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05:33 min | Last month

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"I think maybe a couple weeks ago or something. There was one that really got me going. I think this pizza. Yeah this one. So infuriating were thankfully almost the end but amanda rafael. their families. The entire world was stunned. Especially in the us when you're used to like if you get off or you're convicted or acquitted your fine like your without charge. You're done like you don't need to face trial for that again. But everyone was shocked. So let's see. Obviously they still maintain their innocence on. May i two thousand fourteen. Amanda didn't interview a cnn where she asserted. I did not kill my friend. I did not wield knife. I had no reason to. She's probably ingrained. These into her fucking brain by now should probably heard daily affirmation yet like literally. Yeah so then. On march twenty seven two thousand fifteen and italian supreme court thank the lord overturned mandate conviction for the murder of her roommate meredith curvature so she and rafael finally free. I'm guessing there's probably some limit on how many times you can retry somebody because now. Apparently they're they're like they're out of there. Why did they overturn it again. Why it was just the same kind of process all over again. There lawyers appealed it. They brought the same forensic evidence to the table. They had to like sit in jail again while they this. I don't think so. I think it was going through the appeals process and they were just waiting so they thought they were going to end up going back to jail but reeve live your nightmare and after everything you went through for three years almost exact same amount of time..

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05:24 min | Last month

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"He's standing there and they're like journalists like well you know you only have a couple of weeks left before. She's not a hot ticket anymore. And you're not gonna get much money out of this story like you know that right. I mean i'm sure they're trying to bait him but it's so fucked up and he goes sorry. I don't quite look at my daughter's a hot ticket for the media. My daughter is someone. I haven't gone to see in three years because because she accused of. Yeah yeah and it was just like what do you expect him to say. Like you're right. We should call harpercollins. I dunno it czar. He was clearly trying to this man but it was like. Oh my god. How lake loaded that. We have to stoop people so she signs a book deal with harpercollins. Fun fact wasn't saying that book money. Please tell me. She tried to like sue. The cops for defamation so she does do good things with her future which is great but i mean i get it. I would write a book to. I'd be like listen. I need a to process the somehow air be to like share my side of this fucking story when everybody else has been slut shaming me across the headlines for three years. I don't i don't blame for one. Second all fucking money like off college. I got put in prison and like yes. So she can't just go work at the dairy queen because like everybody recognizes her so anyway so that's not the end. Sorry was it no christine. I don't think i can do it. I know i'm so i'm okay. This is all over two years later. March of twenty thirteen italy's highest court. The court of cassation reopens the case. Now this is another thing. I'll i'll quote the new york times. I was going to try to explain it. But i'll at the new york times. Do that job quote..

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05:36 min | Last month

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"We're happy yeah. We can have tomorrow look forward that so all in all according to injustice in peru yadda org following evidence was stacked up against getty specifically. Who's already been convicted. But this is proof evidence at least that he acted in this alone. He admitted he was in the room. His dna was found in and on merida's body his dna along with merida's blood was found on meritous purse. His excrement was found in the toilet owes his. It was his Shoeprints were discovered in her blood and were found in the bathroom area in the bedroom hallway. His handprint emeritus blood was found on a pillow case in her room he had a cut on his right hand that was still visible when he's arrested and he had fled the country so call that and they're still like. Oh no but amanda orchestrated the whole thing about who is running this. Who is okay. It's fucking giuliano. I'm telling you it's is. I mean this. This is so stupid like at this point like he has to not be sleeping. Well right. there's no way he believes still a man and keeps making a point of about how catholic he is and like they literally show him in a catholic churches. They will pay the afterlife. And i'm like you ari you really after like bitch i. I kept wondering. I wonder what happens after we die. And do you find out like that. You really fucked up big time. I don't yeah we okay. So he's half like and like what like so. Her being flake affectionate with her boyfriend was like just such a sense. That it's now. I really gets like really sick. A lot of it was him looking at her as like this wretched like type. Yeah like from the bible like she's she's leading these men astray like i really think some twenty. She had to figure out like logically. It was not her fault but he'd already come. And i wonder if you'd like to say yes. Yeah i wonder if like you get to a point where you just can't. It's too late to go back. You know. I wonder he got promoted later anyway. So we'll get there but yeah no timber. Twenty seven two thousand eleven Celestial does raphael's lawyer. Julia buongiorno hammers. All of it home saying that. The media portrays amanda as a fem fatale comparing her to the cartoon character. Jessica rabbit who protests. I'm not bad. I'm just drawn that way into movie. Who framed roger rabbit. Oh my god she says. There is no physical evidence placing amanda and rafael at the scene of the crime. She attacks the credibility of the dna evidence and says amanda statements to police. The night of the murders should be discounted because of the hostile questioning by police. So that's how that's their rebuttal. But we all know that already okay. October third two thousand eleven and appellate court jury of six citizens and two judges overturned their convictions. Wow how long did it take so that was october. Twenty eleven eleven. Yeah so she's been there since. He has an eight three years..

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05:42 min | Last month

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"So a trace of fails but so were two other men so it's like wow you conveniently out so she also says dna must be objective It for what you want it to be. And i must say there were also problems with contamination in the lab. The french police definitively identified amandus profile. You could see very well. It was a good profile but with regards to meredith dna found. It was such a small amount so scarce when you have such a scarce. Dna the likelihood of contamination is very high so with the knife she said that a man is dna was on the knife which was at rafael's house which makes sense if she cooks there and she hangs out at his apartment and they have dinner together. Whatever makes sense. That hurt would be on his life but she said when they say they found. Meredith does not provable. It was such a small amount that it can't be certain it was actually meredith's dna on the blade of the knife. Which was the one thing. Amanda said like i can't explain why that would be there and now this experts like no we can't say that's her. Dna it's too small. There's not enough. You can't say that it's hers. So when the investigator asked when you looked at the knife where you inspecting by itself. The forensics police replied no. We examined fifty of meredith samples at the same time. Okay so all fifty of these were being in the lab at the same time so the fact of it. It wasn't done in a very clean like separate each piece was an individual room cuss labs or whatever so just also like side note. Is there when they're doing all these trials. Is there also a language barrier there. Are these translator comment. And there's probably translators. Because i'm pretty sure amanda at this point is speaking english in in her testimony. I will say by the time she like this. You see her like at the end of his ordeal. She's like speaking italian pretty well so i think it's on the news. That's all you've got to do with your time and also like it's like life or death and that like it's the only way you can communicate with every talk of like immerse immersion. Wile who need. I also do a lingo get arrested in italy. Jeez yeah we'll also i 'cause i i wonder how much amid such a small amount of trauma compared to the rest but imagine the additional fear and in the middle of a trial when you can't even understand the lawyers defending you when they're in the middle of a courtroom. Yeah when there's like idioms and things that get already got you in trouble. Yeah every every second. I would be comfortable. Yeah i'm pretty sure there were.

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05:04 min | Last month

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"God. This girl can't get a fucking break. Perceive i don't i i don't have i don't have it in me to. I don't know how to. I'm so mad at the and i'm used to being that at the american justice system which is so fucked in its own way. But it's like yeah well now there's new things to be about a different countries judicial system in my mind. I'm always so mad at like you know what's going on over here. I like to think that everything is different in in another in another space. But they've got their shit handled well at least this one case. That is not all fucking truth. Humans are humans human. I don't have much faith in in a lot of health. So the the police beat her and then he says they they hit me and then they say we're suing you for defamation. How dare you say so. They've not the shocks me anymore. It's baffling so they hit her in the head. They screamed her. They keep her up for fifty three hours. Whatever they keep her. they don't let her sleep. They don't get let her lawyer. They speak to her and italian. They tell she is hiv. They make shit up. They like psychologically you know fuck with her and then she finally caves obviously and says yeah. Okay fine this guy did it. And then they say well. Why did you say this guy did it. Why did you say that. And she's like 'cause you made me and they're like well we're suing you. How dare you accuse you know it's like cornered and cornered cornered like i don't even know how you get to find peace early justice. How could you ever feel like right about any like. Do you ever get justice again. Unless you turn into like a superhero in beat the living shadow these people or you have to go to like a buddhist temple and spend ten years like covering like that. I can't fathom going through it and recovering mentally when my god. I'm just always amazed how people get through shit like this. So she maintained her innocence. Obviously and on november twenty four twenty ten amanda and rafael began the process to appeal their conviction is a whole 'nother year later. They're appealing the conviction now and amandas lawyer. Luciano gear commented quote rather than prosecutors. Having to prove she is guilty we now have to prove her innocence. Which is much more difficult to do but they try so june. Twenty seven. Two thousand eleven. The appeals of amanda. Who's now twenty three and remember. This all happened when she was twenty so she's been in there for a long time for a year abroad and now she's fucking stuck in prison for years. Never nfl win. This is all over and she gets to go home. Has anyone ever tells her like. Oh my god. Like i love living abroad. She has every right to the offering that too. I was like what happens if you've been watching tv. And it's like a italy's on. Like i think i would be so triggered. I can't fathom. I would not. I would not be able to even probably have a tv or near italian book. I don't know i mean. Imagine having a kid monday..

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03:17 min | Last month

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"The whole world has been following this amanda knox and rafael solic- to- socio. Sorry are convicted of the murder of meredith culture. I wanna say. I'm surprised but like that was where we were heading right. I mean ev. Every way they it's not their fault and yet they're in trouble so yeah it seems to be this zero percents shocks me. Yeah they haven't had any comeuppance yet. I would say so. Amanda sentenced to twenty six years in italian prison. And here's yeah. I mean really was convicted and sentenced to thirty so you know the number of the set the years. The sentencing is which shocks me more than the fact that she got. She had convicted. She spent a year and a half. So i that her found guilty to in shocking but the amount of years saying well if they really believed she raped and murdered the girl than like you know. They're going to give her a first. Please tell me she did not spend six years so so well. She couldn't have because this was in two thousand nine. So okay even if but you're right jury's out on l. l. up to you what happened but she couldn't have served all of it yet if she's still there which i'll tell you whether she is or not. God yeah in two thousand. How many years have been twenty five. Two thousand twenty five shoe to come out. No two dozen nine plus twenty five years thirty thirty five something okay. But she would have been like in her forties or fifty lake in her. I mean she. it's terrifying. She would've been like forty. So amana sense to twenty six years rafael sentenced to twenty five and on top of all this. Amanda and rafael are to pay meredith family. Seven million dollars in like wrongful death. I guess it also. Why did she get an extra year because remember. She is a ho- astor mind. Let i don't know apparently so. I'm really sure but you know okay. Sure got an extra seven million dollars. Yeah they were ordered to pay that to married his family and she was ordered to pay lumumba sixty thousand dollars for defamation which pisses me off. Because i'm like they literally cornered her into saying that he was there like basically the police just said give six thousand dollars like as you said a terrible thing about him. You should pay money. It's like you said if. I literally i dare you to say things and now also you have money because what a terrible thing to say. It's like you told me to say it. Yeah so backwards. So the defamation charges continued as amanda appeared in court on june first. Twenty ten facing more charges for saying that italian police beat her during an interrogation. She said police use the threat of physical violence to intimidate and pressure her which led to falsely accused lumumba of murder but officials denied these allegations. And that's according to cnn. So basically the police now took her in for defamation for saying that they like hit her and like interrogated her in this horrible. Why so now. They're suing her and it's like.

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04:21 min | Last month

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"Select places same with rafael's and we're we'll get back to the knife because that is just turned out to be whole bunch of shit but right so they're like how on earth dna which is untraceable to the human eye time. How would they have selectively cleaned up only their dna and left. Rudy's that doesn't make any sense. They're not pinning it on rudy with his dna. And what are the guy. What are the forensic. Experts said. Something really interesting. Which because i never totally new. How like you said how easily dna travels. But he said like things is miniscule skin flakes if you if you said if you rub your arm in a row like they can find dna. I learned this. I because they save like ninety percent of dust is actually like skin part. Yeah i hate. That fact took something gnarly like. It's the same listenable where they say like you. Eat twenty five bucks a year your mouth when you're sleeping it's like hey all the things you hate about living whenever whenever i think of how much of dust as actually skin i think about every time i sweep where i'm like. Oh the hughes me rj. Nelson's skin heavily sweet. What you're right. I just should do it anymore. I mean i don't know always think like how the hell did all of this happened. And it's just gonna be just you know if you off your hair falls off you if you end up like sweating or crying or if you're spitting and you're talking i mean who knows but so it's not hard to get your dna spread out. So if the brock class was forty six days later after the murder and the crime scene hadn't been late cordoned off. There could be any number of ways that dna got on there. So that's just not a fair argument. So on december four two thousand nine after fifty hearings while the so the trial had started in january and two thousand nine and then she took stand in june. And now it's december so this has been going on a full year the trial and she's still on. We've certain two thousand seven. Yeah that's when the murder took place okay. But she's been in jail for a year. Well i think she's probably been in jail since the murder since she was arrested.

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03:52 min | Last month

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"I want the kurt your family to know that i did not kill and did not rape their daughter. It was not me that took her life away. And it's like your semen was found in her body right. You admit it like your evidence. Your evidence evidence was all over the place that your dna was there. You were like the bloody crime scene. He literally confessed to this by the way like gertie said that he was in the bathroom. And then someone's stabbed. He said oh. I happen to be in the other room. Yeah when somebody when and he said. Oh amanda wasn't there and now he's on trial on stand saying oh actually she was there and she did it and it's like you've already been convicted. Sit the fuck down man all the tiny little things you know all the oh. She wasn't there actually. She was there. A silhouette have has completely changed too. I saw her person. She was completely there and she was outside the window and she loves halloween six games and it's all her fault and he said i want he looked at merida's is sick. He looked at merida's family. It was like. I want the kirch film to no. I did not kill their daughter. And it's like but like you did though like your evidence was inside her. Yeah you did though so. I don't know you've already been convicted of it. It's not even allegedly like you literally have been you're in prison for it so even though this was like a big gas moment for the whole crowd at the trial knox's amandas legal team. Were like totally. They like got real fired up about this and said today does not affect his trial because no one believes rudy guetta. He is not reliable. He is a liar. Even the prosecutor said this today. He has changed his stories which like yeah. He had mosul any many like eighty degrees. He changed the story so the fact that anybody would be like..

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04:14 min | Last month

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"I forgot about the travel. How could you forget about the chocolate. Because i just got so filled with rage. Oh yeah thank else chocolate festival after this. My mom just got back from germany and she said the only thing i want is milka chocolate. And she's coming over later today and she's bringing the chocolate action if she forgot. I will literally baker turn get back in the car. That's not that's not an option Very excited anyway. So when asked why she had signed this confession saying she was there and her boss did it. She explained that she only done it because she was put under the intense police like pressure fifty. Three hours of duress. Yes under duress brutality. Fucking hit her in the head Yeah remember they like slapped her. No i don't remember that. oh yeah. They slept her remember and they screamed screaming. Remember remember but i remember them hitting her in the. Yeah they physically. They hit her in the head. Just keeps getting fucking worse. Yeah a man literally just slapped her so worth didn't let her lawyer etc And so she says like. I only said it because i was under this. You know pressure. And i felt deranged. They were altering my conscious morality blah blah blah so in the prosecution. Who's keeping why would you say it if you didn't mean it He he pushed the motive. That amanda killed. That's part of a sex game as we know. Halloween sex games To be specific. Halloween sex game at all saints day. Sex which doesn't sound quite as quite as And of course. Amanda was and he says this had to do with rafael and rudy And she was like the mastermind and of course. She's like no. That's nothing that didn't happen. We were watching me. Leave me alone But the prosecution claimed knox was sex crazed quote lifted from lumumba's lawyer who i guess turned on her because she had initially implicated him so even though she was pressured into that like He said he was guilty..

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05:50 min | Last month

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"So punishment strung it out for a week so My thought this whole time was why first of all why did lorraine allegedly agreed to this. When she was when there was a fifteen year old that her husband wanted to sleep with like and then move in with her. I think by the way she moved in when she was eighteen. Just to clarify okay. Well that's good. I mean good not good but it's like at least also wonder if lorraine didn't totally know until she was eighteen. I don't. I don't know because i don't want to. I dunno i just. I'm throwing that out there. That she might have been fine with it because she didn't know how early started. Just putting that out there is a potential. But also here's another reason that lori might have been okay with it quote okay with it is judith. Says that ed was abusive and would beat lorraine sometimes until she was unconscious. Folk me are you serious and said that they thought she thought they might kill each other so he's just a bad guy. Allegedly according to her angled allegedly especially and then like but then i'm so thrown because unlike other documentaries and videos i saw they are not only painted as like some people who are so in love and like. There's no way that that would be the behind the scenes storyline. But even like my guess if this is true and she was the victim she could just be saying things out of. I mean but she'd it always seems like her and the kids and everyone were always like they were so in love like i want that relationship so who i don't know i don't know but it's it's this is very this is only and i'm not trying to if this really did happen. I feel so bad for this person however it is one person who is saying. There was no other information alluding to abuse. Or anything like that that i saw except for this one to one angle angle yes And if this is what really happened to judith. I totally my words. And i'm so sorry this happened to you. Yes so anyway. All this information came out because of the conjuring lawsuit with toadies producer rights and tony. What have you done. I met tony producer rates and gerald brittle with the d. manala. Just doing them at. I think at the same time they were doing with these two things and i my question is like how the fuck did these two people get this information from judah like how did that happen where it came from. This information is kind of fell out at the same time. And i i think it was their way of saying like well. Did you know all of this stuff. And how bad the warrens are why would you even want to write stories for these people make movies about the did lorraine die before judith. Came forward She was sa- she was in her ninety s and had like brilliant intense dementia. I think maybe it was a scenario. Where like she finally felt comfortable. It maybe and it was like in the news and maybe she just wanted to put her story hour or who knows. Yeah so so. I'm gonna mention this a little bit later. But she so lorraine was alive. But i don't think she was capable of saying anything like okay. So yeah i don't know judith. Wanted to like jacker peace. Finally so according to tony The warren's daughter. Judy the daughter. Yep she apparently lived with her grandma. While judith lived at the house which so and judith does say her declaration she says i was the only girl who lived there and this.

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04:12 min | Last month

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"That's very cute hotline. I like it a lot so pm so anyway i mean sheep. I imagine she would know her parents better than anybody. And i'm sure she also feels the need to defend them to see. Yeah and i again. I don't think judy is wrong. I have one hundred percent faith that lorraine really did do that stuff. And i do also believe the warrants when they say like we just wanted to help people and if you just want to help people but you also make money from it. I think that's fine. Like i just. I don't know how. I don't know where the trickery comes in. You know it's hard to say where that line showed up true so judy. These are just three other quotes from the interview. That have really nothing to do with anything. But i thought they were really precious in or not precious. One of them was precious but the three of them were all like worth noting one of them precious where she was talking about her dad and she said my father always talked ghost stories in my family so we had fantastic halloween parties and we spent a lot of time. Walking around cemeteries and i was like. Wow you really had the life. I wish i let. Let's say i'm jealous jealous and so another quote Completely separate is she. They asked if she if she was ever a sceptic to what her parents did and she said she saw enough proof being around her parents that she couldn't have been a skeptic about what they did that she saw her own shit too many times after being around them and then they asked if she inherited any of her mom's gifts and she said she might have inherited some of her mother's guest but every time she has noticed something weird happening around her. She backs away from leading herself. Open to it. But there have been times where she was able to like predicted death or things like that and she's been like i don't..

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03:04 min | Last month

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"That person did exist at the house but she was not a witch and she did not die the same way in which was much more tragic movie. They also said that there was never any satanic worship or on the property. There's never been any deaths on the property. So i get why you would wanna clarify that if you lived there and you realize especially when people are like let's break in a haunted house com my there's no satanic shit going on your behalf. She wants laid on the law of houses. Just a house with a family and it leaves the fuck. I get If you do want more information like more info on like the true debunked story of bethsheba sherman There is a blog spot page. That has so much information. Someone like really researched back sheba. It is dreaming casually poetry dot blew. Also i love that. I'm like she was from the bible and its like bethsheba. Sherman is that jesus's last name wait a minute. Vp taliban sherman. I didn't know that..

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05:20 min | Last month

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"I don't i mean maybe i'm i'm not trying to sound like i'm defending them. I'm just trying. This is one of the first times where. I'm not one of the first time but this is one of the few times where i have to do. Your job for like narrow people still live. That could be upset by what i'm saying. Allegedly it just. Yeah i just i don't want to offend anybody. 'cause i don't know what's true and what's not so i just feel like i have to keep playing the balance game now. That's an important caveat like we're just playing around theories it's it's i don't i don't know all i know is they. Were going into a lot of haunted houses and at ten thousand. Maybe some of them really. We're fucking haunted. And maybe some of them weren't and make money off of this like you could say i'm gonna make money. This have still be haunted. Like it doesn't necessarily mean you're making it all up and i would love to go put allies on it. Even if it's real. I was gonna say it's act begins like he genuinely wants to go into haunted houses but he also genuinely wants to make some fucking money doing that right like we're telling i'm trying to go stories and i'm making money and like it's great to have a bowl money from this is a little bit i am but you know what i'm that buddy i'll give you one penny new like i don't think there's anything wrong with having an interest and you know job that you love doing and yet come with getting paid like a fine line there because it's sort of like people in the creative field for example like some people get shipped for yeah charging further creative services like but they're doing work there so i get the line there. Yeah i get it. But i do think it's interesting. That a person he had never met head investigator and now he's saying while we're gonna make a lot of money of.

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03:57 min | Last month

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"Threatening they just the money later to talk about how scary it was So plus on top of their lecture circuit and they're speaking engagements they also made. I'm sure they made a bunch of money from selling their rights to like the amityville story and things like that which sold like crazy so just having their name attached to it you know made them super big. They were doing Press junkets they were on tv shows. I mentioned a lot of this last time. But i just want to go over it again. That like they were getting a lot of media appearances and all of them they were getting paid for A lotta times. They would claim that haunting only came from engaging an occult activity or sending in some way. They were very conservative. Yeah so apparently. I didn't read the book. So i could be totally wrong but the sources i was reading. It looks like they read the book. They were saying the winner at the book. So it's called the demon. I mentioned it a little bit later. Actually but it's from nineteen eighty the knowledgeable in I guess it really shows how Stern or how strict and their religion that they were Were but it seems that they would say basically any version of you sinning. You're just opening a portal to the double like it really really really strict straight out of the forties good christian sucked into some warm hold on so some say that they may have actually. I don't know if this is true or not but there is rumor that they might have actually turned families away who weren't religious because they were less likely to fall for any haunting. They might trying to convince you of. I don't think that's true if they're doing. Ten thousand cases meteors thousand strict. Catholics sir. what do i know but skeptics will probably say like oh and they found people who are the most vulnerable to believe them you know share sure so also it was a little ski vida people that they were also bringing in their own film crews for like local news affiliates like that heard about that so lake in amityville they brought their little film crew And that picture of the ghosts boy by the stairs is like super freaky. Like looks like a real alive. Human child people are like that literally have just been human child's. I mean everyone in the amityville story says there was nobody in the house of renault children in the house. that picture. I must is if you if you saw it. You would know it here. Amityville very boy picture. It's so the story goes that they lorraine felt something by the stairs and took a picture and and There's a very creepy picture of a little boy leaning over the stair stairwell. Oh we are do remember this. Did you talk about this in the amityville episode. Maybe under the picture. Okay but the do. Apparently the boy a looks like one of the defeo children who yes you did. Oh my god yes. We literally have the instagram from way back. When from one we should reposted. We'll replace it could be like i mean it literally looks like ah child like i mean. Yeah if you if you believe in the words and what they're doing and you also just read the amityville books just saw the amityville movie you know that they're attached and like everyone is saying that this picture is legitimate. You know it would be really cool if it was legitimate. It'd be really scary. If it was legitimate realistically skeptic could be like they literally just took a picture of a fucking like so. I don't know there's it's like that picture. I don't know if they were like sold it for any money or anything but the fact that they even had the local news com..

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"doc martens" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

02:59 min | Last month

"doc martens" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Okay. You technically got evidence but like it could all more or less be excused. If you're not a believer it's easy to say like oh. The picture was doctored or audio. So i did mention this last time too that they were devout. Catholics and ed happily admitted that he would do things for clout money. If it meant that their fame would rise so people would pay attention to them so that he could have a larger audience to expose the devil to and a lot of people could see that. As like okay. He is a devout catholic and doing what he needs to to fight for god right but other people can also say like he literally admitted he's a clown chaser right like he wants an audience. Yeah and he's like hiding behind the fact that he's catholic to like make it seem valid or something right the one of the issues that people take with him and they're they're intense catholicism and then like using this as like. Don't get into the occult. They just happen to be really big during the seventies and the eighties which was during the satanic panic and so it's almost like they put themselves in the front lines of being the prime leaders before there were any other famous experts to rely on about this so whatever they said went especially when there was a bunch of parents fearing for their kids that they were gonna get into the occult and chat so you know. Parents are making their kids. Go to these lecturers. Colleges were worried about their students. It would make them go to lectures a huge college circuit. That they ran. That's crazy because there was this fear that the teens are going to get into witchcraft. So by the way also in two thousand twenty one. It's like not a cute. Look that they were using this propaganda. Make people afraid of witches. let's talk. It's very bizarre and like questionable. He they also. It was a really..

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And That's Why We Drink

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"doc martens" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

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"doc martens" Discussed on Rare with Flair

Rare with Flair

03:46 min | Last month

"doc martens" Discussed on Rare with Flair

"Things that are staples in your wardrobe that quote unquote never go out of style. Because i think i've heard with like the the uprising of take talk and the internet. That trends are coming and going faster than they've ever come before like within a few months a trend comes and goes of. What's what the new fashion trends and like. I like keeping up with trendy clothes like we were not gonna lie. We aren't wearing skinny jeans anymore. Right now yeah you guys. We very honest conversation. I remember like january february. We're like wow skinny jeans out we gotta move on gotta we gotta go and it's not because we care what people think like honestly i think where what you wanna wear. It doesn't matter if it's trendy or not. But i personally liked slake staying on trend. You know what i mean like. It's not i'm not. I'm not looking down on anyone. Who doesn't in fact i still have. Some of my peers are skinny jeans. I'm not saying. Burn them and never wear them again But it's kind of like when something like that. Like skinny jeans goes out of style. I almost also stop liking it as much. And i guess that's me being influenced by the current style. But i look at like cry field the same. Yes it's not that. I'm not wearing them because someone told me they're not cool anymore. I literally think the other styles look better. But that's because i'm being conditioned to think the other styles look better weird. No i know the marketing really works. It works But what do you think are some staple pieces in your wardrobe. That haven't gone out of style and you don't think will go out of style so i kept a lot of dresses. I love jazz. Says i don't think a lot of them are in a style that is going to go out of style. I think a lot of dresses can be really timeless but especially a fit and flair address. That is yeah look honestly never going to go out of style it looks flattering on every body type So it's something that. I think that people could stand to own. And you know maybe the pattern or design could go out of style little bit but regardless. The style of dress is going to probably stay for very long time. That's true i was kinda thinking. Like a lotta my style. I really liked kind of the vintage. Look of some things. And i think that kinda look as can be timeless as well Like those kind of dresses the more like classy looking. I don't know how to describe it. But i think like those silhouettes definitely don't gotta style even like i was talking about. We always talk about how much we love. Doc martens and i'm like even dogs never really go out of style. Honestly they don't talk. Dogs have been around for like decades. And they're still like really amazing. She was they last forever. yes yes. They're they're extreme quality. And you know like you can pair them with so many different things than have them. Look you can wear them with address. You can wear them. Short-sea can well with anything. You can wear jeans a jumper. Whatever docs denim jackets and leather. Jackets are always gonna be around forever. Denim in general will always be around jeans You can't really go change. But i've had leather jackets some school That i still wear you know. They have more of a distressed look now but that also has a time and place to so you know i i think even just playing tops. I'll absolutely plagued by you. Well oh yeah one of my favorite shirts right now..

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Dr. Jill Biden Is A First Lady For All of Us

Vogue Podcast

03:05 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Jill Biden Is A First Lady For All of Us

"Jill biden visits community colleges which is a lot these days. She was received in highly choreographed. Settings by governor say were members of the public as the nation's first lady but to administrators teachers. She has dr. Jill biden college professor at salt community college in illinois. There were pink and white flowers out. Everywhere befitting her visit the even matched her white dress and pink jacket but there was also a welcome. Dr biden sign so huge that the period on the doctor was as big as her head. It felt like a subtle rebuke to that scolding. She was subjected to back in december for using the title. She has every right to indeed in all the places she goes lately. She is honored as a woman with several degrees. Who has worked really hard her whole life at the most relatable job there is. Everyone has a favorite teacher. After all on our visit to the navajo nation. In april dr biden was introduced by someone came to think of as the ruth bader ginsburg of indian country chief justice of the navajo nation. Supreme court joanne. Jane a tiny woman with hair pulled back in a tight ponytail. Winning doc martens dr biden. Millions reap inspiration from your quote. Teaching isn't just what i do. It is who i am in birmingham alabama. She was introduced by a lawyer. Liz huntley a sexual abuse survivor whose parents were drug dealers. I want to thank dr biden from the bottom of my heart for the role that she plays not just the first lady but for her heart for educating she told me she's grading papers on the plane. Y'all what who does that. They say being an educator as a calling in your life that you can't resist and she just won't let it go. December debate of titles seems awfully small in the face of all of this. Jill biden schools visiting vaccinations sites traveling to red states to sell the american rescue. Plan telling folks that help us here. The role she's fulfiling on these visits is in many ways neither first lady nor professor but a key player in her husband's administration a west wing surrogate and policy advocate and underestimated asset. As mary jordan the washington post reporter written a book about melania trump. Put it to me. It's hard to imagine. Joe doing this without her which is not to say that dr biden who is constitutionally shy doesn't take special delight in these visits she becomes looser goofy and more expansive. You generally hear her before you see her because she is often laughing. She is quite simply a joy multiplier as part of her elevator pitch for free community college part of the one point eight trillion american families plan president biden proposed to congress in april. She likes to talk about one of most dedicated students. A military interpreter from san came to america to start a new life a few semesters ago. I got a text trimmer. It was like six in the morning on my way to the hospital. Have my baby research. Paper will be laid to which. I replied excuses excuses.

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Looting and fires continue in downtown Seattle as protests turn violent

News, Traffic and Weather

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Looting and fires continue in downtown Seattle as protests turn violent

"Nick tell us where you are and what you can see well it since about three this afternoon we've been here in the west like pause over near Westlake park and behind us you can see still demonstrators that have been we're essentially the epicenter of this entire day going to began with all this frustration at being pent up against law enforcement over at fifth and behind those car fires obviously been put out but Kane county sheriffs and tactical gear made their way through the area just I'd say about ten minutes ago but right now it seems that a lot of people just been standing around and have just been continuing to demonstrate despite many people moving on to different locations all we've seen a couple different businesses being broken into the doc martens on fourth Avenue we saw people running in there about five or six people but aside from that and the gap store over at the corner of fifth and pine demonstrators continue to just stand down and protest and show their frustration over what's happened with what happened in Minneapolis and several other different locations obviously a lot of frustration continues to grow and people continuing to want to demonstrate that whether it's on TV or whether it's here on the streets of Seattle on but either way and this is been the scene that we've been seeing for I'd say the last ten fifteen minutes with only a couple walking away you could see people walking away with a mannequin pieces of mannequins and also came from stores it's it's it's been quite a scene in the last twenty to thirty minutes you're located at Westlake center that's where the rally he organized a rally was held it was supposed to be peaceful there are pastors people speaking on the stage so from where you are right now from the vantage point where you are at any sort of organized assembly it's over now correct yeah there there is no organized assembly that that ship sailed a while ago in this area they have that organized protests that happened from at Westlake park but as soon as that March when all they had made their way away from this area and I was to ride out where that fire had taken place spent lining up all right up against those demonstrators who are still here over at fifteen point Nick thank you very much I'm gonna ask your camera man if I can to zoom in back over to the right Justin this down being saying we just saw moments ago a group of people walking through downtown Seattle with legs and arms of mannequins that they've stolen from looting in the store there's an obscene gesture Fauria but really an astounding and just incredibly sad thing to see that is happening in downtown Seattle tonight you mentioned the doc martens store looted the north face store looted the Old Navy store was looted earlier tonight the poly clinic set on fire police vehicles burned and it we've talked most of the night about these two separate groups there was the peaceful protest the peaceful demonstration speeches made our prayers prayed that's all said and done what's happening now from here on out the people that are downtown now or are there I'm guessing for reasons of raging of violence of looting and pillaging the downtown core of Seattle and this is going to be interesting to see if and when the National Guard gets here how they're going to put a stop to that the mayor said the National Guard should be in place sometime tonight and this is an unarmed National Guard coming in possibly if necessary to protect citizens it's also interesting to note that earlier when protesters and demonstrators and riders were marching towards the police precinct there was a line of police officers protecting that building just an hour ago mayor Jenny Durkan addressing the city she said quote we will take all steps necessary to protect residents and property in the city but Eric as you mentioned we have seen live images of people actively looting vandalizing stealing from the downtown shopping corridor and this live look right here right now so bold maybe this is where Nordstrom is near right near Pacific place a couple blocks away from pike place market we have yet to see police activity protecting the stores or standing guard to protect the property in the downtown area on those police are stretched so thin because these groups have splintered off into several different areas and of course they have they have set up a line around police headquarters are trying to protect that they are trying to protect the stores and and the citizens but they are stretched so thin at this point but it's almost impossible without some more help and again I'm worried about when darkness comes here in another hour hour and a half what's going to happen under the cover of darkness as as this chaos continues in downtown Seattle again the speeches have been spoken in the prayers have been prayed in the protests have been protested now this is ugliness in our city this is sheer chaotic ugliness and we can only hope that order is restored just as soon as

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