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"troy davis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Eating away at the value of our money. Inflation at the wholesale level rocketed higher last month of 8.3% from August of last year. It's the biggest annual gains since the Labor Department started calculating the 12 month figure 11 years ago. The Labor Department's report on August consumer prices is due out Tuesday. Economists expect those prices to have moderated slightly from July is 5.4%. Annual increase. This correspondent Rich Thomason, California men have been accused of committing rapes and murder after being released on bail. Two men who were arrested this week in connection with separate crimes including sexual assault, murder and arson, had recently been released on bail on Wednesday. Joseph But that L was arrested and charged with raping a woman in Sonora just days after he was out on bail. In Sacramento, Troy Davis was charged with murdering his 61 year old woman. This is town hall dot com. Police officers nationwide don't like President Biden's vaccine mandates. Police officers from coast to coast are voicing strong opposition to President Biden's vaccine mandates. The Fraternal Order of Police in Chicago says it does not intend to comply with any mandates in San Diego 65% of police officers. Polls say they may quit. The force of vaccine mandates are issued. Police unions and cities such as Tulsa, Seattle and Syracuse are also pushing back. That's correspondent already better reporting. France has bad unvaccinated Americans from entering the country for not essential travel. France will update its travel guidance to include bans for travelers from the U. S and Israel without a covid 19 vaccination. Citing a EU recommendation for member states to impose director entry requirements, France moved several nations from the green to the orange list status. Fully vaccinated individuals will continue to enjoy unrestricted entry more of these stories of town hall.
"troy davis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"He's on meds to call 805 55 2085 805 55 2085 If lesson continues eating away at the value of our money, inflation at the wholesale level rocketed higher last month up 8.3% from August of last year. It's the biggest annual gains since the Labor Department started calculating the 12 month figure 11 years ago. The Labor Department's report on August consumer prices is due out Tuesday. Economists expect those prices to have moderated slightly from July's 5.4% annual increase. This correspondent Rich Thomason, California men have been accused of committing rapes and murder after being released on bail. Two men who were arrested this week in connection with separate crimes including sexual assault, murder and arson, had recently been released on bail on Wednesday. Joseph Beto was arrested and charged with raping a woman in Sonora just days after he was out on bail. In Sacramento, Troy Davis was charged with murdering his 61 year old woman. This is town hall dot com. Police officers nationwide don't like President Biden's vaccine mandates. Police officers from coast to coast are voicing strong opposition to President Biden's vaccine mandates. The Fraternal Order of Police in Chicago says it does not intend to comply with any mandates in San Diego 65% of police officers. Polls say they may quit. The force of vaccine mandates are issued. Police unions and cities such as Tulsa, Seattle and Syracuse are also pushing back. That's correspondent already better reporting. France has banned unvaccinated Americans from entering the country for non essential travel perhaps will update its travel guidance to include bans for travelers from the U. S and Israel without a covid 19 vaccination. Citing a EU recommendation for member states to impose stricter entry requirements. France moved several nations from the green to the orange list status. Fully vaccinated. The visuals will continue to enjoy unrestricted entry. More of these stories of town hall dot com. I'm Patrick Boss.
"troy davis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Radio app in your smart speaker. So talking about this cash, bail business and yes, it can be an inconvenience. There's no doubt about it and again, just to reiterate the standard to hold somebody in custody is probable cause. Not guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. So the potential exists for somebody to be locked up for a period of time during which they could hopefully raise bail. If they're if they're suitable or or they're going to have to be there for a while in the interest of justice, but it's not a willy nilly set of circumstances. These are people for whom it had sufficient evidence has been developed and presented. By the way, there's an attestation to this When a person is arrested, it has to be It has to be articulated on a specific document showing the court did. Yes, Here's the crime that was committed. And the probable cause is that this person now in custody is the one responsible for the commission that crime again. I'm going to stay with that stolen car example. You've got the guy driving the car, the ignitions punched out. His reported stolen. He flees the police when they try to stop him. Okay, so looking at data from the district attorney's office and the sheriff's department in Sacramento County, going back to March 18th of 2020. Through this month through roughly the first of this month. Approximately 5100 individuals have been released after arrest without dollar bail amount set Yep, you with me that way 5100 individuals arrested and then released because of there's no cash bail system. Of those arrested and released over 1700 individuals have been rearrested after that release. So look at the numbers on that into itself, 5100 locked up and kicked out right away. Because of this, this this new concept, 1700 rearrested thereafter. So that means 1700 times more people have been victims of crime 1700 times more law enforcement officers have been impacted by having to deal with somebody. In the course of effectuating an arrest, which is the most dangerous thing they're going to do in their career. Some have been re arrested and released at multiple times. So it's interesting to note that the district attorney's office the Police Department, the sheriff's Department, I'll get calls on an ongoing basis from business organizations about so called chronic low level offenders who commit offenses such as vandalism and are re arrested and released on multiple occasions. These offenders affect the quality of life and often often presents significant impediments took to the conducting a business in many different parts of the county and especially probably, most notably the downtown core. However. There are individuals arrested and released on weapons related offenses and go on to commit violent, serious felonies after their release one such person as a man by the name of Keshawn Slaten. He was arrested on May 20th 2020 for a violation of vehicle code section 2800.2, which is a felony evading pursuit and pillow code section. 32 6 25 B. Which is possession of a high capacity, fully automatic weapon that was included with other charges related to the weapon discovered in his vehicle at the time. Effectively. Mr Slate was involved in a high speed pursuit crashed the car he was driving and then fled on foot. Located in the car was a fully automatic 40 caliber ghost gun. With a 30 round magazine. The firearm was seized as evidence upon arrest at the time segment of county jail was operating under an emergency bail schedule even though charged with with a host of felonies, including possession of a machine gun. Slaten was not allowed to be held and had to be released during the booking process at zero bail. That was the policy of the state of California. Released on zero bail. Slaten is charged now with committing a murder some seven months later on February 14 Valentine's Day. The allegations are that on that date, Slaten instigated a gang related exchange of words with the victim while inside a local convenience store on a very busy street major thoroughfare. Slight and followed the victim out of the store and again produced a new, fully automatic 40 caliber handgun with extended magazine. He fired 23 rounds of ammunition in less than two seconds, killing the victim. All of this was captured on video surveillance. At 4 30 in the afternoon. So even in February, that's daylight folks. Anyone who flees the police in a reckless manner, flees on foot and is found to have fully automatic firearms should be in custody awaiting his trial. It's a public safety issue. Think about it. Isn't that just the basics? Isn't that common sense? December 29 2020 Asian. Von was arrested during a probation search and found to be a felon in possession of ammunition on March 21st 2021 after being released without bail. Vaughn was a passenger in the vehicle when you when he observed one of his rivals sitting in the passenger seat of a parked car, von got out of the passenger side walked up to his rival. And shot 18 rounds into the vehicle, killing him. Both of the these homicides are pending cases and the facts described here and are available in public court documents. So and then, of course, we have the next one. These are people who The Legislature into some degree. The state Supreme Court, in their infinite wisdom thought made sense to to release these people not to hold him in custody because it could be unfair to people who don't have a lot of resources to be held in custody when people have a lot of resources can bail out. The next one is a guy named Troy Davis. You heard of him because he is now in custody for this egregious murder and land Park. Uh, in 2016 to 17 eighties, arrested and convicted of multiple violent charges in Sacramento and Santa Cruz counties. He's prosecuted, convicted and sentenced to time in prison. For whatever reason he's out early. I don't know why I am calling on CDC Arc Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to let us know why did you let him out early? Why is he not in custody? Why was the will of the people as represented in California statutory law not respected. Why was the will of the judge and jury not respected? This person earned his way into custody. But he didn't stay in custody. He got out again, and in June of this year he was stopped in El Grove, driving the aforementioned stolen car. Um,.
"troy davis" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Anniversary of George Floyd staff. Minneapolis was among the cities where memorials were held. That's where Floyd sister Bridget, addressed the crowd has been a lot of names added to the list after my brother's death. Still nothing is being done. A large group of supporters gathered tonight at Troy Davis Park in downtown Atlanta organizer Portia Miller say you to raise our forces. We're gonna continue to fight and gonna steal show solidarity. Now Justice Department has opened a probe into policing practices in Minneapolis in the four former officers involved in Floyd's arrest and death have been indicted on federal civil rights charges. Former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show, Vin was convicted of Floyd's murder and is scheduled to be sentenced. Ah, month from now, new, huge A research analyzes alternatives to pandemic mandates intense social distancing and lockdown measures were used to prevent the spread of covert 19. But could there have been a better way? Professor John Drake at the University of Georgia says school and workplace closures and shelter in place orders had extreme economic consequences. Interventions rather than mass applied interventions. We can Epidemics like Cove it in a much less costly fashion, he says. Hopefully, in the future lockdown and shelter and place orders would only be emergency measures that would be used for a very short period of time. Sabrina Cuban 95.5 WSB Top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. A man wanted for shooting up a Marietta home after not being invited to a game night has been arrested in Arkansas. Cobb County Police say Cody DeMint fired multiple shots into his neighbor's house. One man was shot in the shoulder and is expected to survive today dim it was suspected of shooting police officer Roy Hurst in Memphis. On their police say he's still the officers unmarked car and headed to Arkansas, where he was later arrested and pulling into a gas station to fill up. It's a routine for all of us. That one Atlanta City Council member says is becoming dangerous right there at the pump, and she has an idea how to stem a rise in car jackings or robberies. Right there. The gas pump. Atlanta Councilwoman Nettle in Archibong now offers city legislation anti renewal of business licenses for self service gas stations to have cameras at each The gas pump. Archibong says those might have prevented her daughter from being a victim of an attempted Carjacking stations take on camera cost. But she says owner operators of the gas stations have been open to conversations about this. Andrew Craig, It's 95.5 WSB. WSB news. Time is two No. Three We're here for you. 24 hours a day, the top local and national news every 30 minutes, breaking news traffic, red alerts and storm center updates immediately. 95.5 WSB and let us news and talk. I'm Robert Conte, chief of the Metropolitan Police Department. I have an urgent message. Unfortunately, Traffic fatalities have increased in D. C and I need your help to reverse this trouble in train. Did you know that, using.
"troy davis" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"He was never under appreciated yeah. You know like if i were to give you under college anyway you know like iowa state. When i'm gonna speak to your heart's here troy davis he was at the heisman he got votes. He's like five to right right but a dervish just an unstoppable whirlwind of a man paul field he he gets prime consideration iteration for people's heisman retroactively who was mississippi state's little bowling ball running back from <hes> played with that prescott. I can't remember i. I don't know who you're talking about. That just reminded me of rennie curran at georgia would probably also be another one that i earned their right yeah but you're you're talking about like five six five six. It's like thunder wonder like ben described as a bowling ball out because this is going to drive me insane. It will drive it will drive you mad. Please because it's also gonna drive me mad by the way people's heisman. You're talking about a particularly charismatic like pairing of running back and quarterback. That's a great place to go ahead and and look for people's heisman candidates because you might have a quarterback goes onto the n._f._l. And you might have a running back you rarely have both in a good duo and when that happens look at the one who didn't go to the pros didn't pan out in the n._f._l. That's probably the person dominate. I have a real good nominate nominee money in that sort of format for science found this running back okay his josh robinson yeah yeah. I don't remember him at all. Five nine a two fifteen how he he got <hes> about sixteen hundred yards from scrimmage and twelve touchdowns for that twenty before two thousand fourteen mississippi state team which if memory serves was the first team to ever get the number one ranking by the college football playoff committee. Wow there's actually the state of mississippi figures in the the retroactive people's heisman that <hes> i discussed out before the program <hes> at one point remember in the top three we had five we had mississippi state and ole miss and the world shockingly did not enter armageddon phase at that point somehow did either of them make the playoff now. Nothing did not know how was it because one knocked out in the egbo. Et didn't help but probably wasn't happening. Either didn't didn't really help and a was it also by the way just a relatively meaningless win for that other team yeah on the board. It was pretty meaningless considering potential outcomes was it meaningless in the heart never never i don't know everybody how we doing ruin jason kirk goddamn nowhere i was i was i was detained by a project. I had to wrap up and <hes> also oh putting out the fires of the read option watched grid where eleven of eleven people who've contacted me so far went to go back to the way it was. I have an uprising on my the hands <hes> dealing with conservative factions who can't handle change so i think i'm going to be forced into forced into reverting it to its twenty eighteen in previous form canceled. I have going on i i. I am a democratic. Leader is what it is coward. Our public has decided in the spirit of the people's heisman. The public has decided. I had a comment and a question. I've tried to listen to keep up. Did we decide that. Heisman finalists are are ineligible sociable for the people's eisman for the most part although i would like to throw in an exception for somebody like a defensive player who gets a token invite <hes> mike the only defensive players linemen like who we know don't actually have a chance to win but like an dominant sue would not qualify because a had like a decent case that year and be probably too good right writing. Sue is the hands down winner for that year. He didn't even get invited did he. To the heisman ceremony was he invited. I don't remember if he was or not..
"troy davis" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"You're listening to W R an LP Pasco. Tennessee Radio Free Nashville. From the Sundance film festival in Park City Utah. This is democracy now. Well, I was really inspired to write clemency. The morning after Troy Davis was executed the morning after he was executed. So many of us were sad and frustrated and angry. And I thought if we're all dealing with promotions. What must be like for the people who had to kill him. You know, what is it like for your livelihood to be tied to the taking of human life? As Texas carries out. The nation's first execution of the year. We look at clemency a new film starring alfre Woodard that examines the death penalty from the perspective of the executioners as well. As the condemned. We'll speak with the film's director the Nigerian American writer director Chania Chewco, then to always in season lynching for more than a century was ultimate tool racial terrorism. It is the way on a continuum tactics to maintain white supremacy was a way to keep black people policing themselves. It was the ultimate terrorism. As we Mark the beginning of black history month, we turn to a disturbing new documentary looking at lynching in the United States at centers on the death of blending lacy. A seventeen year old African American high school student found hanging in two thousand fourteen from a swing set in a large white trailer park in North Carolina. We'll speak with Lacey's mother as well as the director, Jacqueline olive all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot.
"troy davis" Discussed on Crooked Conversations
"You mentioned your wife, and I want to talk about your wife one. Because if you are a woman the first question somebody would ask you would have been about your husband or your other or whoever your partner? So they'll something she was saying. Because I I like your wife. She is popping your wife is black girl magic. So I just want you to tell me a little bit about how you all got married in December of two thousand seventeen if I'm correct, yes. We got married in December. Yeah. Since who tell me about your fabulous, pop and wife and why she was so important to US success. Yeah. So I met my wife in college, and we met she was a sophomore, and she was president of the black student union black girl magic. I was president NAACP and that was a senior, and we met planning a protests over the wrongful execution of Troy Davis. So we're in this meeting. She just like, I'm very practical senior year. My client is protests. Let's get out. We're going to do this. You got candles. You got this. These speaking you speaking, I got this. You got this very tactical and she said, well, wait, you're missing the point. She started crying and talked about how like this in our country. The state is executing a man who's mentally ill. And can we just pause flagged on that? I saw that passion that heart. Although, yeah, that's the one. So then we started dating like two months after. Got married. Six five years after that. And she's awesome. Because she is unapologetically like feminists and black and smart and just really pushes the like, she just. When she first moved to stock than people kept calm heritz heart in a pretty face. She to check people and say, no, I'm five beta Kappa graduate from Stanford online. Line my PHD from Cambridge as a gates scholar. Like, I'm just a smart little mayor. Man wish he is. And this. She also has been helping me really think about sort of how they'd be more explicitly feminist in the work we're doing so she led the first report on the status of women have Stockton. We looked us whatever how these different indicators would talking about Stockton neutral way by the impact women because women are fifty percent of our city. And through that we found issues with access to childcare issues with access to birth control health disparities thirty eight percent of our households are headed by single mothers and single single woman. And she's been a just just a voice on the lot of issues, particularly around education. But also ensuring that we have a feminist lens in discussions, we have whether it's run basic income or Ryan, poverty, and she just make sure like she's she's OCD knee, and I'm OCD messy. She makes our houses presentable. That I eat salads and stuff. Stay and what is your? What is your wife's whole name? I think America needs to hear it. Her name is Ana NTSB hyphen tubs Ana Antea sorry hyphen tabs. I had to ask him to say. Because I always Butch. The sl. It's amazing. I think it's important behind every gray man is even behind every great man is even greater woman. Probably a black woman during the real work pipe and him up and making sure that he is ready to go. We'll mayor I appreciate you for spending some time with us today where can folks find out more information about the work. That's going on in Stockton. Is there a website? We can go to for reinvent Stockton. Yes. You go to Michael de tubs dot com has all the suffer doing around the future work, basic income arts, wishing free college.
"troy davis" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"It change not only mine, but so many people not only in Florida but across the country. Where able to identify with that case, we're able to identify identified the problem with the Justice system in that case. And I think that in many ways created the beginning of a realization that you know the system and structure writ large was unjust in needed. You know, fundamental transformational change. I'll never forget. You know, for me, I saw myself in Trayvon, like I was a kid who would literally walk home from school and get a sweet tea and some skittles or starbursts and just walk home through a suburban community. Same, like Trayvon Martin and just to think, you know, at any point, somebody could just come up in murdered me and then gotten away with it, made it so personal where it was not sort of just a something that you can sort of empathize with or see how impacts other people, but with something that could very much impact your life right or the life of those. Around you. It could be you. It could be, you know, a little brother could be so many people that I knew and cared about and loved. And and I think that that realization that that this could be me to this could be so many people close to me has always made this work, so personal and so important to be involved with something that you can't sort of just walk away from, but something that will always impact you. And so if you are not impacting the systems and structures that will impact you, then they will just do what they will to you. So you have to be involved in this work. You have to continue it in in many ways. You know, I wouldn't be here doing what I'm doing today without that realization. That experience Trayvon was was a part of a series of transformative moments in my life. I remember when I was in college, you know, seeing what happened with Gina, six. I remember seeing what happened with Troy Davis. I remember graduating and see what happened with Trayvon and obviously would happen. You know, two years later in Ferguson. I think all of these were a PA. As part of a series of cascading events that that really illuminated. The sort of what had previously been hidden to an extent. Right. It wasn't. It wasn't hidden in the way that I think so many of us didn't know it was there, but I don't think we were as cognizant that it was as pervasive in so many people had fundamentally different notions of where we were as a country as compared to where we actually were a politicize me in ways that were profound. And and I think I'm still it was. It was in many ways. It was the catalyst from a decision to become sort of more intellectually engaged in understanding the sort of systemic and institutional factors under girding the world in society that would allow things like that to happen. And I think you know over the last six, five, six years since the trial. And since so much of of the movement black lab. Has has happened over the last half decade or so. I think the conversation around race and Rachel Justice has. Is exist in a fundamentally different place than it was before. And in this documentary in the show, I think, showed how Trayvon was in so many ways. The catalysts for us having fundamentally different and more honest conversation about the history of this country. And as a result, the sort of contemporary manifestations of of racism in this country that for too long we either chose not to talk about or didn't have the language to talk about. I think so much of the conversation that we have on this podcast wouldn't be possible if it wasn't for afra-. Trayvon. Yeah, just say to is being mindful that you know, I think about being in the street in Ferguson, is that that was like we were all many of us were old enough that we remember the Trayvon the trial Zimmerman trial. Remember that. In many ways, Ferguson was its own phenomenon, right? That there is. I don't think there's like a direct relationship between the two. Like it's like people just like waited to protests and all of a sudden they did it in August the twenty four team because of Trayvon. But it definitely helped us like Dink about the world differently in a one was vigilante was police very different circumstances, and I and I do want us to be mindful about the way that we flattened..
"troy davis" Discussed on The Moth
"When i was fifteen there are two things that made up a good day the first was chocolate waffles for breakfast and the second was chess tournament after school i was a good if apathetic student i had a penchant for bad puns kind of nerdy and awkward these baggy shirts and my mom bought me and i had this long shaggy hair kind of made me look like an indian skywalker you can imagine that wasn't a good look yeah that was fifteen and fifteen when i got involved with the most wellknown death row inmate in american history it started when a friend of mine gave me a ring and told me about this man named troy davis he told me davis was convicted in nineteen ninetyone of murdering a police officer and there was no physical evidence no gun no dna so instead this conviction was based on nine i witness testimonies but in the years since the trial seven of those nine came forward and said they lied at the trial because they'd been intimidated or coerced by the police in the saying troy davis shot the police officer and now davis was trying to go to court any court to present this new evidence but none of them would even give him a hearing now i had this blind faith in the justice system and this just seemed to able to be true i didn't wanna believe it but there's one small detail i couldn't get out of my head and it was the fact that the state of georgia my home state was due to execute troy davis six days before the us supreme court was supposed to review the case and at this point in two thousand eight troy davis had been on death row for seventeen years so why couldn't they wait one more week for the highest court in the country to review the case something was wrong and for the first time in my life i started following the news really closely and when the supreme court ninety minutes before the execution stepped in to stop it so they could review the case for the first time ever i wanted to write a letter of physical wetter i didn't really know how to write one my dad had to help me put the stamp on the right part of the envelope and i accidentally switched at two in the from the wrong place but i wanted to write him a letter just so he knew that there was someone out there who care that there's something so obviously wrong with this case but when that same week i've found out that not only detroit read my letter but he wanted me to come visit him on death row i was conflicted i didn't want to go i was scared he was thirty nine and i was fifteen he was black i was brown he grew up in a poor neighborhood full of drugs and gangs and i grew up in an affluent suburb full of manicured lawns overprice copy shops and he was a convicted cop killer i was the president of chess club but he could face another execution date in a matter of days how could i say no to him reminded me when my dad and i would walk through downtown atlanta and homeless people would ask us for money my dad would just avoid eye contact and walk right through them or he lie and say he didn't have any money to give the public to spend it on drugs he said so i followed suit and walked right through but i felt wrong not to help someone nearby when they were need and now troy davis was less than one hundred miles away from where i was standing possibly about to be executed for crime he didn't commit i couldn't walk right through again so i decided to visit him on death row and i was too young to drive so my mom got behind the driver's seat and we made the two hour drive down to georgia's death row during which he insisted on feeding me her signature cucumber sandwiches and i'm sorry mom but that's gross combination and i don't know i don't know why didn't say anything about it but i shouldn't eaten those when we got the death row we had to check in and if joy submitted our nature approval while an advanced we wouldn't have gotten in you go through security and they take our wallets and keys id's then you walk through this or well you in hall.
"troy davis" Discussed on Start the Week
"In the urban opposition was a way of creating wealth which is what china believes very strongly today and it has to be fast and even then they built the city wolves far larger than necessary to accommodate future population so they were thinking in terms of longterm battles the rapid development and i think sometimes the british and looking in china they go to shanghai i made a mistake to quit that city i think you should think more about the world cities of china and how they have been adopted and how the wall is such an important part of organizing the city and as a loss comment my own home town cambridge suffered pretty much the same thing is your allies in shanghai in the 1960s yes in that wonderful book about the lost cities of britain all run cambridge doesn't have a chapter but it's full of victories exiled averages resonates with your depiction of troy davis lay the wolves were obviously the starting point of uh of the of the whole narrative and said one of the first things i did when the idea came to us to possibly think about in this television was was to go to a silicon and tell you which was interested in that area it was a i mean i'm totally not an archeologist i have no knowledge but it was very quickly apparent about how confusing landscape to read it isn't up still speaking to the the first ever turkish chief archaeologist which is interesting itself got wonderful like rushed him ashland zb never much colonial project up until up until relatively recently how much that the city has been assessed in a state of complete confusion over when exactly if exactly this place was ever troy it may of it may not be added in schliemann who is the archaeology to i think probably most people knows the guy who discovered troy in speech marked the actually destroyed vast amounts of it because he got completely the wrong city yet wonderful story he was absolutely convinced that there was an older deep per troy somewhere in the in the process of trying to find it he smashed through what is now greek they now call choi seven which is the the troy that we would understand to be the bronze exit drove 1300 bureau thinking and creative jews lawson us greens as resolve the not.
"troy davis" Discussed on Undisclosed
"It's very difficult to wrap my find around the that the constitution doesn't protect somebody from being able to make their case again it it's it's it's difficult i don't see wearing the constitution it doesn't you know protect that individual ate doesn't say that anywhere to says fair due process requirements and rivals are met than what punishment follows right is there any difference between adept mean obviously that pelley is much more horrific in terms of immediate consequences but it didn't say either that you can't leave someone in prison wrongly convicted i mean of us again at this interpretation um there are other ways when circumcision but it's true that under our current system we have no guarantees that once your process was fair that your actual state of innocence or guilt has any bearing the on its i mean from my perspective there's a difference between successive habeas petitions based on maybe argument story as before but in both the davis case and attorneys lewis gave them it's very similar the defendants requ landing actual innocence they're trying to use this case schlup this federal case to claim we can bootstrap these wave claims but it's the same in both where both turns lewis in troy davis say my trial accounts was ineffective and then my postconviction counts was ineffective by failing to raise these arguments there were issues before the truck or and basically as built this noted with justice scalia and as we saw in the terms through his case this week adjudged looking at it and saying yes it's possible or certain your trial counsel messed up yes it's possible or certain europe pella council messed up but because both those existed we can't give you relief even if we find you're actually innocent and that's a real natural problem for me i can understand why you would prevent successive petitions based upon things that are not fall base but if you're saying you're barred based upon fall by both your trial and appellate council that's just saying you got screwed twice going to screw your for a third time now but even six that's petitions i hate that i.
"troy davis" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Go and they put a appendix at the end of it and they showed how many times lawyers in florida representing people on death row it missed the deadline a filing appeal so these guys were essentially screwed and um this happens all the time and i i have a question can have come out of the quiz uh sh a okay so um the adb a rosemary parkhead who was a judge on the eleventh circuit she wants called it a thicket of procedural brambles because it's so complicated this so confusing so i guess the question that kind of begs the question is justice better served by allowing appeals to progress over decades horrific better served by enforcing rigid new guidelines for new evidence that might prevent the wrongful conviction yeah will do i know you covered the troy davis case which involves a very similar factual scenario is turns lewis and so yeah can you share your reporting on the troy davis case sure um yeah i'm a colleague of mine alan judd now we were the first people to write a story about these recantations of the state's witnesses was back in two thousand three troy davis a anyone pretty familiar with the us justice system knows about the troy davis case he was sentenced to death for killing a offduty savannah police officer um but after the trial 7of9 key prosecution witnesses recanted their testimony um and i've interviewed several of them and found them to be pretty credible so eye it made me wonder.
"troy davis" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Aides they are steady organization it's an attractive landing spot that's all i'm saying i think they had to do it at this point though because obviously this is an organization that dozen fire coaches midseason and they had no choice because of everything that was going on and even marceta 80s like i know our fans are suffering but i'm suffering more right now and i thought that that was an interesting moment because you don't hear a lot of owners come out and streets say that you can see on his face how passionate he is about the team and how awful this whole scenario has spiralled out of control so quickly this entire week that he's had to do it's a nice roster and jerry reese is the surprise part of it because i know they have only made the playoffs once in the last six years he has a complicated legacy but his draft class won them a super bowl in two thousand seven and he really built up that two thousand eleven team so he's an alltime giant for for what he did and they kept him around for a long time i'm sure that high that firing was a lot tougher and third to happen inside isn't it i mean just shockwaves through that organization all right so that's what's going on with the giants and let's move out so yes suspensions for juju smith schuster and all by the way we're going to talk you know mac do no longer no hot but it just but on the street that's the way this was gameworks cold but we're going to get more hot but talk a little bit later in a few minutes but now some more suspension chuck robb drunk housekey as has been suspended one game for his cheap shot in sunday's game he was frustrated that bills quarterback troy davis white was being overphysical overly physical with him on an interception and he he threw his forearm into the back of davies whites head white suffered a concussion and there was a media speculation that got grant could be banned for a game calling and that's exactly what the nfl dead he suspended one game which i'm sure they will survive against the dolphins and he'll be back.
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"Uh could we you know be able to leave you know the southern conference uh and be able to compete on the top level in a collegian football and i think that we proved a lot of people wrong so we were lucky lucky enough to um to get some some draft picks from gaza and league to be able to reach their goals a play with chair pennington play would a guy a quarterback aircrafts her hassem often salama some receivers some secondary a couple de lam and so we had some guys from from marshall to to to be able to reach their third goals of getting a shot of playing in national football league at what point during that year did you start to fake i can win this house from trophy well i think that um i never really uh put the heisman trophy of winning in in my head because i remember a running back by the name of troy davis that have backed back two thousand yards seasons in he did not win it anna he should have wanted by landslides so known what may be in from a smaller school known to those bigger schools such as tennessee such as michigan you know put up more money for those guys to be you know advertizes is what i really had to to understand and i think it didn't take me long to understand and so you know going into the house not think it was a a great experience for me you know being around charles been around peyton bill moran leaf to be able to understand it this is probably uh of not probably did number one award in college football on you know me to be able to be blessed to be on a a panel of the final four so you know this this some of the the memories that you take.
"troy davis" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Every cent not very effective watching the game trying to parkway okay well it's better to leaves a mystery i find that in a somewhat sex that was that was hardly at andy dalton performance i'm i'm feeling more like juice misuse stereotype a day from u s a little juju on well hide god's sake chris wesseling we love you buddy thank you for joining us our plan all right let's move on stephen house you're the man of the hour house money for 30 order that game on the line with eighteen seconds westbound sampras broke down if you've got tom o'clock on how to do that three times three that way way when he hit on something good i mean it and i'll tell you what i give you a credit barra johnny murphy of wjr stephen howe sca yeah house money is thirty order with fourteen seconds to play which was set up by rookie quarterback troy davis white forcing a bubble in recovering it that led to the bills outlasting the tampa bay buccaneers thirty two twenty seven eight orchard park greg the bills are going to finally end their infernal playoff drought they have to win these types of games and it was another positive step forward on their frei have stolen games and i i think someone needs to go check on bucks defensive coordinator mike smith blood pressure mighty okay mikey because i'm more i'm worried about him he also he is gonna go.
"troy davis" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey
"By art as i was that night like i i you know and i was an english major in college at this time we're reading whitman sexton yates in keith sin in all of these folks of of the cannon and and i was feeling very distant from from their life a you know this was a moment rose i think i was becoming a beginning become increasingly politicised uh this was the time around uh the troy davis death penalty trial in in georgia this was after the genus six um and so i think this was like you don't even before trayvon this was the like early stages that i think set the uh of the of the mid to late 2000s that set the stage for a lot of the what we see happening over the past several years so so i was those things were on my mind and when i was reading keats i was like this is great but like this is in my mind at that time you know as a nineteen year old i was like there's something more urged to be said so i stepped into this venue and there were people talking about issues that were happening all around us or people talking about police brutality the people talking about lgbtq rights there were people talking about living or you know where the first poem i ever heard was a woman who had cerebral palsy and in three minutes the way i talk thought about in the entire demographic people completely changed and disability isn't something that was ever at the forefront of my consciousness but did swimming getting on stage and sharing her story through this poor of course it three minutes which shape the way i thought about disability moving forward for the rest of my life and i was like this is this is wild the my i little came into that room thinking about the world one way and left later that night thinking about the world in a very different way and and i don't know what this is but i wanna do it and you know it's interesting 'cause i'm not at all like a naturally perform it if person i was like not a shy kid but i wasn't in you know a super extroverted child by any means arm and so you know getting on stage in sharing.
"troy davis" Discussed on Up and Vanished
"Fancy arrived baron she acting a little a little differently on the phone i was just wondering if a phone records were ever confirmed in the last call that she made before leaving that principle barbecue whether it was determined who she was talking to and could it have been other ryan or bill or anyone who is having that party that she would have been heading to seeing after the barbecue greatly love the season and look forward to the next one thank you she received were some calls but the last tall that she received was about ten twenty that was from the detectives who she was did france possibly season that was at 1020 he's dots detective temporary and that was confirmed we've never had any access to any case documents including the phone records but that was confirmed by dr troy davis who was host did the barbecue he was out there on the deck that's who he said that she was talking to that's how that was confirmed that's the last non phone call that are no off her heard me cheney from reality uh we did it dan we rather great grandma matches you love your grandma waiting at a new cookie a scene an acre that gad throughout fill out the podcast so good we get your grandma's cookie recipe three john giving ethnic rights did it only go back to the fast new family got how much that was probably the cutest thing i've heard all year.