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Sacramento Police Officers Hospitalized After Protesters Spray Them With Irritant

Purity Products

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Sacramento Police Officers Hospitalized After Protesters Spray Them With Irritant

"Police are prompting more violence against cops. Anti cop sentiment spreading nationwide Sacramento police declared an unlawful assembly after protesters threw rocks and then hurt for officers with a liquid irritant. A similar attack taking place in New York City, a suspect throwing a chemical on an officer after being pulled over. We're running a red light. He then threw a Molotov cocktail before being arrested boxes. Actually,

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Sacramento police investigate homicide near McClatchy Park

Tom Sullivan

00:23 sec | 6 months ago

Sacramento police investigate homicide near McClatchy Park

"Is dead. Another wounded after a shooting in Sacramento happened late last night. A Sacramento police responded to a report of gunshots near McClancy Park. When they arrived, they found one man dead at the scene. Police later found a second victim, who was treated at a nice area hospital for a non life threatening gunshot wound Victims. Identities have not been released. Sacramento police are treating the shooting as a homicide and an investigation is underway.

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Sacramento mall shooting leaves at least 1 dead, 1 wounded: reports

WIOD Programming

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

Sacramento mall shooting leaves at least 1 dead, 1 wounded: reports

"Sacramento, California on Black Friday. One person was killed. Another person wounded officers arrived on scene They located two victims of the shooting. One victim was transported to a local hospital. This so far listening critical condition. The other victim pronounced dead on the scene. Sacramento police Public Information Officer Karl Con You're listening to a be seen it

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Defunding the police

The KFBK Morning News

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Defunding the police

"Abbott announced plans to freeze property taxes in cities that vote to defund there. Police departments. This comes after Austin officials voted last week to cut the city's police budget by by a a third third and and shipped shipped those those funds funds to to Social Social Services Services haven't haven't argued argued that that defending defending police police forces forces in in danger danger citizens citizens from from city city should should not not then then be able to raise taxes on well, This is not a difficult math problem to figure out if you do fun. Police departments get guess what police officers do. I believe this is a growing trend in in America today. The mayor of Los Angeles have proposed cutting the police budget there by $150 million in Colorado. There's a bill that would allow police officers to be sued. Sergeant Rob Pride is with the Fraternal Order of police, and he's a patrol sergeant in Colorado. Here's what he told ABC Action News in Tampa. There's officers in my department better Talking about wanting to get out of law enforcement early. That's just in his department. We just did a story about how San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department is looking for someone 100 officers, right, right, And that's a big No, no, that's that's a lot of that's a lot of need. Okay, that's that's just there. OK in in our neck of the woods. Then you talk about Colorado and you go across the country in fact, There's an outfit out there called the Police Executive Research Forum. They have reported that 63% of departments nationwide saw a decrease in applicants in the last five years. Okay, so this is a trend that goes back pre pandemic. In the last five years, people applying to be officers has been dropping significantly. Sergeant Pride says The recent efforts to defund police Department's that's only made matters worse will be relegated to B, a reactive police forces with no additional programs and no additional interaction other than To enforce the law in a rest. You know that's not a profession. I want to be a part of So Aubrey Aquino made some phone calls for us on this yesterday and talked to the folks at the Sacramento Police Department. And they say they have not seen a drop off that it's remained consistent both in applications and a number of officers retiring over the years. The requirements to be a police officer have gotten more stringent. I mean, more officers are required, especially if they're going to be moving up the ranks, toe have college degrees or additional training. So that was happening pre pandemic right And then after the pandemic and the riots and moved to defund, a lot of them are just saying, You know what? I'm I'm a year away from retirement. I've got a lot of time on the books for sick time and leave amount, and then you're in Colorado and they say, Way to say I could get sued. Wait, wait a minute here. I don't know if I want. I want it, Za tren. It's a disturbing trend just because communities need law enforcement at some point Let's

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These are the police use-of-force changes Sacramento officials are proposing

Pat Walsh

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

These are the police use-of-force changes Sacramento officials are proposing

"The Sacramento city council is considering an update to the city's use of force policy councilman Larry Carr says it includes three additions to current guidelines it bans the carotid Shoko it bans no knock narcotics search warrants and because we're only going police officer training among other things do no harm every race and society training Sacramento police chief Daniel Hahn says he supports those changes a lot of it we already do and some of its more recent like we did away with the carotid hold a couple weeks ago so I think these are good things that one we always look at what we do and how can we get better and to that they do it in a public way so people know what's going on the goal is to increase transparency and accountability in the city's continuing effort to build trust between the community and the police department city council will discuss the matter at next week's meeting

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Police Shootings: The Data and the Damage Done

Science Vs

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Police Shootings: The Data and the Damage Done

"It's been five years since the high profile shootings of several unarmed black teenagers and men which launched the black lives matter movement. Thousands of people protested saying cops a using unnecessary force. The death sparked national debate. About what exactly was going on in in police departments with some saying this is a systemic problem and other saying no that's not right. A recent Pew survey found that around around forty percent of the public and about two-thirds of offices interviewed thought that these deaths were just quote isolated incidents this whole anti-police rhetoric is based on a lie. There is no data. There's no research that proves any of that nonsense none but despite this police departments have been doing all kinds of things to respond to the deaths and the protests police departments are employing. A new tactic body mounted video camera. Sacramento Police Department has been doing implicit bias. Training officers and recruits are required to attend an eight hour implicit bias. Course course meanwhile it feels like we're still seeing a lot of black people being killed at the hands of police like just a few weeks ago. Brad Attach Yana. Jefferson was shot in her home in Texas. Jefferson had been playing video games with her eight year old nephew. She was gunned down right in front of him so today on the show. What can you research tell us about police shootings in the US? And what can police departments be doing to save. Lives do implicit bias. Training Body Cams actually help when it comes to police shootings there are a lot of opinions. But then there's science okay so when you want to know the science of what is happening with all these police shootings you have to know that. We don't have good data here as no official database that tallies all the people in the US who was shot and killed by police so without officials stats media organizations like The Washington Post have started counting. And here's what they found about a thousand people in the US a killed by police each year. Roughly half of those don't have a gun and while all white people do get killed by cops your two to three times more likely to be killed by police in the US. If you're black an every researcher that we spoke told us that this wasn't just on the cops so for example is difference is partly explained by the fact that because of the history of this country black people are more likely to live in places with gun violence and cops a more likely to be assigned to these neighborhoods. So when idea is that if a lot of cops are interacting and with more black people than white people in the rare times that cops do draw their weapons. There's a greater chance that the person on the other end of the barrel will be black eh but lots of people in the. US think that something else is going on here to racial bias or racism among cops ups. So how widespread is that what feels like a messy and politically charged. Question can actually be answered with science. Hi My name is Jennifer Eberhardt and I work at Stanford. University Jennifer is a professor of social psychology. The and in two thousand fourteen. She started working with the Oakland police. Department to analyze their data on stops and searches and she was basically asking the question. But when you look at the data cops stopping and searching more black people. She looked at more than twenty thousand stops from five hundred police officers and she said there was a clear pattern. They stopped way. More African Americans in the same was true for the searches and when they when when they did the searches like what did they find. Were black people like more likely to have weapons or drugs no no. They weren't in Oakland Oakland. Black men was searched four times more often than white men despite the fact they would know more likely to have weapons or drugs. The white guys a similar trend was found for Latinos. And this isn't just Oakland. One big study published just the analyzed. Almost a hundred million police stops from twenty eight different states all across the the US and they found similar patents and these differences. They often stuck around. Even after you control for the crime rate

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Police say anti-vaccine activist assaulted author of California vaccine law

Marketplace

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Police say anti-vaccine activist assaulted author of California vaccine law

"And anti vaccine activists admitted to physically are costing state senator Richard hand near the capitol in Sacramento today shoving him from behind while live streaming the incident on Facebook Austin Bennett was cited by Sacramento police for misdemeanor assault and released senator pan who has authored legislation to restrict vaccine exemptions was on heard the pan says he's a rast practically daily on social media by anti vaccine activists including Bennett we got to tone down the rhetoric and those who engage in center that rhetoric that they should not be given a platform because assaulting a public official is essentially the next logical outcome of the violent and inciting language then it made a failed bid to unseat pen in twenty eighteen and has filed a recall petition

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"sacramento police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of healing and showing the family not only are long fish me but as a community at large for the sacrifice not only of tara but over tire family they're very very proud of the fact that we saw and we're very crowded she served our community that of course is sacramento police chief daniel on speaking there are bethany you can see we have now some of the officials lined up in front of the stage in the bagpipes have stopped listen in this is continuing coverage of the memorial service of sacramento police officer charles sullivan on news ninety three point one k of k all right there's a a low in the service right now as the officials step up to the stage right now and would you have kathy k's mike blunt who has been there all morning for us he said that he's seen units from san francisco san pablo union city in berkeley arriving and he is there now we understand and we're able to chat with him mike are you inside where are you stationed exactly so i'm still outside of the church bethany at such a packed house in there that there's not much room except for standing room they've been turning away people at the door and advising them to go to destiny church which is just around the corner from here to for the overflow crowd this church here bayside church's adventure campus seats about two thousand eight hundred people what i understand they have met that criteria so and i know earlier you spoke with chaplin mindy russell and she was just talking about how officer sullivan's family has been holding up today what sense did you get from chaplain russell well i get the sense that she has spoken with the family and that she you know is doing everything she can to help them cope with this you know obviously a horrible tragedy the tap into them she says something like this happens it's very overwhelming of course and it will probably take the few days to be able to process everything that's going on today what kinds of things will the department will chaplain russell be doing for the family just in the coming days and weeks to help the family through this very difficult time well of course they'll be doing different outreaching talking to them counseling faith counseling that kind of thing they're also offering that to any of the sacramento police officers who have been affected by this tragedy as well you know mike i think to if i remember right listening to chaplain russell earlier this morning one of your reports she talked about the fact that this is an opportunity for law enforcement to put a face on this a human Face. They're about to do that now. Let's go to the service right now. Okay. You were we're about to hear from captain. Dennis joy. I am captain Dennis joy what they Sacramento police department. On behalf of our organization as well as tards family. Like to welcome you all. thank you for coming together to join us as we honor and celebrate the extraordinary life of sark mono police officer tara sullivan badge three four nine today is about tara we honor her we remember her we celebrate her and most importantly we recognize the ultimate sacrifice she paid and the sacrifices for family has paid To the Osceola and family Dennis Kelly. Krista and Justin. Thank you for sharing Tara with us. Tara was our family? You are all our family. And we will always be here for you. to our law enforcement brothers and sisters who have traveled from near and far Thank you for joining us today. Your collective showing of support and solidarity has been a tremendous source of comfort for us. We need it tars family needs it. And we know that you will continue to be a source of strength for all of us. I want to take a moment to acknowledge and thank the contributions of the entire staff. Your bayside adventure church who has graciously opened their doors and provided this beautiful venue for us to properly honor Tara, most notably. Jim mcnally. ben eastland rick perez and calvin chang thank you for your tireless efforts and countless hours spent making today's special our police department values this strong partnership and we've forever we are forever grateful for your unwavering generosity and support with that said of lifetime by bayside pastor bob ballion to come up and provide some welcoming remarks All right. Bob value in the pastor of midtown for basing. on behalf of all seven of our campuses at bayside church like to welcome all of you to our bayside adventure campus were so glad you're here also on behalf of all of our pastors in all of our staff i'd like to think of all of law enforcement in our region but in particular today like to think the sacrimento city police department My friend chief haunt my friend Kenny Bernard and everyone throughout the organization. It's always been this way. fifty one of my fifty five long years in the heart of the city of sacramento and when trouble hits and bullets fly the population at large runs for cover as well they should but the city of sacramento police department has run to that danger for benefit your courage and your bravery are to be commended and unquestioned the essence of that courage and bravery were captured in both the life of tara in the death of tara and so to the assad family i say this all of the churches in our region at sacramento have been praying for you fervently you have all of our resources at disposal and beyond that however you decide to further tars honor and further her legacy we obey side both supports you in would resource that with you so please take us up on that my prayer for you personally is that the peace of god the transcends all human understanding would rest on all of you and at the peace of god would rest on our region as well thank you for being here.

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Sacramento police say bodycam footage shows officer ambushed

Hugh Hewitt

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Sacramento police say bodycam footage shows officer ambushed

"Services for sacramento police officer tara sullivan will be heard thursday sullivan was fatally shot during a domestic violence call wednesday night as she and other officers helped unidentified woman packer belongings from a garage in north sacramento sacramento police chief daniel hahn tells reporters his officers did all they could during a standoff in which they were outgunned this was an ambush style tack sacramento police officers last out the most dangerous trying circumstances Our officers before. meanwhile the sacramento police have been criticized for a forty five minute delay in reaching wounded comrade but officials said late friday she was shot several times in one of the wounds was non survivable meanwhile suspected gunman is due in court monday on suspicion of murder attempted murder and possessing to illegal assault rifles

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Body cam footage shows police officer ambushed with heavy gunfire

Larry Kudlow

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Body cam footage shows police officer ambushed with heavy gunfire

"Another police officer killed this time in Sacramento, rookie officer Tara Sullivan, killed in an ambush officials. They're decrying the high powered weapons and ammo used killing the officer despite her wearing body armor officers utilize their bulletproof vests, or their hand held ballistic shields. They would have been killed these pieces of equipment, do not protect against high powered rifle rounds. This was an ambush style attack on Sacramento, police officers that lasted for our Sacramento police chief Daniel

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Officer, Training Officer And Tara Sullivan discussed on Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Officer, Training Officer And Tara Sullivan discussed on Ben Shapiro

"A northern California rookie police officer was killed during a domestic violence, call twenty six year old Sacramento police officer Tara Sullivan, graduated from the academy less than seven months ago, she responded with our training officer Wednesday night to help woman, escape and alleged domestic violence situation. What enter the home began firing

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"sacramento police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Was shot and killed in an overnight standoff in north Sacramento Catholic as my blunt is live on the scene this morning with very latest for us, Mike, a lengthy standoff between Sacramento police department and a man is over with this morning. But unfortunately have confirmed that female officer was shot while assisting on a domestic violence call that preceded. That standoff deputy chief day lettuce during a news conference early Thursday that twenty six year old Tara O'Sullivan died at UC Davis, medical center, hours after a gunman opened fire on her while assisting the woman while removing belongings from a home. There are no word, convey, the depth of sadness. We feel. For how, how heartbroken we are for our family of our young brave officer. Police also say the shooter was armed with a rifle and kept officers pinned down for more than forty minutes while the officer Lee wounded in a yard, an armored vehicle rescued her, and she was taken to a hospital where she later died suspect, surrendered just before two AM says there are no words to explain how heartbroken the department is the men and women of our department will continue to do our jobs to protect the community, and we will draw from the strength and courage of Tara, our hearts are with tars family whose pain can hardly be imagined. I spoke with a neighbor about what's happened here. He says it's not the first time a domestic situation has got out of control. Is unfortunately that this had to have, you know, the way played out say miss zone bed, and I believe, you know, just to Ted bit, a communication, you'd be surprised kids solve a lot of a lot of misunderstanding so speak. The suspect has not yet been identified. We don't know his relationship to the woman officers were trying to help hopefully, some of that information will be released later today out there this morning, just more. Investigators out there just looking for evidence. Yeah. More investigators coming and going Christina. I've see probably about in the neighborhood of six or seven police cars are still here officers walking all around the neighborhood canvassing the area, I think they're looking for shell casings any kind of evidence that they can take in all right. Thank you very much, Mike, as many as two thousand shared scooters bikes could be in Sacramento next month as rideshare companies wanted to expand in Sacramento. Jennifer Wyatt transportation planning manager, says one of the four companies that is applied was already approved and ready to go. One thousand one hundred seventy devices on inner city, Sacramento, that includes both bikes and scooters, and we expect to other operators to the operator here in the city, and a couple of weeks, the three other companies that have applied bird lime and spin, a new report on the homeless crisis comb, TV in Seattle is produced a very powerful report on the disease and blight that has taken off the streets of Los Angeles. Komo's based up in Seattle. They already produced a fantastic documentary on their own city called Seattle is dying. They followed that up with a report called paradise lost homelessness in Los Angeles. It's getting a lot of attention across the country. It is reported by a narrative. Narrated by KOMO TV news anchor Eric Johnson. Here's a short clip from their report, again, this is about Los Angeles.

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Sacramento police officer shot and killed; suspect standoff ends

Investor's Edge

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Sacramento police officer shot and killed; suspect standoff ends

"Disturbance, call in Sacramento leads to the. The death of a female police officer shot while other officers trying to help a woman collect personal belongings, so she could leave her home. Police say the shooter was armed with a rifle and kept officers down for over forty minutes, while the wounded officer lay in the yard. She was rescued by an armored vehicle but died at a nearby hospital. The

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"sacramento police" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Iheartradio station. On targets US drone. I'm Carmen Roberts flunks news. The US navy says an Iranian surface to air missiles shot down a US thrown in international airspace. Over the straits of Hormuz today, the downing the high altitude drone comes as the US, and Iran longhorns over the Iran alleged attacks on several oil tankers in two separate incidents. President Trump reveals the Justice department is investigating whether intelligence agencies ease drops on his personal. Telephone calls during the twenty sixteen presidential election. The fact is they were spying on my campaign using agencies to tell agencies to do it going after page in popadopoulos, and probably others. I'm trying to trying to find out whether or not they actually listened it on my calls. That'll be the that would be the ultimate. We'll see what happens president speaking last night on. Fox's Hannity, a Sacramento police officer dies after being shot yesterday while responding to a domestic disturbance when she was shot. She was in the backyard. They cannot get to her because that suspect continued shooting, Vance Chandler with a Sacramento police department responding officers, they took extreme measures to make sure that everybody stays safe because when somebody has a rifle in their firing at police officers, it's a very dangerous situation. They didn't know if this person possibly come out of their house in continue shooting lease presence, by many different departments, Eric Rutger with fucks forty in Sacramento. No word if the gunman has been captured a police memo identifies the slain officer as terra Osceola. And a Chinese court says former INTERPOL president Mang Hong way has confessed to accepting more than two million dollars in bribes and expressed regret for his crawling..

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"sacramento police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Alex Helmick. There's no win here. There's no win here. That's heavier becera. California's attorney general in a lengthy press conference today. Bizarre announced his office would not criminally charged a to Sacramento police officers who shot and killed Steph on Clark, the twenty two year old unarmed black man was shot multiple times in March last year. Well, and he's grandmother's backyard. What officers said they thought was a gun turned out to be a cell phone. Of course, it was a tough call. These are all tough costs. It's never easy, but we have to do the job. That's put before us. That job includes a report from the attorney general's office that outlines the reasons why the shooting was justified he came just days after Sacramento's district. Attorney cleared the officers after the announcement the US department of Justice said it will now examine whether the shooting violated Clark's federal civil rights saver law. Professor Robert Weisberg. Joins us. And professor I want to get to the details of bazaars report. But first, what's your reaction to all this, especially the DOJ getting involved? I was somewhat surprised that the US attorney spoke out at this point. And so quickly after the DA's in the attorney general's decision, but they faded we'll have to do their own investigation and the bar for a federal criminal charges really really high. So I don't think we can predict that this is going to lead to a federal indictment in his review. Sarah said the evidence showed that Clark had committed several unlawful acts, which is why police were called in the first place. And he said Clark didn't follow officers commands, he advanced towards them. He assumed a shooting position in officers believed that they were in danger. There is video of this shooting is that what you see in the video do law enforcement officials just look at this differently. Well, they certainly read cues from suspects in a way. That other people may not because of their experience. The main thing to emphasize is that the standard that has to be met for a state case, and they'd be even more. So for federal cases, really really high. It has to be shown not only that in this case. Mr Clark, did not pose a threat of deadly force. He obviously didn't. But that it was so obvious that he didn't pose a threat of deadly force that it was completely irrational unreasonable will legal jargon would be cops to fear deadly force or violent force from him. And these are very hard cases to win. And there was a criminal prosecutions against the police the Sacramento police say it's still reviewing the officers actions could discipline them but being cleared by the county DA in the state AG must carry weight in that decision. Do you anticipate any department action here attorney general for Sarah already working with chief Han and mayor Steinberg has put out a series of recommendations for reforms within the training protocol for this the Sacramento police, and I think a clear eye towards getting them out around the state, more, generally? So I think it's quite possible that we're gonna see tightening up more training and so on and so on. But that's that's quite independent of any actual legal action against the officers. Do you think the Sarah's report and with what happened with the Sacramento county DA damages a civil case the Clark family has filed a twenty million dollar wrongful death suit, not necessarily? I don't think it would preclude that. And this could be a case that settles at a very large damage number Stanford law, professor Robert Weisberg. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you. I'm Alex Helmick. More on the Stefan Clark at our website. News dot org. I'm.

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California AG sees no grounds for charging police in black man's killing

AP Radio News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

California AG sees no grounds for charging police in black man's killing

"California, attorney general havi air, but thera says no charge. Will be filed against Sacramento police officers who shot and killed an unarmed. Black man, Stefan Clark when confronted shortly after breaking the door. Mr Clark did not follow. Officers commands Sarah says a nearly yearlong investigation shows the officers believed they were in danger turns out Clark had a cell phone in his hand his killing prompted protests in the California state capital. Honestly think that the Clark family can help us all move forward. And I and I hope we can in this to be. Some of the warriors who help us move in interrupt direction. Some eighty people were arrested during a protest last night in the

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"sacramento police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Charge to Sacramento police officers for the shooting death of black man last year. Sarah says the decision follows a nearly year long investigation into the death of twenty two year old Stefan Clark, I wanna be clear. Our investigation was confined solely to an examination of whether the facts of this case were sufficient to establish beyond a reasonable doubt. Whether a crime was committed by the officers, the officers said they mistakenly thought cloth was approaching them with a gun. He had a cell phone. His death sparked intense protests, New York's former mayor will not be running for president Michael Bloomberg said, he was confident he could beat President Trump in the general election. But he said he was clear eyed about the difficulty of winning the democratic nomination in such a crowded field in an editorial for Bloomberg opinion. The former three term mayor city would not run for president. Instead, Bloomberg said he would dedicate himself to the beyond coal campaign. With the aim of retiring, coal fired power plants and the next eleven years and the beyond carbon campaign to move the country away from oil and gas ABC's Aaron Katersky House, Democrats say the White House isn't complying with their requests, the White House, not delivering documents House Democrats requested on how and why the president's son-in-law. Jared Kushner received a security clearance, and then there's the president's tax returns he had promised to release and then didn't house investigators want to know, if the president's financial deals have compromised with foreign governments Democrats think they may face a court fight to get the IRS to release them. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. President Trump says oh, visit Alabama Friday to get a firsthand look at the destruction left by a tornado that's killed at least twenty three people a NASA jet aborted takeoff at Ellington field in Houston and wound up going off the end of the runway today. The FAA says there was some kind of problem. No injuries are reported. The Dow lost thirteen points. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's news.

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80 arrested, including reporter, at police shooting protest

Armstrong and Getty

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

80 arrested, including reporter, at police shooting protest

"Police say a protest over the shooting of an unarmed. Black man by Sacramento police has ended with at least eighty arrests including clergy and a reporter dozens of people stage the March and a wealthy area of the city after prosecutors declined to file charges against police who shot Stefan Clark last March. The officers say they thought the twenty two year old had a gun, but he was holding a cell phone. The district attorney says they will not be charged. The family

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"sacramento police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. Almost one year after Sacramento police shot and killed twenty two year old Stefan Clark, while he was unarmed in his grandmother's backyard the Sacramento district. Attorney announced that the two officers involved will not face criminal charges was a crime committed. There's no question. Human being died. But when we look at the facts and the law, and we follow our ethical responsibility the answer to that question is does officers fired twenty shots at Clark. And the autopsy showed he was hit by at least seven bullets yesterday. I spoke to Tanya phase on she's head of the black lives matter chapter in Sacramento, and I began our conversation by asking her if she saw the DA's argument in making this decision, we have a very weak use of force policy. So I expected her to come out with the announcement that she was not going to file charges against the officers that killed Stefan. Based on the fact that she was following that use of force policy. So yeah, I could see why she came out with that. But it doesn't mean that it's the correct. Announcement that she should have made. She brought up things like that the officers thought that Stefan Clarke had a gun. They may have seen a flash of light from a gun. I mean, these are the kinds of things that you're saying make you understand why she came to this decision. But you're saying it wasn't correct. What helped me understand exactly what I'm saying that the use of force policy is very weak. And it's very subjective. So if you say that you fear for your life, then it validates if you kill somebody. But you can't show physical tools the feared for your life. So she hasn't filed charges on any of the officers because of these types of use of force policies, you're saying it is too easy for a police officer to say I feared for my life. And that that helps them avoid any sort of accountability. Exactly. The district attorney released a lot. I mean there were text messages. There were toxicology reports showing things like marijuana and alcohol and Stefan Clark system. There were other details seeming to show he was afraid of being arrested for domestic violence. I mean, what was it appropriate for the public to learn more about this young man, not those items nothing that didn't pertain to the date of the incident. You know, her saying that they investigated the cell phone saying that she went to the Texan and showing the tax and insane. The name of his children's mother several times publicly, and then, you know, finally saying that he may have tried to or wanted to kill himself and then implying after that that might have been suicide by cop. It was just way too much information. And she didn't just violated his privacy. She violated his family and the mother of his children's privacy. So that was really problematic. Really disrespectful. The is there an argument that she was being totally transparent in a case like this in wanting to show the public everything that she and investigators knew about the man who police were confronting absolutely not she wasn't being transparent because if that was an unbiased investigation, and we would have seen the police officers phone records, and if they have any domestic violence situations, and what can. Drugs were in their system in you know, what was their state of mind? We would have gotten all the information. It would have only pertained to what happened on the eighteenth not anything before that you think it's important for the public to learn much more about these two officers, and I think the public should know everything about these officers. I think every officer that kills somebody especially in a city where it's happening every two to three months, we should be scrutinizing every single thing in their pass because we don't need them on the streets policing as or driving in our neighborhoods. If they're going to be abusive toward us or kill us. You talked about California in your mind, having very weak use of force laws and one of the things to change. It sounds like you have a governor right now who's very open to that. Governor Gavin Newsom issued a statement calling for systemic reforms to the criminal Justice system in the state. What exactly would you like to see happen to the law? I think the main thing that we need to see because a lot of bills are passed in, you know, they move as like, you know, an eighth of an inch closer to where we need to be. But I think what's really important is if we create new policy that attached to each policy are the consequences of what's going to happen. If those policies are violated. So if we get new laws there needs to be consequences attached, and once officers start getting fired or getting charged and convicted for murdering people, then they're not gonna probably kill us as often as they do. But right now, we haven't seen that ever. So I think that's what gives them the green light to go. Go ahead and do what they want. What about the argument you often hear that? If you put too many consequences into the law that it could hamstring police. Causing them to to not be able to do their jobs as effectively to keep neighborhoods safe. I think that's ridiculous. I think that sounds ridiculous every job that you have you have rules. And then there's consequences to those rules if they're broken. And so it shouldn't be any different for them actually should be a higher standard for them. Because one we're paying for their salaries to they are supposed to be the ones defending the law. So I mean, it just doesn't make sense that you know, you would be able to be above the law. If you are also defending the law, could you just talk about this moment in in the movement. I just listen to you and others talk about the law and making changes to the law to try and prevent deaths like this in the future. Is that a new priority or or is there more energy behind changing the law? There's a moment of transition when it comes to the black lives matter movement, and how you respond to killings like this are chapter is more of an abolitionist chapter. We're not reformists, but we understand that you can't change something overnight. So we need to be finding ways and building structures for us to take care of ourselves in our community. So if there's a de-escalation, you know, situation that's happening. Then we need to be relying on each other instead of calling the police, so I think that we need to throw the kitchen sink at this. We all need to be trying to pursue our ideas and fight with everything that we have because not one thing is going to change changes in changing the laws, and they're gonna change it. But it's going to definitely help. Tiny phase on is head of the black lives matter chapter in Sacramento that is where the fun Clark was shot and killed by police last March yesterday Sacramento police arrested eighty.

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"sacramento police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. Almost one year after Sacramento police shot and killed twenty two year old Stefan Clark, while he was unarmed and his grandmother's backyard the Sacramento district. Attorney announced that the two officers involved will not face criminal charges was a crime committed. There's no question. Human being died. But when we look at the facts and the law, and we follow our ethical responsibility the answer to that question is no officers fired twenty shots at Clark. And the autopsy showed he was hit by at least seven bullets yesterday. I spoke to Tanya phase on she's head of the black lives matter chapter in Sacramento, and I began our conversation by asking her if she saw the DA's argument in making this decision, we have a very weak use of force policy. So I expected her to come out with the announcement that she was not going to file charges against the officers that killed Stefan. Based on the fact that she was falling that use of force policy. So yeah, I could see why she came out with that. But it doesn't mean that it's the correct. Announcement that she should have made. She brought up things like that the officers thought that Stefan Clarke had a gun that they may have seen a flash of light from a gun. I mean, these are the kinds of things that you're saying make you understand why she came to this decision. But you're saying it wasn't correct. What help me understand exactly what you mean saying that the use of force policy is very weak. And it's very subjective. So if you say that you fear for your life, then it validates if you kill somebody. But you can't show physical Tuesday you feared for your life. So she hasn't filed charges on any of the officers because of these types of use of force policies, you're saying it is too easy for a police officer to say I feared for my life. And that that helps them avoid any sort of accountability. Exactly the district attorney released a lot. I mean there were text messages. There were toxicology reports showing things like marijuana and alcohol and Stefan Clark system. There were other details seeming to show he was afraid of being arrested for domestic violence. I mean, what was it appropriate for the public to learn more about this young man, not those items nothing that didn't pertain to the date of the incident. You know heard saying that they investigated the cell phone saying that she went to the Texan and showing the tax in insane. The name of his children's mother several times publicly, and then you know, finally saying that. He may have tried to or wanted to kill himself and then implying after that that might have been suicide by cop. It was just way too much information and she didn't violate his privacy. She violated his family and the mother of his children's privacy. So that was really problematic really disrespectful. Is there an argument that she was being just totally transparent in a case like this in wanting to show the public everything that she and investigators knew about the man who police were confronting absolutely not she wasn't being transparent because if that was an unbiased investigation, and we would have seen the police officers phone records, and if they have any domestic violence situations, and what kind of drugs were in their system. And you know, what was your state of mind, we would have gotten all the information. And it would have only pertained to what happened on the eighteenth not anything before that you think it's important for the public to learn much more about these two officers, and I think the public should know everything about these officers. I think every officer that kills somebody especially in a city where it's happening every two to three months, we should be scrutinizing every single thing in their pass because we don't need them on the streets policing or driving in our neighborhoods. If they're going to be abusive toward us or kill us. You talked about California in your mind, having very weak use of force laws and wanting things to change. It sounds like you have a governor right now who's very open to that. Governor Gavin Newsom issued a statement calling for systemic reforms to the criminal Justice system in the state. What exactly would you like to see happen to the law? I think the main thing that we need to see because a lot of bills are passed in. You know, they move like an eighth of an inch closer to where we need to be. But I think what's really important is if we create new policy that attached to each policy are the consequences of what's going to happen. If those policies are violated. So if we get new laws there needs to be consequences attached in once officers start getting fired or getting charged and convicted from marine people, then they're not gonna probably kill us as often as they do. But right now, we haven't seen that ever. So I think that's what gives them, you know, the green light to go. Oh head and and do what they want. What about the argument you often hear that? If you put too many consequences into the law that it could hamstring police. Causing them to to not be able to do their jobs as effectively to keep neighborhoods safe. I think that's ridiculous. I think that sounds ridiculous every job that you have you have rules. And then there's consequences to those rules if there are broken, and so it shouldn't be any different for them actually should be a higher standard for them. Because one we're paying for their salaries to they are supposed to be the ones defending the law. So. I mean, it just doesn't make sense that you know, you would be able to be above the law. If you are also defending the law, could you just talk about this moment in the movement. I just listened to you and others talk about the law and making changes to the law to try and prevent deaths like this in the future. Is that a new priority, or or is there more energy behind changing the laws as a moment of transition when it comes to the black lives matter movement, and how you respond to killings like this are chapter is more of an abolitionist chapter. We're not reformists, but we understand that you can't change something overnight. So we need to be finding ways and building structures for us to take care of ourselves in our community. So if there is a de-escalation situation that's happening. Then we need to be relying on each other instead of calling the police, so I think that we need to throw the kitchen sink at this. We all need to be trying to pursue ideas and fight with everything that we have because not one thing is going to change his and changing the laws are going to change it. But it's going to definitely help. Tiny phase on is head of the black lives matter chapter in Sacramento that is where Stefan Clark was shot and killed by police last March yesterday Sacramento police arrested eighty four people following a protest March. This is NPR news. Five G internet is on the way, imagine downloading.

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80 arrests made during Sacramento police shooting protest

Investor's Edge

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

80 arrests made during Sacramento police shooting protest

"Sacramento, california. At least eighty arrests made last night during a big protest after it was announced that there will not be charges in the fatal police shooting of Stefan. Clark a black man who was holding a cell phone when he was fatally shot at his grandmother's backyard last

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"sacramento police" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on KCRW

"Good morning at six thirty one. Here's what's happening across the region and the state after officers fatally shot on armed black man, Stefan Clark last year and his grandmother's backyard, Sacramento, large crowds of demonstrators marched in the streets. But the mood after the officers were cleared of charges this weekend was well a bit different nephew Riley joined other protesters outside of Sacramento police station. She said it was a somber gathering because it felt like the DA was blaming car. Clark for his own murder. Stefan. It's traumatizing traumatized that grief came instead of what many expected would have been massive protests, but less than twenty four hours later, another emotion came into play anger on Saturday night, a coalition of black students. Started a sit in inside Arden fair mall in the morning. They were escorted out by police the mall shut down for the day. Christine. Hunter was one of the protesters who want you to know. This is not just today different. Not just for show. Is gonna make history. Their aim is to disrupt economic centers that they say profit from black culture, the coalition of black students is planning other targeted peaceful protests. They also warned they may show up at the Sacramento Kings arena. Like demonstrators did last year Clark was killed March. Eighteenth of last year after Sacramento police responded to a nine eleven call of a man breaking car windows. Authorities disclosed a Clark was the individual who broke the windows and also smashed a home sliding glass door with a cinder block. The final report on the shooting included personal information about Clark, including an indication that he may have been contemplating suicide in the days leading up to the shooting. That disclosure angered Clark's mother cat, Clark, whatever he was.

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"sacramento police" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To Sacramento police officers will not face criminal charges in last year's fatal shooting of unarmed. Twenty two year old Stefan Clark Clark's brother, Stefan Clark is backing a Bill in the legislature and planning to push for AB ninety two something I wanna for even though it would have helping our situation regarding my brother. To prevent this to happen to anybody else's sign grandson cousin nephew assembly, Bill. Three Ninety-two would change. Police. Use of force policies and require officers to attempt to deescalate the situation before using lethal force. President Trump may have problems getting his border wall. After another Republican announces hill oppose the president's national emergency declaration of fourth Republican Senator rand Paul of Kentucky said on the record last night. He could not go along with the White House. He joins Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, Maine's Susan Collins and North Carolina's Thom Tillis as dissenting members of the president's party provided all forty-seven, Democrats and independents vote. No, the fifty one Senate does along with the house is voting against the emergency declaration would set up a promised veto from the president. There may still be time to change minds on both sides. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell doesn't expect the matter to hit the Senate. It floor before mid-march Grenell. Scott Fox News a momentary lull between Pakistan and India for the first time since a dangerous escalation began last week bringing the two nuclear armed rivals. Close to war residents and villagers near the disputed boundary in Kashmir using the calm to leave their homes and move to safety at least eight civilians and two soldiers were killed in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir since tensions soared following India's airstrike last Tuesday inside Pakistan. India says.

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"sacramento police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To Sacramento police officers will not face criminal charges in last year's fatal shooting of unarmed. Twenty two year old Stefan Clark Clark's brother, Stefan Clark is backing a Bill in the legislature. I'm planning to push for AB ninety two something I wanted to push for even though it would help in our situation regarding my brother. To prevent this to happen to anybody else. Assign a grandson cousin nephew assembly, Bill, three Ninety-two would change. Police. Use of force policies and require officers to attempt to deescalate the situation before using lethal force. President Trump may have problems getting his border wall. After another Republican announces he'll oppose the president's national emergency declaration, fourth Republican, Senator rand Paul of Kentucky said on the record last night. He could not go along with the White House. He joins Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, Maine's Susan Collins and North Carolina's Thom Tillis as dissenting members of the president's party provided all forty-seven, Democrats and independents vote. No, the fifty one Senate those along with the house is voting against the emergency declaration would set up a promised veto from the president. There may still be time to change minds on both sides. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell doesn't expect the matter to hit the Senate. That floor before mid-march Grenell. Scott Fox News a momentary lull between Pakistan and India for the first time since a dangerous escalation began last week bringing the two nuclear armed rivals. Close to war residents at villagers near the disputed boundary in Kashmir using the calm to leave their homes and moved to safety at least eight civilians and two soldiers were killed in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir since tensions soared following India's airstrike last Tuesday inside Pakistan. India says the strike targeted.

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No Charges in Sacramento Police Shooting of Stephon Clark

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00:36 sec | 2 years ago

No Charges in Sacramento Police Shooting of Stephon Clark

"Thing. No charges for the Sacramento. Police officers who fatally shot stuff. Fon Clark year ago, Sacramento county district attorney and Marie Schubert defended her office's decision, and it's sixty one page report saying, quote, the evidence in this case demonstrates that. Both officers had an honest and reasonable belief that they were in imminent danger of death or great bodily injury. Correspondent Brynn Gingras says investigators referenced footage from police body cameras text messages detailing a fight between Clark and his fiancee days earlier and detail the drugs that were in Clark system at the time. He was

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California Police Who Shot a 22-Year-Old Man Will Not Be Charged

Vegas Never Sleeps

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

California Police Who Shot a 22-Year-Old Man Will Not Be Charged

"Against attorney in Sacramento, California, decides not to charge police officers who shot and killed a twenty two year old black man, Stefan car in two thousand eighteen mistaking his phone in his hand for a gun. Sacramento. Police chief Daniel Hahn says office. Are ready for the likely protests in coming as we know? There's a lot of anger right now. A lot of trying to digest what they heard today. So we understand that. And our our personnel are prepared to allow people to do that at the same time we want protect people's safety

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"sacramento police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Outside the Sacramento police headquarters Saturday after a decision in a high profile deadly police shooting in Sacramento that happened last year and involved a man who is suspected of breaking car and home windows. He was unarmed as ABC's Alec stone in California in extreme moment by moment. Details Sacramento county district attorney Anne Marie Schubert, laid out her reasons for not charging the officers who shot and killed Stefan. Clarke Clarke was linked through evidence and DNA to a number of crimes before the shooting. And he had allegedly been researching suicide she says he took up shooter stance and with advancing on the officers when he was shot and killed. Defended the officers in that moment, truly believed he had a gun and their lives were in danger city leaders say they are still awaiting the findings of a departmental review of the police officers actions following President Trump's summit with North Korea, Kim Jong UN Abby US and South Korean military leaders announced an end to all joint military exercises, the US and South Korean decision to stop holding the annual spring exercises is intended to reduce tensions on the Korean peninsula. And to give diplomatic talks with North Korea. More chance though, the large-scale exercises are coming to an end US troops will continue training though on a much smaller scale to ensure that their readiness is not affected by not holding the larger annual exercises Martinez. ABC news, Washington. The US State Department announced a one million dollar reward. Now offered for information leading to the capture of Homs bin Laden, the son of the late Al Qaeda leader officials say Hobbes's influence has grown in recent years making him the most probable successor to lead the new version of Al Qaeda since his father's. Killing by navy seals in two thousand and eleven Homs have bin Laden has.

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No charges in fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark

The Gun Guy

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

No charges in fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark

"Debbie hand light to Sacramento police. Officers will not face criminal charges in the fatal shooting of an unarmed. Black man, no criminal charges will be filed in this case does not diminish in any way. The tragedy. The prostration. That we. We cannot ignore that Sacramento county district. Attorney Emory Schubert says police are twenty two year old Stefan Clark, vandalism suspect was carrying a gun. But it was a

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"sacramento police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The latest update on the total amount of claims from last year's wildfires. From the wildfire for twenty twelve point four billion eleven point four billion are from the November fire nine hundred thirty five million. Reported on the car. The numbers are staggering more than thirteen thousand homes and businesses suffered a total loss of thousands more suffered damages resulting in more than forty six thousand claims being filed lower also said he was monitoring reports of people having their insurance canceled in high fire areas, George Sampson, NewsRadio KPFK family of Stefan. Clarke today filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Sacramento police department the suit demands more than twenty million dollars in damages for the March twenty eighteen shooting death of the armed black man attorneys for the family argued that due to police actions. Clark's children parents and grandparents have been deprived of his lifelong love, companionship, comfort support society care and sustenance for the remainder of their lives. Clark who was a suspect in a series of auto break ins was shot and killed after he ran from police into his grandmother's backyard. Officers say they thought he was holding a gun which turned out to be a cellphone the suit claims Sacramento police racially profile Clark and used excessive force in the shooting death. A major cleanup operations underway at a homeless camp in south Sacramento today, cave became Joe Michaels joins us live now in the studio with details. Steve homeless advocates are helping to clean up a campsite at Fifty-seven hundred Stockton boulevard today. Crystal rose Sanchez says authorities threatening to a victim large group of homeless campers from the open field property. It's criminal to treat our community..

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The Latest: Chicago spokesman says officers can conduct pat downs

Midday on WNYC

02:05 min | 3 years ago

The Latest: Chicago spokesman says officers can conduct pat downs

"Services has been set for Brayden Varney the. Cal fire bulldozer operator who was killed clearing fire line. For NPR news I'm Bob Moffitt in Sacramento police in. Chicago are disputing, suggestion by community activists that officers do not have the right to stop someone they suspect is carrying a weapon so C'mon Tom Hearne would not Thus the fatal shooting of Thirty-seven-year-old Horita. Augusta's beyond what superintendent Eddie Johnson said when he released. Body camera footage of the shooting which occurred on Saturday but he had learned said it officers see something, like a ball gender someone's shirt. Or if. The person is. Be a basic to officers or refuses to answer questions and the officers can conduct a Pat down. Search of the outside of that person's. Clothing you're listening to NPR news Amazon says it's still trying to fix whatever is causing its website from allowing buying on its much hyped prime day shoppers clicking on for. Prime day, bargains, ran into trouble immediately after the launch Monday but many, links were working about an hour later in a statement Amazon said the first hour day in the US. Was, more successful this year than in two thousand seventeen for. The first time MTV used Instagram to announce nominees for this year's video music awards NPR's, mandalit del Barco reports, that fans have until August tenth to vote, for, their favourite, artists in gender-neutral categories New York rapper Cardi b. got the most vehement nominations ten in all including artist of the year song and video of the year for the remix. She did with Reno mar The partners beyond JV got eight nods including for, best collaboration and best hip hop other top contenders include childish Gambino. And Drake voters can text or go online to cast their ballots the winners will be announced during a..

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"sacramento police" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"Gento where stefan clark was killed has received four hundred forty six thousand dollars from police unions associations and police affiliated groups over that time period including a whole bunch of money tens of thousands of dollars right in the immediate aftermath of stefan clark being killed by sacramento police so this is definitely something to turn out for this tuesday making sure that we're electing district attorney candidates who actually care about reform actually care about holding the police accountable who are not tied to the police unions in terms of campaign contributions and other influence and this is our opportunity to do that not only in alameda county where pamela price is running and could be that candidate but also in places like san diego where genevieve jones right is running another black woman on on a platform of reform there as a district attorney and then of course unseating folks like ann marie shubert who have been corrupt for too long i always love it when people make their make their racism transparent instead of opaque sam we use specially you've got no affect them in capital letters at the end of the distribution list title so i know exactly who you're talking about and who you do not want to see the messages that you are sending out you know i think it's interesting man i'm thankful for our collective evolution on this i remember when we first launched campaign zero a lot of people took issue with our tenth policy platform being around police unions and ensuring that they are fair and just in are not standing in the way of equity and justice for communities in so many ways that they are and the subversion tactics.

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"sacramento police" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Breaking news the sacramento police department facing serious questions tonight after it was just revealed that stuff on clark the unarmed black man killed by police was shot eight times hit from both behind and on his side that is according to a private family autopsy the findings contradict police accounts of the deadly confrontation police video from the march eighteenth shooting shows police approaching clark in his grandparents backyard last week police it said they believed that he was armed in advancing towards them when they fatally shot him ryan young is out front live from sacramento force ryan what does the family saying about the results we'll be on the family really speaking to their attorneys after noon sort of laying out this case trying to change in their to in fact they said that several times the fact that the twenty two year old father too was charging toward officers is what sacramento police have i said in the first few days with the pathological said that they believe he was actually shot here on the side and he pointed to one of the shootings here and then it turned his body and after that happened he was shot six more times in the back once in the leg we do know that officers fired some twenty shots altogether they really believe that i shot impacted him and then twisted his body which they believe now shows a difference in the conversation that was happening for the first few days it goes on to say the ideologue shots could have been a fatal shot to stefan clark but then he probably sat there for three or four minutes because he died from all those compounding shots now of course this has been a charge community after that shooting several people taking to the streets letting their voices be heard because they are upset about.

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"sacramento police" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Fatemi and joining me now from sacramento california's erica smith she's an editorial writer and columnist for the sacramento bee her papers aditorial yesterday was headlines sacramento made the right call to protect public trust on stefan clark you can link to her at our website on point radio dot dot org and erica smith's good to have you thank you very much thank you anything so a similar story in sacramento police responded to a nine one one call of a man breaking car windows they came into contact with stefan clark who by then was in his grandmother's backyard remind us bring us up to date what happened so it was a couple of sundays ago police had gotten a nine one one call about a man who was supposedly breaking into truck into truck windows and sheriff's deputies are on the scene and a helicopter and they spotted a man who they said would using a toolbar which we still don't quite know what that is who is breaking a back window of somebody's house house the deputies in the air directed police officers on the ground to a man who ended up being stuff on clark the sheriff's video started around the time that stefan was jumping in his neighbor's yard and into his backyard his grandmother yard police cornered him in his backyard when seconds told him to put his hands in the air yelled gun and shot him several times of just to clarify though earlier on it was said that he was shot twenty times the reality is he was shot at twenty times so we don't really know how many times he was actually shot at this point but the autopsy report will come out i'm sure in the next couple of weeks the family has also said that it's going to do an independent autopsy as well or well we've got some audio this is wrong police video that was released by the sacramento police department on monday of the shooting of stefan clark an unarmed black man who was in his grandmother's backyard here's a bit of that audio.

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"sacramento police" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Gene and joel and i are going to talk about a piece and the players tribune by st francis who talks about going from being a drug dealer to an nba star and the circuitous route that he took to get there it's a good segment we'll be a good segment and a few or listening to this prime means you're a fan of the show why don't you want to listen to that it's good you'll enjoy it to get it joined slate plus for just thirty five dollars a year you can sign up and slate dot com slash hangup plus on the night of sunday march eighteenth and sacramento to police officers killed twenty two year olds to fund clark in his backyard clark who is black was suspected of breaking windows he was not armed he was shot twenty times after the sacramento police department released video and audio footage of clark's killing protesters blocked a highway and shut down the entrance to the sacramento kings arena preventing fans from entering and delaying the start of thursday's game between the kings and hawks after the game kings owner vivek rounded diva went on the floor and grabbed a microphone here's what he had to say we here at the kings recognize that we have a big black foam it's a privilege but it's also a responsibility it's responsibility that we take very seriously and we stand here before you all young black white brown and we are all united in our commitment.

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"sacramento police" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"sacramento police" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"Yeah but this guy has now been charged with third agree murder nothing about it let's listen to his name muhammad urine no no he's darker skinned clearly arabic male now sacramento police now think about okay before we got before i go here minneapolis it's the same place where who was shot lindell casteel yeah what's that let's talk about sacramento police fatally shot a twenty two year old black man holding a cell phone cell phone did they say it was a good now why is it that all of our every time we got some in our hands it's a fuck as ago you know honestly i'm not gonna let your man alike since i was i have been tracking and this is something i was actually very passionate about a little over decade ago i've been passionate about tracking the murderers in killings of unarmed black men under suspicious circumstances by police officers and the the fascination actually began with ahmadou diallo reaching for his wallet because that bothered me so so bad so bad but then you have the anti rawlins reginald to said and deontay wrongs was only in what really got me going was the fact that the anti rawlins was only twelve years old from south west dc and he was approached by two offduty white conch who assumed that he had he had stolen one of their children's dirt by thereby though they said he had a dull they said he had a gun or something like that the gun was never found anything that he.

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