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come to a verdict. >> with the jurythe jurythe jury one unintentional second-degree murder while committing a felony find the defendant guilty. >> convicted on all three charges. he showed no emotion as he was cuffed and taken into custody. >> for a high profile case this is a pretty fast verdict. when the world is watching, the jurors typically want to cross their teas and.the eyes and let it clear they very carefully considered the evidence. >> jurors heard six hours of closing arguments from both sides after nearly 3 weeks of powerful testimony and supporting evidence. prosecutors argued derek shelton's action killed floyd. the defense hoping to create reasonable doubt saying his use of force was justified blaming his drug and hard issues for his death. >> derek chauvin should be found not guilty. >> what the defendant did --
to george floyd killed him. >> the diverse a jury aged from 20s to 60s, 5 men and 7 women. 4 were black, 6 were white and two self identified as multiracial. >> when there are no questions, there are no clarifications asked by a jury for jury instructions when you have nothing to read from the jerry a fast is a formal agreement. >> security in minneapolis has stepped up with national guard members deployed and scattered throughout the city. security is pretty tight in several major cities including new york and wawawawawawa 143 police officers have been arrested nationwide for use of force over the past 16 years. of those cases, 73 resulted in a criminal conviction including that of derek chauvin. that is from researchers at
bowling green university. police are rarely arararar neck restraint or chokehold . necklace get to j.r. stone. he has been monitoring various feats. joining us live with the latest reaction to the verdicthe verdic >> larry we have seen tears. we have seen celebration. really, an overall sense of relief that not just one or two guilty charges came down but 3 a guilty charges came down. family members spoke early this afternoon just a little while ago in houston, texas. here was what they had to say. >> to see him handcuffs like my brother was handcuffed, that told me he had no more power. i am so happy right now. god, if you could feel every beat and my heart. >> i can sleep in peace now. this is what we wanted. this is all we ever wanted.
i am happy we got justice. >> those family members were in tears today. as the verdict was read of the family telling us it doesn't bring back does give a sense of relief that justice has been served. without watch parties across the country today where people were celebrating at the moment the verdict came down. one of those watch parties happening in minneapolis. this is what it looked like outside of the cup the smack cub foods. you could see hundreds of people in the streets. there were celebrations and hugs. family lawyers and spoke after the verdict was read a saying there have that that they have been in touch with the president. >> president joe bidenjoe biden
to talk about what a moment this was for america and how we have to use this moment to build on. we want to acknowledge president joe biden acknowledging that we are all a better america today. >> reaction is still coming in from across the country. family members spoke about what comes next. we will discuss that tonight 5:00. this afternoon on getting answers, i asked london breed for her response to hearing the verdict in the derek chauvin trial. >> it felt like a weight had been lifted and also very emotional. almost unbelievable that i was hearing what i was hearing because in light of, the fact that we have seen these tragedies play themselves out all over this country for so many years one of the first times i really felt there was accountability and there was justice.
>> the guilty verdict is a relief and a step in the right direction for the country. the oakland mayor reacted with a statement on twitter. the verdict is just 1 and it is also an indictment. the deep structural racism that pervades our country and leads to the state-sponsored murder must end. >> bay dr. thanks for your time. what does the verdict tell you about the justice system? is this a significant sign of change or is it one isolated case in your view? >> thank you for having me. i do believe this is a significant sign of change not only because there is accountability along waited for but also there has been a lot of discussion on the jury and the jury was a very diverse and also represents the direction
of this country right now. just a few centuries ago black and minority communities weren't able to serve on juries and testify. it is a momentous day indeed. >> we have heard a lot of discussion in the past year or two about police reform. that means a lot of things to a lot of different people. do you think this could lead to real long-lasting change when it comes to the way america does its policing? >> yes. i think for the next few days and weeks we will continue to celebrate this moment as folks are marching in solidarity and just overjoyed with results terms of police reform this goes back to the question that many communities of color, many folks of color have been impacted by police brutality.
police reform requires us to look not just within the institution of policing but also without coming with community driven -- that allows us to be in relationship with one another and allows us to trust one another before we can begin to think about what is possible. at this momentthis momentthis mt begins with listening to the communities that are most impacted. >> we have seen a lot of impotence in the past few years where people of color have been shot and killed. is this happening more often or simply being recorded more often because -- i am sorry. i will have to stop there. good evening again. we are coming back on the air at this hour because president joe biden is about to speak after the verdict in the
of former minneapolis police officer derek chauvin put a jury today in minneapolis found him guilty on all counts in the killing of george floyd. were witnessed reaction from across the country. tears erupting outside of the courthouse in minneapolis. we also learned late today that president joe biden called the family of george floyd following the verdict. joe biden, vice president harris now add the podium. the vice president will speak first. >> good evening. first i want to thank the jury for their service and i want to thank mr. floyd family for your steadfastness. today, we feel a sigh of relief. still, it cannot take away pain. a measure of justice isn't the same as equal justice. this verdict brings us a step closer and the fact is we still have work to do. we still must
system. last summer together with senator cory booker and representative karen bass i introduced the george floyd justice and policing act. this bill would hold law enforcement accountable and help build trust between law enforcement and our communities. this bill is a part of george floyd's legacy. the president and i will continue to urge the senate to pass this legislation not as a panacea for every problem but as a start. of this work is long overdue. america has a long history of systemic racism. black americans and black men in particular have been treated throughout the course of our history as less than human. black man our fathers and brothers and sons and uncles and grandfathers and friends
and neighbors. their lives must our education system, in our healthcare system, in our housing system, in our economic system, in our criminal justice system. in our nation. full stop. because of smart phones, so many americans have now seen the racial injustice that black americans have known for generations. the racial injustice that we have thought for generations that might my parents protested in the 1960s. that millions of us, americans are raise posttest protested last summer. here is the truth about racial injustice. it is not just a black america problem or a people of color problem. it is a problem for
american. it is keeping us from fulfilling the promise of liberty and justice for all. is holding our nation back from realizing our full potential. we are all a part of george floyd's legacy. our job now is to honor it and to honor him. thank you. now it is my great honor to introduce the president of the united states, joe biden.joe bi. >> today, a jury
found former minneapolis police officer, derek chauvin guilty on all counts in the murder of george floyd last name. it was a murder in full light of day and it ripped the blinders off for the whole world to see the systemic racism the vice president referred to. the knee on the neck of justice for black americans, they sound fear and trauma, the pain and the exhaustion that black and brown americans experience every single day. the murder of launched a summer of protest. we hadn't seen this is since the civil rights era in the
60s. protests that unified people of every race and generation mps and with purpose to say enough! enough! enough! enough of this senseless killing. today, i just spoke with the governor of of of thanked me for the close work of his team and i also spoke with george floyd's family again. a remarkable family of extraordinary courage. nothing can ever bring their brother, their father back. this can be a giant step forward in the march word justice in america. let's also be clear it it it it
too rare. for so many people it seems like it took a unique and extraordinary convergence of factors. a brave young woman with a smart phone camera, a crowd that was traumatized, traumatized witnesses. a murder that lasted almost 10 minutes in broad daylight for the whole world to officers standing up and testifying against a fellow officer instead of just closing ranks. should be commended. a recuperative the evidence, carried out their civic duty in the midst of an extraordinary moment under extraordinary pressure. for so many, it feels like it took all of that for the judicial system to deliver a basic accountability. we saw how traumatic and exhausting just watching the trial was for so
think about it. those listening, think about how traumatic it was for you. you didn't know any of the people. you weren't there. it was difficult. especially for the witnesses who had to relive that day. it is a traumaa traumaa traumaaa fear so many people of color live with every day when they go to sleep at night and pray for the safety of themselves and their loved ones. again, as we saw in this trial from the fellow police officers who testified, most men and women who wear the badge, serve their communities honorably. those few who failed to meet the standard must be held accountable. they were today. one was. no one should be above the law. today's verdict sends that message but it is not enough.
we can't stop here. in order to deliver real change and reform we can and we must do more to reduce the likelihood that tragedy like this will happen and occur again. to ensure the black and brown people or anyone so they don't fear the interactions of enforcement. that they don't have to wake up knowing that they can lose their very life in the course of living their life. they don't have to worry about whether their sons or daughters will come home after a grocery store run were just walking down the street or driving their car, playing in the park or just sleeping at home. this takes acknowledging and confronting, head-on, systemic racism and the racial disparities that exist in policing and and our criminal justice system more abruptly. state and local government, and law enforcement needs to step
up. so does the that is why i have appointed the leadership of the justice department i have. they are fully committed to restoring trust between law enforcement and the community they are sworn to serve and protect. i have complete confidence in the attorney general role. general garland leadership and commitment. i have also nominated two key justice department nominees who are qualified and highly respected lawyers who have spent their entire years fighting to advance a racial equity and justice.and justice.. they have a experience and the skills necessary to advance our administration's priorities to root out unconstitutional policing and reform our criminal justice system. they deserve to be confirmed. we also need congress to act.
george floyd was murdered almost one year ago.year ago.yeo there is meaningful police reform legislation in his name. you just heard the vice president speak of it. she helped write it. legislation to restore trust between law-enforcement and the people they are interested to serve and protect. it shouldn't take a whole year to get this done. my conversations with the floyd family, i spoke with with today. i assured them we are going to continue to fight for the passage of the george floyd policing act so i can sign into law as quickly as possible. there is more to do. finally, it is the work we do every day to change hearts and minds as well as laws and policies. that is the work we have to do. only then will full justice and full equality be delivered to
all americans. that is what i just discussed with the floyd family. the guilty verdict does not bring back back back through the family's pain they are finding purpose so george's legacy will not be just about his death but about what we must do in his memory. i also spoke with george's young daughter again.daughter an i have said this before at his funeral, i told her how brave i thought she was andwas andwas ad down and held her hand. i said daddy is looking down on you. he is so proud. she said to me then, i will never forget it, daddy change the world. i told her this afternoon daddy did change the world. let that be his legacy.
a legacy of peace not violence and justice. peaceful expression of that legacy are inevitable and appropriate with violent violen not. there are those who seek to exploit the raw emotions in the moments. agitators and extremists have no interest in sosososo they seek to carry out violence, destroy property, fan the flames of hate and division. they do everything in their power to stop this country's march toward racial justice. we can't let them succeed. this is a time for this country to come together. to unite as americans. there can never be any safe harbor for hate in america. i said it many times. the battle and soul of this nation has been a constant push and pull for more than 240 years. a tug-of-war between the
american ideal that we were all created equal and the harsh reality that racism is long torn us apart. at our best, the american ideal wins out. we can't believe this moment or look away thinking our work is done. we have to look at it -- we have to look as if we did for those at 9 minutes and 29 seconds. we have to listen. i can't breathe. i can't breathe. those were george floyd's last words. we can't let those words die with him. we have to keep hearing those words. we must not turn away. we can't turn away. we have a chance to begin to change the trajectory in this country. it is my hope and prayer that would live up to
may god bless you and may god bless george floyd and his family. thank you for being here. this can be a moment of significant change. thank you. president joe biden and the vice president commenting on the verdict in the george floyd case. let's get back to conversation. dr., i appreciate your patience and taking the time to hang with us here. it is uncommon to see the president and vice president as well as a jury verdict. what is your reaction to what you just heard? >> yes. i am left with the words enough
and not enough. our communities experiencing enough whether or not we are directly impacted but we have had enough. yet, this verdict is just the beginning. there is more to be done. one needs to happen. we will not rest until we see it through. one of the things that came out to me when i was listening to the vice president speak was the words in george floyd square that says where there is people there is power. what this verdict to me brings to mind is the power of people. people coming together across creed, across race, across gender and speaking up and standing for truth and justice. standing up for accountability and laying their lives on the line amid such turmoil and challenges that we have already been facing as a pandemic.
>> dr. thank you so much for your time and your patience. again, we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> our coverage of today's verdict will continue throughout the evening. you will get the latest on abc 7 news. more excellent content on ou welcome to the place where the aroma of authenticity turns into the scent of home. where cacique inspires you to add your own flair. and the warmth of friends and family is in every bite. cacique. your auténtico awaits.
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the european union unions drug regulatory found a possible link between the johnson & johnson vaccine and red blood clots. it is recommending a warning to be added to the label. the california test positivity rate has dropped. thhospitalizations anicu admissions did increase slightly from yesterday.from ye. we have team coverage on the vaccine supply issues. lose peña is going to take a look at the latest with johnson & johnson and their vaccine. we are looking at the highs and lows. let's start with stephanie sierra. supplies have been a a a a a a >> reporter: they sure have. vaccine supply is sending a new low in san francisco. compared to early april the citys acing for a 38% drop in doses this week. the peif althat it will all turn around in a
weeks. >> i believe looking out the national projections and also in california we are going to see this for the next few weeks. >> in the last two weeks the city and county of san francisco received 10,000 doses per week. the city's largest dip in supply since the beginning of april. >> san francisco reported
second the number of doses administered over the past two weeks. that is compared to the rest of the bay area. solano county is first reporting around a 29% drop in doses administered. >> they are prisoners of the supply. they can only only only only on get to administer. >> san francisco isn't receiving as much supply from blue shield due to the high percentage of people already vaccinated. the san francisco department of public health along with the city and county are working directly with the federal government to receive additional doses. that is so sites can reach capacity. >> a couple of saturdays we did some of the megaphones. we want to get to that >>
business in east san jose to provide vaccine education. >> this is the community getting leased vaccinated. has the highest number of cases of covid. >> nearly 1/3 of county residents have been fully vaccinted pick that number will go up in the weeks to come as more people take advantage of thousands of new appointments recently made available. to spread the word officials are also visiting local neighborhoods during the afternoon and evening when more people are likely to be home. >> get the word out there directly. it creates a lot of access for people. it breaks down those barriers. >> the ongoing push comes as hesitancy threatens to derail progress throughout the county.. d maservices. rv thede of thed ed by t aty will be focused on convincing those with co--- covid-19 to get vaccinated. >> we don't know hknow hknow hkh body is protected with antibodies having tested positive in the past. >> on-site vaccination efforts will continue for homeless
community members are for those who are unable to leave home. >> it is very rewarding. >> the goal of reaching herd immunity within the realm of the possibility. let's turn to luz pena . looking into the issue of >> over 7 million people have been vaccinated with the johnson & johnson vaccine in the u.s. so far. they hope to reduce vaccine hesitancy moving forward. >> it is the possible link that medical doctors say could help understand what happened to the -- they point to an immune response. >> of the current hypothesis is
it is a may it may be an autoimmune response that causes the platelets to clump together. >> dr. grant dr. grant dr. investigator of the johnson & johnson trials out of stanford. he believes these findings show how a rare blood clots can occur even without the vaccine. >> it happens one out of 100,000 people per year. it is more often in women than in men. >> the european agency took into account the data from the u.s. cases. ucsf says those cases could lead to an explanation but they need to be ininininin >> it is causing platelets to be removed from the body. it is also causing platelets to become activated potentially. that is what causes the clotting. >> you lead an effort to vaccinate the black community in san francisco with the
johnson & johnson vaccine. and 3-4 weeks over 500 people were vaccinated with the shot and no reports of blood clots have been flagged. >> we have not heard of any clotting complications with any of the patients that have been in our vaccine clinic. >> dr. grant says there is still a slight risk during the first two weeks of the vaccination. this is the benefits outweigh the risks. >> do you feel comfortable lifting the pause on the j&j vaccine today? >> absolutely! the real question, as i said was that >> there is still much more work to do to understand exactly what it is that is leading to the rare blood clots. dr. grant says the fda could put a warning to let people know of the possibility and let the public decide. according to dr. fauci, this pause could be lifted we are following all of the latest covid-19 updates. go to abc7news.com/vaccine. if you are looking for help
find appointment openings or if you have questions. you can also submit questions to the vaccine team there. turning our attention to the weather. it certainly feels a cooler. >> windier and cooler, for sure. let's take a look at current wind speeds. it is very windy across the entire region. at gusts to 24 miles it is windy all around the bay area. for the second consecutive day we have a significant 24-hour temperature tumble. it is 9 degrees colder in novato than at this time yesterday. 40 degrees: san francisco and 12 degrees colder in concorde. here is the view from our rooftop camera looking at mainly blue skies.blue skies.bl. >> we see some clouds
up along the coastline and offshore. temperature readings in the low 70s at santa rosa and fairfield. only mid 60s at novato, napa and concorde and 60 degrees at livermore. he was a grew look -- here is view down below. the sky above is mainly blue. these are the forecast features. we'll see low cloud log and maybe some patchy drivel drizzle overnight. it could happen overnight. sunny or milder for the next two days and rain returns this weekend. overnight with a mix of low clouds and fog we'll see low temperatures mainly in the mid to upper 40s. to rogers dropping only to about 50 at oakland and antioch. ready mild in those locations. tomorrow look for mainly sunny skies in the afternoon but some low clouds will linger at the coast. it will be breezy again tomorrow but perhaps not quite so windy yesterday. look for highs tomorrow at 56. 60 in san francisco. 66 down tofremt gh 70.
degrees. we will skip ahead to the forecast animation beginning at noon saturday. at that point clouds will be thickening and rain will be on the rate on the way. is likely to arrive early sunday morning and continue on sunday. much-needed rain fall. until monday we expect showers and periods of rain to linger. we have some wet weather. not enough to erase the rainfall deficit but it certainly help a little bit. here is the 7-day forecast. mild weather for the next two days. temperatures drop off to average levels. then, there will be a cooldown to about 70. the warmest in the and locations. on the two rainy days only mid 60s and then sunday and monday. low 60s around the bay shoreline. on tuesday we get some partial clearing, if you lingering clouds and it starts to get a little bit milder. >> spencer, thank you
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about this time onononon usually smoke would be rising from hippie hill in golden gate park as people celebrate 420. this year is not the video you are seeing. that is from previous for 20 celebrations. the pandemic has snuffed out the annual cannabis holiday and the city put up fencing to keep people out. marchand lynch commemorated for 20 by serving as a bartender at a san
dispensary.'s fair he fair he fr beast mode. he helped customes and signed a few autographs as they debuted the new canncanncanncann the have carded a passion project for marchand lynch.'s website describes business as a bridge uniting your love for quality cannabis, sports, and cultural. is products will be sold at some two dozen bay area retailers. a new california marijuana company launched a goal to help communities with color disproportionately impacted by the war on drugs. on drugs. have more on this effort that is a part of building a better bay area.
on the homepage of cannabis business substances this quote. there was nothing that contributed more to mass incarceration in the war on drugs. it may seem like a paradox given the product but the founders says that is exactly the point. >> how could anyone be in this industry and not be thinking about the history and how we got here? >> meru created substance. it is to donate $8.46 from every pack she sells to help and mass incarceration.mass inc. >> we think it is really important that if we think about the marijuana industry we also think about the many people -- the thousands and thousands of people and communities that have been harmed by the prosecution, arrest, and carson incarceration for the sale and use of marijuana. >> why eight dollars and 40 what -- why $8.46? >> that is a very specific number. >> it is a very specific
number. it represents the last 8 minutes and 46 seconds of george floyd's life. >> this isthis isthis isthis iss represents racial injustice in the country. it is a historic number everyone should remember. >> on this for 20, a day that also brought a guilty verdict in the derek chauvin trial, she hopes more people would think about cannabis use. >> i wish everyone would use a part of this day to learn about the history of the plant and how we got here. up
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cool and windy. >> thank you. >> no, i was talking about you. >> it is cold and windy. >> the cool part is spencer. that is what i meant. >> let me be the referee here. let's separate the kids. he was a happening with the weather. we will see an increase in low clouds and fog. maybe even some patchy drizzle. overnight lows will be mainly in the mid to upper 40s. tomorrow look for a breezy day. it will be milder tomorrow especially away from the coast. and then areas will warm up to
near 80 degrees. lucy mid to upper 60s. only mid 50s along the coast. here is the accuweather 7-day forecast. thursday will be much like tomorrow. over the weekend sharpley: and increasing clouds. we expect rain on sunday and monday. not enough to really put a dent in the deficit but enough to help a little bit but enough to put a dent in it. >> back to you, larry. will take every drop of rain we can get. if you ever thought it would be pleasant tone a pheasant, now is the chance. the peninsula humane society is looking for a home for this adult male golden pheasant. what a beak on him. it is the first when they have ever had. i woman in san mateo discovered the bird injured and unable to fly. it was in her front yard last week. if you are interestedare intered the peninsula humane society. the countdown is on to the oscars. years after the oscars controversy, there is a record number of diverse nominees. a look at how the oscars have
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coming up tonight it's blacheish then mixish followed by big sky. we're counting down to oscar sunday and this year is a record year for nominees of color. it comes half a dozen years after the # oscar so white. highlighting the lack of diversity within the academy. retake a look at how things have changed. >> spike lee presented oscar's top prize to a director from korea. for two consecutive years all of the acting nominees were white and that prompted change. >> the academy
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