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"And I'm just humbled beyond belief to be a small part of that was Brian McConnell, speaking with his wife, Nora in Atlanta, and their interview is archived with the rest of the story Core collection. At the U. S. Library of Congress. You're listening to weekend edition. From NPR news. Olivia's presidential election is tomorrow on the atmosphere surrounding it may sound familiar fears of voter fraud, worries about violence and a deeply polarized country. As NPR's Philip Reefs reports. Lender. Yannis is getting ready for Bolivia's election day in the same way you prepare for an earthquake. She's stocking up. Ah, Rose can tell their soul guard. She says. She's bought lots of rice and sugar and plans to slaughter a cow to feed her three kids in case the shops ran out of meat. Yannis is in Bolivia's capital, La Paz. Talking to NPR from a gas station. She's lining up to buy emergency fuel supplies. Just in case there's violence and everything shuts down. People are desperate, says Yannis. They don't know what might happen in the next few days. Bolivians go to the polls tomorrow amid an unprecedented crisis, the pandemics causing havoc so our politics in my three decades of writing and studied Bolivia, I have never seen it. This polarized. Eduardo Gamarra is professor of politics at Florida International University in Miami. He's from Bolivia and believes the countries at a crossroads, its really going through a major transition to either a more stable Bolivia or an incredibly incredible Unstable set of years to come tomorrow says if the first round is tight, and there are allegations of fraud, it could be very dangerous, very, very dangerous because it's in fact, a repetition of last year's scenario he's talking about last November. That's when evil Morales was driven from power after 14 years. Morales was Bolivia's first indigenous president, a Socialist admired by leftists worldwide. He stepped down amid mass protests triggered by US supported allegations that he rigged last year's election. Morales was replaced by an unelected interim president, Jenny Anya's Ah, hardline conservative Christian Morale is his supporters took to the streets, accusing her of a coup. Anya's crackdown. 23 people were killed after government security forces fired.

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Bolivia Prepares For Its Long-Awaited Presidential Election

"Olivia's presidential election is tomorrow on the atmosphere surrounding it may sound familiar fears of voter fraud, worries about violence and a deeply polarized country. As NPR's Philip Reefs reports. Lender. Yannis is getting ready for Bolivia's election day in the same way you prepare for an earthquake. She's stocking up. Ah, Rose can tell their soul guard. She says. She's bought lots of rice and sugar and plans to slaughter a cow to feed her three kids in case the shops ran out of meat. Yannis is in Bolivia's capital, La Paz. Talking to NPR from a gas station. She's lining up to buy emergency fuel supplies. Just in case there's violence and everything shuts down. People are desperate, says Yannis. They don't know what might happen in the next few days. Bolivians go to the polls tomorrow amid an unprecedented crisis, the pandemics causing havoc so our politics in my three decades of writing and studied Bolivia, I have never seen it. This polarized. Eduardo Gamarra is professor of politics at Florida International University in Miami. He's from Bolivia and believes the countries at a crossroads, its really going through a major transition to either a more stable Bolivia or an incredibly incredible Unstable set of years to come tomorrow says if the first round is tight, and there are allegations of fraud, it could be very dangerous, very, very dangerous because it's in fact, a repetition of last year's scenario he's talking about last November. That's when evil Morales was driven from power after 14 years. Morales was Bolivia's first indigenous president, a Socialist admired by leftists worldwide. He stepped down amid mass protests triggered by US supported allegations that he rigged last year's election. Morales was replaced by an unelected interim president, Jenny Anya's Ah, hardline conservative Christian Morale is his supporters took to the streets, accusing her of a coup. Anya's crackdown. 23 people were killed after government security forces

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04:16 min | 6 months ago

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"The latest in two months of nightly protests after the police killing of George Floyd. Last evening, A federal judge denied a request by Oregon's attorney general to restrict the actions of federal police. The first official hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic season is heading toward the coast of Texas. ABC meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Corpus Christi was coming down here in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Hannah is now a hurricane lesson 100 miles off the coast. Making landfall later on today. South Texas is bracing for storm surge and power outages. Public service is honoring civil rights activist and congressman John Lewis begin today in Troy, Alabama. Lewis was born there and destroyed public radio's Kyle Gass, it reports The civil rights leader saw attitudes about racism change over time. In 1956 when John Lewis was 16 years old. He applied for a library card at the Troy public Library. And was turned down because he was black. Later, In a 2009 interview on fresh Air, Lewis said he returned to the library to sign copies of his memoir walking with the Wind, and they gave me a library caught after the program was over in 2018. Lewis was also present when a historical marker and plaque and his honor was unveiled in front of the library. After the service in Troy Lewis's body will be taken to Selma, where he led protesters at the 1965 Bloody Sunday march for voting rights. Later, Louis will lie in state in Alabama's Capitol building in Montgomery. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass. It Spain's northeast region of Catalonia, has ordered shut all night clubs and dance halls as Corona virus cases there continue to rise across Spain there hundreds of new outbreak, says Lucy a. Benavidez reports. They've got that on government imposed a midnight curfew on all bars, restaurants and cafes for the cities hardest hit, including Barcelona. That's on top of measures already taken in the past week, like banning gatherings of more than 10 people and urging residents in Barcelona to stay home. While Spain saw significant decrease of cases thanks to a strict three months locked down that began mid March. There's been an uptick of cases since the state of emergency ended on June 21st. Authorities fear a second wave, They say a large number of infections are spreading through nighttime life, like parties and nightclubs. For NPR News. I'm Lucy A Bonneville is in Barcelona. This is NPR. Corona virus cases in the US now surpassed 4.1 million, according to Johns Hopkins University yesterday brought more than 72,000 new infections, according to the CDC. Florida alone is reporting more than 12,000 new infections. More than 145,000 people in the U. S have now died. Brazil's president says he no longer has Cove in 19 NPR's Philip Reeves reports Zheer balsa Naro made the announcement today on Twitter. When Bolson Otto said he'd caught the virus 2.5 weeks ago, few experts were surprised he'd repeatedly ignored social distancing rules appearing in public without a mask. Now. Both. Renato says he's tested negative without saying when that test took place, his tweet shows him triumphantly brandishing an anti malarial drug. Even though medical experts say there's no proof it's effective against Cove in 19 Bazile has more confirmed cases and deaths than any country except the US Yet even with the virus, both scenario played down the threat and called for Brazilians to get backto work. Philip Reefs NPR News Really Janeiro President Trump has signed for executive orders aimed at lowering prescription drug prices after he failed to get Congress to come up with a plan one allows some drugs to be imported from countries like Canada. Another would use lower international prices to pay for some Medicare drugs. But he says if a deal is made.

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06:43 min | 6 months ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on KCRW

"Ends when the truck crashes into a parked police car that has no one in it. The officers fired the driver. It's unclear whether that happens before or after he Rams into the police cruiser in the minutes afterwards, the officers talk amongst themselves God with the atmosphere there going charges. That's Garrett Ralph, the former Atlanta police officer. Now charged with murder in the fatal shooting of race hard Brooks. This incident happened in 2015 in the heat of national protests over the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Raw fired three of the five shots of the driver. He was hit in the back, causing one of his lungs to collapse. Oh, my God, now no. Now I see. Now I see why they only wanted to taste cardiac vehicle because when something like this happen Despite the national outcry over police accountability at the time, the wheels of justice in Atlanta moves slowly. The district attorney investigates all cases where police officers fired their guns. He kept the case open for nearly five years. It wasn't until this past February, the DEA cleared Roth and the other officers of wrongdoing. Judge Doris Downs presided over the case. She remembers it for another reason. The initial police report makes no reference to any officer firing a gun. I had never really sing anything like this case where the police report didn't even mention That any shots were fired, much less that the defendant was hit. In fact, the reason Judge Downs knew about the mission at all was because the suspect survived and wrote her a letter. He accused the Atlanta police Department of trying to cover up that the officers shot him. Michael O'Connor is a major with the Atlanta Police Department. He says the department's best detectives conducted a thorough investigation. It's very clearly in the file who shot how many times they shot why they shall all that's available. It's just not in the initial police report. He also says the Atlanta Police Department generally concludes its investigation into officers conduct. On ly after the district attorney makes a decision whether to charge them criminally a process that can drag on for years. At least until a few weeks ago, as protest over police abuse have rocked the nation. District attorney Howard moved quickly to prosecute Ralph and other officers for misconduct. Critics say it's a political gambit to win reelection. Howard didn't respond to repeated requests from NPR for comment. Here he is on CNN. The more important are significant. The case the Maura the accusation, wass that it was political This is nothing new. Uh, but we charged that based upon the facts, The Atlanta Police Department is also tackling misconduct with uncommon speed. It wasted no time firing Roth and other officers who repeatedly taste to college students in a separate incident. This shift is running up against decades of complicity, says John Wrapping. He's president of Gideon's Promise, which trains and supports public defenders around the country. Atlantis no different than every place in the country. There is a culture in our criminal legal system that prioritizes arrests and convictions over everything else. Wrapping says police continually pushed the line of acceptable behavior. And some prosecutors routinely bury evidence of misconduct. So we shouldn't be surprised when that culture leads to police violently attacking people in the streets and even killing people sometimes, But the culture is changing. Prosecutors in San Francisco, Boston and Philadelphia have launched commissions to hear from people who say they're victims of police abuse. And police departments are showing little leeway for officers who break the rules. The question is, will it last for NPR news? I'm Emily Green in Atlanta. The story was reported in collaboration with a PM reports. Brazil has more corona virus cases than any other country Except for the United States. It's Health Ministry says. 1.6 million people are now infected, and the question is, is the president, you're both so narrow among them? Here's NPR's Philip Reefs. When the pandemic began. Both Sonando called the virus a little flu. He accused the media off hysteria. He derided governors and mayors for urging everyone to stay home In April, Brazil's death toll reached 5000 He was asked for his reaction. So what says I'm sorry, but what do you want me to do about it? Since then covered, 19 has killed more than 65,000 Brazilians. Speculation that balsa nado has covered 19 has been going on for months. It started after he dined with his friend and ally President Trump in Florida in March. Multiple members of both scenarios delegation later tested positive. Wilson Arrow had three tests after that all negative, say officials. Yesterday he had another The Brazilian media says he has light symptoms of covert 19 including fever and a cough. His office says his test results will be released today. Both scenarios moderated his tone. Recently, he's paid homage to Brazil's victims in a Facebook broadcast with an accordionist seated behind him. Playing yet Bolson Otto is still pushing cities to re open even before the pandemics peaked in Brazil. He's also undermining social distancing. In the last few days, he's vetoed legislation making masks mandatory in schools, churches, businesses in prisons. On Saturday. He attended 1/4 of July lunch with US Ambassador Todd Chapman and released pictures afterwards. Neither man has shown wearing a mask. Nor are they two meters apart. Shaya Bolson Otto is 65. That means he's in the group most at risk. He once said he wouldn't worry if he catches the virus because of his history as an athlete. That boast may now be put to the test, Philip Breeze. NPR news This is NPR news. I'm Dr Michael Wilkes, professor of Medicine in L. A County Corona cases are climbing this past spring. We've shown how our behaviors flattened The curves will it's time again for us to pitch in wind around others. Please wear a mask. I know it's a bit uncomfortable,.

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05:34 min | 6 months ago

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"The driver of a stolen pickup chase ends when the truck crashes into a parked police car that has no one in it. The officers fired the driver. It's unclear whether that happens before or after he Rams into the police cruiser in the minutes afterwards, the officers talk amongst themselves God with the atmosphere there going charges. That's Garrett Trough, the former Atlanta police officer now charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Rashard Brooks. This incident happened in 2015. In the heat of national protests over the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Roth fired three of the five shots of the driver. He was hit in the back, causing one of his lungs to collapse. Oh, my God, now no. Now I see. Now I see why they only wanted to take cardiac vehicle because when something like this happen, despite the national outcry over police accountability at the time. The wheels of justice in Atlanta moves slowly. The district attorney investigates all cases where police officers fired their guns. He kept the case open for nearly five years. It wasn't until this past February, the DEA cleared Roth and the other officers of wrongdoing. Judge Doris Downs presided over the case. She remembers it for another reason. The initial police report makes no reference to any officer firing a gun. I have never really seen anything like this case where the police report didn't even mention That any shots were fired, much less that the defendant was hit. In fact, the reason Judge Downs knew about the mission at all was because the suspect survived and wrote her a letter. He accused the Atlanta police Department of trying to cover up that the officers shot him. Michael O'Connor is a major with the Atlanta Police Department. He says the department's best detectives conducted a thorough investigation is very clearly in the files whose shot how many times I shot while they shall all that's available. It's just not in the initial police report. He also says the Atlanta Police Department generally concludes its investigation into officers conduct. Only after the district attorney makes a decision whether to charge them criminally a process that can drag on for years. At least until a few weeks ago, as protest over police abuse have rocked the nation. District attorney Howard moved quickly to prosecute Ralph and other officers for misconduct. Critics say it's a political gambit to win reelection. Howard didn't respond to repeated requests from NPR for comment. Here. He is on CNN. The more important or significant the case, the Maura the accusation Wass that it was political This is nothing new, But we charged that based upon the facts, the Atlanta Police Department is also tackling misconduct with uncommon speed. It wasted no time firing Roth and other officers who repeatedly taste to college students in a separate incident. This shift is running up against decades of complicity, says John Wrapping. He's president of Gideon's Promise which trains and supports public defenders around the country. But land is no different than every place in the country. There is a culture in our criminal legal system that prioritizes arrests and convictions over everything else. Wrapping says police continually pushed the line of acceptable behavior, and some prosecutors routinely bury evidence of misconduct. So we shouldn't be surprised when that culture leads to police violently attacking people in the streets and even killing people sometimes, But the culture is changing Prosecutors in San Francisco, Boston and Philadelphia Have launched commissions to hear from people who say they're victims of police abuse and police departments are showing little leeway for officers who break the rules. The question is, will it last For NPR News. I'm Emily Green in Atlanta. This story was reported in collaboration with a PM reports. Brazil has more corona virus cases than any other country Except for the United States. It's Health Ministry says. 1.6 million people are now infected, and the question is, is the president, you're both so narrow among them? Here's NPR's Philip Reefs. When the pandemic began. Bolson Otto called the virus a little flu. He accused the media of hysteria. He derided governors and mayors for urging everyone to stay home. In April, Brazil's death toll reached 5000 he was asked for his reaction. So what says I'm sorry, but what do you want me to do about it? Since then covered, 19 has killed more than 65,000 Brazilians. Speculation that ball scenario has covered 19 has been going on for months. It started after he dined with his friend and ally President Trump in Florida in March. Multiple members of both scenarios. Delegation later tested positive. Renato had three tests. After that all negative, say officials Yesterday he had another The Brazilian media says he has light symptoms of covert 19 including fever and a cough. His office says his test results will be released today. Both scenarios moderated his tone reason he's paid homage to Brazil's victims in a Facebook broadcast with an accordionist. Seated behind him playing yet.

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06:45 min | 6 months ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on KCRW

"Through stop signs chasing the driver of a stolen pickup. Chase ends when the truck crashes into a parked police car that has no one in it. The officers fired the driver. It's unclear whether that happens before or after he Rams into the police cruiser in the minutes afterwards, the officers talk amongst themselves God with the atmosphere there going charges. That's Garrett Ralph, the former Atlanta police officer. Now charged with murder in the fatal shooting of race hard Brooks. This incident happened in 2015 in the heat of national protests over the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Raw fired three of the five shots of the driver. He was hit in the back, causing one of his lungs to collapse. Oh, my God, now no. Now I see. Now I see why they only wanted to chase cardiac vehicle. When something like this happen despite the national outcry over police accountability at the time, the wheels of justice in Atlanta moves slowly. The district attorney investigates all cases where police officers fired their guns. He kept the case open for nearly five years. It wasn't until this past February, the DEA cleared Roth and the other officers of wrongdoing. Judge Doris Downs presided over the case. She remembers it for another reason. The initial police report makes no reference to any officer firing a gun. I had never really seen anything like this case where the police report didn't even mention That any shots were fired, much less that the defendant was hit. In fact, the reason Judge Downs knew about the mission at all was because the suspect survived and wrote her a letter. He accused the Atlanta police Department of trying to cover up that the officers shot him. Michael O'Connor is a major with the Atlanta Police Department. He says the department's best detectives conducted a thorough investigation. It's very clearly in the file who shot how many times I shot why they shall all that's available. It's just not in the initial police report. He also says the Atlanta Police Department generally concludes its investigation into officers conduct. On ly after the district attorney makes a decision whether to charge them criminally a process that can drag on for years. At least until a few weeks ago, as protest over police abuse have rocked the nation. District attorney Howard moved quickly to prosecute Ralph and other officers for misconduct. Critics say it's a political gambit to win reelection. Howard didn't respond to repeated requests from NPR for comment. Here. He is on CNN. The more important or significant the case, the Maura the accusation Wass that it was political This is nothing new, But we charged that based upon the facts, the Atlanta Police Department is also tackling misconduct with uncommon speed. It wasted no time firing Roth and other officers who repeatedly taste to college students in a separate incident. This shift is running up against decades of complicity, says John Wrapping. He's president of Gideon's Promise which trains and supports public defenders around the country. Atlantis no different than every place in the country. There is a culture in our criminal legal system. That prioritizes arrests and convictions over everything else. Wrapping says police continually pushed the line of acceptable behavior, and some prosecutors routinely bury evidence of misconduct. So we shouldn't be surprised when that culture leads to police violently attacking people in the streets and even killing people sometimes, but the culture is changing. Prosecutors in San Francisco, Boston and Philadelphia have launched commissions to hear from people who say they're victims of police abuse and police departments are showing little leeway for officers who break the rules. The question is, Will it last for NPR news? I'm Emily Green in Atlanta. The story was reported in collaboration with a PM reports. Brazil has more corona virus cases than any other country Except for the United States. It's Health Ministry says. 1.6 million people are now infected, and the question is, is the president, you're both so narrow among them? Here's NPR's Philip Reefs. When the pandemic began. Both Sonando called the virus a little flu. He accused the media off hysteria. He derided governors and mayors for urging everyone to stay home In April, Brazil's death toll reached 5000 He was asked for his reaction now get so what he says. I'm sorry, but what do you want me to do about it? Since then covered, 19 has killed more than 65,000 Brazilians. Speculation that balsa nado has covered 19 has been going on for months. It started after he dined with his friend and ally President Trump in Florida in March. Multiple members of both scenarios. Delegation later tested positive. Both Sonata had three tests after that all negative, say officials. Yesterday he had another The Brazilian media says he has light symptoms of covert 19 including fever and a cough. His office says his test results will be released today. Both scenarios moderated his tone. Recently, he's paid homage to Brazil's victims in a Facebook broadcast with an accordionist seated behind him. Playing yet Bolson Otto is still pushing cities to re open even before the pandemics peaked in Brazil. He's also undermining social distancing. In the last few days, he's vetoed legislation making masks mandatory in schools, churches, businesses in prisons. On Saturday. He attended 1/4 of July lunch with US Ambassador Todd Chapman and released pictures afterwards. Neither man has shown wearing a mask. Nor are they two meters apart. Show Bolson Otto is 65. That means he's in the group most at risk. He once said he wouldn't worry if he catches the virus because of his history as an athlete. That boast may now be put to the test, Philip Breeze. NPR news This is NPR news. Today on press play operation Warp Speed sounds like something out of Star Trek. It's the government's covert vaccine project will work Or is it boldly going nowhere? The idea that we will be able to turn things.

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05:38 min | 6 months ago

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"Raced through Atlanta barreling through stop signs chasing the driver of a stolen pickup chase ends when the truck crashes into a parked police car that has no one in it. The officers fired the driver. It's unclear whether that happened before or after he Rams into the police cruiser in the minutes afterwards, the officers talk amongst themselves, Honey God with the atmosphere, they're gonna charge us. That's Garrett Ralph, the former Atlanta police officer now charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Rashard Brooks. This incident happened in 2015 in the heat of national protests over the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Roth fired three of the five shots of the driver. He was hit in the back, causing one of his lungs to collapse. Oh, my God, now no. Now I see. Now I see why they only wanted to taste cardiac vehicle. Because when something like this happen, despite the national outcry over police accountability at the time, the wheels of justice in Atlanta moves slowly. The district attorney investigates all cases where police officers fired their guns. He kept the case open for nearly five years. It wasn't until this past February, the DEA cleared Roth and the other officers of wrongdoing. Judge Doris Downs presided over the case. She remembers it for another reason. The initial police report makes no reference to any officer firing a gun. I had never really seen anything like this case where the police report didn't even mention That any shots were fired, much less that the defendant was hit. In fact, the reason Judge Downs knew about the mission at all was because of suspect survived and wrote her a letter. He accused the Atlanta police Department of trying to cover up that the officers shot him. Michael O'Connor is a major with the Atlanta Police Department. He says the department's best detectives conducted a thorough investigation. It's very clearly in the file who shot at many times they shot why they shot all that's available. It's just not in the initial police report. He also says the Atlanta Police Department generally concludes its investigation into officers conduct on Lee after the district attorney makes a decision whether to charge them criminally. A process that can drag on for years, at least until a few weeks ago, as protest over police abuse have rocked the nation. District attorney Howard moved quickly to prosecute Ralph and other officers from misconduct. Critics say it's a political gambit to win reelection. Howard didn't respond to repeated requests from NPR for comment. Here he is on CNN. The more important are significant. The case the Maura the accusation, wass that it was political This is nothing new, but we charged that based on the facts, the Atlanta Police Department is also tackling misconduct with uncommon speed. It wasted no time firing Roth and other officers who repeatedly taste to college students in a separate incident. This shift is running up against decades of complicity, says John Wrapping. He's president of Gideon's Promise which trains and supports public defenders around the country, But land is no different than every place in the country. There is a culture in our criminal legal system that prioritizes arrests and convictions over everything else. Wrapping says police continually pushed the line of acceptable behavior. And some prosecutors routinely bury evidence of misconduct. So we shouldn't be surprised when that culture leads to police violently attacking people in the streets and even killing people sometimes, But the culture is changing. Prosecutors in San Francisco, Boston and Philadelphia have launched commissions to hear from people who say they're victims of police abuse. And police departments are showing little leeway for officers who break the rules. The question is, Will it last for NPR news? I'm Emily Green in Atlanta. The story was reported in collaboration with a PM reports. Brazil has more corona virus cases than any other country except for the United States. It's Health Ministry says. 1.6 million people are now infected, and the question is, is the president, you're both so narrow among them. Here's NPR's Philip Reefs When the pandemic began, both Genaro called the virus a little flu. He accused the media. Of hysteria. He derided governors and mayors for urging everyone to stay home. In April, Brazil's death toll reached 5000 He was asked for his reaction. Forgive. So what? I'm sorry, but what do you want me to do about it? Since then covered, 19 has killed more than 65,000 Brazilians. Speculation that Bolson Arrow has covered 19 has been going on for months. It started after he dined with his friend and ally President Trump in Florida in March. Multiple members of both scenarios delegation later tested positive. Coulson Arrow had three tests after that all negative, say officials. Yesterday he had another The Brazilian media says he has light symptoms of covert 19 including fever and a cough. His office says his test results will be released today. Both scenarios moderated his tone reason. He's paid homage to Brazil's victims in a Facebook broadcast with an accordionist seated behind him playing yet.

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05:16 min | 6 months ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A parked police car that has no one in it. The officers fired the driver. It's unclear whether that happens before or after he Rams into the police cruiser in the minutes afterwards, the officers talk amongst themselves. God with the atmosphere, they're gonna charge us. That's Garrett Ralph, the former Atlanta police officer now charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Rashard Brooks. This incident happened in 2015. In the heat of national protests over the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Roth fired three of the five shots of the driver. He was hit in the back, causing one of his lungs to collapse. Oh, my God, now no. Now I see. Now I see why they don't want us to take cardiac vehicle because when something like this happened, despite the national outcry over police accountability at the time. The wheels of justice in Atlanta moves slowly. The district attorney investigates all cases where police officers fired their guns. He kept the case open for nearly five years. It wasn't until this past February, the DEA cleared Ralph and the other officers of wrongdoing. Judge Doris Downs presided over the case. She remembers it for another reason. The initial police report makes no reference to any officer firing a gun. I have never really seen anything like this case where the police report didn't even mention That any shots were fired, much less that the defendant was hit. In fact, the reason judge Downs knew about the mission at all was because the suspect survived and wrote her a letter. He accused the Atlanta police Department of trying to cover up that the officers shot him. Michael O'Connor is a major with the Atlanta Police Department. He says the department's best detectives conducted a thorough investigation is very clearly in the file who shot how many times they shot why they shot all that's available. It's just not in the initial police report. He also says the Atlanta Police Department generally concludes its investigation into officers conduct on Lee after the district attorney makes a decision whether to charge him criminally. A process that can drag on for years. At least until a few weeks ago, as protest over police abuse have rocked the nation. District attorney Howard moved quickly to prosecute Ralph and other officers for misconduct. Critics say it's a political gambit to win reelection. Howard didn't respond to repeated requests from NPR for comment. Here he is on CNN. The more important are significant. The case the Maura the accusation, wass that it was political. This is nothing new, but we charged it based on the facts. The Atlanta Police Department is also tackling misconduct with uncommon speed. Get wasted no time firing Roth and other officers who repeatedly taste to college students in a separate incident. This shift is running up against decades of complicity, says John Wrapping. He's president of Gideon's Promise, which trains and supports public defenders around the country. Atlantis no different than every place in the country. There is a culture in our criminal legal system that prioritizes arrests and convictions over everything else. Wrapping says police continually pushed the line of acceptable behavior, and some prosecutors routinely bury evidence of misconduct. So we shouldn't be surprised when that culture leads to police violently attacking people in the streets and even killing people sometimes, But the culture is changing Prosecutors in San Francisco, Boston and Philadelphia Have launched commissions to hear from people who say they're victims of police abuse and police departments are showing little leeway for officers who break the rules. The question is, will it last For NPR News. I'm Emily Green in Atlanta. The story was reported in collaboration with a PM reports. Brazil has more corona virus cases than any other country except for the United States. It's Health Ministry says. 1.6 million people are now infected, and the question is, is the president, you're both so narrow among them. Here's NPR's Philip Reefs When the pandemic began, both Sonando called the virus a little flu. He accused the media. Of hysteria. He derided governors and mayors for urging everyone to stay home. In April, Brazil's death toll reached 5000 he was asked for his reaction. So what says I'm sorry, but what do you want me to do about it? Since then covered, 19 has killed more than 65,000 Brazilians. Speculation that both scenario has covered 19 has been going on for months. It started after he dined with his friend and ally, President Trump in Florida in March. Multiple members of both scenarios. Delegation later tested positive. Donato had three tests. After that all negative, say officials Yesterday he had another The Brazilian media says he has light symptoms of covert 19 including fever and a cough. His office says his test results will be released today. Both scenarios moderated his tone reason he's.

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04:29 min | 1 year ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on KCRW

"Ambassador Holton into court we're not gonna know follow a rope a dope strategy where we have to wait months or even years to have people come and we have enough evidence here now and we will just concluded people are not going to come in because the president tells him not to come in the president does not think that those individuals can help and acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is also expected to skip his testimony tomorrow former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is once again considering a run for the White House is expected to file for the democratic primary in Alabama according to The New York Times the deadline to file in that state is tomorrow earlier this year Bloomberg said he wouldn't run Chile's president wants tougher punishments for what he calls rioters taking part in mass protests over in a quality and the cost of living the unrest started nearly three weeks ago as in pairs Philip reefs reports president Sebastian Pinera is under growing pressure to end this wave of protests most of the protesters were peaceful some have torch metro stations and businesses looted many shops and attacked police yet as sending a batch of measures to Chile's Congress proposing tougher penalties foster prosecutions and improvements to police intelligence operations including more aerial surveillance he wants to crackdown on protesters who wear masks well used barricades to block traffic yeah this critics predict the new measures will only lead to more violence chase police and army already facing numerous allegations of serious human rights abuses against protesters but Reeves and beyond use stocks rallied today on reports from China of a tentative agreement to roll back some terrorists as part of a mini trade deal with the U. S. and here's got Horsley reports there's still no word though on when Sucher agreement might be signed China's commerce ministry says the two countries have mutually agreed to some reduction in terrace as part of a phase one trade deal but a ministry spokesman offered no specifics and there's been no formal announcement from the US trade representative any hint of a fall in trade relations is enough to boost stocks however Myron billion to the US chamber of commerce says he's cautiously optimistic board on both sides some examination the may are tired after all we do see terrorists is also helpful for American business American consumers and American armored to a trade with China took a multi billion dollar hit in September when a new round of terrorist went into effect Scott Horsley NPR news Washington and Wall Street was hired by the close the Dow up one hundred eighty two points the nasdaq up twenty three the S. and P. five hundred update you're listening to NPR news from Washington and this is KCRW news on a Thursday November seventh Larry Pareil here's what's happening it for for the democratic presidential candidates have made it clear they want to roll back most of president trump's immigration agenda now senator Bernie Sanders is taking it a step further and laying out his own immigration policy proposal it would demilitarize the border allow undocumented immigrants who've been in the US for five years to stay and create what it calls a swift pathway to citizenship would also break up immigration and customs enforcement and split responsibilities between the justice and state departments Valensi son is Latino press secretary for the Sanders campaign he says under this plan border enforcement would focus on criminal activities like drug trafficking diet is not what the mission of these agencies has been right now it's been to stop everyone centers has been criticized for voting against comprehensive immigration reform in the Senate in two thousand seven so is this a change of course for him see some so the reason why he voted against that bill is that it would have on regulated the workers V. says so it would have been at the expense of of immigrant workers you can hear more about Bernie Sanders immigration reform plan tomorrow on morning edition right here on key C. R. W. Airbnb says it will take the sweeping step to verify more than seven million homes to protect the integrity of renting on their site a comes after reports of scams rental listings in a deadly whole wheat shooting inside a bay area mansion rented through the San Francisco based company site your KCRW's to run Campbell in a company email released to the public C. E. O. Brian Chesky said the verification is needed to restore trust with their customers last week vice news revealed a network of undetected phony listings on the Airbnb website then on Halloween five people died in a shooting at a.

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"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News benny brady see country songwriter margo price brings her guitar employees some old and new songs she has a new album called all american made join us and that fresh air program of course this afternoon at one and again this evening at seven next time on the world using virtual reality to help people face our enemies like soldiers in a combat zone we put on the goggles i turn around and see the combatants london to the rim i can tell they're not real it's unsettling using virtual reality to get israelis and palestinians to see each other that's on the world the world air is at to this afternoon i'm g what her on the next newshour look at how solar technology is helping improve the lives of kenyans who live off the grid that's wednesday on the pbs newshour the program begins if three at his followed by marketplace at fort boy dowsett says current corporate taxes will wind up giving workers apparel is at least one ceo figures he's way ahead of you we've already raised people's wages to fifteen dollars an hour about how his two or three years ago because i just thought pay more money get better people i'm car rozelle all states in the corner office next time on marketplace slim this is all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro and i merely he'll several countries are helping with the search for a missing argentine submarine but concerns about the fate of the crew are growing officials worry the vessels oxygen supply is running short and peers philip reefs has more the submarine the sent one has now been missing for nearly a week planes and ships searching the ocean have found nothing but disappointment today there were more of these porno he says i do now is so nobody's up allied arrived he was spotted in the water explained the argentine navy spokesman captain and badly it turned out to be empty and from another ship a plane also reported seeing white flares bobby says.

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"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Deputy attorney general and the attorney general jeff sessions is truly recused i would like to know more about what he saw in that respect and i think that will come up at the hearing today very clear carry what do you make of another new story donald trump jr has now affirmed that he communicated as reported by the atlantic he communicated with wikileaks during the campaign they were offering advice and trump a number of times seem to take the advice well trump jr has said he exchanged a small number of messages direct messages with wikileaks but another data point here about contacts regarding a emails during last year's campaign in after since wikileaks according to the intelligence community did get information and share it with people overseas with respect to hillary clinton and democrat he may not argus this week group emphasized this is related to the larger story because according to us intelligence officials wikileaks has cooperated or has contacts with russia which us intelligence agencies do not like it all absolutely one more point for these investigations in the congress and the special counsel to perceive so much to follow and impure justice correspondent jerry johnson is following a carry thanks very much my pleasure let's hear the story now of a politician once seen as one of the world's most powerful women christy china fernandez to kirschner served two terms as the president of argentina now she is out of power and she's fighting to stay out of prison is in pierce philip reefs christina kushner can still pull a crowd these people are apps aydin courthouse him when his eyes cheering her own cash has come for the latest hearing in a highly contentious case it's to do with the worst terrorist attack in argentina's history a bombing at a jewish community center 1994 that killed eighty five people kushner's accused of covering up iran's alleged involvement in that attack in return for trade deals bush now emerges from the courthouse and delivers her take on the accusation against will get a nice little but act it's an absurd date i think the judicial he's trying to persecute me she says this particular case is one episode in.

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"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Scales with respect to indian i trust deal involving its parent john warner news said kansas supposed to be recused is he refused from this discussion about whether to go after hillary clinton the letter from the justice department to congressional republicans last night steve said that these senior federal prosecutors evaluating clinton related allegations we'll be reporting to the deputy attorney general and the attorney general jeff sessions is truly recused i would like to know more about what he's doing in that respect and i think that will come up here in did act very briefly carry what do you make of another news story donald trump jr has now affirmed that he communicated as reported by the atlantic he communicated with wikileaks during the campaign they were offering advice and trump a number of times seemed to take the advice well trump jr has said he exchanged a small number of messages made wikileaks but another data point here about contacts are regarding sales during last year's campaign in after since wikileaks according to the intelligence community did get information and share it with people overseas with respect to hillary clinton and democrat he melts largest this emphasize this is related to the larger story because according to us intelligence officials wikileaks has cooperated has contacts with russia which us intelligence agencies do not take it all absolutely one more point for it on these investigations in the congress and the special to pursue so much to follow and obure justice correspondent karagiannis following a carry thanks very much my pleasure let's hear the story now of a politician once seen as one of the world's most powerful women christina fernandez to kirschner served two terms as the president of argentina now she is out of power and she's fighting to stay out of prison is in pierce philip reefs christina kushner can still pull a crowd these people are apps aydin courthouse in buenos his cheering her own cash has come for the latest hearing in a highly contentious case it's with the worst terrorist attack in argentina's history a bombing at a jewish community center 1994 that killed eighty five people carr's accused of covering up iran's alleged involvement in that attack in return for trade deals commissioner emerges from the courthouse and delivers her take on the.

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"philip reefs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This election just means the crisis continues philip reefs and come use in pakistan the man set to replace the dip posed prime minister nawaz sharif has just submitted his nomination papers paving the way for him to take the country's top job npr's dod had reports from islamabad it was the next phase in a political drama that has roiled pakistan shall had kinda bossy handed his nomination papers over to the speaker of the i shall assembly and from there it will be forwarded to the election commission attacks on the lower house of parliament the national assembly is meant to approve the nomination tomorrow the deposed prime minister sharif tatau dossier to take over his position but only for awhile sharief ultimately wants his brother shahbaz has to take over pakistan's top civilian job sharief was dismissed from his position by the supreme court on friday after a corruption scandal surrounding his family's finances the sharief's the one of pakistan's most powerful political families do you had to aid npr news islamabad a car ecsc floated in kabul afghanistan today officials say the suicide attack that attack targeted the iraqi embassy it allowed gunman to enter the building in battles security forces for hours islamic state has claimed responsibility this is npr news from washington and this is morning edition on wnyc in new york at eight although four good morning i'm kerry nolan it's a typical monday commute riders on.

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"philip reefs" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Philadelphia officials say the city is complying with the law and does not hold unauthorized immigrants beyond their release states without a warrant activists say they plan to demonstrate in support of philadelphia sanctuary policies for npr news i'm katie culinary a nationwide strike brought much venezuela to a standstill thursday as thousands of people to the streets there were reports of sporadic violence and another march is being called for tomorrow and peers filip reeves reports it's all because the president's plan to change the constitution opposition leaders in venezuela a characterizing the strike a success in the capital caracas many streets were deserted thousands of businesses closed the with sporadic clashes between protesters and the security services in the televised speech president nicolas with bhutto said the strike had a minimal impact but also vowed to jail some of the overdoses the strike is about pressuring widow to abandon a plan to establish a constituent assembly that were rewrite the constitution and his opponents say move venezuela further towards dictatorship international pressure is also growing on madonna to cancel elections for that assembly which had you at the end of the month put philip reefs npr news at least two people are dead hundreds injured after a magnitude six point seven earthquake hit the greek island of costs officials say they were killed at a bar in a building the came crashing down on the tourists asian markets were lower by the closing bell the nikkei in japan down about two tenths of a percent us futures contracts oslo trading lower at last check this is npr.

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"philip reefs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Press he's the host of the radio program detroit today thanks so much for joining us thanks for having me well here listening to npr news people in venezuela are voting in a referendum today it's largely symbolic yet it is about an issue of crucial importance to the country which has seen almost daily antigovernment protests over the past three and a half months in which nearly one hundred people have been killed and at least one person has reportedly been killed during the voting today we're joined on the line now by npr our south america correspondent philip reefs thanks for joining us philip you're welcome so what is this referendum four and does it have any actual legal force any binding any binding impact no it doesn't have any legal force and indeed the government is describing it as that illegal and relevant is the world's using its being organiz five venezuela well as opposition parties and it's about president nicolas doodles plan to establish a constituent assembly to rewrite the constitution the country the opposition believes that it'll be one further step towards a oneparty state will consolidate his moves to make venezuela into a dictatorship that worried the new constitution might mean the abolition of parliament which they control the supreme court which is controlled by the government has rendered parliament palace the longtime now they're worried it could lead to the end of state governments and to the abolition of the office of the chief prosecutor who's the strongest opponent of the government of madonna show at this time within the establishment so so if it's largely symbolic what what is it meant to accomplish well it puts a lot of pressure on on mejuto and it comes two weeks ahead of the elections fully constituent assembly they believe that the elections are rigged in such a way as to ensure that that body will be a the entirely pro government body and this has the effect of attempting to undermine the credibility of that constituent assembly and the elections for it adam also drawing international attention to the causing venezuela of the opposition parties who have been fighting this issue for more than three months now on the streets almost every day with the loss of life and many injuries and hundreds of people lining up in jail what are you hearing about the.

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"philip reefs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Turnout on hearing from caracas that its gates good the opposition printed 14 million ballot papers but noone expects those will be filled in but i'm hearing that there is a high turnout people are going out to vote parks churches in hundreds of other places when they set up these symbolic voting booths and it's not just happening in venezuela is also happening in nearly eighty other countries including where i am brazil where expatriate venezuelans are being given the opportunity to take part in this process so what happens next what happens next is that that will count the votes they talking about having the numbers out by as soon as tonight and then they will clearly present these to the world as an example that most venezuelans do not want this new constituent assembly and it's another step in their attempts to pressure the government and to stop it from going in what they portray as a march towards a dictatorship and to try to preserve their democratic rights in that country that's npr's of south america correspondent philip reefs reached hibbitt rio thanks fellow you're welcome hi there i'm rachel martin being a reporter can be tough pulling at a microphone and asking someone to trust you enough to tell you their story makes it easier now when i get to say i'm with npr something changes in their face they relax maybe even smile and i realize my job just got easier because.

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"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Own fraud destiny as europeans and that's what i want to do together with you speaking there through a bbc interpreter during the g seven meeting president trump declined to endorse the paris treaty to combat climate change a large crowd gathered in rio de janeiro calling for the resignation of brazil's president over corruption scandal and fierce philip reefs reports many thousands gathered here on conflict ivanovich this place worldwide as a playground for sunseekers but right now it's mixing pleasure with a large dose of politics he organizers say this event to call for an end to the deeply unpopular government of president michel tama some of those best known resistance performing to a crowd spring chomping ten taylor out the president's been under intense pressure to resign recording a most in which he allegedly owed endorsing bribery brazil's attorney general accused them of corruption obstructing justice attempts ratings are in single figures support in congress is frame many political analysts here believe his days in office a number deliveries npr news coverage on a beach british nato democrats have announced their forming their own commission to counter a trump administration panel that's been set up to study voter fraud press called the white house panel a sham saying it could be used to justify new voting restrictions and pierce pam festival reports the democratic national committee says it's setting up its own panel to quote discredit the president's advisory commission on election integrity that commission was appointed by president trump after he alleged without providing evidence that up to five million people voted illegally in november the white house says it's commission will follow the facts where they lead and that it will be a bipartisan effort although it's being led by two republicans vice president mike pence and kansas secretary of state chris kulbok democrats say they're commission made up of democratic lawmakers and state officials will expose any efforts to suppress the vote pam faster npr news washington south korea's as north korea's fired an unidentified projectile drawing reaction from japan a japanese government spokesman is strongly condemning the launches calling it a clear violation of un resolutions and saying it puts airplanes and ships at risk south korea's president is holding a national security meeting now the white house says the president has been briefed this is npr news japanese.

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"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"philip reefs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From npr news i'm david greene stevens gave good morning this is a day to focus on the contradictions of venezuela it's an oil rich country where it can be hard to find toilet paper a country filled with middle class people who've lately suffered shortages of food a country where people who in the past took advantage of widespread plastic surgery and now have trouble finding medicine it's a democratic country becoming much less so under the socialist president nicholas material and today is a day that many venezuelan plan to protest and as philip reefs has been reporting from caracas he's on the line i feel hi what's been like to move around venezuela left few days well it's not easy not least because they're all out in the countryside particularly about autos roadblocks each seeing the police out there you see the national guard out there but the overall impression see this one of of of a studies battle in the rich part of town list lewis that under listlessness that settles on a city that's it yep got a broken economy and if you go to the barriers took the people that you encounter people who are really really struggling the poll become very poor and so they will tell you that they're only getting what mailed to meals a day on the food at against often extremely basic theme cut melcan available and some of them on a few of them starting to grow their untouchables another issue because you've got to protect the vegetables from other people come along and steel them so people are working strategies in some pisces which you really particularly hard hit talking empty but in some places that were now strategies to survive and falling back on their own basic resources eight and the economy do that flip anymore and there are people now working on strategies.

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