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    heard to say Hit him again Hit him again and there is another loud cracking sound As the video ends officers appear to be checking his condition and one officer is heard to say code red An ambulance team arrived a few minutes later but their efforts to revive Dziekanski were unsuccessful and he was declared dead Pritchard gave police his footage on a promise that they would return it within 48 hours However the next day they told him they would not be returning the recording as promised He then hired a lawyer to recover the film which police eventually returned to him on Wednesday Pritchard claims he was provoked into action because he feared a coverup by police RCMP s Cpl Dale Carr said police kept the video longer than they anticipated in order to protect the integrity of the police investigation while they interviewed witnesses Carr told a press conference on Wednesday It s just one piece of evidence one person s view There are many people that we have spoken to What I urge is that those watching the video take note of that Put what they ve seen aside for the time being And wait to hear the totality of the evidence at the time of the inquest Among the controversial points raised by the video are that police have said repeatedly that there were only three RCMP officers involved in the incident but the video shows four men in RCMP uniforms and that RCMP have said officers did not use pepper spray because of the large number of people at the airport at the time However as CBC News notes The video shows Dziekanski standing alone with the four officers in an otherwise empty area which is separated from the public area by a

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    to say Hit him again Hit him again and there is another loud cracking sound As the video ends officers appear to be checking his condition and one officer is heard to say code red An ambulance team arrived a few minutes later but their efforts to revive Dziekanski were unsuccessful and he was declared dead Pritchard gave police his footage on a promise that they would return it within 48 hours However the next day they told him they would not be returning the recording as promised He then hired a lawyer to recover the film which police eventually returned to him on Wednesday Pritchard claims he was provoked into action because he feared a coverup by police RCMP s Cpl Dale Carr said police kept the video longer than they anticipated in order to protect the integrity of the police investigation while they interviewed witnesses Carr told a press conference on Wednesday It s just one piece of evidence one person s view There are many people that we have spoken to What I urge is that those watching the video take note of that Put what they ve seen aside for the time being And wait to hear the totality of the evidence at the time of the inquest Among the controversial points raised by the video are that police have said repeatedly that there were only three RCMP officers involved in the incident but the video shows four men in RCMP uniforms and that RCMP have said officers did not use pepper spray because of the large number of people at the airport at the time However as CBC News notes The video shows Dziekanski standing alone with the four officers in an otherwise empty area which is separated from the public area by a thick

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    several students including Matthew Howland 20 Howland a UF senior who said he didn t know Meyer said he was appalled by the way UPD officers handled the situation Howland acknowledged that Meyer had acted inappropriately by rushing the microphone and forcing a question on Kerry It s a perfect example of when officers take something to a level that is not necessary he said The officers escalated that situation Throughout the incident Kerry urged the audience to cool down and acknowledged that Meyer had raised an important question As officers escorted Meyer from the auditorium into the lobby Kerry went on to explain that he did not think there was sufficient evidence of voter suppression to justify contesting the 2004 election We just couldn t do it in good conscience because we didn t have that evidence he said Video doesn t have an embed link or URL yet Add it when you find one Check out the comments following the article Copyright 2006 The Ocala Star Banner Student Tasered after asking Kerry questions BY DIANA MOSKOVITZ dmoskovitz MiamiHerald com Andrew Meyer struggles with University Police after having his question to John Kerry cut off in the University Auditorium at the University of Florida Meyer was later tasered by police Andrew Meyer struggles with University Police after having his question to John Kerry cut off in the University Auditorium at the University of Florida Meyer was later tasered by police Student Tasered after asking Kerry questions GAINESVILLE A University of Florida student from Weston was stunned with a Taser and taken to jail on Monday after police say he disrupted an event with U S Sen John Kerry and refused to leave The incident was caught on video which has since been distributed on the Internet Andrew Meyer 21 was in the Alachua County Jail Monday night according to jail records He faces two charges resisting an officer with violence and disrupting a school assembly He s scheduled to appear in court at 9 a m today Within hours of the arrest articles about it and video of the entire incident were posted on Meyer s website www theandrewmeyer com The website includes writings by Meyer including one piece against the war in Iraq The news came as a shock to Meyer s grandmother Lucy Meyer of Pembroke Pines who described her grandson as a hardworking journalism major with no prior run ins with the law Meyer attended Cypress Bay High School in Weston his grandmother said where he worked at the school newspaper and was a member of the National Honor Society He is in his senior year at UF she said I m just really still sort of numb hearing that my grandson is in jail Lucy Meyer said She added He gets very very overcome with passion for whatever he is feeling Maybe the passion took over At about 1 p m Kerry was nearing the end of a forum at University Auditorium a large facility

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    students including Matthew Howland 20 Howland a UF senior who said he didn t know Meyer said he was appalled by the way UPD officers handled the situation Howland acknowledged that Meyer had acted inappropriately by rushing the microphone and forcing a question on Kerry It s a perfect example of when officers take something to a level that is not necessary he said The officers escalated that situation Throughout the incident Kerry urged the audience to cool down and acknowledged that Meyer had raised an important question As officers escorted Meyer from the auditorium into the lobby Kerry went on to explain that he did not think there was sufficient evidence of voter suppression to justify contesting the 2004 election We just couldn t do it in good conscience because we didn t have that evidence he said Video doesn t have an embed link or URL yet Add it when you find one Check out the comments following the article Copyright 2006 The Ocala Star Banner Student Tasered after asking Kerry questions BY DIANA MOSKOVITZ dmoskovitz MiamiHerald com Andrew Meyer struggles with University Police after having his question to John Kerry cut off in the University Auditorium at the University of Florida Meyer was later tasered by police Andrew Meyer struggles with University Police after having his question to John Kerry cut off in the University Auditorium at the University of Florida Meyer was later tasered by police Student Tasered after asking Kerry questions GAINESVILLE A University of Florida student from Weston was stunned with a Taser and taken to jail on Monday after police say he disrupted an event with U S Sen John Kerry and refused to leave The incident was caught on video which has since been distributed on the Internet Andrew Meyer 21 was in the Alachua County Jail Monday night according to jail records He faces two charges resisting an officer with violence and disrupting a school assembly He s scheduled to appear in court at 9 a m today Within hours of the arrest articles about it and video of the entire incident were posted on Meyer s website www theandrewmeyer com The website includes writings by Meyer including one piece against the war in Iraq The news came as a shock to Meyer s grandmother Lucy Meyer of Pembroke Pines who described her grandson as a hardworking journalism major with no prior run ins with the law Meyer attended Cypress Bay High School in Weston his grandmother said where he worked at the school newspaper and was a member of the National Honor Society He is in his senior year at UF she said I m just really still sort of numb hearing that my grandson is in jail Lucy Meyer said She added He gets very very overcome with passion for whatever he is feeling Maybe the passion took over At about 1 p m Kerry was nearing the end of a forum at University Auditorium a large facility beside

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    to stop it maybe if your administration had ever bothered to set any rules or any guidelines And then when your people realized that even that was too dangerous Daniel Levin was branded too independent and someone who could not be counted on In other words Mr Bush somebody you couldn t count on to lie for you So Levin was fired Because if it ever got out what he d concluded and the lengths to which he went to validate that conclusion anybody who had sanctioned waterboarding and who knows what else on anybody you yourself you would have been screwed And screwed you are It can t be coincidence that the story of Daniel Levin should emerge from the black hole of this secret society of a presidency just at the conclusion of the unhappy saga of the newest attorney general nominee Another patriot somewhere listened as Judge Mukasey mumbled like he d never heard of waterboarding and refused to answer in words that which Daniel Levin answered on a waterboard somewhere in Maryland or Virginia three years ago And this someone also heard George Bush say The United States of America does not torture and realized either he was lying or this wasn t the United States of America anymore and either way he needed to do something about it Not in the way Levin needed to do something about it but in a brave way nonetheless We have U S senators who need to do something about it too Chairman Leahy of the Judiciary Committee has seen this for what it is and said enough Sen Schumer has seen it reportedly as some kind of puzzle piece in the New York political patronage system and he has failed What Sen Feinstein has seen to justify joining Schumer in rubber stamping Mukasey I cannot guess It is obvious that both those senators should look to the meaning of the story of Daniel Levin and recant their support for Mukasey s confirmation And they should look into their own committee s history and recall that in 1973 their predecessors were able to wring even from Richard Nixon a guarantee of a special prosecutor ultimately a special prosecutor of Richard Nixon in exchange for their approval of his new attorney general Elliott Richardson If they could get that out of Nixon before you confirm the president s latest human echo on Tuesday you had better be able to get a yes or a no out of Michael Mukasey Ideally you should lock this government down financially until a special prosecutor is appointed or 50 of them but I m not holding my breath The yes or the no on waterboarding will have to suffice Because remember if you can t get it or you won t with the time between tonight and the next presidential election likely to be the longest year of our lives you are leaving this country and all of us to the waterboards symbolic and

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    to stop it maybe if your administration had ever bothered to set any rules or any guidelines And then when your people realized that even that was too dangerous Daniel Levin was branded too independent and someone who could not be counted on In other words Mr Bush somebody you couldn t count on to lie for you So Levin was fired Because if it ever got out what he d concluded and the lengths to which he went to validate that conclusion anybody who had sanctioned waterboarding and who knows what else on anybody you yourself you would have been screwed And screwed you are It can t be coincidence that the story of Daniel Levin should emerge from the black hole of this secret society of a presidency just at the conclusion of the unhappy saga of the newest attorney general nominee Another patriot somewhere listened as Judge Mukasey mumbled like he d never heard of waterboarding and refused to answer in words that which Daniel Levin answered on a waterboard somewhere in Maryland or Virginia three years ago And this someone also heard George Bush say The United States of America does not torture and realized either he was lying or this wasn t the United States of America anymore and either way he needed to do something about it Not in the way Levin needed to do something about it but in a brave way nonetheless We have U S senators who need to do something about it too Chairman Leahy of the Judiciary Committee has seen this for what it is and said enough Sen Schumer has seen it reportedly as some kind of puzzle piece in the New York political patronage system and he has failed What Sen Feinstein has seen to justify joining Schumer in rubber stamping Mukasey I cannot guess It is obvious that both those senators should look to the meaning of the story of Daniel Levin and recant their support for Mukasey s confirmation And they should look into their own committee s history and recall that in 1973 their predecessors were able to wring even from Richard Nixon a guarantee of a special prosecutor ultimately a special prosecutor of Richard Nixon in exchange for their approval of his new attorney general Elliott Richardson If they could get that out of Nixon before you confirm the president s latest human echo on Tuesday you had better be able to get a yes or a no out of Michael Mukasey Ideally you should lock this government down financially until a special prosecutor is appointed or 50 of them but I m not holding my breath The yes or the no on waterboarding will have to suffice Because remember if you can t get it or you won t with the time between tonight and the next presidential election likely to be the longest year of our lives you are leaving this country and all of us to the waterboards symbolic and

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    a layered system of borders Sure a North American outer border would be fine but then even tougher borders U S Mexican border and the U S Canadian border tougher as the administration is now belatedly saying the last few weeks that it plans on doing One of the problems is this process has been dominated by corporate special interests and not by the national security interests by border security interests of the United States And I believe that overall that proposals in SPP would actually weaken border security Let s look at immigration labor mobility SPP document states temporary work entry quote The three countries have forwarded a trilateral document setting out each country s domestic procedures to modify NAFTA s temporary appendix of professionals providing a mechanism for more North American professionals to be given temporary entry Secretary of Commerce Gutierrez said quote Work must continue to formalize a transnational labor force that could work in any North American country Well all of this immigration policy which is not a technical issue as we have heard This is absolutely not a technical issue It s decided in our constitutional system not by the secretary of commerce in consultation with the Chamber of Commerce and foreign governments by the Congress of the United States of America And as we have witnessed recently in the United States Senate a bipartisan majority 37 Republicans 15 Democrats or so have very different ideas from the Bush administration and from business about what immigration and security policy should and should not consist of Now Ambassador Jones is right that Congress does listen to the American people He is also right to suggest that interior enforcement is crucial However SPP moves in the opposite direction Let me pick a bone with Ambassador Jones listening to his previous discussion here labor and mobility Labor and mobility is a euphemism That is immigration policy What are we talking about The labor mobility the suggestion in SPP and the others is to continue massive low skilled immigration to the United States Mexico and South Central America The Heritage Foundation has suggested over the long term the folks the low skilled people would cost about 20 000 a year in terms of what they would require in benefits and what they would pay in taxes So it would be a cost to the taxpayer So in any case that is an immigration debate What we have often in SPP in North American discussion is an end run around an immigration debate Now there is intellectual framework and Mr Pastor will be talking about this I m sure for a North American vision I want to look briefly at the Council on Foreign Relations report No it s not technically part of SPP but it s certainly part of the intellectual framework part of the vision And a lot of the same people are involved There is two permanent things here that I want to talk about One is

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    a layered system of borders Sure a North American outer border would be fine but then even tougher borders U S Mexican border and the U S Canadian border tougher as the administration is now belatedly saying the last few weeks that it plans on doing One of the problems is this process has been dominated by corporate special interests and not by the national security interests by border security interests of the United States And I believe that overall that proposals in SPP would actually weaken border security Let s look at immigration labor mobility SPP document states temporary work entry quote The three countries have forwarded a trilateral document setting out each country s domestic procedures to modify NAFTA s temporary appendix of professionals providing a mechanism for more North American professionals to be given temporary entry Secretary of Commerce Gutierrez said quote Work must continue to formalize a transnational labor force that could work in any North American country Well all of this immigration policy which is not a technical issue as we have heard This is absolutely not a technical issue It s decided in our constitutional system not by the secretary of commerce in consultation with the Chamber of Commerce and foreign governments by the Congress of the United States of America And as we have witnessed recently in the United States Senate a bipartisan majority 37 Republicans 15 Democrats or so have very different ideas from the Bush administration and from business about what immigration and security policy should and should not consist of Now Ambassador Jones is right that Congress does listen to the American people He is also right to suggest that interior enforcement is crucial However SPP moves in the opposite direction Let me pick a bone with Ambassador Jones listening to his previous discussion here labor and mobility Labor and mobility is a euphemism That is immigration policy What are we talking about The labor mobility the suggestion in SPP and the others is to continue massive low skilled immigration to the United States Mexico and South Central America The Heritage Foundation has suggested over the long term the folks the low skilled people would cost about 20 000 a year in terms of what they would require in benefits and what they would pay in taxes So it would be a cost to the taxpayer So in any case that is an immigration debate What we have often in SPP in North American discussion is an end run around an immigration debate Now there is intellectual framework and Mr Pastor will be talking about this I m sure for a North American vision I want to look briefly at the Council on Foreign Relations report No it s not technically part of SPP but it s certainly part of the intellectual framework part of the vision And a lot of the same people are involved There is two permanent things here that I want to talk about One is

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