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"amy bishop" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on WTOP

"Growing number of companies speak out against Georgia's controversial new voting law. Some are are questioning the Masters golf tournament for moving forward in the state. CBS correspondent Mark Strassmann has more from Augusta Return to glory. It's arguably the most prestigious tournament in golf, and since 1934 played at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. Despite growing controversy over the state's new voting law, Augusta's chairman Fred Ridley, said Wednesday the tournament will stay put. We realized that views and opinions on this law differ. There have been calls for boycotts and other punitive measures. Unfortunately, those actions often imposed the greatest burdens on the most vulnerable in our society. Voter rights advocates say the new Georgia law makes it harder for minorities and poor people to vote and will lead to suppression. Law shortens the timeframe for requesting and returning mail in ballots and limits where drop boxes for those ballots could be located, and at what time voters can access down them believe it seeks to turn back time to a period of Jim Crew. Amy Bishop Reginald Jackson is a critic of the law. On Sunday he plans to protest at the Masters with other religious leaders. Georgia and the Masters have a history of discrimination, and Georgia is probably the capital of voter suppression. Republicans have said Democrats are misrepresenting the law. Georgia's governor, Brian Kemp, criticized Major.

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"amy bishop" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

06:35 min | 2 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"The Masters is going to be the scene of a protest a little bit later on those stories just ahead so far this morning. It's been a pretty quiet drive. I'm Caleb Hutchins. I'll have a full look at traffic after news and weather, setting up with several rounds of showers, possibly a rumble of thunder over the next several days. Including later this afternoon, Meteorologist Tom Wetherby forecast next on Wdun Thursday morning, Everyone faith based leaders have actually called off plans to boycott Georgia businesses over the state's new voting law, At least for the time being. Amy Bishop Reginald Jackson had intended to target Coca Cola and Delta and Home Depot, but instead Has postponed that action, he says, until he talked virtually with company leaders that online meeting expected next week. Now Jackson is pushing ahead with a protest outside the Masters in Augusta, which has teed off this morning. Calls for movie and TV producers to pull out of the states over the new voting law, not being well received by some of the industry. Tia Powell is the publisher of the Georgia film and TV Source books, and it's before we had it with the any abortion law. Georgia got tons of letters during that time, saying Boycott never happened. We've got a really good strong production hub here, Powell telling CBS 46. Nearly all production facilities are book. Solid. Others say a boycott would hurt minorities who are employed or benefit from the states. Film industry Now three Georgia counties are being investigated for not keeping legal dropbox records during last November's election. The secretary of State's office says that coffee and Grady and Taylor counties all in South Georgia, failed to submit the forums that included the number of ballots that were collected at each. Stop it each box. Wdun news time 804, an armed man barricaded inside the residence and first sight county arrested after a standoff with SWAT officers last night. The incident unfolded in the Jamestown subdivision, according to a post on the first site, County Sheriff's Office. Facebook Page Sheriff's office says Shots were fired from inside the house during the incident, but no injuries were reported. The suspect, they say was taken into custody after officers used a nonlethal tactic to subdue him. More information on this incident expected later today, Vandals recently targeted a prominent historic site in North Georgia. U. S Forest Service is looking for those who caused irreparable damage to an archaeological site in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Union County. In a Facebook post this week, officials say Native American rock carvings dating back of 1000 years a tracker Gap have been scratched and painted over in damaged beyond repair. Authorities acknowledge the vandalism could have taken place sometime last year. During the pandemic, Rob Statler G. Anna knew by the way, the Forest Service saying, when people destroy historic sides, part of the nation's heritage is lost forever. Saying he'll be able to spend more time with his family and attend to some overdue projects. David Spillers announces his immediate retirement as police chief for the city of Flowery Branch. Deputy chief Chris Halsey will assume the chief's duties on an interim basis, and the pandemic hasn't hindered the boating industry. In fact, gains Phil Marina on the north end of Lake Lanier says business has never been better for sales and services. Well as other sectors of the industry service Marina and that too, is, uh, we're almost 100% full right now that we do have a few Openings here and there, but that just plays right into the same. The same thing that sales manager Paul Stovall, he says, If you want to buy a boat this season or even get your service, you need to act sooner rather than later because they are so busy. There's more news that access Wi you went Tell you on some of the summer afternoons. It's almost thinking of your walk across the lake. Just stepping from boat to boat. Really been busy? Yeah, it's been really busy, folks. Make sure you understand that operate the thing for you. Get out there, please. Don't you have to take some kind of no worse? No, no, You have to be a minimum of 16 the driver's license and you have to have your license with you when you're operating, But no, you really don't. You should. And I'm not one of those who wants a lot of government control on a lot of things, but I think Maybe there should be some sort of minimum standard. Besides, just age. I mean, I have a clue how how I would drive a boat. Even if I am allowed to do it. Yeah, I'd need a lesson. Yeah, and, you know, Fortunately now when you go into place like gangs of Marina or are any places sells about, they're going to give you a water trial. You get you gotta take the boat on the water going to see how you like it. And then they're gonna show you how to operate it. Fortunately, There a lot of other things about voting. Besides and understand the controls is very important, but understanding how not to run into other people or ground the thing is important as well. One of those markers mean I've read Paul Marker means something different than a black hole marker on def You don't read them right? You could get in trouble. Yeah, it seems like you need some basic knowledge. Tear the bottom right out of the book. Careful, All right. And if you want to get the service done, you better put it in the shop. Now, if you want to get it back by. Why don't know. June They're all of it. I went to get mine service a couple of months ago, and it should have taken two weeks. They said We can't get it two for two weeks. And then it took two weeks after that for him to actually to work on it. Okay? Yeah, it was just a basic service. Oil change. You know that sort of stuff? Nothing. Nothing. Major. Nothing major. So it's it's popular. Yeah, definitely. It's almost like folks realized. Hey, there's a lake here. Well, some businesses are thriving, while others have suffered. And of course, today's the day that that all of these restrictions basically have eased. Um, so we'll see what happens with more larger gatherings being allowed restaurant rules being relaxed hair salon rules generals that kind of thing, so we'll see if other businesses recover. Right. We'll keep our eye on that and we'll just see if we do this. See if the numbers go up or down or don't change that much. Hopefully we'll do it responsibly and we could see the number continue to go down and we can get back to normal or whatever. That's going to be going forward forecast for today. Rain on the way but not right away. We'll take a look at that forecast for you. We'll take a look at the drive is well, It's all straight ahead as we continue with mornings on Main Street from North Georgia's news talk W D U N It's a past. Well,.

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"amy bishop" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

06:04 min | 2 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"The access Wdun hearty Chevrolet newsroom. I'm B. J. Williams to boycott or not to boycott Georgia businesses will take a look at those stories will have other news for you from the crime beat as well So far this morning. We had no issues on our roads around the area. I'm Caleb Hutchins. I'll have the latest on traffic after news and weather, setting up with several rounds of showers, possibly a rumble of thunder over the next several days, including later this afternoon. Meteorologist Tom Wetherby forecast next on Wdun. Good morning to everyone. Faith based at leaders say they were calling off plans to boycott Georgia businesses over the state's new voting law, At least for now, Amy Bishop Reginald Jackson had planned to target Coca Cola and Delta and Home Depot but postpone the action, he says, until he speaks virtually with company leaders next week. Now Jackson is pushing ahead with a protest outside the Masters in Augusta, which gets underway today calls for movie and TV producers to pull out of the state over the new voting law, not being received well by some in the industry. Tia Powell is the publisher of the Georgia film and TV Source book. And this before we had it with the any abortion law. Georgia got tons of letters during that time. Same boycott never happened. We've got Really good, strong production home here. Powell telling CBS 46 that nearly all production facilities are booked solid. Others say a boycott would hurt minorities who are employed or benefit from the film industry in the state. Three Georgia counties are being investigated for not keeping legal dropbox records during last November's election. The secretary of state's office yesterday saying coffee Grady and Taylor counties failed to submit the form said included the number of ballots that were collected at each stop. Wdun news time. 6 33, A man originally from Cleveland, was killed in a pedestrian accident in Atlanta early Saturday morning, and police are now looking for the driver who killed him. WD wins TERROR Brolly tells us what happened, man to please say 28 year old. Even McAllister was walking on Piedmont Avenue near Lindbergh Drive in the Buckhead area. When a gray Jeep Grand Cherokee, it ran into him. He was taken to a nearby hospital, but died from his injuries. Police obtained a witness video that showed the vehicle speeding away, almost striking another pedestrian. Now they're looking for other information that will lead them to the suspect. McAllister lived in the Atlanta area, but he was a native of Cleveland, a graduate of White County High School and Georgia Tech. By the way, a go fund me page has been set up to help with funeral expenses for McAllister. You confined that Lincoln Access Wdun. Saying he'll be able to spend more time with his family and attend to some overdue projects. David Spillers announces his retirement as police chief for the city of Flowery Branch. Spillers made the announcement in a letter dated April six, saying his retirement begins immediately. City manager Bill Andrew says deputy chief Chris Halsey will assume the chief's duties on an interim basis. Vandals recently targeting a prominent historic site in northeast Georgia. U. S Forest Service is looking for those who caused irreparable damage to an archaeological site in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Union County. In a Facebook post this week, officials say Native American rock carvings dating back 1000 years attract rock gap have been scratched and painted over in damage. Beyond repair. Authorities acknowledge the vandalism could have taken place sometime last year during the pandemic. Rob Stadler GNN news There is more news online and access Wdun very disappointing story this morning. Oh, that's horrible, you know, And when you destroy something like that, I mean, it's not recoverable move, so I don't know what they were thinking. And I'm not thinking, but it's one of those just so such a juvenile. Thing. Oh, this is gonna be funny. We'll do this. And you don't realize how what the significance of these things are really well, exactly. You know that? I mean, there's no fixing it back. No. So, yeah. I mean, you lose that part of part of the heritage. Forever. It's just it's gone. What good does it do? Anybody? Why would you do that? What does it give you? What does it bring you some sort of sense of idiotic, small power. Okay? Yeah, I don't know. And apparently they had not been up in that area to kind of look around in a while. Because if they're saying it could have happened last year during covert, and if it happened during the winter months, you know nobody was up there. Hiking much so on. I'm not super familiar with with that area. Um, have not. I don't do a lot hiking anyway, I'm old and tired, but track rock gap, You know, I mean, that's Ah, That's a pretty good track rock a couple of times. Yeah, but Well, yeah, you're you're afraid to hide because it might lead the camping and that's one thing we know you're not really interested in. Nobody wants that to happen. They hear a lot of whining. Lot of whining. Keep the bears away. Look at that. Thank you. Take you on the Appalachian Trail is a Zapotec shin. No, Alright, forecast on the way. If want to get out. Do some hiking. Better do it before we get to the middle of the day Because we got some rain coming our way we'll take a look at that will also get an update on your drive as well. And you spot a problem. Let us know be a traffic trooper 77 Oh 5352911 wdun time 6 37 with mornings on Main Street. Well, hey, stranger. Want us to deal your hands? Your gold complete two. We already got a game. It's Kino. That's gotta be his tricky is brushing amused teeth. It's easy. You just picked in numbers. Then Kingo picks 20. The more you match, the more you win a piece of cake, So I picked 10 numbers in some Kate. No cake. Just 10 numbers and Kino picks 20 if I match.

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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

04:18 min | 4 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Also particularly damning against amy was a newspaper clipping caught in a crime scene photo taken of amy's room. The clipping was about the murder of patrick. Duffy's parents by a teenager. Who shot them with a twelve gauge shotgun. Then stole a getaway car from a dealership in june two thousand ten. Amy was charged with first degree murder in connection with the shooting. Death of her brother in nineteen eighty-six investigators said she would have to go on trial in alabama before she could be tried in massachusetts amy's potential involvement in the nineteen ninety-three pipe bomb was also reinvestigated however in october. Two thousand ten. The us attorney's office stated she was not being charged in that incident and the case remains unsolved and two thousand twelve two and a half years after the huntsville shootings. Amy bishop was sentenced to life in prison. She had previously pled guilty but was still required to have a trial since she had pleaded guilty to a capital murder charge. Amy repeatedly said she did not have anything to do with the shootings and in court. She shook her head any time. The judge or prosecutors discussed the killings district attorney. Rob broussard said this did not make any sense to him. You can't take a loaded nine millimeter and hold it inches away from human being's head to me. You didn't mean to do that. The shootings left the campus in a state of upheaval. The university mourn the loss of three of their professors and rallied around the three who had been shot during the meeting. gopi padilla. The department chair was remembered as a lovable father figure who help students with anxiety over giving speeches. He told one of his students if she got nervous to just look at him. Adrian johnson had created the council of african american faculty in two thousand four and maria. Ragland davis had helped promoted in recent years and two thousand four. The two were among only seven black faculty members at the university. A memorial service was held for the three professors on the campus on friday february nineteenth..

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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Before the shootings. Amy drove to the administration building while still in her car. She called the president's office and said she was going to come discuss her case she was told president williams would not meet with her and she should not come into the building moments later. Amy watched as the president and provost worse courted of the building by police in huntsville. Amy was the member of a writing. Group were fledgling authors could get feedback on their writing. This was another place. Where amy stood out as prickly and arrogant not long after joining. She came to a meeting with numerous copies of her manuscript. She told them she wanted their input before she sent it to her agent. The leader of the group exploded and let her know he did not believe she had an ancient in one thousand nine hundred eight. And the ipswich neighborhood where amy gym moved. Neighbors reported problems from the first day. They arrived on the first day. They're moving truck backed over the basketball. Hoop where all the neighborhood. Kids played all the neighbors thought. It was an accident but soon realized that they had done it intentionally. Afterwards for just over. Four years amy would often call the police complain about her neighbors. The music was too loud. Bouncing balls was annoying and the ice cream truck. Didn't need to come down their street when a basketball hoop was erected to replace the one that was backed over. Amy complained constantly about it. Finally some of the parents asked her. Why annoyed her so badly. The discussion almost erupted into a fistfight. Because amy became so incensed when rumors spread that they were moving to alabama. The neighbors rejoiced the day their vehicle backed out of the driveway for the last time. The neighbors ordered pizza popped open beers and had an impromptu block party to celebrate her departure. The home they moved to in huntsville wasn't anomaly. It sat on two streets. This created a great deal of confusion and caused mail to be lost more than once and spring of two thousand eight. Jim hit and totaled.

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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Local officer. Search for amy and quickly found her meanwhile south had been taken to the nearest hospital. Sam who had been out shopping for christmas presents went to the hospital in saul. Seth pushed past him on a gurney. He said sutton looked at him. But emergency room workers said he was already dead by then later that evening amy was released in judy's care due to amy's highly emotional state. The intention was to question her leader once. She had a chance to calm down but over the following days. This did not seem to happen. The investigation fell to the district attorney's office who questioned amy eleven days after the shooting the ultimate ruling was an accidental shooting but several individuals involved in the investigation stated leader. They had not seen the final paperwork. Amy's defense was that she was terrified to be in the house on her own after the burglary or robbery but that begs the question it had been at least a year since the burglary happened. So was this the first time she had been home alone since then. Amy also said that she and her father had an argument that morning before he had left. No charges were filed against in the shooting death of her brother. Amy said she had fired one shot into the wall in her bedroom. Covered it with a mirror then went downstairs and shot said then fired one more shot into the ceiling. The former police chief was shocked that anyone would consider he had been a part of the cover up in this case as he did not instruct his officers to release amy when they did and he did not know her mother very well despite the fact that she had served on the police personnel board. A few years. Prior to the death of seth when questioned after amy shooting spree in huntsville the former chief said many of the files had gone missing and no one knew where they were. Amy received no counselling after the shooting and just threw herself into her schoolwork. She again attended classes at northeastern university riding with her father to and from each day as time went on and she graduated from northeastern she rarely spoke of.

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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Up. Who was amy bishop. And why had she done this. Amy bishop was from braintree massachusetts. A middle class suburb of boston. Her mother judy was involved in local politics as an elected member of the town committee. Her father sam was a professor of art at northeastern university. She had one brother. Seth who was a year or two younger than her. Amy had completed her doctorate at harvard university and was married to jim anderson for about two decades at the time of the university shooting. The couple had four children aged eight to eighteen. That's just the surface information. However once the investigation into the shooting began reports of a troubled and troublesome woman appeared and two thousand and two. Amy bishop was charged with assault for hitting a woman in the head after an altercation over a booster seat at an ihop. She allegedly shouted. I am dr amy bishop. She was never found guilty although she was put on probation for this incident in nineteen ninety-three. Amy and her husband. Were investigated in relation to a male bumps into dr paul rosenberg of boston's children hospital. Dr rosenberg was responsible for amy's resignation as a postdoctoral fellow at the hospitals neurobiology lab two weeks later a pipe bomb package was sent to dr rosenberg's home gym amy's husband was implicated because he said he wanted revenge on dr rosenberg. Due to a bad review he had given amy on december nineteenth nineteen ninety-three dr rosenberg and his wife had just returned to their newton massachusetts home. After a vacation. Going through the mail. Dr rosenberg began to open a box. Instead of opening the flaps he used the knife to slice the box open unknowingly of oil disaster had the box been opened via the flaps. The bomb would have detonated killing anyone in the immediate vicinity. When dr rosenberg saw the contents of the package he and his wife immediately fled their home contacting. The police. state. Fire marshall's disarmed. The bomb and luckily the rosenbergs were safe. Dr rosenberg told investigators. He had been instrumental and amy's resignation from the hospital the month before he said despite her harvard credentials he felt she could not need the standards required for the work. He said despite her harvard credentials he felt she could not meet the standards required for the work other said that her husband wanted to shoot him bomb him stab him or strangle him. Others said that amy's husband wanting to shoot him bomb him stab him or strangle dr rosenberg going. Even further back in nineteen eighty six. When amy was nineteen there was a shooting incident. That disrupted the peaceful family home which was an old victorian and braintree..

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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Mass shootings females account for four percent of mass shootings. In the united states. overall women are less likely to commit homicide with ten to thirteen percent of homicides in the us carried out by females. Women are also less likely to use firearms to carry out their homicide impulses with only eight percent of firearm. Homicides committed by them. Today's focus is about a woman who broke the norms. In every way. Okay onto the show. It began like any other faculty meeting. It was three o'clock pm on february twelfth. Two thousand ten faculty and staff from the university of alabama and huntsville's biology department had just filed into the small windowless conference room and the shelby center for science and technology the department chair distributed printed agendas and the meeting began after about fifty minutes. The meeting drew to a close. And amy bishop a neurobiologist. At the university stood and withdrew a nine millimeter route from her purse. She turned and shot. Gopi pedala the department chair in the head. The other individuals in the room set in shock for second that stretched out like eternity. While amy pointed the gun at stephanie monte-carlo department assistant the bullet found its mark and shot another individual adria johnson. A cell biologist. People began reacting screaming trying to find cover and trying to escape the room. Unfortunately amy was blocking the only exit. Amy aimed at a fourth person. Maria ragland davis and shot her deborah moriarty colleague who considered amy. Her friend watched in horror and in disbelief as a shot. Maria snapping to she dove under the table screaming at amy to remember. Depres daughter and grandchild. Deborah flung her arms around amy's legs in screamed. Amy don't do this. Amy look down and pointed the gun at deborah. Amy pull the trigger but the gun just clicked. She pulled the trigger again and it clicked again. Deborah crawled into the hallway. And amy followed pulling the trigger over and over as. Amy tried to repair her gun. Deborah ran back into the conference room where she and other colleagues barricaded the door inside the room. Lay three of her colleagues dead and three others bleeding profusely from their wounds and other colleague joseph being told reporters that amy was methodical about executing her colleagues. Everyone who was shot was sitting on the same side of an oval conference table as amy the remaining individuals were on the other side dropped to the floor and try to use the table as cover. Meanwhile amy who was locked out of the conference room decided to leave. She cleaned herself up in a first floor. Bathroom washing off the gun. And throwing it and her bloody blazer in the trash can. Amy calmly walked to a lab and asked a student if she could borrow their cellphone then called her husband. She told him she was done then. Tried to leave the building via loading dock. There was a sheriff's deputy waiting for her and she was taken into custody immediately. The question started.

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"amy bishop" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

08:04 min | 4 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Is so that kinda made me. Yes tear up from that. This one's called. If let's bring it back up this one. My dad taste phil spector. Because it's a spoiler but it's also the best okay. Yes hi georgia. Karen stephen and all furry friends it's inclusive. I liked that. I've been wanting to write. And she for the longest time about my quote connection with phil spector. My dad was a police officer in southern california for almost twenty years and was one of the officers who responded to the nine one one call after he shot and killed. Clarkson spector was resisting arrest. Which i didn't know and my dad was the one who pays him now. I was eight at the time and it was extremely fascinated that my dad taste a celebrity. And i told everyone i could. And i was told to stop telling people hashtag oops an eight-year-old being like hey my dad taste okay. I remember watching the trial on tv as a kid and how they had to blur out. My dad's name and face for privacy. He was actually asked to stand up so people could see his height and weight and it was questioned why he even had a taste specter. Maybe because he had just killed someone question. Mark question are my mom actually attended the trial one day and said specter turned around and stared at her and she got instant chills. When i told my dad about your podcast and how i wanted to write in with the story and suggested to cover spills phil spector. He replied with why that piece of shit doesn't deserve any more publicity Needless to say when spector died a few weeks ago. My dad's response was fucking finally. Thanks for all the stories that. Keep me entertained when i drive from arizona to california to visit my family. I've turned my boyfriend into a murder reno and we've bonded over interest in to crime. I'm really glad my knowledge of serial killers hasn't scared him away yet. Ssd gm kelsey kelsey. Nice job okay. here's a. I'm not going to read you this line of this one because it is a. It's a giveaway. Or hey karen georgia stephen and all the amazing for babies so just immediately trying to start a fight. I went to an engineering university. Where are primarily focused. Study is aerospace engineering. Among all of the smart technical people was an art major. I always felt like an outcast but some of the headlines. My university makes made me feel more normal than i ever felt from. Chemistry professor throwing a class made bomb into our pond to a professor shooting at a group of her colleagues. Because she didn't get tenure. That's the one i did. Yeah yeah. I'm gonna pretend like i knew this but stephen actually just ready to us. University of alabama at huntsville is where i'm guessing. This person went to call. Yeah right right. Because i did the story of Amy bishop who shot a bunch of people point blank in a meeting coral horrifying okay. My university keeps me shaking my head. What takes the cake though is when mysterious. Silver boxes chained down to benches started randomly appearing around campus. No one reported it however someone eventually did report the mysterious boxes and suddenly the bomb squad descended upon our campus carefully. They blow up one of the boxes only to find the plane. Oh what king a playing card inside. As these policemen stood there in confusion. Alerting group Live action role playing came to tell police that these mysterious soper boxes were part of a game they were all playing for their quote. Unquote quests sky's. the police. Were not amused and instructed them to go around campus and remove the boxes from all their locations so long story. Short lurking isn't unusual at my university but our police department draws the line at larkin games that involve mysterious silver boxes fair. He's not that also that are chained. Think think it through. It couldn't be like unless you had put crime scene tape around me. Couldn't have been more ominous. 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"amy bishop" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

04:08 min | 4 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"On february twelfth. Twenty ten forty five year. Old niro biologist. Amy bishop arrived a routine faculty meeting with her university of alabama huntsville colleagues about the minutes after the meeting started. She pulled a handgun from her purse and fire on the group after she fled the conference room bishop discarded her bloodstained jacket and weapon in a bathroom. She intended to slip out unseen and meet her husband outside the shelby center but was intercepted by police outside. The building bishop was then arrested and taken into custody. The shooting critically wounded six of bishops colleagues. Killing three it was a senseless as it was ruthless and many wondered what prompted the usually reserved scientists to turn violent. It didn't take investigators long to uncover a vital clue according to the new yorker a police chief from the boston suburb of braintree. Where bishop had grown up called huntsville's sheriff's department the morning after the shooting. His warning was grave. The woman you have in custody. I thought you'd wanna know. She shot and killed her brother back in. Nineteen eighty six according to amy's mother. Judy bishop when amy was twenty one. She accidentally shot her younger brother. Seth as judy told. Amy been home visiting from college and mistaken seth for an intruder. The family had experienced a break in their house the year before and amy's father purchased a shotgun for security. Amy raised the loaded shotgun but stopped short when she realized it was only seth arriving home from running errands but when she attempted to unload the gun. Amy accidentally shot her eighteen year. Old brother killing him. Amy was held in police custody until that evening. Boston police indicated. They believed to be an accident. Supported by a medical examiner's analysis of seth's gunshot wound though the incident likely caused. Ptsd shock. amy. Bishop didn't receive counselling or psychiatric treatment following her brother's death. When bishop later married and became a mother. Despite the appearance of normality it became clear that she was prone to explosive behavior. She reportedly lashed out in public on various occasions. Even physically assaulting a stranger pancake restaurant whose family was seated before hers bishop was also known to dismiss graduate students in her lab that she was supposed to be advising some acquaintances believed she was growing arrogant and resentful this increasingly erratic behavior coupled with reports that bishop had grown bitter and isolated after being denied tenure led investigators to believe the shooting was a demonstration of retaliation and anchor as bishop awaited trial in prison. The case of her brother's death was also reopened in june of two thousand ten. A grand jury indicted. Amy bishop for first degree murder of her brother shortly after she was indicted on multiple counts including capital murder and attempted murder for the february twelfth. Shooting though bishop initially pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity she ultimately pled guilty and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole bishop tried unsuccessfully to appeal the ruling and while she later express some remorse for her actions as nbc. News reported in two thousand fifteen many wary of bishops sincerity one survivor of the huntsville. Shooting cited it as a ploy to reduce her time in prison to date bishop continues to serve her sentence in an alabama penitentiary.

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The University of Alabama Shooting

Today in True Crime

04:08 min | 4 months ago

The University of Alabama Shooting

"On february twelfth. Twenty ten forty five year. Old niro biologist. Amy bishop arrived a routine faculty meeting with her university of alabama huntsville colleagues about the minutes after the meeting started. She pulled a handgun from her purse and fire on the group after she fled the conference room bishop discarded her bloodstained jacket and weapon in a bathroom. She intended to slip out unseen and meet her husband outside the shelby center but was intercepted by police outside. The building bishop was then arrested and taken into custody. The shooting critically wounded six of bishops colleagues. Killing three it was a senseless as it was ruthless and many wondered what prompted the usually reserved scientists to turn violent. It didn't take investigators long to uncover a vital clue according to the new yorker a police chief from the boston suburb of braintree. Where bishop had grown up called huntsville's sheriff's department the morning after the shooting. His warning was grave. The woman you have in custody. I thought you'd wanna know. She shot and killed her brother back in. Nineteen eighty six according to amy's mother. Judy bishop when amy was twenty one. She accidentally shot her younger brother. Seth as judy told. Amy been home visiting from college and mistaken seth for an intruder. The family had experienced a break in their house the year before and amy's father purchased a shotgun for security. Amy raised the loaded shotgun but stopped short when she realized it was only seth arriving home from running errands but when she attempted to unload the gun. Amy accidentally shot her eighteen year. Old brother killing him. Amy was held in police custody until that evening. Boston police indicated. They believed to be an accident. Supported by a medical examiner's analysis of seth's gunshot wound though the incident likely caused. Ptsd shock. amy. Bishop didn't receive counselling or psychiatric treatment following her brother's death. When bishop later married and became a mother. Despite the appearance of normality it became clear that she was prone to explosive behavior. She reportedly lashed out in public on various occasions. Even physically assaulting a stranger pancake restaurant whose family was seated before hers bishop was also known to dismiss graduate students in her lab that she was supposed to be advising some acquaintances believed she was growing arrogant and resentful this increasingly erratic behavior coupled with reports that bishop had grown bitter and isolated after being denied tenure led investigators to believe the shooting was a demonstration of retaliation and anchor as bishop awaited trial in prison. The case of her brother's death was also reopened in june of two thousand ten. A grand jury indicted. Amy bishop for first degree murder of her brother shortly after she was indicted on multiple counts including capital murder and attempted murder for the february twelfth. Shooting though bishop initially pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity she ultimately pled guilty and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole bishop tried unsuccessfully to appeal the ruling and while she later express some remorse for her actions as nbc. News reported in two thousand fifteen many wary of bishops sincerity one survivor of the huntsville. Shooting cited it as a ploy to reduce her time in prison to date bishop continues to serve her sentence in an alabama penitentiary.

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"amy bishop" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

07:31 min | 7 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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Subject line of this one is personal connection to the u. a. h. shooting. Hello i've been meaning to send us email for months. But when i saw today's episode was about my hometown murderer. I figured it was finally time. I tell you my personal connection to this tragedy. I thought i was done with procrastination when i graduated college. This may but you know shruggy emoji. Oh oh that never goes away. Let me just tell you get. It's gets worse as you. I'm not gonna all the horrible story of the shooting but my personal connection is kind of funny. So let's just focus on that If you wanna hear this the horrible story of the shooting of the university of alabama at huntsville We just did it this week. So that's congratulations smarty. We live in a suburb of huntsville at the time of the shooting and it shook the entire area. Because things like that. Don't really happen here. Flash forward a couple years and a new fast food establishment is built in our town. My mom went to this restaurant every morning before work to get a sandwich and chat with one of the employees who she ends up becoming very good friends with my mama's classic southern woman she never meets a stranger and she will talk your ear off so this was very common for her well after awhile. My mom being friends with this lovely woman. She finally confides in my mom that she and this is an all caps shared a jail cell with. Amy bishop anderson while she was awaiting sentencing for this murder while that is not the connection. I thought right. It's it's very much out of left field and then it says seriously. The employee was in jail for minor charges but she was put in a cell with a murderer for some period of time. But that's not all. She told my mom that while they were in jail together. The other inmates called her shooter. Bishop she mostly kept to herself. The woman also told my mom that the twenty twenty episode about amy bishop anderson aired on the jail tv and they all watched it while she was in the room with the. Oh my god the woman said. Aba sat in the corner and sulked the whole. I don't like the way. I'm portrayed in this story out being fucking murderer of 'bout about me truly doing a one of the worst crimes they've ever i mean just absolutely the psychotic anyways as much as i make fun of my mom for befriending every person she meets. I'm currently thankful that she talks to everyone she meets or else. I wouldn't have the story to tell you. stay sexy. And maybe befriend your local restaurant workers abigail. I love that. Because i love the idea of this southern nice southern mom woman who somehow gets this woman to tell her about something. You would think a southern mom might be judgy about right. She's not she's just she's clearly not. Yeah which is really cool because you know people get in in prison for very petty things and it's happens to a lot of fucking people and to those people's pretty sometimes people get are arrested put in jail for things so mine are or sometimes afford nothing at all as we well know so there is that thing of like you know. We're not this is not. we're not basically. Why did they put right a person who murdered three people and shot nine people just kind woodland with who anybody drug crime or something or whatever on weiland yeah. It's stealing muffins from this shop. Or whatever right. yeah Okay my last. One abandoned underwater locales accidental deaths and bonus sinkhole horror. Oh wait.

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"amy bishop" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:16 min | 11 months ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Langston, the dean of Howard Law School, Douglas was order of the day and Amy Bishop gives in You know the the opening So, but I think that ground in the rarest of cases are their monuments rendered important by a speech at its unveiling most unveiling speeches I want our either forgettable or repulsive. In this case, Douglas gave the second greatest speech of his life, the first being the Fourth of July speech, but his treatments memorial speech, all 13 pages of it was a masterpiece. The first part he took on Lincoln directly dead. Honestly, he said, a rambling was the White man's president Abraham Lincoln, and his prejudices. Assumptions was a white man. He was not our president, meaning our black people's president. And then came that famous line. My wife, fellow citizens, you are Abraham Lincoln's Children on My people are his stepchildren. Incredible metaphor, step Children by adoption by necessity and circumstance. And then in the middle of that speech comes apart. And his ship. He's just not celebrating Lincoln. But, he says with a refrain three times Under his rule and in due time under his rule, and in due time, Lincoln found the method the way to create the policy by which we became free. David blacked his book, Frederick Douglass. Profit of Freedom It honors Lincoln's essential kind of political pragmatism. At the same time, Douglas had been generous, honest about what most black folks had thought of Lincoln in the first year and 1/2 or more of the war, including Douglas and last point That speech is really directed at the audience in the 1st 2 rows because he had president Grant members of the Cabinet justices of the Supreme Court members of the House and Senate. The entire government said in front of him, and Douglas is telling them you're losing reconstruction. They're falling apart and you don't act now you'll never have another chance. I'm sorry, went on too long about this speech. But I do know the imagery of that monument is offensive to many people, but not all people. And I'm now in dialogue on email more than I want to be. But with people who live in that neighborhood, African Americans who live in that neighborhood who are of different opinions about this, maybe breaking down generationally, I don't know, but it's interesting how people respond to that particular image was just such 1/19 century image Well, You know for me, I This is what I disagree with David on. I think I think the statue should probably I know. Museums hate it when they say they should be put the museum. They're like we're gonna keep this going Put it put it. I think the National Museum of African American History would be a wonderful place to put it with. Douglas, his speech and everything put into context. The difficulty, you know, I'm impressed by the fact that this was black people who raise the money for this, but they didn't get the opportunity to say what the image should be. And it's not a surprise that the image would be that of a white savior and a new slave. I mean, I'm not. I'm not one of those people who says Abraham Lincoln didn't I got shot in the back of the head? I was martyred for coming up with that policy. And having people think that they were when he was creating black citizenship, So he sacrificed all so I know I'm not one of those people, you know? Put Lincoln in a corner. Ah, but African American man bled and died for freedom as soldiers, African American men, women and Children, you know, ran away from plant left the plantation. End of the plantation system. Black people brought about their freedom contributed to brought bring about their freedom and the idea that they would raise money. Give it to whites, and their answer would be A white saver motive and you said, this is the 19th century is not 1/19 century thing. If you want to talk about race, we could talk about today. The image of the white savior film movies everywhere. This this notion that you can't have blacks and whites can't exist equally, not a statue with them standing with the person standing next to him, maybe not shaking hands. That might have been too much, maybe a gesture towards it. Or their joint effort to end slavery. So this is it said before about the Confederacy, this thing sort of going off into nowhere. The notion of the white savior exist today and people who are white to see themselves as progressive and our allies still haven't easier time dealing. With us when you are in a position of superiority. That's a comfort that level. Even if you're doing something good. It has to be white here, blacks down there. And so I think seeing that image is the symbol of feeling that I felt going on Central Park West with Teddy Jr. Thie, the Native American and the black person on either side. I'm probably if they could just sort of get a welder to separate those two people up and did have trom the horse. That would be fine, But it's sending a message in if that message were something the emancipation messes if that was something that had gone If the notion of the white savior did not exist today that I might have a different view. But the 19th century is still president here in the 21st century, and so I don't I wouldn't want my kid walking past that. And I felt the same way taking my kids into the American Museum of Natural History to say. Explain that statue. What is that saying about who you are and who you have been? Ah, let me just add here that My proposal is to build an additional emancipation monument next to the Freemans Memorial. And it was actually Douglas a suggestion which we only recently had verified by the intrepid research of Scott Sandage and John White on the clippings in the past. Yeah, yeah, in the past week. To my knowledge of Douglas. Five days after that, unveiling in the national Republican on this paper in D. C. Douglas said he didn't like that kneeling slave. He wanted a standing strong image of emancipation, and he's himself suggested. An additional monuments should be. Yeah, I guess my point of view on this is why not have both. What incredible teaching one. Khun do because how many people are going to really see this in a museum? You're right. If it's in a good space in the African American Museum, it may indeed be seen by a lot of people because a lot of people go there. A lot of people have that juxtaposition there that shows the then and the now the past and the present and celebrate Douglas to speeches. Well, why not a Douglass statue there, So would that be your solutions? I mean, let's let's extend this problem. I started off by saying, What's wonderful about the work that both of you do. Is that the two of you present historical figures is complicated people. Yes, Some. Here's too complicated People. General Sheridan, Philip Sheridan. In general all over Otis Howard heroic figures in terms of their role in the Civil war. Somewhat less heroic in terms of their role in killing and removing the native Americans after the civil war. So, David, you're solution would be any time we have a statue of Phil Sheridan. We put another statue next to it that somehow commemorates Help us to remember the other things. He How do we deal with the complexity? People live 567 decades. How do you deal with the complexities of their lives? Don't feel shared. Maritz, that kind of worry and concern there are shared and monuments. Clearly, there's factors of Sheridan's Square and Indians Me and think that Dorcas well, there's one in New York. He's down in the village. So yeah, and most Americans don't even know Oliver Oda's Howard was unless they know In Howard University supposed but, you know, Yeah, this is a mess. It's complicated. It always is going to be, But I do think people need a reminder. That you just can't purify the past and you can't purify your memory. You're gonna have to make choices about these things, and some monuments.

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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"ADT dot com slash smart. Let's head to two thousand one Amy had a baby boy and she named him. Seth most of her colleagues weren't aware of the significance of that name one friend would recall that she knew her when she was pregnant, but nothing was ever mentioned about Seth. She said imagine having a whole conversation about baby names. Meanwhile, Amy was sidestepping the fact that she was going to name her baby. After her brother who she had killed Amy sunset was born on. What would have been her brother's thirty third birthday as well. So that's kind of odd strange coincidence creepy yard. She couldn't have planned that way. I don't think it was a scheduled C-section choose. So any also fancied herself, novelist. Did you know that any she was in a writer scrape though, she'd wrote ended up writing three novels none of which were ever published. Amy, the book's protagonists were Greek heritage dreamt of careers in science and are haunted by the death of child. They Wentz knew. For several of characters procreation offered symbolic redemption. Well, yeah. And that would be said about her having four children it was kind of like creating life because she'd taken life wrote plus she had three daughters on the really wanted to son. So she got pregnant again trying to replace her brother almost it's odd. Yeah. It was a Saturday morning in two thousand two when Amy Jim in their kids went for breakfast at a crowded, I have restaurant in Peabody Massachussetts when they requested a booster seat for Seth a waitress told them that the last one had just been given to another family, and this is when Amy became very angry and kind of went into a rage. She went to the table of the other family, which was just a woman in her kids, and she shrieked I am Dr Amy Bishop over and over a manager asked Amy to leave the restaurant and she did. But this was only after she went back to the woman with the booster seat and hit on the head pretty hard Amy was arrested. But again, the charges were dropped. That's that's an interesting episode. This gives you some look into her persona. Well, when people would say, she was under a lot of stress, but nobody does. The kept saying that. Yeah. I know she got her doctorate and ended up doing a fair amount of postdoctoral studies before she got hired by the university of Alabama. So I I would imagine a lot of pressure. Once he finished you degree. You wanna get hired by a university. If you're pursuing that track and get tenure track. So you can have a less stressful life. He well, it significant that Amy was pretty much the sole breadwinner in this family Jim had never gone on for his advanced degree any worked only sporadically often in laboratory jobs that he got with Amy's help. In one of her novels eastern, Boston. The protagonist Elizabeth is married to Jack a computer programmer who can't hold a job and ends up working at a radio shack. She describes him in the book as ambition challenge in flaccid bed. Loving loser. Amy once told one of her Alabama colleagues that her husband Jim was just too smart to work. Now, I'm thinking that probably had kind of a circus -tic tilt to it. I'm not sure I think this kind of Oto by a graphical. Oh, well that for sure. But I mean, her comment on him being too smart to work sounds like it probably had some sarcasm to. Absolutely. Yeah. So I mean that adds to pressure. She the breadwinner, she has four little kids and a husband that maybe wasn't allowed to help around the house either. Some men are like that. I know you're not. But there are men like that probably wasn't now she finally did get hired at the university of Alabama in Huntsville in two thousand three this is ten years after she received to a while. It's quite some time. So she accepted a tenure track position T E N URI if Sunday like ten year tenure, okay? Ten years important means lifetime job security. If you get tenured, you're in you're hired for life. Basically, kinda do whatever you want. If you have gaining Glenn sabbaticals. It can teach what you want. Yeah. And of a strange thing because they don't have that in other professions note. So the residents of the street where they lived finally remember the day, the family left, they were happy because while the kids weren't bed Amy was universally disliked. And I mean universal. I couldn't find any reference to anybody in that neighborhood that liked now she was difficult to get along with in that neighborhood. So there you hall pulled away the neighbors came out of their houses and be candid cheer. And one of the kids yelled out ding Dong, the which is dead. And then everybody started singing the song from the wizard of us and one family suggested that they have a pizza party to celebrate the bishop's departure. So it's funny. But it's also sad especially for Amy's kits. Hopefully hear it all now. But the overall feeling about her mom had to be known to the older kids at least. Oh, yeah. So the university of Alabama Huntsville college administrators were really excited to have a scientist with a Harvard degree. So they were so excited. In fact, they never bothered to verify the information on her CV a lot of that. Yeah. A lot of it was inaccurate accurate. That's a nice way. Putting she lied. She claimed that she had worked in a lab run by researcher Bruce temple for three years should actually only been there for a year. She also exaggerated her exp. -perience of Beth Israel Deaconess hospital where she had feuded with Dr Hugo Gonzales Suratis fellowship there lasted less than a year and was not renewed. And she claimed on her resume that she worked there from two thousand to two thousand three technically that's true but misleading she didn't list the professors that you'd worked with on her resume is context either. So well, all the references. She gave were people other than those. She had worked with or for always read flack. But why didn't they pick that up? Why didn't they ask her for peer references? They were just kind of bamboozled by the Harvard degree you. Now, they were kind of Austria reminds me of Palo much Arini. It does you're looking at the celebrity value. Right. Exactly to have faculty member who's a Harvard. PHD? Exactly. I don't know if they got a lot of them there. They were becoming more and more vestige. Down there. But they weren't the same as the places in Boston. No, they weren't. For someone who wanted tenure so badly. Amy didn't focus enough on publishing, and that's the old maxim publisher parish, right? You got to crank out the works jail. Even as an undergrad. Now. I was surprised to see you need to get published. Yeah. I'm looking at this stuff with our kids going through college and thinking I'm glad I've already done that. Now, it's a lot of pressure you're up. Now, she did publish an annual article in two thousand four two thousand five in two thousand six but then she went unpublished for three years. This was a serious problem because there was no explanation for this. And it was going to be used against her. And she had to know that she was very familiar with academia now, Amy complained. That publishing was a cookie cutter approach to science. But of course, her bosses did not share that opinion at all on whether you agree with that or not I mean. Doesn't change the fact that you need to publish exactly. So in two thousand nine she began to write again after three years of not. And I think during those three years she and her husband were involved in patenting, a Petri dish something. Yeah. Something showed some promise. But some of the things they did were just kind of wacky. Correct. But she did get a two hundred thousand dollar grant from the NIH national institutes of health and this led to a paper being published in the period view journal of neuro chemistry that journal would publish another Amy Bishop of paper the same year these two high quality papers the third paper. She wrote in two thousand nine should have raised some concerns. The title of the paper was affects selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors on motor neurons survival. Now, the paper listed as authors. Anderson LB Anderson, PB and. Jason TB Bishop bay Anderson Jay, and it was printed in the international journal of general medicine now, this is a journal this basically vanity press, it's not a peer review journal. But apparently, no one at the school. It was I'd that the paper was written by four people named Anderson. And if they had checked they would've figured out that the four authors initials match the name of Amy's husband three daughters. So paper listed, James Anderson. 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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"To shop for Christmas presents at the nearby mall. Now, pay attention to this timeframe because if you believe like I do that Judy was home at eleven thirty or twelve and the father left at eleven thirty. She really wasn't alone for a period of time where she would have been nervous about robbers which was her claim, right? And we don't have any evidence that this had happened previously. I'm sure there were times when Avia been alone in the house that she go and load the shotgun. Each time, she's an adult. She's not a little kid. Yeah. So it's a little strange guests, but it gets stranger certainly does Amy was ordered to be released by the chief of police. John polio. He called the station in order that she'd be released into her mother's custody. This was after mom had called polio because she called him right away. Pro him right away and actually stormed into the. Police station. So this decision to that. She would be released in by this custody did not go over well with the Braintree police officers who had been exposed to the loaded gun. So Amy wasn't fingerprinted or photographed and no detective is even given a chance to interrogator. The case was tossed even the initial Braintree. Police reports were written under the heading accidental shooting that determination had been made a fischel before any investigation had even taken place. Judy Bishop was heard telling police officer that afternoon, I just lost one child. I am not going to lose. Both Sam finally rushed to the hospital. And was there a little after three pm when Seth was pronounced dead. When Amy was released from the police station, Judy and Sam took her home due to the highly emotional state of Amy Bishop it had generally been impossible to question her while she was that the brain. Police department is what a police report read. So Amy was released to the custody of her parents and further investigation was supposedly going to follow. Now. Meanwhile, while the family have been out of the house, some neighbors come over and wash blood from the kitchen floor, supposedly, so the family wouldn't have to deal with. I'm sure that was their intention, but the police should have never let that happen. The crime scene unit. Detectives had discovered something that the first responders said missed the twelve gauge shotgun had actually been fired three times a blast had ripped through the wall and Amy's bedroom between her bed in the night table and that shot had broken. Amir a lamp on the table. Amy had apparently tried to hide that whole with a band-aid tin box into book cover. There was also a spent shell on the floor that they recovered a box of twenty one shells was taken in as evidence from Judy in SAM's bedroom, where the gun had been kept on locked the police it inexplicably vacated the crime scene and left it in the care of a neighbor. According to one of the police reports when? It came to this shooting. Nothing was really making sense, including the way that the reports were written that state police said there wasn't any need for trooper to respond, and the fact that Amy Bishop was allowed to go home that very night. It's all very suspicious. It's terrible. So Seth bishops initial cause of death was due to a ruptured a order from the gunshot wound. It's not a good blood vessel to rupture. Now, you have to be like immediately doing surgery to him any chance you'll bleed out. Boom. Yes. So it seven PM that day. An autopsy was performed in the presence of the Braintree police detective and the autopsy concluded that Seth Bishop had been shot from very close range and that the shot ripped from the front to the back. He had obviously lost too much blood to have survived and the coroner made his ruling cause of death was accidental pending police investigation which went along with the police reports every one of the reports to that point listed under the title incident accidental shooting. Okay. So let's review. Ok three shots. From a shotgun were fired in a suburban home by disturbed woman who then attempted to carjack several people there were three bullet holes one hidden in her bedroom. One in the ceiling of the kitchen and one in her younger brother's chest still the incident was described as exit Antle without any investigation. Right. And the other thing about this is that this shotgun is a Mossberg shotgun. That's the maker. And you need to have a fair amount of pull on the trigger to get it to fire. So the likelihood of being fired accidentally it's pretty small you really need to exert some pressure. Make go off to click it or whatever to get the neck shell in. So if you've accidentally shot at once, there's not another one ready to shoot unless you do it on purpose, nor you have to racket, right? That is the word that objects spent showcase and puts another bullet ready to fire. So she did that at least twice. So we've seen it in the movies right with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Somebody strolling around firing a gun racking it firing again. Basically we've seen that in a quiet place in bird bucks to write. It does make people look bad ass when they do that. Sure. Does. But the the point is this is not. Not a gun that gets accidents fired. Which is what the bishops were claiming that it it just went off without even finger on the trigger. Right. Yeah. Well, also, Amy was released after her mother demanded it and the chief. Agreed. According to the detective who was trying to interview Amy with her consent. Judy stormed right into the booking room. And she said Amy shut up right now don't say another word. We are getting out of here. You are coming home with me. She's not answering any more questions. She's coming home with me. She's leaving here tonight. So she was boss lady. Ben, you're the police knew that Judy had some political pull, but no one had ever stormed into a booking room before. And this woman your daughter Amy at shot someone dead, then tried to carjack people. But probably most appalling, she pointed a loaded shotgun at Braintree police officers, and yet she's still got to walk out of the station without even having a mugshot taken. So the cops believed that polio was either crazy

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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"True crime grew contains disturbing content related to real life crimes. Medical information is opinion based on facts of a crime and should not be interpreted as medical advice or treatment. Listener discretion is advised. They say woman opened fire during a biology faculty meeting at the university of Alabama's Huntsville campus, Friday, three people were killed three others were injured. Sometimes totally before four PM. Call was made for the Chevy center for science and technology to the hospital police department university, police hustle. Police department responded secured to building and they found the victims officials say the suspected shooter was caught and arrested outside the Shelby center. A science building local media are reporting that the shooter was a faculty member all three of those killed and two of the injured were faculty members the third injured person was a staff member they say Amy Bishop had the ultimate grudge to bear against her fellow professors and began shooting them one by one. Welcome to true crime burry. I'm Jill, and I'm dick when you think of a mass shooter, you don't envision someone like Amy Bishop forty five years old female Harvard educated biology, professor and mother of four Amy Bishop would seem an unlikely killer. It was three pm on February twelfth two thousand ten and thirteen professors and staff members from the university of Alabama biology department met in a third floor conference room plant biologists Gopi Padilla passed out the printed Genda and sat beside Amy Bishop Amy had a hand gun in her purse, Amy was normally quite vocal in these meetings. But that day she was silent in brooding, she shot six of her co workers killing three before she washed up and called her husband for a ride home. The police would arrive before. He did. But Amy's homicidal rampage did not come out of nowhere investigations into her background would reveal a troubled person with a history of violence and probable cover up in her hometown. In Massachusetts today in a shooting in Alabama will delve into the life of a killer atypical, but just as devious and dangerous as any other at how many points in our life. Could she have been thwarted? And why wasn't she? I have a beer that actually comes from a brewery in Huntsville where Amy was employed at the university of Alabama Huntsville perfect. So the beer is called a Ludia. And it's brewed by straight to ale in Huntsville, it's an English old Dale, and these are beers it in the olden days were transferred into vats to age, hence, the name old male. They tend to be multi year somewhat fruity and the content can vary quite a bit. This particular wins eleven point five percent. So it's it's up there. This is a sipping beer it's a murky Brown color with a small head. It's not particularly attractive when you look at it. Nice, aroma. You get some grapes and some alcohol. The grapes are apparent in the taste is a clinic. Very very nice fathered by some maple. And then there's a little leather and toffee just a wonderful beer nice to sip warms you as you sit. If it great one to drink. So let's take it down to the quiet end. And maybe we'll share with people. I don't know. Well, let's see how it goes. We are friendly. So we might share we possibly could. And this is a good beer for this kind of day. It was kind of cool or at least what passes for cool here. There's a nice fire going in the fireplace. Everyone's kinda comfy. Good beer for this type of setting. All right. Let's open it. Okay. Okay. So Amy Bishop grew up in a nineteenth century Victorian home in Braintree, Massachusetts. Her mother Judy came from a New England family in Exeter, New Hampshire where her grandfather had owned a shoe factory duty that her husband so tier pup gloss at the New England school of art in Boston. He would later change his name to Samuel Bishop. He was raised by Greek immigrants in Somerville. Massachusetts join the airforce in nineteen fifty four in nineteen sixty four having been married. They moved to a city where Sam did graduate work at the university of Iowa. He was a fine arts student during the day in school and he worked as a janitor at night. Amy was born in nineteen sixty five and she was smart little girl may be a little bit on the OC decide there were stories of her kind of lining up her toys in a certain way, which really. Give you that OCD feeling we're she she likes to have things arranged neatly. Yeah. So the family then returned to Massachusetts after Sam graduated because he got a teaching job in the art department at northeastern they settled down in Braintree in nineteen sixty eight when aim us three and her brother Seth was born later that same year Amy was a pretty normal child, maybe a little neurotic she had asthma. And there were many trips to the ER when she was little her interest in science was at least in part due to her frequent interactions with doctors and nurses at the hospital. She began taking violin lessons in the third grade. And her brother Seth soon followed in her footsteps now, it's been said that there was an intense sibling rivalry between Amy and Seth. But on the other hand several people have also said that the two kids were very close. They were friends, but Amy had always resented. How easily Seth got along with people when they were at Braintree high school together, she was kind of the weird outcast girl. A year ahead of him who was kind of popular and things just seem to come easier to stuff now they were both shy kids but Seth like to go on adventures on his bike. He would leave Braintree with a pen and a map and explore around the surrounding communities. Sometimes Judy the mom would be driving miles from home and see Seth riding along on the side of the road. He was a curious young man who liked to find out how things worked. He was also unexpectedly self-confident for a small studious sky once in middle school. He was surrounded in the cafeteria by classmates who were bullying and teasing him for carrying a violin. Seth on his violin

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"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"amy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Metastasized. Right? What I'm doing now is putting some off to the next week's discussion share. Yeah, but then I have more next week. Well, that's the way it were. I don't want people who think were Norring them. No, we're not ignoring any of them even if we don't read them on the air, we are reading them. Sure. So this one's from Stephanie? Yes. Okay. This is a case would like to suggest for Jilin dick to cover as Amy Bishop who shot and killed several of her colleagues at a department meeting at the university of Alabama. I've only done one podcasts at is covered this and they took the episode down so that could redo it to the sand issues. Very chilling. I can relate to the sound issue thing. Yes, we've been through three people were killed in three others, wounded in a shooting at the university of Alabama in Huntsville, on February twelve, two thousand ten during the course of a routine meeting of the biology department attended by approximately twelve people professional, Amy. Bishop stood up in begins shooting those closest to her with a nine millimeter handgun. A biology professor at the university Bishop was charged with one count of capital murder and three counts of attempted murder on September eleventh, two thousand twelve. She pled guilty to the above charges after family members of victims, petition the judge against use of the death penalty. The jury heard a condensed version of the evidence as required by Alabama law eighty Bishop was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole in March two thousand nine. She had been denied tenure at the university making spring, two thousand ten her last semester there due to the attention. She attracted as a result of the shooting. Previous violent incidents in which she had been involved or implicated where we evaluated in nineteen eighty six. She shot and killed her brother in Braintree, Massachusetts, in an incident officially ruled accident. She was also questioned along with her husband after nine. Nineteen ninety three pipe bomb incident directed toward her lab supervisor. So this woman had issues. She certainly did highly unusual for women to commit a crime like that. I would think fascinated by the thing that got me the most was not just what she did to her professional colleagues, but the back story of her killing her brother, right? And the more I read about the the Maury became convinced that that was a homicide, not an accident, but I think it'd be a great win to do. I think so too. Then I have a comment from Trent be on Jeffrey MacDonald came, we all know Jeffrey MacDonald. He was the doctor in soldier whose wife and two children were brutally murdered. And he was injured and said, it was done by a group of hippies, nineteen seventy. So he says, hi, my name's Trent, and I enjoy listening to your show while driving semi driver. I'm just emailing to suggest something about you leave step aside. You guys suggested. That the suitcase had been placed at the end of the bed is if Jeffrey was going to flee what if Kellett was leaving him, and he plays a suitcase there after the murder and took her clothes out of it and place them back in the drawers. So that could cover up any suggestions that she's going to leave him if the police had found a pack bag just for thought, not that it matters now, keep up the great work and keep the taps flowing big beer fan. Well, I think that his suggestion makes sense to me. Yeah, that could be it. Yeah. The only thing with that is if he thought enough about taking close out of the suitcase in replacing them in the drawers, why didn't just put the suitcase away if is thinking that rationally here's here's a suitcase, getting ready to go out and she's getting ready to leave him. I'm going to put the clothes back into suitcase back. So there's no question, I think. Yeah, it's a reasonable idea. We have a lot of other emails on the Jeffrey MacDonald case some from people who think he's innocent. So I hope we'll get around to those in future episode. He plan, I that I do. I have one from her name escapes me, but a very well written letter that I was planning on using for next week's feedback. Okay. 'cause Dixon charge of feedback now that he's retired from doctoring? Yeah. So I'm slow on the uptake. So if if you have given us feedback verbally or otherwise, and I haven't said anything about you, I will say one. Thing as a good reason to leave a voicemail is we usually do get around to those quicker than the written because they stand out. So if you really want us to address yours soon, leaving voicemails great idea a quicker response. That's right before Smith JR. You might. Yeah, look, good happen ochre. Okay. Well, this is a long podcast. I think we should wrap it up. I just like to thank all of you for listening and we will see you next week. Yes, where it's quieter. Okay. Bye-bye. Burns grows. Bye-bye.

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