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"judy bishop" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

04:08 min | 4 months ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"On february twelfth. Twenty ten forty five year. Old niro biologist. Amy bishop arrived a routine faculty meeting with her university of alabama huntsville colleagues about the minutes after the meeting started. She pulled a handgun from her purse and fire on the group after she fled the conference room bishop discarded her bloodstained jacket and weapon in a bathroom. She intended to slip out unseen and meet her husband outside the shelby center but was intercepted by police outside. The building bishop was then arrested and taken into custody. The shooting critically wounded six of bishops colleagues. Killing three it was a senseless as it was ruthless and many wondered what prompted the usually reserved scientists to turn violent. It didn't take investigators long to uncover a vital clue according to the new yorker a police chief from the boston suburb of braintree. Where bishop had grown up called huntsville's sheriff's department the morning after the shooting. His warning was grave. The woman you have in custody. I thought you'd wanna know. She shot and killed her brother back in. Nineteen eighty six according to amy's mother. Judy bishop when amy was twenty one. She accidentally shot her younger brother. Seth as judy told. Amy been home visiting from college and mistaken seth for an intruder. The family had experienced a break in their house the year before and amy's father purchased a shotgun for security. Amy raised the loaded shotgun but stopped short when she realized it was only seth arriving home from running errands but when she attempted to unload the gun. Amy accidentally shot her eighteen year. Old brother killing him. Amy was held in police custody until that evening. Boston police indicated. They believed to be an accident. Supported by a medical examiner's analysis of seth's gunshot wound though the incident likely caused. Ptsd shock. amy. Bishop didn't receive counselling or psychiatric treatment following her brother's death. When bishop later married and became a mother. Despite the appearance of normality it became clear that she was prone to explosive behavior. She reportedly lashed out in public on various occasions. Even physically assaulting a stranger pancake restaurant whose family was seated before hers bishop was also known to dismiss graduate students in her lab that she was supposed to be advising some acquaintances believed she was growing arrogant and resentful this increasingly erratic behavior coupled with reports that bishop had grown bitter and isolated after being denied tenure led investigators to believe the shooting was a demonstration of retaliation and anchor as bishop awaited trial in prison. The case of her brother's death was also reopened in june of two thousand ten. A grand jury indicted. Amy bishop for first degree murder of her brother shortly after she was indicted on multiple counts including capital murder and attempted murder for the february twelfth. Shooting though bishop initially pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity she ultimately pled guilty and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole bishop tried unsuccessfully to appeal the ruling and while she later express some remorse for her actions as nbc. News reported in two thousand fifteen many wary of bishops sincerity one survivor of the huntsville. Shooting cited it as a ploy to reduce her time in prison to date bishop continues to serve her sentence in an alabama penitentiary.

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The University of Alabama Shooting

Today in True Crime

04:08 min | 4 months ago

The University of Alabama Shooting

"On february twelfth. Twenty ten forty five year. Old niro biologist. Amy bishop arrived a routine faculty meeting with her university of alabama huntsville colleagues about the minutes after the meeting started. She pulled a handgun from her purse and fire on the group after she fled the conference room bishop discarded her bloodstained jacket and weapon in a bathroom. She intended to slip out unseen and meet her husband outside the shelby center but was intercepted by police outside. The building bishop was then arrested and taken into custody. The shooting critically wounded six of bishops colleagues. Killing three it was a senseless as it was ruthless and many wondered what prompted the usually reserved scientists to turn violent. It didn't take investigators long to uncover a vital clue according to the new yorker a police chief from the boston suburb of braintree. Where bishop had grown up called huntsville's sheriff's department the morning after the shooting. His warning was grave. The woman you have in custody. I thought you'd wanna know. She shot and killed her brother back in. Nineteen eighty six according to amy's mother. Judy bishop when amy was twenty one. She accidentally shot her younger brother. Seth as judy told. Amy been home visiting from college and mistaken seth for an intruder. The family had experienced a break in their house the year before and amy's father purchased a shotgun for security. Amy raised the loaded shotgun but stopped short when she realized it was only seth arriving home from running errands but when she attempted to unload the gun. Amy accidentally shot her eighteen year. Old brother killing him. Amy was held in police custody until that evening. Boston police indicated. They believed to be an accident. Supported by a medical examiner's analysis of seth's gunshot wound though the incident likely caused. Ptsd shock. amy. Bishop didn't receive counselling or psychiatric treatment following her brother's death. When bishop later married and became a mother. Despite the appearance of normality it became clear that she was prone to explosive behavior. She reportedly lashed out in public on various occasions. Even physically assaulting a stranger pancake restaurant whose family was seated before hers bishop was also known to dismiss graduate students in her lab that she was supposed to be advising some acquaintances believed she was growing arrogant and resentful this increasingly erratic behavior coupled with reports that bishop had grown bitter and isolated after being denied tenure led investigators to believe the shooting was a demonstration of retaliation and anchor as bishop awaited trial in prison. The case of her brother's death was also reopened in june of two thousand ten. A grand jury indicted. Amy bishop for first degree murder of her brother shortly after she was indicted on multiple counts including capital murder and attempted murder for the february twelfth. Shooting though bishop initially pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity she ultimately pled guilty and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole bishop tried unsuccessfully to appeal the ruling and while she later express some remorse for her actions as nbc. News reported in two thousand fifteen many wary of bishops sincerity one survivor of the huntsville. Shooting cited it as a ploy to reduce her time in prison to date bishop continues to serve her sentence in an alabama penitentiary.

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"judy bishop" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

08:46 min | 4 months ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"It was mid february at the university of alabama huntsville. The spring semester was just starting to ramp up again which meant that amy. Bishop was back to teaching her classes. That friday the forty five year old biology researcher and assistant professor instructed her anatomy and neuroscience lectures actual. The faculty meeting that followed was typical for a week day. Bishop join twelve of her colleagues inside a conference room at the university's shelby center for science and technology. In fact her fellow professor deborah moriarty would recall the gathering as so laid back as to be almost mundane as talk about budgets scheduling events. Peter don there was little to hint that something violent was about to happen but about an hour into the gathering the calm was shattered out of nowhere. Amy bishop jerked out of her seat. She pulled a handgun from her purse and proceeded to open fire on the room. Bishop i shot the woman leading. The faculty meeting then took aim at numerous others around the table. The conference room was windowless and the sound of gunshots. Echoing inside became deafening. Amy bishop continued to fire at colleagues in the room. Turning the gun on deborah maury already herself the professor clung to bishops leg pleading with her to stop shooting when bishop attempted to shoot moriarty the trigger clicked. Her gun had jammed giving moriarty of fleeting window for action. As bishop tried to toggle the trigger loose moriarty crawled into the hallway. Bishop followed her. Still fumbling with the gun. Thinking quick moriarty sprang back into the conference room and shut the door. She and her fellow faculty members then barred the door with another table and wedged a refrigerator against it for extra weight. Meanwhile others in the conference room who were not critically injured tended to those who'd been shot as they called nine one one. It appeared that no less than six faculty members were wounded. Time seemed to stand still within the barricaded room. Deborah moriarty later recalled the entire incident from the moment bishop began to shoot until the door was barricaded. Probably took less than one minute. However brief there were grave consequences next will discuss a troubling event that was later tied to amy bishop's in february twenty ten. Hi it's vanessa from podcast. They say there's someone for everyone a soul to share your secrets with a companion to grow old with a conspirator to commit crimes with starting this february on spotify learn about the lethal and legendary lovers. Who fought the law in the podcast limited series criminal couples. If you've ever referred to your best friend or beloved as your partner in crime this exclusive series is for you beginning february. I join me for a collection of unlawful love. Stories from shows across the podcast network. Discover the extreme beliefs of cult leaders. 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The shooting critically wounded six of bishops colleagues. Killing three it was a senseless as it was ruthless and many wondered what prompted the usually reserved scientists to turn violent. It didn't take investigators long to uncover a vital clue according to the new yorker a police chief from the boston suburb of braintree. Where bishop had grown up called huntsville's sheriff's department the morning after the shooting. His warning was grave. The woman you have in custody. I thought you'd wanna know. She shot and killed her brother back in. Nineteen eighty six according to amy's mother. Judy bishop when amy was twenty one. She accidentally shot her younger brother. Seth as judy told. Amy been home visiting from college and mistaken seth for an intruder. The family had experienced a break in their house the year before and amy's father purchased a shotgun for security. Amy raised the loaded shotgun but stopped short when she realized it was only seth arriving home from running errands but when she attempted to unload the gun. Amy accidentally shot her eighteen year. Old brother killing him. Amy was held in police custody until that evening. Boston police indicated. They believed to be an accident. Supported by a medical examiner's analysis of seth's gunshot wound though the incident likely caused. Ptsd shock. amy. Bishop didn't receive counselling or psychiatric treatment following her brother's death. When bishop later married and became a mother. Despite the appearance of normality it became clear that she was prone to explosive behavior. She reportedly lashed out in public on various occasions. Even physically assaulting a stranger pancake restaurant whose family was seated before hers bishop was also known to dismiss graduate students in her lab that she was supposed to be advising some acquaintances believed she was growing arrogant and resentful this increasingly erratic behavior coupled with reports that bishop had grown bitter and isolated after being denied tenure led investigators to believe the shooting was a demonstration of retaliation and anchor as bishop awaited trial in prison. The case of her brother's death was also reopened in june of two thousand ten. A grand jury indicted. Amy bishop for first degree murder of her brother shortly after she was indicted on multiple counts including capital murder and attempted murder for the february twelfth. Shooting though bishop initially pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity she ultimately pled guilty and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole bishop tried.

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"judy bishop" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

04:13 min | 5 months ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"judy bishop" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"I have this key, and I put them together, and I figured this out, and we had a strange conversation, right? Because I would I said was I'm going to publish this name. And if there's reason why shouldn't you need to tell me, why should and he gave me all kinds of reasons. But none of them were that I was wrong. And he never acknowledged. He would never say to me. Yes. It is this person. But he also is an honest guy who wasn't going to lie to me about something. That is true. I probably created a lot of discomfort for him. I'm sure there are people who are not happy about the fact that he gave me the first piece, but I wasn't gonna hold that back. And he knew what you were doing he Demi. He was fully informed of what you're going to do. Yeah. Well, I wanna go back. Once I can says, something you said you had source you need to protect and that sometimes you would hold information back that would identify them or or caused them some difficulty. And my question is is that information that they identified or that you identified because my struggle is always people will say don't burn me. But they will then give you information that you actually can't necessarily tell if it will burn them or not they're not being careful in the question is your responsibility to be careful on their behalf. And how do you even know what will get man I deal with this all the time? I just dealt with this big way on a recent piece for the New Yorker, but the. It's hard. I mean, I I don't think there's any one size fits all thing. And I I tend to feel differently about. People in Belfast. A lot of people are dealing with people who don't have a ton of experience dealing with the press, and I often will build in a little bit of a handicap there, I just recently did a piece I don't wanna go into too much detail. But where there were some people who were taking risks telling me certain things, but they were people who were much more sophisticated players, and you know, people who have lawyers have money and have dealt with the press. And and I was less inclined to make allowances for them and sort of feel like, hey helped me, protect you. Because you're obviously not protecting yourself that. I would be with somebody who is less savvy the game. I mean at the end of the day. I don't what I always tell people is the recorders rolling. I'm taking notes here. If he wants to be off the record tell me it's off the record. But you have to know that when I sit down to read the piece, I'm not going to be point punches on your. Yeah. I bet that we talked about this before actually at our previous conversation than they forget they do. They forget fifteen minutes later. They forget. Yeah. And then you're stuck with how often to remind them. Like, what is the response for reminding them? You know, what this is this is funny? We're getting a little meta here. But before we sat down, I was saying I thought that when we did that last podcast I had been working on the Bishop peace while we you know, I was working on it hadn't come out yet. And if I talked about that on that podcast. That's what I was thinking about any of the ships parents because I had had this experience where I went and spent a lot of time with them. She was a she was a we should say. So she was a professor at the university of Alabama who in twenty ten shot. She was mass shooter she shot series of her colleagues. And after that happened it emerged that when she was a teenager. She had shot and killed her own brother at the family home in Massachusetts. And there had been one witness to this. It was her mother Judy Bishop, and she came in and immediately set us all the whole thing. It was an accident. And for this piece. I was writing a lot about the parents of any Bishop would lost one son. And then, you know, their daughter had become this mass shooter later in their requests in my mind about what they knew about.

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"judy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Level, which really probably wouldn't be possible. If you had a serious on treated, mental illness. I think not now her trial was scheduled for September twenty fourth two thousand twelve two weeks before her attorney went to the prosecution asking for the possibility of deal, so Amy was going to be willing to plead guilty to capital murder and exchange for an agreement by prosecutors that they would not seek the death penalty. Psychiatric tests proven inconclusive in defense had no satisfying evidence that Bishop was insane. So the prosecutors agreed to the deal when it was time for her to plead guilty courtroom was full of onlookers. But Aimet Astor family not to come. So she she's lead in everyone's craning their next to catch a glimpse of her. She'll were red jumpsuit and flip flops with white socks on L out of the picture. She's wearing a bulletproof vest as well. At least when she's outdoors, right? She had lost weight and her eyes look sunken. But she seemed to hold her head high trying to maintain a slate era of superiority over the spectators. Yes, I think that part of her has never left her when a defendant pleads guilty in a capital murder case in Alabama. The state is required to present a summary of its evidence in court. So is photos of her murdered colleagues were put up on a projector Amy covered her head with their arms on the table top. The next concern was whether Amy would go to trial for the murder of. Breath in Massachusetts. But trying her for first degree murder would require the prosecution to present a case for a crime that happened more than twenty years earlier and some of the people who would need to testify were now elderly with poor memories. Many people were dead. Most of the physical evidence was missing never collected including the murder weapon had been returned to the family. Plus, the only eyewitness to the killing was Amy's mother. And you really can't believe her. No, simply put also there's the issue of motive there were some people that said there was a long standing rivalry between Amy and her brother, but no one who knew the two siblings would testify that. There was a problem between them. It had been suggested that the spat on the morning of December six had been between Amiens Seth not Amy and her dad, but all the other evidence was that it had been between Amy and her dad after Amy's guilty plea, the DA's office released a statement. Announcing that it would not seek her extradition because Massachusetts doesn't have the death penalty, and because Amy is already serving life without parole in Alabama. So her punishment overall wouldn't change so kind of be a wasted effort and expense. But any let it be known through her public defender that she actually wanted to be tried in Massachusetts for Seth death. She had always insisted the shooting was accidental and she resented the implication of the withdrawn indictment. So she wanted to have a trial to help demonstrate that she is innocent. So was there a cover up for Amy intentionally killing her brother in nineteen eighty six Judy Bishop is adamant that the shooting was an accident, of course. But the circumstantial evidence to me supports an intentional shooting. There's also the passability that Amy meant to shoot her father Sam over that argument. They had earlier that day. In one of the big things is judy's timeline. It's very questionable to me. I believe she was home at eleven or twelve not after two pm is she claimed I also believe that she heard the shotgun blasts that came from Amy's room. I think it would be hard to miss it. If she was home the state trooper Ryan, how the state trooper interviewed the bishops after death said that Amy told him that when she came downstairs with shotgun. She had the impression that her mother had been home for awhile. And in the same set of interviews Sam Bishop told how in the to offer says with him that he had expected Judy home between eleven and twelve in her statement Judy said, she had returned to the residents to see if this anything for lunch. Seth was home. When she got there. Judy told how and stated that he would go to the store to pick up some foods. So that we could all have lunch. That contradicts. What she said about arriving home in Seth pulled in right behind her a little after two. So they kind of arrived at the same time. So quite into this account, which was delivered not that long after the shooting. She came home not after Seth returned from the grocery store, but before he'd left, so there's a good reason that salmon Judy Bishop would lie about this time line because in their story, the whole reason Amy took out the shotgun in the first place is because she'd been home alone for several hours, and she was afraid and decided to learn how to shoot the gun on the spur of the moment. Another thing. Amy claim that the shotgun was on her bed when it went off in her bedroom. Her mother Judy said that the shotgun accidents went off when Amy turned in bumped into her brother in their small kitchen. Now, I looked it up according to concealed carry dot com. Assuming normally functioning firearm if the trigger does not move the gun does not fire guns that are just sitting there and not acted on by serious external forces do not go off by themselves. The reasons for this involved how ammunition works. As well as the firearm. So I don't know thing about guns. This is very basic to me where you would think that guns. Just don't fire randomly. I would hope not you have to have pressure on the trigger. Yes. To varying degrees. Some triggers don't require much at all the so-called hair-trigger and others require fair amount of force. I think I read five pounds force. That's what the said about this particular brand of shotgun, which seems fairly significant there. Yeah. So after pleading guilty in September two thousand twelve and waving her right to appeal. She did actually file an appeal in February two thousand thirteen so the appeal stated that she had not been informed of rights. She would be waiving by pleading guilty, and she was not correctly informed. The minimum range of punishment and the circuit court failed to explain that. She could withdraw her plea now later that year, the court of criminal appeals of Alabama rejected that appeal they stated that Bishop failed to challenge the validity of guilty pleas in the circuit court and did not file either emotion to withdraw her please or emotion for a new trial, the families of the shooting victims claim that Amy had amassed documented record of mental instability at the school that officials should have acted on in order to prevent these shootings the lawsuits referred to a life safety policy which mandates that staff. Members experiencing emotional, mental or psychological instability, be referred to police who will in turn work with counselling professionals in order to protect the lives and safety of persons on campus. You're talking about that. Yeah. You touched upon that. You're the university provost was aware that Bishop fell into that category. The lawsuits alleged especially after she was denied tenure in two thousand nine and that's when she began exhibiting threatening behaviour towards several colleagues. The last suits claim that students in colleagues reported several instances of Amy's unsettling behavior among them, a student petition seeking to have her removed ended teen who said he actively avoided her after the tenure decision because she was harassing and hounding him. The reports were brought to the provost. But he failed to act on them. The families claimed the lawsuit also alleged that had the university followed these regulations it would have discovered that she had been investigated in the nineteen eighty six shooting of her brother as well as the nineteen ninety three attempted bombing of a colleague at Harvard University. Wrongful death lawsuits were later dismissed by the Alabama supreme court. So nothing there. So there are several sources to learn more about this case. Top of my list would be February two thousand thirteen New Yorker article titled a loaded gun written by Patrick Raden Keefe. There's also a pretty good book. Call the professors rage written by Michelle McPhee, and there are a series of articles in the New York Times as well. As in the local Huntsville papers. Today's episode is sponsored by ADT ADT can design and install a smart home. Just for you back by twenty four seven protection and controlled from the ADT app or the sound of your voice, use your ADT app to monitor your cameras or video doorbell, and you can check on your home from virtually anywhere. Visit ADT dot com slash smart. To learn more about how ADT can design and install secure smart home. Just for you. The music for true crime brewery is written and produced by tristen Capelle. 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"judy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Indoor shooting range prior to the killings. So what's that all about chef I trust that guy? I don't if he was part of this bombing plot. I am convinced you as part of that bombing play. He was with her all the time. And he knew what she was thinking and feeling that she was very verbal about our feelings. So I kind of feel like he got away with something here I do too shortly after Amy's arrest people at the university's biology department expressed concern to police that she had booby-trapped the science building with a herpes bomb intended to spread the virus. She had previously worked with the herpes virus while completing her postdoctoral studies and one of the novel. She wrote described the spread of a virus similar to herpes throughout the world causing pregnant women to miscarry, but the police had already searched. That building and all they found was the handgun and her bloody jacket. But I just wonder she must have said some things about it for people to wonder about that would think. So police obtained a ward within hours of the shooting they seized Amy bishop's, computer at work. They searched the family home. As Jim Anderson set wondering why he was being detained daughter lily who is eighteen and a student there took her siblings to a neighbor's house. It's awfully sad for the children as well. To to me. That's the saddest part. I don't know. The saddest part to me are the people who were killed. But either way it's both very set situations for everybody in the weeks after the Alabama shootings. Several former colleagues and neighbors came forward and described various altercations with Amy mostly over very trivial matters. Jimmy Anderson senior Amy's father in law told a reporter that he had seen the devil in her eyes. So I don't know how that relationship was it doesn't sound great. Will they didn't start off? Great. No, that's true. Investigators in the media soon learned about Amy's history of violence, cold cases, are difficult and the shooting of Seth was especially difficult because it hadn't been treated as a crime when it happened. Neither the Braintree police nor the state police had really done an investigation. None of the physical evidence said even been taken there were a few crime scene photographs but the Bishop house. Had not been treated as a crime scene. Also, the integrity of the scene had been compromised by the neighbors who win over and cleaned up the blood, then there was another problem by two thousand ten the statute of limitations had expired, and any of the crimes that Amy might have been charged with for confronting the people at the Ford dealership in the police with a gun. So the only crime that had no statute of limitations was murder, of course. But prosecutors would have to prove that she intentionally killed her brother with really no physical evidence has been gathered in one of the pictures taken in her bedroom. There was a copy of National Enquirer that was seen on the floor and someone in the DA's office ordered that issue from the library of congress and investigators sauve that a lot of it was devoted to the murder of the parents of Patrick Duffy who was an actor on the TV show. Dallas too young assailants had killed his parents in a Montana bar that they. Owned and they'd used a shotgun and fled the scene using the same gun to try and steal a getaway car. So investigators wondered if Amy had maybe read that article and kind of seen it as a how to guide. William Keating who was the DA at the time suggested that the photograph could be used to prove her intent to kill Seth. That's kind of a long shot too. Sure. Russa in on the one hand, you can look at that and say well that kind of inspired her. Who knows that could be totally coincidental. Your. In April two thousand ten investigators opened an inquest into Seth staff. Twenty witnesses appeared in court in Quincy, Massachusetts, Tom Pettigrew. One of the mechanics who'd seen Amy the Dinger Ford dealership described her as holding the shotgun and telling him to hold his hands up north of Sola mini recalled how stranger was to hear Judy Bishop as for chief polio by his first name. He said I'd never heard anyone call him. John Kenneth Brady who is a sergeant in the station that day testified that he to it her Judy S for the chief James Sullivan, the Lieutenant who questioned Amy so that he had actually written the words murder and assault with a dangerous weapon on the charging sheet. But because the offices related instructed to release Amy she has never charged with crimes, well, according to Sullivan his interrogation of Amy came to an abrupt halt when Judy Bishop entered. At room. One of the captains duty told him that Judy had spoken to chief polio. And explain that the shooting had been an exit and polio decided he believed her in that was good enough for him Sullivan remembered complaining to the captain if we let every person go because their mother didn't think they committed a crime. There's no point in arresting anyone true. That's true. But he was told that polio had ordered the release and that he had to obey that order. And then Sam Bishop took the stand and he denied that the spat he'd had with Amy had been serious the rubber their home in the summer of nineteen eighty five had been very traumatic for him. He and that was why she took out the gun in loaded. But if there were real interogations done they would have had to say what this fight was about. And kind of get into the details and get to what's going on in this family. Sure. But that was never really done and Judy denied having any sort of relationship with chief John polio. She denied that she has for him at the station and polio in his wife. Ginny testified that they too said that Judy and the chief had not been close. Why think Ginny would be the last one to know if no kidding? They've been close. Right. When they say the wife's last who's just one little tidbit. Ginny was his secretary at the police station. Right. And he dumped his wife and Mary Ginny. So he's kinda got a pattern of womanizing. I think so. After the inquest the case was referred to a grand jury, and in June two thousand ten Amy was indicted for the first degree murder of her brother Sammon, Judy released a statement, we cannot explain or even understand what happened in Alabama. They wrote. However, we know that what happened twenty three years ago to our sunset was an accident. And to me, this is just kind of a matter of convincing themselves because to believe otherwise they couldn't live with that. You're right. It's just a way to cope. But the fact that everyone else went along with it is the shocking part? I almost can't blame the parents. But it can certainly blame the police chief here it's easy in hindsight to say this. But that case was never investigated the way it should have been. I would think any accidental shooting would be less to get it to make sure it's accidental. I mean, that's common sense. I would think seems to me and this isn't a super longtime ago, it's the eighties there. Yeah. So it's not like, it's the eighteen hundreds. And we're gonna populous place it's not like there's small town of two thousand people or something like that. This is big time. Suburb busted, don't see why it wasn't investigated did after the shooting in Alabama. Right. So two days after the Massachusetts indictment was announced. Amy pop the blade out of the safety razor and slashed her wrists in jail cell. Now, she lapsed but survived only because a prison guard discovered her before she bled to death. Now there were some rumors maybe more than rumors about her attempting suicide when she was younger as well. But the parents denying it and not getting her any therapy. I think her father actually admitted that she tried to hurt herself. But then Judy chimed in and said that was an accident. So judy's good at denial. ABC attorney spent eighteen months preparing insanity defense for her and she had asked for the death penalty. The alternative would probably be life without parole in Amy told a friend that she didn't want to spend the rest of her life in a tiny little bucks. But then salmon Judy persuaded Amy that even if she wanted to be executed it could be decades before her execution would be carried out. So she entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity and the defense hired a series of very prominent psychiatrist to evaluate Amy. But this is never an easy case to make juries in. Alabama. Specially have shown a dislike for the insanity defense. Just ella. Bama. Think. Most juries don't really go for the insanity defense. Cher. But it was noteworthy that Alabama had showed that in several cases. Yeah. Amy was being treated with anti psychotic medication called hell doll. And she believes that she has paranoid. Schizophrenia. But there was never a definitive diagnosis arrived at this spite the psychiatrists evaluated. So it's going to be difficult to convince a jury or judge that Amy had delusions she had for the most part lived, a pretty well adjusted life had a PHD rates for kids toy to university level,

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"judy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"To shop for Christmas presents at the nearby mall. Now, pay attention to this timeframe because if you believe like I do that Judy was home at eleven thirty or twelve and the father left at eleven thirty. She really wasn't alone for a period of time where she would have been nervous about robbers which was her claim, right? And we don't have any evidence that this had happened previously. I'm sure there were times when Avia been alone in the house that she go and load the shotgun. Each time, she's an adult. She's not a little kid. Yeah. So it's a little strange guests, but it gets stranger certainly does Amy was ordered to be released by the chief of police. John polio. He called the station in order that she'd be released into her mother's custody. This was after mom had called polio because she called him right away. Pro him right away and actually stormed into the. Police station. So this decision to that. She would be released in by this custody did not go over well with the Braintree police officers who had been exposed to the loaded gun. So Amy wasn't fingerprinted or photographed and no detective is even given a chance to interrogator. The case was tossed even the initial Braintree. Police reports were written under the heading accidental shooting that determination had been made a fischel before any investigation had even taken place. Judy Bishop was heard telling police officer that afternoon, I just lost one child. I am not going to lose. Both Sam finally rushed to the hospital. And was there a little after three pm when Seth was pronounced dead. When Amy was released from the police station, Judy and Sam took her home due to the highly emotional state of Amy Bishop it had generally been impossible to question her while she was that the brain. Police department is what a police report read. So Amy was released to the custody of her parents and further investigation was supposedly going to follow. Now. Meanwhile, while the family have been out of the house, some neighbors come over and wash blood from the kitchen floor, supposedly, so the family wouldn't have to deal with. I'm sure that was their intention, but the police should have never let that happen. The crime scene unit. Detectives had discovered something that the first responders said missed the twelve gauge shotgun had actually been fired three times a blast had ripped through the wall and Amy's bedroom between her bed in the night table and that shot had broken. Amir a lamp on the table. Amy had apparently tried to hide that whole with a band-aid tin box into book cover. There was also a spent shell on the floor that they recovered a box of twenty one shells was taken in as evidence from Judy in SAM's bedroom, where the gun had been kept on locked the police it inexplicably vacated the crime scene and left it in the care of a neighbor. According to one of the police reports when? It came to this shooting. Nothing was really making sense, including the way that the reports were written that state police said there wasn't any need for trooper to respond, and the fact that Amy Bishop was allowed to go home that very night. It's all very suspicious. It's terrible. So Seth bishops initial cause of death was due to a ruptured a order from the gunshot wound. It's not a good blood vessel to rupture. Now, you have to be like immediately doing surgery to him any chance you'll bleed out. Boom. Yes. So it seven PM that day. An autopsy was performed in the presence of the Braintree police detective and the autopsy concluded that Seth Bishop had been shot from very close range and that the shot ripped from the front to the back. He had obviously lost too much blood to have survived and the coroner made his ruling cause of death was accidental pending police investigation which went along with the police reports every one of the reports to that point listed under the title incident accidental shooting. Okay. So let's review. Ok three shots. From a shotgun were fired in a suburban home by disturbed woman who then attempted to carjack several people there were three bullet holes one hidden in her bedroom. One in the ceiling of the kitchen and one in her younger brother's chest still the incident was described as exit Antle without any investigation. Right. And the other thing about this is that this shotgun is a Mossberg shotgun. That's the maker. And you need to have a fair amount of pull on the trigger to get it to fire. So the likelihood of being fired accidentally it's pretty small you really need to exert some pressure. Make go off to click it or whatever to get the neck shell in. So if you've accidentally shot at once, there's not another one ready to shoot unless you do it on purpose, nor you have to racket, right? That is the word that objects spent showcase and puts another bullet ready to fire. So she did that at least twice. So we've seen it in the movies right with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Somebody strolling around firing a gun racking it firing again. Basically we've seen that in a quiet place in bird bucks to write. It does make people look bad ass when they do that. Sure. Does. But the the point is this is not. Not a gun that gets accidents fired. Which is what the bishops were claiming that it it just went off without even finger on the trigger. Right. Yeah. Well, also, Amy was released after her mother demanded it and the chief. Agreed. According to the detective who was trying to interview Amy with her consent. Judy stormed right into the booking room. And she said Amy shut up right now don't say another word. We are getting out of here. You are coming home with me. She's not answering any more questions. She's coming home with me. She's leaving here tonight. So she was boss lady. Ben, you're the police knew that Judy had some political pull, but no one had ever stormed into a booking room before. And this woman your daughter Amy at shot someone dead, then tried to carjack people. But probably most appalling, she pointed a loaded shotgun at Braintree police officers, and yet she's still got to walk out of the station without even having a mugshot taken. So the cops believed that polio was either crazy

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"judy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

14:38 min | 2 years ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Violin and began to play until the bullies Bechtel. Way he was a talented musician any it stopped their targeting by showing off his talent and his skill. Then a senior in high school. Seth began dating junior named Melissa Tae tro Mamie by that time, it moved to bust into attend northeastern did not approve this new girlfriend. She didn't seem to have a valid reason for a disapproval, but everyone knew how difficult Amy could be pleased or impress. Well. And some people also said that the family was kind of inpenetrable we get that impression closed off the research. We did that it was something that both parents had as a characteristic, right? So it's kinda hard to break in and be accepted. Right. When when Amy started dating the guy who became her husband, the bishops basically ignored him. Really? I did not know that they're so he would come over. And they just wouldn't speak to him. Is that what you're saying? You're. Wow. That is odd at the wedding the bishops basically Nord his whole family. That's strange. Why? I mean, he was in college with hurry seemed like he was okay about her age in their own way of doing things. Okay. Now in nineteen eighty-five Bishop family had been out, and they returned home to find a first floor window wide open the house had been broken into. So judy's wedding ring pair of silver cups, and some other valuables have been taken Judy wrote a letter to the local paper pleading for the return of the items which held set the mental value. They never did get returned. Sam went out and bought a twelve gauge shotgun Judy and Amy of jetted to having a gun in the house, but Sam insisted on keeping it unloaded anyway in his bedroom. Closet, and he kept a box of shells on his bedroom dresser. So he was. Ready for when those people broke in again now, maybe it's just me that would make me feel less safe. I mean, if you look at statistics, it might be a little less safe to have that in your house than to not have a gun in your house. You're looking at it from another angle that can kind of see if you've been the one broken into that you'd want to be able to have means of protecting your house in your family. We were broken into. And I was a kid. We had that experience. Also, when I was younger, and we didn't go out and buy a gun, but I can see his point of view. I know, but look how it ended up taking a risk there. Right. So it was a little over a year later. It was December sixth nineteen eighty six when the Braintree police received a nine one one call from Judy Bishop her daughter had shot her son. She said she told the police that she had witnessed the whole thing. And that it was an accident. Judy Bishop was waiting by the front door when police arrived at the house. Judy was known for being stoic in. Public, but she did appear strangely. Calm there were no tears, no hysteria. And she wasn't beside her son as he was dying. Seth was just eighteen years old, and he was face down on the linoleum floor of the kitchen. He had a whole pouring blood from the right side of his chest. Amy had run out of the house with the weapon that had killed him in Sam the dad was out at the mall shopping for Christmas presents so that morning. Judy had gotten up while it was still dark the rest of the family were still asleep upstairs when she drove to nearby Quincy where she stabled her horse. She usually spent a few hours exercising, the horse and cleaning out the stable the Braintree police station was under two miles from the Bishop house. So officers showed up within a couple of minutes and Judy met them at the front door with blood on her clothing in the kitchen where she pointed to them, she. He pointed for them to go there. Seth was bleeding to death or he was already dead possibly from a chest wound as paramedics tried to save. Seth Judy spoke to the police. She didn't stay by his side or plead with paramedics to save him. As a lot of mothers. Would she would say later that she knew he couldn't be saved? So sure, but how would you accept that? So quickly. That's your child. It's presented as her being rather cold, doesn't it it? Sure does. Yeah. Even the, you know, his dying or has died you'd wanna hold him, and you'd wanna hold onto hope to the very last second Judy. No. According to Judy Seth had just returned home from the grocery store, and she was in the kitchen with him when Amy came downstairs carrying that new shotgun. Judy told the police Amy said to me I have shell in the gun, and I don't know how to unload it. I told Amy not to point the gun at anybody. But as Amy swung the weapon around to show it to her brother, Judy said the gun fired. So it was a small kitchen and Amy had been standing close to her brother. So this shot hits Seth point blank. But when he collapsed Judy told police Amy took off this what she showed up at a local body shop around two thirty in the afternoon type Pettigrew, and his co worker Jeff dwell Rhenish up when they heard a loud banging the back door, so Pettigrew swing open the door and his chest bumped, right. Into the end of pump action shotgun so Amy's holding it up aimed right at him. Jeff Joel stood next to him. So for minute. They thought it was a hold up because these two guys had recently robbed in ATM, and they hit twenty five thousand dollars stashed inside the shop. It's a strange coincidence, isn't it? So they're thinking that Amy might have been after the money. Well, yeah. Because they were feeling very paranoid. Anyway, where? Yeah, you get this hall, and they're trying to get a divided up and stuff, and boom, here's the door. Bang open and news is woman pointing the shotgun. Adam. That'd be rather paranoid. So many had on a blue winter coat with gray sweatpants and white sneakers. But no socks she seemed pretty calm for someone who had just shot her own brother. Although they obviously didn't know that she had done that. But she didn't seem terribly excited or stress. She's a lot like her mom, I guess, so she had dry eyes and the and she was staring at the men. She said put your hands up. I need a car and shoes looking around nervously. According to these guys, but kept a steady grip on the gun. Give me your keys. I just got in a fight with my husband. And he's trying to hurt me. I have to get out of here. He's going to kill me. You have to give me a car. She said already hear stories little different than what actually happened. It's a totally different story than reality. Totally. So the two guys ran away and they hid the police had already been called it would turn out because Amy had tried to carjack a driver before she ran into these guys. But the driver took off race to her nearby home and called nine one one and it would turn out. There was more than one person that she tried to carjack that day. So to twenty two Braintree police officers were rushing toward the scene. This was before the call came in from Judy Bishop about the shooting these other people that Amy had tried to carjack and threaten right, right? So is officers speeding to the Bishop home. Others begin hunt for the woman running loose with the shotgun. Turns out that after Pettigrew Doyle ran away Amy at walked toward another nearby business village news, which is a newspaper distribution center. She was weaving through parked cars in the latte with a shotgun held against your chest. Just like a railing baby. And onlooker said that she looked days Tim green who was only seventeen was working loading newspapers onto a truck. He turned around at Amy had the gun pointed directly at him. Do you have a car she asked and in a panic Tim yelled inside to the other kids that were working there? Hey this girl needs a car. And the only response he got from one of the kids was no fucking way. Not a chance. Yep. So these co workers were all crouched behind stacks of newspapers, she's threatening. All these people's lives pointing the gun at him. Yeah. You don't do that. So Boston Globe truck pulled into the lot just is Braintree. Police. Cruisers did Tim and his co workers shouted out. She's right there. She has a gun Braintree? Police officer run solemnity was break. Solar Meany Braintree. Police officer Ron Sola Meany was the first despite Amy Bishop out of the corner of his eye as she was making her way toward the trucks. So the officer exited his cruiser and made his way toward her with his gun drawn held in his right hand down by his holster. And is he approached Amy she just stared at him and she refused to lower her gun. She kept both her hands on the shotgun as he was talking to her and trying to convince her to drop the gun. So he ordered her to drop it. But she just stared at him. Then he tried softening. His tone and said look hun. Why don't you put that down and come with me over to the cruiser? We can straighten this all out if this was somebody else. I don't think they'd be treated this way. She's lucky she wasn't shot dead right on site. I mean, the officers had the right then to shoot her. Absolutely. Yes. She wouldn't put the gun down. That's true. But she's there. I say Caucasian women now. I mean, I think you have to because there's no other way to look at it. Really? I'm not gonna get into the whole thing. But we know that she was treated with kid gloves right from the start. Yeah. So just at that exact time another Braintree. Police officer arrived officer Murphy move, slowly from the other side of the building. So Amy wouldn't see him. And so the Meany did Sam and he tried to keep Amy's is on himself. So Murphy jumped up on the back of a news truck tried to see which would be the most successful way to grab the shotgun. From her without a going off. Jumped in the back of the truck to about five feet behind her pulled out his gun pointed at the back of her head drop, it he told her, but Amy didn't move after third and final command Murphy moved in behind her and grabbed the end of the shotgun. She loosened to grip and the weapon fell to the ground and Murphy, grab the gun as Sola Meany health. Amy's Rhys gun was loaded. Murphy padded Amy down in found another shot gun show in her pocket. This is very damning. And at this point in the story. We're thinking this girl's gonna do some time. She shot and killed your brother, and she's pointed the weapon at other people and fleeing is always seen as a sign of guilt. Wouldn't you think she'd be facing charges? I would so Judy Bishop head enough although in Braintree to help her daughter, she was actually kind of powerful in the local political scene. Judy served on the town committee, which was an elective. Legislative panel of two hundred and forty people who had control over how the town spent its money. So that could give you some power and that included how much money was funneled into the police department. I can sort of see that this is a huge panel. It was but she was kind of a leader type. She was outspoken. So I think it's significant could be and more significant maybe is that she was also very close to the police chief John polio threats much more significant there were actually some rumors that she in police were having an unfair. So she put a call into the chief before the ambulance had even arrived to pick up. Seth what do you think of that? I think that she in polio were probably intimate stuff. We've read states that. He was a womanizer. Then he had a few affairs. And there is an implication. Not as strongly stated as with polio. There's an intimation that Judy was also popular with some people with men, and she was reasonably attractive more. So than her daughter. I really haven't seen any pictures of her. But that's what I've read in different people statements description. He added she was kind of a babe. Yeah. So I think that the rumors of the affair probably true. And that's what helped it Amy released. So to forty five officer Sola Amini drove Amy to the Braintree police station per in handcuffs. Amy, volunteer that she'd had an argument with her father prior to the shooting. Sola meaty didn't ask you to elaborate on the statement. He wanted to get her into a booking room for an interrogation. He was pretty shaken up himself. You just realizing how close he had come to being shot, and she's holding this gun big city swat man or something, you know, this is an unusual experience for him in Braintree. Yeah. But he did read her Miranda rights, and she said that she had been alone in the house, and after her mother had left for the stable cer- father and brother hit each gone out separately. So she stated that she loaded the shotgun because she'd been worried about robbers coming back to the house. She said that Seth had taught her how to load the weapon, but not how to unload it. So she had loaded several shells into the gun. But as she was trying to figure out how to remove them. She accidentally fired a shot shattering a mirror and blowing a hole in her bedroom wall when she heard Seth come home. She went downstairs and asked him to help her unload. It an issue turn the shotgun. Went off. She was asked if she shot her brother on purpose, and she denied it. She said, no. But she did tell the police that are father had left the house that morning after a family spat and later in SAM's interview, he described it as just a disagreement with Amy over a comment that she had made. Aid very vague, very he left the house around eleven thirty AM he said to

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"judy bishop" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on World News Analysis

"China's trillion ties particularly given the US policy posture in the region. It's the Morris instead of streets relationship with states and also China, a different and both equally successful Australia will continue to work constructively with both partners based on the core of what those relationships are China of Australia's largest trading partner, and the mold and beyond the trade and commercial ties the deep ethnic and cultural ties between the people with the big Chinese dice sprint of the United States. Of course, he's Australian closes the minutes ally and two countries ship political security, social and cultural interests and traditions bedroom, according to Morris Australia wounds, choose between the two partners name Regina to try to get on with both relationships. That's obviously versatile and indeed indicates shop like different attitudes from the previous Malcolm Turnbull, Judy Bishop outspoken approach in dealing with China and the United States. So look how this bigger picture. Leaker Chow premier says. We are witnessing a turning point after the relations between China and Australia went through a period of twists and turns last year. So looking bag how did China and Estrella come to this point after month of strain ties like how much does it have to do with Austrailia domestic politics primarily push on welcomed? China's put it to shoot relations with China with the new team wins or strain as the prime minister Scott Morrison last night, he called for both sides to approach the ratio of in the future with a view of neutral benefits because we have a high level of complementarity between countries China shit up both each other important to TV positive, and indeed he stressed is also a meeting this awesome meeting that is turning point as you said of ups and downs relations, and this is styling of a mutual respect for major concerts coming interests and equality. A corporation. So hopefully, the meeting would help ensure steady progress into relationship which would be beneficial to both countries and also I'll region, but to noteworthy I think is the premier Li's emphasis on the leading to himself in the Mars as the first meeting the Muslim to Austria, new prime minister, and he highlights the new stage of the by those relations courting tuning point because very positive and stiff knows China's Joan wish to bring about changes and improvements to relations as you said actually by let's rations used to be very strained June time of the Milton and should be bishops times. And there are still rhetoric in straight in disparagement of China and China community Australia, but as long as the moors and government winning to take the initiative to bring about improvements, but happy to reciprocate Morrison's change of rhetoric as. Tooth may not only be out of two magic necessity deterioration of the ballot rations has caused concern. Among think-tankers, governments and business. Leaders of with them too, strong, final Australia relationship is productive and conducive to the benefits of two countries to what extent did the economic and trade relations between the two countries. Get hurt by last year stone, turn how long would you take to recover or maybe the cooperation hasn't been influenced that much country to the expectation and also the full cost of some people, you know, strata and also some other western countries invested interest, the economic and trade ties between China and Australia have not been diversely attracted instead actually the ballots which volumes between the two countries from generates June. Eighteenth was sixty eight points oats in dollars with an increase of fourteen point six percent. China actually does not use tray. An nothing being as a leverage to impose conditions to feel when it's been activities. Very different terms. United States, for example, and different from Australia to Australia after the interview it's been leading with China blocking proposals and initiatives of acquisition of investments from Chinese consis under the pretext of trilogy in pretty sizing normal business activities, which is purely also culpable mental will only affect economic development on the other hand and adverse political definitely affect the confidence of Chinese businesses when they make investment and trade decision businesspeople, particularly sensitive and sectoral of negative of Stein's independence environment. So if the ballots rations with continue to to degenerate, I seriously doubt that would be, you know, Stu appointive, you know, up to allege rations. Well, the downtown the downs and will not because because of special, but because of the security concerns of tennis people, even Chinese students employers, they travelled Australia for education tourism, if they should believe the country's not welcoming..

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"judy bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"judy bishop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Have in you prime minister. That of course Mrs. Scott Morrison but Judy Bishop the foreign. Minister has decided to quit she resigns she would, remain in parliament. As. A back bencher that's the latest breaking news on the political drama dine on that absolutely we have a few asset classes and. Focus what a weekend it was in terms of the fed and some of the speeches we heard from some of the key stakeholders here the assets and, focused and. Brent crude, at seventy five spot eighty two dollars a barrel up one point five percent I mean you're looking here at oil rigs parking at the fastest rates since twenty sixteen Wells Fargo saying that spending by US oil companies is going to slow towards. The end of the year as they're going to be trying to meet their budget guidance also net bullish position on the global benchmark. Is at, a low for the year gold a little, bit of upside there as well I mean this is the, biggest gain in five months a, weaker dollars feeding into. That trade trainers. Are turning bullish But the speculators they boosted their record net short on gold for the fifth week so talk about bad timing on this, one yeah. Obviously Turkey comes back from its extended eat break what will happen next on the Turkish lira what happens next in the overall confidence in that central Bank ten year government bond us two point one percent it was a message from Jackson who was a. Yellen ask fed that's the message that will put our guest host over the next thirty minutes the defining line is simple that does. Not seem, to be an elevated risk of overheating on, she goes gradualism is a byword for Jackson Hole twenty eighteen That's a gain of for you on the first word headlines as well..

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