LISTEN: John Carlson Show, April20--8am hour


Judge Peter Cahill,{ } overseeing the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer in the death of George Floyd says recent comments by U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters are “abhorrent” and says they could lead to a verdict being appealed and the verdict overturned. (photo: CourtTV via pool coverage and the Associated Press)

8am hour -- CA Congresswoman's inflammatory comments regarding possible Derek Chauvin murder trial verdict clearly irritate the trial judge, the trial judge admonishes Rep. Maxine Waters for her comments, Rep. Waters' hateful attitude, Minneapolis high school students walk out of class and yell "National Guard go Home", two new scientific discoveries prompt Producer Phil to wonder how scientists can be so certain about climate change when newest discoveries up-end prior knowledge, Auburn (WA) city council re-instates a homeless trespassing law they abolished last year, the new law allows homeless to be fined/jailed if they refuse the offer of shelter while trespassing on public property, Auburn's new version of its old law is comparable to a trespassing ordinance in Redmond, the bogus spin of an Auburn city councilwoman who opposed this re-instated ordinance, GUEST: criminal law attorney, Anne Bremner, evaluates some of the possible verdicts from the jury in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, the jury selection didn't reveal any immediate influences on a verdict, examining the criteria for the three possible murder charges the jury could uphold, the one item of contention throughout Chauvin's trial.

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