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Say Her Name: "Breonna Taylor" - A Day-Long Symposium - Shared screen with speaker view
Kirstin Handshoe
02:26:57
If you are tweeting can you please use #sayhernamesymposium
Derek Rockhill
02:27:07
Hello! I changed your role to an attendee.
Rachel Van Cleave
02:37:50
Are there specific requirements to justify executing a warrant in the middle of the night?
Blanche Cook
02:39:15
ROCK IT PROFESSOR LOLLAR. TELL IT. TELL IT. TELL IT.
Kirstin Handshoe
02:40:29
Please list your questions in the Q&A and not the chat. Thank you.
Guion Johnstone
02:41:26
I second Professor Cook!
Valena Beety
02:44:27
Third! So incredibly informative - thank you Profs Lollar and Rutledge!
Kirstin Handshoe
02:46:53
Also please use the hashtag #sayhernamesymposium on social media related to our panels today!
LaSonya Moore
02:47:33
Will attendees received this recording?
Derek Rockhill
02:54:12
We plan to share the recording with everyone.
Blanche Cook
02:57:43
I will accept that apology Raleigh
Marta Wood
02:57:52
Would it be a good thing if charges against police were appealed, and the case went to higher court to establish precedent for how these constitutional rights apply to government entities?
Blanche Cook
03:03:08
ROCK IT RALEIGH. JUST DROP THE MIC. YOU GO!!!
Njeri Mathis Rutledge
03:05:57
It's a huge file. It took me hours before it popped up. It may be easier if it's a pdf
Blanche Cook
03:08:20
You are doing beautifully Raleigh.
Cortney Lollar
03:08:31
^^^
Blanche Cook
03:08:51
THAT’S RIGHT RALEIGH
Danielle Stoneberg
03:09:47
I echo Professors Cook and Lollar, you’re doing great Raleigh. I’ve learned so much from your presentation, even without the PowerPoint.
Rafael Torres
03:12:37
blind appeals to authority are appearing more and in popular conservative media when it comes to police... "blue lives" is a rather ridiculous defense of a career path CHOICE vs a persons race. Love the comparison to a cosmetologist, the training standards are a joke. You even have people making money off "warrior mindset" trainings for suburban areas and departments buying MRAPs. Everything you are saying layers into the fact that many departments are cosplaying army man against an enemy force as a result of a drug war founded on lies and racist policies.
Derek Rockhill
03:13:41
Thanks for the suggestion. The bios and photos file was replaced with a PDF. It should open/download much faster now.
Rafael Torres
03:13:47
Raleigh you nailed it and how that plays into the culture of police is important.
Rafael Torres
03:14:31
Rules of engagement
Guion Johnstone
03:22:32
YES Prof. Rutledge!!!!!!
Valena Beety
03:22:39
yes!!
Blanche Cook
03:22:52
PROFESSOR RUTLEDGE. PROFESSOR RUTLEDGE. PROFESSOR RUTLEDGE.
Valena Beety
03:23:07
“tainted the integrity of the process”
Valena Beety
03:23:13
yes!
Elizabeth Richardson
03:23:22
Agreed
Blanche Cook
03:23:35
RUTLEDGE 2020
Michelle Harrison
03:24:34
AMEN Professor Rutledge! And a new Attorney General for Kentucky.
Blanche Cook
03:25:52
TELL IT PROFESSOR LOLLAR. TELL IT.
Ethan Chase
03:28:15
Regarding the search warrant, I think it's clear that one of the key deficiencies of the exclusionary rule is that it only protects people who are later subject to criminal prosecution. It does nothing to protect people, like Breonna, that die as a result of a faulty warrant affidavit or who otherwise are not subject to criminal prosecution. Those people don't get a Franks hearing. They're left to figure out how to put their lives back together after this interaction with the state.
Michael Mannheimer
03:32:49
I believe the immunity provisions of KRS 503.085(1) requires that the grand jury consider self-defense, no? "A person who uses force as permitted [by the self-defense provisions] is immune from criminal prosecution . . . . As used in this subsection, the term `criminal prosecution' includes . . . charging or prosecuting the defendant."
Valena Beety
03:32:58
less than 2% in police violence indictments!
Blanche Cook
03:34:29
THAT’S RIGHT PROFESSOR WITMER-RICH!!!!!
Cortney Lollar
03:34:32
I don’t read it that way, but not because of statutory language - because prosecutors are not required to introduce exculpatory evidence. I would suspect, and I obviously wasn’t a prosecutor, that they don’t have to present that at the grand jury level. But that’s just my take. I’d be curious to know what prosecutors who practice in Kentucky think.
Njeri Mathis Rutledge
03:34:46
@Ethan Chase good point
Valena Beety
03:35:56
helpful comparison to lack of charges against police in Tamir Rice’s death in Cleveland.
Marian Vasser
03:37:20
I have served on grand jury twice and many jurors don't know they have that much power. Training needs to be reformed.
Michael Mannheimer
03:38:01
There would have been more no true bills out of Cuyahoga!
Jonathan Witmer-Rich
03:39:12
That's it! Except in police use of force cases.
Blanche Cook
03:51:36
ABRAMSON. ABRAMSON.
Michelle Harrison
03:52:20
yes
Guion Johnstone
03:52:22
Hahahaha!
Rachel Van Cleave
03:56:18
Excellent presentations and discussion. Thank you all so much!
Seth Woods
03:56:36
AMEN!
Jessica Grobman
03:56:44
So amazing
Marian Vasser
03:56:51
Agree!!! This has been great.
Tony Hardin
03:56:55
Thank you all
Vanessa Holden
03:56:56
YES! Thank you, Professor Cook!
Blanche Cook
03:57:01
It takes a village. THANK YOU PANELISTS AND OUR INCREDIBLE MODERATOR.
Njeri Mathis Rutledge
03:57:05
Thank you Professor Cook
Michael Mannheimer
03:57:12
Yes! Hard to believe she put this together in such a brief period of time.
Cortney Lollar
03:57:18
^^^