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Belarus Sentences Former Presidential Contender to 14 Years

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:23 sec | Last month

Belarus Sentences Former Presidential Contender to 14 Years

"A chord in belarus. Who sentence the former belarusian presidential contender. Victor perico to fourteen years in prison on corruption charges because team said before the ruling that the charges against their client had been fabricated to thwart his political ambitions. His sentencing followed warning from the un special reporter and ice merrin. That means is attempting to purge belarus of all political

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Fresh update on "14 years" discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

00:02 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "14 years" discussed on John and Ken

"With that woman. I never did anything inappropriate, says Andrew Cuomo, but state Attorney General Leticia James standing by the investigation. Saying the evidence is damning these interviews and pieces of evidence Reveal a deeply disturbing yet clear picture. Governor Cuomo sexually harassed current and former state employees in violation of both federal and state laws. Done. That's it super creepy, dude. So now what? Well, I don't know that he's going to resign. Uh, he is already being written into the history books if he resigns history if he last guy to resign on New York was Eliot Spitzer and and that was Went 13 14 years ago. Something like that. And what was his deal? Well, he was hooking up with escorts. Right? So now you've got another New York City, Uh, based politician, Of course, I know he's a governor, New York, but you've got another New York politician. Who is doing creepy things and come to find out being a creep. In some circumstances is against the law. Being a creepy neighbor is not against the law. Peeking into someone's windows against the law. Cuomo didn't do that. But you get my point. If you're the creepy neighbor, just somebody getting a bad vibe about you. Not illegal. You actually doing something wrong illegal. Cuomo, who's out hugging people, he says. Oh, it's not a big deal. I just I just hugged them just a little bit. Uh, not not a biggie. Mhm. No. It is. It is a biggie because you weren't just hugging people. You were touching people where you shouldn't have been touching them. That's problematic. One of comb was accusers told investigators that Cuomo asked her questions about her sex life in June. 2020.

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Belarus Sentences Former Presidential Contender to 14 Years

BBC World Service

00:16 sec | Last month

Belarus Sentences Former Presidential Contender to 14 Years

"Bob Rico, has been sentenced to 14 years in jail for corruption, had been accused of receiving bribes and money laundering. Mr Barba Rico was detained in June last year in the run up to presidential elections. The Taliban say they have continued to

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14-Year-Old Boy Killed, 2 Teens Injured in Atlanta Shooting

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00:21 sec | Last month

14-Year-Old Boy Killed, 2 Teens Injured in Atlanta Shooting

"14 years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

03:43 min | Last month

"14 years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"We're going to get we're also gonna now we're just gonna get a bunch of of bodycam footage leaked. You know. it's going to be the perfect source of all the next two. Yeah that's that's the thing. That so like i agree with a lot of this but it's apple is incredibly logical company. They don't do a lot of really weird things and any of us who've been covering apple for awhile can probably tell you with a fair amount of accuracy. There's going to be another iphone. There's going to be another macbook. This is probably the usual increase. Just based on pattern analysis over the last ten years. We can give fairly accurate predictions about what apple is going to do next across a wide swath of products. We don't really need leaks for that kind of stuff so to me. This really is just like tv. Show or movie spoilers. Some people hate him. You're gonna look at them. Some people wanna know instantly the every bit of news and there are people who really get off on giving people than us first because it gives them fame attention and inside companies because they know it was them outside companies because they get all the hits or the or the views. That's just a culture. It's always gonna wanna be fed. So i totally agree with andy but all the journalists like you have an absolute right to do all of that but the culture is endlessly fascinating to me. But i don't think it's critical for us to do our jobs in terms of informing consumers about buying decisions. We could not get a single week again and we all do that. Gabrieli really well. I think absolutely. But that's the the only point i'm making is that that is an individual journalists and i will use a wide x y definition of journalists. Even if you're someone who is just a posting on labor or whatever versus someone who's working for the wall street journal. That's that's our choice to make. That's not apples choice to make i. I'm with you. I'm very very i have i have. It's been awhile since. I've been offered a really really juicy tidbit about like an upcoming like a key apple product. I mean years but even back then even ten years ago. It's just not interesting to me. It's like okay so great. So now you have what you claim to be a render eight ten months in advance of someone that something that could easily change at anytime that doesn't affect anyone's life doesn't even really affect the product. I mean it's not if it's working conditions inside factories. Great no definitely. That's that's something that's actually important but this is just an in a way. I think that stoking the fires with these rumors is kind of doing apples apple. Pr apples apples marketing division. Their job four throwing 'cause we're getting people to think. Oh well let's. Let's get people excited about the iphone. Thirteen by speculating. That it's going to be perfectly round phone and you'll be able to. You'll be able to when whenever whenever the battery gets low. It smells like an english muffin with get people really excited about. That's not a bad idea though. I like it right. Bef- right before the battery ignites with someone warning warning. Let's take a little break. Your picks of the week coming up. Next andy and rene showed a brought to quite literally by cachefly cash. Laser content delivery network are cdn. They've been innovating content delivery since one thousand nine hundred nine. We've been using them since before. Twenty ten we early on in the days of the podcasts. We really had trouble getting the podcast to you. Downloading them from a website We actually tried bittorrent for a while and then levine from Cash call said we can help. Let's let's solve this and ever since we've been so happy never had a problem Thanks to cash like getting. Are podcasts out to you. The timely fashion. That's for a lot of reasons. Cachefly is all over the world fifty points of presence in every continent well not antarctica but everywhere else so it means you're getting it our content from a server close to you that global delivery is one of the things i love cachefly about their.

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"14 years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

02:43 min | Last month

"14 years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"There. We go here that choppy. I was getting that at home too. So it's probably these are running on apparently xbox blades in the in microsoft's that works centers. But you're going to want to play the game like this. The musical drive you crazy alone. Birthing pains yeah it. May it may merely be that. There's so much interest in this now that you can do it on an ipad. I mean what. A great way to make an ipad gaming machine or a mac to by the way it will work on safari still so salty. That apple won't just allow it and it's not is like so shortsighted like not allowing netflix. On ten ten years ago just like no net flicks. You have to put every one of your tv shows and movies inside the stores. We can individually rate them. This just absurd press. The place bothers me. I wanna i wanna play all this map. I'm i'm totally with you. It's like i kind of feel sorry for a person who has to be a spokesperson and make that statement and pretend like it makes any sense whatsoever Please don't ask a follow up on how this is protecting our users. How is this protecting our users. Okay i quit. Be such a value. Add to because apple's gaming story is at best incomplete at the moment and having all of these streaming services would be such a boon to gamers anytime especially especially with the with the with the ipad. Line they've got they've got thousand dollar tablets that are trying to compete with superb thousand to two thousand dollars same price windows tablets and if you can just simply say the things remove reasons for people to say I really want the ipad. But gosh it doesn't do gaming. Or gosh i can't run i i. I can't run this window app in this in this virtual is shell. I can't do this simple things that are like doesn't hurt you at all. Apple doesn't protect the consumers that doesn't protect your market. You're you basically just have this rule and you have some yours yours because you are a huge huge company you a unavoidably you have people who joined the company to enforce rules that they didn't create and they're not doing their job if they don't enforce this rule and that's why they're doing this because they're not saying you're right. This is silly. We're going to change this rules like no. My job is to say. No the stuttering we're seen by the way is not us it's Yeah yeah it. There is an onscreen control. A lot of the game they do offer some games in the x club subscription with touch controls. But i have to say this is playable right now. The way it's It's it's every second is pausing or something. I don't i don't know if i can make this better. Maybe it works. Better on the mac It is currently a good time to try because it's one bucks a month for the first three months But then it'll cost you Whatever xbox.

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"14 years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

04:29 min | Last month

"14 years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Said these guys are really really good ball. Silly said it's okay. We'll be fine. Don't have a keyboard they don't have maybe not so much One of the engineers who design. I can't remember where this was. Was it wired. Wrote a great piece on how fragile that demo was and how if one thing went wrong the whole thing would crash. It was it was. It was a paf. there was no. There was nothing random to the sequence of operations it was it was like restoring power to To apollo thirteen. It's like no. I d do this. Then you make the phone call. Then you open the webpage and the move was the one one of the money quotes from the from the story was we were backstage shots. Every time steve did something and it didn't crash. We took another shot. Yeah yeah by the end of the thing. They were quite quite. This is the new york times magazine I finally found the the article By fred vogelstein and it was quite an article. I remember in a quotes. Mostly guy named andy green who was the Near one of the engineers behind the iphone who senior manager in charge of the radios and knew more than anybody how how risky this demo was. So it wasn't just a victory lap for steve jobs. Seeing actual working iphone in the hands of real people given that six months earlier it it really didn't work must have been pretty exciting. I mean that's that was. It must have been a very very brutal six months Getting it working Anyway happy happy birthday iphone. I still have mine and I'm never never letting this guy go. I've plugged it in before right. John i think we have. And i know i think there's nothing much on here. I might have wiped it but It's still kind of cool to see it again. Now you can emulate it probably on atari computer or something. I wouldn't be too hard. Actually there was a there was a the put on the app store. Or whatever there there was someone who who wrote an iphone. One later That would that would run on. Like current iphone so and would actually connect up with a lot of the a lot of built in features of current iphone. The current iowa's but engage. But it gave you a sign of. Here's what the. Oh my god. There's actually a pre installed youtube app on here. And that's right there was i forgot. Yeah and i think apple nixed. Did i think i think unfortunately because because the iphone doesn't support side loading an apple doesn't want this after exist you can't use it but it was such. It was such a great experiment it is it is baffling when you recharge device like this and you realize that my god is because i. I have a also have like a perfect chinese knockoff of an iphone. Three gs three g. But i bought like in beijing. And so sometimes i remember once a recharging my original iphone and thinking my. This is the chinese one. Why is this so slow. Why are they the graphics. So block easy. Why is it Rene we're not getting your audio or are you muted okay. We're gonna pause for a moment and fix reneges audio. Actually this'll be good. Time to talk about audio with a brand new sponsor. Do you want to do that. john young. let's talk about sennheiser. Is you probably know. Because i've been singing their praises. I've been using sennheiser headphones for many decades. At this point the best headphones on the market i have to say in fact. Scott wilkinson recently Recommended the sennheiser Wired three hundred earbuds. And i can't believe for the price I've never heard better earbuds so was very interested. When sennheiser announced these new momentum the momentum true wireless two. And i have to say you know. These are the i would say. In fact i. I've purchased sennheiser bluetooth headphones before easily. The best bluetooth headphones out there. When it comes to earbuds you know. I'm talking sound quality. That's why you gotta check out sennheiser. Because they make really the best earbuds money can buy for the last seventy five years. Other companies focused on phones and tablets. Sennheiser always been about sad. They've already put sound. I and i have to say in. It's not just me these hound better than apple's they're seeing that said.

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11-Year-Old Boy Injured in Accidental Shooting in North Columbus

Glenn Beck

00:18 sec | Last month

11-Year-Old Boy Injured in Accidental Shooting in North Columbus

"Accidents shooting on Columbus North East side sent an 11 year old boy to the hospital last night happened just after 8:30 P.m. at the home off Forrest Hill Boulevard. The victim was taken the nationwide Children's Hospital rushed into surgery and is expected to recover. Police say they detained the 14 year old boy who pulled the trigger, but didn't say if charges would be

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Supreme Court Sides With Cheerleader Who Wrote Profane Social Media Post

News, Traffic and Weather

00:56 sec | Last month

Supreme Court Sides With Cheerleader Who Wrote Profane Social Media Post

"A cheerleader over a vulgar social media post and Ed Donahue has the latest The ruling was 8 to 1 in favor of Brandy Levy. She did not make her school's varsity cheerleading team on Snapchat Levy vented, using curse words and a raised middle finger. I was a 14 year old kid. I was upset. I was angry. Everyone. Every 14 year old kid speaks like that. At one point. Levi was not in school at the time, but was suspended from junior varsity cheerleading activities for a year. Justice Stephen Breyer ruled the suspension violated Levi's First Amendment rights. Young students and adults like me, shouldn't Be punished for them, expressing their own feelings. And letting others know how they feel. But the justices did not rule out schools from disciplining students for what they say off campus. Ed Donahue, Washington and we will talk about that in this portion of the program with your calls

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Irish Health Service Shuts IT Systems After Major Ransomware Attack

WGN Programming

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Irish Health Service Shuts IT Systems After Major Ransomware Attack

"I've not been impacted. It's still unclear how widespread the disruption is. This comes just a week after hackers targeted a major East Coast gas pipeline with a ransomware attack as well. New overnight, A 14 year old girl was shot in the city's Inglewood neighborhood. That shooting happened around midnight. You're 61st and Homestead. The girl was

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14-Year-Old Boy Charged in Girl's Death in Jacksonville, Florida

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

14-Year-Old Boy Charged in Girl's Death in Jacksonville, Florida

Student's Snapchat Profanity Leads to High Court Speech Case

WBZ Morning News

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Student's Snapchat Profanity Leads to High Court Speech Case

"This week, 14 year old Brandy Levi was suspended from cheerleading after posting a profanity laced rant on Snapchat. The question before the court is can public schools discipline students over something they say off campus? The case has its roots in the Vietnam era case of a high school in Iowa that suspended students who wore armbands to protest the war. The Supreme Court ended up siding with students. Fighting back a proposal on

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Queen Returns to Royal Duties After Death of Prince Philip

C-SPAN Programming

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Queen Returns to Royal Duties After Death of Prince Philip

"And Queen Elizabeth, the second returning to her royal duties just four days after the death of her husband, Prince Philip. She had held it in person event. Just yesterday, the queen hosting a ceremony at Windsor Castle for William Peele, who retired after serving for 14 years as the Lord Chamberlain, the most senior aide in the royal household. The funeral for Prince Philip will take place Saturday at ST George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. It has been scaled down in accordance with the pandemic restrictions. The chapel, which can accommodate up to 800 guests, will have a

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Biden delivers remarks on gun violence prevention

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Biden delivers remarks on gun violence prevention

"The father of a Parkland school shooting victim was on hand as president Biden announced. Several executive orders aimed that gun control this week while also calling for Congress to pass him widely supported measures. I believe the Senate should immediately pass three House passed bills to close loopholes the loud gun purchasers to bypass the background checks. Fred Guttenberg, who's 14 year old daughter, Jamie, was killed. It's Stoneman Douglas High School tweeted from the White House, calling this the day when gun safety begins. Biden's executive actions include ordering the Justice Department to issue within 30 days ever. Pot's rule to help stop the proliferation of so called ghost guns, homemade ones that have no serial

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Road rage leads to gunfire, critically injuring a 14-year-old girl in San Antonio

The Car Pro Show

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Road rage leads to gunfire, critically injuring a 14-year-old girl in San Antonio

"Last night leads to a 31 year old woman and a 14 year old girl being injured. San Antonio police captain Eric High Towers says it happened at an apartment complex on Hind Street and I 35 at around 9 32 vehicles. Apparently were involved in some type of dispute or argument. They apparently pulled off into this apartment. Complex entry. Wait. One of the vehicles, the driver of that vehicle open fire towards the other vehicle. The victims are in critical condition at local hospitals. The suspect vehicle fled on I 35 police are looking for a brand GMC Yukon. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is

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5 indicted in series of connected slayings across Cincinnati

Eddie and Rocky

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

5 indicted in series of connected slayings across Cincinnati

"Announcing today that five people, including a 14, year old boy have been indicted in connection to a serious of killings across the Cincinnati area that are linked. Four people have been killed, three others wounded over a 19 day period. 21 year old Carl Godfrey 18 28 year old Jason Gray 30 year old Mario Gordon, 49, year old Thanh and ABN it and the 14 year old all being charged with aggravated murder, murder, Felonious assault in additional charges. Not recorded in an ABN it are being held at the county Justice Center. The teen is that the juvenile detention center grave, was arrested in Mississippi and will be extradited back to Hamilton County. The string of killings happening between January 21st in February 18th in Hamilton County most happening in Cincinnati. For 2000 to cover 19

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Robbery crew wreaks havoc on New York City streets

Page Publishing

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Robbery crew wreaks havoc on New York City streets

"Looking for a group of armed robbers who have been terrorizing the upper West side over the last few weeks. In one incident on March 13th, the group of at least three individuals Following a 13 year old boy into the lobby of a residential building on West 77th Street near Amsterdam Avenue before pushing him to the ground and taking his baseball cap. A second incident occurring on March 17th inside Central Park near West 79th Street, where two men were robbed at knife point, with the suspects taking the Citi bikes the victims were riding And on March 30th. It's alleged the group displaying a gun and stealing cell phones from a 14 year old and a 15 year old on Riverside Drive near West 78th Street. And a day later, they allegedly threatened to stab a 27 year old man on West 69th Street near Central Park West before forcibly taking his cell phone and wallet, police releasing surveillance photos of the suspects and ask anyone with information to contact them. One person

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Fall River Schools, DCF Could Have Done More To Prevent Boston Teen’s Death

WBZ Midday News

01:07 min | 4 months ago

Fall River Schools, DCF Could Have Done More To Prevent Boston Teen’s Death

"Officials have released a new report concluding that more could have been done to prevent the abuse. And the death of a 14 year old boy With autism last fall, the investigative report from the office of the Child Advocate offered a scathing review. The Massachusetts DCF and the Fall River School district for their in action. This is more from Maria Most cities, the office's director, the decision to reunify was a serious error. That unfortunately, was compounded by the pandemic, and in this case, every single safeguard failed David, and in the end the child died. 14 year old David Allman died last October, living at a fall river apartment with his dad and his father's girlfriend. The teen and his triplet brother Michael, were reportedly found severely malnourished, abused, neglected living in horrific conditions. The boy's father and his girlfriend have since been indicted on second degree murder and neglect charges.

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New York Times Reports Ghislaine Maxwell Charged With Sex Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl

The Guy Benson Show

01:41 min | 4 months ago

New York Times Reports Ghislaine Maxwell Charged With Sex Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl

"That broke last evening. Good news, Ghislaine Maxwell. Longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, was charged Monday for the first time was sex trafficking of a minor this from The New York Times. Don't prosecutors accusing her of grooming a 14 year old girl to engage in sexual acts with Mr Epstein and later paying her A new federal indictment filed in Manhattan charge that on multiple occasions between 2001 and 04, the girl provided nude massages to Mr Epstein at his estate in Palm Beach, Florida. During which he engaged in sexual acts with her. The new charges against Maxwell go further than those contained in an earlier indictment that accused her of helping Mr Epstein recruit groom and ultimately sexually abused girls, but did not include sex trafficking allegations. Now those charges have been included. Senator Ben Sasse, who's a Republican from Nebraska. He's been really demanding. Action in this case and accountability in this case, he put out a statement last night. Quote. This is good news. All of Epstein's co conspirators and especially Ghislaine Maxwell should be prosecuted to the fullest, his fullest extent of the law. She knows the depth of Epstein's sick crimes and the DOJ ought to do everything he can to keep her alive. Yes, considering what happened with Epstein himself and bring her to justice. Wealth and power cannot overcome the law. These human traffickers must pay for their crimes and quote and amen to every word of that. Finally, some movement on Ghislaine Maxwell in this absolutely Sickening and also bizarre, mysterious case.

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Ghislaine Maxwell Charged With Sex Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell Charged With Sex Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl

"To the indictment against Delaine Max, wealthy ex girlfriend of financier Jeffrey Epstein. In a re written indictment, prosecutors added the sex trafficking, conspiracy and a sex trafficking charge against Maxwell. The 59 year old Maxwell, who was arrested last July, is being held in a federal jail. A judge has rejected veil packages three times. Epstein, who was arrested on sex trafficking charges, killed himself at a Manhattan federal lockup in August. 2019. Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to all charges. I might cross you. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. Jurors on Day one in the

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1st Female Members Fulfill Requirements For Eagle Scout

Morning Edition

02:01 min | 4 months ago

1st Female Members Fulfill Requirements For Eagle Scout

"Been just over two years since girls were first allowed to join scouts be ESA, formerly known as the Boy Scouts. And now some have fulfilled all the requirements needed to reach the prestigious Eagle Scout rank. Delaware Public media's Sofia Schmidt went to see one girl except the Eagle Scout Challenge. Ready. Hi Scarlett Home, Marquis. I scroll it homemaking, darkly recognized and take upon myself. I thought, believe, recognize and take upon myself the obligations and responsibilities of the rank of Eagle Scout the obligation of responsibilities of the rank of Eagle Scout 14 Year Old Scarlet Hell, Mickey repeats the Eagle Scouts pledge read by an alumnus of the program, Scarlett's family and fellow troop members air here for her Court of honor and to celebrate her place in history as one of the first girls to achieve the rank. As the sun shines and cake waits to be eaten on a nearby table. She tells the audience about her journey. It was a lot to learn Eagle and I know that I can help Younger scouts also achieve this ring. I'm proud to join many eagles in the special group. Scarlett is one of about 1000 girls nationwide who are in the inaugural class of female Eagle Scouts. It's scouts be essays, highest rank, and only about 6% of scouts achieve it. Get it. Scouts need to earn 21 merit badges, which require mastering basic skills on topics such as first aid and environmental science. Scarlet says that on occasion, she and other female scouts have endured teasing and belittling comments from people outside her troupe. She says That's one reason her troop leaders didn't cut her any slack. They always pushed me because they knew people would say. Hey, like you don't really earn that Sarah. That's giving it to you know iron this for her required community service project. Scarlet helped rebuild an old foot bridge over a stream coordinating a team of 20 volunteers, and she says she learned some valuable lessons. Just be patient for lie on your team. They're here to help you.

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11-year-old fatally shot in Philadelphia while riding a scooter

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

11-year-old fatally shot in Philadelphia while riding a scooter

"On 11 year old Philadelphia boy is dead a 14 year old hospitalized after someone opened fire as they were writing a dirt bike this evening. Police say the younger boy was hit in the neck and died to the local hospital. The 14 year old was shot twice, once in the arm once in the ankle. No arrests

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"14 years" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"14 years" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"How many times have you heard any of the guests have come on. The show is to get out there and serve. You've heard me say it. Pounded into your ears over and over and over again. If you're serving your tribe you're gonna be a bloody success in here. we are fourteen. She's already learned that lesson in his put into action now for kayla her store i believe was called bubbly bliss bar now. She's filled it with a mix of bath bombs and candles and soaps in a myriad of different personal grooming products. All these things that can help you relax and chill things that we could use. You know you're stress. You're going to all kinds of crazy. You're trying to get business done. You're trying to get help. You serve your community and you just you want chill drop a bath bomb. I've never used one. You know it almost makes you. I was I tell you what right. Now if i lived in louisville kentucky i would cruise on over there and with by some of this young ladies product because her inspiration His so amazing. I mean she's talking about how during his kobe. Time it You know kind of filled her whistling zaidi. You know made her feel a little depressed with everything was going on so she intern. Felt others. were feeling the same thing in wants to help them out now. Their origin story for for kayla is isn't a great one unfortunately She was inspired shortly after her father. Who is an army veteran Away five years ago. And you know in i think. She took on as a coping. Pod quite probably as a coping mechanism Baking in creating creating products to help cope with his loss and yet she still baking and she still selling those products in her story as well. You know we've all experienced a downtime. Whether it's the loss of a loved one like kayla losing her father You know. I lost krista back to way back when we all experience loss in their life and i think one of the great lessons in this fourteen year old is a huge example for us all on how to deal with loss or deal with any kind of tragedy that comes into your life if you can find a productive way to cope with your loss and turn it into a way to bring a smile and other people's face. How huge zet i mean. How reinvigorating would that be for you in your world. I mean her stores filled with all these products at represent her and her heritage and the pride that she feels as a young black teen in this pivotal time in her life right so in this pivotal time in her life. She loses her father. How many horrible tragedy stories do we hear like this that go into completely different direction. How inspiring is it to hear of a youngster like this taking it grabbing the bull by the horns even when she's going through all these troubling times i mean losing a father's kinda huge especially when you're in the age when fathers can be so impactful right and then flipping it on its ear and turning it into a place that brings smiles in expressions of happiness on the faces of her customers. Were they're regulars or the first timers walking through her door. Who in rian reading story love the place..

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"14 years" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"14 years" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"There are no shortcuts to success except for taking those little steps toward goal every single date. And hey if you're getting any value out of these episodes this episode or any of the hundred twenty that have come before In when keep getting these daily success tips. Make sure you go on down there and hit that subscribe button Leave us a five star rating and drop a some kind words in the review. These subscribes ratings and reviews tell the podcast platforms to raise up a little bit in the ranking so that we get shown to more driven entrepreneurs like yourself so take a moment tend to show the love and help us spread. The word definitely appreciate that. You know back in episode one fifteen out about what hellum episodes ago. They they happened. So fast nowadays I talked about how. I believe that every child is one caring adult away from being a success and i truly believe that league of there's one caring adult out there that can go out there. In impacted child's. I totally turn them around or even lift them up even higher than they already are. Well i read a story recently. Our to share with you today. That clearly Children like marie Have that caring adult in their life. Which is amazing. But i think we can flip episode one fifteen on its ear today because i think all of us entrepreneurs can be one inspired child away from success nicey while on the weekends when most kids are. I don't know you know doing whatever it is they want to do. It's been long since i was kid. I know when i was a kid. I was out there playing with my friends practicing martial arts. We were going to the park and filming ourselves Building bicycle ramps and jumping cars and doing all kinds of other crazy things you know. It's their their time. Just be a kid. Let loose you relax. Not for kayla marie this youngster from louisville note. It's her time to head to work and share her passions. See kayla marie at the ripe age of fourteen. Everybody two years into being a team. She has already opened her own star. Storefront in louisville. I believe it was on bardstown road. A her name is on the door and she's filling the inside that store front with all her amazing creativity as he hears one of the even cooler inspiring pieces of this as i read. This story is one of the things you quarters that she decided or two said we decided to believe was her mom at her to start the business to help people feel good. All the covid stuff is going on. And here's this youngster. That wants to go out on her weekends and she could be doing whatever she wanted hanging out with their friends. Whatever it is. It fills her life with joy and she wants to fill other people's life with joy she wants to serve her community her tribe and make them feel happy and feel good. There's less number one right there..

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"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

07:39 min | 8 months ago

"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Today. Paul continues to address problems. The church at corinth is experiencing in their regular worship meetings. It's never fun to have to resolve issues but fortunately paul isn't afraid of conflict. He's hit on some touchy topics. So far today is no different opens addressing the gifts that god has given each of them for building up the church there are lots of perspectives on spiritual gifts so i'll try to address the main viewpoints briefly as we move through the text one of the common misunderstandings about spiritual gifts is that their personality adjacent since these gifts are given by the spirit they only show up when we get the spirit when we enter into a relationship with alway since. Most of the spiritual inventories or tests are more of a personality test or natural gifts assessment. They aren't necessarily the best way to determine what spiritual gifts we have. There's nothing wrong with using these tests to discover our natural gifting. Those can benefit the church too but the tests aren't necessarily helpful in figuring out our supernatural gifts. Here's what i mean. If moses who wasn't good with words taken a spiritual gifts test you probably wouldn't tested as a prophet teacher or leader but those are the ways. God spirit equipped and used him. So there's not always a correlation if you wanna know what your spiritual get are one way to tell is by asking other people have. The church is currently being built up by your presence. You may have the natural gift of administration but as far as churches concerned. God might have given you the gift of knowledge. Paul even says we can ask god to give a spiritual gifts that we don't have that means our gifts can change over time. They're given by god and as always the giver is the one who chooses what to as far as the gift set are signs of the spirits dwelling. Some people believe that those were only used in the first century to give validity for god's work in the early church. this belief is usually referred to as sensationalism meaning. Those gifts have ceased others. Believe these are alive and well today though there are still nuanced beliefs in that camp. About how certain gifts should be used. This belief is usually referred to as continuation azam meaning. Those gifts continue. We've linked to two articles with more info on this in the show notes. The list paul gives chapter. Twelve isn't exhaustive. We see other gifts listed in romans. Twelve and a fijian's four and first peter four however in the final verses he does seem to give a ranking because he refers to the higher gifts. The corinthians were fixated on one gift primarily speaking in tongues which paul mentioned the last in his apparent hierarchy emphasizes the need for diversity in the gifts of the body of christ because the spirit uses each unique gift for one unified purpose regardless of whether you believe the gift of tongues is just the gift being bilingual. Or if it's something more. It has obvious benefits for building up an unifying a church that is beginning to cross lots of language barriers. Paul says he will show the corinthians a more excellent way then he dives straight into talking about not just using our gifts but using our gifts with love as motivator he says if love is in our motivating factor all are good deeds are multiplied by zero or worse yet they can even be harmful to the body he tells us what love looks like and how love accent says ultimately love will outlast everything even faith and hope what how outlast faith and hope when our faith is made manifest. Faith won't need to exist. It will be proven and when our hopes are fulfilled. We don't have to hope for things anymore. They'll be realities. I can't wait to be faithless and hopeless but love will remain always in chapter fourteen. Paul tells than they should all desire to prophesy which at the very least means to speak truth. Talk more about speaking in tongues and some people believe what he's saying about tung's here is a reference to a prayer language because this type of tongues seems to be different than what happened in acts to the seems to be more directed toward god than toward others and it seems to be unintelligible whereas an axe to the languages were clearly understood. Paul says he wants them all to speak in tongues but not as much as he wants them to prophesy because that holds greater value for the church at large and he says they speak in tongues in public. They should always have an interpreter. Those who believe tongues are another human language usually believed the interpreter is another person who knows that foreign language and can verify what the person's saying those who believe tongues are not human language usually believe the interpreter is someone. God has revealed the message to and paul says. It's best if you can serve as your own interpreter. He says he speaks in tongues more than anyone which may or may not just mean. He knows more languages than other people but then he circles back around to say. That prophecy is his preference. Moses says something similar to this numbers eleven. He says he wishes that. All the lord's people were prophets that the lord would put his spirit on them in verse. Three paul says god uses prophecy for a building for encouragement and for constellation and in verse. Nineteen we see that. God uses it for instructing others all closes out today with a few helpful guidelines for an orderly worship service have diversity in the service put a two to three person cap on tongues and there should always be an interpreter but a two to three person cap on prophecy. Then let people weigh it against the truth. There's a lot of debate over. What the final verses of this chapter mean some say. it means. women shouldn't be able to speak in tongues prophesying the services but earlier in chapter eleven all said women are allowed to prophesy and pray in the church so he can't be saying women aren't allowed to speak in church at all and remember. Prophecy is one of the gifts. He holds in highest regard. To complicate matters some say his words he replied to all churches and other say he's addressing specific problems the carinthian churches having possibly related to their greco. Roman background for instance. It's possible that the women may only be allowed outside the main meeting area and may be calling into their husbands inside to see what's being said. It is what's happening. You can see how that would be super disruptive so policies like just. Ask them when you get home today. It might be like asking people to silence their cell phones in a service so that things can function in an orderly manner without chaos and distraction. It also seems like the women in corinth had a problem treating their husbands with honor and respect which is something god calls them to do and calls both parties to do so paul addresses it when we take everything he said in his letter about women in the church overall his words seemed to be more about creating peace and unity and order than about prohibiting women from using their gifting elsewhere in scripture. Paul affirms the gifts of women serving in the early church after all priscilla is one of the founders of this particular church and paul describes her as his co. laborer in romans sixteen three. If you're a woman it's easy to read these verses and be disheartened by paul's words here and maybe even make you want to dismiss him altogether but as with anything challenging we read. Let me encourage you to hang in there as we see the big picture. Unfold is actually connects to my god shot. Today i'm so grateful. For god's great love for diversity and now he works in and through all of us to display more angles and textures and colors of his glory. And because he's efficient. It not only glorifies him but it benefits us to. Through god's work in us we actually enhance each other's existence. He hasn't building a one dimensional kingdom. Where we all look act the same. He gives his diverse body unique gifts to offer back to him and connects them all in an orderly fashion. Like only he can do. He's where the joy is. Okay battle readers. It's time for our weekly check in how are you. We're less than a month away from finishing at the new testament. For maybe even the whole bible for you this month may be extra busy or extra lonely or even extra both regardless. We want to encourage you to stay in the work. Don't lose sight of jesus while you're busy celebrating his birthday. We hope you'll still enjoy reading your bible and listening to this podcast. While you're drinking peppermint coco and sitting by your biblically accurate. Nativity the bible recap is brought to you by group. Discipleship and bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week..

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"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Not my first choice. only paul. The next day they had to stop number five derby to preach the gospel been. Go back to the three towns. That wanted to kill them. Only paul but he doesn't go back for revenge. It doesn't go back to show all the haters. He's still alive and he doesn't even go back to try to change their minds. He goes back to strengthen and encourage the believers there. Paul knows that if they tried to kill him for what he believes and teaches than the people who actually live there. Fulltime aren't going to have an easy go of at all while he's there. They appoint elders in their local churches. Pray fast and commit the elders to god. They make a few more stops along the way then. Head back to the original antioch the one in syria to report on everything that happened namely that god opened the hearts of the gentiles to believe. What was your god shot. Today mine was in chapter fourteen versus sixteen through seventeen where paul says in past generations. He'll out all the nations to walk in their own ways it. He did not leave himself without witness for. He did good by giving you rains from heaven and fruitful seasons. Satisfying your heart with food and gladness. The greek word for allowed here is translated. Suffered god's suffered all the nations to walk in their own ways and even though they're complete rejection of god wounds him he still makes himself known to them nonetheless through his blessings rain and fruit and food and gladness. Theologians refer to this as common grace where god pours out his kindness on people who reject him. What a generous guide to not immediately destroy the wicked and rebellious as we all deserve but to use his kindness and grace as a means of making himself known even among his enemies. If we look close enough. We'll see that. Every blessing is a gift with his signature on it. He's wear the joy is tomorrow. We'll be reading the book of james. It's five chapters long relinking to short video overview in the show notes. That will really help. Set you up for success with this new book so check it out. If you've got eight to spare each month we offer special bonus content to our patriot family. For the month of november. We have a bible study that we wrote for our members called soul rest. And isn't that exactly what our hearts need to hear right now. It focuses on what it looks like to abide in christ. We're sending this out to patrons who joined at the bonus content to your or higher. If that's you just log into your patriotic out to get your perks. Or if you've selected to have your perks emailed to you you can look forward there if you're part of our patriot at a different here and you want access to pittsburgh you can log into your account gesture membership accordingly. And if you're not yet part of our patriots family. This is a great time to join us. Check out today. Show notes for a link work with the patriot. Link on our website the bible recap dot com the bible recap is brought to you by du discipleship and bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week for more information on d group visit my group dot ford..

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"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

05:52 min | 9 months ago

"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Hey bible readers. I'm barely hobble. And i'm your host for the bible recap today. We opened in the church at antioch in modern day. Syria there's a group of prophets and teachers leading the church including two who sketchy pasts or saul of course the former persecutor of christians. But there's also a guy named leeann who used to work for the king. Herod who killed j db so here. Are these christians. Working alongside and being led by people who at one point killed their leaders. Friends this is what the gospel looks like. It not only reaches past. Nationalism reaches past pain and hurt as well together. They're worshipping god and fasting in the midst of it. all they get some direction from the holy spirit. Remember how jesus said. The spirit would be their guide. We're continuing to see that in the ways. He's directing peter steps to go see. Cornelius and in the way he's telling them to appoint barnabus and saul as missionaries and the church obeys the spirits promptings they lay hands on them and pray for them and anoint. Them with oil symbol of the holy spirit. And they're off for stop. Cyrus and john mark comes along to while they're preaching their way across the island. The governor hears about an summons them he's hanging out with false prophet slash magician who relies on the power of the enemy as the disciples preached the gospel. The governor is starting to come around so the magician tries to dissuade him then saul calls him out. He calls a may son of the devil actually and he speaks temporary blindness over him saul had experienced this himself so he knows what it's like. I wonder if any part of him hoped this temporary blindness would end in spiritual site like did the governor sees. All this happened. He sold on jesus because he was already astonished. Based on the teaching alone by the way verse. Nine is the first time scripture mentioned. Saul's other name. Paul from here on out the primary name used for him and the way he self identifies. Here's what most scholars think is behind this switch. This is his first missionary journey. This is where the spread of the gospel to the gentiles increases. So it makes sense for paul to use the gentile version of his name. He's adapting to the cultures. He encounters making sacrifices to get any stumbling blocks out of the way later. In first corinthians nine. Paul says he has become all things to all people and this is part of what he meant for. Stop number two. The spirit since paul and barnabus to a different any. This one is in turkey but john. Mark goes back to jerusalem. Put a pin in that for a few days. They show up in a synagogue one sabbath and listen to the teaching then the people in charge are like we had some visitors today. Do you have any encouragement for us..

"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

09:10 min | 11 months ago

"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Strong and majestic, and they'll have victory over the enemy. Will bring them back from the nations where they've been scattered and he'll multiply them in the promised land again. For the people of Judah we know this definitely has literal implications, but it's likely. This also has spiritual implications. For instance, the way God's people can fight against sin and win is because he is with us in grants says victory like verse five says and He grants a strength like verse twelve says. In Chapter Eleven God tells Zach to try his hand at shepherding the flock destined for destruction. There are lots voice to interpret this passage. Some believe it's prosthetic parable like a metaphor told Zach to help him better understand God's perspective on things others say it's a sign act where Zach becomes the literal shepherd of a group of animals known as the flock doomed to slaughter. This unfriendly sounding title probably refers to animals that were kept near the temple to be used as sacrificial offerings in those days not everyone raised their own animals for the offering some people owned animals and hired shepherds to watch over them, and others would by the animals from them to use a sacrifices. But because the animal owners shepherds of Judah were wicked people these animals only matter to them because of how they could benefit financially when they sold them for slaughter. This shepherds sheep metaphor seems to provide a really good parallel for the leaders got appointed over Judah and the people got appointed them to watch over. You'd think Zach will take pity on the sheep and he initially does in one month. He fires three of their wicked shepherds. He guides the sheep with two stats which he names favor and union or kindness and unity. Representing not only his relationship to the sheep individually but also the relationship, the sheep have as a whole flock. After a while though Zach loses patience with them, he's been trying to treat them well, but they hated him. So he snaps his staff in half and quits his job. He gets a payout of thirty pieces of silver but then God tells him to give it to the person who makes the clay pots that are used in the temple. We're not done talking about this chapter yet. We'll come back to it in a minute but for now, let's move onto chapter twelve. Chapter Twelve gives a future prophecy of day yet to come when the nations will gather to attack Jerusalem and the people of Judah but God will fight on Judas behalf and destroy those who have come against them using panic as weapons. Of Choice there are a few different interpretations of Verse Seven which says God's provision and protection will come to those living in the tents outside Jerusalem i. Some say this is just the logical progression since invading armies would encounter the tent dwellers in the suburbs before they get to the city centre. Other say the tent dwellers are the poor people and this indicates God's care for the poor especially since the verse says, the city dwellers are maybe arrogant. A third interpretation is that the tent dwellers are likely soldiers. So those on the frontlines of the battle get to witness God's deliverance in a way others don't regardless of which interpretation is accurate. All of Judah will recognize Galloway as the reason for their victory verse five says then the Clans of Judas shall say to themselves the inhabitants of Jerusalem have strength through the Lord of hosts, their God. Even the weakest among God's people will have a strength that isn't their own. God promises to pour out his spirit on his people and his spirit is one of grace and pleas for mercy. Because of the way, God's grace and mercy change people they will mourn over what they've done to him. I says they will look on me on him whom they have pierced. They shall mourn for him as one mourns for an only child and we bitterly over him as one weeps over a first born. In John Nineteen, the Gospel Ryder points back to this verse as a prophecy of Jesus they pierced him and they will mourn over him the firstborn son. Chapter Thirteen gives us more prophecies of Jesus. He is the fountain who washes people clean from their sins and unclean nece. One thing that is subtly sprinkled all throughout the old. Testament. Is The distinction between sin and cleanness being clean isn't the same as being righteous the ancient Jews viewed this like rungs on a ladder with the top rung being holiness or set apart Nisus the second rung, being common and clean, and the third rung being calm and Unclean. The best you could hope for with obeying the law is to be on the common and Clean Rung You can't holiness or righteousness on your own. That's only granted by God. All your best efforts couldn't take you as far as God required. So any time, we see a verse that point to God's people being purged not just of their cleanness but of their sin, that's a huge deal. That's a divine act something we categorically cannot accomplish by the way scripture doesn't say you can't accomplish it on your own scripture says, you can accomplish that period. Christ the Fountain accomplished it for us. Someday, you will cut off all the idols and the false prophets in the land because you don't need profits anymore when all the prophecies have been fulfilled, the false prophets will go into hiding, but they won't be able to keep up the ruse because their backs will be covered in the ritual scars that they got from the cutting practices associated with worshipping false gods. The last half of chapter thirteen brings us, another prophecy of Christ's death I. Seven is quoted in Matthew Twenty six and mark fourteen where Jesus dies it says strike the shepherd and the sheep will be scattered and that's what happened when Jesus died sheep were scattered. But in God's great plan, that's exactly how the Gospel was spread to all the nations. There'll be trials and sanctification but what appears to be only tragic is actually used for God's glory and the good of all his people. Chapter Fourteen, recounts the future prophecies of the coming day of the Lord. Again, this time going into great detail about how Jerusalem will be attacked and God will win and when i read what will happen to his enemies. In verse twelve, it sounds like chemical warfare honestly on that day God presumably God the son will stand on the Mount of Olives, which is just outside the city gates on the east side of Jerusalem and the mountain will be split probably by an earthquake there'll be some residual effects of the earthquake. It seems with one of those effects being the river that will flow out of Jerusalem. We keep seeing this and here it is again. Then God will reign on the Earth and own everything in it. Everything will get an upgrade. The common pots will be like the holy bowls used in temple worship and even the horses which were originally listed among the unclean animals will be marked as holy to the Lord a phrase that used to be written on the priests turbans. I promised would come back to chapter eleven where Zach becomes a shepherd of the flock destined for slaughter. Some commentators find this imagery confusing. So if that's you to don't lose heart but if we zoom out on this, there are a few things. This prophecy seems to be pointing toward and that's where I saw my God shop today. Our first major hit that this is pointing towards something is in the thirty pieces of silver, which is the exact price Judas iscariot is paid for betraying Jesus to the authorities in Matthew Twenty six it's roughly three thousand dollars in today's money. Then we see some connections with what happens to that thirty pieces of silver in both stories. Sack gives his to the temple potters and in. Matthew Twenty Seven Judas regrets betraying Jesus rose his money back into the temple and they use it to buy his burial plot in a Potter's field. So again, the money goes back to the potters via the temple, and of course, we can't ignore the fact that Jesus was the lamb destined for slaughter revelation. Thirteen tells us that this was the father's plan before the world was even formed. So while Zachariah chapter eleven is a really dark chapter. It points us to Jesus the Good Shepherd, who was I rejected by his sheep, but then took the place of those sheep in the slaughter Jesus as the shepherd and the sacrifice because when it comes to his kids, God provides all he requires. He's where the joy is. Tomorrow. We'll be starting the book of Esther. It's ten chapters. As usual relinking to video overview in the show notes it's super short. It's just nine minutes long and it will really help set you up for success with this book. Each month we offer special bonus content to those of you are Patriot family with the month of September were offering four bonus episodes where I talk about the sabbath and learning to abide and rest in Christ. We'll be sending this out to patrons who joined at the bonus content to your or higher. If that's you just log into your patriotic out to get your perks or if you've selected to have your perks email to, you can look there. 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"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"14 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Today we finished our twenty first book of the Bible Hosea Continues Today to prophesied God's people, and he reminds me there are consequences for their sins. Their hearts have wandered far from God, and it doesn't just show up in their religious practices. It shows up in their autonomous choice of leaders, and how they don't consult God about those decisions. It shows up in the way they look to other nations for help and pay tribute to pagans, instead of trusting in God for their needs. Our relationship with God isn't is located to where we spend our Sunday mornings. Nearness to God impacts every area of our lives, and so does turning away from him. They tried to solve the problem by becoming more religious, but they were adding false gods and pagan altars into the mix instead of turning to Yala. He compares their actions to another tragic event. We read about remember back. Judges Nineteen when a man and his concubine were traveling home, and stopped to spend the night in the town of Gabay and the tribe of Benjamin then a bunch of the leaders of Gabay kidnapped her raped her, beat her and left her for dead. God is saying that Israel as a whole has acted that way. Imagine a whole nation of people who just do whatever they want to please themselves harm others in the process and feel no remorse. And you may recall that the wicked actions of leaders in the tribe of Benjamin led to a major rift among the tribes Sin Brings Division. As a result of the way, God's people have abused his blessings and forgotten him. God says he will reverse their freedom. They will go back to Egypt and Assyria. As captives and exiles after all this time, they still haven't learned to trust guide, and after all this time they'll return to their original place of bondage in Egypt. This will serve as discipline for them training them trust him. Chapter Eleven is a beautiful poem where God compares his relationship with Israel to a father and a son. I One says out of Egypt. I have my son. This is clearly a reference to God's rescue of the Israelites from Japan slavery, but it also serves a secondary purpose that would only be revealed several hundred years later, this first foreshadows God calling Jesus and his parents out of Egypt where they've been living for two years when Jesus was a baby and toddler. And this versus quoted in reference to Jesus in Matthew Two fifteen. Okay to Efriam Israel God talks about raising them up teaching them how to walk healing them, feeding them comforting them easing their burdens, but they are bent on turning away from him. His Heart Burns with anger at their actions and he promises to punish them. But then he has a shift in tone. His heart softens towards him and he relents. God's emotions are so complex. In Chapter Twelve Jose recounts the story of Israel's Patriarch Jacob, and he urges them to keep living out of the relationship God began with them all the way back then. He lets them know they're not alone and reminds them that God is the one who started all this and that God can be trusted to continue it. Verse six says by the help of your God return both passed to love and justice and wait continually for your guide. Their. Hope lies in the fact. That God will help them to do what he's called them to do. God will equip them with what they need to repent and remained faithful to himself. But Jose Anos. They won't lean into this help. They'll continue to do things as they've always done them. They'll pursue and independence, and as verse fourteen six reminds US abundant provisions can make you forget the provider. It says they had grazed. They became full. They were filled, and their heart was lifted up. Therefore, they forgot me. The problem is sheep, and they're terrible eyesight and their short term memory is that their awareness often terminates on what's right in front of them? They can't see any further ahead and they can't remember what it's like to be hungry. But when God gives gifts to his kids, it's intended to arc our hearts upward to him in praise. A gift is just a way to connect you to the giver. If our affection terminates on the gift itself. We're better off not having it because it's going to go away anyway. It's going to break or fade or be forgotten or just be a disappointment. Kind of like King Saul the king. They asked for and regretted. Jose begs them to return to God to break their foreign alliances and renounce their idolatry. He promises they will be met with love. God initiated a relationship with them long ago. They've consistently broken the Kevin with them yet here. He is pursuing them in to renew the covenant. The story of Hosea and Gomer and the story of God and Israel. Both served to show us. The God's love is bigger than our sin. God's words to Israel apply to all of us. We're all like this more often than were not. And God's heart is to heal and save a people like US meeting us in the midst of our sin with open arms. My favorite God shot for today came in eleven seventy nine. That's why God is angry. And he saying he's GonNa, cut off Israel, but then there's this really tender shift in verse eight where God's compassion and mercy swooping. Listen to this transition from verse seven diverse eight from his righteous anger to his gracious love. Verse Seven Says My. People are bent on turning away from me. And though they call out to the most high, he shall not raise them at all. And Verses Eight and nine say. How can I give you up Ephraim? How can I hand you over? O. Israel? How can I make you like asthma? How can I treat you like Zabbaleen? My Heart recoils within me. My compassion grows warm and tender. I will not execute my burning anger I will not again destroy Ephraim. Prime God and not a man. The Holy One in your midst and I will not come in wrath. Because of Christ God's wrath has a landing place. He received it. We don't we get the relationship. And all of its benefits provision hope disciplined mercy grace, and of course. Joy. Because, he's where the joyous. One of my favorite things I do every year is lead small tours to Israel. We usually go once a year sometimes more. The chips are usually ten days total eight days on the ground in Israel plus a travel day on each end depending where you're coming from, we visit the places of Jesus Life Ministry. Death and resurrection where Jewish tour guide Moshe gives us the back story than I take US deeper into the scriptures for short devotional 's. We also have some Optional Fund outings like floating in sea into being on the Jordan River. We stay great hotels see stunning landscapes and eat the best food in the world. But most of all we come home with a deeper knowledge of the word and a deeper love for the Lord. Kept the groups at around twenty five people per trip, which is small enough that we can still get to know each other and have a fun group dynamic. Both men and women are welcome to join us, and we'd love to have you on one of our upcoming trips. If you're even slightly interested. Fill out the interest form on our site today and.

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"14 years" Discussed on Modern Figures Podcast

Modern Figures Podcast

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"14 years" Discussed on Modern Figures Podcast

"I listen to their problems in their listen to minds that I have with With singer and We meet on an soon or we do a conference call and last month. I went to Miami to meet up with Some of the core people Zinger And we talked about the direction of Zinger and We were basically discussing How are we gonNA advertise the cities? We're going to go to and we talked about the plan for Zinger cool cool so I know you. Have you know plan for the company so in the future? Do you ever see yourself hiring any of your siblings. They're going to start their own company. House response they don't need my CEO of their company. You have the the talk down. She's got the language I think she's got the brain so that it seems like she's got the whole package over there they also. How did you design the APP Blake? When you talk with the team that you have. Do you tell them like the idea. That's in your head in a way that you want to get it done and you guys kind of iterating like what is that. Look like Gwen. I thought of Zinger. I thought of Z. Sign so on the APP It has Z Z symbol. It's like a sideways and it stands for Zinger and it's red because I like read. That's cool so that's the logo you're talking about. Yes what about the APP itself like any aspects of the APP that you felt like we need women who used to be able to do this so the APP Khanna works like Uber. So you log in put your information in and you are able to log into Zinger and when you also make up a password and then you log into Zinger and it has. It has a map a map of all the cars. That's in your area. The cars are yellow. And so the thing about Zinger. Is You know the red needles attacked. Yes you can specifically where you want to be picked up and specifically where you want to be dropped off so you don't have to have the hassle of typing in the entire address because you might not know the entire address you just don't want the driver to go to your house. So that's a really good security feature there so they'll never really have access to your address information. Just your GEO location. Yes that's really smart. Kuku Cocoa Man. I want to use this. I know that Safety is definitely a huge concern. And that's you know having access to a person's location their house their information like there's been new stories where drivers have come back to people's houses because they saved the address but not basically by removing that layer. You've definitely getting rid of that problem. Yes sweepers smart design. Are there any other cool features Singer also we have to features. We have normal. Zinger Elliott Zinger safe and Zinger is for men and women and Dinger safe is for. It's for only for women. Would Zinger safe? You only have female drivers so you can get in the car with these specific women drivers but Zinger is for men and women. They can just get in. The car goes Mar. Yeah but they can do like safe mode. I anchor safe yes well. That's pretty cool okay. So we've got a young entrepreneur s with a tech business attack business and I just have general questions so let's say I not as brilliant as you are fourteen. But I've got some thoughts about what I might do to start a business. Where do you? Where do you even start you? Just start with an idea and you just go with your idea go with the flow and you will eventually get there. So did your dad help a lot in the process by connecting you with people or would you say like you kind of knew the types of people that you needed. I definitely think my dad for giving me all these connections in all these opportunities to share Zinger with I know that I wouldn't be up to me all these people now and so only about community And I'm definitely glad that my mom's here to help me and support me. She's on my board of Advisors We just had a a little brother to the studio so yeah. I think that's really cool. I think I've told Kyle this before. I've actually known your dad. Since I was a freshman in college allowed. You dance everybody fourteen years. Wow which is how old you are in code. So she's known you're almost as long as your whole life really funny but yeah. I think it's really important that you know young people. Take the time to network and get to know other people and it doesn't have to start when you considered an adult like when you reach eighteen. You gotta start now forming relationships with people because you never know where it can lead. Yeah and a lot of things we talk about on the podcast there about you know the value of community and other people and being able to share talent so the fact that you know this is such an early age like and you can grab onto it and use it for the rest of your career is really good in general. Why do you think it's important for teenagers to have businesses or do you think it's important as a two is it? You know not too much trouble as more trouble than it's worth or is that something that everyone should be thinking about. I do believe that teens should have their own businesses because it teaches you a lot about the real world and it teaches you about. Math teaches you about science. It teaches you about stem and You don't even have to be that smart to start a business. You just have to have a awesome idea and just go for it..

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"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

Hell and Gone

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

"I've heard from multiple sources throughout the years. That one police theory is the drugs may have been involved in Rebecca's murder and two names. Keep getting mentioned as persons of interests with those theories. There's Chris who has a criminal record and has been in and out of prison, drug charges and his fringe Abby. Taylor, James, and I go back to the murder board looking at the web of facts, we need to untangle to get to the truth. So what is like? Because it sounds like you have like a like a process that you go through like a method like so what is going to be like your approach to we look at the pictures, Chris and baby to the trend? No. These guys have been arrested a lot for drugs, but that doesn't necessarily mean that they'd commit murder to tell them what they like innocence with wanna hear presentable. Since the police won't share their evidence with us. We've got a long road ahead as we try to solve this case, but also know that because we're not the police, we have shot at having someone talked to us that hasn't before or finding something new that will break the case wide open. Someone in this town know something and I'm not leaving until we find out who killed her beca gold. I think to be really good at this job. You have to be able to stand back and look at it like a chess game. Otherwise you're not going to be any good at the shop. Save. Okay. Rebecca's family, they love her and obviously that your priority anyone help him if you get to mostly involved and you, you're not doing their job properly. Right? The torture, their back as family is gone years, worship light, knowing they live in the same town, knowing what had happened. Not really. The weird thing to me is life went on for all these people, so, but. They're still living with it and you can feel it people talk about in the town all the time. It's a tough case. I don't know why we can do, but I kind of began. I'm Katherine Townsend, and this. Is Helen gone. Helen gone is joint production between how stuff works in school of humans. It is written and recorded by me. Katharine Townsend Taylor church is our producer story editor, audio, editing, and design by Jonathan sleep. Mix engineer Mathu of audio, mixing and love by tune. Welders, executive producers, Brandon bar LC Croly for school. If humans and Connel burn and Chuck Ryan for how stuff works. Our field producer James Morrison. A researcher is saying closer Matt theme and original spore by been solely available wherever you get your music. To dig into the investigation. Please visit Helen gone podcast dot com or follow us on social media. Hi, I'm Daniel and I'm and we're here to tell you all about our brand new podcast. Danial Hora explain the universe in this podcast. Gonna talk about a lot of things, mostly physics and the universe. All those big mysteries scientists. A lot of things left to figure out even pretty basic stuff. Like what is space? What is time? What is stuff made out of which movie gets time travel. Right. That's an important question. Scientists. Are we alone in the universe? What is a black hole anyway with inside a black? That's what it's mostly me and hor, hey, riffing on stuff, we find fun and fascinating and hilarious. Look for Daniel more, hey, explained the universe. We'll try to cover just about everything in the everything. Every dollar shebang. The whole shebang from cats to planets, two black holes and tiny part of this.

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"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

Hell and Gone

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

"View. So that's it. This is where Becca stay the last weekend pro-life. We finally find it blue gray, double wide trailer in the middle of nowhere at the end of dirt road, whatever bad thing happened to Rebecca. It started here. She probably crawled into bed maybe hoping to catch a few minutes of her favourite. Nine AM show live with Regis and Cathy or maybe to take a quick nap before meeting. Her sister is the about this this area. That's weird. Is that like you're back in the woods, right? There's like literally so many little rat trails, weird little. Runs back way. You know. We'll be right back. If you're going to build something from nothing, you've got to know what really works. I took a thousand dollar loan built a five billion dollar business, and now I make smart investments, new businesses on shark tank. I'm Barbara Corcoran. Now I'm sharing my secrets on my podcast, cold business unusual. You might think that looking at someone's resume and asking them a lot of questions are the key to finding the right person for a position you dead wrong, follow business unusual on iheartradio subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Let's start with the obvious true crime fans know. The police usually look hard at the boyfriend became c was publicly cleared very early in the investigation according to the Arkansas state police. He was at work all day on Monday and out that night with multiple witnesses since he thought Rebecca left school, he stayed overnight with a group of friends, did not return to the house until the police called him at work on Tuesday. Casey had an airtight alibi, so who else could have known that Rebecca would be out here in the middle of nowhere alone. Another thing that bugs me about this case is it Monday morning is a weird time for a murder. I've tried reaching out the police before, but I've had very little luck. But now that we're here doing the podcast, a wanna let loan forcement note that we're here to help, and we'll share any information that we're given. Wait. So who is the lead investigator on the case, there is more in Dennis, so Dennis is in charge the investigation. Mark is the head of the Arkansas state police division. So he has to get permission for any, you know, visual interviews or anything like that. And I talked to Mark before Mark was the original detective on the case. Marc is also mashed about the case. Mark is the one who told me a few years ago. When I've talked, I talked to him ambushed him in his office like that. He thought that we're going to have to he. He thought they were going to have to think outside the box, you know, get some outside help on the case. Then it got assigned Dennis because Mark got promotion rights. He's like in charge of the whole thing. Rebecca's case involved law enforcement from several different jurisdictions. The county sheriff's department responded to the initial crime scene, but the sheriff very quickly handed the case over to the Arkansas. Police a few months later, the case was given to Dennis Simon's of Arkansas state police. It's been Dennis's case ever since his satellite office is a room at the back of the stone county sheriff's department. A few blocks past the town square. I leave James Taylor in the car and then head in alone, get some good stuff from Dennis armaments on his good side. Yes, because if he can help us out, then we can help him out. I mean, we have the same goals so seems like it would be advantageous for him to help us out. You know, I think now it's just gonna be playing the waiting game for a while. But I mean, I guess the longer we wait the better. Yeah, exactly. Because that means he's talking to her and hasn't signed the door interface. I'm pretty nervous going into Dennis because I've heard that he's a former military drill sergeant who does things by the book. Normally you'd wait to be called into an officer's office, but since there's no receptionist, I decided to take shot. I summon every ounce of what I hope looks like sweet southern charm walk straight in and sit down. Coming to her face. She's smiling, looks like, I don't know. It's hard to tell. Let's see what she says. About twenty minutes actually. All right. So he's clearly very, he's got, I could see the case files with records picture on them taking up several shelves up there in his office. He's clearly very passionate about the case. He really wants to solve it. But he's also like like I've got a couple years till retirement like I wanna make it their love to prosecute this case before retirement. But you know, I'm not allowed to talk about this case. So he said there's been a lot of heartbreak. In the case, there's been a lot of missed opportunities. There's been, you know, a lot of he's just said, it's been a lot of tweet us the exact phrase that there's been a lot of twists and turns in this case that made it difficult. He said, what he needs now is something from the crime scene. One of them is the murder weapon. He confirmed that, but he said that's already been out in the media. He said he does not want to say with the other items are because he's like, I'll get fired. Did he say anything about Casey? I asked him about that and he said, he's absolutely certain that Casey was at work at the time. Also said that there have been a lot of people have come in and given statements, but he said they're all like methods druggies unreliable witnesses. Ainhoa he's going to be very hard case to prosecute based on what those people said, but I don't look, is he right? I don't know, but he's not a is that it's very helpful to know that that is what the cops think.

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"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

Hell and Gone

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

"Know. Air conditioning. Hi, my name's James Morrison, and I'm trying to get in touch with Steve worth them. So Taylor, James put on their report hats and try to find the last person to see Rebecca alive. Convinced stuff at the breakfast disconnect that. Just work was. And is that relation, is that your daughter. No. We're involved in the search or anything, and. Culture of other several times, hopefully do about something. But. I didn't. They gonna know who did. To talk about the police have to know who did it. Julius. Jason. Platon. When you come out. Let's see. We can find his niece. Hi, my name's James Morrison. Trying to get in touch with Jessica shrivel. They did know there. Folks. I don't know how you would get. Yeah, so I was just talking with our uncle Steve. Yeah, he, he'd given me. This number must have given me the wrong one. Hi. Well, thank you. As a friend. I are. Oh, and then also where she worked, I can give them a call. Jessica, I hate to bother you work. This is the only number that I had. I just spoken to your uncle Steve, and e told me that I should talk to you. And I was wondering, you know if there may be a better time to call you if you'd be interested in talking with me. That's fine. This is Jessica shrivel. She was working as a cashier at the Moslem trot on the morning that Rebecca went missing. Really person? Yes. Hardly ever worked to Monday Monday. You don't remember something till it, you know something significant happens and then it'll. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. So having Casey canyon several several times, you know, and I remember Cup, she'll be an big. And so that's what she positive. That's confident. Yeah, yeah. That is like the catchy breakfast sandwich was wife. You know, you just gotta morning. Sure. Okay. So I was at work had Paulson trod the put sobbed hand. She actually come in. I cannot remember what was going to say like it wasn't busy. So I'm the site probably. After people went to work eight thirty to ten o'clock that morning and Kamien choose someone that like if I seen her, you know like, oh, that's, you know, Casey's friend or whatever. So anyway, so them when she live, I walked outside behind her. Bought a newspaper picked up. The newspaper was come that you know, when you pick up something, you stop and look and she got your car and she left and I remember looking at her car and she was going towards, I say, home got road, you know right out of there in so then that's that's really the only thing I knew until probably Thursday when among them in and said, you know, almost dairy. Refrain dick, which she got a big poster. She was like this extreme in when she she was like, I say anybody hers. And so I was like, oh, probably, you know, she was in and that's it. And she just bought. Like, you know, starts yelling at me like you've got a call the police in. You know, that would scare anybody out. I was like, oh, I don't. I don't know anything. I said, I just remember. I said she was in here. She's like, you've got a call. I think maybe I gave her number or then said, you know, you could somebody can call me. I need to something like that and then like holy to three days later, that's. I was contacted by think that the Mark Amar colleagues. I was talking to him. I didn't even realize, oh, she's missing. You know, she's read something like that. At some point. He said something during our conversation, and I said, you know, do you do you think she's dead? Then he's like, it looks that way. And I was like. Oh my gosh, you know, like I didn't. You know, until that point, I didn't realize that it was like anything like that. You know, I just thought she's missing really worried about her, you know. But of course that the details about one, you know. And is Canada. You don't think anything like that. That's like the farthest that you would ever think is you know, happened to her after Rebecca left the possum trot. She would've turned right down the road toward Casey's house guy on. So we do the same thing. We drive out to Casey's house. Of course, it doesn't show up on a map for on GPS. Look that guy in population eighty six right. This is nowhere like this is way more remote than Mountain View.

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"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

Hell and Gone

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

"That. Data. I've watched you live and you've always done well, and I wanna. So those, that's my last memory. From our time. So would that said, obviously I knew I knew nothing about what was going to happen next. And for some reason, I'm thinking it was only a few weeks before this happened after that could been a month couple months. But when it happened. That that disbelief. I don't know. You're here. You're in. You're in a state of shock, and you've never been through something like this before and you don't know the next step. So you obviously begin to turn along for sment and people you trust to. To answer your questions into into kind of help point you the right direction. In the years sensor back murder, Larry is his own investigation. He's written countless letters to the police and the prosecutors. He's hired PI's and gone to the press. At some point. He even talked to a clairvoyant. At first, he was cooperative patient. The law abiding citizen who raised his kids to respect God, the American flag and the police. But after several years past with no arrests, Larry grew frustrated. He felt like the police were stonewalling him. So we went to the media and he hasn't spoken to the Arkansas state police sense. The investigators in charge of the case, believe that by going to the press Larry hurt the investigation. If you ever murdered on salt. You go artists to to come up with with the facts and to get any kind of conviction. So there needs to be some parameters built into the law enforcement the where that any at certain given point. And I'll just use of reference five years, say five years, you give law enforcement everything they can possibly do at the end of five years, the family, as long as they're not considered to be. Apostle suspect. They should have the right to come in and maybe at that point, not look at the file, but they certainly have a right to look at certain things, and then to bring in qualified people representing them at some point in time you need, you need to be able to access the entire file. It is a cold case. They want me have her any of her forensics. They wouldn't let me have any of her of the medical. The the comical findings caused caused death was on a desert, but you know, sometimes that gets put on a definite desert typic- and that's an error. And you just want other people to be able to look at this. According to Beck, is autopsy report. The cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head probably with just one or two blows. Nobody's been able to confirm this for me yet. But I've heard over the years that the murder weapon may have been a piano leg was this as some people have speculated a preplanned crime or did her killer hitter as hard as they could. And then panic when she started bleeding. By the time Rebecca's body was found it had been out in the elements for a week. Her body was badly decomposed, which makes determining an exact time of death difficult and the media reports state that Rebecca dropped Casey off at work on Monday morning. There's another rumor going around that. She was actually killed over the weekend. Rebecca's car had dark tinted windows is a possible that someone else was driving her car that morning. To understand Rebecca's death. We need to take the same ride. She took on the last day. She was alive. we head to the possum trot the local gas station back in the day. Rebecca was a regular these days. It's pretty deserted. It super hot there. Yeah, no, like a sauna. I headed behind the counter. There's a black and white TV playing old western and watching it and me Nolde man the cashier. She knows who I am talk to the case. That's weird here last time I was in year, I can't remember. I've been working on this Rebecca goal coal case, so come by few times. Before she. How you doing with that? You know, we've actually made a lot of aggress pips and. Know.

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"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

Hell and Gone

07:15 min | 3 years ago

"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

"Usual. Just start looking over the next week. Police launched a massive manhunt for Becca, friends and family paper. The town with wanted posters, missing Rebecca Gould, blond hair, Brown eyes. One hundred and three pounds, hundreds of volunteers scoured the woods. It seemed like the whole town was looking for Becca, some of them screamed her name. So if she was hurt and bleeding in a sinkhole or barn, she would hear them and on September twenty seventh, the search ended. Just she didn't deserve what happened to her. There is any other way to like, help get this out there without having ask you fear it. I, you know. She was a good person in these sheet. You know and cared for all in. Okay, his favor, it's okay. I guess I know that you guys were best friends and really close, and I'm trying to understand what was going on in her life before she died. We just moved to Fayetteville, where living with Tiffany, my other sister and we were in college. She was trying to make her lock better as far as cooking in the college moving on to fade Ville and becoming somebody which relationship been like county police. I don't want. I mean, I don't contact anybody other than you want all. There's just no point. I mean, what would you like to see happen. Someone actually care and. Help us solve it and get the correct people. That took her lie. Is it okay with you reveal came with us on your dad. That's perfectly than. Do anything you want to help, you know. Get saw too, because it's not fair to no one to lose someone in just to know not have any closure. I was challenging. To listen to. She hold it together incredibly well. You can feel just the pain in her eyes like you just wanted to give her all the time. It's just like, no, I wanted to do is kinda give you a hug, but I also don't want to be like, I'm a stranger. I'm putting my body. I'm not a big hugger. She's on either really. But you know. Rebecca's body was found down a steep embankment off highway nine, five miles south of Melbourne near devil's knob wildlife management area. Even though the body was near the road and just a few miles from the county sheriff's department for body was hidden by thick wall of trees. It's a day that local journalists, George, Jared, who covered the case extensively will never forget. He saw Rebecca still wearing the black briefs and t-shirt that she wore to bed. George was a twenty four year old cub reporter when Rebecca was killed, and hers was the first murder case he ever covered. It's really strange to say this, but I never knew her, but there's no. She had a profound impact on my career as anything. What happened was actually the newspaper, it was weekly newspaper. I would call all the police agencies in my coverage area. One of them was the county sheriff's department, so I call them. It was probably Monday or Tuesday. She disappeared that Monday, September twentieth to Johnson four. And so I called them and I know I called him on Monday, probably called him on Tuesday. But you know, when you're dealing with small agencies that they don't have murders. I mean, not very rarely. So I'd call needed say anything, you know it was, you know, well, nothing going on here Georgia's, right. I've covered a lot of true crime cases and annot that police often hold back information that only the killer would know from the public. But in this case they won't even verify basic information. Some. Time, Tuesday, they went to Casey McCullough's house. The story is, you know, she went and dropped him off at work, and then she went to the possum trot. Convenience store got a couple of things and then left went back to his house. And then somewhere sometime during the morning she died. And so during this process actually met Danielle and surely her mother and Larry, they were down at the sheriff's department when I went down and I started talking to them literally the next day Thursday, they were out around guy and near where Casey McCullough's houses and they were looking searching. And I literally watch Larry taking posters of his daughter and taping them to, you know, those guide wires are EROs. I mean that go around like a curve at he was. I mean, obviously you can't do that number one. And number two, nobody driving any speed even be able to see her make out what it was. But when I saw him doing that, it just crush me. And so. So I was out there searching with them, you know, looking. The next Monday I got to work really, really early like five o'clock in the morning. I just went in. I just had this feeling I need to go back to Melbourne, and so I drove down there went to the courthouse now in the morning. A lot of, you know, these elderly women would walk around the courthouse and they were talking there were several of them down there. And so I, I parked my vehicle got out and I walked up to him couple of overheard a couple as talk and that there were Surgers behind our out near this woman's property somewhere. So I said, could you tell me where you live? And she told me and it was out it was down Arkansas, nine, you know, connecting Mountain View with Melbourne. And so she said, oh, yeah, they're out there. And she had said something about a smell. I went out there and you know, I saw a bunch of cars lined up on the side of the road. It's new something was there? Well, I ran into a searcher that I ha- he, I've met him through the surging. I'd seen him and I said, hey, heard you guys around her looking for Rebecca out here, and he was pointing goes, she's right there. And it's our. She was right off the road. So like she's asleep.

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"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

Hell and Gone

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"14 years" Discussed on Hell and Gone

"You doesn't four. Can you today timber sixteen. It was. It started with a win right. She went missing the next day, which would be there to this may have been the first day that she was reported missing on Tuesday. Although, again, we need to confirm that everyone tells me day. Some people say Mondays and people say Tuesday. I'm sure the police would at least confirm that maybe their search for. Days that Friday that is Friday the twenty fourth. You can see a picture of the missing posters to Rebecca Gould. Blond hair, Brown eyes, one hundred, three pounds. So Friday, the twenty four th at made the Baxter Bolton. According to authorities, she'd visited a guy last weekend, failed return to Fayetteville in her car with her purse keys and money. And it was found at the friends house. The friend is not considered a suspect. This appearance according to Arkansas state police Lieutenant Bill beach. Yeah. See in the beginning it was confusing because there was a report that she'd been seen that afternoon. It looks like, but that was later found to be not true. So it just kinda goes to show when stories come out after the fact. There's often a lot of facts wrong. Officials suspect, foul play there. It is. What is that? Is that the the, we. Quite time there. Several people of interest, no particular suspect. So it says here. Search area. Monday morning found the body thirty five feet down the embankment of the highway. I think the the George guy knows because he was one of the first people body since we have no forensics. And so few details have been revealed about this case. We have to focus on victimology. We have to enter the mind of the crime victim. So the weakened understand the relationship with her killer or killers to understand her death. We have to go back to the last weekend of her life. So we had to talk to the person who knew her best. Her sister Danielle. Starting to mountain home for. So it was your sister that got you interested in this or put this case on your radar in the first place, Fred about it, but Carolina because Caroline was friends with Daniel. I would hear about it more, you know, like over the years of this kind of hear what was going on and then it was solved. And when I met and y'all got really personal. Rebecca was only a year older. Danielle, they were best friends. When yell talks about the day. Her sister was murdered. It's obvious. She's not just relating information about that horrific day. She's reliving it, it sensitive subject matter. She's talk about her sister, maybe being sexually assaulted and everything like that. This is close. We're gonna get to being insider back as head and that final twenty eight hours on the Friday before Rebecca disappeared. She and Danielle drove from fable where they had recently moved into an apartment together back to Mountain View. Like a lot of that age Rebecca's life was in transition. Danielle is visibly emotional as she remembers the last conversation that she ever had with her sister. She remembers that Rebecca was looking forward to starting college and future. She had her whole life ahead of her. When they got to town two sisters split up, Danielle stayed with her boyfriend, Nick while we're headed out to spend the weekend with Casey. After Beck murder, Danielle went onto marry Nick. They had two daughters, but of sent separated. She's been through some tough times and had health issues that have affected her memory. Despite how physically and mentally hard this is for her. She's determined to help find her sister's killer. Can you just sort of take me through what happened from the time that you guys got in the car to win? You dropped her off in the last you talk to her Li got in the car in Lee started to try back home. We had flat tire, like twenty miles starting miles away. She changed it. She could change us higher. Yeah, it surprised me. Remember if I told apologized Nick's house in she? Yes, she probably taught me off there and she left to go to Casey's and we're gonna meet back up Monday in favor. Danielle remembers waiting for a Becca, the sinking feeling in her stomach when her sister never showed up. We were supposed to meet early that morning, and I knew I think I just knew something was wrong. And we'd gotten phone calls, you know, she could be found driving out there. Mean I was just sick already destroying. They really, she remembers driving up to Casey's house and seeing the flurry of police activity there. That was a moment when she figured out that her sisters crash pad was a crime scene. Did you talk to her again? Did you talk to her again? I don't think it did, but that was not unusual right life for her to write at turn on hang out, usual.

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