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Chicago Officers Must Now Give Medical Aid After a Police Shooting

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02:02 min | 7 months ago

Chicago Officers Must Now Give Medical Aid After a Police Shooting

"Footage of police killing 13 year old Adam to later last week captured the violent end of that boy's life. It also showed a particular policy change in action officers attempting to give medical aid after a shooting. Patrick Smith of member station. WBZ reports and awarding this piece includes some audio from the body cam footage of Toledo's death. In the moments after Chicago police shot 13 year old Adam to Lehto. Officers on the scene, including the one who fired. The shot immediately began trying to save the boy's life in videos. Officers can be seen giving the boy CPR and desperately calling for an ambulance. Within seconds of firing the fatal shot. Officer Eric Stillman started talking with to Lehto. Resentment reshot. Stay with you Stay with Temple, Get an ambulance rolling. Somebody bring the medical kit. Now their life saving efforts were urgent, but ultimately futile. It was a much different scene than one captured in Chicago's most infamous police shooting video, the 2014 killing of teenager Laquan McDonald. And that Dashcam video after MacDonald had been shot repeatedly. 16 Times, Chicago police officers stood around as McDonald lay in the road, never doing anything but kicking the knife out of his hand. University of Chicago law professor Sharon Fairley used to run the Chicago agency that investigates police shootings. The incident that really sticks with her is the 2016 fatal shooting of 18 year old Paul O'Neill. An unarmed van shot by Chicago police. Young Paula Neil was shot and he's lying on the ground and They're just standing around waiting for the ambulance to show up, And they're not doing anything to help him fairly recommended police change policies and instruct officers to give medical aid after injuring someone. That ended up being a part of the Chicago police consent decree. A recent report by the Marshall Project found that most police departments across the country give first aid training to police recruits. And half require officers to provide aid whenever possible.

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"paul oneill" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"paul oneill" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"You spend your new year with us for a university of Michigan football bowl game thanks for being with us and we are excited about this one day and there are for the forty eight time Michigan is in a bowl game and this one they are playing the verbose citrus bowl Orlando against the university of Alabama which is the team that is like tonic Paul oneill national championship contender it is clearly the most attractive match up in my opinion other than the national championship semi final games in this bowl season they didn't give me a much better than this no and let's be realistic GM if back in August you said the Michigan is going to play Alabama I think ninety nine percent of people in the college football world would have said well that's going to be in one of the semi final games and as it turned out it's it's not I think both teams are disappointed they weren't in the playoffs because that's where they set their sights at the start of the year but all you have to say Michigan Alabama two of the most storied football programs in college football history and how about the story lines in this game mix statement the head coach of Alabama used to be the head coach at Michigan state had problems beating Michigan but Alabama he has won five national titles in his career he's won six national championships and Jim Harbaugh's on the other side the prodigal son returned home to restore Michigan back for that national championship caliber these two guys know each other they've got two great programs that both respect each other and that's part of the story line in this whole match up today and to handsomely compensated coaches to do you money back there no I just said you know it yeah because these are two of the largest revenue football programs in the country I mean there are there to you count the others to compete with these two on one end at the way it is these are big boys playing football any other interesting storyline an Alabama assistant last year named Josh status is now we have is the coordinator where you are yeah there's a personal story involved in that one and I know judge Janice wants to put his best foot forward here in this game against an Alabama defense with pretty tough yes and you know they're a bit banged up and there defensively but this is still an Alabama roster when you sit and study it if you don't come away impressed with the depth and the quality of their football players you don't know anything about football as we go forward we will get into the quality and the death to talk about those Alabama football players that are off the charts got all of them five star recruit some I'm extremely fast some of a big and fast this is the tale of the body but so is Michigan and Michigan looks at this is a great challenge in this series they've played four times they have split those four games this is the fifth meeting the rubber match between Michigan and Alabama don't go away for the next hour Doug Carson John Jensen will take you through more pregame activities a little later on I'll have my conversation with Jim Harbaugh as we get ready for the kickoff of Michigan versus.

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