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"anna dna" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"anna dna" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"She told her friend after the argument that she would find her own way home. A faded gray vehicle of some sort had followed them. Or was behind them and investigators said that Johnson either. Voluntarily got into the vehicle or was forced inside by driver. The girlfriend continued and somehow was able to drive home on that flat tire. But. That was the last time that Johnson was seen alive. Now after investigation. A suspect was developed. Daniel Wilson was taken into custody Anna DNA collection was completed with a search warrant. Akron police submitted the sample with a DNA sample collected from the victim from the autopsy. Now this was the beginning of the wait for lab results in this particular homicide. DNA test on suspects at that time could typically. Could typically take up to a year to get the results back? And I can attest to that as having worked in the early nineties in sexual assault investigations. Most of the state labs including state on North Carolina would not take a DNA test unless you had both suspect and victim to compare to. The main reason for that. I'm sure was because the. Developing database of DNA suspects the DNA of suspects hadn't really been done yet. Now results the DNA. Comparison tests were the key to whether Akron detectives. Mr Daniel Wilson with killing. AKRONS chief of detectives told the newspapers in Nineteen ninety-one that investigators. Won't have any good suspects in the killing. If. The DNA test does not link Wilson to the case. To quote? A major in detective unit our case win rise or false with this DNA test. Wilson is our only good suspect. If it is not him, we are back to square one. Now, what brought their attention to? Wilson was the fact that the crime was similar to a killing that Wilson was accused of committing previously. Wilson had been accused of murdering a woman. There's body was found in her burning car. Wilson at the age of twenty, one was arrested by the police in Ohio on May nine for the killing of a Carol Lutts. Twenty four years old, he was charged with aggravated murder and that investigation. In an attempt to link Wilson to Johnson's death. While he awaited trial for the killing of Lutts, semen was taken from Johnson's body during the autopsy was compared with a blood sample taken from Wilson to see whether the DNA genetic material matched. Now this request in nineteen, ninety one was just one over. Thousand, requests, for DNA test to be done in over a thousand rooms, such request police agencies in the United States with the FBI scientific analysis section in Washington DC. Now at that time because of the test complexity. And the fact that only ten analysts were trained and certified. To, testify in court to DNA comparisons, it can take up to six months before the F., B. I. Sends a final report to local police on on this was according to the FBI in a media interview at the time. Let's was found in the trunk of her burning car. Wilson admitted killing her. But. Did Deny any involvement in any other deaths including Mrs. Johnson Miss Johnson's death. Wilson's attorney denied that the Stan statements made by his client were actually confessions in the Lutts homocide, but simply a misunderstanding between the investigators and his client..

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"anna dna" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"anna dna" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Popeye's wearing the same outfit for forty eight hours and taking depression naps and under? It's me as if she's saying replying to the core. Self-care right. So the problems line, right? So the. Problem. I think with this is not that like people are doing nothing or having in their couches. I think the issue is that people are now calling what is actually deeply up destructive behavior. They're calling itself care. There's like I just need some time for me. Like, no. When I go home, I watch Netflix endlessly and smoke weed for hours, and then I'm like, where's my dessert? That is not self care. It may be what I wanna do. But it's not self care. It's actually making my habits worse because it's solidifying them. And then one day become my mother. Sorry, mom, if you're listening, but like she was also just texting me. He said happy birthday, but it's data. It's using everyone. But yes. So. Yeah. And it's like, then you become like becomes you can't get out of that cycle, and you become a very inactive person. But you're doing it you're saying, oh, this a self care. Not really self care. Right. Argh. I bet in Senate because I was on the plane. It was something from having to think oh read it on the plane, and it wouldn't go through. From the Huffington Post. And it was basically about this heloc Pibor calling what calling this behavior healthcare and trying. Yeah. And also like my weekend. Yes. Yeah. But something else they say in the article is that it's like people are calling consumerism self-care. They're also calling to struck by. Like shit being. Like, maybe doing a face mask. If that relaxes you is self. This brings us back to the literally the point of why we started this was the taking photos of you in the bath in the rose. Fuck in pedals is not self care. That's that was the day one hypothesis in my since we moved into apartment, I took a bath once, and I I really had to like stop from screaming like I lit candles, but for myself, and I was like, okay. If I take a picture this. I literally will be beating the relaxing purpose of this. And I should just put my phone out of this by throwing the exact same with a few weeks ago. Pretty I decide right. I decided to get a massage come to my house. I was like I just I need this. I'm so tight my body hurt and I'm good self self-care do, but then when she came I was like my hand specimen for my. But I chose not to my night was massaging yoki, Colorado. It was still needed got such a good night. I felt so much better afterwards for not putting on story. I'm like, why must I need to show show? Right. Why I think about that a lot? And again, this is a I want people to feel jealous of my lifestyle. No. I don't need that. You don't wanna put like Judaism, they call it. The I in HARA when you like put too much bragging shit out there. Yeah. And then people like get jealous of you. And it's like, it's bad. That's kind of goes into the Russian Jews fishing thing. It's like don't show, Jamie bad karma. It really bad karma because it's gonna come back at you. And that stuff is going to be taken away. There's a fish fraud going on in America. And we are not here for it. Hey, DST listeners. I'm Elise Brian. And this is your betcha. Sup wellness news update? According to a new study of over four hundred samples you may be getting ripped off in the seafood department at your local grocery store in the study from conservation group Oshii Anna DNA tests showed that about twenty one percent of the fish. Researchers sampled was not what it was called on the label or get this Ciba's mislabeled fifty five percent of the time and snapper forty two percent of the time often instead of c bass you get fish that would be less expensive or considered lower quality. Don't you just hate it when lavender job fishes substituted for your Florida's Napper? It is the worst. This news is especially concerning Americans who are trying to be more mindful about the fish. They eat for both environmental and health reasons..

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"anna dna" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"anna dna" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The valleys inland empire and high desert said about one ten on saturday one zero five on sunday mid eighties for the mountains with the humidity going up we have the chance for after noon thunderstorms for the mountains and desert's beginning tonight through all of next week some of that moisture could squeeze over into the valley's next week as well with southern california's most accurate and dependable forecast i'm cbs meteorologist craig hurricane extend seventy newsradio still very hot in many many places ontario one hundred nine irvine one hundred and six exactly one hundred degrees in downey southgate one oh four twitter is again purging fake accounts and accounts run by bots twitter started out as a bastion of free speech pretty much anything with allowed on the service but over time they've come to realize that some people's free speech if actually suppressing the speech or comfort level of others so they've had to both create and enforce rules which have resulted in both people and automated box being kicked off the service cbs news technology consultant larry magaz many of the fake accounts are run by bosses some of them of the sort that we're used to try to manipulate the us elections pasadena police going to be heading to the bars and clubs throughout the city tonight is to teach patrons a thing or two about drinking the know your limit program isn't necessarily a scare tactic but officers are hoping it makes people think twice before getting behind the wheel after a night of drinking the program is intended to allow individuals who are patrons at the different restaurants here in pasadena to help them determine their level of intoxication lieutenant bill gra safi says officers will be asking patrons to guess their blood alcohol content level and then take a breathalyzer test and compare the results he says people often underestimate how drunk they really are they don't believe that after maybe one or two drinks at they are at a level which is illegal in the state of california says the program is voluntary in hopes people have fun with it but also learn more about how alcohol fax them a manager at a bar near police headquarters says he likes the idea but hopes it doesn't scare away cost mors cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio social media anna dna generated description of a murder suspect from forty five years ago newport beach police are hoping the combination can provide new clues in a coldcase killing kief was kidnapped and killed on july sixth nineteen seventythree despite numerous reviews of the evidence that remains unsolved jennifer manzullo with newport beach police department says detectives are now putting linda story out to the public in a unique fashion all the departments twitter feed hashtag linda story with the public will see inexperienced the last day of her life throughout the day will be narrating her movements her activities she left for school in the morning went to classes went on all the way through when she left school mid day and started to walk home detectives will also post a new description of the killer based on dna analysis of evidence left behind the possible facial image age to account for the fact he'd be in the sixties police are hoping one call or one clue could make the difference in solving this decades old killing pete demetrio knx ten seventy newsradio la has announced proposed sites for emergency homeless shelters in san pedro and wilmington it's already some concern about the locations a neighborhood meeting is already planned for monday morning to educate the public about the sites under consideration burn about how what you think papa and then support or challenge that idea amber ginsburg with the coastal san pedro neighborhood council says they're working with all of the associations in the harbor area on this and have been fielding concerns expressed on social media about the sites this motion was just has to sites now they can be appropriate decides including porta valley property in wilmington and the cal trans park and ride lot on beacon street here in san pedro the city is also assessing sites for overnight parking for people who live in their vehicles in san pedro karen adams x ten seventy newsradio fifty now is the time to hit the sell button on tesla adrienne mitchell checks your money wall street's doing something rare when it comes.

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