The Rundown: Top headlines today: April 19, 2021

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: April 19, 2021
The prosecution's closing message to the jury it was clear him to leave your own eyes when you saw in the video George Floyd's final moments as a murder plain and simple. That's exactly what you believe it's exactly what you sign your eyes exactly what you knew. This was yeah. This is. Prosecution's closing argument lasting about an hour and 45 minutes. The defense spending nearly three hours of children or removing his masks of the jury could see his face as his attorney argued he acted as a reasonable police officer went back to. You have to take into account officers are human being. Came home from the from the states. Released from situations prosecutor Jerry Blackwell ring calling the testimony of the nine year old girl who took the witness stand. Practice on some home. That's how can understand that in fact the child did understand when the nine year old girl we'll say. Get all of them that's awesome what was to get off yeah. Former law enforcement officer Stephen Nicholas Roger and was arrested this morning after a one hour manhunt in Austin tags and authorities say Broderick Dwan Edwards. This place teenage daughter and her boyfriend. Instead he's tracked him down after receiving June 911 calls from the news announcement that he's still in his waist band and was taken into custody without further incident and Roger has worked with the Travis county police department up until last June and when he was arrested for sexually assaulting sunshine. You sensed that this is a moment but the country needs to pay attention to do domestic terrorism why ooh yes. Do. Cats then got reported just last month. The violent domestic. Extremists are even high level throughout the country and I. Feels more urgent now and in recent memory can do you agree with the assessment. Does kill or do you believe there is still pockets of racism and bias within the law enforcement. How widespread it communicated. Racism is an American. Problems. Please tell me if another side. Has been and remains discrimination against African Americans and other top communities of color and other ethnic minorities. Consumer products safety commission issuing an urgent warning about the palace on Trent Lott. Hi I'm not fine. Urging users with small children and their home to stop using the product immediately saying they can become entrapped in the hand and pulled him under the rear roller on the treadmill and CPSC sharing his disturbing video of the couple's little boy playing with a ball near the trend lost me when suddenly he gets done and then pulled him under the treadmill and eventually managing your bravery of being new perhaps 39 incidents. And other objects is a passport or most rewarding children being suddenness of ice pellets on fighting back. Calling the warning an accurate and misleading the CEO and co-founder John Foley telling members he has no intention to recall nor stop selling the 4300 dollar treadmill Lucy PSC says the accident they are seeing with the Red Cross our top a lot of injuries haven't treadmills. But not like this inside and underneath it treadmill. For the first. Condit more than sixty years Cuba is no longer ruled by a member of the Castro family yeah. Today sixty year old Miguel Diaz canal was officially means she's of Cuba's Communist Party and even Ronald Castro who stepped down as Cuba's leader and that's writings and he has canal is no stranger to Cuban politics he was appointed president. We eighteen. Entering her he's been credited for accelerating something economic reforms like a lot more small business. Moreover the challenges remain for the Caribbean island and its new leader of the pandemic and US sanctions under the trump the administration has devastated the Cuban economy. Now the worst it spends since the 1990.

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