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"central state hospital" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:49 min | 4 months ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"With our first winter storm, perhaps some accumulating snow Monday night into Tuesday. And along with that a lot of windows Well, so where time here, Tony is not too far away. By the way, have a great Thanksgiving Day tomorrow. Tony, come, Come, Come, Come, Come, Come, Come, Come, come. Just for you. Sorry, ladies. He's taken. Oh, my wife loves that. That's why she married me. Go, go, go! Is that what she married you? Yeah. You don't think the reason that she married you is that you make TV money, But you're out of the house 12 hours a day. I'm working to my own Friday. I think he's glad anyway. E usually work every holiday just about. I've never met Mrs Hollis, but I'm willing to believe she's a pretty shrewd customer. And on it if you think she married you for further gobble noises. Well there plus my funny jokes too. She was my humor, right? Yeah, He tells me, right. She love it. Come, come, Come. Come telling Tony. Tony, Come on. Tony! Tony! Tony! Tony, you don't have to come with you. And 23 year olds married the 80 year olds for love. Of course they did. Of course they are. That's that's Randy Hollis Wish TV meteorologist. You know, I don't even have to do a show. I could just let him go for an hour. Just see what happens. We had already turned off his mike US. He was still listen to get here and we popped it back up because he was doing that We had turned off this like we were moving on. Have a good Thanksgiving by Uh huh. You don't get the feeling that Randy Hollis is pretty lonely. You ever get the feeling that Randy Hollis is what Matt? There's gonna be like in 30 years by Tony 46 degrees in the American Standard Heating Weather Center. The time is eight or nine this hour on 93 WBC is powered by Pierce Jewelers, Carmel's diamond jewelry store. Do you think he's this'll story? Indy star is gruesome, but I'm not sure if I'm a fan of how they phrased it. Tony Katz 93. W I. B C Good morning. So this is the Indiana Medical History Museum, and there's and there's some interesting historical pieces. To medicine and Indianapolis. And they are saying that I am PD knowingly disrupted a cemetery. This during construction. It was a trench. It's a trench for a water line to the facility near the Central State Hospital Cemetery, and it crushed and mangled. That's the quote the remains of three people buried there now central state hospitals, a psychiatric hospital. 1918 48 touch closure and 92. So people were buried around it, and the Indiana Medical History Museum is trying to identify it..

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

10:19 min | 1 year ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"By reason of insanity not guilty Lorena. Bobbitt was found not guilty. Were you surprised? Yes because she did it but yes yes because it was a finding of not guilty by reason of temporary insanity which is so rare so unusual the only thing that makes it not surprising is again it comes back to who is my victim and does the jury like him. Does the jury believe him and the answer to both of those questions is a resounding no okay so just for our listeners. I do want to point out that the jury deliberated for seven hours. They found her not guilty due to insanity causing an irresistible impulse to sexually wound John. Okay that is the summoned substance so then she undergoes a forty five day evaluation by Central State Hospital which was in Virginia and after that she was released so go right so it's not as if she was a mentally ill and they kept her in the hospital for an unknown period of time. Which happens some when I was a prosecutor. One of my first jobs in the office was I was in charge of all. They called in New Jersey. The Kroll patients these ver- everyone in Bergen County New Jersey. Who was found not guilty. By reason of insanity these are people who have killed other people who have done all these different crimes and while they were no longer in car. They're not incarcerated but they're still under the jurisdiction of the judicial system and some were in inpatient programs outpatient programs. They'd have to check in with the judge every other month to see how they were doing but that didn't happen with her because she was fine. It was just in that moment of insanity that that she had so a a great a great result for the defense. Okay so now it's been twenty five years. Vinnie tell me. Do you think because I have a lot of thoughts on this subject. Do you think the verdict would have been different today? No not for her but remember. There were two trials. Okay I think in today's era of me too. I think there would be a greater sense of what rape is and that no means no and that any man or any woman who engages in that activity with someone who has said no can be found guilty so I would think in that first trial. Prosecutors would have a better chance of convicting John Bobby but I think the same result here because this wasn't a a case of hey this didn't happen. This is a case of what was her mental state and. I don't think there's anything happening today. That would harm her as someone who is alleged being sexually abused physically abused over the course of years. That would Make it easier to convict her. Because I think she'd be seen even more as victim today than back then. Well Okay so. This is a good point. You're bringing up was she seen as a victim. Men were mostly on his side. Okay and I thought that women would naturally beyond her side but forty five years ago twenty. Five years ago I thought every woman would-be on her side or was but no in fact when I did a lot of research on what was going on at the time and it sounds like working class. Women were on her side but intellectuals and activists who call themselves feminists were not on her side. In fact there was a woman Susan. Okay so she was a ucla. Law Professor and the Campaign Manager for Michael Dukakis was remember. Yeah I'm older than you so okay so you know what she said. That Lorena Bobbitt is a criminal. She's not a feminist heroine and she said those who flocks to the defense of Lorena Bobbitt. Were doing a disservice a disservice to battered women. Why would you not be on her side because of the violence because of the Violent Act? Okay are there. Are there other ways to respond to that? Is there a way to get away their way to go down and sign a complaint against him? Oh God complained. What is that going to do in the middle of the night when somebody's raping you? Listen vinnie person in the apartment that night by the way yes friendly. Tell his friend was. He's the one who drove John. Bobby who hospital that. I don't know what he's doing during all of this. That's a that's a great question. I don't know with all this screaming and everything else going on so he was also drinking though. So you've been passed out drinking buddy right drinking buddy but you know what listen. I'm going to be honest. This is not fair that people are criticizing her for being violent. When what else was she supposed to do? And I think in today's world it would have been different absolute been. I'll get back to if it happened in the moment of the attack or just after the attack I might be with you because it's it's more self defense but again there's this he's passed out drunk. He's at that point and now she's acting out either through insanity or through revenge the question is would the feminist have been with her now. I then back then if she did it in in the heat of the moment right when it happened right after the you think they would have been more on her side. Okay I just WANNA point one other thing and this happened after the verdicts the president and vice president of the women's Freedom Network in Washington DC. They wrote a letter to The New York Times editor. And these women read assignment and Kathy Young. And they said spousal abuse was not an excuse for legalized revenge. Okay so he did not believe her defense here. Here's here's where I think things would be different today. Social Media and I think it would have created this incredible divide in our country that everyone knew about this case back then but everybody wasn't exchanging their opinions on it and you know how today it's all about politics this all would have been about John Bobbitt's penis and people would have chosen sides and you're either with them or you with her and I and I think the fight on Social Media. If this happened today would have been To the extent that we're fighting about politics but it would wouldn't have been Democrat Republican. It would have been us against you guys so it would have been gender division. I believe for the most part there would have been. Exceptions would have been exceptions. But I think it would have created this incredible incredible divide. I just want to point out something also in all of this discussion because there were these let's say intellectual maybe more educated feminist. That's a good way to put it through the more educated feminists were saying okay. This is not a justification for violence in essence right but the problem was no one was saying how she could have gotten out of there. They're saying okay. Don't commit violence Call the police report it. Whatever but again look at this woman. She's a young woman she was. What at the time around. I think twenty four when the incident took place right. So she's yeah so she's she's young she. I believe was a green card holder right. That's where they had to get married so I don't think she was a citizen yourself. Not She wasn't making enough money she was working at the Nail Salon or she yes. She was doing something like that so she didn't have the means. So you have to really look at women in that position. Who and there's so many women like that in this world who are getting beat up who don't have parents or siblings or money or means or education or opportunity to get out and nobody talked about it that people are criticizing what she did being violent but then give me an alternative. Tell me how am I supposed to get out? And no one did call nine one one when he's passed out drunk. That's the answer for that night. You know there's another part of this. Because and we've we've done some of the punchier right and I'm comfortable doing those. Because of the life John Bobbitt has led and it's always about him however I think if this same thing happened today I think the late night comics would have to take a moment to pause before they started with the with the with the jokes and the reason being. You don't posit anything they do they do they do because I think it would be dangerous. I go tell your now joking about a situation where woman is alleging that she has been raped okay and you turned a the rape of a woman into a late night joke. How's that GONNA play on twitter? I withdraw my earlier statement counselor. You're right you're absolutely right because in this climate Jimmy. Kimmel wouldn't be able to joke about this. Not Not now. No you're in the climate of Metoo and political correctness and increase sensitivity towards women. You're absolutely right. They made jokes about him. She's alleging she's been raped and I think that's how it all ties together but I think at the end of the day. Though she's found not guilty he's found not guilty and they go on with their lives on the hot mess express. What a story. What a story of any it certainly was. It was so folks. If you feel like trials in cases like this you can watch us because we're on television on on the television. Yeah you can get a digital antenna. Make sure you SCAN IT REESE GANIC GET US. And we'll be delivering justice for you each and every day and of course every week here on the podcast put now. It's time to go. It's time to go. Thank you so much for listening. I don't want to cut it short but we gotta go. This podcast is a production of court. Tv COULD COURT TV DOT COM for more content trials on demand and to find out how to watch not in your area..

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Not Guilty

Not Guilty

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Not Guilty

"Hi I'm leany. Hops and this is crimes of passion. Apar- cast original. The legal definition of a crime of passion is violent crime that occurs in the throes of extreme emotion leaving no time to reflect on the consequences but in this show we explore how the passions of our relationships sometimes lead us to criminal activity out does a husband and wife become killer and victim or killer and co-conspirator if there's a thin line between love and hate what manipulates our relationships into deadly results at podcast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network? And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help. We also now have merchandise had depar- cast dot com slash march for more information the infamous marriage of John and Lorena Bobbitt may seem like a relic of the nineteen nineties but their volatile relationship ignited debates sexual assault individual privacy the cult of celebrity and the sensationalization of the news media more than twenty five years later these issues remain at the forefront public discourse making the Bobbitt story as timely as ever last week we covered how twenty four year old Lorena Bobbitt caught off her husband John's penis after he sexually assaulted her twenty six year old. John Wayne Bobbitt was trying for marital sexual assaults and found not guilty. Lorraina was tried for militias wounding. She was also found not guilty. By reason of insanity in our final episode on the BOBBITT's will explore how John Lorraine's lives diverged after these trials. How each responded to their newfound notoriety and how they fared when the spotlight faded when twenty five year old Lorena Bobbitt heard. The jury declare her not guilty. She was thrilled but her relief faded when she realized that she still faced an alarming future. Under Virginia Law all defendants found not guilty by reason of insanity more automatically sent to a maximum security mental hospital for mandatory forty five day evaluation period immediately after her trial in January of Nineteen ninety-four. Lorraina was transferred to Central State Hospital in Petersburg Virginia prison-like facility that housed over five hundred patients. Some had been committed there for years. Llerena new idea when she would be released that would depend on the conclusion. Her doctors reached after forty five days. If they felt she wasn't ready for released after the evaluation period she would likely be committed for an additional six month term. If she still wasn't ready after that her term could be extended indefinitely despite the fact that Lorraina was institutionalized. Many members of the public felt that she had gotten off lightly. Her case sparked debates about the use of an insanity plea in criminal trials before. I continue with Lorraina psychology. Please note I am not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist but I have done a lot of research for the show though. The insanity defense is controversial. It is used in less than one percent of criminal cases. Juries are often sceptical of such claims. An American Psychiatric Association study revealed that in those cases where the insanity defense is invoked. It is successful just twenty five percent of the time. Lorena Bobbitt case represented one of those rare instances where the jury agreed with the plea celebrity defense attorney Alan Dershowitz Camarena's insanity defense a cop-out and an excuse to deny responsibility and justify revenge. He dismissed the idea that John's abusive behavior could have driven. Lorraina to snap. He evidently did not give credence to psychological studies. Showing how years of abuse King Condition. Women to stay with their abusers. Instead Dershowitz claimed she could have left Georgetown Law. Professor Paul Rothstein Echo Dershowitz his sentiments musing that too much compassion by a jury could appear to condone criminal behavior while legal experts and media personalities attacked marinas character. She struggled under the weight of constant scrutiny. Many people thought that the public would quickly lose interest in the BOBBITT's after the end of their trials. One Washington Post columnist wrote. It's hard to believe the public wants to hear an awful lot more about the case. Unfortunately this was not true. At least not at first the media did not withdraw from the story even as Lorraina underwent treatment at the State Mental Health Facility. Hospital staff leader talked about helicopters flying over the hospital grounds during recreation time. Trying to gather footage of lorraina outside media personality sent notes and flowers to the facility hoping she would agree to an interview. Lorraina ignored these requests and tried to focus on her therapy lorraine recall that she was frightened during her time at the hospital. She said I was fighting all kinds of bad memories. I felt that I was hunted by my husband art of her treatment involved talking through these traumatic memories slowly. She became less fearful. She said the more I talked. I wanted to talk. Even more and more Llerena spent most of her marriage to John. Feeling isolated and degraded but discussing. Her trauma helped her to process what happened. According to the research of Dr Curious about from the University of Sega and Hungary talk therapy not only eases symptoms of ptsd but it can alter the physical biology of people suffering from PTSD symptoms. Doctors abode study measured activity in the hippocampus an area of the brain associated with learning and emotions. The hippocampus helps regulate the body stress and relaxation responses and is also connected to a person self esteem optimism and happiness. Some studies have found that people with severe chronic cases of PTSD have a smaller hippocampus than average but doctors abodes. Research showed that people who participated in twelve weeks of talk therapy experience structural changes in the brain that increase the size of the hippocampus. A larger hippocampus correlates with better self esteem and physical well-being. Lorena said that talking about the abuse made her realize that as bad as her marriage was she had survived. It having already lived through a nightmare. She felt more confident to face the obstacles ahead of her over the next few weeks. Lorraina state-appointed doctors reported that she was responding positively to her therapy on February. Twenty fifth in one thousand nine hundred eighty four five weeks after the end of Laurynas trial. Her psychiatrist sent a recommendation to the judge that she be released from the hospital. He felt that she would benefit from outpatient. Care three days later. Llerena attended a hearing at the Prince William Circuit Court. She was anxious to see whether the judge would agree with doctors. Determination Lorraina could hardly breathe as she sat through her hearing. It wasn't long just twenty five minutes but she had been counting down every single day of her. Stay in the hospital and time seemed to pass excruciatingly slowly. All she wanted was for her life to be her own again she could handle the jokes and the people calling her crazy if only she had her freedom part of her couldn't help but fear. What would happen when she was freed? She wondered if she would ever have the thing. She dreamed up a loving husband children or a place that felt like a real home but she tried to put those thoughts out of her mind. Arena was sure that her life ahead would be full of uncertainties and struggles her challenge for the moment was just to get through the hearing the Circuit Court Judge Determined that. Lorena did not pose a threat to herself or the public and granted her release as a condition of her release. She had to continue treatment with a private therapist and provide the court regular updates. She was also required to stay in Virginia. She was not permitted to travel even to Venezuela to visit family members without the court's Permission. Lorraina didn't seem phased by these restrictions. She was just relieved to be out of the hospital. She gave a brief press conference outside the courthouse thanking everyone who sent her letters of support and words of encouragement. She told journalists that she looked forward to continuing the healing process. Kerr behavior showed how much he had changed. Since starting therapy Washington Post reporters noted that she displayed an upbeat attitude. They wrote that. Lorena gave no hint of the mousy withdrawn demeanor. She exhibited in January afterward. She went to stay with family friends. The CASTROS who had taken her in when she first emigrated to the US from Venezuela after an eight month ordeal twenty five year old Lorraina Bobbitt oath that she could finally settle into a more ordinary life.

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Cults

Cults

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Cults

"That clip from crimes of passion. Llerena Bob. It's used a defense of irresistible impulse to justify her crime. In order for this to succeed they had to prove to separate things. First that the Raina suffered from battered women syndrome. Due to John's years of abuse and to that she was mentally and physically unable to control herself from committing the act they were successful on both counts. The jury Lorraina not guilty by reason of insanity which meant she could not have been held liable for her actions. She spent forty five days at Central State Hospital and it was released criminal lawyers continue to use battered woman syndrome but it remains controversial for one thing it lacks a standard medical definition that can guide evaluations and testimony. For this reason. It's a tricky to know how a jury will respond. It's never a slam dunk for defense attorneys. Sometimes it's not the lawyer who comes up with a brilliant defense. It's the person on trial coming up. We'll see how the accused can influence their own defense listeners. We have some very exciting news. The launch of our new podcast series supernatural with Ashley. Flowers has been a huge success. And none of that would have been possible without you. So thank you for tuning in if you haven't had a chance to listen yet. I highly recommend you head over to the supernatural with Ashley. Flowers feed and subscribe today every Wednesday. Ashley Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery or the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional. Here's what's been happening so far or the deaths of two Brazilian men are result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during a camping trip in Maine sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations and who and what were responsible for the unexplained death of Australia's Somerton man dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry involved in the case. Each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences. Just what I think. I found my favorite episode. I listened to the next one and I can't decide so I hope you enjoyed as much as I do. Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify or every. Get Your podcasts. Now back to the show. As we've covered there many tactics that defendants and attorneys can use to appeal to a jury sometimes. Those arguments are more about emotion than logic in our next clip from podcast original female criminals. We'll take a look at Ticha. One of the first people accused in the Salem witch trials of Sixteen Ninety two and sixteen ninety. Three Ticha at enslaved woman confessed understand that she had participated in witchcraft. But like Lorena Bobbitt. She set her actions. Were out of control when she entered the courtroom. Tissue is were downcast. She wasn't defiant like the to Sarah's yet as the magistrates began to question her tits. Uba denied any knowledge of witchcraft. In a quiet strong voice. She insisted she had no involvement with evil spirits and she didn't know who'd hurt the girls. In the Galley Reverend Parris glowered simultaneously. The four afflicted girls resumed convulsing and howling in pain. Just as they had been good and Osborne denied the charges against them. Ticha knew what was expected of her. She was supposed to be the star witness in the case the night before. The Reverend ordered her to confess to witchcraft. If she didn't she would probably be convicted anyway and severely beaten by her enslave. If she confessed at least she'd be back in Paris's good graces tissue Ba- met his is again. He might not be on good terms with the village council but his power as the communities reverend was still sufficient to allow him to visit tissue but in jail whenever he desired he could beat and torture her if she refused to confess and nobody would say a Word Magistrate Hath Orn asked again who had hurt the children. Paris leaned forward in his chair with a heavy heart. Tissue replied the devil for ought I know. She told the magistrates that a man with white hair had visited her and ordered her to serve him. He threatened to kill the children if she refused. This was what everyone had been waiting for. The meeting. House fell silent. Even the four sick girls stopped writhing and complaining of pain. They settled back in their seats. Slumping as if Ticha Obas confession had cut their marionette strings. The magistrates demanded more details tissue but eagerly obliged now that she made the decision to confess. The rest came easily. She explained how the man sometimes visited her in the shape of a dog. She described the gifts. He offered her to entice her to serve him. She told the court that Sarah Good and Sarah Osborne had traveled in spectral form to hurt the children. Every night accompanied by two women from Boston. They were very strong and dragged Ticha along with them. They forced her to pinch the girls. She told the court that if she declined to hurt children a gang of spectral. Cats threatened her. Ticha does confession was striking but peppered with uncertainty over and over. She ended sentences with. I think and waited for the magistrates next question to tell her whether or not her guess was correct. Asked to describe the devils human form. She said a man with white hair I think but if any of the onlookers notice that Ticha appeared to be telling the magistrates whatever they wanted to hear nobody said a word of course. It was what they wanted to hear too. Though the puritan religion didn't include a formal confession ritual they still greatly valued the disclosure of sins followed by reconciliation appreciator. Who Sinned against the community? Often wrote an apology letter and pinned it to a public message board in the meeting house. Generally one who confessed was swiftly forgiven even a contrite sinner claiming to have practiced magic under duress might someday be forgiven but someone who outright denied being a witch without any sign of remorse was just too dangerous to ever absolve. It's remarkable that thibault was the only one of the first three accused witches to realize this. Perhaps it was because she was the last to be questioned or because Reverend Parris had demanded her confession but she was also the only accused which who'd ever observed the puritan religion from an outside perspective. She alone had the ability to truly see the ironies and contradictions in their theology. Viewing Tissue Buzz remarkable confession in this light shows it for what it truly was not capitulation but an act of defiance. She couldn't free herself. She couldn't stop the witch hunt. She couldn't return to her homeland or her people but she could psychologically manipulate her jailers and perhaps in the process save herself from the gallows in that clip from female criminals. Ticha gave a false confession to brilliant effect. Her willingness to confess was seen as on at st by her puritan accusers. Tim later retracted. Her confession saying it was coerced by Reverend Parris. Who beat and tortured her in jail but it spared her life unlike most of the other accused. Which is she was hanged. She stayed in jail until governor. Phipps pardoned prisoners. Blake TICH ABOVE. The subjects of our final club confessed under duress to a crime. They did not commit not only that. They're council in. Some cases did more harm than good defense. Attorney has two jobs. One make sure that their client receives a fair trial and to plant reasonable doubt in the minds of the jury as to their guilt lawyers employee of variety of tactics to do this. One is the cross examination of witnesses but sometimes their line of questioning winds up negatively affecting their own case in our final clip from podcast original. Not Guilty we look at the nineteen ninety trial of the Central Park. Five five black and Latino. Teenagers who were tried and convicted of a brutal rape and assault in Central Park. The five defendants had separate defense counsels and each attorney took a different approach to getting a not guilty verdict for their clients on October. Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety. Only six weeks later letter stood before the jury convened for Corrie and Kevin. Her opening statement laid out basically the same case that she had presented against the other teenagers. She would bring the witnesses from the park that night. Who would describe their attackers and the jury would hear. The boys described those same attacks in their own words. As well as their assault of Tricia Miley Lederer was bolstered. By the fact that she had already won guilty verdicts with this strategy. Not only did. She have practiced from the first case but the other guilty verdict would go a long way in helping her to convince the jury hear. The seed was already planted in their minds throughout letters. Opening statement. Corey was visibly upset. He muttered under his breath..

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Hostage

"That clip from crimes of passion. Llerena Bob. It's used a defense of irresistible impulse to justify her crime. In order for this to succeed they had to prove to separate things. First that the Raina suffered from battered women syndrome. Due to John's years of abuse and to that she was mentally and physically unable to control herself from committing the act they were successful on both counts. The jury Lorraina not guilty by reason of insanity which meant she could not have been held liable for her actions. She spent forty five days at Central State Hospital and it was released criminal lawyers continue to use battered woman syndrome but it remains controversial for one thing it lacks a standard medical definition that can guide evaluations and testimony. For this reason. It's a tricky to know how a jury will respond. It's never a slam dunk for defense attorneys. Sometimes it's not the lawyer who comes up with a brilliant defense. It's the person on trial coming up. We'll see how the accused can influence their own defense. Hi It's Carter. I am happy to announce the launch of our new podcast series supernatural. With Ashley. Flowers has been a great success. It's a show where all very proud of here at podcast and we thank you for listening. If you haven't had a chance to tune in yet I definitely recommend you head over to the supernatural with Ashley. Fires Feed and start following today. Every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional where the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during camping trip in Maine sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident. And who and what were responsible for the unexplained death of Australia's Somerton man dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry involved in the case. Each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences and it's already one of my favorite shows and I hope you check it out. Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the show. As we've covered there are many tactics. That defense attorneys can use to appeal to a jury sometimes. Those arguments are more about emotion than logic in our next clip from podcast original female criminals. We'll take a look at Ticha. One of the first people accused in the Salem witch trials of sixteen ninety two and sixteen ninety-three Ticha at enslaved woman confessed on the stand that she had participated in witchcraft. But like Lorena Bobbitt. She said her actions were out of her control when she entered the courtroom. Tinubu's is were downcast. She wasn't defiant like the to Sarah's yet as the magistrates began to question her. Ticha denied any knowledge of witchcraft. In a quiet strong voice. She insisted she had no involvement with evil spirits and she didn't know who'd hurt the girls. In the Galley Reverend Parris glowered simultaneously. The four afflicted girls resumed convulsing and howling in pain. Just as they had when good and Osborne denied the charges against them. Ticha knew what was expected of her. She was supposed to be the star witness in the case the night before. The Reverend ordered her to confess to witchcraft. If she didn't she would probably be convicted anyway and severely beaten by her enslave. Her if she confessed at least she'd be back in Paris's good graces. Tissue bomb met his is again. He might not be on good terms with the village council but his power as the communities reverend was still sufficient to allow him to visit Ticha in jail whenever he desired. He could beat and torture her if she refused to confess. And nobody would say a word. Magistrate Hath Orn asked again who had hurt the children. Paris leaned forward in his chair with a heavy heart. Tissue Bone replied the devil for ought I know. She told the magistrates that a man with white hair had visited her and ordered her to serve him. He threatened to kill the children if she refused. This was what everyone had been waiting for. The meeting. House fell silent. Even the four sick girls stopped writhing and complaining of pain. They settled back in their seats. Slumping AS IF TICHA BUZZ. Confession had cut their marionette strings. The magistrates demanded more details tissue but eagerly obliged now that she'd made the decision to confess. The rest came easily. She explained how the man sometimes visited her in the shape of a dog. She described the gifts. He offered her to entice her to serve him. She told the court that Sarah Good and Sarah Osborne had traveled in spectral form to hurt the children. Every night accompanied by two women from Boston. They were very strong and dragged Ticha along with them. They forced her to pinch girls. She told the court that if she declined to hurt children a gang of spectral. Cats threatened her TICHA. Confession was striking but peppered with uncertainty over and over. She ended sentences with. I think and waited for the magistrates next question to tell her whether or not her guess was correct. Asked to describe the devils human form. She said a man with white hair I think but if any of the onlookers noticed that ticha appeared to be telling the magistrates whatever they to hear nobody said a word of course. It was what they wanted to hear too. Though the puritan religion didn't include a formal confession ritual they still greatly valued the disclosure of sins followed by reconciliation petitioner. Who'd sinned against the community often wrote an apology letter and pinned it to a public message. Board in the meeting house generally one who confessed was swiftly forgiven even contrite sinner claiming to have practiced magic under duress might someday be forgiven but someone who outright denied being a witch without any sign of remorse was just too dangerous to ever absolve. It's remarkable that Ticha was the only one of the first three accused witches to realize this. Perhaps it was because she was the last to be questioned or because Reverend Parris had demanded her confession but she was also the only accused which who'd ever observed the puritan religion from an outside perspective. She alone had the ability to truly see the ironies and contradictions in their theology. Viewing Tissue Buzz remarkable confession in this light shows it for what it truly was not capitulation but an act of defiance. She couldn't free herself. She couldn't stop the witch hunt. She couldn't return to her homeland or her people but she could psychologically manipulate her jailers and perhaps in the process save herself from the gallows.

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Female Criminals

"That clip from crimes of passion. Llerena Bob. It's used a defense of irresistible impulse to justify her crime. In order for this to succeed they had to prove to separate things. First that the Raina suffered from battered women syndrome. Due to John's years of abuse and to that she was mentally and physically unable to control herself from committing the act they were successful on both counts. The jury Lorena not guilty by reason of insanity which meant she could not have been held liable for her actions. She spent forty five days at Central State Hospital and it was released criminal lawyers continue to use battered woman syndrome but it remains controversial for one thing it lacks a standard medical definition that can guide evaluations and testimony. For this reason. It's a tricky to know how a jury will respond. It's never a slam dunk for defense attorneys. Sometimes it's not the lawyer who comes up with a brilliant defense. It's the person on trial coming up. We'll see how the accused can influence their own defense high listeners. The launch of our new podcast series supernatural with Ashley. Flowers has been an incredible success. Were so happy to welcome to the podcast family and can't thank you enough for checking out the show. If you haven't had a chance to listen yet I highly recommend you head over to the supernatural feed and subscribe today every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime. Mystery or the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional the first episode has been my favorite so far were the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case but you'll also find some other fascinating stories. Did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during a camping trip in Maine. Sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident was Italian. Theoretical Physicist Ettore. A by Arana's disappearance caused by his discovery of time travel or was it something more sinister each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences if you're the kind of person who questions everything you'll love this. Show follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the show. As we've covered there are many tactics. That defendant senators can use to appeal to Jerry sometimes. Those arguments are more about emotion than logic in our next clip from podcast original female criminals. We'll take a look at Ticha. One of the first people accused in the Salem witch trials of Sixteen Ninety two and sixteen ninety. Three Ticha at enslaved woman confessed on the stand that had participated in witchcraft. But like Lorena Bobbitt. She said her actions were out of control when she entered the courtroom. Tissue Bose is downcast. She wasn't defiant like the to Sarah's yet as the magistrates began to question her. Ticha denied any knowledge of witchcraft. In a quiet strong voice. She insisted she had no involvement with evil spirits and she didn't know who'd hurt the girls. In the Galley Reverend Parris glowered simultaneously. The four afflicted girls resumed convulsing and howling in pain. Just as they had when good and Osborne denied the charges against them teach uber knew what was expected of her. She was supposed to be the star witness in the case the night before. The Reverend ordered her to confess to witchcraft. If she didn't she would probably be convicted anyway and severely beaten by her enslave. Her if she confessed at least she'd be back in Paris's good graces tissue Ba- met is again. He might not be on good terms with the village council but his power as the communities reverend was still sufficient to allow him to visit tissue but in jail whenever he desired he could beat and torture her if she refused to confess and nobody would say a Word Magistrate Hath Orn asked again who had hurt the children. Paris leaned forward in his chair with a heavy heart. Tissue replied the devil for ought I know. She told the magistrates that a man with white hair had visited her and ordered her to serve him. He threatened to kill the children if she refused. This was what everyone had been waiting for. The meeting. House fell silent. Even the four sick girls stopped writhing and complaining of pain. They settled back in their seats. Slumping as if Ticha Obas confession had cut their marionette strings. The magistrates demanded more details tissue but eagerly obliged now that she'd made the decision to confess. The rest came easily. She explained how the man sometimes visited her in the shape of dog. She described the gifts. He offered her to entice her to serve him. She told the court that Sarah Good and Sarah Osborne had traveled in spectral form to hurt the children. Every night accompanied by two women from Boston. They were very strong and dragged Ticha along with them. They forced her to pinch the girls. She told the court that if she declined to hurt children a gang of spectral. Cats threatened her. Tissue Bows confession was striking but peppered with uncertainty over and over. She ended sentences with. I think and waited for the magistrates next question to tell her whether or not her guess was correct. Asked to describe the devils human form. She said a man with white hair I think but if any of the onlookers noticed that ticha appeared to be telling the magistrates whatever they wanted to hear nobody said a word of course. It was what they wanted to hear too. Though the puritan religion didn't include a formal confession ritual they still greatly valued the disclosure of sins followed by reconciliation a petitioner who sinned against the community. Often wrote an apology letter and pinned it to a public message. Board in the meeting house. Generally one who confessed was swiftly forgiven even a contrite center claiming to have practiced magic under duress might someday be forgiven but someone who outright denied being a witch without any sign of remorse was just too dangerous to ever absolve. It's remarkable that Ticha was the only one of the first three accused witches to realize this. Perhaps it was because she was the last to be questioned or because Reverend Parris had demanded her confession but she was also the only accused which who'd ever observed the puritan religion from an outside perspective. She alone had the ability to truly see the ironies and contradictions in their theology. Viewing Tissue Buzz remarkable confession. This light shows it for what it truly was not capitulation but an act of defiance. She couldn't free herself. She couldn't stop the witch hunt. She couldn't return to her homeland or her people but she could psychologically manipulate her jailers and perhaps in the process save herself from the gallows.

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Creepify

Creepify

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Creepify

"As Max game was also considered a suspect in several other unsolved cases in Wisconsin including nineteen fifty-three disappearance of Evelyn Hartley Lacrosse Babysitter during questioning county. Sheriff Archie Lee rewarded assaulted gin by banging his head and face into a brick wall. As a result initial confession was ruled admissible. She died of heart failure at age. Forty three in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight four gins trial many. You knew she. Li said he was traumatized by the war against grimes. And this along with the fear of having to testify especially about assaulting gin caused his death one of his friends said he was a victim of Ed Gin as surely as if he had butchered him in nineteen twenty one nineteen fifty seven. Gin was arranged in one count of First Degree Murder County court where he pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. Gin was diagnosed schizophrenia and found mentally incompetent thus unfit for trial. He was sent to the Central State Hospital for the Kimberley Insane. Now the Dodge Correctional Institution a maximum security facility in Wisconsin and later transferred to the Mendota State Hospital and Madison Wisconsin in nineteen sixty eight doctors determined. That game was mentally able to confer with counsel and participate in his defense. Trial began. Nineteen sixty eight and November seven and it lasted one week. Psychiatrist testifying again at told him. They did not know whether the killing of Bernie's warden was intentional or accidental. Gin told him that while he examined a gun in warden store. The gun went off killing warden. Gin testified that after trying a loaded bullet into the rifle discharged. He said he had not aimed the rival warden and did not remember anything else. That happened that morning at the request of the defence against trial was held without a jury would judge Robert Gomer. Presiding game was found guilty by Gomer on November fourteenth. A second trial dealt with gain sanity other testimonies by doctors for the prosecution defence. Gomorrah again not guilty. By reason of Insanity an ordinance him committed to the Central State Hospital for the criminally insane gained spent the rest of his life in a mental hospital. Judge Goma wrote due to prohibitive cost game was tried for only one more murder that of Mrs Warden also admitted to killing Mary Hogan Adkins House at one hundred ninety. Five Acre property were appraised at four thousand seven hundred dollars to nowadays money at forty two thousand dollars. He's possessions were scheduled to be auctioned March thirtieth nine hundred fifty eight amidst rumors that the house and land is student. Might be on a tourist attraction early that morning on March twentieth. The house was destroyed by a fire. Deputy Fire Marshal reported that a rubbish fire had been set. Seventy five feet away from the house by cleaning crew tasked with disposing of trash further. The hot coals were recovered from the spot of the bonfire and from the fire from the bonfires. Location did not travel along the ground in the house are suspected of the cause of the fire was never officially determined. When gin learned of the incident while in detention he shrugged said just as well Ganz Nineteen Forty Nine Ford Sedan. Which he used to haul. The bodies of his victims was sold at public auction for seven hundred and sixty dollars in equivalent money of nowadays of six thousand seven hundred dollars to a carnival sideshow operator bunny. Gibbons Gibbons charged carnival-goers twenty five cent admission to see GIN died at the Mendota Mental Health Institute due to respiratory failure secondary to lung cancer on July twenty sixth nineteen eighty four at the age of seventy seven over the years souvenir seekers ship pieces from his gravestone at the plainfield cemetery until the stone itself was stolen in two thousand is recovered in June. Two thousand one near Seattle and was placed in storage and the county sheriff's department gravesite itself now is unmarked but not unknown. Gin is set between his parents and brother in a cemetery. I hope you enjoy this week on crucified. I hope I struck a nerve or gave you. That feeling is if you're gladys daylight or you're freaked out because as nightfall if you have a creepy store you want me to tell us a segment increased by then send me a DM on twitter story. You've heard of or experienced yourself and I'll read it aloud episodes. Now you can subscribe on Itunes. Google play pod bean or wherever else you listen to your podcast offer free now. If you feel need support my show you can do so my patriotic now. If you're waiting for my next episode drop feel free to check out my podcast host. It's called Luke News L. E. E. W. T. news for an upbeat kind is scary social podcast. But until next episode just remember to stay safe and watch out the darkness..

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"central state hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"She's a she's an activist and she says real man shoot animals with cameras. Yeah. There you go. I get that. Yeah. Thank you. Dr. All right. Thank you. Dr Rashid, Dave. Hi, dave. Thanks to what Darwin was saying. I twenty five enrich gate every day when you exit twenty five southbound go east on rich gate, and you get down into that little low spot you see gold. I mean, bald eagle all the time full grown. You can see their mess up in those Cottonwood trees down on gas like crazy. So they're eating prairie dogs and rabbits, and they're eating whatever they can find because they've been there for years, even before rich gate went in. So how how big would a would have bald the I mean, I guess it varies. But I mean, typically speaking how big would a bald eagle be because this thing I saw honestly was Rick the body. How many what's that? What does that? Right. There is about two feet. That. Two and a half feet tall. Yeah. I mean, what what it looks like to me of like a guy crouching up a ball. Almost sit a on a tree, you know, looks like a small person. Yes. Slotting down. Yeah. I didn't even look like. And then it moved. I'm thinking that whatever that up is up there. Thank you Dave is alive. And then I saw takeoff in it's using the wrong terminology here. But his legs were just dangling down. I'm thinking God is that's got to be an eagle. No, they're so impressed in the wingspan and this thing. Yeah. Jessica gonna join us next on KOA NewsRadio as we wrap up. Our number two. Hi, jeff. Yeah. My ex girlfriend was a vet tech, and I to have my German shepherd neutered and just to be a smart smarty pants. I guess she decided it would be funny to bring his balls home in a bag. Oh is that why she's your ex-girlfriend possibly? I got scared. Intimidation factor. Yeah. Thank you her name lorraina Babatunde. They had a big story Lorena Bobbitt like a couple of weeks ago. I watched that I did to her and John baba today. Yeah. Yeah. What a moron. That dude. Is you could? Then you just feel like there's something missing there with him other is well, yeah. Besides split. They did. So it back on. Yeah. But then work the same way. I don't know. No after that. Wait, wait, wait. He did a porno called Franken Pinas way too much about this. I don't know. Joke. I know our morning show a win that all happened. I think we paid him. Does she go to prison? I don't remember. Uh-huh. Claiming self defense off in the car. I not cut it off in bed got her car and drove through it at the window. Threw it out the window. He it. Yeah. No dogs were eating on ice. She was found not guilty after seven hours of deliberation. Oh, they ruled her insane. Oh, really? So did she go to the some sort of asylum? Forty five days at central state hospital in Petersburg Virginia released. So after you go for forty five days, are you? Are you retrial now that you are a no, that's it? No. Wow. Yeah. I watched that too. It was fascinating. Because I remember having him. We had them in studio. We brought him into town. He did an appearance inside autographs. And I was he he he was he's like, a borderline moron. The guy is there's there's more than just the penis that got caught up in two thousand fourteen he was severely injured when he broke his neck in a vehicular accident in buffalo. Oh, yeah. So that was in fourteen there. There's something wrong with that guy and her two, obviously, you think Lauren. Hi. Hey, guys. What's up? Learn you gotta start. I got a story about eagles and coyotes. I have a farm up in Fort Collins, and there's couple bald eagles nest there right at the edge of the farm, and whenever I cut hay they come over and fly around me and grabbed the pharmacist come run out where after I've cut. Hey, and they grab him. That's pretty cool to watch would be and also I raised goats, and I have Llamas that protected. I'm from coyotes. Llamas. Goats sambas will kill Kyle taking get them. Did they kick it or what do they do? Yeah. They'll kick it and just kick it today. And so a Coyote a Pekka coyotes can't kill a llama. No. Good to know. Really? Thank you. Learn that's hard him pack of coyotes could kill a horse Packer coyotes independent. What how how many in the could probably kill any? I would think so too. I mean, they could take down a deer. A why can they take down a llama? Are tough Rick are they they're having Lama. No, I've done have very little experience with Llamas. Unlike what your next birthday going to chip in together? A friend who owns a llama farm of I'll go half with you. I'll tell you. I'll tell you on the backyard Slama does Lorenzo lamas zone. Allama farm. He should seems like a no brainer. Perfect name. Lorenzo lamas farm. Just one L awesome. Let's get a break here. And we'll keep her going on the other side Lewis and Logan show. KOA NewsRadio tomorrow on Colorado's.

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"central state hospital" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"S our top story the man accused of shooting and killing two people at Jefferson town Kroger yesterday has a history of violence and mental illness. I believe you'd be a danger court records indicate fifty one year old Gregory Bush was accused of assault and domestic violence involving his parents and ex wife he was taken to central state hospital on a mental inquest Warren about ten years ago. Bush is accused of killing sixty nine year old MAURICE Stallard and 67-year-old Vicki Lee Jones. He's being held in jail on five million dollars bond on murder and wanton endangerment. Charges Paul miles NewsRadio eight forty W H A S Jefferson town mayor Bill de told reporters today we again will not let one individual define us in our community. This individual is a person that did a senseless act. We admit that there is speculation that the shooting was racially motivated, the two victims sixty nine year old Marie dollared and 67-year-old. Vicki Lee Jones were both black and investigation into who's been sending suspicious packages to high ranking Democrats has led police to south Florida law enforcement agencies her now deploying additional resources to south Florida to pursue evidence. As they try to track down, whoever sent pipebombs through the US mail. FBI analysts have been examining the undetonated. Vices and ABC news has learned the authorities are chasing promising leads that point to south Florida as the suspected origin. That's ABC's Aaron Katersky. So far police say they've intercepted ten pipe bomb devices as thousands of migrants continue their trek towards the US officials are considering sending nearly a thousand active-duty troops to the southern border. That's in addition to the two thousand national guard troops already at the border Defense Secretary James Mattis still needs to sign off on that order attorney general anti Beshir's office is filing suit against an eighth pharmaceutical company over its contribution to Kentucky's opioid crisis. The lawsuit says the Pennsylvania based Teva company promoted, it's fentanyl based cancer drugs for awfully will use in Kentucky, which directly contributed to the states addiction. Outbreak Teva had the largest amounts of opioids pergram sold in Kentucky over a nearly ten year period..

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"And then this idea of a woman showing interest in her husband that was supposedly crib from this real life Bank teller who had this habit of flirting with Carl dean. So here's Dali puts it. She got this terrible crush on my husband and he just love. Loved going to the Bank because she paid him so much attention. So we're kind of like a running joke between us when I was saying, hell you're spending a lot of time at the Bank. I don't believe we have that kind of money, so it's really an innocent song all around, but it sounds like a dreadful mess. Really funny. Well, we we probably spend all day talking about Dolly's hit songs, but I do want to make sure we cover at least a few, the nonmusical contribution she's made as well. All right. Well, let's do that. But first, let's take a quick break. Will I've got to tell you how stuff works has finally done it and what's that mango? They've lodged a fiction podcast. It's called the control group, and we have to tell our listeners more about it because it's definitely unlike anything house. Two forks has ever done before. Yeah, that's right. Now it's created by filmmaker Brentwood and it's a revisionist radio drama. It definitely sucks the listener into a dark and mysterious world that takes place in the nineteen sixties. Now, this is when psychiatry was trying new and often dangerous methods. So here's the premise. You've got this doctor named Dr Hayes. He's working from central state hospital, and he's been encouraged by this private research group to pioneer new form of mental cleansing or what we know today is brainwashing and when he's confronted by female patient with a criminal past, he sheds his ethical restraints and intensifies these experimental treatments, and it leads to all sorts of dangerous consequences. The control group is based on true phenomena that is illegal and ethically questionable experiments on innocent people. These are depictions of real life events. You won't find in textbooks, and we should definitely point out that this is show for mature listeners only because it contained scenes of realistic violence and sexuality, but it is dark and fascinating, and I really want you to listen to it and you can listen to the control group and even subscribe on apple podcast or wherever you find your favorite shows..

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Germs helping to strengthen your immune system. I'll definitely. But again, these aren't exactly behaviors you want your kids to take up. So who knows how many people actually reap the benefits from this. But you know if pet and a pill ever catches on, maybe there's hope for dirty fingernails in a pill to who knows. Well, I sure hope the hub. To me, it all sounds like those terrible jelly bean flavors, though. Yeah. But you know, there is one way of dealing with allergies that I wanna make sure we cover. But before we do that, let's take another quick break. We'll tell you how stuff works has finally done it. And what's that mango? They've launched a fiction podcast. It's called the control group, and we have to tell our listeners more about it because it's definitely unlike anything house. Two forks has ever done before. Yeah, that's right. Now it's created by filmmaker Brentwood and it's a revisionist radio drama. It definitely sucks the listener into a dark and mysterious world that takes place in the nineteen sixties. Now, this is when psychiatry was trying new and often dangerous methods. So here's the premise. You've got this doctor named Dr Hayes. He's working from central state hospital, and he's been encouraged by this private research group to pioneer new form of mental cleansing or what we know today is brainwashing and when he's confronted by female patient with a criminal past, he sheds his ethical restraints and intensifies these experimental treatments, and it leads to all sorts of dangerous consequences. The control group is based on true phenomena that is illegal and ethically questionable experiments on innocent people. These are depictions of real life events. You won't find in textbooks, and we should definitely point out that this is show for mature. Listeners only because it contained scenes of realistic violence and sexuality, but it is dark and fascinating, and I really want you to listen to it and you can listen to the control group and even subscribe on apple podcast or wherever you find your favorite shows..

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"central state hospital" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"When the hunger for knowledge mutated into a lust for power. At the central state hospital in new Canaan. A doctor is able to manipulate the thoughts and actions of his patients and decides to explore the limits of his newfound power, a patient struggles to defend herself mentally and physically against the harsh treatments to which he is subjected and award. Nurse must choose between her professional duty and her personal sense of Justice. The control group from how stuff works subscribe for free on apple podcasts and never miss an episode. And we're back and so-. Sasha, baron Cohen. The second episode of what is America who is America? Yeah, aired last night. I just read recaps of it because I do not have Showtime, but miles. You watched parts of it. Yeah. I, I use the internet to not pay for Showtime and find ways to watch it. But yes, today's so last week, everybody was getting real hot and bothered by the whole kindergarten segment where like GOP congressmen were like, yeah, arm kids. And basically like there's one dude how you know we, we, we went over that. So this week, the man in the hot seat is Jason Spencer who is a Georgia state Representative. So he works in the state legislature and he seemed like goes, right? Yes, Sam Michaels, John Jason, Spencer. So he just to give you some background, he's had a few. You know, he's he's a little bit of a controversial guy whether it comes standing, Georgia assembly, convened. Couldn't they? Yeah. Like keeping for confederate statues or having like anti, you know, a job or burqa Bill. So here at the beginning of of the segment on this is our who is America. They sort of did a quick greatest hits of sort of Jason Spencer's history in the assembly. My name's Jason Spencer I'm a state Representative in the Georgia general assembly. That's the house of representatives Jason spin through a Republican threaten his formative accredit. Cali of she criticized his support of confederate monuments on Facebook Representative. Jason Spencer says, his Bill is definitely in response to mass terraced house. Bill three would make it a legal for people to conceal their faces in public. Okay. So he likes, you know, we get where he likes fascism the political spectrum. Didn't you also say that one of his opponents would potentially go missing or like has to watch her? That's when he said yet. He intimidated someone for criticizing confederate monument Bill or something. Another woman who was like, maybe confederate monuments aren't a good idea and it was like careful, Mitch. You might go missing which is pathetic in the south. But yes thing with it's actually not history anywhere. Yes, very good point. So suffice to say he's a racist Islam, Afo we, we kind of get it. So Sasha don't cover your face. Bills are also about anti-fascist action because people cover their faces to just not get recorded. So there's a lot of bills like that, not just in Georgia, but all over the place. So you sort of it's like, you know, it's a two for one you get to hit the thing to hit everything. Yeah. So in this one, Sasha baron Cohen dusted off his like ex Mossad, Isreaeli special forces character with the exaggerated face who that's something season that somehow people still look at this and go. That's a, that's a human head fronts. Dick Tracy villain. Then Ezekiel being face. So they face moves. I believe so they started to do some exercises where he was running them through, like what to do if you know how to deter would be kidnapper. And so one of the first ones it's like, yeah, take your clothes off or like, you know, literally shove your ass in someone's face because maybe homophobia is actually a good way to keep yourself safe. So this is just like a quick sound bite of one of the drills they did when he was like, okay, so imagine a guy's got a gun. He's like, you're coming with me. What do you do? And then listen to this thing and picture this man. This state assemblyman with his bare ask out and he's charging Sasha baron Cohen who has a pistol in his hand. You'll me you'll weapon touch you a homosexual. You. Thank God right now. I, what can I tell you that one more time? Many ringtone don't me. You'll weapon touch a homosexual. Thank God right now. Thank Thank you. you. I'll touch you. I'll make you whole sexual drop that gun USA..

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"central state hospital" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Our secret history when the hunger for knowledge mutated into a lust for power at the central state hospital in new canaan a doctor is able to manipulate the thoughts and actions of his patients and decides to explore the limits of his newfound power a patient struggles to defend herself mentally and physically against the harsh treatments to which he is subjected and award nurse must choose between her professional duty and her personal sense of justice the control group from how stuff works subscribe for free on apple podcasts and never miss an episode indoor back but this being sort of a key point in the summer we wanted to check in with the summer of scott pruitt baby he is on back at it again well really we're just finding more and more out so this weekend we got a trove of letters and communications from freedom of information act request i think that the sierra club initiated and they're basically a bunch of love letters to the petro gods like chevron and other various climate change denying earth fuckers pruitt is like writing sweet little nothing's like so good to meet with you like really had a great time and i mean there's nothing really tremendously surprising but it just when you read the letters you're like oh that's exactly how i'd imagine scott pruitt is talking to these people who in most other administrators in the ap epa in years past would have been like not writing shit like this does he write letters to his own stinky mattress sadly no although one of them is written on a mattress tech but we also found out this week that he has to schedules there's a public one that the public obviously that we see that so is his official appointments that he has an another one that's more private where he has his ninety little meet ups with like problematic energy producers or like actual sex crims like cardinal pell who has clergy member who's i think about going to face trial sometime this year for sexual abuse but so he would basically have aids go through his public schedule and be like you'll combet for whatever is going to make me look bad basically 'cause he even knows shit looks bad and yeah i mean i guess normally that would be a problem because that'd be like falsifying records but his twenty eighteen twenty teen scott pruitt's google cow is open season he's hacked he's hacked our brain and then we also found out more because he's still trying to get shorty of job he's got his his all of his assistants full steam ahead trying to get his wife job but for no less than two hundred thousand a year she's not a peasant 'cause we got fucking mortgages on all these houses so yeah he's just demanding like samantha davis was one of his aides she i think in her testimony which was talking to the i think ethics committee who is also ex girlfriend of rob porter who's the one who may or may not have leaked the info of of on rob porter out there because this administration is so fucking messy yes they she was confirming like yeah had to go look at like the association of attorneys general in the us to try and get her a job somewhere got her job but less than two hundred k so you know my hearts are with them you know for all the people struggling out there making less than two hundred thousand are they going to how dollars worth of post meets every month salary stain able cuts two months what do they do the other ten months starve i think so and then along with that they're also really there's this other story about how he just in general is like so cheap he's trying to keep the optics of his spending low so he'll ask like aids to use your personal credit cards.

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Omnibus

"The hunger for knowledge mutated into a lust for power at the central state hospital in new canaan a doctor is able to manipulate the thoughts and actions of his patients and decides to explore the limits of his newfound power a patient struggles to defend herself mentally and physically against the harsh treatments to which he is subjected and award nurse must choose between her professional duty and her personal sense of justice to control group from how stuff works subscribe for free on apple podcasts and never miss an episode the china was run by the qing dynasty at the time and had closed its borders essentially to korea so all these starving farmers in north korea had no place to go again it's not not too different than today except today there are big waves of immigration of people getting into northern china when they can and the russian sar in the eighteen sixties i guess it would have been alexander speaking of alaska decided he would open his borders because this was before the trans siberian railway and eastern russia eastern siberia was essentially uninhabited so to someone not looking at map geographically trying to figure out how russia touches career and actually comes down from the north yeah there's a little finger of russia that comes down the coast but crucially right there is the port the largest port in eastern russia vladivostok which is like a major like and certainly during the cold war was like a big big russian navy port but not then vladivostok didn't even exist before eighteen sixty this was a determined move by the sar to actually create a russian presence on the pacific and certainly hard to that's a hard sell to get people from moscow and saint petersburg to cross idea in a day with no trains and at that time the ethnic residents of that region of russia would have been asian yeah no matic asian peoples pro probably related to the the i knew of northern japan people who historically have not done that well and we don't we don't have their descendants have now been nixed and lost in scattered and assimilated right so alexander's desario genders idea was well let's just invite starving koreans to settle the area and we'll start to get industry and agriculture up there and koreans jumped on the chance and started to move into siberia and later during and they were lucky to have gotten out because then at that point the japanese started the influence korean politics ending an actual occupation and the korean people were such gated for decades and at some point japan nor to staff it's coal mine it took sakhalin island which had been russian north dakota north of the japanese archipelago there were an endless series of disputes over sakhalin island between the russians and the japanese and the control the japanese had over it they wanted the coal right this was a contention at the end of world war two right before the war ended i think right before hiroshimanagasaki russia successfully invaded soccer well you know russia had never declared war against japan during the entire all of world war two and then declared war against japan right at the end in order just to affect this this conquering of that it's like some guy who's never won a ring or whatever like in the eighteenth year of his career trying to get traded to the lakers or something so he can get that ring it was pretty canny on their part and in fact the last battles of world war two were fought between the russians and the japanese even after the armistice because kind of word hadn't gotten out and or at had but the the russian troops were being encouraged to like conquer as much land as you can because that's going to matter to us during the treaties and that's where exactly what happened they took soccer and back and at that point what they got was a bunch of koreans that had been forcibly moved by japan into soccer went to work as forced labor in the coal mine so this is a separate group of koreans from the ones that in the in the what did you say the eighteenth century or nineteenth century tonight the sixties so the group of koreans that that that voluntarily emigrated to russia in the eighteen sixties and now this is a separate group of koreans that were forcibly imported suckling so the first thing is more.

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"central state hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"A video if you have the stomach to watch it i think this is bother people who are not even animal folks there's a there's a group of geese a flock of geese including baby geese the goslings out on route one of all places they got onto route one and they were stuck by that concrete meeting this is around south brunswick if you know that area heading the wrong way against traffic and i guy kane and drove right through and killed like half of them had it was caught on video and the police are looking for this guy take a look at that video and if you know who this guy is if you recognize the car whatnot then there's a phone number to call racks gonna talk about that later on there's that oh there's also something that is claiming that new jersey drivers are among the best in the nation yes do you believe that now somebody's gotta be there's no way i found it hard to believe so there's also that we have jovian here right now ladies and gentlemen joe votes rueda hi what's better seem a little put off better now oh yeah just in the state of shock about the driving test results oh okay so you're springsteen fan right all right did you see bobbi olivier's quiz today now okay you wanna take yeah sure okay oh boy it's the ultimate springsteen quiz welcome to the hardest boss test you'll ever take homeboy once again i didn't tell me he was going to be doing this in which hospital was springsteen born on september twenty third nineteen forty nine in which hospital community medical center tom's river jersey shore university medical center neptune central state hospital freehold monmouth medical center long branch.

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"central state hospital" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Testified that gained had told him that he did not know whether the killing of bernice warden was intentional or accidental told him that while he examined a gun in warden store the gun went off killing were you know ellipse oh died of that again testified that after trying to load a bullet into the rifle discharged you know you i thought he would just he would just randomly putting a bullet in their nose a look like a good place to get his gun ready for some hun uh in the middle of a tower i said he'd not aimed the rival award of course not bouzinac on exit and did not remember anything else that happened that morning you know i i i'm not particularly sure are aimed at upon her i may have i may have just been showing her my gun because i thought it was a modified raffle uh she probably asked to look inside the barrel to to examine it act account out quite recall she may have said oh ed the the safety zone silly just pointed at me and pull the trigger for a nice laugh with both of us i cannot quite recall uh games trial oh tell that a jury judge robert h golmar presided and gain was found guilty by golmar on november fourteen guilty of murder however a second trial dealt with gains sanity and after testimony by doctors for the prosecution and defence golmar ruled gain not guilty by reason of insanity and ordered him committed to central state hospital for the criminal insane so essentially the whole trial is a huge fucking and waste of every with trick time uh like too many trial seem to be interesting note regarding the insanity ruling one psychiatrists said that if anyone was ever crazy it was gain uh agreed a greet the people of plainfield however were outraged they felt like he was faking it ma'am he went to school with them in wasser kids he work with them on their farms it felt like he was only crazy when he wanted to be crazy they also at a they also at a cumulative total of zero mental health series amongst them a saint or not and i think not gain spent the rest of his life in a mental health facility and he appeared to be really really happy there actually for the most part a yet three.

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"central state hospital" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn

The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"central state hospital" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn

"And in those days everybody talked about egging ed giddins was the famous mass murderer on the block the man that psycho was based on gene came from a small town in central wisconsin plainfield wisconsin and not so far away a writer robert block he was there at the time that it was arrested at the end of the 50s and he wrote a novel about him which he call psycho and was adapted into a movie by alfred hitchcock as it turns out one of the greatest movies ever made that was the beginning really of my obsession with talking to mass murderers i interviewed massmurderers in california and then i arranged to interview ed gene i had already graduated from university wisconsin i was in berkeley sorry if this is a terribly roundabout way of telling a story but i went back to his cousin it was the allure of ed giddins i went back to wisconsin and i interviewed him several timeless at central state hospital for the criminally insane in will pond wisconsin and i got bitten by the interview buck something unknown looseleaf fascinating about energy is still fascinating about interviews and if you ask me why i think i could come up with a variety of answers i'm not sure any of them would be true who would really reflect the reason why i do it the and continue to do it even though i complain about it constantly like why am i doing this.

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