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"wanda hill" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Jack Russell, but formerly a naval intelligence officer And now with one America News joins he is following the Derrick Shobin trial in Minneapolis and all the situation's unfolding in the Minneapolis area right now with the riots than the looting and the craziness that's happening, Jack Great to have you back on the show. A buck. It's great to be here for you. We did. We were talking last time. I think I was on about what would happen in the aftermath of the trial, And yet the trial's still going, But the riots have already begun. It's It's really a tinderbox, Jack. We all know that it was a tense situation preparations in downtown Minneapolis at the courthouse and just anything that thought would be a high priority target for these riots. It looks like a war zone already, and then you add to it. This this shooting of Dante, right? The rights that have been happening there. Let's drill down because because my my understanding is that That that there have been some pretty big Bombshells in just the last 24 to 48 hours in the show Vin trial, which, as we know, is going to have an enormous effect on what happens in Minneapolis over the next week or so. Yeah, but that's absolutely right. So what happened so far is that this week? Early Monday, the prosecution rested their case in chief. And so what? Then? What happens is the defense begins to put up Their side in chiefs of the defense in chief up until that point we'd on Lee really heard from one side of the case that being a prosecution side the state time which is being sort of quarterback. Keith Ellison. Now it's the defense's turn. They're coming forward with their witnesses, their medical experts, their use of force experts, which you heard yesterday. We're hearing today and interestingly enough very interesting. I think for a lot of people to note Is that in that car go all the way back to May 25th 2020 today and in question there were three people in that car. It was George Floyd Marie's Hall, and she'll want to Hill. The prosecution did not call the two passengers in the car up to testify. It was in fact, the defense that brought forward the two passengers who were with Floyd during that day during the time when the police first arrived. That's not usually the type of thing you would see in a case like this. Now what do you take from that, Jack? This is very interesting because Maurice Hall, of course, had already been fingered by George Steroids girlfriend as being the man who had sold him drugs in the past. He said. He was a drug dealer so much you've given him an ultimatum about even spending time with. She didn't like this guy didn't want George to be around him. Right. He comes up and takes the fit. He says he will not testify because under Minnesota long has his lawyer also brought this up as well. That if he sold him drugs or so employees drugs that contributed to fluids death fentanyl mixed with methamphetamine, which he was telling people we're pocus senses your street streets, counterfeit drugs. Under that scenario under Minnesota law that's considered third degree murder so that actually could he could be held liable for the murder of George Floyd on. Of course, he hasn't Fifth Amendment rights, not incriminate himself. He took the stand today took the fifth and the judge said that he would allow that would not compel the testimony. So he did not testify. Then she'll want to Hill yesterday testified and gave some very interesting testimonies to the jury that I don't think has been heard yet. She stated that while they were in the car, so but remember, this whole thing started with a counterfeit $20 bill, right? On and When George really left that store, the Cup Foods convenience store workers then came out and said that they had were asking him. Hey, can you just give us the $20 so we can square this up? It was a real 20. Right? And they never really explained why it was that until they called police. That George wait simply didn't just drive away, right, You know, leave the the scene, you know, not not stay there. So Wanda Hill answered that question for us yesterday when she got up and testified very strangely. George Roy suddenly fell asleep, almost passed out, seemingly in the driver's seat of that vehicle while it was sitting outside the convenience store. She said that she took a phone call. And then she turned over and George was asleep. And so that she couldn't rouse him. The workers of the store couldn't rouse him, and it was only later when police finally arrived. He was able to get up now. Answer due to issues and self incrimination of the Fifth Amendment. The judge didn't allow questioning or whether or not she had viewed George Floyd using drugs. Rather, she had supplied him with drugs, etcetera. However. That's something that really speaks to the defense's contention. Their argument that Wood was as we know, of course, and toxicology report was using fentanyl, and that may have ingested a large amount of fentanyl mixed with methamphetamine, combined with his already Heightened medical condition. Which, of course you've heard from every medical examiner has said that this This guy definitely had medical what you would consider cardiac disease. 90% occlusion on one side, 75% the other side of his heart. This guy was the guy who did not have a healthy heart. And for him to take that amount of fentanyl. Plus, we know later when police arrived. He then shoots a mother fentanyl pills to try to. Ah, potentially try to hide them. They were later found much later in police squad car. That all of these things may have contributed to this. And so it kind of answered that key question of why he stayed there and why he didn't simply leave. He was not conscious for that entire period, which is new information to the jury. Okay, So we're talking to Jack Basso Bick of one America News and Jack. The use of force issue has been central here. I want you to tell me what the most recent expert for the defense says. About the putting the knee on the neck and what's Where are we on that? It's this expert from the defense that came up. He positively testified that using a prone position is something that's absolutely considered standard for police practice, especially when a suspect is resisting arrest and using what he referred to as aggressive resistance by Floyd again. Post. Remember from the old video that came out? Not just the nine minutes before video fluid was was resisting multiple officers who were trying. We're asking him to sit in the back of a police car. He refused to do that. He fought them off when they laid him on the ground already actually requested to be laid on the ground. Hey, kicked several times after you officers and so Police are training and this is what the expert testify. They are trained for when they're dealing with that type of active, aggressive resistance that holding someone in the prone position is Not only supported from the objective standard, but also recommended not just for the safety of the officers, but for the safety off the suspect, because they may be experiencing the toxic Yushin by trade, your other means and that they may become a harm to themselves. This is actually something that's trained two police officers and certainly would have been consistent with the training that show that received. How How could we be in this place where we're told by some law enforcement experts were appearing that this would never be a restraint that would be allowed to be used. But others are saying no, this is actually right from the training manual. Right. And so you you really got a situation Where? Because the way these policies are written, they've been rewritten so many times after there is use of force cases throughout the country that It's something where it could be time. There's a lot of holes in this. It's very complicated. There's a ton of bureaucracy. Thank you..
"wanda hill" Discussed on AP News
"Is AP News. I'm Rita fall away just into us. Bernie made off as died in a federal prison, apparently from natural causes. Bernie Madoff orchestrated the largest Ponzi scheme ever. He died in a federal prison in North Carolina. We're told Today. We may hear whether prosecutors will charge the former police officer who shot a black man 20 year old Dante, right during a traffic stop in a Minneapolis suburb. He died on Sunday. There've been protests in the streets of Brooklyn Center Minnesota every night since A few miles away. The defense is now presenting its case in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin charged in the death of George Floyd. The AP is Julie Walker reports so far, Derrick show Vin has yet to take the stand in his own defense, and it's unknown if he will. On Tuesday his lawyer had used force expert and police veteran Barry Broad testify, felt that Officer Sheldon's interactions of Mr Floyd We're following his training. Following current practices and policing. And were objectively recently. But when the prosecution pushback, broad said, shown in this picture that could be a use of force. The defense also called Wanda Hill, who was in the car with Floyd to testify. He was nodding off to show drug use. They contend that's what killed him. Audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he doesn't think it'll be long before the CDC and the FDA figure out the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine situation. They're recommending the vaccine not be administered for the time being, while they investigate reports of rare blood clots. They want to take a quick pause. Take a look at it. See what's going on, See if they're any more details. And then that's it, but I think it's going to be a matter of days. Dr Fauci on the Today show this morning. This is AP News. The Biden administration is beginning to reverse President Trump's family planning policy. AP Washington Correspondent SOCCER MADANI reports The Trump Administration's 2019 change to the federal family Planning Program band clinics from referring women for abortions that led Planned Parenthood to drop out of the program and complicated things for women trying to get birth control. Women's groups called it a gag rule. Ah, proposed by the administration change would undo Trump changes that also required federally funded clinics to financially and physically separate themselves from facilities providing abortions. The Supreme Court's already agreed to hear a challenge to the Trump rules. SOCCER Megane Washington A new AP poll finds The 15% of Americans say they're worse off now than a year ago before the pandemic outbreak began. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Julie Walker is stay two of the defense, presenting its case in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd. So far. Derek Sheldon has yet to take the stand in his own defense, and it's unknown if he will. On Tuesday his lawyer had used force expert and police veteran Barry Broad testify, felt that officer show Vin's interactions of Mr Floyd. We're following his training. Following current practices and policing. And were objectively recently. But when the prosecution pushed back, Broad said, shown in this picture that could be a use of force. The defense also called Wanda Hill, who was in the car with Floyd to testify. He was nodding off to show drug use. They contend that's what killed him. Audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker. I'm Rita Foley Within 18 use minted. Dr. Anthony Fauci has some advice as the CDC and the FDA recommend pausing the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine while they investigate reports of rare blood clots out of an abundance of caution. I want to take a quick pause. Take a look at it. See what's going on. See if they're any more details, and then that's it, But I think it's going to be a matter of days. What do you do if you just got the Johnson and Johnson shot? Dr Fauci tells the today show Savannah Guthrie, if you've had it within a few days, just a heads up. Symptoms, severe headache, abdominal pain, just paying things like that. But again, underscoring Savannah, it is a very, very rare went event. The White House says. There is plenty of flies around Moderna vaccines enough to vaccinate all Americans this morning. The Biden administration is beginning to one do a trump era ban on clinics, referring women for abortions. That band created new complications for women trying to get birth control. I'm Rita Fall way, the Biden administration has moved to start reversing Donald Trump's family planning policy. The Trump Administration's 2019 change to the federal family Planning Program Band clinics from referring women for abortions that led Planned Parenthood to drop out of the program and complicated things for women trying to get birth control. Women's groups called it a gag rule. Ah, proposed by the administration change would undo Trump changes. It also required federally funded clinics to financially and physically separate themselves from facilities providing abortions. The Supreme Court's already agreed to hear a challenge to the Trump rules. Soccer mahogany Washington This'll.
Expert: Ex-cop justified in pinning George Floyd to pavement
"I'm Julie Walker it's day two of the defense presenting its case in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd so far dark show but has yet to take the stand in his own defense and it's unknown if you will on Tuesday his lawyer had use of force expert in police veteran Barry broad testify film also show men's interactions of Mister Floyd were following his training following current practices in policing and were objectively reasonable but when the prosecution pushed back broad said shown in this picture that could be a use of force the defense also called to Wanda hill who was in the car with Floyd to testify he was nodding off to show drug use they contend that's what killed him audio from court TV I'm Julie Walker
"wanda hill" Discussed on 710 WOR
"55 degrees at 10 O'clock and Good Morning. I'm Joe Bartlett Charge is expected to be announced today against Minnesota Police Officer Kim Potter Washington County attorney's been considering potential charges, including manslaughter after three days of protests here today, charges could be announced against Brooklyn Center Police officer Kim Potter. She's the one who fired her weapon allegedly accidentally meaning to fire her Taser. Veteran of the force could learn. She is charged today. Prosecutors in the neighboring county reviewing the case, they say they plan to decide mid day today like Stone, ABC News, Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. And that comes just miles away from where the defense is going to continue to present its case that the Derrick Children trial charged in the death of George Floyd. So far we've heard from a use of force expert here's correspondent Alex Parents. For the first time, a police veteran testifying showman's actions were justified defense calling former Officer Berry broad as a use of force expert. I felt that officer showman's interactions of Mr Floyd We're following his training The defense, which has focused on Floyd's drug use before the encounter, with police, also calling a woman who was with him at the time show Wanda Hill testifying, Floyd had nodded off in the car, and she tried several times to wake him up. When the police arrived. Federal officials say the paws on the Johnson and Johnson vaccine should only last a couple of days. Nearly seven million doses have been administered so far, but six women developed a rare blood clot into the CDC. The six people with these rare blood clots were women between 18 and 48 years old. They all got sick about 6 to 13 days after getting vaccinated. Five of them. Their first symptom was a headache. Four of them dealt with neurological symptoms like feeling weak and not being able to talk or understand words. One of the six women was hospitalized and died of a brain hemorrhage after experiencing a gradually worsening headache one week after the shot another in her late forties, was hospitalized in Nebraska with what doctors say was profound bleeding. Correspondent Steve Wilson, summing the empty A Zone survey says New Yorkers do not feel safe on the subway and Mayor de Blasio is unhappy about so angry the empty A released a survey of subway safety concerns, the mayor hopped on a train and declared the agency should be encouraging, not discouraging ridership. The agency used the survey's findings that just 26% of writers were satisfied with safety from crime and harassment to call for more cops on the subways, The mayor argues, there's already enough cops to which an empty Spokesman quipped. We're glad the mayor finally rode the subway this week. Alice stacked in Rosine E. W. O R News President Biden Gotto announced today he is withdrawing the remaining 2500 troops in Afghanistan by September. 11th the war in Afghanistan nearly 20 years old. And finally, it's reported this morning that burning made off has died in federal prison. He's serving the 150 year prison sentence for the $50 billion Ponzi scheme. Bernie Madoff was 82 years old. General threes on time right now, Let's get.
"wanda hill" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Wagon to your continued rising star, Sir, we're not. We're not gonna miss the boat. This time. We've missed it with every other guest that was launched into the stratosphere. So with all my co anchors who have gone under the network, what happened here? Take care. We'll talk to you again tomorrow. Thank you so much. That we move over to Scott Johnson from from Alfa News and power line and let's set it up this way. I'm sure you have a lot to say with regard to the to the testimony, But let me ask you this. It did seem as if very, very broad did did fall apart quite a bit on cross examination, the prosecution prosecution spent way more time than defense did. On the defense's witness that being said, I personally thought that the parks officer chain that his body camera footage especially showing the by standard in the comments that they were making towards toward George Floyd and also show Wanda Hill's testimony at one point Where the the the prosecutor had asked her to side of kind of explain further and she started going on a rant about what was taking place inside the car and George Floyd falling asleep and trying to wake him up to which it seemed as if he panicked a little bit and Tried toe stop. Okay, We're done. We're good. My question is was the other testimony enough in your opinion to sort of salvage what was kind of a disaster in that very broad testimony and the cross examination. That's a great way to formulate the question. And I think the answer is no. When we spoke yesterday morning, John I said, I was looking forward to hearing you know the experts that the fence would produce and they ended the day with this very broad. The use of force expert Who, as Jason says, started strong and a sense, although I had a a bad feeling about it from the get go, but He was destroyed on cross examination and it was worse than uh, just erasing his points, the prosecution was able to make its points. Through, uh through broad. And so I thought that that was three hours of testimony. That was the bulk of the day yesterday. That's what the jury saw the end of the day. That's what the takeaway was. And I thought that The most important point yesterday was the defense lost ground. You can take these other these other witnesses whom you mansion officer change and she want to heal. And I look forward to hearing from show on the hill in lieu of Maurice Hall, and she was interesting, but it was overwhelmed by the by the wreck of a very broad and the fact I think that you have to take right now. That officer showman doesn't have a leg to stand on on the use of force issue Now I had heard or I just don't see the smattering of tweets yesterday, and I actually went looking for what they were referencing, but I didn't see it's all just asked this briefly. There was talk that Erik Nelson of the defense was going to move for an acquittal today. Have you heard this? This is absolutely pro form. I mean, it's just part of the game at the conclusion of the prosecution case. The defense can move for the court to dismiss the charges based on the argument that the state has not proved the case against the defendant as a matter of law. And it's I would say that it appears that Nelson has reserved his right to argue that motion and judge Cahill is going to give him the opportunity to do that. But it's really just, you know, obligatory. Okay, so kind of you know fairly for. I wanted to make sure the fact that I hadn't seen anything anywhere else. You know, sort of cat. My Spidey sense is tingling, and that that makes that makes a lot more sense. Scott. I'm interested in your perspective as far as a defense strategy. Now that we've had, you know the first opportunity for the defense to call witnesses at the first opportunity for the defense to sort of lay out their agenda and their case. What do you think their main strategy their main argument? At the end of the day is going to be And what do you think of that strategy so far? Well, it's evolved. I think to the point where what they're left with is The question of causation of death and the last remaining expert as I understand it is a tax ecology expert, but I think the strongest part of the prosecution's case Was the medical testimony supporting the cause of death being asphyxiation related to the to the, um Detention of of George Floyd. So it's being reduced by the devastation that occurred yesterday. I mean, I think that you support the reasonable use of force argument is disappearing and What he's left with is this question of causation and what charges fit the fax from from second degree murder to third degree murder. Toe Second would be manslaughter. The judge will instruct the jury and on Monday after the closing arguments, I mean that's all legal argument. I think that's what he's left with, and it's not much, but the question is in my mind is how many of those offenses is he gonna be convicted off? I apologize if this was covered yesterday, But is there been any What sort of sense have you gotten of the Dante? Right killing of the the Brooklyn Center shooting had playing into this trial at all if it if it is, even at all. I mean, is it something that they I know there was concern about sequestering the jury as this went on, and Cahill said, no, that won't be necessary. Um, you know, do you get any sense that That the incident and in the end this and the fall out from the shooting has is impacting the jury is is creeping into the trial in any way. Well, I don't see how it can't. I mean, the jurors were going home with with a curfew applicability to them. They have to have some understanding of what's going on. And why, and that. Whole framework has set the BRAC backdrop that we've been talking about just the first day that You had me on to talk about the case is the is the underlying threat of violence. What? When there's a verdict reached and it's it's like they jumped the gun. Okay, They've got this operation Safety Net in place. Talked about this with John for a few moments yesterday, But this operation safety net is this joint Law enforcement task force. That has been formed in anticipation of the verdict, and they have with the events on Sunday. They have jumped it up to Phase three, which was not supposed to kick in until the jury went into the pit of liberations in this case, but they put it into effect in Brooklyn center and elsewhere in the twin cities because of because of the events on Sunday, so There's this direct crossover between the showman try allow and the events following the death of Dante, right, and I don't see how it could have any impact. Judge Cahill blew it off when when Nelson raised it, and in terms of asking for him to sequester The jury, But I mean, there's an underlying reality in this case, and here it is again..
"wanda hill" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I had the way you kind of describe the you know the jury going, okay? Okay. Okay. And then then the you know the way that that interaction ended being completely different. I had a very similar reaction when I was when I was watching the trial yesterday afternoon. So I think that Z pretty fascinating. You know, it really could have Could've gone a lot of different ways. You mentioned that the defense did ripped through several witnesses yesterday. And we know that the defense is not going to be a long as as Derek shot was, as the as the state is has gone any any idea any speculation as to you know? What do you think the defense might wrap up? Well, the judge said that the jury jury might get Friday off so this may be done tomorrow. All depends on whether or not they call Derek showed him. But to me, all indications would be they will not based on this time line of the jury gets Friday off They were told to pack their bags over the weekend to be ready, Tombo sequestered on Monday. I should say we also heard from show Wanda Hill yesterday, which was interesting, and maybe Scott has thoughts on her. But we talked about you know Maurice Hall quite a bit. And it was interesting to see the body camera video of she wanted. Helen Maurice Hall resolve gave a fake name. And watching them across the street as Park police officer was securing the Mercedes SUV. They were all in, but she want to hell did give the defense her testimony that George Boyd fell asleep. In that SUV, and she said that he was just tired. He was sleepy, but the defense is saying that that's indicative of an overdose. So she did give them that Jason Russia Channel for excellent work. Working people see your continued coverage throughout the day. Well, when I'm not listening to the I R radio podcast, streaming coverage of the trial all day and interweaving updates from Brooklyn Center as well. We've been doing that during the breaks, and that's all that CBS and Minnesota which you could get wherever you stream video, or just go to W. C. C calm, Jason to rest probably doesn't know this, but many frequent guests on the on the show have gone on to much greater things. True, So I just wanna let you know bright things in your future. We're certainly Gonna be hitching our.
"wanda hill" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"50 degrees in Boston at 11 o'clock. Good evening. I'm Dan Walk ins. Here's what's happening. Tensions remain high in Brooklyn center, Minnesota, as a third night of protests are underway and a curfew goes into effect. And for the second night in a row police declaring an unlawful assembly after protesters break that city curfew. W. C. C O radio's Mark Fry reports sleeves were pretty quick to act and say that it was an unlawful protest began trying to disperse the crowd using chemical your attempts, flash bangs, things like that. The crowd responded by throwing bottles, shaking offenses that thread of the law enforcement. And earlier today, the city's police chief, resigning after the protests over a fatal shooting during a traffic stop this past weekend. We get more now from ABC. Stephanie Ramos, the officer who fatally shot Dante, right, has writ Signed from the force. We received a resignation letter in that letter Officer Kim Potter writing. I believe it is in the best interest of the community. That department and my fellow officers if I resign immediately, we now know that Potter had been with the Brooklyn Center Police Department for 26 years elsewhere in Minnesota, no indication get if Derrick Show, Vin will take the stand in his defense attorneys for the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd had begun call Going witnesses for the first time, a police veteran testifying showman's actions were justified defense calling former Officer Berry broad as a use of force expert. I felt that officer show Vin's interactions of Mr Floyd We're following his training The defense, which has focused on Floyd's drug use before the encounter with police, also calling a woman who was with him at the time she Wanda Hill testifying, Floyd had nodded off in the car, and she tried several times to wake him up when the police arrived. That was a B C's. Alex Perez reporting President Biden, commenting on the FDA recommendation to pause that Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine A B C's Karen Travers is in Washington with the latest president Biden Tuesday in the Oval Office, expressing confidence that the U. S will have enough vaccine supply. Despite the pause in distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, I made sure we have six 100 million doses. Of the war. Not of.
"wanda hill" Discussed on WTOP
"Were interacting with him. Correct? No. So Wanda Hill, who is in the SUV with Floyd before his encounter with show, Vin testified that Floyd had fallen asleep in the vehicle and roused when police approached. He's I Please, Please don't kill me. Please. Please don't shoot. Don't shoot. At least. Preston. CBS News New York A 34, D C. Maryland and Virginia all following CDC, an FDA guidance now to pause giving out the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine. The Virginia Department health is holding off while federal scientists investigate the cases of six women, including a Virginia woman concerning side effects. Our team coverage begins with w T. O P s Dick Uliano vaccination coordinator, Dr Danny Avila. Says the death in March of a Virginia woman a few weeks after receiving the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is one of the six cases nationwide of stroke like symptoms that have caused a pause in the use of the J and J vaccine. We have I made the decision and sent out messaging to our providers and partners this morning that we will hold off on administering the Johnson and Johnson vaccine in Virginia, while the state is postponing 30 vaccine events this week because of the absence of Johnson and Johnson vaccine Viola says Virginia will enter Phase two of its vaccination program on time. April 18th, particularly on O w T O P News are coming up on w t o p d c. Statehood nearly two dozen attorneys general from across the U. S have something to say about the idea. 8 35 be great if Holmes came with.
"wanda hill" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Talking. It's not possible, is it? To do what? Resist. I think it's definitely possible to resist when you passed out. Not doing it here. Is he not when he's passed out now? Overall, the prosecution seemed to do an effective job of countering what's expected to be one of the defense's key witnesses. Yeah, well, you said that the defense attorney called six witnesses today. Who else was there, right? He also called show Wanda Hill. She is a friend of George Floyd's who was in the car with him when police showed up and arrested him. She was not happy to be on the stand. But she did testify that Floyd had fallen asleep in the driver's seat when police showed up. This was testimony. The defense is probably going to use to suggest that Floyd was overdosing as part of its broader argument that drugs were partly to blame for his death. But the same witness also testified that a few minutes earlier, Floyd had been cheerful, hugging people even doing a little dance inside of the Cup Foods convenience store. I understand that there was also testimony from another police officer from a couple. Actually. One of them was Peter Chang Ah, Minneapolis Parks police officer who responded on the day that Floyd died but didn't get involved in his arrest. He was brought in to bolster another argument the defense is trying to make, which is that part of the reason show Vin did not get off of George Boyd's Annie. Was because he felt threatened by the bystanders who are watching what was going on. So here's Nelson asking this officer a question. And as Mr Floyd and the officers were across the street, did you notice any changes in the area? Yeah, that's the there was the crown. And I asked, the crowd was becoming more loud and aggressive. A lot of young crosses three did that cause you any concern concern for the officers, and he does. Other than this officer, l said there was also very limited testimony from an officer who arrested Floyd a year before he died. The defensive wanted to use this as evidence that Floyd had a tendency to resist arrest, but the judge didn't allow that. That is NPR's Adrian Florido in Minneapolis. Thank you, Adrian. Thanks, Sosa..
"wanda hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's not possible, is it? To do what? Resist. I think it's definitely possible to resist when you passed out. Not doing it here. Is he not when he's passed out now? Overall, the prosecution seemed to do an effective job of countering what's expected to be one of the defense's key witnesses. Yeah, well, you said that the defense attorney called six witnesses today. Who else was there, right? He also called she Wanda Hill. She is a friend of George Floyd's who was in the car with him when police showed up and arrested him. She was not happy to be on the stand. But she did testify that Floyd had fallen asleep in the driver's seat when police showed up. This was testimony. The defense is probably going to use to suggest that Floyd was overdosing as part of its broader argument that drugs were partly to blame for his death. But the same witness also testified that a few minutes earlier, Floyd had been cheerful, hugging people even doing a little dance inside of the Cup Foods convenience store. I understand that there was also testimony from another police officer from a couple. Actually. One of them was Peter Chang, a Minneapolis Parks police officer who responded on the day that Floyd died but didn't get involved in his arrest. He was brought in to bolster another argument the defense is trying to make, which is that part of the reason show Vin did not get off of George Boyd's Annie. Was because he felt threatened by the bystanders who are watching what was going on. So here's Nelson asking this officer a question. And as Mr Floyd and the officers were across the street, did you notice any changes in the area? Yeah, that's the there was the crown. And I guess the crowd was we call me more loud and aggressive. A lot of young cross the street did that cause you any concern concerned for the officer's 80 does. Other than this officer, l said there was also very limited testimony from an officer who arrested Floyd a year before he died. The defensive wanted to use this as evidence that Floyd had a tendency to resist arrest, but the judge didn't allow that. That is NPR's Adrian Florido in Minneapolis. Thank you, Adrian. Thanks, Sosa..
"wanda hill" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Many people want justice. They want full accountability under the law. Elliott said. He spent time with some of the protesters last night and despite the rioting and looting, he said he felt their anger and pain and does not believe they intend harm. Lisa Thanks Jessica Meantime, in Minneapolis, the trial of former officer Derrick Show Vin continues over the death of George Floyd focusing for a time today on more body cam footage. Prosecution objecting, in part because it doesn't show the arrest. But defense attorney Eric Nelson suggesting a different perspective is needed crowd was a distraction or three officers perceived this Gathering of people whether we want to call it a crowd or a group or whatever, whether the officers perceived that to be a risk or a threat. One defense expert testified that the force used was justified. Prosecutors argued that Floyd was not resisting arrest. Federal health officials offering reassurance about the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine, noting that it's a very small number of rare blood clots that's led to a recommended pause in the shots. One of the six patients died as a possible link is investigated. The company is delaying the rollout of its vaccine in Europe and South Africa has suspended the shots there. America is listening to Fox fees You're next. Fox News update in 30 minutes. No, your top local stories are on twin cities. News talk dot com Minnesota News Network. I'm Bill Warner, Dante writes. Mother Katie said today She was on the phone with her son during the traffic stop that leads to his death and heard police. Tell him to get out of the car. Don t put the phone down. I heard some scuffling. He got out of the car and I could hear the police officers thin their hair. The police officer asked them to hang up the phone. And then when I called back the girl that he had in the car answered the phone. And it was on a face time and she said that she shot him. It's appointed the phone towards the driver's seat, and my son was laying there unresponsive. They say they attempted to take right into custody on an outstanding warrant, and as he tried to get back into the car, one of the officers meant to fire a Taser at him, but instead fired her gun. Both the Brooklyn Center officer who shot right and the chief of police have resigned. The defense called George Floyd's former girlfriend Shall Wanda Hill to the stand today, she testified. Floyd was happy and alert inside the Cup food store. But when the two went to his vehicle, Floyd fell asleep. Hill says. A short time later, an officer tapped on the window with a flashlight. And I was like, maybe fully open the door road on. Well, whatever he told.
"wanda hill" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Announcing a new executive director of the newly created Office of Police, Accountability and Transparency, or Oh, Pat Stephanie ever it is her name. She's an attorney who currently runs her own private practice. She will be leading the office charged with implementing a set of community driven police reforms in the city of Boston. Janey issued a statement saying she's committed his safety, healing and justice and every Boston neighborhood and that starts with trust, transparency and accountability. She also says her administration is doubling down their work to stand up the Boston office off police, accountability and transparency, she says, one of hope as first tasks will be to conduct a review. Ah, former Boston police officer Patrick Roses internal affairs files. From 1995, where Rose was accused of sexual assault on a 12 year old child. The criminal complaint was eventually dropped. But an internal investigation concluded that Rose likely committed a crime rose now facing 33 charges involving six alleged victims. He has pleaded not guilty, and his lawyer says he maintains his innocence. Former president Obama and his wife, Michelle, are calling for the nation to reimagine public safety after another on armed black man has been shot and killed by police, the Obama say in a statement. They grieve with a family of Dante right, the 20 year old man killed this weekend in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. The former president and first lady also say they empathize with the pain. Black families are feeling after Dante's jazz and are urging people to work together to bring about changes. Changes that they say are long overdue and demonstrations continued and Brooklyn Center in Minnesota last night in the wake of Dante's death, let's find out more from like Ballard as protests raged into a second night after Dante right, was shot and killed by Officer Kimberly Porter, Brooklyn Center City Council reportedly passed a resolution banning dangerous crowd control tactics, including the use of rubber bullets, tear gas and protester Catelyn. However, that order appears to have been broken within a matter of minutes, according to videos posted within 15 minutes. After the resolution was passed, police began launching tear gas and protesters. Later videos showed more tear gas being used in people being pepper sprayed by officers. Meanwhile, Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott has confirmed that the city manager was fired one hour after command authority of the Brooklyn Center Police Department was transferred to the mayor's office. Dante, Right was 20 years old, and we're also now learning that Officer Kim Potter has resigned from the force, issuing a statement. She says that her resignation is in the best interest of the community, the department and her fellow officers also along with Potter, We're also learning now that the Brooklyn Center Police chief Tim Gannon has also stepped down. Former officer Potter's Resignation, meanwhile, comes as police say the shooting of Dante right was accidental. Potter apparently fired her gun when she mentioned used her Taser But don't taste parents tell Good Morning America that the encounter should not have escalated the way that it did. Here's more From attorney Benjamin Crump, who is representing Dante writes family She was a training officer. And so it's not about training. It's about implicit bias. It's about giving the same respect and consideration. Toe people of color. That we give to a White American citizens and elsewhere in Minnesota. The trial continues for former police officer Derrick Show Vin accused of murdering George Floyd last year. The defense began presenting their arguments today as they're expected to say Floyd died from health problems and drug use and not from Derrick Show Vince Knee, kneeling on his neck for more than nine minutes. Witnesses included show Wanda Hill, a friend of George Floyd's Her ran into him a cup foods that day when he offered her a ride home. Assistant Minnesota Attorney General Matthew Frame Cross examine Hill about when police approached the car. Sleeping.
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"To the heartland newsfeed radio network at hartland. Newsfeed dot com. This dream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's mounting concern about russia. Lisa brady fox news. The us sending a message that russet military buildup near ukraine. Isn't okay the top. Us general in europe appearing before congress while president biden spoke to russia's leader. Get a phone call. Today with russian president vladimir putin president and biden voiced concerns over russia's military buildup in crimea in ukraine's borders in called on russia to deescalate the white house provided details of the phone call that also included discussions on arms control cyber intrusion and election interference. President biden suggested a summit in the coming months in a third country to discuss a full range of issues facing the united states in russia this year at halpern at the white house to. Us worships are due to arrive in the black sea this week. 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"Officer accused of the murder of George Floyd. Eric Show van is facing three charges off 2nd and 3rd degree murder and second degree manslaughter. Short time ago. I caught up with Max Nest Iraq. He's a reporter at the Minnesota Reformer on of course, is following this case closely. It really seems like this trial is going to hinge on two things. The cause of Floyd's death and their Children's police training. The prosecution opened with their opening statement, saying, the most important thing that jurors need to keep in mind throughout this entire trial is nine minutes and 29 seconds. That's the amount of time that show then. Kept his knee PRESTA Floyd's neck. The medical examiner ruled that it was heart failure caused by being subdued by a police officer. And they plan to bring medical experts to support that claim that that Floyd died because he was suffocated under showman's knee. The defense, however, questions that cause of death and they point to drugs and Floyd system they also point to other medical conditions. He had high blood pressure. He had an enlarged heart was also positive for covert 19 and had methamphetamine and fentanyl in the system. One thing that was new to me was that Floyd's companions and his car said they saw him take two pills, and then he fell asleep. And they couldn't rouse him and the defense said we'll hear from the woman show Wanda Hill later as a witness, and she'll say that she called a friend to come pick her up because you couldn't rouse Floyd. And so this goes their argument that Floyd was a neighbor created and difficult to manage, and that the drug use played a role in his death. We heard from witnesses. What testimony stood out for you on day one. You know, this testimony was interesting to hear from the 911 dispatch caller who is taking the call. And she says, this line where she's looking on the TV screen. She can see the squad car where they're trying to get Floyd in rocking back and forth to take him out there on him, And she says, I don't want to be a snitch. But I want to talk to the sergeant and find out what's going on. If it's okay, so that line of saying I didn't want to be a snitch was really interesting. We also heard from another man who had some martial artists experience and provided some analysis. Although the judge asked him not to provide so much conclusions about show Vince use of force, and he's heard on the video urging, show them to get off Floyd. And the people listening to this. The jury will decide Derek servants fate. What do we now know about them and specifically their racial makeup? What's interesting is that this jury is more diverse than the state of Minnesota, then Hennepin County and then the city of Minneapolis. Now, what does that mean? Does that mean show Vin is more likely to be convicted? We've talked to a defense attorney who said, Well, it's not so easy, although it certainly seems to be in the prosecution's favor. I mean, this trial is set against the backdrop of pretty intense race relations. Give us a feeling off. What that felt like on day one of this trial, right? It's incredible to me as a resident Minneapolis that things are not easier. Things have not healed over. Things are just a raw today as they were on May 25th last year when Floyd was killed, and there is a new, incredible movement and stamina to dismantle the police department and replace it with something new. The lawyer for Floyd's family. Ben Crump held a press conference before opening arguments with Reverend Al Sharpton, who's a famous civil rights leader here. And they said, it's not just show them who's on trial. It's America on trial, and it's America's time to show if it can be that beacon of justice and democracy for everyone that it claims to be. Black sinister like their reporter at the Minnesota reformer following the trial off the former U. S. Police officer Derek Sheldon. He's got to Brazil now what President Schaeuble, Sonora has carried out a major cabinet reshuffle.
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"Some who saw a portion of the incident many who saw nothing and some who had some piece of to give to the officers and other eastep stepping to and away from the microphone. M sam personal shopping. Needs to go home right now. You'd never go full retard. Looks like all the cops were all of them. Were fired so i knew the two were and then i six total ended up there so i think our last two were. I believe this case called the bates stamp number. The bates stamp system is way for lawyers to keep track of the case to make sure that we are working from the same set of documents seem set of evidence to preserve the integrity of the investigation. You will learn that. We are approaching. Fifty thousand bates stamped items. So this case is clearly more than about nine minutes and nine seconds. So go go. Urinate date because during jerus- election the witness switch off case near four hundred people mega quit. You'll need glasses to analyze this evidence. I suggest that you like common sense. And reason guy. I propose that every witness you will hear from an every piece of evidence that you will see or hear during this trial and be assigned to one of four basic locations cup foods mercedes-benz squad three twenty and kind of challenge to though that he's making the the challenge with his case. The first man came out and even though it wasn't particularly factually based wasn't wasn't really an appeal to emotion. Oh yeah and this guy. Saying i'm just going with the evidence he's got to do both. Yeah gotta do both so far. I'm picking vinnie this guy. Mr floyd's ex-girlfriends show wanda hill. And he offered her a ride. You will hear from chris. Martin who is the store clerk pat food martin. Mr martin observed mr full shows up interacted with mr best yellow. Mr floyd was under the influence of one of them was. You can't call that actual video from inside cup food. Mr floyd did use counterfeit twenty dollar bill de cigarettes. Mr martin realized this and i along with another one of his coworkers. Nabil walter went outside to the car. Where mr floyd mr hall and miss hill were said. Mr martin asked mr floyd to come in and either buy the cigarettes exchange or return the cigarettes and you will hear mr martin mr hall and mr floyd refused. You will hear that a short time later. Mr martin went back to the car a second time when back to ask them again. Please come inside. Give us the money or return the cigarettes and that second talk again. Mr floyd refused now. I wasn't fully aware that that interaction which is kind of important. Because that's george floyd being dick to a local member of the community. Just doesn't want to be fleeced for pack of cigarettes. A friend during that doesn't mean doesn't he deserved of course not dispute again. People try and this is a guy who had a prior criminal history a long time ago but like a tuckey williams thing now is really look and people talk about we. We need to serve and protect our own community. George floyd was ripping off shopowners in the shop was giving him announcing look please. Hey look man. This is fake this. Yeah gimme gimme the cigarettes back. Our pay for it because he can call the police immediately. Give him a chance to face. Parking southbound in the northbound lane of chicago avenue and were directed by store employees immediately to the second location the mercedes benz during this trial. You will hear evidence of what happened in the mercedes benz in the twenty to thirty minutes prior to the police arrive. You will hear from mr. Floyd's friends. Xuan chamunda hill and maurice hall. This will include evidence that while they were in the car. Mr floyd consumed what we're thought to be to percocet pills. Mr floyd's friends will explain that. Mr floyd fell asleep in the car and that they couldn't wake him up the threat. I forgot toxicology report had oxycodones. The police might be coming because now the star was coming out. It's just sort of you take the take the marquee drive which is fenton hill. But oxycodone formosa's pretty potent prince to come and pick her because they couldn't keep. Mr floyd awake at eight nine pm officers lane and king approached the vehicle. An officer lane approached the driver's side of the vehicle. An officer king approached the passenger side during the course of trial. You will see not only counterfeit twenty. I didn't we didn't know this. Because i think some of this is new evidence not only. Was it a counterfeit twenty but the guy who gave them the pack of cigarettes. Counterfeit twenty new it and ask them kindly. Please give gimme back my cigarettes or pay with real money george. Floyd blew him off. Went to his car. The shopkeeper from foods went back to them said. Please just give me back the cigarettes or pay me for the cigarettes so george. Floyd knew that it was counterfeit. And he had to out from the shopkeeper before the police so blue and counterfeit twenty. You really do have cameras in your bathroom and handcuffed. Sorry i'm and mr floyd cited. No i don't think he's a counterfeiter guy though. I don't think it just shows complete disregard for members of the community. It's policeman just give me back my cigarettes or gimme real money after. Make a living two-time pissed at approximately get hit. I think he notify notify. The police giving him two times trying to not bring the cops into response to the scene to assist officers king and lane and he helps in detaining the passengers. You will see officer. Chang's body worn camera and you will hear.
"wanda hill" Discussed on The Journal.
"Our colleague Aaron Elworthy I went to Minneapolis back in May to cover the aftermath of George Floyd's killing. Later, on this summer, she went back heard I'm walking. Toward Cook food from East, Thirty, ninth street, and Chicago. Avenue. About a block away but can't get an errand wanted to talk to some of the people she met when she was first reporting on this story. What did you want to learn by going back and talking to these people from Floyd's life again? I mean when I was first there I met floyds for Alvin manigault and I was really struck by the emotion in Alvin voice and honestly Alvin had just remained on my mind a lot. And so in going back to Minneapolis a really I wanted to talk to him. Again, I wanted to hear more about how Floyd's death had affected him and that got me thinking about the other people who were connected to floyd in some way and who had been touched by his killing. It's not like this event stops just because the national spotlight moves on to something else right I mean Alvin manigault is still dealing with his grief. It's very hurtful thing to be taxed to something that that powerful is so overwhelming. And then were Wanda Hill who's with George Floyd on the day he died I was the last phone. The everglades my you know she's still dealing with her grief. I also talked to the owners of cub foods, historic central to all of this, and they're still trying to deal with the repercussions of this event that has now sparked nationwide protests. Weeks a lot of people are coming. You know doing videos on social. Media. Stating. This is the store that killed George Foy..
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"In the car, Floyd says, For the first time, the line that has become synonymous with his death. I can't breathe. And then shortly after that the other two officers arrived on the scene. So he's telling me I can't breathe long before anybody's holding him down or anything else. He's tell him again. Breathe. And so the officers finally get a squad car. They closed the rear driver's door behind them. But for a reason that is not clear from the video, Floyd comes out of the passenger side door, still struggling. Within seconds. He's lying on the sidewalk, and then that's when Sheldon or whatever his name is. His knee is pressed on his neck. The other two were helping to restrain him. He says he can't breathe over and over again and calls for his mama, but his voice Slowly gets weaker as his life drains away. Tell my kids. I love them. I'm dead, he says at one point, and he waas so That's what goes down. Now you can make up what I think that the police were way. On the line for the way they handled them. But it's not the whole story. And when you're talking about the other police officers to you may be able to say this one guy that had his knee on his neck. They wouldn't get up. The officers were going. This guy is on something you know, and they're trained to deal with folks. But like this is like Rodney King with same way I mean, he was hopped up on whatever was hopped up on I'm not saying that that was a great situation, either. As far as the cops are concerned, I never thought that I mean, they were beaten the daylights out what they were saying he wouldn't. I mean, you just kept getting back up. It was on something and you know they've seen people like this and you can't deal with them. I mean, that's just like Like there's their superhuman. So This is what happened. And my question is. Why is this not all over the Mainstream media here. Because it should be Manfred. I'm going to put it up. Full George. In this great hyung Do this room Floyd video. Leaked. It's our top story today, Ladies and gentlemen. And then you can watch this at your leisure and you can decide what the deal is. I have a watch The whole thing I was because it just came out as we were, as I was coming on to the top of the hours. It was just being released, and so You know? That's what it is you, you know. Not on your not going to decide you could decide as far as public opinion, but the courts will have to decide. And it certainly sounds like to me after they looked at this. Certainly the other officers may be exonerated. Because they're going, You know, we're dealing with a guy who's You got mental problems or he's hopped up on something and he's throwing out the I can't breathe thing while he's you know, still standing up, and then while he's sitting down And before he's ever on the ground, and so they're going, You know, we just I mean, we hear him screaming that on the ground is what has been screaming for the last five minutes. I can't breathe. So I don't know. I mean, we just again. I think the cops went way overboard is no doubt about it. It's sure Wanda Hill, his ex girlfriend, who's the one that keeps telling him Stop resisting. And says All the cops are common professional, in contrast to float who is hyper agitated, aggressively resisting the cups? His histrionics are disturbing indicative of drug use. And you can see him in when they first go to his eyes. He's like these. He's like he's crazy. Jane. I don't think that's a reason to kill him. But the you know it's in the heat of the moment. These things I can go terribly wrong is apparently did there so in other words, this is This is the real story. And not what we've just seen from the from the small video that we saw. Yeah, they said he had fentanyl, all sorts of math and everything. He was hopped up on a bunch of stuff. That's the other thing that really disturbs me about this. Because of the what three or four funerals they had for George Floyd. He was made and literally painted as an angel. I mean, they had a painting with him with a halo on And the dude was not an angel. It's okay to say that he was killed by the cops understand that. But then, Teo. Then to turn this guy into some saint. Which he was not again. I'm not saying that not being a saint is a reason for cops to kill you. But come on, folks. I mean, George Floyd was a career criminal. And he's a guy who had been in and out and in and out of prison moment, mainly in prison on all sorts of drug charges. And don't forget You robbing that woman and holding a gun to her to her belly. She was pregnant. Threatening to kill her child. While the guy was ran second house looking for money and drugs. So he's a guy that has a history of all sorts of really bad problems, but he was a criminal thug. He was not a saint. He was not an angel. And I think there's something we need to keep in perspective as we go through all of this. Because this trial I'm telling you whenever this happens, and it's gonna happen eventually. Whatever happens, you're going to see everything. Burger is not going to be enough. I'm just going to tell you most of these cops are going to have the charges dropped. I'm just telling you that one cop had his knee on him. He may get something, but it's not going to be first degree murder like they want to be. It'll be manslaughter of his anything. It may not even be that And when you look at the full thing and see the entire chain of events as they happen, and what they were dealing with a crazy guy hopped up on all sorts of stuff. There's no telling what they're going to do. As far as the now again you could have jury nullification as they call it land in the O. J trial, But where in the world of these guys going to get a fair trial? Certainly not in Minneapolis. This I can tell you So we'll see what happens. But whatever happens, you're going to see America burn afterwards because it's not gonna be enough unless they put these guys to death, which they're not. And even if they do, you're going to see riots. Because there are all sorts of folks looking for excuses to ride. And you've seen that for the whole George floor thing. You think these antifa folks give a rat's rump about George Floyd? All they saw was an opportunity. Same thing with black lives matter. You think they really care about George Floyd? I don't care about any other black folks that have died. I don't care about the black folks who have died at the hands of other black Globes. They just care about the ones they could exploit for their marks this agenda, and I'm telling you people are starting to see through it. Quick time out. We'll be back right after this.