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Hunting Warhead

02:59 min | 6 months ago

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"I can do things in life without drugs and alcohol. I can manage. Maybe try and do that in jail. I can definitely do that. They're heard. I don't think i could ever do jail without my family without being by them. A little stronger than thought. I was not going to trial gonna guilty to everything identify. Did nelson's lion voted. Whatever the judge says after that the crown warrants five to seven years liars hoping for three. Because i still say that's a lot day next.

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Hunting Warhead

05:13 min | 6 months ago

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"Actually been crossing guard for twelve years for the city. Went down there after processing stuff and did stuff with the kids. Drought on slipped down the parking lot and stuff and she was always good with the kids. Harry also confirmed that diana's neck crumbs shuttering constant pain her final quarter tear reading making her into a padres. Already move so we went and got checked out and her mom back to to really odd. Those system seems to just under the rug. Really they clash because she does the street drugs as a drug person. So they won't help are all pushing a mixture. Just go get more. I was not aware of all the heavy stuff shoes on how i could have been so stupid and then a monday. In march everything changed. We're having a party at the house. There was a girl in the bathroom. I'm medication when i have to use about half an hour. I'll actually wet myself. So i hollered in the bathroom i said. Are you finished there yet. She said yes. I started walking towards the bathroom. She walked about when. I walked in about just as my white can corner and she said what are you doing. I said i'm going for. She said no. You're not you're no. I wasn't there was just a big misunderstanding. What it was. I admit was serious like she did what she did for. Sure but still you know. I mean my daughter's talked. I drive my kids up to see her. But i can't say they've put up against me talking to her at all because i'm the victim right but we're still a husband. Wife wouldn't a women's my time makeup. I mean really hard actually. I can't really talk too much into the hope.

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Hunting Warhead

01:49 min | 6 months ago

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"First time i could move like you know like without pain and and then she turned to illicit drugs. Found any kind of anything on the street for pain. Relief and morphine pills. Codeine and suffolk that. The alcohol helped with the pain for drugs. Help with the pain then. Someone offered her crystal meth as in pain. And they're like wall. Try this now again. Just a few times. Probably once or twice a week for a good three or four months straight talk. I just want pain gone Diana was drunk and high on the day. She found harry and her friend alison at home. Alone.

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Hunting Warhead

04:16 min | 6 months ago

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"Finding her strength in her faith. I've been trying to get back in here. I spoke to the top. And then he said there's never been a baptism done here before. But i said well between you. And i if we put some requests maybe we can be the first one and just to have that i guess chocolate or something in interest plus me because sure. I'm saddened press. You know. But i'm also still when to tell jokes and china if someone else's spirit but showers cry then i as a role for carry on day.

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05:45 min | 6 months ago

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"I'm forty six years old. I've never been in trouble with the law. It's my first time in. Hopefully my last diana's learning about remand. It's a certain kinda agony. The courts haven't decided if you belong in prison yet but they're pretty sure that you don't belong in society I've been here. I think i think almost six months now have been transferred. A few times I've gone to ottawa carleton. I've gone to sarnia. I went vanya for a night and I think. I said it's hard enough to be in jail for the first time but the constant transfers make it even worse and.

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Hunting Warhead

01:56 min | 6 months ago

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"Then there was another immigration officer. Who was going through my wallet and he out a picture of my four children and he said are these your kids and i remember telling me off so yeah those were my children. I was angry by that time. Because he was touching my children even though it was just a pitcher and he said. If you don't tell us the truth he will never see them again. Although that seems so far fetched like never. That's kind of crazy. In that moment of darkness and despair. I believed it and that was my breaking point. And i said i will tell you everything you want to know. Just put back. My children put them back.

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Hunting Warhead

05:45 min | 6 months ago

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"My name is rosemary green and this is life jolt. It's a podcast about the experience of women in the correctional system. Women like me.

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Front Burner

01:56 min | 6 months ago

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"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in the norwegian newspaper. Vg hunting warhead follows. A global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting of the new york festivals and recommended.

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01:30 min | 7 months ago

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"With me. I said he could but he said the only way that he had come as if august seen as come. So i said no. I have two kids here not having that. I'm sorry. She reached out to allie to. And she's like i am homeless. I got kicked out of my place and augustine also homeless. And we've been to play sleeping here there in like wherever i can say with you. Well at that time. I was married right so my husband wasn't comfortable and i can't like i'm sorry though you know i would love to i. Just i just can't laura didn't have a phone but she would often check her facebook at a local internet cafe. That's how she would get in touch with layla. She never had contact ever. It was kind of a little bit exhausting. The tracker doubt to and she was always reading from me like you know. She was ashamed and embarrassed herself. So it wasn't easy like layla was still living in montreal. She was learning firsthand that while there was still plenty of discrimination against trans people in society. Things were improving. There were opportunities healthcare for trans people. Wise expanding workplaces couldn't just fire you anymore. Social acceptance was growing. Made a life. It lets you offer for more. Cbc podcasts go to cbc dot ca slash podcasts..

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Hunting Warhead

06:28 min | 7 months ago

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"It's impossible to list all the ways in which trans people were disadvantaged discriminated against and forgotten about by society. I don't wanna make it sound like being trans was some miserable experience at the time for lots of trans people. It wasn't and even for those who had a really rough time. it wasn't because they were trans. It's because society found ways to make their lives difficult take the shelter system when many people find themselves out of a job or out of their apartment and on the street. They can turn to shelters. They're not perfect but they can at least put roof over your head for many trans people. That wasn't even an option but our shelter systems weren't allowing transfer willing to go into the shelters that they felt safe for identifying what their gender style eyebrow tied with the city to consultation with all the shelters to see how accessible they are for trans women and not one of them was right though. It was not uncommon for trans women to be only welcomed into women's shelters if they presented as quote unquote female or what society thinks. It means to be female of workshops at the dalai avenue. Berman here wearing skirts. There was one woman wearing a skirt. Are i see bummer. That are looking very masculine in those group while you trying to tears on trans women for the safety of all women and spaces woman like all different ways. It doesn't mean they're less of a woman if they're going to have face whatever. Now monica and laura came out two decades part but the toronto they knew wasn't all that different around two thousand fifteen. Laura was homeless living in a tent encampment with some other people. She was only twenty four. she'd already been in and out of jail for years on her criminal record. Most of her charges say an f. A no fixed address that sprang one charged. Listen address as a women's shelter a couple months later. She lists her home as seton house. Men's shelter that. It's back to the women's shelter ben back seton house. We don't know why. Laura moved back and forth between shelters that year. Maybe the women's shelters were full as they often are or she didn't want to face any transphobia she'd experienced there in the past or maybe she was giving the shelters addresses when she got arrested. That was actually living with her new boyfriend. Lord met up with god. Although ras new boyfriend augustinas balanced dent talk from my own experience coming out. Very young relationships are really important. Especially when you're trans because you feel so isolated alone stuff for her friends awards. New relationship seems at first like good news. The two of them get an apartment for time although they move around a bit then. It's backed no fixed address and more charges. The two of them seem totally entangled with the law on top of every arrest. There's always more charges for failure to comply or for not showing up to a court date. There's all sorts of things mixed up in this drug use economic precarity homelessness. It's complicated one day. Her childhood friend. Allie gets taxed. Laura had just gotten out of jail. I was like why are you in jail. I didn't even know that you were in jail with us crazy. She says i had a warrant. She says for missing court and fingerprints. What did you do. she says. I stole some shoppers drug mart. Laura got caught stealing from pharmacy. She says now involving my eyes out trying to find my boyfriend. We have no phone and no place and stuff walking around looking for him goes. Usa split. They split them that. You're going to be somewhere it's moral. You need a place to stay in the meantime she. I do a place to put my address for sale. I say he's mine. She says i'll do that thing. There's one thing we keep hearing from laura's friends and family the relationship with ballast. Dan was toxic. We can even see some of it. They had these sprawling fights that would pile it on their facebook walls. A laura told her friends that balanced and beat her violently while none of them told us they saw it firsthand. They believed laura when she told them her friend. Layla says she remembers seeing a laura in rough shape every couple of months that i would see her in person. I could just release either. Wear terror just marked up with a evasions everywhere beaten by this man that she was with. We've put these allegations to balance. Then but he has not responded. We did get his rap sheet. He was never charged for assaulting laura but on his criminal record one charge does stick out that seems to support her friends concerns in two thousand sixteen. He was charged with robbing sexually assaulting and threatening to kill someone at a public housing complex near the village. He pled guilty to making the death threat and spent two months in jail. So i understand how transforming gravitate two men or two partners michael thing men in general but to partners for support and stuff like that even though that relationship was talk on so many levels..

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Hunting Warhead

03:58 min | 7 months ago

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"Gardens park white taxed flashes across the screen. The gunshots were masked by the sound of fireworks. It's as on. That victoria day may twentieth nineteen ninety-six marcello pomme picked up a revolver got into his truck and went out with a plan to kill transgender sex workers. He would gun down three women before being arrested. He junior and deanna. On the same stroll where laura would work a decade later. Even though pomme was john a customer of these workers he called them scum. He hated them. The coverage in the media made it pretty clear how someone could develop such a disgusting notion that these workers were less than human. Deanna was transgender. It's hard to say how junior self identified. But their father said they no longer wanted to be a man and brenda. she was actually sis. Gender a casualty of palmas crusade against trans women. But in the papers these women were mocked the papers exclusively referred to deanna by her birth name. They published the victims hiv status and called them. Quasi women columnists rosie d'amato mccollum suggesting that society isn't to blame at all for their deaths. She wrote quote. It is a grievous insult to suggest that the rest of us have somehow contributed to these triple murders by not doing enough to embrace and to reinforce gay rights or prostitutes rights where the correlation between all of us and the madness of one person's killing rampage. That column looks so similar to what ran in the papers in the nineteen seventies brushing off a culture that led to game and being systematically killed palme would ultimately be convicted on three counts of first degree murder. The killings however would not be prosecuted as a hate crime restaurants food. You can we as a community the discrimination with on a daily basis just like the gay community two decades before trans people were coming out and they were learning that society didn't always take kindly to people who were different more than ever activists like monica realized. They needed their own spaces. Safe spaces big alarm bells. That went off that we needed to really focus on trans people in our communities the five thousand community center. A queer focused hub that sits right in the heart of the village. Tried to fill that space they posted a dropper trans outreach coordinator so i applied and i got the job and had to be a sex worker said hey whether better position better way to get a job and get out. Monica and another trans activist helped create that dedicated space. They called it meal trans. It was a place where any trans person could come and grab a bite to eat but also where they could just be with other transpeople was the moment community fouled like people cared about me and my life does matter. We were giving them that space to rowan and say yes. You deserve to live. Guess you deserve medication. Yes you deserve the things that other people have. We were allowed to be able to work with the community through a harm reduction. Approach right so making sure. They had condoms them and stop when they were doing the work. They had information that they can relate to 'cause there was never resources for trans people. When we read things doctors officers or at community dinners gravitate to.

Deanna Monica rosie d'amato mccollum monica deanna laura nineteen seventies john three women Gardens park a decade later three counts first degree twentieth nineteen ninety one person five thousand community marcello pomme two decades -six rowan
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Hunting Warhead

02:42 min | 7 months ago

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"Working against her. Dad could never hold it up. I don't feel like she was like that but mentally. Maybe she felt like she motivation because she never got motivation from other her. You know her family also. I think that she wished she had a little bit easier. Eventually a laura was back to living on the streets. When she had nowhere else to go she would make it back to michelle's sal i was going i was leaving my house and Wielding a patio. And i just looked over there and laura was laying there sleeping so like what are you doing and i guess. She had a pretty rough night. She walked away from downtown to me in scarborough that is about a three and a half hour walk and so i let her in and she slept for the whole entire day. Fed ours took a shower..

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Hunting Warhead

05:45 min | 7 months ago

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"Without layla. Award went back to her parents place. But things weren't great there and she started learning that the canadian government didn't think very highly of sex workers especially in those years. I get a hold of her court records. Her first criminal charges. An adult was four communicating for the purposes of engaging in prostitution. She was eighteen years old and the law kept coming after her in the next few years. She faced some petty theft charges. And when i say petty i mean petty. She was arrested in twenty eleven for stealing a t shirt and then again the same year for stealing a box of ice cream so now. She's a trans woman with a rap sheet. Even if it's i some pretty minor crimes that would make eating legal job a lot more difficult. Then something else happens. Her mom gets sick. It's lung cancer. Lauren my mom. We're very very close. And she was there for my mom while she was doing all our treatments. And all that like this is will ra- sister michelle wheeler. He didn't leave. He stayed whether the whole time and definitely affected him. That's for sure there's no rock to fall back on. You know. I should note here that sometimes michelle uses he to refer to a laura. Michelle explained to me that sometimes she still uses male pronouns. It's not malicious and there's no intent behind it it's just a habit but it is exclusive to their relationship so to you and me a lower was and will always be she with all the troubles at home. Michelle left at sixteen. Laura was still a kid. They didn't actually spend a lot of their childhoods together. When the laura was just twenty two for mom died it was devastating but it brought her michelle closer together. He was there for the whole like we became so close and this was after he had told me he was translated in mind. I didn't care at all. We weren't really even that close before. I had kids and after my mom passed away he just became like my rock. He helped me so much with my kids. They loved him so much especially my son as we chat. She brings up pictures of laura on her phone. This this feature. I really liked. I think she looks beautiful. Got long light brown hair. Framing her face with her. Bangs swooping down over one eye. She's wearing a leather coat. She's got glossy lipstick dark shadow and dramatic eyebrows. One thing i've heard from everybody knows laura. She was a whiz with makeup very confident. She was such a good drawer. And i know she could really do anything with her face. You could probably be a really good makeup artist if she wanted to be. I look at the photo. And then i look at michelle. Who's sitting across from me down along dining room table. It's striking just how much they look alike realizing the photos. I've seen her later. You've got you have like a real family of ambulance interesting. I think that she kinda pick makeup. That ended up fumbling. You frankly things. I did look up to me. I definitely know that. Even though i wasn't always that confident. I tried to be the best as i could. But there's definitely some regrets. That's for sure and things that could have been could have went differently. After her mom died a laura got her own place. Nothing fancy a rooming house in scarborough on the eastern edge of the city. Now far from michelle was living with their kids. Gonna sounds like even just having that room. Even rooming house was kind of more stable. Then percent was a laura would often lend a hand to michelle around the house. I see a facebook post from michelle thanking a lower up for watching the kids so that she can have night out. There are pictures of the family on a trip to niagara falls. But it's telling to me that laura didn't feel entirely comfortable being herself outside of her community outside of downtown. When we're in scarborough she would only dress like boy went downtown. She would dress as a girl. I mean she had been in scarborough. A few times has girl but only what she had to be. Is that fair. Yeah basically when.

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Hunting Warhead

04:27 min | 7 months ago

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"Where living where were you kind of getting meals and basically we're like little rascals so we would spend two three nights out and sneak back from either to my place or her place depending on like our parents work schedules. We knew that we would have to Basically take a little break and go home and get grounded and not be the house and told not to see. Hang out with that person anymore and have our wigs and makeup and skirts has taken away and then you know. Meet back up again in a week or two and be gone again or we would stay with clients or sometimes just sleeping. Mcdonald's bathrooms mixed in with the glamour. And well sleeping and mcdonald's bathrooms. There were risks inherent in this job. A laura and layla they knew that sex workers were often targeted. Girls go missing. Girls end up day. Girls ended up addicted. Girls end up traffic kidnaps sake. We knew about it all we. We were aware but it was kind of like you. Think about it and like there was nowhere else pretty much in the world that we get that type of attention We went to Seminars how to keep yourself safe sometimes like maybe never shut the door all the way when you're driving with a trick in the car so if you need to jump out never fasten your seatbelt. Never turn your back to the never let top of you never be in a hotel room with things beside the bed. Such as lamps or alarm clocks devices with cords like many sex workers preferred listing ads in the local weekly newspapers safer. You got to screen your clients and set up dates in predetermined locations but a lower and. Layla didn't have that luxury. Where else are we going to go to sex work under age. No one's gonna host that that'd be that's child-trafficking at that point right. So the advent of the internet specifically the digital back pages made advertising possible for girls like laura and layla. Craigslist came up so we didn't have to be on the streets anymore and it wouldn't be only after ten o'clock at name so then we started reading twenty four seven. We didn't have to pay out three Be able to work and and listen. I know what you're thinking. It is not good. Their websites like craigslist made it possible for underage sex workers to find clients. But that wasn't a laura and leila's concern. They were just out to make some money so we got to lake. You know have professional photo shoots the rates higher. We got to work with you. Know people that wouldn't be driving around us sketchy corner like that and we started to meet people that are actually would like you know. Take care of us and funder life one summer. The pair cobbled together enough money to get their own apartment but the home quickly turned into a place for other girls to work out of. Layla says the lifestyle was getting out of control. We started select other girls. Come over we started to have dates there all the time that apartment was also a grim reminder of the violence that base to their community apartment directly above us. She's still cold. Name cassandra and she was strangled to death and left in her bathtub. Cassandra dough she was also a transgender sex worker. She was killed in her home in two thousand and three..

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05:02 min | 7 months ago

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"It was a laura honestly. She was drafted gorgeous. Anybody will tell you that. She had a naturally feminine body. She was tall. She had a studying face shadow. Walk late you knew. It was her from a silhouette. Wait on the street. And she showed up to that corner and everybody else would just call it a night. She just had no fear kind of with it. She just jumped right in v. I would kind of profile or evaluate or look around the car or see. If i see anything like there's passenger seat or you'll try to get a few words. Get them to talk a bit too. So i can kind of get a feel for them and then you know. They're picking up a sex worker of the street. They don't wanna be stopped for too long so alive it would just be like all of you. Who live totally change stepping into that corner from what. I was going through in society to that crazy. Layla was around. Eighteen years old but a laura was two years younger. That's pretty young and then we just started to do kind of like a buddy system out there. Why did you feel the need to have a sort of buddy. Well you know. It's downtown toronto. After being near jumping into strangers cars so her were pretty new together at the same time in very picked on like a lot of girls didn't want us to be out there especially her because she had these legs to die for. So you know it'd be cutting their grass if they seen us around run us off the block and stuff like that and beat us up. Provice you don't. I had a mother who cared and so does she. We weren't kicked dolls. We weren't abandoned for problematic. Troubled girls so you know it wasn't like our parents were looking for. There was many times when. I both our plan for her dad. My mom came right onto that block. Pulled up right onto. The sidewalk called to some degree. This was economic necessity. Laura and. Layla couldn't just walk into the gap and get a job hanging over your driver's license or filling out and employment information sheet outing yourself but laura and layla. They wanted to be there. This was freedom and understand that. Like that's where we were queen. You know the normal society did feel that way. We get weird looks all day long and people addressing our identity the wrong way people like being people pointing people being in shock. And then you go out there and you have cars almost driving over curbs like looking to look back at you and like you know it felt good so also being translate you go from being. You know a minority in awkward to a goddess in apprentice. Addison pretty much. You know pop star. Laura and layla. They were known on the street as the bratz dolls. If you don't remember them they were these fashion east kids toys. The dulls had glossy full lips and glam makeup. They were two and jean shorts and thigh-high boots plenty of young girls wanted to look just like them. We have like a little tiny fan club. going on. That was like underground. Was edgy was injuries. It was glamorous. She was mostly into at that time. Whatever girl that was living in the projects was into school little cam. How many licks.

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04:31 min | 7 months ago

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"Ran into each other. Took like into each other and became pressed. There was a coffee shop at wellesley and parliament. It was called the baker seven. I don't think there anymore and it would attract a lot of homeless people a lot of street. Kids a lot of everything i mean. It was twenty four hours right and if you needed somewhere safe to sleep with light were there's people around you could go and knock out in there for a few hours. The coffee out. Eat something i later found out that actually like while we were all homeless streak and she actually atta hold. You know. she had a home and she didn't want to go home like she would say. She was base sur abuse bear. They didn't really expect who she was. And you know laura an alley ghost for their own reasons left home when they were really young. They ran the streets in the east end of toronto downtown. Just a few blocks away from the village. A laura's family didn't have a lot of money. They moved from place to place for a while. They stayed in a hotel but more importantly she didn't feel comfortable at home. We were both maybe triads grows like. She was living as her first six months living day to day as girls at the same as mine on the streets alone matt. Layla going through exactly the same thing she was. Layla was just a couple of years older. It was easier just to be away from home in like in the streets was kind of scary to come out a second time about being trans so like we felt more comfortable dressing up into mcdonalds washroom than like at home because we didn't know how would we had the same childhood where we were bullied in school. People couldn't tell her gender. We played with dolls. We were scolded for Parents over it and you know we grew up like that. Laura knew from a very young age. She was transgender. Her mom seemed to accepted readily her father. Well he didn't. He wasn't supportive of it at all. Actually he would take us aside like tell us you know like cut. He didn't want us to be dressing asserted away. Row the other kids or that would be read. Dow guys down that we're only asking for a difficult life. Her mother was referred to her as her she and then her father would say his head have. This was the early two to be openly. Gay in a high school was rare and it would mean almost without exception being subject to some pretty intense bullying to come out as trans was on another level. It was incredibly brave but it also wouldn't be easy not by a long shot. Public schools weren't doing it for us because we were more than just homosexual or whatever. Luckily for laura. Layla tronto had an alternative to those public. Schools says so we ended up into a school. That was lgbt. Only there was called the purple triangle and both of us went through the same program. She went to the triangle program was a pretty extraordinary opportunity. It's a high school that was designed to support queer youth. It's the only dedicated. Lgbtq high school in canada. Even if laura's dad wasn't comfortable with her gender identity a psychologist told her parents. This wasn't just some phase at our pads. Were basically told that as we grow older most likely we would probably lean towards identifying as the opposite gender. Laura had a tough time though. It's not surprising. A- difficult home life living at least part time on the streets. It's not exactly conducive to doing well at high school. Even if it's a particularly supportive one amidst all this laura was a teenager. She was still figuring out who she was honestly. She had so many names. I can't remember by that. A laura the stack when she grew up in kind of blossomed into a true self. It was.

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Hunting Warhead

03:14 min | 8 months ago

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"This is a cbc podcast from david. Region the creator of someone knows something comes a brand new investigative series. The next call. The first case investigates the disappearance a fifteen year old melanie. Fbi who vanished in the early morning of sunday. September twenty ninth nineteen ninety six. She only had a kilometer to walk home but she never made it and her family's still searching for answers. Now here's a preview of the next call and any other tip or explanation or theory that came forward. That was something that you thought was more believable or that police had followed more closely. What's sullen tells me. Next has the ring of something. I should pay extra attention to so. I had a friend that i've known since i was six and her boyfriend at the time in my mind. He was also a suspect because of many tips. That came forward to me a store. Her boyfriend at the time was dennis. Livy lynn's friend is named sylvie chartrand and her boyfriend. Dennis levay has been a suspect. Insulin's mind for a long time. So right from the start. He was really involved in trying to find out what i knew from the police. Lord's going on away on third. Somebody had arranged for me to go. See a psychic and hang on so within three days of disappearing. You're going to see a psychic. Yeah somebody stopped at my house and said you gotta go see this woman. She's help police solve the case before. So you gotta go see her feeling was willing to try anything in these initial days after melanie's disappearance so she went to see a psychic driven to the psychic by dennis levy and throughout the trip. Selene says he was very agitated. Okay okay this boyfriend was asking you information but what you knew and what police were asking you and things like that because they were like we were there quite often. Noni was even their morning but apparently he was gone fishing for the weekend. That's what i was told so anyways about three days after he drove because my car was still not good so he drove me to the psychic. He was various trusts about what is being said. Look he was making light noise. Things are like. It was really stressful for him. So i thought that was fine. So then i got back to lose gertie drops me off males and then he says well whoever whoever took my house to have marks because she made me marks lately fighting and lifted his sweater at his wrists and show me he a nail marks like deep nail marks and said it was for melanie so he said whoever took mel has marks. Because with the marks i had from her from play fighting. This has been a preview.

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