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"jerry jenkins" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city police intelligence unit detective jerry jenkins good evening. All you wear capris out there tonight. We're going to talk about a bribery attempt of a chicago police officer. I recently had somebody one of our fans. Wire-tappers out author asked me if i'd ever been offered a series bribe and i have to say you know kansas city. We didn't really have that tradition of bribery. By the time i came on in nineteen seventy-one now the nineteen fifties they did a up into the sixties and when we got clarence kelly was a former f._b._i. Agent as our chief of police he really rooted out a lot of the commanders inside liden him. They retired when they realized that <hes> <hes> there's. There's a new sheriff in town jail. We say so that that smaller time bribery <hes> did not exist in the bigger time bribery. I don't know we kelly's one that formed intelligence unit were worked at most of the time and so he started off with two incorruptible guys <hes> rake indian ian in jimmy doolan and like a lot of us we were they were country guys. They were from one of us from stockton. The other now jimmy dylan actually was from up by where i come from. I'm in northwest missouri from a rural area and and it was kind of like. I don't know we didn't really have that tradition. We didn't grow up with that. Tradition of people bill being able to bribe policemen so we didn't take bribes. There were some people at dan we we had our sheriff. Criminals are policemen who were criminals all along. They'd get caught every once in a while but mainly. We didn't have now chicago new york. <hes> is a little different story. There's a long tradition. It's institutional corruption corruption that in a lot of little ways they always took clean joey say clean money as opposed to dirty money never take money from narcotics dealers or <hes> somebody like like my guys if they got outside the the realm of what they were supposed to do like hand heart in chicago william had heart was a longtime police <music> officer sergeant captain went all the way up to commander ran a burglary ring and was really connected closely with the outfit but when a rural rural but a suburban policeman was killed by a couple of mob associated <hes> armed robbers two guys that worked with harry aleman and his crew crew why he made tournament and they had to tell where the body they'd buried displacements body and they had to tell where the body was buried so it kinda like work both th- ways guys who were a little too close with with the outfit <hes> who knows some people as like las vegas. Some people say they liked it when the mob ran it and it was safer nicer nice earners more customer service. I don't know <hes> but <hes> everybody everything is what it is and that's the way it was in kansas city <hes> in my experience but in chicago's a little different experience so i wanna talk about when when joya was coming up and how he got caught up in a bribery attempt by one honest policemen who worked for a sheriff richard ogilvie ogilvy was <hes> was a sheriff that took over he actually hired richard kane and had ended up finding fired him shortly after but they had cooked a cook county sheriff for period of time back in the sixties fifties and sixties i believe and and he was basically he was not corrupt utter. Then you know you got to be a politician you gotta you gotta do certain things to get along but taylor did not allow his guys to to take <hes> the smaller time briberies who who knows i mean he he got run for office again and they take money <hes> for their campaign contributions. I mean that that still goes on up to the day in which allows you access but i'm gonna tell you one story that i thought was kind of interesting interesting about this one honest policemen he was a he was <hes> vice unit officer. He might have been sergeant then really say.
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"He says most of the co host don't seem to catch them but they're always kind of under his breath and whether or not he intends them as jokes they still make me laugh more than he may think but anyways listen and you won't regret it yea yea. I rated it. Thank you should do more cher. Why not you know <hes> all all right second year. Everybody making sure to harry's future ahead. Oh here's one <hes> that's nice. This is from. I will never fail you. Wow i'd wait. Are you responding branding or the. I will never fail you. Wow no. It says i will never fail you underlying mark. What do you call that underscore underscore. Wow do you need the mike southward southward glass fan. Maybe and they say can't live without it lately. My this is kinda. <hes> get your your heartstrings ready. That's not that's not the same tune lately lately. My life has been kind of rough adding going through a number of different podcasts to try and find a group that feels authentic and fun and not so super and not super quote unquote studio sounding just normal everyday friends that make you feel like you're part of their group and the film buds is that and more they're very sweet and funny not to mention smart and knowing their stuff. I honestly like it when they just drift off of movies and talk about random things in their lives or other current events events go henry and chloe never stopped making shows heck start a second podcast. Wow just what we did yeah. We did things just unclear. He's just do more. You're doing great and i hope you have plenty of listeners because you deserve it. You'll have helped me out a lot close losing so thanks for the the ratings everybody and make sure if you haven't yet what are you doing. Lou would go on their on their and rate us subscribed. Tell your friends to rate it. You know we'll even if they don't listen yeah. I guess who yeah who cares man sure not me so so yeah i again the film buzz podcast. Gmail.com is working reach us at and so yeah thanks for the email fan of sororities now the <hes> proud of you and so yeah i guess we can end off with our picks of the week yeah ye chloe. Would you like to start. Yes maybe but if i'd done can't remember remember okay father and i watched inglorious bastards we watch for the best he's made a. I can't recall the film festival hits. He's picked five d._v._d.'s for us to watch that all have one time in hollywood okay. He was really sad. The whole time we were watching bush bastard twos waiting for the flame thrower he did predict the whole movie theater thing because of multiple times hollywood hollywood. Please like where's the flame thrower but he loves the b._j. Novak was he loves novak. Yes anyway anyway such a good movie. It's such a good movie it is it's all good when my favorites yeah wow. Is it so good. Yes it's amazing. Also i love that you that <hes> my favorite what's name daniel bruhl. Yes i love the the plot flop with his character. Oh but he's like so like famous mainly charming and like so sweden stuff hair yes nazi but then also he's not sweet ryan because he gets violent which like i appreciate which sound weird but you you know what i mean. I'll waco fad at kia. What that's what the incredible. It's such a good movie yvonne. It's so good been watching euphoria. I've only seen the pilots afar but it's really good yeah. It's really upsetting. It's lucky i start watching because leo loves it. I wanted to mention that to you love that you're gonna and watch it. It's so good it is good. It really like emotionally draining it is yeah but it's shot in such a fast fast navy really cool way like very creative. I just need creative filmmaking slightly jerry jenkins. Some of the absolutely is like buried. Jenkins and edgar wright mixed together which like you and now it's solid and <hes> i'm finally so i thought sunday was a real <unk> watson..
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city. Police intelligence unit detective jerry jenkins wire-tappers out there. I guess i feel guilty after shorten y'all for the whole month of july. I'm gonna give you a second bonus episode here in august. This is kind of self serving. I guess first of all don't forget to hit me up on vin mo- app. Jinx law is the code by a cup of coffee shot and a beer. I know mark ryan just hit me up again. Thanks mark <hes>. Here's what i want to talk about today. I'm looking for some help this. Is there any video people out there that what i want i'm doing. I'm working on a documentary about the savannah sparrow gang more in the nineteen seventies of of which i was kind of in the middle of surveillance officer back in those days but i'm done some reenactment footage and i'm shooting just with a regular h._d. H._d. camera some of it even with my phone. Vote is as good as any camera. It seemed like and i want to be able to put some kind of a quick process on this reenactment footage like of of men standing around a truck trailer unloading stuff from <hes> the show a <hes> you know men stealing from truck docks. I want to show show people sitting around meetings. Just show hands. You know smoking cigarettes and doing things like that. I wanna show somebody building a bomb making a pipe bomb and some things like that and so. I put all this footage into one stream of h._d. Footage and i need somebody to put some kind of a process on that. Kinda age the the footage a little bit. I don't want it really extreme. I don't want look like it was home video or shot with a you know an eight millimeter camera. Nothing like that just something to give it that kind of seventies of t._v. Maybe <hes> v._h._s. Look <hes> something the takes out that h._d. <hes> a fact that that is so noticeable so if anybody's out there would like to help me with that hit me up at <hes> <hes> gangland wire at g. dot com make i put a clip upon my <hes> gang lenoir facebook page to see what kind of video that we're talking about but this is just me following the truck as if the and we're talking about you know the narrator or one of my experts by talking heads we'll be talking about setting up up trucks trailers to be hijacked that kind of thing <hes> hit me up on my facebook page or my email or make a comment on this post on my <hes> website and i appreciate all you guys getting a lot of feedback here lately people asking questions and interacting with may not like that that so try to interact with me. It's it makes it more worthwhile making no money out of this to speak up but it's a lot of fun i like interacting with all you mob fans out there and i'll tell you a a little bit about this documentary and little bit about this mob word. You might wanna go back to some of my first few episodes. If you don't remember or you've never listened to the first few episodes and i talk about the civil versus spiro war well. This is what i'm making the movie bound and and in that i don't really go too much into detail about the elvis brother other knicks barrel who was killed exit before i went in the intelligence unit was killed and i believe nineteen seventy three and that was the start of this war basically basically also trying to come up with a name right now. I've got last brother standing. It's it's two brothers nick and court sevilla who were a traditional mob bosses and they go into war against the spiro brothers knicks bureau karl spiro mike's bureau and jonesboro and and that actually there's nobody standing by the end of that in modern times but but there are a lot of people get killed during this time <hes> <hes> so if you've got an idea about a mob war between brothers in the nineteen seventies why hit me up with that that title suggestion to <hes> is this kind of the story of the ruling sabella brothers as i said nick bell and then the upstart young turks the spiro brothers nick mike joe and carl <hes> basically this was a generation gap play down in the mall mob. Were you know a lot of when you came of age. In the sixties ended the seventies there was a big distance between us and our parents in our parents generation and part of it was drugs part of it was wiz emotive dress <hes> the vietnam war well the same thing played out in in the mafia here in kansas city it kinda play down in the the daddy green a mob war in cleveland also is young upstarts wanted to move in and and have more of a piece of the action and have more important jobs and and and make more money and the old guys wanna keep everything close to them and traditional now and the oh school next bella and his brother caucus of allah were born born in the early nineteen hundreds and the young turks borough sparrows were all born around world war two <hes> and dislike the baby mike i said elect baby boomers resisted <hes> our previous generations conservative values and implants on society is spiritual. The spiro brothers resisted the conservative mafia leadership ship with us a quick overview is how this began the eldest brother knicks bureau was coming of age in the late fifties fifties a career criminal <hes> all day basically all he does is steel he he's <hes> a joins a mob connected robbery crew and they travelled around the country robin grocery stores now back in the seventies and eighties that was a pretty good gig because if you remember before a._t._m.'s and debit cards and and all that everybody used to cash their checks grocery stores so a grocery store easily around payday would have twenty twenty five thousand dollars which was pretty good <hes> a score much better than robert a bank because you didn't have to deal with the feds either they would fly to other parts of the country in particular they were flying down to texas go to houston for example rabba rava groceries door <hes> have a rented car dumped the rented car pro name trump the rent car off. They'd mail them guns in the money back and take the plane back. Now they got caught <hes> up here in kansas city and next borough was part of one of these and and the guy that got caught because package broke open was a man unnamed sam palmer who was a pretty close <hes> connected <hes> mob guy to the old traditional <hes> mouth to this avella family and tap needling donahue was underboss <hes> he decides is grandpa guilty and the night before he's scheduled plead guilty. Somebody murdered him now. Now we don't know who but unknown person set this murder up to lip black. It was suicide in many mob. Informants implicated knicks barrel out. This must have been what that the <hes> what allen hierarchy one they must've been afraid that he was gonna do something <hes> in order to get rid of him just before he was gonna report <hes> plead guilty they probably would have just taken more that day <hes> because <hes> next borough now kinda seemed to graduate and he is he gets a job on a at the national truck line yellow freight on the docks and he sets up a scheme team and i just see bellows sevilla's hand behind this game he hijacks he here allows a or he sets up a eh trailer load of liquor to be stolen then next bureau goes to management and yellow freight security and says i can get this trailer back and shortly after that he locates entire trailer minus a few cases of booze of course his <hes> his trouble. I'm sure whoever helped him and turns back into and management though yellow freight management says hey this guy's great <hes> they're pretty grateful and they ended up promoting him to a position of authority and that gives him access to all the truck schedules schedules cargo manifest and even he got himself in a position where he's even kinda. Give a voice and whether or not employees will be prosecuted. He was kind of their their liaison. The amazon with the unofficial liaison with the union i it seems to me like in the mob and the and the criminals working on the yellow freight truck lines and there was a bunch of the time the teamsters union we're totally mob dominated and help people get jobs that was part of their power well after next barrel gets in this job abi l. afraid start noticing that there's more and more trailers and merchandise and this is like smaller <noise> <unk> items like electric knives perfume batteries film booze are missing and these are easy defense items you just get a trailer load of that and take it to another city and and another mob will have some of these independent stores out here little happy to take that off their hands at trailer load of that <hes> take that off their hands and they'll get it for like fifty cents on the dollar turnaround seller for seventy five cents on the dollar learn and everybody's happy. <hes> neck is kinda. They start noticing all these things are missing and and my nurse time they they suspect him but he's kind of hard to fire because his mop connections through the teamsters union finally yellow freight will pay him a case settlement just to resign while he moves on to run in the jewelry theft ring and and actually his youngest brother karl spiro was the team leader <hes> he gets another teamsters job and he's so popular. He's elected union. Steward has is a part-time job with a mob connected bending company and intimidate s- stores and bars in installing this company's vending machines. He is a young mobster on the management draft right. He is on the rise <hes> but at the same time this is when this by then we're after the later sixties and this is one when the generation gap rears its head neck spiro is kind of a a younger charismatic leader of men and he's also affecting the look and dress of other people of his generation <hes> in other words he grows his hair out long as sports large fu manchu mustache josh he's even seen wearing kind of flowery bell bottom pants and colorful shirts look like a hippy as one guy said he who is guy looks like a fucking hippie <hes> now the conservative nixon valez always dictated that none of his men shall have facial hair now. That's you know believe that or not and i bet that's an every other mob family in the country. During this time time it was like an unwritten rule that nobody grew beers or mustaches and they all wanna dress like nick and he always dressed with address your slacks and maybe a snap brim have had or fedora and nick and corky who ran our our crime family that that's how they dress and that's how all their hey guys dressed now. <hes> informants will start reporting that knicks about does not really like her trust this next barrow because of this dress and in and more importantly because they've demeanor next bureau next. I get the next mixed up next avella. The boss is quiet in in <hes> professional and and he he he knows people but he's not out in the joints. He really is like a businessman of c._e._o. Of the company that runs a company while nick zero he's young and loud and flamboyant and the younger guys see him as a leader and he becomes kind of a threat to into the old line because of that plus there everybody's denigrating because the ways dresses they br- they even think that start rumors that he's probably maybe dealing in drugs because because that's the deal with the hippies you know they'll do drugs and he's probably dealing in drugs and and <hes> lacking they say he walks out on bar tabs and and things like that so you know it's just like any time you're out in an organization. He's out in this organization. Everybody starts starts going for him and coming up with rumors about about about how they're coming up with rumors denigrating and these attributes that had been kind of flamboyant and and a leader among on his peers in the criminal underworld those are great for the boss above him if he can control a man but a nick this case he cannot control next barrel..
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on Are You Real
"And if you tell somebody, I don't believe in what you're saying in actually, I you know, what the bible says is you're going to spend eternity in hell. That's that's not great. That's not something that people love to hear right, right? Like, you're you I grew up listening to preachers, preach it and that something that my father. He's passionate about people who are insured who, you know. They don't really have an authentic relationship with Christ. That's his passion. But anyway, all of that. There's this big smorgasbord. You know, this big potus, you know of stuff that a toward into American omens. And you know, it was it was kinda wild. Because again, I was learning on the fly like trying to figure. You're out. What is technology gonna look like in twenty years imagining Christian faith might look like so give us a peek of into that? Kinda like where you imagined technology. Twenty years will the the biggest thing that I had to write about in the book. But I also studying is this whole thing of algorithms. And which is just I'm gonna Jones actually fascinating it is. But it's always going to say. Yeah, that's exactly what you want to do is by a book four page book on algorithms. But actually I have in. It's it's interesting in their terrifying. Because. I've heard people say this. It's not artificial intelligence that we should be worried about its algorithms. You know, it's not like the Terminator coming in. You know, they're gonna it's out rhythms. And we all see this like, you know, Facebook in suddenly Chick-fil-A pops up. We're like, wow. How did they know that I like Chick-fil-A wall scores? Drove by there today. Yes. In it. That's that's like algorithms one. Oh, one is so basic, but our them's are everywhere in they are still created by you and me, I mean, the created by human beings who have biases in. So that's a whole area that I I go into because one of the characters she is called in. I'm trying to even remember she's she's called an architect like an algorithm architect, but she works for the, you know, I imagine a future in where apple does apple Amazon. I kinda imagined that you have these kind of Amazon in apple more together. So you have even a bigger entity. Like that I mentioned social media's almost a thing of the past because it got so out of hand. And and like, for instance, you know, the younger generation, they think Facebook's already it's older, people Facebook's heads. They did not have a good year last year. But I imagined they're still remnants of it. But it's not like it is today is people were like, yeah. Remember, those days are by taking selfies so stupid. But it's also regulated by the government. So these are things like I mean, I some of the stuff I research, and I'm like, you know, I could see this. Happening other stuff. Like, you know, I'm I'm okay, I'm imagining this who knows, but the algorithms thing the one character who works on those she's working on emotional algorithms, where it's not just, you know, something that is. Okay. This thing pops up, but it's it's truly something. That's a part of you. And I get into kind of one of the probably the biggest bits of technology is this thing that I call synapses, which is it's not like a brain ship. That's been science fiction and stuff. But it really is something that is, you know, in your head is not linked to your brain. But it might as well be like, your is your iphone, you know, you're in. But it's a part of you. So it just makes it easier. N even when I got into that. They're like. They're already well down the road of trying to do those sorts of things you have lots of different people that are, you know, Alon must stuff they're trying these things out. I didn't wanna make it so far fetched that while I'm I can read what somebody else's thinking. I just tried to do like while we have who would have imagined that we have the world in our hand when we have our wonderful smartphone. What I was gonna tell you think about this. When Jerry Jenkins who you brought up when you read the left behind series talks about revelation that there's going to be the two witnesses whole world is going to see them you go back twenty years..
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"But what's really interesting to me is that this psychiatrist did alternately face at least three lawsuits by former patients who said that he did have improper sex with them. They were all settled out of court between nineteen ninety and nineteen ninety two each for six figure amounts. So it sounds like there's something to that. Certainly those this psychiatrist also lost his, Idaho, medical license. And then he fled to Texas in nineteen Ninety-three about a year after Beck is death. He was extradited back to Wyoming to face fifteen sexual assault charges in criminal court. And in a plea bargain. He pleaded no contest to to second degree rape charges in exchange for only five years probation. And during that time, he couldn't treat any. Female patients. But that means he's still treating male patients. How outrageous is that? Very, and you know, how much is fine was chicken feed if d bucks so had Becky been one of his unknown victims had she been raped once by her two killers. And then again in the safety of a clinic by Dr she trusted to help her and I call them her killers because they really did killer. It took nineteen years, but they killed her. It's impossible to know if she was victim. But it certainly seems like she could have been. She had discussed a lawsuit with a lawyer. But she died before it was prepared. And she also fit the profile of that doctor's typical victims attractive troubled with long dark hair and the assault that she described sounded like some of his known victims accounts of this doctors assaults soon after his conviction on sex charges. The psychiatrist left his prison counseling job, and is no longer working as a psychiatrist, but imagine what Becky had been through. And then for psychiatrist raped her too. I just can't imagine the trauma. How could you trust? Anyone again? Really don't feel you could this. This woman has been through so much in her life, and then to have this happen. Yeah. Pursuing she trusted who's supposed to help her get better. I know right. This is destroying it's horrible. So after her death, which was in nineteen ninety two. Her ex husband took cuss. Custody of their toddler who was two and he moved out of Wyoming. Jerry Jenkins died in nineteen ninety eight leaving Ronald Kennedy is the only person alive who knew what happened that night in nineteen seventy three and he is still on death row. But he isn't he blaming it all on the one who died on Jenkins for sure. But that's how you do it. You're in a partnership until you get caught. And then you point the finger at the other person. Is there any chance he'll get out? I don't think. So now he must be quite old by now this happened in seventy three so it's forty five years ago. So if he was thirty he's in his seventy s bro. Yeah. He's not gonna get out. And even if he did there are several references in that book. We read about the townspeople would take care of things if he ever did get out on parole. He probably wouldn't last very long up at a link to the book on our show notes because it was a really good book that went over the whole case very well. Written interesting book, but haunting I have a say. Some sleep with that was a tough story. Sure was the music for true crime brewery is written and produced by tristen Capelle. If you want more TC be you can go to our website tigr dot com and join team Tigris ever for access to members only episodes along with this exclusive access to our large Bank of members only episodes you'll receive a gift from us as well as our undying admiration..
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"She told the cops. Sweated happened. But she did tell the cops and Jenkins in this other guy were arrested. The other man's trial was first and he was convicted of first degree rape. But before Jenkins truck could start the raped woman decided she had suffered enough throughout the cross examination in the first guys trial. So she refused to testify further. And Jerry Jenkins walked. So Jenkins described how he and Kennedy had driven back to town dump becky's person some other evidence of another bridge. And then he dropped Kennedy at his house Jenkins. Arrived home around two in the morning. Now, his wife wasn't home at the time. But when she did arrive, they fought until after done the next morning groggy instill a little drunk 'cause he inhaled the ocean of beer the day. This Jenkins had another beer little hair the dog, he told police that he'd contemplated surrendering. But while driving around you so Kennedy over coffee at a truck stop on the edge of town. He confessed to feeling guilty and wanted to spill his guts to police then he said that he met Kennedy for coffee and Kennedy threatened his life. If you told anyone would they had done. So they didn't really believe that he had said that to Kennedy. He's just trying to look like he was the innocent one. It's all bullshit. Yeah. So when the case finally went to trial Becky testified against both men. She had to point them out in the courtroom as Kennedy actually taunted her by smiling while sliding his finger across his throat. They were both convicted of first degree murder rape and assault and battery they were sentenced to death, but their sentences were reduced to life in prison in nineteen seventy seven when the Wyoming supreme court overturned the state's death penalty. So every time the two would come up for parole. Becky had to relive that horrible night. Hannity had been appealing for retrial an effort that friends say was very troubling. And frightening for Becky so Becky launched a statewide petition opposing parole for the two men, and she gathered hundreds of signatures, her sisters who were still alive Kelly bridge and Blyth Johnson were among those going door to door getting the signatures with her so Becky had a fairly successful life for a while. She sold advertising for a casper radio station as she got older, and she was a friendly. High functioning woman she loved to play jokes. And she never forgot anyone's birthday. She also had a daughter who she adored. Yeah. But beneath her friendly smile, she was plagued with guilt about Amy Steph. She has survived an Amy had not. And she carried Amy's picturing her wallet for her entire life. So that night in what happened never left her? No. I mean, just put women hedges major PTSD. Yeah. You're right. And I don't know if she got is much therapy as she probably should have. I don't know. But I mean, just living through something like that. It kind of destroyed are really it really kind of destroyed who she was. She was never the same. But she really tried seems like she put it in such an effort to try and get along in life..
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"So when Tony case was finally allowed to see her daughter doctors, and nurses were still working on her wounds and police were asking her questions Becky turned to a mother in tears and said, mama. I don't think Amy's coming back. So well, Tony comforted Becky a doctor removed a contact lent that have become trapped in her swollen. I so investigators arranged for a photo lineup for Becky she easily picked out Kennedy and Jenkins later that morning. Detectives staked out Kennedy's house. This was his mother's house where Kennedy was living at the time. Then they heard on police radio that both Kennedy end Jenkins had been spotted together in Kennedy's old green pickup on the nearby highway. They are about to return to the house when investigators so Kennedy's track going down the street right past them. But Kennedy was alone. So if Jenkins had been with him he'd apparently gotten out of the truck after a few blacks Kennedy stopped at a stop light on a main street. A few pedestrians crossed in front of his truck investigator, Dave develo leapt from his car and ran to the center of the main street to Kennedy's open window. He drew his handgun is renting than it. Quickly opened the driver's side door and drag Kennedy out onto the road. With the car's engine still running develop arrested Ronald Kennedy who has taken to the police department only thirty paces away from where he was cuffed right there by. The court house and the police station roof handy, but this is some police work on this is kind of Starsky and hutch jumping out of the car. Pulling the gun in the door opens his big stuff, and this policeman would become very close to Becky over the years. He actually walked her down the aisle at her wedding, your they became friends. Yes, now Jerry Jenkins was spotted on foot headed to a neighborhood liquor store one that he'd actually robbed a few years before with Ron Kennedy two cups pulled up in a cruiser beside him and told him he was under arrest in Jenkins acted surprised. They read him his rights and cuffed him telling him that he was a suspect in a rape and murder. There was a pocket knife in Jenkins pants pocket. The same knife. Kennedy had used to abduct and terrorize Becky and Amy that night before now that afternoon Jerry Jenkins was brought into the interrogation room. In handcuffs. He kept his head down. He'd been in police custody for less than an hour kept in a holding cell at the end of the hall and throughout his interrogation. He put most of the blame on Kennedy, and he refused to answer if he had raped Becky now at age twenty nine Jenkins already knew the criminal Justice system. Very well. He ran away from home four times when he was fifteen always returned to his parents until the last time when he was turned over to juvenile probation officers. His father Edgar Jenkins was a truck driver who was often away from home. The Jenkins family was a big mess getting drunk and fighting. We're just commonplace. The father beat the mother and the kids, and they moved around frequently the kids got into drugs and crime when they were quite young now while other kids in the neighborhood, we're going to the soda shop together to the movies Jenkins fell in with the local troublemakers. Stealing cars and staying drunk most of the time. So Jenkins was arrested nine times before he even turned eighteen some of the offenses public drunkenness careless driving vagrancy and even a hit and run. He served two sentences at the Wyoming boy school a reformatories for juvenile offenders. And at eighteen he said he wanted to join the army, so they let him out he passed the test. But as soon as he was out he went AWOL before he was even inducted into the army when summer night in nineteen sixty eight Jerry Jenkins in another man got drunk, and they somehow got a nineteen year old woman into their car supposedly to get a soda at a local diner. But instead they drove her to a deserted road park beside a deep era Gatien canal and raped her. They later dumped her alive behind an apartment building in town and they threatened to kill her..
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Carl took off his jacket and tied the arms around pick his ways to cover her as she couldn't stand the stressors lifted her into the backseat of their car turn the heater up. Full blast. Carl ran to the bridge railing and leaned out looking down. He didn't wanna waste time. Looking for a body that might not be there? But he didn't wanna leave Amy down there if she needed help too. But he saw nothing. So he decided to get help for Becky back in the car. He drove toward Sloan store, which is a roadside market about ten miles down. On the road on the way, Becky was crying and she asked for water they gave her some hot coffee to drink. She told the strassler's more of her story about the abduction the rape. Enter fall from the bridge down in that dark canyon. She had called out for Amy but got no answer. At the store. Carl ran inside to call the sheriff while Dorothy stayed with Becky in the car twenty minutes later, the sheriff in an ambulance arrived, the sheriff himself questioned Becky and confirmed that she was one of the two girls who had been reported missing by their mother the night before on their way to the hospital Becky became angry. She wanted to stay alive at least in part. So she could see these men punished in the hospital Becky told police how she and Amy had gone to the thrift way to buy some groceries a little after nine pm it was dark when they left and they parked near the store's front door. Fifteen minutes later, they got in becky's Ford station wagon and backed up a few feet, but Becky notice that her right rear tire was flat. This made her mad. She said because she just had it fixed a couple of days earlier, she pulled back into her parking spot beside two guys in a white car who asked if she needed. Help. So the driver was the fat guy with greasy light colored hair wearing a denim jacket. His passenger was a skinny wild eyed guy who called himself Kenny and that was Kennedy. Now, they rummaged through Jerry's truck to find Jack, and they jacked up becky's car a few inches and then stopped. When Becky described her attackers, the policemen were pretty sure they knew who they were Ronald Kennedy and Jerry Jenkins were small time crooks who hung out together quite a bit. And every cop in the area knew them and didn't think much of them. So they told Becky they were going to go to another station and see if they could fix her tire real quick. That'd be great Becky said and waited for them. So Becky told Amy to run over to the nearby convenience store payphone and call their mom to tell her that they had a flat, but some nice men were going to help them, and they'd be right home, the two guys left, but they were back in just five minutes, and that was before Amy had returned from the convenience store. Now, the men wanted Becky to go with them to the station, but Becky said just a minute. I've gotta go get my little sister Amy had gone into the store after the phone call to her mom and bought herself. Some candy Becky hurried her along. And they went back to her car together where Kennedy and Jenkins were. Awaiting Hannity, then came up beside Becky and stuck a knife against her ribs. And that's when she knew that her and her sister were in big trouble. And that's when they got them into the car. Now, this is just so haunting and terrifying to me because as a teenager, we went out and did things ourselves me, and my girlfriends missus tres, and there were always creepy guys around trying to get you in the car trying to talk to you. So this could have happened to me so easily. Where you're of the when it was common for people to be taking rights from strangers. We don't do that anymore. But I never did take rides from strangers. But it could have happened. I certainly could've you were smart. I was scared and you head pig sisters, and parents who told you these things. Well, I'm just saying that could easily have been me or many of the girls I grew up with in this situation, which just makes my blood just go cold to think about it..
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on WRVA
"Virginia's leading score and rebound or at sixteen and a half points, five and a half rebounds. And at the five Jack Straw, the six ten two hundred and fifty pound Kiwi. The senior out of Auckland New Zealand averaging four point three rebounds and four point seven points per game making his six start off. The year this afternoon. So we are looking forward to a good one here today. Virginia NBC you getting set to put the ball in the air. The Cavaliers are the home white uniforms orange numerals blue lettering. It is traveling black white numerals gold gold numerals white lettering. The all black uniforms, otherwise Lee castle at center court, he'll put the ball in the air force. And we are officially underway as it is one back by Corey gutless over Jack salt PC you will start with a going right to left on your radio. Dial or officiating crew castle Tony Henderson. So the Rams would have asked it ball quote on the left wing. It's Evans dumping it down low Santos Silva turns around puts up a sock water just left to the lane and his team on the board. I was first points of the game. Here comes that pressure by VCU. Cavaliers, we'll see some of that three-quarter wellness full even but now backing up a bit is Jerome Motors into the Frank for past airing on teaching kids, and now raises his left hand high into the air scattered crowd here at GP j it's not a full house. Not even close with the weather impacting attendance here today, we'll see what kind of volume they're able to create hunter has it on the left wing for Virginia landed onto the Kyle guy who back with four to shoot guide into the lane. Turns state's fires. The free throw line. No good salts bats. It out. Don't Virginia's gonna get another crack at it is it goes into the back work before its retreat by super JD. Look to reset it Jack salt becoming almost like Isaiah Wilkins was a year ago with that move becoming kind of his trademark this season keeping it alive for his teammates now with the cast on the left THE. Hey, Clark drills with his right hand dribble with his left is Jerome feats it across the courtroom now for the left wing spots up from three shot MRs front iron and the rebound to Santos Silva. You see you're going to turn over evidence. Throws it right into the hands of Jerome Trump's got onto spots. Three his shot. Sales wise left and Virginia stays cold. Start this game Cavaliers I three shots for the right hand. It Elaine Chao fan. Fan. Jenkins on the near win. Now, they pass it into the corner. This is Douglas rotating it around on the outside or the ranch looking for that shot now thirteen to shoot for VCU van around the screen from Santos Silva finds the opening anxiously through the defense on the left side of the lane for the layup is van which is now four to nothing. You can still try to get its offense working in a good patient set VCU there that was too easy for that time recognizing the title. The clock is able to take it all the way Jerome Bruce over the shoulder Passover to hunter hunter looks like he might have gotten some contact lost basketball. They'll say out of bounds last touch by VCU down the middle. Kyle guy fought over that screen last time down he was hoping expecting help the combination. Just never did. Us defense is improved markedly here in the second year on our microbes. Nice little teardrop down low for Kyle guy coming in from the left side piece, which Virginia on the board for the first time here today. His fellow four game with seventeen and a half minister playing the rain J. Jan. Jerry Jenkins featured onto Douglas Douglas takes it into the paint color jump. Stop. Poked away by hunter. But right into the hands of Jake is he faces fires the corner. Three can't go. But Douglas the offensive rebound in the stick back. So Cory Douglas who comes into this game today, averaging four point seven rebounds a game and under twenty minutes again comes up with a big office for their first team. I'll look for court now for the who's trailing Sixty-two which just over three minutes gone. Connected on three of their first four shots Virginia. One for their first for Girolamo Avenir wing, right? Featured guy we tend to shoot guy de defended by van looking for screen from salt those at the top of the hundred out of the corner. It is. Hey, Clark, three seconds to shoot it. He draws a foul from ROY. That is an unforgivable foul remark is Evans with a block inside of three seconds. The. Attention purposes, one handed player key. Hey, Clark, three pointer. He's going to have a chance for three free throws. The referees are going to check to see if in fact that is a three pointer he's just going to get two shots. But if you're Mike roads right now, you're not happy with that foul situation. You gotta have the Scott report, you got to know the key Clark's got a cast on his left hand. Listen, we're going to make him do things with the basketball make him put him in positions to make decisions. And example, there was to see if he could shoot the ball from.
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Most part without Leonard fournette, how did this offense band together and enable be able to pull this out? We just, you know, obviously, you know, Leonard had a little tweaking. It'll be the biggest. Biggest thing is that depend on each other. I think we we practice so hard, and we have we have grueling camp and all that other stuff. So we can depend on each other. We have moments like this and all. Really do have a true belief that the next man will make a play for us. How fulfilling is it to go on the road for the season opener against a team that had such high expectations making its debut under its new head coach, and you just took the life out of the building. I don't care what their expectations are. I don't care what they have to say. I don't care how excited they are for their. It's all right here. I think that's the certainly the best way to approach. It has a field of you mentioned to be in that new home. But the first game back is we're used to be you know, you have any flashbacks there. Oh, yeah. I had a flashback early when I kinda touchdown. They call that shit back. Oh, yeah. Austin thanks so much for a couple of greatly appreciated and good luck. The rest of the way, especially with this new team, you're off and running nicely. Hey, thanks for having me. I really appreciate it and see next time absolutely nonsensical. Jerry Jenkins of the Jacksonville Jaguars. And. So far off to a very good start as they take the life out of MetLife stadium today with a twenty two fifteen win over the giants and Austin safari and Jenkins three receptions for twenty five yards in his first game. Blake Bortles eighteen of thirty three one hundred seventy six yards passing. And you know, even without Leonard fournette they had a strong day as TJ Yeldan came in and was a weapon out of the backfield. Fifty one yards rushing on the day. Dede Westbrook had five or sections for fifty one yards as Austin severity Jenkins. But a good total team effort the Browns regained control of the football. And with thirty six seconds left. They are driving in the pouring rain trying to pull it out as they are tied with the Steelers at twenty one. It was Joe shelbert turnover as he picked up the ball loose ball. And it puts the Browns in position potentially to win this one the doll. On top of the titans in the third quarter seven two three while the chiefs lead the charges fourteen to six and the Broncos and Seahawks. Even at seven no score between the Cowboys and Panthers Redskins and cardinals are scoreless late. First quarter will keep you up to date on all of it right here. An eye on football. Z eye on football on CBS sports radio. I didn't wanna talk. She just said with me. We got one day he called me out of the blue. And it's comforting to know that our listen county him to have my back. She called me from time to time. I really didn't think I needed any help me from being really depressed to make somebody care to give me some hope just that one text be there..
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"And that's where our focus is shifted now after this game a season opening win in the rain at MetLife stadium, and for the most part without Leonard fournette, how did this offense band together and enable be able to pull this out? We just, you know, obviously, you know, Leonard had a little tweaking the, okay, it'll be. The biggest thing is the biggest thing is that depend on each other. I think we practice so hard, and we have we have grueling camp and all that other stuff. So we could depend on each other. When we have moments like this, and we're gonna. Really do have a true belief that the next man will make a play for us. How fulfilling is it to go on the road for the season opener against a team that had such high expectations making its debut under its new head coach, and you just took the life out of the building. I don't care what their expectations are. I don't care what they have to say. I don't care how excited they are for their ears. It's all right here. I think that's the best way to approach. It has a field of you mentioned to be in that new home. But the first game back is is we're used to be. You know, you have any flashbacks there. Oh, yeah. I had a flashback early when I caught a touchdown. They call that shit back. So. Yeah. Austin thanks so much for a couple of it's greatly appreciated and good luck. The rest of the way, especially with this new team, you're off and running nicely. Hey, thanks for having me. I really appreciate it and see next time. They absolutely nonsensical. Jerry Jenkins of the Jacksonville Jaguars. And. So far off to a very good start as they take the life out of MetLife stadium today with a twenty two fifteen win over the giants and Austin Saharan Jenkins three receptions for twenty five yards in his first game. Blake Bortles eighteen of thirty three one hundred seventy six yards passing. And you know, even without Leonard fournette they had a strong day as TJ Yeldan came in and was a weapon out of the backfield. Fifty one yards rushing on the day de Westbrook had five or sections for fifty one yards as Austin's very Jenkins. Put a good total team effort the Browns regained control of the football. And with thirty six seconds left. They are driving in the pouring rain trying to pull it out as they are tied with the Steelers at twenty one. It was a Joe shelbert turnover as he picked up the ball loose ball and puts the Browns in position potentially to win this one the dolphins. On top of the titans in the third quarter seven two three while the chiefs lead the charges fourteen to six and the Broncos and Seahawks. Even at seven no score between the Cowboys and Panthers Redskins and cardinals are scoreless late. First quarter will keep you up to date on all of it right here. An eye on football. Cease eye on football on CBS sports radio. It takes a.
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Fifty one forty one the. Father of a missing, three year old who was arrested at a New Mexico compound linked to extremist Muslims was training children to. Commit school shootings that's according to court documents that were filed earlier this week Jerry Jenkins is the founder and. CEO of the. Jenkins group, Jenkins investigated international terrorism, cases he says these sorts of camps, in the middle of nowhere are nothing new yeah we've seen this before, Oregon had a compound not too long ago a couple of years back that was joining the same type of thing But you gotta remember, Brian it's a very fine line in the imams. Loss all throughout the country know how to walk up to that first amendment right of freedom of speech and then to go ahead and teach. Their ways to to go out and then have others go off the grid and continuing that instruction whether it's, doing here domestically or try to then facilitate individuals going overseas to join the, flights of ISIS Al. Qaeda al-shabaab you name the. Terrorist organization training them here. To go over to do it overseas this compound was on the FBI's radar but ultimately it was the. Local police who went in and actually made. The rest Jenkins shares why sometimes there's a. Fine line between, Wendy going in these sorts of compounds and went to let. Things play out it's very. Difficult to decide how long do we allow for them to do this before. They. Go actionable and actually tried to commit a terrorist attack here on. US soil bet audio courtesy of Fox News for USA radio news I'm Timberg I live alone and rarely have. Visitors so when I slipped and fell in the kitchen last and couldn't get to a, phone I knew I was in trouble I could barely move I tried calling for help but no one could hear me. As I lay there I couldn't help but think of my kids and grandkids having to go on without. Me I was terrified it took eight hours from my. Neighbor to find me it could have been..
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on KTRH
"The weather channel eight on the island ninety two at the top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center three oh one our top story the son of an elderly woman found stabbed to death in her home near unbelievable now charged with her murder a neighbor says the woman had told him she was going to cut off her son fiftysixyearold jerry jenkins because he was constantly in and out of jail he said to me that whenever she sees that she was going to tell him that this over because she's tired keep going back and forth big peru john brennan money like that surveillance video showed jenkins pull up to the home sunday morning and then leave about ten minutes later the seventy nine year old woman's body was not found until yesterday precinct four constables are asking for the public's help in finding four wanted for a violent home invasion in spring last month constable mark herman says the two men and two women are considered armed and dangerous they followed a man on l a boulevard hit him in the head with a rifle and then dragged him home where they stole cash and jewellery while family members were inside if you know these individuals know where they're at please call us it's very very important that we get them off the street you can call anonymously all we need is a location and we have team standing by right now within a minutes notice to get him pictures of the suspects are posted online by the harris county precinct four constables office houston democrats sheila jacksonlee criticizing the trump administration for failing to meet a judge's deadline to reunite families caught the us illegally it is now being known as most shockingly a nation that has snatched children away from their families and sadly may have lost them a lost their family members lawyers for the justice department say they'll be able to return as many as fifty nine out of one hundred two children under age five who are in government custody most will then be released into the us the memorial park conservancy is the recipient of a ten million dollar donation from a houston developer and his wife the head of clay development and construction robert clay and his wife emily pledged a gift on may thirtieth but for the longterm upgrade of memorial park it'll cost more than two hundred million dollars and more than ten years to complete the memorial park conservancy.
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"The muslims did constantinople they ended the roman empire have we still had a heavy imperial muslim influence in the world ever since the fifteenth century yeah guys they're debating with each other right now whether to reinstall the caliph it now so there's a lot of holes i can poke in this theory because a lot of it has come from an mero or eurocentric point of view but you have to understand from the bible's point of view america and europe are not the center of the world america is a non entity europe is an afterthought except for maybe a couple of references that you can make a case like ezekiel jerusalem is the center of the world this documentary ashley applies a bib a prima lineal dispensational viewpoint from the notion jerusalem is the center of the world so right away i'm like okay so we're not gonna do the typical jon hagey click date that i've read most of my life these people are serious about this i'm in i read by way i read every left behind book i even read the books tim la hay and jerry jenkins wrote the nonfiction books they wrote in between left behind books to defend their theory i read everyone enjoyed almost all of them went out and bought them at the bookstore the day they came out i'm very well versed in this view i know much more than i'm letting on i'm just trying to describe it as generally as i can to avoid getting in the weeds okay.
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Christian and she just got bad taste like a few weeks earlier pretty amazing again i broke down to san broke down samsa playing whether i mean it was incredible i i mean as they say to use the cliche doesn't get better than that you're affecting someone's eternal destiny and it's not i mean you know it's not even just the returnable destiny it's other people's attornal destiny because when a life is changed they will change other lives the people around these two people that you just mentioned there are all kinds of people that they interact with who are going to see a changed life so it is just spectacular i know it's part of why you guys do what you do you want to change lives and you're using your platform to do it it's just it's extrordinary i think that you know who knew when you were doing hercules that that would give you a platform and a visibility that god could use for this a few years in the future i don't know christian my whole life but it's it's you know i would never oppose it doing a movie that you consider faithbased sam says every moves a faith based movie and it is i mean atheism is a religion right so that's correct i came to me through dallas jenkins jerry jenkins son years ago with the movie and that was my first pure plex movie in the same guys who wrote god's not that and he just wanted to look at the script and i said who's playing pastor benny's those i don't know i want to kevin there's no money in this i don't care this story is amazing characters but most people don't know that the you direct movies ages think of you as a muscle bound guy your victim mature your guy you show up on the set you flex your muscles you say a few lines but i've met you and you're no fool you you you're really super sharp guy sam is incredibly sharp but we're not gonna talk about that now we're talking about you you directed this film have you done a lot of directing i mean it's most people might not know that you direct films back back in ninety five ninety six my first time ever directing anything but this is my first feature film and.
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on Super Station 101
"To have all the answers but the people look to him for answers it i think this were some of the criticism comes in i personally anything if daily grave ever said that i'd give it i would differ would involve i'd give it a pass because i think his heart was so filled love is so determined to make a pasta difference ensured for people given all the gospel so thank you for honored him today and thank you for keeping to respect uh for the gospel than had for the calls of crash by promoting and reminding people i was hoping he'd get to be a hundred but that won't get savagely matters well i've just amazed by the career that he's had all the president's that he was an advisor to how many of the times you know he would go into the white house whether it was republican or democrat and you know again never wavered from his message he was always able to deliver a message that was always very obviously articulated wellarticulated articulated but also very welcoming very forgiving very soothing m you know one thing this interesting in this country to me john is that we don't seem to have those soothing voices any longer m i've never interviewed franklin graham although i've spoken to him off the air before but i have spoken to uh to bill his daughter and of course you know i've interviewed a you know of of the timour hey and jerry jenkins the gaza wrote the left behind series them beat up carl gallup sanda even rick warren some years ago all you know just grape spiritual thinkers but i i've never been able to to really capture in other people just as vibrant message of hope and i'm curious franklin notwithstanding and he certainly a possible candidate do you think ever that there's going to be another billy graham on i don't as well we'll see now i will say this uh i don't think there's anybody think about how god raised i put my uh who had the ear of president now let must stop and think about it you thought of the old enough but i have all of us through their been the big killer the.
"jerry jenkins" Discussed on WJR 760
"Jewish hearing the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr yes he is two sara let the musical on the get some friends in studio here and uh they tell us that don't talk too much about books on the show like are you kidding me this book is so cool you gotta have a just for the way it's made okay that's all i'm gonna tell you sousa wilcox olsen sunshine earlier here good to see you guys tell chuck hello yeah i just i used the at the ball like like charlie did honest i mean he just kills that he played for bowling green was a star now i've got warning track power but inner city of visiting with us the greg size love isli publishing director at raucous books and he is helping to promote the work of researcher at writer jerry jenkins of a book called victory for m as you a one hundred twenty year history of spartan men's basketball it's a tabletop book and i've got to tell you the cover is the most classic cover i have ever ever seen greg you came up with this rate a yes sir company's been doing it for about three years now so the you've been putting basketball's on your coverage renewed basketball we do football we do hockey soccer seaport hockey pox on front yes yes so it's not a full basketball to about learn what three inches wide three inches reid had ivory and a half yes yeah and end it is made out of basketball material it's got to drawn on seems and it's got the m s u logo right yes amac right across the front of it and it's like it's like a real basketball we wanted to make sure that we differentiate cells in the market and for you in such a rich rich history for michigan state we wanted to differentiate.