35 Burst results for "Third Degree"

Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 d ago

Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former Minneapolis police officer's murder verdict has been reversed in an Australian woman's death the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the third degree murder conviction Wednesday of a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman in twenty seventeen while responding to her nine one one call the Supreme Court said the charge of third degree murder or depraved murder against Mohammed nor did not fit the circumstances of the case nor was convicted of third degree murder and the second degree manslaughter in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond the ruling means the murder conviction will be overturned and nor will be sentenced on the manslaughter count with more than twenty eight months served if the manslaughter sentences the presumptive for years he could be eligible for supervised release around the end of this year hi Mike Rossio

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R&B Singer Jaheim Hoagland Charged With Animal Cruelty After Dogs Found in Water-Filled Crates

The Breakfast Club

01:00 min | Last week

R&B Singer Jaheim Hoagland Charged With Animal Cruelty After Dogs Found in Water-Filled Crates

"Rb singer hime. He was arrested for animal cruelty after allegedly. They were starving dogs in his house in new jersey. He's been charged with third degree animal cruelty and failure to provide necessary care to an animal on monday. They said officers responded to a report of a puppy in distress. That's when they discovered six dogs in separate animal crates on the driveway and they said the animals were partially. The crates were partially filled with several inches of water. Dog feces and one dog was found unresponsive. So they said the They also found nine more dogs He had already been arrested on an unrelated matter outside of his home. Police did find nine more dogs in various stages of emaciation without access to food and water inside the residence so in total they recovered twelve mixed breed pit bull terriers a to american staffordshire. Terriers and one mixed breed boxer. Why do you want somebody would have that many dogs. Not careful by why. What's the purpose of having to install them as

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Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

Chicks in the Office

01:46 min | Last month

Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

"It looks like travis barker is flying again first time since plane crash. Two thousand eight. He was spotted getting on kylie air whenever you want to call it. Kylie's private plane with corny. kris jenner. Core gamble going from la to kabo in this. I mean this. Is you ch- and i feel like groups. The connection that travis and courtney have because he never getting on a plane again. Yeah this is insane. I mean it's huge. Because i'm glad he took that step. Obviously it's a very scary thing when you're involved in an accident like that could be really hard to probably take that first step on. I'm sure it wasn't easy at all. But i feel like it proves how serious corinthian are and the love that they have each other in the trust that they have because he has to trust them according so much to be like. You know what you're right. I'm gonna get on this airplane. Everything's gonna be fine and they're going to have a great trip now. And i'm i'm happy for them. There isn't really much to say about this. Besides it's a very big step for him. And i guess for their relationship as well. Yeah i think people really also forget how bad that plane crash was either. Like you were fan and travis burger. Now you are kind of getting involved because of him dating corny but he travis barker was in that plane crash was covered in jet fuel on fire. He was left with third degree burns on sixty five percent of his body three months in the hospital. Twenty six surgeries skin. Grafts like really really really bad and of course like made sentence if he was like i never wanna get on on a plane again. But he's willing to do it for

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"third degree" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"third degree" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"So poke queuing up in lime street in vita land when liverpool has the english port city of liverpool has a rich history. The group who've confirmed fantastic. Rest to start him. Senator and liverpool into britain's answer to any trends from across the atlantic long before the beatles made it famous again it was considered the british empire's second city with its vast. Docs it had grown rich from the trans atlantic trade in wool and machinery and it should be said from the trade in slaves in two thousand four it's history past opulence earned it a listing as one of unesco's world heritage sites distinction. That's just been taken away. So the world heritage committee of unesco. Un body has voted to delete liverpool and its waterfront from its list of world jewish sites. I think we'll house is the economists british political correspondent. This obviously is a blow to the city and yet the response to it. I think is going to be more muted than you might expect to. I guess the first question is why liverpool is on unesco's list in the first place so there's an interesting history to this. Unesco listing really was a return to pump for liverpool which had gone through some really extraordinary difficult supervisor by the thousand nine hundred and the really was said to have been on the brink aid suffered from the cops of his talks and its manufacturing which sent unemployment soaring. Riots erupted july nineteen eighty one. Eight days of rioting sobel than seventy buildings. Demolished open down in liverpool and Has enormous confrontation with margaret thatcher's government. She was urged by chance that the city into into managed decline to really. It was a pretty broken place since undergone this really remarkable rene some regeneration leads bonsai culture arts music to and also lots of money coming in from enterprise from the european union from the british government. Which really has supported it's sector and now the elba. Dogs are fantastic place where they really celebrate the history of the beatles the maritime heritage and some of these magnificent municipal buildings from the ports heyday have been restored. Serving decision really recognized. Lippo's role is the second city of the british empire. It's really grim. Role as the engine of slave trade and the beach was more recently but what has changed since then. That has apparently changed. Unesco's mind sued. This relationship really started. -sego quite solid quite quickly and it is the story. I think of attention between a city ambitious and continuing to want to grow and a heritage body who's trump is effectively to preserve sites so only eight years after the listing so this by twenty twelve liverpool on its long list of sites which are in danger and issue was with development of plans for skyscrapers full flats for offices along the derelict's dogs which really have some rusting fifty and the breaking point. I think came with plans for a new stadium for everton football club which is gonna sit atop this crumbling. Waterfront to the north of the city. Where the dogs were which was unanimously approved by the city now unesco's completely unacceptable. It says it spotted series deterioration of Heritage value and our city leaders asked for unesco come and visit before. They made the decision but that is not to have moved them and decisions going ahead. And you mentioned that. The unesco decision wouldn't be met with derision one might expect. I mean why not us. I think this is really interesting. So we know. In much of britain in many bibi's growth and development is increasingly unpopular mute towers often met with stiff opposition for people who feel that it's sporting nephew. So you might think that a big decision like this would cause serious scandal and finger-pointing locally. But when i was up in different that wasn't the mood at all now. The council didn't want to lose this but they weren't willing to put a freeze on development as the price of keeping the designation and a lot of people in the city were quite happy to see the back of unesco's listing but that tension between heritage and history and the desire for growth must be pretty common on the unesco list here. These tensions that are present elsewhere. Yes i think they all and one thing that city leaders nipples that to me. Is this risks. Being in difficult precedent. Full unesco is they have to get themselves in the business of deleting areas from list. Because there's been.

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"third degree" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:26 min | 2 months ago

"third degree" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"The sun's energy back out into space and artificially cool the planet in that way. I don't think anybody wants it to come to that. Point them thanks very much for joining us. Catrine thank you jason. In april two thousand nineteen sudan toppled ruthless dictator omar al-bashir after months of protests against his rule after the ousting a power-sharing pact was struck between protest leaders and the military generals who had tossed mr bashir out now elections are scheduled for two thousand twenty four giving sudan. Its third attempt at democracy since it gained independence from britain in nineteen fifty-six but tasked with shepherding the country toward that vote or three men with differing histories and competing. Agendas will you have to start with general abdolfattah button. Who's defacto president. And he's a sort of traditionalist stool wall to the old regime. Tom gardner is the economists. At avoca correspondent he recently visited sudan's capital khartoum to meet with the three leaders. Then there is about a dog. he's a former. Un economist was appointed by protest leaders in two thousand and one thousand nine hundred and the third man who's sort of their defacto vice president is mohammed hamdan. Dayglo who's better known as committee and he's a former camera sled and wallowed. He rose to prominence under bashir as the commander of notorious militia known as the weed. So as you can see that rather unlikely bedfellows. but it's the struggle for primacy between these three men which is likely to determine the fate of sudan's fragile transition to democracy and you've been speaking to all three of these unlikely bedfellows. Yes oh. I visited khartoum and i was fortunate enough to interview all three of them. They were all very keen to stress. Unity who gets you wanted to. One of the shootings have raised. Is beijing assigned. This is one of the biggest ship. Certain it's true. There have been some real successes in the past. Two years notably a historic peace agreement signed last october with armed groups in darfur and to region southern the repeal of repressive low such as one which the tourists banned women from wearing revealing clothing and more recently the restoration of full ties with both america and israel. However it isn't rosy as they like to make outs how do you mean what what is it. The the challenges this idea of unity. Well mister dog. The prime minister was a bit more candidate and revealing in his comments. He did warn of a deep political crisis. Which could derail the transition if left unchecked and he divided these challenges in three. I is division among civilian leaders of him. Mr ham doc is one since two thousand nineteen thousand nine hundred. They've been organized under a brood. I'm umbrella called. The forces for freedom change managed dictatorship but immediately after that started seeing some cracks and divisions within the second challenge is raining in the military. Doc says he had very frank discussions with the generals eliana about the army's excessive power in the economy. We have been booming needed by the immediately. We need that needs to let go on very and see how we could have very kaliev idea about the role of the the military politics two years later however little has changed. General bud handy. The defacto president claimed to me that the army now had no influence in the economy. But the reality is it has if anything expanded its grip firms which used to belong to to miss the bush's family for instance have been swept up by the military so power-sharing than among civilian leaders and reigning in the military's role are the the first two challenges. What's the third. The third challenge is fragmentation within the armed forces themselves sudan on the bashir was notorious for the kind of mosaic of different armed groups. Rebel groups but also within the full mommy as well you had a militia for instance created by this year as a counterweight to the army and the national intelligence which was called the rapid support forces that has his own command structure. Its own sources of finance. And that's under the command of hamilton. Miss diallo as part of the power-sharing deal he's supposed to integrate these forces into the army that would mean seating scientists power however general assured me that this will happen in the right time loser but team is the insist. It's already happened. Whatever he's under the command of how we learn is by. Do you think that jostling for power has potential to spill into violence. Yes so fish. This could happen in june. In fact when the rsf the rapid support forces and the army began barracking respective headquarters in khartoum with sandbags according to one observer. We're at the point web. They could have been killing each other in the streets however talk between general bohannon mr. Douglas have since come nubs at his. But big questions. Remain about mr doug. Few down here has presidential ambitions of his own. The army regards him as something of a threat but that said he's flirting starting to look a little shaky. He's lost some of his patrons in the gulf. Recently the saudis the morality's no longer have as much use for him. They used to pay for thousands of his foot soldiers. The fighting that war in yemen for instance. So how do you think all of these competing forces are going to play out. What what chance for a peaceful transition of power in those twenty twenty four elections. Well it's the million dollar question really miss. The hammock said to me. Saddam has never had a successful transition. It's always been dominated by the military since independence in nineteen fifty-six. It's had to go twice now. As sort of military assisted transition to democracy like this and failed both times the constitutional conference with allow us an opportunity of very discussion. All military ended up in the political life of the country so looking at it. Historically the precedents particularly promising. However i'd like to leave you with a more optimistic note and that's from a man called yasser arman who's a renowned rebel leader. The turned political adviser to the prime minister. Who said to me. The revolution isn't dead. It runs really deacon to sudanese society which means if.

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"third degree" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:53 min | 2 months ago

"third degree" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"In young joe in china's province of henan more than a dozen people are dead after floodwaters filled subway tunnel elsewhere in the province. An explosion at a chemical plant that had become inundated. Floods throughout central china forced thousands to evacuate in germany. Nearly half a billion dollars of aid has been approved. After extreme rains there caused flooding the took about two hundred lives and he more are still missing. In india's metropolises of delhi and mumbai floods and landslides in america's pacific northwest wildfires so enormous they're causing air pollution warnings thousands of miles away from california to new mexico and alaska and minnesota for than eighteen hundred square. Miles of land have been torched. Thanks to drought wildfires a remnant in siberia to madagascar. It's the worst drought in decades in new zealand. More floods directly scrubbing these disasters to climate. Change isn't straightforward. But there are undeniably in keeping with the kinds of events that humanity must learn to contend with the paris climate agreement in twenty fifteen aimed to limit warming since industrial times to well below two degrees. That looks evermore unlikely. And every tenth of a degree beyond it brings increased risk and unpredictability of extreme weather. The world has got a taste of in the past week there's been some reading urging progress particularly over the last twelve months or so break is the economists environment. Editor governments have been responding to the pressure and increasing sir promises to cut emissions. They have made a difference to projections for where the climate may stabilize towards the end of the century but ultimately we are still heading for more than two degrees of global warming. How much more depends entirely on your assumptions. So if your looking at government promises you're looking at a broad range from anywhere between one point six degrees of warming but all the way up to three degrees of warming. We should be taking a very serious look at what three degrees of warming looks like. And what does it look like. It doesn't look very good. In terms of the natural world some of the clearest things that happen above two degrees is that all coral reefs basically disappear when you start to approach three degrees that has impacts on fisheries it has impacts on entire nations basically losing the protection that coral reefs provide off their coastline. You also get ice-free summers in the arctic practically every single year and then you start to pass some serious tipping points in terms of losing all of the ice in greenland losing a large part of the ice in antarctica and these have very long term consequences on sea level rise in a sort of meters range. They may be irreversible and then of course there's just the very straightforward impact of the world's being that hard and what that means for humans in particular in the tropics. And what will that look like in the tropics then potentially unbelievably hot. So human bodies. Cool off by sweating but the more humidity is the harder it is to sweat. And so there's this measure that's known as the wet bulb temperature that reflects the combined effect of heat and moisture on the difficulty of keeping cool and once that wet bulb temperature gets around thirty one thirty two. It gets really really uncomfortably hot and difficult to function beyond thirty five. There's a threshold and in it's basically considered lethal to humans now wet bulb. Temperatures in the region of thirty to thirty five. Today are very very rare beyond two degrees of average global warming. Zo you start to see these more regularly particularly in small but very densely populated regions of the indian subcontinent and beyond two and a half degrees definitely at three degrees. I've been told that pretty much. All of the tropics start to see these levels of extreme heat stress for many days weeks or even months every year. But it's important to remember the areas that we traditionally think of as being cool. We'll get a lot hotter too but as you say. The estimates have a great deal of uncertainty. Though it seems we will end up at a place that is uncomfortable. I mean how likely is the three degree. Scenario specifically the world is currently warming roughly point two degrees per decade if we maintain emissions. We're going to be hitting one point five very soon. We're at one point one to one point two right now. We hit two degrees of warming sometime around mid-century and we hit three degrees in the last few decades of the century basically their scientific uncertainties on this there's also huge uncertainties about what human societies decide to do. So if we don't do anything there's one hundred percent on getting to three but it's worth noting even if we do everything the models tell us we need to do in order to have a good chance and in this case that means a sixty six percent chance of avoiding more than two degrees of warming there are uncertainties and that means that you still have a five percent chance of hitting three degrees even more than usual catrine. the picture you're painting here is fairly dire. Are these kinds of studies these kinds of revelations these kinds of thoughts Enough to spur governments to do something more active. I think three degrees would be disastrous. And there's enough of a chance of that happening today from where we said that we should be looking at what it means so that we know what we need to avoid but it is also very true that the progress that's been made in terms of renewable energies etc. That is all very real and we should celebrate those victories but we need to do a lot more if we want to stay within an envelope of warming that is relatively comfortable and i say that bearing in mind the events of the last month's the floods the heat waves and the fires and the real human losses associated with government absolutely need to step up and do even more in terms of near-term promises. What they're going to do in the next decade to cut their emissions long-term mid-century promises are not good enough right now and what does stepping actually mean here a really important part of this. That could have a real impact in the short term is cutting mason emissions which is cheap and which is easy only need to do is basically plug holes in the fossil fuel infrastructure. If you do that now then you potentially gain time or fraction of a degree on the warming. So that's something that you can do today. That can have real impacts in the near term and governments need to be investing quite heavily into negative emissions technologies whether that's artificial trees whether eats carbon capture and storage with bioenergy whether it's just planting more trees probably a combination of all three so that we can sucks to add to the atmosphere at some point the specter of solar engineering also arises where you sort of deployer sun shade to bounce.

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Summer Swelter Trend: West Gets Hotter Days, East Hot Nights

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Summer Swelter Trend: West Gets Hotter Days, East Hot Nights

"And analysis of decades of summer weather data by the Associated Press shows the west is getting roasted by hotter summer days well the east coast is getting swamped by hotter and stickier summer nights state by state average temperature trends from nineteen ninety to twenty twenty show America's summer swelter is increasing more in some of the places that just got baked with extreme heat over the past week California Nevada New Mexico Arizona Utah Oregon and Colorado the west is the fastest warming region in the country during June July and August up three degrees on average since nineteen ninety the north west has warm nearly twice as much in the past thirty years as it has in the southeast the reason climate change is altering and weakening the jet stream those changes allow key whether producing patterns of high and low pressure to stall in place I surely after

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Derek Chauvin Sentencing Set for Today

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Derek Chauvin Sentencing Set for Today

"Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvet faces sentencing later today and the death of George Floyd Eric Chauvin was convicted in April of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for pressing his knee against George Floyd snack the sentence could be as much as thirty years and former federal prosecutor David wine stain things the forty five year old may get something close to that I'm expecting it it's going to be at least a cop and the odd line actually almost as high as the statutory maximum number although he's been convicted of all three counts you can only be seven some of most of the year which is what carries that statutory mac prosecutors are asking for a thirty year sentence while defense attorney Eric Nelson wants probation I surely after

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"third degree" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

The Social-Engineer Podcast

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"third degree" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

"We are here with the most patient guests on the planet earth because we had some technical difficulties morning. Rockie brockway is currently the practice lead for the office of the cfo. Wow that sounds like really formal. And i'm gonna say trusted sec. Which just makes me think of dave and formal in dave. Don't go together but this learn more about that. Twenty eight years of experience and information security business risk rocky you specialize in business risk analysis in the inherent relationships between data assets adversaries and the organization's brand value you provide strategic and tactical advisory services for trusted set clients assisting them in maturing their organization security programs so first of all thank you so much for being here and being patient thank you. It's a pleasure to be on podcast. I'm excited actually to learn a little more about first of all this title even means the practice lead for the office of the cfo for trusted sec. Because that's not something i've heard before. So what is what. Does that even mean church. So so at trust the sec. My role and my team You know really is working close with organizations in kind of that virtual chief information security officer just from an activity perspective Helping organizations further mature their security programs really taking a look at how organizations can better align the the protection of important stuff Really with the business right. So there's so much that from a from an organic security program growth perspective that doesn't know inherently are naturally aligned with you know what the business is actually trying to accomplish. Security tends to be kind of a bubble over here for many organizations and so we we try to break down those barriers help. Organizations help really help organizations at our align all those activities around protecting the important things with the with business need in an requirements.

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Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway

The Social-Engineer Podcast

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway

"We are here with the most patient guests on the planet earth because we had some technical difficulties morning. Rockie brockway is currently the practice lead for the office of the cfo. Wow that sounds like really formal. And i'm gonna say trusted sec. Which just makes me think of dave and formal in dave. Don't go together but this learn more about that. Twenty eight years of experience and information security business risk rocky you specialize in business risk analysis in the inherent relationships between data assets adversaries and the organization's brand value you provide strategic and tactical advisory services for trusted set clients assisting them in maturing their organization security programs so first of all thank you so much for being here and being patient thank you. It's a pleasure to be on podcast. I'm excited actually to learn a little more about first of all this title even means the practice lead for the office of the cfo for trusted sec. Because that's not something i've heard before. So what is what. Does that even mean church. So so at trust the sec. My role and my team You know really is working close with organizations in kind of that virtual chief information security officer just from an activity perspective Helping organizations further mature their security programs really taking a look at how organizations can better align the the protection of important stuff Really with the business right. So there's so much that from a from an organic security program growth perspective that doesn't know inherently are naturally aligned with you know what the business is actually trying to accomplish. Security tends to be kind of a bubble over here for many organizations and so we we try to break down those barriers help. Organizations help really help organizations at our align all those activities around protecting the important things with the with business need in an requirements.

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State Seeks 30 Years for Chauvin; Defense Wants Time Served

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

State Seeks 30 Years for Chauvin; Defense Wants Time Served

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the state seeks thirty years for the former police officer convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd according to court documents filed Wednesday prosecutors are seeking a thirty year prison sentence for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin who was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd but defense attorney Eric Nelson is asking that shall then be sentenced to probation and the time already served Sheldon was convicted in April of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for pressing his knee on Floyd's neck for about nine and a half minutes as Floyd said he couldn't breathe under Minnesota law he will be sentenced on only the most serious conviction second degree manslaughter chauvinist Gadgil to be sentenced on June twenty fifth hi Mike Rossio

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Biden Lied About His Academic Achivements Then, Biden Is Lying About Cutting Taxes Now

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Biden Lied About His Academic Achivements Then, Biden Is Lying About Cutting Taxes Now

"Fairy tale about his massive academic accomplishments. Jim found that during the break, remember this one from 1988 Check this out. I went to law school on a full academic scholarship. The only one in my in my class have a full academic scholarship, went back to law school, and, in fact it up in the top half of my class. I was the outstanding student of the political science department. At the end of the year, I graduated with three degrees from undergraduate school. 165 credits only 123 credits. Yeah, The problem does none of that's true Or maybe 96.2% of it's untrue. I don't know 3.8%. Maybe I'm not really sure. But most of that is, in fact false. His bite is a liar. Well, certainly you did. You're gonna waste the whole segment, telling us what we already know. No, I'm not wasting segment. I'm establishing He's a liar because he's lying to you again about your wallet, and it's going to kick you in the teeth. If Biden's tax hikes go through now. Wants the hike middle class taxes, which we know and I covered on yesterday's show. Trump cut. I used the link to invest in PD a yesterday not a partisan sites and investment sight to show you is a matter of fact that Trump did cut the tax rates. They were quite dramatically for the middle class from 20 to 24% 25 to 22% in 15 to 12% for the upper middle class, middle middle class and lower portion of the middle class. Didn't use a partisan site. That's an investment sight. Your taxes were cut. But Biden, who managed to manages to lie and tell the truth at the same time. If he does, I'm not gonna hike your middle class taxes while simultaneously saying I'm going to get rid of your tax cut. Two contradictory things. He tells another big lie, which is really,

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Appeals Court Hears Case of 3 Ex-Cops Charged in Floyd Death

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Appeals Court Hears Case of 3 Ex-Cops Charged in Floyd Death

"Well arguments are scheduled today in the case of three former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd stuff the Minnesota court of appeals will hear arguments on whether the former officers should face an additional count of aiding and abetting third degree murder Thomas lane J. king into tile or scheduled to go on trial in March on charges of aiding and abetting second degree murder and manslaughter prosecutors wanted to add the third charge following an appeals court ruling in February the three judge panel has ninety days to make a ruling it's possible the judges could rule in favor of the state and send the case back to the lower court to add the charge on my account that

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A Big Recall for Peloton

Talking Tech

02:00 min | 4 months ago

A Big Recall for Peloton

"There was a big recall news this week right. That's right and it was a bit unusual and involving peleton and the co founder and ceo. John fully apologize twice about the situation. What apparently happened was last month. The consumer product safety commission warned consumers with small children. Children are pets to stop using the tread. Plus treadmill after. The fitness company reported a child's death linked to the product but peleton refused to issue a recall of its own at the time and then it opted to do so this week and quit selling the tread plus treadmill and the tread treadmill which had not been widely available in the us but was being sold primarily in uk and canada now overall the voluntary recall coverage about one hundred twenty five thousand tread plus products and one thousand fifty tread devices in the us now owners of the tread plus treadmill which the price of it starts about forty. Three hundred dollars can return the product or they can contact peleton to how the company paid a move. The device to another room supposedly. That'd be a room where children pets wouldn't get near the product and pelivan plans to send a software update in the next few days to tread plus treadmills with a digital pimco. That can be used to lock the device and unlock it. So after you use it it'll automatically lock and then you need a lock diviners correctly. It's also working on modifications to the product. Now the cps see the commission said it had received seventy two reports people. Pets are objects quote being pulled under the rear of the treadmill including twenty nine reports of injuries to children such as second and third degree abrasions. Broken bones and lacerations in quote as for the tread treadmill peleton notified the commission last week about a defect involving a loose touchscreen that can become detached from the device. There have been six reports of the touchscreen falling off but no injuries in the us.

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Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting Derek Sheldon's lawyer seeks a new trial and an impeachment of the verdicts the attorney for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has requested a new trial saying the judge abused the discretion of the court and the verdict should be impeached due to jury misconduct Chauvin was convicted last month of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd attorney Eric Nelson says judge Peter Cahill violated children's right to a fair trial when he denied Nelson's request for a change of venue due to pre trial publicity Nelson also cites Cahill's refusal to sequester the jury for the trial or instruct jurors to avoid all media Nelson's brief does not refer to reports that one of the jurors participated in an August twenty eighth March in Washington DC to honor Martin Luther king junior Floyd's brother and sister addressed the crowd at that March hi Mike Rossio

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Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of the Murder of George Floyd

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of the Murder of George Floyd

"Broken we, the jury in the above entitled Manner as to Count one. Find the defendant. Guilty count too guilty, held three guilty. And with that, Derrick show Vin, convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, one by one. Judge Peter Cahill read the counts and affirmed the Jury's verdict of guilty on charges of second degree murder, third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. Derek Shelvin in a light gray jacket, white shirt and blue tie had on a light blue mask. So his face was indiscernible. There was no apparent reaction from the former Minneapolis police officer as the jury's guilty verdicts were read after the verdict. Bail revoked and Chauvet is taken off to prison and official sentence is eight weeks away. More potential

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The Law Delivered Justice to George Floyd

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

02:09 min | 5 months ago

The Law Delivered Justice to George Floyd

"Time for us to jump on and have a chat to out ABC news journalist Iskander Razzak. Of course, if we're looking at international news, the George Floyd verdict was what we were waiting on around 6 30 this morning glued to the phone to see what was going to happen. Good afternoon, a scandal. Good afternoon. Just center? Yes. Alot of the U. S. Was really waiting to see what happened. And former police Officer Derek Shoven convicted off second degree murder, third degree murder and manslaughter. The most serious of those counts, has a maximum penalty of 40 years. In in prison for the murder of George Floyd May 2020 was when it all happened had Imagine it was it was a year ago. It seems so. So recently yet so far at the same time, I can't believe it was a year ago. Yeah, exactly and let's let's bring her back. I mean, Um, it was all over a $20 alleged suspected counterfeit bills to buy some cigarettes that resulted in this horrendous scene that You know, more than 40. People saw I were called to trial to bear witness as to what they saw and spools hours upon hours of mobile phone vision. In many ways the result was obvious or should have been obvious because of the amount of evidence But in the U. S. Police officers in former police officers seldom get charged for Second degree murder or third degree murder or manslaughter, and even it's even rarer for them to be found guilty. So this is a breakthrough in some ways. George Floyd's family, the brother said, You know I can breathe now we can breathe now. Sort of reflecting the coals. He had that he couldn't brave George Floyd when he was dying. But beyond the joy is, as we said, it's more relief than anything. If this had not bean guilty verdict who knows what would happen in the U. S because the tension building But at the same time It has to be said This isn't the end.

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Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

Pat Walsh

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

"Conviction of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. Murder and manslaughter charges. A jury took a little more than 10 hours to find Children guilty of second degree murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin. This was highly unusual. I mean, it's always clear to prosecutors that quick verdict of fact, fast verdict really hints at an agreement journey for George Floyd's family. Ben Crump, we framed this moment. For all of us, not just for George floor. This is a victory for those who championed humanity over inhumanity. President Biden says the conviction can be a giant step forward for the nation in the fight against systemic racism. He calls on the Senate to pass a police reform bill okay by the House and named for Floyd. So far it is deadlocked in the Senate. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening

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Chauvin convicted on all counts in Floyd death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Chauvin convicted on all counts in Floyd death

"A Minneapolis jury has convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin on all charges in George Floyd's death Floyd died eleven months ago after Chauvin peen Disney on or close to his neck for about nine and a half minutes the now fired officer has been convicted on charges of second degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter the panel of six white and six black or multiracial jurors deliberated about ten hours delivering the verdict at a courthouse surrounded by razor wire in a city full of National Guard troops Minneapolis in cities nationwide had been bracing for unrest following the case that set the country on edge forcing it to re examine racism and policing president Biden had said earlier the case was overwhelming and he hoped the jury would reach the right verdict solder AMAG ani Washington

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WBEZ Chicago

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"third degree" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Murder, third degree murder and second degree. Manslaughter in the courtroom in Minneapolis, Derek Children stood, He placed his hands behind his back. He was handcuffed. He was let out of the courtroom attention now turns, among other things, too, how much prison time he may serve. The judge, Judge Peter Cahill, said sentencing will take place in about eight weeks. Let's go now for some reaction and reporting from NPR's Leila Fadel. She's in Minneapolis. Layla. What? What a day in Minneapolis. Tell me where you are. What kind of reaction you're hearing. So I've stopped outside the courthouse, and basically the streets have filled with honking cars, people carrying flags. Say black lives matter. Somebody's brought out a grill and they've got burgers on the grill. There is a celebratory atmosphere and everyone here those says. You know, it's not a celebration. A man's life was lost. But they also saw justice served and their in their eyes for this man being lost. Um, uh, We're told the president is going to be addressing the nation shortly. So I apologize in advance. Layla, if I have to interrupt you because we wanted to take that live gonna walk us through What happens next. I mentioned the timeline for sentencing. We may know in some weeks, but what kind of time might Derek Children be looking at? I mean, each of his charges carries up to 15 years. The recommended charges for existing between about 12.5 years for each for the each of the murder charges and several years for the manslaughter charge, But the prosecution also asked For more sentencing times because certain certain certain circumstances and stances or fulfilled for that so he could face up to 40 years, depending on what the judge decides. That's something that we'll have to see. And I mentioned we're standing by for the president. We also expect to hear from George Floyd's family. What are we expecting from them tonight? I mean, I think that this is what they wanted. They wanted convictions on every charge. They wanted to see the person that took took their loved one away put in prison. And so we expect to see them speak about that. Everybody here, though, that I talked. You spoke about this being the beginning. The beginning of change, and they asked why it took a video of nine minutes and 29 seconds of suffering for someone to go to jail. They talked about the many other people who have been killed at the hands of the police, but did not get the same justice. And so that's what they're saying about this moment that this is the beginning. And this is a way forward where accountability happens. And then people maybe don't die in that way. And you were describing some of the celebrations taking place there outside the courthouse. Right now, you have done so much reporting in these recent days about the security presence about how tense the city was about law enforcement on every corner. Does it feel like the tension has lifted a little bit like the city's exhaling? It feels like everyone took a collective breath. Everybody's been on edge a wall being built higher to divide law enforcement from the community, a sense of what might happen depending on what the outcome of this of this verdict was. And now it feels like everybody can breathe again. And it's basically a party in the street over here. I mean, there was a moment where a truck drove into the crowd recently. We saw somebody jump on that truck and I got slightly 10. But it ended okay. Nobody hurt the truck left. And yeah, just feels like a collective breath was taken and is police presence still still visible. In downtown Minneapolis. Yes, I'm seeing a lot of national guard from the actual courthouse building looking over the crowd. You're not saying police or law enforcement in this crowd, but you do see National Guard vehicles behind. Offenses that are protecting the courthouse. But this isn't there is no real tension here. Right now It's people coming out to say. Wow. This justice system work and maybe it can work again. And maybe we can take the what happened here today in Minneapolis and use it to force other change. That's what I'm hearing. NPR's Leila Fadel at the courthouse in Minneapolis. Thank you, Layla. Fear reporting today and all through this trial. Thank you so much. We're waiting for President Biden to speak on the guilty verdict at any moment, and we will bring you those remarks live as they happen, and in the meantime, we want to go to NPR National justice correspondent Carrie Johnson. Carrie. Good to have you here. Thanks already happy to be here. So just as T begin with today's events, Derek Sheldon was taken out of the courtroom in handcuffs. He is in the custody of the county sheriff. Now, what are the next steps here? The judge has ordered a report on his background to help assess the sentencing. We're just gonna come in about two months, eight weeks or so. On the most serious charge. Second degree murder Derek Shove in faces about 12.5 years under sentencing guidelines. Carrie I'm sorry to interrupt you here. George Floyd's family is about to speak. The Reverend Al Sharpton is introducing them and we want to take that live. Let's listen. Okay with us to the say. The family came in. And his family has stood together for the last 11 months. Watching. This video go over and over and over again. This family stood with pain. Suffering. And not knowing what the future held because so many families went. And got nothing. They thank God. When they got the indictment, which would not have happened. Had not the attorney general Keith Ellison, took this girl. Yeah,.

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Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murder in Death of George Floyd

WSJ What's News

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murder in Death of George Floyd

"Crowds gathered outside the hennepin county courthouse responding to the news that former minneapolis police officer derek. Chauvin has been convicted of the murder. Of george floyd twelve jurors found show than guilty on all charges second degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. All our reporter. Aaron elworthy was outside the courthouse in the crowd. I was actually standing with maurice lester hall. Who was with. George lloyd on may twenty fifth and the verdict. He started to smile after the verdict. The judge revoked showdowns bail and remanded him to the hennepin. County sheriff's office. The rare conviction of a police officer came just days after the killing of another black man dante right by a police officer in a nearby

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Attorneys at Chauvin Trial in Floyd Death Make Final Pitch

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Attorneys at Chauvin Trial in Floyd Death Make Final Pitch

"After forty five witnesses in fourteen days of testimony closing arguments are set to begin later this morning in the trial of the former Minneapolis officer charged in George Floyd's death attorneys are expected to deliver some of the same points they made in their opening statements like special prosecutor Jerry Blackwell referring to Derek chauvinist neon Lloyds neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds and it does not give up he delivers the rebuttal for the state but closing arguments start with prosecutor Steve Swisher then defense attorney Eric Nelson gets his turn during openings he argued Floyd's drug use and heart were to blame the use of force is not attractive but it is a necessary component of police jurors will be sequestered while they decide the fate of Chauvin charged with second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker

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Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Key moments at Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death

"I'm Julie Walker the George Floyd case is expected to head to the jury Monday after closing arguments there's no time limit for those closing arguments prosecutors go first then defense followed by rebuttal from prosecution then the jurors get to decide the case they will be sequestered while they deliberate the prosecution contends Derek show in Sydney on Lloyds neck but nine minutes and twenty nine seconds was to blame the defense argues the former officer used reasonable force employed to drug use and heart killed him jurors decide to three charges second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter separately and must be unanimous on each charge I'm Julie Walker

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"third degree" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

05:09 min | 6 months ago

"third degree" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Who took that video and were assembled on the sidewalk yelling at the cop. If you remember the video yelling at chauvin to get off to show some mercy he can't breathe that kind of thing. We're going to see other videos there. Other surveillance videos body camera video some of them show that a key points. George floyd was not resisting was not struggling with the cops. Others show that if other times he was and we'll talk about that in a moment in the defense case we also will hear testimony. I believe from at least one. Maybe two medical examiners. This is a bit confusing because there are two different reports here i the hennepin. County medical examiner. The official medical examiner for the county concluded that floyd's death was caused by essentially a heart attack brought on by the officers knee to george floyd's neck. But george floyd family hired an independent outside medical examiner and he concluded that the cause of death was as fixation from sustained pressure. Meaning essentially derek. Chauvin choked out and fixated. George floyd now if you're the prosecution. It's great to have different versions. But both of them lay blame on. Derek chauvin for george floyd death to different extents but either one enough to convict. You will almost certainly not here from derek. Chauvin himself like any defendant. He has a fifth amendment right against self-incrimination. This is what the cops mean when they say you have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in court. Any defendant can choose to testify but typically. It's very risky to do so. He almost certainly won't testify here. Also you almost certainly will not hear from the three other former officers. Who were also charged in george floyd death. They also have their fifth amendment rights. They have a trial coming up later in this summer. now third the defenses. What will derek chauvin defense. Be now keep in mind in any criminal trial. The defendant doesn't have to do anything at all sometimes defendants can and do. Just sit back and say the prosecution has not met its burden of proving. This case beyond a reasonable doubt in fact defendants don't actually even need to make an opening argument in fact when you watch on tv. Usually what happens is the prosecutor gets up. I make the opening argument to the jury and then the defense lawyers stands right up and makes his opening argument. That's often the way it happens in real life but it doesn't have to. The defense actually has the option of essentially deferring. and saying. We're not gonna open right now. We're going to wait till they're done their case. Then we're going to open or maybe we're not even an open at all now. I expect to see two primary line of defense here. The first one is causation. The argument is going to be they. The prosecution cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that derek chauvin caused george floyd death. They're going to use those to somewhat conflicting medical examiner reports. They're going to argue. They're not entirely consistent with one another. And what it looks like. The defense is gonna argue. Is that george floyd essentially overdose. Now floyd did have drugs in his system at the time of the death that's confirmed by the toxicology which is just the lab report on what was in his blood he had methamphetamine and sentinel in his blood. But it's not an easy argument for the defense. let's just start with playing commonsense. Didn't derek chauvin a grown man. Putting his entire body way on george floyd's neck for eight minutes and forty six seconds. Have something to do with it. I mean is it. Just a coincidence that floyd happen to overdose and die while under show wtn's knee and shoulder had nothing to do with it. The other defense that we're going to hear i believe is that chauvin used reasonable force or at least not unlawfully excessive force to subdue george floyd and take him into custody now the various videos around the arrest before the arrest show that george floyd was compliant at times. He listened to the copsey obeyed but he also struggled with them at other times. Here's the problem though for that line of defense. It's really not about what happened in the lead up to those eight forty-six where chauvin had his knee on the neck. All that stuff really isn't the point. It's really about what derek chauvin did. After he had george floyd rear handcuffed lying face down the ground and then put his knee on. George floyd snack. All this stuff that led up to that will be part of this trial. But really if i'm the prosecutor i'm saying what matters is happened once derek. Chauvin put his knee on. George floyd neck. That's where he killed him. That's where he made the decision. That's what matters that's going to be tough to defend. So the trial starts today. With at least the prosecution's opening statement the stakes are forget about high stakes. Are societal their systemic. In the narrowest sense the verdict will determine the fate of derek. Chauvin the individual. But we all know that it's also about much much more than that so stay with me throughout the trial. We'll be following it here on third degree and breaking it down for you as it unfolds and please keep on sending us your thoughts. Your comments your questions to letters at cafe.

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Stay Tuned with Preet

07:04 min | 6 months ago

"third degree" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Back. When i was a prosecutor i tried and supervise cases. Where at the end of closing arguments to the jury. I was confident. The jury would convict and i wound up bitterly disappointed for example when i try john gotti junior. I thought we had him after. I made my closing argument to the jury at grumpy old school. New york tabloid reporter walked up to me in the men's room and he said you crush that i think you guys got him got himself later said on sixty minutes that he thought we had him. Well guess what that jury hung no conviction. And i also had trials where i had no idea what the jury would do or worried that they might even acquit find the defendant guilty and i ended up pleasantly surprised at a conviction. Here's the point anyone who tries to predict what will happen in the trial of derek. Chauvin for the murder of george floyd in minneapolis is just kidding themselves. And you nobody. Who's ever actually tried to case would come out and make a bold prediction about what the jury will do about what the outcome will be. That goes even more so in a case involving a cop and multiply that uncertainty again in a case like this one that involves race and this one shirley does juries are after all just collections of human beings brought together by pure circumstance to sit together in a wooden box and render judgment and human beings are nothing if not unpredictable. Mercurial good guessing what any one person one stranger who you know we'll do never mind twelve of them thrown together by fate so now here. We are on the precipice of one of the most important trials in this country's history. And i truly do not think that's overstatement. People will be reading about this and studying generations from now. So here's my preview. From the perspective of an experienced criminal trial lawyer of what to watch for in the chauvin trial first of all the jury now any case your jury composition. The demographics are subject to really a few main factors. Of course you have to start with the population of the county itself now hennepin county. Where is being tried has just over thirteen percent african american population. There is an element of randomness. Who happens to get called for particular case who gets that jury notice in the mail. It's largely luck of the draw. What order the numbers get called. When they're selecting a jury also the lawyers used some strategy about how to exercise their strikes which enable them to remove certain jurors now the law says the lawyers cannot use those strikes on the basis of race though lawyers do sometimes pushed the limits and get into gray area. What's interesting in this trial to me. Is that both parties. The prosecution and the defense left some of their strikes on the table unused. The defense had eighteen strikes. They had the ability to remove eighteen. Jours they didn't like but they only use fourteen same with the prosecution. They had ten strikes. They only used eight of them. That's fairly unusual. There were times when i was trying cases where you would leave a strike or two unused but it suggests to me that both sides are satisfied with the jury as an as it turns out. This jury is actually significantly more racially diverse than hennepin county itself. By a good amount now we have fifteen jurors total. Only twelve of them will actually decide the case. The last three or alternates get plugged only if someone gets sick or has to leave the jury for some unforeseen reason all of those alternates are white among the twelve jurors who will decide this case. Three of them are black. Men one is a black woman and two of them are mixed race women that is based on the self identification of the jurors that they made in court. So if you do the math here. Four of the twelve jurors are black. That's thirty three percent and six of the twelve. Half are either black or mixed race. I know. I know it's a bit crass to get out the calculator and tally up racial composition of the jury. But does it matter you bet. It matters to the ultimate verdict. Maybe i wouldn't casually assume that any juror will vote anyway. Because of his or her race but to the public's confidence in the legitimacy and the fairness of this trial and the verdict absolutely and in my view. It's a very good thing that we ended up with a jury that is more racially diverse than hennepin county itself because imagine the opposite scenario. Imagine if you had a jury with zero or one black jersey that could absolutely happen in a county with only thirteen percent african american population. In that scenario we'd have a real problem with public confidence in the legitimacy of this verdict and that absolutely matters here second. What is the prosecution's aim here. Let's start with the bottom line. What prosecutors have to prove now there are three counts in this case. Let's take them from most to least serious. Most serious charges a second degree murder prosecutors have to prove that chauvin intentionally assaulted floyd causing his death. There's a forty year max on that. The middle charge is a third degree murder. Charge called depraved. Mind murder and that essentially means chauvin did something that he knew was so wildly dangerous threatening to human life and he did it anyway. That count carries a five-year max and then the lowest charge is a manslaughter charge. Which means derek chauvin negligently without due care towards george floyd that only carries a ten year. Maximum now i want to be clear. The jury will consider and vote on each count separately. They can convict on all three counts. They can convict on two of the three one of the three or none of them and of course the jury needs to be unanimous it has to be twelve zero to convict twelve zero to acquit. Anything in between is a hung jury. Now technically that sort of a tie or a draw the prosecutors can elect to retry the case a second time but practically it's a loss for the prosecution. It's a win for the defense. believe me. I've had hung. Juries including the godley case prosecutors are miserable when you get a hung jury. The defense is overjoyed though. Sometimes it's short lived if the prosecution decides to do the case again. The prosecution case exhibit a. is going to be that bystander cell phone video we've all seen. It speaks for itself. The eight minutes and forty six seconds the interminable amount of time that derek chauvin knelt on the neck of george floyd and i have to say it feels a little insufficient to use that. Phrasing knelt on the neck. People say what derek chauvin did was pinned his entire bodyweight through his knee on. George floyd eight forty six eight. Forty six is an awful long time. Try this one out if you want to get a sense of it. Hey your stop. Watch on your phone. Just count off fifty two seconds. Sit there for fifty two seconds. See how long that is. See how long that feels. Well guess what you're one tenth of the way to eight minutes and forty six seconds and count on the prosecution doing something like this in front of the jury by the way to illustrate just how long a time that is. Who else could we here for. What other evidence. What other witnesses. I think we'll hear from some of those bystanders themselves..

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"third degree" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"All Right? Let's take one more break. We'll be right back. Embarrassing Thurston! I'm a writer, activist and comedian. I wrote a book called how to blast gave a Ted talk about white people, calling the cops on black people for no good reasons and I. Feel like we're having a moment in the US right now. You probably feel as to. When officer Derek shot and killed George, Floyd something in America broke. Where this moment goes, we can't say yet, but right now. Something big is happening involving race and in particular policing. So I'm going to try to explain it. From! The covid connection to WHO's allowed to protest to what defend the police actually means. When Mitt Romney, the man who tried to keep Barack, Obama's second term away from US joins black lives matter March. When Nascar Vans, the confederate flag when Donald Trump of all people encourages, cops not choke people. We're having a moment. You can listen to. We're having a moment on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts and wherever you get your podcast. android pack. And during the break as my microphone was falling off the. Shitty plastic table that I have at attached to because it's like literally tearing through it like it's made of paper. We're talking about how scary it is. That trump is kind of doing all of this based on instinct, and you know there are people around him who are trying to exploit it, but. You know he's. He's hard to pin down and he doesn't want anybody to have too much success from him, so he kind of does like the the Bannon's, but it's scary. How dumb he is, but how effective what he's doing like. He's still in this, even though he keeps stepping on his own deck like every. Other day if it's. In this? I think this metaphor has been. It is pro wrestling what he's really good at. Is he he gets that emotional side of like that's his base. His base is not intellectual. It is thirty percent. Pure emotional human being. That are, they're angry. And they've been taught that black people. These other poor people have kept them down. And they're rightfully. Angry. Is the confusing part I think people miss? Ray is that they're also been held at their poor. Their their health care system sucks. They don't have jobs either. But they they're being told in force fed that it's these other poor people. fucking up their dream, and when their right to be angry at the Liberals and the mainstream media to think they're just. They focus most of their rage at someone. That's a different. I have yeah. That might second record is like that's. It's easy, because we all have like negative inside of us, so I'm so dumb people. Just label that as like. Oh, WE'LL! Your skin's different. That's why I don't feel good and taught that I. mean that's it's been reinforced hasn't been taught. Yeah, it's been. It's been taught in school. It's been reinforced in media. That's the reason black face such a huge deal to us is because it was a tool that was used by white folks to demonize black people, and it spread like wildfire throughout the culture in. In you know reaffirmed these hateful. You know things that's why the stereotype of black people love watermelon that comes from a lot of freed slaves made a business made a living selling watermelon, and they started making money, and you know then why folks saw that and they're like. Wait a minute. Negroes are making money didn't success, but somehow we have to turn this into a negative so poor because they gelin secure, it's. What it is. To have nothing. If you have something, you gotTa have less than me your. Insecurity it's deep deep insecurity. So just briefly on the subject of trump. Two quick things one. He shared his video of the mccloskey's I just have a feeling that the picture of those two standing on their porch in front of their mcmansion with. A automatic and semiautomatic weapons. Like in. In their. Country Club where. I have a feeling that's going to be in history books, just because it so perfectly encapsulates like the sort of white fragility, an impotent and confused dissonant rage. That's happening that. I think is even hard to make I think. To me if you really look at that if you examine those pictures in those images, what it? Signifies more than anything else. Is. I'm trying to think the right way to word it, it's. The idea that peaceful people. Are GonNA. Come take your stuff. They're not afraid of their stuff getting taken. Even though that's what it looks like. It's the there. No systematic change is coming. If you see them pointing the way they're waving. Those and they're not holding guns correctly because they're not trained. To she does. They don't know how to use those guns. Either of this was so lamp, but that guy fingers on the trigger her fingers on the trigger. She can these. Rather, oh, shoot holden Anim- sixty. He's holding 'em six. Like. It's an m sixty in. He's Rambo. If you really watch them, they're not those people in those people. Protests are just walking by being like all right. Just these a lot of keep your guys stay on the streets. Jesus Christ look at these. They're scared. They're like. Why are you guys organized? Why are you? It's the you're supposed to be in downtown Saint Louis or e saint. Louis West Saint. Louis is are what are y'all doing that? Yeah, we're bringing it to the rich neighborhoods. You're supposed to fuck up Ferguson not no. Yeah that's what happened. That's the fear in their eyes. It's not that Oh 'cause they would love on some level if they went into their homes and fucked up some antiques, because they've that shit so over insured it would be. They'd make money on that. Yeah, they're begging for. They would love for something like that to happen. See Photo inside of the House. That's what I'm talking about. It's a museum it looks. Looks. It like in a scary way they have. Marble steps. They have these like you know like old school kind of like. WHO's the guy who paint on the ceiling I Yeah they sistine chapel as like paintings on their ceiling is the ugly ever. Harvey, said on twitter. It looked like the The part of the parking garage at the Americana is what they're inside of. Their house looks like a adopt. Yeah. No, when she said I was like Holy Shit. That's exactly, but then you start looking in. That's when people are like look at all these rich people's art. Their taste is terrible and Mike. Now it's not all that is money laundry. All that stuff is money laundry. All that is a scam. So it's all over insured and they've got. It's all overpriced and they can move..

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"third degree" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Is So so good at just immediately taking things and putting it back in the terms that we all understand of you know where the day understand of division. Yeah, another that not being you know America being you know we were talking about how a lot of the facemask stuff goes back to the founding of the country and the founding fathers being petulant about like no taxation on the wars that you're paying for for us. And You know I I also think the idea that there's no class. a class system in America is like our most deeply held a bullshit myth. Yes, yeah, it's the same. It can just come on up. It's the same as okay. I was having this conversational. The Robert Evans the other day is I'm reading this book about the SAS the. You know the British fighting force in. It's written by a British to British. Guys in the way that Great Britain talks about what they were doing militarily. They were very open about all the things they doing. We've never been open about that about our empire-building stuff. It's always like we're going to go. Make things better and do it now. We're going to get that oil and Britain was like Yo. We're just going to try to control that island because we want it bright and I think psychologically. That's why. It's it doesn't fuck with the British people as hard. As it does with our people because we've been lying to our soldiers in our poor people about why we're doing all this stuff. Yeah, yeah, let colonizer was a term that both Kinda took back and weaponize because we're like. Yeah, you stole everything and you continue to lie about it like a gray robbers you stole. People trick people. Manifest destiny is the biggest scam phrase I've ever heard my entire fucking life and I love it because I'm like manifest destiny today like want to show somebody's house and be like hey manifest destiny. Run Me Keys. This is my house now. Right so? But until we stop rebranding every sucked thing that we done. That's led to the systems that we're in right now. We're never going to be able to get those people, and that's exactly what you know. The government knows and relies on. That's why when the statues fall. It's important for them to make a big deal. Love it because they have to be able to tell all these folks that they've lied to that. Look at all. These black and Brown people who are destroying your history when it's like the to the victor when the spoils and it just lied about everything. And I mean the UK we knew that they were colonizers better off than we are i. mean they are in some ways, but I don't know I don't know how you stop you. Wake up and discover everybody to realize. They're not confused in Great Britain about who they are, and where their places in the system that that's what. Is Confusing. In America that comes with all this division is because no one knows their true place because it's all lied to in. It's all sand underneath everyone except for a very select few yeah. I mean I do. Definitely believe that our system was designed to hold. Black and Brown people down, but I don't think it was designed to keep everyone poor the way it is now. I think that's been hijacked in this century. Or the last century. I I think there's something to the. because. There's like with Great Britain the. Like. The system is lying to them, but everybody knows lying to them, but in America. We've been taught to lie to ourselves and I. Think there's something about that dissonance that is really. Unhealthy you know there's a study that came out late last year. That was all about how poor. Non College educated white people are seeing a decline in their. Average life expectancy, and it's like the first demographic cohort to go in the opposite direction in a century and I think there's something to like this media complex that you know Fox. News and just the modern conservative republican movement has built up. That like just isn't healthy. It's not a sustainable way to exist where you kind of you know hate yourself like. They're not stupid like that's the. That's the lie at the center of it. It's just they're being lied to end their lying to themselves, and that's really dangerous. I WANNA bring it back to. You know about life as always do. The, you're taxed. Bug's life, because they they talk about how like the grasshoppers are holding everyone down until the and realized that a lot of aunts united can really fuck the grasshoppers up, so yep. Watch watch a bugs life. It's our greatest Marxist texts. What is something that you think is overrated overrated? I think the value of investment is overrated at this point. The value of investment. Explain what you mean. I think somewhere along the line. you know there's like invest in your future in the and that's how. That's how we're all taught to build wealth in money now is is through investment. And not through actual hard work I mean they'll tell you like hard works how you make money and stuff, but then if you examine your know how you make, money is to have money already that right the only way to make money. Yes I think that whole thing that that's an overrated system. Because there's you're just no one's working anymore. And then there's no product, so we're all griff tres absolutely that that's a one hundred percent like a huge. Underlying problems like I mean I've talked before about. How a lot of the smartest people I grew up with or went to college with went into just changing other people's investments in a spreadsheet, and then like carving off a small percentage of those investments to make their own money, and then now they're betting that money and that's that's the work that's being done with Arab smartest br like our brain. Brain power as a country a is that and like you know it under the new deal under earlier in the twentieth century, like when you also just described apps by the way right, yeah apps, exactly just the same thing, but funneling our time like finding a way to waste people just a little bit of everybody's money that yes, it just a little bit. That's the same IRV it off. Yeah I think. What always keeps me frustrated about that, too. Is that I've seen over this pandemic and I've contributed to so many. Go Fund me so many bail out funds so much crowdfunding when the government should be doing these things and instead we have to keep passing the same fifty bucks to everybody you. Like to me that we have set up this this whole system where it's like you.

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"third degree" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Say officially off the top fuck. The Coke Brothers Fuck Fox. News Fuck Rush Limbaugh Fuck Pot set student fuck. Jk Rowling Tuck Sean Hannity Ben Shapiro. Let's go with that today. It's Wednesday July first twenty twenty happy July. Everyone my name's Jack O'Brien AK. Mr Bright ties. Up done that already, but maybe not. And I'm thrilled to be joined. Five wants to get my special guest. Co Host scam got US herself Lacey Mosley. Was Up is mostly Aka gambling in the Monin scam. Scams full-time when robberies on Bagel you can have robbery. When Rye breads. You can great. Got It on a metaphorical. okay. Teams. Throw heads out there. That's a Bagel bike. Right. Yeah makes. Said Bagel. Petain. Shift. Burns your mouth. Yeah it's the fourth love thermodynamics. Though when he was on a Bagel, you can have pizza anytime. except. For like? Shut up. Ask. Yeah I gave to unruly boys not was. Crammed into my mouth, by my wife. Lacey, who is that voice a voice that joined the assistant. More and more, we got A, we got A. Half of the mounts site more up here on the podcast. He is the hilarious the talented Mr Billy Wayne Dave. Hey you guys I couldn't I'm sorry. I couldn't stay quiet I was like that's not pizza rolls that. Hey you're doing correct me. Yeah, and we're doing what our listeners check. Do Yeah. I was protecting. You jumped him from the Internet is what I was doing. Scores of people being my mentions, and like hey, I know you're dealing with a lot right now, but it just to let you know you can believe fucked. BAGELS! Misplaced anger right now that I'm trying to absorb. Yeah, fuck, fuck pizza rolls. I mean we can all agree on that does burn your mouth real bed. That's like it's like almost like it was designed to destroy your taste buds. It's like hot captain. Crunch is like you know we all know. Precious tears shreds your roof, and like they do the same thing you've ever. You can never eat it at room. TEMP A hot pocket. You're always. Yeah, It's it's not edible. Temperature. Heats, a sauce congeals I. It's the preservatives they put in that it is the only way is edible is if it also hurts you? I wonder if there is an ideal way to make if you put pizza. Rolls in like a deep fryer or something or maybe not fry I'm sure those would be delicious, but like in a air friars something that like you Gorman's out there. You let us know what is the way to? Prepare Pizza role that doesn't make it like it seems like it is always inherently at three different temperatures that are designed to just destroy the inside of your face I think if you put a pizza role in a deep Fryer, a county fair just happened. That's where my southern brain. Coca Cola ice cream. Bubble gum so it's all good I hate to report. The first time I had a fried twinkie I was like man. This would stoop. Everyone's fat is this is the best thing I've ever had my. What what does Defray Cola like? Is it just the like? Basically? The fried outsides with like a Coca Cola flavor. What what is it you got it? Okay I think they freeze the coke? And then they fry it and then when you bite into it, you're just getting like you know Coca Cola Flavor and fried. The same rednecks that work at NASA putting this stuff together. Those NASA rednecks up to them. Billy Wayne. We're going to get to know you a little bit better. In a moment. I can tell listeners a few of the things we're talking about today. We're GONNA talk about the alleged McLean story. Just the worst so sad every time you look at even a video of him. It's hard not to cry. And yet I feel like it needs to be told over and over again, It's getting even more infuriating, so we're gonNA talk about that. We are going to talk about the new trump books that are coming out not by him We aren't getting sequel to the art of the deal. Unfortunately, in talk about the video. He shared the mccloskey's in Saint Louis. Just that that couple that image of them, standing on their lawn with their with their guns is just I mean. Our new? American gothic it's it's the greatest. We're GONNA talk. About Splash Mountain we we talked last week or a couple of weeks ago about how they were getting or doing a complete overhaul of it to remove the song of the South from the themes, surrounding that ride, which I didn't even know was the theme of that riot but now they're redesigning it around the princess and the frog, so we're GonNa talk about the movie, the Princess and the frog. Plenty more, but I billy way and we like to ask our guests. What is something from your searches street? That's revealing about.

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"third degree" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I can agree murder third degree murder and manslaughter three other fired Minneapolis officers charged with aiding and abetting this is a public viewing is underway in Houston where George Floyd grew up ahead of his funeral and burial in two weeks after his death protests continue we cannot settle for anything less than transformative structural change house speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiling a legislative response designed to overhaul police procedures oversight in race relations it would include banning chokeholds making lynching hate crime and limiting legal protections for police this is Joe Biden's campaign moves to distance him from the call in some cities including Minneapolis to de fund police in favor of the new public safety system not yet defined a spokesman for former vice president Joe Biden says the presumptive democratic nominee does not believe police should be de funded but supports the urgent need for reform including mental health and substance abuse treatment separate from police funding Biden also says funding should help diversify police department so they represent the communities they serve an additional funding is needed for body worn cameras changes the Biden campaign says the trump administration has made more difficult to obtain faxes your helper and the trump campaign says Biden shouldn't be let off the hook after quote week statement from a mid level staffer in time Biden traveling to Texas to meet with members of Floyd's family the White House says president trump is considering a number of police reform proposals and that he does believe there are instances of police racism that he's appalled by the movement to define police America is listening.

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"third degree" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"What are we? GonNa, feel like during this cycle. Would we literally are cut off from one another? And then? How do we redeem that? So kids again reminded us of value belonging, but the way I belong to look in the mirror and realized that you matter that you're enough that you don't need. You don't need looks like you don't need more money. You don't eat that stuff. It's. One was the last time a first grader brushed her hair or his hair. They don't care at all. Don't brush their teeth. Let alone their hair. They belong. which frees them to reach across the aisle and recognized that they belong to? They may ask you why. Your skin color is different while your fingers are gone, but once you answer that's behind us. They don't need to build walls to constantly building bridges so long. They remind us we can return to that. 'cause you were a child. She's still inside you in the final thing is freedom. Kids are the most free people I know, but I don't mean like adult like little. You can see adults that the people who you know Kathy your most alive. Free. They. Don't worry about someone else's opinion of them that they're not settling for the way. It's always been done. They are fully liberated to live only in. Their life. It's a those are the five senses that we impact in the book in awe nothing new under the Sun. You know where those words come from this some of my favorite from scripture. But, I think we forget what has already been placed in front of us. We forget what we knew. This won't remind you of anything. You didn't know you knew it all, but you lost sight in. Here's the way you can return to wow. So powerful and so needed, and the way that you turn it around and talk about the percentage of people who felt isolated the percentage of people who felt. that. They were willing to try their hand at suicide, and this is before the coronavirus and how you're turning around to show us. What is it exposing? That was already present. Not The problem was already here and now we're actually able to maybe stop. and. Do something about it, and it's just boy way to turn that around, and it's just incredible. What is the research show about practicing these kinds of things, so one of the coolest things that the research has shown in we impact in the book and all. Four speeding. Okay like kind of weird, but I joke in my book. More poor wife is like my first patient. When I write these days or practice talks you whatever she's audience member one a so I deliver these on her, and anytime I walk with kids now like I'm going to I'm going to go force with the kids, an drives her crazy, but with forest bathing means is occasional, and this is going to be harder for some of your listeners right now. To go outside. Actually take off your shoes. When was the last time you felt? Grass felt mud. Looked up, watch clouds pass overhead, and I learned about the beauty of this I was blind kids while writing this book and my Little Girl Grace, and in are outside, were running around with her brothers. And now we lay down under a tree. The leisure blown ahead of us. The clouds were passing by, and she goes Daddy DC. Dicey when she goes, it's an airplane. Okay, I don't see an airplane in she goes. Yeah, it's an airplane hit, and then I recognize Kathy. She wasn't talking about an actual plane. She was talking about cloud. In this little girl, looking up at the heavens. Has the inspiration to rather than be bored by what's going on overhead to pause long enough to celebrate what it is to imagine. Something beautiful right in front of her. And we get bored by this stuff. We don't even look up anymore. The research on on forest bathing. It's a fancy way of saying go outside people. Leave your cell phone inside though people. Embraced the sounds listen to the birds go to a creek. Listen to water running. All this stuff has been proven to lower stress. Reducing Zaidi help with creativity allows to be more collaborative, connect others and live longer this good stuff and during this crazy season. If you are unable to go, outside can't right now go to Youtube and type in a pretty quick. In Campfire, and you'll get these sounds that will be placed in front of you, and it will do the almost the exact same thing, so during the season of challenge, one of the cool things you can do is force bait. A lot of research is on this on how it's going to affect not only the way show into the day, but what's going to happen in your following in one more point of the CBO, effect expectancy the other side of expectancies. If you think the worst is in front of you proven out. So if they tell you John this is going to hurt. It hurts. It hurts more so all research with you think it's going to be better. It's going to become better and if you think it's going to be worse, it's going to be worse I'm not telling you to be a pollyanna around the day, but I'm telling you see it through the Lens of truth because you'll see some more beautiful than the media, will i. Mean it's just fascinating, and it's so true when you say it. It's like such a simple sentence, but you set it up like. He said we don't even look anymore. We don't you're right? We don't look up. We don't. When was last time we went outside and put our feet in the mud or the grass like never so simple, and what your to your point? My daughter right now is studying of course at home and one of the things they're studying. Is the kelp forests which I never even knew about, but I'm learning it with her and there's a live cam in Monterey Bay live cam under the water, so we click on it every day in Chester, right three things that she observes and I'm telling you I know it's not as good as being in. In that water, but watching the live cam for five minutes, which is her job, and I do it with her. Now it is the most peaceful thing to watch, and so yes, you can type that in right now, and you can get a tiny little taste of what it feels like to be in nature, which is truly epic I do WanNa. Mention your incredible podcasts live inspired podcast, and you've had so many incredible on that show for Brown on the show. You've had so many people on the show who share such incredible wisdom. Tell us a little bit about the show and what it delivers. So I take my own medicine. My friends so when I tell you consider journal, Y me. I did that. Did that exercise this morning? And if I wake up to see the sunrise tomorrow, I'll do it again. Another part of the exercise is what more can I do so for a decade January's been racing around delivering messages live audiences, which is so awesome, but one of the questions that I was asking back in the glory days. What more can I do? How can I serve this audience better? And so I wrote a book? One of the ways give them the full story wrote a book called on fire, and that was really cool, and then we can as well. Well. What else can we do? What more can I do to serve? People just love them where they are created a podcast live inspired podcast. What have we brought in people way? Cooler than John. O'Leary to share their life experiences the mistakes. They made what they learn what it means for our audience how they too indeed can live inspired, so I bring up people like you Kathy will head on and have the had the honor of here in your life, store. Store in your grandparents, incredible stories bringing on people like Rene Brown and people I look up to astronauts, scientists authors over commerce ordinary seemingly people who do remarkable things in their life i. don't believe really ordinary i. think life is.

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"third degree" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:26 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"With third degree murder I had question I wonder why they didn't go for second degree murder we know that it wasn't gonna be first degree murder because there was no premeditation or aspects of that crime that would have risen to the level of first degree murder but I wondered why they didn't go in the second degree murder charge from the start and those are the news reports that are coming out from multiple sources and we're expecting a press conference so is there any indication ladies and gentleman by executive producers so so is there any indication on when the press conference will be coming from right all right yeah it's so easy it's already much later we expected the press conference within the last hour or so and it hasn't occurred but there have been numerous leaks to media also Amy clover shore U. S. senator clover shore who also was in the hot obviously for the democratic presidential nomination Klobuchar's seem to have stolen a bit of the thunder from Keith Ellison the Attorney General in the state of Minnesota as far as the announcement of the charges against the officer or former officer Derek Chauvin being upgraded to second degree murder also the reports that the other three officers will be charged and I know as a matter of time we've discussed it and I'll tell you right now I tweeted this out in the last hour that if they can make the case for second degree murder charges against officer shaman then I fully support that maneuver can make make those charges stick can they prove it in a court of law before a jury if they can I fully support the charges second degree murder in the heinous action taken by that officer yeah I again I can't reiterate this enough I just cannot grasp why some of these police officers a small percentage a minority of the great men and women that are in law enforcement in this country that keep our community safe for the life of me I can't understand why they make the stupid decisions especially when every body is a TV station these days essentially because everybody has video and picture capability on their smartphones we're talking full H. D. we're talking ten eighty I live four K. video in some cases Y. Y. in a broad daylight public setting would you first of all make such a ridiculous decision against police procedure why would you hold Floyd down by his neck with your knee on top for nearly nine minutes it just makes zero sense on police officers that have seen these cases that have come before the American people have caused unrest and riots whether was justified or unjustified you look at and I get what what is it with police officers and the first name of Derek is if you remember Derek Wilson was in Ferguson with Mike brown now Derek Wilson was exonerated and rightfully so officer Derek Wilson Ferguson police department in Missouri in the death of Michael brown that was just the flight three all top cities the state autopsy for the county autopsy the federal autopsy and then the private autopsy from the family all suggested that hands up don't shoot didn't happen that was a fabricated B. S. story it was the friend of Mike brown who was with him on there a little crying spree when they ripped off the fifty dollar plus boxes cigars from the the this tobacco shop at the start of the whole thing and his friend when talking to the media made up the whole hands up don't shoot that his hands were in the air the officer shot and be yes Mike brown was reaching into that officer's vehicle it was a Chevy suburban or Yukon or one of those you know larger a G. M. S. U. V.'s of I'm not mistaken into his cruiser I was trying to grab the gun adult Derrick Wilson's hair that was justified and look what happened in Ferguson on a false narrative so that Derek was doing his job and was what was potentially saving his own life he was in self defense mode when Michael brown tried to grab his gun so I ask what is what the name Derek now the the other Derek is this Derek got your children in Minnesota is clearly guilty of this the praise of the idiotic action of holding George Floyd down for that period of time with his knee on the neck as he was complaining of not being able to brief as he goes limp that to me is absolutely depraved beyond description so two officers named Derek in tool high profile cases of I believe they will end differently as far as the legal causation or or or legal results I should say but we're waiting to hear from the Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison yep that Keith Ellison former congressman a couple of days ago the Minnesota governor Tim walls or by the way I saw him he apologized to the CNN crew they actually tape that I saw that earlier today yeah all more Jimenez was the reporter that was arrested live on TV member a couple days ago and the governor Tim walls was out on the street and came up to the reporter and actually did an interview I apologize to him one on one for his arrest anyway a couple days ago we had the Minnesota governor Tim walls he put Ellison in charge of the George Floyd murder case and it's been reported all David Ellison has reached a decision so we've seen the various reports on TV and the Chiron's the graphics at the bottom of the screen charges to be upgraded new charges imminent to eat all the variations of this we've been expecting this all day long that something was going to happen that a decision was reached in not only an upgraded charges against the primary officer shot him but also against the other three officers the former cops I should say involved in the death of George Floyd on Memorial Day Monday and these are the three who were fired the day after Floyd's death along with Derek schaffen who is already been charged with third degree murder and manslaughter and again those other three cops they stood by and they did nothing for this almost nine minute period of time that Floyd was held down with force on his neck from shamans ni not one of them is the one that couldn't find a pulse and still did nothing I just I can't I can't fathom as I I can't understand this especially again in this day and age where you know that everybody around here without their camera and start taping happens all the time at loading screens all five including streams where there are nine different angles it's like let me let me pick the egg which which do I want it's like I'm a director inside a Monday Night Football truck okay take camera one camera two ready for you take three ready for take for I mean it's it's amazing why would in public what you should do it in private but especially in public knowing that you are going to be videoed by bystanders and if it's not that that they're gonna be surveillance cameras all over the place for for for businesses we already wired society and then as a police officer you know damn well that enroll colds and in training sessions they talk in every department in this country they talk about and they train whether a high profile cases where things went south it's just it's unbelievable so the Star Tribune the main newspaper in Minneapolis and the Star Tribune is reporting that quote Attorney General Keith Ellison plans to elevate charges against the former Minnesota police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck while adding charges of aiding and abetting murder against the other three officers at the scene so it appears like it's going to be that type of well they're depraved actions in aiding and abetting and that's according to multiple law enforcement sources familiar with the case that's what's being reported by the Star Tribune in Minneapolis and I'm not surprised this appears to be totally warranted where were the other officers to stop shop in and say Hey dude you know even if it was just a a poke in eight knocked off my socks another another level let's not stop where was that the third degree murder charge for twelve and was a placeholder essentially and I was wondering if they were gonna be able to get the second degree murder and I'm a late person my wife's attorney we've had conversations about it but I I thought that they would eventually get there and if these reports are accurate they have we also had Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's I mentioned the very top of the show she put out a tweet Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is increasing charges against Eric Chauvin to second degree in George Floyd's murder and also charging the other three officers this is another important step for justice seems that call of a sharp mind of the upstaged Ellison just a bit but you know certainly we still need to hear from the Attorney General in this case and that appears to be imminent I'm looking at camera shots of the lectern with the Minnesota state flag and the U. S. flag behind with the seal of the state of Minnesota so I'm looking at the empty lectern on your various news channels right now is we're preparing for the announcement all these upgraded charges so we'll bring you that audio as soon as we have it folks if you want to get in any thoughts on the upgrading of these charges which appear to be imminent eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine and again if you like to comment on police officer conduct the bulk of the cops let's be clear the bulk of the police officers the overwhelming percentage of police officers that serve and protect their communities their states are fine upstanding law enforcement officers and citizens of the community there are bad apples and in the world of social media and how things travel had it seems even faster than the speed of light let me know that's kit with that's a capability I'd like to get on that stock at the bottom floor of price I say that that look at social media does look what this look what this has the this essentially single handedly just not covert nineteen completely out of the news cycle as I've said on numerous occasions.

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"third degree" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"With third degree murder and manslaughter Minnesota law defines second degree murderous intent to affect the death of a person but without premeditation in addition the other three former officers Thomas lane two thou N. J. Alexander young will be charged with aiding and abetting murder the attorney for the Floyd family called for all the officers involved to be held accountable fox is colonel Scott Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison issuing arrest warrants and requesting bail be set at a million dollars for each of the four fired officers the White House defending the decision to clear out nearby Lafayette park before the president's walk to Saint John's church Monday night spokeswoman Kelly mac in any it is uncalled for to throw bricks at officers uncalled for to throw frozen water bottles at officers and they also had received intelligence that there were calls for violence against police officers and they found cash shades of glass bottles baseball bats and metal fulls headed along the streets when an officer is at risk we have the right to defend themselves they did so peaceably Democrats have characterized it is tear gassing peaceful protesters to make way for a photo op earlier today the US defense chief denied that National Guard troops had used tear gas or rubber bullets secretary mark esper also says he would not support using the U. S. military for these protest the White House still not ruling it out president trump remains healthy this in a memo from his position describing the president's metabolic panel thyroid and complete blood count is all normal after his latest physical also confirming he still tested regularly for covert nineteen and continue to test negative America.

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"third degree" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Independent thoughts independent life this is Chad Benson yes one of the murder you've been charged with third degree murder we are in the process of continuing to review the evidence or maybe subsequent charges later I've failed to share with you a detailed complaint will be made available to you this afternoon I didn't want to wait any longer to share the news that he is in custody and has been charged with murder that is Hennepin county district attorney Mike Freeman they have charged their shaman the officer who you can see with his knees on George Floyd's neck for several minutes he has been charged with third degree murder and with manslaughter it happened very quickly and we'll touch on that a second goes a little bit about against what he said yesterday about not rushing things said remember the Freddie Freeman case they went after stuff they over promise under deliver they didn't put things together the right way he even suggested yesterday and add that there may not be we have other evidence to say there may not be criminal charges coming but right now it is third degree murder and manslaughter on top of that it's an ongoing investigation investigation is ongoing we felt it appropriate to focus on the most dangerous perpetrator I must say that this case is move with extraordinary speed this.

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"third degree" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"And Van many actors today are saying that this one arrest is not enough. What changes now that this one officer has been charged? Is there at least some relief that that perhaps There will be justice. No no nothing's changed. The the first of all is when be very clear. I've been doing police misconduct. Criminal Justice Staff Attorney as an advocate for about twenty five years. This particular medical examiner's report reminds me of the nineteen nineties where there was this thing called sudden in custody death syndrome sudden in custody depth syndrome. Things just got so Sutton. The person died and it was this kind of almost began to feel like a collaboration or co collusion between law enforcement and the medical examiner's to come up with with stuff that kind of watered down the role of the police. If you're going to say that You know if hypertension is gonNA become an excuse for what happened here after Americans including myself have hypertension at epidemic rates. So you basically saying you're GONNA look the other way. That's the danger. That's a fear that people have when they hear that kind of medical examiner speak that is going to be used the medical examiner. Of course. You know. They're just doing their job. But it can be used and it can be abused. And then you know in common compensation communication with people on the ground. There just talked to attorney crump. People feel badly about the idea that this is manslaughter. And a third degree murder It may be the smarter move. Maybe easier to prove up and that may be the right course but the way that it has landed is a slap in the risk on the wrist already. The assumption is. You're going to plead down from that ended. There's ninety seriousness about this also. The other officers are accessories. If you or I did What what what is being described if we had a gang of the four of us a went and held somebody down and put it in the on the net and other people wouldn't help we're told other people go away be accessories to a crime and so no. This is not going to end until all the officer charged and until there is a sense of of some real determination. And that's why you're seeing the cry already going up from the black community to let Keith Ellison the Attorney General Guinness he is trusted. He's he's a longtime me unfair person but he's got ties to the black community. They want the state to step in. They do not trust the medical examiner. There also will be an independent medical examination by the family. They don't trust the medical examiner. They don't trust the DA. Nobody Trust anybody until we see all those officers in handcuffs with.

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"third degree" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"third degree" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"All right Sarah citing for us in Minneapolis. Thank you so much joining me. Now is former federal prosecutor. Laura coates former police officer read Hudson. Who founded the National Coalition of law enforcement officers for justice reform and accountability and of course CNN political commentator Van Jones also joining US CNN's chief? Medical correspondent Dr Sanjay Gupta to talk about some of the information. We're getting in this new report. This charging document Laura. Let me start with you. We're getting a glimpse into the charging document for now former officer shot a show van or Shaw van. Rather it says quote defendant officer show had his neon Mr Floyd's neck for eight minutes and forty seconds in total eight minutes forty six seconds two minutes and fifty three seconds of this was after Mr Floyd non-response so almost three minutes his neck on his neck. After Floyd is now responsible police are trained that this type of restraint with the subject in a prone position is inherently dangerous. So help us understand how that affects the case against him. He's being charged right now. Third degree murder manslaughter. Well of course third degree murder is about a non intent base crime saying that although you did not intend to actually kill somebody you active with such a disregard for human life that it was essentially inevitable or at least foreseeable. That's the context of a third degree. Non Intent base murder charge and why this is relevant here and what you described as the amount of time which is just heartbreaking and repulsive to think about amount of time transpired with this officers me on this. Human beings neck was at bats where the clock will essentially start. The clock will start from the moment that this person was if he was resisting arrest at any point in time if there is any murky area about whether there was any need for an officer to deploy some level of force to repel force again then well at bat moment in time at the very least at that moment in time when he was no longer moving when he essentially was rendered completely submissive and non responsive and to have that two and a half more minutes on that indicates to you that this may actually be enhanced to an intent based crime with a further investigation number one. It also show that reckless disregard for human life. And it also shows you about the officer's position that his hand if you see from a lot of the photograph we're seeing Jake. The officer had his hand in his pocket. Which already alerts you. If you're intending to defend yourself against someone are your hands in your pocket or are they ready and able to repel any force against you handed pockets. Non Responsive person on the ground prone position handcuffed Ari tongue begging for air. The clock starts there and really undermines perhaps fatally any claim of self-defence number one or any claim that this officer was not fully aware that his actions could kill someone and did Sanjay. I want to get your reaction to a quote from the charging documents looking into the medical examination..

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