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"brian draper" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book
"After viewing these videos, investigators now had irrefutable evidence that Toria. Damn chick in Brian Draper committed murder not only that, but they plan the act days in advance. They chose Cassie to die in the first act of their horror movie. They intended for there to be more victims including Matt's. Now booked just five days after slaying Cassie the villains faced first degree murder charges. In the coming months, the young man went to trial separately. During Trial Brian stated the Columbine shooters Dylan klebold in Eric. Harris inspired him in Tori. The movie scream also influenced them. In two thousand seven, both were convicted and sentenced to life in prison with no possibility for parole. They both appeal at the decision only to have their sentences upheld. In twenty ten, the started family filed a civil lawsuit against the Idaho Skill School district. They claim at the school was negligent and should have known that draper in a damn cheek. Pose a threat to others. Both the civil court and the State Supreme Court dismissed the case. Saying the actions of the killers were not foreseeable. I take issue with that. But I digress over the years. A remorseful Brian has acknowledged the pain. He calls and accepts his sentence. Tori and his parents continue to downplay his involvement despite evidence that points directly to him. In one video even Tori looked surprised when his mother and father insists he is innocent. The Supreme Court issued a ruling that mandatory life sentences without parole are unconstitutional for juvenile offenders. This requires states to reexamine hundreds of cases including a Damn Schick in draper in Idaho. For now both are still held at the Idaho State Correctional Facility that there is no known motive for the would be crime. Spree of two sixteen-year-olds is not at all surprising. In. The movie screen the antagonists admit. That having no motive is scarier. Let's to issuance motive. Why don't really believe in motive? SUE THEM INTO NORMAN, Bates! No. Did they ever really decided why Hannibal Lecter? Bull Before you. Go blaming all of this watching scary movies. Dies but does every fun is put US reading material. Plan. Faith do. Draft. oxy! Yasser. Don't you blame the movies movies don't son. Bullies make cycles. Okay and this week. Are something to think about. In his goofy, just like just like I am. Something to think about? When the last human! The last Hillman dies off and now the planet is devoid of any human life. We have a big cataclysmic event and it wipes out all life on this planet. There may still be. Rubber ducky. Found on earth. After we're gone. And the reason why this is even possible. Is that over twenty five years ago? A cargo ship travelling from Hong Kong to the United States accidentally lost the shipping crate in the Pacific Ocean and inside that crate. Twenty eight thousand rubber ducks, and they were about to embark on a many many long journeys across the globe. Now the rubber ducks continue to pop up on shores from Australia to Alaska and they've enlightened understanding of ocean currents. Some have made it all the way. Today Atlantic Ocean while others. have been found frozen in Arctic ice. So yes. Long after we're gone, one of the things that the next civilization will have to remember us by. A rubber duckie's and I would love to know what the hell are. They GonNA think those are in years to come so. Keep your eyes. Open. Keep your ears open. Let me, know if you see any rubber duck floating out there on your end of the world. I would definitely be interested in knowing. L. K. in with that. This is finally. The season finale! Of Season Two of Senator Silhouettes, and you will get me back here. Live with a new story in three weeks time. Give me three weeks. I was GONNA. Take a month off, but I'm. GonNa take three weeks. I have to write. Episodes for the next season, and also because we have these events that are still unfolding right in our face. The Laurie valid case the Evelyn Boswell case, the Gannon stock case these things are still playing out and I'm Gonna I'm GonNA touch on Lori Valo on this week's livestream. That you can find on get vocal, G. E., T., V., O., K. L. DOT COM, or on facebook at TC by T be. On facebook, you can also find me at TC it be on twitter and guess what you can also find my web page at TC. By TB DOT COM. That's T.. C. B. Y. T. B. Dot. COM Any questions concerns. Comments Please feel free to leave them. At you guessed it T., C., B. Y. T. B. at gmail.com. I'm going to share excerpts from a couple of emails that I got on the Friday. livestream because I was very excited to hear from people and their their opinions of the big episode that we just did last week. had so many wonderful podcast involved in. Idea get some feedback and I am so thankful that I did and then I will share that with you all this week. Friday on the livestream. And we're GONNA also discussed. Discuss Laurie I'm a quick call her that anyway, because that's not her name Anymore Laurie day bail. We're going to discuss her so with that. I have enjoyed talking with you, enda. Data Hill. Out The shadows..
"brian draper" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book
"Now. We're dropping the way back in heading to Polka Cello Idaho. The year is two thousand six. That year had a few brilliant horror. Horror Movies released a slither. The heels have is the third installment of the final, Destination Series and scary movie four, but anyway. The city of pocatello is in the top fifty small cities in the US, and you don't get there by being a hub of crime. Okay, in about a third of the population is of the Mormon faith and one thing about most Mormons who are living by the principles as established by their religion in their founder Joseph Smith they. They're not really violent people. But on September, twenty, second two, thousand six. It started like any other Friday at POCA Telo high. School Kids were scurrying to class while making plans for the weekend now Cassie stoddard was at her locker when her friends Tori Adams. Tori Adamshick. Amtrak. I don't remember how to say his last name in in Brian Draper. They showed up at her locker now. These two were Mormons, an aspiring filmmakers. Most of the time. They documented the day's events with a camcorder. Today was no different. This morning they aim the camera at Cassie and told her to say hi. Cathy was an exceptional student artist and musician. She literally was the definition of the girl next door. As a junior in high school, she had aspirations to study law in college. She was cute and friendly to everyone. She had recently begun dating Matt Beckel. Now they'd been together a whole five months. Will to parents. That's recent two teams in love. That's forever. So that evening, Kassy's uncle frank in Alison controls plan to go out of town for the weekend. They trusted Cassie to house. Sit for them while they traveled now. Cassie in Matt planned to netflixing chill. Well maybe blockbuster and she'll. Don't know. It seems like Netflix's has been around forever. Point is the couple was spend the evening watching movies until Matt's ten o'clock curfew. Now at six PM met arrived at the Contreras Dream House. In the couple watched a movie. I've heard that it was killed bill, and about an hour into the movie torey Brian, showed up to to watch it with them. Then they stuck around for about an hour, but they thought it was gonna be like a House party, because Cassie the house to herself, but she's far too responsible for that so. They stuck around for that our and decided they wanted to go to the movies film geeks. Now Matt and Cathy are finally alone again. Matt's curfew will slowly creeping up on now, but before they could really savor the moment. The power goes out. Now, this sounds like something straight out of a horror flick. The lights go out. Boyfriend leaves to investigate the problem. Girlfriend is slaughtered by range psychopath. Repeat for two hours to get to the final girl against the monster. In this situation. Matt Fis the circuit. Circuit Breaker has tripped any just resets it. He retires upstairs to find his girlfriend in one piece, but needless to say this book, Cassie she tells Matt that. She's now afraid to stay in the house alone, so matt called. His mom asked if he could stay with cassie since she was afraid. Now his mom probably didn't have to think much about it before she said No. In fact, she came to pick him up shortly after that call, call it mother's intuition. But she knew that nothing good could come from them spending the night together. And now cassie was all alone in the house. This house her aunt and uncle loved so much. and. She laid down on the couch and watch TV. Suddenly. The power again goes out. Kathy was afraid to move. She didn't want to go to the basement to reset the breaker. So she closed her eyes and tried to just go to sleep. Now, have you ever been asleep in felt like someone was in a room with you. Like you're being watched. Then you wake up in its your creepy ass. Boyfriend standing in the shadows staring at you. Know only me. Well. CASSIE got that feeling and she jumped off the couch and came face to face, not with her boyfriend, but with a shadowy figure with the ghoulish mask on. Now who knows how it went down after that? It seems as if fought for her life, but was overpowered. In when the ordeal was over? Kassy's lifeless body was left on the floor. She had been stabbed. Twenty nine times in nine of those wounds would have been considered fatal. I can't imagine what those last moments must have been like four. She had to be so afraid and confused. This grotesque figure had ambushed her and extinguished one of Pocatello Idaho's brightest stars. She would lay there alone until her family return from their weekend getaway. On Sunday when ankle in his family returned their thirteen year, old daughter rushed into the house to see her cousin Cassie. Instead of being greeted by Cassie, smiling face, she was confronted with the horrific sight of Kassy's manual remains. Upon entering the home, her uncle couldn't believe his eyes. He rushed to call the police. His beautiful niece was dead. Word quickly spread about the murder. And, of course, law enforcement wanted to talk to everyone who was in contact with. The weekend. And Kassy's mom had called Matt on the phone and ask what he had done to her daughter. Real life is just like every scary movie. The boyfriend is always the first suspect. The police interviewed Matt. They wanted to know everything that happened during his visit with Cassie. When was the last time he talked to her and where he was in the days following murder. Matt was very cooperative in even agreed to a polygraph exam. He explained that on Friday. He and cassie watched movie Tori and Brian Stop by for about an hour and he left shortly after ten P L. cassie was very much alive when he left and when he got his mom's car, he wasn't covered in blood that he said he had been trying to catch up her the next day, but she didn't answer her phone. He asked Tori to take him over to the house, Batori said he didn't have enough gas in his car. And the polygraph exam determined. He was telling the.
"brian draper" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The cosmetically enhanced surface of it all is powerful to see participants, exploring the same timeless yearning for love and belonging. And experiencing the same kind, of insecurities we've probably, all share, the ups and downs. Of the contestants also underlying another truth in, the accident report that, relationship goes way. Beyond the physical to a mental emotional and spiritual deepening as well And while we might not have a master love and after twenty years of marriage I still feel like a novice is perhaps. Best left, to the apostle Paul his words will echo across the land in countless wedding ceremonies this summer to remind us. To keep track to sing within relationships for as, he says to the Corinthians love is patient love is kind it doesn't. Envy it doesn't boast it is not proud it doesn't dishonor. Others is not self seeking it's not easily angered it keeps no record of wrongs love always protects, always trusts always hopes always pacifists That was with Brian Draper it is ten to eight, time to go back to Martha in workshop thanks Simon will be current system. For paying farmers in England for work to help the environment is shambolic and they'll have no confidence in Michael goes plans for the future unless it's fixed that's the, warning from one countryside group the. CLA this morning. It says members. Are waiting months the. Payments game without, hundreds of thousands of pounds. And having to take out bridging loans to cope reporter. Roscoe kipnes has been to, a farm, in Northamptonshire Clouds of dust on the Northamptonshire landscape enjoy the late night the long days outside all day. In. The sunshine on the big tractors as well Thrown up by, combine, harvester and a vast tractor following on another. Sunny harvest day look forward to all year round this is what gay reveling in the. Heat Fred Reynolds one, of the workers cutting on farm but there are fields here that he won't touch.
"brian draper" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Feels good feels powerful Some people, on the clay pigeon range but can game shooters and their opponents. Ever find common ground bell we're. Joined here by Rachel Carey she was part of GB shooting team at the two. Thousand fourteen come wealth games she's talking at the game for about how to talk round, opponents of shooting and hunting or one of those is Georgia. Lowcock conservationist and bird watcher and she was one of group of young campaigners who met Theresa May's adviser on environment at Downing Street has been lobbying for war curbs on. Shooting good morning to, you both And Georgia. Just explain to. Us why you think there should be a ban on on grouse shooting in particular. So driven, grouchy tin the I believe, it should, be a ban on this Omni yet the activity and basically on. The ground malls shooting off the. Birds there needs trying to reach a compromise that we can have predators we can. Have birds like hen harriers golden eagles more diverse wildlife on these malls and then having, been able to have grabs being able to have red grouse. These malls as well just doesn't work it's it's complete it's voted you can't have you can either have one one of the one or you have very few grouse all. Predators Diverse, wildlife in Georgia look this is a sorry Rachel carried this is an accusation is often made isn't it particularly background shooting is. That a number of quite rare birds of prey end up being. Killed in order to protect the, grass, yeah well first of all ground Smalls actually, scientifically have the highest conservation sorry the highest level of biodiversity in waders obviously. This species of bad that you talking. About Lund managed. For grouse. Has been proven. To hold higher populations of all species including laughing and Kelly which are the species. That Georgia Like minded people, like Georgia. The Birdwatchers obviously trying to protect and, conserve that graphs malls are? Actually protecting and conserving those species and providing vital habitat for them Georgia so yes okay I've seen examples of? Species. Such, as laughing and curly Bill in, having good populations on the. Grouse, malls but the grounds malls of farmed. Particularly, for the one dominant species which is the red grouse we know that Han Harry very just hanging on by a shoestring, we've got we've got, golden eagles in Scotland to say Mold in the UK there. Should be two thousand six hundred breeding pairs of pain Harry us. That these, relocate push it at six hundred grade impacts Yeah so it seems ritual of Georgia's accepting your point about latte wings but it's the birds of prey that she's particularly, bigger picture is the highest breeding success of all of. This is you talk about including hen harriers have actually taken place on malls managed grass shooting, which accounts for seventy percent of. Malls in this country it costs about one hundred million pounds. To manage these malls to the highest as I say conservation volleying This has, been, proven the data's out there why feel happens and house happened as sheeting. Just doesn't seem to? Get a very loud voice in the media? Anti shooters, seem to just have, allowed, to voice so over. The years I just feel shooting. Hasn't PR what it does very well the figures at that the data's there obviously there was a parliamentary review on grouse shooting which summarized and accepted that is. The highest conservation Molly now, now, Georgia you recently in Downing Street talking to John Randall Theresa May's, policy adviser how receptive was he do you think to some of your ideas so yeah I was and we? He it was very positive they are wanting to making changes we spoke about the banner taking away good licenses when people are breaking the law. When estates are breaking the law on shoot and shooting protected species illegal persecution. We also spoke, about an At band of lead shot and. Also the fact that we need to be doing more back prosecutions prosecutions on illegal activity is just not good enough it's not happening and how receptive to an. Outright ban do you think Changes coming around, there's something happening an outright ban doesn't eat it's believe, it close we get this something is happening things are changing what impact do you think that. Would have Rachel I actually support Georgia's views and as would I. Say the large majority the in community because we are law-abiding. We don't condone all. Kinds of harbor. Illegal activity in shooting were very well self regulated community we have. The game conservation trust. Which is. Hugely supported by us so we actually welcome tight prosecution on anyone breaking the law Rachel carry Georgia Lowcock thank you both and please do feel free, to carry on this argument on Twitter thank you very, much thank you thank you Martha in workshops day we can readily hall or a little while it is thirteen minutes to. Eight and time. For thought for the day the speaker in our Southampton Steadier this morning is Brian Draper associate lecturer at. The London institute. For contemporary Christianity good morning. Good morning it was. My twentieth wedding anniversary this week. So I noticed. With interest the reports in yesterday's papers about a? Ten point relationship survival kit. Which has the backing of, Prince Charles's divorce lawyer no less in fact Baroness Shackleton, hopes that the work from Exeter university can be used in schools to help avoid the untold. Grief of separations the research looks at the foundations for strong romantic. Relationships and finds that the best the based on friendship respect. Realistic expectations shared interests. And Huma offers. Tan helpful questions that partners can ask I was drawn myself to. Do we generally see. The best. In each other which we can look for in any relationship where the romantic or not and another question do we each have supportive others around us, reminds me that we shouldn't Suffer in. Silence if our relationships are struggling. This survival kit Israel the timeline a pop cultural way as we head this weekend towards the climax if.