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WPLN News Investigates dives deep into the issues that matter most in Middle Tennessee. In “Deadly Force,” we focus on the trial of the first Nashville police officer to be charged with murder for shooting someone in the line of duty. Through newly uncovered documents, original interviews and audio footage, we’ll glimpse into the mind of a police officer struggling to make sense of when to use his gun and the culture in Nashville surrounding the use of force.
 
At a time when 60% of counties in the United States have no daily newspaper to hold governments and corporations accountable, we have to start asking why. The biggest reason: the rise of big tech. When 90% of all new digital ad revenue is swallowed by Google and Facebook, it’s becoming impossible to fund the kind of reporting that has uncovered corruption, solved crimes, and literally saved lives. I was never interested in the business side of journalism. I believed in the separation of chur ...
 
Dracula tells the tale of a sinister Transylvanian aristocrat who seeks to retain his youth and strength by feeding off human blood. The author, Bram Stoker, a young Victorian theater professional, was probably inspired by the strange epidemic of vampirism that occurred in remote parts of Eastern Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries. These stories were recounted by travelers who later arrived in England and other parts of Western Europe. Stoker initially meant the tale to be written as a pl ...
 
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Three years ago today, a white Nashville police officer shot and killed a Black man while he ran away with a gun in his hand. He was supposed to stand trial for murder this July. Instead, he took a last-minute plea deal. And the victim’s family was outraged. Credits: WPLN News Investigates: Deadly Force is a production of Nashville Public Radio. Ed…
 
The first Metro Nashville Police Department officer charged with murder for an on-duty killing will not stand trial after all. Jury selection for Andrew Delke’s trial was slated to begin next week. But his attorney says his client has agreed to a plea deal for voluntary manslaughter, which he will formally accept in criminal court.…
 
Jim Todd has been practicing law for more than a quarter of a century. And as a defense attorney who also spent more than a decade in the Nashville District Attorney’s office, he’s seen the legal system from both sides. But next week, it won't be an ordinary civilian going on trial. It'll be a Nashville police officer, the first to be charged with …
 
After Officer Andrew Delke was charged with murder in 2019, host Samatha Max called up Philip Stinson of Bowling Green State University to talk through how rare it is for an officer to face such a serious charge. Delke is the first Nashville police officer charged with murder for an on-duty shooting — and one of just a few across the country. Jury …
 
Commander Scott Byrd took on the role of Metro Nashville Police's director of training during a leadership change last year, and he's tried to establish himself as a reformer who’s committed to improving how Nashville police officers are trained. But the recent spate of shootings has put those promises to the test.…
 
Deadly Force host Samantha Max chats with WPLN host Marianna Bacallao about what’s happened in Nashville since the podcast aired last July, including the naming of a new police chief and the shootings of five men by police. She also discusses how the case against Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin compares to the one against Nashville Officer…
 
Metro Nashville Police Officer Andrew Delke is back in court today for the third in a series of hearings leading up to his murder trial next month. His attorney has called multiple witnesses and introduced new evidence to try to prove his shooting of Daniel Hambrick in 2018 was justified. WPLN's Samantha Max has been following the proceedings. She …
 
Cities across the U.S. are grappling with how to reform their police departments — or start over altogether — as one killing of Black person by police after another makes headlines. But in Nashville, like in most places, change has never been quick or easy. In this episode, we explore just how difficult it can be to spark real change. And why so ma…
 
When Officer Andrew Delke killed Daniel Hambrick, he became the first Nashville police officer to be charged with murder for an on-duty shooting. But he's not the first to kill a civilian, nor the first white officer to kill a Black man. In this episode, we dissect half a century of trauma, anger and escalating distrust as one shooting after the ne…
 
Metro Nashville Police Officer Andrew Delke says he was following his training when he shot and killed Daniel Hambrick during a foot chase. So do his attorneys and supporters at the police union. In this episode, we take a deep dive into the department's training and culture that teaches officers when to use force. And the mixed messages officers r…
 
On July 26, 2018, the lives of two 25-year-old men crossed paths at a stop sign. That chance encounter would take one life and forever change another. And it would lead to the first murder charges brought against a Nashville police officer for an on-duty killing of a civilian. In this episode, we examine the lives of both men. Credits: WPLN News In…
 
Nine months before Nashville Officer Andrew Delke shot and killed Daniel Hambrick, he was criticized by supervisors. But not for use of force. It was a night when Delke didn't pull his gun. In the prologue to "WPLN News Investigates: Deadly Force," we'll glimpse into the mind of a police officer struggling to make sense of when to use his gun.…
 
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