17 Burst results for "Stephen Lawrence"
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"As the appeal approached. Simon hole was a model. Prisoner is category. Status was downgraded is officials believed. He presented less of a risk worked as a gardener and kept his head down. He was granted l'egalite and obtain the services of Michael Mansfield. Qc The law represented the family of Stephen Lawrence and played an instrumental role in overturning. The convictions of Barry George. It was acquitted of the murder of Jill. Dando along with the Birmingham. Six and guilt at four all high profile miscarriages of justice all and his legal team optimistic even posted on his campaign website. That quote the only possible verdict is not guilty if the verdict was found to be unsafe and a retrial was ordered the more than enough reasonable doubt in this case to achieve it. He right the holes conviction had been referred to the Court of Appeal in October. Two thousand nine along with his supporters. He would have to wait fourteen months until his hearing began at the Royal Courts of justice scheduled for December seventh. The hearing would last three days and the defense team plan to present new evidence the spokesman for the CRC said the Commission believes that new forensic evidence is capable of undermining key forensic evidence presented at the trial and therefore raises the real possibility that the court would quash the murder conviction. We did have concerns. It took us a lot of evidence actually pointing away from him. The trouble was this. Five evidence was so strong in the jury's mind once the fiber evidence had gone then clearly what you're left with with the nagging doubt about the safety of conviction that started the court of Appeal.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Too thanks are you doing TV for me yeah be funny that were here but in the world in addition if you come to this site but what are the no not the block party the back to school that you're actually position right outside the original front door WGM which nobody uses anymore I don't know if that's a good thing or bad thing nice piece of trivia yeah and the reason is is because of the incident right we have all done because all right so I I always ask you this I got to get something cool this weekend I'm wall or rolling into one erase hard research any of her respect what is the coolest thing in the store okay this is Stephen Lawrence and still in summer we now carry these L. ET solar powered tiki torches stay with me they they have that had like a little piece of floors but it is sole realistic looking I've sent a couple of these up in our backyard that when you look at it you say I got to go out and pull those out look like real flames and once they get powered by the sun no one for ten hours so if you're super liquor it up in your band over blowing them out for a few hours that's what somebody remind you they're not a right right no amazing how much they're fourteen ninety nine I'll give you thirty how many would that make sense like which align your sidewalk with them or what and I think that might be a little much a lot of times with those kinds of things people go crazy if you haven't like the way we have a we have to flower pots that are on either side of the walkway and a second right in the center of the flower okay so they just a couple of it they look great accent lighting yeah that are they as bright as the regular teachers like the real flame it's more of an accent Gee it's not it's not anything like I read a book by but it literally looks like a flame okay it looks like that I like that beautiful so romantic when you're going to love the marriage you know good for a protest March this will be good for you go all they care about the environment yeah yeah I got it said did not see that really friendly and for a proto testers burn all right for coming over today we've got two three number two pencils racer and a protractor so congratulations a compass but we thought you might run with it I was always good geometry though which went into the whole being a builder thanks also sort of work yeah yeah the real compass with the pointy thing right into your friend yeah Brittany I.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Support comes in who is the head of the match which that and we were talking about the death of this young man stephen lawrence and khandan sitting as smooth as butter and saying we see there's a wall of silence we can't get them yes the five thugs and it could always seven decor is about to explode because because bright red and start scratching and he said how say that we found him in about five minutes we know where they are khandan winton single this stuff and we let it was not successful lunch and i didn't know what was going to happen next and the next thing was that headline mergers and that was a very brave thing to show was going to say i agree with that but i think it was terrific because after they could've sued at one and he stood up but he's he's campaigns are quite random for instance remember bad yes he took up the the idea the mo vaccines core are really damaging as a result as a result of his campaign when owner on despite all the scientific evidence large numbers of parents stopped vaccinating their children there was a measles epidemic we still haven't recovered what what is win brexit that'd be pretty what about brexit i think he's he's he's a taxi wasn't just during the campaign which was.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Because she lied and basically she did get fired i wonder if she's kidding kidding another hr job though she got fired two months after her big promotion and big raise when somebody realized that she had lied and then she got arrested for fraud okay well she's also stolen the women's social security number and last month the judge since her to ten years in prison sounds like she's gonna do well there because she can adjust to any situation at least three other companies have now come forward and said that she pulled similar stunts with them and now she could face an additional ten years in prison as well so don't impersonate a and most of these companies said that she did a really good job yeah great employees and their sad that she has to spend twenty years in prison now the waiver to get out because she's got employment right away just been herself apparently and she would have done great at life this next laser story is out of ontario canada a few months ago a forty three year old guy named stephen lawrence was doing some heavy drinking with a friend and ended up blacking out so he texted his friend the next morning because he didn't remember how he got home and he said he hoped he wasn't a quote super jerk last night well unfortunately he was a super jerk turns out he was so drunk that he attacked his friend for no reason and bit a huge chunk of his ear off that's that can you even blame that on being that the friend put the air on ice and went to the hospital where they sewed it back on but then it fell off a few days later acting is on accept his apology if you're missing an ear here yet we probably not talking to a good year so he ended up with a big chunk of his ear missing and because of the incident stephen was just sentenced to nine months in jail for aggravated assault okay so he press friends anymore on maybe they could have mended things but when you have to look in the mirror everyday and have your ears gone you're not gonna be friends with that person of those stories was like i stopped drinking win when i put my ear off and had to go to jail this next laser story is out of key largo florida thirtythreeyearold phil henderson was enjoying his day.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on SRSLY
"Is like the the fruits of that marriage will one day sit on the throne of england bob la whereas this one it's like how is ready six in line to the throne yeah when george in charlotte grow up and have children of their own he'll be like twentieth yeah it that children will be like fortieth nine it doesn't you know no it's not of a crucial political thing tool and i'm pretty sure i remember when i was young prince edward prince charles's younger brother got married and it was known tv or anything it was just an ounce in the papers next day like they got married copy his photo so i'm pretty sure they could have done that if he wanted i thought it was nice i think you know you inevitably it's a trade off isn't it because if they'd had it if they'd done a much more private thing i'm sure in a lot of ways they would have enjoyed it more i think yeah it's just for also hey it's just i i one thing i love is that the the coverage of the royal wedding is so weird and on the bbc they have like dumb leary chatting will these random people like joe elvin one minute and then like people from the stephen lawrence trust the next and it's kind of bizarre like mix of tones when you're watching it i want my watching this assay strange but then when the ceremony actually started they just show you the ceremony and i very occasionally is a hugh edwards is he i think he's a while yet hip he would like do a little a little thing like a now meghan will proceed from the quiet into the nave.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That takes the deal is off the street and keeps them up well i i would agree with you that that we need tougher laws particularly at this time for drug dealers but for a judge at this point to give a admitted drug dealer a heroin dealer a two years probation he should be he should absolutely resign that is not even a sloppy and it's ridiculous it is just you know i don't know how he can sleep at night well i'm sure he's probably snuggled in his bed up in marblehead tonight and he knows that if there is any sort of heroin activity in his neighborhood it's being done discreetly people's homes on being broken into but in cities like salem and lawrence and law in boston and elsewhere this is a scourge it's not only scourged and the people who are dying but it's a scourge on the quality of life that that people are experiencing and that's that's i don't know i just think i wanna hear i'd like to hear the governor call for this guy's impeachment a liked the governor to step up to be honest with you he talks a lot of the process for the governor to call for his impeachment because yeah that should be the next step well i i think that that someone in a position of equal authority a governor or someone perhaps a legislative leader someone this this judge if he doesn't have the common decency to realize that he stayed too long at the fair then that someone needs to take them off the bench p needs to be he needs to be disrobed literally okay so i appreciate your call thank you so much six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine thousand nine hundred thirty just an amazing story in amazing story and a story that is just for those of you living outside of massachusetts we've dealt with these issues too long this judge himself this judge reduce bail on a guy within the last month from ten to five thousand dollars the guy never showed up at the court and the day that he was supposed to be in court where he defaulted on his bail he was in maine killing a sheriff's deputy stephen lawrence steve welcome next on nightside hey good good evening dan i actually you know what i grew up in lawrence and.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews
"Kiara meghan may wear on her wedding day or will she have anyone specially made like pip middleton i don't think there'll be a new one you know pippa behind were made because there was no one opening up a volts of very different meghan will have access to voss selection of trs auto no which one show pick there'd been there's been a lot of talk about her wearing the spencer tiara on the day of the wedding i think it would be really inappropriate yesterday thing she will in fact i would bet my wedding habit she waits she wouldn't probably wear the cambridge tr all the love is not both of which kate has worn quite a lot i don't think she would probably why is she probably won't cheese any one well that's eight guys thank you so much will the noise comments reviews you've been leaving and if you want us to to do or say anything cover any particular topic tweeter acts by emily andras at scabby hashtag on air and we will do our best thanks again next week is going to be huge for hurry and meghan it's back to back engagements we've got them out aunts and zach day in london on the twenty fifth and the couple will also attend a very important twenty fifth enery memorial service to celebrate the life of the late stephen lawrence there's a number of other engagements including harry at the starts at the finish of the london marathon so until then thanks again for listening hopefully will be with you with rule baby news as well fingers crossed but vice point next week we might even come to you from the lindo wing but until then have a great week thanks for listening.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"People from largely from kashmir they were also actively recruited in order to run the mills in you know in yorkshire and lancashire after the war because we had a labor shortage how much of that history is really presented to people you know when people use racial slurs or sago back where you came from how many of them really know why those people did come here and what they came to do we don't celebrate migration positively in this country though it has been a very positive thing and i think there is a crisis about particularly englishness about what sort of nation all we want do we think of ourselves and what you know the dowager for some kind of you know past england which was different and stronger and whatever it is that they fantasize about this really has to be confronted this is not what our nation is extends beyond discussion because there's a sense surely that you know if the faces of the wind russian russian go back to the stephen lawrence than other racially motivated murders around that time in that neighborhood they would have been prosecuted entirely differently literally metaphorically if these faces will white rather than black so is it a simple fact of racism that is much more deep rooted than anyone including that report into the police would would have believed there is racism in the police that was racism in the police i've absolutely sure it's exists not only in the police but but throughout british society i mean israel's absolutely right i mean britain is very reluctant to confront the reality of the way in which traditionally english people's facific ly it's less so i think in the other nations of the united kingdom but english people specifically react to people from overseas it's not only here on this island it has to be said if you look throughout europe and indeed in the united states.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"I don't believe you and you start from that premise that they're lying and unless they can provide sheafs of documents than they are in trouble the windros story is particularly appalling because these are people who were invited in most cases or their parents were invited to come to the united kingdom to drive the buses and be the nurses in the national health service hospitals and they're now being told in the sixty seventies and eighties that unless they've got every single receipt from every single utility bill going back decades then they've got to go back to a country that they barely remember i think it's appalling i think it shows the danger of using loose rhetoric when it comes to matters of race and immigration and it's come back to bite theresa million the button good thing too and i i wonder whether her sort of a policy which was cringeworthy yesterday's vote went far enough perhaps joining narratives where no such join should exist but with the anniversary of the the lawrence murder seeping fresher focus on the the case here in in the uk at the moment the to to my mind a similar sort of i think maybe it's complacency or an insidious in effect from institutions where if not condoned that is racist views it's tolerated in a way that i thought was unacceptable well you will remember that one of the many passages of the stephen lawrence affair was the judgment that was institutional racism in in the metropolitan police of which i have no doubt because i many years ago was doing a piece on racism in the metropolitan police and they characteristic response if you talk to cops then was that you know to look at you blankly and say oh doesn't exist when you could see it all around you so i think that there's it's more than complacency actually i think it is you know we haven't really recognized in cetinje having to radically eight that really visceral and unpleasant racism which is a part of british life and in fact the politics are recent politics tended rather to do the dog whistle pandering to it you know the brexit campaign was you know dog whistling about racism it's not just the wind rush generation who brought over here to assist britain in its postwar recovery in the north of england it was a different it's a different demographic it's it's.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Perhaps i'm sort of joining narratives where no such join should exist but with the anniversary of the the lawrence murder as seeping fresh focus on the the case here in in the uk at the moment there's a to m to my mind a similar sort of i think maybe his complacency or an insidious in effect from institutions where if not condoned that is racist views it's it's tolerated in a way that i thought was unacceptable well you will remember that one of many passages of the stephen lawrence affair was the judgment that that was institutional racism in in the metropolitan police of which i have no doubt because i you know many years ago was doing a piece on racism in the metropolitan police and they characteristic response if you talk to cops then was that you know to look at you blankly and say oh doesn't exist when you could see it all rhymed you so i think that there's it's more than complacency actually i think it is you know we haven't really recognized in sydney having to radically eight that that really visceral and unpleasant racism which is a part of british life and in fact the politics are recent politics have tended rather to do the dog whistle pandering to it you know who the brexit campaign who is you know dog whistling about racism it's not just the wind rush generation who brought over here to assist britain in its postwar recovery in the north of.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"People who run it all the time the elite runners how did they react to women they wouldn't have known to someone who gets up every morning to do a fulltime job in an aesthetic saturday react to you well i mean it's been really cool they've been super supportive and congratulatory which is really says speaks to who they are as people because they're veterans of the sport and you know to see someone like me that's new come in and do well it's been really cool we've been so so welcoming but you'll having to get but what time to train for the marathon before doing a fulltime job i usually get up at four in the morning for the morning you can present news program exactly extraordinary and you you just a little bit of money as a result of this you tempted to take it up fulltime yeah and i plan on continuing to work as a nurse anesthetist i absolutely love my job i think it's probably one of the most rewarding things i could do longterm but i'd love to see what i could do longterm and running so thankfully running is a sport where i think i can continue to pursue bulls crews and can see we're both can take me to the message does elite runners is what shelter is taking seriously i hope so i hope it was a little bit of a statement we'll you certainly did break your segment we're delighted he joined us on the program keep running keep nursing thank you for joining us sarah sellers time is now eleven minutes to a term for thought for the day with us this morning sheena mcdonald who is christian writer works in international development component to you good morning i was nine years old when stephen lawrence was stabbed to death less than half a mile from my front door fears afterwards i can walk past the bus stop where his life was tragically cut short without thinking about him his death changed the way the black immigrant families like mine felt about a new home in an instant seemed we were no longer welcome we felt vulnerable and conspicuous we feared similar racist attacks on people we knew people like us stephen lawrence's murder nocturnally changed the atmosphere for those of us living in south east london at the time but in the.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The father of stephen lawrence said you'll forgive it son's killers twenty five years after they stabbed the eighteen year old to death as he waited for a bus in south east london never lawrence you seventy eight tells the paper that the decision to forgive the gang was the hardest either making his lifetime too many serving life sentences for the killing after being convicted six years ago according to the telegraph pushy parents faking marriage breakdowns that's in order to get children into the school of their choice the paper says mothers and fathers resorting to creative methods including taking out shortterm let near desirable school or even pretend marriage breakup in which one parent rents near desirable school to get a child into the number one choice the paper says two hundred sixty seven office withdrawn because of fraudulent applications in two thousand fifteen sixteen reports on england's historic komo's games netball win over the hosts and favorites australia under the headline supernet the papers have been in column pays tribute to tracey neville captain as a gaffer it says she's outdone brother gary the former matched today's and inexpressive there are other brother phil who recently took georgia england women's football team has been taking notes and there is a glorious photograph of the team celebrating in many of the front pages and if you need something small this morning that's the best thing to look if it didn't have that in my primary school i can tell you it's twelve minutes to seven today's puzzle for today has been set by the spectrum secret agency entrance exam as featured in loren child's novels about the code breaking child genius ruby red fort here's the question while on a mission in a forest you realize that the enemy has set fire to the forest and the spreading rapidly in your direction aided by a strong westerly wind you have no transport and no water to put the fire out all you have is a box of matches how can you save yourself from the approaching fire that's all i know is eleven minutes to seven thousands of elderly british people who came to this country seventy years ago and have lived and worked to ever since being all to prove that they belong in britain face the risk of deportation they've been labeled the wind rush kids off to the name of the ship the empire when rush which brought people from the caribbean back in.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"All right i agree with that and keep up the good job thank you thank you let's go to larence you love stephen lawrence basically when they just just real quick i think uh is getting a raw deal i know everybody same he's not a good route runners stuff like that but if you put him in the slant was great and i know he's dropped some ball this year but no he's johnny ball this year he hasn't had a 100yard game in last thirteen games and you're gonna sit up the and say that he's getting a bad rap it cannot say one thing when we unlike the larry larry fitzgerald sent them where they were saying he's done he's done but when you've got him a good quarterback he started boll and again uh senate has brian has done they said he hasn't been produced in into the level that he used to that's accurate but also i hate the brink gotta hate bringing romo into it but when when they did the fade routes in the end zone what was it ninety eight percent touchdowns oh coming down with the plow was dow was where dez bryant was yongin fast the stop it have a nice day lizzy westchester you lost even they go ahead what time cna big fan buddy thank you go ahead listen i'm big giant fan and i just gotta ask you uh you know no sector deeming what he who you had on earlier on if like getting old isn't really the point you know that's something we all know we thought you know a 2012 when he started to uh the minutes play the my question for years when gino smith throws three pay uh in the first half you know mac and you're gonna walk over any it sunglasses and a dawn mustache and say hey you lie you think you can you think you can jump in you ready to play one of the the post thanks even i go back and again what are you advise go back and again because does his job and he gets paid to do it and is not his you know.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"In britain i think it would be fair to say evert nobody's attempted a blockbuster about stephen lawrence nobody's attempted a blockbuster about mark duggan an and i wonder why not and whether perhaps we should we why not why not enough we've got a production company now i don't know who you you have to be wise about the creative decisions the you make when events happen in his creative jakob be careful you know sometimes the the automatic response of let's make a movie about it could sometimes be inappropriate and some time there isn't a story to be told in that format and creatively you haven't figured it out i feel that there's a balance of both in terms of stories coming the uk i think we've had a huge amount of stories is the the deal with knife crime and do we've gangs and and that's not know black people when people come from you know the urban areas are about for me vivid needs to be a buffet an an a variety of stories are the all told from the uk thanks for being so candid in his conversation i wonder if i can ask you to be candid about a subject that everybody's going to want me to ask you about in the next star wars movie gear when you lost spoke to us on the program you sort of intimated that yes prince harry prince william were were in the movie your stormtroopers are wonder can tell us to the headlines in the movie what can you tell us that the last time of him it will as seen enough of of had enough we've we've ruvo's prince william secrets monaco last widows those images all or wherever online mina if he they gave once it monday were their mantle mahdi was there too much i said it a thick the'divide in this very go you said you onto the gangway area rise but you could mean clot like that but you know like i think this can like you know sworn leaked the or something than there was like a an image of some saw and i was just like every time i get off that they're not dodgy the arms here if so you're giving up doj again brilliant john boyega thanks very much for joining us thanks me 26 masovic time for the sport has got while considering the facts from a batsman's perspective.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
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"stephen lawrence" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"Our is i think horrifying we're here and facilitating it at a certain point knowingly emits the thing that the situation just described is a horrible misunderstanding on some level but when you have the police knowing what's happening but being unwilling to investigate for fear of being perceived as racist right either way yet by the way that that that that that the interesting thing is sound you'll listeners men another background has been is this this also speaks for fascinating thing again which doesn't come from nowhere the police didn't have that fear fano reason in the 1990s organizations a famous a racist murder in britain liver black teenage a cool stephen lawrence who was who was murdered on the streets and he his killers weren't brought to trial for very long time and one of the failings undoubtedly in the lawrence case was the presumption by the police said it had been a a black on black gang a murder and this was encouraged by various people this perception and it when there was a reports in the late 90s into this the the mcpherson reporter was cold it found that the found the local police were were and the police new engine what quote institutionally racist and this the label it was certainly a would said accurate in some cases i think it was far too broad acclaimed make british police hope but amended in the years immediately afterwards the police in britain would have been even more.
"stephen lawrence" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"This is a guy who fought running street battles with neonazis at the age of fifteen knifefights i'm so these guys candidly hamas machetes write a guy who joined antinazi league which is an offshoot of the socialist workers party who were protesting the neonazis on the streets who wrote joined their rallies on this is a guy i was you got to resume of run it lies by the by the bosnia genocide right this is a guy i would have full that that you know i had a i would have had a problem and faced resistance from the right because that's all i've ever faced resistance from you know i've grown up in the days before the murder of stephen lawrence in the united kingdom which was a watershed moment for race relations in the uk it led to the mcpherson inquiry official government inquiry which led to the mcpherson report which concluded officially from the uk government's official position walls off that inquiry that there was institutional racism in the uk police forces and much has changed since then that's what i came up through right my stopping attacks that i had to face where year year the full stephen lawrence was a black british teenager was murdered on the streets of you of the uk no one was brought to justice for about fifteen twenty years because these guys will connected with their friends and family in the police and there was a it was a massive miscarriage of justice it i i've only ever witnessed hostility from the right who i am the icon even change is the cholera my skin mike my cultural and religious heritage i never expected to be attacked from the left and when it came it felt on what it didn't just feel it walls treachery of the highest order because these guys these are the same guys who say uh talk about appropriation they say we won't people of color to speak and don't splaying to them listen to their voices their authentic experiences right you know alone come somebody who is the textbook definition of the kinds of authentic experiences that they want you to listen to but because my conclusions don't match what they want me to say because i'm not parroting their own sa's suddenly.