35 Burst results for "Tasers"

Louisiana Police Deny Black Man Who Died in Custody Was Alone for 48 Minutes

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Louisiana Police Deny Black Man Who Died in Custody Was Alone for 48 Minutes

"Officials in Shreveport Louisiana a refuting claims that officers denied medical care to a black man who died in police custody in twenty twenty the family of Tommy McLaughlin junior filed a federal lawsuit in connection with his death they allege he spent forty eight minutes in a patrol car alone without medical attention the cloth and had three encounters with police on April fifth twenty twenty the day he died the lawsuit faults officers for missing signs of a mental condition known as excited delirium syndrome police admit using a taser pepper spray and a baton but they say that they were needed to subdue him lawyers representing the police officer say there's evidence they requested medical assistance and that help arrived within seventeen minutes I'm Jackie Quinn

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New Video Shows Fatal Arrest of Ronald Greene

All In with Chris Hayes

02:02 min | 2 months ago

New Video Shows Fatal Arrest of Ronald Greene

"Forty. Nine year old. Ronald a black man living in monroe louisiana died in may twenty. Nineteen after a high-speed chase louisiana state troopers at first green's family says officers told them he died after crashing his car into a tree later. Louisiana state police released a brief statement saying that green had struggled with troopers and died on his way to the hospital for years. Police refused to release body camera footage from that night but now the associated press obtained some of that video and it is incredibly disturbing issues officers using a taser on green punching him in the face and using chokehold also dragging him while he's often on the ground tonight two years after his death. The state police just finally released all of the footage from that night. Nbc news correspondent. Priscilla thompson has been covering the story and she joins me now. Live from monroe louisiana with the latest. Priscilla was their lena that announcement from louisiana state police coming late today a reversal from what they were saying just yesterday. Which was that releasing this footage Would not be done until this. Investigation was complete however today they are saying now that the ap has dropped this second batch of videos. The videos that they have published are not the complete an entire amount of evidence and so that is why they have chosen to release this video in its entirety at this moment now nbc news is still reviewing that newly released video but what we did see from the second batch footage that was dropped by the associated press. Today is ronald grin on his stomach in handcuffs trying to prop himself and turn over on his side and officers commanding him to remain on his stomach one officer even using his foot to keep ronald green down

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‘I’m Scared!’: Body-Cam Video Shows Deadly Arrest of Black Man in Louisiana

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

‘I’m Scared!’: Body-Cam Video Shows Deadly Arrest of Black Man in Louisiana

"A federal civil rights investigation is under way into the death of a black motorist who led police on a high speed chase in Louisiana in twenty nineteen it happened near Monroe Louisiana forty nine year old Ronald green of barber didn't pull over when troopers tried to stop him and the chase went at speeds over one hundred fifteen miles an hour Mahdi can video obtained by the Associated Press shows that green tried to apologize it was hit with a taser multiple times punched and dragged down Greenspan million a federal wrongful death lawsuit alleges troopers brutalize the man and then covered up the cause of death it's evil his mother Mona hardened begins to get a chance Louisiana state police say the release of evidence was premature and that it compromises the outcome of their investigation I'm Jackie Quinn

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Officer charged in death of Daunte Wright to appear in court

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Officer charged in death of Daunte Wright to appear in court

"I'm Julie Walker the white former officer charged in the shooting death of a black driver in a Minneapolis suburb in April has a pre trial hearing today Kim hotter will appear via video conference to go over evidence and determine if there's probable cause for the case to proceed she's charged with second degree manslaughter in the death of twenty year old Dante right the former Brooklyn center officer left the force even mediate Lee after the shooting the former police chief who also resigned said potter Mr Kerr gun for her taser body camera video shows are shouting taser multiple times before firing police have said right was pulled over for expired tags the shooting happened during the trial of former officer Derek show been convicted in the murder of George Floyd I'm Julie Walker

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Minnesota Mayor Wants Unarmed Civilians, Not Police, to Enforce Traffic Laws

Morning Edition

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Minnesota Mayor Wants Unarmed Civilians, Not Police, to Enforce Traffic Laws

"Police reform in a very different way. He wants unarmed civilians and not the police to enforce traffic laws. Proposed change comes a month after a white police officer killed a black man named Dante right during a traffic stop Matt Sepik of Minnesota public radio reports on April 11th officer Kim Potter pulled over Dante Ride in Brooklyn Center, a diverse community of 30,000 bordering Minneapolis. Police say it was because of expired plates writes. Mother says it was a dangling air freshener. As Potter and another officer tried to arrest the 20 year old on an outstanding firearms warrant. He broke free and got back in his car. On body camera video. Potter is heard shouting Taser, but instead she grabs her nine millimeter gun. The gun shot is edited out of this clip. Potter, who was a police officer for 26 years, resigned and is charged with manslaughter. That killing led to a week of demonstrations, including violent clashes with law enforcement. Security fencing still surrounds Brooklyn Center police headquarters. Today. Things are quiet as a crew of workers, repairs of looted dollar store across the street. Neighboring scoreboard Pizza, which was untouched, owner Jim Johnson says right should still be alive. They should've let that young man just go mean expired Tabs and is that worth pulling over someone when you already know that there were weapons violation? Johnson, lifelong Brooklyn Center resident says police could have made the arrest later. He's skeptical of Mayor Mike Elliot's proposal. The mayor wants a quote unarmed civilian traffic enforcement department to handle all minor, non moving violations, such as expired plates and broken tail lights. Elliot is pushing Council members to approve his plan soon. We need to do it as if There was an emergency and people were at the PD protesting again. We need to have that level of urgency. Brooklyn center is not the first community to consider

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Daunte Wright to be eulogized at Minneapolis funeral

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Daunte Wright to be eulogized at Minneapolis funeral

"Two days after a former Minneapolis police officer was convicted of killing George Floyd another black man killed by police in Minnesota will be eulogized today the funeral for twenty year old Dante Wright will be held in Minneapolis hundreds turned out yesterday for a public viewing of right who is shot by a police officer on April eleventh during a traffic stop in the city of Brooklyn center the officer who shot right reportedly meant to use her taser when she fired her pistol the Reverend al Sharpton will deliver the eulogy at Wright's funeral he says he'll remind people that the fight for justice didn't end with the guilty verdicts handed down for Derek Chauvin the former white police officer who killed George Floyd last may on my campus

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Ex-Cop Charged in Daunte Wright's Death to Make Court Appearance

Rush Limbaugh

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-Cop Charged in Daunte Wright's Death to Make Court Appearance

"Makes her first court appearance son second degree manslaughter charges in Sunday's deadly shooting of Don t Right in what Brooklyn centers former police chief calls a mist ake that Potter used her service weapon instead of her Taser. Under stress during a traffic stop in attempted arrest of rights who fought with officers, boxes, Jeff and also a group

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Ex-Minnesota Police Officer Kim Potter Released From Jail

John Batchelor

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-Minnesota Police Officer Kim Potter Released From Jail

"Kim Potter, who resigned is a Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer shortly after fatally shooting Dante right, is free on bond after being charged with second degree manslaughter. According to the county attorney's office. Kim Potter fired one round into rights left side with her Glock nine millimeter handgun after yelling Taser Taser Taser, the office, adding in a statement. Certain occupations carry an immense responsibility and none more so than a sworn police officer ABC. Stephanie

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Former Officer Kim Potter Released From Jail After Posting Bond

1A

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Former Officer Kim Potter Released From Jail After Posting Bond

"Dante, right, is free on bond after being charged with second degree manslaughter. Him. Potter says she fired her gun at right, but meant to grab her Taser Brooklyn Center. Police Department Mayor Mike Elliott had this reaction with the news of the decision. Charged the former Brooklyn center police officer with manslaughter. Comes a prolonged period of continued grieving, huh? And understandable anger. Security barricades have been erected around Potter's home and the local police station where protests over Wright's death continued Wednesday for fourth Street night. In a courtroom several miles away, or former Maryland

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Hundreds protest in Brooklyn Center for 4th night after shooting

Glenn Beck

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Hundreds protest in Brooklyn Center for 4th night after shooting

"Night of protests. I nly Scylla. Sarah Fox News. Hundreds of people have gathered for 1/4 night outside the Brooklyn Center. Minnesota Police Department after the shooting death of Dante right as police try to disperse the crowd, the city's mayor, right, imposed a curfew for 10. PM tonight. Former police officer Kim Potter Has been released on $100,000 bond after she was charged with second degree manslaughter this morning. Please say Potter accidentally drew her gun instead of her Taser Sunday during a traffic stop affidavit with the criminal complaint says her duty belt was designed with the Taser on the left side of Glock nine millimeter on the right side and designed to be used with the corresponding hand. A statement from the county attorney's office says that she will be vigorously prosecuted. To prove that she aggregated her responsibility to the public when she used the firearm instead of the Taser is Mike Tobin in Brooklyn Center. If convicted, Potter could serve 10 years in

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Former Minnesota Cop Charged in Shooting of Black Motorist

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Former Minnesota Cop Charged in Shooting of Black Motorist

"Minnesota have arrested. Kim potter the former brooklyn center police officer who shot and killed twenty year old dante right on sunday. Npr's martin kasey has more from minneapolis. Minnesota's bureau of criminal apprehension which investigates police shootings says potter will face second degree manslaughter charges. The officer shot the young black man during a struggle with police after a traffic. Stop in her body camera video. She can be heard yelling taser right before. She shoots him with her firearm on monday. Her police chief called the shooting accidental and tragic. The chief later resigned from the department as did potter the case has triggered protests and clashes with riot police in the minneapolis suburb of brooklyn center and has increased fears of wide rest as the trial of former minneapolis officer. Derek chauvin is just days from going to the jury

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Decision Expected on Charges for Cop Who Shot Black Motorist

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Decision Expected on Charges for Cop Who Shot Black Motorist

"I'm Julie Walker prosecutors expect to decide today whether to charge the white former police officer who shot and killed a twenty year old black man during a traffic stop in a Minneapolis suburb on Sunday the third night of protests and arrests in Brooklyn center right outside Minneapolis where curfews are in effect the action captured by Katie S. B. officers use flash bangs and gas grenades on hundreds of protesters who threw fireworks outside police headquarters calling for justice for Dante right Kim Porter resigned from the force yesterday along with the police chief who said the twenty six year veteran thought she was using her taser instead fired her weapon on right while the shooting happened in Hennepin county prosecutors referred the case to Washington County a practice county attorneys in the Minneapolis area adopted last year in handling police deadly force I'm Julie Walker

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"tasers" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"tasers" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And we're back and tasers have been in a lot of conversations recently because the murder of dante right by the brooklyn center police officer who has since resigned. Her claim and the video shows her actions. She yells teaser. Tasers tasers as she has a glock in her hand and then shoots him to death. The cheat code. You're like i said it in the body cam. I said yeah you heard me. Oh that's not the and the police are using that as like accidental discharge. You really got a feel for the lady guys come on. It's really she. She just had no not nothing of dante. Right whose dad. Yeah exalt god can you. Could you imagine that goof of being a fucking racist murder extra. Shut the fuck up to joe biden like well. We're waiting to see if it's a he. I'll give him mitch mcconnell's voice. At this point. There was an accident or not but There's no like the thing. He really zoomed in on his luding. that The the idea that tasers and the fact that she was trying to use a taser on somebody that pulled over for. I guess either tags being out out of date or because he had a air freshener hanging from his rear view mirror. Neither yeah the fact that she was using a taser on him like that. That seems to have been become the focus with like the new york. Times c. n. While not come and officers have mistaken pistols for tasers sometimes with deadly outcomes premises. Hey keeps her use a gun instead of a taser. How easy or hard is it to confuse a gun for a taser. This is cnn. So why does this is the sorry. I'm so sorry. This is the stuff at this point. I don't know why any literally like after the cops have been killing black men for how i mean centuries but like literally like in our way. Maybe what. what's the modern era..

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The Daunte Wright Protest Continues for a Third Night

WGN Programming

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

The Daunte Wright Protest Continues for a Third Night

"Straight night in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. Hundreds of protesters gathered past curfew and some Indian used umbrellas to shield themselves from police flash bangs. Their protest in the death of Dante right was shot by police during a traffic stop. Dozens of people were arrested overnight. That protest comes as a community waits possible charges against the officer who shot right. The Washington County attorney's office is planning to charge Officer Kim Potter today, but it's not clear what she charged with. Daughter says she mistook her gun for a Taser and accidentally shot right. She submitted her resignation later yesterday, But the mayor Brooklyn center, says he has not accepted it. Some are calling for her to be fired and said, saying she's allowed to resign. She would be eligible to collect a pension. Also say she should be charged with murder. Did you not see

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Police Chief and Officer Who Fatally Shot Daunte Wright Resign

All Things Considered

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Police Chief and Officer Who Fatally Shot Daunte Wright Resign

"Two days after a police officer fatally shot 20 year old Dante, right after what began as a routine traffic stop of Minnesota police chief and the veteran officer who fired on right have resigned. Chief Tim Gannon said Officer Kim Potter mistakenly grabbed her gun when she was going for her Taser protesters and writes. Family members say there's no excuse for the shooting and that the justice system is tilted against black people. Family attorney Benjamin Crump says right was stopped for expired car registration and ended up

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Second Night of Unrest After Fatal Police Shooting

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Second Night of Unrest After Fatal Police Shooting

"More protest overnight in a Minneapolis suburb warrant officer who authorities say apparently intended to fire a Taser, not a handgun shot and killed a black man during a traffic stop. Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott says someone must take responsibility for the actions of the officer. This young man eyes that and a mother is without a son that much I do know and that that is, I think, uh, the most important thing that we have to keep in mind here. Elliot was on NBC's Today show.

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Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Mayor on Deadly Police Shooting

AP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Mayor on Deadly Police Shooting

"Morning, the mayor of the Minneapolis suburb is speaking out after police and protesters clashed overnight for the second night in a row, and officers shot and killed a black man in Brooklyn center Sunday, apparently mistaking a hand gun for a Taser, says the police chief. This morning, Mayor Mike Elliott of Brooklyn Center says We've seen this bar too many times where a young black man or woman is, uh Pulled over and you know about by police or encounters police and they end up dead and what these young people or protest Ng are asking. Is When will this stop? Mayor Mike Elliott of Brooklyn Center Minnesota. He was on the Today show,

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Protest after chief says officer meant to use Taser, not gun

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Protest after chief says officer meant to use Taser, not gun

"Another night of unrest in Brooklyn center Minnesota a city just north of Minneapolis police clashed with protesters Monday night for a second straight night after a police officer fatally shot a black man in a traffic stop over the weekend killed yeah well that is all looking center police chief Tim Gannon says the officer had apparently intended to fire a taser not a hand gun it's twenty year old Dante Wright struggled with fellow officers Gannon describes the shooting as an accidental discharge right staff Sunday of spark protests and unrest in any area already on edge because of the trial the first of the four police officers charged in George Floyd staff I'm Mike Hampton

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Daunte Wright Shooting Sparks Anger, Clashes in Minnesota

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Daunte Wright Shooting Sparks Anger, Clashes in Minnesota

"Police confronted crowds of protesters angered by the fatal shooting of a black man, the medical examiner's office said the death of Dante right was a homicide public, LaTasha reports. Crowds outside the police station refused to leave. Despite a curfew. They broke into frequent chance of Dante right. Some threw bottles and shot fireworks toward police lines. City officials had said the shooting could not have happened at a worse time. With tensions high over the George Floyd case, and it seemed to have been a tragic mistake. An accidental discharge. The police chief called it He showed body camera footage that suggested the officer who shot Mr Right meant to fire a Taser, not a gun. You're listening to the world News from the BBC.

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"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"You've went in and write it in the book because even if the aircraft crop doesn't generate it if you write heavy landing all raw the foam landing fees check it or whatever you will be us then the engineers engineers were gonna look random they will pull the data now the wicked much better that than for it to be discovered a few flights down the road when you should really put your hand up statis- you know what's going to happen then you can be really in the is it just being in the diet really at rice right yeah you know so there's no way to get get away from it he just had us up and now you should anyway but yeah there's no nec's player can airplane with its on wingtip nine inches lower than the other that's not normal maybe it is the elevators it is a bad thing i mean the place a wing i just go yeah now you can't get away with anything in there all right well good stuff anything else to add before we move onto item three it's the first three fifty heavy lenny i've heard i was one of the yeah with a thousand eight eight three thousand there something different about the way that airplane handles or whatever that it's kind of harder to land well possibly x. three forty six hundred when it came into service the flight controls did ranch slightly differently to the other version three forty three forty three hundred which is actually one hundred tons.

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"I think i'd have to put it up and take a look at it took it's it's small and quirk from yeah just don't watch the video in other news i'm wondering if you have seen this article on the i i used to do the same thing being is to teach ground subjects to academics did that for about seven years when i not long after i started with the virgin so i know exactly what he's been done and it can be great tom fisher if you've got a bunch listening ready cane that can be extremely good found in some very interesting all right let's see another news i'm wondering if you've seen this this article on the aviation herald this aircraft in a three fifty one thousand was damaged after a hard landing in tel aviv which required the return flight to be cancelled the aircraft is only only a month old and was delivered in december to be a having been delayed due to being damaged in the paint shop at airbus don a lot of luck with us eight hundred fifty one thousand thousand associate friday afternoon airplane is that like every friday they do that oh okay well you know what it's like when he got a friday afternoon car yeah every almost the finishing for the weekend that i want to make sure that yours is not a friday afternoon karate tried to my question to you wall how would you determine that the aircraft requires an inspection after a hard landing i'm sure we fall off that's one clue all the tires of popped let's see i'm sure we have all had a fair share a firm landings now but at what point would you say oops i wonder if broken the aircraft thank you for your continued excellent coverage keeping fifty percent and this isn't trying trying to scroll up here blue skies james mack who is one of our new patrons thank you jim don't most modern airplanes is now have like sensors and.

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"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Accurate because they said a fellow ATC directions at all times while you shouldn't because if you get a resolution resolution advisory for meal a traffic collision avoidance system the OT cass you are obliged to ignore at traffic directions and and do exactly what the t. casts say so the only time that might not happen is during a parallel approach but cassette me the teachings this side of the world that if ed traffic at trying to resolve a conflict and you get a resolution advisory in the middle of that you obey the resolution advisory regardless of what traffic's well and that's true and that's the same as i think all around the world however and this could situation there was no mention of any kind of advisory oh i thought they mentioned that they they had got something they didn't use the word they use those words but there was a advisory issued to one of the aircraft the air traffic controllers gave them okay i i took out as being a an all right no i don't think there was but what if anyone out there in a strategy starting knows more perhaps they can solve actual air traffic a- audio that would be awesome if somebody out there knows exactly what went home breath i'm thinking that we're just like not on the same page on this thing and i think that there it was a it was a no not a big deal might right well the guy who said in radio ray typical thanks ray for putting an incident in sydney i thought it was some in brisbane will no no aircraft aircraft coming into land was coming from brisbane oh so it actually happened that sydney it happened at sydney okay the again the badly titled picture on the video come no wonder i'm confused i'm telling you i really think that was a bunch of crap yeah tell us how you really feel not anything close to what i was hearing in office saguenay then i i i do remember that being departures just opposing arrivals at times for noise-abatement say the is a possibility but anyway ray make it clinton and another thing thing again if you don't if you don't watch videos listen yield you never hear that they were coming at each other from opposite directions no well they do say that when they were turning his on converging pats but converging because he took converging sadly direction yes they drew it turning opposite blackout that right but yeah that just shows you how that can just completely throw you because when i was first watching that i'm thinking why why is it showing the airplane up their way up in the air are the clouds below and it saying four hundred feet above the ground something's not right here and then i thought let me listen to this again and i'm thinking that was completely wrong whatever reputation misinterpretation reputation betas not fate was feet i think it's if they gave four hundred feet as the ground down in meters this yes they did but the actual altitude that they gave at four hundred feet for the go around in any way don't send us any more feedback if you don't mind out they've got a pitch for a picture here of the flight thing says collision warning leila again i advise you not to look at the pictures wow man use your ears not what your eyes can't do that sorry keep talking about i think we need to because okay anyway to james i- ABC her i want to thank you for a wonderful show i've been a listener from right back at episode one hundred you make my commute to london that little bit easier and i often find myself chuckling along with you guys sometimes with a few odd looks from fellow drivers i always learn something new when listening being a bit about me i'm a private pilot with around one hundred and fifty hours flying experience from the UK i also teach aviation subjects to air cadets these are kids from ages ages thirteen to eighteen and get a lot out of giving back after being a former cadet myself this is what inspired me to catch the flying bug this coming friday i'll be taking taking a group of cadets to RAF benson in oxfordshire to experience a flight in a RAF grab tutor is at right grow grow bravo tutor training aircraft for many of them this will be their first experience in a light aircraft in for me this is one of the joys of aviation seeing when young aviators take flight for the first time nick you're a cadet right absolutely but while before before the group geo came in or i saw i know it as something akin to a powered glider sort of thing it's some humphry aircraft.

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Soups embarrassing yeah how embarrassing all right let's start start off with the item one in the feedback vulgar from ray davis via facebook and he said possible crew and listener thoughts and this involves something give into and i believe it was on facebook bahir let me see if i can find it ends channel channel nine news out of sydney okay were you on that often opt yeah it's a fairly well known news channel out they will respond to all right what's what they have to say about this a trainee air traffic controller was at the helm when to quotas planes loaded with passengers passenges came a little too close for comfort the transport safety bureau now investigating the near miss at sydney's domestic airport it was around six thirty pm on august five last year a trainee air traffic controller under supervision gave the green light for at qantas airbus a three thirty thirty to take off from sydney bound familiar at the time a qantas boeing seven three seven was coming into land from brisbane it traffic control realized if the seven three seven continued to land the planes would get true close instructing the seven three seven at around four hundred fate to go around and coming in to land again that put both aircraft turning to the right and they projected flightpaths were converging the seven three seven was instructed to turn turn fo that to the right as the i three thirty received a collision warning alert the first officer at the controls of the i three thirty looked out the right cockpit peep window saying the seven three seven in close proximity above in a climbing turn and reduce the aircraft's angle back to reduce the turn towards the other plane the three thirty captain made a radio transmission saying that was very close air traffic control instructed the i three thirty two v left at the closest point the planes came within one hundred and fifty three meters vertically and seven hundred ninety six made his laterally really of each other the australian transport safety bureau says it's ongoing investigation will include air traffic control procedures control a training and control rola actions and qantas has responded saying out crew follow directions from air traffic control at all times adding even if both aircraft stayed on the same flight pods they were not in danger of colliding the final report including any failings we'll be out later this year lizzie pro nine news okay nine is okay consider yourself fortunate that you did not watch the video that went along with that that audio because the person that came up with all the depictions of what was happening and being described in the audio didn't get it quite right the video i don't know if you guys saw the video shows the eighty three thirty taking off and then the seven thirty seven coming in the opposite direction from above and down like directly opposite the eight three thirty taking off and then it says you know when they say about four hundred feet from the ground they went around there are still way up above the clouds and the at the slow graphic design is four hundred feet and i think what i'm understanding this actually what happened here is that the only mistake that i can see that may have been made by the trainee controller is the fact that he cleared the a three thirty takeoff probably too late or maybe should have had the three thirty delay the takeoff and stay off the runway to allow this other qantas to come in the seven thirty seven to land so what happened is they three thirty is taking off the seven thirty seven is coming in and the eight hundred thirty taking off is not going it'd be off the runway and time so the a seven thirty seven goes round at four hundred feet and probably offsets a little bit to the right now we have two airplanes both in the air one is turning right the seven thirty seven and the against the departure procedure for the three thirty was also kind of a right turn and the three thirty pilot looks out and sees a seven thirty seven up there almost parallels but they're turning away and they just gave some vectors to kind of i get a little bit more separation and that's about it honestly not a very exciting or perilous kind of kind of situation in my opinion i've seen this before and that's why we as pilots have to be very cognizant of what is happening other than what is going on with our own flight so that's why we listen to the radio and hear people clear for takeoff and then we think okay if there is not enough separation on a half to go around what am i going to do with the path at my airplane how am i going how am i going to stay separated from the airplane that's just now lifting off from the runway and that's you know what professional pilots do i've got assigned different interpretation of the video of some more information that i haven't had access to it looks like the guy getting ambon is in direct opposition to the guy landing i'm saying i'm looking at the i'm looking at the video here and say that's why that's a good thing that we didn't play video because the person that depicted all the things happening in the video is completely completely wrong okay so so i'm confused so if you if you if you listen to the audio without looking at that video which will really really throw you off i mean if you look if you watch the video and listen to the audio at the same time you will understand that the the artist's depiction of what happened here is not anything close to what actually happened the three thirty is clear for takeoff in the seven thirty seven is coming in on the same runway behind it or filming because the person who's doing the depiction doesn't understand that journalists freight in one direction at a time it's common actually in australia they do it and sydney.

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"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Of our joe's live by the guy and then they kicked us up they kicked us out of the bar they get here doing that in the co pittman weren't singing that in the cockpit and that's my jacket thank you very much he's lost weight right yeah not really no it was just the way it was bunched up i made it look like it was lease on me ice lunchbox what do you mean lunchbox but there's some big this big bang kit in the window that's the thing is is that the book yes logbook and the first officer on flying with takes the thing and sticks like into the where the win front center windshield comes together with the glare shield and kind of just sticks i'd never seen him do that before when he does and so i didn't think about the fact that that was in that position and when they were taking the photo but anyway whatever we'll put the photos of the dave an eye in the cockpit and also dave in the blue city cafe bar wearing a really nice save the mad dogs t-shirt so of a sounds like a great guy i'd love to meet him well i hope that he'll be at one of these big a PG meet ups at some point and maybe dana can meet up with him when dana is up in the boston area some point all right that is the little meet up that i had add with david was a lot lot of fun end of the show ended the show ended the trip that was on yesterday wednesday afternoon and as i was walking through the concourse i hear somebody say captain jeff and again as i always do i'm thinking what did i do wrong i must be in trouble back to this guy walks up to and just follow us us off the of the premises but met up with rob vizanco is he still here with us in the the the chat room says he has i go excuse me in that position and he was in greenville south carolina he was heading back a to calgary alberta canada nazzal much warmer down here yeah rob why were you just getting i guess he had to go back to work gotta go home yeah it's a very a performance related car manufacturer that has a big facility in the greenville spartanburg area and and so he was was getting some education about various things with those cars i can say it began w worse for BMW batter folks like in in greenville right oh i didn't know that volkswagen plant there to do yoga cool but anyway it was gonna play the FBI card wand glad you didn't robert he is with us in the chat room anyway just a quick conversation with rob as we walked from the south end of the concourse to the middle area of the thing and he had a flight to catch and i had a train to catch so i was very nice talking with you a meeting you rob and hopefully will be able to see you at a AP g. meet up in the future next time i fly in calgary although i don't i think the last time i flew into calgary jerry was in the ninety s when i was a seven twenty-seven first officer so spent a while that i love calgary beautiful the rocky canadian rocky mountains and an and albert just a beautiful beautiful province people eric rude but other than that they're not as candidates yeah the canadians read canadians i've yet to meet one haven't you met liz oh you have a nice one i no i read one i'm confused you say that because he's just compute good buddy teller okay that is all that i can think of i have a trip next week tuesday through thursdays so i'll be able to watch the super bowl on sunday night kind of a big deal here in the US and then i'll be able to recover monday although i probably i don't need any recovery time have i won't drive malfunctioned this year i don't know whose name was shakira so yeah one of them one one of them have wardrobe which line i'm thinking jennifer lopez possibly yes okay and that's about it so i think it might be a good time now for us to head over to the coffee fund and spot and we'll knock that out and let me see if i can find it here it is right here and how much love coffee i love tea i love the AP community coffee and tea and the jaw and me account a kulla the cup where are you dave dave levy should be here singing with me playing your bass guitar or whatever anyway couple of different ways that you can be a financial supporter of the show it's called the coffin contrary or the coffee bar club or whatever you wanna call it and a couple of different ways classic fund and patron patriotic we've had three folks use the plastic method recurring payments or recurring contributions solutions from victor and jason and alistair thank you guys for that and also hey i mentioned mentioned last time i think well a couple of times ago we didn't have any new patrons but we do this time in abundance we have two new producers bob francis and keith whiteman and let's see one two three four new executive producers james mac casey bosso baltimore tony excuse me baltimore tommy and dave gooch of which we were just mentioning who's going to meet up with with nick and the UK so thank you everybody for becoming patrons of the show we do really appreciate it and hopefully you'll.

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"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"And i'm busy trying to get a couple of plane tales in the bag as it were so i don't have to worry of the next coming weeks about producing i've done a couple of cheats lately talking okay about myself which i never liked doing the much tokyo how the people try and get those stop but that's it for me so well you never need worry about doing those neck i we love them but you know don't put so much pressure on yourself to always have one ready for the show what is it it is that what we to do yeah that's what i'm trying to say if you're reading in between lines yeah don't worry about you know just getting jail yeah no no no no just as everybody knows it's one of the best parts of the the show if not the other than the end hopefully quite speaking of dave gooch you'll hear his name name soon when i talk about the coffee found is a a new patron of the show so that's cool any who let's see the as a mitre i think i ladies and gentlemen are here with one of our coffee fund cadre members coffee eh bar club members david liebe or dave lieb and we've been just having a great time here memphis tennessee and ironically we were talking about the the genesis of the of the show and for those of you who have listened to the show for a very very long time may a remember that i started the podcast back in i think it was september of two thousand nine i did it on a layover in a happen to as really ironic because we are sitting at the bar of the holiday inn in memphis tennessee and this is where i actually recorded my very first aviation podcast catholic pilot back in two thousand nine and this this is where david is staying now we are micro stays now a little bit a few blocks north at the sheraton but you know honestly i really really wish that we were back here at the holiday because a a stayed here probably tens or maybe even hundreds of nights in my thirty one year career at acme airlines though it's it's kind of bittersweet actually but anyway david who is lives in the boston area was looking at the schedule on the we'll see what do we call it the AP community calendar and notice that i was going to be flying lying from atlanta to memphis this morning the twenty seventh of january and he said i'm looking forward to had just happened to be looking at my twitter feet and i saw somebody tweet i'm looking forward to riding on the mad dog from atlanta memphis this morning and i went what's this about and i immediately recognized your name david because as i mentioned he's a coffee fund qadri member ah classic method and i thought that's cool so i communicated with him and said well let's is there a meet up plan and i said no that my my schedule's wide open for today where we all i did this morning was live from atlanta here left atlanta around what was was about nine thirty ish got here about nine thirtyish with the one hour time change and i said i don't have anything on my schedule at all today and why don't we plan as you know if you have the if your schedule's open why don't we plan on meeting up for like a late lunch early dinner and so that's what we did so we have already in gorged ourselves with amazing using memphis ribs at the blue city cafe and man if you're if you're ever visiting memphis in a really enjoy enjoy a barbecue especially ribs i think that the blue city cafe is the place to go so we had some great beer and awesome ribs and great seafood gumbo and really good local IPA's and and so we walked from over there to over here are much quieter here in the in the hotel bar area we're not sitting directly underneath a television and good in here it's kinda quiet nice good for recording absolutely and dave knows a lot about recording his a studio musician and so we have been having just the best time at least i have can't speak for him just talking about so many things that we share a passion for flying obviously but also music and i you know if you've listened to the show for any period of time you know that when i was in highschool musicals of very very big part of my life and i was thinking that you know ideally i'd i'd become a studio musician i finally realized that to be a studio musician you have to be like in the in the top half percent of of the like the ninety nine point five percentile of talented musicians in my opinion anyway i just figured ads not gonna probably happen for me so i i decided to go with the the flying gig instead but i'm always impressed with people like dave who is a what did you call a multi instrumentalist he plays at all what do you play piano keyboards so all kinds of keyboard instruments synthesizers hammond organ qatar all guitars acoustic electric bass percussion and i sing i've heard him sing a just a couple of little snippets here and there tonight yeah he has he has a great voice much better than mine hammond i love the hammond so playing oregon is so much different front than playing a piano isn't it it really is it's it's a different beast altogether and i grew up primarily piano player and i learned in in the studio from guys who really knew how to play the hammond b three organ that's the one with all the draw bars than the two keyboard layers if you don't know what that is you've you've heard it it's on a gazillion zillion records and it's used worldwide by the started from the church they said they were church organs and then some people started pulling them out on recording studios and it became make the sound what did they call the thing that makes the the classic hammond sound it's kinda like shelly or what is it called the leslie speaker yet the li it's a rotating speaker so it has really really affect again something that you've heard a thousand times and you know your whole life and all sorts of music and and no one knows how it's created but it's a speaker that revolves around and you know just it's a mexico slow sums it goes fast in i don't think it quite goes as fast as the fan and the engine but it gets it gets up there probably not yeah probably not several several thousand rpm the other is probably a self-described destruct but anyway as you can tell i'm really excited to be talking music with dave he went to berkley school of music which is like a very it's a world renowned school and dana he's he's living up in the in the boston area he said he just missed spending time watching that that last sad patriots game this past this season but he had his schedule didn't allow him to come down down to philly yeah he was in new york at the time he said anyway so i you you guys are kindred souls man i know that you can share some some good stories about living a boss he's from newark new jersey originally or that area so anyway so i'm gonna stop hogging the microphone let dave talk a little bit more and then we'll wrap it up so that we don't take up the entire show all right yeah it's been great hanging out with captain jeff down here in memphis this was definitely planned this for a while when i saw the calendar i said this worked out with my schedule that i was going to be getting away this week and heading on the florida i decided to take a pretty severe detour and it's been well worth it because i grew up a complete aggie kyo love aviation my whole life growing up in the suburbs of new jersey i lived on the approach path to newark and always saw the planes flying in and used to go used to travel a lot even very very young than international travel i told you my father was a college professor so he dragged us on vacations sends all summer the all the time so de la flying as a kid in the eleven and as far as being pilot i'm not a pilot though i've had a few hours you know in one seventy two and a diamond DA twenty you sound like a pilot i would say that you're a student pilot yes but i i haven't achieved the you know i remember that exactly anyway it's been it's it's been wonderful and i'm really i'm really glad i was able to bring you back to your roots jeff being right here and i just you know i i stay holiday inn downtown was look like a place to stay and i didn't realize i pick such a historic location for you and bring you back to catholic pilot guide number one right here anyway it's been it's been great i love memphis it's been too long so it's been here so it's been great.

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Not normally although we at acme we see them i'm in the parking lot not a good no burn situation there probably move on from that quickly yes yeah that was my those weekend and just been back at work and trying to catch up on sleep in life and everything else that i need to get out flying soon because i have not what does that in a long time but my schedule here starting tonight i know they've noticed i know it's been bad looking at my schedule for february to get out and get back in the swing of things so sounds excellent i look forward to have you take me up flying someday that would be fun and then she'll jump found levy to the air pilot i might be able to experience all right well good any anything any big plans for you between now and the next week yeah i have to surprisingly another trip for me but this time it's a family related business down to florida okay yeah all right well good let's see nick how about you sir i gotta keep this this show and sweet the last show i did mention that after the during the sei whale aviation museum electric gave i met one on this it's now obviously i was trying to recruit the entire room to becoming listeners obviously some of them will be tuning in but neil holding has actually written in to say i was the blake you you met and thank you very much of friday and nail and he we chatted for a short time fun sadly was a little bit busy and you'd never have enough time with these things but he did right say how much enjoyed the talk which is obliged each to do since he's a distant and it was great to meet you a also talked of south african ways seven forty seven they held a doug incident which might make possible plain tales i thank you for that suggestion guide to take a look at that and see on that by the way is number fourteen in the feedbacks to do that i was just gonna i was writing a private note go get that feedback so thanks very much indeed for giving mia name again my apologies for forgetting and the other blake i'm glad i bump into i hope over the weekend is a huge lose all of our listeners he's seven thirty seven palm in the states but he is his family come from up north a little way in he's visiting them i'm only way through and he said any chance we get together so i think we try and touch base on sunday and he might come down here and taken to my local for sunday rice which sounds like fun such you can make it a of a dave and if you're anywhere near atlantic can you bring a pair of the offense scope a pair of airbus that i'm trying to get hold of i if you come semi send me an email jeff airline pilot guy dot com and let me know where you live and i can if we have enough time all send them to you and then we'll be lucky because i think he's probably depositing ching tomorrow forget it anyway i'll try and rotate my tape recorder so i can recode dulcet tones ends and find out a little about him other than that not everything's fine a bit quiet quiet here.

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"A great fan of competition i think whilst boeing airbus can leapfrog each other in technology l. but continue to strive to work to better they are the company and they will be competitive with prices and at makes a very healthy both the industry i despair the idea that one or other of those two manufacturers would get such dominant get into such a dominant position asian that they can control what happens in the industry so i this is really good news i think that in most cases competition is a good thing a bow and i go i'd love to fly on this actually to see what it looks like and how it works and it does look a very elegant aeroplane kapernick you mentioned the the use extended use of composites and that's really the reason they were able to do this new wing as because the previous wings were aluminum and not composite or mostly aluminum and i guess this new wing is it's much more composite material lighter and they were able to extend the the wing doing the winglets high aspect ratio which means it's a very efficient you know if you look at the wing of a glider very long thin because aspect ratio gives high levels of lift and low levels of drag and that's the kind of wing they've gone for so i think from that one of you it's going to be a really good performing at craft interesting of the ana mentioned the same thing that i was going to when you watch the video of taking off jeff i realize it's probably very light at takeoff bumped a it barely rotated when the main gear will off the ground and i know detected an extremely flat attitude for landing as well what do you think that's about do you think that's going to be normal across i don't know it might have something to do with the fact as you mentioned the very light you know they they had enough fuel to go up and fly it for what two or three hours i believe but i'm not sure i i'm thinking mostly because it was a light as we know nobody right it's just that i'm used to sing i line as pitch young taylor twelve degrees but full gear come off the the news will have hobby lifted commentators were saying i think the property right is they used quite conservative conservative rightaid speeds i suspect getting mighty of margin in which case it was probably faster than it would be flying at rotate that would be normal wall perations when they've got a il find down right it's just that the lightning speed as well perhaps it was a bit higher that it.

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"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Airport terminal gates because of the fact that the wings are so so wide and so what but boeing thought of was but let's try to make this a bigger wingspan get a little bit more lift and but still make it such such that it can still use the gates that are in most abundance out there basically the the same kind of footprint or or wing print or whatever you wanna call it as a regular triple seven and so they came up with this idea of course now nick is very familiar with airplanes that be probably flown some who's that their wings actually folded up i'm guessing i don't know have you have the phantom in the whole night had wingfield systems mm s- so many and i think it's quite elegant solution to make sure that this aircraft can operate from all the episode acidini existing triple seven ten because one of the drawbacks of the three eighty is that there aren't that many efforts where it can operate from and you don't want to have an crop with such big wingspan that you'll limited on diversions and places you can actually go to is rather defeats feature the object to this is this is a good idea i i like this idea i'm i'm sure the technology on how and when it folds has been well thought out engineer engineer and of course i'll have to close i into regular inspections that mechanism to make sure that this fatigue because it's obviously a fatigue not point that will occur.

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"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Affiliates with the pilot curt deeds who worked at the island and express helicopter company with zanoyan i said he considered zoya in a friend and a trustworthy pilot and let's see according to the FAA's okay as pilot certification certification database sablan is an instrument rated or instrument certified pilot who earned his commercial pilot's license in two thousand seven he is also a certified flight instructor instrument instruction for helicopter pilots the database also shows oh boy was up-to-date on FAA required annual the medical exams and this was as a i think june of last year probably last tommy got a a medical certificate so yeah i'm sad story hoping that we'll find out more information about what actually happened here and hopefully we'll be able to learn from yes we always say we want more information formation about things and then a lot of times we just don't get it because the nature of the incident is not high profile enough this is one where we were where we will certainly have a lot more information in the weeks and months munster come i think agreed interesting actually did not know this um for special via far for fixed wing pilots if you are requesting special via far at nighttime you have to be instrument rated and have an aircraft that is iof are equipped but that same at least pilots being i have our certified that is is not a requirement for rotary wing at night i did not know that but we should say i don't think that this night no this this was just planning that i learned i didn't know that either that makes sense it's makes more sense for for helicopter to make sense regarding the the fixed wing thing for you know if you're going to be doing this at night then you had best be instrument rated and the airplane instrument instruments qualified or certified oh okay yeah i can't imagine doing specialty far the why not just do far and a lot of people based on about this accident why not why didn't he display i well the facility that he was going into was not an airport or a or a special pelling helipad that has like an instrument approach procedure to it so at some point i mean he could have started i guess yes i am i bet i guess he didn't need to he was clearly via far until he got up toward the toward the mountains basically and that's when he would have had to transition transition of specialty afar or just land at a an airport in just told the passengers you need to take taxi era a new wbur to you go the rest of the distance and you know i'm sure i guess that's the part of the problem flying high personalities you know well impo- scientists around you don't don't let them down you wanna get to the destination there's probably a time a window they need to be there and there is a lot of commercial pressure to get the job done because you know you don't let these people down now whereas if he'd been there on his own property would have down there not turn turn round and go buy land somewhere else or just said do another day so that's a difficult thing and that may be an aspect that wave will end up considering find out more about it i'm sure that has to be some factor in this whole thing by the way fabien thank you told us that the eurocopter actually became airbus helicopter so we were both right though at yeah yeah i didn't know if it was one of those but i knew i mean nine wasn't it was a sikorsky but i was talking about our and he was checked out on that on the chapter on i guess okay you know just trying to keep it above fifty percent you know which is a nasa struggle somewhere in the vicinity something close the the next item here yes i love the headline serene aircraft slides onto highway after pilot mrs runway this is is he's really missing the runway in the picture i don't either no were you able to see some of the videos oh man such i mean people listeners please do check the show notes and make sure that you see if you haven't already seeing the the one where they're well let me tell you what happened first and then we'll get to the video and iranian passenger plane ended up belly down which is the best way i think preferable yeah in the middle of highway after reportedly skidding off the runway during a botched i landing that's a good description botched landing two of the one hundred thirty six passengers on board suffered leg injuries in the incident in the city of a musher medic said the caspian airlines mcdonnell-douglas MD eighty-three was flying there from tehran state tv quoted a provincial aviation official as saying that the pilot landed the aircraft to light and this caused him to miss the runway so i'm assuming what they mean is they probably landed too far down the runway and didn't have enough brunswick left at the end to keep it on the runway and exited the runway and i guess on the outskirts or per free of the airport in on this very busy looks like at least a four lane highway big road at college boola vont which boulevard racist i'm very nice yes let's they're playing in a boulevard it's he did he did park the airplane without any landing gear left on it a reporter who was on board the aircrafts that the back wheel of the of the plane had broken off the back wheel you gotta have that back wheel yeah and and the plane had skidded on its fuselage all the wheels on based on what i saw on the video anyway so on this one video is so funny because i mean i i can say funny because nobody nobody died and i don't think anybody was seriously injured except for maybe the the egos of the pilots but the the front door is open people are just walking off the airplane like they were planning like a normal flying kick luggage you come back they're just others around the world these people going there does all walking away i'm picking up we're here we arrived at our destination grab a cabin work i guess if you checked your bags than and i'm assuming that they're looking for a ride to the terminal so they can get their well wait a minute electric's is still on boorda's excellent never mind anyway berry very amusing video so check it out very very fortunate that really no one was hurt here really only on the plane but i mean on the highway yeah that's kind of your landing deep do you have anything else an information elam videos i wonder if this is i haven't looked on aviation herald to see if simon has has given us any more information about it have you all been why don't we do that right now while we're while we're talking bauer kind of just hanging out with each other talking aviation let me pull up the aviation herald old which is my favorite website for the sort of thing and.

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"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"They were leaving john wayne orange county airport and flying up to the mamba ombu center a sports center up in thousand oaks and on the morning of sunday this past sunday and they a the weather wasn't great it was kinda foggy and low visibilities marginal VF are yes area right yeah very marginal and i guess this is kind of a normal thing for kobe bryant and his daughter and family to at least this helicopter to do the sort of thing in addition to kobe and his daughter there were also but but seven others i think nine total one pilot and then eight passengers and we'll talk a little bit more about some of the others who are on this terrible tragic crash but anyway they encountered some poor weather as they approached burbank van nuys airport north of LA and had to wait and hold for a bit so allow some IRR traffic into burbank in some traffic to take off out of van is and then they were allowed to continue and apparently under special the f. r. clearance at this time following major roadways interstate five the not sure if it was a US or a california highway eighteen and then he has plan plan was to pick up the one and then finally make that last little bit of the trip over to the facility in thousand oaks and unfortunately they're still not sure exactly what's happening but i think a lot of people have some made some pretty good guesses what what what happened to him some great videos out there by the way again i'll mention one brown his blog alirio channel does a very nice job of kind of explaining.

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"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

"Models called the x two and the x twenty six P. and it continues to sell them but last year it released. It's I knew Taser. In five years one. It promises will be the most effective ever. I went to Fort Worth Texas to see it in action. A group of teaser. Instructors runs practice. Israel's in the ballroom of a conference center there are retired Chicago. Cop May Mike Part of pillow. Barks orders as they fire life-size targets bearing the image of a comic book villain. The character is a computer. Hacker called iron. Rose appears in the graphic novel created as part of its marketing campaign for the brand a new teaser center threat to cure weapons. Don't those two cartridges. The company calls this Exxon Academy boot camp. It's it's part training session part sales pitch and there's also some time for questions. Anybody Carl Johnson teaser. Instructor from a small Texas city called Saginaw GonNa ask the first one saying that tasers seventy three course and everything. The talked about the pluses to order some of the issues when it comes to the layman's term. But the power he wants to know whether the tasers seven does anything to address what he says are the power issues with the previous generation of Tasers the models that put out less electricity. Johnson doesn't mention this but an officer from his department shot and killed a man a couple years earlier after a lower powered tasers failed to subdue him resolve. That way I can put it is.

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"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

"Teaser is a loose acronym of the book. Tom Swift and his electric rifle today. A single company accent has a monopoly on producing pacers in the US and most cops carry them but the problem is tasers often. Don't work the way police expect them to today on reveal will looking at why that happens with colleagues at APM reports correspondent Curtis Gilbert finds out how Exxon cornered the taste of market get. What's happened since then? Rick Smith was in his early twenties fresh out of business school when he decided to go into the electrical weapons business. Hello I'd like to thank you for purchasing an air. Tasers the intelligent choice for self-defence. I'd would also like to welcome you into my home. This video is said here because the tasers made my home a safer place and the purpose of this video to help you make your home a safer place as in one thousand nine hundred ninety four at the time. Another company called teaser. Tron was still selling tasers based on Jack covert original design in owned the patents and had the exclusive right to sell tasers to police departments in the US so air Taser went after the consumer market. I mean right now. This is Scott. I'm in the park club nine from a girlfriend. We've just subdued an attack with an error page. We're getting the hell allowed here. You have just with Luke Future of self defense. Dark Age is over but it turned out everyday. Citizens weren't that interested in arming themselves with electrical weapons as Smith explained at an event in Phoenix a few years ago by nineteen ninety ninety eight things were looking grim. We had to cut two thirds of the company fire. You know most of the people that work they're going to you know starvation mode but a whole new mark was about to open up for Smith the patents that were preventing him from selling his tasers to. US police were expiring. It could be a huge opportunity. There was just one problem. The yearly Tasers were unreliable and not very effective. When Smith demonstrated the Air Taser on volunteers? He would hand them a fake knife and tell them to try to fight through the effects of the electricity to attack the camera and some of them were able to do it in order to compete with Taser. Trans Smith needed to make a weapon. That.

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"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

"Arms are going much. I remember by setback. I know someone said get back back it back. He's moving fast. We did not expect. ooh That fast out on the street. The deputy chief is still talking to reporters. She's in mid-sentence the gunshots. That's ring out the cameras Pan Up to the open window on the building second story. The can't see it but phil is on the floor. Dying bullet holes in his chest fi groin and abdomen. He also Oh has six smaller marks on his body. The kind tasers leave behind chief. Del Pozzo says another one of his officers fired one just a moment before the gunshots. Pat's by the time we were done with this encounter. Unfortunately the room was just a crisscross. Massive Taser Wires Phil Story is like hundreds of others all over the country train. Police ended up shooting someone after their teasers prove ineffective. APM reports found more than two hundred fifty cases that followed the same plotline over just a three year period. Tasers failed to resolve the situation and then police resorted to firearms and in more than one hundred of those cases people became more aggressive after an officer fired. A Taser at them had the tasers ineffective many of those people might still be alive in some cases. It's obvious why the Taser didn't work because one or both of the electrified darts missed their target. But with many of the shootings it's much murkier. The darts hit they. Just don't do much and the investigators don't spend much time trying to figure out why why they tend to focus on the bullets that proved fatal. Not The tasers the proved ineffective. That.

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"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

"Well tasers worked. Eighty to ninety five percent effective in the field annex on claim that during testing it's Tasers were effective ninety nine even in a hundred percent of the time but police have found it in the field. They don't work nearly that well. It's not that tasers or malfunctioning. That hardly ever happens but they often failed to subdue suspects and some police departments officers say that happens almost half the time. APM reports a team of investigative negated journalists at American public media spent a year looking at what happens when tasers fail. All the correspondent. Curtis Gilbert. I brought a story back in. May he begins by taking us to Burlington Vermont and before we get started. We should warn you that. This story contains some violent scenes and disturbing language when Lynn Martin moved to Burlington in two thousand fourteen. Her income was low enough she qualified for public housing. She was lucky to find an apartment right downtown. It was in a four story brick building built at the turn of the century. It was once a candy factory. The South Square apartments cater to senior citizens and people with disabilities but lynn soon discovered. She was in the minority. There she was one of the few people on floor not dealing with major mental health. The problems five of the people had very significant issues. And there are two of us. Who didn't did you know it was going to be like that when you moved in or was it? Did it kind of come as a surprise. Visit a little startled all to find. It was quite that that identity in the population and by the way ahead. No problems with anybody other than Phil. I just wanted to be very clear about that Phil. Brennan lived right across the hall from Lynn and he suffered from a host of mental health problems including paranoia and disorder related to schizophrenia. You know he would talk to the walls and he started at like four or five o'clock in the afternoon and would quiet. Finally maybe eleven o'clock at night and then it would start up again at like five o'clock in the morning it would be like. Oh you people know I'd do that. Stop bothering me. Stop talking to me. I mean he you know just talked walls walls. In the winter of two thousand fifteen fills conditions started to get worse just about everyone noticed it. His daughter his psychiatrist Kaya Tryst and perhaps most of all the other people in his building one day. Lynn was sitting in her apartment when she heard fill out in the hallway. And this time and it wasn't the walls he was yelling at. It was one of his neighbors.

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"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

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04:15 min | 2 years ago

"tasers" Discussed on Reveal

"Don't those two cartridges the company calls this Exxon academy boot camp, it's part training session part sales pitch. And there's also some time for questions. Anybody Carl Johnson? Yes. A teaser instructor from a small Texas city called Saginaw asked. The first ones, you know, saying that tasers seventy three horse and everything. Talked about the pluses to it or does some of the issues when it comes to the. Layman's term, but the powers he wants to know whether the tasers seven does anything to address what he says are the power issues with the previous generation of tasers the models that put out less electricity. Johnson doesn't mention this. But an officer from his department shot and killed a man a couple years earlier after a lower powered tasers failed to subdue him. Resolve that. The volume down on the effectiveness of the device. No matter where folks were for the short answer is the power level in each pulse hasn't changed. But the tasers seven concentrates that power in shorter more intense bursts, and it puts out more those bursts every second Exxon's weapons director, Shane page tells Johnson that'll make them more effective or just making sure that the electricity that we are delivering is delivered more often in terms of buses, so not more, but more often and more effectively. Exxon has changed something else about the tasers seven. It's range in the past. It's tasers were designed to take down someone from across a pretty big room. But to get those long ranges. There was a trade-off tasers didn't have as dramatic effect on people when they were fired up close. The problem is up close is where cops typically used as IRS. So how do you make teaser that works better? In closer quarters. Well, remember, those little darts that get fired from the taser one of them flies street. And the other one is angled slightly downward. The darts have to spread at least a foot apart before they hit to reliably stop someone. The officer fires at closer range, the darts. Don't have time to spread out one way to solve that is to adjust the angle the darts. Leave the weapon from this. To this. So the spread apart faster. And that's exactly what the new tasers does. Exxon says it will reliably take down people as close as four feet away compared to seven or even nine feet for its earlier models. But it turns out this new idea wasn't so new after all is it through that door. It is through that door. It is actually a vault. The Buchan museum in Minneapolis maintains a huge collection of artifacts all somehow related to both electric city and the human body. The vault is where curator Adrian Fisher keeps all the items that won't fit in the display cases. So we have a lot of electricity generators we have Leyden jars in here we have early kind of parlor game devices little static merry go round carousels and things like that. And this is the Heyzer it's not just any taser. It's a T F one. The very first teaser ever produced we acquired actually in nineteen seventy five we bought it. Just like any customer would Fisher wears white gloves. As he carefully removes it from the box, the Tf one is made of drab grey, plastic. It's part firearm part flashlight the latest supposed to help with aiming and below that are the square holes where the darts come out. Can I take a look at? Yes. Touch or. Yeah. It's in the back. So it's okay to touched. Otherwise, we use gloves. It turns out that the Tf one fired. It starts at the same angle as Exxon's new tasers seven and teasers with that design..

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