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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on Latino USA

"The and hip the hip hop it is so cringe and it's weird that she gets so much like she does get a lot of praise. She gets a lot of praise and she's grabby nominated. Grammy nominated lion grammy nominated. She's literally doing brown phase. I would say she's also black fishing She's in argentina could be island espana. She has a spanish accent. Puts on a caribbean accent. Which is why. It sounds so phony and awkward. Someone on her team told her that she can dance when she cannot and that is one of the biggest thing on her team. One of the biggest thins is that someone was like yes. You're a great dancer. Because she does a lot of it and she does her own. Choreography is what i i. It seems like and she does and every time she comes up on my timeline. I'm like both horrified and amazed like that. This person has that big of a platform. It's one of those things right where we see it. Over and over and over again it's very formulaic. somebody does something weird cringe unlikable bad just downright bad and people won't millions of people will hate them in into fame. I mean What's her face bad. Baby the catch me outside. How right you know hated into inside Start in millions. And i don't doubt that there's a similar phenomenon here. Because i think her videos over the past. Six months have been circulated so much out and people not liking them. Yeah but the internet and the algorithm the numbers and the analytics don't care what people are saying. Just that they're saying some thing and that is here so when we drag and we give like all this public. Hey we're usually boosting honestly after that. Hey papa song. I forget but that's like the biggest take that's like the biggest said that guy you know which is the worst because it's so horrible it had like three or four million views and i'm like mala. Our community is responsible for this because we were hating it so much that we gave a three to four million views. Yeah it's very true. It's very true because it's like of course on the one hand we want to go see so that we can then talk about it because we do what we do and we talk about things. I'm podcasters and it's literally our job to discuss things in the world. So we're going to investigate for you all but it also is like that's the other side of the coin is do the the stuff we actually like. Are we watching that and sharing that and launching into into stardom or is it only the stuff we hate watching the hate following israel And because i don't follow her when she comes up and my time like she just did a cover and all my god it was so cringe. And i watched part of it. You know because it's one of those things where it's like. You can't look away but you don't want to watch it but you're still watching it. It's so true it's so true because it's like okay. What is she up to now. Like new orleans. She do now exact. My god there are more still still so tina vazquez who is a prolific journalist in prison and the daily co wrote about a lawyer. The national lawyers guild. I let the president allegedly turns out is actually a white cuomo on who has pretended to be let the like her entire professional career again Working in like hispanic serving institutions getting it awards and holding titles that are supposed to be four. Let her name is natasha. Leo aura bannon. And i i highly recommend checking out the article. This is also another interesting one because again it begs the question like how does the charade go on for so long. How does nobody know or say anything. But then i also think like in the moment like what would one say like what kind of in thinking about like the question we've been asking like. How do people keep this up like if we were to see somebody in like. What would we do what what would be. I don't even know well. Speaking of what would we do. We have received a multiple deums in the past in the past couple of weeks right from alleged latinos in the wellness. Space right women. Alleged latinos are forming. Latini that in the trope ways for lacrima better word literally tropes of let the have Claiming that they were raised with the latino culture literally quote and that makes me say which one right which let you know coulture because all they see is a caricature of what you think. They knew that so. There will be people that remain unnamed because we will not do a public call out right. But just know that if you are taking press resources and are not allowed. You're taking it away from actual at the like. That is very wrong very fucked up not ethical and i want to challenge this notion that like. It's not hot to be white or to be whatever it is that you are because we can look around everywhere The influencers space arts and entertainment media scholarship Academia social justice. Whatever the industry is. And i promise you that white people are doing just fine is no evidence to suggest that taking on a latin tax or black persona is going to increase like your chances of anything or improve your quality of life. What it will do is because you're a white person taking on the identity it will ensure that you probably have a leg up in those spaces on actual people of color and does guarantee that you are going to be benefiting from something that you should not be benefiting from so. It's like very weird. Because it's like they're taking on an identity related to oppression in their mind and going into the more limited pool of resources to then take advantage and benefit. When in the large pool with everyone involved they would would they just fine or are they mediocre to a point that they feel. They need to be in this. You know what i mean. They need to be in a smaller pond almost so they they subtract themselves from the whiteness so that they can benefit over here in a more like curated space. Does that make sense. It does make sense. It makes me question like do white women. Just wanna be more oppressed like they wanna be more oppressed in the sense that they wanted to take on this like other ethnicity or race in some case right and that makes me think of this influence sir. named amanda and saying i was following her for a quick minute until she posted some pro-trump things like literally on christmas day..

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KCRW

"It 6 51. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm Lily Jamali. A year ago today, George Floyd was murdered at the hands of Minneapolis Police. Shocking video of the incident led to demonstrations and protests across the country, including here in California. Many communities here have had their own reckoning on racial equity and policing, including Sacramento, where the police shooting death of Stefan clerk three years ago has sparked calls for change. California reports Mary Franklin Harvin spoke with Tanya Phase on the founder of Black Lives matter, Sacramento about how activists like her are thinking about sustaining the mo mentum behind the movement for racial equality. My experience. Momentum isn't something that one organizer organization can create. It's usually a moment or a certain person that's been taken The situation how they were taken that sparks something in the community where everybody wants to show up. We've lost 20 people since we've been doing the work in Sacramento, 20 black folks. The police violence, and Stefan Clark was the one who got the most people out because he was part of two communities. He's loved into communities in Sacramento. He had a lot of friends and then a lot of people. Were just drawn to that story. A lot of people will say, you know. Oh, Kanye, you organized the march knew that thousands of people out there like No, It's the situation that got the people out when it comes to George Boyd. I think the situation Woz is that there was back to back killings that were All of the continual, well known cold. It was in place, so people were at home just watching all of this. It's like they had them sit down and actually look at this instead of living their lives, like normally how we do and so I think that was what brought the moments amount and I hope that We continue could stay activated because I know it's gonna happen again. I saw the list on your website of people who've been killed since 2014 which was really trying to look at in black and white. And when you're talking, it just made me feel like there's this really sad irony that Sometimes the things that are bringing new energy to this movement are the new deaths, right? It's really sad that we that we what do they call that in like basketball like you on defense instead of on offense? It's really sad that you know it works that way. But You know, there are organizations on the ground like ours that are working in often. Um, you know, we're trying to make sure that things get changed. And then we're also trying to make changes within our community so that we have what we need. Can you tell me a little bit more about those resource is And how you feel like they're reinforcing the future of the black community in Sacramento. We're just trying to make sure that folks that are in our communities have what they need so that they're not Trying to get it in other ways, even if it's cloudy or career options or business ideas or You know, self defense, you know, learning how to box like whatever it is that you like to do. Doing it in a constructive way. And so that's the way we're having a lot of no, you're right training by organizations like they feel you and the, um, the national lawyer's Guild, But you know, they would say things like, Well, you don't have to show your license or idea if you're walking. And that's true legally. But if you're black and you tell officer know you might get killed, so we want to make a space where we confront all those services into the community and provide a place for folks to be reminded. On each other instead of on the system that we're fighting Tanya phase on founder of Black Lives matter, Sacramento I really appreciate your making time to talk to us. Thank you so much. I appreciate you calling me Now we'll hear from 15 year old Jayden Poke a racial justice advocate from Oakland. She spoke with the California reports Keith Mizuguchi about how she envisions the future of racial justice. Including why she thinks people are hesitant about the idea of de funding the police well. People are scared for one on bat. Fear is derived from Ignorance. People are taught from a really young age that you call the police when something bad happens. So when you think of taking money from Those people..

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Take a Picture, Tell a Story With Robert Gumpert

Photography Daily

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Take a Picture, Tell a Story With Robert Gumpert

"This is robert comfort. Take picture tell a story robert. This is frankly an extraordinary piece of documentary making take to tell a story and in interplay between words and photographs there that powerful enough as pieces on their own but as you say together they can be far more than the sum of their parts but before we talk about that particular story. I want to start going to rewind good few years prior go back to nineteen seventy four. When you went to cover a coal miners strike in kentucky because that info audio's well tell me about it. Oh so long. It's a long story but it involves two parts. One part is the in seventy two ignite across the united states. And its some point on the way back. I found myself outside on the road running near cabin creek west virginia and as i sat there overrode waiting for arrival you could see the myers going all in their cards completely black because at that point the minds didn't really provide showers or cleaned if he saw and i thought to myself. I have to come back here primarily. Because i come out of labor fam- so two years later i had been sitting on a small sum of money. Workmen's compensation salman and i wanted. I liked to have thought of myself as a photographer. Hungrily really wasn't and i'm looking around for something to do and i talked to a a lawyer. The national lawyers guild about Some work i had done a two day trip by done take photos of former so he was in his office. He said i have to take this call. Go outside so. I wait outside and it was. It was a paper. Said summer programs for law interns in west virginia with the black one. So fish Which was sort of like an ngos. Navid advocates could black black lung association. Yeah so the black lines cold layers get slip. They get from reading too much coal dust. It's sort of like emphysema or silicosis for asbestosis round one which is protect

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

KUOW Newsroom

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom

"Protesters against police violence packed the streets of Seattle again this weekend, and on Saturday, things turned violent on Capitol Hill Seattle police declared a riot and arrested forty seven demonstrators. Annika Carlson is a public defender in snohomish. County, and she was at Saturday's protest as a legal observer with the national lawyers guild decked out in a bright green hat invest that are well known to Seattle police. Carlson told me she believes her team of observers was targeted by PD, so I was actually sort of off on the intersection <hes> with maybe a I'd say most fifteen to twenty people around me. <hes> several press people several clearly marks medic people myself a couple. Other observers <hes> none of us engaged anything that could be misconstrued as as interfering at all. When they began pepper, spraying and throwing <hes>. We're blessed balls, which are essentially sort of flash grenades with pepper spray inside them <hes> throwing those and one of those directly hit and burst on my ankle. So cutting over mangoes, tearing through my clothes and All of that. And what did you think in that moment i? Mean it, you say, burn through your clothes. What was that like in that moment I actually honestly thought that they had broken ankle. It's that kind of thing, so so the personally for it was incredibly shocking. For twenty years and never had to happen to me before I'm in twenty years all over the country and never had that happened to me before, and you say it was shocking. You don't recall anything that happened in the moments leading up to that that would have led you to think that's. Keeping their use of the forest, so I was standing there with my camera videotaping what was happening? We as a policy, do not engage. Obviously, we don't speak with officers. We don't speak with protesters. We you know so I was standing there silently, clearly marked as an observer, fairly simply filling the use by multiple different officers of multiple different tools that point, but I think there's you know several videos out there that show, just a wide use, the at that point to move the crowd, and absolutely indiscriminately firing into the crowd. Toss the crowd. Annika you out. There is a legal observer, but you weren't alone. Can you tell us more about what happened and who was injured? I was there as the supervisor of about twenty other Ellos, <hes> legal observers stars <hes> who were there throughout the day and I. WanNa. Mention that it's not just myself who was injured while doing this that there were multiple reports from other observers on the ground of injuries that they were suffering throughout the day, <hes> multiple observers, having blackball thrown specifically in their direction being. Being targeted in that regard, multiple os having officers, either use their hands directly or bike to push them out of the way <hes> one of our observers sprayed at close proximity in the face with pepper spray so many issues throughout the day that I started to lose track of of who was getting injured <hes> as they were there, observing and again I want to. Remind folks that we were told that we would be safe while we were there and that we were clearly identified. It was a violent day on Saturday and Annika Seattle police have said that nearly sixty officers were injured on Saturday that rocks and bottles were thrown at them that they were hit with projectiles. They've posted a number photos of what appear to be a variety of injuries. And eventually they declared a riot, and so I'm wondering from your perspective. What you saw was the response by police. Saturday was necessary and proportional. I would say that it absolutely wasn't necessary or proportional, and in fact I think their response is essentially fueled things into a bigger and bigger situation <hes> that they escalated every step of the way in terms of using force in terms of going after people <hes> all things that made the situation worse and in terms of the officers injuries. Some of the injuries pictures I've seen are consistent with the injury that I have from speedy myself and I think it's important for people to understand that the officer speaking about explosives being thrown at them. oftentimes you can see in the videos. It's the explosives that they're throwing at the crowd. That is bouncing back at them. <hes> I saw several officers drop explosives onto the themselves that they were doing things <hes>. It's that indiscriminate use of those items in the first. First place that brings them into the picture. The police brought those weapons to the scene, and then through those weapons out into the crowd. And when it bounced back, they were injured I. also think it's important to know that we're talking about police themselves who are in full riot gear throwing those same items they're now saying hurt them out into a proud that is not dressed for riot. People who are wearing t shirts and shorts, and that sort of thing. Annika, so many people are following news coverage of these protests, but they haven't been there in person to see for themselves so as someone who's been there on the ground. What do you want people to know about what's happening? But I think what's important to know is that it is a situation in which everybody in the crowd is being punished the same way by PD so regardless of what individual protesters are doing regardless of what actually has been happening by Cisco individuals. People who? We don't know why they're there what they're doing <hes>. It's sort of a Kintu if you know that one kid in the class sheets on exam and you're failing the entire class and the situation. Individual protesters are doing certain things, and the entire crowd is bearing the punishment of that. Annika Carlson is a public defender in snohomish county and a legal observer with the national lawyers. Guild Annika. Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today. Thank you reading.

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At least 47 arrested in Seattle protests that police declared a riot

KUOW Newsroom

05:27 min | 2 years ago

At least 47 arrested in Seattle protests that police declared a riot

"Protesters against police violence packed the streets of Seattle again this weekend, and on Saturday, things turned violent on Capitol Hill Seattle police declared a riot and arrested forty seven demonstrators. Annika Carlson is a public defender in snohomish. County, and she was at Saturday's protest as a legal observer with the national lawyers guild decked out in a bright green hat invest that are well known to Seattle police. Carlson told me she believes her team of observers was targeted by PD, so I was actually sort of off on the intersection with maybe a I'd say most fifteen to twenty people around me. several press people several clearly marks medic people myself a couple. Other observers none of us engaged anything that could be misconstrued as as interfering at all. When they began pepper, spraying and throwing We're blessed balls, which are essentially sort of flash grenades with pepper spray inside them throwing those and one of those directly hit and burst on my ankle. So cutting over mangoes, tearing through my clothes and All of that. And what did you think in that moment i? Mean it, you say, burn through your clothes. What was that like in that moment I actually honestly thought that they had broken ankle. It's that kind of thing, so so the personally for it was incredibly shocking. For twenty years and never had to happen to me before I'm in twenty years all over the country and never had that happened to me before, and you say it was shocking. You don't recall anything that happened in the moments leading up to that that would have led you to think that's. Keeping their use of the forest, so I was standing there with my camera videotaping what was happening? We as a policy, do not engage. Obviously, we don't speak with officers. We don't speak with protesters. We you know so I was standing there silently, clearly marked as an observer, fairly simply filling the use by multiple different officers of multiple different tools that point, but I think there's you know several videos out there that show, just a wide use, the at that point to move the crowd, and absolutely indiscriminately firing into the crowd. Toss the crowd. Annika you out. There is a legal observer, but you weren't alone. Can you tell us more about what happened and who was injured? I was there as the supervisor of about twenty other Ellos, legal observers stars who were there throughout the day and I. WanNa. Mention that it's not just myself who was injured while doing this that there were multiple reports from other observers on the ground of injuries that they were suffering throughout the day, multiple observers, having blackball thrown specifically in their direction being. Being targeted in that regard, multiple os having officers, either use their hands directly or bike to push them out of the way one of our observers sprayed at close proximity in the face with pepper spray so many issues throughout the day that I started to lose track of of who was getting injured as they were there, observing and again I want to. Remind folks that we were told that we would be safe while we were there and that we were clearly identified. It was a violent day on Saturday and Annika Seattle police have said that nearly sixty officers were injured on Saturday that rocks and bottles were thrown at them that they were hit with projectiles. They've posted a number photos of what appear to be a variety of injuries. And eventually they declared a riot, and so I'm wondering from your perspective. What you saw was the response by police. Saturday was necessary and proportional. I would say that it absolutely wasn't necessary or proportional, and in fact I think their response is essentially fueled things into a bigger and bigger situation that they escalated every step of the way in terms of using force in terms of going after people all things that made the situation worse and in terms of the officers injuries. Some of the injuries pictures I've seen are consistent with the injury that I have from speedy myself and I think it's important for people to understand that the officer speaking about explosives being thrown at them. oftentimes you can see in the videos. It's the explosives that they're throwing at the crowd. That is bouncing back at them. I saw several officers drop explosives onto the themselves that they were doing things It's that indiscriminate use of those items in the first. First place that brings them into the picture. The police brought those weapons to the scene, and then through those weapons out into the crowd. And when it bounced back, they were injured I. also think it's important to know that we're talking about police themselves who are in full riot gear throwing those same items they're now saying hurt them out into a proud that is not dressed for riot. People who are wearing t shirts and shorts, and that sort of thing. Annika, so many people are following news coverage of these protests, but they haven't been there in person to see for themselves so as someone who's been there on the ground. What do you want people to know about what's happening? But I think what's important to know is that it is a situation in which everybody in the crowd is being punished the same way by PD so regardless of what individual protesters are doing regardless of what actually has been happening by Cisco individuals. People who? We don't know why they're there what they're doing It's sort of a Kintu if you know that one kid in the class sheets on exam and you're failing the entire class and the situation. Individual protesters are doing certain things, and the entire crowd is bearing the punishment of that. Annika Carlson is a public defender in snohomish county and a legal observer with the national lawyers. Guild Annika. Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today. Thank you reading.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"And an advocacy group filed suit alleging the president's militarized cracked down on protesters. Violates the 10th Amendment and is an overreach of Presidential power suit is seeking a temporary restoring training order per inhibiting federal troops from Arresting people on Portland's streets and enquiring the federal agents to begin wearing identification. Trump is also threatening similar police action in other cities, including Oakland. Justina Honest ed reports. Tensions are escalating over President Donald Trump's use of federal troops to respond to protesters in Portland, Oregon, after viral video showing unidentified military paratroopers escorting protesters into unmarked cars like this one. What are you doing? Use your words. What is going on? We need to know who are you? Senate Democrats, Jeff Merkley of Oregon and Dick Durbin of Illinois are introducing legislation to limit the use of federal troops to respond to protesters. Durban spoke about the upcoming legislation on the Senate floor would require federal officers toe where identifying insignia There is no place in America for secret police. The bill also would limit federal forces to the immediate vicinity of federal property unless there's been a written request by local leadership or the Insurrection Act has been invoked. There is no question that the Federal Protective Service and other federal law enforcement does have the responsibility for federal facilities. But what we've seen in Portland has gone far beyond. That location. Into the community. At large are Bill would also prohibit arrests or apprehensions and unmarked vehicles and Ryner. Any arrests made in violation of this act unlawful in the House of Representatives, Democrats Alexandria Acosta Cortes of New York and Eleanor Holmes Norton of Washington, D. C. Where President Donald Trump deployed federal troops to clear black lives matter. Protestors out of a park. Say they will introduce a bill this week to require federal law enforcement officials where identification including their last names, and I, d numbers went on duty or serving the public. The Trump administration's also facing three federal lawsuits in Oregon, challenging the use of unidentified federal troops to Oregon State lawmakers, a Unitarian Universalist church and an advocacy group filed suit alleging the president's militarized crackdown on protesters in Portland, Oregon, violate the 10th Amendment. And his federal overreach. The suit asks for a temporary restraining order Tr O prohibiting federal troops from making arrests on Portland City streets and requiring them toe wear identification. The lun, Oregon's attorney general, also filed lawsuits requesting a T R O But despite the push back, the national lawyer's Guild, which has been providing legal aid to protesters say things are going to get worse before they get better. Civil rights attorney Walter Reilly is a member of the Bay Area and LG. Donald Trump is mobilizing his base. Of racist right wingers. He has a menu a storm troopers. The way other dictators of minister Storm troopers who will move into the cities and do as much damage is there can't be people without taking them to jail without arresting where I'd given them not doing too good core. And beaten, hurt in Maine people. Just like bull Connor did in Mississippi, and this is what we have to mobilize against. This is the real threat right now, then we're facing. Trump has threatened to send Maura unidentified federal troops to other Democratic strongholds like Oakland, Baltimore and Detroit. He's already deploying them to Chicago. Riley says. The N L G has crafted a legal challenge stood federal troops enter the Bay Area. The organization is also reporting. The Trump administration is using private military troops, though KPFA could not verify this buy air time. So who are these master unidentified federal troops, picking protestors off the street and throwing them in unmarked cars, detaining them and, in some cases, releasing them? Without a charge. Many are Border Patrol agents, a new squad within the Customs Border Protection Agency of the Department of Homeland Security. And despite the backlash, acting CBP commissioner Mark Morgan is doubling down their deployment on American streets, He says they're not unidentified. They're not the secret Police are not the president Stormtroopers, and it's an insult to call them that it is offensive offensive to reform to refer to these dedicated, um men and women there are out there as long enforcement professionals to make that reference. It is disgusting. And it's also a lie. During a press briefing with reporters, Morgan pulls out a padded camouflage vest with the words police written and yellow letters across the front, he argues, that's identification enough. He points to a screen with several different military badges that he says may also be seen on the military troops parading through Portland, arresting people. There's no identification tag with the name and badge number, Morgan says. They don't need one. He doesn't have his officers wear name tags because they're being dots. That's exactly right. That's another thing that's absolutely disgusting. So they're not on ly jeopardizing the lives of the agents. But they're also jeopardizing the lives of their families as they're putting out their home information, and they're suggesting that individuals go to their homes. So, yes, I, as the acting commissioner have authorized and supported removing their names from their uniform instead. What we have is a personal identifier. Morgan says. The troops have an I D tag that only his agency can ascertain the identity of One of the lawsuits against the federal deployment of troops in Portland claims. The use has also added tensions between the public and local police. The Bay Area National lawyer's Guild warns should Trump said federal troops to Oakland It would likely emboldened law enforcement here, too, are calling on local and statewide elected officials to doom or than criticize. Should they arrive here at home? I'm Cristina. Honest reporting for KP. You're listening to the evening news on KPFA, Brickley Kpfk Los Angeles KFC at Fresno Online at kpfa dot org's I'm.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KCRW

"For protest. Organizers say Beverly Hills initially required they post $5000 bail to get out which the National lawyer's Guild decried unacceptable. That directive was later changed. But protesters reportedly spent close to 24 hours in custody. The unusual ordinance preventing gatherings in Beverly Hills describes it as needed to let residents sleep at night. Chief judge for the federal district that includes Los Angeles has stepped down from the post after a flap over racially insensitive comments he made about another court official, a black woman. The Times reports that U. S District Judge Cormack Carney has apologized to cure Ikea Gray, who has served as a federal court employee for 35 years. In 2015 she became the first black woman appointed to be the central district executive and clerk of court job that requires working closely with the chief judge. But Kearney acknowledged in his apology that it was not enough tamp down the controversy over his comments, which were made during a webinar earlier this month. During the online meeting, Carney was discussing the protests against racial injustice and vandalism that followed the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer You refer to Grey as having street smarts, which was interpreted by some as being derogatory and racially insensitive. Carney said he meant the term is a reference to someone with common sense. He said he wasn't aware it had a different meeting. But he now understands that it was insensitive. Carney. The graduate, is a former Orange County supervisor, Superior Court judge Rather, who was appointed in 2003 to a lifetime post on the federal bench. He says he will continue as a federal judge. And finally, if you live in the 909 you were going to have to get used to the 840 State Public Utilities Commission has a new area code is coming to the inland empire starting next year, and there's some dialing changes in stores. Well, the PUC says The new 840 code is needed to ensure a continuing supply of telephone numbers in San Bernardino County and parts of Los Angeles, Riverside and Orange counties..

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KCRW

"My son out can feel bad emotion because he was a young man but the fact that everybody's coming together that's a good thing we need that unity Conway was among many others in line calling for police reform it locally there were six officer involved shootings in Houston in five weeks leading up to George Boyd's death a private funeral service will be held later this morning then Floyd will be buried next to his mother for NPR news I'm out here in Houston this is primary day in five states Georgia South Carolina West Virginia Nevada and North Dakota in Georgia democratic candidates are vying to see who will challenge Republican senator David Perdue in November Purdue is seeking a second term in office this is NPR news from Washington you're listening to KCRW on cherry Glazer Angelenos who were arrested for violating curfew or failing to disperse at recent protests against police brutality it will not be prosecuted that's the word from both LA city attorney Mike Feuer and LA county district attorney Jackie Lacey but in the city of Los Angeles those arrested won't simply be exonerated there will be some strings attached like participating in alternative programs work he's stakeholders arrested protesters and law enforcement talk with each other Rachel Stein back with the national lawyers guild of LA told KCRW's greater LA she has concerns the curfew is and why is it legal they know that they know that they can't win these cases in courts and that's why they're creating this alternative we do not believe there should be an alternative here says his office is trying to find the best way to create as much involvement participation as possible in these alternative programs we have already I've already been in conversations women are conversations with one key advocate for the protesters do you see over the next number of days if we can find common ground your says the goal is not to be punitive but to capitalize on the moment by bringing Angelenos together to listen to one another orange county's chief health officer has resigned after running into better resistance from residents and elected officials to our order last month requiring face coverings when people are out in public is KCRW's Darrell Samson reports Dr Nicole Nicole quick has received threats over the order and was recently provided extra security by the county quick did not talk about the reasons for her resignation but Orange County supervisor Todd chief he says the angry response to the mask ordering some quarters was too much for her chief he said quote she has three young children and she's been severely criticized by people who came out to manning her resignation demonstrations in front of her home during a board of supervisors meeting last month one critic brought a poster with quick photo on it with a Hitler moustache on her face and swastikas last week quick was criticized by supervisor don Wagner who question the need for face coverings as he said other parts of the state were backing away from those orders ten days ago quick said she would reconsider the mask order in three weeks time health experts say that with no vaccine and no effective treatment masks in social distancing are the best defenses against the corona virus right now four K. C. R. W. I'm Carole saxman support for NPR comes from Procter and gamble maker of metamucil fiber supplement containing psyllium a plant based fiber for trapping.

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"San Diego are set to resume burial ceremonies on June ninth after a long pause due to the corona virus the VA says that as of this Tuesday the department will begin contacting families of veterans buried between March twenty third and June eighth to arrange belated memorial services beginning in July black lives matter and other civil rights groups are suing the Los Angeles Police Department over the way police officers have dealt with anti police brutality protests during the past two weeks in a statement the national lawyers guild says it filed a class action lawsuit in Los Angeles federal court yesterday on behalf of the LA chapter of BLM and the Los Angeles community action network delta airlines is going to stop flying to and from Santa Barbara's of July eighth as a cost cutting measure in response to the massive drop in passenger traffic during the corona virus pandemic I'm reliable on for sixteen KFBK traffic florist in eighty westbound bearing the roadway is reduced to one lane for the ditch slope stabilization project there are long term closures of the ferry on and off ramps expected during the construction and that's not set to complete until the summer of next year in the woodland area southbound five at the Vietnam veterans rest area that is closed for landscape work not set to re open and tell December first looking at northbound five in Sacramento between Jay street and Richards Boulevard roadway will be reduced to two lanes and tell five AM Alden Jake of news ninety three point one K..

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Most of its national cemeteries including those in Los Angeles riverside and San Diego are set to resume burial ceremonies on June ninth after a long pause due to the corona virus the VA says that as of this Tuesday the department will begin contacting families of veterans buried between March twenty third and June eighth to arrange belated memorial services beginning in July black lives matter and other civil rights groups are suing the Los Angeles Police Department over the way police officers have dealt with anti police brutality protests during the past two weeks in a statement the national lawyers guild says it filed a class action lawsuit in Los Angeles federal court yesterday on behalf of the LA chapter of BLM and the Los Angeles community action network delta airlines is going to stop flying to and from Santa Barbara's of July eighth as a cost cutting measure in response to the massive drop in passenger traffic during the corona virus pandemic I'm reliable on for Sekine K. F. B. K. traffic Auburn highway forty nine both north and southbound between eighty and dry creek road at least one lane is closed intermittently in both directions for the installation of the bike lanes and you also have road improvement work that is set to continue until the summer of this year so expect delays in the area also in Auburn eighty westbound at Bowman road now it may not be as big of an issue but you do have a road construction work on the shoulder that is set to continue until June thirtieth but you may see some distracted drivers on the roadway so keep your eyes peeled Alden Jacob news ninety three.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Your skin it's something that weighs heavily on the on green as well the twenty eight year old is a lifelong Oakland resident I have a wife soon to be kids it's a frightening moment living in today's society it it really is both being green one of future whether children do respect the police a future where the children feel relief when they see officers not fear that one mistake could result in their death destiny is a twenty three year old Oakland resident she declined to give her last name but said it this way we just want to be looked at as humans we want equality we should not have to beg to be equal we shouldn't have to beg to be human several hundred people gathered in two separate locations in Oakland Tuesday evening both demonstrations ended without incident I'm Erin Balda sorry KQED news meanwhile civil rights advocates are concerned about the spread of coronavirus in jails following hundreds of arrests in the bay area since demonstrations began around the region on Friday that story from KQED's Alice will flee in Alameda county many protesters are given citations for misdemeanors and released those that aren't are being sent to Santa Rita jail in Dublin three Lamprecht of the national lawyers guild says both protesters and the current inmate population are vulnerable to infection we have massive concerns for people getting exposed inside the jail who are protesting and getting booked inside last month Santa Rita jail begin testing all new inmates within forty eight hours of arrival but it isn't clear whether those new arrivals are being quarantined while waiting for test results sergeant ray Kelly of the Alameda county sheriff's office says they fully support those that are protesting peacefully those that are not that they want to complain that now they're worried about code it after they've been out destroying communities and destroying lives when I feel a lot of sympathy form there are currently two confirmed cases and around a dozen people with symptoms of covert nineteen among the nearly two thousand people being held at Santa Rita jail I'm Alice will flee kick you readings we have more coverage of the protests and the coronavirus and KQED dot org I'm Brian what coming up on morning edition in just a few minutes on KQ weedy and a unanimous vote the Minneapolis school board decided to terminate the NPD's contract to provide school resource officers ahead on KQ weedy on morning edition the chair of the board discusses the decision coming up later this morning at nine it is forum with Michael Krasny discussion about the likelihood of catching the corona virus at a protest and how to avoid infection if you decide to go at ten form looks back to the year nineteen sixty eight another time when demonstrations in goal for the country to see what it can teach us about this moment those topics and others coming up today on forum on member supported KQV day hot again today Sacramento Valley heat advisory through tomorrow evening highs ninety eight to one oh three bay area warming up along the coast seventies too a.

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Overall the protests appear to be calmer than previous nights NPR's Brian man has more from New York on the every side a large crowd blocked an intersection some on their knees with hands held high as a helicopter moved overhead police surrounded the marchers detaining some scattering the rats protesters said they defied the curfew to demand change they're convinced police in New York and around the country are targeting black men unfairly many of the shops in this part of the city were boarded up to prevent looting Brian Mann NPR news New York scattered looting was reported in New York City president trump says he will seek to move this year's Republican National Convention out of North Carolina after the state's governor said he could not guarantee you could be held in Charlotte without restrictions because of the corona virus Republican governors in Florida Georgia and Tennessee have offered to host the convention Wall Street while while on stocks on Wall Street or higher in early trading this is NPR news live from KQED news I'm Brian what civil rights advocates are concerned about the spread of coronavirus in jails following hundreds of arrests in the bay area since demonstrations began around the region on Friday KQED's Alice will flee has more in Alameda county many protesters are given citations for misdemeanors and released those that aren't are being sent to Santa Rita jail in Dublin three Lamprecht of the national lawyers guild says both protesters and the current inmate population are vulnerable to infection we have massive concerns for people getting exposed inside the jail who are protesting and getting booked inside last month Santa Rita jail begin testing all new inmates within forty eight hours of arrival but it isn't clear whether those new arrivals are being quarantined while waiting for test results sergeant ray Kelly of the Alameda county sheriff's office says they fully support those that are protesting peacefully those that are not that they want to complain that now they're worried about cold it after they've been out destroying communities and destroying lives when I feel a lot of sympathy form there are currently two confirmed cases and around a dozen people with symptoms of covert nineteen among the nearly two thousand people being held at Santa Rita jail I'm Alice will flee kick you readings three people who were killed in a helicopter crash in Fairfield yesterday afternoon were flying on behalf of PG&E the utility says the bell two oh six helicopter hit a power line hours later PG&E shut off power to thirty eight thousand customers while firefighters responded to the crash that sparked a small brush fire I'm Brian what.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Coronavirus cases for NPR news I'm Katie Pakistan sue city Iowa you're listening to NPR news from KQED news I mean it came both Contra Costa and Solano have ordered county wide curfews tonight from eight PM to five AM as protests continue other bay area counties adding curfews this evening include San Matteo beginning at eight thirty PM and parts of napa county south of the city of napa beginning at eight curfews were already in place in Alameda county and San Francisco as well as San Jose and the city of Santa Clara all rights advocates are concerned about the spread of coronavirus in jails following hundreds of arrests in the bay area since demonstrations began Friday KQED's Alice willfully has more in Alameda county many protesters are given citations for misdemeanors and released those that aren't are being sent to Santa Rita jail in Dublin three Lamprecht of the national lawyers guild says both protesters and the current inmate population are vulnerable to infection we have massive concerns for people getting exposed inside the jail who are protesting and getting booked inside last month Santa Rita jail begin testing all new inmates within forty eight hours of arrival but it isn't clear whether those new arrivals are being quarantined while waiting for test results sergeant ray Kelly of the Alameda county sheriff's office says they fully support those that are protesting peacefully those that are not if they want to complain now they're worried about code it after they've been out destroying communities and destroying lives when I feel a lot of sympathy form there are currently two confirmed cases and around a dozen people with symptoms of covert nineteen among the nearly two thousand people.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KCRW

"Some afraid of going to jail and but I tell him like there's so many artists that have mugshot you know so I don't have a March I am trying to go to jail but is this for the right purpose and you look back in history and see all the stuff is already happened before do you really not scared anymore should far came to the protest prepared he had the number for the national lawyers guild written on his hand yeah I know that if you are detained my roommate has a list of instructions on what to do all these people in order there is money for bail here's where it is I'll tell you what precinct on mac mobilize up to four hundred people were reportedly arrested in Hollywood after officers declared an unlawful assembly and ordered people to disperse many of those arrests were for violating curfew but there were also numerous instances of vandalism and looting during the evening hours TV images showed a group of people ransacking breaking windows and ransacking a rite aid store at the countercultural ping center at sunset Gower authorities at the federal level say they're investigating the unrest that's unfolded over the last several days in southern California the FBI joint terrorism task force has been tapped to identify instances where criminals have commandeered legitimate protests KCRW's MacCallum has that story the feds are working with local authorities to pinpoint what they called quote organizers instigators and participants in serious criminal activity looting fires and vandalism of broken out in communities across the region from Santa Monica to San Bernard Dino to Huntington beach in a statement US attorney mechanicals the protests stemming from the death of George Floyd meaningful and completely understandable well as office says it supports peaceful demonstrations panas as a faction of criminals are taking advantage of the period of unrest ransack businesses and wreak havoc the assistant director of the FBI field office in LA says the bureau works to safeguard constitutionally protected free speech but it does not tolerate criminal activity the FBI plans to partner with city and county law enforcement to pursue federal prosecutions where warranted the FBI is asking for the public's help they're seeking information about individuals who may have been using the protests to incite violence or carry out criminal activity photos videos or other tips can be submitted at FBI dot gov slash violence the case here W. I met Gillam and as counties around California re open on different timelines Santa Barbara is pressing pause the county will take a week to.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Year hundred and thirty second but I don't see it because part yet on the cameras and north and one six seven is looking a bit busy around the Pacific area our next como traffic at eight fourteen and there's a comma Iqaluit forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clarke sunny and rather seasonable today as highs will be in the mid sixties medicine increasing the clouds gradually throughout the afternoon becoming mostly cloudy by the dinner hour tonight and that's with a few showers begin to develop right along the coast of western Washington eventually though showers spilling over into Puget Sound with a decrease in the clouds throughout the afternoon tomorrow Wednesday will be the wettest day of the week as an even stronger front passes through western Washington maybe even picking up a rumble of thunder and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarence Lee sunny in Seattle right now it's forty seven degrees come on it's time eight oh six the tax Amazon campaign and the national lawyers guild who wanna be able to collect signatures online during the covered nineteen pandemic they say they can't get signatures on paper right now because of social distancing so they what city and state leaders to allow them to do it on the internet the two groups are holding a news conference at this hour a group of parents concerned about the newly adopted sex education curriculum for students in all grades spent the weekend gathering signatures and they hope to put that issue before voters on the fall ballot we get more from commerce Carly Johnson Kimberly he's told KDVR TV in Kennewick starting this type of education with five year olds in kindergarten is just too much too soon she stood in the parking lot most of the day so Saturday as drivers pulled up to sign her petition since they can bring.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Will be lane closures on sixtieth Avenue between a hundred ninety six of two hundred fourth street so expect delays in that area for about three weeks next call traffic at four forty four thanks train here's the como eco roof forecast with Abby accounting in general quite a dry weather is expected overnight we could be dealing with a few spots a fog for the south sound but if that develops it's expected to clear relatively rapidly close it down to the mid upper thirties feeling frigid as you're getting outside early this morning high temperatures on Monday the upper fifties to the mid sixties mostly cloudy skies with some late showers in the forecast will be drier on Tuesday I meteorologist Abby accounting early outside the studios of common use in downtown Seattle clear skies with forty two degrees come on whose time is now for thirty five the tax Amazon campaign and the national lawyers guild will host a news conference this morning to call and city and state officials to allow online signature gatherings for initiatives during the pandemic organizers say they are unable to canvas to collect paper signatures because of social distancing guidelines Seattle city councilmember shells wonderful joined the news conference that's scheduled to begin this morning at eight o'clock some businesses in Washington I've had enough and are tired of waiting to reopen their doors almost a problem reports a Snohomish barber shop is one place that has defied the governor's stay home order Montana values better expect all this to happen seventy nine year old Bob Martin has been cutting hair and they shop since the nineteen sixties the only time I shut it down last time when I went to the pack string one Idaho that was back in nineteen ninety five when governor Insley extended the stay home order and said that barber shops like this dad would be able to open until phase two Martin decided to defy the governor welcome back customers additional boy what's going on despite hundreds of people dying from the virus in Washington Martin says he doesn't believe it's real and many are supporting this because.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Three fifty fund and what is their mission so the free the three fifty bail funds of its it was a coalition of about some grassroots organizations including freedom ink the general defense committee of IWW which I'm a member of a medicine urban ministry is involved and the national lawyers guild so I started organizing three years ago with the general defense committee and Neil Rodriguez is on an organizer in medicine and he got these organizations together he was looking at the racial disparities and the numbers and statistics in Madison and how basically races the same county jail is in the police so also at that time a lot of L. funds are popping up around the nation so he got this group together and we got together and figured we came up with this idea to start the US bail fund in Madison and so are you and this is for so this fine is is basically located for individuals and Madison Wisconsin or throughout Wisconsin it's based in medicine and be nice if we could have more pop up in Wisconsin specially in Milwaukee but it's based in Madison and but then county jail yellow that's was sap dance reception now what is it so and what's the mission of the they're free the three fifty find what their major mission as to why bring more awareness said those who need that kind of help and rehabilitation all right well the so it's yeah rehabilitation I guess will be a long term but basically the bail fund our mission is to help close the disparity the racial disparity in the Dane county jail so there was a movement called free the three fifty end of day did research and on the racists are disparities in the Dane county jail and they found that to close the disparity between black folks and white folks that are in the jail they would have thought we would have to let three hundred fifty black folks go up free from the jail soul with the that's where that number comes from that's what to to balance out what's going on here in the system everything right and so why did you coal found this fund initially I know you spoke about it just minutes ago about you know here in this it's a six but why you personally do you find yourself invested and and bring this to the light in making it something that we can all come and support all me personally I've just I noticed in the community and in my friends of folks of color that I know I have seen how.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Push to subpoena one or both of the Biden's and then it's going to become a mini trial a trial within a trial. where it's going to focus on what Biden did or didn't do? Did he do something. Improper was trump justified in and asking Dolinsky to mountain investigation of Joe Biden. And so I think this is this is going to be very interesting. And certainly the Republicans trump's this defense are going to go deeply into The appearance of impropriety with Biden and his son. It remains to be seen whether whether one or both of the Biden's will actually be called to testify. And whether any witnesses for that matter will be called to testify very quickly this whole issue that Republicans are raising acing. If the witness issue is going to be real this inpatient trial could go on for months because it will go to court now. Interestingly by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts is right in the room. He's presiding over the trial. So where does he weigh in on this. Is this true. I don't see this being hung up in the courts. I think it will be resolved in the Senate Chief Justice John Roberts. This is in a very very delicate position. I'm sure he would rather be anywhere. Then where he is presiding over the Senate trial which the Constitution provides rides for and he really doesn't have much power of one of the amendments that the house managers proposed in their pretrial motions motions was to allow chief justice John Roberts to determine whether any perspective witnesses testimony would be relevant to the issues and the Republicans sounds voted that down now even if they had allowed that to happen and he had served that function any ruling. That John Roberts makes ex could be overruled by fifty one senators. So it's it's really kind of a ceremonial role that he plays. He is not going. Take an active role. He's going to follow what Chief Justice Rehnquist did during the Clinton impeachment trial and and really call balls and strikes. Thanks for the first time. which is what Roberts promised to do during his confirmation hearings as Supreme Court justice and of course that is not the case at all margery drew? Cohen thank you for being with us. Professor Emeritus Thomas Jefferson School of law former president of the national lawyers guild. Deputy Secretary of the international says Democratic Lawyers Member of the advisory Jury Board of Veterans for Peace for most recent book drones and targeted killing legal moral and geopolitical issues. When we come back what the International Court of Justice Said about the Roe Hinga and then MOMS for housing a major victory in Oakland California. Stay.

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"national lawyers guild" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"national lawyers guild" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Attorney Jeff Haas was in a police lock up in Chicago interviewing the fiance of Fred Hampton she was telling him how the police pulled her from the room as Fred Hampton lay unconscious on their bad she heard one officer say he still alive she then heard two shots a second officer said she's good and dead now she looks at Jeff and asks what can you do the assassination of Fred Hampton is Haas's personal account of how he and people's law office partner flint Taylor went after Hamptons assassins they ultimately prevailed over unlimited government resources and an FBI conspiracy his book however isn't just a story of justice delivered it also portrays Hampton in a new light as a dynamic community leader and an inspiration in the fight against injustice Jeff Haas is a long time member of the national lawyers guild who has dedicated his career to working for social justice in nineteen sixty nine he and three other lawyer set up the people's law office in Chicago their clients included the black Panthers SPS members and many other political activist Haas went on to handle cases involving prisoners' rights police torture and the wrongfully accused Jeff welcome back to law and disorder glad to be here glad to be with you you have we both read and love your book I tell us how you came to write it it's really not just only about Fred Hampton's murder but it's also a personal and political biography of sorts well I started to write like a lawyer like you know it's going to prove what happened and bill Ayers talked me into going to graduate school and get an MFA in.

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Day spa explosion was deliberate

All Things Considered

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Day spa explosion was deliberate

"Hundred thirty thousand federal ethics law says liabilities need to be disclosed when they're being paid off not just after their settled the federal office of government ethics reviewed trump's filing an og director david paul has set a letter to the justice department saying trump debt to cohen was ally ability that should have been reported peter overby npr news washington investigators say a deadly explosion at a southern california day spa was deliberately sat in the owner appears to be the likely target federal authorities recovered remnants of an explosive device inside the orange county shop where the owner was killed and two patrons were injured tuesday fbi agent paul daley court at this point are working theory is the physics closure was caused by a device although the damage was extensive there are some components that we have located at the scene of the explosion that are inconsistent with what one might expect to find at this business he says investigators don't have any suspects yet the associated press says the blast is believed to have been caused by a package sent to the spa the explosion badly damaged a two story medical building about fifty miles south of los angeles stocks finished higher across the board on wall street this is npr news and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson new information shows how the trump administration tried to get negative information about haitians with temporary protected status before deciding on the program wac's beth fertig explains the national immigration project of the national lawyers guild obtained emails through a freedom of information act request in the emails the policy chief for u s citizenship and immigration services asked how many haitian tps holders were on public assistance and were criminals when staffers told her the information wasn't relevant and wasn't easily obtained she continued to press for it a lawsuit is now challenging the decision to end tps for haitians which would affect about five thousand new york city a spokesman for us citizenship and immigration services says the emails were part of a diligent review and he called litigation frivolous this evening brooklyn residents are gathering to hear how the mta plans to handle that looming shutdown of the l train coming up next year about one hundred residents turned.

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Bernie Sanders explains opposition to Syria strike

Mo'Kelly

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Bernie Sanders explains opposition to Syria strike

"Reiterated calls for charges against the two officers who are on administrative leave a sheriff's department suv is hit a protester in sacramento video shows against her during a vigil for an unarmed black man who was shot by police oh my gosh a video was recorded by a member of the national lawyers guild monitoring the protests in support of stefan clark the sacramento county sheriff's department vehicle apparently left the scene the woman hurt was released from the hospital with bruises on her arm and head chinese space authorities say the tian dongwon space lab has mostly burned up reentering the earth's atmosphere and the central south pacific any debris that did not burn up is expected to have landed in the water vermont independent senator bernie sanders says the united states should stay away from the civil war in syria we absolutely do not want to get involved in this terrible civil war in syria which is so destructive the stabilizing for the entire region sanders also doesn't want to see american troops getting stuck in a never ending brutal civil war in syria if the us is going to get involved in a war sanders says it should not be up to the president to make that decision traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic enter crashed in sherman oaks on the one oh one originally came in as a problem on the one zero one southbound their advani's boulevard but as far as a crash not so much a crash but a pillow in lanes now the people are dodging so watch out for that we are getting word of a problem though in the north end of the valley it's the one seventy one seventy freeway northbound roscoe boulevard apparently there was a crash there being investigated and it's beneficially called the alert that's going to have lanes closed for about thirty minutes or so and a don't forget in costa mesa we have a big problem the seventy three northbound at the four oh five getting word that it may have been a fatal crash being investigated their.

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