35 Burst results for "Jane Doe"
Golden State Killer faces surviving victims during 3 days of impact statements
"And through the week victim by victim of the golden State killers, Rapes, kidnappings and murders will face Joseph James D'Angelo in a Sacramento courtroom to state how his crimes changed their lives. There was so much emotional and physical trauma that I carried with me, and we're here to say that her mother Is not Jane Doe number 22. It's a rare opportunity given to survivors whose cases didn't get a trial is D'Angelo admitted to nearly 90 crimes to avoid the death penalty. At the end of the four day hearing, he will be handed multiple life sentences. Luciano CBS NEWS Los Angeles 6 50
Lawsuit: Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. raped New York woman in 2013
"A new accuser claims an actor sexually assaulted her in a New York hotel room. A lawsuit filed on behalf of an unnamed woman in New York Federal court alleges Cuba Gooding Jr forced her into sex at a hotel in 2013 suit states. The Jane Doe met the actor at a restaurant, claiming he asked her to come up with him to his room so we could change. But once they were inside, he raped and sodomized her alleged victims suing the star for a crime of violence based on gender and seeking damages. Reps for Gooding Jr. Or deny the
Court Unseals Documents in Ghislaine Maxwell Lawsuit
"Unsealed documents show that Jeffrey Epstein was offering advice. Take Elaine Maxwell as latest 2015 despite her lawyer statement that the quarters socialite had no contact with the disgraced financier in a decade. Maxwell's in a federal jail in Brooklyn after her arrest this month on charges of engaging with Epstein in a sex trafficking scheme, she's trying to stop the disclosure of documents that include her sworn testimony in a civil case. Joining me is Bloomberg legal reporter Patricia Hatano, who's been covering the Maxwell case that give us the background on these documents there? This is a prolonged involved. Story goes back here. There was a young woman named Virginia Robert to Frank's, and she says that when she was 16 years old, she encounters going Maxwell at Mar a Lago. Her dad works there, the maintenance man, he gets a job at the law. She's handing out pals and ah lovely woman. British woman comes up to her She's reading a book about massage and offered her a job working for this wealthy man who wants to go looking for a private, Mr She said. She was 16 years old at the time. So she goes to the mansion. If it turns out, she's introduced Jeffrey Epstein and he immediately and Maxwell, she alleges. Forced her to perform sex acts with the two of them program and she became a sex slave she and alleges that was in 1999 2000. So then she ends up. Trying to join a law with victims of Epstein after everything gets his secret plea deal, and she makes him comments about Maxwell publicly and Maxwell coming back and issued a press release in January 2015. She makes pigments and says that this woman is a liar. Would provoke a pram a defamation lawsuit. Dupree, Suze Maxwell for Defamation and Natural gave testimony under oath questioned about the sex trafficking. Judy was very, very aggressive. Her lawyers included David Boy and this guy Bradley, Edward and Pottenger in Florida, and they really went to question Maxwell at people that worked at the stain home in Palm Beach. All kind of allegation. Soju phase allege with force have sex that you have traffic in Spain. This man including alleged princes, possibly Prince Andrew. She named him and Maxwell denies it. So what happens is the stuff was all settled right? On the eve of trial, 2015 losses got settled right before trial, And then the documents were under field. So how did all those sealed documents get unsealed before Jeffrey Epstein's suicide? But after F being gets prosecuted, the Miami Herald goes to ask why this field And the Court of Appeals. Second Circuit Court of Appeals directed that the judge who had originally had the law didn't properly feel you shouldn't have properly field everything. It was improper to keep all the documents from the public. And so that's how we get to this point. The circuit orders last on the order all these documents and fields and all the documents start hitting the docket. And the next day, Jeffrey Epstein is found dead in his jail cell of an apparent suicide. So the document release was sent back to a new federal judge to preside over what properly on field in what should not be properly and field And you can imagine there's all these implications for other people whose names may can't come off other victims who allegedly were there when the trafficking occurred or were also traffic who may not want to have their names come out there like a Jane Doe Juan and a Jane Doe two and no Mortal, Jane Doe and also John Doe. So Judge Preska on July 23rd shelter hearing after you know, Matthew now been charged and says, Okay, let's go and have a hearing about what you get on field, So she ordered the first transfer documents to be unsealed last Thursday night, So that's how we get to the testimony. Maxwell with questioned under oath. The government used the testimony as a basis say stay. She lied and committed two counts of perjury for lying when she claimed she was never present. When Ft may have been sexually abusing, underage girl know, and she'd seen anything like it, she was not aware of that activity, illegal activity no more. President ever witnessing it so that testimony remains under seal because she went for an emergency motion and after the court of Appeals to again stop the release. Thursday night, the 30th so that was on 11th hour stock about part But the rest of the documents hit the docket starting at like 9 30 on Thursday night. How many documents are already out 2000 pages released in August. So that's when we started first seeing these allegations of possible you know Prince Andrew's involvement, some captains of industry more implicated some senators from former president their allegations that were flight records of people who were on the plane. Two F Things Iowan in the Virgin
Body of Seattle man found over 35 years ago in local park is finally ID'd
"After thirty five years the family of a missing Seattle man find some closure the body of a young man was found in a park in nineteen eighty four with no ID the king county medical examiner's office only had the man's fingerprints Dr Kathy Taylor says they were finally able to identify the body of thirty year old mark L. Ashland after hearing from a woman who had been searching for her uncle we just need that one phone call we could see that one connection helplessly and John or Jane doe the fifth person chooses Ashlyn was buried in a grave marker jondo but now they can give him his name back
Harvey Weinstein trial: Defense witnesses dispute accusers' accounts
"With closing arguments and Harvey Weinstein's trial all about to start we catch up with a reporter who's been in the courtroom then. Her surprisingly modern film portrait of a lady on fire. Selene CRI wanted wanted to tell a story of women in the seventeen. Hundreds when asked the experts like a hallway women doing with the period of time. How are they handling abortion? At the time they know everything thing about the hair. They knew everything about how I should dress and behave the didn't do much about their privacy and we'll explore the sonic wonders of Ambien Church. That's today today on the frame. We'll be right back. Harvey Weinstein's defense team rested its case in State Supreme Court in in Manhattan yesterday the outcome of the trial hinges on six women who testified in court that Weinstein sexually assaulted or raped them the five felony. The charges against the producers stemmed from the allegations of only two of those women. Those charges include rape criminal sexual assault and predatory sexual assault. The last last which carries the possibility of a life sentence variety senior correspondent Elizabeth Wag. BICESTER has been following the case. She laid out the allegations of the two main accusers accusers. One of the women. Her name is Mimi Khaleej He. She is alleging that Harvey Weinstein assaulted her and that was from an an incident in two thousand six now the other woman. Her name is Jessica Man but we didn't know about her prior to trial started. She was Jane Doe and we didn't well her name or her story until she testified and she is alleging that Harvey Weinstein raped her and sexually assaulted her over the course of many in years during many different occasions. So what has been the core argument presented by the government in its choice of an questioning of witnesses including wounding several other women who described a pattern of alleged assaults committed by Harvey Weinstein or presenting a case that shows the Harvey Weinstein was not justice of sexual harassment sexual assault or rape once twice or three times. They are showing that he has a pattern of sexual title predatory assault now. Even though all of these charges stem from two women largely there have been multiple women who have comment according flip testified. Now the reason that that has been done so that the prosecutors can establish a pattern and the judge allowed women to take the stand to testify justify to help establish the pattern their card mall now witnesses and even though charges do not stem from their account they have taken the stand and told the jury what they allege Harvey Weinstein did to them and it's worth noting that what they said happened to them happened too long ago to be used directly in a case in New York against Weinstein so the defense rested yesterday they did not call Harvey Weinstein as a witness. What was the thrust of their defense strategy? Yeah so the rest of the defensive strategy was essentially to make these women appear as if they were opportunistic and as if they wanted their own benefit they wanted career advancement they wanted personal access from Harvey Weinstein. Of course Harvey Weinstein has said from from the very beginning of any allegations that all sexual encounters have been consensual. He has maintained that his defense of course has maintained that and his defense pence is trying to poke holes in these women's stories and they've done so by showing evidence of text messages of phone logs of emails that depict the women and stay in constant communication with Weinstein after they alleged. They were assaulted. We're talking with varieties. Elizabeth Wagner about the trial of Harvey Weinstein. One one of Harvey Weinstein's defense lawyer gave an interview to the New York Times as Megan twohey in which she suggested that sexual assaults are basically and I'm using in her words now that blame rests equally between the person who is being assaulted and the person committing the assault. I think women need to be very prepared prepared. For the circumstances they put themselves in and I think absolutely women should take on equal risk. That men are taking on and the responsibility responsibility should be equal as well as that been mirrored and how they have questioned witnesses at cross examination. It absolutely has that interview. That Weinstein's lead attorney Johnnie Gave certainly made waves A lot of people have said that she is a victim shaming and victim blaming while in court when she she stands up in Cross examines these women what she has said is you kept emailing him. You stay in constant communication with him. Are you really telling the ladies as in the gentlemen of the jury that the man that you call your rapist is also the man that you email to make sure that he had your new phone number in court. Though when many of these women have taken the stand they have explained to the jury. The only reason they went to a hotel is because Harvey Weinstein said. Please meet me in the hotel lobby for a business meeting. So they went under the understanding. They were meeting him for a business meeting and then they were lured off into a hotel room and brought into a situation said that they did not believe they would run into. I think it's also fair to say that rape experts have said that victims sometimes remain on hourly good terms with their assailants after the assault. It also seems that many of the women not only believe that Harvey Weinstein was interested in helping their careers but also feared what would happen to them if they spoke out about what happened. Yes so all of these women on the stand they have said that. Not only did they think that harvey could help them with their career because that's exactly what he said when they first met him. You know that he said to Alabama you know you're an actress. I think you're great for this lead role. Why don't you come in meet? Meet me at this hotel to read a script but they also said not only were they hopeful of the career advancement that Harvey might be able to give them but that they also feared fear that if they spoke out that they would be blacklisted from Hollywood he would ruin any chance of career entertainment that they would have so as the the government and the defense lawyers put on their closing arguments. And the jury's begins its deliberations is the fundamental question whether or not these encounters were consensual. Is that what it comes down to. Absolutely I mean this is a case ultimately of he said she said the the big question is was. This consensual wasn't not in. There is a lot of gray the area none of this is cut and dry in fact only one of the accusers ceased all communication with him after she alleges she was assaulted so there is gray area here because the question remains why did these women keep in contact with him and were they trying to advance their careers by complying with his requests. And that's all down to
Judge Refuses To Immediately Drop Rape Charges Against Newport Beach Surgeon, Girlfriend
"A judge has decided to think about a motion to dismiss rape charges against a surgeon from Newport beach and his girlfriend despite claims of government misconduct and political exaggerations of a thousand rapes the case has been postponed till April judge judge made it very clear I don't care about the politics what's the evidence Jane doe number for the tourney Mike fell says what matters is the seven women whose cases are up for dismissal and if the evidence shows that they are a victim were criminally it can be prosecuted beyond a reasonable doubt a ruling is now expected at the next hearing in April prosecutors and defense lawyers both say they're okay with the judge
Judge Refuses To Immediately Drop Rape Charges Against Newport Beach Surgeon, Girlfriend
"A judge has decided to think about a motion to dismiss rape charges against a surgeon from Newport beach and his girlfriend despite claims of government misconduct and political exaggerations of a thousand rapes the case has been postponed till April judge judge made it very clear I don't care about the politics what's the evidence Jane doe number for the tourney Mike fell says what matters is the seven women whose cases are up for dismissal and if the evidence shows that they are a victim were criminally it can be prosecuted beyond a reasonable doubt a ruling is now expected at the next hearing in April prosecutors and defense lawyers both say they're okay with the judge being thorough at the harbor justice center Corbin Carson
The Community Cure: Transforming Health Outcomes Together
"Topic for today is called the Community Cure. He is in demand speaker. An IMPRESARIO IMPRESARIO featured on Ted Huff Post live and text as well as lecturing internationally he lives in Sacramento California with his wife and daughter order. James Let's get right to the nitty gritty. Why this book in why now? Well I've been on a fifteen year plan to try and transform healthcare. You know the first fifteen first few years I was really learning about what was going on and ultimately I come from this position of a health economist semester. I was trained in health economics. I saw that both in America where we have this kind of like health insurance kind of system with employers and people and then in the UK. Where I grew up where we have a single payer system in both systems? The same problem is we're completely running out of money not enough money to pay for care and you know the world is having to adjust to that reality and a big part of it. When I came to learn over time is that this is sort of like the overall thesis? This is that a pharmaceutical I approach to life style driven chronic disease is a failure is failing and has failed and it's failing in both America and in the US and the UK and so ultimately you know we need to find a operating system of care where the goal is everyone's just well and independent of the medical system and so that led me to functional medicine and that led me in two thousand fourteen to stop the functional. Oh Forum to really grow the number of practitioners that were capable of getting people off medication and getting to a point where they were independent of the healthcare system Kim and living without medication to into the ninth and tenth decade but ultimately that plan is worked and we've grown the number of doctors. There's a now. There's one functional medicine doctor in every town but ultimately what I realized is a couple of things. One functional medicine is all about the root cause but the biggest root cause in chronic disease and death was not being dealt with effectively. And that's loneliness. So loneliness is a bigger driver of all cause mortality not like social stress with loneliness and social isolation as a key driver is the biggest dry is the biggest driver of all cause mortality and death more than smoking. Smoking more than alcohol Morvan nutrition and just think about how many causes fat on nutrition says the biggest issue. And we're not dealing with it at all right and then the second thing is that functional medicine has not made it to poor people. Let's be real about it like it's made it to some of the middle classes in the last few years. By some new remodels that we've been teaching like direct primary care and and that kind of stuff but ultimately hasn't made it to poor people like the bottom fifty percent of America that can't afford a health deductible adoptable and over the last year like I took a road trip around the country for four months. We put on twenty six events in the summer two thousand eighteen and over over the last few years I've borne witness to a really elegant solution to all of those issues a solution by which everyone could have access to functional medicine. Listen that would solve so many problems. simaltaneously loneliness chronic disease physician shortage physician. Burn out like thank all of the big big things that could be solved can be solved with one super simple solution. Once I tell you it a month. Your listeners here. I don't I think you're going to be able to shake you out of your head because in a certain way it's obvious you know. Think about it before I tell you what it is. Just think about how we treat alcoholism in America Noah right alcoholism alcoholism since the nineteen thirties. We put people in groups and we have people share with each other because what the alcoholics need. They need accountability support support education. They don't need drugs and they don't need doctors and so that's why the AA has a group that's being created around that what. I'm here's what I talk about in my book is that it is clear to me. Not just through my own ideas but through what I've seen on the ground what I born witness to that lifestyle driven in chronic disease must be treated in groups. And it's as simple as that. You know you've talked about this for a long time In our other podcast cast. You've talked about socio economics. Correct me if I'm wrong. James you know in all of the blue zones where they these people live the longest. They have enormous enormous sense of community. And my correct on that. Yeah absolutely you know the community does two things one it. You're not having loneliness and social stress as a driver for of disease but also in the blue zones the community access sort of like the vehicle for doing healthy behaviors. They eat together do they. Exercise together they move together they they you know they deal with stress and community like all of these. Things is a compound effect. Because it's not just the the the the the the loneliness but it's like the healthy behaviors are done in groups and that's that's the key factor and so what I see. Is that like group. Medical visits have been around for a while in America. It's not a new idea to do group. Medical visits the new thing is what are we gonNA do with people when we get them in these groups and and ultimately what we've seen in the last five years and particularly in the last year and I can give you some amazing. Examples is functional medicine delivered in groups. Wha- hat let's get a group of people together and let's teach them self efficacy. Let's teach them how to eat. Let's teach them how to relax and not let let's not just teach them. Let's actually do it. Let's practice it in these groups and the results when you see when you actually execute that at any sort of scale the results Are So transformational that you know even big health systems and hospitals and whatever it will not be able to ignore this data. Jane does this. Is this being done in person or online or is it a little bit of both or what have you seen. Online is super bleeding edge right. I think it's I think one of the things that we have to acknowledge is that online has actually you know the Internet has actually increased loneliness and isolation Gen Z.. And millennials are the loneliest and most chronically ill generation in history. You know I sort of stopped the other day in the UK. One in full millennials has no friends so we've created a situation where the traditional ways that community has come together. The church local groups have have dissipated and and certainly in the UK more than in the US but ultimately online has taken over as being very difficult for people to actually have the quality of relationships by online my medium so while I think there's a lot of potential in online groups. I think that you know the real results that we're seeing the most effective results that we're seeing are in person and I just WanNa give you an example now because this this example I think we'll contextualized everything about what I'm saying. So one of the reasons why my show the functional forum took off and I think he might have even been in the room. That night was when Mark Hyman announced the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine. This was like March two two thousand two thousand fourteen and he announced that night that we were going to have a the you know. The Cleveland Clinic was gonNA start a sense of functional medicine so fast forward four years or three three and a half years. And what situation do we have. It's working it's up and running. People are getting better. But they've got a two thousand person backlog right they got two thousand patients who want to be seen by the functional medicine. Doctors they got five doctors going and Tony Jones. WHO's the head administrators? Just like this is would never going to be able to catch up. We can't recruit Dr Fast Enough and it's not efficient enough and you know honestly it's not even profitable enough because we got to spend all his time with patients and we WANNA take insurance so she comes up with a ten week. Two hour a week group visit modeled functioning for life. Well basically people have to go through this ten week process in order to qualify to see one of their doctors so they put people in groups of six ten twelve sixteen and they group them by sort of like the disease type and these groups are being run not by doctors but by physicians. Assistance Health coaches and Dietitians so the preliminary data of these results salts where a thousand people have now gone through this show that half the people in those groups get so much better in that ten weeks that they don't have to see the doctor at all that completely better and that on average that that going up five pro-moscow points which probably doesn't mean anything to to most people but it just means that people are like basically completely reverse chronic disease in ten weeks because by week to some people have found new friends by week. Five people are being super vulnerable with each other and bye week nine. This is a new community eighty percent of people show up to every meeting. That's a really high number anyone who's ever tried to run any sort of group you know that people don't show what they life gets in the way you know those kind of things. So when I saw and heard I went last Last October two thousand eighteen and I saw that I was like this. Is it like this is happening. And so I spent the last year interviewing everyone who's run groups in functional medicine. I did a whole podcast series and when I recorded the very first podcast outcast with Dr Jeffrey Gala. WHO's been running groups in the poorest areas of Boston for twenty years? After I did that interview I was just like this has to be a book because in that what you see is that by treating loneliness specifically the results of treating loneliness by creating new groups is transformational if you then and teach those people how to take care of themselves with functional medicine principles we have now the Bass Rock for the future of medicine.
2nd woman says she was raped after being drugged at Chicago bar
"A week after a Jane doe suit L. half a night club on Chicago's near north side after she was allegedly sexually assaulted in an alley near the bar another woman came forward saying she was right there years ago Liz campuses she was watching appears came with friends at the bar in twenty fourteen when she got drunk after then we'll sit next thing she remembers she was bringing home four miles away doctors later confirm she'd been drugged and raped I'm going for now after seeing the video of Jane doe absolutely horrified by what happened to her and obviously thinking about bringing back those memories of what happened to me and realizing this is not an isolated incident no one was charged in either
Two jail guards for Jeffrey Epstein charged with coverup in his suicide
"Yeah the guards responsible for looking after Jeffrey Epstein in jail they're expected to face criminal charges the only people facing charges in the Epstein stories the two guards they didn't watch him close enough well the socio to press reports the two prison guards allegedly failed to do their jobs after reportedly rejecting a plea bargain last week those two guards could be charged as early as today those charges including failure to check on I've seen every half hour as required and falsifying log entries to claim that they did those checks investigators believe those checks were not done for several hours before anything was discovered in his cell with a bed sheet around his neck all this coming is one of the F. scenes child sex abuse accusers going by Jane doe fifteen described a disturbing encounter with abstained adding that she wants to former president Bill Clinton seat on the low lead express that of course the notorious plane have seen used to fly friends and young girls to his private island now several senators they're set to grill the bureau for prisons director doctor Kathleen hawks all year about this case in the Senate Judiciary Committee oversight this is it I'm actually concerned about the health of the safety of these two guards how are you yes yeah
Epstein accusers testify weeks after his suicide
"Is remarkable seen in federal court in manhattan today as nearly two dozen alleged had victims of accused sex trafficker. Jeffrey epstein told their story in a crowded courtroom either in person or through their lawyers about how epstein had sexually assaulted and abused them. The judge went out of his way to make this available for victims since epstein's apparent suicide less than three weeks ago ended. What would have been a trial. There were no cameras inside died the courtroom but one of those accusers shanty davies read part of her statement outside the courthouse warning. What you will hear next is extremely disturbing before four. I knew what was happening. He grabbed onto my wrist and tuck me towards the bed. I tried to pull away but he was unbuttoned. Shorts and pulling my body on his already naked body faster than i think i was searching for words but all i could say no please stop but that just seemed to excite him more he continued to rape me and when he was finished hopped dauphin went to the shower. I pulled my shorts up and i ran a status. I could back to my own villa. My feet bloody from the rocks. I cried myself to sleep that night now now with the official dismissal of the case against and do his dad the question for those survivors her and others is now what you're with now renamed mural of the washington post at at the hearing today. What was it like in that room. It was just really emotional. I mean this entire thing since he was charged in manhattan has been really emotional thing and this the time that so many victims got to speak which is really emotional intense environment were were there people who hadn't come before come out before were these mostly people who are already on the record several of them had already come forward or had filed lawsuits but some were saying that they were just now coming to terms with what happened and so you saw several cases where people were still coming up and talking but we're going anonymously as a jane doe and so you have people there who were wanting to give give their account but we're gene does we're anonymous because they have not been public because they have not been public and they just weren't ready. They said that they just still need it more time into process what had happened to them so long ago. I don't know how criminal procedure usually works in these circumstances when when a defendant is but the judge didn't have to do this he did but what happens. This is the case now at a assuming it gets dismissed the criminal case yes. It's going to get dismissed. That's just the technical procedure of how it goes but there's still a lot more that can happen. What can't happen. We're going to see the prosecutor said there's going to be investigations of how what happened to epstein his apparent suicide there you no one. They filed charges. It gets epstein. They said that new women are coming forward and they're going to be investigations. Potentially the enablers epstein you say the neighbors of epstein epstein. I mean someone who has featured extremely prominently in multiple stories of women who have accused epstein of sexually assaulting them when they were underage. Arabe etc is gillian maxwell who is both a friend of epstein an ex girlfriend. We believe in a partner in in these accounts. I mean woman after woman have on the record kurt and by name accused her of essentially working to groom them in some cases assaulting themselves. Do we know where things stand on investigations of her. No we don't right now.
Up to 30 alleged Jeffrey Epstein victims to speak in court
"And the death of Jeffrey Epstein is turned the focus toward people who might have helped the accused sex trafficker and today's CBS's bowling he says the alleged victims will get their say in court CBS news has obtained alleged victim statements that are expected to be read in court today one Jane doe said I understand his case may be dismissed or closed but this makes me feel as though I and anyone else who fell prey to his hands simply do not matter in choosing death at Steen denied everyone
R. Kelly pleads not guilty to federal kidnapping and child sex charges
"Well singer are Kelly was arraigned in New York on charges he sexually abused women and girls WCBS TV reporter Alice gainer has the story R. Kelly sat handcuffed in between his lawyers as one of them entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to a five count indictment of racketeering and sex trafficking also in court his two girlfriends sister brother and supporters I don't believe it here in New York he's charged with exploiting five victims identified as Jane does according to court documents he met wanted a concert another at a radio station where she was an intern prosecutors allege she arranged for some victims to meet him on the road for illegal sex with one traveling to a show on Long Island in two thousand and seventeen where you had unprotected sex with her without telling her he had an
R. Kelly busted on twin federal indictments, accused of spending six figures on cover-up of his sex with underage victims
"Well prosecutors in the Eastern District of New York laid out several allegations involving five Jane does including a nineteen year old who says she got a sexually transmitted disease from R. Kelly she says he never told her he had an STD they also outlined how some of telly staff his manager assistance and others helped recruit women they would show up at a concert or other venues in sort of hand picked women they then fly them out to go see R. Kelly and some got paid for that so here in New York he's looking at kidnapping forced labor and charges of child exploitation just to name a few as mentioned he was arrested last night in Chicago at a court hearing just this afternoon within the last hour or so request to have been brought here to New York to face charges that was delayed until next week so he will be behind bars through the weekend at minimum now some of the more serious charges are in that Chicago indictment what have you found Kevin as you look through the court documents a lot of the things were reading about have come up in state charges and in some interviews including those in the docu series surviving R. Kelly but the Chicago indictment in particular lays out some new claims prosecutors there say are telling and his manager paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to cover up his involvement in a sex tape with an underage girl more than a decade ago now if you recall in two thousand and eight he was acquitted in that case well prosecutors say he his static intimidated the family they had flown the family including the girl out of the country during the time investigators were looking into those claims yeah I. VA and also paid the family to live not only to police but also to a grand jury so sudden some of the new details there that we're getting from that Chicago indictment in
Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr convicted of raping homeless woman
"Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow junior has been found guilty of rape the verdict involving his accuser known as Jane Doe number two was read in San Diego County courtroom. We the jury in the above entitled cause, find the defendant Callum Boswell Winslow, the second guilty of the crime of rape by force or fear. The jury also found the son of San Diego, charger hall of Famer Kellen Winslow guilty of two other charges moving to separate women. The judge told jurors to resume deliberations on eight other undecided counts, but the jury sent back note in the late afternoon saying that they were deadly. Locked on all remaining
Woman who alleged rape by ex-MSU players speaks publicly
"Two Bailey Kowalski has come forward to say she was a Michigan state student who sued MSU last year saying that she was raped by three MSU basketball players in two thousand fifteen and that Michigan state's counselors discouraged her from filing a report Kowalski from white lake township is not named the players and is not filed a police report. But now says she may do so Wolski filed her lawsuit as Jane Doe last year shield graduate next
USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal
"A new lawsuit claims the US Olympic Committee failed to protect hundreds of young female athletes from sexual abuse by Larry Nassar. The former USA gymnastics national team doctor the complaint by fifty one Jane Doe plaintiffs alleged misconduct beyond that committed by Nasser. According to the sued the USOC, its directors and the national gymnastics governing board have known for decades that sexual predators and pedophile 's are attracted to the occupation of coaching young
Former That's So Raven Star Kyle Massey Sued for Alleged Sexual Misconduct With a Minor
"That's so raven star. Kyle Massey sued for alleged sexual misconduct with a minor. Now, Kyle must he was a personal favorite character of mine. I love that. Sorry. Kevin and more importantly, loved his spinoff, Cory in the house here. The details. Former Disney star Kyle Massey is being sued for one point five million dollars for allegedly quote, attempting to commit a lewd act with a minor. The suit was filed anonymously, and this refers to the accuser as Jane Doe who was allegedly minor kicked her name out of it. Do the highly sensitive and personally Trump's subject matter her mother, and oh, okay. Filed on her behalf. According to court documents obtained by news, Jane and Endo allege of their relationship with Nancy dates back to Jane was four years old when they allegedly met at Universal City. According to the lawsuit that Twenty-seven-year-old actor allegedly maintained contact with an and her family and became a father figure to Jane the daughter allegedly wanted to pursue a career in entertainment, so messy, according to the lawsuit would offer to use his success and influence in the entertainment industry to help her out. Jane Doe, allegedly reach out to massive when she was thirteen and supposedly texted him and said she would love to audition for his show, Cory in the house the suit alleges that Massey offered to fly out and have her live with him Massi alleged allegedly called Jane, so sweet and beautiful and text. Dan, I'll take care of her. He allegedly wrote. I mean like objected in plain sight vibes. Right.
"jane doe" Discussed on Reveal
"Tightness opportunity to it's a humid overcast day in late July. The pews are nearly full inside the chapel of the Mount Pleasant funeral home in downtown Harland for this occasion. They're here to pay their respects to Sonya K Blair Adams. So few bet your haste, please a preacher stands at the podium of other heaven, we come before you today over this destined for your goodness. And your base needs to be poured on this service today. God Karen greets the small crowd family. Not first of all. Thank you for coming. Today. She unrolls sheet of paper and reads from it. I think it's so amazing so many strangers people from everywhere can be working on the same thing. And we finally all got together. And I think it's going to bring good things for the future. It might be mother's murder will be so in vain. It's a somber moment, but there's some redemption and all of this. It's a funeral. That's forty seven years in the making. Saunter UK Blair Adam story was a success for Namus the national missing. And unidentified person system. It did what it was made to do by finding a missing woman among the unidentified dead. And then a few months later, everything changed in early twenty seventeen the Justice department cut the funding to name his DNA program that made the DNA identification of mountain Jane Doe possible. And the lab we visited in Texas where the idea was made stopped accepting cases. From name is for DNA analysis applied for funding to restart their DNA lab work and several months after the show first aired they got their DNA funding back the lab in Texas is back at work, making identification, and solving cases. Our show was edited by Taki tells nita's produced by Michael is Schiller. This story came out of an original investigation by reporter GW Scholtz and story editor for Nando de is with additional reporting and production support from Scott anger. Richard Eliane manual Martinez. Might Corey Michael Montgomery. The sound design was done by the Justice league. My man, Jay breezy. Mr. Jim Briggs in clear, see note Mullin with help from Kevin Ray Mondo and for Nando. My man, yo Arruda our production managers in the Amini. Our senior supervising editors talkie Taylor. Nita's?
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"We're up on little shepherds trail it's on top of a mountain. You can see for miles from up here. Miss World through the valley below like a river swallowing. The thick forests of Appalachia Sanja K was found fifty feet off this one lane dirt gravel road in nineteen sixty nine. I'm just always wanted to come and see exactly where body was found to say. See the spot. I don't know how to tell you feels Karen has never been to the exact place where they found her mother's body until today. It's an overcast afternoon in October of twenty sixteen the leaves of mostly turn shades of amber, Brown and read a hope be we can. More this somehow. The identification of sauna K Blair Adams was a surprise to some. But not to Karen stikes who already do with every fiber for being that mountain. Jane Doe, was her mother lack had told corner. If it had came back and said that it was I would have never believed. You know, may not just annot that it was her and I kept telling on. No, what's her? You know, how did you know, you can cut this stuff? Yeah. Yeah. I didn't know we was going there. No cut. Turn off the recorder and Karen takes a deep breath. Then she tells me how she knew mountain. Jane Doe was her mom. Karen was a child. Her grandmother told her something so awful. She didn't wanna say it on tape. But she said we could. Her grandmother told her you're going to grow up to be a Horlick your mother, and she ended up naked and stabbed on little shepherd trail that's mountain. Jane Doe was found. Hungry mother to would get upset in any time. You bring anything up about NAMA or so in Alba scared to bring it up Mary Rutherford atoms and her husband, Dallas Cairns grandparents on her father's side. And they adopted her. I was a little over a year old, and my grandparents raised me after mother it went missing it wasn't an easy childhood. Her niece laugh, Karen says that different times throughout her childhood. Her grandma would say, those awful words about her mother in the murder. This was forty years before she was identified through DNA. It raises so many questions if we're grandma knew would happen to Sanja. K why didn't she contact the police did Karen's grandma no more than she was saying about the murder and for grandma new did any. Else you feel like you can't trust anybody? And you don't know, you know, who knows who don't know. And you know, it's it's it's a horrible feel into feel like everybody knows something in. Nobody will tell you. If someone did know something they weren't talking. According to police, no one filed a missing persons report for sons UK in nineteen sixty nine. She disappeared from Letcher county right next to Harlan with her living so close why didn't anyone make the connection? And why didn't anyone in Letcher county reporter missing? Here's the thing about being an identified inter and an empty mountain. Jane? Doe was perfect and jealous, but in reality, sauna ks life was more complicated. We found her divorce papers in the Kentucky state archives that tell part of her story, it's a public record. And a snapshot of turbulent time towards the end of her life. In nineteen sixty seven Suns UK, married. A guy named ROY Adams about a year later ROY went into the army while ROY was in the military Sanju k left him for his brother, James Sanju. Kane James had a baby together. That's Karen about a year later sauna K was murdered was ROY ever a suspect in the crime. I don't I don't know if we can say Roy's of suspect Sanja case ex husband ROY still lives in Letcher county. He wouldn't speak with us. But he did speak with detective Howard from the Kentucky state police. A thank, you know, in any case any murder case for sure any family members that would have been in contact would be looked at and ask questions to rule allows me in the suspect. We filed for Roy's military released paperwork, his DD to fourteen we found out that ROY went to Vietnam a month after the divorce at the time of the murder. He was thousands of miles away. Roy didn't return phone messages and his wife hung up on me. And we never got to speak with his brother, James either..
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"DNA fingerprints and dental profile of the Jane Doe ticket after match the profile of the family ticket. We want to reunite families. We want to send them back home. We wanna give them their name that they were born with maybe Dobbs is an investigator for Namus this system had flagged several possible matches base off of high weight date in mountain. Jane does case the database flags four missing women. Who could be a match women who were about the same age who disappeared around the same time. Amy's job is to collect DNA samples from their families. We want to gather is many relatives as we possibly can to strengthen that DNA profile to build up profile Amy goes out into the field to collect DNA. Basically, she drives to people's homes and asked them to put a cute in their mouth. It's called vehicle swab, and we collected skin sales from the inside of the mouth. She takes the q tip back to the lab where scientists use those skin cells to create the DNA profile, but without mountain. Jane does DNA in the system. There's nothing to match it to. For now. The skeleton is sitting on a shelf at the lab and Texas. There's a backlog of cases, that's months-long. Like the coroner said it's a waiting game. And then finally almost a year after the second explanation in September of twenty sixteen today. We finally learned the answer to a question. Investigators in Harlan county have been asking for almost half a century who is the mountain. Jane Doe DNA testing confirms the body is that of Sonia. K Blair adults Sonya k Blair Adams disappeared from her home in Letcher county Kentucky when she was just twenty one years old her name was Sonya came layer Adams on ya que. Blair Adams, mother was Melton Jane Doe. Her name was sawn K Blair animals were in Karen states living room, sitting on the couch. She's a strawberry blonde. Just like your mom. She was a good person. She was kind hearted. And you know, people liked her. We heard from Karen earlier in the show. She's the one who saw the TV newscast in two thousand nine and called the number on the bottom of the screen. But when Karen called in the person who answered told her, no mountain, Jane Doe could be your mother. Hey, says she was younger and didn't have any Kielder. It can be. They were wrong. Karen, didn't give up with help from her kids in Tennessee. Eventually she found out about Namus. They swabbed carrying enter kids for DNA Namus was wonderful. It didn't cost anything for me or my children done. It nine Astana l-. She shares some pictures with us on our laptop. So I do have a better pitcher over Karen has earned mothers is it's amazing to see a photo of her after all this time. And it makes it all really sad. There's nothing. We're gonna make good that. I didn't have a mother, you know, I would love to head a mother Notre, but there's nothing can bring that Baker change it because you know, even children they never had a green mother because of this and thankfully sand, you know, but. I'm glad that she sedan fund. Now a few days later Karen makes the long drive to meet the coroner at his funeral home in Harlem. She's here to take custody of her mother's remains. And she allows us to be there with her. On. We're in a small room. There's a plane cardboard box on a table the kind you'd use to ship something in the mail. It's just a few feet long. The coroner opens it with a box cutter. He turns to Karen any asks her really for. He takes out different sized bundles wrapped in Brown packing paper from the box. He places them on a table and unrolls them..
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"From the center for investigative reporting PR X, this is reveal I'm Alison today unraveling the mystery of mountain Jane Doe, the story of young woman who's found stabbed death on a trail in nineteen sixty nine and buried without a mate. This episode is not for young listeners in the fall of two thousand fourteen authorities dug up a hillside grave to try and identify. But they got the wrong body and exumed Amand skeleton by accident reveals Michael Schiller picks up the story in Harlan Kentucky. In one thousand feet turn right onto off growed. The only way to fully understand how they got the wrong body is to visit the Harlem guests cemetery. We're mountain Jane does buried. It's a pretty steep climb up wind e one lane dirt road. And we're stuck. A I r rental SUV can't make it up the road. We move some rocks some sticks and finally get up to the cemetery. It's just a clearing in the forest on the side of the road. There's no sign no gate. Some stone steps go up the hillside. They're small headstones a few concrete statues of angels up the steep hill. Even further is the area where the unidentified are buried. It's pretty hard to tell if you're walking over someone's grave or not around here to my best to be respectful and avoid all the graves..
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"The makeshift cemeteries. Just a small cluster of graves scattered on a forested hillside. Four police officers wearing gloves and heavy work, boots are pulling up dirt and rocks. A group of investigators watches as debris. Shoveled onto a plastic tarp mount Jane does cases still inactive homicide investigation. These days the detective signed to the case is the tech of William Joshua Howard, Kentucky state police detective currently post in which is located here in Harlan Kentucky detective Howard police jumpsuit streaked with mud I was assigned the mountain Jane Doe case, probably mid two thousand fourteen I'm not strictly a homicide detective, we we work all major, crowns, violent crimes. There are enormous. Odds stacked against detective Howard solving this murder. This case has been cold for decades. He can't have a suspect until we figure out who victim is. And there's that part not knowing who she is as soon as we know who she was then we can figure out where she's from people that she was associated with and hopefully find a motive pretty quick. That's detective sergeant Jackie pick roll again. She's here too. She swinging pick to chop through a tree root that's grown over the casket. I would love to say mutable intact skull. Never be awesome. Todd darla here to watching on the sidelines. After a few hours of digging their shovels hit something. Of the casket fragments of a casket that rotted away years ago pieces of bone pulled out one at a time. Eventually, they find a skull tightly packed in dirt and clay, they carefully remove it take some photos and place it in a cardboard evidence box skulls been why ups a little bit. But it could probably rant that opping. Leeann. The remains will be shipped to the university of North Texas in Fort Worth. That's where name is based together with the center for human identification..
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"Nine she got the attention of local TV news anyone who was alive in Harlan county in nineteen sixty nine probably remembers the story of the young woman found stabbed to death on pine mountain. Nearly forty years later, it's still not this newscast changes everything this is where the ghost story crosses over into the real world. It's tres things up in the community in brings mountain Jane Doe back into the minds of people who remember her one of them is Karen steps, the Kentucky woman, we heard from earlier, and, you know, watch the hope program in call they'd had a number two bum screen. So I called. I told him that that was my mother, and he said, no, we wouldn't have been that. She was younger and didn't have any children that it can be hurt. So Karen's mother went missing in nineteen sixty nine the same year mountain. Jane Doe was found her mom disappeared from Letcher county right next to Harlan nearly forty years later. It's still not known who she was where she came from. And who killed her another person who happened to catch the newscasts that night was a guy named Todd Matthews. Best friends or Dayton. And people say I'm sorry, but they were dead when I met him. Todd has a dark sense of humor. It's how he makes it through a tough job for the most part. My day job is finding the missing among the Dan, the unidentified deceased Todd got hair that's long in the back and feathered on the sides and a thick grew mustache, he runs the national missing unidentified person system or Namus the program that works to identify John. And Jane does over the years named the more than five hundred of these cases found out about Harlan county, Jane Doe case because of darlas book, he said that in my book that I wrote that no one was interested in this young girl and her murder, and he informed me that he was very interested. Five four three two one book is published. Todd invites around a radio show, he hosts about America's missing darla. How are you? And in great. I remember the first light as darla, and she was just a true southern bail, a lovely woman. Very compassionate. And then the girl tiller never bought the Justice. And this simply forgotten on on the side of Hugh in Highland county. The same wince that I've had myself for you know, the cases the network them. Todd takes a special interest in mountain. Jane does case partly because it's his home turf. He's from apple latch, Tennessee, a few hours drive from Harlan with the Harlan county. Jane Doe case, the only thing left to do in. This case is to get that body out of the ground for DNA. Klay Shen Todd goes to the only person who can have her body exumed the Harlan county coroner it takes months to get a quarter from a judge and then finally one morning in November of twenty fourteen. They're ready to dig up mountain. Jane Doe, forty five years after she went into the ground..
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"Over the years. There were lots of theories about who mountain Jane Doe might be who might have killed her. But they never panned out. The case pretty much goes cold until the fall of two thousand when something happens that sets it back in motion. I hadn't thought about her in years. That's darla Jackson. Again. I'd gotten married at had a child I was raising a family. So this young girl that was found murdered in sixty nine was not even a memory really at the time door grew up hearing stories of mountain. Jane Doe is a kid but those memories of faded. She's a mother now, and she's busy helping run the family business her husband's funeral home. So when did she come back into your life? She came back into my life in November of two thousand my aunt Loretta called me. She I asked me, do you. Remember the girl found in nineteen sixty nine shipper trellis. Yeah. Of course, our member. And she said well, your own call James is say. Saying that he may know who killed her. He wants you. And I to help her uncle James sailor had recently moved into a trailer next to the Harlan guests cemetery where mountain Jane Doe is buried. He says that maybe a few days later that he wakes up, and he sees a girl. He tells the same thing darlas on Loretta Martin. And he said she had short very neatly blonde hair kind of like a little page boy shadow very clean, Chris Butler house. So it was very detailed description. And he said I started to sit up a leg on the side of the bed. And when I did she disappeared. No reveal doesn't do go stories, and there isn't any proof anywhere that psychics actually solve crimes even though it's well known that. Detectives consult with them. From time to time. Needless to say, I was skeptical of the story uncle James's sister Loretta was to. And I asked him a sit argue sure you're not a what are you smoking? What what's you know, where you asleep? When you saw this vision of this girl. He started telling me all about it. And he said no did you ever suspect? Your brother had any involvement. You'll Sadiki ask him absolutely acid. Now, you could end up in prison. A said you will be the first suspect uncle James described intimate. Details of the crime scene. Some of what he said had been in the local media and other things hadn't we have. No way of knowing how much of the story. He got right. What he told it all darla some of the details that he told me that she was stabbed. That she was dragged and dumped. That a car brought her there. He felt that she was already did when she arrived on little shepherd trail. What did you do with this information? The first thing I did was a road a wrote it all down, and he went out there and reported this to the state police Darlan her aunt boats say they reported what uncle James told them to the police checked with the Kentucky state police in uncle James was never a suspect in their investigation. They don't have any record of Jayme sailor in their case file at all. No one jotted down that a local man or his family had called in. With some details about the crime..
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"Local TV station. W I M T. It's from Joe Mayon just a couple years before he passed away Joe and a funeral home in town. And he was the guy who actually went and retrieved the body stays with me. Pray love over the hoping they'd she can be the bad and is killed. Joe held a funeral service for mountain Jane Doe Keven paid for the casket himself had just couldn't say little girl in Canada case getting psych in and no one what she may have gone through with my mail sad. Some that people came from all around they lined up outside his small red brick chapel for the funeral and after they buried her that was kind of it police had a few leads over the years that never really went anywhere. But the people of Harland and the Kentucky state police never forgot about mountain, Jane Doe. This is a case that I have heard about since I was little Jackie pick rose from Harlan. She's with the Kentucky state police. And so whatever I came here is the check of sergeant I went if found the case just to read through it. There's not a lot to work with in this case mountain. Jane does case was passed down from one detective to the next for decades. Retired state police detective Ken Kreider tried to solve it in the early nineties. The one thing that probably bugged me more than anything in my career was not been able to solve something because they've really matters to people..
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"We're driving through southeastern Kentucky. It's deepen coal country near the Virginia border. We're headed to Harlan. It's invalid surrounded by the dense forests of the Appalachian hills. Pine mountain to the northeast is where you'll find little shepherds trail a single lane mountaintop road that stretches for forty miles snaking along the top of a ridge. Little shepherd trail might sound familiar. There's a novel named after it a civil war epic. This is where they found mountain Jane Doe on little shepherd trail, the body of the young woman was discovered by a man who was picking flowers for his wife. Starla jackson. I was born may twenty fifth nineteen sixty nine it's possible. She was murdered on the Dow was born darlas, a former miss Harlan county with a winning smile and bright green eyes. She's also an author and amateur historian who's been researching this story for years, you don't happen upon little shepherd trail, you go to little shepherd trail the body was found on a steep slope in the forest brush. She was found about fifty feet off of the road. She had been there. A week at least maybe more. The only thing found with her was a restaurant receipt from the Cincinnati Ohio area and a blouse or cloth found with her. She had been stabbed in the chest multiple times. No clothing on her. And it didn't take long to realize that. There was no clue as to who. This woman was her face was completely gone. All you could see was the skull. Bill Bowman was just out of high school when the body was found he was working at the Appalachian regional hospital in the medical supplies department. There was a very strange odor in hospital. One of the supervisors came and ask if if I will squeamish if would mind participating in their autopsy, and it was mostly disown mask up and stand there with the spray in Las hall, H, hand and disprove while. They were doing now topsy Bill wasn't trained in this type of work at all. He was simply drafted at the last minute to help the medical examiner because there was no one else around to do it. They pretty much longer down put her in a bag, and that was pretty much it. A few days later, they buried her in the same body bag. She was taken up to this cemetery by the rescue squad. She was buried in this casket, and I smell grave marker was placed for her. And that is about all we hear of her. At that time that was pretty much a shocker for the community, you know to find this girl. Locked that murdered up on this trail. Everyone was wondering what's going on what happened to her? Why she here? Where's you come from? We couldn't find anyone still alive who was there on that day of June in nineteen sixty nine when they found the body, but we did find an eyewitness account from two thousand nine news broadcast on the.
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"She disappeared from letcher county right next to arlen with their living so close why didn't any make the connection and widen anyone in letcher county reporter missing here's the thing about being an identified in her anonymity mountain jane doe was perfect and djelic but in reality sanjika his life was more complicated we found her divorce papers the kentucky state archives that tell part of her story it's a public record and a snapshot of a turbulent time towards the end of her life in nineteen sixty seven sanji k married a guy named roy atoms about a year later roy went into the army while roy was in the military sanji k left him for his brother james sanja cain james had a baby together that's karen about a year later sanji k was murdered was roy ever a suspect in the crime i don't i don't know if we can say roy's a suspect sunjic his ex husband roy still lives in let your county he wouldn't speak with us but he did speak with detective howard from the kentucky state police a thank you know in any case any murder case for sure any family members that would have been in contact would be looked at an ask questions to rule allows me in a suspect we filed for roy's military release paperwork his didi to fourteen we found out that roy went to vietnam a month after the divorce at the time of the murder he was thousands of miles away.
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"Then she tells me how she knew mountain jane doe was her mom one karen was a child her grandmother told her something so awful she didn't want to say it on tape but she said we could a grandmother told her you're going to grow up to be a whore like your mother and she ended up naked in stabbed on little shepherds trail that's where mountain jane doe was found two among grandmother she would get upset in oh anytime you bring anything mahmud's are so you don't want i was scared debris mary rutherford adams and her husband dallas returns cairns grandparents on her father side and they adopted her i was little over a year old and tell my grandparents raced me after my mother aid went missing it wasn't nec childhood harney see laugh turn says that at different times throughout her childhood her grandma would say those awful words about her mother in the murder this was forty years before she was identified through dna it raises so many questions if we're grandma knew what happened to sanjika widened she contact the police deterrence grandma no more than she was saying about the murder in a for grandma a new did anyone else you feel like you can't trust standing body in you don't know you know who knows who don't know aand you know it's it's it's a horrible feeling to feel like everybody knows something in nobody will tell you if someone did know something they weren't talking according to police noone filed a missing persons report for sanja k in nineteen sixty nine.
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"There's i don't know anything else that we can do at this particular point in time that's gonna speedy the law making an identification of a gene dough isn't quicker easy here's how it works the national missing an unidentified person system her namus as a database it's too big lists really one is a list of unidentified bodies jane and john does the other is a list of people who've been reported missing name is tries to match the two it's like a raffle one ticket alone doesn't do it you need the other ticket with the matching number the dna fingerprints and dental profile of the jane doe ticket after match the profile of the family ticket we want to reunite families we wanna send them back hall we want to give them their names that they were born with amy dobbs is an investigator for namus so the system had flag several possible matches space off of high weight date in mountain jane does case the database flags four missing women who could be a match women who were about the same age who disappeared around the same time aim is job is to collect dna samples from their families we want to gather is many relatives as we possibly can to strengthen that dna profile to build up profile amy goes out into the field to collect dna basically she dragged people's homes and asked them to put a cute tip in their mouth is caught it bucle swat and we collect net skin sales from the inside of the mouth she takes the q to back to the lab where scientists use those skin cells to create the dna profile but without mountain gene does dna in the system there's nothing to match it too.
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"Yeah i'm grow uh until were never brought to justice and uh just simply forgotten on on the side of the ill in harlem county the same cleveland's that i've had myself for you know the cases in alberton todd takes a special interest in mountain gene does case partly because it's his home turf he's from appalachian tennessee a few hours drive from harline with a harlan county jane doe case the only thing left to do in this case is to get that body out the ground for dni collation todd goes to the only person who can have her body exhumed the harlan county coroner it takes months to get a quarter from a judge and then finally one morning in november of 2014 they're ready to dig up mountain jane doe fortyfive years after she went into the ground the makeshift cemetery is just a small cluster of greaves scattered on a forested hillside four police officers wearing gloves and heavy work boots are pulling up dirt and rocks a group of investigators watches as debris is shovelled onto a plastic tarp mountain gene does cases still an active homicide investigation these days the detective assigned to the cases detective william joshua howard kentucky state police detective currently assigned post tan which is located here in harlem kentucky detective howard's police jumpsuit streaked with mud i was a sign the the mountain jane doe case probably me a two thousand fourteen i'm not strictly a homicide detective we we work all major crowns violent crimes there are enormous odds stacked against detective howard solving this murder this case has been cold for decades he can't have a suspect until we figure out who a victim is and there's that part not knowing who she is as soon as we know who she was name we can figure out worst he's from people that she was associated with and hopefully find a motive pre create.
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"Turn says that at different times throughout her childhood her grandma would say those awful words about her mother in the murder this was forty years before she was identified through dna it raises so many questions if we're grandma knew what happened to sanji k widened she contact the police deterrence grandma no more than she was saying about the murder in a for grandma a new did anyone else you feel like you can't trust standing body and you don't know you know who know sinn who don't know aand you know it's it's it's a horrible feeling to feel like everybody knows something in nobody will tell you if someone did know something they weren't talking according to police noone filed a missing persons report for sanja k and nineteen sixty nine she disappeared from letcher county right next to harlan with their living so close why didn't anyone make the connection and widen anyone in letcher county reporter missing here's the thing about being on identified in her anonymity mountain jane doe was perfect and djelic but in reality sanjika his life was more complicated we found her divorce papers the kentucky state archives that tell part of her story it's a public record and a snapshot of a turbulent time towards the end of her life in nineteen sixty seven sanji k married a guy named roy atoms about a year later roy went into the army while roy was in the military sanji k left him for his brother james.
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"But without mountain jane does dna in the system there's nothing to match it to a for now the skeleton a sitting on a shelf at the lab in texas there's a backlog of cases that's monthslong like the coroner said to waiting game and then finally almost a year after the second examination in september of 2016 today we bodily learn the answer to a question investigators at harlan county have been asking for almost half a century who is the mountain jane doe dna testing could affirms the body is that of sonya k blair adults sonya k blair adams disappeared from her home is letcher county kentucky when she was just twenty one years old her name was sonya came layer atoms sonya k blair adams mother author lewis chain dow her name assange a k blair adams were in karen states living sitting on the couch she's a strawberry blond just like her mom simple thomas she was a good person choose come heartbeat and you know people liked her we heard from karen earlier in the show she's the one who saw the tv news cast in two thousand nine and called the number on the bottom of the screen but when karen called in the person who answer told her no mountain jane doe couldn't bear mother a sense he was younger and didn't have any children it can be her they were wrong but karen didn't give up with help from her kids in tennessee eventually she found out about names they swab cairn energy kids for dna namus was wonderful on didn't cost anything for me or my children and done it my mustang all dan she share some pictures with us on our laptops so i do have a bitter pitcher karen as her mother's eyes it's amazing to see a photo of her after all this time and it makes it all really sad there's nothing ever gonna make it good that i didn't have a mother you know i would love to head a mother and notre but there's nothing can bring that becker change it because you know even ma children they never had a grandmother because of this as i slice sad to now.
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"There's i don't know anything else that we can do at this particular point in time that's gonna speeded along making an identification of a gene dough isn't quicker easy here's how it works the national missing an unidentified person system her name as as a database it's too big lists really one is a list of unidentified bodies jane and john does the others a list of people who've been reported missing is tries to match the two it's like a raffle one ticket alone doesn't do it you need the other ticket with the matching number the dna fingerprints and dental profile of the jane doe ticket aftermatch the profile of the family ticket we want to reunite families we wanna send them back haunt we want to give them their name that they were foreign laugh amy jobs is an investigator for namus said the system had flag several possible matches space off of high weight date in mountain jane does case the database flags four missing women who could be a match women who were about the same age who disappeared around the same time aim is job is to collect dna samples from their families we want to gather as many relatives as we possibly can to strengthen that dna profile to build that profile amy goes out into the field to collect dna basically she dragged people's homes and ask them to put a queue tip in their mouth is caught a bucle swat and we clinton at skin sales from the inside of the mouth she takes the q to back to the lab where scientists use those skins cells to create the dna profile.
"jane doe" Discussed on Reveal
"Todd has a dark sense of humor it's how he makes it through a tough job for the most part monday job is finding the missing among the day in the unidentified disease todd's got hair that's long in the back and feathered on the sides in a thick grew mustache he runs the national missing an unidentified person system or namus the program that works to identify john and jane does over the years namus a solved more than five hundred of these cases i found out about harlan county jane doe case because of dr less book he said that in my book that i route that no one was interested in this young girl and her murder and he informed me that he was very interested area uh or ring one after darlan's book is published taught invites rondo a radio show he hosts about america's missing here i remember that efforts laid eyes on dharla jason she was just too true southern bail a lovely woman very compassionate grow there were never brought simply forgotten are on the part of europe and our her so in asala lauded the same sh chileans that i've had my sale for you know the casus in a brutal tactics a special interest in mountain gene deuce kice partly because it's his home turf he's from appalachian tennessee a few hours drive from harline with the hurling kenny jane doe case the only thing left to do in this case is to get that body out the ground for dna collation todd goes to the only person who can have her body exhumed the harlan county coroner it takes months to get a quarter from a judge and then finally one morning in november of 2014 they're ready to dig up mountain jane doe fortyfive years after she went into the ground.