17 Burst results for "Samuel Dubose"

"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:18 min | 4 months ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm Billie Cunningham. The great American is, you know, Stew. Matthews was the criminal defense attorney in a case here in Cincinnati. That was quite a bit of star, which is the ray tensing matter. He represented Ray tensing, and there was a couple of times on the murder case involving Samuel DuBose that the jury hung Mainly for acquittal. I might add, and now a stew, Matthews eyes the criminal defense attorney for Detective Brent Toe Hankerson, who's the one Louisville cop who has been charged with an offence, which is three counts of want and endangerment in the first degree. And thus to Matthew's Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham Show it stew. How are you? I'm good. How are you a little bit? I imagine you're are busy. Did you watch the presentation of Attorney General Daniel Cameron yesterday. I did. What is your takeaway from his presentation, Which I thought in many respects was excellent. But what is your What is your thought about the presentation of Daniel Cameron? Well, I thought that his presentation was was excellent. Also, Um, I thought he did it with class and the explained why What happened happened and I thought he was great, though I disagree with what the grand jury did sure. And Ah, I watch this morning. A lot of the commentary. And, of course, the experts on television talking about what should happen. What could have happened and a few of the experts have said that your client, Detective Brent Hankinson, should have been charged with murder. And I think Daniel Cameron and you've not seen the evidence yet, of course, but you will down the road and in due time, But what did Daniel Cameron say about why your client was not charged with murder? I believe if I recall correctly that Mr Cameron said that none of the bullets that struck Rianna Taylor could be attributed to my client's weapon. And because of that he couldn't be charged. And for those who say, Ah, lot of the media experts said that your client detective Branch Hankerson was in line according to media accounts to go in, and that when the shot was fired by Kenneth Walker That and everyone assumed that was somehow coming from some guilty party inside the apartment that your client kind of ran around and stood outside. And then he fired through the window and, Ah, lot of the experts have said that he should have been able to locate a target before I fired through the glass doors. What's your comment about that? Bill? I'm not going to comment. I'm not going to talk about the evidence because number one. I'm not totally familiar with it. Number two. What I do know about it. I think there this is a very defensible case. I don't think Brett Hankerson is guilty of wanton endangerment in the first degree or anything else. And in fact, did he have any criminal intent at the point he was discharging his firearm. Which was a which was a 40 candid. Walker had a nine millimeter but and I made the point yesterday stew Matthews that there could not have been a criminal intent. That any of the officers had, including Detective Frank Bread, Hankerson because in his mind, I would think he was defending his brother officers and he wasn't committing a crime. Is that fair to say? Well, I would agree with you again. I don't want to come in on the fact that as I said, before, I think the charges that sensible and that is pretty close to what the defense is a ce Faras releasing the grand jury on watch this morning, Governor Andy Bashir was on CNN. And all these other experts are saying, Why didn't Cameron release all of the grand jury testimony and all the ballistics and all the stuff that resulted in the grand jury itself, finding that Sergeant Mattingly and Detective Cosgrove did not commit a crime. But Detective Hankinson did. Can you explain why, at the at the first instance that all of the grand jury stuff was not? Release because Cameron said it may in some way prejudice the case involving your client. So what is the reason out of initial news conference after a few hours after the grand jury makes its finding that all the evidence is not released at that point? Bill. I don't know. I'm not going to get into that. But grand jury proceedings are supposed to be secret. And I don't know why Mr Cameron is doing what he is doing as faras releasing or not Releasing, Um, that's not up to may but down the road. Will you get all this information? I would think so. In one form or another. We will can you walk us through What happened with Detective Branch Hankinson yesterday after about 1:30 P.m. when he was charged, and you walk through the process of what happens to get him released Well, the grand jury issued their report, A bond was set. Ah, Brett surrendered himself posted the bond and was released. Do you fear for his safety at this point? Well, it depends on where he is. But yes, certainly. You know again, That's hey. This is a very notorious case, and he's very identifiable its picture. He's been out here for months. Um, yeah, I have concerns for his safety. And you have the same feelings about Ray tensing, didn't you? I did. Andre was frequently recognized and most of the time. They were positive recognitions, but there were negative recognitions. Also does that continue to be a problem with him? Ah, not as much, but I think you know he still has recognized when he's in town. If you are his bread Hankerson heard from other fellow officers. I've had a couple on the air, breaking it down. A ce faras. What kind of support is he receiving from police organizations that I don't know. Is he receiving support from anyone of the Louisville area? I mean, fellow officers and Louisville Metro. They contacting him. Well, I'm not in love Also. I really don't know, Bill, but I presumed that some are yes. A ce faras. How How do you manage a case with this kind of a publicity's, which is going to be overwhelming, and I think now that he's released it may not be tried for about a year. Or so I'm not sure how that's gonna work out. Most. These cases take a very long time. A ce faras, the timing. How do you manage the publicity's Do you have to do in this kind of case? Well, Um, I don't like to be rude, but I don't like to comment Whole lot either. I like to do things in the courtroom and not in the press. So I have except phone calls, But I don't say much. As faras defending bread, Hankerson. You've been around the block for 30 or 40 years. You've had great success Defending police officers. Are you very confident in this case that Brent Hank Assassin will be found not guilty. I never get Overconfident and I never engaged in odds making. I would say this is a defensible case and also the three counts carry 1 to 5, and there's a presumption Of probation, a rebuttable presumption of probation in this case from everything you know at this point, and it's quite early has bred Hankinson been dealt with thus far and a fair and just that way. That's a difficult question to answer in the media. I would say no so far in the court system, you know, with the process of surrendering and being released on bond, that was that came off without a hitch. And that was great. When one of his first appearance in court be that I don't know. I'm waiting to find that out. The first appearance will be in arraignment on the indictment on the courts in Jefferson County, or currently closed, so I don't know maybe close for a while as faras the trial here we are at the end of September of 2020. Is it fair to say this may not go to trial, at least for about a year. I bill. I can't speculate on that. I have no idea Are you prepared to go to trial by the end of the year? I'm not prepared to go to trial period at this point. I haven't got any discovery. I don't know what what the real evidence is. All I know is about what? You know what you've read in the paper and seen in a media does to Matthews. Thanks for coming on..

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Tonight your load down to 57 sunshine for your Friday and a high of 77. It is 64 degrees right now the same lawyer who won an acquittal for a UC police officer. The shooting death of Samuel DuBose will now represent the loan officer charged in the Briana Taylor investigation. The lawyer who defended former You See, police Officer Ray Tensing is now defending the former Louisville detective who was indicted in the Briana Taylor case. Fox 19 reports that Stew Matthews doesn't think the evidence against Brett Hankinson will support the charges of wanton endangerment in the tens in case he was tried twice in the shooting death of Sam DuBose five years ago during a traffic stop, but the case is ended in mistrials. I'm Matt Reese News radio 700 wlw and Stew. Matthews is scheduled to join our Bill Cunningham at 106 this afternoon. Dayton police say it appears Mueller grad Michael current, was critically injured when he fell off of a pickup truck during a food run officers reporting last night. Their initial findings, which shows current current fatal injuries are consistent. With falling from a moving vehicle. He apparently left campus Sunday night to get a pizza accepted a ride in the bed of a pickup truck later somehow fell out on Wayne Avenue. Police say they are now interviewing the driver of the pickup truck and charges could be pending. The number of Americans filing new unemployment claims remained at historic levels last week. The latest snapshot from the Labor Department has economists worried that the economic recovery from the Corona virus pandemic is slowing. 870,000 Americans filed new claims. For unemployment benefits for the first time last week, thousands are still being laid off each week, and millions of Americans are continuing to rely on unemployment benefits to make ends meet. That is a B C's Aaron Carter Ski on Wall Street. The Dow up 41 points as next game. 61 S and P's picked up nine. Reds took a giant step toward the postseason last night, eating a big time performance from Trevor Bauer. Cy Young candidate delivered on short rest. He went eight innings, giving up just one run struck out 12 Brewer's Reds beat Milwaukee 6 to 1 They set tied right now with ST Louis for second place. Our next update will be at 10 30, Rick you Gino news radio. 700 fall is.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And health departments in Ohio but a clearing racism a public health crisis settled the county commissioner Victoria parks offered condolences to the families of George Floyd and Brianna Taylor and said that day along with to be a rice John Crawford and Samuel dubose would not be dead today if they're killers regarded them as human beings it is time to dismantle a system that leads to poverty and equal education lopsided opportunity bad health poor living conditions violets in disparities that hurt people of color encourages depraved hearts to act with impunity within the coming weeks commissioners will vote to declare racism a health crisis that declaration will lead to a new policy that will open the door for new funding for programs to help combat racism in Hamilton County Rick you channel news radio seven hundred WLW peaceful protests continue today in downtown Cincinnati in other parts of the tri state including Middletown calling for an end to racial injustice when it comes to law enforcement for those outside the for those in the city this afternoon it was scary few seconds as a vehicle appeared to be attempting to drive through a crowd of demonstrators just before five o'clock the vehicle on video could be seen stop the intersection of Plymouth nine street that xcelerated quickly forward then quickly backed up and sped off westbound on nine police say based on the video evidence of what the injuries they don't believe the driver intentionally meant to drive to the crowd but those who feel was intentional can file a police report with them city councilman P. G. Sittenfeld was there when it happened is he another council members were talking to protesters throughout the day and he said he thought it was intentional when it initially happened or you know anything other than malicious intent he would have gotten out of the car hello guys when was going on he.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The life to Minneapolis here shortly to hear exactly what's happening as far as the charges and all that goes rock Ryo Jekyll is gonna update isn't that correct and get get a cell is something of their lives Frank goal so coming up the after the news we will be talking about the stock market what was it up what do we do it because it should be closing right now right I heard was four hundred or something yeah it up ends which it begs the question if a world wide shut down on the hands of a pandemic and riots like we haven't seen in a long long time won't stop this stock market what will what will stop the stock market is actually everything and I know someone's going to say the economy in the stock market are two different things I get it but this is insane he keeps going up it didn't seem real well doctor friend Amy Wagner about it next but now it is the news news radio seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati believing to declare racism as a health crisis with the four o'clock report I'm Jacque Crumley breaking now there was an update this morning from Hamilton County leaders about coronavirus with new case numbers hospitalizations and deaths all still increasing but staying within the recent average commissioners today also talked about eight racism health crisis and what their plans are in the immediate future the county commissioner Victoria parks offered condolences to the families of George Floyd and Brianna Taylor had said that day along with to be a rice John Crawford and Samuel dubose would not be dead today if they're killers regarded them as human beings it is time to dismantle a system that leads to poverty and equal education lopsided opportunity bad health poor living conditions violets in disparities that hurt people of color encourages depraved hearts to act with impunity.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Break here one more call and let's go with Jesse in California let's go out to the west coast the bass coast Jesse you're on CBS sports radio every day higher than that. what's up man so I need ideas or to guide them and play from behind here I have your set Fullerton Robinson and I'm trying to see which what I need to out of these three there's also on on waiver wire we have talking about Samuel dubose Daniel and I also take. I don't know what you guys are thinking. I see before before we answer which Robinson. due to due to the market. yeah the hawks from the market's not Smokey. no no all right good so DaMarcus Robinson will fuller Philip door set and the depot in on Ted I don't know if you're gonna go with either of those guys but if you had to pick wide receiver from those three which when you go on well I think he I think he needed to which to are you going with here's the problem is like Auden Tate is my favorite of this group really over filter set to Marcus Robinson will fuller absolutely interesting eighty yeah I don't know which one I want to drop. demarcus Robinson of my second favorite I don't want to drop will fuller but it's extremely frustrating told one your branch knowing that one of these weeks he's going to catch two touchdown passes and go over a hundred yards you're gonna feel like a total idiot moron for not starting him and then you're going to start in the next week anything have four targets were three fantasy points you're gonna feel like an idiot moron again. I it's it's like you've you've lived my life for me because I've been there with willful or that's the way that's the if will fuller experience I would start of the two on your current roster I would start Robinson indoor set honestly I would probably drop door set for Tate and start him. so I did a little bit of research on willful or in the Texans today I went back and I watch the game fuller had only two deep targets he only had one deep target we before I feel like that that's the most important part of his game do you know how many end zone targets he has on the season he's coming to lower he has one and it came last week from twenty yards out do you know how many red zone targets inside of twenty yards will fuller has the season to lower none will fuller just isn't getting the type of usage that we were hoping for beyond the ball in the first two games of the season to Sean Watson tried him seven times deep and a couple of them to connect but a lot of them were very deep in Houston territory so is only good for like a thirty or forty yard gain I am nervous about will fuller ever having the type of consistency that can make him a reliable fantasy starter and I think that if Jesse agrees with you on auditing who's a big dude he's not a fast dude but there is an opportunity for him to get a lot of targets in the Cincinnati office in the Bengals are gonna play from behind a lot if you agrees with you and it's a PPO league I could see on tape being the better receiver than will for the rest of the season just so you don't have to deal with the headache of will fuller from week to week there's one other wrinkle and that's if whether or not to Marcus Robinson can continue to be an important part of the Kansas city passing game because eventually Terry kills gonna come back and that could be sooner than later and you know Sammy Watkins is leaving the field and is Robinson is the number three receiver gonna give you a chance to put up good fencing off with him I'd much rather have for the Robinson rest of season I'd rather start Robinson and for this week would you rather have to hate and depot Samael then we'll fuller and Marcus Robinson I don't think I would. now I understand for this week you just I don't think you can do it because you know to Marcus Robinson has this bigger role because they re kills still out and I'm probably dropping door set not fuller. two sets of the patriots and he's had some good games and at least he he's just as inconsistent as well for right but at least he's delivered. half the time this season I mean the one game where Antonio brown played it with doors that really didn't I don't think he did a whole lot that can maybe that I can't remember off the top of my head but he's been up and down fuller has just been down all right another about those wide receivers when we come back we.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on WEEI

"Even have to do it because you're Prescott fan you can do it because we told you to I have dak Prescott project is more fantasy points this week dinner and Rogers I think Davis Prescott ranked ahead of Rogers user group you should start radio Prescott and I know that there's this concern that Tom Brady is taking on Washington and that defense really has been bad and while Tom Brady's not going to have to do much to win the game what's going to happen in the second half the patriots can just run out the clock well that's true but if the pager to going to build the lead to anything Tom Brady's going have something to do with it I think he will and I think that Prescott's going to put up some big numbers bounce back week for him the cowboys and it only helps dak Prescott if Michael Gallup is back on the field I think they could really use Michael Gallup so let's take one more phone call before we get to the break here one more call and let's go with Jesse in California let's go out to the west coast the bass coast Jesse you're on CBS sports radio every day higher than that what's up man so I need ideas or to guide them I'm playing from behind here I have your set Fullerton Robinson and I'm trying to see which what I need to out of these three there's also on on the waiver wire we have talking about Samuel dubose Daniel and I also take. I don't know what you guys are thinking. I see before. for we answer which Robinson. due to the to the market. yeah the marks from the market's not Smokey. no no advocates of DaMarcus Robinson will fuller Philip door set and the deep bone on Ted I don't know if you're gonna go with either of those guys but if you had to pick wide receiver from those three which when you go on with what I think he I think he needed to which to are you going with here's the problem is like Auden Tate is my favorite of this group. really over fill door set to Marcus Robinson will fuller absolutely interesting he asked I don't know which one I want to drop. demarcus Robinson of a second favorite I don't want to drop will fuller but it's extremely frustrating told one your branch knowing that one of these weeks he's going to catch two touchdown passes and go over a hundred yards you're gonna feel like a total idiot moron for not starting him and then you're going to start in the next week and he's gonna for targets were three fantasy points you're gonna feel like an idiot moron again. I it's it's like you've you've lived my life for me because I've been there with willful or that's the way that's the if will fuller experience I would start of the two on your current roster I would start Robinson indoor set honestly I would probably drop door set for Tate and start him so I did a little bit of research on willful or in the Texans today I went back and I watch the game fuller had only two deep targets he only had one deep target we before I feel like that that's the most important part of his game do you know how many end zone targets he has on the season he's coming to lower he has one and it came last week from twenty yards out do you know how many red zone targets inside of twenty yards willful or has the season to lower none will fuller just isn't getting the type of usage that we were hoping for beyond the ball in the first two games of the season to Sean Watson tried him seven times deep and a couple of them to connect but a lot of them were very deep in Houston territory so is only good for like a thirty or forty yard gain I am nervous about will fuller ever having the type of consistency that can make him a reliable fantasy starter and I think that if Jesse agrees with you on auditing who's a big dude he's not a fast dude but there is an opportunity for him to get a lot of targets in the Cincinnati office in the Bengals are gonna play from behind a lot if you agrees with you and it's a PPO league I could see on tape being the better receiver than will for the rest of the season just so you don't have to deal with the headache of will fuller from week to week there's one other wrinkle and that's if whether or not to Marcus Robinson can continue to be an important part of the Kansas city passing game because eventually Tyree kills gonna come back and that could be sooner than later and you know Sammy Watkins is leaving the field and is Robinson is the number three receiver gonna give you a chance to put up good fencing off with him I'd much rather have for the Robinson rest of season I'd rather start Robinson and for this week would you rather have. Tate and depot Samael than will for end of Marcus Robinson I don't think I would. now I understand for this week you just I don't think you can do it because you know to Marcus Robinson has this bigger role because they re kills still out and I'm probably dropping door set not fuller. sets on the patriots and he's had some good games and he at least he he's just as inconsistent as well for right but at least he's delivered. half the time this season I mean the one game where Antonio brown played Dorset really didn't I don't think he did a whole lot that can maybe that I can't remember off the top of my head but he's been up and down fuller has just been down all right another about those wide receivers when we come back we.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Stefan clark's case those officers maybe shouldn't have done what they did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found he was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision meant he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise in sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went to the scene of a tv one cop head is service weapon outside the holster but not in the firing position so how long would it take for a cop to get a gun get his weapon out of the holster and prepare to shoot i would say one or two seconds in that one or two seconds these two cops were murdered by the domestic violence perpetrator and they're both dead likewise in sacramento these two cops one white one black perceived the stefan clarke had a gun something in his hand that they perceived to be a weapon and turn out to be what a cell phone it's in the dark seemingly he was breaking into cars it was jumping over the top offenses in backyards it was dark they didn't know who they were confronting they perceive something that may not have been accurate but nonetheless let's face it they shot headed to do again they would not have had the do it again officer ray tensing in cincinnati would not have shot michael brown and all that riots imagine the false media coverage of michael brown that went on for weeks and weeks and weeks hands up don't shoot that was a provable lie in the media continue to cover it because it felt it felt right the template of white racists cops killing an unarmed black man if an unarmed black man is six foot four weighing three hundred pounds charging a police officer the officer is within his rights to shoot shoot him to get rid of that threat so.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Force do not shoot anybody and of course nobody shoots them it's a rarity for a cop ever to shoot a gun during his entire time in the service if you're a cop you know what i'm saying you're a cop lemme know eight six six six four seven seven three three seven it is rare for cop on duty ever to shoot his weapon so every time the media reports on a michael brown or an alton sterling eric garner did not involve gunfire but of course stuff on clark did it is incumbent on the media to give the story context and say that they're there is no systematic or disproportionate killing a black males by police officers this is a rarity talk about the millions of contacts every day that nothing happens nothing transpires one cannot watch cbs nbc abc cnn msnbc and elements of fox without believing that police are disproportionately targeting blackmails for execution in may come out and stefan clark's case those officers maybe shouldn't have done what they did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel tebow's in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found he was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision meant he might be killed or the samuel dubose was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise in sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on WRVA

"Stefan clark's case those officers maybe shouldn't have done what they did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found he was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision men he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise in sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went to the scene of a dvd one cop head his service weapon outside the holster but not in the firing position so how long would it take for a cop to get a gun get his weapon out of the holster and prepare to shoot i would say one or two seconds in that wondered these two cops referred by the domestic violence perpetrator and they're both dead likewise in sacramento these two cops one white one black perceived the stefan clarke had a gun something in his hand that they perceived to be a weapon it turned out to be what a cell phone it's in the dark seemingly he was breaking into cars it was jumping over the top offenses and backyards it was dark they didn't know who they were confronting they perceive something that may not have been accurate but nonetheless let's face it they shot headed to do again they will not a shot had to do it again officer ray tensing and cincinnati would not have shot michael brown and all that riots imagine the false media coverage of michael brown that went on for weeks and weeks and weeks hands up don't shoot that was a provable lie in the media continue to cover it because it felt it felt right the template of white racists cops killing an unarmed black man if an unarmed black man is six foot four weighing three hundred pounds charging a police officer the officer is within his rights to shoot him to get rid of that threat so the lies told by.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Stuff on clark's case those officers maybe shouldn't have done what they did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found it was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision men he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise and sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went to the scene of a d v one cop head is service weapon outside the holster but not in the firing position so how long would it take for a cop to get a gun get his weapon out of the holster and prepare to shoot i would say one or two seconds in that one or two seconds these two cops were murdered by the domestic violence perpetrator and they're both dead likewise in sacramento these two cops one white one black perceived the stefan clarke had a gun something in his hand that they perceived to be a weapon it turned out to be what a cell phone it's in the dark seemingly he was breaking into cars he was jumping over the top offenses and backyards it was dark they didn't know who they were confronting they've perceived something that may not have been accurate but nonetheless let's face it they shot headed to do again they would not shot had to do it again officer ray tensing in cincinnati would not have shot michael brown and all that riots imagine the false media coverage of michael brown that went on for weeks and weeks and weeks hands up don't shoot that was a provable lie and the media continue to cover it because it felt it felt right the template of white racists cops killing an unarmed black man if an unarmed black man is six foot four wayne three hundred pounds charging a police officer the officer is within his rights to shoot him to get rid of that threat so the lies told by.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Stefan clark's case those officers maybe shouldn't have done what they did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched whether it's gone out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found he was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision meant he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise in sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went to the scene of a tv one cop head is service weapon outside the holster but not in the firing position so how long would it take for a cop to get a gun get his weapon out of the holster and prepare to shoot i would say one or two seconds in that one or two seconds these two cops were murdered by the domestic violence perpetrator and they're both dead likewise in sacramento these two cops one white one black perceived the stefan clarke had a gun something in his hand that they perceive moved to be a weapon it turned out to be what a cell phone it's in the dark seemingly he was breaking into cars he was jumping over the top offenses and backyards it was dark they didn't know who they were confronting they perceive something that may not have been accurate but nonetheless let's face it they shot headed to do again they would not a shot had the do it again officer ray tensing in cincinnati would not have shot michael brown and all that riots imagine the false media coverage of michael brown that went on for weeks and weeks and weeks hands up don't shoot that was a provable lie in the media continue to cover it because it felt felt felt right the template of white racist cops killing an unarmed black man if an unarmed black man is six foot four weighing three hundred pounds charging a police officer the officer is within his rights to shoot him to get rid of that threat so the lies told by.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"They did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found he was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision men he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise and sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went to the scene of a dvd one cop head his service weapon outside the holster but not in the firing position so how long would it take for a cop to get a gun get his weapon out of the holster and prepare to shoot i would say one or two seconds in that one or two seconds these two cops were murdered by the domestic violence perpetrator and they're both dead likewise and sacramento these two cops one white one black perceived the stefan clarke had a gun something in his hand they perceived to be a weapon it turned out to be what a cell phone it's in the dark seemingly he was breaking into cars he was jumping over the top offenses and backyards it was dark they didn't know who they were confronting they perceive something that may not have been accurate but nonetheless let's face it they shot headed to do again they would not have shot had to do it again officer ray tensing in cincinnati would not have shot michael brown and all that riots imagine the false media coverage of michael brown that went on for weeks and weeks and weeks hands up don't shoot that was a provable lie in the media continue to cover it because it felt it felt right the template of white racists cops killing an unarmed black man if an unarmed black man is six foot four weighing three hundred pounds charging a police officer the officer is within his rights to shoot him to get rid of that threat so the lies told by the media continued for weeks.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"That does happen police officers are human beings also you had the situation chicago were a black teenager was kinda stumbling and walking away from the cops and some officer unloaded on them and kill them that's manslaughter or might be murder don't know i can't defend it i know officers in cops make splitsecond decisions every day that results in their death or someone else's death and the great majority of cops it of surf thirty years on the force do not shoot anybody and of course nobody shoots at them it's a rarity for a cop ever to shoot a gun during his entire time in the service if you're a cop you know what i'm saying a cop lemme know eight six six six four seven seven three three seven it is rare for a cop on duty ever to shoot his weapon so every time the media reports on a michael brown or an alton sterling eric garner did not involve gunfire but of course on clark did it is incumbent on the media to give the story context and say that there is no systematic or disproportionate killing a black males by police officers this is a rarity talk about the millions of contacts every day that nothing happens nothing transpires one cannot watch cbs nbc abc cnn msnbc and elements of fox without believing that police are disproportionately targeting black males for execution it may come out and stefan clark's case those officers maybe shouldn't have done what they did if they were covered they should've waited not fired their weapons but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found he was hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision men he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise in sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Critical point right now and i believe this will build help build faith and confidence in the investigation from our community sworn in last august harness sacramento's first black police chief he took over at the city adopted major reforms after the two thousand sixteen police killing of joseph man a mentally ill black man clark's death has reignited the national debate on race and policing and follows other recent high profile cases they include the death of eric garner in new york michael brown in ferguson missouri tamir rice in cleveland and samuel dubose instances natty in each case police were either not charge or charges were dropped this week the state of louisiana also announced it will not charge two white officers in the shooting death of sterling he died in a struggle outside a baton rouge convenience store in two thousand sixteen back in sacramento there have been appeals for calm but officials are bracing for new protests for the pbs newshour for more on all this i'm joined by benjamin crump the attorney for stefan clark's family thanks for joining me at stefan cars funeral today his brother seemed visibly shaken talk to me a little bit about this family's grief and the group of so many families that you represented where is very very motion or as you would imagine having to bear a loved one a brother a son grandson of father who was killed in the backyard of the house that they all grew up in is just so emotional especially for his grandmother who her bedroom is less than five feet away from where her grandson was executed so there they're dealing with emotions and grieving in their own unique ways and the city released video that we just showed of stuff on clark's last moments there are some of watch that video and said he should have surrendered to police follow their instructions what do you make of people who asked those questions and what do you see from a legal perspective when you watch that video.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The children of symbol of our governor sell oil venezuela's scheduled elections on july thirty it for a new legislative body known as the constituent assembly the assembly would have the power to rewrite venezuela's constitution and annul the oppositionled national assembly the move comes amidst massive protests street clashes and increasing antigovernment violence back in the united states a prosecutor in cincinnati ohio said tuesday he would not pursue with third murder trial for white former police officer ray tensing who shot africanamerican samuel dubos in the head in july of two thousand fifteen after pulling him over for having a missing front license plate two previous trials ended with hung juries this is hamilton county prosecutor joseph teeters but after discussing this matter with multiple jurors both blood good morning the two persons to do us that we will never good conviction in this could leader's decision was condemned by the family of samuel dubos this train allan speaking outside the hamilton county courthouse just after learning there would be no tree trial of officer tensing you're blogging universe as a miracle life is indicted just not gonna bother with a thinning with debris was saying they will go but they will not do anything on the popularity we got more raises in hamilton county in not we can't get a conviction that basically what you us with samuel dubose was shot exactly two years ago today after the killing officer tensing stated he opened fire after his arm was cornyn do bose's car door while dubos drove away the statement was directly contradicted by ten sings bodycam video at the time of the killing tensing was wearing a teeshirt under his uniform and bleh as in with the confederate battle flag and in seattle the wnba seattle storm basketball team has partnered with planned parenthood to raise funds and fight back against the republican lead attack on the women's health organization on tuesday night the storm donated five dollars from each ticket purchase for its game against the chicago sky towards planned parenthood and storm players joined a rally ahead of the game in a statement planned parenthood said quote right now we're seeing a relentless effort.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"June temporal scanner wetterer said policy mostly cloudy skies overnight tonight with a chance of showers and storms your low down to seventy one showers and thunderstorms likely throughout the day on wednesday will see a high near ninety mostly cloudy thursday more rain expected high of eighty eight right now seventy three degrees news is a service of advantage roofing a local man is expected to return home later tonight after spending over a year in a north korean prison however the twenty two year old will need medical attention he's been in a coma for most of his sentence net tearful apology in march of last year now seventy months after outta warm pierre within its to fifteen years apart labor in north korea the twenty two year old is coming home he's been in a coma for more than a year after contracting in case of botulism shortly after his public confession on the early morning of january first 2016 i committed micron of taking out the important political slogan from the staff only area of the doctor international hotel warm here was reportedly given a sleeping pill and never woke up greenpeace fighter newsradio settled hundred whl w testimony continued today the retrial a former you see police officer ray tenzing video expert took the stand saying that the police bodycam video captured the day that samuel dubose was killed showed that the car dubose was in had barely moved when tenzing fired the fatal shot tenzing it said that he was being dragged that he he feared for his life a couple from it nor would is accused of ordering fencing ten all from china and then mailing it to dozens of locations in the united states james help it a grace bosworth now facing federal charges.

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"samuel dubose" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"samuel dubose" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"If you don't push their impact nine it in it out and that it is not win pat there it at that what beautiful if you look at it gets started eight but our group not weapons innovative goal he let him do anything cram at all nl they approached him like that in i just ok i'm heartbroken yet hitting or anything eight yeah wicket we want to count ability we wanted and i'm betting if we can get that life kane and i believe that at all help account will get like you know how it be held accountable we get that now mired at the thought that law and they need help for that okay i was wondering we we discuss the data says mike brown eric gone a samuel dubose to may rice many others on this pride in looks that in the cells different case is but they have a common stride to people discuss a night bring them together how to ever appeared to seal family that you will someone you love night and suffering the same site i followed all of those cases quite the starting my heart no doubt the family feel it very but at the end here that would not that my family in on wednesday in it now i know how age make sure we feel at that if that's why are we week you'll have been a part of it i take i know late relief applied to the nl and al prepare right and china shift gears then prepared to bend but there to have an with big maybe.

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