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Devin Booker scores 51 points in 3 quarters, Suns rout Bulls
"Devin Booker had a season high 51 points, including 26 and the third quarter as the sun's defeated the bulls one 32 to one 13. Booker hit 20 of 25 shots, including 6 of 7 three pointers as the sons picked up their 6 consecutive win and improved their record to a Western Conference best 15 and 6. I just felt like a double sized ram out there that if I rise up, it's going on. Deandre ayton recorded a 7 straight double double with 30 points and 14 rebounds debar Derozan led the bulls with 29. George Canada, Phoenix
'The Freedom Records' Is Trying to Warn Americans About Socialism
"Back with my friend, my colleague, Morgan zagers, who has started a video audio history of chronicle of those who are really warning America of what they lived through under socialism under communism. It's called the freedom records. Everybody needs to see it share it and use what they learn there to help us prevent that occurring here. Can you share with us that the top one or two? Which of the interviews who was it, where were they from that kind of just, you know, you've been studying this for years now, but which of these interviews just hit you so hard that made you think, oh my gosh, this is so serious. Yeah, I mean, it's actually really difficult because for me, I've, to be honest, I've never really had an interview job before. It's never really been something that I've done. And so to be in a situation where I'm interviewing people about some of the most traumatic moments of their life, it's a very humbling experience. And so we've done about 20 total so far. And they're still getting released every month, but what really has struck me, we interviewed a couple women from communist China. One of them was Jennifer Zhang. I'm not sure if you are familiar with her, but she's very active on social media if you guys want to find her accounts. I can send you the links. And her experiences be telling them to me on the interview, for example, are very somber. There's a lot of crying. There's a lot of sniffles and tissue breaks. And so from the production standpoint, our team, I mean, the camera crew, they aren't even familiar with a lot of these topics. We just hired a camera crew. And so at the end of filming, they come to me in there like Morgan. We had no idea that any of this was going on. And that's because most Americans have no idea that this is going on because our education system our mainstream media, the institutions in our country help communist China perpetuate certain narratives. So interviewing her about the breakup of her family about her faith that she had that eventually led her to be put into a re-education camp where she is tortured, and then, if she's not tortured that day, sent to a slave labor camp that is built right next to the re-education camp, well, I mean, it's really, really a tough situation to hear about. That being said, here's my frustrating part, okay? We interview her. It's a firsthand testimony. She eventually escapes the camp and makes it to America, would be one goal of telling her story, like we're doing right now. I put it on social media, but of course, big tech, they look at that kind of information where she's explaining how she's forced to do labor for American companies to sell American goods to American citizens. And what do you know? I get flagged for sharing false information by big tech. And I'm told your page is going to be shut down.
Biden Administration Stays Silent on China Protest
"Here it is. Cut 22 after I'm being asked about the COVID protests in China. Cut 20%. Here you look at what's happening here in China is certainly not reticent at all to criticize the United States. If you disagree if the United States disagree with this zero COVID policy, why not let it be known to everybody? Shame on every part of the Biden administration for their silence here. They were silent when Hong Kong was put under the thumb. They were silent when a million Uighurs are put into concentration camps. They have been silent over the suppression of the Catholic Church in China. They are now silent, as people are hustled away into taxicabs in little bits, freedom, moving through. We get to see little glimpse at former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tonight, tweeted less than an hour ago. We stand with the Chinese people. I'd like to hear the president say that because that is in fact what the American people believe we ought not to be kowtowing to China, regardless of how much we need them to be the world's factory. Now,
Rubiks Cube Inventor-Rubiks intro and wrap
"The inventor of the Rubik's Cube has some tips on how to solve the puzzle. Erno Rubik invented the cube in 1974 in Hungary. About three years to cross the borders. And after that, in two or three years, it became a real worldwide craze. The original three by three Rubik says 43 quintillion possible configurations. If a problem is complex, you need to how can I say divide the problem for smaller elements? In 2010, a group of mathematicians and computer programmers proved any Rubik's Cube can be solved in 20 moves for Rubik himself, give him a cube and before you know it. The current record holder solved a Rubik's Cube in 3.47 seconds. I'm Ed Donahue
Oath Keepers' Rhodes guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy
"The head of the group, all the keepers has been found guilty of charges connected to the capital insurrection. I Norman hall. A Washington D.C. jury convicted oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes of seditious conspiracy for violent plot to overturn president Joe Biden's election, wrote was acquitted on two other conspiracy charges, defense attorney at tarpley. We're grateful for the not guilty verdicts that were received, were disappointed in the guilty verdict. The case handed the Justice Department a major victory in its massive prosecution of the January 6th, 2021 insurrection, seditious conspiracy, calls for up to 20 years behind bars and appeal will be filed. Norman hall, Washington
Just for Today, Support USA Soccer!
"Okay, I'm going to admit I'm not a big soccer fan, but I am today USA USA. They got a beat. I ran. And I'm going to say I ran. Did you see this reporter yesterday? Lecturing the USA soccer team? And the brilliant response by the young man who happens to be black, who was willing to defend America? To an Iranian reporter? Are you kidding me? This is a regime that is brutal. They are nothing short of evil. And there's a journalist from Iran who has the audacity to lecture us about what a terrible racist nation we are, you know, because of Black Lives Matter at all. Iran? You can not make this crap up. And so gosh, I hope I hope we beat Iran 20 to nothing today. And again, I don't even like soccer.
Ryan Girdusky Wants to See the GOP Focusing on Moving Forward
"I wanted to ask you a little bit about kind of just things moving forward because I really do think our party needs to have some kind of cohesiveness in terms of not just tactics, but also some kind of vision, because right now it seems like things are a little confused, maybe because we don't have a clear plan. I think you mentioned crime did really well because people in California and New York are probably experienced crazy crime, especially in cities. But I wonder if people who live in Iowa who live in other places in the country do they respond to a lot of that or do you think those candidates need to be speaking about things that really affect the people who live there, how they can make their lives better? Oh, absolutely. I think you're right. I think that Willis and crime is up not only in cities, but they are also up in the world. That is that is a misnomer that people really haven't picked up. And I think crime is up 20 or 30% in rural areas. And there are also independent suburban areas. So I think crime is the issue that brings suburban voters in on. And I just think they got distracted on some of these. I don't want to say culture war things because it's not culture. We're certainly crime as a culture issue. But I wish that the focus is more on quality of life than it was necessarily esoteric conversations on abortion bans that couldn't happen even if we wanted them to. Like even if every Republican or if they're not all die hard pro lifers, but even if they were, the votes weren't there. So rather than getting lost. And by the way, pro life governors all won reelection. It wasn't that they were against regulation. It's that the idea of a nationwide ban free them out more than a statewide ban is Ohio or statewide ban. Their governor to one one by 26 points. I think that that really, really, the idea of a nationwide ban for them out in a way that this state regulations. Because let's face it, most don't have an abortion. And then apparently that abortion. But half of men and then the women get abortions, it's a minister percentage of the population. So it's not about the realistic aspects of actually getting an abortion where you find one. It's the overarching idea of having this taken away nationwide. I think that brings them out more than the actual marketing. Because we were inching away against abortion for a long time when we had 20 heartbeat. Heartbeat, you had to think of a parent prevention reminder. You had to wait for days. The number of abortions was declining substantially. But what about they were against in their local level? I think people were actually doing this all gone tomorrow, freaked a lot of people out.
Glyn Jones Talks All Things Icebreaker Finance
"We'd start off with icebreaker finance. You guys made some headlines. I think it was two or three months ago now where icebreaker finance worked with maple finance, which is a lender of sorts. I'm going to allow you to explain it to listeners since you're going to be better than that, than I am. Do you guys made some headlines that you were moving to the mi fi sector right when all these mining firms were showing signs of holding distressed assets and interest payments that they were not able to make. So you guys were sort of seeing as maybe the savior coming in the 11th hour that was probably not a fair way of positioning it. But I think that's how a lot of people interpret it at the time. Now we're having you on the show to show you to talk about what you guys are boring against or lending out to people. But I hand it off to you. We'll talk about icebreaker finance maple finance and get a rundown on what those two are and how they interact together. So we earlier this year. And we really launched it with two thoughts in mind. The first is that we are of the view within the team that private credit markets going on chain with complete transparency of where do the capital come from and where is the capital going to on what terms, but with still all of the enforcement that is customary in any kind of commercial land. All of the security perfection, real world assets, collateral, all of that kind of good stuff. We think that's a tremendous opportunity that we're really keen to be a part of. So we're a collection of commercial bankers being in and around the game for a long time. I've spent more than 20 years in the industry, mostly the northern hemisphere. And we formed ice breaker, really, that we want to be part of what we think will be a real sea change in terms of how private credit markets work. And if that's a sort of a macro thesis, then within that question, but where do we want to start the journey? Well, for us, we wanted to start in the Bitcoin mining and digital asset infrastructure provider sector of borrowers that wanted to facilitate movement of capital from lenders to those borrowers and do it all on Jane.
Bernie Brillstein Sad Tale of John Belushi’s Last Days
"We're sitting at the palm one day and my manager is telling him, hey, this is my man AJ, we got a lot of things planned and gossiped and TV show that and Bernie was listening. As he's picking food off the plate, and I said to him, can I ask you about John Belushi? And my manager Howard, you know, kind of kicking my knee under the table as if to say, come on, come on. No, no, no. But I could tell Bernie would be cool. And he said to me, yeah, kid, what do you want to know? And before I could ask a pointed question, Bernie launched into how difficult it was at the end to manage John the addict. Not the talent. To manage the addict. And one story stick stuck with him forever. And you could sense it when he told the story. It was kind of, I guess, customary for managers back then to well, maybe John asked him whatever, but Bernie had kept a bunch of money in his safe that John had earned, and he kept a bunch of it in a safe, so John wouldn't waste it on shit. He was looking out for him. And at one point, during his really crazy, hazy drug days, he visited Bernie and he wanted that money from the safe. He asked for 1500 bucks in cash, and Bernie said, no, no, I'm not going to give it to you, John. You're going to waste it you're going to blow it on drugs, bullshit. You got a lot of things happening. You got a movie script. You got two movies waiting for you. There was a movie he wanted him to make called the joy of sex. There was the fatty arbuckle movie and Bernie was thinking about all that money coming in. And 1500 bucks on a Friday night or whatever the fuck it was. No, that could be a bunch of problems. But John kept bugging him. It's my money, Bernie. It's my money, Bernie. I'm not going to give you the money. You're going to use it on drugs, John. But eventually, he relented and as he said to me, what can I do? It's his money. He earned it. How could I keep it from him? So he relented and later that day he gave Belushi the cash and the rest is history. He spent that money on a bunch of drugs, cocaine and heroin, and that's how he died later at the chateau marmont. Injecting a speedball into his arm. So Bernie always felt somewhat responsible for that death.
How John Belushi Met Manager Bernie Brillstein
"So the first time Bernie brillstein met John Belushi was 15 minutes before the first taping of SNL. Two days before that, NBC's legal department sent Belushi an employment agreement and Belushi was worried because of a small clause that said NBC had the right to cancel his contract if he were disfigured. Now, you have to understand that cameras are ready to roll. And John still hadn't signed the contract. And an NBC executive was like pleading with brillstein and John to sign the agreement and Belushi leaned over to brillstein and said, would you sign this contract? And Bernie said, I designed the fucking contract, sign it. You can always break it. Let's make millions. You're just not going to find guys like that anymore. So that was the beginning of a very long and close relationship. While almost like father and son,
Watching SNL Is an American Right of Passage
"Frankly, when I think about SNL, you know, like most of us, I love that show, even when it's a shitty season or a shitty episode, I always have to watch it. And even if I watch it, I love to complain about the sketches. I thought was shit. It's become a right as Americans to complain about a show. Because it's ingrained in the fabric of America. So even if it sucks, we watch it and we get to tell our Friends that you see how fucking bad it was. That's what we do. That's why this country is great. And I'm glad that SNL has gone on to survive for many, many, many years.
'Welcome to Crazy Town' With Eric and John Zmirak
"To crazy town. I'm not going to John's mere trying to process the crazy. We were just talking about Donald Trump letting people into his life, whom he ought not to let into his life. And I think he never admits he's made a mistake or it's almost like a policy with him, don't apologize. Most of which I agree with actually because in many cases, when you do that, people just attack you more. But I will say this. You know, you have to consider to whom your apologizing if it's the woke mob that's slathering for blood, you know, you let it go. But when it comes to the neocons that he appointed, this is 6 years ago, I don't believe he understood what he was facing. I don't understand that he understood he's facing a deep state, a uni party people that are really basically against him and they're kind of coming on board almost to manage him and to make sure he can't achieve his agenda and to some extent he has spoken out against a number of them. But in any event, we have to go back to Nick Fuentes because this is the other end of the spectrum. This is somebody that Trump never never, never ought to have allowed to, you know, have a photo or a dinner. He needs to have a better filter. My fear, okay? My fear is that this terrible mistake of inviting this pitiful incel weirdo next fun days. That this will simply be used by the rhinos in his own entourage and family and circle, the rhinos who do surround him, this will be used to keep out real conservatives. So this will be used to limit the influence of somebody great like Steve Bannon or Mike lyndell or you because this will get you what this does is it feeds into the narrative that there is this dangerous far right movement out there. And we have to avoid being tarred by it, okay? Donald, we can't be tarred by association with this growing dangerous movement. None of which is true. Nick Fuentes is not leader of a dangerous movement. He is a cult figure for a small number of disaffected 20 year olds with nothing better to do than watch videos that make Holocaust jokes
Siakam scores 18 in return, Raptors beat Cavaliers 100-88
"He had 18 points and 11 rebounds after missing the last ten games with a strained adductor muscle. OG and OB led Ultron scores about 20, while Scotty Barnes chipped in 11 points off the bench. Darius Garland was the Cavs leading score 18 points in ten assists, while Donovan Mitchell was held to just 8 points in 25 minutes of action.
Mark Levin: Glad J. Michael Luttig Did Not Serve on SCOTUS
"J Michael ludik used to be a friend of mine I've been talking to him in a long time I have no interest in talking to him now quite frankly At first met him when I was 20 Going to law school And I was interning for the administrative assistant To the chief justice of the United States back then Warren Berger He had had the same position at one point later on I believe he went to the University of Virginia law school he clerked for chief justice burger not once but twice And there were very very close Each somebody who I supported way back when To go on the U.S. Supreme Court And all I can say is I'm glad he didn't I'm glad he didn't Because in the end he left the circuit court he went to work for Boeing as general counsel for some period of time And now he's busy writing things And it's too bad when you allow your politics in my humble opinion To affect your straightforward understanding and reading of the constitution
World Cup frenzy puts strain on Qatar's camels
"More than a million fans are in the country to watch soccer's big event. There's a lot to do. Take pictures with falcons, wander through the alleyways of traditional markets and ride on a camel's back. Ali jaber Al Ali is a camel herder. He says now we have 60 camels and even with 60 we can't catch up. We can't handle it. It's been busy and crowded. The tourist they love it. Argentina soccer fan Juan gua says it's actually an incredible feeling because you feel like a royal. Before the World Cup, Ali might fetch about 20 camel rides a day. It's been 500 rides in the morning, followed by another 500 in the evening. I'm Ed Donahue.
Matt Palumbo: The Truth in 'The Man Behind the Curtain'
"I thought you'd be a great guy to have on today Because Soros is part of this kind of great reset crowd And you know I know the fact checkers love to bounce all over these term new world order great reset the irony being It's usually their terms Not hours But they love the idea of a crisis Appending financial crisis a healthcare crisis Because they want to reorder society from the top down Soros is one of these guys He took advantage of the George Floyd incident to leverage his assets into this defund the police movement got all these prosecutors elected and look what happened Yeah I mean one of the weirdest things about the book is you know obviously it gets portrayed And I covered a lot of this stuff but it gets portrayed as a conspiracy theory when all the information I got on source is from source I mean his organization society foundation does an annual report and it's almost like a corporate ten K like an annual report of corporation with an issue where they go through their income their expenses where the money is going and all the info in my book is directly from Soros And then the response I get is oh that's not only curatorial it's somehow anti semitic So it's obviously impossible to win with these people but yeah everything I exposed about Soros is basically sourced from source himself and you were mentioning the defund the police movement and the fact checkers I just finished up with manuscript on the fast checking industry and cover the Soros has something of a role in that He's actually funded the pointer institute which is PolitiFact's parent company And I stumbled upon it by accident because I was Googling Soros name and I saw it paid ads Did you know you can pay for it you know to have your ad placement on Google search results and there was a paid ad from PolitiFact And it said something like you know learn the truth about George Soros and it was one of these fact checks where they're trying to downplay him by debunking somebody tangential So they were saying like yeah it's not true he gave tens to hundreds of millions of dollars to Black Lives Matter He just gave the money to these 20 groups that believe it identical things to them and also protests and riots So that's kind of how they operate And yeah that's the source of gender right now
Dan Bongino: We're in a Bubble Right Now
"Jim do you remember during the real estate bubble right before like 2007 or so You don't have to agree with me The rules not you can open your mic and save crazy It never happened to me But I specifically remember sipping around the housing market Seeing everything was really expensive and saying to myself gosh this seems really high And at least 20 or 30 smart people I know I'm not talking about libs either I'm talking about just regular average kind of moderate voters whatever involved in politics but not too involved said to me now man land they ain't building more It's gonna continue right Did you not hear something like that A real estate It'll never go down man They're not everybody needs housing I heard a thousand excuses and I thought to myself well that doesn't make sense Because again why don't they have like a Bentley factory in the middle of Haiti Huh No I'm serious Why don't they make roses in Haiti For that to sell them in Port-au-Prince Because there's just not an economy there to support it In other words sooner or later you got to have a product people can afford dude You can't have a product that continues to go So one bedroom condo in Manhattan is going to go up 10% every year You know it like compounding interest and stuff The one bedroom condo is $740 million Does that make any sense to you And I thought to myself this doesn't make sense Sooner or later there's got to be some corrective mechanism because you can't have a product nobody can afford Does that make any sense We're selling this product great but nobody can afford it Well who's buying it No one because they can't afford it That's not the way the supply demand market clearing price intersection point of a supply and demand curve works We're in one of those bubbles now Stock prices can't go up forever
Water boil notice issued for over 2 million
"A boiled water notice has been issued for the city of Houston. Officials say more than 2 million people in the Houston Texas area remain under a boil water notice after a power outage caused low water pressure at the east water purification plant on Sunday morning. Schools in the Houston area were closed at residents were told to boil water for three minutes before cooking, drinking bathing or brushing their teeth. Many residents went online to complain, they had only heard about the boil order when the city posted about it on Twitter around 8 30 last night. Marissa Turner says, the city believes the water is safe, but they are obligated to issue a notice when the pressure drops below 20 psi. The city has to wait 24 hours after water samples are cleared by regulators before the notice can be lifted. I'm Jennifer
"20" Discussed on 20/20
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"Church in washington illinois. While john get through sits in jail charged with two stanford murders. I learned that years before his arrest authorities had been alerted to his passed by a tip to the fbi. I'm calling to let you know about a man in california who has committed murder that you probably have no idea about and the reason i know about this man as he killed my sister in one thousand nine hundred sixty three. My sister margaret. As a young child brought a lot of joy to our family. she was A very caring kind of person and when my sister died. Some of the joy of the family was stolen. Margaret was fairly quiet. Both of us were. I think probably every child takes their childhood is a normal childhood. It's only as you get older that you notice. Maybe it wasn't my father and his father before him where ministers my father was an army chaplain. He was a pastor in the military serving about quotes. Knock at a military base there or the army. in europe. Germany was the frontier knock is a community in. Germany is not real large but an army base was established there. One many of those with families live in apartment buildings and totally american communities. The military community was about two thousand people so it was like a very small town. Everyone knew everybody. So i think that game feeling of set of safety and security. My sister was a freshmen. In highschool john gadgetry was a junior in high school. He was eighteen so he was older for junior. And my sister's been described to me by a couple of classmates as being one of the very innocent girls and so there was an activity at the a a the american youth activities building also just called the teen center and they'd get together and and play some records dance and so there was this after school gathering. My parents were expecting your home by eleven o'clock that knock-kneed activity ended at ten thirty. And something my father wrote. He was talking about how it started raining so he drove to the youth activities building and he found out she had left five minutes before he got. When she didn't arrive home he hoped that she had just stopped because of the rain and then would be coming along soon but then when she did not arrive by midnight they called authorities and said our daughter always shows up for curfew and she's not home. Her body was found. I think at one eleven. Am to your knowledge how. She was strangled and Yeah there were friends of hers that as they saw her. Step out of the buildings that you want to go with us. And i suspect that margaret in that matter of meeting curfew was just oriented on here. My parents expectations at time for me to go home and so she was seen with. John drew outside of that building by more than one person. She had evidently walked with him and her walk with him led to a baseball field. That was behind the activities building where he raped and murdered her. It was really rough. My mother never wanted to see my sister dead body at all. So we had a closed casket for a real long time after that. I still couldn't believe my sister was dead. I was looking for her everywhere. I went i expected to see her. Tonga was convicted in german courts as juvenile and nineteen sixty four. That meant that he would end up with a shorter sentence and he would also be in juvenile detention. The maximum sentence for juvenile at the time was ten years for homicide for some reason. Get your only served six years and we found this memo and it basically said you know john. Getcha will be released from germany march seventh nineteen sixty-nine and he must leave in twenty four hours. They released him on one day and he was on a plane the next day to the united states and it's kind of like germany going okay out of our hands in the last ten years or so it. Just start nagging at me. More and more the thought that he would commit more violent crimes and so i was able to look up his name. I knew his age. And i found that he was a resident in california. That got my attention and made me think he could potentially be the golden state killer. But i did not know that he'd committed any more violent crimes. But i thought that because because of the particulars of what had happened with my sister that he would commit more violent crimes. John was able to kill other women because he clothed himself in this image as a loving husband and father my god. He did it when he was married to me. My name is susan. I was married to john. Get through from nineteen seventy two one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. I moved to california with my daughter who was five at the time and i was a single parent at the time when i met him. I really felt like nobody really knew what john was lake. He just had this persona about him that everybody was like. Oh he's such a great guy. And i'm over here going. Oh my goodness if anyone could just really know what a real with the real guy was like. But i john get. Through in redwood city he was the cass tech in the orthopedic department. I were there as a receptionist when i first met. Him is a very nice very pleasant and everybody seemed to like kim. I don't know anybody who didn't like him He was very yeah. He was very likable. it didn't like him from the pretty much the minute i met him. He tried to be my dad like trying to take that role even before they were engaged. For instance there was a an alley behind our apartment building. That was really one of the only places to play otherwise were on frontage road of the freeway else so you know. There was the carport area and ali behind and when he came i was all of a sudden not allowed to play in the alley and he caught me playing in the alley one time and that his going to me with his dot. Those are like the first memories that i have of him trying to be my dad and me not really wanting that you know at that time. John was also babysitting my daughter when i would go and play go bowling. I bowled once a week. Yeah yeah he babysat me. I i don't know how often on. But i definitely remember him babysitting me. I remember him me off the frigging balcony by my feet. You know he's standing on the balcony. And i'm hanging over the railing looking down at the ground to stories down. I thought it was going to on my head and die and he thought he was laughing at it. And i'm freaking out scary very very scary to me. The biggest singer members when she told me they were gonna get married. And i was just like no. Don't do that. please don't do that. I pretty much begged her not to marry him. There was nothing about of my leg. That was very uncomfortable from the minute. I met him and i tried really hard to impress that on my mom but she just didn't see what i saw apparently because then she married him..
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"In bed. He had stalled detectives out the door trying to serve him with a warrant by saying he needed to get dressed. It comes with great honor to announce we solved the year cold-case when we did for the forensic examination on his computers. Stephen crawford had hundreds of thousands thousands and thousands of images and videos of chelpanov affi floppy disks after floppy disks floppy disk of images and videos depicting murder and torture of women teenagers and young children. Some of the videos. That i watched things being done are things that are going to help me the rest of my life crawford is the biggest cowered in the world. He's lived this life knowing that he murdered her. And i wanna make sure that we look at other cases that he could have been responsible for this type of murder in my experience. It's not just one person. So i hope that we continue to look at. What else did he do. Investigators wondered was stephen crawford also responsible for the other stanford murders that began in nineteen seventy three with the murder of twenty one year old. Leslie para lawf- leslie pearl off. Her body was discovered in the foothills behind the campus on stanford land. She parked her orrin chevy nova to the side of the road and then just walked off to take a picture. She wanted to commission an artist. She knew to paint a watercolour landscape. For my mother's birthday. Leslie was a stanford grad that was going to be going to law school. She'd gone up to the hills to take photographs. I believe and was strangled and murdered. Leslie and i looked a lot alike. I mean we looked like twins. Leslie was my mentor and my protector. And i always felt safe around leslie. My name is diane love. And i'm leslie prologues younger sister. We were separated by about fourteen months. Leslie was my best friend and she was a wonderful sister. Leslie was very bright and she was raised to not be ashamed of being smart as a young girl. Leslie was one of the brightest students in our class. She was going to go to the best universities. She wanted to be president of the united states. She went through high school in three years. She went through college in three years. Stanford was the college to go to. My uncle went to stanford and then my mom went to stanford and then leslie went to stanford she wanted to learn about the world. She wanted to find out what was out there and experience it and make it a better place. Leslie was always very interested in justice shoes interested in helping the underdog she was in love and she was hoping to be married and she was ready to make the difference that she could in the world. I just can't imagine for her her dear heart and her brilliant gentle self to have the horror of that experience. I still can't imagine. I did a year abroad in ghana west africa and probably got a phone call was marine from the us embassy and he said i had a telegram. You wanna come and get it. It's a no we'd it to me. Read it to me and he goes. Are you sure you want me to read this to you and your read it read it.
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"I wanted to eliminate any innocent reason as to why his dna would have been on. Our list is close. So i basically asked him. Had you met her before. Did you know where did you talk to her. No i said okay. You guys have maybe like reconsidered concerned. Because you were married at the time that you're having an affair some sort of like sexual meet up with her and you know he's getting real defensive and he's looking at me staring at me with with is i could only explain something that i know and i'm not gonna say it.
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"The murder inside stanford memorial church has a sheriff's homicide detail somewhat baffled. Whoever carried out the sex torture slaying of nineteen year old arlos perry left little if any evidence behind but all indications are that it may have been carried out as part of a bizarre ritual or candles found paraphernalia that would indicate some sort of ritual had taken I don't really know at this. Particular time can answer that question. A lot of the talk rumors were satanic. Could it be called related this net. The other thing there was a group of guys in town. They dress like catholic priest but they had red collars on and they'd go up to her. All the high school kids hung around up at abm kings food host and they would talk to argue with us about christianity. And god and whatever else you know. And i know our lous got involved in the case of trying to convert them a little bit and actually. I heard that she actually went to a meeting of theirs at one time. It got to a point where we didn't know if we really wanted to know everything but it was in the paper every day. It was on the news every day due to the way that the actual murderer looked like a ritual type of murder so everybody was assuming that it was part of that that type of a cultish type of ritual one of the theories came from an author and his theory wise that earlier was hunted. Stockton slain in california. You have to keep in mind. Police and investigators could not tell even the family members the truth about the way she.
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"I mean she had a few issues. She had a little bit of high cholesterol. And high blood pressure. Martin seemed really ready to boom on right away. He wanted this cloture. My father demanded that we have a funeral within just a couple of days and we were all still devastating reeling from the shock of my mother. Passing away my dad said. We need to have the funeral on saturday. That would have been three days after her death. Martin was adamant things were going to be done his way. Her own brothers and sisters weren't allowed to attend the funeral martin. Threaten the summers family of anyone showed up. He was going to call. Police have misquoted from the funeral. Certain members of the family were told if they showed up that he'd have the vest quarter alba police. Among the crowd of michelle's friends and neighbors was one mysterious dark-haired woman who was not invited to the funeral who had never met michelle. And that was gypsy jillian willis. Why would you go to her funeral. Who invited you. I know one invited me. I just found out where crashed funeral. I i had felt sorry that i had been involved with martin and appropriately. I felt sorry to show that. Sarah was to go to her funeral. No one knew who i was. Martin knew who you are new high was and that's why i was there. I knew it would be a hard time for him. Gypsy was very concerned about staying connected with martin. After michelle's death. She was almost desperate to stay involved in martin's life. Now that michelle was gone you did send him to suggestive pictures of your naked back. Why did you do that. i wanted to keep his attention. It's cold it sounds heartless. I'm sorry but i. I knew that he would be having a hard time. Not thinking of of me and that was selfish. You understand that from the outside looking in your having an affair. With this man the wife inexplicably dies. You show up to a funeral. Sent him text messages during the funeral. It looks like you've come in to claim your prize. I did not look at like that. We come to find out that my dad had been dating gypsy for several years before my mom's death both alexis and rachel volunteered right away that they would take care of the younger children but martin had a set plan right away. He was going to hire a nanny and he said oh. I found the perfect nanny. And i said what's her name and he said. Oh i think. It's i think it's chilean dad. Gypsy jillian willis. I said i know that woman. I know mom was worried. You were having affair with her and you are not to bring her in the home and said there is going to be an interview for a nanny and there was only one candidate and that was gypsy matching that she got the job and she didn't cook she didn't clean shouldn't take care of the children. Anyway why did you move into the home. Martin told me that he needed.
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"Something with your hand. Handgun from his. Waistband is shot once in the jets and a.
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"Wanted to beat her but his intentions were.
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"Death of anna nicole. Smith's suspicious how can you die in a hospital with nobody noticing. How can that happened when a few hours earlier you were fine. And the cause of death and daniel smith still remains unclear. Final official results. Come back and it showed. The daniel died of a lethal combination of lexa pro zoloft and methadone. Daniel actually had a prescription for lexa pro and he was taking so long to because he was anxious about his plight but nobody knows where he got the methadone. Anna's been on methadone three years so did he take it secretly to this day. No one knows how he got that methadone so in the wake of this nightmare there still remains an open question as to who the biological father of nicole. Smith's daughter howard stern's name on the birth certificate so anna nicole and howard side you go to larry king because if you're announcing the bother of your baby is where else you gonna go and i have been relationship than we love each other and it's been going on for very long time so you.
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"Evolved into the real thing with anna so around the same time that she meets. J howard marshall she meets somebody else. One day she walks into a gay club and all eyes are on anna but her eyes are on this woman named sandy who works in a store that sells garden supplies. Anna shows up at her house in a big white limousine with flowers and gifts and their relationship got very very serious and said she loved sandy. They had wedding rings. They were going to carry on a continual relationship. She even mentioned that you know that would that was going to be her life. They live together for a while and it seemed like they had a very loving relationship and she had a boyfriend girlfriend. It was non out normal for anna to have several boyfriends or girlfriends at the same time she didn't hide it and it didn't bother her she seems to be woman of considerable. Appetites likes a lot of input. She eats and drinks freely. She seems to take on a fair amount of lovers. Thanks to her time with jay. Hard marshall the second new appetite for extremely expensive jewelry gives vicky jewelry a house. A red mercedes convertible and breast augmentation surgery and he buys her a rich and arabian horses to go with. The rich vicky loves animals and she especially loves her horses so he takes vicky till his favorite restaurant red lobster and there he proposes again. I mean he's a billionaire and his favorite restaurant is red lobster and he actually asked her to marry him at the table. Anna said no. I know i'm not going to get married until i'm able to support myself and make it on my own. I'm going to make it on my own. So at the time even while she's engaged this kind of elaborate courtship with j. Howard marshall the second she has a boyfriend picks a few pictures of her and sends them so photographer. Manager scout for playboy in the texas area. Came in was quite taken. She'll amazon between very tall five foot. Eleven or five inch heels spandex dressed this awful blue eye-shadow but underneath all of it you saw the face walked a little trumpy to walk like a duck but anna nicole. Smith was the sweetest girl you with. Everyone in the you would want is assistant since the film off to berry next day playboy called and they said this girl's going to play around nineteen ninety-two my uncle company humanitarian nikki may playboy and i said what he says she may play boringness it he she did not coming out. I was proud of her. But i was like. She's here now and she's never been. I'm a little person now. I i think when i was feeling. She appears on the cover of playboy in march of one thousand nine hundred ninety two. It is a life changing event. Because paul marciano who runs guess jeans sees refunds marciano calls playboy and a meeting. The setup came to see me. And i didn't think he likes me at first so they put Ma- made my hair and they made up for the dress. Me and stuff and i remember walking on the trailer forget. He walked up in the trailer. His mouth is dropped. Tell you i think he likes to know marciano. Thanks vicky needs a new name so together they come up with anna nicole nicole. Smith's i sort of burst on the seed. She did look like any model. Anyone had seen for a long time. She was curvy. She was voluptuous at a time. When models very very thin so much of the beauty that came before that was was really about this emphasis on the narrowness of the body that you just couldn't even achieve like i'm like am i even a person so when you saw her was like rear really doing something different. You know you sort of think about blondes as being this kind of metaphor for female power and female empowerment and control that we actually have over men. It seems so exciting those pictures alone. I think mesmerized the world that first day shooting forgets makes anna nicole smith a worldwide stone. And she's about to get everything she could have possibly of dreamed of and a lot of things that she never dreamed of. That are kind of nightmare. Guests campaign is major. It shows up everywhere it plays anna's glamour and makes her hugely famous meanwhile playboy continuing to eventually her playmate. I worked with her over a year's period of time and you could see the difference because came in. She was just throw from a fried chicken place now. She was big star. She wasn't going to trust anybody who's going to perform for you. Probably back in the strip club. She really had the ability to make you believe that you were very special..
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"Move. This place represents loss and grief in two thousand seven two years. After my father was arrested. The house was demolished. The city decided to demolish it because of what it represented and they didn't want anybody to have a memory of this guy or where he lived in my childhood homes. Gone where my family was gone where i.
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"Weren't saying anything so we knew that something really terrible had happened in that house. The otero murders rock this city. It was unheard of in wichita kansas to have a family of four murdered by with someone. Wanna kill this wonderful family known to wichita. They had just been visited by someone who was killing for sport. What he does next will make it perfectly clear. The dennis rader is after much more than just murder. He really want. The spotlight came. Wanted to be named most.
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"Each of them is brought up to sign documents. It's essentially turning the boat over to scholar deli own and giving him access to their bank accounts unique assignments. Let you go. But there was something very interesting about the way. Jackie hawks with an s. Signed her name. it's h. a. w. k. She smart enough to to mess up her signature. She signs it hawk. Instead of hawks with an ass she was sending a signal. I'm doing this under duress. And it looked like somebody went back later and put an s. totally inconsistent with. Anyway she'd ever signed. Her name is a woman who knows that she is going to death. This is the woman who knows that she is about to be murdered. And she is sitting this flare up into the future for somebody to make it right. Meanwhile skyler he's upsetting the gps to go out to the deepest point in the ocean. That's thirty five hundred feet. It's the deepest place color that he has seen. An anchor went to the front crab. This huge anchor brought back but it in the back of both may handcuffed to the anchor and at that point tom his instinct kicks it kicks backwards and he kicked so hard he kicked schuyler and the verein hard enough that he almost falls over. That was the last act of defiance. Scholar stands up with this smirk. Tosses huge.
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"Still. No sign of thomas and jackie hawks but bit by bit. Police are slowly beginning to unravel the mystery surrounding their disappearance. Lonzo machine was actually a jailer. In this uige city jail were scholar. Were serving time. So that's how they amy. We focused on lonzo because we thought he would be a weak link to he. is going to save his own skin. He's not going to go down for this. He turned himself in and alonzo. Machine took us detail by detail. Seru the conspiracy to murder. Tommy jackie hawks when i met scholar. He's talking about that money that you was that part of the power rangers. The chilling details were laid out by one of the people who was on board that yacht. And who took part in the murders gonna do something and it makes them money. No dogs scholar tells them that he's an international hitman. He gets his contracts out on people and they're all bad people because he only killed bad people he will feel good people so he's a sassan with you know with a conscience he said what i do is just take moxie. An awesome moment for scholar. Promised alonso a million dollars all you had to do is kill this couple and we could get their boat and their savings and for whatever reason lots of mccain thought. That's a good idea. I'll go along with it. Alonzo schuyler go. Aboard the well-deserved. Tom had worked in probation. He'd worked with ex-cons. His suspicions immediately went up meetings scholar and lots of mccain. because it just didn't seem like the type of guys who could afford to buy a yacht going for more than four hundred thousand dollars. What is go do to solve that problem. He immediately calls jennifer. Says you gotta bring haley down there one year old and put these people at ease. Jennifer shows up and she lately charms. Jackie jackie who wanted to go and play with her grandson. More stepmother definitely fell who quite and sinker for that For that woman in her baby. That's actually the linchpin in the whole thing like had it not been for that time. Jackie hawks would still be alive today at the same time schuyler sizing up. Tom and he knows he's going to need more help because he can't overpower him on his own. He started side. As you know. Mr hawkins said well. I can take them. It's better to have somebody else schuyler realizes that they're going to actually pull this thing off. They need to get a big guy to sign onto this schuyler meets john f. kennedy through a mutual friend who schuyler had worked with john fitzgerald kennedy was an original founding member of the long beach. Insane crips so. He became the muscle. they're leaving newport beach harbor like they've done many many times before onboard schuyler duly own a lots of a chain and john f. kennedy thomas jackie hawks in third just taking this boat out for tests try. They have no idea. What's in store for that. A long beach gang member a seal beach gel security officer and schuyler daily home weird so they leave newport harbor and set a course out towards catalina. This heading now. The plan kind of goes into formation at some point they get. Jackie and tom separated schuyler and john kennedy went downstairs with tomahawks. Meanwhile jackie's in the kitchen. And she hears this. This ruckus alonzo knows. What's going down going on right now. That struggle is kennedy overpowering. Tom pox he was able to restrain tom. Hawks long enough getting handcuffed. Meanwhile lonzo's job to suit.
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"The next day the police department gets a call from this woman who had seen the show and she basically said. I'm looking at this car right now. I live in mexico and a trailer park and it's in the parking lot so leave hours overwhelming choked up. Please be the hawks. I wanna find.
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"The hawks decided to downsize. We're gonna go from that huge vote to a small boat dock in mexico. Get a little house there and still be close enough to go. See the grandson. Who lived in arizona so they were willing to sell the well-deserved and being very cruel. They wanted to bypass the broker to sell the boat on their own so they took out an ad. In a boating magazine.