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04:51 min | 3 months ago

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"I'm David Brancaccio first after employers dropped 30 million people from payrolls in the spring, the hiring here in late summer is still quite slow. There's news from the payroll processor ADP that 428,000 more people were getting paychecks in August compared to July. The official employment and unemployment reports are due on Friday. The Trump Administration last evening put out a directive to stop property owners from evicting some tenants amid pandemic. It'll take effect on Friday and runs to the end of this year. Marketplaces Nancy Marshall Ginza is here with some details. Nancy David Tennant's are going to have to sign a declaration under this order that they tried to get government helped to pay the rent that they won't earn more than $99,000 this year for an individual and that they can't make rent payments because they lost their job or had extraordinary medical expenses. This order is from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And it says if people are evicted, they might move in with others leading to overcrowding and possible Corona virus outbreaks. All right, but this runs out New Year's Eve. What happens then? At that point, landlords can require tenants to pay all the rent. That's do. Mary Cunningham at the Urban Institute told me this pause and evictions really just kicks the can down the road. So at the end of the year, renters will still owe their background. They may owe fees to their landlord, so they'll really be in rough shape if Congress doesn't act and fund rental assistance. And David. There's no specific aid for landlords. In this executive order. The Trump Administration says federal block grants Khun B used to help, but it's not clear how that would work. The administration also says there are funds in the cares act signed into law last spring that can be used to help. But Cunningham says new legislation is needed because that's not nearly enough. All right. Thank you, Nancy. There is news that factory orders rose more than 6%. In July. Orders for non durable items such as clothing and food were of just slightly, though the Dow Jones industrial average is up 229 points 8/10 percent the S and P up 6/10 percent. The NASDAQ is up 11 points 1/10 percent. Not a signing your life away when you go to college during pandemic over 19 liability waivers, which students seem to be signing whether they want to or not. Here's marketplaces, Erica Barras. Before she could start her classes at the University of Alabama lawsuit in Haley, Star Nick had to watch an online coded 19 informational video, halfway through a document popped up for her to sign it right that she agreed to wear a mask on campus. But there was one little sentence are not even a full sentence, half a sentence buried sort of at the end of the first paragraph that said, I voluntarily assumed such risk essentially. That means no matter what the University of Alabama did, no matter how many precautions they took, you could get very sick or died sardonic and others refused to sign that waiver. The university ended up changing the language. Before starting a semester Students have to sign off on all kinds of stuff. Dorm policies, a liability release for the gym. Academic rules of conduct, Christopher Marcie Kano of the College Crisis Initiative says. Now they're having to sign coded waivers to Trying to add additional restrictions and sort of provide them with an understanding that you know, college may shut down and go online and that if students get sick, then it's not necessarily colleges. Fault. Schools want students and staff to sign waivers like that, because it's good for the bottom line, says Georgetown law professor Heidi Lee Feldman. They don't have to spend this much money taking precautions against Cove In 19, for example, buying a new H Vac system for every building on campus after all, engineering solutions are more expensive than hand sanitizer and masks. But it's not clear that any of these waivers would actually stand up in court. Alex Bloom, director of research at educational consulting company, Eby, says contracts go both ways. Schools would have to show that they had completed all their covert 19 preparations the way they said they were going to. I think it will be very easy for Ah, student who is trying to be held to this waiver to say, But you said you were going to do accent you did not. But for now, students may not have a choice. Whether or not to agree to their schools Terms. The University of Pittsburgh calls its liability waiver. A community compact law student Julie Dodd didn't sign it for two weeks. But then is the first day of her remote classes neared. I did agree to the contract because I was concerned about losing access to like my school e mail in my schools in the count things like that. Schools are hoping that's enough to persuade students to sign on the dotted.

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"julie dodd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"julie dodd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning. First off after employers dropped 30 million people from payrolls in the spring. The hiring here in late summer is slow. There's news from the payroll processor ADP this morning. At 428,000. More people were getting paychecks in August compared to July, the official Employment and unemployment reports are due on Friday. The Trump Administration last evening put out a directive to stop property owners from evicting some tenants amid pandemic. It'll take effect this Friday and runs to the end of the year. Marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Ginza is here with some details. Nancy David Tennant's are going to have to sign a declaration under this order that they tried to get government helped to pay the rent that they won't earn more than $99,000 this year for an individual and that they can't make rent payments because they lost their job or had extraordinary medical expenses. This order is from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And it says if people are evicted, they might move in with others leading to overcrowding and possible Corona virus outbreaks. All right, but this runs out New Year's Eve. What happens then? At that point, landlords can require tenants to pay all the rent. It's do. Mary Cunningham at the Urban Institute told me this pause and evictions really just kicks the can down the road. So at the end of the year, renters will still owe their background. They may owe fees to their landlord, so they'll really be in rough shape if Congress doesn't act and fund rental assistance. And David. There's no specific aid for landlords. In this executive order. The Trump Administration says federal block grants can be used to help landlord but not clear how that would work. The administration also says there are funds in the cares act signed last spring that could be used to help. But Cunningham says new legislation is needed because that's not nearly enough. Thanks, Nancy. Checking markets. The Dow future is up 139 points about half a percent. The SNP futures of 6/10 percent. The NASDAQ future is up 1%. Not a signing Your life away when you go to college during pandemic covered 19 liability waivers, which students seem to be signing whether they want to or not. Here's marketplaces Erica Barris. Before she could start her classes at the University of Alabama lawsuit in Haley, Star Nick had to watch an online coded 19 informational video, halfway through a document popped up for her to sign. Right that she agreed to wear a mask on campus. But there was one little sentence are not even a full sentence. Happy sentence buried sort of at the end of the first paragraph that said, I voluntarily assumed such risk. Essentially, that means no matter what the University of Alabama did, no matter how many precautions they took, you could get very sick or died sardonic and others refused to sign that waiver. The university ended up changing the language. Before starting the semester. Students have to sign off on all kinds of stuff. Dorm policies, a liability release for the gym, academic rules of conduct. Christopher Marshall, Ky. Know of the College Crisis Initiative says. Now they're having to sign coded waivers to trying to add additional restrictions and sort of provide them with an understanding that You know, college may shut down, then go online and that if students get sick, then it's not necessarily colleges. Fault. Schools want students and staff to sign waivers like that, because it's good for the bottom line, says Georgetown law professor Heidi Lee Feldman. They don't have to spend this much money taking precautions against Cove in 19, for example, buying a new H Vac system for every building on campus. After all, engineering solutions are more expensive than hand sanitizer and masks. But it's not clear that any of these waivers would actually stand up in court. Alex Bloom, director of research at educational consulting company, Eby says contracts go both ways Schools would have to show that they had completed all their covert 19 preparations. The way they said they were going, Tio I think it will be very easy for Ah, student who is trying to be held to this waiver to say, But you said you were going to do accent you did not. But for now, students may not have a choice whether or not to agree to their schools terms. The University of Pittsburgh calls its liability waiver. A community compact law student Julie Dodd didn't sign it for two weeks. But then is the first day of her remote classes neared. I did agree to the contract because I was concerned about losing access to like my school e mail in my schools in the count things like that schools are hoping that's enough to persuade students to sign on the dotted line..

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"julie dodd" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"julie dodd" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm David Brancaccio. Good morning. First off after employers dropped 30 million people from payrolls in the spring. The hiring here in late summer is slow. There's news from the payroll processor ADP this morning. That 428,000. More people were getting paychecks in August compared to July, the official Employment and unemployment reports are due on Friday. The Trump Administration last evening put out a directive to stop property owners from evicting some tenants amid pandemic. It'll take affect this Friday and runs to the end of the year. Marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Ginza is here with some details. Nancy David Tennant's are going to have to sign a declaration under this order that they tried to get government helped to pay the rent that they won't earn more than $99,000 this year for an individual and that they can't make rent payments because they lost their job or had extraordinary medical expenses. This order is from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And it says if people are evicted, they might move in with others leading to overcrowding and possible Corona virus outbreaks. All right, but this runs out New Year's Eve. What happens then? At that point, landlords can require tenants to pay all the rent. It's do. Mary Cunningham at the Urban Institute told me this pause and evictions really just kicks the can down the road. So at the end of the year, renters will still owe their back rent. They may owe fees to their landlord, so they'll really be in rough shape if Congress doesn't act and fund rental assistance. And David. There's no specific aid for landlords. In this executive order. The Trump administration says federal block grants can be used to help landlord but not clear how that would work. The administration also says there are funds in the cares act signed last spring that can be used to help. But Cunningham says new legislation is needed because that's not nearly enough. Thanks, Nancy. Checking markets. The Dow future is up 139 points about half a percent. The SNP futures of 6/10 percent. The NASDAQ future is up 1%. Not a signing Your life away when you go to college during pandemic covered 19 liability waivers, which students seem to be signing whether they want to or not. Here's marketplaces Erica Barris. Before she could start her classes at the University of Alabama lawsuit in Haley, Star Nick had to watch an online coded 19 informational video, halfway through a document popped up for her to sign. Right that she agreed to wear a mask on campus. But there was one little sentence are not even a full sentence, half a sentence buried sort of at the end of the first paragraph that said, I voluntarily assumed such risk. Essentially, that means no matter what the University of Alabama did, no matter how many precautions they took, you could get very sick or died sardonic and others refused to sign that waiver. The university ended up changing the language. Before starting a semester. Students have to sign off on all kinds of stuff. Dorm policies, a liability release for the gym, academic rules of conduct. Christopher Marshall Kano of the College Crisis Initiative says. Now they're having to sign coded waivers to trying to add additional restrictions and sort of provide them with an understanding that You know, college may shut down, then go online and that if students get sick, then it's not necessarily colleges. Fault. Schools want students and staff to sign waivers like that, because it's good for the bottom line, says Georgetown law professor Heidi Lee Feldman. They don't have to spend this much money taking precautions against Cove in 19, for example, buying a new H Vac system for every building on campus. After all, engineering solutions are more expensive than hand sanitizer and masks. But it's not clear that any of these waivers would actually stand up in court. Alex Bloom, director of research at educational consulting company, Eby says contracts go both ways Schools would have to show that they had completed all their covert 19 preparations. The way they said they were going, Tio I think it will be very easy for Ah, student who is trying to be held to this waiver to say, But you said you were going to do accent you did not. But for now, students may not have a choice whether or not to agree to their schools terms. The University of Pittsburgh calls its liability waiver. A community compact law student Julie Dodd didn't sign it for two weeks. But then is the first day of her remote classes neared. I did agree to the contract because I was concerned about losing access to like my school e mail in my schools in the count things like that schools are hoping that's enough to persuade students to sign on the dotted line..

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"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:50 min | 5 months ago

"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Sam's was sent to serve. He sentence at full Sutton prison in Yoga. Four days off. He's conviction. He requested to speak with West Yorkshire Detective Superintendant Bob Tyler who had been in charge of the Julie Dogging Quarry. Sam's told the detective that he had seen a photo of Julie DOTS headstone on television and to noticed that it didn't have an exact date for her death. Consequently, he had decided to come clean as he wanted Julie's mother to know when her daughter had died. Sam's confessed that he had Louisville Julian to his car at eleven thirty PM on Tuesday July nine, nineteen, ninety, one under the guise of harboring for sex work. When she leaned forward in the passage sate to remove her shoes. He placed a noose around her neck and drove her to his workshop. Then he stripped her clothes, tied her to a chair and forced her to ride a ransom letter to her boyfriend. Sam's thanked him. Fond Julie in the box in saw the wheel been like he did with Stephanie. The next day, Julie managed to smash. Show Wyatt but SAM, said set up a trigger mechanism that sent him a phone call to alert him to any escape attempts. Shortly before six PM, the trigger went off and seems Rice Dover to the workshop. Using a hammer, he not to Julie unconscious before strangling her to death. Although. She was no longer alive seems per sated with these extortion attempts, but continuing to send ransom letters to the police. Off The SAM's confession detective superintendant Tyler met with the Julie Dodds Valley to shed this new information. Lynn Dot was finally able to update her daughter's head. Stein with the Julie's exact date of death. She told Yorkshire Television Quite Sam says known for two years that he did it. He knew all through the trial that he was guilty. So why does he now saw to come out and say it? Hey just walked in twisted. He's twisting. And rubbing salt in the wound as well. It is just another game in his book. One month later. Portions of Leda that Sam's had written to his now estranged wife Tina were published in newspapers throughout Britain. Unit Sam's revealed that he had always intended to release Stephanie, and had always plan on killing Julie based on this information. Investigators theorize that Sam's has likely abducted and killed Julie a trial run that he subsequent abductions gain. From the moment. Stephanie slide was abducted. Comparisons made to the nineteen ninety-six disappearance of Suzy Lamp Lou, which was covered in episode, Forty, eight of case file. Suzy was a twenty five year old British styled agent who vanished often going to show a half to a client name to miss the Kipah and turn. The case says never been solved. Stephanie had been well aware of Suzy's disappearance and does a real estate agent herself. She had initially started carrying a personal alarm when she was at showing houses. However by the time of her own abduction, in Nineteen ninety-two, the memory of Suzy's tragedy had faded and Stephanie, no longer carried the ALLOM. During her taunt being held hostage. Sam's had assured Stephanie that he had nothing to do with Suzy's disappearance. But after he's arrest, the media speculated that hey may be responsible. Police dismissed. This theory, stating that Sam's wasn't a likely culprit, but had likely been inspired by the case. In Nineteen, Ninety four, SAM's allegedly sent a lead off from prison confessing, too suzy's abduction, but it was dismissed by Pele says seek hoax. The following year chrome Rod Christopher Berry. Day published a book. Todd unmasking Mr Kipah. Who Really Killed Suzy Lamp Lou? which argued that Sam's was responsible for the crime. The lamp family would never consulted about the book and we're unhappy about its publication. Suzy's mother Diana publicly stated her belief that Berry Day was using her daughter's disappearance to sell his book, which was far more focused on Michael Sam's then on Susie. Stephanie slide off found it difficult to return to normal life. After her abduction, she was unable to return to her job struggled to socialize with friends and ended her relationship with her boyfriend. As a result of being kept in the wooden box, she suffered from chronic back pain as well as anxiety. And, panic, attacks. People recognized her. When, so she altered her appearance and temporarily changed her name in an attempt to create a new identity. Stephanie also struggled with the fact that she had survived while Julie. Dot hadn't been Silaaki. She meant Julie's mother and grandparents and went with Lynn Dot to place flowers on Julie's grave. In an attempt to find closure, Stephanie decided to go back to the workshop where she'd been held. And degrade that television network Central Television could film the visit. Seeing the workshop on blindfolded for the first time, she was surprised by how smaller was and how close it was to a main road. Does she found the experience on no ving had didn't provide the resolution. Stephanie was looking for. In native a fresh start in October nineteen ninety. She decided to relocate to the all of what with her best friend Stacy Cavanaugh. Stephanie had spent many happy some as there as a child, and described it as her own personal heaven on earth. The following year she began working as a pot Tom to a god at a historic castle. This help to give her law focus and encouraged her to speak to strange's again. Stephanie developed a close Knit Circle of friends and attributed her recovery to the support of her loved ones. Stephanie decided to write a book about her ordeal in the hubs. Her story might help this. Todd beyond fee Ma will to survive. The book revealed that Stephanie had in fact. Obtain Right to by Michael Sam's during her first nod as a hostage. She had originally withheld the information as she was terrified that.

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"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Him directly, saying quote. You are an extremely dangerous into evil man. The jury has convicted you up the murder of Julie Dodd. That was murdered in cold blood at kidnap gone wrong because she saw more than she should. Undeterred by the horror of what you had done. He tried to turn her death to your advantage. When Stephanie slider was kidnapped. not the slightest doubt that she was in desperate and mortal danger. The ordeal that you inflicted on her is something that the rest of us can only imagine? Her survival in my judgment is entirely jude to her Ryan remarkable moral courage. That he's crimes against. Julian Stephanie, the Judge Sentenced Sam's to four lifetime's. He also received concurrent ten year sentences for age of the blackmail attempts and the attempted extortion of British Ryo. When Stephanie was lighter Ross Tau. She felt she remarked. He shouldn't have done it shoot he if he was going to cry like that off the what he is done. I can show him tease. Can show him. Lots of teas stronger upsetting natural teas. Outside Court Lynn Dr told reporters quote. On know we will never have Julie Back I say know that justice has been done at last, and to that based SAMs, and that's years has got what he justly deserves..

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"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:15 min | 5 months ago

"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"On Monday February, Twenty Four Marco Sam's was only charged with the kidnapping of Stephanie Slider as well as unlawfully holding her prison, a- and demanding one hundred seventy five thousand cans from her employer with menaces. Two days later, he was also charged with the murder of Julie Dodd and with demanding one hundred forty thousand cans with menaces from West Yorkshire Police. Sam's was remanded in custody pending trial during which she continued to undergo interviews with the police. During one interview, he suddenly confessed to another filed kidnapping tent. Sam's admitted that one week before Julie's disappearance. He made an appointment to view a house with Nottingham. Real Estate Agent Forty two year old Carol John's. He went on with a NAF and rope intending to a doctor. But his plans were foiled when a Bill Daw working on the house, next door started chatting to him while he waited Ficarra to arrive. Sam's ended up leaving before Carol got their. Investigators spoke with Carol giants. Who remembered that? Her client was a no show that day. One of her colleagues, Karen, Langdon recalled going to meet a client at that same Nottingham Property. Upon her arrival, she had been approached by a man carrying a clipboard who was wearing glasses similar to Michael Sam's. He walked away at the last moment and Karen noticed he walked with a slight limp. But Carol and Karen was shocked to learn. They had escaped to brush with a kidnapper. Karen was particularly shaken as she had resigned from her job after Stephanie. Slight is abduction out of fear of the risks involved. Michael Sam's eventually admitted to writing the ransom letters that claimed his accomplice had forced him to do side. As he maintained that this individual had the majority of the ransom money funding the cash became a priority for investigators as it would disprove Sam's claims about a second perpetrate off once and for all. To witnesses had reported that in July of Nineteen ninety-one. They remain with a walking stick on a disused railway track less than one mile from where Julie's body was found. Seems denied ever visiting the area except for one occasion when he visited a popular trainspotting destination named Stoke Summit. Police spoke with a retired colonel from the Special Air Service specialized in funding arms caches. Hey advised that the money would likely be buried in a remote location was closed to public access. Based on this voss and the witness citing police honed in on the stoke. Summit railway men located one point seven miles from where Julie's buddy had been dumped. On December to nineteen, ninety two just over ten months after Stephanie's kidnapping, they used grand probing radar to D in the area. Eight inches below the surface they vanda black tray wrapped in polythene, talked with a newspaper dated February six, Nineteen ninety-two. Inside their stacks of banknotes. Wins. Sam's heard about the discovery. Hey, told police. The postle was one of two. He'd prepared, but claimed that it must have been buried by his accomplices. To days later buried sixteen fade away from the first police recovered the second parcel of money. We'll LOP. They recovered all of the ransom money less twelve and a half, thousand pounds, which was never found. Michael Sam's trial commenced that the Nottingham Crown Court on June nine, nine, hundred, ninety three. He pleaded guilty to the charges relating to Stephanie Slide. But not guilty to Julie's abduction and murder, and not guilty to the attempted extortion of British Ryo. I've attuned a half days. The prosecutor delivered a dramatic opening speech day tally. What hey dubbed Michael Sam's campaign of crime? Julie, dot was known to be terrified of confined spaces and was described as someone who would have fought back against an attacker. The prosecution's theory was that Julie had luckily attempted to escape from the box Sam's Durian and San had dang killed her at a feed that she had seen too much. The prosecution believed that Stephanie had survived because she had played along with Sam's demands. When Stephanie took disdained to deliver her testimony, she kept her eyes to the ground while Sam's Song in the background. The defense cold. Michael Sam says their first witness. Hey maintained that he's accomplice had murdered Julie Dot and had forced Sam's to rot. The ransom lead his. As Stephanie's. Kidnapping Hey claimed he was financially motivated to commit the crime because he wanted to buy KNAUSS S for his wife in an attempt to mend their relationship. During Cross examination. Sam's refused to name Julie's Killa saying he would only do so at the conclusion of the trial after proving himself innocent. The prosecutor accused. Sam's of lying stating quite. You cannot bring yourself to admit that you killed Julie Dot and like a little child. You have invented this friend. The trial ran for four weeks and on July. The jury retired to consider verdict. They deliberated for three and a half hours before declaring Michael Sam's guilty of Oh charges including Julie's murder and the British. Rail extortion attempt. Though seated in the public gallery applauded and cheered while Stephanie slider cried and mouthed. Thank you to the jury. Julie's Martha Lynn Dodd cried out you Boston. Before bursting into tease. Sam's showed no emotion as the judge addressed.

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Casefile True Crime

07:55 min | 5 months ago

"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Following this confession Sam's was stripped, searched and to give a new clothes with these darn sent off the forensic testing. As he was moved throughout the station, he continued to provide further details to the young constable whenever the two were left alone. Sam's explained to that he was annoyed when the real estate agency sent a woman to the property at one, hundred, fifty, three to embry road, as he would have become less emotionally attached to a Mayo hostage. He also boasted about successfully hiding the fact that he had a prosthetic leg from Stephanie and data that he only carried out the kidnapping because he was bored and align -ly. Sam's first formal interview commenced to light that often. Hey repeated. He's confession and explained that he'd buried most of the ransom money after dropping Stephanie home. He said that he only asked for one hundred seventy five thousand pans, because it's same to lock realistic amount that would be manageable to carry. That's on. The interview ended. News had broken about the arrest. Sam's was transferred to a police station in Birmingham where angry crowds whiting out the front, a hill abuse as he was rushed inside. Main Wall. Forensic investigators had been inspecting Sam's workshop for evidence and found ten thousand pounds in cash. They discovered that the chamber kept Stephanie in was accustomed built Timbo box that had been placed inside a sideways plastic. whealy been? A number of human, his matching Stephanie's fanned while other dod strands of hair looked like that could belong to Julie Dot. Deluded bloodstain was found an old curtain, which someone appeared to have attempted to wash away with water. There wasn't enough blood to obtain a DNA profile, but the blood top was identified as the same as Julie's. Grand Norlin five is on the workshop floor also matched those vans on the shades used to wrap Julie's body. An inspection of Sam's computer revealed a disturbing would document reading in the stall of police statement. It explained that he had picked up a young sex worker named Julie from lades who said she worked at the Leeds? General Infirmary. She mentioned having a boyfriend whose name began with Deo, but she stopped herself before revealing. He's honing. The two had sex during which Sam's noticed that Julia had a number of bruises on her body. Afterwards she wrote the name Julie Day on a business card and told him. I will be around here. Some evenings I'll get dropped off about ten forty five and collected around eleven thirty. Seems claimed he'd returned to the area of few days light. But didn't say Julia again. Investigators also searched the to repair shopping. Cambridge Shah. That Sam said run several years earlier. There they found a number of unusual bricks that matched the one fanned during Julie. Dot Investigation. That break had been painted Watt and had an envelope attached with instructions and a forensic examination revealed that it had been made from blue colored clay. The bricks fanned. It seems fullness shop where of the same source and Carlo. Sam's wife Tina, told investigators that she and her husband had watched the latest episode of Krahn Watch together, and that seems commented that the suspect sketch looked like him ten years prior. Tena had a great and joked. You've got a metro and you live near a railway lawn. It's a good job. You've got eighteen leg. When Sam's mother was questioned Shea said that he entertainer had visited her on July. Twenty, one, nineteen, ninety one. This matched the date that Julie Dot. Killa had posted a to the police from Leeds Railway Station. Tina confirmed that she and her husband had stopped at the station during debt trip while other journey Sam, said made also aligned with deitz that other random letters had been sent. Sam's ex wife Susan Oak was shown some of these letters and confirmed that the spelling and grammatical errors matched those she'd seen before in Sam's riding. On Saturday February twenty two, the police continued, took formerly interview Sam's about Stephanie's kidnapping. When talking about Stephanie. He often started crying, saying that he couldn't bring himself to hurt her. Sam's adamantly denied having anything to do with the Julie Dots. Moda all being familiar with chapel towns read a lot district insisting he was incapable of hurting a woman. When the police pointed out that Julie's body was disposed of in a willy being, and the had made a similar threat to Stephanie SAMs dismissed. This says a coincidence. The dies interrogation concluded and police applaud for thirty six hour extension on Sam's detention said they could continue questioning him. Joe Alie. The following morning Sam's provided investigators with a lengthy written statement in which he claimed to have an accomplice in Stephanie's kidnapping. He said he paid the accomplice twenty thousand pants to drive him to the GLOSSOP railway station, which was the first thought that Stephanie's manager. Kevin Watts was directed to leaving. Sam's with a moped and other equipment. Off the. Sand had successfully obtained the ransom money. The accomplice picked him up and insisted that Stephanie be killed. Seems refused and a violent odd -ment broke up between the two men. The accomplice only relented when Sam's off to give him a majority of the money. Sam's claimed that it was his accomplice, who was responsible for blackmailing British Rio and for murdering. Julie Dodd. The accomplice had allegedly kept Julie Todd to a bed in chalet on the east coast of England and debate her with a hammer when she tried to escape from, he's sexual abuse. Sam's also claimed that he's accomplice had qe two SAM's workshop and had used these computer on multiple occasions. Sam's refused to name this individual out of fee. He might harm Stephanie in retaliation. Investigators did not believe that another individual was involved. Instead they were convinced. This seems way of explaining the evidence. That linked him to the other two cases. Dye obtained a writing sample from Sam's and had an expert. Compare it to the handwritten letters from Julie Dots case. The sample featured a number of notable similarities to the letters including fourteen identical spelling errors. The expert concluded that seems was the author of.

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Casefile True Crime

07:58 min | 5 months ago

"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"The police were impressed by the level of data in Stephanie's recollections, and said about having sketch artist create an impression of the perpetrate Main Wall an investigation of the money dropped sought, revealed that the narrow loan with lodge stone wolves that Kevin had been sent to was actually a bridge above an abandoned railway line. Underneath. The bridge offices recovered a rectangular device that had been painted Silva as well as the trade that Kevin had placed the money in which was a wooden draw with a length of washing line attached. It appeared that the kid Napa whited under the bridge, then dragged the drool with the money in it down after Kevin had left. Investigators theorized that he may have escaped on a motorbike arc to avoid police roadblocks. The site of the abandoned Ralway line was part of the country woking trial known as the Dove Valley trial. It was just three miles down the track from the bridge where the painted brick and false incendiary device were found in relation to Julie DOTS case. The two cases were formerly linked into West Yorkshire. Assistant Chief Constable Tom Cook was appointed as the head of the investigation. Stephanie's Abe is what questioned to save. Date noticed anything unusual on the night of her return. A sprite Banca named Les- Barnaby recalled that he'd been watching film in bed around one am when he heard the sand of a car engine revving outside. He looked out the window and saw a Red Austin Metro in the street below. It was owed and muddy, and to the passenger door was slightly open after a minute, a young disheveled looking woman stumbled backwards out of the car and Stugotz down the street in an awkward run. On the evening of Choices Day, February full six days after Stephanie's return police released the first sketch of the suspect. It depicted a middle, aged white male with short dark hair, wearing square black framed glasses. He's face was brought with a square forehead and destroyed knows. Within an hour of going public, more than five hundred people find tips into the police, but none generated any promising lades. Assistant Chief Constable Tom Cook told the media. He was almost expecting to hear from kidnapper directly quite. Perhaps, he might matlock to boast about it if he feels. He is being successful. On, Thursday February six. A letter arrived at the offices of the BBC. Say Yorkshire Television The Sun and news of the world newspapers, the West Midland and West Yorkshire Police and at the workplace of Julie Dots Mother. It claimed to Bay from the Kid Napa, who admitted to abducting Stephanie but denied murdering Julie will blackmailing British Ryo. He wanted to clarify this out of concern for Stephanie's will gain as he previously told her that he never killed anyone and was worried about how she might feel if she thought he had. The letter read. The fact that I could and did carry out the crime extremely successfully is my only satisfaction. I am ashamed, upset and thoroughly disgusted at my treatment of Stephanie, and the suffering on must have caused to her parents. Avondale my is filled with. I wake up during the not actually crying with a little luck. Stephanie will get over it shortly. Myself I do not think I ever will. The lead contained spelling and punctuation errors that matched previous correspondence from the kidnap A. The phrase with a little luck had also been used in one of the letters sent to British rail. These indicated that the same person was indeed responsible for all three crimes and on Friday. February seven snippets of the letter were published in the country's newspapers. Two days later, Stephanie finally left the hospital and was able to return home. A number of reporters had set up camp in the fields. Opposite her house to Cava her coming. She agreed to pose for the cameras with her parents and two pet cats, and was met at the front door by a police officer, carrying a bouquet of flowers. On detectives took shifts guarding the family and escorting them everywhere they went while police dogs, and they handle is patrolled the land between the House and the nearby motorway. Interest in the case was unrelenting and Stephanie was inundated with large financial losses in exchange for an exclusive interview. Police advised her to negotiate a deal with one newspaper as this would prompt all other outlets to back off. She decided to sign a contract with the Sun newspaper. As it was the paper, her father read, and also had the highest number of raiders. Stephanie wanted to use her experience to alert women to the possible dangers, they faced and suggest ways that could protect themselves. From the outset of the investigation police had intentionally withheld significant details from the media, and they eventually chose to release this information on an episode of babies as Kron Watch. The show Ed on the evening of Thursday February twenty with fifteen million viewers tuning in to watch. For the first time it was publicly revealed that they kidnap a drove a Red Austin Metro that he appeared to have a connection with British railways and that Stephanie had been held hostage in a workshop environment. The recorded phone call between the Napa and Watson was also played prompting one thousand phone calls to police and to the Chrome Watch headquarters. Forty eight year old Susan Oak had been out when the shell wed, but she had tight does so she could watch it live on. The case had caught Susan's attention. As the sketch of the suspect resembled her ex husband. Michael Sam's who will so drive a red car similar to the one witness to need the location where Julie Dodds body was found. The more the suspect had reportedly worn a railway badge when he's code. and Michael loved trains. However Michael had one leg amputated thirteen years earlier, and the suspect wasn't said to have a limp, so Susan deemed it unlikely that her rex could bay responsible. She primarily wanted to say the crime, watch episode to lay her suspicions to rest..

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"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"But nathe ever heard of Julie Dodd. After falling her report Lynn walked the streets of laid over, and Daiva showing people Julie's photograph. At not she visited the city's pubs asking punches whether I had seen her daughter. A number of people recognized Julie's Pichai and said they knew her, but none had sought at her within the last week. The police decided to speak with Voss quite investigators from the lead suburb of Chapel town, which at the time was a red light district popular with sex workers. From Nineteen, seventy five until nineteen eighty, the area was a hunting ground for notorious serial killer. The Yorkshire Ripa whose crimes were covered in episode thirty seven of Case Fall. Although the voice squad had no record of Julie. They soon established that multiple witnesses had seen her hanging around the district in the three weeks leading up to her disappearance. She had apparently told some sex workers that she was new to the industry and did ask to their Voss on where to take clients and how much to charge. Of Full Matt classmate of Julie's also came forward, claiming he'd seen her in Chapel town on Tuesday. July non the noise. She went missing. He had been driving through the area at eight fifteen pm when he sputtered Julie Standing on a street corner with another girl. They briefly made contact, but Julie turned her head away as though she didn't want to be saying. She had been dressed in light blue denim jeans, and a what Blair House which was different to the outfit she had been wearing when she left the dominique half an hour earlier. Enquiries revealed that shortly after this Julie taxi to a POB with two other young women and PM, she find dominate from the pubs fine. She then had a few drinks and played the jukebox before role. Three women quote a cab to the chapel. Tan Straight of Spencer place to engage in sex work. There Julie spent roughly twenty minutes with a client before buying takeaway Kebab. By Eleven PM. Both of her friends had gone home leaving. Julie Standing alone on the corner of spent place and delay appalled straight. The discovery that Julie had been engaging in sex work troubled the voice squad. On Friday July, twelve the same day that dominate received. They kidnapped Bleda from Julie. The West Yorkshire Police had received an envelope addressed to late city police and outdated name that had been used since nineteen seventy four. Inside was a LEDA talked in red ink, informing offices that a young sex work had been kidnapped from Chapel Tan area, and would be killed and less. The police paid one hundred forty thousand pounds in cash. The author role roadside demanded that thousand pounds be loaded onto bankcards. Instructions for the hand I've read. Next Tuesday July Sixteen, a woman police constable will drive to Birmingham New Street station with the money and a white, a phone call at the terminal in the waiting room on platform nine. She must wear a lot issue blue skirt with the money in a shoulder bag. She must be there by six PM and a white, the coal at seven PM. She will then be given the location of the next phone call. The letter instructed the constable to drop from payphone to pay phone where she would receive further directions along the way. Eventually at the last sought adult glacis, would-be hanging from a tree, ready for her to clip the money to. The cash was to be wrapped in polythene and debris on payback. Then todd with the New Orleans, cord. The Oh threatened that if these demands weren't met of by a bomb would go off at a major store in an English city at five am on Wednesday July seven tain. According to the Post marks on the envelope of this letter and the one sent to Dominique. Buzz had been sent at seven PM. On Thursday July eleven from the town of Huntington, located, one hundred and thirty five miles south of lades. Realizing that, they appear to be dealing with a genuine kidnapping. Investigators decided to run an operation in accordance with the kidnapping instructions. At six PM, on Tuesday July Sixteen constable a net Zeke nece went to Birmingham. New Straits station has instructed carrying the money in a shoulder bag. Located one hundred and twenty miles south of late in England's West, Midlands region. The station is the busiest and largest of three railway stations. The Service Birmingham Central Business District. Undercover offices availed constables ignace as she waited for the phone call at the phone terminal in the waiting room at platform GNAWING. At six minutes past seven, the pay phone rang. Constables vagueness answered it, but the cooler on the other end was silent and disconnected. The coal loftus the several seconds. Constables ignace whited another twenty minutes, but no of the calls came through. With no further instructions from the kid kidnapper investigators were left, wanting to say whether the individual would make contact again. Despite the kidnap is threat to firebomb a city building. If their demands weren't met the following day of Wednesday July seventeen past with the incident. On the morning of fraud I July nineteen, fifty one year old former. Bob Skelton was preparing for his day in the rural village of aced and ninety two miles southeast of leads. Bumps bomb spanned five hundred seventy nine acres and included a disused railway line. He's planned for the day was to rely Katie's kettle to fresh pastures with the help of these eighteen year, old son and another young employees. At seven forty five am. The three men were in a field located alongside the abandoned row by lawn, half a mile from the a one motorway when they noticed the pink and white striped shape lying on the grass. Assuming it was carelessly dumped rubbish. They moved close off and sold at the shape was banned with lengths of Teal colored rope and something to be wrapped up inside. Bob Son used his pen Nov to lost the ripe and Seen Hall in this shake revealing another layer of shake. Bob Thought, he could save the outline of a human arm and all three men smelled a strong unpleasant Toda..

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"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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04:55 min | 5 months ago

"julie dodd" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"In July of Nineteen, ninety-one things looked promising verizon year old Julie Dodd. bobbly spirited teenager with wavy brown hair and a smile she had recently finished high school, and was hoping to fulfil locked long dream of joining Britain's armed forces. Julie had grown up in late the largest city in the northern English county of West. Yo Shaw where she still lived with her mother. On Tuesday July, nine, nineteen, ninety-one Julie, spent the day with her boyfriend twenty year all Dominick Nari who lived in the nearby suburb of gitten. At six o'clock in the evening, the couple went to dominique sister rose's house where Julie helped prepare meal of Roast, Lamb and Yorkshire Pudding. After They Dayton, Juliet excused herself to start not shift at the hospital where she'd recently started working as an orderly. At seven forty five PM. She cased Dominic Goodbye and departed wearing a black skirt with a pink and black jacket. At, nine Peon Julie Find Dominique to say she would be working until eleven thirty PM and would then return to her Gnheim. Dominique noticed that there appeared to be music. Playing in the background is though Julie were calling from a POB. Two days past and dominate could didn't hear from Julie. Then on the morning of fraud. Agent Lights Twelve. He received an unexpected visit from his sister rose, who had found a handwritten envelope addressed to hin amongst her male. There was a letter inside written in Julie's handwriting which read. Dominic helped me plays of Ben. Kidnapped and obeying held as a personal security until next Monday night. Please go until my mom straightaway. Love you so much, dominic? Mom find the police stride away and helped me. Have not eaten anything, but I'll have offered food. Feeling a bit sick, but on drinking two cups of Tape Day. Mum Dominic. Help me. Love You all? Julie. Upon rating the letter Dominic Cold Julie's mother. Lynn Dodd to rush Daiva to rate it for herself. She noticed that despite being pending Julie's handwriting, some of the woods and freising didn't Santa luck daughter at all. More IVA lean couldn't understand why Julie would be abducted and held for ransom. Has Family had little money? Lynn immediately called the police to report her daughter missing and gave them the lead off. Police began looking into JULIE'S LAV Born on March one, nineteen, seventy three, Julie Anne Dodd, was the first chart of Lin and Alec Hill who went on to have a son named poll two years later. When Julie was four years old. Alex left his young family and in Nineteen, seventy, eight Lynn remarried and electrician named a and dot. The Julianne poll what close to their stepfather? Calling Him Dad and adopting he surname? Lin and day in separated when Julie was sixteen years old, but a in maintained a relationship with these stepchildren. Although Julie was brought. She wasn't a dedicated student and instead preferred to focus on her athletic abilities. A talented Rana. She participated in school and county competitions, accumulating a number of trophies, which her mother proudly displayed in the family <hes>. In her spare Don Julie locked, socializing dancing and performing Karaoke with her friends. While she was still at school. She go to Tom Job at a cafe, which was wish she met Dominique a CO worker, who was two years her senior. They dated for three years, and when Julie was just seventeen, they became engaged.

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Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater

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Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater

"In July of Nineteen, ninety-one things looked promising verizon year old Julie Dodd. bobbly spirited teenager with wavy brown hair and a smile she had recently finished high school, and was hoping to fulfil locked long dream of joining Britain's armed forces. Julie had grown up in late the largest city in the northern English county of West. Yo Shaw where she still lived with her mother. On Tuesday July, nine, nineteen, ninety-one Julie, spent the day with her boyfriend twenty year all Dominick Nari who lived in the nearby suburb of gitten. At six o'clock in the evening, the couple went to dominique sister rose's house where Julie helped prepare meal of Roast, Lamb and Yorkshire Pudding. After They Dayton, Juliet excused herself to start not shift at the hospital where she'd recently started working as an orderly. At seven forty five PM. She cased Dominic Goodbye and departed wearing a black skirt with a pink and black jacket. At, nine Peon Julie Find Dominique to say she would be working until eleven thirty PM and would then return to her Gnheim. Dominique noticed that there appeared to be music. Playing in the background is though Julie were calling from a POB. Two days past and dominate could didn't hear from Julie. Then on the morning of fraud. Agent Lights Twelve. He received an unexpected visit from his sister rose, who had found a handwritten envelope addressed to hin amongst her male. There was a letter inside written in Julie's handwriting which read. Dominic helped me plays of Ben. Kidnapped and obeying held as a personal security until next Monday night. Please go until my mom straightaway. Love you so much, dominic? Mom find the police stride away and helped me. Have not eaten anything, but I'll have offered food. Feeling a bit sick, but on drinking two cups of Tape Day. Mum Dominic. Help me. Love You all? Julie. Upon rating the letter Dominic Cold Julie's mother. Lynn Dodd to rush Daiva to rate it for herself. She noticed that despite being pending Julie's handwriting, some of the woods and freising didn't Santa luck daughter at all. More IVA lean couldn't understand why Julie would be abducted and held for ransom. Has Family had little money? Lynn immediately called the police to report her daughter missing and gave them the lead off. Police began looking into JULIE'S LAV Born on March one, nineteen, seventy three, Julie Anne Dodd, was the first chart of Lin and Alec Hill who went on to have a son named poll two years later. When Julie was four years old. Alex left his young family and in Nineteen, seventy, eight Lynn remarried and electrician named a and dot. The Julianne poll what close to their stepfather? Calling Him Dad and adopting he surname? Lin and day in separated when Julie was sixteen years old, but a in maintained a relationship with these stepchildren. Although Julie was brought. She wasn't a dedicated student and instead preferred to focus on her athletic abilities. A talented Rana. She participated in school and county competitions, accumulating a number of trophies, which her mother proudly displayed in the family In her spare Don Julie locked, socializing dancing and performing Karaoke with her friends. While she was still at school. She go to Tom Job at a cafe, which was wish she met Dominique a CO worker, who was two years her senior. They dated for three years, and when Julie was just seventeen, they became engaged.

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