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"detective dickinson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:58 min | Last month

"detective dickinson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Shots. Almost simultaneously. Detective cause grow also in the doorway. Shot 16 times. This all took place in a matter. Seconds. In total, six bullets struck Miss Taylor. Medical evidence obtained by our team indicates that only one shot was fatal. Further medical evidence shows that Ms Taylor Would have died from the fatal shot within a few seconds to two minutes. After being struck Detective Hankins and fired his weapon 10 times, including from a outside sliding glass door and through a bedroom. Window. Some. Bush traveled through apartment for and into apartment three before some exited that apartment. At the time. Three residents of apartment three We're at home, including a male. A pregnant female. A child. There is no conclusive evidence that any bullets fired from Detective Dickinson's weapon struck his tailor. Caspi ballistics analysis did not identify. Which of the three officers fired the fatal shot. After receiving that information. I asked the FBI crime lab to conduct its own analysis to see if they reached the same results. The FBI ballistics analysis concluded. The fatal shot was fired by detective cars growth. Our office looked at both reports to determine if there were major differences in the procedures used by each lab that would've led the FBI. To identify who fired the fatal shot. Both law enforcement agencies used similar equipment and analysis, and each lab is highly respected for their work. There was nothing our investigators could point to, nor anything provided by the respective agencies. That directly explains why one lab made the call while another did not. I think it is worth repeating again that our investigation found that Mattingly and Cosgrove We're justified in their use of force. After having been fired upon Kenneth Walker. Secondary to this, Justin Justice sought by violence is not justice. It just becomes revenge. In our system. Criminal justice isn't the quest for revenge. It's the quest for truth, Evidence and facts. And the use of that truth. As we fairly apply our laws. Our reaction to the truth today, says what kind of society we want to be. We really want the truth or do we want a truth? It fits our narrative. We want the fax. Are we content to blindly accept our own version of events? We as a community must make this decision. I understand that Ms Briana Taylor's death Has become a part of a national story and conversation. We must also remember. The fax in the collection of evidence in this case. Different than cases elsewhere in the country. Each is unique. And cannot be compared. There will be celebrities. Influencers and activists who, having never lived in Kentucky did try to tell us how to feel suggesting they understand the facts of this case. That they know our community and the commonwealth better than we do. But they don't It's not given to their attempts to influence our thinking or capture our emotions. At the end of the day. It is up to us. We live here together. We work here and raise our families here together. I urge those protesting on the streets to remember this. Peaceful protests are you're right. As an American citizen. Instigating violence and destruction are not I've spoken with both Mayor Fisher and Governor Bashir's Today's leading up to this announcement. Herbs them to do what is necessary to maintain law and order and to protect our cities and our people. We have a long road ahead both as we pursue this case to the criminal system. And as we address the pain In the local community. I'm committed to being part of the healing process. More of this press conference. We come back. He also took questions. Triple 8971 s a G E. Triple 89717243 and Robin Houston.

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"detective dickinson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:14 min | Last month

"detective dickinson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It could be brought in this case. It's important to understand that all of the charges that have been mentioned have specific meetings and ramifications. Criminal homicide encompasses the taking of a life by another. While there are six possible homicide charges under Kentucky law These charges or not Apple to the facts before us because our investigation show The grand jury agreed that Mattingly and Cosgrove were justified in the return of deadly fire after having been fired upon by Kenneth Walker. It's the bar is basically set that would a reasonable person in a similar situation. Also discharged a weapon would you feel is if your life your safety is in jeopardy? That's pretty much it for most of these cases across the states. In this case, if it did go to a jury, it only takes one to go. Yeah, the guy I think he heard the gunshot. He thought he was so he should pull out the gun and shoot. They shoot. Brianna Taylor ends up dead. Andi, That is the case. So the two of the three the one wanton disregard the other two end up, not being charged with anything. There's no conclusive evidence that any bullets fired from Detective Dickinson's weapon. Struck his tailor. The chaos. P. Ballistics analysis did not identify which of the three officers fired the fatal shot. After receiving that information. I asked the FBI crime lab to conduct its own analysis to see if they reach the same results. The FBI ballistics analysis concluded. The fatal shot was fired by Detective Cosgrove. I think it is worth repeating again that our investigation found that Mattingly and Cosgrove Justified in their use of force. After having been fired upon Kenneth Walker. Okay, They do point of missteps in what led up to the shots being fired in the first place. I number one was the failure to figure out that it wasn't just Briana Taylor home by yourself in the apartment is what's what they thought it was. She was. They thought she was somehow tied into a previous boyfriend, who had a long criminal record who she'd failed, bailed out of jail a few times he had driven her car and that card would photograph the bone sort drug drop off locations. She was really in mashed with this guy. The New York Times is a big investigation in August that said she, you know, unfortunate, like about six weeks earlier, maybe two months earlier, she'd kind of moved on from him and was back with this guy Kenneth Walker, who was a boyfriend. She knew from college from a couple years before, but she was still in mesh because of this evidence, because these photographs And this served crackdown that they were doing there in Louisville. Rum based on sort of serve site based policing, identifying streets or houses that had kept coming up in different arrests or different drug problems and focusing on those properties. And so she gets kind of hold on to that. So when the police are outside there, and they say that they said, you know, it was supposed to be a no knock warrant initially, But then they said they didn't have to knock. One of 11 neighbors against middle of the night early morning is able to say Yes, I heard them identifying themselves to the police. But none of the other neighbors could, which Given that it's late at night. You know who knows? But then the idea was that Briana Taylor and Kenneth Walker in bed asleep, they wake up. They were water. Ex boyfriend there watching TV. The TV was on the road. I'm not sure if they were awake, but the TV was on, but they heard they heard the sound. I think Brown Taylor was definitely asleep. But one day when she woke up, she thought it was your ex boyfriend coming back. And that's why Kenneth Walker, who's licensed firearm owner had a Glock and started firing because they, you know, that's they thought someone was breaking into the house. They thought it was her other her ex boyfriend coming back, right, so it's I mean, this would cause Grove is a guy whose bullets actually killed Briana Taylor. He's charged with nothing because he's returning fire when they're trying to enter a house that someone is lawfully, at least in their mind. Anyway, they're lawfully defending themselves. Right? So it just sounds like a mess. Yeah. Where does race come into it? You know this? That's that's a great question. I don't think see the direct tie between there isn't any. Here's your Here's your Kentucky governor so previously made what I would call a suggestion.

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"detective dickinson" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:29 min | Last month

"detective dickinson" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"In the streets of Louisville, so we've got The Kentucky attorney general governor name of Daniel Cameron, and he was very eloquent today in explaining what exactly it is that Detective Sergeant Brett Hankinson is charged with and again it is three counts of wanton endangerment, and it is for Allegedly firing his gun recklessly into her apartment building again. Here's where he discusses that charge. Detective Hank it's and fired his weapon 10 times, including from a outside Sliding glass door and through a bedroom window. Some bullets travel through apartment for and into apartment three before some exited that apartment. At the time. Three residents of apartment three We're at home, including a male. A pregnant female. And a child. There is no conclusive evidence that any bullets fired from Detective Dickinson's weapon struck Ms Taylor and again the reason why this is so important is you've got three officers there. The two cops walk in. And this was a knock and announce warrant, not a no knock. And so they come in, and the boyfriend Kenneth Walker, he's in a shooting position. And so he fires the first shot, and that's what Cameron saying he fires the first shot. And so the police officer's fire back and they struck Taylor. What 56 times One of the bullets was ultimately fatal. Now, as thie streets of Louisville are filled with police officers and protesters, we just don't know what's going to Happened tonight. But you do have the police and everyone is on standby right now to really be on guard and find out what ultimately is going to happen and How much should the police try to keep law and order? Will they go by way of, for example, Portland and places like Minneapolis, where the police were just told to allow these protesters slash rioters to basically riot it out, and so we'll have to see what they're With their process is to try to keep the peace or let the streets just burn. Now it is my hope, and just so you know, I'm not. I'm not automatically saying that we're going to see a bunch of violence in a bunch of riots. I hope That's a community there in Louisville. I hope that they're responsible and I hope that they understand and they listened to the evidence when the attorney general there for the state of Kentucky, Daniel Cameron says. That this is a situation where the boyfriend fired first, and he did speak about the importance of the grand jury. This isn't just you know, the police saying, Well, our guys did nothing wrong. No, this was the grand jury. He can't who came out and the grand jury basically said, Yeah, this shooting I hate to say it, folks, but the shooting was justified. The grand jury is unique in our criminal justice system because it operates independent of the court and the prosecutor. The hallmark of the grand jury is its independence from outside influence. This independence is necessary to ensure that justice is done both of the victims And for the accused After hearing the evidence from our team of prosecutors, the grand jury voted to return an indictment against Detective Hankinson for three counts. Of wanton endangerment for wantonly placing Three individuals in apartment three in danger of serious physical injury or death. Yes. So there is. Ah what to this story, and we'll get into some of the other things here in a few minutes about what Briana Taylor was going through in her life. We talked about that quite a bit yesterday. As a matter of fact. What exactly Daniel Camera talking about? What exactly is one endangerment Kentucky law states that a person is guilty of wanting endanger it in the first degree when under circumstances manifesting in strength, indifference to the value of human life. He want Lee engages in conduct, which creates a substantial danger of death. Or serious physical injury to another person. Yeah, Officer Higginson, by the way, he could get five years in prison and finally last soundbite for this segment. He also spoke about the fact that this was essentially self defense. While there are six possible homicide charges under Kentucky law These charges or not Apple to the facts before us because our investigation show The grand jury agreed that Mattingly and Cosgrove Justified in the return of deadly fire. After having been fired upon by Kenneth Walker. Let me state that again. According to Kentucky law. Use of force by Mattingly and Cosgrove was justified to protect themselves. And that is probably one of the most important sound bites that you'll hear this afternoon regarding the case of Briana Taylor 3 30 W. Information fuel opinion driven super talk 99 7 from the W T and new Center. I'm Pamela for with your top stories. As you've been hearing, US.

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"detective dickinson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:52 min | Last month

"detective dickinson" Discussed on KOMO

"Grand jury has handed down an indictment in the Briana Taylor case. Let's get the latest from ABC. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Frandsen. Six months after Rianna Taylor's death while she was inside her apartment. A grand jury in Louisville indicted one of three police officers involved in carrying out a no knock warrant the charges against fired Officer Brett Hankinson, three counts of wanton endangerment. Her shot's fired that endangered neighbors lives, but not for Taylor's death. A crowd at a nearby park reacting to that in diamond, ABC, Stephanie Walsh is there is outrage here right now, when they heard the decision, there was scream, mate. There was Oh, my God! What is that? The people here are very shocked at what they heard there, obviously here in support. Briana Taylor in her family, and this is not what they wanted to hear. Today. People are also marching in Louisville right now the mayor issuing a 72 hour curfew starting tonight. Kentucky State Attorney General Daniel Cameron said today that Hankinson and the other officers announced their presence during that. Issue. There is no conclusive evidence that any bullets fired from Detective Dickinson's weapon struck Miss Taylor Taylor family attorney Benjamin Crump saying in a tweet quote. If Brett Hankinson Sze behavior was wanton endangerment to people in neighboring apartments than it should have been wanted endangerment and Briana Taylor's apartment, too. In fact, it should have been ruled wanton murder. A federal civil rights investigation is ongoing. Corona virus cases on the rise in 33 States deaths also increasing today it can't on Capitol Hill, White House health officials Testified questions about if Americans can trust a vaccine when it's ready, FDA Commissioner Stephen Han telling lawmakers his agency will not approve any vaccine. He would not feel comfortable giving to his own family. I will fight for science, Mr Chairman, I will fight for the integrity of the agency. And I will put the interest of the American people before anything else. The Supreme Court this hour people paying their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she lies in repose. Funeral services will be held Friday. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. Comeau midday. Good afternoon. 12 02 fromthe Comeau 24 Hour news Center. I'm Jeff Pooja Lee. Here's what we're following A truck driver suffered minor injuries after crashing on the South bound I five express lanes. Now the wreck left the semi partially dangling off the Mercer ramp. It's still there. It's also resulted in an extended closure of those lanes will have the latest on traffic coming up. In just a moment. Several large school districts are getting ready to welcome students back into classrooms next week, including to come up in Puyallup. But are they prepared to respond to a covert outbreak Come was currently Johnson has born. They were prepared in Deer Park, where school district Superintendent Travis Hansen tells me just four days into the school year of in person instruction. I found out they had a positive cases going into the school year. We knew that we were goingto encounter situations like so far. Two staff members and one student at the elementary and Middle school in Deer Park have tested positive. Others in close contact remaining quarantine, but they have traced the transmission to be outside of school. So Hansen says he's confident their safety protocols are working. He plans to meet online with several other superintendents from this side of the mountains tomorrow to talk about being prepared plan. How are you going to work with your regional health department to make sure that you have the best advice for the family that you handle it? Well, In fact, they're system. You know when I thankfully all three of those cases in Deer Park are said to be Mild Carleen Johnson Come on news at the north End of Lake Washington. Emissions from a half century old asphalt plant. Have neighbors worried most car would hate reports they're seeing seeking answers from city and state leaders can more Native Dakota rash says the large asphalt plant just off bottle way has been pumping out white emission clouds for years, with little in the way of environmental oversight. He tells the Kenmore City Council that ought to concern everyone. When people live this close to a facility of this nature when the city center is this close, people should get to know what their breathing rash found. The company has long been operating under a permit that requires no emissions testing. Now more citizens heir stepping up to ask questions. If we aren't sure what is coming out of those stacks. Shouldn't we find out? Why aren't we Craig Kenworthy with the Puget Sound? Clean Air Association says an inspection would accomplish very little. Because the plants permit includes no emissions limitations. Can't be insisting on data about those emissions because I don't have an existing limit on enforcing neighbors say they'd still like to know what the plan is pumping out. Even if for now there's not much anyone can do about it. Corwin HATE Cuomo News news time 12 0 for that means it's time we get a check of traffickers were to do every 10 minutes.

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"detective dickinson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:27 min | Last month

"detective dickinson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Damning situation. I'm very frustrated, very sad. I agree. Thank you Protecting us down. You were having way too much fun there on the marked on very happy with everything that I need your finger at right back down to earth and lower until tomorrow. Bye bye. From ABC News Michelle France in six months after Rianna Taylor's death while she was inside her apartment. A grand jury in Louisville indicted one of three police officers involved in carrying out a no knock warrant the charges against fired Officer Brett Hankinson, three counts of wanton endangerment. Her shot's fired that endangered neighbors lives, but not for Taylor's death. A crowd at a nearby park reacting to that in diamond, ABC, Stephanie Walsh is there is outrage here right now, when they heard the decision there was screaming. There was Oh, my God! What is that? The people here are very shocked at what they heard there, obviously here in support. Briana Taylor in her family, and this is not what they wanted to hear. Today. People are also marching in Louisville right now the mayor issuing a 72 hour curfew starting tonight. Kentucky State Attorney General Daniel Cameron said today that Hankinson and the other officers announced their presence during that. Issue. There is no conclusive evidence that any bullets fired from Detective Dickinson's weapon struck his tailor tailor family attorney Benjamin Crump saying in a tweet quote. If Brett Hankinson Sze behavior was wanton endangerment to people in neighboring apartments than it should have been wanted endangerment and Briana Taylor's apartment, too. In fact, it should have been ruled wanton murder. A federal civil rights investigation is ongoing. Corona virus cases on the rise in 33 States deaths also increasing today it can't on Capitol Hill, White House health officials Testified questions about if Americans can trust a vaccine when it's ready, FDA Commissioner Stephen Han telling lawmakers his agency will not approve any vaccine. He would not feel comfortable giving to his own family. I will fight for science, Mr Chairman, I will fight for the integrity of the agency. And I will put the interest of the American people before anything else. The Supreme Court this hour people paying their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she lies in repose. Funeral services will be held Friday. You're listening to ABC News. A za roof for the last thing you need is to not.

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"detective dickinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:34 min | Last month

"detective dickinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"93.1 KFBK. From ABC News. I'm Michelle France in six months after Rianna Taylor's death while she was inside her apartment. A grand jury in Louisville indicted one of three police officers involved in carrying out a no knock warrant the charges against fired Officer Brett Hankinson, three counts of wanton endangerment. For shots fired that endangered neighbors lives, but not for Taylor's death. A crowd at a nearby park reacting to that in diamond, ABC, Stephanie Walsh is there is outrage here right now, when they heard the decision there was screaming. There was Oh, my God! What is that? The people here are very shocked at what they heard there, obviously here in support. Briana Taylor in her family, and this is not what they wanted to hear. Today. People are also marching in Louisville right now the mayor issuing a 72 hour curfew starting tonight. Kentucky State Attorney General Daniel Cameron said today that Hankinson and the other officers announced their presence during that. Issue. There is no conclusive evidence that any bullets fired from Detective Dickinson's weapon struck his tailor tailor family attorney Benjamin Crump saying in a tweet quote. If Brett Hankinson Sze behavior was wanton endangerment to people in neighboring apartments than it should have been wanted endangerment and Briana Taylor's apartment, too. In fact, it should have been ruled wanton murder. A federal civil rights investigation is ongoing. Corona virus cases on the rise in 33 States deaths also increasing today it can't on Capitol Hill. White House health officials testified questions about if Americans can trust a vaccine when it's ready, FDA Commissioner Stephen Han telling lawmakers his agency will not approve any vaccine he would not feel comfortable giving to his own family. I will fight for science, Mr Chairman, I will fight for the integrity of the agency. And I will put the interest of the American people before anything else. The Supreme Court this hour people paying their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she lies in repose. Funeral services will be held Friday. You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good afternoon. 12 02. I'm data heads with your top local stories well, California seeing a drop in reports of child abuse and school campus is closed and made the Corona virus pandemic. Reports of suspected child abuse statewide drop by 28% from April to August compared to reports during those same months in 2019, with teachers no longer seeing students in person every day and most To the state, and you could say thousands of cases of child abuse may be going on reported.

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"detective dickinson" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"detective dickinson" Discussed on The Big Story

"It's you got they got there when they got there. And they gotta work it out with Toronto police on their own even beyond the church community. This seemed like a crime that kind of horrified everybody why did? Everybody in Toronto become captivated by the MacArthur case. Yeah, this is certainly one that gripped everybody. I don't think only in the city, I think really coast to coast. Yeah. But particularly in the city for obvious reasons. I mean, look LGBTQ community because it directly impacted them and members of their community, then you have to remember that MacArthur was a landscaper. So he was working at dozens of properties across the GTE. So it's it's possible. If you own a home in Scarborough or Togo or new market or wherever he possibly did work on your property in are there if you had kids, and they were running around playing outside or something. And he was there, you know, let's kind of thing that can potentially keep you up at night, or at least give you the shivers was entwined with the city. Yeah. He was he was a mall Santa in twenty seventeen weeks before he was arrested for murder. He was the mall Santa at age Cornell and Scarborough, so there is parents out there who potentially had his photo up on their fridge with their kids sitting on his lap. You know, and then, you know, just two or three weeks later you're looking at. That photo. And that guy is in prison awaiting trial for murder. I it's it's one of those things that can really rattle your rain and kind of scare you in effect you and even if you weren't directly impacted by the landscaping or the mall Santa or being part of the Q community. He has that we've all seen that photo of him smiling. Niagara Falls, you know, he just looks like a guy that, you know, even people that knew him say that he was really friendly guy. He's a really jovial guy. So it kind of creates that you do you really ever know somebody what is a lesson that the police the city and everyone else can take away from how this happened. And why it was so long to be discovered. Vo, you know. I think I think there's lots of lessons that can be learned in even detective Dickinson side that there's a lot of lessons to be learned. I think you know, they have to really work on Trump has to work on the relationship with the LGBTQ community. I think that when people are making those types of cries, maybe you have to really look seriously at it a little quicker, and I mean, it's easy for us to say because we're not sure on police, right? We don't know how often people are calling them saying that something's going. When someone goes missing, everybody calls, the police, sure. But it's it's there's there's a lot to be learned here in terms of heating people's warnings paying attention to certain communities police once they were on MacArthur trailed really did a good job in terms of tracking down and arresting them. And and you know, all the evidence they put together. But I think this is a case that isn't closed by any means because even you know detective Dickinson talked about how they're still looking into cold cases. They're still talking to other jurisdictions because they don't know because MacArthur hasn't really helped them out. That was my next question. Right. So he pled guilty to eight murders. Right for almost a year. We kept hearing the police are back searching for more remains in. There may be more victims does that stop. Now what happens next? So a number of times over the last year or some of my colleagues when inspector it's anger has spoken to us..

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"detective dickinson" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"detective dickinson" Discussed on The Big Story

"So hearing from start to finish. I was there for some of the Tori, Stafford stuff that stuff can be very graphic, very emotional and very heavy on your brain on your heart on your soul. Really? If you have to sit there and here, and that's just as a reporter. On the periphery kind of just hearing the details. But if you're if you're a juror just an average person from the public who's pulled in from this out of your, you know, you have no choice in the matter years kind of pulled in as as a civic duty and your put on that jury. If you're a lawyer, if you're somebody who has to be part of the courtroom staff, if you're a judge any one of those people, and that's to say, nothing of the family and the friends of the victims who are the real people you have to think about an scenario like this. So the fact that none of those people, particularly the family and friends have to sit there and here day by day because that trial was suppose was expected to last three or four months. Yeah. So that would've been three to four months of every day reliving part of that story. And we still will hear some of that stuff when they read the statements of fact next week when he goes when he goes back to court next week, but it won't have to be on a day by day basis for four months. You told us about the mood inside the courthouse as soon as that court, let out what was the mood outside. Like, what are how are people reacting? Are they are they relieved because I feel like yeah. I feel like. The city is relieved. I think relief is is a good word to pick. A a lot of people are relieved a relieved in a lotta ways. So I you know, I was looking at a lot of the Toronto police officers a lot of the detectives they seem to have a weight off their shoulders. They know their work is done just yet. But you know, I think they're relieved that they don't have to go through this whole process over the next year and a bit that they've been able to bring some relief to the families. Because even though I would I would guess that most of the families of these victims know that MacArthur, did it it's another thing for him to stand up and say, I did it. Yeah. You know? And that he didn't even have to be convicted that he stood up and said, Yep. I'm the one that did it. So there is a certain amount of I think relief that comes with that. I don't know about closure. I think closure can take a lot of time in several years. But in the immediate aftermath when we walked out into the hallway right outside the courtroom. You could see a lot of people breathing easy. I did see a few people leaving the courtroom with tears in their eyes, and those are some of their friends and families of those victims. Understandably it's a lot to handle especially since they read those brief statement of facts with some of those kind of. Really disturbing details in it. And then outside the courtroom, you know, detective Dickinson talk to us. We also spoke to the woman who owns the house on Mallory crescent, and she was so well-spoken and eloquent and well-thought-out. I don't know if I believe in the word closure. I think possibly easing is all all you get. For me closure won't happen. The way I'm trying to look at it. The man, I knew actually didn't exist. So that's the best. I can go with this is someone else entirely. Her name is Karen Frazier and she lives with her partner and she lives in that house for years. She is sort of one of the people that is sort of almost an accidental victim. And all this. You know, of course, the.

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"detective dickinson" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"detective dickinson" Discussed on The Big Story

"You're doing it on your own sound mind in judgment. Then you know, the core. I don't know what position yet, but somebody in the court in the courtroom, basically, then reads out all the charges one by one. So he wrote the dates the times the names of each of the victims and then asked him on this count. How do you plead on this can how do you plead in each time MacArthur in kind of a very soft? Voice said guilty each time. And so it was a kind of surreal in a lot of ways to see it. Because I don't think since he was arrested. There's never been any doubt that he did it right because police were very confident. I think they had all the information. You know, they had all the evidence all the stuff for Mallory. So as a pretty open and shut case that he he he was the one responsible, but it was still very strange to see him up there and confessed to it and really kind of seemingly out of nowhere because even afterwards detective Dickinson who was one of the lead detective on the case along with inspector and Singa. So that we may never know what his motive was or why he came forward, and and just decided to plea who were the victims because I feel like we're going to say Bruce mcarthur's name fifty thousand times today and nobody's saying name. And I I feel the same way, you know, I it's having covered this a lot. I try as much as I can to put the names of the victims and their because you know, they're the real not only victims here with the story as well. Yeah, they they should be the story. So their names are Cerruti scandal. Never Ratnam of the Besir fi. Karuna Canagaratnam Salim s Andrew kinsman Cayenne and dean, little wick. So those are eight men murdered over the course of seven years between two thousand ten and two thousand seventeen most of them with connections to Tronto gay village and from the LGBTQ community some of them had been in Canada for a long time. Some of them had only been here for a short time MacArthur, basically set up meetings with them and took advantage of them. And and committed murder, you mentioned how much evidence there was. Yeah. What does it mean? And how important is it that there won't be a trial? You know, I think it means a lot I just from a personal point of view as somebody who's covered murder trials covered. Some pretty heavy stuff before you know. I was covered some of the Malarde hearing covered the Mark mood..

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