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"neyla frazier" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"neyla frazier" Discussed on Pod Save America

"I can't wait to watch this one. It's great. I watched it last night. Oh good look you already watched it. Okay great you know. It's possible john. I m time being up in late hours of the night holding my phone where. I can consume content from the crooked media hose. That's true that makes all right. Let's get to the news on tuesday. A verdict was reached in a case that fueled a global movement for racial justice and the largest civil rights protests in american history. After ten hours of deliberation in minneapolis jury found officer. Derek chauvin guilty of second degree murder third degree murder and manslaughter in the death of george. Floyd chauvin is the second minnesota police officer ever to be convicted of murdering someone while on duty and he will spend the next eight weeks in jail awaiting his sentence which could be up to forty years in prison. Floyd's family responded to the ruling in an emotional press conference. Here's his younger brother phillies. I feel relieved today. That i finally have the opportunity to for hopefully getting some sleet a lot of days. That are appraised and hope. And i was speaking everything into existence. I said i have faith. Then he will be convicted. We won't be able to breathe until you label to breathe. Today we are able to breathe again dan. What was your reaction to the verdict. I watched it live. As according to a ratings. Millions of people country around the world did and the fact that we did that sort of says everything about the significance of this case the movement that was spawned from the murder of george floyd and all of the inherent problems in our justice system. Systemic racism our society in the for the fact that as. I'm sure you did everyone else. You wash it with great trepidation in suspense. That chauvin could have been acquitted of this because here you have a case where the murder was committed in public on video seen by the world and yet people were still deeply afraid. That justice would not be done. They're not would not be a measure of justice as vice president khama harris said and it speaks to how much work still needs to be done and the other thing is i was watching. I was thinking about was all the millions of people who took to the streets in the middle of a pandemic to to march in a protest against structural racism. After the murder of george floyd and breonna taylor and so many others. What would it say to them. If in this case the justice system could not truly do the bare fucking minimum of of convicting someone who committed the crime on video. What would it say that. What would that be a message to. All those people that progress was was impossible. And so this is. I think this is a relief more than celebration shirts imagination. Because there's so much more work to do so many more turns in this case as you said just with the sentencing and then the other officers who were involved but you know. I think the way the whole thing played out sort of speaks the courage of the floyd family the people who got involved because of an an all of the problems that still exist within our criminal justice system within our society. Yeah i was. I relieved by the verdict. Then sad that the outcome had ever been in doubt and then angry that in order to convict a police officer had to be a case where the murder was filmed right because if seventeen year old. Daughter neyla frazier had held her phone up. All we would have had is that minneapolis police department statement. That read man dies after medical incident during police interaction right so it had to be a case where the murder was filmed. It had to be a case where show wtn's fellow. Police officers were willing to testify against him. It had to be a case where the victim was literally begging for his life while slowly being choked to death for nine minutes like so what happens when the next murder isn't filmed. What happens when the the facts of the next case are in dispute. What happens when the police refuse to speak out against their own. Which is usually the case. And i think all that speaks to the need like you said for transformational change in policing and what happens if the attorney general is not someone like allison who is a progressive. Who ran on in part police reform in in doing better in situations like this. That outcome was in doubt in a situation where there were factors. That gave us better reason to believe that there. You could get the right outcome in the trial and there would be an almost any other case in any other part of the country. And that's what's so armee about this. David graham wrote in the atlantic. The chauvin conviction is the exception. That proves the rule which i think is the right way to sum that up It seemed like everyone with any kind of platform responded to the verdict on tuesday activists politicians celebrities athletes brands. The reactions range from incredibly moving to incredibly cringe-worthy is spend time on the ladder. Just do a quick search for nancy. pelosi or the las vegas raiders Minnesota attorney general. Keith ellison who's office led. The prosecution of the case reflected the sentiment of many of us. when he said quote. I would not call today's verdict justice but it is accountability. Which is the first step towards justice. President biden vice-president harris also addressed the nation. Harris said that quote a measure of justice isn't the same as equal justice. we must still reform the system. And here's a clip from biden's remarks so we can't leave this moment or look away thinking our work is done. We have to look at it. we have to. We've look as as we did for those nine minutes and twenty nine seconds. We have to listen. I can't breathe. I can't breathe.

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"neyla frazier" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"neyla frazier" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"We just saw. They beat the man for ten minutes. That was clearly excessive fourth. That was clearly a society word for cops. Yeah all acquitted grip aloha. They know they're going me and my boss. We we talked about so yeah. They go to a jury america. You see that tape and not. We'll say that's excessive force thirty years ago when you hear you back not guilty. Not guilty not guilty. I'm like what so the question chris. You and i both know what happened if this lady. This young seventeen year old daughter. Neyla frazier if she does not feel this. Derek chauvin still has his job. Dairy show is still in position to terrorize more. People minority people because he had several instances reports of a fifth and he was still so without this because he didn't put what he did in a statement. He said he got resist. Arrest anyhow medical episode. No weapon whose form where the weapon was your knee. He mentioned that he had the guy in a prone position. He didn't have meal may have make for ten minutes. He mentioned none of that and without the tape gift which is have to say everything said fifty seventy years before he had a medical condition. You take the police off. You know. And i know chris when you go into a courtroom next to the judge. The police officer has the most credibility everybody would have believed derek. Chauvin this man. He resisted arrest. He had a medical emergency because he had amphetamines. And he has some drug dealers system. But no you can't say well. What happened was he wouldn't healthy. Basically they tried to say george floor with not healthy he had been healthier. He could hailed breath for ten minutes..

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"neyla frazier" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"neyla frazier" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"It's it's still unspeakable tragedy. I think jurors got it right and that is signs of progress but two things really stood out to me yesterday. First of all. I went back and i read. The initial press release from may twenty fifth twenty twenty and the headline was man dies after medical incident during police interaction. Which is shocking. That's what the initial report was. After george floyd passed away. And i think the other interesting part to me was that. Hopefully we'll be a meaningful part of history. Moving forward is the seventeen year. Old daughter neyla frazier. She was the one that actually videotaped the incident and for all the tragedies that have come recently and all the social injustices that have occurred. So when like her hopefully in a meaningful way will change history because capturing what happened on video obviously changed the outcome. In the george floyd case but i just i went back and i read that initial press release it was shocking to be the initial characterization of what happened and that's where i wanted to go mike. You kind of hit the nail on the head on where i wanted to go with the media aspect of this in the racial composition of the jury a quick couple points. We'll continue to talk about this throughout the four hours. Because obviously this is a story that transcends sports and so sort of makes us realize we're just here to talk about ball games. Scores highlights analysis and how trivial that is in the grand scheme of things. But you'll right. The george floyd woke up on memorial day twenty twenty. I don't think george. Floyd thought he was going to be taking his last breath that day and when seventeen year old darnell frazier woke up that day. I don't think she woke up thinking to herself. I'm going to change the world today. But she did she was seventeen is seventeen. She was walking with young member of her family to get a snack at a convenience store when she saw it and presence of mind even as a youngster to take the younger person she was with put that person on the doorstep of convenience store walkover takeout her phone twenty twenty one and with the thumb pressed one button on her phone and with that one button change the course of history. So george floyd when he woke up that day had no idea it would be his last and frazier had no idea the impact. She would have using modern technology. We're going to dig into this next hour. But i just want to mention one thing as we continue to cut across racial lines. The jury was consisted of one black woman to multiracial women to white men. Three black men four white women. Two thirds of the jury were in their forties or younger and often times as is the case and i think this is a sad commentary on where we are that needs to be mentioned because many people believe the composition of the jury ends up deciding what the verdict will be. But i think in this case whether you had twelve white men twelve white women black women twelve black men anybody age race sexual orientation older younger urban suburban rural rich. Poor democrat republican. I don't think you need to break down. Even though in two thousand twenty one this is what we do. I don't think you need to get down to the granular level of who on the jury deciding the fate of derek. Chauvin anybody with a pair of eyes as keith ellison of minnesota attorney general said believe your is first day of the trial. Believe your eyes. Believe what you're seeing. And so that's one thing i just wanted to mention. Oftentimes people look at the composition. And say that's why certain verdict was rendered in this particular case. If you took twelve clear eyed people have any background. I think it's obvious what the case would be on the way much more on this throughout the course of the morning the nfl draft is eight days away our gm. Mike tannenbaum is here jets. Dolphins who were asking the big surprise teams would be and if knack jones tumbles. How far will he go. Mike says not nearly as far as you might think we're underway this morning..

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"neyla frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:17 min | 3 months ago

"neyla frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Accomplished for the several. Last year's even before twenty twenty black visions and our partner reclaim the block and other community. Organizations have been calling for the divestment from policing and in particular the investment in our communities on in -ment as in investment in real safety the things that actually create the conditions for safe and healthy and vibrant communities like housing like healthcare quality access to jobs like water that you can drink things like that instead of pouring and wasting millions of dollars on that we know ultimately have one never been designed to protect and serve low income people people of color ever fact have were intentionally created to oppress and keep us in our current conditions That has really been our call since two thousand eighteen and so in twenty twenty it was really important and immediate call to action to defend the police after the murder of george floyd because for me and many of my comrades is what justice actually looks like is ending this and making sure that there is never another. George floyd or dante right or allowing dodd or mckee. O'brien or taylor ever again has really been the work that we've been doing. And we have been working with the city council to push for that demand right now. What that looks like here in minneapolis is calling for the development of a department of public safety in a charter change. In our city that will eliminate the requirement for the current shape of our police department. The amount of officers really the amount of money that we waste every year here in minneapolis on policing and allow us to move those resources. I'm increase the infrastructure at citywide level for real investment in safety alternatives. That do not rely on the police solely in a public health. Approach to how we think about safety here in minneapolis. That is centers care for all of our people and the city council. along with community organizers. Have been working on this initiative this year and excited to bring it to voters in november. This proposed charter. Change on what. I'll say about our our mayor jacob fry. Is that what we've seen. Since last summer. Into this point as he is completely inadequate to fulfill the responsibilities of his executive role to be clear about the types of decisions that he does or does not have power around to actually fulfill the promises that he ran on when he was being elected and has continuously tried to pit black communities against each other in order to preserve his political standing and actually not move forward on investments in community safety like his constituents have been calling for. So i think it's important for people to understand the ways that our mayor has really blocked and gotten in the way of justice. You know. I wanna shout out the george. Floyd square organizers who for almost an entire year have been out there every single day out there between eight. am til late into the evening. Protesting holding down truly sacred space. That is providing mutual aid and care to community members that is curing the art of this movement so that people can memorialize and remember this moment in is not letting the city back down from his promises that has been so crucial as well as the organizing led by young people during the uprising. Last summer that truly lit the fire under the conversation. Here in minneapolis but across the country and across the globe put pressure in all of the right places that were needed and then of course our demands alongside others to not just call for black lives mattering but for to call for a clear demands to change the system by defunding the police as we move towards abolition of the police ultimately over the years to come and invest in new in a new model. A new future a new vision for how do safety. So that's really the moment here. And i. i really appreciate you lifting up the importance of activism and not just activism but intentional organizing that folks have put into intentional strategy that community members have been building for decades to get to get us to this point. And it's just incredible moment of the bystanders. The passersby who simply cared didn't know each other including that the time the seventeen year. Old daughter neyla frazier. Who was the one who took that video and i want to just end this conversation with a reminder of what actually came out from the police department versus what did shortly after derek chauvin kill george floyd the minneapolis. Police department issued a press release describing what had happened. The release was titled man dies from medical incident during police interaction. The statement said in quote two officers arrived and located the suspect. A male believed to be in his forties in his car. He was ordered to step from his car after he got out. He physically resisted officers. Officers were able to get the suspect in handcuffs and noted he appeared to be suffering medical distress officers called for an ambulance. He was transported to hennepin county medical center by ambulance where he died a short time later it was only that video and then of course the eyewitness testimony of passersby who didn't know george floyd but who are deeply concerned about watching a slow motion murder that showed the lie of this press. Release your final comment candice. Yes eternally grateful for dr nella in her bravery in being willing to not only witness this murderer by report it. So that the family and others could pursue justice. For george floyd and again the police department will continue to show its true colors and what is actually rooted in Which is making up lies in committing crimes against humanity for the sake of maintaining. Its institutional power so i think that that is important in. It should not be lost on people that here in minnesota right now we are experiencing extreme response militarize occupation of national guard and millions of dollars being poured into policing risking these same conditions. And so you know. I think that it's important that we witnessed this that we document these things that we share these things that we continue to protest. We continue to get out on the streets because we know that the police will lie on our name. Any day Without hesitating and that only we are the ones who are able to keep us safe and reminding us of that and of course star now was with her nine year old cousin who is wearing a t shirt that said love candice montgomery co executive director of black visions collective of black lead queer and trans centering community organization based in the twin cities in minnesota. Next up we go to harvard. Professor khalil gibran author of the condemnation of blackness race crime.

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"neyla frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:59 min | 4 months ago

"neyla frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd life the next martial artists donald williams who also witnessed floyd's death told prosecutor matthew frank. He called nine one one. After seeing chauvin put floyd and what williams had earlier called a blood choke at some point. Did you make a nine one one. Call that is correct Why did you do that. Because i believe i witness a murder and so are you felt the need to call the lawyers for officer. Derek chauvin attempted to counter the moving accounts by portraying the eye witnesses to george. Floyd death is being part of an angry mob but another one of the eye. Witnesses was an off duty firefighter. Emt genevieve hansen told prosecutor michael frank. She urged the police officers to check. George floyd pulses. He lay motionless on the ground. I also offered in my memory. I offered to walk. Walk them through it or them. If he doesn't have a pulse you need to start compressions and that wasn't done either. This are these things that you wanted to do. It would what. I would have done for anybody when you couldn't do that. How did that make you feel totally distress. Frustrated minneapolis fighter fire and ems genevieve. Hanson broke down in tears as she recalled. Seeing george floyd die and being prevented from helping him visit democracy now dot org to see all of our coverage on the police killing of george. Floyd brazil is facing mounting public health and political crisis on tuesday brazil recorded nearly thirty eight hundred new covid nineteen deaths its highest daily death toll yet. Meanwhile the heads of brazil's army navy and airforce all quit in an unprecedented move a day. After brazil's far-right presidential bolsonaro ousted his defense minister. As part of a broader cabinet shakeup developments. Have alarmed many in brazil. Who believed bolsonaro. Who is a former army. Captain will install ultra loyalist to the military post to consolidate his power at of next year's election when he's expected to be challenged by former president. Louis in osceola to silva the us covid nineteen death. Toll has topped five hundred fifty thousand by far the highest in the world. The true figure is likely far higher. A new study in american journal of public health suggests florida's undercounted. The number of cova deaths by thousands. This comes as arkansas has become the latest state to lift. Its statewide mask. Mandate ignoring calls by president biden for states to keep restrictions in places. Cova cases are rising and twenty six states in vaccine news. Pfizer has announced clinical trials. Show its covid. Nineteen vaccine is a hundred percent effective for youths between the ages of twelve and fifteen. Meanwhile the new york times has revealed. Nyu langone health. A major hospital system in new york city has set aside cova vaccine solely for employees of bloomberg. Which is run by the billionaire. Former mayor of new york mike bloomberg. The news comes just weeks after bloomberg philanthropies gave another part of nyu. That's new york university. A twenty five million dollar donation. In international news palestinian authorities have received one hundred thousand vaccine doses from china. In a boost to efforts to vaccinate the three million palestinians living in the west spank while vaccinated more than half of its population. It has largely refused to vaccinate palestinians. Except for some who work in israel. Or in the illegal settlements. The white house has unveiled a two trillion dollar jobs plan to help address the nation's deteriorating infrastructure it includes over six hundred fifty billion dollars for roads bridges railways and ports over three hundred billion dollars for housing infrastructure three hundred billion dollars for domestic manufacturing and billions for modernizing the electric power grid expanding broadband and eliminating lead pipes and drinking water systems to pay for the plan. President biden wants to increase the corporate tax rate from twenty one to twenty eight percent. Federal tax breaks for fossil fuel companies and crackdown on corporate tax attorney. Since a grand jury in texas is indicted. Two former police deputies on second degree manslaughter. Charges for killing javier ambler forty year. Old african american man. Ambler tasers to death in austin in march of two thousand and nineteen after being pulled over for not dimming his headlights for oncoming traffic as he was dying ambler said quote. I have congestive heart failure. And i can't breathe. Bail has been set at one hundred fifty thousand dollars for the two deputies. James johnson and zachary camden to police officers. The capital who were injured in the january six insurrection have sued former president trump for inciting and directing the right wing rioters. Meanwhile republicans are continuing to embrace backers of the violent insurrection. Videos emerged showing stewart roads. The founder of the far right group oath keepers spoken an official republican event in texas march. Twenty six in the border town of laredo. Other speakers at the event included texas republican party. Chairman alan west over a dozen members of the oath keepers have been charged with conspiracy for attacking the us capitol a warning to our audience. The following story includes graphic description video of a hate crime. new york. Police have arrested a man who viciously attacked a sixty five year old filipino. Woman near times square as she was walking to church on monday video footage shows the men kick the woman in her stomach and then repeatedly stomped on her face while reportedly laying anti asian slurs. The assailant walked away. Bystanders including security guards had luxury apartment. Building did nothing in response. New york mayor candidate.

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"neyla frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:37 min | 4 months ago

"neyla frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Trial of former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin is entering its third day. Chauvin faces murder and manslaughter. Charges for killing. George floyd last may by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on tuesday jurors her chilling testimony from witnesses including darnell frazier. Who is just seventeen years old when you used her cell phone to film the killing of floyd her image was not broadcast on the court television feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd

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Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Filmed Video of George Floyd’s Arrest, Testifies at Trial

Democracy Now! Audio

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Filmed Video of George Floyd’s Arrest, Testifies at Trial

"Trial of former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin is entering its third day. Chauvin faces murder and manslaughter. Charges for killing. George floyd last may by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on tuesday jurors her chilling testimony from witnesses including darnell frazier. Who is just seventeen years old when you used her cell phone to film the killing of floyd her image was not broadcast on the court television feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd

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