18 Burst results for "Stefan Clarke"

"stefan clarke" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Actual abuse there's also new evidence ever regularities at the Manhattan jail were abstain was held before his suicide CBS's bill Rakoff says its lead to more changes Attorney General William Barr supporting doctor Kathleen hawks sire to lead the bureau of prisons a job she held previously in the Clinton and George W. bush administration's bar will also appoint doctor Thomas Kean is deputy director of the bureau the Attorney General said to be livid over abstain suicide in the circumstances surrounding it the warden of that New York City jail was temporarily reassigned several staffers were placed on leave following abstains death bill Rakoff CBS news Washington CBS news has learned abstain did sign a new will two days before he died Planned Parenthood says it'll fight a new trump administration gag rule policy it bars the organization from referring patients for abortions for now Planned Parenthood acting president Alexis McGill Johnson says they're forced to withdraw from the federal funding program we believe that the trump administration is doing that as an attack on reproductive healthcare if you keep providers like Planned Parenthood from serving our patients the el Paso shooting suspect is now on suicide watch officials with the county sheriff's office say the decision was made by the medical staff but they don't explain why Patrick crucis was placed under watch he's accused of killing twenty two people and injuring dozens earlier this month California has a brand new laws setting the toughest standards in the country but when police officers can pull the trigger governor Gavin Newsom signing Stefan Clarke's law and I hope that we can reduce the number of lives lost and we can begin to build trust and he'll I am honored now to sign this legislation twenty two year old Stefan Clark who was black was unarmed carrying a cell phone when officers fired on him twenty times and his grandparents yard in Sacramento president trump has nicknamed her Pocahontas Elizabeth Warren has offered her first public apology to native Americans or past claims of tribal heritage the democratic presidential hopefuls speaking in Sioux city Iowa.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"The snow the snow is not letting me get away from anything else and if you want to call them it's eight four four six oh four to five seven five eight four four six oh four to five seven five there's another story that has been bubbling up actually there's a couple of stories today there's there's this group of students from marjory douglas stomas marjory stoneman douglas high school that are all african american that held a press conference that are very very ticked that they were talking about gun violence for a long time prior to david hogg and his fab five is now being referred to and like nobody's paid any attention but part of the problem with that group is they're saying that the the police have the guns and so that's the problem see i i wondered about that over the weekend because the left tells us all the time only the police should have guns the left tells all the time only military should have guns but then the left says the military are baby killers and police are racists so they won't want those guys to have the guns but they're racist and baby killers i don't i don't get now look i'm sad about the shooting in sacramento but there are lessons to learn out of all this right i mean if the police tell you to stop running do what my friend dr bernard told his son years ago obey the police if they pull you over put your hands on the steering wheel and say yes sir when they come to your window don't run away from them and then don't flash things at them i'm not saying that stefan clarke should have been shot because he was holding a phone he shouldn't have been it's a tragic tragic loss of life and it's wrong but don't run away from them and don't don't point things at them that's just dumb but who can who can have the guns if the police can't have them in the military can have them but those are the only ones you say should have them how are we supposed to defend ourselves in this day and age i've just curious dropped me no let me know kabc radio gmailcom balance of nature's fruits and veggies i'm mark gastineau i played.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on WRVA

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

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

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

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on WJR 760

"Dealing with millions of context everyday sober period of several weeks several months literally there's hundreds of millions or billions of contacts between law enforcement every year and citizens ninety nine point nine nine nine percent nothing happens nothing goes wrong it is a rarity to have interaction between a police officer and a citizen or non citizen that goes scans or right very unusual extremely rare but to watch the media coverage of these events involving stefan clark you would think that happened almost on a regular daily basis it is a common thing let me say loud and proud police are not targeting and killing black men that is provable true it doesn't happen in reality you're more likely to be shot by a black police officer than a white police officer and someone must assume that the black police officer shooting an african american does not act in a racist fashion when you agree so what we're dealing what we're dealing with here is media coverage of infrequent events that crate in the minds of managed the idea that this is regular when it is not true it is provable false police are not targeting black men for execution or killing despite what i hear from sacramento from baton rouge from dallas from ferguson to baltimore it is an extremely rare event for anyone interacting with a coptic to shot extremely rare ninety nine ninety nine point nine nine take the nines as far as the i can see with all the extremely rare but that's not what the media tells us the american people in this event with stefan clark it appears likely that he was breaking into cars and that someone saw somebody will like a crowbar type device and they hit nine one one reported that someone was breaking into cars to police officer show up in sacramento two weeks ago today one black one white according to media accounts and what they perceived was not reality which happens all the time in inner human relations happens all the time that is i perceive one thing but the reality is something else in this case they perceived wrongfully that stefan clarke had a gun in his hand and the officer received that objectively because he yelled which is on the tape gun gun gun so he perceived that stefan clarke had a gun when reality it was a cell phone now when that happens the law indicates that that is not an unjustified shooting that is not a.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"They perceived was not reality which happens all the time in human relations happens all the time that is i perceive one thing but the reality is something else in this case they perceived wrongfully that stefan clarke had a gun in his hand and the officer received that objectively because he yelled which is on the tape gun gun gun so he perceived that stefan clarke had a gun in reality it was a cell phone now when that happens the law indicates that that is not an unjustified shooting that is not a murder edsa killing but it's not a murder but that doesn't stop the activists in protesting like crazy in calling this again a murder in sacramento again in american city completely run by democrats must like baton rouge much like ferguson much like dallas much like new york city completely the democrats are in charge of hiring training and retaining all police officers and most of these areas controlled by democrats so instead of reporting the truth about what happens the mainstream media do commit these lies that clearly indicate that somehow police disproportionately kill africanamericans which objectively they do not may i continue just doing my tv show in twenty twenty fourteen in new york city and two cops remembered in new york city in two thousand fourteen ramos and liu and they were murdered by an individual who was part of some black liberation movement officers rambo lou simply sitting in their.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The recipient of not one but two chris teaches marconi awards for his broadcast excellence the one and only bill cunningham begins every day there was about seven hundred and fifty thousand cops had on top of that about three hundred thousand corrections officers were dealing with millions of context everyday sober period of several weeks several months literally there's hundreds of millions or billions of contacts between law enforcement every year and citizens ninety nine point nine nine nine percent nothing happens nothing goes wrong it is a rarity to have interaction between a police officer and a citizen or non citizen that goes askance or right very unusual extremely rare but to watch the media coverage of these events involving stefan clark you would think that happened almost on a regular daily basis it is a common thing let me say loud and proud police are not targeting and killing black men that is provable true it doesn't happen in reality you're more likely to be shot by a black police officer than a white police officer and someone must assume that the black police officer shooting an africanamerican does not act in a racist fashion when you agree so what we're deal what we're dealing with here is media coverage of infrequent events that crate in the minds of many the idea that this is regular when it is not true it is provable false police are not targeting black men for execution or killing despite what i hear from sacramento from baton rouge from dallas from ferguson to baltimore it is an extremely rare event for anyone interacting with the coptic at shot extremely rare ninety nine ninety nine point nine nine take the nights as far as the i can see with all the extremely rare but that's not what the media tells us the american people in this event with stefan clark it appears likely that he was breaking into cars and that someone saw somebody will like a crowbar type device and they hit nine one one and reported that someone was breaking into cars to police officers show up in sacramento two weeks ago today one black one white according to media accounts and what they perceived was not reality which happens all the time in human relations happens all the time that is i perceive one thing but the reality is something else in this case they perceived wrongfully stefan clarke had a gun in his hand and the officer.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Is in response to a deadly florida's school shooting democrats are renewing their efforts for tighter gun controls that's why people marched because they know that the resistance to change the small minority stopping us from marching towards safety they are on the wrong sides of history new jersey senator corey booker in the democratic weekly address earlier this month the department of justice move to ban bump stocks devices that allow rifles to mimic machine guns police in sacramento maintain they thought stefan clarke had a gun when they shot and killed him earlier this month in his grandmother's backyard turns out he had a cell phone an independent autopsy has determined that clark was shot eight times with six of the bullets hitting his back protesters taking to the streets again last night the demonstrations mostly peaceful a police officer in baton rouge is vowing to fight to clear his name he's been fired after body camera footage showed him cursing at and threatening alton sterling before sterling was shot and killed back in two thousand sixteen that officer and another were not criminally charged israel says it's ready to expand its response in gaza if violence continues yesterday palestinian health officials said fifteen palestinians were killed during clashes with his forces protest organizers say mass marches will continue until may fifteenth the seventieth anniversary of israel's creation relationship between the palestinians and the israelis and light of president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel is at an all time low right now fox's conor powell fox news.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on WGTK

"Seventeen seventy six the la times piece i think is trying to be reasonable and fair it's by nicole santa cruz and page saint john and it says at the beginning of the peace stefan clark has become a social media hashtag the latest inspiration for a national movement and the subject of numerous protests that have shut down freeways and interrupted nba games you also saw that one of his brothers appeared at the city council disrupted city council meeting and just jump to the front and sat down on the desk in front of the city council meeting just shouting stefan clark stefan clark's define clark the image of the handsome twenty two year old african american man wearing a broad smile next to his young sons in their mother in a formal family photo has become a rallying cry for justice but in the two weeks since twenty shots were fired at clark in the backyard of his grandmother's house by sacramento police searching for a burglary suspect only fragments of clark's life of surfaced but the los angeles times does report this clark's family has mostly shunned the media spotlight following his death providing scanty tales about clark's life before his killing he was the father of two boys ages one and three not married to the mother friends and family life have described him as fun loving devoted to his family he loved football video games he loves shoes and he was trying to turn his life around turn his life around from what clark endured personal tragedy within his family is sister died at birth a sixteen year old brother was killed in a shooting in two thousand six what kind of shooting a representative with a county coroner said clark's brother demarcus mckinney died from what was ruled an accidental shotgun wound to the abdomen and stefan clarke had a criminal history he had four cases in four years minor stuff well robbery pimping and domestic abuse sacramento county court file show that he pleaded no contest to reduce charges he spent some time on a sheriff's work detail and he was on probation for that two thousand fourteen robbery when he was killed he was twenty two years old and for criminal cases in four years between the ages of eighteen and twenty two with two kids to take care of what what is unclear here is how he helped take care of.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on AP News

"Tuesday on abc more than two decades after the original ended its hit run and tuesday show was a ratings blockbuster eighteen point four million viewers watched the show i'm rita foley ap radio news ap radio news i'm rita foley lane they'll be a funeral later today for twenty two year old stefan clark the unarmed black man shot dead by police in sacramento last week protesters are calling for an investigation police responding to a report about someone breaking car windows say they thought stefan clarke had a gun when they shot him meanwhile the nba sacramento kings are warning they'll be heavy security tonight's game to prevent protestors from blocking the entrance to the arena as they have done for two previous games president trump has dumped another member of his administration veterans affairs secretary david schulkin has been fired by president trump schulkin has been in hot water since his department's inspector general released a report last month criticizing attend a european trip the secretary took with his wife and top staffers last summer he also faced a growing rebellion within the ranks at the huge department trump tweeted that he is nominated white house physician admiral ronnie jackson to replace schulkin trump says robert wilkie and undersecretary at the defense department will serve as acting va secretary until jackson is confirmed tim mcguire washington one of president trump's attorney is reportedly floated the idea of pardoning two of the president's former advisers caught up in the russia investigation attorney john dowd who recently resigned from the president's legal team denies having those conversations a historic meeting planned for april twentyseventh the leaders of north and south korea will meet in a border village there are few details about this though many around the world or hoping this will be a step toward resolving the tension over the north's nuclear program a just released government study finds that more and more american schools have armed security officers now than a decade ago this is ap radio news.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm rita foley they'll be a funeral later today for twenty two year old stefan clark the unarmed black man shot dead by police in sacramento last week protesters are calling for an investigation police responding to a report about someone breaking car windows say they thought stefan clarke had a gun when they shot him meanwhile the nba sacramento kings are warning they'll be heavy security tonight's game to prevent protestors from blocking the entrance to the arena as they have done for two previous games president trump has dumped another member of his administration veterans affairs secretary david schulkin has been fired by president trump schulkin has been hot water since his department's inspector general released a report last month criticizing attend a european trip to secretary took with his wife and top staffers last summer he also faced a growing rebellion within the ranks at the huge department trump tweeted that he is nominated white house physician admiral ronnie jackson to replace schulkin trump says robert wilkie and under secretary at the defense department will serve as acting secretary until jackson is confirmed tim mcguire washington one of president trump's attorney ernie's reportedly floated the idea of pardoning two of the president's former advisers caught up in the russia investigation attorney john dowd who recently resigned from the president's legal team denies having those conversations a historic meeting planned for april twentyseventh the leaders of north and south korea will meet in a border village there are few details about this though many around the world or hoping this will be a step toward resolving the tension over the north's nuclear program a just released government study finds that more and more american schools have armed security officers now than a decade ago this is ap radio news.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Listen to every day the michael medved show thirty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show i have an answer to a question that i had post on the air before they have released the information that the police had been given about the suspect they were looking for and nothing in the information said the suspect was black they did not know that he was black they knew he was six foot one inch individual who had been seen hiding or fleeing into backyards that was the suspect they were looking for and by the way stefan clarke had been released from jail a just a little bit less than a month before his shooting that doesn't mean he deserved to be shot but what it does mean is that the some of the hysteria regarding his particular shooting needs to be placed in a in context meanwhile the sacramento bee has identified the two officers involved even though the sacramento police department has not yet identified them they are apparently off sir terence mirka doll and officer jared robin it mercantile is black the officer he is a native of elk grove california which is right in the area of sacramento he graduated from laguna creek high school in two thousand and three he's a patrol officer in the neighborhood where clark was killed he's worked in sacramento since two thousand fifteen after previously working for the olive branch police department missouri robin aunt apparently a white officer it doesn't say here but he has been with the police department since two thousand fourteen those those bits of information it seems to me should at least argue against the idea that this shooting was all about race in the middle of the night in other words it is it really possible in a dark backyard in that situation to recognize and then compute and then to react accordingly whether about a suspect who's race you do not know to understand that is that what people think is that because he was a black male that the officer somehow wanted to put him down i can assure you that for both officers the black officer in the white officer the shooting of stefan clark is probably the worst thing that ever happened to them this is not something that anyone in law enforcement ever wants to see whether the the victim is white or black.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The kids that organize the march will not be silent victims of gun violence the marches are put together by the students at survived the deadly massacre at marjory stoneman douglas high in florida in california the heartbroken family of an unarmed man shot and killed by police they're speaking out tonight demanding justice video shot from a police helicopter captures the man running away when the officers on the ground opened fire danielle nottingham reports justice the grandmother of stefan clarke had an emotional plea twenty two year old was unarmed when he was shot and killed in a police chase in sacramento more than a week ago the officers one white at one black opened fire believing clark was pointing a gun at them shot once but a black man holding a cell phone shot twenty times the police were responding to reports of a man breaking car windows they say clark was spotted shattering a neighbor's window minutes after the shooting both officers muted the audio of their body cameras both have been put on paid administrative leave a week of protests has followed in the wake of the deadly shooting players for both the sacramento kings and boston celtics unify during sunday's practice with a psa tragedies have to stop they dont warm up shirts calling for police accountability with the hashtag stefan clark danielle nottingham hawaii news now silence fire alarms and locked doors are being blamed for a deadly tragedy the mall in russia cell phone video captured the chaos has shoppers tried to escape.

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"stefan clarke" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clarke" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo seattle komo fm oakville what's happening now coming up on komo news former seahawk michael bennett in trouble with the law i'm charlie harder with the story now that more coming up after abc it's nine o'clock from abc news i'm todd ant the white house announced an update on president trump's call to ban transgender people from the military the trump administration's announced a policy that bans many transgender people from serving in the military releasing a statement saying people they history were diagnoses of gender dis fauria are disqualified for military service except under limited circumstances the white house citing a defense department report which was commissioned after the president called freight blanket ban on transgender troops last summer the memo rescinds that order the white house says the defense department study will enhance the military's readiness lee thallady and effectiveness brian clark abc news after threatening to veto a one point three trillion dollar spending bill president trump says he signed the measure averting a government shutdown telling white house reporters he had no choice because it contains major increases in military funding but delivered this warning congress i will never sign another bill like this again i'm not gonna do it again nobody read it it's only hours old to bill increases military spending by more than sixty billion dollars over last year trump has tweeted his displeasure over the bill because it does not fully fund a border wall or address protections for dhaka recipients and jeff sessions announced that doj is issuing a rule to ban bump stocks protests can genuine sacramento friday night after the release of body cam footage that shows police looking into reports if someone breaking into vehicles police apparently thought that twenty two year old stefan clarke had a firearm turned out to be an iphone to officers seen in the dash cam video or on paid administrative leave and officials are investigating the shooting a second day of big losses pushed stocks to their worst week in two years in fact stocks around the world have plunged of fear that a trade conflict between the us and china would escalate the dow lost four hundred and twenty five points this is abc news doors are being slammed in your.

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Trump moves to limit transgender individuals from military service

"Komo seattle komo fm oakville what's happening now coming up on komo news former seahawk michael bennett in trouble with the law i'm charlie harder with the story now that more coming up after abc it's nine o'clock from abc news i'm todd ant the white house announced an update on president trump's call to ban transgender people from the military the trump administration's announced a policy that bans many transgender people from serving in the military releasing a statement saying people they history were diagnoses of gender dis fauria are disqualified for military service except under limited circumstances the white house citing a defense department report which was commissioned after the president called freight blanket ban on transgender troops last summer the memo rescinds that order the white house says the defense department study will enhance the military's readiness lee thallady and effectiveness brian clark abc news after threatening to veto a one point three trillion dollar spending bill president trump says he signed the measure averting a government shutdown telling white house reporters he had no choice because it contains major increases in military funding but delivered this warning congress i will never sign another bill like this again i'm not gonna do it again nobody read it it's only hours old to bill increases military spending by more than sixty billion dollars over last year trump has tweeted his displeasure over the bill because it does not fully fund a border wall or address protections for dhaka recipients and jeff sessions announced that doj is issuing a rule to ban bump stocks protests can genuine sacramento friday night after the release of body cam footage that shows police looking into reports if someone breaking into vehicles police apparently thought that twenty two year old stefan clarke had a firearm turned out to be an iphone to officers seen in the dash cam video or on paid administrative leave and officials are investigating the shooting a second day of big losses pushed stocks to their worst week in two years in fact stocks around the world have plunged of fear that a trade conflict between the us and china would escalate the dow lost four hundred and twenty five points this is abc news doors are being slammed in your.

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"The lights stay on i'm lisa lacerra fox news he thought it was too big president trauma sign the spending bill that will keep the government open president trump looked at the twenty three hundred page omnibus spending bill called it ridiculous but in the end says funding increases for the military were too important to veto because of the incredible gains that we've been able to make the military that overrode any of our any of our thanking the president shocked lawmakers with a tweet this morning morning he was considering a veto of the spending bill that the senate passed early this morning still president trump says he will not sign another spending bill of this size and ask on washington forum with students from marjory stoneman douglas high school held in washington dc ahead of tomorrow's march for our lives and maddow is the editor of the school's newspaper she described with students for marjory stoneman douglas high school held in washington dc ahead of tomorrow's march for our lives emma dow is the editor of the school's newspaper she describes her experience tamra marshes will be held tomorrow all across the country in sacramento california protests erupting over the shooting of an unarmed black man started in a sense on sunday night when police got a nine one one call regarding a robbery in progress which led them to a neighborhood where a man was seen jumping over fences in the backyard police arrive they give chase they come around a corner then shoot the suspect falls dead it's dark when police confront the fences in the backyard police arrive they give chase they come around a corner then shoot the suspect falls dead it's dark when police confront the man they yell show us your gatien the officers are leaving the family they sue fox fox news fair and balanced they fire thinking this twenty two year old stefan clarke had a gun that turned out to be a cell phone so the shootings under investigation the officers are leaving the family they sue fox fox news fair and balanced every business needs great people then the better way to find something better than posting your job online and just praying for the right people to see it ziprecruiter knew there was a smarter way so they built a platform that finds.

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