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2 cops charged with murder for alleged excessive use of stun guns

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 3 d ago

2 cops charged with murder for alleged excessive use of stun guns

"Of police officers and Oklahoma are facing murder charges in the town of Wilson, south of Oklahoma City officers Joshua Taylor and Brandon Dingman charged with second degree murder in connection with the death of 28 year old Jared Lakey. Court documents said the officers use their stun guns on Lakey more than 50 times. And that was a substantial factor in his death, the court documents say that greatly exceeded what would have been necessary, Fox says jail NATO, According to police, The officers were responding to a report that Lakey was running down the street naked.

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Fresh update on "first degree murder" discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

01:41 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "first degree murder" discussed on Court Junkie

"That. It's not the truth. Corey Jones did not just jump out of the car in point a gun at him, Ellis said. She called Raja the aggressor. She said that Russia knew what he was doing was not justifiable, so he started staging it. She said that just because he was a police officer at the time. He doesn't get a pass for what he did. Is there the threat of death rate bodily harm to him when he fires. Three shots. And what we do note. Absolutely not. Because Corey Jones. Was Alright intrigue US our injury line. He was our injury line. And the reason that you know and you can trust your gut. Beyond reasonable doubt. because. The last three shots are so deliberate. And so methodical! And so controlled. I said earlier. This is though he's. Just at the range. Prentice. or He? He's hunting. You know he's he's. He's landed at the site. Boom. Boom. Boom. Ellis ask the jury to also find Raja guilty of tempted first degree murder. Defense Attorney Richard Lubin said that this case is a terrible tragedy. He said it was a tragedy that began with Corey Jones pointing a gun at officer Raja. Emotions it's about evidence. And? It's not about race either. And I have to say it right up front. I subject matter in the prosecutors. Why dear was about racial killings? Sixty five seconds. INTO MR FERNANDEZ OPENING statement. He talked about how a man was killed that night, undeniably a black man. That's not what this case is about. There was a human being killed that night, and the question is. Was it a crime or was it I- horrible accident and a horrible tragedy. Lubin said while Jones's death was a tragedy, no crime was committed. He said Jones jumped out of the car and Russia immediately knew something was wrong. ROSIA had no time to put on his police vest when he got out of the van, according to Ben. Leuven said he's absolutely positive. Raja said something to that was not up on the recording. Because Jones is heard saying. What else would an officer say when approaching someone? Police you good, he asked. The official transcript has it listed as unintelligible voice before Jones says Lubin said Russia could see. Something was Jones's hands while he was standing behind the car door. The could have just shot, but he said draw. And Corey Jones didn't drops. There was a gun pointed at officer. Rogers head. And Corey. Jones didn't drop it. And what choice in this terrible tragedy is officer? Rise your have, but fire the gun. In self defense not in an aggressive. In, an aggressive of situation, but in self defense to protect himself. Lubin said Jones was not fleeing when he was shot. He demonstrated how he believes. Russia fired all six shots before Jones reached the light pole where he drops the gun next to him. He again sought to discredit Dr. just stay inside. The shots were fired after Jones turned for a second time and aimed his gun at Raja. According to the state did not prove the manslaughter charge because they failed to show that Russia had an intent to cause great bodily injury. As there's no way he could have known Jones was going to pull a gun on him. He said there's no evidence Raja intended to commit first degree murder, either, but he said the defense to both of these charges is a justifiable use of force. Raja's statement about the laser Max though through proves that the gun was pointed directly at him. He asked the jury to return a verdict of not guilty. The. State had a few more points to make on rebuttal I don't care if it's three o'clock in the morning or three o'clock in the afternoon. That's not how you talked to a citizen when you're law enforcement officer. Without any down when it's three o'clock in the morning on the side of the road and pool, your white van on the wrong way on an I ninety five exit apartment feet in front of a vehicle of a person that's only in need of assistance in this is what. Really, that's what I say really. Really. That's what he says. How. Is the definition of aggressive. You get the high behind this when you do this to that person right there. Six person jury was sent out to deliberate. After about four hours, they had reached their verdict. We jury. Account One. Guilty of manslaughter. With. Fire S charge which. To found. Guilty of first degree murder charge in you information. Russia was the first officer in the State of Florida to be convicted of an on-duty shooting in thirty years. Corey Jones's father Clinton. Jones senior said the family knew in their hearts that Raja was guilty quote I just thank God that truth caught up with him and that he was convicted. Attorney Benjamin Crump, a spokesperson for the Jones family, spoke with the law and Crime Network on their behalf house. You cannot get away from the elephant in the world that he was a young African American man who had it carry a gun. So why did the NRA standing up? Saying how does since I? Have a right to stay his brow against somebody, confront him, who never been a fast themselves as saw it, thank God that he was on the phone with the tow truck company, and we have that record from the company, or it would have all being as also roger numerous saying and nobody would have known. Russia was facing up to a life sentence for the attempted murder conviction and up to thirty years for manslaughter. This has been heartbreaking case. I think it's had a profound effect on every single person had sat through this trial including. Very experienced lawyers. This is not their first Rodeo. Put my finger on it. I can't tell you exactly why. But the judge has been adjudged for sixteen years in a prosecutor in. Sat in every seat in the courtroom. Is Case had a profound effect upon me and. I'm hoping that Going forward that people can have some peace in their lives and I know for the Raja family. That's. In some ways..

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2 teenagers charged with murder in alleyway beating to death a 63-year-old homeless man in New Jersey

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

2 teenagers charged with murder in alleyway beating to death a 63-year-old homeless man in New Jersey

"We have that sad story out of New Jersey here about this, police say, a pair teenagers facing first degree murder charges now after they allegedly beat a homeless man to death and then film his lifeless body in an alleyway. You say it was a 15 year old boy and a 17 year old girl accused of beating Bobby Hill Jr to death in Camden last week. The 63 year old found unconscious just after midnight June 25th is on the 1100 block of Kane Avenue. Cop said he had severe head injuries and died a short time later at a hospital. Police use surveillance video to track down the suspect. Police say they actually used one of their cell phones to record hills beaten body after the attack.

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Four former officers charged in George Floyd's death appear in court

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

Four former officers charged in George Floyd's death appear in court

"Former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd made their second court appearance today. CBS's Jamie Yeah Kiss with the story Two of the police officers charged in the death of George Floyd walked into the head of an county public safety facility in Minneapolis for a pretrial hearing Monday. Thomas Layne J. Alexander King and to Tau who's still in custody. Appeared in person. They're charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and manslaughter. Derrick show. Vin, who faces the most serious charges, including unintentional second degree murder, appeared virtually the judge warned the defendant and their attorneys and prosecutors about pretrial publicity and that he doesn't want to hear public comments about the merits of the case, Evidence or guilt or innocence. He said. If they continue, he'll issue a gag order.

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Los Angeles - Golden State Killer pleads guilty

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 6 d ago

Los Angeles - Golden State Killer pleads guilty

"Accused of being California's notorious Golden State killer, has pleaded guilty in court. Joseph James D'Angelo had been a police officer who terrorize California in a string of break ins, rapes and murders. Prosecutor Amy Holiday the defendant would plead guilty to 13 counts of first degree murder.

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Los Angeles - Golden State Killer suspect to plead guilty to 13 counts of first-degree murder

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:03 min | Last week

Los Angeles - Golden State Killer suspect to plead guilty to 13 counts of first-degree murder

"One of California's most notorious mass rapists mass killers he's right now in the process of pleading guilty to the statewide crime spree charged against him Joseph James deangelo is that your correct name Sir yes your honor known as the Golden State killer terrorizing people across California for years Joseph deangelo was now pleaded guilty to thirteen counts of first degree murder and admitted to more than fifty own charged rapes the defendant is admitting to all other charged crimes and uncharged crimes that can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt in exchange for his guilty pleas and admissions the defendant will be sentenced to state prison for life without parole which county district attorney Todd Spitzer's in Sacramento along with prosecutors from other counties they say that this is the best option to go with this guilty plea without a trial you understand and give up each of these rights including your right to a jury trial yes the crime happened thirty five to fifty years ago some victims have died others are old and were in bad

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2nd former officer charged in George Floyd's death released on bail

Square Talk on Cars

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

2nd former officer charged in George Floyd's death released on bail

"Another former Minneapolis police officer facing charges in the death of George Floyd is out on bail J. Alexander king was released last night his release comes a week after another former officer Thomas lane was released on bail officers lane caring and to tell are facing charges of aiding and abetting second degree murder in the death of George

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Prosecutors: Officer had knee on Floyd for 7:46, not 8:46

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Prosecutors: Officer had knee on Floyd for 7:46, not 8:46

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the amount of time a police officer had his knee on George Floyd's neck has been corrected eight forty six became a symbol of police brutality after prosecutors in Minnesota said that was how long officer Derek shop and had his knee on George Floyd's neck on may twenty fifth but the Associated Press began enquiring because timestamp cited in the charging documents description of the incident showed shaman had his knee on Floyd for seven minutes forty six seconds Wednesday the Hennepin county attorney's office acknowledged the one minute error in a statement the prosecutor also said the discrepancy will have no impact on the criminal case against job in and three other officers shop it is charged with second degree murder third degree murder and manslaughter the other officers are charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter hi Mike Rossio

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Dispatcher unafraid of being 'snitch' reports Floyd arrest

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dispatcher unafraid of being 'snitch' reports Floyd arrest

"Hi my cross your reporting a dispatcher who said she was unafraid of being a snitch reported concerns about George Floyd's arrest a nine one one dispatcher in Minneapolis expressed concern after apparently watching in real time as police officers took down George Floyd on may twenty fifth I don't know you can call me if you want to but we have the cameras out for three twenty song in a recording of the call made public Monday the dispatcher called the police sergeant to report what she'd seen I got something out of the back of the squad and all of them sat on this man died after officer Derek Shaw then used his need to pin Floyd to the ground Schaben who was fired has been charged with second degree murder third degree murder and manslaughter three other officers were also fired are charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and manslaughter hi Mike Rossio

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Dispatcher unafraid of being 'snitch' reports Floyd arrest

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dispatcher unafraid of being 'snitch' reports Floyd arrest

"Hi my cross your reporting a dispatcher who said she was unafraid of being a snitch reported concerns about George Floyd's arrest a nine one one dispatcher in Minneapolis expressed concern after apparently watching in real time as police officers took down George Floyd on may twenty fifth I don't know you can call me if you want to but we have the cameras out for three twenty song in a recording of the call made public Monday the dispatcher called the police sergeant to report what she'd seen I got something out of the back of the squad and all of them sat on this man died after officer Derek Shaw then used his need to pin Floyd to the ground Schaben who was fired has been charged with second degree murder third degree murder and manslaughter three other officers were also fired are charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and manslaughter hi Mike Rossio

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Alejandro Ripley’s Mother Pleads Not Guilty To Drowning Autistic Son In Canal In Miami

Red Eye Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Alejandro Ripley’s Mother Pleads Not Guilty To Drowning Autistic Son In Canal In Miami

"A Florida woman who admits leading her autistic son into a canal has pleaded not guilty to murder charges Patricia Ripley and nationally crafted an elaborate story last month about how she was ambushed by two men who demanded drugs and took her cell phone before kidnapping her son the Miami mother later confessed after hours of questioning by police who said she provided conflicting statements prosecutors are seeking a grand jury indictment for first degree murder since only someone indicted by a grand jury could receive the death penalty grand juries are currently suspended because of the corona virus

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One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

War Room

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

"What a police officer charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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Officer involved in George Floyd death leaves jail after posting bond

Orlando's Evening News

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Officer involved in George Floyd death leaves jail after posting bond

"That one of the three cops or former cops accused of aiding and abetting murder in the George Floyd killing is now free on bond Thomas lane had been detained for a week posted a seven hundred fifty thousand dollar bond this evening walking out of the county jail that according to Minneapolis Star Tribune Mr lane and two other former Minneapolis police officers have been charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder in the death of Floyd who was killed by former officer Derek schaffen kneeling on Floyd's knack for almost

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George Floyd and Derek Chauvin "bumped heads" while working at Minneapolis nightclub, former coworker says

Midday News

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

George Floyd and Derek Chauvin "bumped heads" while working at Minneapolis nightclub, former coworker says

"George Floyd an officer Derek shop and we're no strangers when the cop choked him with his knee that's according to David penny who says he works both with him added the Minneapolis nightclub work but the two schaffen and Georgia George Floyd he told CBS's Jeff to gauge the two had a history it's not he says a good money down your mind that he knew who George Wallace no no doubt my mind he knew exactly what George was also tells me that the manager of the club would hand out paychecks to the security staff on the inside people like George Floyd it was then their job to them Hey the outside staff of people like their children and in one occasion according to David today and another person we talked to Chauvin took issue with how much he was being paid and blame George Floyd who had handed him the check by the way the police officers being held over a million dollars bail on a charge of second degree murder in that

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Former coworker says Floyd and Chauvin "bumped heads"

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former coworker says Floyd and Chauvin "bumped heads"

"George Floyd and Derek Chauvin reportedly bumped heads while working security together at a night club years before Chauvin allegedly murdered Floyd a one time coworker at el Nuevo rodeo in Minneapolis David penny tells CBS news correspondent Jeff gaze he knew you think he knew George was yes any doubt in your mind that he knew who George Wallace no no doubt my mind he knew exactly what George was penny says Chauvin had a history of being aggressive at that club and says he had expressed anger toward Floyd because he thought he had messed with his check at the club is not George's responsibility away he receives this pay for moonlight that's the manager's job from the home from the club but Derek took it out on George exactly chauvinist charge was second degree murder the Floyd family attorney had wanted that charge upgraded to first

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George Floyd murder suspect Derek Chauvin has bail set at $1.25m

Tony and Dwight

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

George Floyd murder suspect Derek Chauvin has bail set at $1.25m

"George Ford will be buried in Houston today after a private funeral it comes a day after the first court appearance of Derek Jarman the ex cop charged in Floyd's death in Minnesota two weeks ago ABC's Alex Perez in Minneapolis with the latest prosecutors saying the forty four year old accused of killing George Floyd jammed his knee on Floyd's knack for nearly nine minutes as he quote went limp Chauvin charged with second degree murder without intent to second degree manslaughter and third degree murder ordered held on one point two five million

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Counts of first degree murder in connection with the deaths of nine women and one teenage girl between nineteen eighty five and two thousand seven we have traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fines at eleven twenty five here's Jeff Biggs well we have a new problem that has just popped up in our leader five northbound at terra Bella this is a four car crash looks like a couple of the vehicles have been able to get off of the freeway at least a lot of the right shoulder but the couple of the other cars are still in the middle of the freeway so again drive cautiously five northbound at our lead before terra Bella also now in Santa Fe springs five northbound at Norwalk Boulevard they're clearing up some debris that ended up on the freeway and the cost of damage to several vehicles five southbound before could tell of that's in Anaheim coming away from Disneyland still actually poaching Disneyland stole a car in the slow lane and then in the corner back in the valley one eighteen west bound at Paxton St there's this car stuck in one of the middle lanes a lot of Caltrans worker getting away specially on the four oh five in the South Bay also Costa mesa southbound side of the four oh five echo Dr from Fairview road to bear that another four or five north bound the working from Bristol the Fairview road and then Alan brass up on fifty seven the right three lanes are closed from tauter to Lambert thank you for coming up at eleven thirty five I'm Jeff things with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio well we still have some cloudy skies impossible light showers in the foothill and mountain areas tonight and tomorrow.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:30 min | 7 months ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"With first degree murder and sexual assault in the strangulation death view I see student Ruth George W. B. B. M.'s C. Miller with the report it was security video that was apparently the key you I see police say they looked back at that video and solve Donald Thurman follow nineteen year old roots George into a parking garage and that later video showed him near the CTA blue line so they decided to stake out the blue line station near you I see at the times Thurman had been seen there and they arrested him on Sunday when they say you made a full confession authorities say Thurman had been on parole for almost a year for armed robbery and that he had been sentenced to six years but only served to Steve Miller news radio one of five point nine FM dean Gary two teenagers sixteen and seventeen years of age are charged as adults in last week's murder of all portage woman under an associate will portage was reported missing on Thursday what is really say that was the day she got into a vehicle with two teenage boys and a fifteen year old you little it's a whole plan device we from them but the allegedly robbed and fatally shot her in their vehicle and police say they dumped her body in an abandoned school in Gary John Thompson and Jonathan brown both from Gerry remain in custody without bond Keith Johnson newsradio one of five point nine FM five people including three children injured in to vehicle head on crash last night in the Brighton park neighborhood happen near forty eight from western via three children and two adults were taken to the hospital all were said to be in stable condition a veteran Chicago police officer has been sentenced to a year and a half in prison for taking bribes to leak the names of crash victims to an attorney referral service Millo a cabochon was sentenced to eighteen months for accepting about ten thousand dollars in of that scheme cabochon a member of the department since nineteen ninety eight is no longer an active duty officer and will face termination charges two other men involved in the scheme a second police officer and of the attorney who was given the information have also pleaded guilty they are yet to be sentenced WBBM news time now for free wait and we have the latest traffic.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In January first degree murder carries an automatic life behind bars at the criminal justice center Kristin Johannsen KYW news radio the fence over ruled their own fish and wildlife officials in the two year long dispute over how to do beach replenishment down the shore has been settled Hey why W. South Jersey bill chief David battered reports they sided with the locals in north Wildwood with the help of the local congressman the interior secretary after meeting with Jeff mandrel and local mayors last week by pass the fish and Wildlife Service ban on using federal money to take dredge spoils out of her efforts in life to supplant beaches in north Wildwood Avalon in stone harbor the main added six million dollars of the bill that locals like Avalon mayor Marty pollute he couldn't afford these three communities are not going to be rolled anymore by a low level management from US fish and wildlife that make decisions on ego instead of science some suggest the timing of the changes ironic given van drew's vote in the house against an impeachment inquiry to think that I would actually vote a certain way on an issue that is as serious as this and quite frankly go through the process that I did to make that decision for some sand is just absurd fish and wildlife was I passed in twenty twelve in the Obama administration over the same issue if there's a court challenge local officials insist they're ready for a fight in north Wildwood David Benton KYW newsradio president trump and his campaign are launching a new black voices for trump outreach initiative in Atlanta the campaign says it's dedicated to recruited inactivating activated black Americans in support of Mr trump with your help we're going to travel across the country to every community urban rural and suburban and we're going to campaign for every last African American vote in twenty twenty twenty sixteen campaign candidate Donald Trump famously stood in front of largely white crowds and ask black voters.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"First degree murder and the jury deadlocked. On a second degree murder charge in the same case David Martinez told the jury he fired around from a shotgun in self defense and in defensive as family when someone pounded on the door of his home. He thought it was members of the Mongols motorcycle gang there to kill him. Instead, the round killed Pomona police swat officers, Sean diamond who helping to serve a search warrant jury members still judge charleena lumbago then after five days of deliberation of quibble on. I degree murder charges. They were deadlocked on the second degree murder count and hadn't even considered other charges against Martinez. The judge declared a mistrial, but ordered Martinez back to court for a pretrial hearing on the undecided charges on July eleventh Martinez. His lawyer says he plans to ask that the murder county dropped altogether at that hearing at LA superior court Pete Demetrio KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Police continue to go through photos and sex videos found in the home in storage unit of X USC campus. Gynecologist George Tindal in their search. For more possible victims the investigation includes about a thousand videos, described by police as homemade sex tapes that appear to have been recorded in Thailand. We also Sean found photographs of some women that appear to be in compromising positions that looked like they might have occurred in the course and scope of his employment LAPD, captain William Hayes, and in their computers. We recover that we're still in the process of analyzing some of the material on those Tindall's currently facing twenty nine felony counts. They involve sixteen women who were allegedly assaulted. The USC campus health center between two thousand nine and two thousand sixteen chief Michael Moore by no means was our announcement of the charges against the twenty nine charges against this man of the end of this investigation, or the culmination of what I believe are the, the, the extent of charges in which he will. He'll face was arrested earlier this week. He complained of chest pain, and has been hospitalized pushing back his arraignment, Tindall's attorneys say their client is looking forward to going to court and remains adamant. He will be totally exonerated club has Cuba. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. It is the end of an era. The daily news reports the last commercial orange grove in the San Fernando Valley is up for sale at one point. Farmers used seventy five thousand acres in the valley. But no more. The fourteen acre Bothwell ranch on the border of Tarzana and Woodland Hills. South of Ventura boulevard is listed at just under a million bucks. An acre, there are still some orange groves in the valley like the eight acres Cal State Northridge. Edge and one at orca rant. But neither of those is commercially farmed..

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And attempted first degree murder. Eighteen year old Devon Ericson and sixteen year old may McKinney worker in court this morning. George Brock learn decided to charge, sixteen-year-old McKinney as an adult in the decision that I made a file on the defendant, as an adult does not change where they will be housed. They still remain a juvenile, and they'll still remain in that juvenile detention center. Meanwhile later this afternoon, hundreds gathered at the cherry hill community church to celebrate. The life of Kendrick Castillo a student killed during the shootings at the stem school, hunters ranch can Zad says he knows exactly what is son would want him to do. He would want me to have the strength to help everybody hill because he knows there's not anything I can do for him, nail other than reach out to his friends in make sure that their comfort and their families is their gender friend, Mike. Shannon burger remembered his friend. I think the best way we can on honor and celebrate Kendrick. Is to be more like him. I think we need to be a little more Kendrick and it's related in the afternoon. The governor said, well, Jared police that kendricks berry will not be forgotten. President Trump is pardoning, former Republican lawmaker in California who was videotaped accepting bribes in an undercover FBI sting operation Pat Nolan served as a GOP leader in the assembly from nineteen eighty four to nineteen Eighty-eight. They'll in play guilty to his role in the shrimp, scam sting, and the nineteen nineties, ninety s he served twenty five months in prison. Any since become a leading conservative voice for criminal Justice reform, the White House statement, announcing the pardon said that Nolan is described as a man of principle, and integrity. Alabama's governor Kay Ivey is putting her signature on toughest anti-abortion law in the country, law bans nearly all abortions with the only exception being the mother's life is in danger of being noted that the law is likely enforce unenforceable, because the US supreme court Roe versus Wade decision. The bill's authors are hoping the law gets to the supreme court and the high court will overturn the Roe versus Wade decision. Our next update is at ten thirty. I'm Ron.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of first degree murder in this case and a number of other charges as well. We're we're not sure exactly where the parents are right now. Nor do we know exactly when they're going to be arraigned on these charges. President Trump is making it clear he plans to fight Democrats attempts to drag the Russia probe all the way through the election year, the president vowing to fight what he calls the endless series of investigations and subpoenas to this court. If necessary the only way they can look out is by constantly going after me. Nonsense, but they should be really focused on legislation. TBS's Paula re. Ultimately, Republicans seem to be doing here is playing out the clock because these subpoenas these content citations all of this is a federal it only lasts until the end of this congress. So they just have to play out the clock until January twenty twenty one. And it seems that's their longterm strategy because they know congress can't really force. Anyone to cooperate was terrorism reports that a man who drove into a crowd of people in Sunnyvale, California last night may have done. So on purpose CBS's, Steve Futterman, according to numerous onlookers. The motorist did not try to swerve or do anything to avoid hitting the pedestrians. Sunnyvale police are now being assisted by the FBI clearly law enforcement is trying to determine if this may have been the case of domestic terrorism. Police say they are looking at all possible motives on Wall Street at the close the Dow is down fifty eight the NASDAQ off eighteen and the S and P five hundred has given back six point. It's this is CBS news brought to you by the Capital One saver card earned four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent at grocery stores and one percent all other purchases. What's in your wallet?.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Our first degree murder. Allegation. You told me that he. He killed his door. How that happened how she passed drowning? The judge ruled that John Chuck is competent to stand trial testimony resumed with more mental health experts defense attorneys are trying to argue than John Chuck was legally insane when he dropped Phoebe from a bay area bridge and twenty fifteen it's eight oh five at News Radio. WFL a construction on homes meaning building and renovations has slowed. But construction projects for businesses is still strong. According to the monthly survey of service businesses which shows that business increased at a slower rate, but still increased in March and has increased every month for the last nine years. Mortgage applications to buy a house rose last week the ten percent higher than a year ago, nationally and mortgage rates have come down so much lately. The most homeowners in three years are finding it makes financial sense to refinance their mortgage actors, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin where among another fifteen wealthy parents going to federal court in the college admission scandal and many are hoping to avoid jail time by pleading guilty to felonies. The study says use of clinics and drugstores in an urgent care centers is rising. And that a lot of patients are now developing ongoing relationships with the healthcare providers at these new health care locations. Aaa says on the average day drivers spend almost an hour. Driving and drive about a total of thirty one miles a day for NewsRadio WFL, a I'm Joe Connolly. With a Bloomberg business.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I think some people do agree with you. I said from the get-go that I feel really bad for Van Dyke. That's a guy who got up put his shoes on that morning and pledged to serve and protect and I really mean that he's not a murderer. You're right. But I think where you and I might disagree then is how long should the punishment. Be Meghan your comment about that. Call. Well, I think what's important to notice that the jury is not too far off from what the caller was saying. And I am for what you're saying. John, basically, they had the option to go with first degree murder, which is basically saying that you know, he was not justified at all. There was no mitigating or softening of factor. But they did not they went with second degree murder. Basically finding that Van Dyke genuinely believed his life was in danger when he pulled that trigger, but that that belief was unreasonable and since its second degree rather than I you have the option of probation and a four to twenty year prison sentence. I think it probably goes without saying that that's much much more lenient than what he was facing a first degree murder conviction. The five million dollars that the family got have anything to do with any of this. That was never brought up at trial. The jury. I believe was not supposed to know anything about that. If they did then they were instructed to put it out of their heads. So the short answer is ideally, no all opine on that. I don't think it matters. I mean, really if anything that doesn't help Van Dyke. I don't think anyway, the fact that the city gave him five million dollars to me is in admission that boy, did we screw up big time. So I'm not sure that even though they got a lot of money, and you're right. They weren't there for that young man in a sufficient degree to help him when he was growing up. I don't see how that fact helps Van Dyke at least I don't okay, Meghan Kripo in the Chicago Tribune online and in print tomorrow. Always fascinating Meghan. Thanks for your time and expertise today. Likewise. Thank you for having me to twenty one. This is WGN. Chicago. Chicago. Tonight baseball exploring training, visit to Cincinnati Reds in Goodyear DJ, heavy late first pitch at eight. Oh, five on seven.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On Orlando's news joining me right now is Jeff left Coolidge from channel nine eyewitness news. And Jeff we're talking about charging drug dealers with murder Florida allowed prosecutors to do this a little more freely because of the opioid crisis. But it's not really happening. A whole lot. Not a whole lot. Gene of Seminole county is actually taking the lead on this here in central Florida. So far, they have charge ten people with first degree murder charges for these deadly overdoses now one of the things we wanted to work out was you know, has anybody actually gone all the way to be convicted of that. I read a murder charge here. And so far we haven't been able to find that in fact of the ten that have been charged there. They've actually had the murder charges dismissed while. The state attorney's office is appealing those cases right now because of some wording in the law that they're trying to decide whether or not they can move forward with those cases. So Jeff drug dealers are killing people indirectly. Why are so few of them being charged with murder all the way why why is this happening? Well, you know, some county they really decided to take a different approach to these overdoses, and they actually, you know, go out to each one now. And and and, you know, look at the scene and then try to determine if if if you know if this is a homicide for not. But the the real problem that a lot of them have with these cases that sometimes there's a mixture of rugs it's hard to determine what grug killed them and where that drug came from. So they really have to, you know, go through all the evidence and have a slam dunk case for these charges to stick. Well, put yet. So I'm curious about your story where where can I see it tonight? When is it going to air? Can be on tonight at five forty five on channel nine. All right. That's w f TV's Jeff left Coolidge up for us here. Tough on crime in central Florida. That's really interesting one. That's on channel nine eyewitness news tonight. Thanks for joining us. Jeff, it's twelve forty two on Orlando's news at noon, trapping weather. Every six minutes..

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"first degree murder" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"John, vincent. And again, if you wanna weigh in on day twenty eight of the Mexican stand-off, I do think this. I think the stakes are very high for the Republicans. I think if the Republicans cave or capitulators surrender, I think they're toast. Yeah. I really do. They have to win this battle, especially after the midterm shellacking that they got, you know, with losing forty seats in the midterms gain in the Senate, and I like to point that out. It wasn't a complete washout, but they got wiped out pretty good in the house. You can't afford to lose this battle. This is a one you got to win. And I think President Trump is going to stick to his guns. And I think he knows. I think he knows it eventually Pelosi and Schumer going to have to come to the table if they don't know Soviet. Well, let's hope it happens sooner than later. So it's now, of course, they're talking about the security at the Super Bowl is now being brought into question based on the partial government shutdown. So now that's being floated out there that we may have to postpone or delay the Super Bowl based on the shutdown goes that far meanwhile here in Baltimore City. Prosecutors yesterday filed a motion to revoke the bail for that man accused of murder murder rather than the fells point bar and last month Philip Stanley west was released on bail by judge Michael stuttered, the judge's decision as we talked about yesterday to grant bail drew a widespread range of criticism. We pretty much blasted a mirror on the show governor HOGAN called it. Outrageous. It's just astounding that the judge could come to that conclusion especially in the climate. We've been living in in the past four or five years here in this city, HOGAN said quote of somebody's charged the crime like that it seems like they shouldn't be back on the streets. Mike Mancuso president the Baltimore police union decried, the abhorrent decision in a letter to the Baltimore democrat party newsletter and saying that the silent majority of citizens would demand count ability. Interim police Commissioner Gary tuggle called it unfortunate city councilman Cohen who represents fell's point said it was reckless. Again, I've always been critical some odds with these states turning Merlin Moseley. But I think she got one hundred percent, right. This time along with her assistant state's attorney, Tracy Robinson. She wrote that west is a flight risk because he faces a life sentence for first degree murder charge. Number one, number two. He was carrying a firearm even though he'd been previously convicted for drug possession. So there's a felon in possession of a firearm. And once again, we talk about you know, the president we talked about the prisoner. Release Bill last month, the president signed the just because somebody has they may be a non violent offender and have a drug possession charge on their rap sheet doesn't necessarily mean you're you're not a harm or threat to the population be punished. Yeah. And John Vincent points out. It was twenty plus days before he turned himself and finally to the police so again, maybe the now his his attorney Ken ram announces this happens all the time. The out on bail. He said to the to the double murder in Tulsa in the two brothers charge. There got out on seventy five hundred and fifty thousand bail respectively. Well, it doesn't make it right either. You know, again, there's this kind of insanity in Maryland has been spreading like a virus? We complained about that one Mark. Yeah. We did. While we coddle the criminals here in this system of the people of the state deserve to be protected. They're tired of this happening over and over again. And you know, you talk about it and then nothing gets done. And actually, what gets done is just the opposite. Another violent criminal back out on the streets. And so we have this is a never ending cycle. And we've talked about, you know, and everyone points the finger at the police. I mean, the police in the one with a consent decree the police in. Yeah. There were you know, the gun tracing task force. They were bad bad Hombre there, and they got what they deserve. And in some cases, but you can't besmirch the entire police department on the actions of a few. But you know, it's all always the police. The police are. They have the consent decree can't seem to find a Commissioner of this latest pick might be a good model have to wait and say give them the benefit of the doubt. America's Merida's answers. The city council doesn't have any answers. But everybody looks the other way when it comes to the judges. Well, they're the ones that should have the answers we elect them. Right. So some up with an answer. Well, I mean, we've said for years that if you want something treated differently you have to go in a different direction. And again, I understand the city is predominantly black. The city is predominantly a liberal progressive democrat, and that's who they are electing. And we're seeing that this ideology is not willing to crack down on crime. Now, I don't know if they don't know how to do it or they just don't want to do it. Or maybe it's a combination of the two, but they've always looked to swing open the jail doors, keep people out on the streets as much as possible because they believe that I've read articles on this that the penal the criminal Justice system in our country. And here in Maryland is racist is inherently racist because we have. A tendency to have money more blacks locked up than anything else. That's you know, again, sometimes it is what it is. But let's not forget these are juries of their peers who are convicting these individuals of these crimes. Eight point. So again, this then you're basically turning that gun of criticism on yourself. If you're saying that the system is racist. Then what does it say about the jury system when that's the that's the best system in the world. Right. You don't want one. You know, judge having all the power or you don't want to have the police having all the power. This is again, a little bit of checks and balances you have to go and proven of courtroom beyond a reasonable doubt that that person is guilty of the charges that you have brought I just think it's the best system is it perfect. No. But here it's kind of fallen between the cracks you can certainly throw your opinion our way on that as well. Five forty four time for traffic and weather first with the update here is the king Chuck Whitaker. Thank you, Sean. Again, the roadway conditions for the most part are wet continue to watch your speed on the bridges overpasses ramps neighborhood streets, of course, eight nine five already some break in the construction area, Donald straight and already pretty all right? Narrows down lane. So be on the lookout for that link south five avenue ramp at broken coastal there on.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back in the day. And all that stuff. The hillside strangler all that stuff seeing telling machine gun Kelly. Well, this guy I don't know who who nicknamed him. But I'd ask for a recount on that one. He's like a like a criminal, right? Like a gang banger kinda kind of. I'm assuming a gang. Bangor because he was involved in a road rage shooting. He was tempted I attempted first degree murder, and he was on the Lam the cops just found a, and according to the news story police, say, Anthony, doodoo, but ward. Was apprehended. Twenty six. I mean, if all the great gangster nicknames out there years is doodoo. But right. You can't you fast. Why didn't they like animal house? Remember that scene where he's going blue. She's going down the line and naming all the guys, and it goes, I w flounder why why not? What is that? Whatever would do. But I don't know. But I would fight people every day of my life until I got rid of that nickname every day. But maybe it's like that old song boy named zoo. Talk about his dad tells them my name, just sue because. Around make your ties a very good point. Maybe it was his oh man said, hey here catch flack from this. Yup. I name your brass knuckles. You are doodoo. But okay. Gotta have a story. We get a hold of him and see if we can get on a show. Yeah. Asca doodoo. But if we go get his one phone call to call us..

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On Colorado's morning news and arrest in the disappearance of a mother from woodland park. Patrick frasier? The fiancee of Kelsey birth is now in custody barris disappeared on Thanksgiving Day in police. No longer believe that she's alive our own. Chad Hoffman talked about the arrest with ABC's news producer Carol McKinley. Tell us a little bit about what happened this morning. How exactly this go down? We were there when pressured frac- was leading his ranch. He lived on the thirty five acre spread here in force in Colorado near divide, which is where the jail is. But he started leaving the ranch, and I believe he surprised law enforcement. They wanted to wait a while. But he was leaving. And so they came in and cut him right in front of us. He's now on his way to the jail is going to be booked for first degree murder. Have you heard anything about the evidence? In the case what they might have uncovered during these searches. The focus of the investigation was on kilted Barrett's many of last night the police in color of your investigation agents descended on that condominium about sundown and started pulling things out of the house with your banging from the inside it. We're bringing out carpet. I'm told by source that they were pulling up the floorboards. Then they brought in a fire engine ladder for something. We don't know what. But we do know that something must have happened in that kind of minium or they wouldn't have gone in there. There at the last minute right before the arrest. And what's the what's the mood of the community down? There were they restless because there hasn't been really anything push forward in a couple of weeks Kelsey Barrett's disappeared on November twenty second and her family really didn't let Felice know until a week after that. So they got a late start. But then the police didn't really have a press conference or get this the the the community involved until a week after that on December tenth, so you're talking two and a half weeks after she disappeared. The community really started ramping up and trying to figure out what happens you're now. We're at December twenty first so going into the fifth week is when finally earth Yonsei is arrested for her murder. So if he did it he's had plenty of time to cover things up, and you just touched on it a minute ago. They do believe she is not alive. Correct. Unfortunately, law enforcement and her family no longer believed that Kelsey is alive. And once this starts coming out. I believe the state of Colorado is going to be shocked once again, just like they were with the watch case just last month. The other thing you might want to know is this arrest went down pretty pretty calmly, and the baby is just fine that law enforcement was really worried about that baby. Chelsea's mom had not been able to see her grandchild. But now they were able to bring the baby to safety and Patrick Swayze is in jail. Thanks for joining us Carolina. Appreciate it shit KOA NewsRadio. Chad Hoffman talking about the arrest with ABC news producer Carol McKinley. Lot more coming up a live press conference from Taylor county at ten o'clock. We will take that live on Colorado's morning news. David is here with a look at money news. We're talking shopping.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Catch your breath. Right. Thank and probably make a better life choices. Okay. All right. You know what? I mean, you're, you know, the whole scenario presumes that you're a neabry aided, right? And you're not gonna be making your best decisions. Actually, the fact that you're in the jail would suggest that you're already making your life. And you have this opportunity to talk to somebody who sober who knows the law. Call the lawyer write us that opportunity. It's it's amazing to me how many people just say, no. When the when the officer tells them, why do why do you when you talk to people later, and they go. Well, here's why didn't cause an attorney. What is the what's normally the reasoning that people have for it? They your go ahead. Just in the moment. You know what? I mean, you can see that, you know, most of this stuff now happens on video. So you can actually see it actually happening in the moment. You know, I I suppose a lot of it has to do with guilt came right? I don't wanna L all you know. I don't want to slow you down. You're just doing your job. I've got a lot of guilt reading through me. So, you know, talking to a lawyer seems like the kind of thing that naughty people do yes. And I'm not a naughty person. You know, I just a person caught in a naughty situation. It's you know. No. We have all these emotions running through us at the time. And in that particular case some beer soaked, emotions, right? That particular type. But yeah, if you take nothing else away from today's show when a police officer tells you you have the right to consult with a lawyer consult with a lawyer, right? And I think the really important thing to remember about that is that they're not telling you you have that right? Because they just want to tell you that someone along the legal system way had a case and fought to give you that right to talk to a lawyer. And if someone fought hard enough to make sure that you knew that you had that right? Take advantage of it. Someone worked really hard to require that officer to have to tell you that. Right. And then our DWI system, I tell people all the time, you know, you look in the criminal big fat criminal code book in Minnesota and our first degree murder statute. And Minnesota is three quarters of one page in this book, and our DWI law is forty six pages long. It is the most complicated. Criminal statute in the books, and to think that, you know, enough as a, you know, a, you know, a an American or a Minnesotan that you watch your television.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"The wife of a former nba player will have her first court appearance monday she's charged in his murder abc's linda lopez unravels a cold case for us the final chapter is unfolding in the sevenyearold murder mystery of lorenzen wright who played for five nba teams over thirteen seasons as a ford and center his ex wife was charged in his death saturday sure roberson first degree murder grow murder and firstdegree murder for for her age bush earlier this month billy turner was arrested and charged in the same murder at on raymond memphis lorenzen wright spotlight overcome don't ju marta match the case began seven years ago when police dispatchers received this call from right one one where your merger thing and then silence white body was found in a field a few days later he was shot multiple times police say divers found the murder weapon a gun in a mississippi lake last month they're not saying anything about a motive realized the public wants to know everything about power while arrested right was lord and in due time they will police say they are still looking at other people in the investigation but they are confident turner and cheryl right knew each other when they attended the same church in 2014 share right had agreed to a settlement in a dispute over how she had spent the one million dollars of her husband's life insurance policy.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The government the coal leaked and collect aggregate tons of day that they can tell you practically humbly liable lima beans are served by a prison in utah with the one speaker you can't get the is the number or at least weatherly get is the number of illegal immigrants currently incarcerated due to crimes and especially capital crimes but what my assistant on select commissioner and i did and we did it i really credit where he was tedious that was laborious uh took a lot of time but we have to look at an correlate a couple of different penal databases federal and state and each year you'll report that dealt with the bureau of prisons and hui added desegregate data but we finally came out with data that was pretty astonishing that shows that the justin feisty former new york florida texas arizona and california the number of illegal aliens currently in prison for homicide related offenses that is when someone who's been killed could be anything from involuntary manslaughter to first degree murder is 5400 now remember five thousand four 5400 people are being in prison in five states alone for murder and those are the ones who have been caught tried convicted and imprisoned slip probably under states the amount in whenever i hear a nice your you know it all the time on uh the various talks you'll program they'll get some pro illegal immigrant advocates on their to see that crime rates by illegal immigrants are no different than that for the general population that is it an abomination to see that it's two months to be false in fact when we ducked through the data and did all the correlations we found that the probability that illegal alien nikki commits a homicide related offence in the state of new york for example is not just two percent greater than four americans or or ten percent greater it's three hundred percent greater intel 20th a little bit less than that admittedly and in some other states this less than that but the amount of carnage being created by illegal immigration and the protection of such by are responsible elected officials is astonishing and i think an under reported story about thirty seconds left in this segment i hear over and over again not only that the crime rate of illegal aliens are low but they are lower than the crime rate of of of the distance i heard that over and over again yet you do and why.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on Serial Killers

"At first degree murder or felony murder this is when one intentionally kills another person wilfully and premeditated with malice aforethought and second degree seconddegree murder would be a case where someone intentionally kills with malice aforethought but it's a spontaneous murder that isn't planned or premeditated for example if two people get into a bar fight and one of them kills the other that would be second degree murder but if you take that same situation except in this case the person who kills the guy in the fight had just found out that this individual had been having a longterm affair with his spouse that would then be considered voluntary manslaughter or third degree murder why would the revelation of infidelity be a determining factor well while both second degree murder and voluntary manslaughter are both spur of the moment murders in the latter case is a circumstance that would cause a reasonable person to become emotional e or mentally disturbed the fourth degree involuntary manslaughter is when someone one has no intention to kill but they're intentional actions or negligence leads to another person's death a classic example of this is a drunk driver who gets into an accident and kill someone uk i get it but at the end of the day someone is dead and despite how you may classified the homicide they're not coming back so what's the point well it's all about sentencing our judicial system considers intentions and culpability is very relevant factors when determining sentences for convicted criminals and having the ability to reduce a sentence from say first degree murder down to second degree murder is it prosecutors best bet for getting cooperation from a criminal awaiting trial what are the differences in sentencing for first degree murder and second degree murder generally speaking won't for second degree murder the sentence can be anywhere from approximately twenty years to life in prison for a first degree murder conviction you're looking at life in prison typically with no possibility of parole and in some cases in states the death penalty so.

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"first degree murder" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"first degree murder" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The verdict oh was issued by a judge he opted not to have a jury trial he opted to go with the the judge the judge acquitted him of his first degree murder okay and that's what caused than they of course the unrest happened this weekend it was a lot of where's the article here as of saturday night the police chief laurence o'toole said twentythree people had been arrested many agitators began to destroy property an assault police officers said the police chief roughly one thousand protesters descended on the mayor's home throwing rocks and breaking windows uh after the judge acquitted jason stockily okay so those are the facts of the case there was as they saw a say unrest there was violence and this kind of thing is all too common in the united states now and the there is a growing and growing number of people who do not trust the police so my question to you is do you trust the police has the activity of the past few years and the protest the black lives matter movement the videos the constantly senior social media feed has that changed your perception of the police something tells me what people are in camps either trust the police or they don't that i don't know of many people are moved by these videos ticket repeated over and over on social media i feel what it does is it ends up confirming how people believe how they already belief do you trust the police in your community eight.

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