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"six witnesses" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In the morning 7 10 W. O R. Michael as the morning off Norm Laden is here and today already closing arguments and Derek shoving tribes and the death of George Floyd. In Minneapolis and I guess if he's closing arguments go quickly. No, I'm the jury could get the case as early is later today. Yeah, I think you know the thought, is it? That probably will happen. I mean, look how fast the defense that what they have six witnesses and all. It was pretty quick. And the prosecution. I think I'd like 36 witnesses. The whole trial's only been three weeks. Sometimes these things drag on forever, but in closing, I think my senses by the end of the day. Yeah, the jury could have it. Who knows how quick they could come back with a verdict? Well, I think obviously the pressure's on on a defense here. I think the prosecution's made a pretty good case, which they will no doubt some up in their closing arguments, But the fence really hasn't had much talk about tailpipes and and the heart. And this is that the other thing, But when all said and done The knee on the neck probably contributed to the death. No matter what they're going to claim the official cause is and I don't know what their closing arguments will be. They'll try toe. You know, connect some dots. You know, we'll see how it goes. Yeah, the prosecution doing a good job, just replaying that video over and over and over again for the jury, so the jury has Whether this matters not, but the jury has three black man. Ah black woman for white women, two white men and two women who identify as multiracial. So this was, of course, who the two sides came up with when they sat that jury And now it'll be, of course, up to them to make the decision. But it really what? We're worried about what we're watching Land is the aftermath of all this and, you know, I ride into Manhattan every day through midtown. I come down six or Seventh Avenue and come down to our studios and Tribeca and what I've noticed over the last 24 hours. Is business isn't in Midtown have started boarding up the outsides of their buildings. Real anticipation of this all. Yeah, they're worried. They saw what happened during you know the chaos. It was complete chaos after the George of Floyd death, you know, last year and you saw what happened. Buildings were broken into smashed into. And so now you have these big businesses. Right there in Midtown with Big board's over them today, and my guess is once one business sees another one boarding themselves up. You'll see everything in Midtown by, you know, maybe today later tomorrow will be boarded up. Well, my concern. You know, there's three possible uh, three charges and if he gets the lesser of the charges, if that's the one that's found guilty, even though it's some kind of a manslaughter commission, I think That's when you may see problems. I think there were people there are some activists won't be happy unless it's the you know the whole shooting match If he gets convicted of everything, Yeah, the NBA by the way, they're also you know, everybody is preparing for this thing. You know you have the NYPD now saying that no unscheduled breaks will be honored. If you you know, if you had scheduled vacation time, you'll be able to take it. But you can't take it over the next week. If you did not. You'll have to work overtime, depending on what happens And then you have the MBA. Today, saying they're worried about what the verdict is going to mean for the league. You remember last week when everything happened with the with the murder of why am I blanking on the 20 year Olds? Name right onto right. Don't do right. They had to cancel the Nets Timberwolves game because they were worried about what was going on in Minnesota. They canceled that game. They played the follower. They postponed it played following day. Now they're worried about what this might mean for NBA games across the country. The thought is that some of these ones might be possible and then on top of that, you take it a step further. The thought is that some of these players from some of these teams will sit out these games. Maybe so much so that some of these teams may not be able to feel the team to go out and play. So they're reaching out to all these teams and their anticipation of this verdict and asking this players. Hey, how are you going to react to this? Are you going to sit on the bench or you're going to play So we know whether we can put a game together. Come after this verdict, And of course I'm sure. Many of these players don't know how they're going to react because there they want to see how this verdict plays out. You know, it's interesting. You bring that up because a story that broke last week which we really don't have time to get into was when Dante right. He was a 20 year old motorist in Brooklyn Center who was shot to death when the police officer thought she was using a Taser tornadoes are gone. One of the Yankees. Aaron Hicks just sat out, he said he was so upset he don't wanna play. And you know some fans they're saying that wait a second. You know if you're upset about something like that, you're not gonna play. You know he had no connection with Dante right under the fact that he's black, and he decided he was going to sit out of the game. And so when you bring up the fact that a lot of players in the MBA just may not play, he's just wonder where that's all gonna lead in the house that what's what's gonna happen in the future? No matter what an issue comes up and someone sits at I mean, if you are I said we're not gonna go to work today. I'm really upset over some news story. How do you think our bosses would feel? Well? Yeah, these guys, You know what they're making 50 60 70 $80 million, whatever their contracts are But and they they feel the NBA look in your lifetime. Do you remember the NBA being as political as it is today? In the last 23 years, it's become enormously political. And the embassy itself has had to respond to some of these stories because the players now feel like they are the leaders and they want to speak out when they see something that they don't like her. They see something. Against their community. That is wrong and up s O. I think it's gonna be really interesting over the next what, however fastest verdict comes back, and I think my sense is it'll come back pretty fast, how they'll respond. I got a question for both you guys. Do you think just this is a scenario say Derek Sheldon is convicted of the top charge. You think there's not gonna be any trouble? There's going to be trouble, no matter what it is. No matter what So you do you think Lynn that if he convicted of the most serious charge, there will not be any unrest. Well, if there's going to be on red on rest, why, But why? I don't see. I don't get that. Well, they because police brutality now we need to have justice in Dante. Right? We need justice for Briana Taylor. We want justice for all black victims of police. Violence. It's gonna be fine. Maybe you're right. I was just I was assuming that they be pro testing if they didn't get the top charge, But you're saying they're gonna protest no matter what. I think so. You don't think they're gonna call all this off? It's all planned already. He, of course. And I'm my guess is in some cases, People are already being bused into Minneapolis ahead of signs have been made. I mean, come on. We're having approved a plan made them at least don't just come out. I wasn't invited. Yeah, I don't know. I was invited me here is German Shea. The, uh, you know, NYPD police commissioner. We have a tough week or two up ahead. A lot is going to obviously hinge on the outcome in Minneapolis, But I think you know what we like everyone else like the whole country, whether you're in law enforcement.
"six witnesses" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And so it kind of answered that key question of why he stayed there and why he didn't simply leave. He was not conscious for that entire period, which is new information to the jury. Okay, So we're talking to Jack Basso Bick of one American News and Jack. The use of force issue has been central here. I want you to tell me what the most recent expert for the defense says. About the putting the knee on the neck and what's Where are we on that? It's this expert from the defense that came up. He positively testified that using a prone position is something that's absolutely considered standard for police practice, especially when a suspect is resisting arrest and using what he referred to as aggressive resistance by Floyd Again first remember from the old video that came out Not just the nine minutes with the full video through it was with resisting multiple officers who were trying. We're asking him to sit in the back of a police car. He refused to do that. He fought them off when they laid him on the ground already actually requested to be laid on the ground. Hey, kicked several times at the officers. And so police are training and this is with the extra testify. They are train when they're dealing with that type of active, aggressive resistance, the holding someone in the prone position. Is not on Lee supported from the objective standard, but also recommended not just for the safety of the officers, but for the safety off the suspect because they may be experiencing the prosecution by clubs or other means, and that they may become a harm to themselves. This is actually something that's trained two police officers and certainly would have been consistent with the training that show that received. How How could we be in this place where we're told by some law enforcement experts are appearing that this would never be a restraint that would be allowed to be used. But others are saying no, this is actually right from the training manual. Right. And so you you really got a situation Where? Because the way these policies are written, they've been read written so many times after there is use of force cases throughout the country that it's something where it could become. There's a lot of holes in. This is very complicated. There's a ton of bureaucracy. But you I know you dealt with this. When you're the Intel community. I thought it was certainly in military Any I see where you can. Any good. Jag can find a piece of policy that they can point to and says that you broke it because the policy is at large. What it really does come down to is the training and it comes down to what will be accepted practices of the officers. Now, Jack, What can you tell us about the expected time line here and where this is all adding me From what I've read. We could have the jury going deliberations as soon as next week. Is that still where things stand? That's correct. Borrowing any significant delays this week, which, quite frankly, the defense has been rather quick. You actually went through six witnesses yesterday. Where is the prosecution would take one witness seemingly one with this produce a almost there just a couple witnesses today. Um, They're currently scheduled the judge things that starting Monday the jury room balances of reparations. Hey, actually pointed out at one point, we should probably pack a bag because they will know this is something that's interesting. They will be sequestered. Throughout their deliberations. So that means when they're deliberating during court when they're not, they're going to be sequestered. Probably in a hotel somewhere somewhere where they're kept away from media. They're kept away from from others is not gonna be given, you know, have the ability to text you know their friends and family. That's everything. Full sequestration, so Then we make now that being said attacking the messenger lied about is they said You know what? You can really only gas. The jury, Maybe 10 20% of the time s O. Juries come back and verdicts that nobody could see coming in any cases, So this and the same goes for the length of deliberations. This could be something where it's over very quickly could be something where it's over. Very Over very lengthy period could be a couple of days. I have heard through sort of through the grapevine that some prosecutors and some lawyers in the Minneapolis area have reached out to the Minnesota National Guard in order to make them know that there is a probability that there could be a hung jury. Hung jury means they that the jury simply votes and boats and boats And as of course, was you need 12 to meet the required or find guilty if they cannot get to those 12 votes. Then click on the situation where there is a hung jury. There is a significant disagreement. If I pass that they're not even cursed. You need a blockade because they're not allowed to find has in this case that would go back to the judge and say, Look, you have not been able to decide this and it is a very close case. That is very close question on a number of these issues. Did the problem factor contribute to extent if so, how much? It was until not too long to include one of these charges. Even murderer manslaughter That's really with this jury is gonna have to question Jack. And before we let you go, it's Jack Russell Burke of one American News. We're speaking to hear about the Derrick Show in trial. Do we have any sense? I know that it's self described Antifa, or just and teeth of the media is a self described antifa has already shown up in the area. We have all this Is this sense of of a combustible environment because of what's already happened with Dante, right? And it's 10 Miles away that shooting with 10 miles away from this courthouse, so it's right nearby. And if is there such a thing? That there will be a verdict that will stop riots or the expectations? There will likely be riots at the verdict, no matter what. You know, I don't think so, Having studied antique, actually putting out a book on and chief of very soon They will use either. Either scenario to justify more riots. It's quite simple. Think of it. If he's found not guilty. They will say the system is corrupt. And so you must write. If he's found guilty. They'll say the police are murderers, so you must try it, so they put themselves in the position where either outcome is Is will support their their ends because there's a predetermined plan to riot to support actual sedition, actual insurrection. In the United States and gave you the entire United States system as a form of social fascism. Bakri would say that that the church is faster than they would say that banks of fascism that law itself is fascism. And so this goes back to Stalin. And so this in this encompassing, uh, you could say ideology the girls to say pathology. They will use anything. Any excuse to justify the reasons Jack Purcell. But one American news, Jack. Always good to have you, man. Thanks so much. Appreciate it. Thanks enough, then. When running a business HR issues can kill you wrongful termination suits,.
"six witnesses" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Ruling. Well let's bring him in here. Emily what do you bring force today. Ponzi schemer bernie madoff dead at eighty two on the. Oh ponzi fonzie bernie. He will not be finishing his one hundred and fifty years in prison. Wasn't he clever. Got out of it by dying. He pled a flooded. Please not being whatever english. It's tap He defrauded tens of thousands of investors. Out of about sixty five billion dollars in two thousand nine who Couple of famous people defrauded who are regular guests on our show wanted kevin bacon. Yeah and curious. They lost most of their money. Which is why. Kevin is in every movie guys got work as true. They lost most of their money. Awful famer pitcher sandy koufax director steven spielberg bergara name or hope profile. Dumbs he. Where did it go to thirty-seven thousand victims and one hundred and thirty six countries. So where did it go. It's gotta be hiding somewhere. Someone made some money on this. The someone made some money on this thing. It doesn't just vanish doesn't just disappear so i know how ponzi scheme work someone's got money somewhere and the year. The numbers right yes. That's too much for one ponds scam. What do you think. Chris for Bernie off is a scoundrel reprehensible dead man and he's also famous enough to be on the list so he will go in nari almost apologetically chris before understand what you're saying. It's difficult sometimes. They have to honor someone who is infamous. He's on the list and start. Sending three our last three was in one day same day first time that an apple so we had prince philip. James hampton off the same day but that window closed that day. Oh it sure did first time that it ever happened. So that's that was our previous three and bernie starts to me. What part of it. And what else is happening today at one in connecting connection with two shootings within the last month which fatally shot by swat officers tuesday morning during a standoff aunt seen diego high school christopher marquez was shot by two swat officers and s. dpd lieutenant. Matt dobbs described what happened at the same number. One all right. Let's play number one female. I've been trying to escape the dumpster. She was pulled back in on several occasions. the latest those. She began screaming and begging for the male. Not shooter not to do this. To officers saw the mail push the female towards the ground and it gets a rifle being brought up prompting on both fire their weapons. They say they shot him to prevent him from harming the woman he was pronounced dead at the scene. The unidentified woman was uninjured. No word on if the woman will be brought up on any charges this time. What about the story on this cop who's trying to taste someone and grabbed the wrong gun and shot the guy me jump. You heard about the story yours. That's just insane guy. This guy was at a traffic stop and he decided he wasn't going to hang out. Hang around for. They tried to put handcuffs on them. Right wiggled free. I don't know his name and wiggled tree and tried to drive away. I guess he did drive away. And this cop said. I'm going to take him and she pulls out her tasers which i guess bills or looks an awful lot like a pistol. There's certainly controversy around that. And she pulled out her pistol and shot the guy dead right. They're unbelievable twenty. Six year veteran. Her name's kim potter. She has resigned and police have built. didn't this happen like ten feet from where derek chauvin trial is happening Off and there may even be connections between the two families of george floyd dante right. They know each other. That's insane they Deputies had to build concrete barriers and wrapped fencing around the home of the officer. Has there riots happening in brooklyn centers. The name of the town or supper start days in minneapolis While we're talking about minneapolis the prosecution in derek. Chauvin smarter trial Rested its case. So the defense began to prevent it at present its side They called six witnesses including park police. Officer peter chang who was called to the scene at cub foods and described the crowds demeanor number three. Whatever the number two well. That's a covert one. A new jumped to minnesota. So i'm trying to go with the full. I wanted to hear what j. lo had to say we'll get to that we will circle back to. I can't imagine anything more important than what j. Lo has to say j. lo music to support a story. I can't believe anything is more important than hearing a snippet of jaylo music despite him lau aggressive young across the street all right defense use of force expert. Very broad testified that he believed chauvin acted reasonably number four. I felt that derek chauvin was justified. It was acting with objective. Reasonableness following minneapolis police department policy and current standards of law enforcement and his interactions with mr floyd. The defense is expected to finish presenting. Its case this. Week and closing arguments are slated for monday. Now back to jaylo. There's an a true that a they asked the judge just to the throw the whole thing out. Yeah they asked for. What are the exact terms i totally displayed we talk quarterly. Yeah they asked for an acquittal which is all out in very procedural move defense that once. The prosecution has rested their case. It's kind of like asking billionaire. Can i have a million dollars Unlikely they're going to agree. What's her task right. So they tried. They tried to. Oh so the defense continues on. Okay areas a forensic pathologist on the standard. Okay all right so they thought maybe the judge had heard enough to throw this whole thing out. turns out. The judge was not so moved And the trial marches on. Yes okay i. Following federal guidance cyndi go county stopped. Administering the johnson johnson single-dose covid nineteen. Vaccines We have a positive test case rate at two percent here in the county. We're seeing a slight uptick for hospitalizations and icu patients Only one county in california remains in the most restrictive purple tier as most have relaxed moore said or is that central valley. Whatever not our problem. Eighty three percent of the state is an orange tier restriction about all of us with johnson johnson vaccine. Are we going to are. We expected to survive the day. I mean keep an eye on your blood pressure though. I would assume that didn't just shoot it up right now. Fifty points depress doesn't work. I've tried that doesn't work at all. Cook your ankles so there's seven million vaccines that have gone out. 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"six witnesses" Discussed on KOMO
"Oh, good morning. It's 8 47. I'm Greg her shoulder. Amanda is off this morning, and Franklin sees that the editor's desk. Our top stories this morning include President Biden set to announce plans to pull all U. S troops out of Afghanistan, the White House releasing F excerpts from a speech Biden will give later today and he will argue that quote it's time for American troops to come home bite is expected to announce the end of a full withdrawal by the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks in September. At the Derek Sheldon murder trial today. The judge has rejected a defense request to acquit the former officer in George Floyd's death, rejecting claims that prosecutors failed to prove showman's actions killed the African American man. The defense is presenting a pathology expert today that says George Floyd had an enlarged heart and his drug use also contributed to his death. As for the other testimony in the case for the first time jurors hearing from someone defending Derek Sheldon's actions a use of force expert very broad testifying for the defense. Saying show Vin was justified and that pinning, floored by the neck was not use of force. Why is it not a use of force? That's a control technique without it doesn't hurt. But on cross examination, the prosecution pushing getting broad to backtrack If this act that we're looking at here and exhibit 17 Could produce pain. Would you agree that what we're seeing here is a use of force. Showed in this picture that could be a use of force, the prosecutor picking apart his testimony and the notion that Floyd was not complying. What part of this is not compliant, so I see his arm position in the picture that's posted. Right that you know, a compliant person would have both their hands in a small They're back and just be resting comfortably. Versus like he's still moving around. So attempting to breathe while restrained, is a Slightly non compliant. No. The defense, calling six witnesses and arguing it was drug use before the encounter with police and medical problems that killed Floyd. So on the hill was in Floyd's vehicle when the incident began and told jurors he fell asleep in the parked car, and she struggled to wake him up when officers arrived. The police is here is about the $20. Bill wasn't real. I can't see him. Maybe get up. When he's seen the man. The man had a gun at the window of that when we look back to him, so he grabbed the wheel. 85, Please. Please don't kill me. Please. Please don't shoot, and we expect the defense will soon call their own medical experts to testify. Come on, Whose time 8 49. We learned this morning of the death of Bernie made off the financier who pleaded guilty to orchestrating the largest Ponzi scheme in history. He died at the Federal Medical Center and in prison in Butner, North Carolina, apparently of natural causes. Last year made offs. Attorneys filed court papers arguing that the 82 year old should be released in prison in there because of the covert pandemic, saying he had suffered from end stage renal disease and other chronic medical conditions. That request was denied. Coma news time 8 50 on our propel insurance Money update. If you've called the Iris with tax questions, it's highly unlikely you got through to anyone. The agency's watchdog estimates only about one out of 11. Calls to the iris are being answered The main reason for the delay, the agency is struggling to hire workers. The iris plan to hire 5000 customer service representatives to operate its phone lines, but encountered significant hiring challenges during the pandemic. Major League Soccer has announced a big corporate sponsorship deal with Procter and Gamble. Financial terms weren't disclosed, but the agreement is believed to be worth between 80 and $100 million. P and G will use MLS intellectual property on product brands, such as to let Old spice and crest to promote the league. That's your money now. Jennifer Cash Inca Come Oni Mortgage applications are down again falling 3.7% last week it's believed that higher interest rates were to blame for the drop. Purchase applications fell about 1% for the week and the numbers on Wall Street. They're mixed, but the game is on the Dow Jones Industrial Average up about 221 points. The Dow is at 8 33,098 and the S and P s up a little about four points and the NASDAQ is down about 31 coming up after we check traffic and weather. I'm her Weiss bomb with a doctor who explains why wearing a mask even after you're fully vaccinated is really important right now..
"six witnesses" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Coming at the top of the hour was three hours earlier last night. I think the hope was that not only time but also the weather. It's been cold. It's been raining here. Would keep people out from coming on the street and it lawrence a smaller crowd tonight. Cal perry thank you for that report. We'll be coming back to you as the hour continues and just ten miles from where those protesters are tonight. The defense began presenting its case in the trial of derek. Chauvin for the murder of george floyd and after six witnesses completed their testimony today in the defense of derek chauvin. No real defensive derek. Chauvin conduct emerged from that testimony. Some of the witnesses called by the defense did not want to help the defense. Like george floyd former girlfriend who was in the backseat of george. Floyd car on the police approached george floyd. She testified but when she ran into. George floyd the cup foods store. She said he was quote. Happy normal talking and alert. Some of the witnesses appeared neutral on the witness. Stand like the retired police officer. Who was asked to testify about the time he arrested. George floyd in twenty nine teen. The arrest was shown on police bodycam video. It shows george. Floyd complying with police orders and being handcuffed that was evidence that in no way. Help the defense because it showed. How cooperative george. Floyd could be in that situation. Some witnesses clearly wanted to help the defense like minneapolis. Police officer peter chang who was across the street from derek chauvin and the other officers who are crushing. George floyd into the pavement and was never part of that action himself and so here is how he tried to help the defense. As a mr.
"six witnesses" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's not possible, is it? To do what? Resist. I think it's definitely possible to resist when you passed out. Not doing it here. Is he not when he's passed out now? Overall, the prosecution seemed to do an effective job of countering what's expected to be one of the defense's key witnesses. Yeah, well, you said that the defense attorney called six witnesses today. Who else was there, right? He also called she Wanda Hill. She is a friend of George Floyd's who was in the car with him when police showed up and arrested him. She was not happy to be on the stand. But she did testify that Floyd had fallen asleep in the driver's seat when police showed up. This was testimony. The defense is probably going to use to suggest that Floyd was overdosing as part of its broader argument that drugs were partly to blame for his death. But the same witness also testified that a few minutes earlier, Floyd had been cheerful, hugging people even doing a little dance inside of the Cup Foods convenience store. I understand that there was also testimony from another police officer from a couple. Actually. One of them was Peter Chang, a Minneapolis Parks police officer who responded on the day that Floyd died but didn't get involved in his arrest. He was brought in to bolster another argument the defense is trying to make, which is that part of the reason show Vin did not get off of George Boyd's Annie. Was because he felt threatened by the bystanders who are watching what was going on. So here's Nelson asking this officer a question. And as Mr Floyd and the officers were across the street, did you notice any changes in the area? Yeah, that's the there was the crown. And I guess the crowd was we call me more loud and aggressive. A lot of young cross the street did that cause you any concern concerned for the officer's 80 does. Other than this officer, l said there was also very limited testimony from an officer who arrested Floyd a year before he died. The defensive wanted to use this as evidence that Floyd had a tendency to resist arrest, but the judge didn't allow that. That is NPR's Adrian Florido in Minneapolis. Thank you, Adrian. Thanks, Sosa..
"six witnesses" Discussed on KCRW
"61 degrees in West L. A. It's 81 degrees in Palm Springs from NPR News. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington. And I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. After two weeks of witness testimony in the trial of Derrick Show Vin for the murder of George Floyd, the prosecution rested its case this morning and turn the floor over to the defense. Your honor, The state of Minnesota Rest. Thank you. Nelson, are you ready to proceed? Call your first witness. NPR's Adrian Florido is in Minneapolis covering this trial and joins us now. Hi, Adrian. Hi. Also, Okay, So I understand the prosecution did not call any more witnesses before resting its case today. Tell us who did the defense called to the stand. Defense attorney Eric Nelson got through six witnesses today. The most important one was the last one. His name was very broad, hey, was a use of force expert and a consultant, and he defended Derrick Show ovens. Use of his need a pin George Floyd down during his arrest. Contradicting most of the prosecution's experts, who said that show oven used excessive force here is broad. Answering a question from show Vin's attorney. Have you formed opinions in this particular case to a reasonable, reasonable degree of professional surgeon I had. Can you just briefly overview your opinions in this particular case? I felt that Derrick show Vin was justified. It was acting with objective reasonableness following Minneapolis Police Department policy and current standards of law enforcement and his interactions with Mr Floyd. Among the points that he argued where the Floyd continue to resisting arrest. Even once he was under show Van's knee and the police officers in his words don't have toe fight fair to get someone under control that they could do whatever it takes. How did the prosecution handle this witness on cross examination? It really spent a lot of time working to poke holes of this witness's testimony point by point. Prosecutor Steve Swisher really spent a lot of time on the fact that Derrick Show Vin kept his knee on George Floyd's neck for a long time, even after Floyd lost consciousness, and that's something that this witness kind of struggled to justify. So listen to this exchange between the prosecutor in the witness. He's not resisting..
"six witnesses" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of Derrick Show Vin for the murder of George Floyd. Prosecution rested its case this morning and turn the floor over to the defense. Your honor, the state of Minnesota rest. Thank you. Nelson, are you ready to proceed? Your first witness. NPR's Adrian Florido is in Minneapolis covering this trial and joins us now. Hi, Adrian. Hi. Also, Okay, So I understand the prosecution did not call any more witnesses before resting its case today. Tell us who did the defense called to the stand. Defense attorney Eric Nelson got through six witnesses today. The most important one was the last one. His name was very broad, hey, was a use of force expert and a consultant, and he defended Derrick Show ovens. Use of his need a pin George Floyd down during his arrest. Contradicting most of the prosecution's experts, who said that show oven used excessive force here is broad. Answering a question from show Vin's attorney. Have you formed opinions in this particular case to a reasonable, reasonable degree of professional surgeon I had. Can you just briefly overview your opinions in this particular case? I felt that Derrick show Vin was justified. It was acting with objective reasonableness following Minneapolis Police Department policy and current standards of law enforcement and his interactions with Mr Floyd. Among the points that he argued where the Floyd continue to resisting arrest. Even once he was under show Van's knee and the police officers in his words don't have toe fight fair to get someone under control that they could do whatever it takes. How did the prosecution handle this witness on cross examination? It really spend a lot of time working to poke holes in this witness's testimony point by point, Prosecutor Steve Swisher really spent a lot of time on the fact that Derrick Show Vin kept his knee on George Floyd's neck for a long time, even after Floyd lost consciousness, and that's something that this witness kind of struggled to justify. Listen to this exchange between the prosecutor in the witness. He's not resisting..
"six witnesses" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Click on that page to link but as you ride the show. Galindo the disgraced former house district fifty representative charged with supplying alcohol to minors working on her campaign She was in court preparing for three day. Trial that was scheduled to begin. I believe yesterday did that. Trial get underway. It did and i should have They won the trials. Should be up online. I don't know if it's up there yet but if it's not it'll be shortly She did they. One of the trial was yesterday. They seated six members an alternate to the jury and that took most of the day with new code precautions and everything else that took that took quite a bit of time but they were able to get to opening arguments and they were able to get to start on the first witness and the first witness that was called by prosecutor. Michael bailey was the young woman who has accused her of Of a attempting to give her and so where ended yesterday was in the middle of that testimony. So they'll start back up again this morning at eight o'clock With her back on the stand and the prosecution The prosecution questioning her. And then it's supposed to end by noon tomorrow. we'll see. there's i think six witnesses total. I think the defense has four in. The prosecution has two or three so it's not expected to take more than another day or so to get through this but The young woman who was on the stand yesterday who i've told him not identify because she was a. She was a minor when this took place. So i'm gonna leave her. Leave her at peace But she testified that rochelle had attempted to give alcohol on probably more than about two dozen different different times during the course of the election. Down as you wrote in your story. And i remember this day very well cherry pipe because you and i. It was right around mother's day when galindo resigned. Her seat correct it was it was actually on mother's day day twenty nine so it'll be two years in may since Galindo was forced to step down from her seat amid these sexual assault acusations as just mentioned it was may twelfth of twenty nineteen. She resigned after two female miners. Who worked on her campaign accused the former greeley city councilwoman of serving them alcohol and sexually assaulting them in her greeley apartment. Now where has this all gone from there Where where has over shell galindo been what she's been up to. and what. Where do you expect this case to go. Well he is living in denver her She has been working on various campaigns. She was a big supporter of everybody's favorite person. Hey anderson She was seeing there. She was very highly seen During his school board election she a big supporter of giovan milton. She she hasn't left politics. And i don't expect she's blindly politics. In fact people inside the democrat party told me that She every intention on running for public office again. Now whether that will be coming back to greeley and trying to regain her house district fifty or something down in the denver area. I don't know. I know the district that she is currently living in down in the denver area..
"six witnesses" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer
"Kabc morning news. Gary seattle mayor here bringing on nbc radios. Royal neil after a day to of the derek chauvin trial former minneapolis police officer up in the twin cities Six witnesses yesterday. Rory while is the One or two big takeaways from yesterday. Well gary we had among the witnesses teenager she recorded that nine and a half minute video that we've all seen also a nine year old girl testifying about what she saw alongside her cousin So it was emotional testimony from these children. Who are taking this dan. We also heard from a mixed martial arts fighter and a firefighter who was off-duty. Both of them happened to be on the scene. Both of them heard on that video pleading for the officers to let george floyd breathe. Let them Attempt to him even check his pulse to see if he's still alive. I understand the judge had skuld somebody about arguing arguing. Yeah at the end of the day. That firefighter genevieve hansen. She was really debating with the defense attorney. Not really just answering questions. And she was elaborating a little bit too much. So the judge at the slapper down in essence Tell just answer the question before you don't elaborate stick to what you know And that was how he ended the day yesterday. That firefighter janet hanson She'll be back In in this box When court resumes this morning okay And i'm here in there Rory what they think about a month. It'll last this trial. We went through six witnesses yesterday. So maybe they're going a little bit faster than they thought they were. Estimating between two and four weeks. That's a pretty broad range but Maybe we'll fall somewhere in the middle of that. Keep on this pace. do you now gemini. Were wondering about this yesterday as where some listeners job what about the identity of the jurors is that public information up there know. The names are not being released. We do know a little bit about The in general about the you know their ages there racial identities We know what they do for jobs and things like that but their exact names are not being made public and the cameras are being kept away from them Pointing to the way we won't be able to see their faces they should be able to remain anonymous especially right. There's been some concern. The jury may be quick to convict because they don't want a repeat of the riots. That happened last summer. that'd be a bad reason. Right thank you great to have you on. Roy o.'neil nbc radio covering the chauvin. Try going into day. Three there in minneapolis and I again. I can't believe they didn't grant change of venue like this. Believe yeah hard to believe. They found fifteen people that adding heard about it well. I don't think that's the standard i should be. I mean no. I mean what are you gotta live in a cave to be on a jury. That's not the problem is with the news media coverage of this thing it's been so slanted. There's no way you can get a fair and impartial. jury. I what i mean. That's probably you could say that anywhere with a case like this because it was the biggest thing ever but in minneapolis it was like it's been day to day coverage all of the riots and the burning down buildings and the defunding of police. And the the you know neutered mayor and all the rest of it up there. How do you possibly find. Let's you're right and let's somebody's been living in a milk carton. Find anybody that has informed an opinion about it..
"six witnesses" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Customers and driving growth. A TPS report on private payrolls provides the week's first look at the job market. Economists think more than half a million workers were hired by private employers this month, and the Realtors report on pending home sales is also on the way this morning. Back to you men. All right. Thank you very much. 6 22 Now on NewsRadio. 6 10 W on any time to bring in wi LD national correspondent Rory O'Neil. You could follow him on Twitter and at Radio Rory. Good morning, where Hey, Good morning, Manny. Another dramatic emotional day of testimony in the trial of Derek shopping yesterday. Imagine there's gonna be a lot of these. Yeah, six witnesses testifying s so there are going through them pretty quickly. But among them was the now 18 year old who actually recorded that 9.5 minute video that we've all seen by now. There were four people, all of them at the time Children who testified just yesterday. The prosecution wants to put these Children on the stand because if show Vin is convicted, the sentence will be increased because it was a crime committed in front of Children. Wow, that's interesting. I didn't realize that they were doing that The defense didn't really go after These kids, obviously, but they did go after Donald Williams, the mixed martial arts fighter and his video and a lot of the video that we've seen. You could hear him trying to reason with Derek Shop and trying to reason with the cops, guys not breathing. You know what kind of a man are you and the defense tried to use that against them. Trying to paint him isn't as an angry black man because of some of the words he used in those videos, but he didn't fall for it. No, he was having none of it, he says. You know, it didn't make him more angry. What was it that made them more focused on more professional stayed inside his body, I believe is what the term he used right so because he didn't burst out and use some of those enemy moves is his argument. Also a bit of confrontation with the firefighter, E M. T, who was the last witness of the day yesterday She was a bit combative with the defense attorney Really trying tow debate him more than just answer his questions. So she had to be admonished by the judge on DATs. What brought things to it? Close yesterday that firefighter Genevieve Hansen will be back on the stand when things kick off this morning. One of the things she talked about was the fact that she tried to reason with the police there before cops who were on the scene that to at least let her take his pulse. Make sure he was OK, and they were having none of it either. Yeah, And you could really and you can hear her voice on the tapes to But and she went through this whole range of emotions in terms of she was there. She was concerned. Oh, no. What's happening? These, you know, she was more siding with the police officers. She'd actually been on a call with officers Show them the day before they didn't interact. But that's how but she recognized him s O. Her first response was, Oh, maybe I know some of the E M. T s were here, and firefighters are just trying to figure out the lay of the land. And then you come here she gets angry or an angrier as she has pushed back up to the side. Walk, not allowed toe get in there and help and she became increasingly frustrated. Gots to use some flower language. But you know you could see hear her losing her cool. You've obviously covered a lot of a lot of these trials. You know, throughout your years in media, it seems at least thus far anyway through through two days. It seems like it's gone longer than that. The prosecution is trying to use emotion to get to the jurors. The defenses Trying to kind of Don't know. Use. I guess. Brain is not the right side trying to reason. Yeah, trying to reason with the jurors using science. Yeah, and also I don't know this whole tactic about trying to say always a large police were trying to keep back a large, unruly crowd. I mean, you just saw now so half the crowd six people testifying yesterday. Now the jurors have been with those six people, um, you know, so they've been with half that large, unruly mob of a crowd, and they certainly didn't seem threatening. You know in the courtroom, so I don't know if this whole idea of the defense angle there was crowd control was the big issue, which is why they took his body away quickly so that they could, you know, resuscitate him or try to save him elsewhere because of the because of the mob. Meanwhile, it's four kids under 18 firefighter is among this unruly crowd. And I'm not sure the video. I'll also displays that there was any unruliness other than you know the words of but the word one more pleading with the police officers in anger at them. It will be interesting to see Where we go today, Right? I appreciate your time is always we'll talk tomorrow. Great. Thanks, Mammy. All right, That's Rory O'Neill, W. Y o d national correspondent 6 26. Now we're joined by. Well. Altaf, who's got a look at a big night in sports, or or will Manny. Final.
"six witnesses" Discussed on Overdue
"The most obvious are the most compelling well and also feeling. I guess. I'd like to hear the case made by somebody else but i wasn't getting it. It does feel like trixie on trixie is a word that came up in multiple good reads reviews but it feels like wolf was not gonna write a story that had the shamlan twist that had the like. This is definitely what was going on. He wants what we're doing right now. I think to be the point of the story a little bit. Yeah because whenever you're dealing with an unreliable narrator you some often the author will leave some kind of breadcrumbs from an external perspective to anchor. You a little bit or to suggest to use specific ways in which the narrator is being unreliable where then and like in that reading. Like if you're reading it like you would normally read chom. Lon thing there will be something at the end like a tossed-off reference to jan or to some like specific yup thing where where the book is trying to tell you. Oh what you just thought was true isn't true correct. You're paying attention. Here's the detail to let you know. Yeah that doesn't happen here. I found a quote from wolf in an interview on nova express with lawrence person or pearson. It always seems to me that if you have a narrator if the narration is not an all knowing all seeing author. If you're going to say that this person in the story is going to tell the story than the narrators damn well going to be unreliable. Real people really are unreliable narrators all the time even if they try to be reliable one's asking courtroom lawyer about examining five or six different witnesses to the same event. The five or six witnesses are trying to tell the truth but they've all seen different things or in some cases think they've seen things that are not in fact there so that's wolf just on the nature of an unreliable narrator and it's it comes up again and again in people talking about his work overall..
"six witnesses" Discussed on Post Reports
"They went into Brianna Taylor is home. Did. Lease so please. evil. The jurors heard from several officers who were really adamant that they announced their presence that they for up to two minutes. Each. Day began as A. Police Who is By taking presumptive sleaze and at the same time, they heard from six witnesses mostly.
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"Nick did she know Roseanne and hurries got about a minute Darryl L. Pam Anderson got married to over the weekend not his own yeah time really a song yet no two TV very to start withdrawing a son drag I guess they're just friends she got back together with the producer that she had been dating thirty five years ago currently they rekindle their relationship to finally decide to make it legal in the eyes of them people got married right did yes miss universe South Africa it was a that was a good cell is six witnesses I understand but also you have something about the first cousins getting married the first cousins getting married and they are expecting their first child they are also expected to do some prison time because what they did to conceive that first child well that's not legal in the state they are currently in even though they got legally married in another state that does recognize first cousins getting merry this is somewhat complicated to the blog yes it out the thank god I once again Rachel thank you thank you rocky thank you thank you Martin Luther king junior is responsible for me being on the radio not that nice segment William owner of the sun shining here it can ward and you never know what you're going to learn about on this show we leave you with the immortal words of this huge report if I had met a man as handsome does that make me get well any Fuhrman used to talk about grabbing the **** of NBA players does that make him gay thank you do you look at the **** of NBA players no I don't watch the NBA thank you Rachel I get a lot of mail from anti Fuhrman everyone does silk irrelevant and immaterial thank you thank you very much yes continue with more what you have on the big show this after yeah actually have Tanya a roar join us right at the gate terminal who.
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"Big political donor to both the trump and Obama campaigns is accused of funneling foreign money from Turkey and Libya into US elections now the suspect in mud is a very he's accused of offering millions of dollars to keep six witnesses
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"six witnesses" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Week my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. Indicated that they had a great desire to reduce gun violence in this country. And fact, we had an eight hour hearing with six witnesses that talked about the need to reduce gun violence in this country. We started this hearing at nine thirty this morning. It's now twelve thirty in the afternoon. And I haven't seen you field. A single question from the other side of the aisle about any of the enforcement priorities of the department of Justice. Despite the fact that you are the head of an organization that has a greater ability to impact and reduce gun violence than anyone or anything in the country. So I may be the only person today that wants to ask you a question about that. But I'm gonna use the remainder of my time for that purpose when I was at the department of Justice we had a very successful initiative called project safe neighborhood. It was a program that took guns out of the hands of criminal offenders. It was a successful program that was killed by the Obama administration. The Obama Justice department ended it I understand that has been reinstated during the Trump administration. I'd like you to inform us about its progress as well as any other measures or programs or enforcement priorities of the department of Justice with respect to reducing gun violence in this country. Thank you, congressman as you know, we served as United States attorneys together until you went into politics, and I went into private.
Jury begins deliberations in El Chapo trial
"Washington. The jury resumes deliberations tomorrow in the US trial of Mexican drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. During the eleven week trial. Fifty-six witnesses gave over two hundred hours of testimony, the seven women and five men of the jury are now going over at all to see what if any of the ten counts against Joaquin Guzman, did the US attorney prove they heard from members of the Loa drug cartel describing how El Chapo interrogated kidnapped rivals had them, tortured and executed and sometimes carried out the
'El Chapo' defense rests after calling one witness
"After the briefest of defense's closing arguments. Come today, the El Chapo drug trial. New York in the Brooklyn trial of Joaquin Guzman. The Mexican drug Lord nicknamed El Chapo, the state called fifty-six. Witnesses who told lurid tales that included a naked escape through a tunnel. Cash bribes to top Mexican officials and the torture and murder of rivals. It took eleven weeks. The defense case one witness, thirty minutes and FBI agent who testified about a twenty seventeen interview with the Guzman's supplier, the defense actively attacked the government's roster reformer Chapo confederates turned cooperators on cross examination. It's expected to lean heavily on the idea that they're lying to reduce their sentences
"six witnesses" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic
"And then night she came home. His music was loud and she went up there. Him, and that's when everything six witnesses now. And they say that up to that said one was record, but it was up to six witnesses say they heard her banging on the door telling him to come out. So she flat out lie. She murdered that man and she should go to jail, but she gonna get off. Watch I looked does. The ticks of offices has been arrested for killing unarmed civilians, civilians and no offices ever been convicted in Texas ever ever ever. Vicious. So there you have it Rick Nash, she'd what do you do? Whatever of its redo. I like this. Like who reused. Tarek Shida. He produces the hidden color series. That's very popular. He's got a podcast, he's bestselling author. He wrote a few books back in the day. He will automatically oughta go dig and start doing hidden colors messed up. I got the clue. I like to read, okay, we're going to marginalize all the other groups, so we gotta stop being afraid to speak on blackness. That's the benign neglect policy that started in the sixties after the civil rights movement. The politicians had something called benignly neglect where they would not mention black anymore, so they don't have to do anything black people. So they would use terms like minority. We assume that it was it would be for black people, but you know anybody's a minority now of Hispanics minority, you know, pedophile or minorities now, no got pedophile call themselves minorities because they're trying to decriminalize pedophilia. If you notice now there they had these seminars. They talk about pedophilia. It's a lifestyle choice. They're really trying to give them on exactly that three or four years ago that was gonna. Have they doing it? They're having seminars, and they're really trying to soften people stance on pedophilia Israel, crazy and pedophile. They look at themselves as minorities. They say that they're my. Now, so so basically just talking about this was on the breakfast. He's talking about that black people need to stop using terminology to describe ourselves because minorities can be anything. I, I feel like we're not grouped in with everyone. That's real talk, man, brother dot the cloud Anderson. I believe he talked about that too. He was like when black people when we go out and fight for stuff, we gotta get real specific because here's what happens. We own. We out there fighting, we protest in we dying. We pushing forward, we finally get it and then they give it to the umbrella of minority and then hit everybody else. Everybody would out there marching and fighting and dying and protesting and fighting. We would absolutely if the benefits should be gained from it should be game for the off for absolutely. I goes back to what we've talked about before when they will have the women's March down hand stuff, and you will have all the white women down there and stuff marching and and the patriots. But when it comes to Martius for black mothers and stuff like that for losing the kids, you don't see those same white women who were at the women's March with a black women was at as well. So they're not. They're not supporting us. So we need to stop using that term. I know already because we'll sit there and support every other minority group, the LGBTQ community and stuff like that. We'll be there marches. We'll be this other March, the mutt, the women's March a, we're Beate the Hispanics March or whatever, but these people aren't supporting us. So we need to start stop identifying ourselves as minorities because they're using that Serm to give these people benefits that we aren't reaping. We are reaping these benefits. Absolutely. Absolutely..