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07:54 min | 1 year ago

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"The special prosecutor Rosemary Curry, Had cleared him. Yet Now we see that Officer Mercer is suing the NFL. What I'm referring to as defamation because of how they handled the situation. Guy Relford joins us Right now. We know a guy Relford because he is a radio host here at W I B. C. The gun guy show we know he's a Second Amendment attorney. But now he is one of the lead lawyers on this case four officer Mercer against the NFL. Let's start with the basics. What is the case you're bringing against the National Football League? Well, you nailed it, Tony and saying that it's a case for defamation. In this case, really, exactly As you said, the NFL came out with this campaign to in their words on her victims of police misconduct. And systemic racism, and they included Dre. Sean Read as one of those quote unquote victims. Um which, by definition, paints heroic police officer Did your Mercer As someone who committed that act of police misconduct and be engaged in systemic racism. That's ludicrous. Uh, did yours is a black man. He's a hero. By definition. This situation involved no police misconduct and involve no racism. Yet the NFL painted him in that light, and they did so. The timing here is very important. They did so after having the information available, but in a very thorough investigation by the Indiana State police, not MPD, who employees Officer Mercer but by the Indiana State police and then having the involvement of a special prosecutor in a very detailed report, and you saw that press release and commented on it off and Tony and you saw how detailed it was and how they went Through slow motion video, and they established the shots were fired by Dre. Sean reads at Dodger, Mercer and other officers so that the shooting was absolutely justified. How with that information in the public domain with that information being available? How do you include dry Sean Read as a victim of police misconduct? If you're that police officer That has a devastating effect on your life as it did here to Officer Mercer. That's why I'm proud to be a member of the team that's representing him. So this lawsuit Is actually against something called the N F L E. National Football League Enterprises, which is more of the, uh, the umbrella that handles the social media side of this, I was reading the complaint. That that you've put out is the Is this a distinction without a difference? Yeah, it's just a subsidiary. It's an affiliate. It's just part of NFL, but you're right. They created and disseminated this campaign and it was. You know, we saw videos on television. You saw Social media campaign. You couldn't get away from it there for several weeks. It's all over the place. So all those millions of people seeing that campaign are going Oh, well. Drayson reads a victim of police misconduct and and systemic racism. Obviously, that officer not committed. Those misdeeds. That's exactly what the lawsuits all about. Now you can also take a look at this story at wnbc dot com. You spoke with Hammer Nigel Yesterday I have the story up at red state dot com and we were both in the post that was done by the newsroom in my post over at red state dot com. We were both able to find the tweet. From the NFL, which is still up. That says, say, his name Dre. Sean read part of what the complaint says. And and I want to make sure we're clear about where you are in this. What? Maybe it's an accusation. Maybe it's not. Maybe I'm characterizing it wrong. You make the argument in the complaint guy that the Indianapolis Colts knew this wasn't the right information. And they did not act to stop this information from going out. Does this involve the cult malfeasance on the part of the Colts? As you see it? No, I really don't think so. I think the reference to the Colts is more that, um there was one player who was going to wear a sticker on his helmet with rations read reached name on it, and the Colts actually looked at the situation saw, um, that officer Mercer had been exonerated completely after a thorough investigation and said, no, this is not going to happen. I don't know that we can really make the allegation that the colt is one team. One member of the NFL had the ability to affect his campaign. I don't know that that would be fair to the Colts. So really, it's focused on the NFL. I think to some degree the colds and I think owner Jimmy Irsay was involved in this based on a tweet that he put out We said no, we're not going to. We're not going to put that sticker on this. This player's helmet. I think that was the right move. And if the Colts had that information and made that decision based on that same information that is the results of the investigation and the conclusions of the special prosecutor. What is the possible justification for not only the NFL continuing with this campaign, but as you just said That tweet to still be up and still be available to the public. I think that's unforgivable. Talking to guy Ralph erred. You know him as the gun guy, one of the lead lawyers in this lawsuit filed by Officer John Mercer against, um the National Football League, so let's now get down to the nitty gritty What is it that officer Mercer wants out of this lawsuit? Well, there's there's no kind of specific monetary compensation asked for in the lawsuit, and and again I'm working with a team here. The lead lawyers on this include Todd McMurtry, who was one of the lead lawyers and the Nicholas Sandman litigation against CNN and others. So, um he's fought this battle on a big stage, and I'm proud that he wanted me to be his Indiana attorney on this team. But all of us look at this and said, You know what words going to simply let a jury decide that and I think that's the right way to approach it. You know, when lawyers put big, huge numbers and complaints, I think that just impeaches everyone's credibility. What I'm much more comfortable with them, which I think is much more responsible is simply the lay the case out. So here's what happened here is the effect of his head on Officer Mercer and his family and his life. Lynn let a jury decide and I think that's the way the system designed were very, very comfortable and just handing that over to a jury and letting them tell us What this should mean for Officer motion. Where is the NFL on this? Have they responded it off? No. And in fairness, they have not even been formally served with the complaint. I just filed it yesterday afternoon. Under federal rules of procedure, You can just send it to him and asked them to waive formal service. That will be a decision that they'll have to make. If they say no. Then we'll have to go through the formal service process, so I'm sure they have the complaint. A lot of media outlets have reached out to them and And it's It's filed in the on the court website, so it's available to them, so I'm sure they've seen it. But I think it be fair to to unfair. I should say that to expect them to have much of a detailed response when the thing just got filed yesterday. What would you like to see them? Do Well, it would be nice if they took down. Uh, well, I think it's an incredibly egregious accusation against Officer Mercer. I think they should apologize. And I think they should come to Officer Mercer and and proposed that they make it right. I've spent a lot of time talking about my pillow..

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"rosemary curry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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07:12 min | 1 year ago

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"You guys are so great. And in fact, as we mentioned multiple times on the show today, this is our final Rob Kendall show just duties over there. With the new mark and Rob show getting to be too much. There's some exciting things coming down with that. So this will be our final time. Sundays together here on the Rob Kendall show. We'll get into that a little bit more later on in the program, but again, 9 to 11 weekdays, the mock and rob show. So I've got to give a big tip of the hat to the Indiana state police and give them a tip of the hat for the phenomenal job they did Tuesday evening, laying out the evidence that they collected. In the dish on Reed shooting. And very high level. For those of you who may not be familiar with what with the dish on Reed shooting. Let me just give you a very high level of what we learned from this and then I'll talk a little bit more in depth about this. Um the Sean Reed was a young man who we now have learned was involved. The evidence is very clear involved in not one but two drive by shootings, and we'll talk about that a little bit more later as well, but he was a gentleman who had been involved in not one but two drive by shootings. And was witnessed on I 65 by the chief of police, who is African American, by the way, John Reed. Also African American that'll become a part of this later as well was witnessed by the African American chief of police driving at a very high rate of speed and running someone off the road. And look, if you know what anyone law enforcement, you know, it's super super rare that the chief of police whether it's Indianapolis, caramel of Brownsburg, or anywhere in between gets involved in, you know, actual day to day policing, much less a high speed chase, right? That's just not what they do. They're basically administrators in uniforms. And the chief of police is what we get of this and I'm the guy on the scene. So he, the chief of police begins to pursue to Shawn read at a very high rate of speed. And what we learned from this evidence is the chief in, I believe was the deputy chief of police pursue for a while. Dish on Reed. He gets off of 65, then proceeds to take police through Ah, high speed chase in a high traffic area. And a residential area. And so they let him go on the whole time. He's doing this to Shawn readers. He's filming himself on Facebook. You may have seen it by now. There's a good chance you see, at least part of it. People egging him on saying, You know, I'm saying he's not gonna go get go down for this etcetera paraphrasing. They got together and then at some point when the police believe it's safe, they again. The pursuit. They begin the pursuit. And a short time later, he pulls in behind a business proceeds to exit his vehicle off at officers. Officers plural chase after him, and then he's involved in a police action shooting. And it is very clear from the evidence that the police the state, the Indianapolis Police Department, officer Mercer was the officer involved in the shooting and from this investigation that my Indiana state police that these officers acted appropriately. Because what we learned from the evidence was that this officer did everything in his power to attempt to resolve the situation without violence. They let him go when they thought there was. There could be a chance of an accident or somebody could get injured. They let him go. They then began pursuit again when they believed it was safe. They chased him on foot and the evidence that comes out. It's crystal clear. In this investigation through ballistic evidence is that Officer Mercer tracks to Shawn Read down, shoots him with a Taser in an attempt to de escalate the situation and get it under control when he shoots to Shawn read with the Taser is when to Shawn read goes to the ground has a gun in his waistband, pulls the gun out attempts to turn over as he's been shot to fire a shot does fire a shot at the officer, and that's when he was killed by the officer in question. Officer. Mercer did everything he could to attempt to de escalate the situation and on Lee used deadly force when his own life was threatened. We know this because there's actually this is phenomenal all the evidence that came out in the dish on reach shooting. There's a still photo off the bullets off Officer Mercer and to Shawn Read Crossing in real time. This is amazing. Like screw CIA, sire. All these other TV dramas. This is This was a amazing lesson in police investigations in forensics, etcetera. You could actually see the bullets. Crossing each other in real time. There's no doubt there's video evidence of this taking place. There's forensic evidence. There's acoustic evidence. There's video evidence. There's everything possible to show what happened here and the officer officer Mercer. Did his job. Now. All of that being said. A tip of the cap is we started this segment to the Indiana State police because they went to pain staking lengths. To find the truth, and it seems like when they found the truth. They looked a second way to find the truth. And they looked a third way to find the truth. They knew the ramifications of this investigation, and they left no stone unturned. I watched. I mean, I guess it ended up being an hour and a half between the prosecute prosecutor's announcement that no charges were going to be brought from the grand jury will get to that in a second. I watched that And then I watched the entire state police investigation and kudos to the Indiana state Police for having this press conference to lay out in the name of transparency every basically every major piece of evidence that they had So that we, the public could see what they gave to the prosecutor to be delivered to the grand jury. Now you don't know what exactly is given to the grand jury because that secret, But they said, Look, here's the evidence that we turned over. Here's what we gave to to her. The prosecutor, Rosemary Curry, and and this is what this is. This is what we know. So a great job. I mean, it was a huge win. Now, This is a horrific event. It's tragic. It's tragic. What happened and somebody lost their life and a police officer who is very clear, acted appropriately in many ways has had his life completely turned upside down and what he's had to deal with the past several months dealing with the grand jury investigation, etcetera. But this was a fascinating It was a fasting event and a total win for transparency in seeing how this investigation was put forward, and this is not something that that is normally done in terms of revealing all this, But the state police knew the importance of what they were doing. And they knew that this is going to be a controversial decision whether the grand jury came back with indictments or or not, And so they did this in the name of transparency, and we're all better for it, and that's what we shouldn't. Want from our government, right?.

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06:00 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary curry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I mean, that's amazing because we love our country. That is how much we love our country and our veterans. Thank you, though seriously, for your contributions to this country there. Everything is very much appreciated everything that our veterans do. We appreciate it. I told you that you need to play patriotic music today, and I think we're going to do that, right. We can handle it. Let's let's go. OK. And also you have announcement. Yeah, there was a decision came down and the course that Shawn read shooting. Yesterday. No charges will be filed and I got to say, Look, it was incredibly compelling Television toe Watch yesterday as The prosecutor made her announcement. But then the state police did. An absolutely incredible job of taking you step by step through what happened. There is no way Any logical person who was interested in the truth could watch the very professional thorough way they laid out what happened and not believe the grand jury came to the correct Conclusion. I mean, it was unbelievable and the thing everybody needs to Remember about what happened because I watched from when it started all the way until the final question was asked. And right at the very end, the most important thing That came out about this. Somebody asked. He was he being to Sean Reid was a suspect in not one but two drive by shootings. Wow! And they said the casings from his gun. Matched those at the scene and he's on Facebook. He photographed himself on Facebook doing it anyway. Wow, This was a very, very dangerous person who did very, very dangerous things. And when you look at the preponderance of the evidence, the step by step photographic And ballistic evidence. They were so thorough that they had the cops, the office officer Mercer's bullet and his bullet crossing each other. See that's in Sloman in a still photograph of the bullets literally crossing each other. It was an incredibly Compelling job done by the Indiana state police. It's obviously took this very, very serious and they went to the ends of the Earth to show what Happened? It was incredibly compelling television. Well, I know everybody was sort of bracing themselves for this announcement yesterday, and I know like you texted me yesterday evening. And you're, like, Be careful on your way into work in the morning because you know if you look downtown right now, everything is boarded up. All the windows of all the businesses around the circle are boarded up, prepared and braced for total chaos and ma'am, and I don't know. I mean, we talked about this this morning is the reason that people did not get violent and crazy last night because of what you just said, which is that the evidence was just so compelling. There was no arguing it or was it because of the weather? I don't know. I think there were a bevy of issues Abdul and he's been saying this for months, and and I'm paraphrasing, But he said here, But is this really the hill? You want to die on? This guy was not that hill, right? I mean, of all the things of all the things you could be upset about again. I'm telling you if you haven't had a chance, because I know all the news agencies in the city streamed it pretty much in real time. I'm sure you'll go back to their Facebook pages and watch it. I would encourage after 11 a.m. everybody to go back and do this If you have any Doubt. I mean, and they answered questions. They didn't duck or dodge. You know, real time. Let's go. Let's roll answering these questions. This this this officer, the last thing he wanted to do. It's very clear. He took every step to try to resolve this issue without violence. And the on ly time His weapon was fired was when his own life was threatened at a very, very close range. Wow. Well, so, so that's that now, one issue one thing I didn't want to say one thing that stood out to me, and I've heard this from a variety of people. And Abdul and I talked about this before we went on the air. You were in the studio. When we talked about this. I do have an issue with the process. The special prosecutor Rosemary Curry. She was in tears as she was making this announcement. And look, I get that things get emotional. But our justice system hinges on prosecutors being able to separate themselves and their emotional involvement from this, and I didn't think that was a good look. Because our jobs society their job is to give us a society the hard, cold facts without emotion, the justice system. Is blind, and I thought the fact that she got pretty emotionally involved in this to the point of tears. What did she say? Did she address her own tears? I think a lot of it. No, I think a lot of it wasn't Abdul and I talked about this. She you know she is African American. She has young kids. I think they may be close in age to what he was so On some level can understand that. But the justice system exists on the people who decide what now she didn't decide whether or not to file charges. She presented the evidence to the grand jury, but getting an UN emotional In an emotional the ability to un emotionally present this evidence to the grand jury because their job, you know? Well, you don't know this because you don't get to be a juror, but But the job of a juror is to take it UN emotional look because we want the truth to come out. We want justice to be served not emotional justice one way or another. But the truth, so that would be the only thing I took away from this was I don't think that was a great look. And I didn't like that. But like we don't know how she presented the evidence. It may have been completely professional and straight. I understand that, But what I'm saying is when that's the you're the you're out in public, right?.

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06:23 min | 1 year ago

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"College news, music, culture and NPR. For Southern California. It's six o'clock. Good morning. Jill Biden's messages. Nothing's going to stop us now. The president elect says he's moving forward with the transition, even though President Trump refuses to concede its morning edition from NPR news. Coming up. A former Republican congressman talks about the risks that his party may face If Trump keeps on. I'm Noelle King and I'm David Green. Biden said. His election win was a great day for American educators so water Biden's plans Also going to visit North Minneapolis, a place that has seen firsthand why people of color are more likely to die from things like heart disease and Cove it they also have a model for how to confront this. It is Wednesday, November 11th, the actor Leonardo DiCaprio turns 46 years old today. News is next. Bye from NPR News on Corvin Coleman. President elect Joe Biden is largely downplaying the Trump administration's refusal to cooperate with Biden's White House transition team. NPR's asthma, Holland has more President Trump still refuses to concede the election. He continues his unsubstantiated accusations of voter fraud. Biden insists his transition is moving along fine despite President Trump's behavior. But he was asked by reporters how he intends to work with Republicans in Congress, given that even Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell has yet to acknowledge his wind. I think that The whole Republican Party has been put in a position with a few notable exceptions of Being Miley intimidated by the sitting president. Despite Biden's generally upbeat tone, he did say that he thinks the president's unwillingness to admit defeat is frankly an embarrassment. Asma Khalid NPR news In the past 10 days, more than one million new Corona virus cases have been reported in the U. S. Johns Hopkins University says yesterday more than 136,000 new cases were reported. The number of people hospitalized with Cove in 19 has jumped to more than 61,000 people. A grand jury in Indiana has decided not to indict and Indianapolis police officer the black officer fatally shot a 21 year old black man during a foot chase. From member station W F Y I, Jill Sheridan has more Trey John Reed was killed six months ago following a police chase that he streamed live on Facebook during private proceedings. A grand jury determine there was not sufficient evidence to charge Officer Does your Mercer with a crime? Special prosecutor Rosemary Curry became emotional as she spoke at a press conference. This has not been an easy task, and it's been a very heavy burden. Indiana State. Please give a detailed review of their evidence, including camera footage and audio analysis of the shots fired. The family is disputed claims that Reed fired at Mercer, a small group of protesters gathered in downtown Indianapolis after the decision. For NPR News. I'm Jill Chardin. Pro democracy. Legislators in Hong Kong have resigned as a group. Earlier today, Chinese lawmakers suddenly passed a resolution. This lets Beijing bypassed courts in Hong Kong and remove lawmakers who support Hong Kong's independence. NPR's Emily Fang reports, lawmakers who resigned in mass acted after form or of their allies were expelled from the legislature in Hong Kong. China's rubber stamp parliament passed a resolution allowing Beijing to unseat Hong Kong politicians who support Hong Kong independence before ousted today had already been banned from reelection. NPR's Emily Fang, This is NPR and 604. I'm Cherry Glaser. With Casey ar W News, Can l. A officials remove and elected sheriff. That's what County lawyers have been asked to look into after the board of Supervisors past emotion yesterday. It's the latest power struggle between Sheriff Alex Villanueva and county leaders who say he's failed to crack down on deputy gangs, Fatal shootings and misbehavior case here. W bench Man. Gottlieb has the details. Unlike a police chief who is appointed the sheriff of County or any California county, for that matter, is an elected official. But in the case of Sheriff Vienna Wave, some county leaders say he has abused his power. It includes Supervisor Hilda Solis. Despite to oversight bodies, Inspector General and Civilian Oversight Commission the sheriff continues to impede and thwart any resemblance of oversight or independent investigations into their operations and a 3 to 2 vote, The supervisors approved a motion that asks county staff to explore how they could remove or restrict A sitting sheriff. Supervisor Janice Hahn cast one of the two no votes, she argues, This decision should be left up to the voters. They're used to electing the sheriff. They don't like the fact that we're going to remove that from them. Villanueva is up for re election in 2022, he told Katie Lay that Some members of the board are threatening the democratic process in Los Angeles. I think that decision should always rest with borders the democratic process, and we should honor the institution that try Tio somehow dismantle some possible changes include augmenting the county's code or charter and also lobbying in Sacramento to change sheriffs from elected positions to appointed ones. Her case here. W I'm Benjamin Gottlieb U C L. A nurse's air demanding the University of California hospitals notify frontline workers when they've been exposed to the corona virus and guarantee timely access to testing. Nurses say. While members of the football team have access to daily rapid testing, they do not. Some also say they've been denied testing even after possible exposure. Valerie E. 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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Kirk darling, Here's what's trending at 90 to the grand jury's decision is to not indict the indie police officer who shot and killed Rae John Reed on May 6th after a change to believe that justice was done because I trust our system, I trust our judicial system. Special prosecutor Rosemary Curry says she's empathetic to both sides, The Reid family and the cop who may have had no choice. Lieutenant Jeff Hart Herring with E State police says they can't decide whether or not who it was who fired first. What we could say is that I think definitively say that Mr Reid fire two shots at the scene, he says 15 rounds in total were fired between Reed and the police officers, Mayor Joe Hogg said says this ends the criminal review of the interaction but does not heal the divide. Congressman Andre Carson calls the decision a lack of accountability. Senator Mike Braun says there's no rush for President Trump to concede defeat to President elect Joe Biden. Eric Berman report isn't going as far as some Republicans who claimed without evidence that there was vote fraud. But Ron says Trump's attempts to challenge results in several states deserves time to play out, he says that's what's needed for everyone to accept the results. Eric Berman 93 IBC Mobile, a $10,000 reward being offered as Thie family displaced by a fire on the North side looks for the person who set their house on fire or just off of 91st Street. On Monday, the arsonist was caught on a home surveillance camera. You can see that video at dot com students suspended at Indiana University for partying after I used Gwyn over Michigan last Saturday. Are you spokesman shut? Carney says The school is not looking to punish students but is looking to keep people safe. A short week for the Indianapolis Colts says they have the Tennessee Titans tomorrow night. Excited. I mean, obviously, this is this is gonna be incredibly tough. Team. We're going up against a great offense that can obviously not only run the ball that has very good passing attack as well. Head coach Frank Reich kickoff tomorrow a little before 8 30 traffic.

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02:41 min | 1 year ago

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"Mobile news on the level on the go, making the best out of what she calls a difficult situation. Cloudy and 46 degrees on Monument Circle. Today's high 52 on John Herrick. Here's What's trending at 6 31. The grand jury's decision and Indianapolis is not to indict Officer Dodge or Mercer, the any police officer who shot and killed Rayshawn read on May 6th after a chase. I have to believe that justice was done because I trust our system. I trust our judicial system. Special prosecutor Rosemary Curry says she's empathetic to both sides. The Reid family and the cop who may have had no choice about 100 people showed up to protest that ruling Tuesday night. This protester with a message for Reed's family, I agree with you, but I don't know how you will ever be able to get through. I hope Andy 10. Black lives, matter says they'll be out protest Ng again tonight Pope Francis promising to end sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. The pontiff made his pledge today his first since the release of a report on how the Vatican handled the case of former US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who served as the archbishop of Washington, D. C. The report found that McCarrick had been promoted by Pope John Paul, the second despite rumors of sexual abuse. Just one of a Siri's of failings concerning the Cardinal Joe Biden is the president elect and president Trump is contesting the elections results but to Georgia Senate races could determine the balance of power. Democrat John Assaraf versus Republican Senator David Perdue and Senator Kelly Leffler versus Democrat Raphael Warnock Vice President Mike Pence expected in Georgia next week to give the Senators of push. Meanwhile, Stacey Abrams has already raised $6 million for the Den's Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer hitting out Flor and Purdue calling on the Georgia secretary of state to resign As Fox's Marianne Rafferty reporting today is veteran's day in our nation's capital. The wreath laying will still take place at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery and other memorials such as the Vietnam War Memorial, Korean Memorial and much more. I'm John Harris on the level on the going on Twitter at 93. W. Y. B C and W II be si dot com. This isn't something the end of business radio. I'm Gary. Pick the pandemic is not slowing down. One Indiana third party logistics firm, Far from it in Indianapolis. Space spot Freight, which just last year expanded its downtown Indianapolis headquarters is now looking to have 200 sales and related positions in Indiana co founder and president Andrew Elstner says technology is driving growth. The stuff we're doing today, with very so much like a ride, hailing app connecting drivers.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Go focusing on the facts 74 Sonny, I'm shy, likable in Here's what's trending at 10 03 whether or not an indie metro Lise officer will be charged in the May 6th shooting of Dre. Sean Reed will likely be up to a grand jury. Chris Davis reports. A grand jury will be the most impartial way to decide if the officer did anything wrong, says special prosecutor Rosemary Curry. She says her team do their best to be completely impartial and only work with the facts in their investigations. Impartiality extends to the use of outside experts to maintain an investigation free from any perceived potential conflicts of interest, she says. Be patient. The truth takes time. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C Mobile NEWS Bloomington is cracking down on large gatherings. Eric Berman reports. Monroe County already limits gatherings to 50 people if you're not in a restaurant bar. Other business Mayor John Hamilton is lowering that cap to 15 are you President Michael Mugrabi warned students. The university will cancel in person classes, big student parties or to ignore social distancing continue. Eric Berman. 93 c mobile news, another fatal shooting, and, indeed, this time on the East side on north Baltimore terrorists that's near Baltimore and Orchard Avenues. It happened just before 2 30 this morning. The victim was taken to the hospital and later died. If you know anything about the shooting, you're asked to contact Crime stoppers. It's.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"On the go to instill unquestioning faith, she says isolated showers and storms Saturday a slight chance of a storm on race day. I'm staying. Lear. Here's what's trending. This hour. A grand jury will be asked to consider whether a police officer will be charged in the shooting of Dre. Shawn read Chris Davis reports. A grand jury will be the most impartial way to decide if the officer did anything wrong, says special prosecutor Rosemary Curry. She says her team do their best to be completely impartial and only work with the facts in their investigations. Impartiality extends to the use of outside experts to maintain an investigation free from any perceived potential conflicts of interest, he says. Be patient. The truth takes time. Chris Davis 93. W I B C Mobile news they suspensions and how you got the attention of limited Mayor John Hamilton, who is limiting private gatherings to 15 people Still a limit of 104 bars set by Monroe County Health Order, So we're trying to focus on where we see that Risk. All 33 drivers took advantage of one last Indy 500 practice session Friday afternoon. Josef Newgarden will start 13 You have a good game plan? Make sure you look at the small things that could that could catch us out. But I felt like our show car was good. I think Team Chevy has done an amazing job. Ray starts at 2 30 Sunday afternoon. Listen, Live here on 93. W I. B. C On the level of the go on Twitter at 93. W. A. B C and W II be si.

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"Quebec remain without power. After Tropical Storm Lisa Yes worked his way up the eastern coast that storm now blamed for at least 1/2 dozen deaths. America is listening to Fox News like www. PC Mobile News on the level on the go. She knows the details. Partly cloudy 73 on the circle on Rod Connick. Here's what's trending at 102 Sean Reid's mother received the autopsy report the detail in her son's death and the shooting that happened back in May and Reid's mother, Dimitri Wind, got that report Wednesday morning. John Herrick. Reed was shot and killed by an I A P D officer. May 6th. I m P D. Says that officer shot back it read after Reed fired at them while it was streamed on Facebook, the special prosecutor in the case, Rosemary Curry, from Madison County, says the family attorney has to obey confidentiality requirements. John Herrick, 93 w. Y V C Mobile news Police in Johnson County, looking for an SUV involved in a heat run early this morning that sent two teenagers to a hospital with serious injuries. Yes. About 4 30 this morning, We had a report of two kids that were struck on first Hill Road. Greenwood Police assistant chief Matt Filling Worth says They were hit by a dark colored Chevy traverse there now looking for the SUV that has front end damage, traffic and weather up next. It's one of The odds of a young girl being discovered by industry insider while singing to herself pumping gas one and 300 million. The eyes of a daughter of a clergyman from seven. Maryland spending 11 weeks at number one of the U. S single starts, 1 19 million. The eyes of going on to win seven Grammy Awards one and 1.4 million thie eyes of selling over 40 million records. 1 800,000 Thie ves of this musician and performer, having a child diagnosed with autism, one and 68..

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