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"damien echols" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"But just before the bottom of the hour. We were talking with John Douglas about serial killer police officers in that motif gets used all the time doesn't it about, you know, mostly in works of fiction about you. And I were not so different. You know, the killer tells the cop and the cop feels wonder one way or another about it. And but that that duality I think the idea of the, you know, cops and robbers that they're much more connected than they have more common than they don't where are you with that? You were just talking about a case of a police officer who had committed serious crimes using the cover of the badge. We we didn't have a whole lot of those cases the head of a case out of San Diego where it was a a police officer who would teach rape prevention ended up being a a rapist, and we're able to Lincoln forensically through a badge the fibers from the bangle badge. We're on the victims that we got into the interrogation and able to get the concession out of him a big one we did part of our thirty six serial killers. In the initial study was guy named Gerald safer in Florida bounced from department to department small departments, and and they would get rid of him. But they would give him a good recommendation. Just so they could get get rid of him. He ended up getting caught. He he picked up two girls hitchhiking in his police vehicle took him to a motel later on it came back. The next day to pick them up in his personal car on his personal car trailer hitch and his thing would be sex. Hanging. So he took these girls out into no. Area up to the girls got away got away. And then the rest was made. But then the search search was done of residents. We had diaries where he wrote about some previous crimes at the police never really tied anything to him. They found some Keith belonging to victims as well in the search warrant, so he was good. He was convicted on to they Lincoln Lincoln about thirty thirty homicides, and he was killed in nineteen ninety-five another inmate stabs into death in prison down in Florida. So when you hear that would you hear something like that does that bring you some sense of relief for or Justice, or how do you how do you process that? Yeah. I. I have when it comes to death valley. I've changed a little bit a little bit here. I was on a panel two weeks ago New York with Amanda Knox, the Knox get out of prison in Italy. And they also heard of the case the west Memphis three. Oh, yeah. Totally. Yeah. I case very, and so I helped Damien Echols was on the path. And Joe Berlinger was on the panel with mix. I helped him get out of prison with Peter Jackson director Lord of the rings. Brought me in at the time. Everything was secret along with this group of forensic, you know, experts. So you see cases like that. And now that I'm out of the bureau. I I couldn't do these kind of cases in the bureau, but now out of the bureau, I've been helping on cases where I see false. Confessions have been been given by innocent people wrongful wrongful convictions like in the west Memphis three like Amanda Knox with where they bring in attack team the case, Amanda Knox. They brought in ten police officers. Detectives who were gonna interrogator attached team over forty hours to break down. And I always say an innocent person is easy to ensure gate. Than than the criminal himself or herself because the innocent person when they're curated light like this by some say, it's a corrupt the investigator. They think that the person being targeted that this will be over here that will come out. I get my attorney they'll know that. And but meanwhile, you can fast or you've you've signed a confession. And the problem too. Is that it should be required everywhere, including FBI FBI doesn't use. This is is the tape tape the interrogation tape, the interviews. And I mean from the beginning to the end not turning the tape record on after you got the confession. Because you've made or a scrupulous cop of facts of the case. Now, you regurgitating back. So all the jurors will hear is. Oh, yeah. He knew everything about the case. So he had to be him. So. So I changed. But when I see these predatory types, and is all kinds of evidence that we have all not just I witnessed testimony or some jailhouse snitch or something like that that I I I worry that. And I get a lot of calls from people are saying because my attitude when I when people say, oh, yeah. That prisons are full innocent. You know, people kind of sarcastically. But they are we have a case in Virginia here Norfolk four four four navy then independently confessed to a crime they had nothing to do with. And they got a concession. But then there's DNA didn't match. But then they got him to give another navy, man. Name cough up a name. They did an interrogation the DNA. Imagine this what four four. And they end the guys went to prison for years, and they finally got out not too many years ago. Joseph in Boston has a follow up question about police officers. Don't know Joseph you're talking with John Douglas on coast to coast AM. And I wanna say hi to my friends and shade tree, computer guy. Yes. I'm here. A blind person. We have a police officer. Can you give your contact info out of the end? 'cause I don't I'm not too good on the engine case people need we have a lot of people in prison that are innocent. What does one do when one is going to be questioned because I know police officer. I don't know personally. I saw the video that killed a guy that was in a fire, and he went rammed and Ray he wasn't respond. He blood all over this. And he was doing this in the witness said, he did nothing then there were other police officers Ozark the guy on the ground nineteen times at one handle it. And if we ever get arrested. What should we do if especially for innocent and questions go ahead? You don't talk. I don't care if it's you're pulled over for traffic. Stop. I tell my own children as you go. And and say, I want to have an attorney attorney ITO represent right away. I'm not saying there is a small percentage and every look at the FBI as well. We have we have percentage we'll have David Hanson, Robert Hanssen. Gave information. Yeah. To russia. You should not be taken to a room interrogated, and you should require request. You wanna speak to your your attorney as soon as soon as? Innocent. This will come out. But, but you know, you can nip you late the manipulate someone even to confessed do be browbeaten and a lot of innocent people won't request in an attorney. They don't because they think I'll explain it to them. And but the tactics that us. You can be vulnerable. I mean, I've seen so many cases and people even like Amanda stage with her so people think she's guilty. There was no forensic evidence. Lincoln case, it was one guy. Rudy good day is bloody prints thing. Prince the fecal matter in the toilet. It's him. It's not Amanda. It's not Ravi else. Licio the boyfriend that nothing nothing the west Memphis three. They they interrogate a kid with a seventy two I q you told them. There was cheese on the moon, any would've agreed with you and broke them. You know, broke this down. He had nothing, you know, nothing to do. None none of the crime. But they spent eighteen years in prison Damian spent ten on death row when they were finally freed. And fortunately the ice. I spoke to the that the district attorney says what do they want? What are they want? They want to be exonerated. And he says, well, I don't know. I don't know about. That what do you need turned out? Why you didn't know about exonerating because he was running for political office. Right. And he votes looking for, you know, this is so engine we're talking with John Douglas. You'll have a few more minutes, and then we'll get to open lines. But I'm going to. I'm going to ask you at the very end of follow up question from this. But first, let's get to sue in Atlanta on wildcard line on coast to coast AM for John Douglas, sue. Thanks.

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"damien echols" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Twenty four seven FM. But just before the bottom of the hour. We were talking with John Douglas about serial killer police officers in that motif gets used all the time doesn't it about, you know, mostly in works of fiction about you. And I we're not so different. You know, the killer tells the cop and the cop feels wonder one way or another about it. And but that that to -ality, I think the that idea the, you know, cops and robbers that they're much more connected than they have more in common than they don't where are you with that? You were just talking about a case of a police officer who had committed serious crimes using the the cover of the bad. We we didn't have a whole lot of those cases case out of San Diego. Where was a a police officer who would teach. Ended up being a a rapist, and we able to link him forensically through a badge the fibers from the badge. We're on the victims that we got into the interrogation, and we're able to get a confession out of him. A big one that we did our thirty six serial killers. In the initial study was named Gerald Shafer in Florida he bounced from department to department small departments, and and they would get rid of him. We give him a good recommendation. Just get get rid of him. He ended up getting caught. He he picked up two girls hitchhiking in his police vehicle took him to a motel later on it came back. The next day to pick them up in his personal car on his personal car trailer hitch and his thing would be sexual hanging. So he took these girls out into no. Up to the girls got away got away. And then the rest was made. Then the search was done residents. We had diaries where he wrote about some previous crimes at the police never really tied anything to him. They found some Keith belonging to victims as well in search warrant. So he was good. He was convicted on to they Lincoln Lincoln about thirty thirty homicides, and he was killed in nineteen ninety-five. Another inmate stabbed them to death in prison down in Florida. So when you hear that would you hear something like that does that bring you some sense of relief for Justice, or how do you how do you process that? Yeah. I I have when it comes to death penalty. I've changed a little bit a little bit. Here. I was on a panel two weeks ago in New York with Amanda Knox. Get out of prison in Italy. And also heard of the case the west is three. Oh, yeah. Totally. Yeah. Case very coasters. And so I helped Damien Echols was on the path. And Joe Berlinger was on the panel with mix. I helped him get out of prison with Peter Jackson director Lord of the rings. Brought me in at the time. Everything was secret along with this group of forensic. You know, you know, experts. So you see cases like that. And now that I'm out of the bureau. I I couldn't do these kind of cases in the bureau, but now out of euro, I've been helping on cases where I I see false. Confessions have been given by innocent people wrongful wrongful convictions like in the west Memphis three like Amanda Knox with where they bring in attack the case, Amanda Knox. They brought in ten police officers. Detectives who interrogator. Attack team over forty hours to break down and always say an innocent person is easy to ensure gate, and then the Kremlin himself or herself because the innocent person when they're curated by some say corrupt the investigator. They think that the person being targeted. Well, this will be over here. I get my attorney that and but meanwhile, you can fast or you've you've signed a confession. And the problem too. Is that it should be required everywhere, including FBI FBI doesn't use. This is is the tape hate the interrogation tape, the interviews. And and I mean from the beginning to the end not turning the tape recorder on you got the confession because even or a scrupulous copy of facts of the case. Now, you regurgitating back. So all the jurors here is just person he knew everything about the case. He him. So I changed. But when I see these predatory types, and is this all kinds of evidence that we have all. Not just I witnessed testimony or some jailhouse snitch or something like that that I I I worry that. And I get a lot of calls from people are saying because my attitude when I when people say. Oh, yeah. The prisons are full innocent. It is, you know, people kind of sarcastically. But they are we have a case in Virginia here north four four four navy then independently confessed to a crime that nothing to do with. And they got a confession. But then his DNA didn't match. But then they got him to give another navy, man. Name cough up a name. They did an interrogation the DNA. Four four. And the guys went to prison for years, and he finally got out not too many years ago. Joseph in Boston has a follow up question about police officers. Don't know why Joseph you're talking with John Douglas on coast to coast AM. Good morning. And I wanna say hi to my friends shade, tree, computer. Yes, I'm here. A blind person. We have a police officer. Can you give your contact info at the end? 'cause I don't I'm not the case people need we have a lot of people in prison that are innocent. What does one do when one is going to be questioned because I know police officer personally, I saw the video that killed a guy that was in a fire, and he went rammed and Ray he wasn't respond. He blood all over this. And he was doing this in the witness said, he did nothing then there were other police officers, the taste the guy on the ground nineteen times and handle it. And if we ever get arrested. What should we do for innocent and questions? Go ahead talk. You don't talk you. I don't care if it's your pulled over for traffic. Stop. My own children as you go in and say, I want to have an attorney attorney represent right away. Because I'm not saying there is a small percentage and every look at the FBI as well. We have we have a percentage, we'll have David Hanson, Robert Hanssen. Gave information you have to you know to Russia via. You should not be taken to a room interrogated. You should require requests you wanna speak to your to your attorney as soon as as soon as. Innocent. This will come out. But, but you know, you can manipulate behavior you manipulate someone even confessed do be browbeaten and a lot of innocent people won't request an attorney. They they don't they think explain it to them. And but the tactics of the us. I mean, you can be vulnerable. I mean, I've seen so many cases and or people even like, Amanda. Stayed with her. People think she's guilty. There was no forensic evidence. Lincoln case there was one guy. Rudy day is. Bloody prints thing. Prince the fecal matter in the toilet. It's him. It's nine Amanda. It's not rough yells the boyfriend nothing nothing the west Memphis three. They they interrogate a kid with seventy two I q you told them. There was cheese on the moon. Any would have agreed with you and broke them. You know, the broke the this kid down. He had nothing, you know, nothing to do. None of them out. Crime. But they spent eighteen years in prison Damian spent ten on death row when they were finally freed. And fortunately the ice. I spoke to the that the district attorney says what do they want? What do they want? They want to be exonerated. And he says, well, I don't know about that. Yeah. What do you need? Why didn't know about exonerating because he was running for political office, and he votes. Yes. Looking for, you know, this is so we're talking with John Douglas. You'll have a few more minutes, and then we'll get to open lines. But I'm gonna I'm gonna ask you at the very end of follow up question from this. But first, let's get to do in Atlanta on wildcard line on coast to coast AM for John Douglas, sue. I.

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"damien echols" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But just before the bottom of the hour. We were talking with John Douglas about serial killer police officers in that motif gets used all the time doesn't it about, you know, mostly in works of fiction about you. And I were not so different. You know, the killer tells the cop and the cop feels wonder one way or another about it. And but that that duality I think the idea of the, you know, cops and robbers that they're much more connected than they have more in common than they don't where are you with that? You were just talking about a case of a police officer who had committed serial crimes using the cover of the badge. Yeah. We we. We didn't have a whole lot of those cases. I had a case out of San Diego where a a police officer who would teach rape prevention ended up being a rapist, and we're able to Lincoln forensically through a badge the fibers from. The basical badge. We're on the victims that we got into the interrogation. We're able to get a concession out of him. A big one that we did part of our thirty six serial killers. In the initial study was got him Gerald Shafer in Florida. He balanced from department to department small departments, and and would get rid of him. But they would give him a good recommendation. Just so they can get get rid of him. He ended up getting caught. He he picked up two girls hitchhiking in this. Police vehicle took him to a motel and later on it came back the next day to pick them up in his personal car on his personal car. He had a trailer hitch and his thing would be sexual hanging. So he took these girls out into no, no area. Gosh item up to one of the girls got away got away. And then the rest was made. But then the starts search was done of his residence. We had diaries. Where he wrote about some freebies crimes at the police. Never really tied anything to him. They found some Keith the longing to victims as well in the search warrant, so he was good. He was convicted on to they Lincoln Lincoln about thirty thirty homicides, and he was killed in nineteen ninety five. Another inmate stabbed today in prison down in Florida. So when you hear that would you hear something like that does that bring you some sense of relief for Justice, or how do you how do you process that? Yeah. I I've I have when it comes to death penalty. I've changed a little bit a little bit here. I was on a panel two weeks ago, New York with Amanda Knox. I helped them in the next get out of prison in Italy. And also if you heard of the case, the west of this three. Oh, yeah. Totally. Yeah. Case for. And so I helped they mean Damien Echols was on the patio and Joe Berlinger was on the panel with mixed. I helped him get out of prison with Peter Jackson director Lord of the rings. Brought me and at that time everything was secret along with this group of forensic. You know, you know, experts. So you see cases like that. And now that I'm out of euro, I I couldn't do these kind of cases in the bureau, but now out of your I've been helping cases where I see false. Confessions have been that given by innocent people wrongful wrongful convictions like in the west Memphis, three like Amanda Knox with where they bring in a tag team match the case man that Knox. They brought in ten police officers. Detectives who were interrogator attaching over forty hours to break down. And I always say an innocent person is easy to ensure gate than than the criminal himself or herself because the innocent person when they're curated by some say corrupt the investigator. They think that the person being targeted well. This will be over. Here tooth will come out. I get my attorney they'll know that. But meanwhile, you confess or you've you've signed a confession. And the problem too. Is that it should be required everywhere, including FBI FBI doesn't use. This is is the tape tape the interrogation tape, the interviews. And I mean from the beginning to the end not not turning the tape recorder on after you got the confession because you've or a scrupulous cop. Facts of the case. Now, you regurgitating back. So all the jurors will hear is. Oh, yeah. Just person. He knew everything about the case. So. Him. So. So I changed, but when I see these predatory types, and is there's all kinds of evidence that we have all not just I witnessed testimony or some jailhouse snitch or something like that that. Yeah. I I I worry that. And I get a lot of calls from people are saying because my attitude when I when people would say, oh, yeah. That prisons are full innocent people kinda sarcastically. But are we have a case in Virginia here north four four four navy then independently confessed to a crime they had nothing to do with. And they got a concession. But then his DNA to match, but then they got into give another navy man's name cough up a name. They did an interrogation the DNA. Did this what do four four? And they end the guys went to prison for years, and he finally got out too many years ago. Joseph in Boston has a follow up question about police officers. Don't know why Joseph you're talking with John Douglas on coast to coast AM. And I wanna say hi to my friends, and they treat computer guy. Yes. I'm. I'm a vine person we have a police officer a lot of them. And can you give your contact info out of the end? 'cause I don't I'm not going to be in case people need we have a lot of people in prison that are innocent. What does one do when one is going to be questioned because I know police officer. I don't know personally. I saw the video that killed a guy that was in a fire, and he went rammed and rave. He wasn't response. He blood all over this. And he was doing this in the witness said he did nothing, and there were other police officers Ozark taste the guy on the ground nineteen times has one handle it. And if we ever get arrested. What should we do if especially for innocent and who questions go ahead? I'll talk you don't talk you you. I don't care if it's your pulled over for traffic stop. I would tell my own children as you go. And and say, I want to have an attorney attorney, you know, represent. Right away that 'cause I'm not saying that is a small percentage and every look at the FBI as well. We have a we have a Senate. We'll have like David Hanson, Robert says name. New information, you know to Russia. I mean, if you you should not be taken to a room interrogated, and you should require requests, you wanna speak to your to your attorney students as soon as right away. Because you're innocent. This will come out, but but you know, you can manipulate behavior the nippy late someone even confessed to being browbeaten and a lot of innocent people won't request in an attorney. They don't because they think I'll explain it to them. And but the tactics of the us I mean, you can be vulnerable. I I mean, I've seen so many cases, and what people even like a man that stage with her just still people think she's guilty. There was no forensic evidence. Lincoln case, it was one guy. Rudy day is forensic prince thing prince the fecal matter in the toilet. It's him. It's not Amanda. It's not Rafeal slipped. It the boyfriend nothing. Nothing the west Memphis three. They they interrogate a kid with seventy two I q you could've told them. There was cheese. On the moon. Any would have agreed with you? And they broke them. You know, broke this kid down. He had nothing, you know, nothing to do. None of them anything to do with the crime. But they spent eighteen years in prison Damien spent ten on death row when they were finally freed. And fortunately, the I spoke to the that the district attorney says what do they want what they want? They want to be exonerated. And he says, well, I don't know. I don't know about that. What do you do? You. Don't know. I I don't know. I turned out why didn't know about exonerating because he was running for political office. Right. And he. Looking for, you know, this is so we're talking with John Douglas. You'll have a few more minutes, and then we'll get to open lines. But I'm gonna I'm gonna ask you at the very end of all up question from this. But first, let's get to sue in Atlanta on wildcard line on coast to coast AM for John Douglas, sue. Thanks for.

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"damien echols" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Just before the bottom of the hour. We were talking with John Douglas about serial killer police officers in that motif gets used all the time doesn't it about, you know, mostly in works of fiction about us. We're not so different. You know, the killer tells the cop and the cop feels wonder one way or another about it. And but that that -ality I think the idea of the, you know, cops and robbers that they're much more connected than they have more common than they don't where are you with that? You were just talking about a case of a police officer who had committed serious crimes using the the cover of the badge. Yeah. We we. We didn't have a whole lot of those cases. I had a case out of San Diego where a a police officer who would teach rape prevention ended up being a a rapist, and we're able to Lincoln forensically through a badge the fibers. The basil. Badge on the victims that we got into the interrogation and were able to get a concession out of him. A big one that we did part of our thirty six serial killers. In the initial study was got him Gerald Shafer in Florida. He balanced from department to department small departments, and and would get rid of him. But they give him a good recommendation. Just so they can get get rid of him. He ended up getting caught. He he picked up two girls hitchhiking in this. Police vehicle took them to motel and then later on it came back the next day to pick them up in his personal car on his personal car had a trailer hitch and his thing would be sexual hanging. So he took these girls out into no area. Hi, them up to one of the girls got away got away. And then the rest was made. But then the starts search was done of residents. We had diaries where he wrote about some previous crimes at the police. Never really tied anything to him. They found some Keith the longing to victims as well in the search warrant, so he was good. He was. Onto they Lincoln linking about thirty thirty homicides. And he was killed in nineteen ninety-five. Another inmate stabbed to death in prison and Florida. So when you hear that when you hear something like that does that bring you some sense of relief for Justice, or how do you how do you process that? Yeah. I I've I have. When it comes to death valley. I've changed a little bit a little bit here. I was on a panel two weeks ago New York with Amanda, I helped them get out of prison in an Italy. And also heard of the case the west Memphis three. Oh, yeah. Totally. Yeah. I felt like very closely. And so I helped they need Damien Echols was on the patio. And Joe Berlinger was on the panel with helped him get out of prison with Peter Jackson director Lord of the rings brought me and at the time everything was secret along with this group of forensic. You know, you know, experts. So you see cases like that. And now that I'm out of the bureau. I I couldn't do these kind of cases in the bureau, but now out of your I've been helping on cases where I see false. Confessions have been given by innocent people wrongful wrongful convictions like in the west Memphis three like Amanda Knox with where they bring. In a tag team education. The man that I know they brought in ten police officers. Detectives who were good interrogator attack team over forty hours to break down. And I always say an innocent person is easy to ensure than than the criminal himself or herself because the innocent person when they're curated like this by some say, it's a corrupt the investigator. They think that the person being targeted. Well, this will be over here to will come out. I get my attorney they'll know that. But meanwhile, you can fast or you've you've signed a confession. And the problem too. Is that it should be required everywhere, including FBI FBI doesn't use. This is is the tape tape the interrogation tape, the interviews. And I mean from the beginning to the end not not turning the tape recorder on after you got the. Specia- because even or a scrupulous cop. Facts of the case. Now, you regurgitating back. So all the jurors will hear is. Oh, yeah. Just personally he knew everything about the case. So he had to be him. So I changed. But when I see these predatory types, and there's all kinds of evidence that we have all. Not just I witnessed the money or some jailhouse snitch or something like that that. Yeah. I I I worry that. And I get a lot of calls from people are saying because my attitude when I when people say Minnesota. Oh, yeah. Prisons are fully innocent is, you know, people kinda sarcastically. But they are we have a case in Virginia here north four four four navy then independently confessed to a crime they had nothing to do with. And they got a confession. But then his DNA to match. But then they got him to give another navy, man. Name cough up a name. They did an interrogation the DNA. Did this? What four they got four. And they and the guys went to prison for years, and he finally got out not too many years ago. Joseph in Boston has a follow up question about police officers. Don't know why. But Joseph you're talking with John Douglas on coast to coast AM. And I wanna say hi to my friends and shade tree, computer. Yes. I'm. A blind person. We have a police officer a lot of them. And can you give your contact info out of the end? 'cause I don't I'm not too good engine case people need we have a lot of people in prison that are innocent. What does one do when one it's going to be questioned because I know police officer. I don't know personally. I saw the video that killed a guy that was in a fire. He went rammed. And Ray he wasn't response. He blood all over this. And he was doing this. In the witnesses said he did nothing, and there were other police officers Ozark taste the guy on the ground nineteen times one handle it. And if we ever get arrested. What should we do if especially for innocent and questions? Go ahead talk. You don't talk you you. I don't care if it's a pulled over for traffic stop. I would tell my own children as you go. And and say, I have an attorney we'll have attorney, you know, represent. Right away. 'cause I'm not saying there is a small percentage and every look at the FBI as well. We have we have percents. We'll have like David hazard Robert hand says name. New information. You have you know to Russia? I mean, if you should not be taken to a room interrogated, you should require request. You wanna speak to your your attorney as soon as as soon as right away. Because you're innocent. This will come out. But, but you know, you can manipulate the you manipulate someone either confessed to being browbeaten d- and a lot of innocent people won't request an attorney. They don't because they think well, I'll explain it to them. And but the tactics that use I mean, you can be vulnerable. I mean, I've seen so many cases and where people even like a man that stage with her just so people think she's guilty. There was no forensic evidence. Lincoln case there was one guy. Really good day is forensic bloody prints thing prince the fecal matter in the toilet. It's him. It's not Amanda. It's not Ravi else. Let you know the boyfriend nothing nothing the west Memphis three they they ensure get a kid with seventy two I q you told them. There was cheese. On the moon. Any would have agreed with you? And they broke them broke this kid down. He had nothing. You know, nothing to do. None. None of them anything to do with the crime. But they spent eighteen years in prison Damian spent ten on death row when they were finally freed, unfortunately, the I spoke to the that the district attorney they says what do they want? What are they they wanna be exonerated? And he says, well, I don't know. I don't know about that. What do you need? Well, I don't know. I turned out why didn't know about exonerating because he was running for political office. Right. And. Looking for you know, this is so engine we're talking with John Douglas. You'll have a few more minutes, and then we'll get to open lines. But I'm going to. I'm going to ask you at the very end of follow up question from this. But first, let's get to do in Atlanta on a wildcard line coast to coast AM for John Douglas, sue. Thanks for the completely.

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"damien echols" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A a police officer who would teach rape prevention ended up being a rapist, and we're able to Lincoln forensically through a badge the fibers from the basical badge. We're on the victims that we got into the interrogation and able to get a confession out of him. A big one that we did part of our thirty six uh serial killers. In the initial study was got him Gerald Shafer in Florida. He balanced from department to department small departments, and and they would get rid of him. But they give him a good recommendation. Just so they get get rid of him. He ended up getting caught. He he picked up two girls hitchhiking in his police vehicle took him through a motel later on it came back the next day to pick them up in his personal car on his personal car. He had a trailer hitch and his thing would be sex. Hanging. So he took these girls out into no no area high up to the one of the girls got away got away. And then the rest was made. Then the starts. Search was done of his residence. We had diaries where he wrote about some previous crimes at the police never really tied anything to him. They found some Keith belonging to victims as well in the search warrant, so he was good. He was convicted them onto they Lincoln like about thirty thirty homicides, and he was killed in nineteen ninety-five at other inmate stabbed today in prison down in Florida. So when you hear that would you hear something like that does that bring you some sense of relief or or Justice, or how do you how do you process that? Yeah. I I've I have. When it comes to death valley. I've changed a little bit a little bit here. I was on a panel two weeks ago, New York with Amanda Knox. I helped him in the next get out of prison in Italy. And also heard of the case the west Memphis three. Oh, yeah. Totally. Yeah. I case very close series. And so I helped Damien Echols was on the path. And Joe Berlinger was on the panel with mix. I helped him get out of prison with Peter Jackson director Lord of the rings. Brought me in at the time. Everything was secret along with this group of forensic. You know, you know, experts. So you see cases like that. And now that I'm out of the bureau. I I couldn't do these kind of cases in the bureau, but now out of your I've been helping on cases where I I see false. Confessions have been been given by innocent people wrongful wrongful convictions like in the west Memphis three like Amanda Knox with where they bring. In a tag team match the case, Amanda Knox. They brought in ten police officers. Detectives who interrogator attack team over forty hours to break down and always say an innocent person is easy to ensure gate, then then the criminal himself or herself because the innocent person when they're curated by some say corrupt the investigator. They think that the person being targeted this will be over here. The truth will come out. I get my attorney they'll know that. And but meanwhile, you confess or you've you've signed a confession and problem too. Is that it should be required everywhere, including FBI FBI doesn't use. This is is the Cape tape the interrogation tape, the interviews. And I mean from the beginning to the end not not turning the tape recorder on after you got to. Because you've made or a scrupulous cop me. Facts of the case. Now, you regurgitating back. So all the jurors here is oh, yeah. He knew everything about the case. So he him so. So I changed. But when I see these predatory types and his his all kinds of evidence that we have all. Yeah. Not just I witnessed testimony or some jailhouse snitch or something like that that. Yeah. I I I worry that. And I get a lot of calls from people are saying in because my attitude when I when people say Minnesota. Oh, yeah. Prisons are fully innocent. You know, people kinda sarcastically. But they are we have a case in Virginia here Norfolk four four four navy then independently confessed to a crime they had nothing to do with. And they got a concession. But then his DNA to match, but then they got him to give another navy man's name cough up a name. They did an interrogation the DNA. Did this? What.

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"damien echols" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"I felt that case very close series. And so I helped they me and Damien Echols was on the path. And Joe Berlinger was on the panel with mixed. I helped him get out of prison with Peter Jackson director Lord of the rings brought me and at the time everything was secret along with this group of forensic. You know, you know, experts. So you see cases like that. And now that I'm out of the bureau. I I couldn't do these kind of cases in the bureau, but now out of euro, I've been helping on cases where I see false. Confessions have been that given by innocent people wrongful wrongful convictions like in the west Memphis, three like in Amanda Knox with where they bring in a tag team match the case a man that I know they brought in ten police officers. Detectives who are gonna interrogate or attack team over forty hours to break down. And I always say an innocent person is easy to ensure gate than than the Kremlin himself or herself. Because the innocent person when they're derogated. Like this by some say, it's corrupt the investigator. They think that the person being targeted at this will be over here that come out. I get my attorney they'll know that. And but meanwhile, you can fast or you've you've signed a confession and problem too. Is that it should be required everywhere, including FBI FBI doesn't use. This is is the tape tape the interrogation tape, the interviews. And I mean from the beginning to the end not not turning the tape recorder on after you got the because even or a scrupulous cop. Facts of the case. Now, you regurgitating back. So all the jurors will hear is. Oh, yeah. It's just personally he knew everything about the case. So. Him. So. So I changed, but when I see these predatory types, and there's there's all kinds of evidence that we have all not just I witnessed on some jailhouse snitch or something like that that. Yeah. I I I worry, and I get a lot of calls from people are saying because my attitude when I when people say Minnesota. Oh, yeah. That prisons are full innocent. It is, you know, people kinda sarcastically. But they are we have a case in Virginia here Norfolk four four four navy then independently confess to a crime they had nothing to do with and they got a concession. But then his DNA to match, but then they got him to give another navy man's name cough up a name. They did an interrogation the DNA to match this four four. And they and the guys went to prison for years, and they finally got out not that too many years ago. Joseph in Boston has a follow up question about police officers. Don't know why. But Joseph you're talking with John Douglas on coast to coast AM. And I wanna say hi to my friends, and they treat computer. Yes. I'm here. I'm a vine person we have a police officer a lot of them. And can you give your contact info out of the end? 'cause I don't I'm not too good. The case people need we have a lot of people in prison that are innocent. What does one do when one is going to be questioned because I know police officer. I don't know personally. I saw the video that killed a guy that was in a fire, and he rammed and Ray he wasn't response..

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"damien echols" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Think Again

"I don't want. I don't want to privatize any kind of. Of social safety net. And it shouldn't be and I'm sure they're conservatives who are thinking of that too. But I I don't know if it's an either or I don't think there's a whole bunch of you know, I don't think there's a huge American underclass just waiting for handouts. So they can no longer do anything with their lives. Of course. You know? I wasn't. I certainly not suggesting that no that's not what I'm saying. I'm saying that for stuff like healthcare snowflake, you know, just kind of basic quality of life snuff that that Sean to resist in a thriving country. Right that that should be. We should be doing that mentally not just at the whim of Bill that also. But I also would appreciate if the billions billionaire spent more one either because all the money in the world couldn't stop Steve Jobs, Dan of cancer. But some Parigi intensive cancer research probably could've. Oh, yeah. So I totally agree. It doesn't have to be an either or and I don't want Bill Gates to close his foundation. God. No. I think. That's great. I just don't want that to be the only I don't wanna world predicated on the hopeful generosity of billionaires. Right because it can take generosity. And then we're we right. That's why I saw idea of little erasing you go from a little better the radical until there is none is ludicrous home anymore. Former presidents should have diseases that the research funding for. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. Exactly. Yeah. Until it stops. All right. Let's take a look at the second quit. All right. This is Damien echoes the author of high magic. And it's why I wear my life on my body basically about tattoos. Tattoos for me. One of the reason I started to get them is because when I was in prison when you go to prison, they they completely strip you of an identity. You don't even have a name anymore. You're giving a number. My number was S K nine three one. That means I was the nine hundred and thirty first person sentenced to death in Arkansas to the state of Arkansas, I was not Damien Echols. I was inmate s k nine three one. They take your clothes. They take your name. There were even times when I was shackled to a chair and had my head shaved against my will just to make you look like every other prison prisoner in the prison. You know, there's they don't want any form of identity any form of humanity. So I learned that pretty much everything can be stripped away from you, accept your skin. That was why started tattooing things that were meaningful to me bonds. I shared with other people, you know, f- friends anyone from Johnny Depp. And peter. Jackson. We got tattooed together to just people that were friends of mine in the tattoo shop, you know. It's like if you have a photograph you can lose that photograph it can be torn up. It can be you know, disintegrate through time. But whenever you carry something on your body. It's almost like you have a suit of armor made out of the things that are meaningful to you. So a lot of the things I have on me were not only things that I shared with friends like Representative of bonds that I had with other people. But I started to also use talisman Cigielski. What tells me are we were talking about thought forms while ago? Well, some things are really hard to visualize. If you want to put energy in manifesting, something say, for example, happiness, so you don't know what will make you happy. You just know that you're not happy at this particular time in your life. You're not happy with your job. But you don't know one job would make you happy. You're not happy in your relationship. And you don't know exactly what sort of relationship you want to be in. That would bring happiness you can use a talisman or a single too. To take a concept like happiness and break it down into a symbolic form that will bypass the conscious mind and can be fired directly into the subconscious. Because it just looks like a squiggly line for the most part..

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"damien echols" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"I said before as well, I'm not a huge Jim Acosta fan, but at the same time as the judge that Trump appointed agreed with the man deserves his press credentials or his White House credentials. Do you feel under this past? What is it went about two years? Now, I know we're all eight I feel like it's been thirty years. We've been living under this under this guy as president. Do you feel like it's gotten worse in your experience over these past two years people being more vocal against your profession. Yeah. And I will sometimes when when I do admit that I'm a journalist people will say things like, oh, like almost like you're saying that you're a lawyer terrible. Like that. But I will say I mean, mostly I think it's entirely undeserved and frightening and the free press, a cornerstone of democracy and everything, but I do think there's if I was going to be devil's advocate or something and find a like a smidgen of truth in any of it. I do feel like as a person who lives not in a big city on the coast. I can sometimes. He'll why people like the news media doesn't understand or represents. There's there can't be like a condescending or or like frankly ignorant by occasionally. But that doesn't mean people should be. That means we should have more journalists there should be more ownerless, not not less than not more inch sedation. Right. I completely agree. I mean, we travel all around this country and the world do it our show, and I love going to the smaller places. We were just in Dallas in Austin. We were in Houston last year, Texas is absolutely gorgeous. But you go to places like Oklahoma City. And you you go to smaller towns in Saint Louis or or around Saint Louis, and you do get that vibe where people just feel as if the the mainstream media hate that that term at this point. But they do they do feel like there's a massive disconnect. So I understand some of the resentment regarding that. And you know, as newsrooms, get defended and the smaller newspapers don't have the money to hire people and do the work, then people in Oklahoma City, or wherever I seeing the result of knows on the positive thing that it can do in our lives and so right? They're seeing talking head on TV, you know. Yup. Kind of the clear channel effect. What happened with radio where now it's just all of radio in this country is four DJ's in south Florida. They're supposed to talk to the entire country. Completely agree. Thank you so much for your insights on that. So you recently had a chance to profile Damien Echols, of course, Damien Echols out and he's doing his book tour, and you also have a book coming out yourself. It is called a true crime book. It's called savage appetites. Can you tell me a little bit? What was the main interest? Why why did you choose as far as as far as your journalistic focus to be true crime was that because of the more recent boom, or because criminal Justice reform, perhaps has been something you've thought about in the past wide true crime now. Well, I'm lucky bloomed coincided, although conflicted because I think I have trouble with the bent kill. Well, why tell me about that? Because this is an interesting phenomenon we were I mean, Marcus Henry, and I constantly. Discussed this. And as a matter of fact, we were talking about this in the right in our Peter curtains series before World War Two in Germany, obviously, the rise of far right fascism. True. Crime was also a huge component of their culture. It was a true crime. Boom. Everyone was reading the salacious details of murder on a regular basis. Why do you think true crime is? So big right now. And what are your what makes you trepidation about it? Well, I feel like I should say you have to read the book. I can't I can't summit up book. But I got to read the book yet. It's not out yet. So you can't okay. I think. Hillary interested in my women are so interested in you're writing to be my focus because if you if you think about it or you look at the statistics of bass majority of martyrs men, obviously majority of murder victims are men most criminal. Prosecutors. Criminal defense, lawyers are all men homicide detectives, they're all men, but the people who consume straight..

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"damien echols" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Those tell the stories in gift thoughts in theories, a wait for Tuesday's to get here. Just to see what y'all have forests. So guess that's it by thanks Tedi. So I do particularly have facination with the medical related cases as well. It's probably because I've been in that profession how about you, of course. Doctor for years. Yeah. So it's always interesting. I think Dede kind of commented on it. But I I think that you Rini knew that this stuff wasn't going to work. Well, yeah, I think that was pretty clear from what I've read and seen about it. Yep. Which I think they should at least go to trial and let a jury decide, but it seems to me like he did. Yeah. I think he he knew that this was Floyd science. So did he had some wind chimes? I think going on there. I thought it was like a Jack in the box or something like a children's toy that was gonna pop. But I think it was just wind chimes. Yes. Okay. Anything else to say on Palo think we've know about him quite a bit. We have a lot of thoughts on him. But nothing else to save regarding dis comment. Okay. So the two katie's in DD in Holly, whose voice mails. We just played please write to me with your preferred shirt size in your address. So you can get your t-shirt. And then we'll move onto the emails to emails. I is from joy and joy says I love you guys. You take on true crime is fresh and fun. I'm hoping that at some point you and dick will take on the case of the west. Memphis, three would be great to hear your opinions on this most controversial case keep up the great work. And I'll see you at the quiet. Thanks for writing in with this case suggestion joy. So what do you have to say about the west Memphis three? These are three boys. Who when they were teenagers were tried and convicted in nineteen ninety. Four of the nineteen Ninety-three murders. Three boys in west. Memphis, arkansas. Damien Echols was sentenced to death. Jesse Miskelly junior was sentenced to life imprisonment plus two additional twenty or sentences and Jason Baldwin was sentenced to life imprisonment during the trial the prosecution asserted that the children were killed as part of a satanic ritual. Now, this is a very famous case and has been a number of documentaries said of explored the case celebrities musicians other people have helped fundraisers in the belief that the three young men convicted of the crime are innocent in July two thousand seven new forensic. Evidence was presented in the case status report jointly issued by the state and the defense team stated, although most of the genetic material recovered from the scene was attributable to the victims of the offenses some of it cannot be attributed to you the victims or the defendants so in October of two thousand. And seven the defense fo the second amended writ of habeas, corpus outlining the new evidence. And then following two thousand ten decision by the Arkansas supreme court regarding newly produced DNA evidence and potential juror misconduct. The west Memphis three negotiated a plea bargain on August, two thousand eleven they entered all of them out for please which allowed them to assert their innocence while acknowledging that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict them, the judge accepted, the please sentence them to time served and they were released with suspended sentences having served over eighteen years in prison. Wow. But that's a long time if you're innocent. So this was all part of the whole satanic panic situation here was and I'm not sure if you have evidence that of exonerated you way. Why would you enter an Alford plea, I guess just to make sure you get out of prison. Right. This is real. Guys, and they been in their half their lives. Right. So I think that is a good case suggestion. Yes, we'll be doing that. Okay. So we also have a case suggestion from Danny Danny says, my wife, and I are both retired at enjoy listening to your podcast.

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"damien echols" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Solar body. Wow. This is so cool, man. I'm so happy to be chatting with you. Because it's so nice. Because what really what you're saying? Is the reason that do this is to help? It's not like in. This is what I love because it's not like the these beings. Maybe boaty stuff is the right word for it. I don't know. But they usually and this is another word that sounds horrible. But they call them secret cheeks secret chiefs. Yeah. And this is when we were talking earlier, you were saying there is this possibility that you can actually make contact with someone who isn't antibody exactly who can start teaching. You exactly intentionally exact regardless if where you may be exactly yeah. And this is actually one of the teachings in. One of the teachers into bet. And I think his name was t- Lopa was this is how he learned was not from an embodied person. But from I think that avenue Kita cheval are Buddha came to him directly. And he got the dad that the the. Transmission? Yes, the spark not just only be passed from human to human. But it can also be passed from. I'll tell you two things one is that's partially. You ask how who trained me? How did I learn all this that partially? What started to happen to me? After a certain point. When I got to where I was doing magic for like five hours a day. I experienced the disintegration of ego of what I thought I was I the only way I can articulate it is I experienced myself as something like someone throwing a handful of sand into a tornado like I just come apart. It was terrifying. When we think of going through this process that we call enlightenment, we think it's like all bliss hours. It's not you die everything you think you are comes apart. I was absolutely terrified. I was convinced. I was going to die for short period of. Time. What eventually happened was. I realized well if I'm disintegrating than who is it. That's watching the disintegration process. I can't be disintegrating. If I'm watching the disintegration, therefore, I'm not what I thought. I was I am this observer that sort of in the background of what I thought I was. Once I realized that once that clicked into place, suddenly everything was okay. Then. This is where you start to sound crazy people. Sometimes it's exactly like what you described what the guy who is saying he received these teachings from below key tests Tetiaroa. I started to download things that for me, the the you know these things pass through cultural lenses. That's what I mean about the things that are in our psyche for me, it's the western stuff. What I started to perceive the way that I recognized. It was not as an eastern deity. But as. It's hard to say this because it sounds crazy. But as the deity that in ancient Mesopotamia, they called in Lille in L. I never heard this name before didn't know anything about it whatsoever. Whenever the process ended the disintegration process. It was like, suddenly you're in the storm this horrible fucking storm that you don't know if you're going to survive and suddenly it stops, and there's peace, and it's like the sunrise after you've gone through a week long hurricane and there's just this calm. And I saw when I say, so I don't mean with my physical is you perceive it somewhere internally I saw spelled out almost like a gentle win moving across the sky, the letters e in L I L. A couple of days go by before it even occurred to me that I'm like, okay? I don't know what the hell it is. But that's an interesting experience. It took a couple of days before even thought Google it. So I started looking at up to see what it is one thing led to another and. The more that I learned the more Piff, unease and realizations. I started to have. What I realized was when you first doing magic you invoke angels archangels, these are intelligences that underlie certain energies like it could be planetary inner energies, like mercury Jupiter, whatever it could be elemental energies, thera firewater. It could be the diarrheal energies, whatever it is. These are the intelligences that underlie these energies you invoke those directly into your oral into your energies, fear. The reason you do that what I always tell people magic think of it as like a glass of water that you leave sitting until it gets stagnant. And gross like a fish bowl..

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"damien echols" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"If you buy a lamp and bring it home, you don't bring it home to put it under a basket or in a closet, you bring it home to put it up high. So that it will luminated the room. What he's saying? Is that the more you use magic the more magic? We'll use you. Magic wants to spread in the world. Whatever you wanna call it. God the divine mind it wants to bring more of his presence into the world. So the more you're working to bring it into your life into yourself. The more will raise you up like that lamp so that other people see you and say, you know, what the hell's he got going on over. There looks pretty cool. So you're saying there's nothing to be ashamed of when it comes to to that sort of thing exa-. Yeah. I know. But it's funny thing, isn't it. Where like if you're having this experience or that experience? There's a sense that holy shit. Especially maybe in the beginning phases of it where you're like. Oh, are you kidding me? Like, it's it's like not only is it. Real. Yes. You do you want to go through the world in the beginning? I think everybody has whenever you start to see. Oh my God. This actually works. You want to start running around telling stop watching Jerry Springer and look at this stop worrying about what celebrities are getting divorced today. And look at this. I found something that you can use to change your life, but nobody really wants to to see it. And I think it's because we're all at different levels of consciousness, you have to wait for someone's consciousness to evolve to a vibrant, Tori rate that is going to be acceptable is going to be in a frame where they can accept this teaching if even if they haven't reached state of consciousness, even if you can convince them to sit down and look at these teachings, they're not going to get anything out of it. It's not going to click because they're not in the right pearls. Exactly. That's exactly what that means. Yeah. And the the I mean, it's a kind of their cat. A nicer way to say, but I get it, man. That guy was gonna get crucified. He's probably wasn't feeling. So great about him at exactly exactly. Yeah. Do you think that? The reason you ended up imprisoned is because. This sounds so weird. Good karma. And since that, we don't have like in the type of Buddhism. I'm studying many of the great teachers they had to go up into caves. Yes. Absolutely. This will sound crazy to people, but obselete -ly do I am thankful now for the time that I spend in prison. Even for some of the most horrible things that happen to me say, for example, when I was beaten so bad that I was in a lot of physical pain. If I would have been out here could have just went to a doctor. I didn't have that option in there had to find ways to help me cope with not only the emotional and mental anguish that I was going through. But also, the physical anguish the physical pain. So that pushed me constantly to keep exploring. What was possible.

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"damien echols" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"That's why you know in the bible always tell people the bible is the greatest book of magic ever written. Once you know, how to read it the whole thing in the very first chapter of the bible. They're talking about in the beginning was the word and the word was God. That's because this is an oral tradition. There are basically two ways at magic is passed on. That makes sense. There's two ways at magic is passed on one is through like a lodger order sitting like the golden dawn, that's more like a curriculum type thing like a school. You know, everybody's learning the same thing at the same rate. The other way is like master to student student, and that allows for things that are a little more profound. Just because you're not learning the same thing as everyone else if it's someone who knows what they're doing. They can judge, you know, where you're at mentally where you're at emotionally where you're spiritually and figure out what it is that you need to sort of set off these bombs in your head that calls a Piff, unease and realization. Yeah. Things like that. So that goes all the way back to ancient Mesopotamia. Africa. Maybe further back. Well, I think the whole of our species is forgotten because I don't know if you've been following this Greenland ice sheet media or impacting in his fan. So. For someone. I've had on the podcast of times Graham, Hancock fingerprints of the gods. Right. I know who that is. And he's brilliant human, basically, ideas that there was some kind of very advanced civilization on the planet that got wiped out because a media or smashed into the ice where there were ice caps. The end of this lesser jury driest period, which the sea levels to instantly overnight rise by like four feet causing massive floods that wiped it, and that's the flood story. But there were like some people who survived from the civilization. They went out into the world and tried to like spread this energy. Yes. Right, which -solutely oral tradition as you're calling it, which we really kind of blows my mind, I wanna talk a little bit about the what you just said there because it's it seems like what you're saying. Is that words themselves or? The energy behind is. It is it the words that have the energy. Or is it the energy coming out of the person saying the word combination of both for example, you can only pass the current? If you've received the current like, you could say the exact same words that a person who's holding the current would say, and if you're not holding the current it's not going to transmit you have to be holding the current and have the right words, it's a combination of both. And you know, that's why we have things the energy behind it. That's where things like mantras come from..

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"damien echols" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Also another way to support this podcast is just a subscribe and leave a little comment over in June's, but the best way to support it just listen, and I am very thankful to all of you who continue to do that. Because thanks to you. I get to enjoy conversations like the one year about to listen to I've known about Damien Echols for a long time. I watched paradise lost. I know a little bit about the west Memphis three. And I'm sure you've heard this group of people that got accused of something they didn't do and this meant death row and solitary confinement, a lot horrible things. For today's guests Damien Echols. There's a lot of interviews out there with him and went the west Memphis three about the terrible string of events that happened that caused them to go through so much trouble. And there's a great I think there's a few documentaries out about it at this point that you could watch I made the decision during this interview did not really ask questions about that. Because I am more interested in his new book high magic, which is a really fantastic very simple yet. Pretty profound explanation of what magic is what her medicine is. And also some great angles on meditation and Buddhism. I wanted to talk about that. And we only had an hour or so to have the conversation. So if you're here for west, Memphis, three stuff, I'm afraid you're just gonna get magic. Instead, today's guest is really blew my mind, and it's really. Exciting and also quite transformative to be in the presence of.

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"damien echols" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Meanwhile, Jason, he was just trying to keep his head down duck in numerous efforts by the DA to testify against Damian prosecution approached him before the trial and said, look, we'll give you forty years. If you. Testify against me right now, Jason? No, because it's a lie and it's not the right thing to do. Then during the trial, they approached him again saying they'd give them a deal that would have mountain ten years, which is why they paired their trials together. Again, all of this was about getting Damien Echols named put them together to put heat on Jason to say, see, now you're being treated like satanists to all of the evidence. Mused on Damian can be used on YouTube because you're it is both of your trial. So you pop yourself out of it with a fun little side quest trial by flipping on Damian, but he's Jason's like the most impregnable of all of them. Yeah. I mean, his integrity is I don't know if I would have it. Well, this is not notice time. He saves the day either. Sure we'll get into that really isn't. But Jason, his lawyers, they tried to get him to take it. But to this Jason, I mean, he said he couldn't do it even if they said they let them go right that second. He said, it's a lie. Why it's not right. I can't do it right, and it wasn't just the Jason thought longs wrong. He also thought that there was no way he was going to get convicted in the biggest irony of the case Jason thaw that there was no way that his God would let something like this happen, right? So contrary to what you might think the prosecution didn't start the trial with the cult angle. Instead they built up to it by emphasizing as much as possible. Just how brutal these murders really were in excruciating detail. And here finally is where we can properly address the assistant medical examiner in charge of this case. Dr Frank Peretti. This guy regretted Peretti is worse. Of these group clowns. Right, definitely got nickname spaghetti. Peretti a lot of things that go with Peretti so he probably had some problems in middle school. See, the first thing to know about this is how the position of medical examiner relates to the court in Arkansas. Seeing the vast majority of the country. The medical examiner is an independent, impartial body, but in Arkansas, and this is one of the last states in the union where this is true. The medical examiner's office is an arm of the prosecution, meaning that someone who is supposed to be totally objective actually works for the department who sold job is to put people away. It's like lady Justice in Arkansas is doing yoga bends to one side stretch out. It's very interesting because I could see why a person that you want Justice to be brought right. All of us believe in the idea that we want the Justice department Justice system. The all that's supposed to make sure that things are fair, and that those that have done crimes, get prosecuted for them and are put in jail. But if everything on in this, your court system is built on just putting people in jail. People deserve a defense, see whatever you want about defense attorneys, I tell you what with whatever whenever I go down for whatever it is that the government pins on me too. I. I. Not a doubt. Actually, it's very easy. Crystal. We'll see what they said. What my money says in the Caymans they're having a wonderful time Margaritas on the beach. I, it's part of, I hope I have somebody fighting for me of coordinator, what the forgets capping. No defense attorneys have saved a lot of lives. There's a lot of people who are innocent on death row the estimate right now, it's anywhere from one percent to one point, five to two percent, and that's a conservative estimate. And if that is the case in prison, if just one percent of people are innocent, that's two hundred thousand people. That's how money and we'll see how the power of money and helping them once they were in jail, but watching the staircase again. And you see the kind of money that dude can just pour out for his defense..

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"damien echols" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"I'm muga wezeman. It's us. You know, not get by Mr. boat Jiang. And so for the people who are more skeptical, I understand that softball confession was so stupid. So a lot of dumb mistakes that Damien Echols mate thing is that the prosecution's gamble was that the biggest piece of evidence for both Damien and Jason's guilt was sitting in the courtroom there with them the entire time. They figured as far as the jury was concerned, they really didn't need much more than just Damien himself. The devils not really spells out how much people did not like Damien, right people did not like Damien, he came off really, really badly. It basically helped organize an entire field of people that with the first things that they had heard that these kids were murdered. The first person they thought of was Damian all of these guys named Damien because the did like him. He thought he was better than all of them. He dressed in black, even though he only just impact because. It started because the girl told him he looked good in black, right? And so now I feel like the same bias is still playing out. I think a lot of the guilt out there who believe they are guilty. A lot of it is just that you don't like Damien Echols. Right, and you and you want a solution to the problem you want, you want the killer to have been caught and Damien Echols just looks like the guy that would be delivered to you if you were to make sim of the person that murdered these boys and that was by Damian's design, he didn't want to be like all of us grew up in towns or not so much Henry, but Marcus and I grew up in small towns. You wanna get out and the only way that you can get out is if you actively don't like the place. Yeah. So you kind of have to do that to motivate you to go up to New York or wherever you want to move to this city. That doesn't sleep. So yeah, subways are my teachers to three. It's my books. Honestly, a, we just we were just in the town where you into high school? Yeah, real mean streets of Saint Pete out there. We'll say, are. Different. Saint pizzas, a nice sleepy. The worst songs like a scabby dude at a fucking subway, and that was in high school. That was a different story. The waves for my lover's in my lovers were sea turtles pizzas, actually such nice doubt hanging out with Kevin Barnett roundtable of gentlemen, thanks for everyone who's listening to the backlog on that. Apologies for sure. But people seem to like it. We walk into a bar governor former governor Charlie Crist it's just right there. Mazing that just shows you what kind of town St. Pete is not exactly a danger zone. Well, during this entire time between the interval, the re the arrest and the trial Damian was not doing well. I mean, he tried overdosing on antidepressants. He tried starving himself to death, and he was only sleeping about two hours a night, and I'm top all this Damian's girlfriend had been pregnant this whole time, and she'd given birth right before the trial began. So Damian, he's trying to plant a wedding on top of his murder trial. And all of that. I just felt like a twitch in my book, and I. You plan a wedding. I mean, we're working under the podcast. Imagine projects in play. Yes. Sake of. Base, not as much as a death row trial, of course not. But also the thing is the directors of paradise loss also set up that whole like media brunch rehauled the baby, and he did all of this. There's many things that kind of also happened in there. They try to like flip it a little bit. Try to make things like like cool Damian's with the kid, but ended up like horrifying everybody. Yeah, then set us in like, oh, look, look, how sweet is with the with his child. It's more like get that fucking child away from that monster. Yes, like it didn't did not work back thing was that was the first time he'd ever held his child? No, it's fucked dole things. He's got fucked horribly because of Goth circumstances..

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"damien echols" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"I'll do an SPA the SDN so I'll individually supplement with with that. It makes it. Yeah. I've added two minutes in probably two bucks in overhead to I ask was them. gonna ask about the disposables neck. Yeah, that that parts parts. You kinda sucks, but you know, raise your fee and you know, I I recently, okay, let's just face it. The economy sucks in in everything. So I recently have joined some PPO so I'm joining the Konami was great. Well, can you just say that earlier apparently, but but the the phone doesn't, although I can admit this last week, the phone's ringing in pretty good. But for the past couple of months, it's just actually pets couple years. It's been really just shitty as far as the phone, new patient flow and things. So I joined some PPO so I might not. I might be doing fewer one shit because my overheads going out of control, but it's going to be the one of the last things I I get rid of and then you're cold dead and cold at hands in my hair. I mean, I love my terrorist so fucking old on editing. Right. Okay. So so old that I, it's still on windows XP and so. Nice. A couple of games of solitaire on that bad boy do things totally Hackel. So my my server apparently is out there and easily access or something. But yeah, my I love the fit of my restorations when I scan it. So I might take an extra like I did the fifteen minutes today, took me extra ten minutes to scan everything, but when I go to seed, it's just going to drop in. Yeah, I, I love mine as well from an instrument from a true like hand held instrument like an explorer. Yeah. I mean, I, you know, God knows when that was invented. I guess there's there's a PD s. PD t- PD tea instruments out of shoutout to PT there somewhere in Montana. I think Missoula Montana, maybe. There's a like a composite plastic instrument that I really liked super-duper thin and sharp, and so you can really sculpt with it and and get nice and brazier form with it because the instrument is like razor, thin, so love that doesn't stay, call it a lack good stuff. So that's that would be an instrument I love when when was that instrument advantaged? I have no idea. No idea. So I get what she's going for their. He's pretty cool, but have issued the following. He doesn't wear a mask. Beer dandruff I've never seen beard. This is news to me, total news to me. I mean, I shave. So you have a beard you should do. I've never had beard dandruff though. Do you are you sure. I'm yeah. I mean, I wear a lot of black. All right. Mike, I'm like Damien Echols from the west Memphis. It's just all like Metallica t shirts, and you would think that beard dandruff would show up on their okay, so so do head and shoulders work on your face to then help?.

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"damien echols" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"damien echols" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"I'm a devil worship or I'm just writing pentagram drawn pentagram. Somebody dad's? Yeah, I am a devil's apprentice. All this shit. The kids they based all this stuff on the fact that he wore t shirts from bands like Metallica guns and roses, and n explicable U2.. I wish to us to be thing. Not a punchline. I just really wish the thing is Metallica used to harness that power of being edgy. Yeah, and then some kind of monster, and I don't think they are some kind of monster. I think there's some kind of emotionally damaged dull. Let's happening group therapy is decidedly on metal. I think it's great that they did it, but I don't wanna see it like making like making fog Rah. I mean, I don't wanna see them the beginning of, I mean, I'll watch it. I'll jerk off to it, but mostly I just I want to see the end result we, but you know, grew ever. Judas priest was evil. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. ACDC was evil. All these bands were evil. I mean how? And that's the other thing those that by the time I was in high school, like I was in high school from ninety seven to two thousand one lie. I had a Metallica shirt, the big flaming skull on fucking head six, six, six written on the fuck and forehead of the skull. People didn't Batta an I. By that point, it was like. Whatever, like it's people didn't Batta fuck. I mean, some of the some people give me shit for it, but for the most part, everyone is I just Marcus who gives a shit, dude. You should think Damien Echols for that because they took the Goff bullet. We were allowed to live like that after a while I had my two shirts. I had my Texas chainsaw massacre shirt, and I had much shirt award, fuck and every day until they fell off my body and I slipped my air back with Tommy hilfiger gel. So what would smell good always want the top your head to smell good. And I'm a black cargo pants that I call them a ghostbuster pants because it was the first time at ever seen pants with a fly on it up until the about the fourteen. I wore little boy shorts and jogging reverted back to that style. Of course after to the better? Yes. We all had our fun shirts. I had the rob zombie demon face shirk. Very cool. Very cool. Indeed. Hey, what's going on guys? This is Henry browse ski for him. Now if you're anything like me, you've been going to a lot of weddings lately or you're about to have a wedding, and you are deep eyebrows, deep in the process of putting it together, which this is prime time for bald spot sightings. And when you check out photos of you, especially those candidates floor photos, the ones where you're drenched. The tequila is making its way through your chest hairs to your shirt, and you kind of see your mid swing, the middle dancing Meatloaf. For some reason, have you spotted a little less hair than expected or maybe your hairline starting to slowly skew Joan back like big man in a chair, trying to fit in Burger King. I don't know. All right, either way. Is this triggering for you like it is for me, it's unfortunate, but not unexpected around sixty six percent of men lose their.

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