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"burnell" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

02:14 min | Last month

"burnell" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Gonna be a lot more fun interviews coming up throughout the week as we are officially on the road to ufc two sixty five. We'll talk about that event later on the program as well in fact. That's how we're going to end the show this week. Casey kenny is gonna join us. He's back in action. Taken off the main card against song you don in houston texas. Ufc two sixty five course that one is headline by the interim heavyweight title fight between derek lewis and cyril gone casey. Kenny joins us to break down that fight talk about the dominant crews loss and what he took away from that and so much more. Always great having casey kenny on the show. He's very close to being another interesting player in this already loaded under and thirty five pound division. We'll talk to alex perez. Ufc flyweight lot of mix ups going on for him. He's supposed to. He was actually supposed to fight. This past saturday against ask ask off is no longer happening so now. August twenty eighth out is gonna fight match now. Should be a great fight. Of course will be the first fight for alex perez since he was submitted in his first chance to become a. Ufc flyweight champion against davis. A figueredo november always great catching up with alex perez tailor starling. One of the big stars from kfc nineteen at a short and sweet interview after she finished. Cassie rob and twenty eight seconds of gaffes nineteen backstage but a lotta people been hitting me up saying that. They want to know more about her. They want to know more about the journey and how she's gotten to where to the place she's gotten to and we're going to talk about that a long long form interview with one of the bigger stars at least up and coming stars for be. Fc i really think kfc should distract the rocket ships. Who are let her go. But a really good suffering taylor starring. You'll hear that coming up in around twenty minutes or so but first we're gonna kick things off with one of the big winners from bella to sixty three. this past. Saturday is around the main event note about that but i think the eyes of the hard core anime fans were on. The coleman events emmanuel sanchez took on burnell. What a fight it was. It was everything. I hoped it would be in the end. Mads burnell picks up a huge win seventh consecutive victories since parting ways with the ufc. The man is on a tear and he's about to hop on an airplane before we started this conversation so let's hear from mads burnell kicking us off right.

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"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

06:01 min | Last month

"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Was believed that harold killed florence little because he enjoyed the publicity and celebrity status he received after murdering freida burnell. Harold could offer no explanation for the murder other than stating he had been commanded to kill following a blinding crash that turned everything crimson. He said he could not disobey the commands of demon in.

"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

02:31 min | Last month

"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Herbert stood by the alibi. He had provided for harold from the outset. Maintaining that the teen was in he store at the time. Freda was attacked. When harold took the stand he appeared calm and performed much. Better than at the inquest in answering questions without hesitation or contradiction he's cross examination was rigorous and lengthy but harold remained composed throughout the prosecution labeled. Harold has heartless and someone with tremendous ability to control his emotions. The trial only lost it one day after which the jury of seven men and five women retired for five hours they returned with a unanimous decision for the wilful murder. Afraid burnell fifteen year old. Harold jones was found not guilty. The town of abbott o'leary rejoiced. Harold walked free from the courtroom. And into the arms of he's tearful parents to celebrate harrowed and his family went for high tae at a local nitel. I'll luxury reserved for only the most special of occasions locals accompanied him to share in the celebration some reports that i presented him with a gold. Watch with everyone who knew him to be innocent. Cheating in harold thanked his supporters despite. He's ordeal which he described as horrendous. He said that he didn't hold a grudge against the townspeople. He then jumped into an open-top top vehicle decorated with fresh flowers and was driven through the straits of abbott. O'leary so pull. It is launched. The footpaths waving flags as harold received a hero's welcome. They blamed the scotland yard. Detectives for implicating maintain a jaw through circumstantial evidence to spot so many people providing evidence that he could not have committed the crime as harold made his way home. He's neighbor george. Little clapped.

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"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:14 min | Last month

"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Carrying a stick. The information obtained divide. The science was taken seriously at the time but local authorities sought further evidence. This top of crime was unheard of in abbott. O'leary and was beyond their expertise so they requested assistance from london's experienced and well-equipped scotland yard police force to detectives soon arrived in town to carry out an investigation. It was determined that freida was murdered between non thirty. I am and one pm. On the day she went missing. A body was found in close proximity to a shed used by mortimer store which contained stock too large to fit on the shop floor. Multiple witnesses said that shortly after right i left mortimer's they heard screams coming from the direction of the storage shed but as soon it was just children. Playing a resident. Who lived in either building heard what shade described as a muffled funny standing argument between nine twenty and nine thirty a. m. She thought it was her son in the backyard. Hooding one of their chickens but when she headed esau to check she found her son playing in nearby lane on the floor of the mortimer's shed will lose paces of corn chaff matching odds recovered from free to skin and the sack. She was founding a small handkerchief. That frito was carrying the day she was attacked was discovered in the shed as was an ax it was hidden under a sack and while the blight itself was claimed the handle was covered in wet blood the shed was two hundred seventy five maters from motorists store which was owned and operated by. Its namesake a local man named herbert mortimer her that had a strong alibi for the day of fritos moda with multiple witnesses confirming. He's whereabouts at the time. She was attacked as he storage. Shed heard that revealed that it was kept locked at all times and that there were only two ks. That granted access her. They carried on how was held by one of his employees fifteen year. Old harold jiang's harrowed. Was that the front canada. When freight visited mortimer's on february five shea arrived shortly after nine. Am and finally spent around two minutes in the store. Harold didn't notice which direction she headed in upon exiting. The shop heard that mortimer vouched for his young staff member telling detectives that harold. John's was that the store nearly all morning. Herbert's wife supported. This assertion shea had been in their apartment above the shop and could he harrowed a banging his foot against the wood paneling of the cannata. Something he did constantly as he walked. According to herbert harrowed. I knew left to once for a short period at ten. Am whole nice day. now are off. Freida burnell had stopped to buy. He'd been tasked with retrieving some stock from the shed but the teenager didn't go alone her. It's ten year old son. Francis joined him. The pen made the short walk together. Collected a sack of potatoes from the shed and delivered them to a nearby address before returning to the store later that day when word spread that freida bono was missing. Harold slid he's hand into his pocket only to realize that he didn't have the k. To the shed on him realization dawned that he must've left it in the sheds daw after running. The errand with francis modem elba's earlier harald captain use of the misplaced k. To himself avoiding the costs that would arise if a new of he's mistake lighter on while helping. Look for freida. Harold went back to the shed with francis mortimer and another local pain and was able to retrieve the k. Hey didn't notice anything suspicious around the building at the tone. Harold story of leaving the k. In the door opened the investigation up too many potential suspects anyone could have taken free into the secluded building upon realizing who was accessible yet. Despite having a strong ella. Harold jones was awed by.

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"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:16 min | Last month

"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

02:52 min | Last month

"burnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Hours earlier freida burnell had been skipping down somerset straight into abbott o'leary's bustling ten santa. This saw little freida in her black button. Boots red cap and brown coat all by herself didn't raise any eyebrows. The coal mining town she called home was small and locals trusted. Each other freida was running an errand for her father who was in need of some fade and poultry grit for the chickens. They owned he had promised his daughter. A penny as a reward for buying. This applies on his behalf at around nine. Am the bill at the top of the front door of mortimer's store jingled as freighter rented the shops specialized in livestock supplies. And while they had the chicken fade free freighter requested. They want any sex grit. Only loose grit frieda said she would home to oscar father if that would suffice. And if so she would come back but she never returned by light afternoon. Habita- leary's locals were assisting police and the bono family in trying to locate freida somehow during her journey. Home from mortimer's store. She had vanished without a trace the following morning a local worker finished his shift in the minds and begin the walk back to his home as he approached. Abbott o'leary's tan center. He headed dan narrow. So i'd alley where he stumbled across a hessian sack discarded in the mud. It clearly held stomping. The co worker examined the sack closely. Inside was the buddy of eight year. Old freedom no her remains had been dumped just to nineteen majors from her house. Freed i had sustained gonna blow to the head but it was the cord still wrapped around her neck that it caused her. Death at pace of cloth was stuffed inside her mouth and her wrists and ankles tied behind her back with the road. Her attacker had also attempted to ripe her. The shocking murder rattled. The typically carefree townsfolk freebies. Funeral was held on the straight outside her home to facilitate the lodge crowds of mourners. That wished to attend. They circled around her smoke. Coffin this sense of loss tinged with fee as they wanted who among them would carry out such violent and disturbing crime

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The Murder of Freda Burnell & Florence Little

Casefile True Crime

02:52 min | Last month

The Murder of Freda Burnell & Florence Little

"Hours earlier freida burnell had been skipping down somerset straight into abbott o'leary's bustling ten santa. This saw little freida in her black button. Boots red cap and brown coat all by herself didn't raise any eyebrows. The coal mining town she called home was small and locals trusted. Each other freida was running an errand for her father who was in need of some fade and poultry grit for the chickens. They owned he had promised his daughter. A penny as a reward for buying. This applies on his behalf at around nine. Am the bill at the top of the front door of mortimer's store jingled as freighter rented the shops specialized in livestock supplies. And while they had the chicken fade free freighter requested. They want any sex grit. Only loose grit frieda said she would home to oscar father if that would suffice. And if so she would come back but she never returned by light afternoon. Habita- leary's locals were assisting police and the bono family in trying to locate freida somehow during her journey. Home from mortimer's store. She had vanished without a trace the following morning a local worker finished his shift in the minds and begin the walk back to his home as he approached. Abbott o'leary's tan center. He headed dan narrow. So i'd alley where he stumbled across a hessian sack discarded in the mud. It clearly held stomping. The co worker examined the sack closely. Inside was the buddy of eight year. Old freedom no her remains had been dumped just to nineteen majors from her house. Freed i had sustained gonna blow to the head but it was the cord still wrapped around her neck that it caused her. Death at pace of cloth was stuffed inside her mouth and her wrists and ankles tied behind her back with the road. Her attacker had also attempted to ripe her. The shocking murder rattled. The typically carefree townsfolk freebies. Funeral was held on the straight outside her home to facilitate the lodge crowds of mourners. That wished to attend. They circled around her smoke. Coffin this sense of loss tinged with fee as they wanted who among them would carry out such violent and disturbing crime

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Why You're Burning Out And How to Fix It With Leah Weiss

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:24 min | 3 months ago

Why You're Burning Out And How to Fix It With Leah Weiss

"Thinking bernal is a spectrum. A binary on off or a habit. Or i don't i think is really helpful and in terms of the research on the stages of burn out one of the things that's really interesting is the early stages of burn out which include things like having excessive drive and pushing yourself to work harder and harder than you start neglecting personal care. Needs these all our lake. How would you describe workaholic. I think it's when you get into the middle and later stages of burn out the you understand that it's not just about work habits and then the other thing that your comment makes me think of is i think often one of the biggest misimpressions people have about burnell is that it's just caused by working hard often. It's about the components that are you know have to do more with lack of fairness or poor relationships or frustration with values being transgressed. That are the real drivers of burnout. Not quote unquote just working a lot in hard so that gets a really important point and i believe this is a really important point to you. Which is it can be really unfair. Perhaps to frame burn out as an issue of individual agency because often it's not just that we have decided to work ourselves too hard. It's that were caught in noxious structures. Yes and i think that's critical. It's it's not to negate the role that we have as an individual but it's to add in the importance of understanding our environment. The teams were working in cultures. That were a part of so that we don't put all of the blame. And also all the onus on ourselves to fix it we understand this is we are part of a system so that is spot on. Its part of why. It's such an important component to me. And i think a big part of my frustration with how burnout is presented often. And we're talking a lot about it because of covid many articles. You know many how to's in. I think we broadly emphasize the individual in that which is counterproductive for exactly what you're pointing

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"burnell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"burnell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Camila Burnell knew on daybreak words from the president of Afghanistan on the removal of US troops from his country President Ashraf Ghani tweeted. The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan respects the U. S decision and we will work with our US partners to ensure a smooth transition. Also, Afghanistan's proud security and defense forces are fully capable of defending its people and country. Cannot continue the cycle. Of extending or expanding our military presence in Afghanistan, hoping to create ideal conditions for their draw and expecting a different result. President Biden Call's the decision to remove US troops a clear one leaders across Washington D C are weighing in on the move, CIA Director William Burns pointed out one concern during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing before Biden's announcement. Burns testified that the country's ability to collect information and act on threats in the area will diminish with Absence of U. S troops, Senator Lindsey Graham is asking the president to reconsider. Don't lock yourself in. Those things were gonna change quickly in Afghanistan for the worst. Al Qaeda and Isis. Gonna benefit very quickly from this decision. Secretary of State says the U. S plans to reorganize its counterterrorism efforts to stay on top of possible terrorist activity. Will also remain vigilant against any possibility that the threat of terrorism re emerges in Afghanistan. Just this morning, Australia announced it is joining the U. S and NATO in pulling troops from the country by September. The Indian National Guard says troops are due to arrive in Afghanistan over the next couple of weeks before the pullout News A Stan Klein talked with a gold star mother who lost her son to the war 15 years ago, and she says she is thankful that the troops will be coming home soon. Very proud. Worried about him all the time, Of course, and for good reason. Richard Blakeley joined the military out of high school. Even before his high school graduation from Avon, His chosen profession. Medic came as a surprise. We're like, Wait a minute, Rick, what's happening and he goes last long as it's not my own blood. I'm okay. Blakely was in the service 17 years attaining the rank of staff Sergeant in January of 2006. He was shot in the shoulder by a sniper hurrying the Purple heart. There's longest I can hear is Voice. I know he's okay. When he said he didn't shot but he's okay. And I can't thinking as long as I can hear his voice. I know he's okay. He got to come home for his kid's birthdays, but then was back to Iraq. Then, on June 6th the 2006. He was shot again while out on patrol with Straight through his heart. It was just about so Kavaler is best. And write to his heart. Almost 15 years later, it can still feel just like yesterday with the right meal, or even a blue bird flying past taking Janice Shaw worker back to that time, like being in a pit and having to crawl out again. I did all those things that I was supposed to do, but I don't remember. I was just in a daze and then you'll hear a song. I'll see a flower. Are some thought or come across your mind and I'm right back today. One cannot continue the cycle. President Joe Biden's announcement Wednesday comes on the same day as the groundbreaking for the Indiana Gold Star Families Memorial Monument on the American Legion Mall across from the Central Library. It's designed to honor all fallen service members and their families. Shall like her worries. The removal of troops may make the country less safe. But most of all, she's thankful it means 2500 families get to welcome their sons and daughters.

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DART police investigate man's death at bus station in West Dallas

Chris Krok

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

DART police investigate man's death at bus station in West Dallas

"Death of a man that was found at a bus station and west Dell's dart police went to the bench. Burnell Singleton transfer location Friday night, October 30th. That was after getting calls about an unconscious person. They found a 70 year old man who was unconscious with injuries to the head. He was taken to Methodist Hospital where he passed away. Family members say dark police officers came to their home later that night and told them that the man was a victim. Of a hit and run again part

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California governor says community spread started at nail salon

Bloomberg Law

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

California governor says community spread started at nail salon

"The overwhelming majority of states will have relaxed at least some of their corona virus restrictions by tomorrow in an attempt to restart their economies correspondent Camilla Burnell report much of California is starting to re open we're now learning the first mill court of iris the tally in the U. S. dies from a heart ruptured triggered by the virus and on the first case of community spread in the state governor Gavin Newsom confirming it came from the nail salon but he held back on giving details their health and personal privacy obligations that are bigger and then any public statements that have to be abided by legal parameters as a relates that first

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"burnell" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"burnell" Discussed on The Moth

"You for listening. That was Burnell Kotlin after. Brunell told this story in New Orleans. The audience gave him a standing ovation. Brunell a father and a US veteran. And when I asked him how long he's been married to his wife Kisha he said not long enough a few months ago at the time of this main stage I visited Brunell does market. We talked about his father and the challenges that he and his neighbors still face today. So Burnell where are we right now with Lou night ward of New Orleans at my store? Twenty thirty six Caffeine Avenue New Orleans Louisiana. And how long ago did you open this place up Back in two thousand eleven. It's a Monday morning. So how busy are you Monday? Morning is a great. I love my one. Is the school kids. Come early in the morning before they go to school to get their snacks. And things on a Lotta people come in to get the breakfast before they rolling the work. Yesterday we had a pretty large Second Line in night ward so we had quite a few people come into the store to get their drinks and we have to go back in. Can you tell me a little more about your father? What was he like Oh he was he was a funny guy but he taught me a lot of Lice. Life lessons to always do the right thing. That was very very important to him to always do the right thing. No matter what he also taught me how to stand your own two feet and face all your fears because on the other side of fear is total bliss. Do you think your dad these days. Do you feel his spirit around. Oh definitely I definitely do. Feel my father's Spirit's especially every time I walk into that barbershop. Not Sometimes every time when I see. Bobby SHARE IN THE RAISES. I think about him. I know he's here. Life is one big circle. I never thought thousand years. I would own a barbershop of all things to own. It was something that was needed here in. I would just like rhinitis. We need everything. This is the only business and it's been like this two thousand five. But they're papa shop. I'm hoping that my dad is proud of me. I wanted to be a community hub like it like my dad. Shot was everybody's to come in and just hang out and chill. It was a good spot now. I want to do the same thing. He did so for people who don't know. Can you just describe a little about what the lower ninth ward is like now and then what you're hoping for in the future like what is possible here When you at the bottom there's no place to go but up right not alone. I was still at the bottom and I know why people are still afraid. No To build. People say they're not coming because there's no businesses in businesses. Then I come because there's no people so what came first the chicken eggs what we do have people here but the ones that are suffering because they have to catch buses just to get to any other business here in in that ninth ward is home is still home. Even though there's nothing here I have three neighbors. And before Katrina I had forty eight and it feels like A Third World country to even desisting United States of America. And that's why I have to keep on going what What I want. I'm just an average guy but I got above average strange when my dreams is now is the night work catch up with the rest of the city. 'cause some parts of the city you would know. Katrina even hit. You Come to new law night ward. Katrina still alive all these years later. Even people here in New Orleans don't know the Lord Night Ward looks like this because the news media. Don't talk about it so the only way you're going to know that the Lord might would still is affected by Katrina is by doing one of two things coming down here to volunteer or use happen to stumble across somebody like me and I tell you that no we have nothing in night. Would we have no stores anything? This is the only laundromat This is the only grocery store does it. And this is only ten minutes from the French quarters but the news media stop talking about it and people automatically assumed because it's so many years later everybody's good and it's not. Do you have help in this or a you rebuilding the lower ninth ward by yourself. It's just me on a daily basis. I notice volunteers. That do come. Here have their lives and their jobs. I wish impre that they could come here every day. I can get a lot more done but I'll defunding and everything came from out of my pocket. I bought a Katrina Damage Building and I put my highlight Stevens in here. So I don't have to worry about that over here paying mortgage or rent but We have a long long way to go to law night. What is still suffering with suffering bad? Here we're hurting hurting so I'm gonNA keep on going. I'm not GonNa stop this Internet cafe to build on working on next door. We had someone computers. We stare some more work to do. I'll be higher lease another six or seven people easily. Once you're not being running every problem always always has an answer to live my life by. We don't have any houses that's a problem so I can concentrate on a problem or fix it. No you fix it. I will start building houses and more businesses everything in life you have to look at an answer to the problem no matter how big or small that was. Burnell Kotlin covert nineteen has hit the lower ninth ward and other communities of color especially hard and many are turning.

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"burnell" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"burnell" Discussed on The Moth

"At the moth in New Orleans. A wonderful childhood growing up here in new wanted in the lower ninth ward. Maybe about fifteen minutes from where we're standing and everybody thinks they had the best parents in the World Sodi. I liked a lot from my mother as well as from my father. My father was entrepreneur. You had a barber shop in the area not too far from here. It's a community hub. Everybody on my dad's barber shop. He's supported everybody one day. My Dad was cutting this drug dealers head and another drug dealer came into the shop arrival dope dealer and he shot the guy that was in my Dash Chair and he told my dad. You didn't see nothing you don't know nothing and you better not say anything. Let me walked out now. My Dad could easily look the other way and say and I didn't see anyone when the police came but my dad made a sacrifice. He decided to do the right thing. You wanted to testify. They offer my dad protective custody. He told him no so fast forward. My Dad was supposed to go and testify at a cord and he stepped out the front of his house. They drive by any kilt. My Dad the day he was supposed to testify that the devastated me and my family and my community change my whole life. I ended up joining. The military became a military police soldier and I did the whole time. In Germany of all places Spratlys Acre Dortch was over there long enough to learn language. I did everything. Police officer we were supposed to do and not supposed to do a lot of bad things but it wasn't all bad. I even help delivered a baby so that was fine. It was fine but Something inside of me still missing and I ended up coming back home and I went back to lower ninth ward and it was fun. I found a great job. I was a manager at McDonalds. A my first house. I used my. Va Home loan to buy a house in in the lower ninth ward since two thousand and one thought I was gonna live happily ever after I had forty eight wonderful neighbors like I said it's about two thousand one in two thousand five. Everybody know what what was coming in. Two Thousand and five. I saw it on the news. I didn't pay no attention to it. Before Katrina hit New Orleans. I was at work and I gave away all of the food at McDonald's kicked away everything and actually went home and went to sleep. My mom kept calling my phone. She called me a good twelve. Thirteen ignored all the phone calls. But a finally picked it up and my mom's I've never my mom's sounded like this. I remember exactly what she said. She say son. You was not born for a Hurricane. Betsy nothing about hurricane. You spent your entire adult life in the military. In Germany she said please please Commun- evacuate with me I remember grabbing two pairs of pants and shirt and I went to grab my mom's would normally would take six hours to go from here to Fort Polk. It took his eighteen hours. Because the whole city was evacuating wind up going to a shelter in Fort Polk. Once we got there. Something never thought I would see again. They gave him another army cod. So so we all went to sleep and we woke up the next morning and it was like about maybe a good sixty five or seventy of US around it's one little bitty small TV and a shelter and we watch the city of New Orleans. Go water everybody cried. I stepped away. I went outside and try to maintain my composure. Best I could Fema came in and they sent everybody everywhere. I ended up going to New York. And then he sent me to San Antonio Texas. I still was missing New Orleans. I know a lot of police officers so I was able to go back to New Orleans because it wasn't like anybody in the Lord night ward but I was able to go back in and he snuck in there and I went where my house used to be. An Katrina took a complete off its foundation and in the middle of the streets. I remember going back to where my bid was pictures. I remember where I had a TV. I don't have any pictures of my grandparents are not look like appear but having it physically it was all gone. It was this is the smells. It was it was horrible to be honest with you. I cry. I cry This losing everything and having to start all over. I don't wish that on anybody but fema gave me fema trailer and I was able to rebuild my personal house. I went from having forty eight. Wonderful neighbors even still today have free neighbors. That's even today only have three neighbors in the lower ninth ward about fifteen minutes from here. After I got my personal house together. I drove up and down the Lord Night Board. I noticed we didn't have anything the closest grocery store there we have in the lower ninth ward. It's Walmart in the next city. I called a all the big box stores. I call a Walmart or call win. Dick's call rouses and our begged him to come to bring a supermarket to the Lord Night Board and I'm embarrassed because it's the first time ever heard this. They all told me they did not come back. Because the Lord night war is a food desert. What the hell of food desert was so. I called up the US Department. Agriculture is it. That's a lack of grocery store within a three to five mile radius of a certain area especially. Since they're not going to do anything about it I am. I drove up and down a little night ward and I came across this building on caffeine in Galveston and it was a horrible and they have no roof up there. They have no walls. It was it was bad. Good Katrina debris was up to this high to smells. It was. It was horrible some walking out to the and everybody else. It was just a regular building to me. I sharpen a saw grocery store. I merely ran to my house at Grab Kisha a half a small wife and I brought it back to the store and I said Kisha. I want to open up a grocery store. We don't have any. I want to do something about it. She looked around. It should say yes. I was extremely happy so I ran. It grabbed my mom's I brought my mom's over that exact same thing I told my wife. My Mama Sadie hail. No I brought France over the all told me no but to me when someone tell me. No that's not a limitation on me that's a limitation. I decided to do it anyway. So Kishi now. We work every day. We're scrubbing the walls. We got rid of older Katrina debris all the mode and mutable was putting up windows. Which just going at it. We worked for about two years straight then. One day we showed up and had this big old earn note on the side of the building and grafted and code enforcement. Fine from the city of New Orleans. Saints GonNa give me a seventeen thousand dollar fine because the building wasn't incompliance needs to say I was angry. I was I was I was totally living. I was pissed off because I'm trying my best to open up a grocery store and everywhere else in his city. Everybody's poring everybody's Party and Bourbon Street. Everybody's good to go but not us in a little night ward so I decided to fight a went to court. Army took us a whole year and economy told us know if you don't be defined take your building on we're gonNA take building and I didn't know what to do at that time Mitch. Landrieu was mayor. He had open forum for anybody to come in. Talk to him. So Sane. This long long long line I was in a back of the line and they had people up there complaining about. Oh kinds of stupid things. One lady was complaining to Media Katrina. Mosquitoes air all kinds of Anglesey. I got a real problem so so by the time I got up to the microphone. That woulda mayor's going on and it was gonNA tell me to shut up or go home. I get out or whatever but I told them merits it sir. My name is Pernell Katelyn. I WANNA open up the first and only grocery store in the Lord night to whole crowd went rowdy cheered me on. Everybody was happy by but wait. There's more win in my front pocket and pulled out define they can't go any further because you slapped me with a seventeen thousand dollar fine. How can I finish living my dream but opened up the first grocery store and have to pay this fine? They booed him bad. I felt I felt bad for so sort of mayor. Called me up to him and he. Now give me a chance. I promise you I promise you I will take care of you so he held a saying now to help my handouts it. Sir. Please don't let this be a political promise. Please mean this year he said. Trust me out so I went back to work. I check that same spot everyday for two weeks. Nothing but if finally came into meal Mayor Mich Landrieu on. It is promise and open them later. Rate all the fires was forgiven. It was like Mardi gras my birthday and Christmas. All at the saints. I was so happy so we fast forward about three..

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"burnell" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"burnell" Discussed on The Moth

"Of our moth storytellers. Bruce Feiler. It's called Council of DADS and it's based on Bruce's book of the same title years ago. Bruce was diagnosed with cancer and he was worried about his daughters growing up without his help. And Advice Bruce and his wife recruited some Bruce's best male friends to act as a quote council of to be father figures to his children. Should Bruce on the TV show council of DADS is a fictional version of the story and follows a group of friends. Is they all step into the role of father for a friend's five children? It's a beautiful story of everlasting friendship and the ways in which communities come together in times of Crisis Council of DADS debuts on NBC. On Tuesday March tenth at ten pm welcomed at the moth podcast. I'm your host this week. Sarah Austin Genus. We know times are rough right now and we hope that you find some comfort in these moths stories so this week we have a story of Hope We Produce Mothman stages all around the world. We always have one or two local storytellers and each show last year. When we were in New Orleans we reached out to Burnell Kotlin to tell a story he was born and raised in the lower ninth ward of New Orleans. You'll hear more from Brunell after his story. But here's a little introduction. I had a beautiful childhood. The Laura Knight would hit everything in here before. Katrina was fun. We had swimming. Pools PARKS ONE DECAPA family. Everybody knew everybody I had. I had a ball. The lower ninth ward was hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina in two thousand and five and so many years later they're still rebuilding. Here's Burnell Kotlin live.

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Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

"The the the last chief little churches over White year are three justice House suing economic weeks will governor lead ago to the sue adviser CNN Gavin the city Larry Newsom anchor of Chicago announced Kudlow and that other he claiming California got says ill he he was expects from the officials victim the new coronavirus the of way a saying for malicious businesses the state prosecution then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home but orders now a got federal will to be prevent it for judge and the them spread now has of to the a virus beaten week advertise later down violate Christina that to effort the the public first Cuomo this amendment writes all stems about on Instagram right their from safety the former to freedom that empire measures the couple's of religion actress teenage he claimed says and son that the assembly he was White beaten House Mario is by considering two but district men has judge who tested liability looked Hey suse positive a noose Burnell protection around for coke says his for with neck he nineteen employers and will uttered reject racist their in mom request and case says anti workers in her gay for post slurs or a restraining customers her heart Chicago hurts order do fall police more he says sick than determined our the heads government's the attack these a emergency Harvard days was because staged University powers her son professor in is during that sick small of health the that she corona policy says was one charged virus benefit Dr with outbreak is making Robert that a because false Blendon outweigh report Merial says has history the no what city sense with in sued normal the sars of taste times some outbreak of that or for smell the would cost has be of shown the investigation she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him and to it was rights eat the even actor's healthy months foods many countersuit for churches people that to have he feel otherwise that been confident has holding now wouldn't online even been resuming rejected touch services normal meanwhile I'm activities Oscar both and California mom wells Gabriel and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

"The the the last chief little churches over White year are three justice House suing economic weeks will governor lead ago to the sue adviser CNN Gavin the city Larry Newsom anchor of Chicago announced Kudlow and that other he claiming California got says ill he he was expects from the officials victim the new coronavirus the of way a saying for malicious businesses the state prosecution then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home but orders now a got federal will to be prevent it for judge and the them spread now has of to the a virus beaten week advertise later down violate Christina that to effort the the public first Cuomo this amendment writes all stems about on Instagram right their from safety the former to freedom that empire measures the couple's of religion actress teenage he claimed says and son that the assembly he was White beaten House Mario is by considering two but district men has judge who tested liability looked Hey suse positive a noose Burnell protection around for coke says his for with neck he nineteen employers and will uttered reject racist their in mom request and case says anti workers in her gay for post slurs or a restraining customers her heart Chicago hurts order do fall police more he says sick than determined our the heads government's the attack these a emergency Harvard days was because staged University powers her son professor in is during that sick small of health the that she corona policy says was one charged virus benefit Dr with outbreak is making Robert that a because false Blendon outweigh report Merial says has history the no what city sense with in sued normal the sars of taste times some outbreak of that or for smell the would cost has be of shown the investigation she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him and to it was rights eat the even actor's healthy months foods many countersuit for churches people that to have he feel otherwise that been confident has holding now wouldn't online even been resuming rejected touch services normal meanwhile I'm activities Oscar both and California mom wells Gabriel and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Former "Empire" actor's suit against Chicago PD dismissed

"The the the last chief little churches over White year are three justice House suing economic weeks will governor lead ago to the sue adviser CNN Gavin the city Larry Newsom anchor of Chicago announced Kudlow and that other he claiming California got says ill he he was expects from the officials victim the new coronavirus the of way a saying for malicious businesses the state prosecution then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home but orders now a got federal will to be prevent it for judge and the them spread now has of to the a virus beaten week advertise later down violate Christina that to effort the the public first Cuomo this amendment writes all stems about on Instagram right their from safety the former to freedom that empire measures the couple's of religion actress teenage he claimed says and son that the assembly he was White beaten House Mario is by considering two but district men has judge who tested liability looked Hey suse positive a noose Burnell protection around for coke says his for with neck he nineteen employers and will uttered reject racist their in mom request and case says anti workers in her gay for post slurs or a restraining customers her heart Chicago hurts order do fall police more he says sick than determined our the heads government's the attack these a emergency Harvard days was because staged University powers her son professor in is during that sick small of health the that she corona policy says was one charged virus benefit Dr with outbreak is making Robert that a because false Blendon outweigh report Merial says has history the no what city sense with in sued normal the sars of taste times some outbreak of that or for smell the would cost has be of shown the investigation she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him and to it was rights eat the even actor's healthy months foods many countersuit for churches people that to have he feel otherwise that been confident has holding now wouldn't online even been resuming rejected touch services normal meanwhile I'm activities Oscar both and California mom wells Gabriel and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

"The the the chief little churches over White are three House suing economic weeks governor ago the adviser CNN Gavin Larry Newsom anchor announced Kudlow and that other he California got says ill he expects from officials the new coronavirus the way saying for businesses the state then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home orders got will to be prevent it for and the them spread now of to the a virus week advertise later violate Christina to the the public first Cuomo amendment writes about on Instagram right their safety to freedom that measures the couple's of religion teenage he says and son the assembly White House Mario is considering but district has judge tested liability Hey suse positive Burnell protection for coke says for with he nineteen employers will reject their in mom request case says workers in her for post or a restraining customers her heart hurts order do fall more he says sick than our the heads government's these a emergency Harvard days because University powers her son professor is during sick of health the she corona policy says one virus benefit Dr outbreak is Robert that because Blendon outweigh Merial says has history no what sense with in normal the sars of taste times outbreak or smell would has be shown she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him to rights eat even healthy months foods many for churches people that to have he feel otherwise been confident holding wouldn't online even resuming touch services normal meanwhile activities both and California mom and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

"The the the chief little churches over White are three House suing economic weeks governor ago the adviser CNN Gavin Larry Newsom anchor announced Kudlow and that other he California got says ill he expects from officials the new coronavirus the way saying for businesses the state then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home orders got will to be prevent it for and the them spread now of to the a virus week advertise later violate Christina to the the public first Cuomo amendment writes about on Instagram right their safety to freedom that measures the couple's of religion teenage he says and son the assembly White House Mario is considering but district has judge tested liability Hey suse positive Burnell protection for coke says for with he nineteen employers will reject their in mom request case says workers in her for post or a restraining customers her heart hurts order do fall more he says sick than our the heads government's these a emergency Harvard days because University powers her son professor is during sick of health the she corona policy says one virus benefit Dr outbreak is Robert that because Blendon outweigh Merial says has history no what sense with in normal the sars of taste times outbreak or smell would has be shown she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him to rights eat even healthy months foods many for churches people that to have he feel otherwise been confident holding wouldn't online even resuming touch services normal meanwhile activities both and California mom and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

"The the the chief little churches over White are three House suing economic weeks governor ago the adviser CNN Gavin Larry Newsom anchor announced Kudlow and that other he California got says ill he expects from officials the new coronavirus the way saying for businesses the state then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home orders got will to be prevent it for and the them spread now of to the a virus week advertise later violate Christina to the the public first Cuomo amendment writes about on Instagram right their safety to freedom that measures the couple's of religion teenage he says and son the assembly White House Mario is considering but district has judge tested liability Hey suse positive Burnell protection for coke says for with he nineteen employers will reject their in mom request case says workers in her for post or a restraining customers her heart hurts order do fall more he says sick than our the heads government's these a emergency Harvard days because University powers her son professor is during sick of health the she corona policy says one virus benefit Dr outbreak is Robert that because Blendon outweigh Merial says has history no what sense with in normal the sars of taste times outbreak or smell would has be shown she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him to rights eat even healthy months foods many for churches people that to have he feel otherwise been confident holding wouldn't online even resuming touch services normal meanwhile activities both and California mom and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Chris Cuomo's son has COVID-19

"The the the chief little churches over White are three House suing economic weeks governor ago the adviser CNN Gavin Larry Newsom anchor announced Kudlow and that other he California got says ill he expects from officials the new coronavirus the way saying for businesses the state then to his bring stay wife back Cristina at customers home orders got will to be prevent it for and the them spread now of to the a virus week advertise later violate Christina to the the public first Cuomo amendment writes about on Instagram right their safety to freedom that measures the couple's of religion teenage he says and son the assembly White House Mario is considering but district has judge tested liability Hey suse positive Burnell protection for coke says for with he nineteen employers will reject their in mom request case says workers in her for post or a restraining customers her heart hurts order do fall more he says sick than our the heads government's these a emergency Harvard days because University powers her son professor is during sick of health the she corona policy says one virus benefit Dr outbreak is Robert that because Blendon outweigh Merial says has history no what sense with in normal the sars of taste times outbreak or smell would has be shown she constitutional it could is take getting weeks him to rights eat even healthy months foods many for churches people that to have he feel otherwise been confident holding wouldn't online even resuming touch services normal meanwhile activities both and California mom and dad does officials are allow out driving of have quarantine already warned gatherings that I'm masks Oscar as wells gloves long Gabriel as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

White Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow California White House Professor Robert Blendon Harvard University Sars Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash
Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

White Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow California White House Professor Robert Blendon Harvard University Sars Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Wash
Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

"A federal judge says he will deny a bed by three southern California churches to hold in person church services during the pandemic the churches are suing governor Gavin Newsom and other California officials saying the state stay at home orders to prevent the spread of the virus violate the first amendment right to freedom of religion and assembly but district judge Hey suse Burnell says he will reject their request for a restraining order he says the government's emergency powers during the corona virus outbreak outweigh what in normal times would be constitutional rights many churches have been holding online services and California does allow driving gatherings as long as congregants don't have personal contact I'm Jackie Quinn

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US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

"The churches are suing governor Gavin Newsom and other California officials saying the state stay at home orders to prevent the spread of the virus violate the first amendment right to freedom of religion and assembly but district judge Hey suse Burnell says he will reject their request for a restraining order he says the government's emergency powers during the corona virus outbreak outweigh what in normal times would be constitutional rights many churches have been holding online services and California does allow driving gatherings as long as congregants don't have personal contact I'm Jackie Quinn

Gavin Newsom California Jackie Quinn Suse Burnell
US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

US judge denies bid to open California churches in pandemic

"The churches are suing governor Gavin Newsom and other California officials saying the state stay at home orders to prevent the spread of the virus violate the first amendment right to freedom of religion and assembly but district judge Hey suse Burnell says he will reject their request for a restraining order he says the government's emergency powers during the corona virus outbreak outweigh what in normal times would be constitutional rights many churches have been holding online services and California does allow driving gatherings as long as congregants don't have personal contact I'm Jackie Quinn

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"burnell" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"burnell" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"On the morning of February Fifth Nineteen Nineteen Twenty one eight year old. Frida Burnell left her home in Aber to Larry Whales to run an errand for her father. She never returned turned. My guest hosts Amanda Kenyon and Lucy are going to take over from here to discuss the details of the investigation into Freitas's disappearance. Thanks thanks Vanessa. So around ten. Am that morning. Fred Burnell fritos. Father began to grow concerned the Aaron he'd sent her on taking all of ten minutes and win. Nearly an hour came and went not took to the streets to look for her. He searched the entire morning but there was no sign of Freda. Fred began to panic his daughter. His little girl was gone. Fred alerted the town crier. Who made a village wide announcement notifying citizens of fritos disappearance that afternoon? Police set out to find the girl pull. Dozens of townspeople joined. The officials forming a massive search party that day they come the village and traverse the wooded hillsides hillsides when darkness fell there lamps could be seen flickering from the surrounding mountains by the next morning. After looking long into the night the search party had found no trace of Freda the girl had seemingly disappeared into thin air. A dark reality dawned on the village. Aber tillery something truly horrible had happened to Freda Burnell and soon their worst fears were confirmed after seven. Am on the morning of the sixth a coal oh minor named Edward. Thomas was walking to work out a quiet back lane when he spotted. What looked like a pile of rags but as Thomas drew closer? He realized how wrong he was there. In a crumpled heap was the body of Freda Burnell. She was found only a few hundred yards from her own doorstep. The coroner later reported that Freda had suffered a blow to her head. They also found signs of possible sexual assault but it was the cord still tied around her neck. That made it clear. The young girl had been strangled to death. Someone had brutally attacked and murdered an eight year old child. The people of Aber tillery had a monster in their midst. It's that same day. Two detectives from London Scotland Yard traveled to Aber to Larry to investigate the murder by the following Thursday. They'd received their most convincing. Lead an anonymous source lead them to the storage shed behind mortimer's shop where Freda Frieda had gone on her errand. The morning she disappeared inside they found little fritos handkerchief. Only a few people had a key to a structure including fifteen year old Herald Jones. The last known person to see Frida Burnell alive. The following week the boy was arrested did and charged with her murder. The people of adversary were outraged at the arrest. Jones was known and liked around town. He was smart well-spoken and came from but good family. No one would believe that one of their own still a child himself committed such a vicious act in the months leading up to Harold Jones trial groups of supporters organized the village to protest his innocence and on the day of the proceedings in June of nineteen twenty one. A parade of witnesses took the stand to sing. The boys praises everyone from his father to his school. Headmaster spoke of Jones's good character. Even Mr Mortimer. The shop's owner created a false alibi. To bolster Sir at the boys Defense Jones was eventually acquitted due to a reported lack of evidence and as he emerged from the courthouse. The House the entire town rejoiced crowds swarm Jones singing for. He's a jolly good fellow while they escorted him to a nearby restaurant. They're the teenager stood from a top table and delivered a speech. I thank you all. I do not hold a grudge against the people of adversary for the horrendous ordeal. I have been put through. Some accounts claim that the town council even presented him with a gold watch but their celebrations would only last so long just days after his release another girl eleven year old flory. Little went missing this time. However the body was found in an attic leading from Jones's bedroom her throat had been slit ear to ear? Shortly after Jones confessed to both the murder of flory little and Frieda Burnell but because he was only sixteen at the time he was saved from the gallows instead Jones was sentenced to an adult. Prison is in where he would spend the next twenty years of his life after his release he disappeared into the London streets. Nearly a a century later. Freda Cornell's murder continues to leave. Its tragic mark on Abertillery. The graves of both Frieda and flory remain main. Prominent in the town's cemetery where they're regularly tended to out of respect peril Jones allegedly returned to visit the girls gravesites after his release from prison when other townspeople recognized him. They ran him out of town today. The gravesites serve as an unspoken warning of the horrors neighbors can inflict on neighbors and as a reminder of the young lives that were taken far too soon soon. I'm Vanessa Richardson. Thanks again. Amanda Kenyon and Lucy for joining me. Today thanks Vanessa. Thanks for having a great time. Yeah thank you so much and you can find our show whining crime on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Today in true crime is a podcast. Original you can find more episodes of today's true crime and all other parkas originals for free on spotify. Not only does spotify already. Have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals. Like today in true through crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today in true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today in true the crime in the search bar at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allowed to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram Graham at podcast and twitter at podcast network. We'll be back with the brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime Doc. Today and true crime was created by Max Cotler and is a park cast studios original it is executive produced by Max Cutler. Sound designed Zayn Bhai Trent Williamson with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden Isabella way. Travis Clark and Joel Stein this episode of today in True Crime I'm was written by. Alex Garland with writing assistance by neural Battelle. I'm Vanessa Richardson..

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"burnell" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"burnell" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Eight year old. Frida Burnell sat at the big wooden table for breakfast fest. It was a Saturday as she ate her plate of eggs her father. Fred whistled at the stove. Freda savored did these weekend mornings home from school. She loved watching her father go through his early routine making breakfast preparing food for the chickens all the while whistling sling the same old folk tunes. There was nowhere else. She felt safer than in their warm kitchen. A heavy clang of pot pot snapped Freda from her thoughts. Her father's side frustrated. He just realized they were fresh. Out of poultry grit. He would need some right away if he was going to finish making the chicken feed. He turned to his daughter. would she be a deer and run to mortimer's shop Freda eagerly agreed. She took any chance she could to run an errand going to the store alone. Made her feel so grown up after she'd finished breakfast. Fred Red gave Frida Schilling for a bag of poultry grit and spice and an extra tuppence just for her to keep and if she was quick he told her with a wink he'd give her a whole nother penny. It was a beautiful day for February that year the winter had been mild and is free to walked out her front door instead of biting winds. The Bright Sky greeted her. She practically skipped the few hundred yards to mortimer's when she arrived at the shops. Wide Glass Windows. She paused for a moment to put on her. Most mature air. After smoothing the wrinkles in her coat she walked inside at the counter stood a teenage boy in an apron. Mortimer's Mortimer's shop assistant. He had brown hair and light. Sad is like a hound dog free to recognize him from around the village suddenly i. She felt anxious her grownup act falling apart. She was shy around older boys freedom. Fredo looked down at her feet as she told the boy. Her order one bag of poultry grit and a bag of poultry spice. He grabbed the spice and went searching for the grit. But came back empty-handed he apologized. The shop only had loose grit. No bags were left. Freda looked up at the boy for the first first time to reply but the look on his face made her stop. He was watching her intensely now. His sad drooping is suddenly a sharp and alive. She felt her stomach. Turn in knots and before she could muster up the words again the boy already had a solution Lucien out in the back of the shop. Mr Mortimer had a storage shed. There might be some bags of grid out there. He told her all they had to do was go check. Freda wasn't sure she wanted to go with the boy. She was still shy and she didn't like the way she saw him staring at her but when she looked at him again his smile was warm his is kind so she followed him outside as the boy opened the shed. The door creaked. He Beckoned Freda in when she stepped inside it was dimmed and smelled of must and grain. Then the shed door slammed shut. Submerging them in complete darkness. Freda could here the oh boy breathing as he steps toward her she whimpered pleading. He needed to let her out now please. She had to go home but she'd never make it back.

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"burnell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on WJR 760

"Car in Virginia Burnell sweet pea Whitaker was a pedestrian Sunday night in Virginia beach when he was hit by a car police say the driver remained on scene where Whitaker was pronounced dead the southpaw an Olympic gold medalist winning over two hundred matches as an amateur boxer with ninety one knockouts Joe blow in nineteen eighty four became a world champion in four different weight classes regarded as one of boxing's greatest defensive fighters suite B. became his nickname because he could slip in and out of the pocket really giving an opponent a chance to land a clean shot Burnell sweet pea Whitaker was fifty five I'm Joe Ramsey Jeffrey obscene remains in custody after a federal judge in New York that he needs more time to roll on the issue of bail correspondent Steve Kassebaum reports prosecutors told the judge a search of the safe it Jeffrey have stings home turned up a bogus passport that listed a Saudi Arabia residents along with a pile of cash and dozens of diamonds they said the passport issued in the nineteen eighties has a photo of that spin on it but a different name well they said there's a mysterious lack of financial records they were able to identify over five hundred million dollars in assets his defense team offered to put it at Stevens seventy seven million dollar home as collateral for bail surrender his passport ground his two airplanes and we're an electronic monitoring device while living under house arrest Steve casting down in federal court in Manhattan the trial of a Pittsburgh man who along with his wife is suing the city of Detroit in the west and book Cadillac hotel resumes today WJR jeans vocal has more curry mostly in his wife Chelsea Wagner rested at the hotel back in March eighth they returned to the hotel after attending a concert mostly allegedly got into an argument with the hotel staff which led to the police being called police say most of his wife and tried to interfere in portion officers they were evicting her husband from the hotel police say both appeared have been intoxicated the couple says they were abused and mistreated mostly it's been charged with disorderly conduct Wagner schedule to go on trial in November on a charge of resisting and obstructing police Jeanne Fogel W. J. R. news are Jim reports the nation's largest maker of E. cigarettes is apologizing to parents the US Surgeon General calls each cigarette use among teenagers an epidemic the FDA estimates that three point six million teens use the products services go based jul the nation's vaping products leader has been criticized for marketing on social media that appears to be geared toward a younger audience jul CEO Kevin burns says he cigarettes are marketed toward adults trying to kick the tobacco habit and apologizes to parents on C. N. B. C. if the kids are addicted to the product which was not the company's intent what has been hard at the movies correspondent micrometers has details on the top three films in north American theaters crawl a thriller from paramount debuted in third place with an estimated twelve million and Toy Story four landed in second place with twenty point seven million dollars its fourth weekend in theaters spider man far from home is celebrating another weekend at number one studios on Sunday estimated that the latest addition to the spider man franchise added forty five point three million dollars bringing its domestic total to two hundred seventy four point five million I'm like for me to us checking the market the Dow is down fifteen points the nasdaq.

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"burnell" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Thank you. Bye-bye. By astrophysicist, Jocelyn bell. Brunell was recently awarded a breakthrough prize for her work on pulses pulsars rather and other work as well. We reached MS bell Burnell in bradford-on-avon, England. Joseph Maldonado passage also known as Joe exotic is an eccentric zookeeper and sometime US presidential candidate from Oklahoma, he has made a living breathing, tiger cubs to take around shopping malls in America's mid and southwest for people to pet. Now, he is facing charges for hiring hitmen to kill a woman in Florida. The woman has not been named in court, talk minutes, but Carol Baskin says she was Joe exotics intended target. She runs the animal animal sanctuary, big cat rescue, we return Tampa his basket. We know there has been tension to say the least between you and Joseph melda. Now, though passage for very long time. But did you ever expect to see him indicted for taking out a hit on you? I wasn't. It also prize that he was trying to kill me at noon that for a long time, but I was very surprised that he was actually caught. I was really startled. They were able to gather enough evidence to have the arrest mate because these people are constantly threatening me on social media and in person and through Email texts and everything else, but they've just never gotten caught before. So it was wonderful that the US fish and Wildlife Service and the FBI and attorney office for the western district of Oklahoma and the US marshals service all actually took the seriously and follow through on it. When you say these people who are these people and what kinds of have you had Joe? Exotic is just one of a handful of people that are in this network of backyard breeders and private zero owners who are constantly breeding lion and tiger cubs for use as pay to play props where they charge people twenty dollars to have their picture made for the cub. And so that group of people sees me as a. Threat to their industry because I speak out against that activity and have gotten a lot of undercover footage and photos and video of the abuse that those animals suffer. And I've shared that online. So that is created this target on my head might use the name Joe exotic, which is the the name that mister Melton house passage gives himself. What kinds of threats have you had a has alarmed you the most about what's been posted online about you? The threats that Joe exotic has made online.

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"burnell" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Decades go when professor Jocelyn bell. Burnell was a postgraduate student at Cambridge. She was the first to observe pulsars, but in nineteen seventy four. When a noble prize was awarded for that discovery, only her male colleagues were owners. Now, forty four years later, MS bell Burnell has been awarded a breakthrough prize for her role in that work. And it comes with a prize of three million US dollars, but MS Melbourne is not keeping that reward. She's donating it. We reached Jocelyn bell. Burnell on Bradford on in Bradford on Avon, England professor belt enough of a big congratulations to you on this award. Thank you three million dollars US. You've decided to donate your prize money. What? What is it you hope to do with it? I'm going to make it for any tax. I have to pay to the institute of physics, which is the professional body. See for physicists in the UK on Ireland for them to establish research student ships for minority people in physics and physics, being physics, minority people include women and you should know that there are limits because you as a female scientist encounter them in your own career, didn't you? Yeah, I was one of very few women around in Cambridge. The fuss majority graduates probably about eighty percent. Maybe ninety percents were male at that time and that time being what in the seventies, I believe right sixty sixty. And yet you made this remarkable discovery at the time of what we now call pulsars. Can you tell us the moment that you observe them? What was that moment like for you when you first discovered or I notice something went onto this discovery? Well, I I noticed something quite early on, and that wasn't particularly exciting. It was when I finally managed to get the signal in more detail, and it turned out to be pulses, regular poses the likes of which we had never seen before in radio, astronomy, and what were those pulses there from a star that spinning road. And it hasn't been a radio ways which sweeps on the sky as it spins a bit, like the way lighthouse works. And if the being shines on the earth, we see a flash oppose every time to star spins. How difficult was it for you to detect that? And then actually able to repeat that that experience, what did how rare was that moment? It was a very small normally that I was chasing up. We didn't have much in the way of computers thing. So I was using rows and rows and rows of chart paper, which flowed on depends which produced. We goes on the paper. I'm by the end of the exercise I had over three mile. Paper, five kilometers. A lot of it and this little signal as we were originally recording occupied about five millimeters in every five hundred meters, five minute meters in Hoffa all mature the fact that you were a female scientist that time. Did you have the people have doubts new did? Did you have this same kind of responses, perhaps a male scientists would have? Did you have doubts of in your own work at that time? I certainly had doubt so it was quite over all when I arrived in Cambridge, because on till then I'd been in the north and west of the country, and Cambridge was deep south and very affluent, and civilized and suave. I was quite overrode by all this. And that was one of the reasons I was being very, very Sarah. That's really goes to do good work. While in here, this is serious risks that they're going to throw me out because I'm not breaking off having. Fun to signals. Perhaps the most interesting was the interviews by press newspapers, television. When we announced the discovery, there'd be the two of us, Tony Hewish, my advisor and myself on the press would us Tony Hewish about the astrophysical significance of this discovery. And then they turned to me for what they called the human interest on. They wanted to know my waist bust chest hers. Jerry waste bus than hip sizes are toll. I was many boyfriends I had. It won't describe my hair as Brunetti bloomed tonight or. It was. It was bizarre and it was offensive and the newspaper photographers, we'd asked me to undo some of the buttons of my blues. So I find that extremely difficult, but I felt I wasn't in that position to kick up of. I was stood only a student at to right to ceases graduate and get references. I'm listening to this description description with my jaw open..

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"burnell" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on Twinovation

"So i would definitely like if we you're driving by sea like you wanna you wanna try it out customer as an investor dave dave i don't know dude it's tough it's a little blowed he i think it needs to to shave three hundred million dollar price i will be out as an investor 'cause i i'm going to see a percent of percent of a percentage on this getting mad shit i see two fatal flaws i i think you need to throw wheels in there i think you need to take the snow out of the occasion you basically wanna put wheels on skis and you want rollerblade options or like a snowboard that has wheels on it we we don't heels because you're on a treadmill and i don't think that we're going to keep gravity takes care of that problem as long as it's sloped burnell i'm saying the snow is what your skis work that's why you can well the artificial snow day by soon the tech is there to the real thing i don't know but mike you presented the initial problem it's the how does the snow stay on the treadmill never really got an answer to that does this go stay on the treadmill that's gravity folks flips upside down to read to reenter the treadmill the trabbie the bottom feeds feed so that fresh packed snow so you're saying that there's there's about six to twelve inches being thrown on at the very bottom at the speed at which we're going down would believe so three hundred million dollar price tag sounds a little bit more.

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"burnell" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"burnell" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"If you're feeling burned out in a role that you can honestly say hey i love this work i i am in my dream job i knew this is a dream role this is the role that i was created to fulfill in you're still feeling what we're gonna call generally here as burnell couple things you need to be looking at what are you doing physically in your life if you're falling apart physically which has nothing to do many times with the work unless you're working eighty hours a week what are you doing physically really check yourself if you're exhausted and tired how you sleeping how are you eating how are you exercising then also get the emotional side fatigue emotional fatigue comes from unmet expectations that can result in fear insecurity and that can just eat away at union'soft you emotionally also difficult people in two forms co workers or team members and then leadership you gotta examine that you might be in your sweet spot meaning you're doing the right thing but maybe it's the wrong place because of difficult people or difficult leadership or a unhealthy culture but it comes down the those two things overtired overwhelmed it's why pulled that out if you're overtired you got examine what's going on your physical life if you're overwhelmed let's look at boundaries emotionally and functionally at the office trying to do too much what should you be doing let's get some clear expectations be very very intentional to check yourself when you feel burned out or you might be burned up you might not be you might just be a combination of overtired overwhelmed maybe it's just one more than the other but if you can get to the source of what's causing to be overtired and what's you be overwhelmed you're going to be able to combat this feeling of burnout very important stuff eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number to the phones we go.

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