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Stalking is not something new. As society has evolved the terms applied to it have evolved as well. We have called it harassment, we have called it an annoyance, and now we refer to it as a domestic violence crime. Is it really? What happened to romance where the male used to "court " and "woe" the female? Is this dead now? Is there no romance?
Stalking is defined in this program as a pattern of repeated and unwanted attention. This leads to harassment and other courses of conduct directed at someone which reasonably causes them fear. California led the nation in coining the term stalking and that state defined a set of behaviors that define this as deviant conduct now prohibited by law. There has been unprecedented interest in stalking since then as antistalking legislation has been passed in every state and the District of Columbia.
There is a relationship between homicide and domestic violence often assumed but not empirically proven. Statistics on homicides in the United States come from Uniform Crime Reports and whatever gets databased by the local police department according to the statutes they have to work with which define what a crime is. Only recently have we really databased and documented relationships between perpetrators and their victims.
In this show we will explore what homicide is. We will discuss how it is defined, how it includes the killing of a human being by an act, or a procurement, or an omission of another human being. While intentionally causing death to another may be homicide it may not necessarily be murder. In this show we will explore the differences between stalking and homicide and the overall association of each to domestic violence.
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Hosts Sis. Rafika and Bro. James welcomes our special guest Attorney James Carter will discuss "The Missing Peace"The analysis of the alarming number of homicides in the Black community. Is there a solution?
In 2006, James Carter was elected to the New Orleans City Council. During his tenure on the City Council he became a trusted leader who was known for his work ethic, diligence, and commitment to helping the people of New Orleans. He is currently the attorney for the Peacekeeper Global Initiative. www.jamescarterlawfirm.com
The Keys 107 identifies 7 keys that open doors to endless possibilities in the pursuit of love, peace, and happiness. Each episode explores one or a combination of the 7 keys such as: spiritual, mental, physical, emotional, financial, art science & entertainment, and social with an emphasis on acts of kindness. It was and is our intention to invite guests that specialize in specific areas that through informative dialogue offer solutions that motivates a progressive change and stimulates active action. Twitter @thekeys107 Facebook TheKeys107/groups
The deadliest drug in America...cocaine, heroin, ectasy...none of the above. A reality check, ALCOHOL still the deadliest drug in U.S.
Lethal violence in poor minority communities is often associated with 'THE WIRE'---cocaine and heroin. NO THEY DO NOT TOP THE LIST. The answer is ALCOHOL. ALCOHOLis involved in more homicides than pretty much every other substance combined.
Survey of people incarcerated for violent crimes indicate that about 40% have been drinking at the time they committed these offenses. Offenders drink ALCOHOL because it plays a distinctive role. It lowers inhibitions and among some people, fosters aggressive behavoir that rachets up the risk that violence will occur.
DRINKING may impair your...etc.
DRINKING narrows your options...etc.
Unfit to drive, accept...etc.
ALCOHOL appears among young...etc.
DRINKING, A NATIONAL PROBLEM...etc.
I will be issuing a plea to Panama City after another deadly shooting this week! The victim is 17 years old and suspects are around his age. One is still at large. We have had a rash of shootings and homicides since the summer! Enough is Enough. Discuss with me solutions of what we has a community can do. My hearts aches because this is the city that I grew up in! What has changed and why? This is not good in other parts of the country people are dying at the hands of others and here we are killing each other along with other senseless killings!
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John J. Higgins is an attorney and former statewide prosecutor who has had a multi-faceted career and life. He has worked on farms, performed firearm repairs, and refinished and sold antiques, all before he finished high school. In between pursuing his college studies, he supervised industrial finishing operations and assisted in developing a powder coating system. After college, he worked fulltime and attended law school at night. He also filmed rock stars and celebrities for public service announcements and produced and emceed a play that performed before audiences that totaled over 170,000. In his career as an attorney, he researched and wrote policy papers for governmental committees, drafted legislation, and revised statutes. In his role as a statewide prosecutor he was involved in some of the highest profile cases in his state, from prosecuting multiple and complex crime rings to homicides, including those committed by a serial killer. Among other things he does in his private life, he can scuba dive and pilot an airplane. An avid student of history and spiritual development, he lives in New Jersey in an old Victorian train station he converted into his residence.
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"We have rights"......"I'm taping you"....."You can't do that".... It is very obvious that many people don't understand that the laws that the police now follow are a whole lot different than those written down. One year ago, this new law was ratified with the acquital of George Zimmerman, for the murder of Trayvon Martin. The precident that was set is now what you see in the streets. We talked about this one year ago.... Let's see where we are now..
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In this podcast of "It's My House" we shall be conducting a Community Law Clinic. Our Law Clinics are (study groups) and we give no legal advice.
In light of the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri we shall continue discussion on "Understanding The Police". Included in our talk for today we shall cover "Homicide Distinctions".
Everyone in the community should know the basics of understanding what the Police can and can not do, plus know the basics of anything they maybe be talking about.
We also invite our listeners to take a short quiz with us today to make sure you are clear on what was discussed.
There's been nearly 60 homicides in city of Newark. The body count in Paterson and Jersey City continue to rise. What happened to the joint effort announced by the mayors of these cities and how effective can we expect them to be? Why is the community missing in action and where's the cooperation. All that and more today at 4pm on The Ron Kelly Show. Call the show at 347 426 3214 with your comments.
In 2013, an international survey determined that the country that poses as the single biggest threat to world peace is...The United States Of America. The land of the free--where government is running amok and where citizens feel less and less in control every day. It may still feel safe to live in the US, but we are headed in the direction of a full-blown police state--a reality where we are not welcome to speak out against our own government. While the number of officer deaths is thankfully declining, the number of killings by officers is increasing. In 2013, 33 law enforcement officers were killed by gunfire. While it is a morbid statistic, it is the lowest number since 1887. Meanwhile, in 2012, police committed over 400 justifiable homicides for the first time in more than a decade. This trend would suggest that crime is increasing...but it isn’t. It only means that officers are more frequently resorting to violence.
Mayor Bloomberg’s failed “Stop and Frisk” policy allows NYPD to stop, question, and frisk anyone for contraband and weapons, often times without reasonable suspicion. In 2013 alone, New Yorkers were stopped 179,063 times. In 89% of cases, the person stopped was completely innocent. As well as doing very little to stop crime, the method is clearly racially motivated. Of those stopped in 2013, 56% were black and 29% were Latino, while only 11% were white. Until recently, prison was reserved for dangers to society. Now, you can be arrested and imprisoned for making nothing more than a human mistake. George Norris was sentenced to 17 months in prison after he forgot to get the proper paperwork and sold orchids to an undercover agent. Georgia Thompson, a state employee who accidently filled company data incorrectly, spent four months in prison.
When Is Enough Truely Enough
In 2011, the most recent year for which such data is available, black females were murdered by males at a rate of 2.61 per 100,000 in single victim/single offender incidents. For white women, the rate was 0.99 per 100,000. Ninety-four percent of black women were murdered by someone they knew. And the vast majority of homicides of black females were not related to any other felony crime. Most often, they were killed in the course of an argument. In cases where the circumstances could be identified, 87 percent were not related to the commission of any other felony. Here are some common reasons about women and domestic violence:
A strong personal identificationbased on familial structure/hierarchy, patriarchal elements,and cultural identity (e.g., role as wife, mother, and homemaker)
Religious beliefs that reinforce the woman’s victimization and legitimizes the abuser’s behavior
Fear of isolation and alienation
A strong loyalty to both immediate and extended family,as well as loyalty to race and culture (the “yoke of silence”)
Guarded trust and reluctance to discuss “private matters”
Fear of rejection from family, friends, congregation, and community
Individual needs often defer to family unity and strength
Distrust of law enforcement (fear of subjecting themselves and loved ones to a criminal and civil justice system they see as sexist, and/or racially and culturally biased)
Skepticism and distrust that shelter and intervention services are not culturally or linguistically competent
We are presently living in a violent world. It seems as if taking a life is just as normal as creating a one. No matter if you're thinking of community violence, random acts, or world war violence is all around you and inescapable. Even if you don't live in a danger zone you can still flip on a T.V., radio, or even a computer and get the latest news updates which usually include some form of hostility. Could this be the sign of the infamous biblical apocalypse? Join host Anah Mae as she gets down to the "nitty gritty". M.A.N. M.A.D.E. RADIO... Live in the Mischief!
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