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"brianna" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

14:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"brianna" Discussed on True Consequences

"Stephen. No i don't know why stopped. I don't know why. I did it for what we know. Brianna was gone from where stephanie placed her before she went to bed between one and three. Am at that time. Stephen is place with brianna. Stephen cooperated with police and gave them the shorts that he was wearing that night. The investigators are closely moving towards a version of truth. That seems to match with the evidence that was found patricia. Walters is brought back in by the investigators. Greg bogelund and robin goeke itch to understand more of the dynamic in the family home despite having an answer in reference to the sexual abuse brianna they were trying to understand what it was like living in the double wide trailer especially considering the age of some of the injuries discovered during this time. Patricia told investigators that she doesn't see her granddaughter every day. She might see her three or four times a week. Despite living in the trailer with her entire family patricia said quote. They stay on their half. And i stay on my half end quote. Patricia is then walked through the morning. She received a call from stephanie. Her son's wife patricia quote. I borrowed a truck from one of my brothers investigator. Okay when you got there. What did you see patricia. She had the baby on the counter and she was trying to. She was on the phone and gave her cpr in quote which reported that brianna also had dustin her hair in addition to not seen the baby much. She said she had never seen the baby. Get a bath. Nor has she ever seen brianna get changed. Patricia doesn't offer much in the way of reporting any injuries that we're seen number yana either. She says she's never seen much or she doesn't see brianna. that often. the only thing she noticed was the bruising reported in the same way by multiple other family members following this. Andy was reinterviewed on the twenty fifth. July two thousand two and during this time lyndale right asked him for more specific information regarding his treatment of briana he immediately denies tossing brianna up now and puts the blame solely on stephen. The interview immediately ends. Andy was now trying to walk back everything he had said just a couple of days before it can only be speculation but since stephen admitted to his abusive brianna is it possible. The andy saw away out by blaming everything on stephen. Well if you did. It really didn't work for him. Stephen was brought back again on july. Twenty six and question more specifically about a few items. Investigators communicated to stephen. The andy told them a lot. Stephen said the andy through brianna up and she hit her head on the ceiling. He then admitted that brianna might have fallen when she was thrown up and was missed. She came back down five days later. Robert walters. andy's brother is brought in for subsequent questioning. He said he does not see the baby often because he's always working. This is the same answer as many of those in the trailer. He said that he saw pictures of baby brianna. He hadn't seen anything like this normally. He reported she had little scratches on herself from her own nails. But nothing like what was depicted in the photos. As investigators learned a friend. Of of andy and roberts and employee of patricia mark hernandez was also in the bedroom. The night lebron's death. The interview takes some time. Marquis confused about his own timeline. Initially this was cause for concern however it looks like mark was simply confused as to when he arrived and left in respect to mentioning the care that he observed receiving he stated that stephanie only picked up brianna once the entire time he was there he personally never saw brianna being tossed in the air. He did report that as soon as he left. Robert went back to the room on august. Fourth two thousand. Jenny and robert montiel approached. Investigators to speak about stephanie lopez. Typically this kind of information could be glossed over deemed unnecessary however. It was reported that stephanie continued to promise to bring brianna by but it would inevitably turn into her leaving brianna the trailer which caused speculation. That brianna was not seen much in public. Perhaps this was due to a mother's worry because of how sick brianna had been when she was born. Or because stephanie. Didn't want anyone to see the bruising and injuries on brianna eventually december two thousand three an inmate from dona ana detention center came forward. His name was troy hall. He was housed with robert harding in the medical unit. And there's a lot can be said about an inmate's testimony but there are two or three things that tend to lead me to believe in what troy was saying. The first is that although troy ask for a deal in return for providing the information that he did it was very clear that he was not going to receive one. The second is how child to be treated imprison. The final item is at troy. Said he would be willing to testify in court despite not being given any deal whatsoever in order fully capture and understand the testimony of troy hall. Here is what he was told by. Robert walters in its entirety quote. I guess i befriended him. Because i always thought he was a youngster in some trouble and he started to have confidence in me. When robert's brother was leaving he ran up to the chow port and they both started crying. They weren't crying about what had happened. They were crying to the fact that the little brother he started crying. Because he's my little brother. And i was just as much at fault he goes. We did that stuff together. He told me that they were passing throwing the baby back and forth and that the baby fell off the table one time and because cooking crack he couldn't catch the baby gave the baby shotgun crockett's so to keep it from crying. He was saying he was all. Thanks a lot mom. And this. And that and i was just wondering what the hell does that mean. And then he was telling his girlfriend on the phone something that they were going to live in the same house. The happen to or something like that. No concern his voice was all i could the way he made it sound to me was like the way people get their dogs high or something and they just blow of weed in the dog's face or something like it wasn't even a human being and that's why it just really made me. I don't know. I told all the guards in jail in quote as if this testimony wasn't damning enough troy came back with more information as a roommate. Robert walters did not know he spoke with the police. The first time. More damning evidence if what troy says is to believed was brought to the interrogation room that day during one of troy's conversations with robert. He learned that at one point in reference to the treatment of briana brothers. Andy and robert left the trailer to do something that morning. They left brianna by herself in the home for an hour and a half with no one watching her there might have been people in the trailer but when they return briana was a bluish purple and quote the baby wasn't moving and stuff and his brother picked up the baby and said it's dead and he says he freaks out he goes all right. I told my brother i'm gone. When he went and told his mom. Right away in quote. This is the part of the testimony. Where in all honesty. You could not write this immediately upon leaving the trailer to tell his mother. His mother returning robert allegedly tells troy quote. His mom basically came over to the house and saw what was going on. They all sat down and she goes. Look look this is what's going to happen. We're all gonna end up going down for this baby's abuse and everything else that has been going on. So she kind of told them you know that this is what we're going to do. We're gonna try and say this to get us all out of this and to my understanding. I guess it's the mother of the baby that kind of screwed up the whole thing when she started talking. In addition patricia told andy that since he was the father. Most of the blame will fall to him. So it's better to just take the rap for it in the family can work together to get him out of it again. This is alleged. not only that. But it's via conversation between two inmates at dona ana detention center. If this is indeed the truth the corruption and manipulation by patricia. Walters is on another level the ability that she had from the data brianna his death brings me to believe that she would sink to any low to ensure her family got away with this and the s. at a certain point everyone wants to fight for their family. Hell i would fight tooth and nail for my family however that would stop at the abuse of an innocent and guiltless child or any child for that matter. Patricia looked right past the death of her own granddaughter to ensure her family stay together or at least did not see the other side of vertical bars. After all this what do we know about the murder and abuse of lopez. We know the in summary. She was abused for much longer period than the one time and that one incident on july nineteenth two thousand and two on the night of july eighteenth upon returning home from everyone's perspective workplace and by case of beer along the way. Stephanie and stephen lopez and ian robert walters mark hernandez baby brianna lopez and andy. Walter's junior were all on stephanie. Andy's room located in patricia. Walters in herbert harding's trailer. They sat around drinking watching a movie and then switched to play grand theft auto on their playstation. Stephanie drink three beers and went to bed placing on in the bouncer after checking on her once the entire night this was evident testimony regarding that night and junior went to bed as it was late. Mark hernandez left. Walked out by robert walters at around midnight. Robert returned to the room. Where andy and stephen were still awake. Brianna may or may not have been awake in the bouncer at that time. According to stephen. And andy briana was tossed back and forth up and down. She hit her head on the ceiling multiple times and was dropped at least twice and if inmate troy larson's testimony is to believe also hit the corner of the table on her way down. Once during this time brianna was being tossed they were taking hits of crack times which briana was dropped occurred as they were taking hits and not paying attention to brianna as she was being sent in the air towards one. Another at around one. Am briana was placed in the bouncer. And andy robert and steven went to bed. Briana was left in that bouncer having collided with the ceiling the floor and the edge of the table multiple times not to mention having crack exhaled into her lungs. In order to quote keep her from crying and quote as everyone went to bed. Stephen either awoke or stayed awake and sexually abused baby. Brianna around two. Am or two thirty a. m. steven levy on the floor by her answer. Andy woke at three. Am and sabra line. they're confused. He picked her up place during the bouncer and then went to the bathroom. He returned to bed at seven. Am he took her to change her diaper and feed her. She was not crying so much as grunting. According to his report he quote changed her diapers swaddled her in a blanket which was accidentally laid over her face and then went back to bed. Stephanie lopez boca eight. Am notice the blanket over beyond his face. She removed the blanket and went back to bed. Who's at that time. The andy said something to the effect of briana falling off the bed around three. A m. Stephanie fell back asleep and awoke at ten. Am to a bluish. Brianna only to call patricia walters and then dispatched to have the first responders come to her home during the trial. Prosecution argued that all five adults living in the trailer knew about the abuse and they had allowed it to happen for the length of baby brianna short life. Defense lawyers argued this same. Their clients had no idea what was going on brianna. It was hard to believe as rebecca irvine. The supervisor medical investigator testified that brianna suffered skull arm leg and rib fractures and that she sustained bruising to her face head and genitals not all of these injuries were from the night of july eighteenth or early morning july. Two thousand two by the end of the trial. Stephanie and stephen lopez. Andy robert and patricia. Walters were all found guilty. Stephanie lopez brianna. His mother was convicted of negligent child abuse resulting in death and was sentenced to twenty seven years in prison. Stephen lopez brianna. His uncle was convicted on intentional. Child abuse resulting in death conspiracy to child abuse resulting in death and first degree criminal sexual penetration. He was sentenced to fifty seven years in prison. Andy walter's brianna. His father was convicted of intentional. Child abuse resulting in death conspiracy to commit child abuse resulting in death first degree criminal sexual penetration and two counts of child abuse. He was sentenced to sixty three years in prison. The other adults in the trailer were not immediately charged however the two other children living in the home andy junior and patrick partying taken into protective custody. Shortly after beyond his death patricia. Walters and beyond his uncle robert walters. Junior were eventually charged with failure to report. Child abuse and neglect. The community rallied around baby. Brianna they raise money and paid for beyond his casket funeral and burial not one member on his family. Not one claimed her body because of this the community did attribute not only to be brianna but to all children who go through this abuse silently without a voice as the only type of quote love the ever knew or no even to this day. Sadly there's no photograph of a living baby brianna. Not one photo was taken a her. During her short time on earth the photos that exist our of her in a mortuary after being declared dead in order to remember brianna as she was. Someone took the photo and edited it in photoshop. Removing the bruises and scars as if to spit in the communities face brianna family after the burial then please cage around her grave said no one could show any amount of love to her. There's no justification for the treatment that brianna experienced. There's no reason as mentioned in the beginning of this episode abuse. Not start and stop with brianna. The statistics are staggering heart-wrenching and soul destroying and while there has been some progress in our legal system. It's not enough. There's so much to do to fix what's broken. And what is breaking children's hopes dreams and understanding of what love is on september twenty first two thousand sixteen just over. Five years ago stephanie. Lopez was released from prison. Having served less than half of her sentence. She was transferred to texas under an interstate compact agreement to serve two years parole just hours after her release. She was seen in the backseat of a parked car at a gas station. In la soonest new mexico in an interview with las cruces sun news orlando antonio cardio jimenez spokesman for the baby brianna birthday committee and the baby brianna foundation said. The group was saddened by the news. That stephanie lopez was being released he said quote we know the laws at the time were not what they are. Now and laws cannot be retroactive. We have no control over slopes release. There's no amount of time in prison or any other punishment that would ever make amends for the horrific actions against baby brianna. Although the laws protecting children have tightened children continue to be abused and neglected through community events in education. We hope to bring an end to these atrocities in quote here true consequences. We do as well. We hope that the necessary laws are passed that social programs are funded and strengthened and that education is disseminated throughout cities states and counties for parents of all backgrounds and socioeconomic status. We hope that change comes in that it comes sooner rather than later. The longer change takes the more children will be in harm's way i'm eric carter dean. Thanks for listening and stay safe new mexico. Thanks for listening to true consequences. Follow me on facebook and instagram at true consequences. Pod and on twitter at true cons pod. True consequences is listener supported. If you'd like to support this one man show. Please go to patriot dot com slash true consequences. Thanks for listening and stay safe new mexico..

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Former Trump Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham Tries to Hock New Book on CNN

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Former Trump Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham Tries to Hock New Book on CNN

"So right before we get on the air as always I always scroll through social media and elsewhere And I'm looking and I see Stephanie Grisham the old White House press secretary who never gave one briefing and she's on CNN trying to hack a book Of course she worked in the Trump administration She's on CNN trying to hack a book right And it was so pathetic It was so said she's on with the hapless Breonna keeler and John Berman I think maybe 20,000 people watch that show total I think more people watch the commercials on my on my rumble channel on a Sunday at two than are watching CNN at that time right And she's there like I should have left the Trump administration so he wouldn't wear a mask Donald Trump it was so pathetic She's trying to hock a book It's just it's sickening It makes me want to vomit It was so sad to watch someone who proclaimed to be this big strong woman look at me Represent truth and justice and also and she's on CNN begging them for forgetting I should have quit the administration so much sooner And Brianna killer and John Berman are like like it's an inquisition We don't believe you young Stephanie repent more And she's like oh I'm sorry John I'm sorry Hold on Can I get down and genuflect in front of you by Brianna I'm so deeply sorry may I repent for my sins Breonna Oh Brianna please She's talking to two pee pe hoaxers pee pee tape officers who are Hunter Biden hoaxers and she's begging them for forgiveness It's so pathetic trying to hack a book is so sad Have some dignity

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"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

03:58 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Genes declined to testify in his own defense on may twenty seven th two thousand ten. The jury deliberated for less than two hours before finding chains guilty on all counts. He was also found eligible for the death penalty. so june. second two thousand ten. He was sentenced to death after the verdict was read. Brianna grandmother barbara went to james's mother kathy and held her hands. Barbara's spoke quietly to her. But when asked what was said barbara would only say. I'm a mom. She's a mom. James was also given life sentences with the possibility of parole. After thirty six years on july thirtieth two thousand ten these were for the three sexual assault charges and the charge of kidnapping judge perry wanted to ensure of his debts. Were overturned that. James would stay in prison for the rest of his life. James's death sentence was automatically appealed to the supreme court in nevada but his conviction and the sentences were affirmed. James filed an appeal to the supreme court of nevada on the grounds of ineffective counsel but his appeal was denied in april. Two thousand nineteen following brianna disappearance. The university of nevada reno campus made numerous changes to ensure the safety of their students. They installed twenty five new emergency blue lights. Which could be pushed during an emergency and police would arrive with two minutes. Campus police patrolled more frequently and began escorting students from the library. The police handed out rape whistles to the female students and gave seminars public. Safety students begin carrying tasers bear spray pepper spray. A november first two thousand eight brianna 's mother brigid friends and other family members started the bring breed justice foundation. The foundation subjunctive was to support crime victims and lobby for advancements in dna laws and stricter punishments against violent and sexual criminals in may two thousand thirteen nevada governor. Brian sandoval signed brianna 's law. The law requires a dna cheek. Swab for every person arrested on a felony charge. If there is sufficient probable cause for the arrest then the dna is entered into the system to cross reference against other crimes if not enough probable cause exists for the arrest than the dna swab is destroyed and never entered into the database. Had this law been in effect in two thousand two when james was arrested for felony assault involving a knife than it would have hit on his dna and two thousand seven as of january two thousand eighteen more than sixty thousand dna. Swab have been collected and entered. This has resulted in the closure of nine cold case murders and the identification of suspects in more than one thousand crimes including one hundred sexual assaults. James is currently on death row at illinois state prison in white pine county nevada. No one has been executed in nevada since two thousand six and there are seventy six people awaiting execution there. Brianna loved to travel and in her short lifetime. She had travelled to hawaii japan and egypt and many other places. She had studied in italy for a year in love children and animals. She had a dog named ozzy briana was known for her million dollar smile and sparkling blue eyes and her outgoing and infectious personality. Okay fan club members as i conclude this episode. My one question to you is how will you sleep tonight. Thank you for listening if you enjoyed this episode. Please leave a positive review in.

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"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

03:18 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"James was living in sparks with carleen. Sparks was just a ten minute. Drive from where. Brianna was abducted on november twenty fifth. Two thousand eat as he was going to pick up his four year. Old son from preschool. James was arrested once he was arrested. James had to submit. Dna samples the dna testing was expedited. And so by the next day. November twenty six. The police have confirmation. James was the man responsible for the rape of e c and the rape and murder of brianna he was promptly charged with the rape and murder of brianna the kidnapping and rape of e c. And the rape of a. Ac police found the toyota tacoma that james had sold carpet fibers from this trunk. Match the fibers on brianna socks and on. Abc on january twenty eighth two thousand nine. The wasco county district attorney announced he was going to seek the death penalty. The trial for james began on may twelfth two thousand nine in the washer county district court. Eight women and six men sat on the jury in the trial was led by judge robert. Perry district attorney. Chris hicks was the lead prosecutor. He argued that james was a serial rapist with the fetish for women's thong underwear. He progressed from rape to murder. The dna evidence found on his body the underwear and the doorknob of the back door. All confirmed he was involved. His cellphone records also showed he was in the area during brianna is abduction then. The fiber evidence matched additional evidence from e. c.'s kidnapping and assault plus the condom in the fondling case all matched james also had training presumably from the marine corps on how to render someone unconscious chief. Deputy public defender. Maisy pusic led the defense. The defense had little to defend james with so their main argument was at the anonymous tip did not allow jeans to face his accuser. The defense also alleged that there were significant differences. That would suggest that three crimes not committed by the same person. The defense said he did not commit the rape of ac because she claimed to have gotten an sti from the rapist but genes did not have that sti. The only witness was an expert who argued against the dna evidence the defense described genes as a loving responsible father who was a good provider for his family. E. c. and ac both testified at the trial ac positively identified james as a man who had raped her and his face was the face of the man who haunts my dreams. Carleen who was now. James's ex girlfriend testify during the trial that she would talk to james about brianna disappearance but he would remain quiet on the rare occasions. He said anything about the case. He said the only reason anyone cared was because brianna was hot and came from a wealthy family. He said no one would care if she wasn't rich and that other people were getting raped but nobody talks.

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"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

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03:40 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

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"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

02:51 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"The same day. James asked to be laid off from his job because he wanted to go to washington state and work on a new power plant project when his boss refused to give him a layoff. James demanded one seeming frustrated and ansi. James also sold his two thousand. Six toyota tacoma in kellogg idaho as he was driving to washington. James was out of state until september. Two thousand eight when he returned to reno on the same day carleen james's girlfriend was interviewed. She denied his alibi for both the morning. Ec was attacked and raid and the day. Brianna was kidnapped. She said relationship was tumultuous and he would leave for days at a time in late two thousand seven and early two thousand eight when she asked him where he had been he would say he was sleeping in his truck. She was able to confirm he had left. Reno to search for a job in washington and march two thousand eight and he had sold his toyota. Tacoma carleen had gone to washington in september. Two thousand eight to help. James move back to the house. They shared in sparks. She repeated to investigators. Her friend told them as she was helping. She found a petite woman thong in his truck. When she asked him about it he said he had stolen it from the laundry mat in washington before she left. Investigators asked her if they could take dna. Swab from the couple's four year. Old son she agreed and the dna sample was collected on november. Twenty fifth. the dna. Taken from james's son was confirmed to be a familial match to the dna found on. Kt store knob. Brianna his body and in the rape of e c and the november fondling. This was enough for arrest warrant. This podcast is sponsored by better help. Online therapy took out better help dot com slash t cfc. Now as you know. I am a new mom so my life is kind of crazy right now and sure. Everybody's life is full of stressors and it doesn't matter who you are or what you have. Your life is probably stressful. But i'm learning to navigate how to deal with any type of post-partum blues. I may be having and better help has honestly really helped me now..

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"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

03:44 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"But when an arrest was made the arrest warrant listed both pairs dna swabs taken from brianna para neom and entrance to her vagina the swamps dna on the underwear match the dna found on the door knob but there was also a trace of dna that did not match either brianna or the doorknob sample. This could have been as a result of a third party but was most likely contamination. Or an artifact of the pr reaction from processing lower levels of dna. All three experts said that even if this was a third parties dna the dna from the payer neom was from the mail dna found on the doorknob. Dr ellen clark performed the topsy on brianna fibers found on brianna socks which were later important in making an identification. Brianna had bruises all over her body along with liquor mark on the front and side of her neck. Dr clark made the determination that one of the pairs of thong underwear had been used to strangle brianna. Her cause of death was strangulation. Brianna funeral was held on february. Twenty third in reno with more than three thousand people attending three members of the westboro baptist. Church picketed brianna his funeral as retaliation for the police. Not protecting them during sergeants sean goals funeral. During two thousand eight surging goal was killed in iraq. During the honest funeral they carried signs. That said pray for more dead kids. Don't worship the dead. And god sent killer on march thirteenth the wash. oh county. Sheriff announced that the backlog of dna profiles had been processed but brianna killer was not found in the backlog however they were able to clear thirty unsolved cases linking them to convicted offenders in the backlog by april fifth more than four thousand tips had been given to the police none of the tips or the ones they continue to receive lead to any arrests until november on november. First two thousand eight an anonymous tip was received by friend of carleen harmon carleen. Harmon was the girlfriend of a man named james. Bela and the couple shared a child. Carleen had revealed her friend that she and james were having problems. In september of that year she had been helping. James moved back to sparks where they had a house together when she found a pair of underwear in james's new truck when confronted about the underwear. He told carleen he had stolen them from a laundry mat. On november seventh twenty-seven-year-old james bella was interviewed by investigators. They couldn't help noticed that he matched the description given by the victims and found out he had recently owned a two thousand. Six toyota. tacoma. James protested and said he didn't have anything to do with brianna 's murder and even had alibis for the morning c. was kidnapped and raped and the morning brianna disappeared. He was with his girlfriend. Investigators asked him if he would provide a dna sample but he refused one detective wrote in his notes. That james seemed very nervous. He wouldn't make eye contact. He was sweating profusely and he was fidgety. On november twelfth some of james's co workers spoke with investigators. They told police that the day brianna was found. James had said the bitch probably had.

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"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

03:05 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Backlog of three thousand dna samples from convicted offenders at needed to be processed by february eighth. They had surpassed their goal on february thirteenth. It was reported that approximately seventeen hundred volunteers had assisted in the search for briana thus far however there was still no sign of her on february fifteenth. Alberto jimenez walked to a sandwich shop for lunch on his way back to electron Technologies on double our boulevard where he worked. Alberto took a shortcut through a vacant parking lot. He saw a christmas tree in the lot laying on its side and then bright colored socks. The socks were attached to something. So alberto looked closer at first. Alberto thought the socks were attached to a man again listener. Note if you've been listening to true crime for a very long time you know. It's never a man again. But then he saw wounds on the shoulder and to perfect rows of teeth on the right side of the bodies face. Alburto ran back to work told. His manager scott fairest about what he had discovered they went back to the lot and scott contacted the beliefs abbadi found in reno nevada. Friday is that of nineteen year. Old brianna denison. Police confirm the identity. Saturday denison was abducted from a friend's apartment. Nearly a month ago as she slept on a couch police say she was strangled by a serial rapist. Her body was found in a field about eight miles from where she was last. Seen police say had been there for more than a week. Heavy snowfall in recent weeks may have delayed the discovery. Police say they're looking for a serial rapist who has been tied by. Dna evidence to at least two other crimes in the days after dennison's disappearance friends and volunteers repeatedly searched for her hoping she would be found alive matt freedman the associated press. When police arrived they found brianna his body in his small drainage culvert about forty feet from sandhill road west of double our boulevard. This was approximately eight miles from where she was taken. She had been hidden by a dead tree. The discarded christmas tree and a large rock small predators had caused some damage to be on his body but the cold weather had kept her body well preserved and intact. She was naked except for the bright colored socks underbrush on his right knee where two pairs of women's thong underwear. One pair was solid pink while the other pair was black with the pink panthers face. The pink pair were allegedly. Kt's but no one knew where the pink panther underwear came from. There were too large to be brianna. And dna found on the underwear did not match anyone from kt's house it was theorized they were left to taunt police. Some reports only listed one pair of underwear..

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"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

05:36 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Nineteen ninety-four my. Daddy always kept his promises. He me a playhouse a swing a sandbox and a flower garden also a fence around our swimming pool. He played with me on weekends and holidays. Sometimes it would take a long time for him to keep a promise because he was so busy but he always kept his promise like the promise he made to you. He would have kept it if you had given him more time and worked with him. Now my daddy is in heaven and he can't keep any more promises. I would give you my playhouse in my sandbox to have my daddy back. I miss him so much. She was only six at the time. After jeff stat. Bridget move the family back to her hometown. Mendocino california where they remained until the early two thousands when they moved back to reno nevada. Brianna mother called her breezy because she was a breath of fresh air on a cool summer day she was outgoing and compassionate and was also a goofball with a feisty sense of humor her friends also said she had a radiant personality and was loyal. She was in her door daughter sister niece and granddaughter. Who was always thoughtful of others spiritual respectful and trusting brianna graduated from reno high school in two thousand six. She enrolled in college at santa barbara city. College in santa barbara california determined to be a child psychologist. She enrolled in child psychology because of her own need for therapy after her father's death. She had art therapy to help her. As a child on january nineteenth two thousand eight brianna nineteen at the time and her friend. Jessica deal when to their friend. Katie hunters house around seven or eight. Pm hunter lift close to the university of nevada reno campus at thirteen ninety five mckay court. Katie's house was just a three minute. Walk to the campus. The trio of friends were getting ready for a party called swat which was being held at the sands regency casino hotel leader. They took a bus to the reno sparks livestock events center to attend a concert after the concert. Katie and briana went back to the hotel while jessica went back to key house to sleep. Brion kt were hungry. So they ate at. Mel's diner a restaurant inside the sands regency around four. Em they gotta ride back to kt house with a friend. Jessica was asleep in katy's bed so brianna went to sleep on the couch. Katie handed brianna a pillow two blankets and a teddy bear to elevate the pillow before. She had a debate herself. When katie left the room. Briana was texting her boyfriend at four. Twenty three a m when katie woke up later that morning brianna was no longer on the couch. She noticed a bloodstain about the size of a silver dollar on the pillow which she didn't think much of at first believing. Her dog chewed something up and thrown up on the pillow but as kt searched the house for briana she realized janas purse. Shoes and cell phone were still in the living room..

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"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

03:14 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Skills depression low self esteem and attachment issues. Children who grew up in these situations have a higher prevalence of suicide attempts than those who did not additionally those adults who suffer from major. Depression lower positive outcomes with antidepressants. Children of abuse are more likely to develop antisocial tendencies which can lead to criminal behavior. Other studies show that abused or neglected. Children are more likely to engage in sexual risk-taking as they reach adolescence including a higher number of sexual partners and having sex in exchange for money or other material items there is a higher prevalence of chemical dependency in adults who were maltreated as a child particularly alcoholism of course children of abuse are also more likely to also abuse their own children. Although these numbers are not as high as previously believed however in study from the early two thousand ten's it showed that twenty. Six percent of inmates incarcerated for murder had been subjected to child abuse and an additional study showed that of forty three death row inmates thirty six had been sexually or physically abused. Thirty seven were neglected and thirty. One witnessed domestic violence growing up despite the large number of violent offenders who were abused as children. The number of child abuse victims who do not resort to violence as jolts is far greater. These children had broken the cycle of abuse. Unfortunately today's perpetrator was not able to break the cycle of violence destroying his family. Along with another as a result. Okay onto the shell brianna. Zunino denison was march. Second nineteen eighty-eight in reno nevada. Her parents were jeff and bridget. Denison jeff had built a fortune starting at the early age of nineteen when he purchased a half interest in big o. Tires when he was twenty one years old he bought the other half interest in the franchise at the time. He was the youngest person in america. Who owned a nationwide franchise after that. He began several new companies and purchased others in nineteen ninety-three jeff in bridget added a sun brighten to the family. Unfortunately approximately a year after brighton was born. Jeff was accused of embezzlement. Almost two point five million dollars and a floating almost a million dollars in checks on august twenty seventh nineteen ninety-four jeff himself in his office on west second street in reno nevada. He was only thirty four years old at the time of his death just a few days after his death brianna wrote a letter to the reno gazette journal who had published the original article about our fathers completed. Suicide brianna wrote. This letter is in response to the article written about my daddy. Jeffrey scott denison on april twenty ninth..

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"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

02:24 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

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"brianna" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

01:46 min | Last month

"brianna" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"So some people are really concerned that animals are like being exploited to produce milk for us to drink all dairy products for farms to profit. Or whatever what's your take on that you manage the cows on this farm your the the herds woman are these cows happy are they okay so we wouldn't be able to get quality of milk or volume of milk out of the cows at all if there were any sort of stress so it is not any. I'm gonna say farming in general their best interests to have stressed animals so by providing twenty four hours of feed and misters in the parlor. When it's hot and fans and most of these cal- pens have cow brushes in them just enrichment and that sort of thing. It provides them the most stable environment constant today today for them to go about their life thermal or an eat get milked of the pressure and consistent so by that consistency we get the most out of product. Cows don't really like change for one. I've been told no they dislike the same thing every day. I wouldn't want to eat the same thing every day but they seem to do pretty dang. Well yup no they. The heat is one thing the l. weather's out of everyone's control but it's in our best interest to try to keep it somewhat the same every single day so the barnes provide a nice stable temperature that we can kind of control with fans to keep the air flowing because air quality makes a really big difference in the animal. Health is their their pooping. They're coughing. They're doing all normal animal statham

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Brianna Parmentier: Do Cows Get Exploited for Their Milk?

Real Food Real People

01:46 min | Last month

Brianna Parmentier: Do Cows Get Exploited for Their Milk?

"So some people are really concerned that animals are like being exploited to produce milk for us to drink all dairy products for farms to profit. Or whatever what's your take on that you manage the cows on this farm your the the herds woman are these cows happy are they okay so we wouldn't be able to get quality of milk or volume of milk out of the cows at all if there were any sort of stress so it is not any. I'm gonna say farming in general their best interests to have stressed animals so by providing twenty four hours of feed and misters in the parlor. When it's hot and fans and most of these cal- pens have cow brushes in them just enrichment and that sort of thing. It provides them the most stable environment constant today today for them to go about their life thermal or an eat get milked of the pressure and consistent so by that consistency we get the most out of product. Cows don't really like change for one. I've been told no they dislike the same thing every day. I wouldn't want to eat the same thing every day but they seem to do pretty dang. Well yup no they. The heat is one thing the l. weather's out of everyone's control but it's in our best interest to try to keep it somewhat the same every single day so the barnes provide a nice stable temperature that we can kind of control with fans to keep the air flowing because air quality makes a really big difference in the animal. Health is their their pooping. They're coughing. They're doing all normal animal statham

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"brianna" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"brianna" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"You know it can be in a feed lot. You can have all of these different things that occur which i don't really. I think there's a place for everything and i definitely my big thing is i do not want to. I don't want other farmers to feel. Like i ever bash their method of raising livestock. Because that's there's they've found their niche. They've found that what works. And this is what we're doing because this fits us. But i definitely if i have someone who comes to us. And says hey. This is the kind of meat i want. I'm not gonna turn around trying to convince them out of it. I'm just going to give them a list of people who do it that way. Yeah about even grass fed just a small tangent on that a lot of people think that you know if it's not grass-fed than just fed grain and corn. Its whole life. well most. I don't know what you call it. Not a corn fed. Whatever is just corn finished so it just eats corn at the very end and most of its life is still grass-fed as well. So the there's just so many misconceptions based a lot on buzzwords what do you think drives that wise is it. Just a marketing thing is that i know there are other people involved in that sphere and that you know cultural conversation. That aren't necessarily just marketing. They have maybe an axe to grind. You know I'll put this out there. But i it's kind of an embarrassing thing for about three three years of my life. I was a vegetarian for while there was vegan. And it was. I think for me. It is because speaking to someone who knows farming it can be. It came with a lot of misconceptions. I didn't do it for the right reasons. I was doing it for the information that i was fed. I was doing it for you know for me. It wasn't necessarily an ethical thing. It was something that i believe was healthy. And i learned a lot about myself. And how every body specifically body is different. And i also learned that the information that i had been given had a lot of biased sources. You know the great thing about social media is you can share with a lot of people a lot of people. The poor thing about social media is the people sharing. don't always have accountability. So there can be people out there that that you know have a huge following and they say something and they're following is to believe that whether it's true or not so and we've seen that i mean this last year and a half has been kind of a very big eye opener on what that looks like with coveted but it it with farming it. It's really hurtful. it's really hurtful. A big one is dairy when people will say constantly that oh milk has antibiotics in. It will no. That's not legal. That's never been been a thing. That's not yeah so i you know. And that's another thing too is is all those labels you know. No no farmer is is putting antibiotics and their animal and then selling the next day. No one is doing that and if they are they're getting in really big trouble so major finds prison. If it's a big big deal and and yet you know that needing to be antibiotic. Free is is a huge buzzword. Or you know. My favorite is chicken. Being hormone-free well chickens been hormone free for forty fifty years. There's nothing fda approved for hormones for chickens. So i i think consumers are. They're trying they're trying but you you. Don't you know better when you do better when you finally no better off the hormone free thing. I always laugh at that because really technically everything as hormones in it like everything. Yeah plant animal humans. That's what runs these you know biological systems like one of the only things that you put on your table..

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"brianna" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

02:12 min | 2 months ago

"brianna" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"When did you. How did you decide to like be full on farmers. Because what i'm seeing here is you guys are living the real legit like farm family life right. Yeah so we made the choice. We actually Moved here in two thousand seventeen and originally our plan had been just to raise our own food we wanted in our big goal was just to reconnect with where our food came from and Prior to that we always bought food from local as much as we possibly could But we realized that there there was a gap between consumers and farmers and my husband just kind of fell in love with what he was doing and one day he came home from his day job and just said hey. I'd like to do this. I'd like to actually do this for a living. And i'm the kind of person that if he makes the like if he's decided that that's what he wanted to do. I don't wanna be the one that hold him back from it. So i was like all right. You drove him all sell it. So that was like one of these. Classic stories of hobby turned into yes career. Yes and you know. We haven't been doing this for very long but we definitely we brought business since into it so we knew that this wasn't we definitely took it and ran with it from the beginning. Yeah what kind of work could you both been doing. Prior and so i had built a business prior to this. And so i knew the ins and outs of what it took to build something that had a great volume of sales and i was willing to. Social media was something that was willing to tackle. My husband is he. He works for bp so he's great. He has a lot of skills and he welds and he can build and he. He's just very skillful. So i knew that he you know. We weren't lacking in in the effort. We had the desire so yeah. And what was it like. Then when you made that decision. He made that call. You're going to go for talk about what you've been through to realize you know everything that you have accomplished so far. Yeah so we. We really tackled this as as much as we possibly. Can you know we didn't want to put a toe in in In new you. You really can't make a living off just a little.

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Brianna Widen on the Benefits of Farming

Real Food Real People

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Brianna Widen on the Benefits of Farming

"When did you. How did you decide to like be full on farmers. Because what i'm seeing here is you guys are living the real legit like farm family life right. Yeah so we made the choice. We actually Moved here in two thousand seventeen and originally our plan had been just to raise our own food we wanted in our big goal was just to reconnect with where our food came from and Prior to that we always bought food from local as much as we possibly could But we realized that there there was a gap between consumers and farmers and my husband just kind of fell in love with what he was doing and one day he came home from his day job and just said hey. I'd like to do this. I'd like to actually do this for a living. And i'm the kind of person that if he makes the like if he's decided that that's what he wanted to do. I don't wanna be the one that hold him back from it. So i was like all right. You drove him all sell it. So that was like one of these. Classic stories of hobby turned into yes career. Yes and you know. We haven't been doing this for very long but we definitely we brought business since into it so we knew that this wasn't we definitely took it and ran with it from the beginning. Yeah what kind of work could you both been doing. Prior and so i had built a business prior to this. And so i knew the ins and outs of what it took to build something that had a great volume of sales and i was willing to. Social media was something that was willing to tackle. My husband is he. He works for bp so he's great. He has a lot of skills and he welds and he can build and he. He's just very skillful. So i knew that he you know. We weren't lacking in in the effort. We had the desire so yeah. And what was it like. Then when you made that decision. He made that call. You're going to go for talk about what you've been through to realize you know everything that you have accomplished so far. Yeah so we. We really tackled this as as much as we possibly. Can you know we didn't want to put a toe in in In new you. You really can't make a living off just a little.

MVP Breanna Stewart Leads Storm to Win in Inaugural Commissioner’s Cup

The Jump

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

MVP Breanna Stewart Leads Storm to Win in Inaugural Commissioner’s Cup

"Brianna stewart sprawled out as the seattle storm beat the connecticut sun in the wnba. Inaugural commissioner's cup season championship in the league's twenty-five years history and it was a big payday for the storm. The wind clinks a thirty thousand dollar bonus for each member of the storm and an extra five thousand dollars for brianna stewart. The son received ten thousand dollars

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U.S. Women's Basketball Routs Australia, Advances to Semifinals

Fox News

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. Women's Basketball Routs Australia, Advances to Semifinals

"Something fast. US women's basketball team advanced to the semifinals with the 79 55 win over Australia. Brianna Stewart scored 20/23 points in the first half. Team USA, which has won its last 53 women's basketball games. An Olympics play will play Serbia Friday.

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Brianna Walker Brent, Treasury Department And Jennifer Bracelet discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Brianna Walker Brent, Treasury Department And Jennifer Bracelet discussed on AP News Radio

"Monthly payments for low income families from the expanded child tax credit are starting to arrive the treasury department estimates that over thirty five billion families are receiving payments averaging four hundred twenty three dollars in July as part of the expanded child tax credit part of president binds one point nine trillion dollar corona virus relief package it was great I immediately paid my rent which was late Brianna Walker Brent we do Hampshire is taking care of three children and took custody of two siblings last year it's going back into the day care it's going into the food it's going to the grocery store Jennifer bracelet share is the director of the daycare that Walker's children tend to not feeling quite so like they're living on the edge one study from the center on poverty and social policy at Columbia University estimates the payments could cut child poverty by forty five percent they're also a test of sorts president

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Briana of Black Queer Travel Guide, Fringe of Colour Films

Black Women Travel Podcast

01:54 min | 4 months ago

Briana of Black Queer Travel Guide, Fringe of Colour Films

"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name or your from your current location and the name of your business i wanted. My name's brianna forgot her from washington. Dc currently based in edinburgh risk auckland's or the united kingdom depending on who you're asking and i am the grand development manager for the black rear travel guide am also the creative director of festival fringe of color films which is an alternative arts festival for black people and people of color internationally. Sometimes i'm not always also. Sometimes i should say most also the co director of an organization called. We are here. Scotland is a community interest company that supports black people people of color indigenous folk in the arts and creative industries across scotland. So many hats talk to me please. About growing up in the united states of america. I believe you in the dc area. I'm not sure if you had an awareness of age of seven that you had anxiety but like talk about all of that also don't know when you started to experience chronic pain like tell us your story gave us the tea please. Yeah so. I grew up in washington d. c. born to an african american family that basically migrated up north During the great migration of a lot of black families from the south and basically that side of the family was based in and around the washington. Dc area the Metropolitan area the dmv. I still family in north carolina and on my dad's side of the family. I m first generation begajah which is my last name or in the united states. My dad was from angola which is two countries of south africa on the western coast.

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Rep. Byron Donalds Destroys CNN's Brianna Keilar for Devaluing His Conservative Views, Merits

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Byron Donalds Destroys CNN's Brianna Keilar for Devaluing His Conservative Views, Merits

"Hapless CNN hose it Brianna Keeler. It's trying to question a fantastic GOP rep from the West Coast of Florida happens to be black doesn't matter to conservatives. It matters everything to liberals, and she tries to put him in a spot in corner and but she hasn't realized Byron Donald's a lot smarter than her. Check this out. You have defended President Trump. You think that your defense of a person that said things like that might be incongruent with the mission of the CBC? First of all whatever the president said in the past has nothing to do with this discussion at all. I think Well, you defend you've defended you've defended. Don't cut me off. I didn't have not cut you off in his interview, Please do not do that to me. Thank you As a black man in America. I'm allowed to have my own thoughts on who I choose to support who I choose not to support. I think that it's important whether you're talking about the Congressional Black Caucus or the Florida State Legislative Black Caucus or the National Caucus of State black legislators organizations. I have been a part of in the past. My support of President Trump has been consistent, but at the same time I've had the ability to advocate for issues, ideas proposals. And funding that have helped the black community in my state. You're talking to somebody who my first three years in college was at Florida A and M and Hbcu. So whether my support my support for President Trump. Whether it's for or against is irrelevant. That has nothing to do with this discussion. This is whether the ideology of somebody who is conservative is welcome in the Congressional Black Caucus. It's really that simple and so to bring up President Trump to try to make this about him does not matter. It's irrelevant. It has nothing to do with the situation in hand. Yes, Yes. Hold on for the fox nation. Years. This is standing. Jim. If I'm off to my concern, yes Stand to go. Byron Donald's spectacular Nice job. I'm here alone in the studio. If we had a peanut gallery in the studio, they'd be around clapping to love this guy again, folks, the bench in the Republican Party is deep. The bench on the Democrat side is pathetic. It's

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The Tech Industry Promised to Diversify Last Year. Has It Delivered?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

The Tech Industry Promised to Diversify Last Year. Has It Delivered?

"Week marks one year since a minneapolis. Police officer murdered. George floyd the year since has seen national even global protests. Demanding justice for george floyd brianna taylor and other black victims of police killings as well as a racial reckoning in society and business many tech companies came out in support of the black lives matter movement and made promises to make their companies more diverse equitable in a notoriously non diverse industry. One year later. Is it possible to measure their progress. Megan rose dickie is a senior reporter at protocol where she covers labor and diversity in tech. It's hard to know exactly how well they've done because a lot of this commitments were looking at like twenty twenty three or twenty twenty five. So we're still not going to see if companies have really follow through with those commitments for for a little

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Do You Know Your Sonic Brands?

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Do You Know Your Sonic Brands?

"Gives us the first one donald donald donald all right was kind of the modern gold standard. I'm lebanon it for mcdonald's we're as i mentioned we're gonna be talking to dallas taylor from twenty thousand hertz. they didn't entire episode about strongly. Recommended is listening because that episode. We'll give you the deep dive into the bizarrely complicated. Backstory that jingle And just how huge stakes it was but it really did bring together the global marketing of mcdonald's which had always been scattershot and there really was nothing consistent except the golden arches All right so we're all primed warm. Nick gives an excellent flex net. Flex that flakes. Has anyone made it through the last year without hearing that seventeen times. So yes the netflix. But also has its own episode on twenty thousand hertz. Where i think they were the first to hear the back story of how that was made and how was originally or at one point was going to feature a goat get to the end and then like like that almost made the cut. But it didn't quite. I part of me misses the go that we never knew. And yes brianna mentioned in the in the chat here as we talk that It's also kind of law and order which boiler law and orders not here but like the two great bottoms and there's some weird stat right. That like the law and order is seventeen sounds mash together. It's like jail doors clanging it's a gavel. It's like all of a sudden. I that's that's another.

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'Black America's Attorney General' Seems to Be Everywhere

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 6 months ago

'Black America's Attorney General' Seems to Be Everywhere

"I'm Julie Walker some call him black America's Attorney General his lawyer Ben Crump and he's been very busy taking on the case is a black Americans killed by police the Florida attorney has become a powerful figure in the movement seeking equality and justice a civil rights activist al Sharpton you check the general for black America because people can go to hell what application crop represents the families of George Florida Brianna Taylor long before that there was Trayvon Martin and Michael brown he's one multi billion dollar settlements push to ban certain police tactics and last year just after Floyd's death he told a congressional committee on police reform we have right now part two systems of justice one for white Americans and another for black Americans probably earned about inequality at an early age describing that in elementary school he found out a white classmates weekly allowance was as much as what his mother made in a week working two jobs I'm Julie Walker

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Justice Dept. Opens Policing Probe Over Breonna Taylor Death

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Justice Dept. Opens Policing Probe Over Breonna Taylor Death

"For the second time in a week the justice department's opening a sweeping probe into a big city police department after George Floyd's death the department started looking into the tactics of Minneapolis police now it will probe Louisville's department after police killed Brianna Taylor during a raid at her home last year to determine whether LMPD engages in a pattern or practice violations of the constitution or federal law Attorney General Merrick garland says it'll focus on whether Louisville police engaged in a pattern of on reasonable force chief Erika shields says she welcomes the investigation and the so we should her officers they understand that whatever we've been doing isn't working Taylor's family reached a twelve million dollar settlement with the city over her death Sager mag ani Washington

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Navigating Life After Pregnancy Loss

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Navigating Life After Pregnancy Loss

"The silence around losing a baby that my mom mentioned at the top of this episode is not only common for some cultures in household pregnancy. Loss can also be a taboo subject. So i very first takeaway and that goes for. Everybody is to acknowledge. The loss acknowledged that a family is hurting to help. Start our conversation. We wanted to speak with dr jamila parrot. A board certified gyn in washington dc. Where she's also the president and ceo of an organization called physicians for reproductive health. Now i have a little bit. Is my voice coming through okay. 'cause my video has been mike delayed intermittently during the day. You look fine so far. Good big part of the silence around pregnancy loss. The failure to acknowledge that loss is that we don't always have a shared understanding of what it is or how it shows up. There are lots of ways that people described pregnancy loss. We're using that phrase here but some people describe it as a miscarriage for an example in the medical field. We describe it as a spontaneous abortion. All of those mean the same thing that pregnancy stopped growing Typically in the first trimester but not always. Dr parents says that most of the time it's unclear why pregnancy loss happens. That's why we call it. Spontaneous typically in the way. That i talk about it with people that i care for. It's nature's way of ending a pregnancy. That wasn't going to be able to continue on. Its own my mom well. She's all too familiar with dr perez describing alone said her loan me. Why aren't two years after having me. My mom suffered a miscarriage. She and my dad tried again and in january nineteen ninety-three gave birth to my twin sister brittany brianna but brianna. Well she was born sleeping.

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Susan Mills Introduces Detective Colt Jessup In Steamy Thriller Rock Bottom

Charlotte Readers Podcast

04:41 min | 7 months ago

Susan Mills Introduces Detective Colt Jessup In Steamy Thriller Rock Bottom

"In today's episode visible. Susan wilson author of rock bottom occult jessop novel the first book and the jessop series of fast paced and spellbinding thriller with a hint of romance. About lucas twin. Sister brianna is dead and isabelle refuses to accept that her sister could have died by suicide returns to charlotte from new york to find out the truth. Enlisting the help detective coach jesse vice cop in new about brianna history of addiction as it come closer to finding the killer. Isabella found herself in mortal danger. And only jessop can prevent her from becoming the next victim. Bob rogers author of the laced. Shamlan calls the book. A superb mystery and thriller with a new level of action or or providing insights into addiction embezzlement greed and policing susan. Welcome sir thank you. Thank you for having me -gratulations on the book you know we. I met a thank you parker books about five years ago. I was there to plug my first book. I think you were there with your husband. I think it might have been your second or your third book at the time. And i bought your thank. You was good gone. Bad is the one that listen. I fuck i work you and your now to have many seven and seven. I'm working on my eight. Okay what do you do put out every year. Usually the last book rock bottom bottom took me eighteen months front to me. Sixty five is sixty. Five thousand words ahead to put some coherent order. Took longer gasa said. You made the mistake in your first novel. Good gone bad of killing off your best character about. His name was streaker and he was the former cop who went to the dockside. And that's where the title came. Good going bad and everybody log. This particular character and i hated that i killed him off because i wanted to write him again so i just invented. His brother and his brother is a cult. Jessop who is Pardon my new series. That i started. And he has some of the similar traits since his brother and likes to go rogue and doesn't always follow by the rules so he was a lot of fun to write so. I'm having a good time with colds and reported to him being in in future novels but he the paranormal route and brought. You know your first character back in the second books on how through some supernatural maine's or suffering. I could've done that. But i chose not not. You know what you're right. You're right the The suspense thrillers with the with the touch around. That now a little bit about uses. And you're the author of rock bottom and six other romantic suspense novels first of all. What is a romantic suspense novel. It's fast pace page turner. it's a really not quite as intense as a thriller as very similar to a mystery. And what i've ride is Not a cozy mystery. But it's more like a hard full detective story and That's a good way for me to reach a bit wider market because women like my books a lot for the romance for the guys like the rough characters and some of the hard bowl techniques that are using stories. You said that you are a woman trapped in the body of a sweet southern bell at that you release your inner wild child creating gritty stories where the sparks fly Talk about talk about the pretty much sends me up. I didn't realize that to my daughter. said that that she said mom. Everybody thinks you're so sweet and ns than than such as polite southern lady she said but. I think that you're a tall blonde and a leather jacket on motorcycle and And i laugh at that but this kind of like what i like to raid is kind of gritty stuff. I like the gritty movies. My favorite movies shawshank redemption. I don't watch the a nine into the Ryan combs a lot of women are so i like kings kinda gritties. So that's what i like to read. And so that's what i write.

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Miami Beach curfew aims to shut down Spring Break partying

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00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Miami Beach curfew aims to shut down Spring Break partying

"The by the administration says he's worried about increasing air travel around spring break CDC cheaper sellable Lenski says it's not just about what happened on the plane but when people arrive they go out the next and that's what people who are not vaccinated case in point for White House virus response visor rain the Slavic what I saw down in Miami it did look like a whole bunch of excited people but I could be wrong big crowds run Miami beaches streets and after days of chaos that included flights and property damage officials put a curfew in effect it helps people the jail visitor D. Asia Atwater says it's a good idea man friend Brianna little agrees even if it does limit their options eleven is out of the question she says they'll have an early dinner and to make the best of it Sager mag ani Washington

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Feeding cows a few ounces of seaweed daily could sharply reduce their contribution to climate change

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:57 min | 7 months ago

Feeding cows a few ounces of seaweed daily could sharply reduce their contribution to climate change

"Are big contributors to global greenhouse gas emissions in the form of methane produced as part of their digestive process. But there's a new study from UC Davis that finds supplementing cattle feed with red seaweed may reduce the amount of methane they produce. KQED is Caroline Equation are is here to tell us about it. Carolina What happened in the study? This is actually the first study of its kind. Other studies have looked at the effects of red seaweed on dairy cows and sheep. But this is the first study to study the effects of red seaweed on beef cattle. So 21 beef cattle were given freeze dried powdered red seaweed mix in with their food for around five months, they were separated into three groups, depending on the percentage of seaweed in their diet. And the further along in the experiment, they were the less Hey, alfalfa and greens. They were fed. And what did they find? So our minds cup? Rob and a graduate student in his lab, Brianna Roque, did this study Both are animal biologists at U. C. Davis. And they found that the cattle produced up to 82% less methane after they ate a diet with red seaweed and low amounts of Hey, alfalfa and greens. Cattle that were eating more Hey, alfalfa and green. But the same amount of seaweed had a less dramatic decrease and their methane production where it was up to 68%, so the seaweed was really effective at reducing methane. But the amount of reduction was really affected by how much alfalfa hay and greens the cattle eat. And how did these animals taste? In the end? Did the seaweed affect the flavor or the texture of the beef? There was virtually no difference in the flavor, texture or juiciness of the seaweed Fed beef and its nutritional content was pretty much the same. So does all see, We'd have this effect on cattle. No red seaweed is a type of algae that traps methane and converts it into something else, so it doesn't cause the cattle to burp. While some ranchers do feed help as a supplement, they're used for nutritional value and don't have an effect on methane production. So beyond reducing the carbon footprint of beef production. Is there a financial incentive for ranchers to feed their cattle? Red seaweed? Yes. So one unexpected finding was that red seaweed actually helped the cattle gain weight because all the carbon that would normally be burnt out. Ended up being used to make more muscle in their body. Also, the amount of methane produced was proportional to amount of seaweed they ate, so the more seaweed they ate the less methane they produced. If the practice of feeding seaweed to beef cattle is widely adopted, there's going to be a huge demand for this type of seaweed would that be possible and would be sustainable? For now, This seaweed isn't commercially available, but it is native to many coastal areas around the world. For example, the seaweed from this study came from Australia, and there are also several companies trying to figure out a way to grow more of the seaweed so that it might be more commercially available in the future.

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In Louisville, Breonna Taylor’s family honors her legacy

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00:50 sec | 8 months ago

In Louisville, Breonna Taylor’s family honors her legacy

"On the one year anniversary of Brianna Taylor's death activists are calling for charges to be brought against the officers involved Louisville Kentucky became the site of huge protests in the wake of the police killing a Brianna Taylor a black woman who was shot multiple times during a botched drug raid by police last March a grand jury eventually indicted one officer on wanton endangerment charges for shooting into a neighbor's apartment Taylor's family and social activists gathered in downtown Louisville to honor Taylor's legacy to make a Mallory is the co founder of until freedom speakers included Benjamin Crump and we need a Baker an attorney for the Taylor family I'm Jennifer king

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Kentucky Senate votes to make it a crime to taunt police

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00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Kentucky Senate votes to make it a crime to taunt police

"The Kentucky state Senate passed a measure that would make it a crime to talk to a police officer to provoke a response the bill comes months after protests filled the streets of low level following the police killing of Brianna Taylor and demands for racial justice in policing it would make it a misdemeanor offense to accost insult tone or challenge a police officer punishable by fines and up to ninety days in jail the proposal also increases penalties for rioting some opponents worry it could violate first amendment rights and put a strain on the judicial system and are hoping it's amended in the house the measure passed in the Kentucky Senate on a twenty two to eleven vote I'm Jackie Quinn

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"brianna" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"brianna" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Speaking. Are you familiar with Brianna's see? Ah, Ah huh? I'm going to get you a bottle of no stank a perfume, and I'm gonna have Brianna's say something. Are you really here, man? I love you too. Get Tomas is looter from Roscoe's roof. And I was gonna let you know I'm about 20 minutes out. Don't want to hear. What do you mean? You don't want me shotgun looking in your face when you get here, sir. Why would I didn't order it? Sir. I don't know why you're so upset. All I need is 20 minutes up on top of the roof to get on top of a giant car. The roof that we have it would last at least another 15 years. So over here, police What does she have said about sir? I don't know. I mean, ma'am, Could you please calm down? I'm talking to Mr Tell her to ship. If you want today, I said, Tell her to shut the fuck up. Just go. Don't come back. I have to do something. Yes, I know my own. I'm his caretaker. He was saying, you know, I fall and I can't get up my hip. You know my neck my back. That's the actual product. They just waited around a nick, Are you single? Not now, If you're not seeing go, you must be an album. That was a comedian Google. They they call me lard ass McCullough g ever. Yes, I am. I'm a Cali cocaine. Ah, you know, I think it's a phone tap, man. One day I'm gonna figure out the voices in my head, but until then we'll call them little UF. A phone taps, all right. 18 phone tap right there, And we got your bankroll. $1000.1000 dollars stimulus.

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"brianna" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"brianna" Discussed on KCRW

"Brianna was killed while asleep in her apartment in March police entered without knocking her boyfriend fired shots at the officers who he thought were intruders police fired back and killed Taylor a Georgia judge has determined there's enough evidence for prosecutors to proceed with murder charges against three white men accused of killing Amman Arbury in February officials say one of the men Travis McMichael used a racial slur after the shooting Emily Jones of Georgia public broadcasting says the lead agent from the Georgia bureau of investigation Richard dial spoke of the third suspect we also learned a lot more about Roddy Brian's alleged role in this he's the person who filmed the video that went viral and set off the protests over Ahmad armories death but dial detailed how Brian and Travis Nick Michael and his father Gregory make Michael allegedly pursued armory in there to pick up trucks and essentially penned him in dial also testified that Brian Strock armory with his truck at one point Emily Jones reporting democratic leaders in the house say that on Monday they will release a comprehensive bill to address police brutality house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the legislation will address racial profiling and methods to prosecute people who violate the rights of Americans she didn't offer specifics but said it will be based on prior proposals the latest US employment numbers are due out this morning from the labor department and B. R. Scott Horsley says economists believe the nation's jobless rate in may likely rose to the highest level since the Great Depression we know that more than twelve million people filed claims for unemployment during the period covered by today's report was not known yet is how many people might have gone back to work thanks in part of that uncertainty there's a wide range of forecasts of what today's report will show all the bleak but some a lot worse than others last month losses are not expected to be as bad as April when more than twenty million jobs disappeared but the unemployment rate could approach twenty percent that would be the highest jobless figures since the mid nineteen thirties Scott Horsley NPR news Washington president trump will head to Maine's later today he'll tour of facility that makes the swamp they're used for corona virus testing he is expected to highlight how American manufacturers like puritan medical products have responded to the pandemic a White House spokesperson says the manufacturer has expanded its production after the president invoked the defense production act this is NPR their protests in Mexico over the death of a thirty year old construction worker who died in police custody a month ago NPR's Carrie Kahn says he reportedly was arrested for not wearing a face covering amid the pandemic Geelani Lopez was arrested in the state of Jalisco on may fourth bystander video shows police wrestling him to the ground while residents shouted officers that they are abusing their authority one man is heard repeatedly shouting if you kill them we know who you are according to the state's prosecutor Lopez died of injuries resulting from beatings he also says it's not clear why Lopez was arrested none of the officers involved have been arrested and all remain on duty Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro tweeted demanding justice for Giovanni Lopez the governor of Halley's go says a full investigation will be conducted Carrie Kahn NPR news Mexico City researchers at Johns Hopkins University say well over one point eight million people in the U. S. have been infected with the virus more than one hundred eight thousand people have died the researchers say that world wide well over six and a half million people have been diagnosed more than three hundred ninety one thousand people have perished retailer J. C. Penney says it is closing more than one hundred fifty stores around the country as it downsized as during the pandemic the Texas based firm says this will take at least ten weeks or longer J. C. Penney filed for bankruptcy protection last month it's the largest retailer to do so since the pandemic forced the closure of nonessential brick and mortar stores I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include serve pro committed to observing the highest cleaning and sanitation standards available to help twenty four seven Sir program dot com slash NPR franchises are independently.

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"brianna" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"brianna" Discussed on Triangulation

"As you pursue a role in congress that allows people to to be active and also participate to hopefully, make make things better. If they feel this is the way to make things better. This gives them a place to do that. So thank you for for opening opening up to me today and to our listeners on the show appreciate it. And last I'll say when you grow up queer in the south. There's a line from v for vendetta, the big cry ever signal Thomas at she's talking about that one little inch of yourself. It's so precious. Yeah. And it's so important you have to cherish it in. I think anyone that I for me being authentic self it came at such a high price. It costs me my parents. You know, it costs me my relatives. It costs me my safety. And you know, I think just being honest with the people are real Jew. I've tried it both ways like in not being honest people and you not highest but being open with Ryan Ryan being open. And I just I think that when you're unafraid about who you are and you're open, and you know, able to hear other people in interested in other people. I just think it's a path to the best parts of yourself. So that's my opinion. Absolutely. I completely agree. Brianna brianna Wu. Support brianna dot com, of course, and at brianna woo on Twitter people in a Twitter. Follow follow your feeds. You're always putting out some really great great stuff on Twitter. Of course. Brianna? Thank you again for joining us on triangulation. It's been an honor talking with you today. Failing a speech. Thank you. We do this show. Every Friday, we did this one a little bit later than normal. But usually we record at two thirty pm eastern eleven thirty AM Pacific eighteen thirty UT. See if you wanna check it out live, you can't dot TV slash.

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"brianna" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"brianna" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Brianna here. My Instagram is EJ hit me up. I'll make sure to follow you back and make sure to get on your song. Like this Casaus down in the weekend. Lost in the fire at its kiss FM. Paying your bills? Congratulations scooter kiss FM dot com, keyword bells. Thank you. Thank you. And find out how to get.

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