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"crown office" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Yes indeed thank you deep voice David we are back with a new friend I'm a fan hopefully she counts me as a friend sooner or later I'm gonna make her change her mind when it comes to my old boss Donald Trump the forty fifth president but in the meantime we have a on a phone connection she's Julia Hartley brewer of talk radio in the U. K. follow her at Julia H. B. one I love how you see it in your bio on Twitter it says you are off to dinner speaker but if your imperial majesty should not be a postprandial speak this is a very good point I'm not yeah I mean frankly if taking the roads in the crown office although I didn't want to I think the reason I started having occupied by a respect for the thing will be thirty one okay thanks insisting on putting that has the preferred pronouns in the in the box the Celtics I'm down I still have a bit of fun with mine and then I did a speech at Oakland university I had a lot of very young was very cross with me and they could put what he defends people then I said what is the Democrats in the battle to the place itself so what the defense people that may not have to change it this something fast she written about you it's that I. N. fist inside that boom in glove and that's why we love you'll stop at let's let's talk about what's going on because I think there's some analogies things happening in the U. K. two here in the U. S. let's let's talk about political correctness and I think it's connected to brexit V. reassertion of the people's will the idea that faceless elites get to decide about the will of the American people or the British people all of that started that that rejection began in seventeen plus million people voting to leave the European Union amongst the UK's voters how are things doing with brexit Julia and do you think when it comes to the broader issues of political correctness that the good guys are winning definitely I have to say that the Brexiters sixteen is still one of the best moments of my life when I wake up to that result I put that up there with the waiting their models of the Boeing that's amazing some of the places people just say I haven't been told reporter he didn't because of the power that did not exist it's a terrible idea whilst keeping the media taken the liberty can races anything any anything basically called a circus the British people in I think what the thought process thank you very much well I'm not the biggest people stop and they fulfilled three to hold it for you we have to fight for the case to to more general elections president of the referendum European elections you were my good friend Nigel follows having to make the point that the the British people who voted for brexit wandering away I'm I think the British people the lights that they could fix their muscles and yeah but the they stop us moving beyond it could be across much one stop it but ultimately we do still live in a democracy and the people want and the people held I don't anticipate news we will not put up with the fighting all will you will do what we said I'm going to go ahead and we finally got away and thirty first of January I was in parliament square you think this sounds old Big Bend balding and make your speech on the stage with the the fireworks going off and it was wonderful I need to send that that that old old of all nations all people power of not letting your class in Brussels tell us what the left is on how you are going to get a treat the next few months according to vice the next few years the brexit and then I think it's amazing featurette what about those who really I mean I was horrified by the level of resistance it wasn't just a we know one political party it was many people in the house of Commons it was the house of lords it was lonely as it was businessmen it was media types other of those people surrender junior or do you have to keep your you know your head on a stick and you know what tools six and make sure that they're not on the mining the will of the people every time we thought we were on the table keep coming back Alexander is coming out of the mix and really are but we we don't take the battle field up to twenty sixteen referendum thinking well okay everyone's going to accept the graphic but it's disabled for that would abide by the day because I believe it was the result they wanted to undertake before Jesus and bureaucrats and civil servants have these lawyers judges everyone along the way and I think we not gonna make that mistake this time bearing on the thirty first of January we did actually legally lead you will actually have to have another referendum to get pick up back in now and business people like victims of that inside St but yeah they'll still people would be trying to see uses a credit card without brexit well we wouldn't have to gauge the Asians who was being transition period the end of this year on new year's eve this year we are supposed to finally start a whole new relationship right now you too that is the same as the world's not required to do it and they're going to fight tooth and nail until the thirty first of December we we we kept up with cuts off food could be kept hostage he kept all of the old and the we'll go to find the true way ready to fight as I have a way to doing Holly bro talk radio in the U. K. last minute laugh we are with you Julia we have Lawrence fox on the show a week ago he was superb in the U. K. are you are you winning the overall war against the political correct count who wish to circumvent and wish to circumscribe your use of certain words I think was beginning to look I think it was beginning to recognize the fact that that is a factor that needs to be for that if you see people on Twitter saying stupid things most people don't think masses but now I think a lot of people realize the disease that should be on the positive verbal fascism but you're trying to take a world language and I think we ought to take away the facts don't come for expanded to become a talking about fake news when someone says to you you know that hi at a trans woman is a woman or a trans man is a man and you know men have periods that men can have babies I would say that you go from there and we and we always encourage whatever treatment people can identify as anything they won't buckle white gold the idea that your children are born with a biological sex which is a leading front bench and the opposition labor party to get two to three weeks get we haven't a moment my I'm willing Orwellian black is white always he this is a life sentence because I need to stand up for what he knows to be true because once you've got the full committee how people can use what you know to be true all those people to be called full George Orwell wrote it all down in nineteen forty eight transcribed data eighty foreign seems like sometimes we're living in I love the way she phrased that have led to quite so succinctly put but she nailed it it is a form of verbal fascism and that's why she's empress Julia Hartley brewer follow her on Twitter at Julia H. 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"crown office" Discussed on The Everyday Innovator Podcast
"It'll be one hundred seven years and I am the the fourth generation very very lucky. Wow Oh wow. I didn't know. Is that log. That could be a whole other discussion. Twist that you've seen through the time that's a lot of his any more than one podcast. I I cannot. I'm curious so if we just look at now. What are the big forces going on now in that industrial Arabic trends? Big changes sure. Well it's it's interesting because you you started saying medical device in dentistry and people don't realize that dentistry is absolutely a medical device industry so that alone is very very exciting and we're seeing so much. Dental offices are really like many tech centers loss of trends that we're seeing are are digital cone beam technology smart art materials it. It really runs the gamut. You can find all those near dental. Yeah I've seen the big changes just last few years myself as a customer. I'm sure other to listening. Just changes in the X ray equipment is really interesting and then the offices that are milling. The crown's office. That's just great and doing the three D. imaging convict changes that are have you seen backley artificial intelligence come in yet. Is that impacting. What you do? We've seen a I in terms of a business tool we use it. In a a couple of different ways. We do use it for product development product. Ita Shen then. We also use it from a marketing and sales standpoint in terms of predictive analytics and Singalong. Long known okay so using the data that you have and making better decisions with that and you mentioned in there. It's always a topic I'm really interested in is is. Where did the ideas come from for the products that you create? And there's lots of choices you just. What are you run into exactly? Thankfully there are many many news sources for that and premier runs on four pillars are our foundation and the first one is deeply connected and what that means for us is that as I said before we have an amazing history. But that's what gives us a fantastic present and future because we're deeply connected. We have access so many things to help with that idea. Asian so whether it's a connection with a dentist or hygienist universities that could be needs based in terms of live kind of surveying the landscape. What is in there that we're not participating in that we should be could come from competition and of course it can come from our people so there are many many the different avenues that we can? We can pull from love to dive into an example of just a moment but dig a little deeper in that so it sounds like you have connections actions with the customers you sell obviously identify just and then other resources like what a university is doing. What's going on with the research in this area? New Technologies and employs as for. Sure when you're working with your actual customer not the patient but the dentist hygienist the staff and office are you going into office at times uh-huh and doing some kind of studies with them and seeing how they do their work and do interviews. How do you get the information? Yes absolutely we do that. We also have of an advisory board of dentist. We haven't advisory board of Hygiene US and speakers we just have conversations with them and then we also go into offices to do exactly exactly what you're talking about. How would they use a product in there every day.
"crown office" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"This is. A tale of two cathedrals it's a story the of two bishops a tragedy and even a prince this more than one battle in this long saga and only one of the Cathedral's has a happy ending. You've got the two main cathedrals Anglican and Catholic. Dr Anna Crichton his historic places out. Your we meeting. Outside Christ's stooge Anglican Cathedral in Cathedral Square on the day Prince Charles visits and becomes a patron of the rebuild like mini. Ns fought hard for for the spiltting and eventually they won. It'll be restored at a cost of one hundred four million dollars just a few blocks away as the Catholic cathedral of the blessed sacrament. Its future looked safe until a few months ago it will now be deconstructed and a new one built so it's a story. Three of two cathedrals and that's the story of two bishops and it's a story off the aftermath of the largest natural disaster to new Sheila. Jeanne both was severely damaged by the earthquakes and the aftershocks the fates were in the hands of the bishops will visit. Is it the classical Catholic cathedral shortly. But it's the Gothic Anglican one that has been debated delayed and deeply divisive the cathedral asset desolate since the two thousand living quake in the Anglican church in the heritage groups of white water over. Its future ever since the crumbling building fenced off and propped up by metal. It'll starts right in the middle of the city. Now there are three options on the table restore the old building demolish and build something new or gift the building to the see what happened with the Christ Church Cathedral while state took us even. Es of fighting to get to the stage where it was great to be restored in a nice even years. We hit a recalcitrant bishop who was really really came and for it to be demolished. Bishop Victoria Matthews has always said the building has no significant heritage and cities people are more important gene thousand earthquakes. Quake have shaken us and what we thought we were about the greatest energy seven to eight years on is invested in an attempt. I'm to restore business as usual politicians for more interested in getting elected and keeping up on the Poles. Then actually actually assisting people on the east side of town so the outcry from the public was because Christ Church Cathedral troll is not only the scene to pace of Cathedral Square and ask such a better icon definitely not a new on the traditional in the history of these cathedrals angels you know you need to restore them for sure. And I'm almost in tears because it's just so sad youth smoothing offender it missing it history said is it. Leave it as it is and it's just the reason why the Anglican community was built so for seven years. He is the cross stitch. Public have been fighting against the misinformation that it was beyond repair that it was dangerous. They can't afford to repair it. It's an exciting opportunity to build a new cathedral and it would take too long to restore anyway and the other argument was that the case look cathedral as far more spectacular building so gone restore that one I mean huge amounts as is being printed and resonant talked to pat either this even years. Lisa's to the eight atop priciest rallies. Different groups fighting for it. You know it really was a very long story. The Great Cross Stitch Buildings Trust with the ones that hate the most path because they hid Germain Inform Impedes Jim Anderson in follow up version fighting for the restriction of this cathedral through the government the crown nor office. And everybody else so I want it was setting. The oldest fighting was going on a major offer was made from the community to pay for and with a proof Casado of the cathedral that's open. That's the western facade are open to the All the way this huge gape there and into the offer nor charge nor cost to the church or the community would rise the funds fishy five thousand. Hasn't done for an engineer to cover the gap to stop the millions of pigeons. That have been in the IVA waters now nine years. This offer was tuned down by the Bishop. Also we hit an offer from the worship phone company of glaziers and painters of glass in London. It's one of really really old guilds and England say seen seen somebody out here and I offered to restore all the stained glass windows in the Cathedral that was also tuned down but it wasn't until two thousand seventeen that on after consultation with the Senate the Anglicans Senate in knife I should site to site yes to restore. There was money granted from the crush city council ten million dollars and matched by the government. Sorry sorry they call it over the line to say you can't sign now. It's going to cost too much. Repeat so what was the insurance money and these krantz the restriction was short today. Really is a Diab- celebration for Christ's ditch at it. The way where we can move on and reinstate voting that really does mean so much to not any questions but the people these days and now it's going hit but cassim between teammates. We nearly two years later and nothing's changed well. It doesn't look as though it's changed range but it's being cleaned out nicest. Pigeons are still sitting out there having a great fury of HR right truce going to be visiting today and Typing working on plans in engineering feasability studies over it. Sort of thing costings. They actually have to sit down there. Once they climb once the Ikea to proceed came in two thousand seventeen by hit to see Trafficing inquiry fundraising Construction old is sorts of things to be able to tune round in cyb right. We stores clean adamant all the way through that. This must happen. Absolute could you know. Could you see the viewpoint all could just say argument. Now I couldn't for the simple reason they insurance money was forty million dollars and they the bishop from my understanding understanding and teen to build a new cathedral for forty million dollars you not cathedral that would be something to be proud. Add of for forty million dollars. The seem to point of cross-stitch so now living room here I think that people outside of Christ church maybe find that difficult coke to understand particularly those who think that's not very attractive building. Well it's not a very attractive. Now Ah let's actually very beautiful few a few look at the detailing in just not look at it as a building and actually studied the detaining. It's very it's exquisite it it's really exquisite externally and generally there is a document proceeded by the Great Cross Stitch Buildings Trust in two thousand and fifteen to the government with an objective of C Smith for the recovery of the Cross Stitch Cathedral and as they rightly pointed into that it's a symbol of strength for the people of the city so this document was for the consideration of the Crown Office and government. It starts off with the important seasons that the Cross Stitch Cathedral spiritual cultural and civic class of the city and AH it's a wise being there and provided inspiration for the city and its people it is a community civic cathedral as well as being a hi Anglicans and because we're not as crush city councillor. I was a naked fedral when the Dalai Lama was speaking and was quite wonderful in these different people from all over the world would come in speak an angel so it was a really a really inspirational community cathedral for everybody Mesa. What religion you where there's pain also? It's the paper joining in to get it restored and put back the way it was It's symbolic of a whole range of things which are cultural which have spiritual significance sandwich method to people surveys of the hot. We're doing this Recovery of Cathedral as part of the overall recovery of the city from the trauma of quakes. Fedral wasn't recovered covered. You could argue that. The city of Christchurch would never recovered memory site interesting story one of the things that the people across looking to and and starting to save Bill. They'll be generation of children who will grow up watching a cathedral being built in the square and that will be quite something special for them so when it looked like that you know the Cathedral was going to be pulled down. What was the point where it looked things? Look most hopeless for the cathedral throw. It looks nice to hype. Plus we at was was put members of the Senate of the Anglican Church and they were following following the.
"crown office" Discussed on Uncover
"Okay. My name is Stacey. Gallant Detective Sergeant with the Toronto Police Service Stacey Gallant is the detective sergeant in charge urge of cold cases for the Toronto Police. We have over six hundred fifty current cold cases in Toronto. Cher means is one of them. She's listed as has homicide number thirty six for the year nineteen ninety nine. We don't reinvestigate cases in the cold case office. Homicides are investigated by top level investigators from start to finish by the time it becomes a cold case that really means that everything that could have been done during the case has been done and and the investigation has no more leads to follow and there's nothing left that the original investigators can do gallant confirms producer Kathleen Goal Tar something mad had mentioned that after the original nineteen ninety nine investigation the cold case squad took another look into Charlene's murder but the reinvestigation instigation in two thousand and eleven what prompted I would say new new information that came in no unfortunately between the two investigations that happened they were unable to bring it to the point where any anyone could be arrested or prosecution could be mounted although gallant won't talk about the new information which prompted the second investigation we know what coincided with Tippett's dangerous offender hearing so you have somebody in homicide. WHO's a personal interest? They don't they don't get convicted for this crime. They go on and commit a whole bunch of other crimes have very similar similar details to the one you're looking at. Can that be used to put a case forward right to the crown saying similar fact evidence can be used in certain circumstances but I don't think that in and of itself is enough to mount a prosecution against someone that's going to lead to conviction in court. Were so close in with the original homicide investigation you had so much circumstantial evidence and now you have this this. Could it be enough to hypothetically tip it over. That's not my call. That's up to the crown's office. That's up to you know a judge to decide. you know if. I think you need more than circumstantial evidence. You need more than similar fact evidence it you know without without some direct evidence. I it's very very difficult to convict someone a murder..
"crown office" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"How is it that every time we have a hearing on this open still surprises me but I was fearful it's entire lifespan when Aaron was a regular guest with us and so I've heard it dozens of times and it still always surprises me Erin shots is on the western hotline I'm a bulldog sorry say Mike he's got the day off today she just stuck with me hired our things Hey things are good man how are you doing I'm doing I'm doing great football outsiders dot com the almanac is out folks can get to the website in order there or through Amazon or wherever if you got a preferred site go and tell me I would imagine football outsiders dot com right is the preferred actually yeah we make more money if you buy the PD up off of our site but I want a physical book that's what we got for you at Amazon you can buy it there all right well I'm glad we got you to really go over every play from this bills cold preseason told last night and I know you can't wait for that yeah what we'll get to the bills actually I do want to start some someone like off the beaten path at least for why we usually bring you on and I'm just curious if you're up to speed on what Michael silver is reporting via Twitter regarding Antonio brown there's like a long thread of stuff and it just seems not what's going on with Antonio brown are you up to speed on that or no yeah I read part I read part of the red and then it just kept going and going I I I could I could all be deep into it so much right so he wants to wear his helmet that is no longer allowed by the regulations and therefore he's angry at the team and he's staying away from the team even though it NFL regulation you know that's not the team right right yeah okay and or maybe his feet are frozen okay so this is been stuff so it was not exactly a conversation about advanced metrics and analytics here but what just wow it just it just sort of came across my plate as we were going to break to get ready to have you on so I I just felt compelled to at least bring it up like that it just seems like an all time crazy scene there what ages slot I think sometimes if I understood some of the things that the players that I would call my site football psychologist football right yeah I I guess I don't know mid may maybe some bills fans are feeling somewhat grateful that they maybe Dodge this cryogenic frozen feet the helmet fiasco we'll see maybe maybe all blow over it'll be fine like he's found a way to skip some training camp and he'll get there but what a thing all right Erin shots is with us here the the bills two thousand nineteen like what's what's the overview and then maybe we'll get into some specifics here and sure I mean with that we're not that high on the bill I'll be perfectly Frank are mean projected for them is six point nine wins which is near the bottom of the AFC it I mean not as bad as Miami we have Miami is our worst projected team for this year we do have the bills with a projected easy schedule the whole way up the east has easy schedule this year but we only have to making the postseason in twenty two percent of our simulation okay and is this large lead Josh Ellen bass Storer like what what else contributes to it I I know Ellen has been someone who like when you're on we usually get flooded afterward with what was wrong with that guy and you probably hear it on Twitter to but I'll bet it starts with Allen it's so we'll talk about that and then we'll get into maybe some other factors right because there are certain issues with our projection treat the defense but yeah it starts with Josh Allen and look for a quarterback who did it first couple years are projected for that quarter back it's going to be based heavily on the quarterback projection system that we call Cubase the project quarterbacks from college to the pros and Josh Allen did historically terribly enough projection system because he was so inaccurate in college and look at it would be a wonderful story if he turned out to be better than we thought we turned out to be totally wrong it would be a wonderful story I just don't see it as the likely happen yeah so it in that's despite the upgrade well let's talk about the upgrades like John Brown Cole Beasley the offense of line like hot hot what do you think of the help that the bills have tried to give Alan going into your to hear yeah I mean what did they absolutely have tried given help the the build it's very difficult to criticize what they did to promote our office perspective this offseason I mean and you know the negativity in our projection is about the quarterback it's about typical regression variables it's not about the decisions that they made as a front office off these and certainly well we get the defense we could talk about at all over but on offense I mean there's a little bit of a sense of let's throw as much spaghetti against the wall and see what decks when it comes to the office of life and they brought in just so many guys but I mean some of those guys are are you know clearly upgrade clearly upgraded quality starring starting of course with with Mitch bores and the you know John Brown is very talented receiver Cole Beasley is a good slot receiver you know it's it's a little weird because it makes you know Robert proctor had a nice little rookie year and it makes him kind of superfluous at this point but you know you like the stuff that they brought in but the problem is your projection for an office is just base so heavily on the quarterback and all of our numbers just do not speak highly of Josh al what we're separate the roster of the rock right he yes yeah a fantastic scrambling ability and felt that help that's a big help for them we're we're within what what he projects as like where where does he need how can he raise his score within within your framework I guess this is a way that I want I want I I want to I want to pose a question thank you one of the things that he can do that with within the less realistic like what's a good what's a good Kate what's a good scenario for him I mean you need just all about around improved put it this way though if he because of his rushing ability if you were just replacement level you know average back up replacement level at this as a pastor he would he would be probably a better than average starting quarterback because he has so much Russia the problem is that you know average back up replacement level is about thirteen or fourteen percent below average and we had Josh Alan last year is thirty six percent below average by our DP away right about that that doesn't mean you write a mop with them there's a table in the buffalo chapter of the book that goes through the worst rookie season five first round quarterbacks since our numbers begin which is thirty two years ago and there are some guidelines here who seriously turned it around Donovan McNab with terrible as a rookie Matthew stopper with about the same as Josh down as a rookie those guys obviously turned things around Jared Goff what's the worst rookie quarterback we've ever measured and he led his team to a Super Bowl last year so you know it we're not gonna write the guy off but our projections for college you just you're talking about a quarterback who was inaccurate in college who is an accurate as a rookie it's hard to see where he suddenly become accurate is affected your life did you have you noticed anything when looking at his rookie year was their improvement we talked to a lot of people who and and and we noticed this too and I think even like formation percentage wise it gets backed up they they they looked like a different offense Wayland return from injury verses before he got hurt and there was more spread and again a lot of the success he had was running out of that but they seem to figure out maybe how to try to deploy him most effectively better in the back like last six games of the year as opposed to the earlier part of the schedule before the injury did you notice anything in that way when looking at two thousand and eighteen yes that is absolutely backed up by the numbers right I said he was thirty six percent below average in the past that without that sixty sixty percent below average in the first half of the season and sixteen percent below average in the second half of the people so yes he was much better in the last few games however we did some research on this this offseason looking at quarterback in particular young quarterback who improved significantly in the second half of the year because we wanted to look at Baker may be all right Baker Mayfield also improved significantly in the second half of the year so did stamped Arnold so did Alan and what we found was that it's much better to project a quarterback based on his performance over the entire year then based on just the second half of the year even if he's in improving youngster like you want to believe that if you're young and you improve in the second half of the year that it really means something but it turns out it doesn't really mean that much some of it could just be random variation and it's better to look at the quarterback performance over the whole year and so that's the that's the frustrating thing about pointing out the talent was better he was better in the second half but I don't know if it matters Erin shots from football outsiders is on the western hot line with me here on WGR the football outsiders almanac for two thousand nineteen is available at their website football outsiders dot com is where you can find that so you mentioned the defense and we'll get that all over so how about the defense it was second in the league in yards but points wise was that good so give me the D. V. O. A. on that and and and wow the projection looks moving into this year and well PVO way our R. G. B. O. a ratings really liked the buffalo defense last year we had the second because they weren't they weren't as good in points allowed in part because they started in that field position because the offense being terrible put the defense in the back heel position if you filter that out they were very strong people album is defense is much much less consistent from year to year than offense and tend to regress towards mean much stronger than off and plus the bills were not a good defense in the year two prior and teams that have a huge improvement like the bill had last year tend to go back a little bit to what they were before we call that the plexiglas printable now all fully it met I think that are the number projection here is kind of overstating how much the defense is going to regret I think the builder's still going to have a good pizza we have the regrets thing to be average I think they're still gonna be a good defense and part of that is I really love the at all perfect you're very talented player right in the middle of that defense should be phenomenal at the specially as a as a pass rusher you know he's like the giants want to take these big nose tackle the big run stopping nose tackles in the trap in the first round but everything that we've seen in analytics talk about the pass rush being more important stopping the run and what buffalo got here with the pass rush particularly pass rush in the middle of the line to more direct route right look at it feels to me like edge rushers we haven't seen this from salary standpoint yet in the league but with how quickly guys are getting rid of the ball quarterback humor to the ball if you look the guys off the edge are being I don't I'm not quite neutralized maybe that's too strong but feels like guys coming up the middle are more effective yeah there is some evidence of that and so I think and all over really count player so again yeah like I said about the often it's hard to criticize what the front office did it's not like we don't have the bills protected well because we think the crown office made mistakes right but that's more the case with the giants not keep bringing them up what with the bills it's much more about sort of what the numbers say and regression to the mean another thing is that we had them as sort of an older defense but they may be a little younger than we previously had them with that depending on sort of who the starters are and now that rock feel bush is gone that makes them a little bit younger probably using Karen Johnson at the Nickle backer Wallace so in our pre season projections that we do you in early September the bills defense may come out a little better okay couple other players on defense I'd like to ask you about specifically trained admins second your middle linebacker big freakishly talented you know big learning curve he was twenty years old start of last season so still very young guy and then I want to get to today yes why too but but I'm curious what you've got on admins.
"crown office" Discussed on WEEI
"Rankings came out where they rank the top players in the video game coming out this season but this is a thing that now sticks out more to me they write the top players in NBA two K. like in the history of the sport okay so they have of course Michael Jordan right number two Kareem rank or Michael Jordan skews the right number one of course Kareem number two which by the way Corinne is like somehow one of the most underrated players in the history of the sport the guy is a six time NBA champion what a six time MVP people forget he won a championship before magic right he won a championship in nineteen seventy two with the Milwaukee Bucks then he went to the Lakers and by the way we talk about this being the player power movement it in terms of like the movement all these guys picking their destinations asking for traits cream did this way back in the seventies okay he told the box like listen you're gonna have to trade me to New York in New York or LA I'm not saying here any ends up going to the Lakers in place for the Lakers win five more championships there the rest is history not to mention that eighty seven title team he was the best player in nineteen eighty seven he's the best player on the do was like thirty eight years old they have lebron third magic fourth bill Russell six I came seventh again another guy that's grossly underrated Kobe at eight RPG's Kobe at a really he's they got Colby in front of Larry Bird shack and Tim Duncan okay now they're all ninety eights so I guess that should be made clear they're all ninety eight but they have Kobe ranks in eight ahead of Larry shack in Sam dunk it okay so let me get to the Tim Duncan Kobe thing for some reason it's like Kobe Bryant was the player of his era I'm sorry Tim Duncan was the better player okay Tim Duncan was the better player then with Kobe Bryant okay now first of all right how many M. V. P.'s one Tim Duncan too okay yeah Tim Duncan by the way was the best player on five championship teams are actually let me take that back he was the best player on four championship teams the final year that's bursting was incredibly wasn't the best player in may and then Tony Parker because remember quite really emerged in the finals kawaii wasn't a star yet so it was probably Tony Parker but none the less that Springsteen was great and part of the reason the spurs were great for so long is Tim Duncan would take less money so he could compete for championships okay that's a Tim Duncan did for the bulk of his career not to mention the fact that for a ten year period Tim Duncan was the best defensive player in the NBA no disputing that I get Ben Wallace won some defensive player of the year awards in that type of stuff Tim Duncan was the best defensive player in the year in the NBA for a ten year period okay fifteen times all defensive team and I get a Kobe got a bunch of all defensive teams you know why because Kobe Bryant's name did you see Kobe Bryant he was a good defender early on in his career he was not the same to find a really good even going back to his championship runs with politics on Jack but getting back to the original point okay Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan Tim Duncan best plan for championship games as I said call me was the best player on two of them okay for to do the math okay ten dot can carry that franchise what happened when Kobe lie shack for like five years yeah they did nothing until he demanded a trade in need of pockets all okay not to say that you don't need another star in this league to win at a high enough level but let's all remember the fact that Kobe Bryant played on a terrible team for number years because he couldn't put them over the top Tim Duncan came into the league and it was one of the NBA title and what a second year carrying David Robinson and that's bursting in the strike shortened seasons one NBA championship three once again five once again seven once again this dude was a dominant force in the NBA that was better than Kobe Bryant you look at the numbers for Tim Duncan in his career he ended up shooting fifty percent from the field fifty percent from the field any did it take in game three at season's ray shot eighteen times a game seventeen times again you look at some of his prime years you're looking to do that averaged twenty five points thirteen rebounds two and a half blocks you go after that the three season where they won the championship the average twenty four points per game he averaged thirteen rebounds per game he averaged three blocks per game okay not to mention the fact that he shoot fifty one or shot fifty one percent from the floor that's how dominant of a player Tim Duncan was Kobe Bryant look at his career numbers the dude was inefficient okay inefficient he shot forty four percent from the field for his career forty four percent from the field in his career okay yeah I get it he had the higher seasons in terms of the point value where one year the average thirty five points per game that was great the average thirty four points per game thirty five points per game you notice field goal percentage was forty five forty five lebron James a lifetime fifty percent feel go back okay you're looking at it from Kobe Bryant's perspective dude it is best scoring season shot forty five percent from the field okay so this song narrative that like Kobe Bryant was the player of that area it's not true it's not true it was Tim Duncan Tim Duncan was the guy that was the best player in that are and quite frankly I don't even know if Kobe Bryant should be at a Larry Bird Larry Bird was the best player in the NBA without question for three year period in the eighties from eighty four eighty six this year was the best player in a like no questions asked three M. V. P.'s in a row from eighty four to eighty six how long was Kobe Bryant the best player in the NBA maybe like a two year span that is it because it went from Shaq and Tim Duncan in maybe Colby in there for like a year or two but then I went back to lebron James after that and lebron James held the mantle for a significant period of time where he's been the best player really you make the argument from around eight ash in toll basically last year when Kawhi Leonard took the crown office said because lebron James is nowhere to be found in the post season came around so it's been that long since Kobe Bryant was the best player in the NBA not to mention the fact that they do this dude was a locker room killer right image killer deal didn't want to get along did not get along whatsoever now part of that is on Shaq is well clearly part of that is on Jack but here's the reality of the situation Tim Duncan never had issues with teammates in fact this whole kawaii thing actually says more about Tim Duncan the leader than anything else because do you think that this issue would have happened with this burst of Tim Duncan was there the issue that this very sad is Kawhi Leonard was upset because they thought or he thought they were misdiagnosed in him and then Gregg Popovich had guys on the team have a closed door meeting with Kawhi Leonard meaning Tony Parker Manu Ginobili etcetera you a Tony Parker saying publicly that I had an injury that was a hundred times worse than kawaii and I'm already playing do you think these issues would have happened if Tim Duncan was in the locker room now they never had a locked room issue with Tim Duncan there okay and if they did we never heard about because Tim Duncan put an end to what we think of them as this quiet guy he made sure that everything was going on right as it pertains to his locker room so many great Bob it's not having Tim Duncan is part of the reason that you at all these issues with Kawhi Leonard leading up to him eventually being traded to the Toronto raptors and you look at Kobe Bryant yeah I I'm not trying to say that the guy wasn't a great player but Tim Duncan totally different thing Tim Duncan carry that organization for number years I get to Kobe Bryant one is two championships without Jack but man Tim Duncan best player on four championship teams was the best defender in the NBA for a decade okay not to mention the fact they didn't hijack offenses like Kobe Bryant did never hijacked offenses like Kobe Bryant did and Larry Bird he's on one of the all time iconic teams and the Celtics in the eighties they won three NBA championships in that run he was the best player in all three of those games so that's one more than Kobe Bryant Kobe Bryant was only the best player on two championship teams not to mention the fact that guy was horrible in their game seven win against the Celtics when they won the championship the second one member Ron our test it like a crazy three that really lifted them to a victory in that particular series so it was horrible Asian even in the NBA finals MVP that year but Larry Bird carried a team basically for an eight year period now his career was much shorter than Kobe Bryant's because of the injuries and what not but when you look at it from Larry bird's perspective Larry Bird was the first or second best player in the league for an eight year period you could never say that about Kobe Kobe was never even the best player on his team until you got Shaq out of town till he got Shaq out of town that's what Kobe Bryant was Kobe Bryant at that particular point in time wanted to be somebody that was waiting on his own terms not to mention the fact that on this list Allen Iverson thirteen Allen Iverson is add objectivist gear you kidding me Allen Iverson had a jerk during his care any team to a championship Hey I got to a championship then went okay not to mention the fact that dirt played on some of the best offenses in the NBA his office was always top five in the NBA in terms of the ranking Allen Iverson was never on an offense like that because it was all about him he was just jacking up shots Allen Iverson should be no where near headed directivity not to mention the fact these added the logo Jerry west as well yeah I don't know about that one Dr J. eighteenth on this list I gotta tell you Kevin Durant's only a twenty of come on Allen Iverson Hey Kevin Durant you got to be kidding me this is an absolute joke NBA two K. twenty get it together all right will continue the brakes NFL summer two are coming up next we're gonna chat with Joe curly from the Ventura county star checking on the ramps primarily.
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"Three million dollars for Catherine's pain, suffering and loss. Also for the Hendricks family to win though. They would have had to prove that the state was liable and had been able to foresee what Tim Harris was going to do the six would have to believe that the Florida highway patrol's failure to act was the cause of Lorraine Hendrix murder. So the jurors found that the Florida highway patrol was not liable for having trooper Harrison the road patrol. So they didn't get anything in the lawsuit. You agree with that her finger would have been tough su- to win. Yeah. I think you're right. But I think that the earlier places that he worked for maybe shouldn't have given him a recommendation we'll there or if they had. Been able to find records from the Melbourne village. Police that showed he had been terminated. Well, they gave him a chance to resign. Right. Right. Yeah. But there should be notes about that on who knows. How public of the stuff was about his behavior with his wife, and she's a private person? She didn't tell her parents all stuff is doing to her. She probably didn't even tell her sister in the big event with the wife didn't happen until after Lorraine had already been murdered any had already been taken off the road by then. Right. So again would have been a tough one at whatever it's just incredibly sad that this happened certainly is. So there really isn't a ton of information out there on this case. There are good series of articles in the Orlando sun paper, which you can find online and also an rule wrote a story on this case in one of her books. It's one of those books that has more than one crime in them and the books called you belong to me. So I'll put a link to that book in our show notes. In case anyone is interested in. Reading that. Just a quick reminder. We have let's of true crime brewery merchandise available. 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Our members only show to your podcast app. Then of course, you will have access to all of our past members only episodes in addition to each new one when they come out in March, we covered the case of Robert reld, Dan, a real charmer who was actually a real monster, a rapist and emerhed or who was actually enabled we believe by his good looks. And by his wealthy family this month, recovering in Alaska case, the case of Lori Waterman, Lori was brutally murdered by two men who were friends. Maybe both were lovers are one was a lover of her teen daughter. Now, the daughter was shell had apparently told these guys that are mother was abusing her and why they decided that murder was the solution. I can only guess it's because they were idiots cruel idiots. I guess still the punishment or rather lack of punishment that Rachelle Waterman received defies reason to me in. It's quite outrageous. So you might enjoy our discussion on that case. One more thing if you've a few minutes to spare we would. Greatly. Appreciate it. If you could leave us a review on I tunes or wherever you listen more, positive reviews helps us find more people to listen to our podcast, which is a good thing. So let's move onto feedback. Now, I don't wanna bag or son desperate, but we would love to get more voicemails to leave a voicemail with your comments or case suggestions, just click on leave a voicemail on our website, Tigra dot com. And of course, we also love to get your comments and your suggestions in emails or social media messages to another way to communicate with us and other listeners is to join our true crime brewery fan discussions group on Facebook, lots of interesting things going on there all the time. So we're gonna move onto feedback. And since I've just mentioned are fan discussion page, there is something recently. That's come up on there. And it's regarding a missing child that we did a case on I'd say over a year ago Timothy Pinson over your yet. Maybe you're closer to. To been awhile. And we just kind of -ssume that Timothy was dead. But now there's a chance that he might be alive. He might have been found actually were waiting today for DNA results to show whether this boy is Timothy Pinson identifying himself as Timothy Pinson, right? Yeah. Fourteen year old boy says he's Timothy Pinson, and he's just escaped from two kidnappers that have been holding him for seven years. He's originally from Illinois was last known to be with his mother who had killed herself. Apparently in a note was left saying that Timothy was with someone, but he was safe, but he would never be found. So yesterday this fourteen year old described the two kidnappers that he had been with as to male, white bodybuilder types. One had black curly hair. A mountain dew shirt, and jeans and a spider web tattoo on his neck. The other was short in stature and had a snake tattoo on his arms, the vehicle they were operating is described as a newer model, Ford SUV bearing Wisconsin. Lates with a second row white in color and yellow transfer paint in a dent on the left BIC bumper. So apparently, he said that he escaped and kept running across the bridge into Kentucky. They had been staying at a red roof in but Timothy had no idea where so the county dispatch had contacted all surrounding agencies with a red roof in their jurisdiction, and they're checking out the motels, but they haven't found anything so residents in Newport Kentucky neighborhood, just across the Ohio river from Cincinnati held police after this boy was found wandering the streets. He'd actually approached a woman in a vehicle and ask for help. She said he looked ready and confused with bruises on his face. Now. He went missing in two thousand eleven he was just six years old. So now he would be fourteen Chris by the time people here this podcast. They'll know we don't know hopefully by this evening, they should know if it's him or not. It'd be nice that he wasn't killed will. Yes, when I'm saying, it's probably going to be nice fused their kid who's been held in captivity for. Seven years. Well, yeah, he might have gone through a lot of bad stuff might have. But I think it's amazing that he could be alive. I remember doing that case in feeling pretty certain that is mother had killed him. Yes. Rebid? So I hope that's wrong. We'll see no Kay. So do we have any voicemails today? We have a voicemail this is from Rona. She has some comments that she makes and case suggestion. Hi, my name's Ruina. I'm Scottish I supposed to say the Ivy like poor cast really love it and Elza that you say it's Joe. So that yet right into the story van to the secrecy of Everson and to the techs opinions always create on point off to say. And I have really do everything that you that you do with it. I go walking. Unfortunately, I have camp Butlin cancer the minute soul. I've been told by my daughter that ability tool woken as much as posted. We'll show you're usually in my your son. That's their says get into sin and can listen in this story. You know who else? Wanted to. I wanted to say that just that. I love it. I like reviews to mcbeal drinking my sale delayed some craft beers too. So I'm hoping that air, but I'm beta by can try some of the some of the beers that you wish it'd be difficult will some of them because obviously always lever. I am always Scotland than you don't have a Marxist seem can be usually some craft wants some Scottish wants to which are really ugly. Cricket. I've been to the masculine Boston, which it does craft ones in his really a really good place to go with your over in Boston. The is him. I really want to say, oh who had a suggestion. I love to see your take. But look to hear see her able join is a classical base than one which school system. So I would really like to hear his take on that. It's no snow been souls case either. So there's a few different suspects. I'd love to hear what you think kisses who could be so vow saints nay, but just to keep up the good. Thanks, guys. Well, thank you Rona. Yes. Thank you. Those are nice comments our end. I'm a cancer survivor. So I wish you better days ahead redo. So looked up bible. John is actually quite a bit written about a news several books actually does that somebody's name. That's what they've called him his an unidentified serial killer. I see our aims believed to have murdered three young women between nineteen sixty eight and nineteen sixty nine and Glasgow. I'll historic case I like that know each of the victims of bible, John where young brunette women between the ages of twenty five and thirty two and they all had met their murderer at the barrel land ballroom, which was a dancehall music venue in the city, the perpetrator has never been identified and the case remains unsolved despite one of the most extensive manhunts and Scottish criminal history. Where does committed by bible John with proved to be the first time in Scotland in which the crown office authorized? The publication of a composite drawing of individual suspected of murder for public viewing. And he was known as bible, John because he was repeatedly quoting from the bible and have condemned any form of adultery while in the company of his final victim, the known movements in modus operandi of convicted serial killer and rapist, Peter Tobin have led to suggestions that he might have been responsible. So we're gonna study some more. We have done one Scottish case a longtime ago, we might have. That's it. If we have done your members better than mine wasn't the father who was killing his children's wasn't. He in Scotland that much has inflator or. Yeah. I think he was that's true. Can't remember the name of it? But yeah, lovely accent to thank you for the voice mail. So that's it for voicemails. All right. So we do need more voicemails anybody has anything. I've got some interesting emails. Okay. Let's do those first Swiss from Nina, she has. Case suggestion. Okay, Nina road. Hi, guys. I'm writing you with a bit of an unusual requests. I realized that you must be swamped with case requests. So I appreciate any help. You can give this case takes place in nineteen sixty in Massachusetts. It involves a young wife and mother of two who vanished one day and hasn't been found since her name is Joan rish. There is a lot about her on the web. But I was hoping maybe you had more resources to dig further. Jones husband Martin never remarried lived in the same house and kept the same phone number in case Joan ever tried to reach him or came home. He's gone now never knowing what happened to his wife, but his children who were only four and two years of age respectively. Then are now in the early sixties and deserve answers. This case is touched me. I can't imagine having my loved one missing for so long and getting no resolution there is still time for her children, but that window is closing fast as well. Her son David seat. Seems to have had a particularly hard life and entered a nursing home really young in his fifties. I'm not sure if it has to do with his mum missing as he was only two when it happened. So he couldn't remember much about that day. The case is still open. So I appreciate any help you can offer. Sincerely, nina. So this you talked about vintage cases, this is a little older from nineteen sixty one. Yes, police went to a house in Lincoln, Massachusetts after a neighbor reported seeing blood leading from the house to the driveway. She made the discovery after young girl. Living in the house had returned from a play date to find her mother Joan rish missing several unconfirmed sightings of an apparently disoriented rish walking on nearby roads later that day were reported blood matching rish type was found smeared in the kitchen there is other evidence suggesting that she might have been abducted. Although at the time her two year old son was safely asleep in his room. Then later it was discovered that Rishard borrowed several library books about murders and disappearances including one with similarities to her own case. So this obviously led to
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"How did you mom and dad get interested in fire and become far investigators while it was it was really interesting, actually because my my father point was working at a place called institute of technology in Kevin street, which is where I subsequently did my undergraduate degree, and he was in the chemistry department there. And he knew a lot of colleagues in police force just worked around the corner. So these socialist together one one of them had asked whether or not he'd be able to help in regards to an explanation about a fire, particularly how the fire might have started, and what might have caused it. And as a consequence of that piece of work. They started to do some casework primarily on the civil side almost exclusively on the civil side. So that's for insurance companies rather than for criminal cases. They just simply got called to do more. And more of that work. Started up a company. Those were around in Ireland mom and dad started. They were the only one. So they were exclusively the only Irish based pharmacist Gatien company for the civil courts on my mom was the only female far investigator in Arden for many many years. So so that's how they started these two lots and lots of casework it was a time back in those days when almost every fire because of the way which insurance companies would pay out almost every fire would be investigated. So there was a lot of work for them to do how much did, you know about they work, and what it entailed when you growing up. It was it's interesting because when my brother, and I were growing up signs was always discussed in the house. So it was always over the dinner table, though, would be conversations about their latest job that they had been looking at and what different physical evidence looked like and what it meant. And that sort of thing myself, my brother used to earn our pocket money by. Ticking photographs this was wet photography back in the day before digital commerce, wet wet photography sticking photographs that have been developed onto sheets of four paper to be incorporated into their reports. What photographs have follow photograph affiars the inside of the scenes, so what they would do is on the back of the photograph. They put a number. So that that would tell us the sequence it would go in and they put an arrow usually which which told us which way up should go. Because when you look at photographs that are almost narrowing into areas of interest within a fire scene. It's actually quite hard to tell which way they are because you're looking at black detail on a black background. So it's quite difficult contextualising. So they would still allow Mr. what direction it should go in and. My brother, and I would get five Pence photograph it went up to ten Pence from graph as inflation kicked him. And that's what we would do for for was great. Do you? Remember what you thought about those images with either disturbing stole? No. If there was ever a fire that involved any sort of injury or fatality than that would wouldn't be investigated initially as a civil case, it would be it would go into the criminal side of things. So no, these were just lots of pictures of Burt black stuff, but it was for us. It was it was it was a way to earn a few quid back in those days told us the value of of money. But it was it meant we were exposed to as opposed the realism of how science can actually be made useful in a very very tangible sense. There were other occasions when MoMA dot would do what we call now at hawk experiments. So they were do. An experiment test particular hypothesis, but do it outside of controllable rotary circumstance our scenario, and I I don't remember this myself. But I remember my mother telling me about it that in one case, the potential ignition scenario walls, you know, talent of toilet rolls that were all together. And that was it was in there that that's where the fire had started. And so she tells the story of my dad getting one of these bundles of toilet rolls and putting it on the kitchen table type give it a go and put IDO cigarette. Enter something into something to to get it going, and they sat there and watched it for a while. And as it started to produce a fair bit of smoke my own set. Gene has now which she did, and it sort of burst into flames out in the backyard. So lessons learned. That's experiment. Yes. Please. Don't set your own house on far. It was always a bit of a giggle when they moved into she lives in a lovely old farmhouse now when they moved into that farmers initially back must be thirty years ago. Now, getting fire insurance was will always going to be an interesting one. So take admit what they did on those. Yes. Yes. But it's, you know, farthest patients very small industry, so in Arlington particular back, then everybody knew everybody and so woman Daba well known by the loss assessors loss adjusters from the insurance company. It's hard to imagine a sort of more appropriate way for far investigated to be brought up then, you know, at the very knee of the first far investigators in in their home country. Did you always wanna pursue this sort of job yourself goodness? No, not at all. It's people always rebel against their. Parents do don't they in? So I didn't want to be an academic, which I currently am. And I didn't want to be far investigator, which I also do in terms of casework I wanted to be archaeologist actually. And if I couldn't be archaeologist I wanted to be a geologist on. I didn't get the points to get to university to do either of those things. So I ended up doing chemistry and mathematics. I ended up then subsequently doing appreciate chemistry on then job at the university of Strathclyde where. Air. I ended up teaching pharma's station starting to casework. So for your own study. What you started with was K Mistry's at the key scientific training and in what you do if for me. Yes, I was good at science. And my undergraduate degree was in majoring in chemistry and mathematics. And I was always good at math about and I like my much. So those two disciplines actually worked very closely together, though, some people might not put them together. And I know require my PHD students to do a fair bit of mathematics to understand statistics. Which they don't thank me for many of the time was something about fire itself that was seductive to you. That's a really good question. I'm not sure I would say seductive. I always found it. A fascinating with the way in which my parents one is a chemist what is Bodmer so from quite different disciplines, but the way in which they could see the physical evidence that they encountered in a fire scene and use that to track back the story of the fire and the narrative of the fire, and that's quite a challenging thing to do because of the level of destruction that you see in some of these scenes, but it was it was again making the science that you understand around head things burn or around. How things behave when you heat them up and making that into something useful that could be used almost as a tool to reveal the past. And that was really interesting way of. Really making science work in the real world. And so in that regard, it was it was a really interesting apllications thousand liking setting. Probably shouldn't say that. If afar has taken place in a building nave what stage. Do you get involved as an investigator? It depends much on what we're being asked to do. And who is asking us to do that. So if I'm involved or asked to get involved, by for example, in Scotland it will be the the crown office, which is the prosecutorial service, then it's a matter of working with the police an in particular what we would call a senior investigating officer and a crime scene managers their job to manage the experts going in and out of the scene, and we would sit with them. I we would devise a strategy for all of the different experts going in. So that we all know what each other is doing. We'll nobody needs are and we can work around and in combination with each other. So it's a very structured approach to undertaking that scene investigation and that would involve them from fire investigation perspective. Our job is to the initial partly. Try to determine where the fire started. And then what caused the fire in that area in that location? So it's called an origin Kohl's determination, but we're also interested in how the fire moved between moved into building or between buildings. So how'd he did that? When you go into a side. What you look for I often in fire scenes, it becomes it becomes relatively straightforward to locate the for example, in in a building the room of origin when I say relatively straightforward. That depends, of course on the level of damage, but usually there's one one room that might be damaged to a greater extent than others. And that's a good place to start when you observe them. What I would call physical evidence. So just the way in which the physicality of that room looked so what bits are blackened what bits are charred and what bits are melted. Then looking at those indicators can help you determine zone into an area where the fire much of burned for longer or where the farm auto burned hotter. Under various physical indicators that are leftover week-old burn patterns, so their patterns left on furnishings on the walls on the structure that allow you to then interpret those patterns to say this is the area where the far most likely started. So that's one aspect of it. There are a number of other aspects and things that you use was witness statements and fire investigators it's not uncommon for us to speak directly to witnesses. It's a bit unusual for forensic scientists to do that. But fire investigators we need to get first-hand knowledge from say the owner or from witnesses that sold the fire develop or from the fire service that put the fire out in order to gather information about what was it. Like when you saw it last bit prior to the fire went to the fire start. What did you see when you turned up to put the fire out and so on whereas other friends excited to tend not to get involved in that discussion process and would to the police, but for us it's really useful to to have that firsthand account. And that gives us an idea of what should have been there early swabbed should've been there in the building. Or at least what the people who were talking to said had been there. And when you do insurance cases, sometimes what they say wasn't really there at all. But it gives us a really good idea of what it is that we're walking walking into so you'd take witness accounts of witness information, we would also take into consideration. Some theoretical understanding of how things burn that set of theories called fire dynamics, which come from two disciplines when as far science. So the the science of combustion and the other is fire engineering. So what happens when you put a fire in a building? And what happens to that building? So those are two very well unrebutted established academics how much of that sort of science is available to the naked eye usually in in a site of a fair amount. So as a fire investigator the other area that we look at is actress ity and look at what the electrical circuitry can tell us in terms of false might have occurred because I can also guide us to areas where? The fire may have originated using a technique called arc fault mapping. So we need to be a little bit of jack-of-all-trades. We need to understand how things burn. So what's the nature of the combustion process? What does it require in order for different materials to get involved in the burning process? And so if I was going to burn a piece of wood than I need to heat it up I because the the solid stone burn the gases that you that you calls to come from the solids as you heated that burns. So I need to know that process really dumb question is that true for everything it's not the solids that bone. It's the guesses that caused correct? So if you burn petrol than petrol is at a temperature that's already producing gases because you can smell it. So what you're smelling of the chemicals that are coming off the liquid the liquid is made up of two hundred and fifty plus different chemicals. And it's those chemicals themselves when mixed with air are the things that ignite. If I want to burn a solid than I always have to gasify. I this is a principle of fi that is new for me. Thank you. So in order to get a flame burning you. I have to have a localized heat source somewhere nearby for long enough to cause this this what we call thermal decomposition. So the breaking up of the molecules within the material so that you have chemicals as gas you mix that what surgeon, and
"crown office" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Terrible. Known as flight one zero three flew over Scotland, a bomb planted on board exploded, killing all the passengers and crew the wreckage killed eleven people on the ground in Lockerbie at the time of Lockerbie floor was training to be a neurologist she was a star student and had recently applied to complete her studies at Cambridge University the place where have parents I met one of the things about how business the twenty was murdered chain. And I had to go to care out her room in London. We found a letter from Cambridge University accepting her. This show makes me. Tears when I think about it. My wife has had to me. And I'm sure it's right. She would have been intending to. Pie phone from America. Our Christmas day. Cambridge had except share that. Her we found on her desk. A letter from Cambridge for years relatives struggled to get any truth about what happened angry at the slow progress, JIMBO along with other relatives of victims began investigating the matter. We just covered. The baggage handlers at Heathrow had seen a suitcase matching the one that was found to have contained the bomb already in place at the base of one of the containers for the aircraft for across the Atlantic. Plus the fact that Heathrow airport. Was broken into in the early part of the night of Lockerbie. And the airport very conscious decision. Not to search to find out hurt burger into their side. But still no official verdict came eleven years after the bombing in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine after a joint investigation by the FBI and the United States and Dumfries and Galloway police in Scotland in the UK, Libyan leader kennel Gadhafi handed over to men for trial in the Netherlands and in two thousand and one Libyan intelligence officer Abdelbaset Al Megrahi was jailed for the bombing. Jim Swire was in court for every day of that trial. Now, the beginning of the trial. We both believe the truly Ventura cost guilty as charged. Indeed government had told us that. There was no evidence against any other state except Libya. S the evidence unfolded in court. We could not believe are is because it had such fault in it. That it was obvious that it should never have led to the conviction of either live in on the basis for put the courtroom. Don't forget that the court never even knew but he wrote been broken into. And they had a part of the Niger Lockerbie because that information was withheld by the prosecution which consisted of the crown office and Scotland, of course, a Scottish police Jim was convinced Megrahi was innocent. He believes witnesses may have been compromised, and that logistics were left unexplained, and that the prosecution's only piece of forensic evidence. A fragment from the bomb did not point directly to Libyan intelligence is was claimed in court Germany's wife Jane began a long campaign to clear the Libyan's name to try and get the case reopened. Without wishing to impugn the truth of the verdict against Megrahi. I wonder whether he really did do it using an MS thirteen time. If he did we have to accept that. By share coincidence on a timer set going in Malta. Explosion occurred at the precise moment when it would have occurred had one of the. How? Group bombs being on board. Never claimed. Whether his covenant of Libya was involved just play as the story about him. How the bringing the bomb to Heathrow simply wasn't true all we want is the truth about loved ones were killed on the truth about their lives are protected show many Sheldon warnings beforehand. Jim stance is put him at loggerheads with some of the relatives of the other victims of the bombing who believe that Justice has been served described gyms ongoing campaign as a disgrace. And it's very it's been a very fanfare. First of all these years of the trial of the first appeal that I've always felt that I'm making life harder for those who believe they've got what they call that closure from the findings of that court in two thousand nine there was outrage from many Americans when Megrahi was released by the Scottish government on compassionate grounds due to illness. Jim mcgrath. On several occasions. I met him in Greenwich prison and here port a Christmas card from the chronic prison shop, I shall have it. I have a copy of the car in front of me. Actually, he what he actually wrote on the card was Dr soi and family, please pray for me. And my family the Scottish government and Justice systems have repeatedly dismissed gyms campaign for a retrial thirty years of now passed, but Jim will not give up his search for the truth. And he wants a new investigation into what happened. Flora was extremely intelligent inquisitive girl love to investigate everything that she had. Datings at all with and I hate the idea of her memory thing make shop with what I now know to have been. Composed lies which were not hard was on a tool that in fact, her life or sacrificed by at the very least incompetence very worst, perhaps some collision from across the pond of a kind which I cannot penetrate, of course, a lot of people just call you a conspiracy theorists. What do you think it's a very powerful mantra? Turkish people are shelf hoping conspiracy. Theorist why was shares? Dr simply deny conspiracy theorist but say, okay, you got your hypothesis. You say this man was guilty and was proven guilty in court. Let's set up a fair court in which the evidence can be reviewed again. Now that Renault much more of it and see what conclusion that fair corporate? Come true. These days the Lockerbie bombing and gyms continuing search for Justice mostly receive attention at the time of the anniversary of the tragedy for be different because we can never forget for. 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"crown office" Discussed on Inside Europe
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"crown office" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"You watch the playoffs sometimes from afar, especially in this late rounds of your chief's fan. Unfortunately, if you if you enjoy watching the chiefs late in the playoffs, but they seem like a defense that could come up with a timely turnover. You know, something and I understand it has to be a fumble because it's not going to be a pick. Okay. I they're not a great defense. But they seem to have a knack at least recently forgetting turnovers getting the ball out of the hands the other team, and that's gonna be important in the postseason. Thanks to the. To the phone. Call Jordan briefed it. They had three sacks today on car. Let's go to Tim and Kansas City. Tim, thanks for calling. You're welcome guys doing doing great, man. What's up? I this two. Couple of quick points is. One of lied. He would still have his job agreed place out of work that you lie to your employers. You know, you're going to probably get fired bottom line. And you know, I think the my I'm not gonna say there was a cover up. But I think the chief's crown office. They knew little bit more about this all along they were just trying to hide it under the rug so to speak. And see what happened? And of course, we all see what happened. See I agree with him. I think there is some some rug sweeping going on. I don't necessarily agree with him. But I don't think it's completely throw it out the window. What I think happened between the NFL and the chiefs. I think the NFL said we got this investigation. We'll get to the bottom of it at least based upon the reports come out and whether the chiefs or NFL were investigating it. They decided themselves not to take it far enough. And so it's one of those things like, you know, you have your spouse or your boyfriend or girlfriend or whatever like that. There's white lies. It's almost like that. Or they didn't they didn't go in. And you know, your your wife or girlfriend may get mad at this. Maybe you just don't share that part of your day and not that you did anything wrong. But guess what? It's probably not gonna go over. Well, you ought to have a peaceful night. So you're not gonna tell them. That's what the NFL feels like in this situation. They didn't wanna find it. So they didn't look for it. That's what it comes off to me. You can jump in. You want to be last call? You can't five seven six seven six ten five seven six seven six ten last. Call brought to you by Lucas wine and spirits superstore with their news location. Now open just west of liberty. At one fifty two and flit lock next to the best buy..