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Dead Man Talking

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"Tape. Estimate. How many people that had been estimating? Really, let's say forty. Yeah. Because of the time between kind of drone, coal, whatever. But I have no evidence for did hit the cared place to wash myself put it put another of bands since tennis. Ever that's gone. For the fences Riley. Follow the railroad. You. Thank you for staying. With us is the story is unrivalled as said before we had no idea where this was going to take us when we started or indeed with people would have any interest in listening, the thousands of you have been with us all the way through and you'll contributions on Facebook and Twitter have been pretty amazing to say not least when they've helped shape the story. In twist and tons in some ways, this is just the beginning is proclaimed Justice now begin to look into the case. But my own investigation needs to take a break for now as John Houghton said, it can take many months to even get to the point where an appeal is launched. So he's very much a case of watch this space. So that's it for me. Thanks again for listening. If you've enjoyed what we've done please write reviews on chains or wherever you get your poke us all positive reviews. Helpless and increase the likelihood of us doing a second series. As I mentioned earlier, we've got a couple more special episodes full you off to this beginning with a and I next week. So get your questions into me about anything. You want to ask? From DMC media audio boom, they is dead man tool can plug cost. Deadman is presented by me. Aleks the producer and sound engineer is pizza sale. Al theme song is the railroad by the bind. Goodnight texas. Checking them out of Facebook dot com. Forward slash goodnight. Texas. Join us on Facebook to Facebook dot com forward slash groups would slash dead man talking where you can follow developments and get involved in with tweeting a deadman podcast and forgets Email those questions a deadman till podcast that outlook dot com. For the fences.

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"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

Dead Man Talking

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

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"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

Dead Man Talking

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"I know the timing of everything, but it was for me. There was no reason to keep time on those days. Say what keep timing feel if I was planning on getting cut or anything? It wasn't a recent when we keep dates here. Yes. I think to be builder saddle this window. From DMC media Odio, boom. This is the deadman talking podcast with me, Alex Hannaford in the lost episode. We heard that resembles had also confessed to his attorney less Rybnik about killing Dr oklaho-, and he told him specific details of the crime scene just as he had to the full AP. Reporter Mark Babinec. We also heard how the brutality of darrow's murder was consistent with somebody who killed before. According to serial killer expert, Jack Levin. Foist today. I've had a few people get in touch saying they call wait for the twist in the story or come to find out. How ends just wanted to explain a bit about the behind the scenes process of how impede producer put deadman talking together. Other than my initial meeting resent his in two thousand and three in the subsequent article wrote this investigation Prissy much began when the put costed with finding things out all the time, and they appear in episode shortly. After unlike a lot of other podcasts, this is not a story where all the findings were already available, and I'm just choosing. How to tell you them in an interesting way. This is new there are some exciting developments regarding the potentially wrongful convictions of the Antena cola hack, oh and under miscarriage and more of that at the end of this episode, but also trying to learn as much as possible about resented his after his arrest things. He told journalists and lawyers about other cases, which have strong similarities to the confessions that he told me, and I think it's really important to do this to get the full picture..

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Dead Man Talking

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

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Holly Dunn and her then boyfriend Chris Mayer were walking back to a party along railroad late in the evening of August. The twenty ninth nineteen Ninety-seven, Chris Maya and Holly Dunn who to students at the university of Kentucky were returning home from a party walking along railroad tracks near the campus. When resent his approach he actually came approached us from behind an electrical box. He put a shop object up to their necks and told them to lie down as he tied them up actually tied up Christmas hands with his backpack. He tied up my hands with my belts. He ended up. Gagging us and tying our feet rezendes demanded money. But when neither of them had any he became angry, the attacker came toward us with a rock, and it was a fifty two pound rock. He then smashed the rock on Christie's head he stabbed me and my neck, and he said, look how easily I could kill you rezendes slammed a board into her face over and over until it fractured. Her eye socket broker. Joel. And then he raped me. He split us scalp in multiple places stop during the neck, and she slipped in and out of consciousness, just three blocks from the party. She was hit several more times breaking her jaw and Izhak. And he then covered her and Chris with leaves and left them both dead. Chris died from his injuries but little bit resent is no Hollywood live. She was left for dead but ended up as the only survivor in the killings done. And they'll tin is only known survivor of the railway cereal. Okay. I have my headphones and hey, Holly. Hey, that's better. Okay. Now, they're working or go. Okay. Good. So here, we are the Holly done interview. She's written a book, which I highly recommend about her experiences cooled sole survivor, which I'd read shortly before interviewing her. In the book, you go into quite low of detail about the crime itself. And I know you talked about how you've going through the motions of what you did. After the party off midnight, you won't on the railroad close to the UK campus. And when you described resent his coming out from behind the electrical books, you wrote it seemed he had done this before. But what was it about what he did? In those first few minutes that made you think they had done this before. Because I am such a lay person that I've never been a fight before. I mean, I've never been in an e you know, an an actual physical fight. I've never been robbed. I had never had anything bad happen to me. So in my mind, it seemed as though he knew what he was doing. He was very calculated in how he approached us that he had the weapon on Chris the whole time how he tied up like it just all was dairy calculated. He knew how to do the. These things. So that's what made me think he had done it before he kept using this sort of tactic. I guess there was somebody else. He wasn't alone. I mean, he was you talked about his height. He was fairly small. I think when you described it into to to police, do you think he knew that there were two of you. And that he was smaller, and therefore he had to make you realize that he was somebody else that he had a gun. I definitely think they were tactics. I don't believe that there ever was the second person. I think it was just to instill fear enough that you know, there was somebody else that could catch us. You know, when I think about it. Now, I'm like, well, if we had tried to run like the second person could have caught us, you know, we never saw them like where were they? And I think that's what he was trying to do. He was just trying to put fear in us Hollywood off the this had happened. You went into hospital in you would only in hospital for what a week. I think two one five days you'd come home. But he was still out there still loose. Did you did that go through your head of that point? That point you so focused on the injuries and the pain and being with your family. I think my mind did amazing things I think that it let me deal with things as I could. So my mind didn't let me go into a my gosh, this person's still on the loose. And you need to be afraid. My mind was telling me you need to heal physically you need to get better. And so that you can go on with your life. So he'll physically and do that how ever you need to do that. So I believe that it was kind of my subconscious almost telling me not to focus on that. But somebody was focused on that. And that was your dad he had a licensed to carry a gun, but he didn't usually carry only when he was carrying large amounts of money from the business back and forth. But but he decided to didn't he tell me about that. Yeah. You know, actually, I didn't know that he had done that until he had mentioned it later on several years later. I'm not surprised. My father probably is one of those strong. People. I know a add the fact that he was afraid, but didn't let me feel that fear. I'm not surprised that he's that. He's selfless. Like that. Like he was amazing in letting me he'll and letting me heal physically and mentally. And I think he did not let me know the fears that he had my dad went on goes on a walk every day. So he would go on his walk every and still go on his walk every day, but just taken a weapon with him. And I really think he was just fearful that the person do who I was and that they were gonna come back and get me. And I I felt that later on I felt that around the year anniversary and beyond. But I did not feel that at the beginning. You know, my dad sorta hid his fears from me you fairly anonymous to begin with. And it was only when America's most wanted wanted interview in order to try and catch rezendes the you sort of your on anonymity. Has lifted and you you became this sort of person in the media if you like people knew about what happened in that point. You realize that maybe maybe you were a target because you were the only living victim, right? It didn't make sense only that because I still wasn't honest in my name had been released. It was just always a fear. It didn't matter. I mean, I had all my stuff like he did not take anything from me except for the jewelry that he stole from me. I had my idea my car keys. I mean, I had it all I I didn't feel like he had anything of minor naive until them fake name when he was attacking me because I tried to talk to him when he was attacking me, I told him fake name. So there really wasn't. I guess a way for him to figure out who I was it's still instilled fear in in my family. And I think though that I knew he didn't know my name. And so I felt a little bit of safety in that. I wasn't honest and my name had been released. And there was no way for him to know

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"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

Dead Man Talking

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"Today's podcast is sponsored by the New Yorker and I- conic magazine that represents the best writing in America today. I've subscribed the New Yorker for years, and I buy it primarily for its long form writing which is unmatched. If you've never read David grant or Katharine shoals before it's worth getting a subscription just for them. But beyond publishing the best writers in the world. It also holds people in power accountable through rigorous reporting and compelling storytelling says you get the best writing anywhere everywhere. I get home delivery of the print edition each week. And the digital version of the magazine is available on my ipad. You can also get it on your iphone nook and kindle, so don't wait. Go to New York dot com forward slash D. M T listeners the dead, man. Talking say fifty percent when they enter code D M T and with this special offer you'll receive twelve issues for just six dollars, plus get the exclusive New Yorker tote bag you can choose between print digital or combo of both print and digital. Subscriptions subscribe to the New Yorker and read something that means something that's twelve issues for six dollars and a free tote bag when you go to New Yorker dot com forward slash D, M T. From DMC media. And this is the dead man talking podcast with me Alexander reason. I don't I don't blame myself is because I don't have the evidence in my mind. If I if I remember like this case, I don't remember everything, but I have enough to blame myself because. Because of the days I recall in the last episode, I met Andres Mus Kara, the former lover of demon Tina Koller hacker who like her is serving a life sentence for murder a murder the on how resented his claims he committed I also learned the evidence from the crime scene is no longer in the possession of Harris County district attorney's office. So the most obvious way of exonerating them could be gone. Of one of the speed to the lawyers for Andres and demon Tina to try to get to the bottom of why they say they falsely confessed to the murder there will number of them from their original trials to their appeals. And I wasn't having much luck. You're calling been forwarded to an automated voice message system. Ohio. A message for Bill. This is Alex. Try Bill Gifford demon tina's trial attorney. Always crucified on his place. Crews savant as Andres is appeals attorney. And right now can't take a message for. Yeah. A be grateful if you can call me back. My name's Alex Hannaford, Vic Wizner who is the district attorney that prosecuted both diem and Tina and Andres appetite on please record your message. I Vic this is Alex Hannaford again, if you've been getting messages, a really like to speak to you Henry buck Hoda who is damning tina's appellate attorney. Hello who did pick up? Henry if I can just stop you. But wouldn't talk I would not feel comfortable telling you, basically anything I know about this case. Okay. About her right? Then off to trying in many times. Bill Gifford it pick up is that Bill. Yeah. Hey, bill. This is Alex Hannaford the British. Journalists has been calling you about the demon. Tina coleco case filled him in on the podcast series. And resent his his confessions to me. I also told him what Andres told me about his confession. He said the police the detectives had basically threatened to deport his family who were also in undocumented and living in Texas. I wouldn't be surprised, but when he did sign it. He said, what was I going to help her as I go to hurt her go talking about demon Tina g they they didn't have anything linked him to no blood, no hair. No anything. So as I thought there was nothing to link Andres the darrow's murder except he's confession. This was useful information, but it wasn't expecting what came next build again to tell me about the rezendes connection. The crime dirty tell you the reason he made the confession is because the preacher went up there and told him to. I didn't know that. What what do you mean by that? What I'm saying is it was a guy. The. Feature kinda guy that had to go into the jail. What you're going to die. Anyway, go ahead and say that you have something to do with the Colo Jacko killing said sure, I'll do who is the who is the preacher Bill. He was a layman kinda preacher. He wasn't just a fool preacher. But he's got that had access of the jail. Do you have a name? No, I really don't. Heavyset guy. Damon Dina's anyone who run? My understanding is he got who send us to say. Yeah, he went over and kill kill the jackal. Yeah. That's my understanding what I heard. I just heard it to be true or anything.

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Dead Man Talking

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"So I can keep up with what's happening back home. It recently published a story about how a new approach was needed to tackle violent crime in London along with a helpful graphic that showed the numbers of murders in New York and London from two thousand and ten to two thousand eighteen the story talks about how. Although there were less than half of the number of modes in London during the first nine months of this year. Other violent crimes particularly knife. Crime was up the broad range of topics in the economists means there's something for everyone. It gives you the lowdown on what's going on around you in the world a time when facts matter more than ever the economist is the small guide to the full sees change. You'll weld so feel free print copy of the economist just text man, that's M A N as in dead man, talking to seventy seven again, if you want a free copy of the economist text man to seven eight zero seven zero. What I've learned from Doug. Is that shockingly this stuff, these railroaded confessions? These full confessions happen Fum all than most people realize I put in an open records request. The Harris County district attorney's office asking if there was any property in the property room. That was connected with the case. This would reveal if any items found at the crime scene were available to be retested for DNA. And this was the response. I got we did not have any responsive material or information related to your request. I wrote back asking for clarification you saying the property collect to that the crime scene, including clothing and a possible murder weapon. No longer exists again that the office wrote back we regret to inform you we do not have any responsive material or information related to your request for information in the property room for defendants Mascaro and call a hack. And that's incredible. The most obvious way on Andres and demon Tina could be exonerated. If they truly are innocent seems to be lost. In the next episode of DMC media, audio booms deadman talking. I'll explain how brutal murder case in Georgia has profoundly influenced my opinion on whether resent is was lying to me. Plus a conversation with Montana's Loya provides a very strange and unexpected twist in my investigation. Deadman talking was a production of the MTA media and audio shows presented on me, Alex producer and sound engineer is pizza sale. Our such a production assistant. He's Kanatani and this episode featured additional production from Heather Mitchell. And now interpreter Alvarado cesspit as huge thanks is always good night, Texas who sowing the railroad is out in June.

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Dead Man Talking

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"In the last episode. I looked into claims that resent his could have been involved in the murders for which Louis Perez. A man currently on death row in Texas was convicted given that Lewis is attorney took the seriously and tried to delay resented his execution. I felt a needed to look into this. But as you heard the evidence doesn't really add up, but it did suggest that unhealthy resent his wasn't a serial confessor. Why else would he denied these killings in Austin, Texas, and I think this is a really important point off the she met resent his Houston chronicle journalists Lisa Olson came to the conclusion that there was far more compelling evidence linking him to the murder of dower cola hacker. And it's this murder that we're focusing on today. So she's in prison for murder. Her husband when I did it and it hurts. Dying. My house or pay. How would he know? You'll remember from episode to that. I went to the Gatesville prison to meet demon Tina, call hackers wife along with her then lover Andres Mascaro, she was convicted of darrow's killing rezendes had written to her taking responsibility for Darryl's murder and backed up the claim with specific details about the family home where the killing took place is that that when he learned towards up the stairs. There was a big oh canvas painting for there was carpet painting. Yes, it was at one of the speak to Andres for years unwritten to imprison, but he'd never written back and then out of the blue. He wrote to me, it was just one sentence in Spanish that essentially said come and see me. From DMC media an audio boom. This is the dead, man. Talking podcast with me, Alex Hannaford..

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Dead Man Talking

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"N dot com. Now back to deadman talking. So a may have reached some dead ends here. But my conversation with chief white in the last episode has made me think my hunch. The resent is was telling me the truth must not be completely naive. He may well have killed here in the sleepy desert community. And if he did then does that make it more likely that he also killed Darrow Kulla hack back in Houston, Texas? So you'll recall earlier, I've found the blithe could have been visited by the happy face killer, and it was extrordinary potentially two serial killers operating in the same area. But carried on my research, I discovered that they could have been another. This is absolutely incredible. Blown my mind. I've just been going through the Riverside County coroner's office website. I was going through the kind of date range from the eighties nineties that resent his would have been lodge and found this case back in nineteen eighty three which I would have thought would have been on the early end of win resent his was doing his thing. But certainly a possibility he was definitely we know he was in the states at this point. But what blew me away was this. So this is an unidentified set of human remains, and it was found in the open desert area north of the itin freeway in Blythe, California. It's believed the woman was between eighteen and twenty five years of age should died between eight months and two years prior to being found due to the condition of the body. No scars tattoos. Disfigurements observed and no clothing was located with her no, jewelry or identification was found. This bit is incredible. Under the section that says. Circumstances. It says these skeletal remains were found above ground in the desert and reflected extreme exposure to the elements at one time, Henry Lee, Lucas took credit for the death of a young woman in the vicinity and time that this woman's remains were found. A one point Henry Lucas was thought to be the most prolific serial killer in US history, he confessed to over three thousand murders. But what investigators discovered was that most of those were false confessions? I was amazed that there was another serial killer the happy face killer who operated in the Bligh the area and with what resent is told me is correct. And he would he'd committed three or four murders in the blood area too. Well, I've been looking at the Henry Lucas case because it was interesting that he falsely confessed to a number of murders hundreds of murders. That would no way could have been him. So this two things number one. I wasn't expecting Henry Lucas his name to come up attached to Blyth a toll. But the other thing that's kind of interesting is that now experts think that Henry Lucas, probably only killed a few people Lovie others, which is confessions full confessions. And if. The case who killed this woman whose body was found near the I ten freeway in Blythe, California. From DMC media an audio boom. This is the dead man talking podcast. So it's timely that Henry Lucas has come up because in the next puck cost shoot. I believe a word rezendes says because let's face it who would trust the serial killer. Deadman talking is presented by may Alex Hannaford, the producer and sound engineer is pizza sale. Kanatani is our search and production assistant. And as always we'd like to. Thank goodnight. Texas fantastic band for fantastic theme song. You should definitely check them out high. We are goodnight Texas. How are you dot com? We post court documents, pictures and other developments the story on Facebook messages on that too. So that address again is Facebook dot com slash groups food slash dead. Man talking. Don't forget to tweet us at deadman podcast, and you can Email us deadman's will cost at outlook dot com. So if you're in the Boston area on November, the third me and Kelly Horan of the last seen putt cost will be in compensation with Joseph Lixin of Len fest cheaper journalism, the sound education conference at Harvard University all be chatting about how. Mental king all came about. And some behind the scenes stuff about how we make the show. And by the way, if you haven't already you should check out Kelly's podcast last seen. It's about the largest off heist in history. And it's fantastic. You can get tickets to the event that sound education dot F M to see that. It's hard to be healthy when you don't get breakfast. It's hard to recover from open heart surgery without heat. It's hard to get. Well, when you sleep on the street, it's hard to take care of a baby with untreated, depression, health goes beyond the hospital and providence Saint Joseph health, we believe health is a human right? See what we are doing to advocate for the vulnerable and invest in health for all future dot PS J health dot org.

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Dead Man Talking

05:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Shirley. We drove around Blyth as a fairly sleepy rundown town of twenty thousand people that serves as a stopping off post for truckers and travelers heading east or west along. I ten we're here at the road tracks. Oh, wow, this is you can see some of the leftover an alternative. Our you can see like this was the control box for the railroad track arms that came through, but chief white showed you with the railroad used to north. There's still the remnants of tries cutting through the middle of town. He would have had to come in from that area that he would have come into Blyth the freight train going, slow enough. Presumably a word going slow enough that he could just jump where through town here they always just came through very slow. Then we turned off the main road and down a sandy track to get to the Colorado river. Now is back in the eighties, nineties, transient communities down there is he doing. He stuck. Now he is he, this is people come out here still hung list community down near the river and live. And actually while we were there chief white stop to help one of them. Who's vehicle got stuck in the sand. You have a chain or something, or go ahead and get hooked. For for one eighty. What we're looking at, you sort of acres his of dense wise. It mosquito so mixture of at least three different types of trees is very, very dense and and it varies to get lost in their. I'm guessing, yes, you can't go very far about maybe seventy five yards. He described the cause that the that these p he said, these people owned and he said, what he described. One of the MSCI said one of the VW and I said, well, what happened to the cause? And he said they would have just go away when they when you know. But that was kind of an interesting detail. Again, I don't know whether he's mixing up mud as he could well have been. It's not unusual in the summer months for cars for several cars to park here. Exactly where we are right now were under directly underneath interstate ten people that come through that want to go to the river, but you know, they may not wanna pay one of the river parks to go in and swim. They would park here where we're at and just walked down to the river, so it in the summer months, it's not uncommon for cars to be parked here. Resent. His told me that the men he killed hit with guy. So I wondered if this had been a spot where gay men would meet in the less tolerant eighties and nineties it is kind of a hit called on make out spot, but anywhere along the rivers, obviously a romantic spot, the come usually. So that wouldn't be uncommon. Obviously, it is place where game in could come life is obviously small and back. You know people, I don't think we're as freely open as they are now. I mean, it's been fifteen years since I since I sat in that prison interview room and toll to behind bulletproof glass and heard him tell me about the spot I knew was Blythe California, not been able to come and have for myself. So it's kinda airy worst down at the exact spot. I mean, we're standing in California. There's the interstate ten and that's AirAsia. So I mean, this is the exact spot that he's talking about. But yeah, I mean, if there were bodies out here, you could see where they could easily easily be secluded in that brush. On the one hand, meeting chief Wade made me feel that there was a good chance that resent his had been telling me the truth, the location details at up and as chief white said bodies can go undiscovered for decades in the brush scrub. But I'd be a fool to take what rezendes told me at face value. He was a mass murderer after all. I'm starting to believe him, but I'm just not sure. And if he was telling the truth about this case, does that mean he was also telling the truth about the murder of Darrell cola hacker the still so much to explore. Coming up in the full episode of the dead man talking podcast. I'm still in Blythe, but things less straightforward and could other serial killers have been operating in the same area. From DMC media, an audio, boom. This is dead man, talking podcast, please make sure to subscribe to wherever you get your poke costs and make sure you write in reviews too. Before the fences. Follow. You. Deadman talking is presented by may. Alex Hannaford producer and sound engineer is pizza sale. Our search a production assistant is Kanatani special. Thanks to the band. Goodnight, Texas, who sung a humane well familiar with now the railroad as Athey music, and you can check them out at high. We are good night, Texas. How are you dot com? Fuller developments to our story and send us messages on Facebook dot com. Slash groups, Ford slash deadman talking and please tweet us at deadman poll cost. You can also Email us deadman's will cost at outlook dot com.

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Dead Man Talking

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"Entertainment design just for you, then checkout customizable streaming TV from finishing it makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Expended, he gives you customizable streaming TV options. Enjoy the most free shows anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps right on your TV with x one. Go to Insperity dot com. Call one eight hundred expanding or visit a store today to learn more restrictions, apply. The DNA. Asia boyfriend got put in putting life in prison because of what I did. On this correctly. Tape on hell rezendes the railroad killer told me he murdered Darrow color. Hakko will be revisiting this claim in a lighter podcast. But first, let's go back to the tape. You remember when I interviewed resent his felt a little bit of my dad's because here was I've been a journalist for few years, but I hadn't really written much about crime at all. And looking back, don't think I very prepared to interview this particular inmate. He started confessing to the murder of Darrell, caller hack. Oh, and I thought I've got this amazing story of going to look into this is astonishing. And then suddenly he throws another one one place. The border between Arizona, California, they were three or four in the border three or four between ours honor in California member to get the the river, the device into? Yeah. Resent his confessing to multiple murders somewhere along. I ten on the California border with Arizona. More accurate place in between if you going in and they highway? Yeah. Yeah, yeah. So this. Ten in between Regina in California where the Buddha's me on the river. And and that was three or four buddies, and then no one's ever found them. I don't think so. Not as you can hear. He called remember the name of the town, but he's specific with the details. It's next to a river, the bisect, the two states, it needs to be on the border and it needs to be near the interstate and it needs a railway. Anything about the people themselves the she'll those were homosexuals. They were homosexual. Usually the west dressed, like a woman and everything. And you know, as soon as they keep the river, those little fish common, do you realize. He's telling me here that the men, he killed guy and dress, let women and that when he threw the bodies in the water, it wouldn't take long for the fish to eat them. These people were basically drifters. They have no kind of thing. And no one would notice really. I got rid of them, but they were not poor people. These people were having those suppose backings. We raid very nice, almost new. The Sixers were driving this. The were special car, expensive college in case you missed that. What he's saying here is the people he killed winnow poll because they drove expensive. 'cause I was thinking she was a woman. Was not. They were Sixers. They were dressed as women Mendel when she come to being by me and stuff like that. So you were going to basically have sex? Yeah, I was thinking did. He was just as she was a a male prostitute. In this bit. He saying he thought the men with female prostitutes, and he intended to have sex with them. This is how he learned. They will man touted you kill them. I hit him in the head with a. Three, three. Looks like four disobedience. Small piece of what was it would would in Brooke Burke, I am. I got. The Wesleyan unreal in Phoenix with it with by he says, he tried to hit them with a piece of wood that it broke. So he killed them with a pipe instead. From DMC media, an audio, boom. This is the dead man talking podcast. I'm Alex Hannaford. And in this episode we're going to look into these claims of yet more murders by the railroad killer. Fences riley. Follow. So

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Dead Man Talking

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"Of. Hey, sorry, Jack, Elliott. Alex, Alex, how I wanted to speak to Jack Zimmerman, resented his attorney who represented him. He's final appeal and the invited me to meet him, but he's office in downtown Houston. They will frame newspaper cuttings around the wolves that chronicled the big cases jacket been involved with over the years buck in the ninety s he represented one of the leaders of the Branch Davidian religious sect. This was the cult that was involved in shootout with federal agents in fifty one day siege at that compound in Waco. Eventually seventy six people died in a fire, and it was international news. It would be up to the lawyer for the woman who was falsely convicted if that's what we believe happened to raise it. Another person confessed to that, and I think competent fence lawyer would go to the prosecution and say, check us out and have it investigate it, don't rely on some guy who may be not competent. Tint as saying that he did it. He could be trying to get tension. He could confer notoriety at cetera, but I think it would be enough to cause a competent honest prosecutors trying to do the right thing to at least had that investigate it. And it has happened in different cases across the country. Over history is where prosecutor gets word that they've convicted the wrong person in happened a lot when DNA started being used and they would take DNA samples of people. And and fortunately they had held like a bloody shirt or piece of clothing that had blood on it or some other source of DNA Iran the DNA on that, and then ran the DNA on. The guy was in jail for that and it didn't match. Several people did get released from custody and had their convictions overturned because of some forensic scientific evidence. And so you'd think that if the lawyer for the woman you're talking about. Found out that resent his says, he's the one that killed them. Those people that they would go interview him and find out if he knows things you cannot. No. Usually the criteria is this if someone's claiming to have committed a crime and he's talking about specific details that only the criminal would know about, then that's pretty good basis for maybe taking a deep look and maybe overturning a conviction based on that. But if it's something that someone could have gotten by reading the newspaper, that's what prosecutors worry about when people come forward after highly publicized case. And they say, I, I'm the one that did it or who did it so. And so these those exactly did the attorney. The dealt with her appeal know about resent his confession. If you did, did he do anything about it? I've been trying to reach right Castro to some time. He was the attorney that represented own drives. He's original trial. Hello, I'd left numerous messages, but one evening a manage to reach him on his cellphone off. I am not a liberal case. I believe it was in the late ninety. It was and I don't have the file at all now. I mean, I don't recall. Details, maybe a couple of things about the case, but not to where it would be significant. And I, I don't feel like I'd be a good source about that. Yeah, that's about the extent I can tell you on that. I just recently learned about that the correspondence that they had so you didn't know that on? No. Once I was been from the trial, I didn't have any contact unless they could have been the appellate lawyers. I don't know they were. I was interviewing Jack Zimmerman who represented resent his at his habeas appeal. He hadn't heard of the Callaque case, but Cousy represented resent his got to know him quite well. And I was telling him about that case and and some others. And he said it would have been up to the lawyer for the for the woman who was fully convicted to raise the fact that another person it confess because you're saying you didn't know that at the time, but what's recalls now can now I don't recall this time saying, I don't. I have to go back and look at the file which I don't have anymore many Eusko. Well, can she do now with no money? I mean, who would she wrote to the DA's office and said, this was never raised as an issue. You might wanna talk in the whole pellet lawyer, I guess. Thanks to luck. Thank you. Thanks. Written to Andrey as a few times over the years, never received any response. The so many on onset questions, and we'll be coming back to them. In the next episode, we return to the resent his type and more confessions Cleal foreign into border three or four between California member that resent is telling me about possibly full motives. He was never convicted of. If you want to find out what happens next, make sure subscribe on apple pug costs, Spotify, Google costs. We have favorite listening destination, and if you joined the show, make sure you write reviews too. From DMC media, an audio, boom. This is the deadman talking podcast. Ditman

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Dead Man Talking

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"This is firefighter Raphael poor yet for firehouse subs, introducing the new firehouse pub stakes up with savory steak, crispy, fried onions, and a rich Belgian beer cheese sauce on tap for a limited time order. Yours at firehouse subs dot com. Today, remember a portion of every sub you buy helps by lifesaving equipment for I responded, firehouse subs, joy, more subs, save more lives, limited time, only plus tax participating locations. Firehouse subs donate a minimum one million dollars in two thousand eighteen firehouse subs, public safety foundation by donating point one, three percents every purchase. Seitz canyon drive is a sleepy road in the south belt Ellington, neighborhood of Houston. It's a typical American suburb really of modest Ron chimes manicured lawns in the early hours of June, thirteenth nineteen. Ninety eight. The peace in that neighborhood was broken. When an electrical engineer Darrell color Hakko was found dead on his living room floor. He had suffered massive head injuries from multiple blows with a steel pipe darrow's, estranged wife, demon, Tina, and her boyfriend Andres Mascaro were arrested and charged with capital murder. Prosecutors would say, demon, Tina hood paid on rose to kill her husband for more than one hundred thousand dollars in life insurance money. They said the couple met in a bar seven months before the murder and embarked on an affair that moved into an apartment together. Although she occasionally still stayed with her husband the house on sage canyon. Drive on the day of the murder. The prosecution would claim demon, Tina kept her children back from the house while Andres killed Darryl. A jury ended up convicting Andres of capital murder and he was sentenced to life in prison. He's not eligible for parole until twenty thirty nine four months after that Yemen, Tina received the same sentence, but were they innocent. Dinah Asia boyfriend got putting life in prison because of what I did. Follow the railroad Riley. You. From DMC media audio. This is the man talking podcast with me. Alexander. As you heard in the previous episode, I started writing to them and Tina while she was imprisoned. Since I started telling stories about criminal Justice in the states of written to and also visited countless inmates in US. Prisons, once I've identified a potential story, a might right to the inmate to establish some kind of report. There are a whole variety of reasons I might want to do a story on the case. But if I ever wanted to actually interview them down the line, if I've established communication beforehand, they might then agree to the interview. Damon, Tina had never as far as I knew media interview before, and so I didn't know whether that was because she'd never been asked because she was kind of reluctant. I had never met resent. So it took me for a loop. He wrote me to tell me that he had done it even went to describe my house, had it right to bite to her from England. My motivation is that I have resented on type claiming to have committed the crime for which you and now in prison, if there has been a miscarriage. Thank you so much for letting me know it's going on a do. Remember. I was in Dayton, I received a letter from resent as the first one Dayton officials kept that first letter to be honest. This process, we have to go through thin call, need a little more info for me for TD c. j. to set it up. They need a let l be happy to speak to you. If you can arrange the visit, just be warned because there is so much that I have to say. It will knock your socks off. I had so many questions for, I mean, why would resent his of admitted killing Darrow? What did she make that when she first heard that that was the case? What did he say? He's lettuce. Why would they confiscated by the prison? Most importantly, can she shed any light on the interview? I did with him. A recently published report by the prison policy initiative brings to light staggering statistics about women in prison, two hundred thousand far more than any other country on the planet growth. The women's prison population has nearly tripled since nineteen ninety and women are coming into prison at faster rates and met more and more people in the country on all political sides, agree. It's time to ask about the down a corridor and into this long room and it was just us in this. So it was only me and the producer pate and the department of criminal Justice media guy robot. All right. One twenty. HUD, the jangling of handcuffs and Tina was leading. I could see coming in. She wasn't like, I imagine, because I've seen pictures of her when she was a lot younger. She's a lot older. She's overweight. She's got long grey hair and glasses that classes. So it was kind of shocking to see how much she aged in prison and she was brought through behind the glass. Agreeing to do. And if there's anything wrong when I've attire just explain who he was just might show she knew what was happening in what the procedure was, and then she was led to one of the chairs and she sat down and she was Mike tot.

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Dead Man Talking

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"So that's the background to on hell resent his as I begin my investigation into the additional crimes he confessed to on this Crutchley type. When I spoke to so survive Holly done, I wanted to get view type, confessions. And what I had planned in this podcast series, she'd written the resent is coated fame after his arrest. And I wondered if she's so this is Paul fat when he was imprisoned. He sold looks of his hair and fingernail clippings and letters from jail. And the question has to be asked, you think that he was lying about additional murders and that was part of his coaching, the price. I think that's very possible. I do believe that he was trying to make himself bigger than he was, but I don't think that means we discount anything that he said. I think that anything that he said should be investigated to the fullest. But I do believe that he very well could have fabricated a lot of stories to help him in his notoriety. I also told her about the letter odd received from demon, Tina cola haka how she claims to be innocent and the rezendes admitted to the crime right now it is that I would if I was serving time for a crime I didn't commit, I would do everything possible to try to make that come to light. If there's any validity to what someone that is now executed. You know if there was any validity to what he was saying. I believe that he was obviously evil and terrible, and he did kill so many people, but he was smart like, that's, that's one thing that new gotta give him credit for was that he was not an unedu-. He was uninjured, but he was a smart man. I think that he got smarter when he got in jail because he started to educate himself. He had all the time to read to talk to people to find out information from other prisoners. He had all this opportunity to fabricate stories or to find out information or detail and detailed information of things that he shouldn't know. It seemed like it's always going to be a game or like it never solved that we're not going to know exactly everything that he did because he that there is always that underlying thought that he could be lying. But. Then you have to investigate to the fullest and it's like, where do you draw the line? It's like such a grey area. Thank you. Okay, bye. Bye. This is the crux of the puck cost series. I'm being led down the government puff by serial killer who made me by donuts before it speak to me or a couple serving time for murder that didn't commit. This is what I'm going to need to get to the bottom of. I have been conscious of what he's victims. Relatives think about me basically dredging up this fifteen year old story, and you know, I'm very conscious of that. But when Holly told me that we have GT to follow up to investigate this confession that if there is a confession, we have a duty to investigate, we should investigate this then is giving me the impetus to do just that. So she's in prison for murder. We're doing her husband when I. After receiving the letter from demand, Tina cola hack. Oh, I tried to get an interview with her at the prison in Gatesville. I was not backed by the authorities for several weeks. Turns out everyone appreciates pug costs, let we, but after some to and froing we got the go ahead. So coming up in episode two, I'm going to visit Gatesville, Texas, and finally meet the Montana Callahan. From DMC media, an audio, boom. This is the dead

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Dead Man Talking

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Dead Man Talking

"The horrendous crimes committed by the railroad killer. We're gonna come back to those later. You've probably heard of him before or maybe you haven't, but he's the central character in DMC, media, audio booms, dead man, talking podcast with me, Alex. Third. I met on hell resent is in two thousand and three. A just moved to Texas, and I wanted to interview for story for small magazine in the UK, and I set up the interview on death row the chance to interview somebody. So notorious was a really rare opportunity. I was interested because I wanted to see what this person was about, what made him tick was anything I could kinda learn from interviewing him. It was just so unusual to get the chance to do this. You go to this little town called Livingston, which is in east Texas, just north of Houston, and it's very remote, logging town. You drive off the main road for about a couple of miles pasta these kind of trees and dated houses and a couple of churches. And eventually, as you turn the corner, this massive concrete building, huge sprawling concrete complex with razor wire of surrounding it, and these targets with armed corrections officers in them guarding it. I was led down a long corridor to the visitation room. He was brought in and he was wearing Olim one white prison overalls. He's head was shaved and he had glossies on and he sat down and he had to sign a piece of paper just agreeing to the interview. And then he essentially refused to talk to me unless I bought him doughnuts in a Pepsi from the vending machine behind me, and I said, oh, right, okay. Then could the interview begin. I'm just going to give it a test to see if it if it works. Okay. We just give me two seconds. So had this little in their recording device that you fit into your ear, like an earbud and then the other end plugs into the record section of the dictaphone and it records the telephone. So I was holding telephone up to that air resent his had his telephone he was talking into. So the audio is leaves a lot to be desired started by asking him about life on death row. If he had a girlfriend on the outside, who visited here. Well. Jokin assuming anymore. I'm here in alternate, Damon, do you know? So I just do whatever I please to do, you know? So here's your girlfriend. She's Nancy. That's where some she from Texas, Ohio, and she lives in. Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio. That when I met him for the first time, I would at least see this monsters a cliche, but certainly somebody who was capable of these brutal crimes that you've been convicted of. And yet it was this small diminutive guy who was overweight and very softly spoken, didn't seem physically capable of these crimes. Got a breaker system here in in in Dallas, four ward area where the trays meet that wanna go almost twenty place in the United States can go from there fast sometimes to somebody's in Roman swamps swamps. We have some swamps here in Texas in two thousand and three is any beginning my career as a journalist, interviewing inmates them, writing about criminal Justice hadn't been doing that for the previous six years. What I'm wasn't prepared for toll, though his confessionals rezendes began to tell me about additional murders, committed some of which hadn't been investigated. One did I did. The lady is the blame for. She's serving life in prison coupe this is the. Demon Pima Salinas Kohaku you spell this part of the Tate resent. His takes the blame for the murder of Darrell kala. Hacker who was found beaten to death in his home in the early hours of June, the thirteen nineteen ninety eight. He suffered massive head injuries resulting from fifteen blows from a steel pipe. She's in prison for murder. Husband when I beat it..

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"dmc media" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"Thomas jefferson absolutely would have been a red there is no question most of the other founders while definitely jefferson thomas hancock would have been a guy who town santosa anti was not a guy yet now that was his middle name went by his middle name thomas hancock all people known as john who know about the founding fathers know who's not john hancock it was thomas he would have been generating taylor thomas jonathan callard it's tool time and the tools are dismantling tyranny something new we need to do again today but uh he would've been a silk road heroin merchant who killed people who would written articles on the huffington post any would've gotten oranje dmc media guys so spinner split along for july weekend oh our talk about one of the there's a couple things that happened over the long for july weekend there were awesome i think the top of the list has got to be felix's finally doing real life valor rousey of jake tapper i was so happy shadow to at racism back roofer filling what am i like you know we've all got and jake tapper we've all got an m like when he does is selfindulgent like those send me a picture of veteran and your family and all tweeted because the greatest honour for a guy who got ptsd from seeing child death is for shitty newsman with the middle part at age fifty three tweet their picture but you know all gone him with like timothy mcveigh charles wittman hydro hitler i recently tried to get him with eric von looted doors but it was not able to but.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Three percent th see or last and then as much cb de those are the two active compounds in cannabis th see and cb de everybody knows th see because it gets you high cb d does not and so we are kept to an extraordinarily strictly limit on th see and miss sort of open ended but at least five percent on cb de so when it when it comes to the to see content it's negligible isn't it it's it's negligible to the point of being detrimental to what we're trying to do we have there is legislation in missouri house right now that would give us a little bit more wiggle room on that so it would increase the teaching levels from point three percent two point nine percent still far below most other states that are cb de only many cb only states are three five up to seven percent th see were asking for still just less than one percent because there are so many ailments that need a little bit of a mix between th _c_m cb de with a one two one ratio being ideal why are you can bet explain what see _d_b oil is first of talk about some of the benefits of it that are presumed out there okay so cb deal loyal is an extract from the cannabis plant that has a certain percentage of cb dmc media's one of two one of the two main compounds in canada's third there's somewhere in the mid sixties and numbers of compounds in cannabis but the two main ones are th see in cb de and cb d has shown to be particularly effective for people who have seizure disorders have a rough see epilepsy but there are others other things also cause seizures brain tumors cause seizures so cb de has been shunned be particularly effective with epilepsy the lawmaker who really helped spearhead the law that we operate under has a child that is is spoke very passionately dt in order to get this past so unfortunately a lot of other benefits can come from the on traj affected the whole plant extract has and so right now we we're not able to really give you very much th see because the laws so limiting so a little bit.

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WKQI Channel 955

03:11 min | 4 years ago

"dmc media" Discussed on WKQI Channel 955

"And i can i go figure that's right exactly matter fact i went with their pissed when danny said today's national therapist today and you will meet twice the amount ana you normally will pay alright shannon you get the dirty coming up here in just the second we're going to get that out away and they were going to do the adult toyed price's right right now when a camaro convert of all three one three two nine eight nine five nine five three two ninety nine five nine five qualify for that from gordon chevrolet and mojo in the morning thirty of the thirty is brought to you by merry go college rashad jennings thirty on the third hillary clinton that all of the delegate that he needed during yesterdays roll call at the democratic national convention in philly too officially become the democratic nominee for president the first time all woman has been the presidential now many of the major us political party bernie sanders asked democrats and now min eighty hillary a show of party unity anaheim that hillary clinton through my did as the win after he did all of the bernie or bust supporters walked out to the arena and protesting facts some of his supporters a storm to be dmc media ten tonight other set for years or jump security gates i mean it was total chaos their minute their awful last night grow star lina dunham an actress america for era to longtime supporters hillary clinton appeared on stage and slammed donald trump it done on an according to donald trump might not be is probably like michael taylor and invited the dominant i'm probably have made it and then this morning president obama sitting down for an exclusive interview on the two days show with savannah guthrie and he was talking trump all than i got acute up to the tv hair because i didn't have a earlier possible that donald trump when the presidents hate anything is possible it is but the nature democracy that until those votes were cast in the american people have their say we don't know i worried you know as somebody who has now been elected office at various levels of for about twenty years i've seen all kinds of crazy stuff happened and i don't think anybody who goes into campaigns not running scared commend uploads will have more on his interview with cnn three next hour and in last night's base tonight by the way at the the democratic national commenced yeah everybody's on the savior everybody's saying excuse me he's been have a hard time competing with his waist that was just a wonderful really you know by both the democrats a republicans will see yesterday but jimmy fallon on a show did the pros.

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