Andrew Scott

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Andrew Scott said : "All her previous convictions are related to her entrenched addiction to drugs," External link

themirror Wednesday, December 16, 2020 10:23:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “I want to hear directly from BIPOC families and not from white people on behalf of BIPOC families,” “The majority of the equity conversation right now is coming from white families in Portland that are directly impacted” External link

oregonlive Thursday, December 3, 2020 6:06:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott disse : "A expectativa de vida saudável é uma medida melhor do sucesso de um país do que o Produto Interno Bruto" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Saturday, October 31, 2020 12:26:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said ( about Kent County Council ) : “We are currently below the regional and national average for rates of cases, which means Kent and Medway are deemed as medium risk and within tier 1 restrictions,” External link

thanetgazette Sunday, October 25, 2020 8:24:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "Both of the pieces we've done were created out of nothing for this format," External link

CBSnews Wednesday, October 14, 2020 4:40:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "We are encouraged by recent announcements from CMS, the State of Indiana , and other organizations that recognize the risks associated with prolonging Resident care," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:23:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "We are encouraged by recent announcements from CMS, the State of Indiana , and other organizations that recognize the risks associated with prolonging Resident care," External link

prnewswire Wednesday, September 23, 2020 12:50:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Our driver was able to not just capture but also instantly share footage of the perpetrator and their number plate. This ensured the police could swiftly secure several arrests and a successful conviction” External link

professionalsecurity Wednesday, August 19, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "Sometimes having casual sex with people is what you need to do. It's really important. " External link

themirror Thursday, July 30, 2020 11:16:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said ( about Phoebe Waller-Bridge ) : “The relationship is all about companionship, friendship, and loyalty and that’s what I feel about Phoebe in my real life so it’s wonderful that this is happening,” External link

Hindu Friday, July 24, 2020 1:45:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Last night’s announcement will have a huge effect on increasing revenue. […] It is very good to see things moving in the right direction, especially after the recent period of frustration we’ve had. Many people felt we were long overdue for the quarantine measures to be lifted,” External link

macaudailytimes Wednesday, July 15, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Yes, this is a step towards [the] normalization of the city. Just a step, but a very important one,” External link

macaudailytimes Wednesday, July 15, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Even if there is no disease and no travel restrictions, we still have a vastly weakened economy. This will lead to a reduction in Macau GGR. It may take several years for us to return to 2019 levels,” External link

macaudailytimes Wednesday, July 15, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott stated : "The faster we can make quality connections between engaged online shoppers and our retail partners, the better chance we have of meeting the customer's expectations," External link

finanznachrichten-en Tuesday, July 7, 2020 11:19:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Agency policy is a living document and should be reviewed on a regular ongoing basis,” External link

wptv Friday, June 12, 2020 5:21:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott told : “Given the most minute possibility that an officer may have to use a neck restraint to save his or her life, and flat out restricting it, may put an officer's life in jeopardy,” External link

wptv Friday, June 12, 2020 5:21:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

nbcnewyork Thursday, June 11, 2020 1:38:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

news-yahoo-in Monday, June 8, 2020 8:21:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "In law enforcement, if you're considered an individual who can't be trusted, you're not going to have the timely back-up from other officers," "That's a legitimate fear factor" External link

9news Monday, June 8, 2020 4:55:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely backup from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

TorontoStar Sunday, June 7, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "In law enforcement, if you're considered an individual who can't be trusted, you're not going to have the timely back-up from other officers," "That's a legitimate fear factor" External link

nzherald Sunday, June 7, 2020 10:16:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

news-yahoo-in Sunday, June 7, 2020 9:12:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "In law enforcement, if you're considered an individual who can't be trusted, you're not going to have the timely back-up from other officers," "That's a legitimate fear factor" External link

abc7ny Sunday, June 7, 2020 7:54:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

bangordailynews Sunday, June 7, 2020 6:49:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

wkbn Sunday, June 7, 2020 6:05:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

boston Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

msn-uk Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:35:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "In law enforcement, if you're considered an individual who can't be trusted, you're not going to have the timely back-up from other officers," "That's a legitimate fear factor" External link

startribune Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:19:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

therepublic Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:15:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

timesdaily Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:14:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said ( about Phoebe Waller-Bridge ) : "This extraordinary speech that Phoebe wrote and performed, this and is now quite a famous confessional scene. Its wonderful as its a scene that contains two people, but you only see one of them, but I think the priest's presence is really felt, which I think it's why that word 'kneel is so transgressional and everything, that it has ignited people's imagination so much" External link

RTERadio Thursday, June 4, 2020 6:57:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott told : "That scene is extraordinary, isn't it?" External link

bbc Wednesday, June 3, 2020 8:03:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott told : "That scene is extraordinary, isn't it?" External link

bbc Wednesday, June 3, 2020 3:59:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "I have never seen an agency in writing promote that type of force in such a critical area that is so susceptible to damage or death," External link

usaToday Friday, May 29, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "Law enforcement has realized over the years that any type of force could potentially kill somebody — even too much pepper spray," External link

usaToday Friday, May 29, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

abc-au Friday, May 29, 2020 3:43:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” External link

wxii12 Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:59:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

firstpost Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:40:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” External link

wlwt Thursday, May 28, 2020 5:40:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

qt Thursday, May 28, 2020 5:26:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” External link

wmur Thursday, May 28, 2020 5:16:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” External link

wyff4 Thursday, May 28, 2020 4:52:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," External link

Stuff Thursday, May 28, 2020 12:24:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

abc7ny Wednesday, May 27, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

timescolonist Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:09:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. In a post on his Facebook page, Frey apologized Tuesday to the black community for the officer's treatment of the man, who was later identified as 46-year-old George Floyd, who worked security at a restaurant. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. The video starts with the man on the ground, and does not show what happened in the moments prior. The unidentified officer is kneeling on his neck, ignoring his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” said Floyd, who has his face against the pavement. Floyd also moans. One of the officers tells him to “relax”. The man calls for his mother and says: “My stomach hurts, my neck hurts, everything hurts ... I can't breathe”. As bystanders shout their concern, one officer says, “He's talking, so he's breathing”. But Floyd stops talking and slowly becomes motionless under the officer's restraint. The officer does not remove his knee until the man is loaded onto a gurney by paramedics. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders become increasingly agitated. One man yells repeatedly. “He’s not responsive right now!” Two witnesses, including one woman who said she was a Minneapolis firefighter, yell at the officers to check the man’s pulse. “Check his pulse right now and tell me what it is!” she said. At one point, an officer says: “Don't do drugs, guys”. And one man yells, “Don't do drugs, bro? What is that? What do you think this is?” The Hennepin County medical examiner identified Floyd but said the cause of death was pending. Floyd had worked security for five years at a restaurant called Conga Latin Bistro and rented a home from the restaurant owner, Jovanni Thunstrom. He was “a good friend, person and a good tenant,” the restaurateur told the Star Tribune. “He was family. His co-workers and friends loved him”. Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney, said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. He called firing the officers “a good first step on the road to justice” for Floyd but said the city must “fix the policies and training deficiencies that permitted this unlawful killing to occur”. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Police did not identify the officers, but attorney Tom Kelly confirmed he is representing Derek Chauvin, the officer seen with his knee on Floyd's neck. Kelly declined to comment further. Police did not immediately respond to a request for Chauvin's service record. News accounts show he was one of six officers who fired their weapons in the 2006 death of Wayne Reyes, whom police said pointed a sawed-off shotgun at officers after stabbing two people. Chauvin also shot and wounded a man in 2008 in a struggle after Chauvin and his partner responded to a reported domestic assault. Protesters filled the intersection Tuesday evening in the street where Floyd died, chanting and carrying banners that read, “I can’t breathe” and “Jail killer KKKops”. They eventually marched about 2 1/2 miles to a city police precinct, with some protesters damaging windows, a squad car and spraying graffiti on the building. A line of police in riot gear eventually confronted the protesters, firing tear gas and projectiles. Some protesters kicked canisters back toward police. Some protesters stacked shopping carts to make a barricade at a Target store across the street from the station, and though steady rain diminished the crowd, tense skirmishes stretched late into the evening. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. The New York Police Department ultimately fired the officer who restrained Garner, but it was five years later, after a federal investigation, a city prosecutor’s investigation and an internal misconduct trial. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. Before the officers were fired, the police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

beaumontenterprise Wednesday, May 27, 2020 8:33:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

timescolonist Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:24:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

accesswdun Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:07:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

usaToday Wednesday, May 27, 2020 4:13:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

CBC Wednesday, May 27, 2020 3:51:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

abc7ny Wednesday, May 27, 2020 3:49:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

wkyt Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:41:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

ctvnews Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:05:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

arkansasonline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:58:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

cknw Wednesday, May 27, 2020 11:30:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

egyptindependent Wednesday, May 27, 2020 11:15:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," External link

Stuff Wednesday, May 27, 2020 8:54:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

jamaicaobserver Wednesday, May 27, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

startribune Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:00:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

beaumontenterprise Wednesday, May 27, 2020 6:54:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

asianage Wednesday, May 27, 2020 6:24:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

wishtv Wednesday, May 27, 2020 6:11:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man’s death Monday night was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page for the officer’s conduct, which included keeping his knee on the man after he stopped moving. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The video of the incident starts with the shirtless man on the ground, and does not show what happened in the moments prior. The unidentified officer is kneeling on his neck, ignoring his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” said the man, who has his face against the pavement. The man also moans. One of the officers tells the man to “relax”. At one point the man calls for his mother and says: “My stomach hurts, my neck hurts, everything hurts ... I can’t breathe”. As bystanders shout their concern, one officer says, “He’s talking, so he’s breathing”. But the man stops talking — and slowly becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer does not remove his knee until the man is loaded onto a gurney by paramedics. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated. One man yelled repeatedly. “He’s not responsive right now!” Two witnesses, including one woman who said she was a Minneapolis firefighter, yelled at the officers to check the man’s pulse. “Check his pulse right now and tell me what it is!” she said. At one point, one officer says: “Don’t do drugs, guys”. And one man yells: “Don’t do drugs, bro? What is that? What do you think this is?” The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd’s death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. The New York Police Department ultimately fired the officer who restrained Garner, but it was five years later, after a federal investigation, a city prosecutor’s investigation and an internal misconduct trial. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. Before the officers were fired, the police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

al Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:19:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

cknw Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:09:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

boston Wednesday, May 27, 2020 4:10:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

abc-au Wednesday, May 27, 2020 3:24:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

theglobeandmail Wednesday, May 27, 2020 2:19:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

krqe Wednesday, May 27, 2020 2:12:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

timesofisrael Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:42:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man, who is handcuffed, is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. The man slowly becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. Even after he stops moving, the officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they needed to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. The New York Police Department ultimately fired the officer who restrained Gardner, but it was five years later, after a federal investigation, a city prosecutor’s investigation and an internal misconduct trial. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

japantoday Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:10:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:53:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:52:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

smh Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:51:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

wwlp Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:50:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

fox59 Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:31:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

theage Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:15:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner , an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey apologized to the black community Tuesday in “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. Minutes pass, and the man becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they need to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The man who died was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

click2houston Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:02:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

thegrio Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:57:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

krqe Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:54:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

antiguaobserver Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:44:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man, who is handcuffed, is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. Minutes pass, and the man becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they need to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," External link

wkyt Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:41:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," External link

Stuff Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:35:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man, who is handcuffed, is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. Minutes pass, and the man becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they need to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

wral Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:32:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

nzherald Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:30:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

arkansasonline Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:24:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man, who is handcuffed, is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. Minutes pass, and the man becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they need to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

ABCnews Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:22:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

wishtv Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:20:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

krqe Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:07:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

telegram Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:00:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

HonululuAdvertiser Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:43:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training,” "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him. I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

enterprisenews Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:23:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training,” "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him. I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

gainesville Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:04:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training,” "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him. I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

telegram Tuesday, May 26, 2020 9:42:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training,” "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him. I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

ABCnews Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:32:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “The ‘working longer agenda’ has become more urgent, but also more difficult,” External link

forbes Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:38:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “We used to have five or more and now we’re down to one or three,” External link

barrie Tuesday, May 5, 2020 11:25:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : ''He accepts full responsibility for the injuries caused to Mr Ross. He acknowledges and recognises the detrimental effect and life-changing effect of his actions and the effect they have had on Mr Ross more importantly on his quality of life. '' External link

themirror Friday, March 6, 2020 9:48:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott disse : "Na verdade deveria ser um último recurso... muito disso, acho, são as pessoas tentando até certo ponto salvar sua consciência" External link

extra Tuesday, August 20, 2019 10:09:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott souligne : "Les plus aventureux reviennent, ils racontent aux autres qu'on peut aller sans problème à Macao et ça roule tout seul" External link

lefigaro Tuesday, August 1, 2017 12:25:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott disse : "Se o governo do Reino Unido insistir que os poderes repatriados de Bruxelas v�o para Westminster [ap�s um potencial voto pela sa�da da UE], isto poderia colocar Westminster e Holyrood [Parlamento escoc�s] em rota de colis�o" External link

folha Wednesday, June 22, 2016 1:25:00 PM EAT



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chief executive officer of o1.21%EN08/25/201725/08/2017
actor27.88%EN08/03/201703/08/2017
star6.06%EN06/30/201730/06/2017
author2.42%EN06/26/201726/06/2017
officer0.61%EN06/09/201709/06/2017
analyst12.12%EN03/20/201720/03/2017
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professor of economics5.45%EN02/20/201720/02/2017
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trinity mirror plc. actor0.61%EN02/03/201703/02/2017
president1.21%EN02/01/201701/02/2017
businessman0.61%EN01/31/201731/01/2017
barrister1.21%EN01/18/201718/01/2017
prosecutor10.91%EN01/13/201713/01/2017
general manager1.21%EN01/09/201709/01/2017
manager1.21%EN01/09/201709/01/2017
capital analyst5.45%EN11/30/201630/11/2016
vice-president0.61%EN11/22/201622/11/2016
director of technology0.61%EN10/04/201604/10/2016
economics professor0.61%EN09/14/201614/09/2016
chief executive officer0.61%EN08/30/201630/08/2016
journalist0.61%EN08/12/201612/08/2016
deakin university professor1.21%EN07/11/201611/07/2016
professor2.42%EN07/07/201607/07/2016
professor of european union7.88%EN06/27/201627/06/2016
economist1.21%EN06/22/201622/06/2016
sailor0.61%EN06/08/201608/06/2016
executive0.61%EN01/02/200802/01/2008
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Andrew ScottFR13.37%
Andrew ScottPT2.26%
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Andrew Scott said : "All her previous convictions are related to her entrenched addiction to drugs," External link

themirror Wednesday, December 16, 2020 10:23:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “I want to hear directly from BIPOC families and not from white people on behalf of BIPOC families,” “The majority of the equity conversation right now is coming from white families in Portland that are directly impacted” External link

oregonlive Thursday, December 3, 2020 6:06:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott disse : "A expectativa de vida saudável é uma medida melhor do sucesso de um país do que o Produto Interno Bruto" External link

bbc-portuguese-brasil Saturday, October 31, 2020 12:26:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said ( about Kent County Council ) : “We are currently below the regional and national average for rates of cases, which means Kent and Medway are deemed as medium risk and within tier 1 restrictions,” External link

thanetgazette Sunday, October 25, 2020 8:24:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "Both of the pieces we've done were created out of nothing for this format," External link

CBSnews Wednesday, October 14, 2020 4:40:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "We are encouraged by recent announcements from CMS, the State of Indiana , and other organizations that recognize the risks associated with prolonging Resident care," External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:23:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "We are encouraged by recent announcements from CMS, the State of Indiana , and other organizations that recognize the risks associated with prolonging Resident care," External link

prnewswire Wednesday, September 23, 2020 12:50:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Our driver was able to not just capture but also instantly share footage of the perpetrator and their number plate. This ensured the police could swiftly secure several arrests and a successful conviction” External link

professionalsecurity Wednesday, August 19, 2020 11:59:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "Sometimes having casual sex with people is what you need to do. It's really important. " External link

themirror Thursday, July 30, 2020 11:16:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said ( about Phoebe Waller-Bridge ) : “The relationship is all about companionship, friendship, and loyalty and that’s what I feel about Phoebe in my real life so it’s wonderful that this is happening,” External link

Hindu Friday, July 24, 2020 1:45:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Last night’s announcement will have a huge effect on increasing revenue. […] It is very good to see things moving in the right direction, especially after the recent period of frustration we’ve had. Many people felt we were long overdue for the quarantine measures to be lifted,” External link

macaudailytimes Wednesday, July 15, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Yes, this is a step towards [the] normalization of the city. Just a step, but a very important one,” External link

macaudailytimes Wednesday, July 15, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Even if there is no disease and no travel restrictions, we still have a vastly weakened economy. This will lead to a reduction in Macau GGR. It may take several years for us to return to 2019 levels,” External link

macaudailytimes Wednesday, July 15, 2020 1:40:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott stated : "The faster we can make quality connections between engaged online shoppers and our retail partners, the better chance we have of meeting the customer's expectations," External link

finanznachrichten-en Tuesday, July 7, 2020 11:19:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “Agency policy is a living document and should be reviewed on a regular ongoing basis,” External link

wptv Friday, June 12, 2020 5:21:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott told : “Given the most minute possibility that an officer may have to use a neck restraint to save his or her life, and flat out restricting it, may put an officer's life in jeopardy,” External link

wptv Friday, June 12, 2020 5:21:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

nbcnewyork Thursday, June 11, 2020 1:38:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

news-yahoo-in Monday, June 8, 2020 8:21:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "In law enforcement, if you're considered an individual who can't be trusted, you're not going to have the timely back-up from other officers," "That's a legitimate fear factor" External link

9news Monday, June 8, 2020 4:55:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely backup from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

TorontoStar Sunday, June 7, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "In law enforcement, if you're considered an individual who can't be trusted, you're not going to have the timely back-up from other officers," "That's a legitimate fear factor" External link

nzherald Sunday, June 7, 2020 10:16:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

news-yahoo-in Sunday, June 7, 2020 9:12:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "In law enforcement, if you're considered an individual who can't be trusted, you're not going to have the timely back-up from other officers," "That's a legitimate fear factor" External link

abc7ny Sunday, June 7, 2020 7:54:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

bangordailynews Sunday, June 7, 2020 6:49:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

wkbn Sunday, June 7, 2020 6:05:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

boston Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:58:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

msn-uk Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:35:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "In law enforcement, if you're considered an individual who can't be trusted, you're not going to have the timely back-up from other officers," "That's a legitimate fear factor" External link

startribune Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:19:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

therepublic Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:15:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “In law enforcement, if you’re considered an individual who can’t be trusted, you’re not going to have the timely back-up from other officers,” “That’s a legitimate fear factor” External link

timesdaily Sunday, June 7, 2020 5:14:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said ( about Phoebe Waller-Bridge ) : "This extraordinary speech that Phoebe wrote and performed, this and is now quite a famous confessional scene. Its wonderful as its a scene that contains two people, but you only see one of them, but I think the priest's presence is really felt, which I think it's why that word 'kneel is so transgressional and everything, that it has ignited people's imagination so much" External link

RTERadio Thursday, June 4, 2020 6:57:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott told : "That scene is extraordinary, isn't it?" External link

bbc Wednesday, June 3, 2020 8:03:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott told : "That scene is extraordinary, isn't it?" External link

bbc Wednesday, June 3, 2020 3:59:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "I have never seen an agency in writing promote that type of force in such a critical area that is so susceptible to damage or death," External link

usaToday Friday, May 29, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "Law enforcement has realized over the years that any type of force could potentially kill somebody — even too much pepper spray," External link

usaToday Friday, May 29, 2020 10:42:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

abc-au Friday, May 29, 2020 3:43:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” External link

wxii12 Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:59:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

firstpost Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:40:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” External link

wlwt Thursday, May 28, 2020 5:40:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

qt Thursday, May 28, 2020 5:26:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” External link

wmur Thursday, May 28, 2020 5:16:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” External link

wyff4 Thursday, May 28, 2020 4:52:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," External link

Stuff Thursday, May 28, 2020 12:24:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

abc7ny Wednesday, May 27, 2020 11:18:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

timescolonist Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:09:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. In a post on his Facebook page, Frey apologized Tuesday to the black community for the officer's treatment of the man, who was later identified as 46-year-old George Floyd, who worked security at a restaurant. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. The video starts with the man on the ground, and does not show what happened in the moments prior. The unidentified officer is kneeling on his neck, ignoring his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” said Floyd, who has his face against the pavement. Floyd also moans. One of the officers tells him to “relax”. The man calls for his mother and says: “My stomach hurts, my neck hurts, everything hurts ... I can't breathe”. As bystanders shout their concern, one officer says, “He's talking, so he's breathing”. But Floyd stops talking and slowly becomes motionless under the officer's restraint. The officer does not remove his knee until the man is loaded onto a gurney by paramedics. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders become increasingly agitated. One man yells repeatedly. “He’s not responsive right now!” Two witnesses, including one woman who said she was a Minneapolis firefighter, yell at the officers to check the man’s pulse. “Check his pulse right now and tell me what it is!” she said. At one point, an officer says: “Don't do drugs, guys”. And one man yells, “Don't do drugs, bro? What is that? What do you think this is?” The Hennepin County medical examiner identified Floyd but said the cause of death was pending. Floyd had worked security for five years at a restaurant called Conga Latin Bistro and rented a home from the restaurant owner, Jovanni Thunstrom. He was “a good friend, person and a good tenant,” the restaurateur told the Star Tribune. “He was family. His co-workers and friends loved him”. Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney, said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. He called firing the officers “a good first step on the road to justice” for Floyd but said the city must “fix the policies and training deficiencies that permitted this unlawful killing to occur”. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Police did not identify the officers, but attorney Tom Kelly confirmed he is representing Derek Chauvin, the officer seen with his knee on Floyd's neck. Kelly declined to comment further. Police did not immediately respond to a request for Chauvin's service record. News accounts show he was one of six officers who fired their weapons in the 2006 death of Wayne Reyes, whom police said pointed a sawed-off shotgun at officers after stabbing two people. Chauvin also shot and wounded a man in 2008 in a struggle after Chauvin and his partner responded to a reported domestic assault. Protesters filled the intersection Tuesday evening in the street where Floyd died, chanting and carrying banners that read, “I can’t breathe” and “Jail killer KKKops”. They eventually marched about 2 1/2 miles to a city police precinct, with some protesters damaging windows, a squad car and spraying graffiti on the building. A line of police in riot gear eventually confronted the protesters, firing tear gas and projectiles. Some protesters kicked canisters back toward police. Some protesters stacked shopping carts to make a barricade at a Target store across the street from the station, and though steady rain diminished the crowd, tense skirmishes stretched late into the evening. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. The New York Police Department ultimately fired the officer who restrained Garner, but it was five years later, after a federal investigation, a city prosecutor’s investigation and an internal misconduct trial. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. Before the officers were fired, the police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

beaumontenterprise Wednesday, May 27, 2020 8:33:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

timescolonist Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:24:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

accesswdun Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:07:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

usaToday Wednesday, May 27, 2020 4:13:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

CBC Wednesday, May 27, 2020 3:51:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

abc7ny Wednesday, May 27, 2020 3:49:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

wkyt Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:41:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

ctvnews Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:05:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

arkansasonline Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:58:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

cknw Wednesday, May 27, 2020 11:30:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

egyptindependent Wednesday, May 27, 2020 11:15:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," External link

Stuff Wednesday, May 27, 2020 8:54:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

jamaicaobserver Wednesday, May 27, 2020 8:27:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

startribune Wednesday, May 27, 2020 7:00:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

beaumontenterprise Wednesday, May 27, 2020 6:54:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

asianage Wednesday, May 27, 2020 6:24:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

wishtv Wednesday, May 27, 2020 6:11:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man’s death Monday night was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page for the officer’s conduct, which included keeping his knee on the man after he stopped moving. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The video of the incident starts with the shirtless man on the ground, and does not show what happened in the moments prior. The unidentified officer is kneeling on his neck, ignoring his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” said the man, who has his face against the pavement. The man also moans. One of the officers tells the man to “relax”. At one point the man calls for his mother and says: “My stomach hurts, my neck hurts, everything hurts ... I can’t breathe”. As bystanders shout their concern, one officer says, “He’s talking, so he’s breathing”. But the man stops talking — and slowly becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer does not remove his knee until the man is loaded onto a gurney by paramedics. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated. One man yelled repeatedly. “He’s not responsive right now!” Two witnesses, including one woman who said she was a Minneapolis firefighter, yelled at the officers to check the man’s pulse. “Check his pulse right now and tell me what it is!” she said. At one point, one officer says: “Don’t do drugs, guys”. And one man yells: “Don’t do drugs, bro? What is that? What do you think this is?” The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd’s death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. The New York Police Department ultimately fired the officer who restrained Garner, but it was five years later, after a federal investigation, a city prosecutor’s investigation and an internal misconduct trial. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. Before the officers were fired, the police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

al Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:19:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

cknw Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:09:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

boston Wednesday, May 27, 2020 4:10:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

abc-au Wednesday, May 27, 2020 3:24:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

theglobeandmail Wednesday, May 27, 2020 2:19:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

krqe Wednesday, May 27, 2020 2:12:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

timesofisrael Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:42:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man, who is handcuffed, is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. The man slowly becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. Even after he stops moving, the officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they needed to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. The New York Police Department ultimately fired the officer who restrained Gardner, but it was five years later, after a federal investigation, a city prosecutor’s investigation and an internal misconduct trial. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

japantoday Wednesday, May 27, 2020 1:10:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

brisbanetimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:53:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

khaleejtimes Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:52:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

smh Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:51:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

wwlp Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:50:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

fox59 Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:31:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

theage Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:15:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner , an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey apologized to the black community Tuesday in “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. Minutes pass, and the man becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they need to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The man who died was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

click2houston Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:02:00 AM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

thegrio Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:57:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

krqe Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:54:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

antiguaobserver Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:44:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man, who is handcuffed, is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. Minutes pass, and the man becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they need to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," External link

wkyt Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:41:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," External link

Stuff Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:35:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man, who is handcuffed, is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. Minutes pass, and the man becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they need to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

wral Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:32:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

nzherald Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:30:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

arkansasonline Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:24:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "This is the right call”. The man's death Monday night after he struggled with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities. It immediately drew comparisons to the case of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died in 2014 in New York after he was placed in a chokehold by police and pleaded for his life, saying he could not breathe. Frey apologized to the black community early Tuesday in a post on his Facebook page. “Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. For five minutes, we watched a white officer press his knee into a Black man’s neck. Five minutes. When you hear someone calling for help, you’re supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic, human sense,” Frey posted. Police said the man matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case at a grocery store, and that he resisted arrest. The unidentified officer ignores his pleas. “Please, please, please, I can’t breathe. Please, man,” the man, who is handcuffed, is heard telling the officer. After several minutes, one of the officers tells the man to “relax”. Minutes pass, and the man becomes motionless under the officer’s restraint. The officer leaves his knee on the man's neck for several minutes more. Several witnesses had gathered on a nearby sidewalk, some recording the scene on their phones. The bystanders became increasingly agitated as the man pleaded with police. One bystander told officers they need to let him breathe. Another yelled at them to check the man's pulse. The victim was identified as George Floyd by Ben Crump, a prominent civil rights and personal injury attorney who said he had been hired by Floyd’s family. “We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,” Crump said in a statement. “This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge”. Charles McMillian, 60, of Minneapolis, said he saw police trying to get Floyd into the back of the squad car and heard Floyd tell them he was claustrophobic. After having the officer's knee on his neck, McMillian said, the man started calling his mother’s name, “and then he died”. “It’s sad because it didn’t have to happen,” McMillian said. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said the department would conduct a full internal investigation. Experts on police use of force told The Associated Press that the officer clearly restrained the man too long. They noted the man was under control and no longer fighting. Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd's death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training”. “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him," "I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

ABCnews Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:22:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

wishtv Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:20:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

krqe Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:07:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : "He couldn't move. He was telling them he couldn't breathe, and they ignored him," "I can't even describe it. It was difficult to watch" External link

telegram Tuesday, May 26, 2020 11:00:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him,” “I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch” External link

HonululuAdvertiser Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:43:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training,” "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him. I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

enterprisenews Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:23:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training,” "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him. I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

gainesville Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:04:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training,” "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him. I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

telegram Tuesday, May 26, 2020 9:42:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training,” "He couldn’t move. He was telling them he couldn’t breathe, and they ignored him. I can’t even describe it. It was difficult to watch”. The New York City officer in the Garner case said he was using a legal maneuver called “the seatbelt” to bring down Garner, whom police said had been resisting arrest. But the medical examiner referred to it as a chokehold in the autopsy report and said it contributed to his death. Chokehold maneuvers are banned under New York police policy. A grand jury later decided against indicting the officers involved in Garner’s death, sparking protests around the country. In Minneapolis, kneeling on a suspect's neck is allowed under the department’s use-of-force policy for officers who have received training in how to compress a neck without applying direct pressure to the airway. It is considered a “non-deadly force option,” according to the department’s policy handbook. A chokehold is considered a deadly force option and involves someone obstructing the airway. According to the department’s use-of-force policy, officers are to use only an amount of force necessary that would be objectively reasonable. The police union asked the public to wait for the investigation to take its course and not to “rush to judgment and immediately condemn our officers" External link

ABCnews Tuesday, May 26, 2020 8:32:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “The ‘working longer agenda’ has become more urgent, but also more difficult,” External link

forbes Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:38:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : “We used to have five or more and now we’re down to one or three,” External link

barrie Tuesday, May 5, 2020 11:25:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott said : ''He accepts full responsibility for the injuries caused to Mr Ross. He acknowledges and recognises the detrimental effect and life-changing effect of his actions and the effect they have had on Mr Ross more importantly on his quality of life. '' External link

themirror Friday, March 6, 2020 9:48:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott disse : "Na verdade deveria ser um último recurso... muito disso, acho, são as pessoas tentando até certo ponto salvar sua consciência" External link

extra Tuesday, August 20, 2019 10:09:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott souligne : "Les plus aventureux reviennent, ils racontent aux autres qu'on peut aller sans problème à Macao et ça roule tout seul" External link

lefigaro Tuesday, August 1, 2017 12:25:00 PM EAT

Andrew Scott disse : "Se o governo do Reino Unido insistir que os poderes repatriados de Bruxelas v�o para Westminster [ap�s um potencial voto pela sa�da da UE], isto poderia colocar Westminster e Holyrood [Parlamento escoc�s] em rota de colis�o" External link

folha Wednesday, June 22, 2016 1:25:00 PM EAT



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ceo2.42%EN09/01/201701/09/2017
chief executive officer of o1.21%EN08/25/201725/08/2017
actor27.88%EN08/03/201703/08/2017
star6.06%EN06/30/201730/06/2017
author2.42%EN06/26/201726/06/2017
officer0.61%EN06/09/201709/06/2017
analyst12.12%EN03/20/201720/03/2017
professor1.21%PT03/05/201705/03/2017
professor of economics5.45%EN02/20/201720/02/2017
mirror plc. actor0.61%EN02/03/201703/02/2017
trinity mirror plc. actor0.61%EN02/03/201703/02/2017
president1.21%EN02/01/201701/02/2017
businessman0.61%EN01/31/201731/01/2017
barrister1.21%EN01/18/201718/01/2017
prosecutor10.91%EN01/13/201713/01/2017
general manager1.21%EN01/09/201709/01/2017
manager1.21%EN01/09/201709/01/2017
capital analyst5.45%EN11/30/201630/11/2016
vice-president0.61%EN11/22/201622/11/2016
director of technology0.61%EN10/04/201604/10/2016
economics professor0.61%EN09/14/201614/09/2016
chief executive officer0.61%EN08/30/201630/08/2016
journalist0.61%EN08/12/201612/08/2016
deakin university professor1.21%EN07/11/201611/07/2016
professor2.42%EN07/07/201607/07/2016
professor of european union7.88%EN06/27/201627/06/2016
economist1.21%EN06/22/201622/06/2016
sailor0.61%EN06/08/201608/06/2016
executive0.61%EN01/02/200802/01/2008
head0.61%EN04/08/200608/04/2006
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Andrew ScottEN83.43%
Andrew ScottFR13.37%
Andrew ScottPT2.26%
Andrew ScottES0.94%
Andrew ScottPL0.00%


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