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Ben Crump Is Still Fighting 'Stand Your Ground' 7 Years After Trayvon

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Watch Video NEWSY'S JAMAL ANDRESS: "The name of this book is 'The Legalized Genocide of Colored People,' but you work in the law, that's the area you deal in. I'm wondering how you handle working in an area and depending on the law, and yet also arguing that it's set up against you."BEN CRUMP: "Was it James Baldwin who said, 'To be black and conscious in America is to be always in a state of rage'?" Ben Crump is arguably America's most well-known civil rights attorney, having represented the families of Michael Brown, Tamir Rice and, perhaps most notably, Trayvon Martin. Seven years after Martin's death and George Zimmerman's controversial acquittal, Crump says "Stand Your Ground" still promotes vigilante justice, leads to unnecessary violence and questionable claims of self-defense against people of color. And a  growing body of research  is beginning to back him up.CRUMP: "Stand Your Ground was a solution looking for a problem. … When the police kill us, they probably are not going to be held accountable. But then Stand Your Ground comes along and says, not only can the police kill us and get away with murder, but now any Tom, Dick and Harry who kills a person of color can say, you know, I felt in fear. I felt threatened."After Florida passed the first Stand Your Ground law in 2005, several states adopted some form of this legislation that counters two major principles of  standard self-defense laws : First, it removes the duty to retreat, which says that a person facing harm or threat must retreat before responding with deadly force in self-defense. Second, it gives any law-abiding citizen the right to defend themselves anywhere they are legally permitted to be. While many states already allow you to respond to a threat with force if you're on your property,  known as the "castle doctrine", Stand Your Ground expands that to include just about any public place. The RAND Corporation, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization, conducted a study on the effects of several gun laws in America and found  "moderate evidence"  that Stand Your Ground laws are associated with an increase in homicides. Since RAND published its report,  four   more   studies   have  been released that make similar claims. BAXLEY: "Well, we say figures lie and liars figure, because it's natural for us, even when we're trying to be objective, that our perspectives color the work." Florida Sen. Dennis Baxley is skeptical of RAND's findings. He sponsored the bill that would eventually become Stand Your Ground, and he still believes it's good policy. BAXLEY: "I would like to see numbers on how many homicides were avoided because somebody was willing to act. … So far, I am satisfied that we save far more lives of innocent people by having the presumptions that we have in law."The RAND corporation concedes that a lot more research is needed, but also points out that none of their studies found a clear link between Stand Your Ground and less violent crime. And despite the accusations that Stand Your Ground disproportionately leads to people of color being victimized at the hands of racists, Baxley says he passed this law to help those that are disadvantaged. BAXLEY: "They're people calling this racist. There's one race in my mind: the human race. And we all get to be a part of it. … What did you get a bunch of skinheads chasing down a black kid? He can stop that. He shouldn't have to suffer a beating or be killed. I did this for him."But Stand Your Ground may not offer the same protections for all Floridians.  A 2015 study  shows convictions are  more likely  in cases with white victims versus non-white ones. Being based in Florida, Crump continues to represent families fighting Stand Your Ground cases with som Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Ben Crump Is Still Fighting 'Stand Your Ground' 7 Years After Trayvon

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Watch Video NEWSY'S JAMAL ANDRESS: "The name of this book is 'The Legalized Genocide of Colored People,' but you work in the law, that's the area you deal in. I'm wondering how you handle working in an area and depending on the law, and yet also arguing that it's set up against you."BEN CRUMP: "Was it James Baldwin who said, 'To be black and conscious in America is to be always in a state of rage'?" Ben Crump is arguably America's most well-known civil rights attorney, having represented the families of Michael Brown, Tamir Rice and, perhaps most notably, Trayvon Martin. Seven years after Martin's death and George Zimmerman's controversial acquittal, Crump says "Stand Your Ground" still promotes vigilante justice, leads to unnecessary violence and questionable claims of self-defense against people of color. And a  growing body of research  is beginning to back him up.CRUMP: "Stand Your Ground was a solution looking for a problem. … When the police kill us, they probably are not going to be held accountable. But then Stand Your Ground comes along and says, not only can the police kill us and get away with murder, but now any Tom, Dick and Harry who kills a person of color can say, you know, I felt in fear. I felt threatened."After Florida passed the first Stand Your Ground law in 2005, several states adopted some form of this legislation that counters two major principles of  standard self-defense laws : First, it removes the duty to retreat, which says that a person facing harm or threat must retreat before responding with deadly force in self-defense. Second, it gives any law-abiding citizen the right to defend themselves anywhere they are legally permitted to be. While many states already allow you to respond to a threat with force if you're on your property,  known as the "castle doctrine", Stand Your Ground expands that to include just about any public place. The RAND Corporation, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization, conducted a study on the effects of several gun laws in America and found  "moderate evidence"  that Stand Your Ground laws are associated with an increase in homicides. Since RAND published its report,  four   more   studies   have  been released that make similar claims. BAXLEY: "Well, we say figures lie and liars figure, because it's natural for us, even when we're trying to be objective, that our perspectives color the work." Florida Sen. Dennis Baxley is skeptical of RAND's findings. He sponsored the bill that would eventually become Stand Your Ground, and he still believes it's good policy. BAXLEY: "I would like to see numbers on how many homicides were avoided because somebody was willing to act. … So far, I am satisfied that we save far more lives of innocent people by having the presumptions that we have in law."The RAND corporation concedes that a lot more research is needed, but also points out that none of their studies found a clear link between Stand Your Ground and less violent crime. And despite the accusations that Stand Your Ground disproportionately leads to people of color being victimized at the hands of racists, Baxley says he passed this law to help those that are disadvantaged. BAXLEY: "They're people calling this racist. There's one race in my mind: the human race. And we all get to be a part of it. … What did you get a bunch of skinheads chasing down a black kid? He can stop that. He shouldn't have to suffer a beating or be killed. I did this for him."But Stand Your Ground may not offer the same protections for all Floridians.  A 2015 study  shows convictions are  more likely  in cases with white victims versus non-white ones. Being based in Florida, Crump continues to represent families fighting Stand Your Ground cases with som Číst dále >>>

Menthol cig ban will lead to more stop-and-frisk: Moms of Garner, Martin

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enclosure image The mothers of Eric Garner and Trayvon Martin want to snuff out a city proposal to outlaw menthol-flavored cigarettes, worrying that such a ban would fuel a menthol black market leading to more deadly “stop and frisk” encounters between police and young black people. “We urge you to pay very close attention to the unintended... Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Menthol cig ban will lead to more stop-and-frisk: Moms of Garner, Martin

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The mothers of Eric Garner and Trayvon Martin want to snuff out a city proposal to outlaw menthol-flavored cigarettes, worrying that such a ban would fuel a menthol black market leading to more deadly “stop and frisk” encounters between police and young black people. “We urge you to pay very close attention to the unintended... Číst dále >>>

Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing

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Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was found guilty of murder on Tuesday, The Dallas Morning News first reported.> BREAKING: Amber Guyger is found guilty of murder in the death of Botham Jean https://t.co/AeS16Wz396> > -- Cassandra Jaramillo (@cassandrajar) October 1, 2019The victim, Botham Jean, was killed in his own apartment by Guyger on Sept. 6, 2018. Jean’s family responded with “cheers and tears,” per reporter Cassandra Jaramillo.Update 4:00 p.m.: While the facts of the case were largely uncontested, the verdict came down to a disputed interpretation of the so-called "Castle Doctrine," which allows for the use of deadly force when one is threatened in one's own home.Late in the evening on Sept. 6, an off-duty Guyger, who was returning home after a long shift, mistakenly entered Jean’s fourth-floor apartment, which was directly above her own. Finding the door unlocked, she shot the 26-year-old accountant, who was eating a bowl of ice cream, because she assumed he was an intruder.Guyger was initially arrested on a manslaughter charge, which after review from the district attorney’s office, was upgraded to a murder charge. She first spoke publicly on the incident when she took the stand as the first witness for defense last Friday.“I was scared whoever was inside of my apartment was going to kill me, and I'm sorry,” Guyger said as she cried, her voice shaking. “I have to live with that every single day.” Her defense centered around her making a tragic but honest mistake, and Judge Tammy Kemp allowed the jurors to potentially apply the “Castle Ground.”The lead investigator on the case, Texas Ranger David Armstrong, testified that in interviewing 297 of the 349 residents at the South Side Flats apartment complex where Guyger and Jean lived, 46 had accidentally ended up on the wrong floor and put their key in the door. Of those 46, 38 were from the third and fourth floors.Prosecutors argued that Guyger acted rashly in her use of deadly force by not calling for backup, and that she missed several signs she was on the wrong floor because she was distracted by sexually explicit messages from a fellow police officer with whom she was having an extramarital affair.After the verdict was announced, attorneys for the Jean family held an impromptu press conference to praise the decision. Attorney Ben Crump said 26-year-old Jean was a “near perfect” person, and that “it shouldn’t take all of [Jean’s credentials] for unarmed black and brown people in America to get justice.”“This verdict is for Trayvon Martin,” he said, “it’s for Michael Brown, it’s for Sandra Bland, it’s for Tamir Rice, it’s for Eric Garner, it’s for Antwon Rose, it’s for Jemel Roberson, for EJ Bradford, for Stephon Clark, for Jeffrey Dennis, Genevieve Dawes, for Pamela Turner.”Jean’s mother rejoiced as cheers broke out outside the courtroom when the verdict was announced soon after 10:30 a.m. “God is good. Trust him,” she said.Guyger remained standing until the jury left after announcing the decision. Then, she fell into her chair.The sentencing phase of the trial began Tuesday afternoon. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing

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Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was found guilty of murder on Tuesday, The Dallas Morning News first reported.> BREAKING: Amber Guyger is found guilty of murder in the death of Botham Jean https://t.co/AeS16Wz396> > -- Cassandra Jaramillo (@cassandrajar) October 1, 2019The victim, Botham Jean, was killed in his own apartment by Guyger on Sept. 6, 2018. Jean’s family responded with “cheers and tears,” per reporter Cassandra Jaramillo.Update 4:00 p.m.: While the facts of the case were largely uncontested, the verdict came down to a disputed interpretation of the so-called "Castle Doctrine," which allows for the use of deadly force when one is threatened in one's own home.Late in the evening on Sept. 6, an off-duty Guyger, who was returning home after a long shift, mistakenly entered Jean’s fourth-floor apartment, which was directly above her own. Finding the door unlocked, she shot the 26-year-old accountant, who was eating a bowl of ice cream, because she assumed he was an intruder.Guyger was initially arrested on a manslaughter charge, which after review from the district attorney’s office, was upgraded to a murder charge. She first spoke publicly on the incident when she took the stand as the first witness for defense last Friday.“I was scared whoever was inside of my apartment was going to kill me, and I'm sorry,” Guyger said as she cried, her voice shaking. “I have to live with that every single day.” Her defense centered around her making a tragic but honest mistake, and Judge Tammy Kemp allowed the jurors to potentially apply the “Castle Ground.”The lead investigator on the case, Texas Ranger David Armstrong, testified that in interviewing 297 of the 349 residents at the South Side Flats apartment complex where Guyger and Jean lived, 46 had accidentally ended up on the wrong floor and put their key in the door. Of those 46, 38 were from the third and fourth floors.Prosecutors argued that Guyger acted rashly in her use of deadly force by not calling for backup, and that she missed several signs she was on the wrong floor because she was distracted by sexually explicit messages from a fellow police officer with whom she was having an extramarital affair.After the verdict was announced, attorneys for the Jean family held an impromptu press conference to praise the decision. Attorney Ben Crump said 26-year-old Jean was a “near perfect” person, and that “it shouldn’t take all of [Jean’s credentials] for unarmed black and brown people in America to get justice.”“This verdict is for Trayvon Martin,” he said, “it’s for Michael Brown, it’s for Sandra Bland, it’s for Tamir Rice, it’s for Eric Garner, it’s for Antwon Rose, it’s for Jemel Roberson, for EJ Bradford, for Stephon Clark, for Jeffrey Dennis, Genevieve Dawes, for Pamela Turner.”Jean’s mother rejoiced as cheers broke out outside the courtroom when the verdict was announced soon after 10:30 a.m. “God is good. Trust him,” she said.Guyger remained standing until the jury left after announcing the decision. Then, she fell into her chair.The sentencing phase of the trial began Tuesday afternoon. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing

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Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was found guilty of murder on Tuesday, The Dallas Morning News first reported.> BREAKING: Amber Guyger is found guilty of murder in the death of Botham Jean https://t.co/AeS16Wz396> > -- Cassandra Jaramillo (@cassandrajar) October 1, 2019The victim, Botham Jean, was killed in his own apartment by Guyger on Sept. 6, 2018. Jean’s family responded with “cheers and tears,” per reporter Cassandra Jaramillo.Update 4:00 p.m.: While the facts of the case were largely uncontested, the verdict came down to a disputed interpretation of the so-called "Castle Doctrine," which allows for the use of deadly force when one is threatened in one's own home.Late in the evening on Sept. 6, an off-duty Guyger, who was returning home after a long shift, mistakenly entered Jean’s fourth-floor apartment, which was directly above her own. Finding the door unlocked, she shot the 26-year-old accountant, who was eating a bowl of ice cream, because she assumed he was an intruder.Guyger was initially arrested on a manslaughter charge, which after review from the district attorney’s office, was upgraded to a murder charge. She first spoke publicly on the incident when she took the stand as the first witness for defense last Friday.“I was scared whoever was inside of my apartment was going to kill me, and I'm sorry,” Guyger said as she cried, her voice shaking. “I have to live with that every single day.” Her defense centered around her making a tragic but honest mistake, and Judge Tammy Kemp allowed the jurors to potentially apply the “Castle Ground.”The lead investigator on the case, Texas Ranger David Armstrong, testified that in interviewing 297 of the 349 residents at the South Side Flats apartment complex where Guyger and Jean lived, 46 had accidentally ended up on the wrong floor and put their key in the door. Of those 46, 38 were from the third and fourth floors.Prosecutors argued that Guyger acted rashly in her use of deadly force by not calling for backup, and that she missed several signs she was on the wrong floor because she was distracted by sexually explicit messages from a fellow police officer with whom she was having an extramarital affair.After the verdict was announced, attorneys for the Jean family held an impromptu press conference to praise the decision. Attorney Ben Crump said 26-year-old Jean was a “near perfect” person, and that “it shouldn’t take all of [Jean’s credentials] for unarmed black and brown people in America to get justice.”“This verdict is for Trayvon Martin,” he said, “it’s for Michael Brown, it’s for Sandra Bland, it’s for Tamir Rice, it’s for Eric Garner, it’s for Antwon Rose, it’s for Jemel Roberson, for EJ Bradford, for Stephon Clark, for Jeffrey Dennis, Genevieve Dawes, for Pamela Turner.”Jean’s mother rejoiced as cheers broke out outside the courtroom when the verdict was announced soon after 10:30 a.m. “God is good. Trust him,” she said.Guyger remained standing until the jury left after announcing the decision. Then, she fell into her chair.The sentencing phase of the trial began Tuesday afternoon. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing

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Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was found guilty of murder on Tuesday, The Dallas Morning News first reported.> BREAKING: Amber Guyger is found guilty of murder in the death of Botham Jean https://t.co/AeS16Wz396> > -- Cassandra Jaramillo (@cassandrajar) October 1, 2019The victim, Botham Jean, was killed in his own apartment by Guyger on Sept. 6, 2018. Jean’s family responded with “cheers and tears,” per reporter Cassandra Jaramillo.Update 4:00 p.m.: While the facts of the case were largely uncontested, the verdict came down to a disputed interpretation of the so-called "Castle Doctrine," which allows for the use of deadly force when one is threatened in one's own home.Late in the evening on Sept. 6, an off-duty Guyger, who was returning home after a long shift, mistakenly entered Jean’s fourth-floor apartment, which was directly above her own. Finding the door unlocked, she shot the 26-year-old accountant, who was eating a bowl of ice cream, because she assumed he was an intruder.Guyger was initially arrested on a manslaughter charge, which after review from the district attorney’s office, was upgraded to a murder charge. She first spoke publicly on the incident when she took the stand as the first witness for defense last Friday.“I was scared whoever was inside of my apartment was going to kill me, and I'm sorry,” Guyger said as she cried, her voice shaking. “I have to live with that every single day.” Her defense centered around her making a tragic but honest mistake, and Judge Tammy Kemp allowed the jurors to potentially apply the “Castle Ground.”The lead investigator on the case, Texas Ranger David Armstrong, testified that in interviewing 297 of the 349 residents at the South Side Flats apartment complex where Guyger and Jean lived, 46 had accidentally ended up on the wrong floor and put their key in the door. Of those 46, 38 were from the third and fourth floors.Prosecutors argued that Guyger acted rashly in her use of deadly force by not calling for backup, and that she missed several signs she was on the wrong floor because she was distracted by sexually explicit messages from a fellow police officer with whom she was having an extramarital affair.After the verdict was announced, attorneys for the Jean family held an impromptu press conference to praise the decision. Attorney Ben Crump said 26-year-old Jean was a “near perfect” person, and that “it shouldn’t take all of [Jean’s credentials] for unarmed black and brown people in America to get justice.”“This verdict is for Trayvon Martin,” he said, “it’s for Michael Brown, it’s for Sandra Bland, it’s for Tamir Rice, it’s for Eric Garner, it’s for Antwon Rose, it’s for Jemel Roberson, for EJ Bradford, for Stephon Clark, for Jeffrey Dennis, Genevieve Dawes, for Pamela Turner.”Jean’s mother rejoiced as cheers broke out outside the courtroom when the verdict was announced soon after 10:30 a.m. “God is good. Trust him,” she said.Guyger remained standing until the jury left after announcing the decision. Then, she fell into her chair.The sentencing phase of the trial began Tuesday afternoon. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing

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Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was found guilty of murder on Tuesday, The Dallas Morning News first reported.> BREAKING: Amber Guyger is found guilty of murder in the death of Botham Jean https://t.co/AeS16Wz396> > -- Cassandra Jaramillo (@cassandrajar) October 1, 2019The victim, Botham Jean, was killed in his own apartment by Guyger on Sept. 6, 2018. Jean’s family responded with “cheers and tears,” per reporter Cassandra Jaramillo.Update 4:00 p.m.: While the facts of the case were largely uncontested, the verdict came down to a disputed interpretation of the so-called "Castle Doctrine," which allows for the use of deadly force when one is threatened in one's own home.Late in the evening on Sept. 6, an off-duty Guyger, who was returning home after a long shift, mistakenly entered Jean’s fourth-floor apartment, which was directly above her own. Finding the door unlocked, she shot the 26-year-old accountant, who was eating a bowl of ice cream, because she assumed he was an intruder.Guyger was initially arrested on a manslaughter charge, which after review from the district attorney’s office, was upgraded to a murder charge. She first spoke publicly on the incident when she took the stand as the first witness for defense last Friday.“I was scared whoever was inside of my apartment was going to kill me, and I'm sorry,” Guyger said as she cried, her voice shaking. “I have to live with that every single day.” Her defense centered around her making a tragic but honest mistake, and Judge Tammy Kemp allowed the jurors to potentially apply the “Castle Ground.”The lead investigator on the case, Texas Ranger David Armstrong, testified that in interviewing 297 of the 349 residents at the South Side Flats apartment complex where Guyger and Jean lived, 46 had accidentally ended up on the wrong floor and put their key in the door. Of those 46, 38 were from the third and fourth floors.Prosecutors argued that Guyger acted rashly in her use of deadly force by not calling for backup, and that she missed several signs she was on the wrong floor because she was distracted by sexually explicit messages from a fellow police officer with whom she was having an extramarital affair.After the verdict was announced, attorneys for the Jean family held an impromptu press conference to praise the decision. Attorney Ben Crump said 26-year-old Jean was a “near perfect” person, and that “it shouldn’t take all of [Jean’s credentials] for unarmed black and brown people in America to get justice.”“This verdict is for Trayvon Martin,” he said, “it’s for Michael Brown, it’s for Sandra Bland, it’s for Tamir Rice, it’s for Eric Garner, it’s for Antwon Rose, it’s for Jemel Roberson, for EJ Bradford, for Stephon Clark, for Jeffrey Dennis, Genevieve Dawes, for Pamela Turner.”Jean’s mother rejoiced as cheers broke out outside the courtroom when the verdict was announced soon after 10:30 a.m. “God is good. Trust him,” she said.Guyger remained standing until the jury left after announcing the decision. Then, she fell into her chair.The sentencing phase of the trial began Tuesday afternoon. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing

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Jury Finds Former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger Guilty of Murder in Mistaken-Apartment Killing Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was found guilty of murder on Tuesday, The Dallas Morning News first reported.> BREAKING: Amber Guyger is found guilty of murder in the death of Botham Jean https://t.co/AeS16Wz396> > -- Cassandra Jaramillo (@cassandrajar) October 1, 2019The victim, Botham Jean, was killed in his own apartment by Guyger on Sept. 6, 2018. Jean’s family responded with “cheers and tears,” per reporter Cassandra Jaramillo.Update 4:00 p.m.: While the facts of the case were largely uncontested, the verdict came down to a disputed interpretation of the so-called "Castle Doctrine," which allows for the use of deadly force when one is threatened in one's own home.Late in the evening on Sept. 6, an off-duty Guyger, who was returning home after a long shift, mistakenly entered Jean’s fourth-floor apartment, which was directly above her own. Finding the door unlocked, she shot the 26-year-old accountant, who was eating a bowl of ice cream, because she assumed he was an intruder.Guyger was initially arrested on a manslaughter charge, which after review from the district attorney’s office, was upgraded to a murder charge. She first spoke publicly on the incident when she took the stand as the first witness for defense last Friday.“I was scared whoever was inside of my apartment was going to kill me, and I'm sorry,” Guyger said as she cried, her voice shaking. “I have to live with that every single day.” Her defense centered around her making a tragic but honest mistake, and Judge Tammy Kemp allowed the jurors to potentially apply the “Castle Ground.”The lead investigator on the case, Texas Ranger David Armstrong, testified that in interviewing 297 of the 349 residents at the South Side Flats apartment complex where Guyger and Jean lived, 46 had accidentally ended up on the wrong floor and put their key in the door. Of those 46, 38 were from the third and fourth floors.Prosecutors argued that Guyger acted rashly in her use of deadly force by not calling for backup, and that she missed several signs she was on the wrong floor because she was distracted by sexually explicit messages from a fellow police officer with whom she was having an extramarital affair.After the verdict was announced, attorneys for the Jean family held an impromptu press conference to praise the decision. Attorney Ben Crump said 26-year-old Jean was a “near perfect” person, and that “it shouldn’t take all of [Jean’s credentials] for unarmed black and brown people in America to get justice.”“This verdict is for Trayvon Martin,” he said, “it’s for Michael Brown, it’s for Sandra Bland, it’s for Tamir Rice, it’s for Eric Garner, it’s for Antwon Rose, it’s for Jemel Roberson, for EJ Bradford, for Stephon Clark, for Jeffrey Dennis, Genevieve Dawes, for Pamela Turner.”Jean’s mother rejoiced as cheers broke out outside the courtroom when the verdict was announced soon after 10:30 a.m. “God is good. Trust him,” she said.Guyger remained standing until the jury left after announcing the decision. Then, she fell into her chair.The sentencing phase of the trial began Tuesday afternoon. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Doražte na jednu z našich událostí StarDance do Ostravy, Brna, či Hradce Králové a zúčastněte se tak naprosto originálního flashmobu. Jak se na něj připravit naleznete ve videu. 🕺 Odkazy na jednotlivé akce: ▶️27. 9. Ostrava https://www.facebook.com/events/714784212339612/ ▶️28. 9. Brno https://www.facebook.com/events/694771571022939/ ▶️29. 9. Hradec Králové https://www.facebook.com/events/382608159357237/
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REPORTÉŘI ČT - Proč věří návštěvníci Čapího hnízda premiérovi

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Anketa pořadu Reprotéři ČT s návštěvníky Čapího hnízda. Celý díl pořadu Reportéři ČT sledujte na iVysilani a nebo zde v odkazech. https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/1142743803-reporteri-ct/219452801240026/video/718068 https://www.facebook.com/reporterict/videos/2262678957192058/ Sledujet nás na našich sociálních sítích: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/reporterict/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/reporterict WEB: https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/reporterict #teaser #babis #navstevnici #capihnizdo
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„Jsou v pasti.“ Po Letné a oslavách: Erik Best sčítá a účtuje Milionu chvilek, novinářům a jiným. A vidí změnu

20.11.2019, 04:43

Milion chvilek na Letné a místy poněkud divoké oslavy 17. listopadu. Jak události posledního víkendu hodnotí politický analytik a novinář Erik Best? Opět mnohé překvapí. Jde o Babiše, jeho projev chválící Havla i média a jejich přístup ke „chvilkařům“.
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„Lůza. Neotravuj!“ Pískání na Klause ml.: Další kolo. Pěkně ostré. A dopad na Trikolóru?

20.11.2019, 07:54

Zdá se, že video z Národní třídy opravdu rozvířilo debatu o odkazu 17. listopadu a kdo si ho může nárokovat. A také zvedlo návštěvnost na turné Trikolóry. Hradní mluvčí Jiří Ovčáček by podepsal slova o lůze a vyzval opoziční politiky, aby se za své příznivce omluvili. Václav Láska označil Václava Klause mladšího za českého Mariana Kotlebu. Antiislámský aktivista Konvička naopak prohlašuje, že Klaus se úplně distancoval od čehokoliv, byť jen nálepkovitě připomínajícího fašismus a poslal Lásku pro „krabicák“.
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Ubodání syna německého prezidenta: „Co je to za svět...“ Nové informace

20.11.2019, 07:00

V Berlíně se odehrál další smrtelný útok nožem, jejichž počet v posledních letech výrazně stoupá. Tento byl ale mimořádný v tom, že jeho obětí byl syn bývalého spolkového prezidenta Fritz von Weizsäcker. Ten byl ubodán k smrti přímo během vlastní přednášky na berlínské klinice.
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Kalda na Hrad? Žantovský chce občanskou neposlušnost? Nedrážděte lidi, už začínají být opravdu hodně naštvaní, varuje novinářka ze slavné podnikatelské rodiny

19.11.2019, 19:25

ROZHOVOR Jsou vizionáři Drahoš nebo Pavel, či dokonce Minář, mající své poznámky v deskách s Maxipsem Fíkem, nebo Klaus junior? Budeme dráždit „hada bosou nohou“ a přikládat pod „papiňák“ a čekat, až se ucho utrhne, neřku-li vyzývat k občanské neposlušnosti? Jak zvládl Národní třídu v den oslav 17. listopadu pan ministr Hamáček, respektive „jeho“ policisté, když si tam celý den uzurpovala skupinka horkých topáckých hlav, jejímž snem je „Kalda“ na Hradě? V rozhovoru pro ParlamentníListy.cz si v hodnocení oslav a rádoby oslav nebere servítky bývalá novinářka Lucie Groene Odkolek.
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Klaus má problém, fotra. Proč Zeman nesnáší ČT? Ještě, že jsme se domluvili s tím Milionem chvilek… Kníže, Mašínová a umělci debatovali v Brně o sametu, takto to dopadlo

19.11.2019, 21:42

REPORTÁŽ Česko si po celý listopad připomíná třicáté výročí sametové revoluce. V Brně na téma sametu debatovali i čestný předseda TOP 09 Karel Schwarzenberg, Zdena Mašínová, dokumentarista Břetislav Rychlík a profesor Petr Oslzlý. Schwarzenberg zdůraznil, že prakticky nebylo možné zakázat komunistickou stranu. Poté se zastal Polska a hájil Visegrádskou čtyřku. Profesor Oslzlý varoval před Okamurou a Břetislav Rychlík vyzval k obraně České televize.
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Feminismus a násilničtí imigranti zničili Evropu

Paul Craig Roberts 19.11.2019, 00:10

Znásilňování bílých švédských žen černošskými násilnickými imigranty ve Švédsku snad nikdy nepřestane. Při posledním násilném činu přinutili čtyři černí Eritrejci 13letou švédskou dívku, aby vešla do koupelny, kde ji střídavě znásilňovali a natáčeli si skupinové znásilňování. Podle novinové zprávy došlo před vaginálním znásilněním „k násilí, kdy nejméně dva z obžalovaných popadli napadenou za krk a rameno, mlátili jí hlavou o zeď a poté ji násilně dovlekli do koupelny.“
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Cílem „uloupení“ syrské ropy je zmaření obnovy Sýrie

Salman Rafi Šejk 18.11.2019, 00:10

Ve jménu toho, co americký prezident označil jako „zabezpečení ropy“, nebo toho, co Pentagon začal označovat jako snahu „chránit“ syrskou ropu, se USA v podstatě oddávají tomu, co lze jednoduše označit jako úmyslné drancování přírodních zdrojů Sýrie. Prostřednictvím „kontroly“ syrské ropy se USA snaží dosáhnout tří cílů. Za prvé, mohou zmařit všechny pokusy o územní celistvost Sýrie pod správou Damašku. Za druhé, mohou zadržovat kritický zdroj syrské ekonomiky, a tím zmařit ekonomické oživení a obnovu Sýrie. Za třetí, tím že budou mít ropu „pod kontrolou“, mohou odstřihnout Kurdy a zabránit jim v uzavření dohody s Rusy a Syřany o integraci s Damaškem; z toho důvodu Pentagon „varoval“ všechny země - zejména Rusko a Sýrii - před jakýmkoliv pokusem o obnovu ropných polí. To však zároveň velmi komplikuje snahy o smíření mezi USA a Tureckem, nebo jej přímo znemožňuje.
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Vlastenectví a boj za svobodu národa tvoří jedinou pravou podstatu výročí 17. listopadu

Maru 17.11.2019, 01:42

Blíží se 17. listopad, Mezinárodní den studenstva. Jeho vzniku předcházely události, ke kterým došlo v období 28. 10. do 17. 11. 1939 v naší vlasti, okupované v té době Německem. 28. 10. 1939 se uskutečnila tichá demonstrace u příležitosti 21. výročí vzniku Československé republiky, kterou organizovali z velké části čeští studenti. Vylepovali plakáty s pozvánkou na demonstraci a u pomníků českých osobností kladli věnce s českou trikolórou.
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Běžte tam, utíkejte, rozviňte vlajky a roztáhněte transparenty na délku i šířku letenské pláně, protože dnes má tupost své pré. Křičte hulákejte, že chcete znovu u lékaře a v nemocnicích platit jak mourovatí, řvěte i vy důchodci, že se vám stýská po penzích ročně zvyšovaných o 40 Kč, a vytleskejte si i vy učitelé, že chcete být znovu nejhůře placeným povoláním v republice, i vy dělníci, že chcete zas, jako kdysi, pracovat za pár šupů. A skandujte hesla vy všichni, kteří toužíte, aby se vrátil čas Kalousků, Schwarzenbergů, Topolánků, Bakalů a Krejčířů.
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Valentin Dobrotivý 15.11.2019, 01:28

Blíží se víkend a s ním i třicáté výročí Sametové revoluce. Významný den, který propagandisté starající se o pevné ukotvení českého protektorátu v amerických okovech musejí náležitě vytěžit. Budeme bombardováni argumenty o tom, jak špatně jsme se měli před Listopadem '89 a jak skvěle se máme dnes. S varovným upozorněním, že kdo se s těmito argumenty plně neztotožní, musí být úplný hlupák nebo placený agent Kremlu.
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Global restart button - aneb fiktivní otevřený dopis Gretě Thunbergové

Aleš Stebel 14.11.2019, 02:21

Milá Gretko, jsi-li vystrašená a rozhořčená, máš zajisté právo nepokrytě vyjádřit tyto pocity, které pak může sdílet významná část tvé generace. Můžeš se tak stát ikonou generačního konfliktu, ve kterém bude zajisté i dost prostoru pro různá neporozumění, nepochopení i pro klikaté cestičky do pekel, dlážděné dobrými úmysly. Nechci ti vyjádřit podporu, ale ani ti nechci odporovat. Chci ti vyjádřit porozumění, spojené s jistou útěchou. Jsem totiž součástí skupiny lidí, která již delší dobu analyzuje rizika pro tuto planetu, z nichž jedno je předmětem tvé vášnivé snahy přimět mocné tohoto světa brát právě toto riziko nanejvýš vážně.
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Prezident Macron oznamuje prvú bezprecedentnú krízu nesúvisiacu s vojnou

Sergej Gurjanov 14.11.2019, 02:18

Svetový systém prechádza bezprecedentnou krízou a prvýkrát to nie je dôsledok svetových vojen, uviedol francúzsky prezident Emmanuel Macron. „Medzinárodný systém prechádza bezprecedentnou krízou. Po prvýkrát kríza nie je výsledkom svetových vojen“, hovorí Macron.
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Čemu máme věřit

Pavel Šafář 13.11.2019, 01:05

Pravda je a vždy byla přeci jen pro malou hrstku odvážných, zvědavých lidí s kritickým myšlením. Vládní systémy ve všech dobách odvozovaly svoji moc z nějaké ideologie, propagandy, pravdy, které byly nezpochybnitelné. Moderní doba svým médii sebou ovšem přinesla mnohem větší možnosti propagandy než byly kdy dříve.
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