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"shobin" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"What the analysis is for this building. That's kind of my my issue with the left in a lot of ways is that in certain situations, I feel that it is okay to zero in on specific individuals. I think there would be nothing wrong with really zeroing in on the building inspectors. The people who built also the people who built that building in Florida, but instead they want to. They want to zero out. They want to go out further. They want to get vaguer and broader and say global warming and then you think about it. It's the same with Derek Shobin. That was one guy who you could say. You did something bad You deserve to be punished. Every every police officer basically in the United States said That's a bad apple that that is a bad dude. Instead, they said, All of America is racist. They go so broad and the reason they do that is to try to work in their agenda in some way. Instead of just dealing with the crisis at hand. They try to see how they can, you know, play it to their political policies, which really grosses me out. Now Speaking of CNN I teased this earlier in the show. It's definitely worth playing representative Mo Brooks. This is how you handle the mainstream media. Okay, stop doing interviews. I was going to ask. This is a poll question the other day because Christopher Roof Oh was on with joy Reid talking about critical race theory, and he handled her. I mean, he knows what critical race there he is. He's clearly a very intelligent guy. But even with that being said You looked on Twitter and everyone was like, Whoa, Joy! Reid Smackdown! Christopher Roof. Oh, you're never going to get a fair shake on any of these shows, And I said to how we do you even think people should go on these shows anymore. There's there's very, very small chance. You come off looking good, because they're going to either cut it up. They're gonna lie. They're going to cut you off. Um, so I'm not a fan of giving these people any more material. CNN, MSNBC, NPR, CBS, NBC. I think they're all liars, and I do think they're the enemy of the people. I think Trump was 1000% right with that. So Mo Brooks knows how to handle it. So Jim Acosta has resorted to doing man on the street interviews because he has a weekend show and he must be really desperate for material. So he runs into Mo Brooks and the rest is just gold. Cut. Five, please. So take the bike to work, huh? Sometimes. Congressman. Is there any way we can give you the talk about January six? I do not do interviews with CNN because I do not trust CNN to be honorable or truthful. Well, can I ask you do you still believe in Antifa was behind January six. I'm going to say I don't trust you all to be truthful or honest. Well, can you tell us if you regret what you said on January six trust CNN to be truthful or honest, So I do. Well, I'm just asking you questions. I'm asking you fair questions here, sir. Why can't you answer us? We ought to be truthful or with anything it's on and it's on video. If you can just talk to us for a moment, you guys will life. Any any chance to get well. I give you the chance to come on, if you don't mind. Yeah, helpful pressure..
Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Awarded Pulitzer Special Citation
"The teen who filmed the death of George Floyd has received a special journalism on Earth Pulitzer Prizes Awards a special citation to Darnell A. Fraser, the teen who pulled out her cell phone and began filming last year, Police arresting George Floyd video that was used in the murder conviction of former officer Derek Shobin. The Minneapolis Star Tribune also wins the breaking news Pulitzer for its reporting following Floyd's, killing the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, first awarded in 1917 and are considered the fields most prestigious honor in the U. S.
"shobin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"If you are not vaccinated, our guidance just not changed for you. You remain at risk of infection. You still need to mask and take other precautions. DiBlasio taking a knee today for nine minutes and 29 seconds to commemorate the one year anniversary of the death of George Floyd, who died under the knee of former Minneapolis cop Derrick Show a year ago today. We witnessed the murder. We all witnessed a murder every single one of us. And it gripped us and pained US and outraged US and apparent gunfire today at the Minneapolis intercession where George Floyd died. 38th Street in Chicago in Minneapolis, is the site of memorials to mark the death of George Floyd. But those memorials were interrupted by what's believed to have been gunfire in the area. ABC News journalist Alex Parrish, a was in the middle of a report when the apparent shots could be heard that Derek Shobin knelt on George Boyd snacks, but he and his crew moved to safety. It's not clear if there were any injuries from the gunfire. Our grandma Lard ABC News President Biden will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin next month in Switzerland. The White House confirmed. The meeting will take place on June 16th in Geneva. The White House says a full range of pressing issues will be on the agenda. The news is brought to you by Eminem. Dental 718853 57 77 on Now Here's Adrian Wants and WR Navigator. Good afternoon, Jack. Huge problem in New Jersey Multi vehicle.
"shobin" Discussed on AP News
"Of people marched to the courthouse in Minneapolis, where former officer Derek Shobin was found guilty revenue, Al Sharpton told the crowd protests matter. You put your name on a man's neck. Benign in many nine minutes and 29 seconds that we will come out. And show that enough is enough. At a rally in Brooklyn, New York, Floyd's brother, Terrence said, Keep the movement flourishing. We keep my brother's name ringing. You're gonna keep everybody else. His name Ragan. Briana, tell us Sean Bell, and he says, long as we keep their names ringing. The face of justice will look like what it is now change. I'm Julie Walker. More than 12. People were shot during a concert in North Charleston, South Carolina over the weekend, including a 14 year old girl who died, say police. They say it appears a fight broke out during the concert. Hard hit India's now lost more than 300,000. People to the coronavirus are Charles Della Dismas oversees the Ballston, as recorded by India's Health Ministry comes a slowed vaccine deliveries of mother countries fight against the pandemic, forcing many to miss their shots on the rare but fatal fungal infection affecting probate 19 patients has worried doctors here in the U. S. Nearly half of Americans have gotten at least one covert shot. This is AP News. Senator Rand. Paul says he's skipping the cove it vaccine for now, but may reconsider the AP. Shelly Adler has this Kentucky senator Rand. Paul says he won't be getting the covert 19 vaccine, adding he might change his mind of people who previously got the virus or getting reinfected at a greater rate than those who are vaccinated. The Republican on the podcast, released Sunday on WNBC Radio in New York, explained that he doesn't want the federal government ordering him around. Paul claim that he has a natural immunity after getting covered 19 in March of 2020, but research suggests having the virus may not protect against getting infected again. I'm Shelly Adler, Animal rights protesters blocked several McDonald's distribution sites in Britain over the weekend. Trying to get McDonald's to commit to becoming fully plant based by 2025. McDonald's apologized to customers for any disappointment to use its word. I'm Rita Foley AP News I'm Rita Foley within 18 Use Minette. Secretary of State Tony Blinken calls it shocking. Belarus diverted a Ryanair flight between Greece and Lithuania to arrest a Belarus Ian opposition journalist Belarusan flight controllers had warned the plane crew of an alleged bomb threat and ordered it to land Secretary Blinken says they endangered lives, including the lives of Americans on board. It's been almost a year since George Floyd's death yesterday in New York. His brother, Terrence told a rally to keep my brother's name ringing. You're gonna keep everybody else's name Reagan. Rianna tell its song Belle. Oh, man. Come on, Aubrey. You could go through the whole list. There's a lot of them Terrence Floyd her there on WNBC TV in New York. Family members, activists and others marched in Minneapolis, where George Floyd died after then police officer Derrick Show Vin held his knee on Floyd's neck as Floyd pleaded for air. I'm Rita Foley Injured has crossed another grim milestone of more than 300,000. People lost to the Corona virus, as a devastating surge of infections appears to be easing in big cities but still swamps the poorer countryside. The brownstone as recorded by India's Health Ministry comes a slowed vaccine deliveries have mother countries fight against the pandemic, forcing many to miss their shots on the rare but fatal fungal infection affecting probate 19 patients has worried doctors Unjust death toll is the third highest reported in the world, accounting for 8.6% of the nearly 34.7 million coronavirus fatalities globally, Though the true numbers are thought to be significantly greater in the capital, New Delhi residents have died at home with no oxygen as hospitals, exhausted limited supplies and in one by pope it 19 patients have died in crowded hospital corridors. I'm Charles.
"shobin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Israeli prime minister said on Fox News Sunday. He hopes the barrage has sent a message to Hamas. Hopefully, they will think twice even three times before they strike at Israel again. Hundreds died in that fighting. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on ABC s this week said Stopping the shelling is the first step toward that elusive two state solution to assure Israel's future as a Jewish and Democratic state. And, of course, the only way to give the Palestinians the state to which they're entitled. Some in Congress, including Democrats are critical. Of the Biden administration. Sale of arms to Israel that could be used in the conflict. Socks is going all Scott a March and rally in Minneapolis today in memory of George Floyd. He died after former Minneapolis officer Derek Shobin kneel on his neck for about nine minutes. Floyd's death fueled protests were on the globe, putting a harsh spotlight on police brutality. Fox is actually Strohmeyer Floyd's family will visit the White House on Tuesday to mark one year since his death. Over the past year, at least 17 states have prohibited or severely limited the use of choke holds and neck restraints. Many of the new laws include criminal penalties for police officers. They haven't met in the middle gate. But Senate Republicans and the White House are working to find common ground on an infrastructure package. I think we're still pretty far apart, but this is the test. This will determine whether or not we can work together in a bipartisan some way, Senator Susan Collins on ABC is this week. America's listening to Fox News. From the cremation Society of.
"shobin" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Lives Relations with Israel. President Biden has said he's praying for the ceasefire toe last. The secretary of state is expected to head to the region in the next few days to meet with both Israeli and Palestinian officials. The White House again keeping an eye on the cease fire, but also pledging financial support, both for Israel as well as for those folks that are working to rebuild in Gaza. Fox says Mark MEREDITH. While the president expresses strong support for Israel, other members of his party are blasting Israel for killing dozens of innocent people in Gaza with airstrikes. Senate Republican Ted Cruz waiting on Fox is justice with Judge Janine. Hamas wants Palestinian civilians killed because they know Democrats in Washington and the media globally We will act is use useful idiots and attack Israel and that's what we're seeing in Congress right now. Several progressive Democrats are trying to block a plan Arms sale to Israel happening at the White House this week. George Floyd's family at the White House on Tuesday that is to mark the first anniversary of Floyd's death. He died after former Minneapolis Officer Derek Shobin kneel on his neck for about nine minutes. Socks is actually Strohmeyer Floyd's death sparked protests around the world against police brutality. Sheldon is behind bars after being convicted of murder. Three other former officers have yet to stand trial. A developing story in New Jersey, where authorities say multiple people were shot at a House party last night. Fox 29 in Philadelphia, says the incident occurred in bridge 10. America's listening.
"shobin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Fox News, the United Arab Emirates stands ready to help bolster peace efforts between Israel and the Palestinians. That's according to the country's state media agency last The secretary of state is expected to head to the region in the next few days to meet with both Israeli and Palestinian officials. The White House again keeping an eye on the cease fire, but also pledging financial support, both for Israel as well as for those folks that are working to rebuild in Gaza. Faxes Mark MEREDITH. While the president expresses strong support for Israel, other members of his party are blasting Israel for killing dozens of innocent people in Gaza with airstrikes. Senate Republican Ted Cruz waiting on Fox is justice with Judge Janine. Hamas wants Palestinian civilians killed because they know Democrats in Washington and the media globally well, actors use useful idiots and attack Israel and that's what we're seeing in Congress right now. Several progressive Democrats are trying to block a plan Arms sale to Israel happening at the White House this week. George Floyd's family at the White House on Tuesday that is to mark the first anniversary of Floyd's death. He died after former Minneapolis Officer Derek Shobin kneel on his neck for about nine minutes. Socks is actually Strohmeyer Floyd's death sparked protests around the world against police brutality. Shelvin is behind bars after being convicted of murder. Three other former officers have yet To stand trial. A developing story in New Jersey, where authorities say multiple people were shot at a House party last night. Fox 29 in Philadelphia, says the incident occurred in bridge 10. America's listening to Fox.
"shobin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Region in the next few days to meet with both Israeli and Palestinian officials. The White House again keeping an eye on the cease fire, but also pledging financial support, both for Israel as well as for those folks that are working to rebuild in Gaza. Fox says Mark MEREDITH. While the president expresses strong support for Israel, other members of his party are blasting Israel for killing dozens of innocent people in Gaza with airstrikes. Senate Republican Ted Cruz waiting on Fox is justice with Judge Janine. Hamas wants Palestinian civilians killed because they know Democrats in Washington and the media globally will act as use useful idiots and attack Israel and that's what we're seeing in Congress right now. Several progressive Democrats are trying to block a plan Arms sale to Israel happening at the White House this week. George Floyd's family at the White House on Tuesday that is to mark the first anniversary of Floyd's death. He died after former Minneapolis Officer Derek Shobin kneel on his neck for about nine minutes. Socks is actually Strohmeyer Floyd's death sparked protests around the world against police brutality. Sheldon is behind bars after being convicted of murder. Three other former officers have yet to stand trial. A developing story in New Jersey, where authorities say multiple people were shot at a House party last night. Fox 29 in Philadelphia, says the incident occurred in bridge 10 America's listening to Fox News. From the cremation Society of Minnesota Weather Center. Mostly cloudy and cooler today with a high in the mid seventies. A few showers and storms any rain wraps up tonight loaded 65 Still a chance.
"shobin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A new pandemic debate on Lisa Brady Fox News are expanded unemployment benefit. It's holding back a return to work in the US Both the president and Treasury chief Janet Yellen, say that does not appear to be a major factor starting up in the economy again trying Togut it back on track after a pandemic in which You're a lot of supply bottlenecks is going to be, I think a bumpy problem process this after in April employment report showing just 266,000 jobs created President Biden says it's further evidence the economy needs help pitching his jobs plan, which Republicans say will stifle growth with tax hikes. All four former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's arrest. Or indicted on federal charges accused of willfully violating Floyd's civil rights and failing to provide medical care. Separately today, Derek Shoven, who was convicted of murder in Floyd's death, is also charged with federal civil rights counts in the 2017 arrest of a teenager where a nearest train was also used in the teen was injured in the Floyd case. Shobin is awaiting sentencing while the other officers Have yet to be tried, and it is just stabbing two Asian women at a bus stop in San Francisco, is now charged with attempted murder. San Francisco district attorney has charged Patrick Thompson with premeditated attempted murder assault with a deadly weapon and elder abuse. The Asian women, 65 85 were stabbed while waiting at a bus stop. The DEA said in a statement that one victim's lung was punctured and the other had to have the knife removed from her at the hospital. Thompson has a lengthy and violent record, The D a senator statement that in 2017 Thompson was found incompetent to stand trial. It was later entered into a mental health diversion program. And in her statement, the D A says over the next two years, while no longer in the program, Thompson was quote on Lee, arrested for missing court dates and possessing a drug pipe boxes. Jessica Rosenthal America is.
"shobin" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"E New Pandemic Debate On Lisa Brady Fox News are expanded unemployment benefits holding back a return to work in the US both the president and Treasury chief Janet Yellen, say that does not appear to be a major factor starting open economy again trying Togut it back on track. Have to rip endemic in which there are a lot of supply bottlenecks is going to be, I think a bumpy problem process this after in April employment report showing just 266,000 jobs created President Biden says it's further evidence the economy needs help pitching his jobs plan, which Republicans say will stifle growth with tax hikes. All four former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's arrest or indicted on federal charges accused of willfully violating Floyd's. All rights and failing to provide medical care. Separately today, Derek Shoven, who was convicted of murder in Floyd's death, is also charged with federal civil rights counts in the 2017 arrest of a teenager where a nearest train was also used in the team was injured in the Floyd case. Shobin is awaiting sentencing, while the other officers have yet to be tried the man accused of stabbing to Asian women at a bus stop in San Francisco. Now charged with attempted murder. The San Francisco district attorney has charged Patrick Thompson with premeditated attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and elder abuse. The Asian women 65 85 were stabbed while waiting at a bus stop. The DEA said in a statement that one victim's lung was punctured and the other had to have the knife removed from her at the hospital. Thompson has a lengthy and violent record, The D a senator statement that in 2017 Thompson was found incompetent to stand trial. It was later entered into a mental health diversion program. And in her statement, the D A says over the next two years, while no longer in the program, Thompson was quote on Lee, arrested for missing court dates and possessing a drug pipe boxes. Jessica Rosenthal America is listening to Fox News. If you have an unpaid.
"shobin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On the calendar to look forward to. Broadway theaters. Maybe you open on September 14th at full capacity. Governor Cuomo says they can decide their own re entry requirements, such as weather patrons will need to be vaccinated against covert 19 performances on Broadway have been suspended since last March. Increasing clouds today so that sunshine will disappear with a high of 65 Today tonight a slim chance of overnight showers and low 50 Saturday a 50 50 chance of showers with a high new 57. Then on Sunday, a slim chance of late afternoon rain with a high near 64 is 50. Now this is w. N. Y. C at 6 35. Support for NPR comes from W. N. Y C members and from Duck Taco Ah Privacy company committed to making privacy online simple used by tens of millions. They offer private search and tracker blocking, with one download. Duck duck, Go privacy, simplified and want Lee committed to helping self employed workers and small businesses get their P P. P loans application determines eligibility. More at w o m p l y dot com slash NPR Morning edition From NPR news. I'm Noel King and I'm Steve Inskeep. We are approaching the one year anniversary of the death of George Floyd. And we could be sure of one thing. The protests and court proceedings after his murder in Minneapolis might never have happened without a bystander's video. Videos of many incidents across this country are transforming law enforcement from police training to prosecutions. And NPR's Cheryl Corley is covering that story. Cheryl Good morning the morning. I guess we should say this change has been coming for some time. Yeah, we've seen it over the past three decades. You may remember it started with the Rodney King case where we had this really searing video of four police officers beating King that really Shocked the country precipitated a trial and the officers were acquitted. And what some called a don't believe what you see verdict. And then there've been other cases like Lando Casteel case That's the school cafeteria superintendent who was pulled over For one of many traffic stops during his lifetime and his girlfriend live stream that encounter on Facebook. The officer acquitted and in the Derrick Shobin trial. The prosecuting attorney tells the jury believe what you saw and.
"shobin" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"NBC news. Capitol correspondent Casey Huh? You Michelle Sindoor, the White House correspondent for PBS news out Former Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri and Lottie, Check fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. Clara want to start with you. Some of your former colleagues are I mean, getting a little nervous about some of these tax increases and you're seeing more openness to You know you don't have to pay for all of it. Where is this realistically heading? Are we going for probably half of what's been proposed on the tax increases at the end of the day on a little more deficit spending. Probably. I mean, what What Chuck Schumer has to do is he has to work through Ah, many, many senators. It's not just Joe Manchin and person cinema. There are other senators that are consumed, concerned about competitiveness and making sure that we target these tax increases for the people who aren't paying their fair share. Will it be 28 in terms of a corporate rate? Maybe 25. Maybe 26. Maybe 27 Will everything on the wish list get through. No, probably not. But at the end of the day, Chuck Schumer's gonna work through those senators and try to get them all to agree. And then once he gets close to 50 like 49, a half Then he starts working on the Republicans to get across the finish line. You know, it's interesting. It was notable that Janet Yellen, never. She mentioned a specific percentage rates of some tax increases They're proposing, but not the corporate tax increase, which I think was notable Lani. There seems to be though you know, Rich Lowry made this point earlier this week. There's no tea party. There is no it doesn't seem as if this version of the Republican Party is is allergic to the debt, frankly, as the as the version of the Republican Party that Rob Portman grew up in Yeah, well, look, the Republican Party should feel like they need to make a case on the value of fiscal responsibility. That is something that I think is an important case to be made. And if you look at the proposals of the president's put forward What is clear is that yeah, you know, I think the public as your polling shows does want the government to do more. But they also want the government to live in some ways within its means. So there is a significant amount of support, for example, for a skinny down package that focuses on transportation, infrastructure and water infrastructure, somewhere in the neighborhood of $600 billion. That's a much more responsible approach than the several trillion dollar jobs plan to the president's put forward. So I think the Republicans need to make the case on why it is that it's important to have packages that address the need, but also do so in a responsible way. Look in the long run. Actually, independent estimates suggest the president's jobs plan shrinks the size of the economy over the long run, So these are the kinds of points Republicans need to be making as they debate these issues. Casey, Look, this is your beat. It seems like Republicans and even Joe Mansion and some other Democrats want to do this more piecemeal. Is this where we're headed? Are we going to see a syriza of the physical infrastructure bills on? That's what happens and then what will find out whatever's left at the end of the summer, and then Democrats decide what to do. Do you think that's a possibility? Truck? I don't think that it's been firmly decided. And as I was listening to Senator Portman earlier in the broadcast, I thought he sounded more optimistic than I might have expected him to more open. Potentially doing something like that, and I do think if they are going to pass something that has Republican votes, it's likely not going to be everything that President Biden wants, and I think there are a lot of Democrats were assuming that they are at the end of the day. Going to have to go it alone, especially frankly, if they want to pay for it. So you know that I think you've hit on exactly the right tension here. There are. There are no Republicans who are interested in raising these taxes the way Democrats are talking about. But there is some nervousness among especially some of the more pro business Democrats, who, frankly are afraid to step out and do that in public because of exactly what Bernie Sanders outline Senator Sanders Outlined in your conversation with him, so that's going to be a behind the scenes dynamic that I think is really going to drive a lot of this, You know, you means I am curious. Progressives are getting a lot of what they want, but they're not happy about the healthcare provision. Um They so unhappy, they would it would muddy up everything else. Or is this one of things that they may rhetorically complain about, but accepted if nothing else, changes. I think that that's a big question that needs to be answered right now. It sounds as though progresses air definitely wanting to push at least to try to get Medicare for all to try to get some of the Medicare changes that Senator Bernie Sanders was just outlining for you. But overall, when you talk to progressive lawmakers, they are largely happy with what they're seeing from this biting administration. You have people like Larry Cohen. Saying his staffing wouldn't have been any better if it was Bernie Sanders as president. You have progressive saying that? Yes, we want to see a bit more, and it's our job to push him, But in fact, we are getting a lot of what we want $6 trillion in spending. If you add up all of the Bible plans right now, That's a lot of money at the Biden initiations, really leaning in on the idea that they can expand the idea of bipartisanship to include all those Republicans who want to see money further for their cities, and they want to see it go past this roads and bridges. Impact People's lives like home health care Workers Community college all of the different things that the Biden administration is proposing. I think it's going to be a big challenge to get Republicans to go on because the 2017 tax cuts were really their signature thing that they want to keep aboard and want to keep really there. That's why I smell deficit spending coming in a big way. I want to quickly play a comment from Senator Scott and the Republican response on Get you guys to react on the other side. Here it is. Today. Q's. They're being taught that the color of their skin defines them again. If you look a certain way, Verin oppressor hear me clearly. America is not Racist country. You mean on Casey? This sparked a huge debate among quite a few folks about the role of race in the history of America. Here's my curiosity. You mean did his comments put police bipartisan police reform at risk? I don't think so talking to sources because if you saw the day after President Biden as well as vice president here's echoed that saying they don't believe America is the race this country. They did, though, Say something that Senator Scott did not say which is that there are consequences to slavery that have completely embedded themselves in American society, from health care to education to how the corn right it's pandemic, exposed and exploited real inequalities in our in our country, But I think talking to the lawmakers and talking to the White House There is this inflection point after Derek Shobin being found guilty of murdering George Boy that feels like lawmakers will be able to get some sort of bill at least negotiated and get far in those discussions. So I don't think this specific comment from Senator from Senator Scott is going up and that and I think Democrats are really trying to lean in to say, what can we get done on this specific issue? Because it is so of course, really all encompassing When you look at how policing and African Americans are dealing in this country, Casey very quickly. I mean, I'm hesitant Lucy and the football Charlie Brown and you name it, But I think the amount of optimism there is about a bipartisan police reform deal coming to fruition. Are you that optimistic? I am actually optimistic Truck. Republicans have a very strong messenger in Tim Scott. They're lucky to have him. They trust him. I think if it's going to happen, you're going to see the majority. Vast majority of Republicans go with it. It's not going to be Tim Scott and nine other Republicans. So I do think right now. Today it's possible. All right when we come back, So you think you know who the political winners and losers are with the next.
"shobin" Discussed on 790 KABC
"After being injured by a downed power line while battling a four alarm fire in the city of Orange. The fire broke out at about 12 40 PM on South Harlem Street. It started as a vehicle fire between two homes that spread to multiple residences. The firefighters, who were hit by the electrical lines were rushed to an area hospital, but the severity of their injuries is not quite clear. Another person in a residence has also hurt. Federal agents. Are they Southeast Texas home after over 90 possible human smuggling victims were discovered inside and basically, you know, in there and you're their basic clothing and all all huddled together, so that's what we that's what we saw when we got in. Houston. Assistant Police chief Darren Edwards says They were originally called to the scene after getting a 911 call about a potential kidnapping last night. Investigators are trying to figure out if any potential suspects may be posing as victims. No serious injuries are reported. But Edwards notes, some of the people are showing Corona virus symptoms. If Derrick show Vin had been found not guilty, federal agents were ready to arrest him right inside the courthouse, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Justice Department officials were going to arrest show Vin for civil rights violations in the death of George Floyd Turns out the plan wasn't necessary as Shobin was found guilty on all charges. Now, DOJ prosecutors want to indict Children for the death of Floyd and a violent arrest of a teenage boy in 2017, while the three ex officers will only be charged with Floyd's death. I'm Tom Roberts. The T S A is extending the face mask requirement for all public modes of transportation, including air travel and tell September 13th K ABC Sports LeBron James could be back in action tonight for the Lakers..
"shobin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And now Russian dissident Alexey Navalny made his first court appearance since his hunger strike today a strike he started because he said he wasn't getting the medical attention he needed for leg and back pain as he serves a 2.5 year sentence for what supporters say are trumped up parole violation charges. He also survived being poisoned last year and act he blames on the Kremlin. Russian officials deny any involvement. The BBC Steve Rosenberg choices from Moscow, and you've seen the video from the jail where he's being held. How'd he look? He looked good, but that's not surprising when you consider that he was on hunger strike. More than three weeks. Now. That's hunger strike is over, and he's gradually increasing his his intake of food. But despite looking got Hey sounded a defiant note, and he used the opportunity this this appeal hearing. To take a swipe at President Putin, referring to the Kremlin leader, he said the emperor has no clothes. His crown is falling down around his ears. He claimed that President Putin couldn't care less. About Russia was clinging on to power. He said that Russians of being turned into slaves, so despite everything hey, he he was sounding defiant. But, unsurprisingly hey lost this appeal, which was appeal against Recent conviction for slandering a World War two veteran. I mean, Mr Levine has lost every appeal. He's been involved in in recent weeks and months, so I think his team weren't expecting this one to work up in today. Well, he's supporters feel the fix is in and Steve, I just want ask you briefly. Hey, you know he survives a poisoning most feel by the Kremlin. He comes back when he lands he's detained, Arrested. He's not getting the medical cheapen you needed. He goes on this hunger strike, which he gradually ends. To get the medal medical care he needs, but he survives that as well. Is this just building this? Maybe even a myth around him that he's unbeatable. Even though he's in jail? Well, it's to a certain extent that is the kind of myth that is being created. Absolutely. On. Do you have to ask you? Is this the act of a courageous, very courageous and brave man of reckless man? I mean, you know, coming back to Russia, he would have known That he would have bean arrested. That's exactly what happened. But Mr Levine the is a is a political creature, and he knew that if he remained outside of the country Then that would be the end of his political career. He felt that he had to come back to Russia to continue his political battle with President Putin. I think the Kremlin haven't been expecting him to return. They were shocked that he decided to return. But this is definitely a Thorne now in the side off President Putin because every time President Putin will meet foreign Western leaders The name the vinyl E will be mentioned. It's a name that even President Putin himself can't bring himself to actually pronounce well. Crime on is now targeting the valley's organization, calling them extremist. What is the endgame here? Yeah. I mean, the pressure really is mounting now on Basically and attempt to protect people who work for his organizations or some way linked to it. But if this goes ahead if his movement is labeled extremist And that has far ranging consequences. It means that anyone linked to Mr Nine is regional offices or foundations could face criminal punishment. BBC, Steve Rosenberg and Moscow. We will continue to follow this with you. Thank you, Steve. You're welcome. It's here and now. Immigration advocates want the Biden administration to remove asylum restrictions imposed by its predecessor. But a recent surge in the number of migrants at the border could complicate things. This general public support for protection of people who are facing persecution, but it's not unlimited people get nervous when it looks like it says under control system will hear testimony from migrants fleeing domestic violence on the next morning edition from NPR News. The story the California report and much more tomorrow morning two a.m. until nine a.m. I'm Jack Let PR's Five people are dead in North Carolina, including two sheriff's deputies after suspected home invasion and armed standoff. Authorities say suspected gunman opened fire on deputies who are called to a home after the residents didn't go to work. It is believed he killed those residents. Before dying by suicide. German pharmaceutical by on Tech says it expects to see results from studies on its Corona virus vaccine in younger Children later this year, says results for Children 5 to 12 years old should be available in July. Results for Children under five should be available in September. Germany's highest court is ordering the government to set clear emissions reductions goals going beyond the year. 2030. It's currently aiming to cut emissions by 55% by then, but Does not lay out how it plans to reach net zero emissions by 2050 you're listening to here and now I'm Judy Woodruff. On the next news hour. We sit down with two of the prosecutors in the Derrick Shobin trial and discuss fall out from the verdict. That's Thursday from the PBS.
Republican Candidate for Governor Says Chauvin Verdict Makes Her ‘Sick’
"Virginia is no stranger to controversy, and now she's being criticized following a comment she made about the Derrick Show Vin trial shortly after Shobin was found guilty in the killing of George Floyd on Tuesday for junior Republican state Senator Amanda Chase, who's running for governor, told a crowd at a campaign stop Today's verdict mates, Me said. She said she believed the jury made his decision largely to prevent civil unrest rather than to serve justice. I am so concerned about our lawns You're smart right now quitting and you should be, too She has caused controversy before. In January, the state Senate voted to censure her, in part because she used the word Patriots when talking about people who stormed the capital. Nick I. Nelly. W T O P.
Derek Chauvin Faces up to 40 Years in Jail
"Los Angeles County with 41,000 of them within the Los Angeles City limits. I might grow CIA AP News I'm to McGuire former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shobin faces the possibility of up to 40 years in In prison when he sentenced in two months. He was found guilty on two murder charges and a manslaughter charge for the death of George Floyd Last May. Frederick England was among the hundreds of people who marked the verdict that the intersection where Floyd died. This is not only good for me and this community is good for my son is good for people who look like me. It is good for people who just want a better society. We want a better community. That's what this is about. President Biden says Floyd step can lead to a better country guilty verdict. Does not bring back George But The family's pain. They're finding purpose. So George George's legacy will not be just about his death. About what we must do in his memory. Former federal prosecutor David Weinstein says today's conviction sends a loud and clear message to police not just in Minneapolis but across the country. This means that there needs to be more meaningful training by police agencies there needs to be more attention paid by police officers to the training that they received. And those officers need to take into account exactly what has
Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin's Trial
"Our top story, the latest on the Derrick Shobin trial. The jury continues to deliberate today. The former Minneapolis police officer charged with manslaughter and two counts of murder for kneeling on the handcuff George Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes last May. In closing arguments yesterday, prosecutors argued that Floyd died of loss of oxygen under showman's knee. Defense attorneys argue that an underlying heart condition and drugs and Floyd system Pose the 46 Year old's death, the entire city of Minneapolis and much of the country bracing for
Biden Says He's Praying For "The Right Verdict"
"The jury is sequestered as it deliberates evidence in the Derrick Show. Vin Murder Trial cities on alert for When a verdict happens at the White House President Biden weighing in on the trial and tensions across the country, President Biden Tuesday said he held off on weighing in on the trial. Of Derek Shobin until after the jury had the case and was sequestered. Praying The verdict is right for Nick. It's overwhelming and like you, I wouldn't say that. The jury was sequestered now hear me say that, the president said He spoke by phone Monday with members of George Floyd's family because he wanted to know how they were doing can only imagine. The pressure and anxiety they're feeling. Karen Travers ABC NEWS Washington members of the
4th Night of Protests After Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Charged
"Gathered and protest that again tonight and support of Dante writes a 20 year old black man killed by now former Brooklyn's center Minnesota police officer Achim Potter during a traffic stop. Potter was charged with second degree manslaughter. Or from CBS News is Chris Martinez. 20 year old Wright's death set off protests and unrest in the aftermath of the Sunday shooting in the Minneapolis suburb. It happened just miles from where fired Officer Derek Shobin is being tried for murder in the death of George Floyd. Wednesday night, People held a vigil at the scene of Dante and writes death while protesters also gathered more than 900 miles away in Atlanta. Potter was a 26 year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison.
Los Angeles sergeant weighs in on whether Chauvin's actions were justified
"Lie from NPR News. I'm Laxmi, saying the state has called an expert in use of force practices to take the stand and former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show van's murder trial. Prosecutor Steve Schleicher questions Sergeant Jody Steiger of the Los Angeles Police Department. But whether he believed George Floyd posed a threat to show Vin and other officers when he was arrested last year and pin face down on the ground while handcuffed I'd like you to focus then on the second factor. That is whether Mr Floyd pose an immediate threat. The safety of the officers or others at the time during the restraint period. No, he did not. And why not? Because he was in the pram position. He was handcuffed, Hey, was not attempting to resist. He was not attempting to assault the officers kick punch or anything of that nature. Video of the deadly encounter showed show impressing his knee and a Floyd's neck from where the nine minutes the defense maintains Shobin acted in accordance with his police
George Floyd's Girlfriend Take Stand In Derek Chauvin Murder Trial
"Testimony providing new insight into George Floyd's Life and death of the Minneapolis trial of Fired Cop Derrick Showman for Floyd's killing last spring. Floyd's girlfriend taking the stand, This was the first person to take the stand Who knew George Floyd personally? They were together for three years. She talked about that opioid addiction on so here, her was important, and both the prosecution and defense tried to use her to their advantage. Talk about that opioid addiction because we know the defense for Derek Shobin wants to show that it was the drugs in his system. The fentanyl the Met that caused his death. Baby sees Kenneth Mountain
Store cashier expresses `disbelief, guilt' over George Floyd
"George Boyd was arrested for allegedly passing a counterfeit $20 bill to a convenience store cashier store video played in court Chode Floyd, laughing and talking with others in the store minutes before his death. Video outside of the store showed police officers taking Floyd out of a car in handcuffing him and his testimony. 19 year old Christopher Martin, who sold Floyd a pack of cigarettes, said he immediately believed the $20 bill that Floyd gave him was fake. But Floyd might not have known it and he regretted taking the bill it all, Martin said as he watched the deadly encounter between then Officer Derek Shobin and Floyd. He felt disbelief and
Chauvin’s Defense Takes Aim at Mixed Martial Artist Donald Williams II
"Former Minneapolis police officer continues. Derek Shobin is accused of kneeling on George Floyd for more than nine minutes. Last May, Donald Williams saw what was happening and called 911. He says What show Vin did was murder or you're scared for your son? Yes, I was totally scared for my safety and the people around him. There was also testimony today from a young woman who took the widely seen cell phone video of the incident. Police officer killed in last
Judge reinstates third-degree murder charge against Derek Chauvin
"Degree murder charge has been reinstated against the former Minneapolis cop charged in George Floyd's death. Judge granted prosecutors request to put the charge back in after defendant Derek Shobin failed to get an appeals court to block it. That judge had earlier rejected the charge. Sheldon already faces second degree murder and manslaughter charges, and legal experts say the added charge helps prosecutors by giving jurors another option to convict him. Potential jurors air back today to continue the selection process. So far, just five jurors have been seated in
"shobin" Discussed on WTOP
"For qualified buyers. Go toe long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. Jack Taylor, Deputy T o p. Traffic, Okay, lay it on us. Lauren Who? When you re expecting some snow around here Well, the first flakes will start to fly after about 4 P.m., but really get going after about 89 o'clock tonight, and we'll see moving from the South Western. Plenty of time to get things done. Today We'll have some clowns with peeks of sunshine. Temperatures will be right around 40 degrees. Now as that snow pushes into the region, we will see all You know, I really have the onset through the duration of the first event. And this is coming in two waves one tonight through tomorrow morning, one tomorrow afternoon through Friday, mid day, So two waves, two different paths for these storms. And this is new information overnight. So the first one this afternoon through tomorrow morning by tomorrow morning, couple inches of snow on the ground If you are north of I 66 north of Route 50 in Maryland 123. Now if you're south of that this is more gonna be a little light. Mixed to a rain event for you. You may have a little slushy coating on the ground tomorrow morning, but that's about it. We'll start to see everything. Lighten up through the mid day tomorrow, maybe a little low by tomorrow after early afternoon, and then after, you know, four or five o'clock tomorrow afternoon, our second wave pushes into the area, and now this one takes more of a southern track. And that means areas south of I 66 south of route 50. You're likely going to get the snow totals on this one, D C and points north. We're gonna be on the northern periphery of This second little wave Thursday night into Friday morning could squeak out another inch. But generally across the region were expecting 2 to 5 inches before this storm exit down here by Friday midday. Then we're dry Friday night dry Saturday morning, and then we've got another little system headed our way Saturday night into Sunday morning, This one looks like a freezing rain event, with some snow mixed in as well. Temperatures out there Right now it's chilly were up to 35 in Washington, Baltimore, only at 30 degrees Leesburg, Frederick, third. You too. Wow. Crazy. All right. Thank you. Lauren 6 52. It's three years and eight months in prison for a Virginia man who drove his pickup truck through a crowd of black lives matter. Protestors, Harry Rogers, who has acknowledged being a KKK member, was convicted on numerous counts, including assault and battery. Rogers struck at least two people last June and Henrico County after driving over a media near a Confederate monument. Then, through a group of protesters, No one was seriously injured. Rogers apologized in court. They are the guards who work in a Minnesota jail, and they have filed a lawsuit that alleges racial discrimination. Now they work at the facility where former police officer Derek Shobin is being held while he awaits trial in the death of George Floyd. These eight guards say that they have been barred from working on the floor where show business held. The guards who identify as African American Hispanic Pacific Islander American and a multiracial said they were segregated solely.
"shobin" Discussed on WTOP
"Metro area medical centers. 11 41 new tonight, the Trump Administration asking the U. S. Supreme Court to put an immediate hold on a lower court ruling that allows the 2020 senses to continue through the end of this month. While continues to appeal. Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall wrote in an application to the nation's high court that the appellate court's ruling will still force the bureau to violate the December 31st deadline. And it conflicts with the district judges rationale for issuing the injunction. In the first place. The appeals court did. Streit did strike down a key provision that had suspended a year and deadline for numbers used in deciding how many congressional seats each day it gets. President Trump has sent some mixed signals on negotiating any economic stimulus package. But the White House now says it's not closing the door to a deal. W T. O P is Mitchell Miller's on Capitol Hill who see what they put on the table. And anything is possible. The president's top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, talking about what congressional Democrats might offer up now that President Trump has reversed himself. After saying negotiations were finished. After the markets fell Tuesday. The president later tweeted that he'd be willing to consider bills that would provide stimulus checks to Americans or assistance to the airlines. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has reacted coolly with her office, noting that Democrats tried unsuccessfully to advance airline legislation last week, and it still appears there's little chance of a relief measure getting past before Election Day. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T o P 9 11 42 with the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd is now out of jail after posting a million dollar bond more from CBS's Maria Garcia Derek Shobin was released from custody at a prison facility in Oak Park Heights, where he was being detained on second degree murder charges. The other three officers involved in the case have been out on bail pending trial. Currently, all four men are scheduled to face trial together in March, but the judge is weighing a request to have them tried separately. Shobin, who is white, is the officer caught on camera, pressing his knee against Floyd's neck for several minutes before he died. Maria Garcia CBS News meantime, in the days after Floyd's death, there were violent protests in France, William County and that lead to a lawsuit saying Democratic supervisors held a secret meeting to give He's their marching orders, The suit said. All five Democratic.
"shobin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"KFBK. Russian hunters are targeting organizations trying to develop a corona virus vaccine in the UK, the United States and Canada. Security services have warned about this. The UK is national cybersecurity centers that hackers almost certainly operated as part of Russian intelligence services. It did not specify which organizations have been targeted or whether any information had been stolen, but said vaccine research had not been hindered by the hackers. Newly public body camera video from to Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's arrest shows a panicked and fearful Floyd pleading with the officers in the minutes before his death. With details on this newly released video. We're joined by ABC is Ryan Burrow, Ryan. What is new about this body cam footage? Maybe some things that we haven't seen or heard before. It's interesting because as the court tries to prevent Mohr information from being made public and potentially tainting the jury pool and potentially making it very difficult to have a fair trial, what they allowed yesterday was for by appointment media to enter the courthouse and view the video and then go back and reported. It wasn't necessarily as though they gave us some kind of video link or some kind of Disc to spread out to the public. That's not the way they did this. They just wanted immediate at some kind of context that went along with the text versions of these body cam video. So as you mentioned we we see in these videos. Floyd appearing very distraught, he pleads for his life. Hey, said that he just had Cove it. He refused to go in the back seat of a squad car. And, of course, that is what led to those officers being on top of him, and then Officer Shobin with the need to the neck for what appears to be now seven minutes and 46 seconds, Not the original eight minutes and 46 seconds. But we could get into that another time. And this is just kind of a way to get more of this information out into the public to show that it is available, while not necessarily releasing its and potentially Changing any kind of future trial. So is we do think that this probably would be used as evidence, though, by the prosecution this and I mean how much footage are they going to Be using in the prosecution. Will this likely be part of the case? Absolutely. I'm assuming, and there's no reason to believe that there will be any of this footage that will be held back. I mean, this is body camera footage from the people who were at the scene. Obviously, we've all been exposed to the cell phone video that was taken at the scene as well. That has also been entered in his evidence You've got Four police officers who are facing trial right now on Ah, couple of the officers who right now stand charged in this case with aiding and abetting second degree murder. I plan to actually defend themselves by using this video saying, Look, our officers were actually telling Officer Derrick drove in to get off and tried to roll over George Floyd because he was struggling. In fact, they asked him twice. And you, Khun get a little bit more perspective in the video off the urgency, especially the second time with Officer Lane. Saying We should really roll him over to his side. As people started to gather and started shouting things that the police you could tell there's urgency in his voice. And he does go on assist. George Floyd. He eyes rolled into the ambulance. So that is going to be part of the defense. Actually, for the officers in this case, all right, Ryan Burrow. Thank you very much appreciate your report. Yeah, Disturbing to say the least. All right, let's get outside and talk about it. We'll.
"shobin" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
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