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*******www.r-calfusa**** Directed by court order obtained by Tyson, the U.S. Marshals Service on June 11, 2009, posted a No Trespassing sign and Warning on the front door of the home of South Dakota rancher and cattle feeder Herman Schumacher. Tyson obtained a judgment against Schumacher because Schumacher tried to protect his fellow cattle producers by stopping Tyson from violating the Packers and Stockyards Act. A federal jury unanimously sided with Schumacher, but then a three-judge panel for the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (8th Circuit) overturned the jurys decision. So, in a bizarre twist, Schumacher must now pay Tyson $15,881.38 or Tyson will use the U.S. judicial system to finalize the seizure of Schumachers home. For more information visit *******www.r-calfusa****/news_releases/2009/090622-mediaadvisory.htm. To join R-CALF USA or donate to Herman Schumacher visit *******www.r-calfusa****/Promotion/081205-donate.join.htm
28 Jun 2009
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*******www.r-calfusa**** Video of a news conference held June 26, 2009, in Herreid, S.D. on Herman Schumachers front lawn. This section contains the Welcome and opening comments by Schumacher.Background: Directed by a court order obtained by Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. (Tyson), the U.S. Marshals Service on June 11, 2009, posted a No Trespassing sign and Warning on the front door (or PDF) of the home of South Dakota rancher and cattle feeder Herman Schumacher. Tyson obtained a judgment against Schumacher because Schumacher tried to protect his fellow cattle producers by stopping Tyson from violating the Packers and Stockyards Act. A federal jury unanimously sided with Schumacher, but then a three-judge panel for the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (8th Circuit) overturned the jurys decision. So, in a bizarre twist, Schumacher must now pay Tyson $15,881.38 or Tyson will use the U.S. judicial system to finalize the seizure of Schumachers home.
3 Jul 2009
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*******www.r-calfusa**** Video of a news conference held June 26, 2009, in Herreid, S.D. on Herman Schumachers front lawn. This section: Mike Callicrate, Plaintiff in Price Manipulation Case.Background: Directed by a court order obtained by Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. (Tyson), the U.S. Marshals Service on June 11, 2009, posted a No Trespassing sign and Warning on the front door of the home of South Dakota rancher and cattle feeder Herman Schumacher. Tyson obtained a judgment against Schumacher because Schumacher tried to protect his fellow cattle producers by stopping Tyson from violating the Packers and Stockyards Act. A federal jury unanimously sided with Schumacher, but then a three-judge panel for the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (8th Circuit) overturned the jurys decision. So, in a bizarre twist, Schumacher must now pay Tyson $15,881.38 or Tyson will use the U.S. judicial system to finalize the seizure of Schumachers home.
3 Jul 2009
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*******www.r-calfusa**** Video of a news conference held June 26, 2009, in Herreid, S.D. on Herman Schumachers front lawn. This section: Johnny Smith, R-CALF USA Region III Director.Background: Directed by a court order obtained by Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. (Tyson), the U.S. Marshals Service on June 11, 2009, posted a No Trespassing sign and Warning on the front door of the home of South Dakota rancher and cattle feeder Herman Schumacher. Tyson obtained a judgment against Schumacher because Schumacher tried to protect his fellow cattle producers by stopping Tyson from violating the Packers and Stockyards Act. A federal jury unanimously sided with Schumacher, but then a three-judge panel for the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (8th Circuit) overturned the jurys decision. So, in a bizarre twist, Schumacher must now pay Tyson $15,881.38 or Tyson will use the U.S. judicial system to finalize the seizure of Schumachers home.
3 Jul 2009
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*******www.r-calfusa**** Video of a news conference held June 26, 2009, in Herreid, S.D. on Herman Schumachers front lawn. This section: Bill Bullard, R-CALF USA CEO Bill Bullard. Background: Directed by a court order obtained by Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. (Tyson), the U.S. Marshals Service on June 11, 2009, posted a No Trespassing sign and Warning on the front door of the home of South Dakota rancher and cattle feeder Herman Schumacher. Tyson obtained a judgment against Schumacher because Schumacher tried to protect his fellow cattle producers by stopping Tyson from violating the Packers and Stockyards Act. A federal jury unanimously sided with Schumacher, but then a three-judge panel for the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (8th Circuit) overturned the jurys decision. So, in a bizarre twist, Schumacher must now pay Tyson $15,881.38 or Tyson will use the U.S. judicial system to finalize the seizure of Schumachers home.
3 Jul 2009
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*******www.r-calfusa**** Video of a news conference held June 26, 2009, in Herreid, S.D. on Herman Schumachers front lawn. This section: Larry Nelson, President, S.D. Stockgrowers Association. Background: Directed by a court order obtained by Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. (Tyson), the U.S. Marshals Service on June 11, 2009, posted a No Trespassing sign and Warning on the front door of the home of South Dakota rancher and cattle feeder Herman Schumacher. Tyson obtained a judgment against Schumacher because Schumacher tried to protect his fellow cattle producers by stopping Tyson from violating the Packers and Stockyards Act. A federal jury unanimously sided with Schumacher, but then a three-judge panel for the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (8th Circuit) overturned the jurys decision. So, in a bizarre twist, Schumacher must now pay Tyson $15,881.38 or Tyson will use the U.S. judicial system to finalize the seizure of Schumachers home.
3 Jul 2009
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*******www.r-calfusa**** Video of a news conference held June 26, 2009, in Herreid, SD on Herman Schumachers front lawn. This section:Sen. Cap Dierks NE Organization for Competitive Markets (OCM). Background: Directed by a court order obtained by Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. (Tyson), the U.S. Marshals Service on June 11, 2009, posted a No Trespassing sign and Warning on the front door of the home of South Dakota rancher and cattle feeder Herman Schumacher. Tyson obtained a judgment against Schumacher because Schumacher tried to protect his fellow cattle producers by stopping Tyson from violating the Packers and Stockyards Act. A federal jury unanimously sided with Schumacher, but then a three-judge panel for the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (8th Circuit) overturned the jurys decision. So, in a bizarre twist, Schumacher must now pay Tyson $15,881.38 or Tyson will use the U.S. judicial system to finalize the seizure of Schumachers home.
3 Jul 2009
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*******www.r-calfusa**** Video of a news conference held June 26, 2009, in Herreid, S.D. on Herman Schumachers front lawn. This section: Nick Nemec representing WORC. Background: Directed by a court order obtained by Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. (Tyson), the U.S. Marshals Service on June 11, 2009, posted a No Trespassing sign and Warning on the front door (or PDF) of the home of South Dakota rancher and cattle feeder Herman Schumacher. Tyson obtained a judgment against Schumacher because Schumacher tried to protect his fellow cattle producers by stopping Tyson from violating the Packers and Stockyards Act. A federal jury unanimously sided with Schumacher, but then a three-judge panel for the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (8th Circuit) overturned the jurys decision. So, in a bizarre twist, Schumacher must now pay Tyson $15,881.38 or Tyson will use the U.S. judicial system to finalize the seizure of Schumachers home.
3 Jul 2009
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Transcript by (www.newsy****) BY MALLORY PERRYMAN You're watching multisource US news analysis from Newsy. The jury didn’t buy Brian David Mitchell’s insanity defense. After just five hours of deliberation, a federal jury found Mitchell guilty of kidnapping then 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart and taking her across state lines to engage in sexual activity. Most in the media agree- justice was served. JANE VALEZ-MITCHELL: “I thought ‘Eureka!’ Finally! After eight years somebody is standing up and saying we do not buy this ridiculous act…No, we’re not going to buy this insanity defense because obviously he knew right from wrong because he hid her. He threatened to kill her.” (HLN) Smart, now 23, took the stand as the prosecution’s star witness. MSNBC’s legal analyst Paul Callan says- after that- Mitchell didn’t stand a chance. PAUL CALLAN (Former prosecutor): “When you have a horrific crime like this one…I don’t think there’s sympathy that gets raised with any jury. So the chance of this insanity defense succeeding on this fact pattern I think was just never there.” A Fox News legal analyst adds, Mitchell’s “insane act” was convincing inside the courtroom- but his performance was inconsistent. MERCEDES COLWIN (Legal analyst): “It’s interesting because during testimony over the course of the trial, the marshals took the stand and said ‘He was lucid at various points in time.’ When he was coming into the courtroom he was whistling and singing but as soon as he was in the backroom outside the presence of the jury he sits down, takes a nap, puts earplugs in his ears. He was acting very sane outside of the courtroom. Fox’s Megyn Kelly wanted to know- was it necessary to force Smart to relive her nightmare in front of the jury? Legal analyst Arthur Aidala (I-dolla) says yes- because even though it doesn’t technically undermine Mitchell’s insanity defense- it tugged at the jurors’ hearts. ARTHUR AIDALA (Legal analyst): “When you have human beings who have hearts and souls and they want to do what they think is right. When you have such a sympathetic person like Elizabeth and such heinous crimes that were committee upon her, a lot of times one way or the other, jurors take the law into their own hands. They do what they think justice dictates and here obviously that’s what they did.” So what now? MSNBC talked to one defense attorney who says – appeal is possible, but at the end of the day, this case is closed. JOE TACOPINA (Defense attorney): “They will appeal because they have to. But from what I know about this trial, I don’t think there are any viable appellate issues. The jury recommended the maximum sentence for Mitchell- life in prison. His sentencing is set for May 25th, 2011. As for Smart, she’ll return to Paris, where she’s busy with mission work for the Mormon Church. JANE VALEZ- MITCHELL: “She is the ultimate example that it really doesn’t matter what cards you’re dealt, it’s how you play them….really what an inspiration to the entire world. Put your own problems in perspective and look how she has emerged triumphant from all of this.” Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy.
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource breaking news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In world news — NATO air strikes in Libya continue to fail in shifting the balance of fighting on the ground. France 24 reports, some want NATO to do more. “In Libya itself, the rebels have called for more attacks on Gaddafi’s ground forces. France and the U.K. will be pushing for this Thursday’s NATO conference in Berlin. There’s been calls from politicians on both sides of the Atlantic for the U.S. to make more use of its aircraft, such as the 81 Warthog, which is ideally suited against ground-based targets.” Still in world news — Syrian violence continue to grow, as the country enters its fourth week of civil unrest. Amnesty International says 171 people have died as a result. But Reuters reports, a deal has been struck to restore calm. Authorities have agreed to withdraw the feared secret police, replacing them with army patrols, and to free imprisoned pro-democracy protesters. (Video: Al Jazeera) In U.S. news — Congress is set to vote today on last Friday’s budget compromise. Tucson’s KMSB sums up the stakes. “The president says the budget deal before Congress today is a compromise - to help the government live within its means. But some members of his own party say they'll vote "no" - saying the cuts go too far. And some Republicans say they'll vote "no" too - because the cuts don't go far enough. If - together - all those "no" votes block the deal, congress would be back to square one - facing a shutdown again.” In sports -- Baseball’s all-time home run king is now convicted felon. A jury found Barry Bonds guilty of obstructing a federal investigation. Here’s KCNC. “A federal jury found the former slugger guilty of obstruction of justice but dead locked on three charges that he lied to a grand jury about steroid use. The defense and the prosecution are due back in court in May. Bonds’ lawyers will try and have the conviction tossed. It carries a sentence up to 10 years in prison.” New York Daily News believes Americans lost interest in the trial, saying this case ended as “muddled” as the discussion of steroids in baseball today. Still in sports -- LA Lakers star Kobe Bryant will have to pay up for shouting a homophobic slur at a referee during a game this week. The LGBTQ community had demanded an apology. KCPQ explains Byrant’s consequences. “The NBA commissioner David Stern fined Bryant 100 thousand dollars for using a homophobic slur. Bryant was reacting to a foul called against him. The ref then called a technical foul on Bryant, who later apologized. Bryant says the remark was out of frustration in the heat of the game, and that it shouldn't be taken literally. Civil rights groups are pushing Bryant to issue a more expansive apology.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
16 Apr 2011
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