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Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough
"Movement to limit the no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Rianna Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? As legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. I was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that. No. Three times he starts warning. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing hitting the door wants saying officers than using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired. Got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers. And that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night. But outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR NEWS.
"rianna taylor" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Shooting of Rianna Taylor is now speaking out, Sergeant John Mattingly, telling ABC News. The shooting is not like the case of George, Florida, Minneapolis or Or other incidents highlighted by the Black lives matter Movement, and it was not in his words a race thing. I'm not going to sit here and act like playing the big victim card, but I mean, I was a victim in this as well. Our family has been a victim in this. They have had to go in hiding. They have had death threats. When somebody sits back from their mansion, accuses somebody They don't know of being a racist and being a dirty cop being a murderer. When that's not the case that that does affect you, he says. The officers returned fire after one shot was laid off at them. Meanwhile, one of the grand jurors in the case is saying that the Kentucky attorney general never gave them homicide charges to consider and says the panel did not think the shooting was justified. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the country is still looking into what caused diplomats and CIA officers in China and Cuba to becomes mysteriously. Il Pompeo, speaking at a news briefing pushing back against the New York Times report that the Trump administration failed to protect government workers, he says an analysis has not yet been completed. No politics attached to this the suggestion some hours that We didn't protect our officers because of some larger political objective that is patently false. Patently. It's patently false, clearly false unambiguously false. Dozens of staff in Cuba and China reported symptoms including hearing loss, ear ringing vertigo and fatigue Back in 2017 and 2018. 10 39 on K next President Trump addressed to addressed his awkward walk out with CBS News correspondent Lesley Stall at last night's campaign rally in Pennsylvania. The incident happened during the taping of 60 Minutes interview and President Trump called the interview biased and fake, threatening to release the interview. Before it airs have to watch what we do to 60.
Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Madonna & Oprah Make Forbes' Richest Self-Made Women List
"List of America's richest self made women, and there are plenty of non entertainment folks, but it should not shock you that Rianna Taylor, Swift and Madonna are among them. And yes, Oprah is the top celebrity in the mix with a net worth of 2.6. Of a billion dollars. Lady
Mike Pence and Kamala Harris face off in first and only vice presidential debate
"And Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris addressed their plans on economic recovery late Wednesday in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was the first and only vice presidential debate ahead of the November 3rd presidential election. Harris said. The Biden Harris administration, if elected, will cut taxes for the wealthy and reinvest funds into the American people. Pence responded by reassuring the American people that the president is fighting for American jobs. Khun Workers both covered the Corona virus Race in America, the Rianna Taylor case, the Supreme Court, among other issues, You can watch the debate in its entirety at news nation now dot com. U S
"rianna taylor" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Of our discussion. Prayer has got to be a part of this. And yes, discussion is a good thing to have on both sides. Whether you agree with the other side or not discussion without violence is necessary. When it gets violence. Unfortunately, force is needed. Who do you think it's called? When there's problems and violence? No doubt about it. The police 911 When somebody's being violent towards somebody else. They don't pick up the phone and call their pastor little late for that. Now it's time for the police to do their job, and that's what they were doing in this case here, Okay? They had a warrant. That's part of their job. It was not a 9 11 call, but the warrant was valid. The breaking in the No knock warrant was legal. The police were fired upon and they returned fire, and unfortunately it was a horrible ending. Rianna Taylor should not have died in this The discussion has got to take place with prayer. And unfortunately, yes, sometimes force to calm these people down is necessary. This country's got to stopped erupting and ruining their cities and shooting police because of emotion and rumors. It's got to stop and thank God the governor who is a Democrat, by the way, deployed the National Guard to calm things down last night. Hopefully, this will end. But I doubt thank you if you didn't catch it when it was live here it on our podcast. Just search for Alabama's Morning news on the eye, Hard radio and let's check in with our phones. Lots of folks went away in here. Derek in Clay has got us almost talked by that no knock warrant. Derek. Good morning Urine. Alabama's morning news. Go ahead one of J K. I was only I watch the news conference yesterday on Fox from the Kentucky A G. I thought you said that the warrant was ah, that they did not do a no, not but that was misleading. All right, press. Okay, let me let me let's clarify them. All right, Let's talk about that. Just for secondary. You're correct. But let me tell you where it did Start the Kentucky attorney General. You're referring to Daniel Cameron announced yesterday that one of the officers would be charged for his actions in this whole situation, which we you know now no, is ah. Warranted endangerment or wanton endangerment, and that they did have a no knock warrant. Now, here's where it changes, although a judge did authorize a no knock warrant, meaning the officers wouldn't legally need to identify themselves as police before entering The attorney general did say that the supervisors change the orders, advising the officers to knock and announce their presence in serving the specific search warrant. So yes and no. There was a no knock warrant that they had. But the boss is right before that, they said, Look. Don't just bust in, announced and then bust in and announced again. So that's what took place. Yes, there was a no knock warrant. But what actually happened was we're going to announce and there were witnesses that said they did here. The police announced themselves a police police boom knock and go in police police. So they announced it twice. But the No knock warrant did exist. The bosses just kind of changed a little bit of it as they executed. Is that what you're referring to? Is that what you were talking about? Yes, because I mean, when, When everybody keeps saying there's no one no not warrant, But yet they say that they announced to me that's misleading, but understand when you get You know, I think there's a all that so But both is correct. You are correct, and there was a no knock warrant in all of this. How it actually played out was a combination of the two No knock warrant was still there. But the bosses said right there at the last minute announced before you start busted in, so they did not actually technically execute a no knock warrant. As it's written up, they didn't bust in silently. Like a no knock warrant allowed them to do. They did announce before And then as they were going in a swell, But boom, there comes a gunfire pretty quick. Thank you. I appreciate the call. All right, Let's take one more. Call Harrison. Jeff, stay. Stay with us. Jess got us on Hayden. But the Harrison called in first. Let's go to Harrison. Jeff, we will get to you Stay with us. Harrison in Shelby County. Good morning, sir. What's going on? Ah, Good morning. J t Just enjoying this wonderful weather Beautiful. No interview. Yeah. Whenever you look at her actions, you know from the very beginning in her relationship with this drug dealer. You know? Your choices have consequences and her being a police officer and allowing a drug dealer too. Livin Rianna Taylor. I don't think Briana take. I don't think Briana Taylor was a police officer. I think she was an E. M. T s had some involvement with the police. Yeah, I could be completely wrong, But it's my understanding. Briana Taylor worked as an e m p g e M T and wanted to work in that capacity. I'll dig into that little bit more, but I'm not sure she was a police officer. But you're right. She was aware you don't have a boyfriend. And not be aware of his activities. I mean, I'm with you. Yeah, but the question is giving the money recording. You know what? Our cast and everything else? I mean, I got you a get out the house before something happens. Look at you like you're absolutely right. Did she deserve to die? No, but hanging with the wrong people. Does it bring bad bad things on you? Sometimes? Yes. Yes, And apparently, And this is why I blame That ex boyfriend JaMarcus Glover as the one responsible for her death and all this? Absolutely. But thank you for the call. I appreciate it.
Grand jury recordings publicly released in Breonna Taylor case
"New developments This afternoon out of Kentucky. Volumes of materials from the grand jury proceedings in the deadly police shooting of Rianna Taylor have now been released. It is rare that grand jury testimony is made public. But one of the jury members sue to have it released after no criminal charges were brought against the Louisville police officers involved in Taylor's death. The audio recordings includes testimony from a police lieutenant who's had officers knocked on Taylor's door at least twice. Before breaching the apartment, even though they had a no knock warrant to search for drugs. Taylor's boyfriend says he shot at police because he thought it was a home invasion. The lieutenant says the search of the apartment was never carried out. Nationwide. Protest erupted after the grand jury decision not to charge any officers in Taylor's death.
New Louisville Police Chief Takes The Helm During Tense Time In The City
"See its third police chief take office since the police killing of Briana Taylor in March. Yeah, that Gentry will serve on an interim basis and will be the first black woman to lead the department. She previously served as a deputy police chief with the force before retiring in 2014. Gentry takes on the helm during a tense time in the city. There's been protests over Taylor's death for months, followed by anger over the lack of charges for her killing. And now a delay in the release of grand jury recordings, which her family and others have demanded. Chief Gentry joins me now Welcome to all things considered. Thank you for having me Well, let's start with the killing of Rianna Taylor. There's been a lot of criticism about the actions of the officers involved at night to remind listeners. Briana was asleep with her boyfriend when police arrived, and most witnesses say police did not identify themselves. Taylor's boyfriend says he shot towards the door and self defense thinking the police were intruders. Taylor was shot and killed after police opened fire. How do you characterize the police activity that led to Brianna's death? Well, that is the part that we're looking at. Now. Take over tomorrow. I've had just 1 ft briefing yesterday. So everything I know about the Briana Taylor case really is just as a citizen getting information from media. I am too anxiously awaiting to see what the G presented because what's important to me is that the proper scope of the investigation was done. People want to know from start to finish what happened in that case, and I certainly want to know that I think the public and the family deserves that as well. And the officers who are out there on the front line. How do you view your role In this moment? You've been in law enforcement for a very long time, and you've decided to step in At this pivotal point in history after being in retirement, right. I gave up a whole lot of comfort because I could see a lot of people both invited agency and out here protesting that really were uncomfortable with the way things were happening. And so I feel like I was best suited to stand in the gap. I know the agency. I know the city. I know a lot of the inequities that have taken place across the city, and so I can come in here and make sure that we create better conditions for people. So that they don't feel left out. And they don't feel angry all the time and disenfranchise because I know how that feels to be a black woman that have lived in various parts of the city over the course of my 15 year life. I'm curious that the department come to you, or did you step up? I really had more community people coming to me and some police officers, But I had a lot of leaders across the community that came to me is that you've met. I believe you're the person for this time, But the more and more that I thought about it and, you know, I'm a Christian person will believe in prayer and afraid about it, And I thought about the sacrifice of some of my co workers over the years. Other black women across the city And so I said, I know the systems and I will come in here, and I believe that even for a short time I compared us in a direction that is gonna make Louisville better place. Black Americans make up about one quarter of Louisville's population, but only about 10% of the department officers are black. What's the disconnect? I think a lot of it is pushed back again. The community. I mean, if you look at any of the videos from some of the protests and some of the way that the black offices were portrayed as traders, you know a lot of the things that happened in the media and also happen on the streets every day really make it a very, very tough sale for African American officers. One of the officers involved in the shooting. John Mattingly sent a letter to his colleagues calling some protesters thugs and saying criminals were being canonized. How widely do you think his views are our shared in the department? You know, I still wholeheartedly believe in the overwhelming majority of the police officers here. There is a lack of discipline. You know, I think we had several commanders kind of getting on. Social media and different things and putting those comments out that are very disheartening, inappropriate and they send the wrong message to the officers are on the front line, but we have to deal with that lack of discipline at the top. You have spent 20 years with the department, including several is deputy police chief. You heard from your community who said they wanted to see you in this role. For people who feel like the department hasn't done enough to reform. What is the case for putting you in charge? You know, the reforms are going to take a life of its own. But I will tell you this. I'm not a fan of taking a lot of tools off the table because the reality is it moves deadly forth up, which is supposed to be the overarching goal that we're trying to prevent. So I think the important thing is to focus on recruitment to make sure we have the right person because the right pool in the wrong hands is always going to be a bad idea. So if we get the right men and women in here, then the schools are going to be used appropriately. That's Yvette Gentry, who starts his interim police chief of Louisville, Kentucky. Tomorrow, Iraqi leaders say Secretary of State
"rianna taylor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Grand jury proceedings in the deadly shooting of Rianna Taylor. Baby sees Alex Perez reports. It comes after a grand jury members sued to release the record. The lawyer for one of those grand jurors is speaking to GM a overnight the public deserves to know everything. That's what continues a sense of accountability and public trust within our law enforcement community. Its administration. This comes as police body Cam Video's from the night Briana Taylor was killed obtained by Vice News are raising serious questions about how Louisville police conducted their investigation of the botched raid video has not yet been verified by ABC. A list of police reform recommendations will soon be on the desk of Boston Mere Marty Walsh double BBC's James RoHaas reports. The task force behind the list went over the reasoning behind the suggestions. Attorney Javier Flores is among the 11 members of the Boston Police Reform Task Force. The group released a list of recommendations ranging from expanding diversity in the department to enhancing its use of force policies. He says the reform measures are a reflection of both what's going on in the city and national Only we've looked at the models that are being implemented by other police forces around the country With respect to the numerous issues that we were examining, and we start to influence our impart those that were having the iron impact in terms of creating accountability, creating transparency. The recommendations are still in the process of being finalized. They are expected to be submitted to the mayor in the next few days. James RoHaas W B Z Boston's NewsRadio trying to help those in need More than 110. State legislators have written to Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Roslin Acosta asking her to help raise the state's minimum unemployment benefit payments. Among those signing the letter is Somerville Democrat Patricia Jalen. She is the chair of the Senate Committee on Workforce and Development, and she told me why they're doing this. A federal government told states that they could increase unemployment benefit by $300 for six weeks as part of Stimulus to keep people going during the pandemic. Unfortunately, it turns out the people who get less than $100. A week in unemployment are not eligible that in Massachusetts and the government says the 2020 senses will end next week despite a federal judge's ruling, allowing it to continue to the end of October. The attention getter was a tweet from the Census Bureau, and it read the ability for people to self respond to the Census questionnaire is ending October 5th. That's totally inconsistent with the most recent court ruling Secretary of State Bill Galvin. Not happy, he tells us. The announcement came as a virtual hearing was being held in California as a follow up to the district judge's injunction. Needless to say, it has to be fought. We want to make sure everyone is fairly counted. We want to make sure we're not sure changed here in Massachusetts or anyplace else undercounting could seriously affect federal funding for state. Like Massachusetts for years and years to come. True Mojo and W. B C. Boston's news radio, a group of more than two dozen students over at Boston University face possible suspension. They were caught holding an outdoor party on campus over the weekend. Disciplinary hearings beginning today for those students caught by campus police partying in the grotto area. That's on the West campus. The school is calling it a beer party and says All of the students were under 21. We're not wearing masks. And this story, David Bowie once asked the question..
"rianna taylor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So what's on your mind, saying Jason's a butthole? Don't worry about him being given a great opinions this morning listening to you guys last week. So thank you very interested to call in today because of Rianna Taylor case. Thank you, ELISA anymore much mind Even though I can't say I am an African American woman. I know they would get me because of that, but I didn't think it was a huge deal because all everything that's been going on but after everything that you guys have pointed out this morning With the ballistics right When what the attorney general hasn't put out. I mean, how about bullet go missing? Exactly. At least let me add Lisa, Can I add to that? I want to say I'm with you. I admitted on the air because I don't have any go on Monday of last week, I took the officer side and then I took a lot of flak for that, and a lot of people were sending the message is a lot of listeners. And they said you got to do more more research, Brian. Well, guess what, Lisa? I did and it just doesn't add up, Lisa and I admit I was wrong. And I believe this boyfriend, who by Away did not have a criminal record who was not a bad guy shot at people that we're not in police clergy, because even you know what your partner bringing up their past life. I'm Alison here. Driving on a mic has nothing to do right before you said that has nothing to do with the actual case and what happened that day, Right? He's all that matters. All that matters is Was it self defense? Did officers have right to shoot? And here's what it comes down to Lisa from it, And you could tell me whether you agree or not. Here's what it comes down to me. If if if the officers didn't feel like their lives were threatened, they had no right to spray bullets in that house. And if this was not a no knock warrant, which now we're learning. It wasn't why they ramming down the door. Not in police clothing at that makes no sense to me anything right Conspiracy theory, And it's just a case to be solved because that woman was obviously murdered. It's so sad. It's so it's so sad. Nothing the point towards her murder her death. Tells me that there's more with this case that's going on. Then we have the time. Lisa Lisa Lisa, make no mistake about it. There's a reason why they paid the Briana Taylor family $12 million..
Grand jury proceedings in Breonna Taylor case will be released, Kentucky AG says
"Make sure protester handled in a peaceful way. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office says recording the grand jury proceedings in the Briana Taylor case will be made public today. Move comes after a grand juror filed a motion to release the transcripts and recordings related to the investigation. Grand Juror says their decision not to charge officers in the death of Rianna Taylor was not theirs alone.
"rianna taylor" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"One shot. It was the first to shoot. In addition to all the testimony, the ballistics report shows At the round that struck Sergeant Mattingly was fired from a nine millimeter handgun. L M p D officers Fired 40 caliber handguns. Ism. And the only thing we know for sure about Briana Taylor case is that the case is some B s cops clearly trying to cover their ass for killing Briana Taylor, and nobody's being held accountable for all the steaks that were made all the mistakes that were made in regards to this case, Too many conflicting stories now Kathe Walker is a licensed gun owner. Right, and he has from the beginning, said that he fired a warning shot that he was not firing at anyone. He was initially charged with attempted murder and assault following the incident, But those charges were dropped. And now he has a civil lawsuit against Louisville Police Department. He says they never. They never announce themselves before they forced open Briana till his door. If you thought somebody was breaking in your house, and you had Ah, legal firearm. You would shoot too simple Is that absolutely bottom line pointblank period. So once again, the only thing we know for sure about Rianna Taylor case is that the case is some B s and cops and clearly trying to cover their ass. For all the mistakes that were made in regards to this case, he said it was no forced entry would clearly show that her door was busted Open. First police report that, you know, say Briana Taylor wasn't injured. Even though she was dead from gunshot wounds. They executed a search warrant. Before the executed A search warrant sent the ambulance the way you're supposed to keep the ambulance on the site and the lieutenant lied on the probable cause affidavit affidavit, which was the basis for the no knock search warrant to begin with. So it was so many mistakes made in this case and the young lady's Day because All right now Florida has reopened their state's economy even throughout this whole pans and make the governor Rhonda Sanchez has lifted all restrictions on restaurants and other businesses in Florida on Friday, they will already opened and I went down. I mean, people have been informed of saying Florida's Open Open. Like a lantern you land is only on phase two. Candy. I think Atlanta just want to face you like a week or so ago. I wonder if I was confused, but it is the way that Florida was. I think it was less than half capacity in the restaurants, and now the restaurants can open at full capacity, he said. We're not closing anything going forward, and he said the state is prepared if infections increase again, So local governments are allowed to, however, limit their bars to 50% capacity. If they so too, and he's not going to stand in the way of them fully re opening, though, so he by cities and Counties from collecting fines on people who violate social distancing rules or don't wear facemasks. So if you're not wearing a face mask, or if you want to have a large gathering, you can do whatever it is that you want to do. Yeah, Matter of fact, on September 11th kitchen lands. Bottoms announced that Atlanta was moving to faith to of reopening. And as we just heard, Florida has moved to What? Full faith basis I'm confused. Both. Those places have been looking wide open to me for the past month of Delta three. I don't know, YOLO, I guess. All right. Well, that is your front page news. Alright, Thank you, Miss E. Now let's talk taxes and paying taxes. Now, however, I asked earlier regarding my ass earlier because we said when we heard the story about Donald Trump not paying a lot of money in taxes myself. I can speak for myself. I'm like past the plug, I damn it. Cause I want to know how to pay less in taxes to I would love for my taxes. I don't mind if it's going to things that I would like for it to go to write, like making sure I want everybody to be have access to health care. I would wanna know so that Right, And you know we're paying our taxes for things that we don't even support And that's what's difficult about it for me now was difficult. It was difficult about it for me is when I see these billionaires and these these multimillion dollar companies paying nothing for tax and especially for the things that we use. Like Amazon, right. Amazon pays no tax, which is crazy because Amazon the multi million billions of company billions of dollars The trucks, you know, open down these roles left and right and repair the roads you know, saving with Delta Delta makes multi millions and it'll pay taxes. Donald Trump millions. I think they should have to not having to pay. I think they should have to, by the way image coming up. Doctor, But there's a look fighting they found. I looked at that list of politicians who had to pay money in taxes. I look at Joe Biden three something million dollars in taxes. Senator Harris half a million dollars in 2017. I think little of one with a quarter man. Why am I paying more taxes than all these people have been more taxing than all of them? One and Joe Biden all except for Joe Biden. All except for Joe Biden. So, yeah, when I hear when I hear people pay less in taxes, Yeah, past the plug. I want to know how. Yeah, I'm with you. I'm with you. In which he was Mr IRS is sticking me up and continue to stick me up. It doesn't even give me a kiss. He just sticks me up. Just take they would be if there was a certain amount of money instead of you having toe paid in taxes that you had to donate every single year, So whatever causes or whatever, but that would be, I think amazing. And I'm no lacks money with that. I agree with you, and that's what I was in regard to my money. I do a lot of philanthropy. You know what I'm saying? So I know what I'm going to do with my money. I know I can put my money into the communities then. You didn't give it to the people that need it. I don't know what fighting him doing my break. That should give you a tax break. The more money you donate. I mean, it does, but not like not like only paying $750.750 dollars on like $8 of money. I don't know that. But $750. No. When you amazon, you don't pay no taxes. None 000 man. Oh, man, you cannot be mad at the average American for scene. These people with these loopholes, not paying taxes and be like, damn, I want that, too, was an action with Trump spent $70,000 on his hair and wrote that off getting his hair done. First Celebrity apprentice I'ma look up his account later on..
"rianna taylor" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"You. All right. That was from earlier today. That was the judge in the Briana Taylor case announcing one of the three officers Brett Hankinson committing wanton endangerment in the first degree under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life. There were a whole series of charges the the State D a went through. All of this. Apparently with the grand jury. There is a lot of tragedy to go on here. Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Somebody breaks into his house that illegal firearm. He thought he was defending himself and his family didn't know it was the police, apparently, and he shot one of the officers. The police then fired back. On Briana Taylor was hit eight times and she is no longer with us. Ah, woman with an incredible life story spent their whole adult life saving lives mt to pulled time Jobs loved by everybody. Now The question is, we've been watching these protests in Louisville growing all day throughout the day. Um, I see people look this. I'm looking at it right now. Guys with you know, they have their guns out. I'm not feeling good about what I see. Andi. I said this with guys in tactical gear that showed up with their weapons drawn and their rifles drawn in the Michigan State house. You know, it heightens tensions. And this crowd has been growing by the minute. Leo. Terrell. Civil Rights attorney is with us, Leo. You're You're a lawyer. You're civil rights activist. You got all of this behind you. This is one of the most This is one of the saddest cases I've ever heard. I always don't rush to judgment. I wasn't there to hear all the evidence. The grand jury is presented usually just one side of the argument. There's no defense put put up. All of the options in terms of possible charges, for example, the criminal for Criminal homicide offenses in Kentucky from murder to manslaughter in the first degree manslaughter, second degree reckless homicide. And then you get down to what is a considered a class D felony, wanton endangerment in the first degree that's actually class D or wanton endangerment. In the second degree, there'd be a class a misdemeanor. When you look at the facts of this case, and you look at what the grand jury's decision what you know what your thoughts well right now, shall you excellent job of summarizing all the facts of your listeners. And this is in my Will house have civil rights attorney for 30 years. I do police officers and I'll tell you right now you're 100% correct. This is a tragedy. You look at the death of Rianna Taylor. You're absolutely right. What I'm upset about on the point. What's going to happen in Louisville tonight? Throughout the country. We have social media influencer and Crump sending out a tweet, saying this is injustice, even though he picked up a $12 million check on behalf of the family last week. Here is the legal issue. These be Briana Taylor's boyfriend fired the weapon at the officer struck the officers. Officers have a legal right to respond to Defend themselves Self defense and that self defense argument may gave 80 80 intent to murder Briana Taylor. That's why the murder charges a man slaughter charges are out the window. You cannot have it. The officers have a legitimate legal right to fire their weapons, the charge against the one officer because he shot recklessly. It's all local, almost like driving drunk. In a car if you notice the charges were because he fired his weapon and enter the other apartment. The bomb line is that this is what's going to raise people. There is no murder charges, no culpability for the death of Briana Taylor. And so these three walked in charges are against the officer firing his weapon. That went into other apartment overall tragedy. Overall, black lives matter will use it to exploit the race card, and we're going to be having a cross our fingers hoping that we have a common enemy in Louisville. Well, it's not looking good. We've been watching these videos all day and and and and this look, you're talking about the embodiment of of what makes America great. Rianna Taylor is a devoted her life and said so. That it was her passion her calling in life to save other people. Mt. Worked two jobs. Amazing loved by everybody that knew her. I mean, now now, when the law intersex in this mess, you know what is the grand jury to do? Well, I'll tell you, Sean, and I'll use one afraid thatyou have coined Rianna Taylor was a great American. She she spent her life saving lives. She is a a model citizen. It is a tragedy. One thing that we did learn by listening to the attorney general. There is a civilian witness who did hear the officers announced that they were police officers, but again what people will refuse to understand those who want to create chaos. Is that these officers were fired upon and they have a legal right to defend themselves. Here, the other hitch. You gotta Rand Paul, who's trying to eliminate no knock warrant, and he's attacked by these black lives matter. Protestors. You got him, Scott, the president, trying to get police reforms to get rid of that one. Or 1.5% of bad officer. You have the Democrats blocking this. So what do we learn from this? Where do we go from this? We try to improve the system Tau weed out bad officers. But what's going to happen if you would have the social media influencers profiteers and black lives matter who's going to profit from this and burn down cities and that is Wong. We've gotta look for and what it's for. We have to accept that we're a nation of law. The attorney general laid out all the facts and we have to ask for calm and peace and will form But that's not what we're going to get from the extreme left John Hannity. Do you see a racial component here, which I think many people making the point that it seems like it is. Do you see it? Do I know I don't I don't see it. But for black lives matter. They got the perfect storm. Three white officers to black individuals. They love this. Do I see any racial eminence in these officers executed the warrant? No, I don't. I absolutely don't. And I believe that grand jury and the attorney general who is black will fall that because they did a thorough investigation. They cooperating with the FBI, and they're doing an ongoing investigation. So I don't see any racial animus from the officers. But that will not stop black lives matter. The extremist group because The scenario of white officers, black victims, that's what they want Black on black crime. You don't care about black police officer the okay but this is what they like. And this is what's going to cause or night. The variety and the chaos. In the next couple of nights. I hope I'm wrong on that issue. Look, we'll know very soon they have a curfew that's supposed to go into place. 9 P.m. Easter. That's when I come up on the air. You'll be on the show tonight on. I wish I could report that I'm not feeling good considering at the crowds that have grown by the second all afternoon as we've been on the year here today. I I don't feel good about the odds. They're I don't I don't You're I don't feel good either. Look, the federal government boarded up federal building. There's a turf you're going to be ignored. The streets are clear for driving the streets in Louisville. There are going to be people who are going to be fueled and again. I want to say this for all your listeners. So Cole agitators or tweedy, who are using social media to show their outrage come out and burn and loot. It doesn't help anyway doesn't help Rianna Taylor. It doesn't help her legacy into the help it at all. And there's a distinction between Rianna Taylor A and Jacob Blake and George Floyd. You know what it is, is what you said earlier. This woman with a great American, She saved lives. She was in her own home. Best a tragic part of it. You see it, I see it. But agitators were gonna use it to exploit and justify the Bernie and Louis and that's offensive to me. It is to me too. And, you know, you think we could all unite? I don't know. You know, I've always talked about one of the alternatives. All right. I'd like to see more training for police officers. Yeah, You know, I'd like to see non lethal alternatives. More more martial arts training. You know how into martial arts? Am I've talked about this burner gun. You know which shoots pepper balls, sprays and tear gas. You know, I'd like cops tohave it, but it's not going to bring back Briana Taylor. Is it sad? It's that they're not going to be able to undo this. But I gotta run, Leo..
"rianna taylor" Discussed on 600 WREC
"You. All right. That was from earlier today. That was the judge in the Briana Taylor case announcing one of the three officers Brett Hankinson, committing wanton endangerment in the first degree under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life. There are a whole Siri's of charges. The the State D A went through all of this, apparently with the grand jury. There is a lot of tragedy to go on here. Briana Taylor's boyfriend, somebody breaks into his house had illegal firearm. He thought he was defending himself and his family didn't know it was the police, apparently, and he shot one of the officers. The police then fired back. Um and Briana Taylor was hit eight times and she is no longer with us. Ah, woman with an incredible life story. Spent the whole adult life saving lives mt. To pulled time Jobs loved by everybody. Now the question is, we've been watching these protests in Louisville growing all day throughout the day. Um, I see people look this. I'm looking at it right now. Guys with you know, they have their guns out. I'm not feeling good about what I see. Andi. I said this with guys in tactical gear that showed up with their weapons drawn and their rifles drawn in the Michigan State house. You know, it heightens tensions. And this crowd has been growing by the minute. Leo. Terrell, Civil Rights attorney is with us, Leo. You're You're a lawyer. You're a civil rights activist. You got all of this behind you. This is one of the most This is one of the saddest cases I've ever heard. I always don't rush to judgment. I wasn't there to hear all the evidence. The grand jury is presented usually just one side of the argument. There's no defense put put up. All of the options in terms of possible charges. Ah, for example, the criminal for criminal homicide offenses in Kentucky from murder to manslaughter in the first degree Manslaughter, second degree reckless homicide. And then you get down to what is a considered a class D felony, wanton endangerment in the first degree that's actually class D or wanton endangerment. In the second degree, there'd be a class a misdemeanor. When you look at the facts of this case, and you look at what the grand jury's decision what you know what your thoughts well, right now show you a excellent job of summarizing all the facts of your listeners. And this is in my Will house have civil rights attorney for 30 years I do police officers and I'll tell you right now you're 100% correct. This is a tragedy. When you look at the death of Rianna Taylor, you're absolutely right. What I'm upset about on the point of what's going to happen in Louisville tonight. Throughout the country. We have social media influencer and Crump sending out a tweet, saying this is injustice, even though he picked up a $12 million check on behalf of the family last week. Here is the legal issue. These are the Briana Taylor's boyfriend fired the weapon at the officer struck the officers. Officers have a legal right to respond to Defend themself self defense, and that's self defense. Argument. The gate 80 80 intent to murder Briana Taylor. That's why the murder charges The men slaughtered charges are out the window. You cannot have it. The officers had a legitimate legal right to fire their weapons. The charge against the one officer because he shot recklessly logo almost like driving drunk in the car. If you notice the charges were because he fired his weapon and enter the other apartment. The bomb line is that this is what's going to raise people. There is no murder charges, no culpability for the death of Briana Taylor. And so these three walked in charges are against the officer firing his weapon that went into other apartment overall tragedy. Overall, black lives matter will use this to exploit the race card. And we're going to be having a cross our fingers hoping that we have a common enemy in Louisville. Well, it's not looking good. We've been watching these videos all day and And this look, you're talking about the embodiment of what makes America great. Rianna Taylor is a devoted her life and said, so that it was her passion her calling in life to save other people. Mt. Worked two jobs. Amazing loved by everybody that knew her. I mean, now now, when the law intersex in this mess, you know what is the grand jury to do? Well, I'll tell you, Sean, and I'll use one afraid thatyou have coined Rianna Taylor. It was a great American. She spent her life saving lives. She is a is a tragedy. One thing that we did learn by listening to the attorney general. There is a civilian witness who did hear the officers announced that they were police officers, but again what people will refuse to understand those who want to create chaos. Is that these officers were fired upon and they have a legal right to defend themselves. Here, the other hitch. You gotta Rand Paul, who's trying to eliminate no knock warrant, and he's attacked by these black lives matter. Protestors. You got him, Scott, the president, trying to get police reforms to get rid of that one. Or 1.5% of bad officer. You have the Democrats blocking this. So what do we learn from this? Where do we go from this? We try to improve the system Tau weed out bad officers. But what's going to happen is you would have the social media influencers profiteers and black lives matter who's going to profit from this and burn down cities and that is Wong. We've gotta look for and what it's for. It is We have to accept that we're a nation of law. The attorney general laid out all the facts and we have to ask for calm and peace and will form But that's not what we're going to get from the extreme left John Hannity. Do you see a racial component here, which I think many people making the point that it seems like it is. Do you see it? Do I know. No, I don't. I don't see it. But for black lives matter. They got the perfect storm. Three white officers to black individuals. They love this. Do I see any racial animus in these officers executed the warrant? No, I don't. I absolutely don't. And I believe that grand jury and the attorney general who is black will fall that because they did a thorough investigation. They cooperating with the FBI, and they're doing an ongoing investigation. So I don't see any racial animus from the officers. But that will not stop black lives matter. The extremist group because The scenario of white officers, black victims. That's what they want. Black on black crime, you know, care about black police officer. The OK about this is what they like. And this is what's going to cause or a knight. You think the variety and the chaos In the next couple of nights. I hope I'm wrong on that issue. I look, we'll know very soon They have a curfew that's supposed to go into place. Nine PM Eastern. That's when I come up on the air. You'll be on the show tonight on..
7 arrested after windows smashed, fires set during protest in Seattle
"Tonight. Seven arrests so far after demonstrations over the Rianna Taylor case in Louisville, Kentucky, agitators, causing property damage and throwing rocks and debris of police protest stretching coast to coast. From New York City, where demonstrators marched on the Brooklyn Bridge. Hundreds taking part in a sit down protest to California, where in Oakland crowds of protesters throwing bottles and cans clashed with police. ABC TRAVEL SALT AH
"rianna taylor" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"March, 13th 2020 Jefferson County in Jefferson County, Kentucky, Thie above the named defendants. Hankerson committed the offence of wanton endangerment in the first degree. When under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life. He wanted Lee shot a gun into an apartment occupied by initials Z. Against the Peace and Dignity of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Mr Foreperson, the decision of the Grand jury, Thank you all right. That was from earlier today. That was the judge in the Briana Taylor case. Announcing one of the three officers Brett Hankinson, committing wanton endangerment in the first degree under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life. There are a whole series of charges the the State D A went through all of this. Apparently with the grand jury. There is a lot of tragedy to go on here. Briana Taylor's boyfriend, somebody breaks into his house had illegal firearm. He thought he was defending himself and his family didn't know it was the police, apparently. And he shot one of the officers. The police then fired back. Um and Briana Taylor was hit eight times and she is no longer with us. Ah, woman with an incredible life story spent her whole adult life saving lives mt to pulled time Jobs loved by everybody. Now The question is, we've been watching these protests in Louisville growing all day throughout the day. Um, I see people look this. I'm looking at it right now. Guys with you know, they have their guns out. I'm not feeling good about what I see. Andi. I said this with guys in tactical gear that showed up with their weapons drawn and their rifles drawn in the Michigan State house. You know, it heightens tensions. And this crowd has been growing by the minute. Leo. Terrell, Civil Rights attorney is with us, Leo. You're You're a lawyer. You're a civil rights activist. You got all of this behind you. This is one of the most This is one of the saddest cases I've ever heard. I always don't rush to judgment. I wasn't there to hear all the evidence. The grand jury is presented usually just one side of the argument. There's no defense put put up. All of the options in terms of possible charges, for example, the criminal for Criminal homicide offenses in Kentucky from murder to manslaughter in the first degree manslaughter, second degree reckless homicide. And then you get down to what is a considered a class D felony, wanton endangerment in the first degree that's actually class D or wanton endangerment. In the second degree, there would be a class a misdemeanor. When you look at the facts of this case, and you look at what the grand jury's decision what you know what your thoughts well, right now show you excellent job of summarizing all the facts for your listeners. And this is in my Will house have civil rights attorney for 30 years. I do police officers and I'll tell you right now you're 100% correct. This is a tragedy. You look at the death of Rianna Taylor. You're absolutely right. What I'm upset about on the point of what's going to happen in Louisville tonight. Throughout the country. We have social media influencer and Crump sending out a tweet, saying this is injustice, even though he picked up a $12 million check on behalf of the family last week. Here is the legal issue. These are the Briana Taylor's boyfriend fired the weapon at the officer struck the officers. Officers have a legal right to respond to Defend themself self defense, and that's self defense argument. Negates Edie Edie intent to murder Briana Taylor. That's why the murder charges The men slaughtered charges are out the window. You cannot have it. The officers had a legitimate legal right to fire their weapons. The charge against the one officer because he shot recklessly. It's also almost like driving drunk in the car. If you notice the charges were because he fired his weapon and enter the other apartment. The bomb line is that this is what's going to raise people. There is no murder charges, no culpability for the death of Briana Taylor. And so these three walked in charges are against the officers firing his weapon that went into other apartment overall tragedy. Overall, black lives matter will use this to exploit the race card. And we're going to be having a cross our fingers hoping that we have a common enemy in Louisville. Well, it's not looking good. We've been watching these videos all day and And and and this look, you're talking about the embodiment of what makes America great. Briana Taylor is a devoted her life and said so. That it was her passion her calling in life to save other people. Mt. Worked two jobs. Amazing loved by everybody that knew her. I mean, now now, when the law intersex in this mess, you know what is a grand jury to do? Well, I'll tell you, Sean, and I'll use one afraid thatyou have coin. Briana Taylor was a great American. She she spent her like saving lives, is a a model citizen. It is a tragedy. One thing that we did learn by listening to the attorney general. There is a civilian witness who did hear the officers announced that they were police officers, but again what people will refuse to understand those who want to create chaos. Is that these officers were fired upon and they have a legal right to defend themselves. Here. The other hitch. You gotta Rand Paul, who's trying to eliminate no knock warrant. He attacked by the Black lives matter Protestors. You got him. Scott, the president trying to get police reforms to get rid of that one. Or 1.5% of bad officer. You have the Democrats blocking this. So what do we learn from this? Where do we go from this? We try to improve the system Tau weed out bad officers. But what's going to happen if you would have the social media influencers profiteers and black lives matter who's going to profit from this and burn down cities and that is wrong. We gotta look for and what it's for. We have to accept that we're a nation of law. The attorney general laid out all the facts and we have to ask for calm and peace and will form But that's not what we're going to get from the extreme left Sean Hannity. Do you see a racial component here, which I think many people making the point that it seems like it is. Do you see it? Do I know. No, I don't. I don't see it. But for black lives matter. They got the perfect storm. Three white officers to black individuals. They love this. Do I see any racial animus in these officers executed the warrant?.
Seattle police officer put on leave after running over injured protester with bike in street
"The police. Officer in Seattle has been placed on leave after videos appear to show him walking his bicycle over the head of a person lying in the street, according to the Seattle Police Department. The alleged incident came amid nationwide protest over a grand jury's decision not to indict three Louisville officers for the fatal police shooting of Rianna Taylor. The Office of Police Accountability opened an investigation and the police said the incident had been referred to the King County Sheriff's Office for a potential criminal investigation. Of Police Accountability said it received more than 30 complaints about the incident.
"rianna taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You have massive lawlessness going on. Well, that's okay. But if Mom wants to watch her son play football, she gets station gets arrested. Well, you know what else is okay? And I'm sorry to go barking up this tree, but it's not very far back. I think it was Monday, The lieutenant governor was in band Alia. And he has seen in the crowd, not socially distance, not wearing a mask and taking and so you know, it's either equal protection under the law or it isn't And in this case, you know, the kids explained to the policy officer administrators that she has asthma. They ignored her and their position Wass that an unmasked asthmatic muscle day and it's not consistent with any directive or other law. So it was all illegal Maurice Thompson of Adam on a few times. I guess he's suing everybody at this point, and this mother is going to get damages. She's probably you know, I'm not an attorney, but it's pretty damning at this point, Bill, I I look at it and again. I feel for everybody. I get the school is saying, Hey, we want you to follow the rules because our kids have been through enough. We want them to have season. You know, the resource officer gets put in there and then here, just wait a minute. I have an exemption. So you know, it's a really bad situation, and I'm going to go back to this. If the buck stops with the governor, the buck stops with the governor in again Senate Bill 55 was vetoed. That would have made stuff like this. It wouldn't happen, and it just wouldn't have happened. I know. Secondly, there's a statement issued. By the president of Ohio State University, right. Ohio State that there is in the president of Student Council or the black students. This is the president Ohio State University. I've never met the woman. Her name is Ah. Christina Johnson ignited a controversy, she said the following quote this is the president of the Ohio State University. Quote Brown A. Taylor deserves justice. And this is not feel like justice. We cannot accept what has happened in Louisville. We grave the tragic and senseless loss of Brown and Taylor daughter, a friend, a niece, a loved one who was unarmed and asleep. The breakdown in the justice system and the killings of unarmed black and brown people in our country has become all too familiar. Tragically, this isn't going to stop until we create an anti racist world. We must come together to draw strength from each other. Advance our collective wisdom for a better world. Where will one day have justice For all? There's so much work to be done, Quote unquote. Well, number one, it states. The sea was killed while sleeping, which is false. She also says that unarmed black and brown people are being killed all the time in our country, which is false. What's been the fallout from the president? Of Ohio State University, acting in a left wing Marxist, fraudulent, false way. Yeah, It's really interesting. I will agree with her in the fact that it is tragic that Rianna Taylor, you know, daughter, A friend in need is a loved one tragic But again, you're in a position as the president of the university. And if you're going to make a statement, she made that statement on Twitter. She also released a text message that went out to the entire student body that was similar, if not exact. And so I would say, number one. Get the facts straight because it's super important. When you're in that position. People are relying on you Let them have all the information. It appears that she didn't uh, so that's number one and number two. You know, it's been overwhelming a majority of people who responded on Twitter or very unhappy with the statement. Some have gone so far to call for her resignation and then others are saying You know they won't be sending their kids to Ohio State, but obviously there is a A very large group of people is well, who feel the same way that there is. You know what they would call institutional racism. You know that that permeates our law enforcement and you know our entire culture, and I think they're happy with a statement. But there has been fallout on Twitter and social media. There hasn't been anything done that I'm aware of. As of what is it to 20 on on Friday, the 25th September regarding her statement? Well, the facts are different. Washingtonpost, Michigan State. Harvard University of Maryland Department of Justice have studied this issue for years. It is absolutely true that there's about 1000 Americans killed every year by police. Out of 50 million contacts a year. 50,001,000 result in someone's death of that 1050 presenter White 25% or black. The other 25% are others and as faras disputed shootings, it's It's single digits 5678 a very, very, very, very, very, very small number. So the facts are wrong and and to say, I'll give you another example. Cincinnati tomorrow. We're having a football game here, not nearly as biggest high state normally plays but army the United States Army is going to play the bear cats of you see a Nippert Stadium tomorrow. I think about 3 30 or four o'clock. ESPN is Mark Jones. Was one of their main play by play, broadcasters said. Quote He's going to dismiss any police to protect him. Quote I'd rather not have the officers shoot me. I'd rather not have the officers shoot me because he feared for his life because of my black skin. Mark Jones went on to say ESPN police never saved me. Never helped me. Never protected me. Never taken a bullet for me. Never kept me safe. Never stop races from taking by black lives matter. Flag off my house I can do without him. He doesn't know that the police chief in Cincinnati is black..
"rianna taylor" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Day two after the charges were not filed against the police officers. Much quieter night than the night before Bill. There were 24 people take it into custody primarily for violating the curfew that went into effect at nine o'clock, although there were some people facing felony charges because of some broken windows, vandalism that happened overnight, too. So that happened. I mean, compare that to the night before when 127 people were taken into custody in two police officers were shot. A much different scene last night, much quieter scene. It'll finally was done by a lot two o'clock numbers relative to two nights ago. Of the people out there. Oh, well. It was a smaller group, certainly a smaller group of protesters and seem to be broken up into different groups that one primarily at this location where people have been demonstrating ever since this all began Right downtown, a city park where there's a little monument, really, that's been erected and people bring flowers to dedicated to Rianna Taylor, a couple of blocks south of there, though, yesterday Last night. That's where the people were taken into custody for vandalism and for other things for disobeying the curfew, So it didn't seem. It did seem to be smaller groups, although it's hard to gauge because they were in different parts of downtown didn't hear something because you've covered a lot of these. Occasionally we hear stories of people in the crowd. If you will, stopping the looting, actually getting in the way and trying to stop the bad guys. You ever see that that that happened.
Athletes express disappointment over Breonna Taylor decision
"Literally heard a lot of people, especially in the sports world. Men. A lot of responses from a lot of athletes. LeBron James came out and tweeted out. I've been lost for words today. I'm devastated. Hurt sad mad. We want justice for Briana. Yet Justice was meant for her neighbor's apartment walls. Not her beautiful life. Was I surprised at the verdict. Absolutely not. But damn it. I was And still I'm hurt and heavy hearted. I send my love to Briana's mother, family and friends. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, man. Colin Kaepernick also tweeted out the white supremacist institution of policing that still, Briana Taylor's life from us must be abolished for the safety and well being of our people. Say her name. Rianna Taylor, the Hashtags hashtag abolish the police. Dwyane Wade also came out and spoke and said debris on Briana, I'm sorry. The people in power have failed to get this right. You deserve so much more. Your life mattered. You deserve the bright future. That was ahead of you. We will continue to say your name. We will continue the fight in your name Hashtag. Bring on a tailor. Yeah, man, I'm wondering so many athletes came out and
"rianna taylor" Discussed on KOMO
"Dakota have the highest rates of positive test results at 16% right now. Demonstrators gathered in front of police headquarters in Baltimore to stand in solidarity with nationwide protests in the Briana Taylor case. The demonstration and marched to City Hall came the day after a Kentucky grand jury decided not to charge the Louisville police officers with killing the 26 year old during a raid on her apartment. They were more demonstrations in Louisville last night. That's where we find ABC. Jim Ryan this morning, Jim. Good morning. Good morning. A much more peaceful night last night. Yes, They're worse. A protest that happened even after the curfew had begun at nine o'clock, but not the kind of violence that we saw the night before. On Wednesday night. As you know, man, Two police officers were shot. They both are going to be okay. In fact, one was actually back on the job yesterday. The other one is still being treated at a 26 year old is in custody in connection with that, but they're the curfew was imposed. It took effect last night. There were 24 arrests compared to 127 arrests the night before, So things seem to be a quieting down just a bit. There are still a lot of anger, though about the grand jury decision not to charge those officers. Directly with the death of Rianna Taylor Matter, understand? The governor of Kentucky is urging the Republican attorney general to release evidence that was shown to that grand jury. Is that expected to happen? Really could. There's there's no real prohibition of there's no law against it. The grand jury evidence could be released to the public. It seems to be up to Daniel Cameron used the attorney general here in Kentucky. He may decide to make that that called he's hearing from all sectors that it would be a good idea just to give people an idea about what went into that decision from the from the grand jury. Are there any specific security measures in place? They're in Louisville like a curfew or anything. The curfew. Yes, it's going to be extended through Monday. At least hit last night was the first formal knight of the curfew at nine o'clock, and in fact, most people were off the street by then went until 6 30 this morning. There's that measure. You know, you've got some 500 National Guard troops in town, backing up the police, along with state troopers who are here as well. So yeah, there is. There is. There are plenty of measures in place to try to ensure that things are safer, not just in the downtown area, but across the city. Sergeant. Thanks for the update this morning, maybe sees Jim Ryan with us from Louisville, Kentucky. Come on news time. 5 49 Former President Barack Obama is stepping up again to support the Democratic ticket. He'll join Kamala Harris for two virtual fundraisers next Friday. It will be their first event since she became Joe Biden's running mate. It's now 5 50. It's time for our propel insurance money. Update. Amazon LOGISTICS plan. 2020 growth has already exceeded the previous three years combined Amazons DELIVERY stations, the facility's closest to the consumer are drawing the most as thie. E tailer expands its logistics footprint. Last year, Amazon partnered with 800 companies with 75,000 drivers who picked up items across Amazons, then 150 delivery stations. Now it partners with 1300 companies that employ 85,000 workers across 400 delivery stations. Costco brought in $4 billion in profit for the first time in a fiscal year thanks to a big boost from shoppers stocking up during the pandemic. Costco says net revenue rose 12.5% in its latest quarter, the best gain in nearly three years. That's your money now. Jennifer Cash Inca Co. Moh NEWS Wall STREET Futures are lower this morning Down down about 146 SNP down. 12 and NASDAQ futures down one We'll check your traffic and weather next year on the CO Mo Morning news. It's 5 51. Hi, I'm Dr near her Garris. But today's.
Breonna Taylor decision: Protesters march in Philadelphia after Kentucky grand jury ruling
"Came together last came together night to call last for police night to call reform for police reform following a Kentucky following grand a Kentucky jury's grand decision jury's in the decision shooting death in the of shooting Rianna death Taylor. of Rianna Taylor. Asking one of these Asking Justin one of noodle these Justin reports noodle reports businesses air, hoping businesses the protest air, hoping a the protest peaceful a peaceful as they they reflect reflect as they they on on how how reflect reflect they they were were affected affected on on how how they they were were by by affected affected the the violent violent by by the the protests protests violent violent and and riots riots protests protests that that took took and and place place riots riots that that took took place place earlier earlier this this year. year. earlier earlier this this The The year. year. Filbert Filbert fresh fresh The The Filbert Filbert moored moored on on fresh fresh North North moored moored 52nd 52nd on on North North Street, Street, 52nd 52nd is is one one Street, Street, of of a a number number is is one one of of of of businesses businesses a a number number of of that that businesses businesses was was broken that that into was was broken when looting into erupted when looting in West erupted Philadelphia in West Philadelphia following the death following of George the death Floyd, of George an Floyd, unarmed black an man unarmed killed black by man a white killed police by a officer. white police They took officer. a lot of stuff, They took a but, lot hey, of stuff, maybe but, bounced hey, maybe back. bounced There's back. a There's book in his a story book took in his 18 story took machine 18 machine in a cool in a creds cool and creds seafood and stuff. seafood stuff. Urban Ezekiel, Urban Ezekiel, also known as the also Fish known Man as the works Fish Man at the market, works at he the says market, they had he says to shut they down had shop to shut down for a shop week to for fix a week the damage, to fix the damage, he adds. They've he adds. since taking They've since precautions taking to precautions better secure to the better business. secure the business. Pull the gate Pull down the gate down. down They lock down. it up They lock everything. it up everything. Everything. Put Everything. everything away Put everything now, away just in case now, they just do decide in case they to do decide do that again. to do that again. Ezekiel says Ezekiel he believes says he the Philadelphia believes the protest Philadelphia for protest Briana Taylor, for Briana the black Taylor, woman the black shot woman and killed shot in her bed and killed in when her police bed served when police the warrant served at the the wrong warrant address, at the wrong will address, remain peaceful. will remain peaceful. I think they learned I think it. I they learned think they it. learned I think they learned everywhere. everywhere. No matter what No you matter do, what you do, You know, it's gonna happen You know, it's gonna happen happen happen in West Philadelphia, in West Philadelphia, Justin Ludo Justin K Y Ludo W News K radio, Y W News radio, Dr Anthony found. Dr Anthony found.
2 Louisville officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests
"Story to Louisville. Police officers continue their recovery after they were shot during protests over the decision regarding the death of Rianna Taylor of the Black Empty killed in her own home during a botched drug raid. A grand jury yesterday did charge one officer but not directly in connection with her
Outrage over lack of charges in Breonna Taylor's death turns into protests across the US
"Protesters in Chicago, declining a grand jury decision not to charge police officers in the deadly shooting of Rianna Taylor. Louisville, Kentucky Father Michael Flaggers spoke as demonstrators on the South side. It seems to be in a church blocked into intersection method sinks again in America, Black and brown lives means nothing in America. Least arresting a suspect in connection to the shooting of to Louisville police officers overnight protesters erupting and violence of the decision not to directly charge any other cops involved in the death of Taylor. Interim Police chief Rob Schroeder says that both officers were rushed to the hospital. And although one had to have surgery, they're both in stable condition. No word yet on exactly what charges Lorenzo Johnson may be facing.
Police in Louisville, Ky., respond to vandalism, looting with close to 100 arrests
"Arrests have been made in response to vandalism and looting. Jim Ryan reports. Streets here in downtown Louisville after a grand jury returned an indictment that Briana Taylor's family called outrageous and offensive. Hours later, two police officers were shot and wounded chief says both are in stable condition at one person has been taken into custody. Rianna Taylor, A 26 year old empty was killed when three officers with a warrant came to her apartment in March. Her boyfriend, who was with her thought they were intruders and open fire. They started shooting. The grand jury said Two of the officers were justified in using force Officer Brett Hankinson was charged for firing recklessly into another family's home. More from Alex Paris. The criminal investigation at this point involving those three officers, according to the attorney general seems to be completed and we'll move forward with those charges against that one officer, But there is a federal civil rights investigation that's still ongoing, and authorities there are working to see if Briana Taylor's a civil rights are violated when this warrant was executed back in March. Protests over the grand jury decision were held in cities across the country, including New York at various locations around Manhattan last night, eventually into Brooklyn. Several 1000 protests No arrest. One of the large initial gatherings was a couple blocks away from Trump Tower. Ryan here 59th and fifth Demands for justice.
"rianna taylor" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Indicted on murder charges, and there is no justice On. So the fact that that didn't happen makes me so. So sad knowing that you know now it'll eat even harder for my family like Maya Tio. It's somebody named Jordan Thomas. You know there are done. Out in force getting reaction from the community there in Louisville, and a lot of people are saying, you know, including the attorney for the family. Get this guy, Benjamin Crump. I'm going to share. I'm gonna spare you any audio from him today. Because he's just saying the same stuff that we've heard time and time again. And listen. Again. Brandy. Taylor did not deserve to be killed the way that she was and one of the things that Daniel Cameron said. I thought it was. It was interesting, he said something and I'm going to have to paraphrase But he said something to the effect of, you know, sometimes sometimes tragedy. Cannot be fixed or addressed by the law. And he's absolutely right. Perspective is everything and being able to look at untiring picture is what you really need to dio. Because if you look at all of the facts, and that's what Daniel Cameron spent some 40 to 45 minutes, by the way, in case you don't know he is the attorney general for the state of Kentucky. And he said, if you look at all the facts If you look at what happened The police were under fire. And so for these people that is sit here and say, Well, the police shop Rianna Taylor for no reason at all. Well, actually, there was a reason their reaction. Was justified to the action of being fired upon by her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker. This lady says the system is corrupt because there's no denying.
"rianna taylor" Discussed on KCRW
"Beth Orton wrapped up the hour tangent is from Trailer Park 1996 album from Back when I was on for midnight 23 on Friday nights. I remember playing that album so much when it came out a trailer park. What a great one Stay with US. Morning becomes eclectic on Casey. Live from NPR News. I'm Laxmi saying Angers building outside a courthouse in Louisville, Kentucky, where moments ago a judge announced lesser charges of wanton endangerment in the first degree against one of three officers. Who are involved in the deadly shooting of Rianna Taylor. Taylor, an African American name was shot several times after officers working in narcotics investigation burst into her home late one night last March. Taylor's family fought from manslaughter charges that carry stronger prison sentences than wanton endangerment. Jefferson County Judge Andy O'Connell has granted Hankerson bread Hankerson bond. I will grant the motion and a sign. Bond in the amount of $15,000 cash. Issue a warrant. State Attorney General Daniel Cameron said a short time ago, the Taylor's death was a tragedy. He also defended the decision to charge one officer based on the investigation into the actions of all three officers. The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security are warning that foreign actors in cyber criminals will try to undermine the election by questioning the legitimacy of the final count warning coming as a trump campaign video warns without evidence that the president's opponents will use millions of fraudulent ballots. To overturn results. Here's NPR's Pam Fessler. The government warning is stark. It says bad actors could exploit the time between election Day and when the vote count is officially certified to convince the public that the results are illegitimate. Many states expect to be counting ballots for several days due to a large number of mail in votes. But President Trump has said repeatedly that he wants the results on Election Day. And in an effort to recruit Republican poll watchers Donald Trump Jr said in a video Tuesday that the quote radical left is planning to steal the election by adding millions of fraudulent ballots. He provided no evidence, and most election officials say such a scheme would be impossible. Pam Fessler NPR NEWS the administration's dialing up its attack on social media companies that accuses of bias against conservatives. Attorney General Bill Bars asking Congress To amend section 203 of the Communications and Decency Act to hold social media companies liable for their content. 1/4 covert 19 vaccine Candidates starts wide scale testing in the United States this week, we have an update from NPR's Joe Palka. The vaccine is made by Johanson Pharmaceuticals. Apart of Johnson and Johnson, it's based on technology the company used to create a successful vaccine for Ebola. The plan is to enroll up to 60,000 volunteers in the study. One group will receive the vaccine, the other and inert placebo. The primary goal is to find out if the vaccine candidate can prevent moderate to severe cases of covert 19. Beyonce and vaccine has a potential advantage over other candidates and that it may only requires a single dose to be effective..
Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision
"The city of Louisville, declaring a state of emergency today ahead of a decision on whether or not charges will be brought against the officers involved in the shooting death of Rianna Taylor as police prepare for potential protests, the Louisville Metro Police Department has been preparing downtown barricades were placed around Jeff Airpark and the perimeter of the downtown area to its sure pedestrian safety. Interim police Chief Robert Schroeder says they've been in contact with the attorney general's office about a decision in the Briana Taylor case. We hope and hope to have some advance notice. But as we all know, in the reality of dealing with day to day situations, sometimes your plans go right. So we have to plan ahead of time Officer vacations and planned days off have been rejected. The federal courthouse will be closed through the end of the week.
"rianna taylor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Not going to cut corners or skip steps. I'm Pam Puso Fox News that promise from Senate Republican Top Cotton, who tells Fox News Sunday. The Senate will move forward without delay. Once President Trump nominate someone to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has promised to vote. It is the president and the Senate of the same party. That president is that the position is filled. And the leader is right to do that. Senate Republican MARSHA Blackburn Democrats like Senator Chris Coons believe a partisan nomination process just weeks before an election will further divide the country. Flowers, candles and cards blanket the steps of the Supreme Court. But I'm so glad that the country is providing section outpouring of love and support to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ABC is this week preparations in Louisville, Kentucky, for what could be a controversial grand jury decision. The federal courthouses being boarded up is a grand jury considers whether criminal charges will be filed against the police officers involved in the shooting death of Rianna Taylor. Last week, the city announced a $12 million settlement with Taylor's family. Ah threatened ban on a beloved AP appears to have been avoided. President Trump says he supports a deal that would partner Tic Tac with Oracle and Wal Mart. This deal if approved in the end, if ultimately approved, will ensure that no Americans data has any access to anyone in China that has any capacity to move this to a place. We don't want it. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Fox's Sunday morning futures. Meanwhile, a federal judge has approved a request from a group of We chat users to delay looming government restrictions..
Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police
"Of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to a wrongful death lawsuit settlement rather with the family of Rianna Taylor. It's included a $12 million payment and police reformed. Attorney Lee Anita Baker represents the Taylor family Financial settlement was not negotiable without significant police reform, and that's what we were able to do today. Taylor in the empty worker was killed by police officers acting on a no knock search warrant on March 13th You're listening to ABC
"rianna taylor" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Lot of rain have significant stone search on the Gulf Coast there on DH. She has 80 MPH sustained winds. Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards in Alabama Governor Kay Ivey is telling people in the mobile area to leave their homes if they still can. The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to pay the family of Rianna Taylor $12 million. To settle a civil wrongful death lawsuit filed after the black woman was shot and killed when police server note knock warrant at her home is part of this settlement. Little metro government agrees to make several important policy changes. First to build stronger community connections between our police officers and the people they serve. Mayor Greg Fischer, Taylor's mother and others continue to call for criminal charges to be filed against the officers involved. Ah, formal signing at the White House of a peace deal between Israel and two Arab nations. President Trump touting the signing of a peace agreement between Israel and to Gulf Nations Thie and Bob Crane, saying it will change the geopolitical dynamic in the Middle East. Together. These agreements will serve It is the foundation for a comprehensive piece, of course, the entire region. Something which nobody thought was possible. The so called Abraham Accords brokered by the U. S leaves out the Palestinians who have not engaged with the White House and its peace efforts since the Trump administration recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital at the White House. John Decker fucks new backup over driver involved in a fatality with one of its self driving cars has been criminally charged. Rafaela Vasquez facing charges of criminally negligent homicide with 2018 crash in Tempe, Arizona America Now, the lens of Liberty Here is Helen Preble..
"rianna taylor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Storm is going to drop. A lot of rain have significant storm surge on the Gulf Coast there. On and she has 80 MPH sustained winds. Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards in Alabama Governor Kay Ivey is telling people in the mobile area to leave their homes if they still can. The city of Louisville, Kentucky, is agreed to pay the family of Rianna Taylor $12 million to settle a civil wrongful death lawsuit filed after the black woman was shot and killed when police server note knock warrant at home is part of this settlement. Little metro government agrees to make several important policy changes. First to build stronger community connections between our police officers and the people they serve. Mayor Greg Fischer, Taylor's mother and others continue to call for criminal charges to be filed against the officers involved. Ah, formal signing at the White House of a peace deal between Israel and two Arab nations. President Trump touting the signing of a peace agreement between Israel and to Gulf Nations, Thie and Bahrain, saying it will change the geopolitical dynamic in the Middle East. Together. These agreements will serve as the foundation for a comprehensive peace across the entire region. Something which nobody thought was possible. His so called Abraham accords brokered by the U. S leaves out the Palestinians who have not engaged with the White House and its peace efforts since the Trump administration recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital. At the White House. John Decker fucks new backup over driver involved in a fatality with one of its self driving cars has been criminally charged. Rafael of Vasquez.
Louisville reaches major settlement with Breonna Taylor's family
"The city of Louisville is expected to announce a substantial financial settlement with the family of Briana Taylor as soon as today. W. Jeans Ryan Burrow reports. The settlement is expected to not only include a large financial payment to the family of Rianna Taylor but also police reforms like requiring commanders to approve all search warrants before going to a judge. And housing credits to officers who agreed to live in the city. The deal said to be announced as a grand jury could begin screening possible criminal charges against three officers involved in fatally shooting Taylor during a no knock search of her home in
March on Washington: Civil rights advocates gather at commemoration on steps of Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC
"Civil rights advocates gathering right now in a commemoration of the 1963 march on Washington. Martin Luther King, the third, one of the featured speakers today, police brutality and gun violence, killing so many unarmed African Americans. Today we march with their families. And we say their names. George, Florida Boreham, Jean Rianna Taylor, Eric, Ghana, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice. Youself Richardson. Terrorists. Crusher tray von Marten. Oh, my, my, my my ever every Elijah McClane And so many of us turn out has been lighter than initially intended due to city imposed grown a virus pandemic restrictions limiting out of state visitors to the nation's capital,
Hillary Clinton's DNC speech: 'America needs a president'
"Coverage of the Democratic National Committee. After the last election, I said we owe Donald Trump and open mind and the chance to lead I meant it. Every president deserves that. And Trump came in with so much set up for him a strong economy plans for managing crises, including a pandemic. Yes, we Democrats would have disagreed with him on many things. But if he had put his own interests and ego aside scene, the humanity and a child ripped from her parents at the border or a protester calling for justice. Or a family wiped out by natural disaster. That would have been a good thing for America and the world. I wish Donald Trump knew how to be a president because America needs a president right now. Throughout this time of crisis. Americans keep going checking on neighbors showing up two jobs as first responders, hospitals, grocery stores, nursing homes. Yes, it still takes a village. And we need leaders equal to this moment of sacrifice and service We need Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Everyone has a story about Joe's caring and empathy. I remember him calling after my mother, Dorothy died and we talked about being raised by strong women. The best testament to Joe is how he's cared for his family. And how great is it that Dr Jill Biden plans to keep teaching as first lady? And Joe pick the right partner in Camilla. She's relentless in the pursuit of justice and equity, and she's kind When her press secretary Tyrone Gail, was dying of cancer, she dropped everything to be with him in his final moments. I know something about the slings and arrows she'll face and believe me, this former district attorney and attorney general can handle them all. So this is the team to pull our nation back from the brink. But they can't do it without us. For four years. People have told me I didn't realize how dangerous he Waas. I wish I could do it all over or worst. I should have voted. Look This can't be another would've could've should've election. If you vote by mail, request your ballot now and sent it back right away. If you vote in person, do it early. Become a poll worker. Most of all, no matter what vote. As Michelle Obama and Bernie Sanders warned us. If Trump is reelected, things will get even worse. That's why we need unity. Now more than ever. Remember back in 2016. When Trump asked. What do you have to lose? Well, now we know our healthcare our jobs, our loved ones. Our leadership in the world and even our post office. Let's set our sights higher than getting one man out of the White House. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are going to give us so much to vote for. Let's vote for the jobs that Joe's plan will create clean energy jobs to fight climate change caregiving jobs with living wages, vote for emergency relief that lift small businesses and saves hardworking people from foreclosures and evictions. It's wrong that billionaires got $400 billion richer during the pandemic, while millions lost their $600 a week in extra unemployment. For the parents and teachers struggling to balance Children's education and safety and for health care workers fighting covert 19 with little help from the White House. Vote for paid family leave and health care for everyone for Social Security, Medicare and Planned Parenthood. Vote for dreamers and their families for law enforcement, purged of racial bias that keeps all our streets safe. Vote for justice for George Floyd. Rianna, Taylor and Ahmad are very because black lives matter. Vote for honest elections, So we hot a foreign adversary. Choose our president. Vote for the divers hopeful America we saw in last night's roll call. And don't forget. Joe and Camilla can win by three million votes and still lose. Take it from me. So we need numbers overwhelming, so Trump can't sneak or steal his way to victory. Text vote 30330 to get started. 100 years ago yesterday, the 19th amendment to the Constitution was ratified. It took seven decades of suffer just marching, picketing and going to jail to push us closer to a more perfect union. 55 years ago, John Lewis marched and bled and Selma because that work was unfinished. Tonight. I'm thinking of the girls and boys who see themselves in America's future because of Kamala Harris. A black woman, the daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants and our nominee for vice president. This is our country's story, breaking down barriers and expanding the circle of possibility. And to the young people watching. Don't give up on America. Despite our flaws and problems we've come so far, we can still be a more just equal country with opportunities Previous generations could never have imagined. There's a lot of heartbreak in America now, and the truth is many things were broken before the pandemic. But as the saying goes, the world breaks everyone, and afterward. Many are strong at the broken places. That's Joe Biden. He knows how to keep going, unify and lead because he's done that for his family and country. So come November. If we're strong together. Well, hell together will redeem the soul and the promise of our country led by President Joe Biden
"rianna taylor" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Baseball is back. From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis Wind and rain pounding South Texas hours after Hurricane Hannah came ashore Saturday, 90 miles per hour winds were clocked at landfall near Corpus Christi. Shelters are up and running due to widespread flooding. But there are concerns over the Corona virus. You must go to a community or group shelter, Remember? To follow the latest online from the center of the Seesaw Control Prevention for protecting yourself and your families from MISC over 19. That's Hidalgo County Judge Richard Cortez. Meantime, Hurricane Douglas taking aim Sunday at the Hawaiian island of Oahu Governor David E. Gay sounding the alarm for residents and visitors, it is a power forces are God that is forecasted to affect the island's significantly stay away from peace facing shores. As we do expect a storm surge as well as high surf, the governor says. The storm is so large, the impact will be felt. Whether it's a direct hit or not. Another night of demonstrations in Portland, Oregon, is part of the black lives matter Movement and against federal agents arresting protesters in the city. One demonstrator says the 50 nights of demonstrations are bringing about change. Meantime, in Louisville, Kentucky, demonstrations there over the police shooting death of Briana Taylor had a scare A protesters. Gun accidentally went off. Gunfire erupting in Louisville. Three people injured rushed to the hospital. Heavily armed militias travelling to the city demanding justice for slain Am Rianna Taylor. Ah, weapons seem confiscated shortly after the shooting. Accidental discharge in a city on.