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Say Her Name: "Breonna Taylor" - A Day-Long Symposium - Shared screen with speaker view
Blanche Cook
45:24
You can start your video and mic
Rafael Torres
49:28
whoever is the host should be able to click the shield icon near the bottom and allow others to share their screen
Valena Beety
50:42
we can see it
LaKeysha Singleton
50:42
I can see it.
Eric Burse
50:43
yes we can
Rafael Torres
50:47
🙂
Blanche Cook
52:44
Thank you everyone. It takes a village.
Blanche Cook
52:57
Thank you to Dean Davis. True leadership.
Chabre Woods
01:05:14
When I logged on it was recording automatically
Chabre Woods
01:05:39
i pressed record in case but we can ask IT which host account is automatically recording
Rafael Torres
01:08:08
Patrick's video is on
Chabre Woods
01:09:26
We have several questions …I can save them to the end or copy them in the chat ahead of time
Valena Beety
01:15:49
Yes! Thank you Professor Crusto.
Derek Rockhill
01:16:11
In response to the recording question. The College of Law is recording the full symposium. Panelists do have access to record their session locally to their computer. You are welcome to do so, but once your session is over and are moved to an attendee you won't have access to record the other sessions.
Derek Rockhill
01:17:18
We will share the full recording once the symposium is over.
Valena Beety
01:20:31
Right, but prosecutors often don't require BARD when considering whether to bring charges. That's why prosecutors like Wesley Bell and Rachel Rollins making a public standard of applying BARD on the front end before bringing a charge is so important.
Valena Beety
01:21:06
Perhaps in Kentucky they apply BARD in deciding charges, but many other prosecutors offices don't.
Valena Beety
01:25:32
A number of prosecutors offices do not apply the beyond a reasonable doubt standard when deciding whether to bring charges. They use a lower standard (for example, probable cause, or an even lower standard).
Rafael Torres
01:38:06
YES! Where are the gun rights activists on this? Absolutely appalling double standard.
Jessica Grobman
01:38:19
I am so glad this was said and brought up.
Carla Merritt
01:38:19
yes, explain that
Michael Mannheimer
01:38:33
Kenneth Walker was not the initial aggressor.
Rafael Torres
01:38:42
also are you all recording this??
Carla Merritt
01:38:46
facts
Chabre Woods
01:39:09
we are recording.
Katie Perkins
01:39:10
Yes, you can see the ‘Recording’ notation in the upper left.
Chabre Woods
01:41:28
Cnn good let me know on time
Valena Beety
01:42:41
exactly. That's why Paul Butler's fictitious prosecutor opening argument in Breonna Taylor prosecutions for homicide is so compelling. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysuecIwQMMw
Valena Beety
01:42:51
*opening statement
Anthony Davis
01:42:59
Why are the Police protected at such a higher standard than the normal citizen? The laws should apply to equally with few exceptions.
Rafael Torres
01:43:11
thanks! do you have the ability to turn on the closed captioning?
Chabre Woods
01:44:23
does someone from IT have access to closed captioning - youtube may automatically have it on
Anthony Davis
01:48:01
How does us as a society hold District Attorney's and Attorney General's accountable for the negligent behaviors? There should be some oversight and accountability to the bad actors in these positions.
Dwight Haggard
01:49:52
Well said, Professor Marcosson. Very unfortunate.
Marta Wood
01:50:24
What a brutal and heart wrenching truth.
Frekyla Perkins
01:50:31
that’s a shame.
Blanche Cook
01:53:55
My students are singing your praises on a chat line
Anthony Davis
01:54:47
Well said.... This is not right.
Sandra Mayson
01:57:05
Prof. Mannheimer, can the recklessness analysis encompass executing the warrant in the middle of the night and failure to knock & announce?
Sandra Mayson
02:06:15
Is it “reasonably” believed??? The statute just says “believes.” Looks like a subjective standard - which is even more favorable to the cops in this case.
Michael Mannheimer
02:08:05
It says "believed" but if they were unreasonable, they could be liable under 503.120 (imperfect self-defense). That's basically what Sam M. said.
Valena Beety
02:09:45
They do matter. Thank you.
Jelani Jefferson Exum
02:10:00
Excellent points, Prof. Scott!
Jelani Jefferson Exum
02:13:31
Thank you Prof. Crusto. We're always told what the law is, but we should be demanding a change in the law that fails to protect us (Black people).
Chabre Woods
02:13:51
Someone is asking about turning on spotlight speaker mode
Michael Mannheimer
02:14:42
To Sandra: It says "believed" but if they were unreasonable, they could be liable under 503.120 (imperfect self-defense). That's basically what Sam M. said.
Sandra Mayson
02:15:39
Right. Got it. Sent that question off too quickly, sorry!
Frekyla Perkins
02:16:07
Something has to be done about the lying and hiding from our police departments.
Frekyla Perkins
02:16:17
Something has to be done about the lying and hiding from our police departments.
Brandi waskul
02:22:02
thank you! very enlightening!
Sandra Mayson
02:22:07
Excellent panel. Thank you so much!
Rachel Van Cleave
02:22:11
Thank you, all!
Danielle Pelfrey
02:22:13
Thank you!
Aidan Traynor
02:22:13
thank you for your time
Michael Mannheimer
02:22:23
Thanks, everyone!