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Fresh update on "officer derek chauvin" discussed on Fresh Air
"Next week marks the second anniversary of the death of George Floyd, who was said to have told a friend when he was a teenager that one day he wanted to touch the world. Sadly, it was not his life, but his murder by police officer Derek Chauvin that touched off a wave of massive protests for racial justice, and sparked an ongoing national conversation about race in America. While much is known about George Floyd's death, our guests, Washington Post reporters Robert Samuels and tolu olorunnipa believe we can learn a lot by looking at his life. Their new book examines Floyd's 46 years on earth in detail, drawing on hundreds of interviews and a trove of public and private records, including diary entries rap lyrics, poems, medical records, historical documents, cell phone videos, social media postings, arrest reports, court documents, job applications, text messages, love letters, and more. The book is a portrait of a black man raised in poverty, who the authors argue found his opportunities and aspirations limited at every turn by the legacy of slavery and ongoing institutional racism. Robert Samuels is a national enterprise reporter for the post, tolu olorunnipa is a political enterprise and investigations reporter at the post, and also an on air contributor to CNN. Their new book is his name is George Floyd. Well, Robert Samuels toluse olorunnipa welcome to fresh air. George Floyd is a name everyone knows, and of course it was his tragic murder. Not his life that touched off this movement that had such enormous reach and impact. Why did you want to tell the story of his life in such detail? Well, we wanted readers to understand that the battle for George Floyd to breathe in America started long before he ever even encountered Derek Chauvin..
Man Gets 10 Years for Fatal Pawn Shop Fire During Minneapolis Riots
"Knows all about social justice rioting and destruction. A man listen to this, a man who set a deadly fire in a Minneapolis pawn shop during the George Floyd riots was sentenced to just ten years after a federal after federal prosecutors invoked Martin Luther King Jr. and asked the judge to show leniency montez Terrell Lee 26 years old, pleaded guilty to a single count of arson, he admitted he burned down the max it pawn shop, the May 28th, 2020, the same night rioters shut the Minneapolis third precinct building on fire following Floyd's death at the hands of shins convicted police officer, Derek Chauvin. There was a guy was killed. In the pawn shop, two months after the fire, the charred remains of 30 year old Oscar Lee Stewart were found in the rubble.
"officer derek chauvin" Discussed on WTOP
"Fed city is a team at century 21 redwood realty Good afternoon three 35 A former sheriff's deputy has been indicted in connection with a deadly crash this past summer in Northern Virginia And jury has indicted John yen check for involuntary manslaughter and reckless driving The sheriff's department says back in July yen check hit a pedestrian who was crossing garrisonville road The deputy was on leave during the investigation and a special prosecutor was assigned Jensen left the Stafford county sheriff's department this past December Neil law can stain double you TLP news An 18 year old prince George's county man has been arrested in connection with a murder case back in November police say Andres Aguilar was taken into custody earlier this month in the district he's charged with killing 19 year old Louis utrera of hyattsville Utrera was found dead on Underwood street in university park and police think he was murdered during a drug related robbery Testimony is underway in the trial of three former Minneapolis police officers accused of violating George Floyd's civil rights as fellow officer Derek Chauvin killed him Prosecutors are playing video from a police body camera at the scene in May of 2020 and video shows Floyd struggling with officers as they try to put him in a police vehicle than being held on the ground much of the video footage was shown at last year's state criminal trial where Chauvin was found guilty of murder other than introducing the video There was no testimony accompanying it prosecutors wanted available to the jury during deliberations Coming up after traffic and weather if Russia invades Ukraine President Biden says this afternoon he'll consider personal sanctions on Vladimir Putin We'll have more on that with wtp national security correspondent JJ green again right after traffic and weather It's three 40 No problem I'll call someone about the plum One of Beatrice's properties needs a new superintendent Someone with handyman superpowers and a concierge alter ego Has anyone know any good electricians in their parkville Indeed can help her hire great people fast.
"officer derek chauvin" Discussed on WTOP
"35 we have the latest now on the tensions between Russia and the west about Ukraine About 8500 U.S. troops are now on high alert as they may be deployed to Europe as part of a NATO response force should Russia invade Ukraine Russia continues to deny its planning and invasion if those troops are deployed they would not be sent to Ukraine instead they would go to NATO territory in Eastern Europe as part of a response force signaling a unified commitment Meantime the Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning that Russia might launch cyberattacks here in the U.S. to retaliate for helping Ukraine more from our national security correspondent JJ green The Department of Homeland Security on Sunday warned federal state and local officials that Russia could launch a cyberattack on the U.S. homeland because of actions the U.S. takes in response to Russia's threatening posture on Ukraine's border The alert said specifically the evolving nature of the current military escalation on Ukraine's border and ongoing dialog between Moscow and Russia could influence Russia's actions including options for targeting the U.S. Russia has done it before and knows how to do it DHS's warning stakeholders to be aware JJ green WTO P news Testimony underway in the trial of three former Minneapolis police officers accused of violating George Floyd's civil rights as fellow officer Derek Chauvin killed him Prosecutors are playing video from a police body camera at the scene in May of 2020 That video shows Floyd struggling with officers as they try to put him in a police vehicle then being held on the ground and a growing group of onlookers who become frantic as Floyd stops moving Much of the video footage was shown at last year's state criminal trial where Chauvin was convicted of murder Other than introducing the video there was no testimony accompanying it prosecutors wanted available to the jury during deliberations Stake around for traffic and weather and then what's going on with this sinking stock market lately We'll hear from The Washington Post Heather.
"officer derek chauvin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"120 countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Colorado residents are coming together for help and support following destructive wildfires north of Denver Officials say it's a miracle that up to this point no deaths have been reported A woman named Ida says those displace can relocate to an Airbnb The Airbnb listings for evacuees and refugees are free Officials are still surveying the damage but say it appears at least 500 homes are gone President Biden is authorizing a major disaster declaration to support those affected by the fires A tornado watch is in effect overnight from Arkansas to Kentucky the new year is starting with the threat of twisters in northeast Arkansas Southeast Missouri western Tennessee and southern Kentucky the tornado watches in effect until 7 central time Fans gathered at the Hollywood Walk of Fame Friday shortly after hearing the news of Betty White's passing Fox 11 reports an official memorial was placed on white star yesterday Her star is one of the original fixtures when the Walk of Fame was completed in 1961 I'm Brad Siegel This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio Millions protested across the country over the death of George Floyd as then police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck on a Minneapolis street corner And then while Chauvin was on trial for Floyd's killing just ten miles.
George Floyd Relatives Slam 'Slap on the Wrist' Sentence for Derek Chauvin
"George Floyd is calling. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's prison sentence of 22 a half years quote a slap on the wrist, especially considering the loss they'll experience for the rest of their lives. NPR's Cheryl Corley has the latest Derek Chauvin sentence is one of the longest a former police officer has ever received for an unlawful use of deadly force. George Floyd died after seven kept his knee pressed against Floyd's neck. For more than nine minutes, a jury found the former officer guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Judge Peter Cahill called the sentence 10 years more than guidelines recommended appropriate. George Floyd's brother Rodney and other family members were disappointed. 22 years centers they gave this man Slap on the wrist. We several life sentences, not having them in our life. And that hurts me to deal. Minnesota law requires Shelvin to serve two thirds of the sentence about 15 years before he's eligible for parole. Cheryl Corley NPR NEWS Minneapolis
Chauvin Gets 22 1/2 Years in Prison for George Floyd's Death
"There are mixed reactions to the twenty two and a half year prison sentence for the former Minneapolis police officer who killed George Floyd last year just as would have been George right now who have been killed the river dell Sharpton after the sentencing of former officer Derek Chauvin as heard on court TV the longer sentence they've ever given but it is not just twenty two and a half years possibly less with parole but the judge added prison time for what he called particular cruelty to George Floyd president Biden commented from Washington guidelines that seem to be appropriate chauvinist mother said her son isn't a horrible person portrayed by the prosecution my son is a good man the videotaped killing of George Floyd sparked months of protests across the country last year and for some changes in the name of social justice Floyd's brother felonies charges not him but his spirit lives here I'm Jackie Quinn
"officer derek chauvin" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Many, many times, both regarding the video itself and regarding his demeanor in court is that he appeared to have no remorse that he was had a flat affect, having represented a lot of, um, of people in the year in my years. That could mean a lack of remorse. It also could mean that that, um, that That the flat aspect as a result of trauma, uh and that he is unable to express emotion. I think that the judge would care to hear whether or not Mr Shelvin regrets the death of Mr Floyd. I think the judge would care to hear. Anything that he might have to say about what pressures may have caused him. Should behave in a way that is totally unacceptable. Um, so it might matter how much it's going to matter how much it might shave off. The sentence is very difficult to ascertain. Most judges that I know, say that the hardest thing to do is sentencing because you have to balance so many competing interests. And, um, that is going to be a very tough judge job. I'm sorry for the judge today. But thus far, it appears from the spectator's point of view that he has Follow the law. And, um, you know, just kind of called the balls and strikes as they existed without any any fear or favor. Expect the sentencing to be the same. This is reset. I'm Sasha and Simon's. If you're just tuning in, that is Andrea Lyon. She's a criminal defense lawyer in private practice and former public defender. And we are talking about today's sentencing hearing for Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer who was convicted of murdering George Floyd last year. Coming up in about five minutes on reset Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Mary Schmick will join us on her very last day with the Chicago Tribune. So stay with us for that conversation. Andrea the guilty verdict against Chauvin. It was hailed as a civil rights victory. We spoke a couple of months ago. In our last conversation. You are very frank when you said This would not have happened were it not for that video footage. How common or uncommon is it for police officers to be found guilty of murder on the job? It's almost unheard of, Uh, it is first of all getting charged is very unlikely. Um, even being disciplined is very unlikely it that's just the presumption is with the police officer in the use of force. As a general matter, and so it's it's unusual to even see a charge. Absent. Absolutely unreal, refute herbal evidence like this video. The explanation that was originally given regarding, uh what happened? Which was that Mr Floyd got sick. While he was in custody and passed away would have probably been accepted as um, as as what happened and it is very difficult to discern how many times That has happened or how many times a police officer has said that the defendant's cell uh and that's why he has bruises on his head or whatever, and that has simply been accepted because there's no Objective evidence to the contrary, The only evidence would come from the police officer and from the accused person, and the presumption is in the favor of the police officer as a general matter. Certainly within the criminal justice system as it exists now. Shelvin is also facing federal charges for violating George Floyd's civil rights. How could that impact his prison sentence? Well, he can get a another sentence altogether for that, And that sentence could be served consecutively to his state sentence. That is, the judge could say I'm sentencing. You took three years or four years for violating Mr Floyd civil rights, and that sense will begin at the end of your state sentence so that it could add additional years to the amount of time that that Mr Trovan we'll spend in jail. There are those three former officers who are also accused here. They're accused of aiding and abetting in Floyd's death. That's Thomas Lane, J. Alexander King and Tau Tau. Their trials been postponed until next year until March. 2022 What do the feds need to prove to convict those officers and will today's Sentencing and Chauvin's trial. Have any impact on those guys. Well, it certainly has an impact in the sense that that the entire city knows the entire country knows that. The main perpetrator, if you will has been convicted, and if that is certainly going to affect things. But the question is whether by failing to act They violated the law because they didn't They didn't kneel on Mr Floyd's neck. But they didn't stop Mr Shelvin from doing so, either. And the the question is, did they have a legal duty to do so? The prosecution in in their case will say that yes, they did. But it may very well be that a jury will view this differently. Um, and they viewed the actual actions of Mr Shelvin. In addition, I think that there are differences between the three accused aiders and abettors in particular as I'm forgetting his name right now. I'm sorry. There's one of which one of them Who was much had been on the job. Maybe two weeks with it was a a probationary officer, and, um, they have not felt Sufficiently. Uh A part of the system to feel comfortable and criticizing a superior officer. And so that a during a view that particular officers, uh, failure to act differently than the more veteran officers. What are you going to be watching for? Is this case unfolds in the courtroom. Well, I'm going to be watching to see if any of the remaining officers enter into some kind of agreement. Which could happen. I'm going to be watching to see if any of them might turn uh, state's evidence which the the youngest Or the probationary officer might be someone that they might turn to to do that. Um, and I'm certainly going to be watching to see Whether the prosecution is going to emphasis. As I think they should. That when we hire a.
"officer derek chauvin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"From Baker visit Baker home energy dot com for details. That's baker home. Energy dot com Co goes next real time traffic updates just 10 minutes away Good news time. 8 31 the fate of 159 people still unknown at this hour 24 hours after the collapse of a condo building near Miami Beach, Florida in Iran, De Santis, describing the rescue efforts they are going underneath in these tunnels. They obviously is trying to find any type of human life and saving lives. But it is still it is not a secure seen. Things are moving around. There was a fire. There was some additional collapsed. At least four people confirmed dead, but officials warned that the number could grow significantly. Meanwhile, the owners of that building are facing a lawsuit. Already a class action was filed late last night by a lawyer seeking damages for what the firm calls one of the most breathtakingly frightening tragedies in the history of South Florida. The plaintiffs want $5 million in damages and again, four people confirmed dead. You can see that the search continues and there are even kind of there's a little bit of dangerous what They're in the area in that when it rains, everything becomes heavier and a little bit less stable. Exactly. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin facing up to 40 years in prison when he is sentenced today for the killing of George Floyd Chauvin found guilty on all three counts of 2nd and 3rd degree murder for Floyd's death, which sparked protests around the world. Prosecutors calling for at least 30 years behind bars. His attorney says the former officer should receive only probation. Chauvin chose not to testify in his own defense at his trial, but we'll have an opportunity to speak on his own behalf today before he is sentenced a frightening road rage incident this morning bullets pierced a car on a freeway after a road rage incident, CHP says it got to call it about 5 30 this morning, a man said he was driving a sedan on the 56 when a silver van pulled up next to him. The driver of the Sudan says the van cut him off, so he flashed his high beams. That's when the van pulled up next to him rolled down the window. The driver of the Sudan did the same, And as he did, he said, Shots were fired at him. The CHP says two bullets hit the car just above the right front passenger window. The Sudan sped away, but the van followed him all the way to the five and 805 ft. Finally got away. Police say If you're in an incident like this, pull over and called 911 man in the Bay Area is in custody, charged with the brutal beating. Of an Asian American UPS delivery driver in San Francisco earlier this month. Seven Cisco police have arrested 27 year old Sean Doherty for suspicion of robbery, conspiracy and hit and run with injury in connection with the attack on June 3rd. The incident happened while the driver was unloading boxes for delivery when he was punched by the robber. He had to be hospitalized. Investigators found the getaway vehicle, a Toyota SUV with stolen license plates. Doherty is now behind bars and being held without bail. Cliff Albert Kogo news Mayor Gloria has reached in tentative agreement with labor unions representing San Diego's police officers and firefighters to provide raises. Under the deal, all members of the Police officers Association would receive a 3.2% raise in San Diego City. Firefighters would get 2.5% those with special qualifications and in management roles would get additional compensation. The City Council still has to vote to approve the raises. The mayor says the additional pays to help fill the 12.9% vacancy rate across City Department 2020 audit showed a major factor behind employee turnover was significant pay gaps. New stations are gearing up for the Blue Line trolley extension that will open in less than five months, including one at the V. A medical center in La Hoya. Insidious Mayor Catherine Blake Spear, the chair of sandbags. San Diego Association of Government said the VA's station would have nine new ones built on the blue Line extension from old town to UTC will help the medical centers in the 85,000 veterans. A lot of people who have caregivers or family members who have to help them. They might not be able to make that trip alone they might not be able to afford. Word the car or be able to spend the whole day doing that parking have to walk a far distance. Just a lot of parts of it that are difficult and this is a trolley stop this right next to the front door. Basically empty trials will start running on the blue line over the next few weeks as a test and they post on social media. San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria said the extension will be opened on November 21st. Jack and Coke News. Animal rights activists are demanding permanent freedom for the cows that escaped to California slaughterhouse This week. Nearly 40 cows were sent back to the facility in PICO Rivera, California after roaming through neighborhoods and causing some chaos before being rounded up. The group, some of them dressed in cow suits, protested outside the manning beef company building Thursday night. They're urging the company to give the cows the second chance of life, which is what the last one to be captured received yesterday. Grammy Award winning senior Diane Warren has offered to save that counseling center to an animal sanctuary. Meanwhile, the city of PICO Rivera is collecting damage estimates from residents that had their property damage during Tuesday night's stampede. Michael Kastner. You may notice some of your coworkers have four legs and a tail. Today. It's national. Take your dog to work day. So if you're actually back in your office and not just doing zoom calls Your pooch or your co workers pump, maybe putting in a real live appearance. The event was started 23 years ago by some of the people who actually take care of dogs while their humans are at the office. It was created by Pet sitters International as a way to celebrate the great companions, Dogs make and to promote their adoptions. The group says. The event also encourages employers to experience the joy of pets in the workplace for a day. What to watch if you head to the theater this weekend. Yes, we've got that. Plus. Get your traffic. Your weather coders have a 37 Gemayel report hence was a loyal soldier. I know a lot of Trump. People are probably upset that I'm saying that I'm calling balls and strikes. I'm calling it like I see our provinces, not with Mike Pence. Our problem is with the Democrats. Let's not forget.
Derek Chauvin Faces Sentencing for Murder of George Floyd
"A hearing scheduled today for the sentencing of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. He could face up to 40 years in prison for the death of George Floyd Shaaban was found guilty on all three counts of 2nd and 3rd degree murder for Floyd's death, which sparked protests around the
"officer derek chauvin" Discussed on AP News
"Short of that. We haven't heard any voices coming from the pile The search and rescue effort continuing through the night and into the morning. Here's our Jackie Quinn, a child was rescued without parents in sight. A woman's leg had to be amputated, but she and her child were freed and other families just wait for news Senator Marco Rubio dark and tragic day. But but from it. We continue to pray for some miracles, audio courtesy of WPLG. TV officials say the building's roof was being work done, but it's not yet determined if that was a factor in the collapse. I'm Jackie Quinn. Several experts think former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin will get 20 to 25 years in prison when he sentenced today in the murder of George Floyd. But our Shelley Adler points out. The sentence could be as much as 30 years, and former federal prosecutor David Weinstein thinks the 45 year old may get something close to that. I'm expecting a sentence that's going to be at least at the top end of the guidelines and potentially almost as high as the statutory Max remember, although he's been convicted of all three counts. You can only be sentenced on the most severe, which is what carries that statutory mat. Prosecutors are asking for a 30 year sentence, while defense Attorney Eric Nelson wants probation. Britain investigating Google and Amazon over concerns they aren't doing enough to stop fake reviews of products and services. This is a P news President Biden's promising America will not abandoned Afghans who helped the U. S. Military. The president hosts Afghanistan's leaders today at the White House. Here's Our Sagar Bongani as America's longest war reaches its final months, the Biden administration is under growing pressure to evacuate thousands of Afghans who served as interpreters or helped military operations the past two decades. Those who helped this I'm not going to be left behind. The president says the process of relocating them has begun, though he says he doesn't know where the Afghans and their families will be sent as they await US visas. Meantime, officials tell the AP roughly 650. American troops are expected to stay in Afghanistan to protect diplomats after the main military force finishes its withdrawal, which will be largely done in the next two weeks. Soccer Megane Washington and I'm Rita Foley. AP News If you've got a personal auto insurance question, you could talk to a cab driver, although the policies he recommends might include avoiding the interstate, beating traffic by taking the backgrounds and only making left. Turns when absolutely necessary. Or.
Pulitzers Give Special Award to Darnella Frazier, Who Filmed George Floyd's Murder
"Teenager who pulled out her cell phone and recorded the police restraint and death of George Floyd was awarded a special citation by the Pulitzer prizes during Ella Frazier was cited for courageously recording the murder of George Floyd and highlighting the crucial role of citizens in journalist's quest for truth and justice Rachel was seventeen when she recorded Floyd's death in may of last year at the hands of Minneapolis police and later posted it on Facebook she testified at the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin about what she saw a man terrified and scared big difference
State Seeks 30 Years for Chauvin; Defense Wants Time Served
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the state seeks thirty years for the former police officer convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd according to court documents filed Wednesday prosecutors are seeking a thirty year prison sentence for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin who was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd but defense attorney Eric Nelson is asking that shall then be sentenced to probation and the time already served Sheldon was convicted in April of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for pressing his knee on Floyd's neck for about nine and a half minutes as Floyd said he couldn't breathe under Minnesota law he will be sentenced on only the most serious conviction second degree manslaughter chauvinist Gadgil to be sentenced on June twenty fifth hi Mike Rossio
Biden to Meet Privately With George Floyd's Family on Killing Anniversary
"President Biden will meet today with George Floyd's family on the first anniversary of fluids killing the president has spoken often of Floyd's relatives like after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted in Floyd's killing through the family's pain they're finding purpose this afternoon they'll be in the oval office for what spokeswoman Jen Psaki says will be a private meeting with the president he has a genuine relationship with them and the courage and grace of this family and especially his daughter Chiana has really stuck with the president's sake says the president hoped bipartisan congressional negotiators would have finished a policing overhaul bill named after Floyd by Tuesday but he's encouraged that they're making progress Sager mag ani Washington
Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting Derek Sheldon's lawyer seeks a new trial and an impeachment of the verdicts the attorney for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has requested a new trial saying the judge abused the discretion of the court and the verdict should be impeached due to jury misconduct Chauvin was convicted last month of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd attorney Eric Nelson says judge Peter Cahill violated children's right to a fair trial when he denied Nelson's request for a change of venue due to pre trial publicity Nelson also cites Cahill's refusal to sequester the jury for the trial or instruct jurors to avoid all media Nelson's brief does not refer to reports that one of the jurors participated in an August twenty eighth March in Washington DC to honor Martin Luther king junior Floyd's brother and sister addressed the crowd at that March hi Mike Rossio
Chauvin Juror Says Guilty Verdicts Could Have Come Quicker
"A juror who cast one of the unanimous votes to convict former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin of killing George Floyd says the verdict could have come quicker Randy Mitchell tells ABC's Good Morning America he thought the deliberation should've lasted twenty minutes he says a lot of time was spent trying to convince one person who was uncertain about some of the jury instructions Mitchell a thirty one year old black man says the jurors made sure they understood exactly what was being asked Mitchell doesn't think the jury was affected by tensions in Minneapolis our concerns about what affects their verdicts would have but he describes the process as stressful I'm Mike Kempen
Nielsen: At Least 22.8 Million Watched Chauvin Verdict
"The ratings numbers are in for the Derek Chauvin murder trial he also says there were at least twenty two point eight million people who watched on TV this week as former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd but the numbers don't quite tell the whole story the Nielsen numbers are based on viewership figures on ten different networks that carry Tuesday's verdict live however the actual audience was likely much higher for one thing the numbers do not include court TV or ESPN which also carried the verdict the leader in viewership CNN with an estimated four point over three million viewers ABC fox news channel MSNBC NBC and CBS all had at least three million people watching I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Sharpton Decries 'Stench of Racism' in Daunte Wright's Death
"Hundreds of mourners packed into a church in Minneapolis to remember Dante right a twenty year old black father shot by an officer during a traffic stop in Brooklyn center Minnesota the Minneapolis funeral for Dante Wright was held just two days after former police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd attorney Ben Crump represents both the Floyd and right families dot right during the eulogy the Reverend al Sharpton rebuked the possibility the right was pulled over for having air fresheners dangling from his mirror we tried to get the stench of police brutality out of the atmosphere Dante's mother Katie Wright told mourners she stayed up late worrying about what she would say about her son the roles should completely be reversed my phone should be buried me hi I'm Jennifer king
Minneapolis Mayor Says He Welcomes Justice Department Policing Investigation
"The department of justice has opened an investigation into policing practices in minneapolis. Us attorney general merrick garland made the announcement wednesday the investigation. I am announcing today. We'll assess whether the minneapolis police department engages in a pattern or practice of using excessive force including during protests the investigation will also assess whether the npd engages in discriminatory conduct. And whether it's treatment of those with behavioral health disabilities is unlawful. The announcement came less than twenty four hours after a minneapolis. Jury convicted former police officer derek. Chauvin of murder and manslaughter in the death of george floyd minneapolis. Mayor jacob fray said he welcomed the investigation as an opportunity to continue working toward deep change and accountability in the minneapolis. police department. The states department of human rights is also reviewing the department's policies and practices. It's looking for evidence of systemic discrimination during the last ten years
Garland announces police probe day after Floyd case verdict
"The justice department is opening an investigation into Minneapolis's police department the day after former officer Derek Chauvin was convicted in George Floyd's killing Attorney General Merrick garland says the verdict is not address potentially systemic policing issues in Minneapolis so the justice department will start a probe to determine whether the Minneapolis police department engages in a pattern or practice of unconstitutional or unlawful policing by looking at the use of force among other things the justice department was already investigating whether Chauvin and other officers involved in Floyd's death violated his civil rights Sager mag ani Washington
AP source: DOJ to announce Minneapolis police probe
"A person familiar with the matter has told the Associated Press that Attorney General Merrick garland is expected to announce that the justice department is opening a sweeping investigation into policing practices in Minneapolis the announcement comes a day after former officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd the justice department is already investigating whether the officers involved in Floyd's death violated his civil rights the investigation announced today is known as a pattern of practice it will be a more sweeping probe of the entire department and may result in major changes to policing there I'm surely employer
Jury's swift verdict for Chauvin in Floyd death: Guilty
"Now that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been found guilty in the murder of George Floyd he could be sentenced to decades in prison after the guilty verdict was read children's bail was revoked he was led out of court in handcuffs his lawyer Eric Nelson following without commenting sentencing will be in two months the most serious charge carries up to forty years in prison it's up to judge Peter Cahill to decide on Monday Nelson asked for a mistrial citing remarks made by representative Maxine waters about the outcome of the trial it was denied but Cahill said that could be grounds for an appeal however legal experts say it's unlikely I'm Julie Walker
Celebrations at George Floyd Square Following Guilty Verdict
"There are celebrations in minneapolis tonight. After a jury convicted former police officer derek chauvin of murder and manslaughter. In the killing of george floyd matt of minnesota public radio reports on one of those celebrations at the intersection where floyd died last year for the last eleven months. Thirty eight th street in chicago avenue in south minneapolis has been known as george floyd square. Hundreds of people gathered here to await the jury's decision cheers erupted is judge peter. Kay he'll read the guilty verdicts off. Prosecutors are seeking prison sentence that's longer than minnesota's guidelines three other officers charged with aiding and abetting floyd's murder are due to face trial in august for npr news. I'm matt said in
Derek Chauvin Guilty of Murder and Manslaughter in George Floyd's Death
"Reactions pouring in from around the country to the conviction of a white former police officer in the death of George Floyd last year in Minneapolis after former officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty we are able to breathe again George Floyd's brother felonious Florida outside the courthouse says this black man's killing was different than others because it was caught on camera other family members celebrated in Houston as heard on KTRK TV back in Minneapolis the Reverend al Sharpton says there's more work to do we still have cases of fright but this gives us the energy to fly home George Floyd square in Minneapolis is images of Derek Chauvin being handcuffed and led away played out on TV president Biden addressed the historic case it was a murder in full light of day and rip the blinders off I'm Jackie Quinn
Chauvin convicted on all counts in Floyd death
"A Minneapolis jury has convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin on all charges in George Floyd's death Floyd died eleven months ago after Chauvin peen Disney on or close to his neck for about nine and a half minutes the now fired officer has been convicted on charges of second degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter the panel of six white and six black or multiracial jurors deliberated about ten hours delivering the verdict at a courthouse surrounded by razor wire in a city full of National Guard troops Minneapolis in cities nationwide had been bracing for unrest following the case that set the country on edge forcing it to re examine racism and policing president Biden had said earlier the case was overwhelming and he hoped the jury would reach the right verdict solder AMAG ani Washington
"officer derek chauvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On Memorial Day a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on a black man's neck until he was unresponsive the killing of George Floyd sparked the protests we've seen around the country with Minneapolis on edge and under scrutiny the pressure is on the city's police chief Madera are a Dando a thirty year veteran and the first black man to head the mostly white police department he fired the four officers involved within twenty four hours we spoke with the chief remotely discussing the events of may twenty fifth the video that ignited involved and the police response which started with ally so as I understand that there was something released to the press are the George Floyd had resisted arrest and that he had I'm going to read this died quote after a medical incident during a police interaction and that was preliminary information that was absolutely official police statement however that was not accurate so it makes you wonder doesn't it that if there hadn't been that video that someone took on their phones that would have been the end of it in our communities have said that for for many years when these incidents occur if they're not captured on video are there voice is going to be taken as is is truthful and and that cuts to the very core of why we have to distrust in our communities quite frankly it was a seventeen year old who recorded this now infamous video showing that truth George Floyd wasn't resisting arrest he died after a police officer Derek Chauvin pressed his knee into Floyd's knack for nearly eight minutes Floyd.
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"Slash deal for more information again the light stream dot com slash deal twenty minutes after the hour on this morning here's Ross okay and now the three big things you need to know number one a market rout as investors nervously I rising coronavirus cases in some parts of the country and to digest warnings of sustained economic damage due to the outbreak after effects chief market strategist art Hogan of national security spent weeks in a row that numbers of people that are finally from an employment at last they're still really fit right so we have to live in an environment where Pat this is getting less bad but still but would that be the S. and P. five hundred ended the day down nearly six percent and the Dow was down nearly seven percent number two coronavirus infections were rising in twenty one states on Thursday as cases in the U. S. topped two million Florida health officials reported a sixteen ninety eight new cases of covered nineteen the largest number of new infections in a single day since the state started tracking the virus and March number three an investigation is underway after Chicago police officers were caught on surveillance video lounging making popcorn and drinking in a congressman's campaign office as looting took place in the neighborhood on the night of June first representative Bobby rush says the footage shows officers relaxing in his south side office after it had been broken into and looted mon and ask one was sitting on my couch and my campaign a group of fourteen sworn Minneapolis police officers have released an open letter condemning the actions of officer Derek Chauvin caught on video with his knee on George Floyd snack for nearly nine minutes as he struggled.
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"F. B. K. from ABC news I'm Terry all together the city where George Boyd was killed is taking a major step in reforming its police department chief Medaria Arradondo says it's going to withdraw from police union contract negotiations about employees wages or benefits or health care premiums this is about substantive things within that contract involved around our critical incident protocols are used to force the grievance process arbitration Arredondo also implementing a system to identify problem officers early on change is also coming to the buffalo New York police department were two officers are accused of injuring a protestor mayor Byron brown Bryan brown says the department will focus on creating stronger community bonds and civic engagement socials we are announcing today are critical first step in a shared journey that we must all undertake to help make buffalo more just inclusive and equitable for black people who call this city home and Houston mayor Sylvester Turner signing an executive order on police reform and use of force the brother of George Floyd was one of the witnesses at a house Judiciary Committee hearing today focusing on police accountability why officer Derek Chauvin might of held his knee against his brother's neck for over eight minutes fullness Floyd speculated that it might have been personal they worked at the same place so for him to do something like that it had to be premeditated and he wanted to do an intentional yes Sir Chauvin and George Floyd both work security in a Minneapolis nightclub and reports claim the pair had tensions prior to their deadly encounter Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington a manhunt continues in California for a suspect in what authorities say was an ambush style shooting on the pasta robless police headquarters a sheriff's deputy was shot and wounded what's left of tropical storm Chris double leaving more than four hundred thousand customers without power across the upper Midwest you're listening to ABC news it's traffic.
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"Officer Derek Chauvin appearing on video sat quietly wearing an orange jumpsuit and a mask as a judge increase the bail to more than a million dollars for the nineteen year police veteran CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter it's nine thirty two more now on the legislation for sweeping law enforcement reform that's been introduced in Congress WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill the killing must stop the carnage must end house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer one of the Democrats who unveiled the legislation including the chair of the congressional black caucus Karen bass a profession where you have the power to kill should be a profession that requires highly trained officers who are accountable to the public the legislation would create a national registry to track abuses by police band police chokehold and step up police training bass as more than two hundred lawmakers in the house and Senate are supporting the legislation it's still unclear whether it will get enough support in the Republican controlled Senate to pass on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news meantime president trump held a round table discussion with state federal and local law enforcement officials today in his first year in office the president urged police to not be too nice with suspects but now he says he's begun a discussion about policing in a more gentle way we're gonna talk about ideas how we can do it better and the president says ninety nine percent of police officers are great people and he flatly rejects reform proposals that include cutting funding for departments or dissolving them you might have some cities you want to try but it's going to be very very sad situation if they did because people are going to be protected Steven Portnoy CBS news the White House president trump accuses Joe bite in of wanting to define the police in a statement however Biden's campaign refutes that accusation and says the former vice president wants to bring transformative change to our criminal justice system to those calling for de funding the police Biden's campaign spokesperson tells CBS news that Biden here's and shares the deep grief and frustration of those calling out for change Biden does support police reform like banning police chokehold and trying to assist apartments and not having to deal with so many types of emergencies so that they can focus solely on policing one of Biden's campaign plans is to make available hundreds of millions of dollars for police departments to implement more community policing which focuses on building community relationships between police and those who they serve that CBS news reporter Bo Erickson DC mayor Bowser has something to say to protesters who want her to shift public safety money to other programs he says she won't do it and she supports the police department's full funding proposal I have my budget that I submitted to the council a few weeks ago in I can tell you that what we have submitted is what we think we need for public safety not a penny more and not a penny less and I mean that on both the enforcement sign up for the Metropolitan Police department and I also know that we have heavily invested in intervention programs opportunity programs as well DC police chief Peter Newsham chimed in saying he believes more fun Elise that funding is how you hire and train better officers it said it's nine thirty six now in Washington North Korea state media says North Korea will cut off all communication hotlines with South Korea apparently they've already cut off some phone lines tonight this is over an ongoing issue where the north is accusing South Korea of letting defectors and send leaflets and other material into North Korea we've seen North Korea gradually escalate over the past several days now with the sister over the supreme leader Kim yo Jong at the helm all this strategy old escalation putting psychological pressure on South Korea sung Yoon Lee is a professor of Korean studies at Tufts University nine thirty six the US economy into recession in February our group of economists says that ended the longest expansion on record unemployment peaked in February and fell shortly sharply afterward make you marking the beginning of the recession it's nine thirty.
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"News radio seven hundred WLW radio shows just a few scattered clouds it is eighty eight degrees right now the risk is real to our officers in addition the risk is very real to peaceful protesters the vast majority of citizens are engaging in peaceful protest Cincinnati mayor John Cranley speaking today talking about the city's continued response to protests over the death of George Floyd members of the police department including the police chief have directly engaged in spoken with protesters members of city council talking with protesters today there is a new curfew in the city that starts tonight at eleven PM that curfew in effect until six AM it'll run until Monday morning as of the planning right now new charges stemming from George Floyd's death last week in Minneapolis the three other ex Minneapolis police officers involved in Floyd's alleged murder have now been charged with aiding and abetting former officer Derek Chauvin who was charged last week with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter has seen the charges against him upgraded to second degree Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison making the announcement this afternoon saying the decision came after reviewing the evidence with the head of an county attorney filed an amended complaint that charges the charges former Minneapolis police officer Derek Jarman with murder in the second degree for the death of George Floyd Ellison says there is also a federal investigation that is under way again we are awaiting former president Barack Obama to speak at a virtual town hall that his foundation is hosting will carry the president the former president's comments life coming up on Wall Street today the Dow ended up five hundred twenty seven points the nasdaq up seventy five and the S. and P. up forty.
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"George Boyd case will face a felony aiding and abetting charges Attorney General Keith Ellison says he's also upgrading the charge against former officer Derek Chauvin to second degree murder that means a suspect intended to kill the victim we gather all the facts that we could we review the criminal statutes we look the case law we consulted with each other and we arrived at these charges we believe that they are justified by the facts and the law of the other officers being charged or Thomas lane J. Alexander king and how to tell a lady can both help Chauvin restrain Floyd tell kept the crowd back as they pleaded with officers to loosen the restraints of Floyd could breed Ellison says he sees no reason the former officers will not be allowed to get a fair trial in Minneapolis San Antonio mayor Ron Nirenberg promising he wants more information about what happened to some journalists last night while covering a protest at the Alamo several media members reported being struck by wooden bullets fired by police Enberg says he's not okay with the reports and once more details police and they opened fire because a group of protesters were throwing bottles at them Austin's considering a curfew due to planned protests police chief Brian Manley says this weekend's protest may force the department's Hammond noted almost all demonstrations have been peaceful I with a corona virus numbers on the decline people are returning to the skies as Antonio international directories to science as the number of travelers is on the rise beginning of may we started to climb to the thousand mark and have hit above two thousand passenger enplanements per day here in the early days of June two airlines a legion and air Alaska have stop some flights but he's confident they will return it's expected to take three to five years for the airport to recover to the two thousand twenty levels the former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein testified today before the Senate Judiciary Committee about his handling of the trump Russia investigation this hearing is really looking at the origins of the Russia probe now keep but mind your that rod Rosenstein he was the number two at the department of justice here he brought in Robert Muller the special counsel.
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"Areas of the country if he has to mayors and governors must establish an overwhelming law enforcement presence until the violence has been quelled several democratic governors have not activated the National Guard and are critical of the president's leadership Kate brown in Oregon city don't defuse violence was soldiers on the streets the president also caused controversy by taking a walk fox's Rachel Sutherland as more live day during a visit to the fire damage Saint John's church president trump held up a viable as cameras rolled some are criticizing the appearance as a photo op the bishop of the DC a physical diocese said the church was caught off guard by the visit with no sense that it's a sacred space to be used for sacred purposes presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said the president tear gassed peaceful protesters and fired rubber bullets for a photo known as the church of the presidents St John's is where presidents have come to pray since James Madison Dave Rachel Minnesota where the protest started over George Floyd's death a white officer seen on video kneeling on his neck into autopsy does show that George Floyd have died of asphyxiation unable to breathe officer Derek Chauvin is charged with murder and manslaughter America's listening to fox news owning a Patrick Osborne this news brought you by ABC home and commercial services stopping Austin's news in Austin protesters hospitalized in critical condition after being shot with a police issue being background AB chief Brian Manley says a twenty year old protester was shot in the head with a less than lethal round during Sunday's ball tile protests the victim of this incident was video recording with his phone the subject he was standing next to a one point is wearing a backpack he takes a back pack almost any hurdles that towards the officers one of the officers fired their less lethal munition at that individual apparently but instructed victim instead Manley says he wishes to speak with the young man's parents so they can get some answers Junglee newsradio kale BJ dozens of protesters have been arrested among them is zero Lartigue is accused of making a Molotov cocktail and something Austin police association president can cast a says very unwise to carry out a protest because I can have deadly consequences now if you go big rock or you saw something like a Molotov cocktail female officers but in my opinion would be authorized to use deadly force we don't do it we say they found are taking a portable restroom after spotting him on camera filling a bottle with a liquid and stuffing a cloth wick inside the Molotov though was not found please think you might've flushed it in response to a statewide protests that resulted in widespread property damage governor Greg Abbott is issued a new order calling for thousands more National Guard troops to help DPS and local police and it says anyone who comes from out of state commits acts of violence will be punished under federal law as private store owners continue suffering from looters and vandals some of question whether or not a city wide curfew may be needed mayor Steve Adler tells cave you doesn't think so you know it's certainly a tool that is always under consideration it was not a tool that the police chief requested because the city council will meet on Thursday for an emergency meeting which more talks about overhauling the police department are expected cancel also look for answers about APD's use of right control tools over the weekend and it is now.
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"Some areas of the country if he has to mayors and governors must establish an overwhelming law enforcement presence until the violence has been quelled several democratic governors have not activated the National Guard and are critical of the president's leadership Kate brown in Oregon said you don't defuse violence was soldiers on the streets the president also caused controversy by taking a walk fox's Rachel Sutherland as more live day during a visit to the fire damage Saint John's church president trump held up a Bible as cameras rolled some are criticizing the appearance as a photo op the bishop of the DC opposable diocese said the church was caught off guard by the visit with no sense that it's a sacred space to be used for sacred purposes presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said the president tear gassed peaceful protesters and fired rubber bullets for a photo known as the church of the presidents St John's is where presidents have come to pray since James Madison Dave Rachel Minnesota where the protest started over George Floyd's death a white officer seen on video kneeling on his neck into autopsy does show that George Floyd had died of asphyxiation unable to breathe officer Derek Chauvin is charged with murder and manslaughter America's listening to fox news are the two nine six three six two seven six six and three for intelligent design plumbing in there we believe the universe declares the glory of an intelligent designer did you know the amount of information in the human body's DNA is equal to eight billion letters in just one cell and we have a hundred trillion cells but those are just random letters that's equal to eight thousand books of code organized in just the right way for the world's most powerful supercomputer every person's coating is unique just like fingerprints manifold air conditioners were designed that well yeah I wish the study showed that ninety percent of Arizona systems are put in with some type of energy wasting cover robin problem that's not some intelligent design right there exactly hot and.
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"Floyd was killed in police custody Minneapolis remains the center of what's now a national urban protest movement today a new video emerged showing the moments before officer Derek Chauvin Indonesian to Floyd's neck the new video shows an apparent scuffle in the back of a police cruiser ABC's Alex Perez has more children now behind bars and on suicide watch as he faces charges for third degree murder and manslaughter children's wife Kelly has filed for divorce we can't have two justice systems in America one for black America and one for white America Floyd's family and their attorney Ben Crump calling for more serious charges against children is saying his actions were premeditated today Floyd's brother is visiting the street corner where he died the National Guard has been activated around the country has mostly peaceful protests by day turned violent at night this is ABC news a new report reveals the economic fallout of covert nineteen on Palestinian communities in an interview and report the World Bank estimates the Palestinian economy may shrink up to eleven percent this year due to covert nineteen poverty rates in the west bank could double to thirty percent the U. N.'s Mideast envoy Nickolay Mladenov also warning that Israeli annexation of the west bank would most likely quote trigger conflict and instability that as a senior official from the United Arab Emirates becomes the latest to weigh in tweeting Israeli annexation would be a quote serious setback for the peace process Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem more countries are easing their lockdowns in Denmark Finland and the Netherlands bars and restaurants are re opening in the U. K. classes for elementary school kids were held for the first time in weeks lots of hand holding and social distancing and in Italy for the first time in three months the Vatican and the Coliseum museums are open to the public David Wright ABC news.
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"Hi Mike Rossi reporting I can't breathe becomes a rally cry and you for police protests in the US Ross the nation Friday night more signs of outrage over the death of George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police there were protests from coast to coast including in New York Washington Minneapolis Atlanta San Jose California and Denver the protests continued even though the now fired police officer Derek Chauvin was arrested and charged with murder Friday hi Mike Rossi