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"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"District Attorney's association is asking the NFL to stop airing a public service announcement focusing on the death of Stefan Clark Association president and El Dorado County D a. Vern Pierson says Thie inspire change video omits crucial facts that lead to Clark's death by failing to Fully account for the full set of circumstances surrounding Clark's death. They're undermining any type of meaningful conversation regarding police overreach, brutality and wrongdoing. The CD A is calling for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to reexamine the facts of Stefan Clark's death and produce a video that accurately depicts the conduct of all concerned in the officer involved shooting. And the U. S government has reached a deal with Johnson and Johnson for 100 million doses of a covert 19 vaccine for just over $1 billion. The company's experimental vaccine is currently an early stage human trials and is expected to begin late stage human trials in September. Traffic and weather together. Here's Bob Williams had a report drawn by Samar Good news that crash on North found 99 43rd has cleared completely. Traffic moves well, Trucks all road to I five Garden highway remains closed and sweeper trucks working today on South found 99 from north of Floor Road to, Esther wrote until about two o'clock save. Martin knows that the best time for low prices all the time because it's a family store. They'll always find ways to help you stretch your dollars this week, 80% lean ground Beef is only a dollar 99 a pound in the max Pack save Mark. Valley. Proud traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Bob Williams needed 93.1 kfbk morning clouds and clearing throughout the day, mostly sunny this afternoon high around 82 breezy overnight lows in the upper fifties. Partly cloudy and high of 87 Thursday. Sonny and back into the low nineties.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Use previously the legislation also requires evaluating an officer's conduct before and after deadly force is used edit the sizes de escalation tactics as effective alternatives to pulling the trigger the bill's author is assemblywoman surely whatever's San Diego Democrat super liberal and she was joined on the stage by Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg Democrat leaders at this California secretary of state's office in Sacramento during the signing she first introduced this legislation to change the law twenty eighteen following the death of Stefan Clark in Sacramento she says this bill was whatever life's greatest challenges law enforcement representatives have argued that the original draft created an impossible standard so when this bill was originally drafted police were saying this is a possible what you're putting forward in this law is going to cause officers to second guess themselves and that could put them in life threatening situations as well as others so there were some amendments made and I'm reading here from one particular group I don't know what this group is all about either of the it's the California association of highway patrolman I don't know who they are are these really CHP officers or is this some lobbying group run by aerotek cop people I don't know could you look it up for me Katy I'm looking it up right now California association highway patrol but they may be legit I don't know but I'm reading their spokesperson the president actually say with the passage of these two bills AB three ninety two an SP two thirty California will go further than any other state in the country to provide our officers with the tools and trainings they've requested and deserve it's a labor union that advocates on behalf of uniforms CHP officers okay it's the labor unions I'm just thinking well clearly what this bill states is our police have not been trained properly in the past and have not acted properly in the past when it comes to the use of lethal force that if you listen to the the sponsor of this bill and therefore the sponsor of this legislation it all comes down to the fact the police are racist because I'm reading things that she has said regarding the unjust treatment of that of non whites and it would make you believe that the police in the state of California are racist and they're more apt to shoot a black or brown person then they are white person.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Today addresses that were able to sit down and come up with a version that that everyone got what they wanted but on that we can all live with it and as we feel like it was a collaborative process I don't know if we're done with the topic I I think this portion of it is down for now but we're always looking to improve the way we do things I think law enforcement in general is very self critical about how they use force and how the policies are formed and and if there's a better way of doing it would like to do that and I think but you can hold people out of our officers accountable something they haven't always receive training for now the measure was spurred by last year's fatal shooting of Stefan Clark whose death sparked major protests in the state capital and reverberated nationwide the head of Planned Parenthood says its nationwide network of health centers will remain open and drive to make up for the loss of federal funding following its decision to pull out of the federal family up planning program a new trump administration rule prohibiting clinics from referring women for abortions lead Planned Parenthood to its decision the acting leader at Planned Parenthood critics that many low income women who rely on IT services will delay or go without care representatives Ilan Omar and where she had to leave our calling on other members of Congress to visit Israel while they can't last week Israel blocked the two democratic house members over their support of a Palestinian led economic boycott I played on Monday also laid out her reasoning for deciding against I. humanitarian pass to go see her grandmother in the west bank I spoke to my family and I think my grandmother said it beautifully when she said on her off for us food in Arabic.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Name. His name Stefan Clark. Stephanie after the fatal police shooting. Stephan clarkin, seconda activists are celebrating Clark's legacy and calling for changes in police practices, Reverend Al Sharpton joined hundreds of activists at a rally on the steps of the state capital. He says it's his fourth visit to Sacramento since the shooting, and he says people will keep up the fight. He criticized the police who shot Clark the district attorney who decided not to charge the police officers and California laws that make it easy to justify police shootings. And this case. Is a national disgrace. Because what the DA has done is say that police have the right based on their imagination. To use deadly force. Not that they are was any way on the tape that there was a gesture that he was getting ready to shoot something. But because they thought is your imagination Dave thought it was a gun you can shoot multiple times six of which was not even in the front that is a threat to all of the young people in this city. Sharpton praised activists who have held a series of non violent protests in Sacramento and beyond. He also blasted Sacramento district. Attorney and Marie Schubert who decided not to bring charges against the police officers who shot Clark smells of Donald Trump is..

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Stefan Clark was shot and killed last year by two police officers. Young black man was unarmed this week two separate investigations into the shooting came to an end both concluding the officers should not be criminally charged. More from ABC news chief national correspondent, Matt gutless. Last year Clark was seeing authorities after allegedly smashing car windows. Police helicopters tracked Clark to his grandmother's officers on the ground took up positions. And they say when he turned an advanced on them. They fired twenty times. Police say they thought. It was an iphone. Following the incident officers manually nudie body cameras at times, the Clark family commissioned, an independent autopsy bullets struck him mostly in the back, which the Clark family says contradicts the police narrative, we may Justice. Now, the DA's office is lamenting the death. But says the officers were justified in their use of force because they credibly believed Clark was armed Clark's family outraged officers. Lethal force around the corner on evangelism. Call after my son and gained him down when he had nothing, but a cell phone in his hand, Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg acknowledging that fatal mistake was the outcome. Wrong was the outcome unacceptable. The answer to both questions is. Yes, the second investigation clearing. The officers was conducted by California attorney general hobby are Bezerra a different situation in Florida were an ex cop is going to prison for shooting a black motorist ABC's. Victor KENDALL reports buyer Florida police officer Newman Rosia put in hint cuffs convicted for killing thirty one year old korry Jones. This about.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Three four fifteen thirty before we get to the phones I want to get to you a couple of things. First of all we are hearing for we have heard I should say this past week for the very first time. In their own words from the Sacramento police officers who shot Stefan Clark. Terrance Merck at all. And officer Jared, Robin at these are the two guys. I here's Myrtle, quote, when I came around the corner, I see that same subject talking about Clark with his hoodie and sweatshirt pulled up in his arms pointed out extended like this. He went on to say based on the light coming off of my tactical light it appeared. I thought that he had already shot at me because I saw what I believe to be a metallic reflection or muzzle flash. So I was scared. He said I thought that he had shot at me. I think I remember yelling gun and I ducked back behind the corner of the house for cover. So these comments that he made they were recorded by police investigators these this was just hours after Clark was shot. He's the unarmed. Black man twenty two years old shot to death by mercantile and Robin. So these two guys are getting interview just hours after all of this takes place. Here's more from mercantile. He was interviewed by the way at three thirty four in the morning after Clark was shot. So they got to right away. He recalled getting a call of a report of a suspect. Breaking car windows in meadow view, then chasing him at eventually ending up in the backyard of Clark Clark's, grandmother's home. So he's back there in this dark backyard. I remember thinking he said, I'm like this guy is freaking shooting at me. I was like is that a gun is he's shooting at me. He's shooting at me. He went on to say, I put my head back around the corner. And I see the subject is advancing towards us. And I see that same bright metallic shining in the light of his hands. That he had as he was approaching at us. Here's rob a net. He was interviewed in a separate room at police headquarters at three thirteen in the morning, and he told a similar story. So the two officers are being interviewed hours after this takes place in separate rooms by investigators telling similar stories, Robin, quote, it was hard to see making out anything clear. All I saw was a subject in dark clothing standing in that position with his hands punched out with something in his hands and to protect myself. I fired. What I thought was five rounds on the scene and later, I thought was maybe more. I was scared. Like, I say I was scared. He was going to shoot us. This was Robin et speaking. I really felt like that was a gun. Those are what the officers told investigators hours after the shooting. Okay. One quick sound clip. And we got to get to the phones. This is Sarah. And I told you he said something very very interesting during this news conference any hill this past week after he makes the announcement. He said that all of us every single one of us should be held accountable for our actions. Not just the officers all of us accountability must be a cornerstone of all the work. We do and every stakeholder is obliged to participate. Our police our civic and community leaders, and the people of our communities who safety is paramount everyone not just law enforcement officers have a stake in making sure that these tragic incidents are less frequent everyone has a stake. Not just law enforcement, everyone people who live in the neighborhood. Stefan clark. Everybody is in this together. And we all have a stake. We all have to be held accountable and are responsible for our actions. And somehow in these protests, and we're going to get to that starts that side of the story on the other side of the break. A lot of this talk about responsibility, accountability got lost. There's a lot of finger pointing going on. Let's go to the phones right now. Dave joins us from Sacramento on this Saturday. Dave, what are your thoughts? Hey Sam, you're you're right on point both sides, happy spots ability for their actions, and where they are. I'm calling in respect to be early. You reminded me of something that really made me very angry. When I was listening to it next. You said you had a friend called? Another part of the country and was telling you what they heard and your response was you're not hearing the whole story. Right. So, and I think that that is I lay that at the seat of the reporters from the people that are there that could give this information out to attorney general Shera, I listened to first of all I listened to the district attorney for full statement. I listened to the Sierra. I did not get what I thought I was going to get. He laid it out logical really highly irritated me was the nature the tone and the substance of the questions of the media. And if they were question in behalf of the family, it's like they took him to task how could you possibly come up? I mean, the questioning every one it made me sick. You didn't like the tone of the questioning from the press corps. No there's supposed to be unbiased. And they definitely not advice. They were very biased in your question. Like everybody else. Yes. And they have a hand in this installment. Exacerbating. Definitely I hold them accountable for well. Yeah. I look. There are a lot of a lot of ways to attack this this topic. But my my broader point in what I what I tried to point out earlier, Dave is this it takes maybe one or two more lines in the copy that that the that a reporter or a producer anywhere else in this country can put into an update to too much better. Explain this story. I mean, we are talking about an additional maybe ten seconds to to further say, okay. Yes, he was an unarmed. Black man he was twenty two years old, and he was shot and killed by police. But that victim who died he was breaking into car windows, any broke into a home, and he was acting erratically in a very dark backyard. Okay. Now, all of a sudden you hear this story. And he put it puts it into context. And you say, oh, okay. Well, maybe then maybe then I can understand how the officers felt scared. Maybe I can I can see their side. And too often. The the headline is what makes the story, and then we stop and to suggest that that this shooting was like any other particular shooting, and and this has happened time. And again in our reporting in this country to all the way back to Michael Brown. Well, that's another. That's another example. That's another example where we're far too often. That full story was not told Sam you're exactly like what you lose. When that is not for your shoes. Balance in the story. Yes. You do because heavily win signed. Dave what you lose is. When you when you run a media company, you lose listeners, and you lose viewers, and you lose readers, and what's happening in this country. And we are seeing it time and again poll after poll after poll people are losing confidence in the media. They're turning off their turning it off. They're not reading it. They're not listening to it. And that's a real danger because then you have a general public. That's less informed. Okay. That doesn't do anybody. Any good in any society? What we do narrow down till we listened to your wanting to people you one of the people that a number of us listen to because we get a balanced report. You're not biased one way or another. And I think that's why you have your listenership. Well, I appreciate that. They've thanks so much for the phone call. I. Appreciate it. We have to take a quick break. Phone number is nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty one eight hundred fifty eight three four fifteen thirty. So then there are the protests. Those startup. And they all had into east Sacramento. Presumably because people who are any sacrament or perceived to have a lot of money. I I'm not really sure why east Sacramento why not west Sacramento, why not land park, why not NATO Mus why not granite bay. Why not Roseville why not? Elk grove what? Okay. Why they're. So what did they do there? And then what took place in the city council meeting? Unbelievable. I'm Sam Shane. We're back in a moment this weekend live. Maybe you've.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Talking about bringing back the drought. Bring back the drought. Those are the good times another about another matter. UC Davis now says their legal team is reviewing the controversy with the professors made violent comments towards police, professor, Joshua clover. Armstrong and Getty have talked about in the past. And our listeners have been looking for an updates on. Glad this is one. Yes. The professor has reportedly posted on Twitter, we've told you calling for death to police officers and has openly expressed his hatred for police. He's been quoted saying it's not enough for cops to be reformed, but they need to be killed. And in a two thousand fourteen tweet you said, quote, it's easier to shoot cops when their backs are turned in a town where a police officer, then got murdered with her back turned, and he is not soften his remarks a bit. He's a lunatic in and dangerous and should not be teaching a young impressionable people anything UC. Davis officials say they are asking their legal team for advice in the matter. Clover says. His comments are protected by the first amendment, and again, he has yet to apologize. You won't get arrested for it. But yeah, keep working here. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. You would you have a right to say that I would fight with you for your right say that, but you don't get to teach kids not with my tax money. You don't go Armstrong and Getty dot com. Signed a petition for UC Davis to shove this limitation out. What a crazy person. There will be a federal investigation into whether the Stefan Clark shooting by Sacramento police officers deprived him of his civil rights, but there will be no criminal charges filed in the case that announcement coming after California state attorney general heavier for Sarah announced our investigation has concluded that no criminal charges against the officers involved in the shooting can't be sustained. There's in in the federal investigation will have the same result. It's just it's not even close California. Fire officials wanted dramatically increase logging another forest management practices to reduce you'll for wildfires. So they're calling on the national guard to step in and help with their efforts. Temperature in center sites right now, we got fifty four degrees in citrus is a matter of fact me I'm Marshall Phillips does your Sacramento headlines. And now another opulent our of the Armstrong and Getty show. We're going to end this segment with the first song from the first album of Greta van fleet which.

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

AP Radio News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

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

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

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California AG won't charge officers who shot Stephon Clark

Michael Savage

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

California AG won't charge officers who shot Stephon Clark

"The Sacramento, California officers involved in the shooting death of Stefan Clark will not be criminally charged. Correspondent Jim Rupe? Reports. State attorney general hobby episode says this was a thorough investigation independent of the DA's office which reached the same conclusion based on those objective facts, we make a determination of what the officers were proceeding and how they could Apsara says from the evidence Clark came out from behind a picnic table with an object in his hand later found to be a phone and began advancing toward the officers. The officers shouted for him to stop repeatedly shouted show your hands then gun as Clark continued toward them. Sarah says the officers were justified in fearing for their

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KOMO

"Rubella vaccine. Bologna, I'll have more a popular concert venues, settles over accessibility. I'm Brian Calvert. With the improvements now being made at the Chateau and how long will the sun stick around? Oh, a few hours at least California's attorney general hobby ever Sarah says he won't charge to Sacramento police officers who fatally shot an unarmed black band last year, he says based on evidence he doesn't think the officers broke any laws when they shot twenty two year old Stefan Clark, the officers encountered a rapidly developing situation in which they were pursuing a suspect Stefan Clark. Who had broken the rear sliding glass door of the neighboring residents and who refused an officer's multiple commands to stop and show his hands. A similar decision by local prosecutors prompted protests in Sacramento, congressman Elijah Cummings says the White House is not giving House Democrats documents they requested about how advisor Jared Kushner got his security clearance. President Trump will visit tornado ravaged Alabama on Friday. Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg says he will not run for president in two thousand twenty and a post on Bloomberg he sites and already crowded democratic primary. Scott Goldberg ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good afternoon. Komo news time one thirty one sunny and forty six degrees in Seattle. Now our top stories McComb oh twenty four seven news center. Washington Secretary of health Dr John Weisman was called to testify before congress today about the ongoing. Measles outbreak centered in Clark county, we've been told members of the Senate committee on health. Education labor and pensions that educating communities with high rates of unvaccinated kids is key. We need to have this national conversation and national campaign that. Is based on evidence. And and that we develop the evidence on how to best communicate. It is the response effort, and it happens at the local level, but Senator rand Paul questioned mandating any vaccine between twelve and fifty six thousand people die from the flu or a said to die from the flu in America. There's estimated to be a few hundred from measles. So I would guess those who want to mandate visa lls will be after his on the flu next pressure. From congress has already led to changes on Facebook with pledge to alter algorithms. So that anti vaccine information is not immediately shown when someone is searching for information on vaccines. A new study shows no connection between autism and the measles. Mumps rubella vaccine. Komo's Bill Neil has more the research published in the annals of internal medicine focused on a half million. Danish children born between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand ten the results show. The vaccine does not increase the risk of autism is susceptible people, and is not associated with clusters of cases that have appeared after the findings also suggest the two dose vaccine is ninety seven. In percents effective six separate outbreaks currently underway in the United States, including one in southwest, Washington state, at least seventy two deaths resulting from measles were reported in Europe last year below Neil. Komo news. A local winery has settled and we'll make improvements after an Americans with disabilities. Act complaint. Here's komo's Brian Calvert. With more a few summers back sharp Blankenship went to a concert at Chateau San Michele her night out was anything but enjoyable. She says Blankenship uses a wheelchair and her experience began with no accessible parking spots. Then she was told she needed to buy a higher price ticket for her wheelchair. Then she had to be pushed up a hill to the back of the venue where it was difficult to see the show afterwards. She asked for a refund was denied. So she filed a complaint Chateau, San Michele has denied making her buy a more expensive ticket, but is apparently acknowledging that grounds built long before the ABA need to be more accessible as part of the settlement. The winery has agreed to improve access in restrooms create more handicapped parking spaces and for concert nights. It will widen aisles and create more. More accessible seating. They will also pay Blankenship five hundred dollars. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Coming up on KOMO modifying, gene that impacts a person's desire for alcohol. I'm Carleen Johnson. The promising new research out of Oregon Health and science university..

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"stefan clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"CNN commentator and former Obama green jobs official van Jones at CPAC and interesting and surprising exchange thought you'd be interested in that. I next guest is activist and author d'auray McKesson guerrillas coming off a book tour for on the other side of freedom. The case for hope currently he's touring with the pod save the people tour named after the podcast that he hosts with crooked media by the same name. And as many of, you know, came to prominence as a figure in the Ferguson protests following the police shooting of Michael Brown, the Sacramento incident. Now in the news is more proof that such issues are not resolved derail later ran for mayor of Baltimore and was on this show in that context as a candidate among other times, so dre thanks for coming on welcome back to WNYC. It's going to be back, and let's start with Sacramento. Unfortunately. Eighty four protesters were arrested yesterday during demonstrations for the police shooting of twenty two year old Stefan Clark who was killed as I understand it in his grandmother's backyard with nothing more than a cell phone that police mistook for a gun the protests were over the fact that the two police officers involved we now know will not be charged. You have to take on the killing of Stefan clock. So here's the context at third of all the people killed by stranger in this country is actually killed by police officer, which is wild it in California. California kills more people the police come more people in California than anyplace else in the country in has a tenth highest rate of police. And so a lot of like this is a hotbed in California. And people often don't understand the scope of the issue. What is sort of promising now on the heels of Stefan? Clark's murderer is a aby three Ninety-two, which is a lot. It's been introduced him to California just that could change the deadly force standard in a way, there'd be really powerful. So right now. In california. Police officers are not required to use less lethal force before using deadly force. So they don't have to give a warning like anything before they just shoot to kill somebody. And that doesn't make sense of the hundred biggest police departments in California only seven require some sort of less lethal force before deadly force. So if that changes hopeful that there could be some sort of change the last thing is as California has this law. This is a any investigation of an opposite lasts more than a year can never resolve discipline, regardless of the outcome that makes no sense. And just for the record of note that you said murder of Stefan Clark. Many people would take offence at that. And the DAS decided that this was not motor but time, and again, as you talked about the standard as in this case, the lack of charges or conviction seems to stem from the conclusion by DA's or juries that the officers even if wrongly genuinely believed that they were in mortal danger, they're not gonna go to work to kill an unarmed person and have to live with the consequences of that as something they wanna do. So within that reality. And all you thought about these reality is there a way to reduce these horrible killings you. So a lot of it. So, you know, in some places, you could have the world's best DA, and the best tonight is the best mayor in the law, literally just is not people side to that is like a real challenge. So even in California, the she doesn't require them to use anything but deadly force when they encounter people and like they can. And that doesn't make sense what I will say about this DA, though, just to be clear. She. She our argument publicly rested on a lot of non-legal factors. So it's not illegal factor to say that a police officers may split-second decisions you don't make split-second decisions to teachers teachers make a new decision every thirty seconds research says, and you would be appalled if somebody was just like kicking your child down the stairs because they misbehaved and Mike the principal's like they made a second. You'd be like a wild rationale DA's all the time or was she also suspected that was actually really insulting and growth is that she surmise that. Stephan clock with suicidal in that that might have been a factor. It's like he had a cell phone a cell phone and the police they saw light. It's like, well, I think you'd be probably should've thought like being a cell, you know, and if you aren't trained well enough to know the difference between a phone and a gun or to use some sort of non lethal force when encountering people then we just that's a hard world to live in. So I want to believe that we can change the rules to hold off accountable in communities. So we have Stefan Clark on the one hand. Hand we have the van Jones clip from CPAC this weekend that we let into this segment with do you see bipartisan interest in real criminal Justice reform of any kind. Yeah. I think that you know, it's interesting. We did a poll in Florida, as you know, Florida restored, the voting rights of about a one point six million, former felons, and that's a huge deal. And we pulled them about their take on police violence and actually overwhelmingly that pulled better than every issue like Blue Cross party lines people were down for it. What is hard about vans comments is that they in is an expert in the space, and he knows that on the surface and the details just isn't true. What's interesting about the about the number of people incarcerated as at the numbers aren't dropping. So as much good things are happening across the country. The biggest spike that we've seen is actually in California, California. Let so many people out of prison that the entire national average dropped but across the whole set of it's still bad. And again that van said that on the heels of us knowing right there. This administration is actually calling for the death penalty for drug dealers. And that is not very progressive that you think about what's happening at the border with this administration, not very progressive. And you think about places like Florida, even when a former felons got the right to vote back is that they are actually the governor was making a really hard for them to register to vote. So we seem we see the performance of criminal Justice reform, and you think about the first step back. Do you know what percentage of people who are incarcerated the first step act impact? Let me let me before you even answer that just remind people what the first step step app is. This is a criminal Justice reform that did pass congress in a bipartisan fashion, right it. Yeah. Do you know what percentage of people it impacts in prison? You tell me about two percent because it's federal rather than stay where most people are incarcerated. No, just because it's not an aggressive piece of like reform legislation. Right. That like what it does. So some of what it does they could have done administratively, but the DOJ under sessions was just unwilling to do those things. So that's not like you. Don't. You don't get a gold sticker us having to use legislation. When like the administration could have just done it like not shackling women at birth. The administration could have just refused to do. There are some being the recalculation of good time credits was actually substantial the let's say some required. It like the idea was good. But while that's good for the people and impacts. It's not like some sweeping thing that fundamentally changes the criminal that is misreading of what the first back dies. And I think that we have to be more mindful till I just be honest about who is leading who had their people who've died over this Couve Ladd and pushed him as an issue. And the fact that some conservatives now think that we can save money is not like a they don't get like a gold sticker for that. And we haven't seen like the proof in the pudding with the outcome. So so I struggle with vans comments, and hopeful that we can just be a little more honest in this space about wh- outcomes are changing, let's go on to some other things that are going on New York. New Jersey are examples of states moving toward legalising cannabis around ten states have fully legalized recreational use and ending mass incarceration is one of the motivations. Can you tell yet if it's working as planned in those states that have legalized from criminal Justice standpoint, however, you measure that? So it's interesting is that we are more people for weed than all Bali crimes combined. Which is why do you know what percent of arrests happened for violent crime? Like, what your guests of the total restaurant and what percent of her violent crime? It's less than half. It's five percent. Right. So this idea that like everybody's out being allowing criminal is just not true. And if you think about five percent is arrests for violent crime, then less than that are actually convictions for violent crime rate. So we as more people for drugs, total New York City, obviously has been leading in the decriminalization, but Eastill in New York City ninety percent of the people who were arrested for marijuana are black and Brown. Racer disparities are still showing up all across the country. Baltimore just recently noted that the Baltimore and she was not going to prosecute for marijuana possession anymore. But the police department at the same time said that they're still going to rest people. Right. So it's like that's where we see this sort of tug. So that's why I asked if a full legal ization makes a difference. Maybe we don't have enough data yet. But like, you mentioned New York, mayor de Blasio said on the show and elsewhere that this should only be a summons at the cut in the current state of things when it's still legal. This should only be a summons. It shouldn't be. Arrest anymore, but why are people still being arrested because when a cop finds that you have illegal we'd on you? They still check your data. And if they find that you have outstanding wines for anything else. Those are the people who are getting a registry. We just like alcohol alcohol is much more likely to kill you quicker and erode your body. Then we'd is so I'm just asking if you know, if it's working in California in Washington, Oregon, Colorado to really reduce the we'd based incarceration it's working to get people out of the initial pipeline. It is like people are not getting in the pipeline at the beginning. And the same way they were. But again, like when we think about the full scope of legalization it is not only legalizing people interested. It is expunging that people have been incarcerated clearing the records of people who've been disadvantage and that like into into we are not seeing as fully as we want. Let's discuss the presidential race. Are you interested in any one in particular at this point from? Criminal Justice standpoint, or in any other way. Yeah. Here's the thing. I think that most people on the left are going to coalesce around the same sort of principles a health care about criminal Justice reform. I think they're going to name them all something different. But I think they're going to be the same. I think the real issues are going to be this question of preparation. So you see Bernie still sort of waiver about their reparations question. I think that'll be a big deal. I think the question of what do we do with extreme wealth would be a real question like what is the role of a billionaire and society, and then what is America's role in the world? Waxy beat the things that people differ dramatically about you mentioned reparations. I believe several candidates including one and Booker and Castro and Harris have voiced support. Even though there are no specific proposals from them to examine that I know of like, what do we mean by reparations, you think it's mostly to sort of get to the left of Bernie Sanders because he's seen as so progressive because he's not for some kind of reparation..

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80 arrested, including reporter, at police shooting protest

Armstrong and Getty

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

80 arrested, including reporter, at police shooting protest

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

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Stephon Clark's Family Reacts To Sacramento DA's Decision

Killer Innovations

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Stephon Clark's Family Reacts To Sacramento DA's Decision

"And the family of Stefan Clark says that Justice was denied after Sacramento district. Attorney announced the two officers involved in his death would not be charged quark was killed nearly one year ago when he led the police on a brief chase before being shot. The officers mistook a cell phone for a gun Clark's brother is calling on California's attorney general to prosecute them.

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Stephon Clark's Family Reacts To Sacramento DA's Decision

Killer Innovations

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Stephon Clark's Family Reacts To Sacramento DA's Decision

"And the family of Stefan Clark says that Justice was denied after Sacramento district. Attorney announced the two officers involved in his death would not be charged quark was killed nearly one year ago when he led the police on a brief chase before being shot. The officers mistook a cell phone for a gun Clark's brother is calling on California's attorney general to prosecute them.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

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

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80 arrests made during Sacramento police shooting protest

Investor's Edge

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

80 arrests made during Sacramento police shooting protest

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

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"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Protestors are taking to the streets of east Sacramento tonight to speak out against DA Anne-Marie, Schubert's decision not to press charges against the two officers involved in last year's fatal shooting of Stefan Clark, Sacramento. Police are monitoring the situation currently in the area Folsom and forty third street. Captain normally on reports number of cars have been keyed. Officers have not yet seen who's doing the damage, but they are getting closer to the group to observe two little girls from humble county are save after disappearing into the woods near their house. Search dogs and helicopters spent the weekend looking for them in Humboldt county sheriff William Hans says they were tracked down by granola bar wrappers. They dropped and footprints left in the mud. Searchers were just totally shot came back and said they looked like they were just out for a stroll. They needed gone for an hour from their house. I mean, it looked that fresh disappeared on Friday and weren't found until Sunday morning. They told rescuers. They drank rainwater from leaves and state underneath the canopy of tall. Trees to stay dry. Mcdonagh's NewsRadio K Piquet and now, traffic and weather together. Eastbound fifty at fifty nine th street. We're getting word of an accident CHP is on the scene. Also roadwork going on at that location. Not far from there you want to avoid the intersection of fulsome and fiftieth street, that's where Stefan Clark demonstrators and police are now facing one another following protests that wound its way through e Sacramento tonight near Folsom white rock road before prairie city wrote a car left the road to high rate of speed hit a pole and burst into flames. That accident is a fatality. The westbound lane has reopened next update at ten o'clock. I'm Peter Finch, NewsRadio KFB.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The Justice and that the GOP has covered for Trump too long. The Republicans spent two years shielding, the president from any proper account ability. It's threatened. They threatened to impeach people in Justice department. They threatened the investigation the mall investigation in Sacramento. The fiance of an unarmed black man shot to death by police is denouncing the DA for displaying phone records showing Stefan Clark texted her about killing himself. Meaning it was a possible case of suicide by cop the families while the wrongful death lawsuit. Spacex his new crew capsule arrived at the international space station acing its second milestone in just over a day. This is ABC news. Okay. More Americans turn first in the morning start their day. Tell them, Robin. Good Morning, America. Take it from Robin. ABC's? Good Morning, America. Things we do. Is it? Everybody. Thanks for hanging out with us. We are delighted we've got to folks then from.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trump. Is the most dangerous president in modern American history. The town prosecutor in Sacramento says police shooting that took the life of an unarmed. Black man was not a crime. No charges will be brought against the two officers who fired on twenty two year old Stefan Clark as he was running away from. I'm Jan Johnson. From the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best, and we continue our exclusive conversation with retiring bond. King Bill Gross. Bloomberg's Erik Schatzer discusses grosses views on fiscal and monetary policy used to be that the fed and central banks with their own separate thing. And yes, they accommodated the treasury by buying certain point in order to keep interest rates low. But as we've seen in Japan, basically, the Bill Jay buys, everything that the government issues and in the case of Europe, it's been in the last five years it's been thirty or forty percent of what the issue in the United States. Was twenty percent or so for a while no longer. So they're almost one on the same. So it becomes a quick. And this is this is almost like the sea bubble in a way. If you look at it this way. If monetary and fiscal policies are together. Then why can't the government had a two trillion dollar deficit if the fed is going to buy it like they're doing Japan's? Well. Jim grau? Of course, it would be inflationary. But but it hasn't it hasn't been because of these deflationary forces, so. I would say Trump was the next president, whoever he or she is could could go to to trillion as long as the fed. Was willing to accommodate and by the way, rich Clarita advanced just that theory hasn't got many headlines, but but he suggested, hey, the fed can fed can do just what what they're doing. We can go negative. We can. Go back to quantitative easing weekend. We can do this. We can do that. We could buy stocks. We can do all these things if there's a implication of a gr- another great recession, and and that's simply meant that the possibility that the fed the central Magda monetary Hannity becomes one and the same with the with the government. It's possible. Can't be productive. Can't be healthy for the economy. When that happens there has to be in my view and independence of. Of those that create money and does spended, but increasingly. That's not the case at the age of seventy four having had the successes that you've had having made the money that you've made. But at the same time having been very public about your concerns over inequality. What it does to the social fabric? Challenge that presents to government. What are your politics increasingly liberal? I'm a registered Republican. And I say that. Over at the country club. If you're not a registered here. But yeah, it increasingly. I've recognized for at least from my viewpoint the inequality of the rich versus the middle class versus the pursuit of the poor. We don't talk about the Mars always the middle class. And the implications of that down the road. I. You know? I.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"My son. I'm Roger stern, Fox News. The mother of Stefan Clark, the black man who was shot dead by to Sacramento, California. Police officers outrage today this after the county DA decided not to charge. The two officers involved in the killing of my son. The execute him. And my mom's back yard. It is not right. It is not right. However, the DA has shawna's time and time again throughout her terms who she is. And what she stands for which is not fairness or Justice officers, Mr Clark cell phone for a gun DA. Anne, Marie Schubert saying today's decision does not diminish in any way, the tragedy the anger and the frustration since the time of his death. President Trump sounding very much like a presidential candidate. As he addressed the conservative political action conference in Maryland, we have people in congress right now, we have people in congress that hate our country. The president also saying this country will never become socialist a clear reference to democratic opponents. He may face next year, including Vermont, Senator Bernie Sanders who kicked off his campaign today in Brooklyn. I want to welcome you to a campaign week says loudly and clearly that the underlying principles of our government will not be greed hatred and lies. This is Sanders. Second bid for the presidency. Or three to what? It went perfectly SpaceX launched its dragon capsule into orbit today headed for the international space station that capsule.

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No charges in fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark

The Gun Guy

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

No charges in fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark

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

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"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Doctor prescribed opioids or appropriate in some we we were actually gonna come back, and we have the family of Stefan Clark, making a statement. Now, we're going to take that live as well. We're outraged. We're outraged. The district attorney refusing to charge the officers even though it's clear from the video. An autopsy as well as the destitute. By their corner, and it said homicide. Thanksgiving my son. They executed him in my mom's back yard. And it is not right. It is not right. However, the DA. China's time and time again throughout her terms who she is. And what she stands for which is not fairness or Justice. He has never charged officer for homicide, and there's been one hundred plus homicides by police civilians. My son is just the one that we'll break we're not going to accept that. We're not going to we've been sitting for year patiently allowing her an opportunity to do right. She has failed. Eight times in the backyard. They wanna keep showing this video that I've never seen the my son had to watch. She wants to go and smear campaign about his character and his actions and make public things at him and his significant other. We're going through. Suggest a fire or condone her officers actions. Whatever he was doing whenever he was doing on his character is or his options prior to those police gunning him down is no one's business. That's not justification. That's not. That's not a permit to kill him. I don't care if he was a Clinton or a criminal or whatever I don't care about. None of that matters. What matters is how those officers. Came with lethal force around the corner on evangelism. Call after my son and gunned him down when he had nothing, but a cell phone in this hand. That's what matters and that was wrong. It was homicide and they should be charged. I am the attorney general. We'll pick up where she failed. My face in the Justice system is what is has been. It's not for us. It's not for the black community. It's what they've shown us time and time again. That's about it. I I feel like shame on the DA. Shame on her. No, she will not sleep. Well at night. He can. The the video that my son's. They said it looks different from the first video. I don't know. Listening to that. I just know that it's just not right? And. No justice. No peace. I haven't had piece. I haven't been able to sleep. I haven't been able to eat function. And neither has any member of my family based on the fact that Stefan was murdered. Period. So I'm sorry. I got a little played sequential clerk,.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Zero four and the family Stefan Clark as filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Sacramento police officers and the city of Sacramento that suit was filed Monday and ledges that Sacramento police department officers racially profile and used excessive force when they fatally shot the twenty two year old back in March of two thousand eighteen in his grandparents south Sacramento backyard after he jumped fences and ran from police the family is seeking more than twenty million in damages. The Sacramento district attorney's office says they will need more time to finish their review into whether or not to file charges against the officers involved in that shooting Rancho Cordova home had. And it's grudge door blown off in an explosion Monday night sack metro fire as well as Sacramento sheriff's responded to the scene about nine o'clock. No injuries are reported the console. The explosion is unknown and remains under investigation this morning. One hundred vehicles were involved in an illegal sideshow. The span across several locations in Sacramento, Saturday night, Sacramento sheriff's deputies and the siege were responding to what avenue and Larchmont when the crowd broke up and the sideshow didn't stop there. According to sergeant Sean Hampton this one was especially troubling, as it travelled from one end of the county to the other in across multiple jurisdictions sergeant Hampton tells Casey area three there was one accident there. A vehicle had hit a parked car was trying to leave the scene in total five cars were impounded. Ten citations were given and one person arrested now to Washington state, where officials are declaring a public health crisis. After an outbreak of measles, and some are asking could California be next in a study published in the journal pediatrics researchers found a growing trend of. Parents receiving medical waivers to avoid having to get their children vaccinated, according to the California Department of public health, the medical exemption rate in some schools is as high as twenty percent, it'd probably fraudulent medical exemptions. And in fact, what we do see online, and and other places that there are small number of physicians who are advertising medical exemptions. That Senator Richard pan who pushed for the two thousand fifteen law that ended personal belief waivers. Most parents who are concerned about vaccines. Unfortunately, have been said a lot of misinformation that's increased during Zaidi belt vaccines, and so they're misinform. He adds the doctors who are writing the false waivers should be held accountable. Mike blunt, NewsRadio KF PK measles was almost radical from the United States twenty years ago. But it's surging again in Washington state and health officials say the anti vaccination movement is partially to blame the governor of Washington declared a state of emergency last week due to the climbing number of measles cases, and state health managers in Portland, Oregon. Are concerned about dozens of possible exposure locations from thirty five people who've turned up with measles before the vaccine four to five hundred people a year died of the measles in the United States right now. It's.

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Colorado joins lawsuit to block Trump administration from asking citizenship question on 2020 census

02:26 min | 3 years ago

Colorado joins lawsuit to block Trump administration from asking citizenship question on 2020 census

"In arizona's history as tens of thousands of education's marched on the state capital for npr news i'm casey coon in phoenix later today president trump welcomes the nation's teachers of the year to the white house for a reception a coroner's investigation into the shooting death of stefan clark in sacramento says an independent autopsy provided to clark's family has significant errors clark was killed by police while holding a cell phone and standing in his grandmother's backyard bob moffitt of capital public radio reports from sacramento sacramento county pathologist determined more than half of the entry wounds were to the side or front of clark's body in the majority were not to his back dr bennett amal who had claimed sacramento police sergeant vans chandler says the department doesn't typically release coroner's reports we know how significant this incident is in our community and we are committed to of being transparent the autopsy also found seven bullet wounds not aid as a mall claimed community activists berry axiom says the outcome is the same what do we shot twenty seven times eight times you should've got shot the toxicology report shows clark had alcohol codeine hydrocare donen xanax in his system officers shot clark after responding to reports vandalism for npr news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento you're listening to npr news from washington a large group of migrants continues to wait and tijuana mexico at the us border they wrote north through mexico in a caravan intending to seek asylum they say they're fleeing political and gang violence in their central american countries they have infuriated president trump who has tweeted angrily about them the state of colorado in three cities are joining one of the lawsuits trying to remove a citizenship questioned from the twenty twenty senses npr's hansie lo wong reports the census bureau is currently facing four separate lawsuits over the controversial question the largest lawsuit against the citizenship question is led by new york state besides colorado it now includes pittsburgh columbus ohio and central falls island where the government is currently conducting a test run of the two thousand twenty cents is this citizenship question was added to the census form by commerce secretary wilbur ross he oversees the census and approved requests for the question from the justice department which says a needs a better count of us citizens to enforce the voting rights act but critics say asking about citizenship could discourage noncitizens from participating in.

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Officers who shot Stephon Clark back on duty; brother speaks from jail

01:47 min | 3 years ago

Officers who shot Stephon Clark back on duty; brother speaks from jail

"It's the california report in just about half a minute after joe mcconnell and your traffic north to idiots stevens creek is our latest problem it's a hit and run crash in the middle of the slow traffic that extends northbound two eighty well behind that at the end of the crash it's backed up traffic still through san jose north eight eightieth whipple entertains collision there with a big rig in a car on the shoulder southbound eight eighty recovering from an earlier crash near a street still pretty slow from san leandro and i'm joe mcconnell for cake thanks joe his report at eight fifty one brought to you by positive coaching alliance good morning this is the california report i'm penny nelson the brother of an unarmed black man shot and killed by sacramento police last month has been arrested on felony charges and is being held without bail capital public radio's bob moffitt reports that the arrest comes as protests over stefan clark's death continue devante clark was booked the sacramento county jail on felony charges of making criminal threats assault and vandalism sacked pd sergeant vance chandler says clark has made numerous nine one one calls in recent days he has been calling our dispatch center and while investigating the all that how we discovered that these crimes were committed the arrest came at about the same time a group of eighty people delivered one hundred thousand signatures collected online to the local district attorney's office they demand she charged the officers who killed stefan clark the sacramento district attorney says it could be a year before the investigation is complete that's capital public radio's bob moffitt now onto labor issues after more than a year of failed contract talks members of the university of california's largest employees union says they are ready to strike sarah hosseini reports members of afs me thirty to nine.

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Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges

"Trend apprentice who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome officials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of francis cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why someone should be held accountable for the fence on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollars settlement with the federal government overcharges armstrong to friday the us postal service which sponsored his cycle team armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr news i'm tara siler the brother of an unarmed black man who has shot and killed by sacramento police last month has been arrested on felony charges and is being held without bail capital public radio's bob moffitt reports the arrest comes as protests over stefan clark's death continue devante clark was booked into the sacramento county jail on felony charges of making criminal threats assault and vandalism pd sergeant vance chandler says clark has made numerous nine one one calls in recent days he has been calling our dispatch center and while in bed estimating that all that how we discovered that these crimes were committed the arrest came at about the same time a group of eighty people delivered one hundred thousand signatures collected online to the local district attorney's office they demand she charged the officers who killed stefan clark sacramento district attorney says it could be a year before the investigation is complete for news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento state officials are that the trump administration will pay for california national guard troops to be ployed to the southern border and elsewhere late yesterday governor jerry brown agreed to deploy four hundred guard members to the border and other parts of the state to combat drugs gangs and gun running but not immigration enforcement trump tweeted this morning that brown's deployment will and his words do nothing and the federal government will not pay but this afternoon the california national guard said it received written confirmation from the pentagon that it will fund the deployment and that nothing has.

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Korean Air suspends 'nut rage' sister from work over tantrum

Hugh Hewitt

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Korean Air suspends 'nut rage' sister from work over tantrum

"That a starbucks watched a personally apologized to black matte arrested in one of the company's stores last week starbucks ceo kevin johnson says he's seen the video it's very hard to watch and he's in philadelphia to apologize face to face to the two men who were arrested thursday and i'd like to have a dialogue with them and the opportunity to listen to them with compassion and empathy for the experience they went through johnson says employees need to be trained to recognize unconscious racial bias and starbucks guidelines on when it's appropriate to call police need to be clarified this wasn't one of those times he says i'm warren levinson sacramento police have released fifty four new video and audio clips related to the fatal shooting on our black man the monday video release includes dashboard and body camera footage from responding officers after the march shooting up stefan clark breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com era suspended ceo younger daughter while police investigate reports she threw water at an advertising executive of the meeting in south korea a question whether the members of one of the country's big business families have a problem with anger management the suspended korean air line vice president show men as the younger sister of another korean airlines executive who was jailed in the socalled nut rage scandal choke you and i once ordered a plane full of passengers back to a boarding gate because she didn't approve of the weight nuts were served to her in first class the younger ms show has apologized for being foolish but has denied throwing water in a meeting though she has admitted to shoving an advertising agency manager it's the bbc celia toyota says it will start equipping models with technology to talk to.

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Youth baseball league in Ohio raffling off AR-15, other guns for fundraiser

WDRC

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Youth baseball league in Ohio raffling off AR-15, other guns for fundraiser

"A jury deadlock last year colonel scott fox news wasn't three weeks of sacramento police officer shot and killed an unarmed black man there's no sign the community's anger is waiting that spilled over into the city council meeting tuesday night your officers murdered stefan in cold blood your officers let him bleed out twenty two people have been killed by sacremento area law enforcement the last three years many of them armed most definitely disproportionately black trina allen stefan clark's family calling for tougher restrictions on what officers should be allowed to fire their gods recent shootings and gun protests notwithstanding and ohio youth baseball league is raffling off at a are they are fifteen semi automatic rifle and several other guns for a fundraising event the east canton youth baseball association's raffled will include a bolt action hunting rifle a twelve gauge shotgun and a handgun it's the fifth year the league is held a gun raffle to reduce player registration fees the league's president says these are not required to sell raffle tickets if they disagree with the ravel prince philip admitted to a hospital in london for hips kurt surgery scheduled for the morning buckingham palace says the ninety six year old prince has been largely.

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California, Stefan Clark and Oakland discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

California, Stefan Clark and Oakland discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I don't know what it was what do you call it building a house i don't know it wasn't tapie topic but anyway so so today he's gonna come in and try to do it again we're going to give him another chance at another game today we're gonna spend the wheel into it just regular regular spin the wheel he he messed it up yesterday actually gonna have lots of top it's not just one today we'll see he hasn't wield the wheel in into that in a minute also the news it was getting into the headlines what would he have going on samantha all right protests and sacramento california over the shooting of stefan clark continue at the same time pro protests in oakland have reignited over the shooting of salim tyndall back in january so because of these events new legislation is being drafted in sacramento to increase transparency investigations of officers officer involved shootings don't look at your 401k today stocks tumbled yesterday at china raised after china's import duties on several us exports this was in retaliation to raise duties on steel and aluminum imports from china china so cording to some this brings us closer to a full on trade conflict so if i were you maybe just don't look at your investments today it's still leveling out congratulations to villanova michigan basketball yesterday such great news this marks their second win in three years and their third time in villanova history the final score was seventy nine to sixty two all right and this one hurt my heart as i'm sure it did many of you winnie mandela former wife of nelson mandela he's fully passed away yesterday at the age of eightyone surrounded by her family and loved ones the south african mother of the nation and her former husband were a symbol of the country's antiapartheid struggle for three decades.

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California lawmakers propose legislation restricting when officers can open fire

America's Morning News

02:12 min | 3 years ago

California lawmakers propose legislation restricting when officers can open fire

"The hour the ceo of facebook is defending its advertising supporting business model mark zuckerberg's defense comes after apple ceo tim cook said his company would it be in facebook situation because apple doesn't sell ads based on customer data the way facebook does zuckerberg responded monday that an advertising supported business model is the only way the service survived because not everybody would be able to pay for facebook if it charged for a fee video released monday that was taken by a dashboard camera inside of a sheriff's vehicle shows it hitting a protester and driving away it's the latest flashpoint following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in sacramento the law enforcement official behind the wheel likely didn't know he hit somebody that according to sheriff scott jones who said at a news actually hadn't spoken to the driver yet and the name of the driver was not released the sheriff's department said the woman who was hit had minor injuries the california highway patrol is investigating meanwhile several state lawmakers in the family of the twenty two year old unarmed black man who was fatally shot are proposing that california become the first state to significantly restrict when officers can open fire the proposed legislation change the current reasonable force rule to a necessary for standard that means officers would be allowed to shoot only if there were quote no other reasonable alternatives to the use of deadly force to prevent imminent serious injury or death now the proposal comes after the officers chased stefan clark was suspected of breaking cars into his grandparents backyard they say shot at him because they thought he had a gun but investigators found a cell phone a mexican father arrested by immigration officials after dropping off his daughter at daycare has been released from tension center he'll be allowed or remain in the us after a judge ruled he could face persecution if he returns to mexico for nando korea walked out of a us immigration office in san francisco monday he hugged his wife and daughter as he was surrounded by dozens of supporters i'm extremely happy thankful for all the people my family god.

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It’s Tim Cook vs Mark Zuckerberg

America's Morning News

02:10 min | 3 years ago

It’s Tim Cook vs Mark Zuckerberg

"The hour the ceo of facebook is defending its advertising supporting business model mark zuckerberg's defense comes after apple ceo tim cook said his company would it be in facebook situation because apple doesn't sell ads based on customer data the way facebook does zuckerberg responded monday that an advertising supported business model is the only way the service could survive because not everybody would be able to pay for facebook if it charged for a fee well video released monday that was taken by dashboard camera inside of a sheriff's vehicle shows it hitting a protester and driving away it's the latest flashpoint following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in sacramento the law enforcement official behind the wheel likely didn't know he hit somebody that according to sheriff scott jones who said at a news i actually hadn't spoken to the driver yet and the name of the driver was not released the sheriff's department said the woman who was hit had minor injuries the california highway patrol is investigating meanwhile several state lawmakers in the family of the twenty two year old unarmed black man who was fatally shot are proposing that california become the first state to significantly restrict when officers can open fire they proposed legislation would change the current reasonable force rule to a necessary for standard that means officers would be allowed to shoot only if there were quote no other reasonable turn it gives to the use of deadly force to prevent imminent serious injury or death now the proposal comes after the officers chased stefan clark was suspected of breaking cars into his grandparents backyard they say shot at him because they thought he had a gun but investigators only found a cell phone a mexican father arrested by immigration officials after dropping off his daughter at daycare has been released from detention center he'll be allowed or remain in the us after a judge ruled he could face persecution if he returns to mexico fernando correa walked out of a us immigration office in san francisco monday he hugged his wife and daughter as he was surrounded by dozens of supporters i'm extremely happy thankful for all the people my family god.

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Bernie Sanders explains opposition to Syria strike

Mo'Kelly

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Bernie Sanders explains opposition to Syria strike

"Reiterated calls for charges against the two officers who are on administrative leave a sheriff's department suv is hit a protester in sacramento video shows against her during a vigil for an unarmed black man who was shot by police oh my gosh a video was recorded by a member of the national lawyers guild monitoring the protests in support of stefan clark the sacramento county sheriff's department vehicle apparently left the scene the woman hurt was released from the hospital with bruises on her arm and head chinese space authorities say the tian dongwon space lab has mostly burned up reentering the earth's atmosphere and the central south pacific any debris that did not burn up is expected to have landed in the water vermont independent senator bernie sanders says the united states should stay away from the civil war in syria we absolutely do not want to get involved in this terrible civil war in syria which is so destructive the stabilizing for the entire region sanders also doesn't want to see american troops getting stuck in a never ending brutal civil war in syria if the us is going to get involved in a war sanders says it should not be up to the president to make that decision traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic enter crashed in sherman oaks on the one oh one originally came in as a problem on the one zero one southbound their advani's boulevard but as far as a crash not so much a crash but a pillow in lanes now the people are dodging so watch out for that we are getting word of a problem though in the north end of the valley it's the one seventy one seventy freeway northbound roscoe boulevard apparently there was a crash there being investigated and it's beneficially called the alert that's going to have lanes closed for about thirty minutes or so and a don't forget in costa mesa we have a big problem the seventy three northbound at the four oh five getting word that it may have been a fatal crash being investigated their.

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Delhi, Martin Luther King and La Toma discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:21 min | 4 years ago

Delhi, Martin Luther King and La Toma discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"He's driving a car when it rolled over on four ninety five north last night also injuring a passenger a nineteen year old woman from who boston police are investigating two deadly shootings in dorchester a man was shot and killed friday on quincy street another killed yesterday on evans street wbz news time three nineteen there are conflicting accounts of the protests are being hit by a sheriff deputies suv in sacramento california last night jeffrey shaab reports it happened at a demonstration over the police shooting death of stefan clark witness told cbs tv station koa vr that he saw two sheriffs vehicles make their way through the crowd at a rapid speed struck her violently with county sheriff's department issued a statement saying that the two marked vehicles were traveling at a low rate of speed and that prior to the collision protesters had begun yelling and pounding and kicking the sheriff's vehicles cleveland told a local newspaper that the sheriff's kept getting never stopped and that it was a hit and run the california highway patrol is formerly investigating the incident the woman who was hit was treated for bruises to her upper body and head in new hampshire six people including three kids are in the hospital after being overcome by carbon monoxide in their home two of the adults are in serious condition one of the victims woke up at five am to a co alarm going off state trooper call to the home in thornton new hampshire found a fifty year old woman who had collapsed and others suffering from co symptoms than hampshire fire marshall is investigating wbz news time three twenty one sounds of the aftermath of the four story hotel collapsed in central india at least ten people have been killed the hotel is located in a city about five hundred sixty miles south of new delhi crowds is searching through the debris for survivors police are blowing whistles to clear a path for those carrying injured people away on stretchers wbz news time three twenty one seven police officers have been killed in a mexican prison riot officers entered the la toma prison today to restore order and move some dangerous inmates prisoners apparently sets mattresses on fire the smoke may have killed the officers investigators are trying to piece together what happened it's a painful chapter in american history and it's being remembered this week wednesday will mark fifty years since civil rights leader martin luther king was assassinated in.

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Independent Autopsy Finds 8 Bullets Hit Stephon Clark, Most In Back

24 Hour News

03:00 min | 4 years ago

Independent Autopsy Finds 8 Bullets Hit Stephon Clark, Most In Back

"January this is ap radio news a new survey shows that age does make a difference in how americans view president trump the numbers in the poll from the ap anna warsi center for public affairs research and mtv are stark sixty percent of young people survey described the president as mentally unfit sixty two percent say generally dishonest and sixty three percent call him a racist the survey shows americans between fifteen and thirty four are much more concerned about the president's job performance than older people just thirty three percent of the new survey approve nine points lower than adults pulled this month fifty four percent of younger americans say the president's being treated unfairly by the media saga megani washington actress stacey dash of clueless fame has ended her campaign for a congressional seat in southern california she's a conservative republican it is a democratic district jackie quinn ap radio news ap radio news i'm jacky quin new developments in two deadly police shootings against black men in sacramento a pathologist hired by the family of stefan clark says seven police bullets hit the unarmed man from the back each one of these bullets independently possessed a fatal capacity a lawyer says that contradicts the police claimed that clark was advancing toward them in baton rouge the police chief fires the officer who shot and killed alton brown after alton sterling that is after a struggle two years ago he's also asking members of the community to cooperate please stop resisting stop running when the police officer gives you direction listen there was a moment of silence at the kentucky state capital for the police officer shot and killed by a suspect who stopped him in a car the suspect was fatally shot by thirties in tennessee a british member of the group the islamic state believed to be involved in the cell that held and then beheaded western hostages says those killings weren't necessary alexander ayman cody spoke with the associated press something that could have been avoided on both parties both sides nice from my position i didn't see any benefit it was something that was regrettable he was captured in syria and hoping to be tried in britain but the parents of american hostages want him to be tried in the united states a judicial official says the fatherinlaw of pippa middleton is under investigation for the alleged rape of a minor the mega millions jackpot for tonight five hundred twenty one million dollars no one has won since.

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