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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:51 min | 2 d ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"They're saying we're not gonna teach raise racial critical race theory. How can you say that after. George floyd how can you say the country darnold blue blue dot. How can you say after charlottesville. How can you say that after. How can you say that out to that. And so this again. My point is this. This influences psychology. The mentality of your parishoners and they take it to their homes. They take it to their jobs. They ticket to their yoga meetings. They're taken to their to their swim. Meets into the book clubs. This is that and you have an as leaders in churches. You have an obligation. I would think to to do everything you talked about. And that's engage with people influenced their thinking and tell people that were all of the same family. And they're taking the exact opposite approach. And i i think is disgusting That's my that's my two cents. Their mother man. Where can we get your book. A stacey jones if my My wife is still watching. A ak- eight ten aronie achieved put up the offered up to stacey jones. I think i got up and let me let me Let me see if i could put up a website to Of kind of like some of the work wanted. Assistance is as a little bit. more information. The name of our if you go on Go on facebook or look urban jerusalem. My named that was the name of the church. So i just. Ucla will come up Urban jerusalem yup i. It's so if she can do that on my face. Stacey jones stacey jones yet this article can do a google. I'll tell you will notice all in all hold on one second. You're not going to answer you. Don't russell simmons one time in interview needed that you know. Hopefully that'll help it So you're teaching. What schools are you teaching at schools. I'm not. I'm not. I'm not i don't have a contract right now. I don't have a comedy. I wouldn't tell your teacher right now but actually no. I'm gonna Pilot when the next few months. So i'm gonna actually have a dual workshop and i'm going live at a couple of classes and stuff someone who's an online classes was now you're Oh i think that's actually a really good idea. I think that's actually. I think that's a fantastic idea. Yeah She's asking are your services online. I really think you ought to start doing it. services online. I'll post to post a few for this How about this if you could just Go on my website in something. I'll get in contact with you. I'll send you some services yeah I had another question forgot. I start writing stuff down and so are you are you. Are you still wrapping. Are you still You had some doing the wraps. Are you still wrapping. Are you still. Are you still perform and travelers stomach. Still performing and stuff. It's the writing or mainly my son. Does the majority of the stuff now. You're not kinda. I didn't retire. But i kinda laid back in the foot. You put your mic on the shelf..

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:58 min | 2 d ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"To promote a gang affiliated lifestyle to pro bowl the lifestyle that lax discipline and it's not about education is not about building up your community. Okay that's commercialized rat. That is not at the cool shrew hip hop all right. So what's happened. is the courtroom. Her hip hop the courtroom. Hip hop is is the exact opposite to get people off the street. Opposite gate will grandmaster flowers. Dj hollywood with african battle with dj. Cohurt a grandmaster flash. They were trying to get kids off the street. Get him out of gangs and get them out of trouble in used arts to do that. The crazy thing is when. I tried to talk church people. They don't even want to hear that they just see the style and they just like yawn with it. They're going to get kids off the street all right so we go from getting people off the street and you're the historian people off the street and then we get a conscious hip hop right to the public enemies. Right right i would say a little bit Who's a commodity. A komo news conscious tone artists. That started early conscience l. It wasn't until like the late eighties early nineties. Two you start to hear more of the games to wrap that came to the scene but when it came it was underground movement. Early own man. Don't get me wrong Dragon though she's type stuff in it. You know like any culture. You're gonna see forms of this song man and send within the culture however what happened was after wilder rich white executive record exempt saw that it can be marketable at the expense of our people and they took it in iran with they got rid of all the other elements and he just took that one particular style of rap which was gangsta rap and explicit rat in a used it man as as as in a million active expense of our own people. i. I don't like that argument. I don't like i don't like the argument. I i agree that people.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

04:26 min | 2 d ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I'm really big on art. Art is one of the ways we can really heal the world anti on. No no trae. evan angry. I don't know why trays angry. I don't know try younger. somebody's angry. She put an angry emoji in here. I don't know so. We just took the already. She's just put our angry emoji at the top here in so we can't we a lot of times. We can't see what's going on. I could see for the angry emoji in here. So here's the book that you wrote a pastor hip hop a- so let's let's let's take it from the top here okay The top i will tell us where the book is available at. Were were bailable on my website. Stacey jones dot com s. T. a. c. e. y. b. jones dot com made. Meet my beautiful wife. Oh trail sorry knows is okay all. We did something already five minutes episode where that stacey jones dot. I'm putting it in right now. Okay so you can get it you know or if you seem the neighborhood if you wanna drive north. Minneapolis hardest to sitting on the north side. You run into. Because i'm always around the neighborhood so okay Soaked hip hop man What made you decide to write. The book Your your love for hip hop all that kind of stuff. Talk about well. I grew up man. I grew up in it I was. I was fortunate to be around it on my life of from my cousins My oldest brother courtney who taught me the most about it. My cousin rich was a dj. My cousin win. I consider a funkier and also really immersed in in in hip hop culture all those different elements and then just being around it. You know Just you know you know how it was manual greg dancing graffiti art People rattling dj on a kind of stuff and immersed in coach. I'd tell me about immersed in both worlds immersed in church and i was also immersed in hip hop coaches so it became according to And it was funny. When i moved to the mid west i never realized how much of a part of pop was was in me so it was just i displayed in just about everything i did when i didn't even realize that in the interesting thing was There was a period of time. When i got more I got more.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

03:33 min | 2 d ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Especially cove it You know People social distancing stuff I don't know how it is on the east coast. You know where you are right now but as far as Kids going back to school. It's kind of like Does a challenge with that own. The kids are not fully appreciate cool. And so there's just a lot that's going on and i believe is taking a toll on our unity especially effect that. I'm leaving in minneapolis. Right now It's taken its toll is just been. One is been trauma after trauma after trauma and when people don't deal with the trauma you start to see kind of like god side effect on doubled trauma leads to more trauma and time. People don't want to take the time the knowledge that you are right brother who i right. I like what you said. Community communal psychological approach is what we need. We can delve into that a little bit later. But let's jump into a brother which let's talk about some controversial type of topics here. Let's get into your yours and mine are upbringing bullets to tell the audience a little bit about yourself No you know and I notice your thirteen here but reintroduce yourself right lobby. I would allow you to reintroduce yourself since we've talked about hip hop today so well well well. My name's stacey jones l. Each other the majority of my life so over thirty years of friendship is born and raised in and connie to be specific quarterback connecticut. I live in minneapolis. i reside in minneapolis. Wonderful wife and some free I pastored a plant of hip hop church for ten years. We're going to talk a little bit more about that Hip hop artists Author Friend of sibling brother. You know just a basic things and Right now. I'm pursuing of trying to complete a masters right now. indiv- So that's kind of light. Also another thing gonna i'm pro- i'm proud of it is What you call direct accumulations for organization up upwork's where we help High school students become more career minded even if they're not pursuing higher education I'm in gonna process of training young people especially those who are in alternative schools to think more in terms of a career. You still have a career even though you may not possess a a a college degree still know that you know we should pursue a career. So i i do a lot of training in that area. So that's where my focus. My energy is at right now in season of life. And i'm loving it. It's a good thing. Excellent excellent master. You said the md which stands for master of divinity right. Yes now is there a focus. Such as their different focuses. I i don't know focus that you're going for you man. There are in a full while you. Before then i switched. I was doing something called a theology and arts knows mass you So my focus is basically right now sees a man is just Trying to optimus eight may impact Impact is kind of hard to explain but just impact more of of the church world in the social world through art. I believe that art is prophetic. I believe that our is Is a form of worship.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 8 months ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on WGN Radio

"O'clock. Good afternoon. I'm more laughter. The news is sponsored by hearing health center dot com New Cove in 19 record highs in Indiana and New Illinois. Numbers expected any minute now in business markets are mixed as we head into the afternoon first W G in traffic Here's Mary Vandevelde. We'll try Mary again Later, we'll get to the news. Chicago Police have a person in custody in connection with the fatal shooting of a pregnant woman and the subsequent death of her baby 35 year old Stacey Jones was killed in a shooting in the Jeffrey Manor neighborhood on October 13th. She was eight months pregnant, and doctors were able to deliver her baby boy, but the baby died four days later. The suspect is expected to face charges. Protests are expected to take place in Waukegan today after a police officer fatally shot a teen and injured a woman. Police say the officer shot because the car the two were in started reversing towards him as he approached the car. Edgar Navarro, commander with Waukegan Police Department, says he's also upset with that officer. It is something that That our community. Our police department has a great concern over and you know it's it's difficult for all of us. According to the police officer, he fired his weapon because he was in fear of his safety. However, the driver identified as too far, Williams says she was shot first, causing her car to go into reverse. Illinois State police are investigating in reviewing body Cam and Dash Cam video. Both officers involved were placed on administrative leaf will quickly get back to traffic with Mary Vandeveld and then we'll go back to the noose. Mary Travis sponsored by UPS jobs dot com that earlier accident on the Dan Ryan inbounded 18th has been cleared. Still, Elaine Blockage, though minor lane blockage of the left lane, Eden's Okay along with the Kennedy, the Eisenhower and the Stevenson, the cell found Tri State entrance, rampant wrought 1 73 close with an accident. Along with South found 3 55 at 2 90, the left and the right lane blocked with an accident there in lilac route 53 Ogden and an accident in Elmhurst Villa and ST Charles. Jobs is hiring Now, with more than 100,000 new jobs this season ups as a spot for you ready to earn good money doing essential work. Join team ups apply now at ups jobs dot com. Slash get hired. Merry band Vault. BG on Traffic Central New Cove in 19 Mitigation measures will go into effect tomorrow for cane Kankakee to page in. Will County's several restaurants in the suburbs are planning to defy the governor's orders..

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Police Question Person Of Interest In Shooting Death Of Pregnant Chicago Woman Stacey Jones

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Police Question Person Of Interest In Shooting Death Of Pregnant Chicago Woman Stacey Jones

"Of interest is being questioned and charges are pending in the shooting death of a pregnant woman in the Jeffrey Manor neighborhood early Tuesday, It happened in the 2100 block of East 95th. 35 year old Stacey Jones, a Cook County probation officer, was found lying on the front porch of her home. Jones was eight months pregnant Doctors delivered her baby. He's in critical condition,

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Man Having a continual trainings meant seasonal trainings. Basically man about what's going on in the community even allowing people like civilians in citizens actually do the training you get not only just experts get. I think it'd be cool man like if a single mom came in and did a little bit of training you get it or even if a young person eighteen nineteen came in. You know what I'm saying and had conversations dialogue and lead the discussion so I just feel like your stores. Those are just practical things they can do as well so it's not just all like what we need to do. But there's things we can do to actually step into that you know but be more open to receive training from people in the community as well. Not just experts. You know what I'm saying. Have a person that's send. That was a brutally murdered by a police officer right in cold blood have them come and give their testimony and things can change you. Get Him saying I want to say that you're probably going to get a little bit of pushback. No not you're going to You do have a little pushback and what you check these out but you know it's it's nine thirty now and I think we push that limit but I think medicines good implement week. We could reconnecting in keep going this again. Set up another time to chop and building this. You get 'em saying under the question is more. Can you put down your information about your podcasts. Can you type in real quick because people are asking about you Podcast let me see if I can pull it up here Charlie. I think you came in. Kinda late in. I'm saying we covered a lot of ground. Innis brother Charlie Gray. I think you came in kind of laziness what I'm saying So and then nate talked about yet but all of these things fall apart when you see. Their behaviors are totally different. When they're doing their job Hanmi hotdog on Friday and beat the you know what out of my neighbor on Tuesday. I watched that too many times. Okay all right so NATO think you Kinda came in late on discussion then you.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Then you need to direct lead guidry flock into racial justice in in racial activism. I say my podcast all the time. Black people didn't start this Asian people have been start. This Puerto Rican People Hispanic people. Latin people do not start this this race of and we're not going to end it. A- protest are not going to end it US youtube US doing these types of talks. It's not GonNa end what's going to end. It is when you go to a birthday party when you go to Thanksgiving when you go to Memorial Day cookout and somebody makes a black joke that you say what's up with that. Why did you do that? It's going to take more person's getting fired. It's a by by white power structures just like this case in the Central Park enough anybody else's hard about this. This lady in the park went off on his black. It's going. She got fired when I understand. Ridden a new. She got fire today. It's GonNa take more people who say we're not going to tolerate that. We are sick and tired of how you're treating our fellow citizens. These African Americans are just as American as we are and when you do it to them you do it to me in. I'm I'm offended by. And that's what's going to take and so as a leader as a passion to church. I think is incumbent upon you to choose to say that kind of stuff when there are controversial shootings that that you know that you would not tolerate in your neighborhood. The police did this. You know that you would not do it. And so I think that's very important. Can I tell him? Can I tell them the story here? I had another. I had a pastor when he was the pastor. I had a brother. A White Guy on my podcast. And he was an air force colonel. He retired at the rank of air. Force Colonel His son was killed in a by By police officers in Wisconsin. He lives in Wisconsin. And so what happened was You know there was a cover up. There was a cover up. The academy was not a white guy he was not he was a white guy he was in there was a cover up and so. I'm sure that there was constant. I forget the name of the department right now but they would. They would say there wasn't a car. They did everything about board. But but he he's able to prove through scientific re reconstructions of everything like that that it was a cover up So what happened? Was You know? He's on my podcast and he's telling me you know. I thought the this kind of stuff was exaggerated by the police could by the police by the black community. I thought that's only happened to them. And but when it happened to me and when my son was killed in and it was a cover up that I realized that this is a problem now he he goes out of his way to say he's not anti police he's not he's not a gift please but he just wants transparency and that's it and. I thought that was profound to say that the listen in. Here's the problem. Here's the problem. I had another sister on my podcast. Said white supremacy hurts everyone. It hurts everyone at so for while everybody thinks that it's good that everyone is is You know the police are there for me protect me. That's why this woman in Central Park says he's GonNa Frantic on the phone. Nothing's happening a white woman. Shouldn't say this but but I'm put in this is going on is..

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I think it's very important that we get minority officers on the board and I hope that anyone who had see this would want to become a police officer. the And tried to do the right thing and say listen. I need to protect my community. I need to stand up for my community. I love my community. I want to be there for my community and so people should not shy away from that and I think that because these viral videos but a lot of people shy away from from from that type of fraud process and they don't want to become police officer. The kinda just want to wash your hands and say listen. None of them were any good. And I'm going to kind of step away and I think that that is exactly the wrong. The wrong attitude. I think the people from the Saint Paul Minneapolis from the Waterbury area for wherever you Citizen or city that you're from you really need to explore becoming a police officer and do the right thing when you when you get that. I get what you're saying so it looked a few more questions and then we can wrap it up. Desk cool Aaron Caldwell said under normal circumstances nonviolent crimes how much the escalation should be attempted before any force is used as non violent crime. I would say I would say that. There is no limit. There is no limit to the type of De Escalation That should that should Try to take place before trying to take someone into custody so If someone is non violent crimes to say someone goes into a local store and shoplifter can of beans right. Try to talk to this person as much as possible before going hands on and I had a conversation with the My former chief in good friend burn riddick is current chief of Police Department. Here in West Harford any said you know with this whole covert thing that would that we're dealing with that if you had to go.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"The act of firing someone telling telling the citizens telling them that your actions are have have crossed the line of what we expect of the code of conduct of our police officers probably many other of Policies and procedures that they may have crossed along the way. And I can guarantee you right now. That the state police or the district attorney or drawing up the arrest papers. I almost guarantee that right now. Okay that's good to know so if I'm understanding you right. You're basically saying that the fact that they were fired because the due process takes a little time. But you're saying affected him or fight immediately is a sign. That of the department is setting no zone for that crap basically. Is that what you thought? Yes yes. They're sending new tolerance zone as far as future officers conduct. They're also setting a tone in letting them know that we're not going to stand by you. We don't stand by this kind of stuff a lot of times when these types of incidents happen you'll notice the I what happened was they were placed administrative leave with with peg right Because because the there's union rules involved and all that kind of stuff where says in part of the due process was says? You can't just go on firing police officers because they were acted within within within their legal bounds and duties. And so I'm sure that the chief of police in it or someone said Said Hey listen just went to the unions. Listen this is not the one standby I'm Schweitzer to you. Say This is not the case to stand by. This is not a an law enforcement. Generally I'm speaking general in general terms right here law enforcement knows that with the Eric Garner Situation. They got over they got. They got away with that. They're not gonNA get away with anonymous. Okay I hate to be thorough so so I don't mean at the sound cavalier. I don't mean that to sound capricious or uncaring. But but it's true. Law Enforcement knows generally generally speaking. I haven't talked officers but they know that that that Eric Garner situation was really really messed up. It was really messed up on his face today. Go to know that that they fouled up and they know that that Moore should have happened and the fact that there weren't crazy rights going on even the wheel there were protests and all that kind of stuff. They really got away and they can't do that again. Here's another case of it and and law enforcement one neck. They didn't have the neck. Yeah and that's what I'm saying. That's what I'm saying that Eric Garner situation a Pantaleo would have been convicted. It would have sent shockwaves the people's minds as soon as someone says I can't breathe..

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I I feel and I believe my community believes to and you believe to Lawrence if we would have acted appointed. Just me early on. We believe that this we wouldn't have even gotten to the point. You get back but the issue is it just seems as Dole where where were as a nation we we. We really don't show regard for people of color or marginalized and that's that poses a serious problem. And then what people want to revolt or fight against you. Know what I'm saying. Any form of of of institutions that people take issue with that and some at some aspects. I understand I'm not but my biggest migrates desire is. How can we continue to walk this out peacefully at the expense of not making sure other people and not hurt during the process? You get because remember we talk about the whole thing about Rodney King? That ended up in a very violent violent right. Were a lot of people got hurt. And you say we'll look again. Look what happened with Rodney King and once again I would bring this city. Eric Garner cases that in both those situations. The officers were caught red handed. Eric Garner in Oregon or situation. I believe officer's name was Pantaleo. Pantaleo and the Rodney King incident. These are incidents that are caught on videotape. And the officers are free right. Yeah the Rodney King Situation. The officers were acquitted in California courts and then had to be convicted in federal court. And so that's that's in again fast. Two Thousand Fourteen Again with Garner so once again. This is the history. This is what's been going on. This is this is what's been going on for for for a you. Know since the slave codes since emancipation since Jim. Crow You Know Jim Crow by another name. you know. And so what? What can we say It was going on in the fifties and Sixties Malcolm talked about it when You know back in his speeches Then everybody says we're not everyone but a great deal of people were saying that You know the African American community is complaining. This is not going on Just on the next thing you know we get the video Rodney King And then everyone says okay. Well if the officer you know if the guy only would have submitted right he would've just fought. If trayvon Martin would not have won Hoodie or cut through the backyard or if Tamir Rice was not would not have been playing. What they with the gun or you know. When is it? When is it that the people who were perpetrating? These types of crimes are.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"She sees African American. A and I work setting him into the family. You understand. It's kind of like people have these different deeds to justify the they're not racist but at the same time you know. They had these different issues within their hearts. Did Not aware of you know saying in these things out on a daily basis and that's something that people are refusing to acknowledge right now. You know what I'm saying so it's Kinda like me If if you're if you're saying that you're you're not that the question is what are you doing? Actually actually even deal with these issues that are going on you get. Sometimes you could just tell just by the feedback that the people have their shows the level of incentives and sensitivity as it relates to these issues that we're dealing with you get it so this is the question hour asked in With that would all of that Lords. What are some of the things that we can do is just citizens as relates to kind of dealing with these issues? May Cause you know right now. More is a youth protests going on a few blocks away from where I live saints. WanNa southside all I gotta do is is is crossed across this this this get on a highway go few minutes maybe about fifteen miles away. I mean fifteen minutes away. What can I do? What can we do? You know what I'm saying the start combat in this stuff man i. There's a lot of things we can do. But just can you articulate some things we can do as relates to. Yeah so I I think that You know in all honesty I gotta say that I think that in this particular case that the administrative staff of the Minnesota Police Department in act swiftly You know I believe this incident happened yesterday and they're fired as as speak right so but can I question can I? I just wanted to check with a question. Why couldn't they arrest it? Why didn't they arrest that? May becoming that may becoming so so. This is a more difficult question. As far as of the laws you ask me about the laws and things like that. So wh what happens is is that You Know Police. Officers are for lack of better terms They're given a benefit of a doubt that that that they are acting within the color of law in that there that the deeds that they're doing are justified. I mean that's kind of this unwritten social contract right and until we find out that what they've done is overstepped about and so. I'm sure that there will.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I'm going to be very honest. I'm I'm at the point where I'm very kind of triggered at this. At this point in time We just had the amid arborist shooting and I broke down that video on my platform in. So it's difficult for me to watch these type of videos because even though I did it for for a number of years did watch something. I'M NOT GONNA watch anything but it's very very difficult for me because Part of my career. I was a use of force instructor. So that means that I trained officers under correct amount of force that they could use and be justified right as I just tried to explain to you so I did that. That was my job I did for for three years. I did that and so so. It's very difficult for me. To Watch. Officers are who don't for whatever reason follow this rule that they have been told. I can guarantee you that this Minnesota officer is very well versed in probably understands Graham v Connor in Tennessee versus Garner. Interior versus Ohio in all kinds of different court cases that have been going on that that That guides their use of force. And so what was going on in? This officer's mind and the other officers minds. I do not know icon speculate and I think I have a great of degree of expertise when it comes to speculation but but it's very disconcerting. Very disheartening that we continue to have this and as you and I talked. We're talking stacey before we were talking before we decided to do. This is one of the biggest things that that this reminds me of an reminds many people up and even on Arbour's situation as Ahmed armory. Don Georgia reminds me of of Trayvon Martin. Down in Florida and this particular situation with George. Floyd reminds me of the situation that happened in New York when the officers Were were acquitted and so it's very very disconcerting very disheartening. Because it's in my mind in the situation that happened in New York. If the officers would have been Found guilty or even indicted the new district attorney's office at Grand Jury. Indict those officers in so if they would have been indicted of that they would have That would have sent a ripple effect through all of law enforcement. And so when somebody says I can't breathe if if an officer is dealing with a suspect and they say I can't breathe. Then the officers would take a very different course of action. And so I I truly believe that in in the case that happened in New York if if they would have been convicted in court That would have.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Or the percentage of of this kind of atmosphere going on with an on these departments and precincts. And what can we descended civilians? Do about this you saying so And One more question I would ask to any form of legislation or laws that are designed to protect civilians in this situation. You get them saying so just make it happen talk so yes so let me let me start off with a number one. I'm in agreement with the agreed justness of of what happened and You know there's really no excuse for it. I think that I think timeout has come for the different types of excuses but people are making around this type of behavior when it comes to law enforcement and no matter how much resistance and I'll talk about this in a little bit no matter how much resistance is given to any type of situation Very rarely does that level of resistance call for the death penalty right. A lesson officer is in grave of physical danger and about to suffer some serious physical injury And that is defined differently in different states In or facing the death then they are been the officers have no justification for the use of force so let me For the use of force when it comes to use of deadly lethal force. And so what happens is is that There's a number of last about laws legislatures and things like that. There's a number of court rulings That that govern the way that police officers in series of the state connect in certain situations. And there's a number of them but I think the most important one that we should keep in mind for this. Discussion is the one called grand versus Connor. A and I'm not going to get into the nuts and bolts of okay but just from just from a layman's perspective This was a United States Supreme Court case and went up all the way to the United States. Prem- court for anyone who doesn't know something happens and the local level somebody gets arrested. They don't like the outcome of it in appeal to the the appeal to the appeal process. Go up up the chain of command and of course the Supreme Court is the highest court in the land right so this went all the way up to the United States Supreme Court. In in this particular case the outcome of the case was with was was that In a what we can understand. Is that the court said that Anytime an agent of the state I'm saying agents day or police officer Uses FOR US? That force has to be reasonable to the amount of force that is used against him in or trying to escape. So what does that mean? So what that means is if is a police officer and trying to take you past Jones into custody. And you're just you just tried to you just Kinda ball up a say. I'm not getting arrested. I can't then ball up my fist and start beaten in the head. I can't take Patani. Started beating your head because your level of resistance at that. Time is not being met by the amount of force. I'm applying to you. And so that is the essential standard that that police officers corrections officers. Fbi agents everyone. Who's state actor has to keep in mind now in this particular case?.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Plz Advise

Plz Advise

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Plz Advise

"Updating us it's always nice to hear an update and we'll be thinking of you girl send us your edibles will plug ito um you guys thank you for listening please of eyes that was fun episodes dis him delo lad that you were my second guest back from our long little break that we had i now and i just want to say i'm going to give a little shout out that um i love being on and it is a privilege and an honor and i also want to hark back a few months because i had a very dark summer for any of anybody who follows me on the graham a posts were infrequent an intensely emotional um but i saw malls sleigh ended up hanging out in austin brunei on the fourth and malls was the captain a my show up and ronnie was the ronnie was their captain and a please advise nation her leah shelton really delivered some aaa my matching twin on my tattoo we got matching tattoos you know that right yeah and she really like took care of me in a way that i deeply needed and like his boss just acknowledge and so i just i have whether inadvertent or intentional i have had incredible interactions with the please advise nation as a result of my friendship with you so woah you know you're the boston also please advise asia's the rise i'm always come constantly like surprised in pleased with how the general quality of human that exists in please advise asian and thank you to anyone who came to the bar in new york when i did my birthday thing you as are awesome and everything else him just very you know i'm grateful for that reason to and lee is like the fucking best yeah she's a she's a rarity in in a lot of ways but please rise asian in general is really fantastic oh they've been really great inkind kind open forgiving epa.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Plz Advise

Plz Advise

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Plz Advise

"A way to to process the things that have happened to them that they might a brush office casualties phil felt bad about 'one also enabled a lot of women like i think about the whole like women's gymnastics thing that happened with the doctor oh my god and how many more women have been able to speak up in michaela maroney's like not getting any legal implications for breaking her nda that she sign in the fact that she even had to sign one is ridiculous but yes that situation brings me to tears and i i what makes me more upset almost or as upset as the fact that had happened was about the cover up yeah a hushhush nece of it that is so that is ultimately the thing that upsets me the most about this movement so far is like the perpetrators are ginning their do but the people who enabled that structure to to exist for so long do not have any recourse or they're like oh we didn't now yeah and unlike the do service that had like whoever was the producers on the today show that enabled matt lauer to do what he did for so long yet we'll never experience real recourse for what they did and how many women's careers they who isn't it at like with the button as israel you have to put it in a work order for that like you literally up to like call the building in beit hair one a button underneath my does so that it will lock the door league verse while are you an evil exupery villain like who even has that is that from like that's like from an '80s movie were like you press the button under desk in length the floor across from you fall asleep because someone in a made their quarterly bonus or whatever i dislike i i there's there's a lot of people that were complicit and has the ice complicit the smaller to keep the ratings so that you can keep advertisers even though when he got the boot the weightings went up any way so we could have resolved the situation ages ago i think that people get afraid to because they're like well if we point out that lake mickey mouse is a pervert or something late uniting me and the key.

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"stacey jones" Discussed on Plz Advise

Plz Advise

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"stacey jones" Discussed on Plz Advise

"The rape and sexual assault is not just some disgusting man penetrating out without your well leg that is not the only way to do it and it might actually be possible that a very successful man of any colour especially after recent guys notches why guys the pattern out as a matter what colour you are i mean maybe i'm not in a place in i am a new the white girl but you know there was still a power differential at play that i don't feel like has been widely like widely enough addressed thicky you're at disease and sarees apartment like fucking go out with him just for this i mean who wouldn't now but like go out into the story it doesn't like and i would put on a queue outfit and like maybe hook up with him but that doesn't give him the right to get bigger thing really fruit and then send me a gross like how you know quote unquote woke text about at the next day like oh you did exactly what you should do if this was a scene on your show oh right you know yeah here's something that that that being ousted has really sparked some really interesting pieces not the shitty ones ya inherently how are dating what's considered dating norms yao are inherently lake sinn devalue women and deep power women in dawn acknowledge that like the fight fight or freeze complex of yes reactions law in a you know most of the guys that are coming up with his of mealy will was it a bad deed i know you're just afraid you're going to be outed for your behavior and like you're going to be you're going to be forced to confront that leg you didn't take a soft to know the first four times as an answer that's and you have to look at yourself in the mirror and say like i am as bad as these guys or like the idea that you can go to a man's apartment and not give them sex oh yeah is not the eight like the apec's goal for every outing that you had you can have a sexually you can have a satisfy experience and mike.

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