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03:53 min | 2 weeks ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Them. The president of the united states. Needless to say not only did hinckley fail to murder president. Reagan but his actions also did not win him. Jodie foster's heart. The jury took his bazaar motive into account and in june of nineteen eighty. Two hinckley was found. Not guilty by reason of insanity. The verdict was a shock to many at the time who expected him to have the book thrown at him but his defense had successfully argued that hinckley suffered from narcissistic personality disorder and he was committed to saint elizabeth's hospital for psychiatric care and though president reagan went on to have a happy and healthy two terms in office hinckley's assassination attempt had far reaching effects. The injuries white house press secretary. James brady sustained due to the shooting. Tragically left him with brain damage and wheelchair bound for the rest of his life because of what he went through. He advocated for stronger. Control in nineteen ninety-three. The brady bill was passed. Which enforced background checks and waiting periods for gun sales when brady died on august fourth. Two thousand fourteen. His death was ruled a homicide caused by the injuries. Hinckley inflicted and yet murder charges against hinckley were not pursued partly as a result of hinckley's previous not guilty by reason of insanity plea and by the late nineteen ninety s his legal team posited that he was no longer a threat or mentally. Ill and the hospital eased their restrictions after testing him out with a few years of supervised day trips and visits to his parents. Saint elizabeth's hospital granted sixty one year. Old heavily a conditional release in two thousand sixteen he settled in williamsburg virginia with his older brother and their mother. He got into the business of selling used books and antiques. Although without revealing his identity his social worker described him as a continuing success story. Ronald reagan didn't live to see hinckley become a free man. He passed away in two thousand four however he probably wouldn't have been angry to see hinckley walk. Free in nineteen ninety. Reagan appeared on larry. king live. king asked reagan. If you were angry at headingley the president replied that once. He learned about hinckley's issues with mental illness. He forgave his attacker. Reagan said if i wanted healing for myself then maybe he should have some healing for himself. Thanks for listening to today in true. Crime i'm vanessa. Richardson for more stories. Like this one. Check out the spotify original from podcast crimes of passion today in true crime is a spotify original from you can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today in. True crime is as spotify. Original from podcast. It is executive produced by max cutler. Sound design by one boorda with production assistance by ron shapiro. Carleen madden and bruce. Kovic this episode of today and true crime was written by christine colby with writing assistance by terrel wells and alex. Benetton and fact. Checking by bennett. Logan i'm vanessa richardson..

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

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03:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Apply see sportsbook die fan duel dot com for terms and restrictions. Gambling problem. call one eight hundred gambler now. Back to the story on march twenty eighth two thousand seven thirty eight year old lust murderer hero. She was sentenced to death for killing three people and the death of his final victim. Twenty five year old me chico. Naga nagamotoo prove to be his undoing. The young woman's body was discovered in the mountains of southern osaka on february. twenty third. Two thousand five four days after her murder. She wasn't immediately identifiable but police took her fingerprints and matched the body to meet chico motto. Once they knew who she was the clues lead the police right to hero. She mile away using computer. Forensics investigators were able to trace the emails. He had exchanged with me chico. He had also left a paper trail from the rental car. It took a few months to build the case against him but my away was arrested on august. Fifth two thousand five. He confessed to police that. In addition to taking me chico's life he had murdered the other two unidentified male victims and revealed where he had disposed of their remains. There was no need for a drawn-out trial later that year. On december third two thousand five mile away appeared in osaka district court. He pleaded guilty to the charges against him. Even he knew he would be unable to control himself if he went free when the judge asked my away if he would continue to have urges to strangle people to stoke his sexual desires the killer replied i have worries and so he was sentenced to death. The execution took place on july. Twenty eighth two thousand nine hero. She maya away was hanged until he was dead at the osaka detention center like his victims. Hero she maiyo a met his end being strangled to death robbed of any control over the situation and though his death couldn't bring back those he had killed it at least served up a bit of poetic justice. Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm vanessa richardson for more stories. Like this check out the spotify original from podcast solved murders today in true. Crime is a spotify original from podcast. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other spotify originals. From podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow. Intrude crime today. in true. crime is a spotify original. From podcast it is executive produced by max cutler sound by juan boorda with production assistance by ron shapiro carly madden and bruce kitto. Vich this episode of today in true crime was written by christine colby with writing assistance by alex benetton and fact checking by cheyenne lopez. I'm vanessa richardson..

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

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04:13 min | Last month

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Acknowledged beg had been having problems at work for over a year eighteen months before the attack. He was reassigned from his accounting position and started testing software. He complained that he should have been paid to extra dollars per hour for taking on the new role but he was still making an accountant. Salary beck took his grievance all the way to the top eventually demanding back. Pay which led to protracted negotiation with the lottery corporation during the talks beck took several months off to deal with the stress. Finally the company compromised and transferred him back to his original accounting position in nineteen ninety eight when beck returned to the office. His colleagues noticed something was different. He was no longer interested in being friendly he lived entirely within himself seemingly consumed by a quiet rage. He stopped talking to his co workers. He clearly still believed that he'd been taken advantage of and hadn't been compensated fairly the feelings. Apparently aided at him for weeks leading up to the shooting after his rampage the state of connecticut was left. Reeling beck was a former security guard and was licensed to carry a concealed handgun yet. Even his father admitted that he knew his son was troubled. No one could deny that the world would have been a safer place if beck hadn't been allowed to handle gun so easily. Following the shooting politicians and activists sought to make sure violence like backs never happened again in nineteen ninety. Nine connecticut passed what was called a flag law in direct response to beck's killing spree. The legislation allowed local authorities or family members to request that the state temporarily confiscate guns from a person who is deemed to be a danger to themselves or connecticut was the first to enact such a law but eighteen other states have followed with similar provisions since then though some politicians have faced pushback from pro gun groups. The legislation has been shown to be effective in two thousand sixteen. A study published in the journal. Law and contemporary problems. Found that roughly one in ten gun removals prevented a suicide in connecticut. It is likely saved. Dozens of lives since nineteen ninety eight. Subsequent examinations have reinforced these findings in two thousand eighteen. Researchers examined the impact of red flag legislation and indiana by analyzing cdc see data. They determined that the law led to a drop of seven point five percent in suicides by firearm. In the state the data proved that even small measures to combat gun. Violence can have a recognizable impact on people's lives notably this legislation focused on only temporarily restricting individuals access to guns in order to prevent drastic decisions made in the heat of the moment. It's impossible to know whether these kinds of rules what prevented matthew beck from attacking his co workers all those years ago but thanks to quick action by connecticut and other states. Similar tragedies may be prevented in the future. Thanks for listening to today true crime. I'm vanessa richardson today. In true crime is a spotify original from podcast. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other spotify originals. From podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today in. True crime is a spotify original. From podcast it is executive produced by max cutler sound designed by juan boorda with production assistance by ron shapiro carly madden and bruce kato bitch. This episode of today in true crime was written by terrel wells with writing assistance by alex. Benetton and fact checking by cheyenne lopez. I'm vanessa richardson..

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

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03:47 min | 4 months ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"As a security guard and even got married to a travel agent but he remained unstable. He grew obsessed with j. d. salinger's novel the catcher in the rye claiming he wanted to model his life. After the novel's protagonist he also developed an obsession with the beatles music and john lennon specifically when john publicly claimed that the beatles were more popular than jesus chapman grew furious. The anti religious message in the song imagine also upset him as the years went by chapman grew more and more frustrated with john lennon's lavish lifestyle and the seeming hypocrisy. That went along with it while john. Song imagine preached a world without possessions. John himself lived a life filled with them. Staring at this hypocrisy made chapman. Wanna kill john lennon and eventually he decided to follow through after his capture chapman was put on trial for second degree murder. His defense attorneys wanted him to plead insanity but chapman refused. Though chapman was then diagnosed as schizophrenic he felt he had been perfectly in control of his actions and he deserved to pay the price. Chapman pleaded guilty and he was sentenced to twenty years to life in prison. Chapman is still in prison today. He's been up for parole eleven times and he's had his parole denied each time in his most recent parole hearing. He claimed that he realized he only killed john lennon. For the glory. The death would bring him. In chapman's mind glory was a synonym for infamy. However he has said that he regrets his actions. He acknowledged quote. It was an extremely selfish act. I'm sorry for the pain that i caused to yoko ono. I think about it all of the time. While john lennon is gone he will never be forgotten especially by the man who killed him. Thanks for listening to today in true. Crime i'm vanessa richardson. If you enjoyed this episode checkout assassinations on spotify today in true crime as spotify original from podcast you can find more episodes of today in true crime. And all other podcast originals. For freon spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today. True crime is a spotify. Original from podcast. It is executive produced by max cutler. Sound designed by one boorda with production assistance by ron shapiro. Carly madden and bruce kovic. This episode of today and true crime was written by giles. Off seth with writing assistance spy alex benetton and fact checking by adriana romero..

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"To hitler's army the world was aware of what they were doing and they wouldn't escape justice. The war continued for two more years by the time it was over. Tens of millions of civilians and soldiers alike had died from combat disease famine and mass murderer but initially when the nazi concentration camps were discovered and liberated they were kept secret from the world perhaps because the governments of europe didn't wanna show devastating images of people without their relatives consent or to alarm citizens with missing loved ones when dwight d eisenhower. Who was then. The supreme commander of the allied forces in europe toured one of the camps in april nineteen forty five. He came away utterly horrified soon afterward. The leadership of the allies declared that all images of the camps had to be released to the public journalists were encouraged to visit the locations and photograph the people there when the world saw the pictures. They were just as horrified. As eisenhower and demanded justice in response a tribunal comprised of representatives from the allied countries was formed to conduct the infamous trials officials decided to carry out the proceedings in nuremberg. Because of its practical and historical significance many european cities were bombed during the war so intact court buildings were in fairly short supply. Nurenberg had the facilities and was also the site where hitler had staged some of his most. Elaborate nazi rallies. It was the perfect place for the accused to meet their ends. The nurenberg trials revealed some of the most horrifying atrocities in human history but they also showcased the triumph of justice and a commitment to confronting the crimes of the past in order to build a better world. Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm vanessa richardson. Today and true. Crime is a spotify original from podcast. You can find more episodes up today in true crime and all other originals from podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today in. True crime is a spotify original. From podcast it is executive produced by max cutler with production assistance by ron shapiro carly madden and brusca tova. Each this episode of today in true crime was written by nicholas. Swart with writing assistance by alex. Benetton i'm vanessa. Richardson don't forget to check out. Our love story the newest spotify original from podcast every tuesday discover the many pathways to love as told by the actual couples who found them. Listen to our love story. Free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

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06:41 min | 5 months ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"That love can begin and blossom in the most unexpected ways follow our love story Freon spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. This episode of today in true crime is brought to you by simply safe simply safe was designed to be easy to use while protecting your whole home twenty, four seven you can order it online with just the click of a button when mine arrived, I was eager to get it setup immediately it didn't take long I just had to place the sensors plugged in and connected to my Wifi. Then suddenly my whole home was protected, I didn't have to worry about tools or drilling or waiting around for technicians. The setup is also intuitive and the. 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But the shootout ended as soon as it began and President Truman was left completely unharmed and faced less than thirty minutes after the attack on his life, he departed for Arlington Cemetery to dedicate a new monument. While, Truman survived the attack unscathed agent Leslie Co felt and gunmen Griselda Torah Sola both died from the wounds they suffered during the firefight. New while Resell IOS partnering Crime Scar Co Yasuko was apprehended and treated for gunshot to his chest according to the Secret Service Chief U e baughman score admitted that the two men had come to Washington DC to kill the president and start a revolution. To corroborate his confession officials found a poignant letter tucked inside. GRISELDA. IOS. Pocket penned by the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party leader Pedro at Sue compos. The letter gave Brazilio Fulmer Authority to head the organizations US branch and he had a very important role to play in the revolution to calm. According to war against all Puerto Ricans author Nelson. Dennis in the fall of nineteen fifty. The United Nations Decolonization Committee was about to make an important vote that could help bring about Puerto Rican independence as the vote approached Pedro Albizu compost and his army of loyal followers were determined to open. The UN's is by any means necessary in the days leading up to the assassination attempt on President Truman Puerto Rican nationalists began a series of revolts throughout their homeland which left countless party members either jailed or killed. Most American, media outlets spun a story of civil unrest amongst the Puerto Rican population rather than revealing the true reason for all of the chaos and bloodshed to amplify their message grew Salvatore Sola and Oscar Co Yasuko had traveled to America's capital to tell the story themselves and the best way to get the world's attention was to kill the president of the United States of America or at the very least attempt to. While on trial for his attack at Blair House in Nineteen fifty one. Oh, scar explained that murder was never the goal unlike what the papers had reported a year prior he and Griselda Elliott wanted to give Puerto Rico a voice. He stated that they wanted the American people and the people of the world to know that Puerto Rico was a possession of. The United States, and that at the time, particularly, the Puerto Rican people were being murdered by American authorities in Puerto Rico whether or not Zeljko and Oscar actually intended to kill President Truman. The US courts deemed the attack at Blair House reprehensible in nineteen fifty one. Oh, scar was found guilty of first degree murder and sentenced to death by the electric chair. But while scar attempted to take President Truman's life Truman prevent it. Oh, scars death in nineteen fifty, two just days before scar was scheduled to die president. Truman. Commuted his sentence to life in prison. Then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine after twenty, nine years behind bars President Jimmy Carter granted Oh scar clemency sixty five year old scar. Yasuko return to his homeland of Puerto. Rico a national hero. Puerto Rico remains an unincorporated US territory to this day. Thanks for listening to today and true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson today and true crime is a spotify original from podcast. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other originals from podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime Today and true crime is a spotify original from podcast. It is executive produced by Max Cutler sound designed by one Boorda with production assistance by Ron Shapiro, Carleen Madden and Joshua Kern. This episode of today in true crime was written by Jane. Oh, with writing assistance by Alex Benetton.

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"With the common folk as well. The Senate bestowed on him, the venerable title, Potter Patriae or father of the country. However. Not everyone was happy with nervous regime. Soon, the military had a bone to pick with the new emperor. The Roman army had been fiercely loyal to Domitian was the only emperor to increase their pay since Augusta's who died over eighty years earlier, they were determined to make his killers pay for what they done sometime in ninety seven ce a group of the elite Praetorian Guard Newton need and took nerva prisoner in exchange for his freedom. They demanded that two of emissions assassins be handed over to them. Instead nerve offered his life in their place but his captors refused they got their hands on the assassins and swiftly executed them. Although NERVA was released unharmed. The incident was a major blow to his credibility in addition to being forced to give into the PRAETORIAN demands. He allegedly had to deliver a speech thanking them for what they did. It also made him realize how tenuous his rule really was. If the right person got angry with him nerve knew he could easily be led to an early grave just like his predecessor and like Domitian NERVA had no formal air since he likely wasn't married and had no children he had to look elsewhere. At the time adoption was a common method of continuing emperors bloodline. So to speak in fact Julius Caesar adopted his great nephew. Went on to become Emperor Augustus. Rather, than choose his nearest male relative like Caesar had nerva instead selected the forty-five-year-old governor of Germany Marcus L. P. S. trae on us also known as trae Jen. The selection check a lot of boxes. He was a formidable military leader which gained him the Pretoria Guard support, and although the Senate would have preferred their own choice Trajan had loyally served the Roman. Empire for many years. There was little indication that he would attempt to consolidate power as Domitian had the formal adoption ceremony took place in October of ninety seven C, e trade was officially made nervous air. His appointment came just in time nervous suffered an apparent stroke in January of ninety eight and died a few weeks later. Though nervous reign was brief. It had a significant impact on the Roman Empire. He's regarded as the first of five successive good emperors who oversaw one of Rome's most prosperous peaceful periods. Also, among these emperors were Hadrian, who pushed the empires boundaries and more. So raliess whose philosophy is still studied today without nervous canny timely rule these men might have never gotten their chance to write history as we know it. Thanks for listening to today in true crime I'm Vanessa Richardson for more stories of intrigue and power struggles in the Roman. Empire keep an eye on the feed for the park has original dictators not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music. But now spotify's making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like today and true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today in true crime on spotify. Just open the APP, and type today in true crime in the search bar, we'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime, today true crime was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original. It is executive produced by Max, Kotler sound designed by Juan Boorda with production assistance by Ron, Shapiro Carly, Madden and Erin Larson. This episode of today in true crime was written by Alex Benetton with writing assistance by terrel wells, I'm Vanessa Richardson. Hey. Podcasters don't forget to check out the brand new spotify original from podcast incredible feats, join hosts, Dan comes as he explores true accounts of weird wonderful and all out wild achievements. New Episodes Premiere daily Monday through Friday search, incredible feats, and follow free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts..

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Today in True Crime

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Dog Tales

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Secret Societies

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Three. PM On November thirtieth two thousand one just outside Seattle Matt Haines heart thumped in his chest as the police cruiser sped down the Washington to state highway. He'd been waiting for this day for a very long time for over fifteen years. The nearly fifty year old the police lieutenant had been convinced that Gary Ridgway was the so called Green River killer. The King County Sheriff's Department believed he was guilty of murdering seventy one women. Most of the victims were between the ages of fifteen and twenty five many were sex ex-workers or runaways. The cause of death was always the same he would rape them. Kill them via strangulation. Then he would dump dump the bodies near the Green River just outside Seattle. Gary Ridgway had been a person of interest in the case since April. Nineteen eighty-three three. When a victim's boyfriend saw her get into a pickup truck whose description matched a vehicle belonging to ridgeway but ridgway denied nine knowing her and detectives couldn't find anything to prove? He was lying facing immense pressure to catch the killer. The police turned to an unlikely source for help convicted. Serial killer Ted Bundy at the time time. Bundy was awaiting execution in interviews with detectives. He suggested that the Green River killer was probably returning to his dumpsites to sexually assault his victims corpses. The next time investigators found a fresh grave. He advised them to stake out the site and and wait for the killer to come back. The advice proved to be spot on. Although then detective Haynie and his task force were able able to catch the killer red-handed. They were able to collect semen samples from violated corpse. Unfortunately this evidence was all but use Lewis for the time being in the early nineteen eighties. Semen samples could only be used for determining blood type. They could only narrow throw a suspect down to one of several million. It was circumstantial evidence at best hanes key lead remained just that a lead then around nineteen eighty eight. The murders suddenly stopped with no fresh leads to track. Investigators could only hope that someday. DNA testing would be advanced enough to prove Gary Ridgway was the Green River killer breath as the investigation into the Green River. Killer wound down. Detective Haynie moved onto a new phase in his life in nineteen eighteen. Ninety six. He moved to homer Alaska where he was promoted to lieutenant but five years later he received a call he never are expected by two thousand one. The King County Sheriff's Department finally felt that DNA testing was sufficiently advanced chanced to connect ridgway to at least four of the murders. The results were conclusive the DNA found on the Green River killers. Victim belonged to Gary Ridgway and now there was finally a warrant out for his arrest. Lieutenant Tenant Haney clutched his gun as the line of squad cars and SUV's roared into the parking lot of Seattle area. Trucking Company the the police were determined not to let Ridgeway slip through their fingers across the lot. Fifty two year old. Gary Ridgway was just getting off a shift of detailing trucks. Suddenly he was surrounded by a crowd of law enforcement in one fell swoop ridgway way was thrown into the back of a squad car and charged with four counts of murder. The Green River killer was finally off off the streets coming up the full extent of Gary Ridgway's crimes comes to light now back to the story on November thirtieth. Two thousand one fifty two year old Gary Ridgway was finally arrested thanks to DNA testing assting immediately following the arrest King County sheriff. Dave reichert called a press conference to announce that ridgway had been apprehended while he stopped short of proclaiming that Ridgeway was the green river killer. Ryecart did emphasize that all seventy one murders were were linked in some way but at the moment ridgway was only being charged with four of the suspected seventy one murders. The Green River killer had committed. If he was going to face justice for all his crimes prosecutors would have to get creative. Unfortunately there wasn't any. DNA evidence to link Ridgeway with the rest of the murders but if he was found guilty of the four murders she was currently connected to that would be enough to give ridgway. The death sentence. That fact was a bargaining chip. The prosecutors. Could use in their favor along. With the circumstantial evidence. Lieutenant Matt Haney and his Task Force had gathered over the years the DNA evidence made it an open and shut case with this inevitability in mind prosecutors offered ridgway up plea-bargain if he admitted to the rest of the murders orders. They would take the death penalty off the table. He agreed to the deal over the next next two years. Ridgway went into painstaking detail on the crimes he had committed although he did admit to the seventy one murders he could only. We provide clear details on forty eight of them the details he provided however were incredibly disturbing ridgeway. Talked about how he'd pick up his victims at truck stops or dive bars. He would use a picture of his son to gain their trust then he would take them into his house or into the woods where he would strangle them to death and sexually assault the corpse. Sometimes sometimes his son would be waiting in the car while he did it. Ridgway also explained how he'd been able to throw investigators off his trail. Oh for so many years. In order to sow confusion he would drop cigarettes around the crime scene making. It seem like the killer was a smoker on one occasion. He leaped pamphlets for airport. Motels to make it seem like whoever had done it was from out of town. He would also periodically take bodies. Wadis down to Portland to deceive investigators into thinking. The Green River killer had moved to Oregon. Even though he hadn't provided details on all seventy one murders the prosecutors felt like ridgway had held up his end of the bargain after he pleaded guilty not to forty nine counts of aggravated first degree murder on November. Second two thousand three. The judge sentenced ridgway to a life sentence for each one along with an additional four hundred eighty years for good measure. Naturally there was no no possibility of parole with these murders confirmed Gary Ridgway officially became one of the most prolific serial. Oh killers in American history in interviews. He's referred to this horrific murder spree as his career and though he's proud Out His so-called accomplishments he does not rate himself as the worst of the worst in fact when a psychologist asked ridgway to rate himself on a scale of one to five in terms of evilness he only gave himself a three. His reasoning was that he only killed his victims. He didn't torture them. But for the seventy one young women who lost their lives at Ridgway's hands he was a five on a scale of five. Gary Ridgway is a monster of the highest order and while his victims will never get true justice. There's at least some comfort in knowing he will never kill again. Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson to learn more about Gary Ridgway. Be Sure to check out our serial killers episodes profiling his crimes today in true crime is a podcast original. You can find more episodes of today in true crime and all all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Not only the spotify already. 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"alex benetton" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Dog Tales

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Today in True Crime

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"alex benetton" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

Mythical Monsters

10:37 min | 1 year ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

"But for the moment the ogre was still in bed fighting off his wine induced headache as the morning light filtered into his room. He bathed his wife to go upstairs. Here's and prepare the boys for cooking a moment later. He heard her scream. The ogre shot out of bed and rushed to his wife side. What he saw made his eyes cloud red with rage? Those cursive human. Boys had tricked him into slaying. His beloved daughters with his own hands he turned to his trembling wife. Bring bring me my seven league boots. I will make those little wretches pay for their treachery. Uh little thumb breathed hard as he and his brothers fled through the woods. They had run all through the night barely stopping to rest just as the sun rose and light pierced through the treetops. Little thumb was surprised to see himself in familiar surroundings. His heart slept as he realized that they were on a path back to their parents home. Surely his father and mother wouldn't turn little thumb and his brothers away when they found out what had happened to them. Just as little thumb was beginning to relax. He heard a thunderous crashing behind him. Fielder had landed on a distant hilltop crushing the giant trees. As if they were nothing more than twigs in a single bound the yogurt then traversed to another hilltop. He was getting closer in a matter of moments he would be upon them thinking quickly. Little thumb ushered his brothers into a small hollow nestled underneath a rocky outcropping dirt dirt and pebbles rained down upon them. As the ogre's footsteps shook the ground then with a sudden jarring blast they. They heard the ogre land on top of their hiding place. The boys held each other close. Surely this was the end a long frightful moment passed as they waited for the ogre to grab them but then a powerful vibration echoed through. They're hiding place. Little thumb recognized the sound from the night before the ogre was snoring. Little thumb was shocked. He he didn't understand why the ogre would elect to rest right before his moment of triumph. What little thumb didn't know was how exhausting seven in league boots can be unaware the magical items had sensed the ogre's evil intent while the ogre could still use their power? It came came at a great cost while the boots allow you to run many many leagues at the end of your journey. You'll still feel the fatigue from the exertion and left exhausted from his search. He fell asleep the moment he landed atop the rock. The ogre snoring deepened as the minutes past little thumb. Knew he had to investigate. He crawled out of the whole shrugging off his brother's desperate attempts to pull pull him back. Inside emerging into the sunlight little thumb could see the ogre's boots hanging over the side of the Rock. They daesh shimmered with a magical aura. Little thumb didn't know what seven league boots were but he deduced that they had bestowed the ogre with the the ability to traverse such long distances. Perhaps he could harness their power for himself. Moving moving quickly little thumb slipped the boots off the ogre's feet thankfully the beast's strength was not restored and he remained in his deep slumber. Once little thumb took off the boots they shrank and shifted. He knew that when he put them on they would be a perfect to fit confident. That the ogre would continue sleeping. Little thumb shepherded his brothers from their hiding place. He told them to hurry home. He had one last thing to take care of. Little thumb was right. The boots conformed perfectly to his feet. He felt a surge of energy as their power coursed through him. Leaving the sleeping ogre behind he bounded off with long leaping strides within moments he was back at the monsters doorstep. The Ogre's wife was sitting outside. Did her face streaked with tears as he approached. She shot him a venomous glare. What do you want you little? It'll creighton little thumb bowed his head. I'm sorry I deceived your husband the way I did. And I'm afraid that I come. Bearing more bad news. News a bloodthirsty gang of thieves has captured your husband. If he doesn't give them all the gold and silver he has they will kill him. Luckily I saw the whole thing happened. And he gave me his magic boots. So I could communicate the message to you with all haste. Upon hearing this this the woman burst into tears. She ran into the house and emerged with a large sack of coins. I know you must not I have Pity for us but believe me when I say that my husband loves his children dearly he may seem like a monster to you but he's still my husband. Please hurry back and give those thieves what they want. She handed little from the bag and and he took off at once. He didn't look back. Despite the wife's moving plea little thumb had no regrets about what he had done his actions were all in the name of survival and now with Yoga's wealth in hand little thumb and and his family would never want for anything again when he arrived home. Little little thumb was greeted like a conquering hero. His brothers had safely returned and the ogre was nowhere to be found without his magic boots. Little thumb figured the evil beast would be wandering the forest for a very long time. Indeed little thumb never saw the the ogre or his wife ever again they were able to live comfortably for the rest of their lives soon. The painful experience was nothing. Nothing more than a distant memory. But that's not necessarily how the story ends. Perhaps fearing veering little thumb would be viewed as too cruel for heaping even more misery onto the Ogre's Family Perot included an alternate ending to this tale will instead of stealing money from the ogre. Perot has little thumb. Used the seven league boots to become the king's personal messenger unburdened burdened by the same fatigue that plagued the ogre little thumb is able to make a fortune through this line of work rather than succeeding through trickery and deceit eat. He attains his wealth through hard work and dedication but regardless of the ending little thumb is able to use his wits to overcome overcome an insurmountable obstacle. In this case. The ogre represents the obstacle of a seemingly unending famine and while a famine Hamin can't be outsmarted. The story shows that with enough determination. A person can outlast. Even the most dire of circumstances us through the villainous ogre parole was able to represent one of his societies deepest anxieties a social rather than moral well threat and that ability to represent different. Societal problems is what has made the ogre such versatile fairytale monster in little thumb. The dilemma is how to cope with a devastating famine in Motorola. It's the question of whether a son should be blamed for his father's sends in Shrek. It's the issue of being judged for our outward appearance and not by our inner character this ability to harness ernest variety of issues ensures ogres will continue to appear in stories for many years to come there so compelling because they remind us the true monsters don't always lurk in the night sometimes they lurk within us and thanks for listening to mythical monsters. We'll we'll be back next week with a new episode. You can find all episodes of mythical monsters and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Not only despite defy if I already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals. 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"alex benetton" Discussed on Mythology

Mythology

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on Mythology

"Thanks again for tuning into mythology. We'll be back Tuesday with a new episode. You can find more episodes of mythology and all other park cast originals for free on spotify not only to spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like mythology for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream mythology on spotify. Just open the APP tap browse and type mythology in the search bar. If you enjoy mythology you'll love my other podcast tales tales presents fairy tales tails the way they were originally told orally and unadulterated traditional fairy tales aren't exactly suitable for children and every other Saturday we dive into another dark classic tale and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast this network. We'll be back next week with another epic tale. Mythology was created by Max Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part part of the park cast network is produced by Max and Ron Cutler Sound Design Michael Eisner with production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Paul Moller additional additional production assistance by Maggie admire and Freddie Beckley. This episode of mythology was written by Alex Benetton. The amazing cast of voice actors includes Mike Kaposi Susannah Corrigan Harris Markson Samantha more Alistair Murdoch and Steve Pinto. I'm Vanessa Richardson.

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"alex benetton" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"alex benetton" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I love the the end i mean like his health and safety is all over the place because he's in a polit traveling by hundred miles an hour and a full helmet on. He's wearing a leather flight cap. The the right headgear for a five hundred mile power padres no crashes and he just goes. He goes poodle named i. I really you know what it means but it would be better if he just went <hes> shitsu just want it means but again i feel like cursing and made up foreign languages and movies is underrated. I feel like more movies should do. There's this is off topic but leila in stage. There's a bit where stitch which is in a very formal situation goes beach and people actually wrote because it's so rude you need more of that. In films we leap reacting to understand quite foul mouth true which is really. That's really at this point but in terms of world building padres. I do like the fact that jabba has a private walks. I'm a man that's cool way. Sorts lives in and he's like y'all. I'm here is like really cold. It's just so a very solid well building. Absolutely i also wanna commentators. The two headed commentator is voiced by scott caparo and greg from whose line is anyway ryan styles. It makes a mockery for that. I was still there yeah alex benetton. Have we missed some cricket. Uh she should have been should have been headed out. The ground five runs visit amazing. I guess those are good choices. Those are really good choices darth maul <hes> <hes> dave. You're a charlton fan yes <hes> but you may know that <hes> spurs <hes> enter the pitch to jewel of the fates yeah we'll. We'll try and get promoted it. You'll be at the wherever warriors next year bingos cross. Thank you chris to hear that first hand good choice of music very good choice so helen sports they get enough of. I'm always watching a sports quidditch rollerball you guys roller derby but now <hes> my number three yeah <hes> captain p it from the empire strikes back play by kenneth colley colleague who is one of the the empire dudes because there's a whole string of empire dues all the way through empire dudes and period took like fater. We've lived in har- fast <hes> so they let the there's a whole bunch of these these middle management guys who piss fader all get killed all the way through you know apology accepted stuff <hes> but it is the one who at the end really fox fater off and gets away with it and as someone who's been wildly over promoted in his career. I empathize with that moment. Where you've you've done something really bad and you're just waiting for the axe to fall on a doesn't the because he spends that whole movie walking on eggshells like he knows is cleaned whatever you need not have. I'll get you a strong two sugars..

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