education system, where he was the lack of availability of jobs. Little things like there wasn't a grocery store within a square mile of his home. You know all these things play into it. And then when you say, man, I need some help. You've got to go 1000 miles away, or I haven't many miles Minnesota is from third War Texas. Try to get some help. And then when you get there The same system that you thought you were running from. You ran into when the knee of Derrick show Vin was pressed upon his neck as he was screaming for for breath and so When you look it just just look at his life. You see the inequities and if we don't wake up to the realization that we've gotta deal with this This. This this fabric, this quilt of systemic racism that has kept this country in the yet to be United States state that it's in. If we don't deal with that. I think we're gonna continue to run into this. I mean, just like you, said Mukai Bryant. You know, it's a great illustration of that. Mary writes on Facebook. This verdict feels hollow to me. Building racial justice is 400 years too late. We promote the false narrative of American supremacy, but we have inequities and access to.
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"Minus added that the family has been incredible in the whole process. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther is asking the public to stay calm after a teenager was killed in an officer involved shooting not just the mayor, my father We know. Based on this footage, the officer took action to protect another young girl, but the family's grieving deny this young girl will never be coming home. Officials released body Cam footage yesterday in the video 16 year old Mukai Bryant has seen pushing a girl to the ground and then turning and swinging what appears to be a knife at a second girl before being fatally shot by an officer. Three mass vaccination sites in the state are now offering covert 19 vaccines without appointments. Doctor Rachel Herlihy, the lowest rates of disease transmission that we're seeing right now are Those 65 plus year olds where we have a highly vaccinated population, days and times for the three sites very they're going to be a dick sporting goods Park in Commerce City in the Broadmoor World, Arena and Springs are offering same day appointments for people whose schedule in advance. The State Health Department is releasing more info into Dr MoMA Health and Wellness Clinic in Colorado Springs in the investigation into them, the clinics accused of not storing vaccines properly, documents show the owner may have scheduled vaccination appointments before she got confirmation that her sight would get vaccines. An email exchange between the state and the clinic shows that the doctor MoMA apologized to Health Department officials for not being well informed and asking for advice to deal with those appointments over 135 million Americans breathing polluted air, the American Lung Association releasing its annual state of the year reporting, it says more than four out of 10 people in the US live where the air is polluted. The report found that people of color were over 60% more likely than white people live in a county with unhealthy air. It also said that climate change continues to make air pollution worse. Nation's worst polluted air. Most polluted Los Angeles. The nation's cleanest was Burlington, Vermont. Coming up the Levelland Police department being investigated after arresting a 73 year old woman with dementia, putting her in jail for five hours and possibly breaking her wrist. We'll talk more about whether police need more training to deal with these type of people that coming up with 5 54 with the Alzheimer's Association. First, the traffic every 10 minutes. Here's Jonathan Steele. Have great shape this morning. Dry roadways down here. We have seen some light flurry activity in the downtown area. Not that it's really causing any problems at all. Could see some wet road conditions in areas but so far so good for the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center fact getting across the city looks good with speeds on the high side. I 25 anyway from 120th out of North clan and all the way down to the tech center to see 4 70. You're 27 minutes on the driver start to see a little bit of a backup on the I 76 westbound. 25 South bound ramp. Slight delay there to 70, though, remains good. Coming out of commerce City between I 76 I 70 right at about seven minutes. I 70 to the East as.
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"Coming up after the news on the BBC World Service. It's hard talk with me. Steven Sacker may be the most dramatic policy shift to follow the transfer of power from Trump to Biden. Come in the field of climate change team, Biden is promising hundreds of billions of dollars to speed up the D carbon ization of the U. S economy. The White House wants cooperation with China to make good on the Paris agreement on emissions cuts. My guest today. Michael Mann is one of America's leading climate scientists, he says a new climate war is unfolding. If so, who are today's biggest climate enemies. It's been spiking upward with the carbon emissions. We've flattened them. We now have to bring them down the other side. We have to bend that curve downward and we have to do it rapidly, but it's still possible it's still possible to do that in time to avert catastrophic planetary warming. That's Michael Mann on hard talk after the news. BBC News. Hello, this is Jerry Smith. President Biden has urged Americans to come together to confront systematic racism after white former police officer was found guilty of murdering George Floyd. Mr Biden said the conviction of Derrick Show Vin could be a giant step forward in the march towards justice in America. What he said Such verdicts were almost much too rare for so many people. Seems like it took a unique and extraordinary convergence of factors. Brave young woman smartphone camera. Crowd. It was traumatized. Traumatized witnesses. Murder that last almost 10 minutes in broad daylight. Problem. Maybe the whole world to see. The jury found Derek shaving guilty on three counts of murder and manslaughter. He'll be sentenced at a later date and could face up to 40 years in prison. Big bronze reports. The conviction of Derrick Show. Vin is a mass stone in the ongoing struggle for black equality. But it's a long way from being an M point. This verdict will not provide an instant remedy. Backs of police violence have often being the sperm for racial change. But while the murder of George Floyd has brought about a racial reckoning, that's a very different thing from saying it's brought about racial reconciliation. Black teenage girl has been fatally shot by the police in Columbus, Ohio, Minutes before the verdict was announced. In the George Floyd case, local media said Police were responding to an emergency call. Body camera footage released by Columbus Police appears to show the 16 year old identified as Mukai Bryant swinging a knife at another girl before being shot four times. President of you ever says he wants to rebuild the unity of the European football's governing body after the withdrawal of all six English premier clubs from a planned break away European Super League In a statement, Alexander check, Corinne praised the English clubs for admitting their mistake and said it was now time to move forward together for the benefit of the European game. The Russian President Vladimir Putin, is said to deliver his annual state of the nation address at a time of growing tension between Russia and the West. Last week, Washington accused Moscow of malign activity. Steve Rosenberg is in Moscow. The annual presidential address normally focuses on domestic issues, but Valium and Putin has used it before to send signals abroad on this year's speech comes at a time of growing tension between Russia and the West. Last week, there were tit for tat diplomatic expulsions. And Western governments have expressed concern at the build up of Russian troops near Ukraine's border and in annexed Crimea. There's concerned too over the health of jailed Kremlin critic Alex saying the violin who's on hunger strike World News from the BBC. India has reported more than 2000 deaths from Cove in 19 in the last 24 hours. It's highs daily total so far. A number of Corona virus infections also rose by record with nearly 300,000 in the last 24 hours. South Korean court has dismissed the case launched by a group of Second World War sex slaves against the Japanese government. The court said Japan could not be held responsible for the women being forced into prostitution because it had sovereign immunity. The decision overturns a ruling in January by the same soul court that 12 surviving women should be compensated. The European Union has a good agreed new big accounts to his greenhouse gas emissions by the end of the decade. The commission president or Cilluffo, underline, said the European climate laws had the block on a green path for a generation. From Brussels, Jean McKenzie reports. These climate talks have been stuck with members of the European Parliament wanting to cut emissions Maura than you leaders, particularly from countries, most reliant on fossil fuels. But in discussions that went through the night a deal was struck. The compromise is that emissions will be reduced by a least 55% by 2030 with incentives for countries to go further if they can His target will now be enshrined in the use new climate law, which commits the block to becoming carbon neutral by 2050. The poll, commissioned by the BBC suggests that most people living in Northern Ireland believe it will leave the United Kingdom in the next 25 years. Said. They also found that if a referendum on Irish unity was held tomorrow, 49% would choose to remain in the U. K and 43% would vote to join the Irish Republic. 8% of the almost 3000 respondents said they didn't know BBC news. Welcome to hard talk on the BBC World Service with me. Steven Sacha. My guest today is a geophysicist and climatologist whose place at the forefront of the scientific debate about climate change was guaranteed when he came up with the notion off a hockey stick curve to graphically describe the dramatic rise in global temperatures that followed the industrialization of the western world. Michael Mann's findings and the causal link. He posited between warming temperatures and increased man made greenhouse gas emissions where initially denied by skeptics, many of them associated with the fossil fuel industry. But now the science has been proven beyond reasonable doubt. Man made climate change is real. And it represents a massive pressing challenge to all of humanity. Now the question is what to do about it. The Biden administration is showing signs that it is ready to lead global efforts to de carbonized the world economy. It's too early to judge whether words will be matched by action. Michael Mann stays a new climate war is unfolding. If that's the case, then who are today's biggest climate enemies? Well, he joins me now on the line from Pennsylvania. Welcome to hard talk. Thanks. It's good to be with you. It's great to have you on the show. Let us start with the covert pandemic and the global economic slowdown that came with it. There's some pretty dramatic Figures, which suggests that carbon emissions worldwide may have been cut by something like six or 7% last year as a result of what happened. Can we see that is of any long term significance? Well, I mean, that's the good news, right? We saw a decrease in carbon emissions of about 7%. And if we can keep that up year after year for the next 10 years That would put us on the path to keeping warming below catastrophic levels below 1.5 degrees Celsius. That's the good news. The bad news is that that was largely a temporary response to the pandemic, social distancing lockdown. Decreased transportation that led to a sizable downturn in carbon emissions, but we're already seeing them come back. And so there's another lesson here. Which is that Individual behavioral change can impact our carbon emissions. But if we really want to see the sort of decrease that we need, year after year, we need structural changes in the economy. We need to de carbonized the economy changes in personal behavior. Individual actions alone aren't going to do it. You are the hockey stick curve guy. You're the guy who told us you know, 20 years ago that the rise in global temperatures connected to industrialized emissions was something that could be Portrayed by that famous hockey stick, eh? So tell me now, In your opinion, how much future temperature rise is baked in already given where we are today, Yet another good news. Bad news situation that the bad news is that we're where we are. The bad news. Is that the hockey stick This curve we published two decades ago has now been validated and it's been extended. The warming has continued. Beyond the tip of the blade. If you will of where we were 20 years ago, and if we had acted then to bring down our carbon emissions, we wouldn't be in the predicament. We are now The good news here is that our best understanding of the underlying science of carbon emissions and warming today tells us That efforts to decrease carbon emissions actually have an immediate and direct impact. We used to think that if we stopped burning carbon now putting carbon pollution into the atmosphere now the planet would continue to heat up for decades to come. Because of the what we call the thermal inertia. The oceans take a while to warm up in response to the greenhouse gasses. We've already put into the atmosphere. But there's another factor that only recently.
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"Biden said, very show Vin's conviction could be a giant step forward in the march towards justice in America is such a verdict is also much too rare for so many people. Seems like it took a unique and extraordinary convergence of factors. Murder that last almost 10 minutes in broad daylight. For all the money the whole world to see. For so many. Feels like it took all of that. The judicial system. To deliver a just Just basic accountability. His vice president, Kamila Harris owes the Senate to pass the George Floyd Policing Act, which is designed to address racial bias and violence in the justice system. Black teenage girl has been fatally shot by the police in Columbus, Ohio, Minutes before the verdict was announced in the George Floyd Floyd case, local media said. Police were responding to an emergency call body camera footage released by Columbus Police appears to show the 16 year old identified as Mukai Bryant. Swinging a knife at another girl before being shot four times. The city's mayor has asked locals to remain calm as they converged on the streets of the incident. The breakaway European Super League football competition says it's considering appropriate steps forward following the withdrawal of all six wealthy English premier clubs who'd placed to join it six camps from Spain and Italy. And Rohan has been following the story. News of the Super League stunned football, blindsided by the most serious challenge to the structure of the game in generations. But the way the breakaway collapsed just 48 hours after being launched on a chaotic day was just a dramatic Coming amid a backlash that United fans, the sports authorities, rival clubs, politicians and even royalty proof of the limits of the power of the overseas billionaire club owners behind this remarkable plot. And the influence that supporters still retain over again, they feared was being taken away from them. World News from the BBC. The European Parliament and EU member countries have agreed to in trying tougher climate mitigation targets in a new European climate law. It includes a new interim target to count carbon emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. President Putin is sent to deliver his annual state of the nation address at the time of growing tension between Russia and the West. Last week, Washington accused Moscow of malign activity. Steve Rosenberg is in Moscow. The annual presidential address normally focuses on domestic issues, but Valium and Putin has used it before to send signals abroad on this year's speech comes at a time of growing tension between Russia and the West. Last week, there were tit for tat diplomatic expulsions. And Western governments have expressed concern at the build up of Russian troops need Ukraine's border and in annexed Crimea. There's concerned too over the health of jailed Kremlin critic Alexander finally, who's on hunger strike. India has reported more than 2000 deaths from covert 19 in the last 24 hours. It's highest daily total so far. The daily Corona virus infections also reached a new record rising to nearly 300,000. Hospitals in the capital Delhi are running low on oxygen as the country grapples with a new double mutant virus variant. The poll, commissioned by the BBC suggests that most people living in Northern Ireland believe it will leave the United Kingdom in the next 25 years. The survey also found that if a rendering referendum on Irish unity was held tomorrow, 49% which choose to remain in the U. K and 43% would vote to join the hours Republic 8% of the almost 3000 respondents said they didn't know Those are the latest stories from BBC News..