13 Burst results for "Justin Hansen"
"justin hansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Marine Raider who was killed serving his country made the ultimate sacrifice. In Afghanistan. July 29th, 2000 and 12 just a week or so prior to may be sealed David worsen, also from West Michigan, and he's counted before he lost his life. In a canyon in Afghanistan. So the knock on the door? I've talked to some gold star family members. Uh, You know what it is when you see the car? Pull up, Ruth know what inspired you to write the book? No stray bullets, the making of American hero which you could get. Amazon dot com will tell you about some locations here in West Michigan, but Tell me about July 29 through 2012. Yeah, it's a day. You never forget. Um We were. It was a Sunday afternoon. It was about 2 45. Gorgeous day We were resting and got to the front doorbell ring. Nobody ever goes to the front door. I sent Karl to answer it. I said you go see, see who's here? But it might be a neighbor something right now somebody with car trouble or, you know somebody had. Who knows so But I said, you just go. So he went and he didn't even make it all the way to the door. Maybe halfway. He says, Ruth, you better come here. And I knew something wasn't right. But I had no idea. So as I rounded the corner and saw Um, the front door and the three Marines in their uniforms standing there. I knew, you know, um Dan had always told us that they won't come if I'm wounded. If you see three guys on the step, he says, I'm gone. Because if it doesn't matter how seriously they're wounded, how close to death they are in an injury. They will Call. They won't come. Your son told you that. He told us that before time. Yep. He said if if they come to the door, he says, I'm gone. On guess. Oh, you just know And then they still are required to make the statement. That's um you know, they said, are you Carol? Are you Daniel Price's father? They asked Carl and he said, Yes, I am. And, um yeah, Son, sit down, he said he said, sit down, he told you said Yeah, and he just bent down by us and he said From the on behalf of the president of the United States and the commandant of the Marine Corps. We regret to inform you that your Sunday No Jay Price was killed this morning in Afghanistan. That was the same day. Yeah, well, it's not like it's not like back in the day where some of the people were receiving letters after they found out their kids were killed. You know that. You know where war two. They'd find out. They could find out months later that there's some was killed or even in Vietnam. They found out in first they started finding out from there by telegrams. And no, but they came right to our door and I'll never forget that Big Marine standing there at the door with his Steely Eyes. I mean, he He, uh, I found out afterwards when I talked were assigned a casualty officer and he was along with them also, and I talked to him and he says, Yeah, he says he just kind of groaned all the way to your house. That he really didn't want to do this. You know, he sat down the road. They drove by your house a couple of times to see if we were home. And then they sat down the road a little while because Dan it is was married and his wife is in California, and they told us both at exactly the same time. When she came home from church, which is three hours after us They? They were on the phone with each other and said, Yes, she's home. So now is the time so they They came and told us both at the exact same time. That her husband was gone and our son was gone. And afterward you find out there's a police officer that was also sitting down the road because sometimes you don't ever know how family is going to react. You know they could There could be a physical altercation. They're mad, right man and man of the country mattered the world or a heart attack or, you know, or if they have guns in the house that they get angry. You know it and So it was the hardest day of my life when you have to. Go after that, and then go and Tell his sister and tell his brother go to our pastor and tell him go to his grandpa and grandma on one side go to his grandma on the other side. And then Yeah, Go on. Tell them Could you imagine being a casually officer and that's you were assigned one. That's your job. Yeah, that's he didn't have to do. He didn't have too many of those, but they were like He had done. Justin Hansen from Travers City was killed two weeks before Dan and so the same. It was a different casualty officer, but it was the same office of Marines that was involved in in that event, so Um yeah, it was. It's not like they do it all the time. That's not their full time job. But yet it does happen, and they get pretty immersed in the family and in the emotions. So from that moment when they tell you that Marine Raider Gunnery Sergent Daniel J. Price had died. Serving his country in Afghanistan. When do you find out exactly? How he died. Do you ever is that always The military is a classified information. They start to tell you some things but right away there when they were there when they're there told us that it was during combat operations, and they said something about some sort of a head wound. But we didn't really find out too many details when we went to Dover for what's called the dignified transfer when his body came into the states from Afghanistan. We actually got to talk to his body escort who was a close friend of our family and then also the body escort of a Marine who was killed with him. Who was actually on the combat site. So these guys have. These are military men who escort the bodies back to the family. Marines. You have to fill out a paper in them in the special operations with the Marines. You do. If you fill out about a paper that says, who's gonna be your escort? If you would get killed on this deployment, he would escort your body back home. They never leave. The body until it gets to the funeral home, and they also have to pick out their pallbearers. That are Before they go. They have to pick out They have to fill out what happens with their life insurance money. They feel all these things out. The only thing that I kind of bothered me a little bit about it was When they take a picture and the picture that's released from the military. You know, Dan, which is kind of standing there like Yeah, he didn't even have his uniform on. Yes, And that's the picture. They release that just before his deploys. You know, I wish they would. Then I told him this. I wish they would be in uniform and Look like they're in the military. He just looked like it looked like a mug shot because he was just kind of standing. Probably nothing intentional. Probably everything so fast, right? Yeah, I guess they just do it because none of them wanna They don't go thinking that they're going to get killed. And I think the Marines call for it. The Marines go would be that they never have toe bring a family to Dover to welcome back about right right as a result of that experience, though, with Dan and the picture that The Defense Department of Defense released after his death. Now the Raiders have an annual picture taken at their Marine Corps ball in their dress blues, and so they have that picture just just for that event, and then it's nada. No, we'll take this picture before you deploy just in case it's just something that they do. Um, And that's the reason for but it's not so intentional. So you're at Dover, Delaware. Dover Air Force Base, Uh, is that the flag draped coffin? As it like. What? It's kind of. It's flax..
"justin hansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Food Bank strong broadcast. We look back at my conversations with Gold Star families in West Michigan about their son's making the ultimate sacrifice for the United States of America. Couple names and studio Karl Price and Ruth Price. They're the parents of Gunnery Sergeant Daniel J. Price of Marine Raider who was killed Serving his country made the ultimate sacrifice in Afghanistan. July 29th, 2000 and 12 just a week or so. Fired, too may be sealed David worsen also from West Michigan, and he's counted before he lost his life in a canyon in Afghanistan. So the knock on the door? I've talked to some gold star family members. Uh, You know what it is when you see the car? Pull up, Ruth know what inspired you to write the book? No stray bullets, the making of American hero which you could get. Amazon dot com will tell you about some locations here in West Michigan, but Tell me about July 29 through 2012. Yeah, it's a day. You never forget. Um We were. It was a Sunday afternoon. It was about 2 45. Gorgeous day We were resting and got to the front doorbell ring. Nobody ever goes to the front door. I sent Karl to answer it. I said you go see, see who's here? But it might be a neighbor Something right? Somebody with car trouble or, you know somebody had. Who knows so But I said, you just go. So he went and he didn't even make it all the way to the door. Maybe halfway. He says, Ruth, you better come here. And I knew something wasn't right. But I had no idea. So as I rounded the corner and saw Um, the front door and the three Marines in their uniforms standing there. I knew, you know, um Dan had always told us that they won't come if I'm wounded. If you see three guys on the step, he says, I'm gone. Because if it doesn't matter how seriously they're wounded, how close to death they are in an injury. They will Call. They won't come. Your son told you that. He told us that before time, Yeah, he said if if they come to the door, he says, I'm gone. On DSA, So you just know And then they still are required to make the statement. It's um, you know, they said, are you Carol? Are you Daniel Price's father? They asked Carl and he said, Yes, I am. And, um yeah, you can send. Sit down, he said. He said, Sit down. I told you so. Yeah, and he just bent down by us and he said Um From the on behalf of the president of the United States and the commandant of the Marine Corps. We regret to inform you that your son, Daniel J. Price, was killed this morning in Afghanistan. It was the same day. Yeah, well, it's not like it's not like back in the day where some of the people were receiving letters after they found out their kids were killed. You know that. You know where war two. They'd find out. They could find out months later that their son was killed or even in Vietnam. They found out in first they started finding out from there by telegrams and No, but they came right to our door and I'll never forget that that big Marine standing there at the door with his Steely Eyes. I mean, he He, uh, I found out afterwards when I talked were assigned a casualty officer and he was along with them also, and I talked to him. He says, Yeah, he says he just kind of groaned all the way to your house. That he really didn't want to do this. You know, he sat down the road. They drove by your house a couple of times to see if we were home. And then they sat down the road a little while because Dan it's is it was married and his wife is in California, and they told us both at exactly the same time. When she came home from church, which is three hours after us They They were on the phone with each other and said, Yes, she's home. So now is the time so they came and told us both at the exact same time. That her husband was gone and our son was gone. And afterward you find out there's a police officer that was also sitting down the road because sometimes You don't ever know how family is going to react. You know they could. There could be a physical altercation, though they're mad, right man and man of the country mattered the world where a heart attack or You know, or if they have guns in the house that they get angry, you know it and So it was the hardest day of my life when you have to. Go after that, and then go on. Tell his sister and tell his brother go to our pastor and tell him go to his grandpa and grandma on one side go to his grandma on the other side. And then Yeah, Go on. Tell them I could imagine being a casually officer and that's you were assigned one. That's your job. That's it. He didn't have to do. He didn't have too many of those, but they were like He had done. Justin Hansen from Travers City was killed two weeks before Dan and so the same. It was a different casualty officer, but it was the same office of Marines that was involved in in that event, so Um yeah, it was. It's not like they do it all the time. That's not their full time job. But yet it does happen, and they get pretty immersed in the family and in the emotions. So from that moment when they tell you that Marine Raider Gunnery Sergent Daniel J. Price had died. Serving his country in Afghanistan. When do you find out exactly? How he died. That do you ever is that always The military is a classified information. They start to tell you some things but right away there when they were there when they're they told us that it was during combat operations and He said something about some sort of a head wound. But we didn't really find out too many details when we went to Dover for what's called the dignified transfer when his body came into the states from Afghanistan..
"justin hansen" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And culture here on Katie are see where you can always find out what's hot fresh and stimulating incentive based art world and we are talking about POW's today our neighbor to the north them well I've had built also the Santa Fe artist he was on the first half of the show and now we are welcoming Gerry woman walk Jerry thank you and Matt Thomas's song phone from top he may Hey guys I know we're talking about the thirty two artists that are going to be part of the to say festival which is coming up this weekend on September thirteenth and fourteenth it's from dusk until eleven PM and it's going to be all over downtown house right now. yeah were from the south plows up to the park in now all people places in between right any you mentioned that people should go to your website so is there a project at work and find maps so they could kind of map out how they want to approach all of the different art installations that are gonna be up as part of the festival and yeah you should definitely study them out a little bit and see which you want to do jury Wellman where are you going to be I am Hey Matt well I'm gonna be. you'll be right the middle right on been street you're gonna we're gonna parked the van it'll be a great location all you can't miss the van no you can't miss so you are you're presenting a work that is your own in the actual contemporary band that's correct that's cool that you can you know every once in awhile I get to do something like that yeah so your project is called words of becoming what we are what we could be more that's right that's a long title it's a great title thank you tell us about your project well hi set up an installation for people to come in and engage with me we'll talk about. stories talk about stuff and in the. interim while we're talking the person I am speaking with is going to come up with a word. a word that illustrates a positive characteristic and it'll be their word and then at that point I will I have this thirty year old stick thirty five years old I've been drawing with the calligraphy stick that I made and I write that word twice once for the person who comes in remember it's their word of the comic right and then I a right that word a second time and I will be putting that on the band and then I'll print out that word and if we put it up around town around town house and that word to illustrate what I'm talking mono words that we all carry to some degree like kindness generosity or imaginative. just different words that we all are to some degree or another. so but they're positive yes six and that's what I'm I believe it's very important to promote that right now so it sounds a little bit like an act of manifestation are sort of desire to manifest more positivity yes. okay. but it's also so interesting because there's a whole you write it down and then you also you make you make a diagram right out of the the the words that this is the second aspect of peace to hang on if people want to participate or not so I could I created a stack of over a hundred glyphs and each glyph represents. one characteristic and if people want to participate they will randomly select four of these cliffs each of them representing characteristic like I mentioned before and. as I said as I was saying I believe that we carry all these characteristics both positive and negative but this is more of a focus on those positive characteristics so it's like a terror attack almost kind in Florida yeah and so then after they pick out there for Kerr to do a a diagram for them and the diagram includes both automatic writing in response to whatever that word might be and it it's a visually kind of a stunning piece and that and every we'll see how this works I'm really excited to be doing the second aspect of words of becoming as well which is this diagram right so cool is it the diagram will not will that be part of the process will you leave and then that will be you have to work on that after. yes yeah we've got that so what I'll do is get a email address from right ever wants to participate and we'll talk about it if you're just joining us you're listening to coffee in culture here on Katie RC and we're always streaming at Santa Fe dot com right twelve sixty am one oh three seven FM I am speaking with Matt Thomas and house and Jerry woman it's here in the studio with us talking about his project that will be part of the process festival and it's called words of becoming what we are what we could be more and so so I can see why it's not really like a terror attack in that Tero is about I'm telling the future rates a little ride and yours is is Justin Hansen what's there right right so are your do you sell the tax no yeah well it's an idea is really interesting I've closer thinking wow I think to buy one of those sounds really interesting so Jerry woman will be in the acts of contemporary a van unbent streets and are there Jerry just as an artist in your part of this the group of thirty two artists who have been selected to be in the process are there other art installations that you're interested in interested in things I don't know how I'm gonna do right it's a one on one action then I'm doing I may have to shut down for forty five minutes to hang around because our system that I want to see everything yeah and I want to encourage people listening here right a rolling it out it is a new programmable it's incredible I mean in the town of tiles you have all of this art from all over the world well where some of the international artists from Matt. well yes I mention answer then from France and then I have to look far yo who's coming in from Mexico so those are two larger international artists and we have some New York and LA and from Texas Colorado and a lot of new Mexican which I was really excited to see are a lot of Mexican artist representing that's cool so you have to you our and to Albuquerque artists. we have several yeah we have Britney king and Jennifer are now VS with Alec Ave it's projection mapping piece on the sculpture really looking for the team that won and they're based in Albuquerque miss him scanning I mentioned the number two three rickshaw and they are Ronnie your available and aired senyap from three US. yeah Albuquerque area and you have a number of different house artist which is really awesome you mentioned Kristin Hristo and that peace is going to be phenomenal a two story sculpture and yeah that one yeah in a Christina's Brong people might recognize her name as well she's well known artist shown up with me all lost and burning man and all that so it's really exciting to kind of see these artists come out of the woodwork they're not sure that this is not a possible where you hang things on walls you know we are in the street large scale right animated it's it's a federal for everyone in terms of what you can engage with ray I can engage so you know you talked about with an old game from Roswell New Mexico and he's one of the I think a key artists and browse little bit about that again. yes so that one he's actually projecting sixty projectors that'll be on the sidewalk and on the ground in parking lots of reminding us where the old the sick I used to be and that's been lost it's been paved over and it's only a memory and I think it's just a beautiful reminder of what can happen and so he'll be bringing that back to life for us over the weekend so that'll be of one font stumble across and see so that is not actually there anymore. yeah so you can still yeah there's a steak yeah if you walk around and that's what the artist really played with there are some remnants of of the ditch that built the but a lot of it's been paved over right and there's also a film as that's called your cation and it documents the first irrigation that uses the effect yes system on a small scale farm where is that gonna be. so that'll be in a store window on on the sale of low so yeah we have everything from production to film storytelling performance with the we've got my S. tested to analyze your lawn performance piece through the park along the interest yet so that's gonna be a great one the checkout well when we come back we're going to talk a little bit more about the position no stress and the education programs that you all do and they're going on right now but the something that you provide to the community so I'm you're listening to coffee and culture we here talking to Jerry woman and Matt Thomas were talking all about the per se festival which happens this coming September thirteenth and fourteenth and if you want to find out more about it you can go to.
"justin hansen" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Are the parents of gunnery sergeant Daniel J. probably some marine raider I was killed serving his country made the ultimate sacrifice in Afghanistan on July twenty ninth two thousand and twelve just a week or so prior to navy seal David worse and also from west Michigan in these come with before he lost his life in a canyon in Afghanistan. so the knock on the door I've talked to some gold star family members new you know what it is when you see the car pull up Bruce I know what inspired you to write the book no stray bullets the making of American hero which you can get Amazon dot com will tell you about some locations here in west Michigan but. tell me about a July twenty nine through two thousand twelve. yeah I had today you never forget we were it was a Sunday afternoon it was about two forty five gorgeous day we were resting and got in the front doorbell rang nobody ever goes to the front door I sent Carl to answer it and says you go see see who's here thought it might be a neighbor or something right now somebody with car trouble or you know somebody who had who knows so but I've said you just go so he went and he didn't even make it all the way to the door maybe half way he says Ruth you better come here and I knew something wasn't right but I had no idea so as I rounded the corner and saw the front door and the three marines in their uniforms standing there I knew you you know Dan had always told us that they won't come if I'm wounded if you see three guys on the staff he says I'm gone because if it doesn't matter how seriously their wounded how close to death they are in in an injury they will call they won't come to your son told you that he told us that before time yeah he said if if they come to the door he says I'm I'm gone. and so did you just know and then they still are required to to make the statement and it's you know they they said are you Carl press are are you Daniel prices father they ask Carol Anne said yes I am. and yeah sit down. says what he said sit down I told you so yeah. just bent down by us and he said from the time the half of the president of the United States and the commandant of the marine corps we regret to inform you that your son Daniel J. price was killed this morning in Afghanistan. so the same day yeah yeah while they're selling out it's not like back in the day were some of the people were receiving letters after they found out their kids were killed you know that you know were were to they find out they could find out months later that their son was killed or even in Vietnam they found out in first they started finding out from there by telegrams and now but they came right to our door and I'll never forget that big marine stand in there at the door with his steely. ice I mean he he how I found out afterwards when I talked to were assigned to casualty officer and he was along with them also I talked to him he says he he says he just kind of grown all the way to your house that he really didn't want to do this you know he said on the road they drove by our house a couple times to see if we were home. and then they set down the road a little while because Dan it's his was married and his wife is in California and they told us both at exactly the same time when she came home from church which is three hours after us. they they were on the phone with each other and said yes she's home so now is the time so they they they came and told us both at the exact same time. that her husband was gone and our son was gone. yeah and afterward you find out there's a police officer that was also sitting down the road because sometimes you don't ever know how families going to react you know they could there could be physical altercation though they're mad right now mad at my other country mad at the world or a heart attack or you know or if they have guns in the house and they get angry you know it and so it was yeah the the hardest day of my life when you have to. go after that and then go and tell his sister and tell his brother go to our pastor and tell him go to his grandpa and grandma on one side go to his grandma on the other side and then yeah go and tell them. have you met Jimmy and casually officer that see you were signed one that's your job yeah that's it if you didn't have to do he didn't have too many of those but they were like um he had done Justin Hansen from Trevor city was killed two weeks before Dan and so the same it was a different Cassidy officer but it was the same office of marines that was involved in in that event so yeah it was it's not like they do it all the time that's not their full time job but yet it does happen and they get pretty immersed in the family in in the emotions so from that moment when they tell you that marine raiders gunnery sergeant Daniel J. probably said died serving his country in Afghanistan when do you find out exactly how he does so do you ever is at always at a military has a slice of what information they start to tell you some things but right away there when they were yeah are they told us that it was during combat operations and they said something about some sort of a head wound but we didn't really find out too many details when we went to Dover for what's called the dignified transfer when his body came in to the states from Afghanistan we actually got to talk to his body escort who was a close friend of our family and then also the body as court of the marine who was killed with him who was actually on the combat site to these guys these are military men who escorted the bodies back to the family. you have to fill out a paper in the mail in the special operations with the marines you do you have you fill out of out a paper that says who's going to be your escort if you would get killed on this deployment he would escort your body back home they never leave the body until it gets to the funeral home and they also have to pick out the pallbearers that are before they go while they have to pick out they have to fill out what happens with their own life insurance money they fill all these things out the only thing that I that kind of bothered me a little bit about it was when they they take a picture and the picture that's released from the military you know Dan was just kind of stand there like yeah the name that was uniform on this and that's the picture they release that just before his deploys you know I wish they would and I told him this I wish they would be in uniform and look like they're in the military he does look like it looked like a mug shot because he was just kind of stand there will be nothing intentional probably everything right so faster yeah this they just do it because no none of them want to. they don't goal thinking that they're going to get killed here for all right now marines goal would be that they never have to bring a family to Dover to welcome back right as a result of that experience with Dan and the picture that the defense department of defense released after his death now the raiders have an annual picture taken at their marine corps ball in their dress blues songs and so they they have that picture just just for that event and then it's not out will take his picture before you deploy just in case it's just something that they do and that's the reason for it but it's not so intentional so you're at Dover Delaware first maps and those of the flag draped coffin is it like what the hell out of it's a lax its flag draped but it is about it's just a big a big metal box that comes off and they have they have a real yes they do and there was just those two on that big plane and that's a private ceremony which is the the media two families yeah that the other guy that got killed with with Dan yeah the disclosed to and they loaded enough. a loaded in a van and it often goes to the mortuary you're out on the you're right out on the runway right by the plane. everything is very well done and over they have a chaplain who walks through a lot of stuff with you a lot of details that need to be taking care of they tell you everything what's going to happen what time to the best of their knowledge everything is going to happen which was awesome we didn't have to make flight arrangements and then have to do our our casualty officer took care of that in grand rapids he could picked us up took us to the airport told us when to be ready at that point you're not thinking you can't think and function and make decisions and they do all of that for you in just walk you through everything that you have to be doing and then yeah you just you just kinda do what they tell you when they tell you and then we stayed at the the Fisher house which maybe people are are familiar with the Fisher house they're just hospitality houses it's like a hotel but they've got a a fully equipped kitchen lots of freezer food convenience foods so if you're there you're only there for maybe a day day and a half but you have access to everything you need right there. and when Daniel's returned home looking at a photo on the back of the book you know stray bullets a making of American hero the mother of gunnery sergeant Daniel J. price we're talking about a marine writer who died in Afghanistan July twenty ninth two thousand and twelve wrote the book no stray bullets he is available on Amazon but there's a photo on the back of the book that strikes me describe the photo that's actually the funeral procession it's the procession from the church where the funeral was held to the cemetery in Holland in highland look at that crown and it was probably a funeral row of what he thinks three miles three four miles or those people are fifty D. and they were and how it was like said the look of the legs we got to the cemetery the cemetery was packed they had over probably roughly fifteen hundred or more patriot guard riders motorcycles that led the procession and we got to the cemetery and they were just motorcycles parked everywhere it was just it's it was unbelievable photo says it on the back of the book it almost brings tears to my eyes you see the fire departments are always taking the American flags there's a procession and I'm telling you Holland idle county showed up in full force that is I'm looking at the people there fifty deep and it looks like photo singles for about a mile yeah it was the entire route yeah the entire revealed that that you guys yeah she has showed up you know big time extremely grateful you know we had we had the Westboro Baptist church was gonna protest at our sons funeral well known yeah and then I will like to the well known and and that kind of went out on Facebook that they were going to be there too so that added to the people wanting to come and the somebody said they started to a stage and a little ways away from the cemetery but never made. and now for because of so many people and I think what you see here Carl and roofs as as you see Holland another will county and you see Michigan and you see America. they're all rise in in pay and respects for their respects to the other guys on for servants for serving our country in making the ultimate sacrifice dance friends that were here all bears and plus all the the dignitaries from the marine corps there they were all soul Dan used to have a saying of that's what right looks like and those guys were just so impressed and they felt so good about appreciating the CNC in America and another from other parts of the country right right heard the comment many times that day for marines that that's why we do what we do this is why we do what we know I'm glad through the road there's no stray bullets the making of American hero valuable on Amazon dot com.
"justin hansen" Discussed on Thunder Radio
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"justin hansen" Discussed on KOMO
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"justin hansen" Discussed on 20/20
"Cup. Many through that cut into the trash can. Those undercover officers then obtain that crash, including that Cup, took it to the crime lab where it was analyzed. After one agonizing month, detective government walks into a meeting with the crime. Lab analyst t- handed me a folder. I opened it up and it was Justin Hansen's photo and she put match on it. I jumped up. I started screaming that turned into crying. I just couldn't believe it. After nearly a decade of searching detective, Jody gunderman now believe she can prove that drop of blood from the scene of Brittany marseils attack belongs to before arresting Justin Hansen, she calls Diane Marcel hoping to give Britney the news. She's still trying get hold of Brittany today of the rest. She was worse Britney. Radio said, she's traveling. She says, do you want to tell her? I said, if you don't mind. Brittany just so happens to be on a girl's trip to Boston with her sister, Jennifer, how we get to the hotel. I set up my little. I phone camera and she's still idea what's going to happen. And we call my mom. We have a man came home really. Off the cuff from Justin. No way. That same day officers tail Hanson watching him the gym, pick up his children from daycare and head to a grocery store has benefit, and it is here that they swoop in to make the arrest. Kids are very terrified. Detective gone from it is at the station to meet Hanson. She tells him he's facing a laundry list of charges, including attempted first degree murder looking at the possibility of more than fifty years behind bars. And she has something else to say. Look at her Justin. You did this to her. You did this to her. Deny one. I know it's you now I'm not asking, I'm telling you, it's you. Britney said what they caught him. So we're just going to go away forever. Like that would be really awesome, but that is not the Justice system. A Rick later, the father of four is in a packed courtroom for a bond hearing. There are supporters on both songs, although they're no longer together, his wife Eliza does something you don't hear every day singing the praises of a man. She's divorcing. Person. And she goes and testifies that he such a good man. You know he so gentle. Well, I'm sorry, he's not, but with no criminal record, prosecutors failed to convince a judge that Hansen is enough of a danger to be held in jail without bond is your hands. You have anything to say to Britney and her family say, did you do it? It was go into that field. Livid livid, Brittany says that even though some of her early recollections of the attack may have been inaccurate today. She says, she remembers the whole thing unlocked a screen door in heard that that big jolt on the back of my head. And I'd turn around like Justin like why just in why no explanation to actually remember saying Justin, why I remember that distinctly, but prosecutors know the accuracy of these memories will be challenged and that isn't their only problem. We were also struggling with identifying a motive to come up with one prosecutor way Meyer zeros it on the fact that Justin's number was found in britney's phone. It's his best theory about a motive. So even though there weren't any recent calls or text or anything like that, the theory would have been that Justin Hanson was essentially stocking Brittany, even if nobody really knew it. But there's little actual evidence to support that theory. Bedouin, detective continent, polls britney's best friend from two thousand eight just Baca. She says, she's never heard of Hansen. I am. Can't. And she never mentioned the name Justin. I'd like, you know, there's always. He thinks in my head. I mean. The junk man. She's like, I have never met this guy if Britney was hanging out with him. She was telling me about it. Joe says, the reason for that is because her son never stopped Brittany and isn't the person would tact her. Somebody has that kind of violence in them. You'd think they can go whole decade and it not come out again? I don't think so. Justin was staying out of trouble if you knew that if he got arrested and his DNA was going to get in the database that he was gonna get who's going to get caught for this. Joe. What about that DNA evidence that seemingly puts Hanson at the marseils house on the day, Brittany was attacked. What do you make it at? One drop of blood added a cat. There. I don't know. I do know that they also had DNA in the house. I'm both weapons and it doesn't match Justin. There was. Unknown DNA evidence that in addition to not being just enhancing it actually excluded. Justin Hanson, they have zero evidence that he was ever in the house to the only evidence they have is that one drop of blood and you're saying that outside of the house, they can actually prove that he was in house, correct? During shoemaker believes at digital testing on those weapons could exonerate her son, but that can never be done. Back in two thousand fifteen. When that original detective was preparing to retire, a clerical error led to the destruction of almost all the evidence in the case that included everything from the shovel, the knife, the duct tape. A lot of the other DNA evidence and blood swabs. It was an accident. I'm sure it was a mistake, but it happened. Luckily the DNA was not destroyed. One more challenge prosecutor, David way Meyer will face before a jury. But during shoemaker says, it isn't just those twelve people who should be concerned that the wrong guy could be taking the phone. I felt for ourselves. I couldn't match being in that position. I know that Brittany suffered a lot. And. I would. I would think that they would want to be one hundred percent sure that the person they're sitting jealous, the person who'd be their daughter, and there's no evidence putting him in that house. But prosecutor way Maier says the evidence just outside the house that drop of blood is enough to convict. There is no explanation for that that can be reasonably offered other than the fact that that was left at the time of the attack by the perpetrator himself. As he broke that window and fled, you know, memory is really fluid. Are you certain that it's him? I'm one hundred percent positive that Tim. A week before Diane Marcel it to travel back to Albuquerque, from Texas for Justin Hansen's trial. She gets an unexpected phone call from detective Jody contra minute. She said, he's gonna plea. They're going to play hearing today at two. 'cause I know you can't be here but call your daughter's get people there. The defendant agreed to plead no contest, Hanssen pleaded, no contest to attempted murder and aggravated. Burglary prosecutor, David way Maier says this avoids the risk of a trial while ensuring that Hansen serves time. We knew that the jury would have questions on whether or not the single blood drop a Justin Hansen's in the absence of a concrete motive would really be enough to convict the contest. Decision in my life. And my lawyer explained it to me is no contest is isn't a guilty plea. It's just it's basically saying that you understand that there is a chance if you took it to trial that that you could be found guilty. But afterwards, once you get out of prison, you're going to be a felon which means essentially it's guilty plea, but you don't believe that you are guilty nine I'm not guilty. I don't have to believe it. I know not guilty heads. It continues to insist. He is not the person who beat Britney Marcel to the brink of death. Did you take that shovel and batter Brittany, Marcellin ahead with it? No, I do not. We're not in that house was was a you Joan through the window? No. So why don't you fight it? There was hard. The just seems like everything just kind of stacked up against. He says, rolling the dice on up to fifty years behind bars away for children is a gamble. He just was willing to take most concerned about not being there for my kids. Love them to death console thinking about not seen him to not be there for them for me the wrong from right. It's scary. As part of his plea Hanson now faces up to eighteen years in prison. A judge will make the final decision next month. Until then basically a free man won the Marcello family says they can't seem to escape. Just last week Hansen was back in the news when Britney sister Jennifer ran into him capturing this video at a baseball game Hanson's. Baseball night was approved by his pretrial services officer. He can show up anywhere and we can't do anything about it. You take Jodie government says that's about to change. She's hoping that judge will give Hansen the maximum sentence. I think he's really convinced himself that he can four people and we know that it's him. He still hasn't admitted that he beat Briton. Oh, he hasn't. Why can't he gave her an answer now? Why he did it? Do you still want to know that? I still wanna know it may be a lie. I may not be able to believe it, but I want to know as for Britney after a decade of fear, she's ready to move on to people watching this. What message do you want them to come away with survive? I think if you have a str-. I think if you have a strong mindset into like your next goal is like he can get through it. So even though some of her memories are streaked with pain, Britney Marcel says, she's now ready to make new ones. What's your greatest hope for britney's future that she's able to get out there and face real grip strength didn't they? 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"justin hansen" Discussed on 20/20
"On apple podcast over ever you get your podcast and start here. With her daughter's memory of her attack, still a black hole and the original detective retiring. Diane Marcel calls the sergeant in charge at the Albuquerque, police department pleading for a fresh set of eyes. She sat at, let me think about it. Then she called. So I got somebody for you. I was always interested in criminal Justice and then in one thousand nine hundred nine, my sister was murdered. Lisa kindred was gunned down sitting in her minivan on mother's day, nineteen ninety nine. So that pretty much set off my path to being homicide detective. Detective, Jody Guntermann has been with the Albuquerque police department for seventeen years, and as a reputation for being relentless. And the first moment I met Jodi, she told me I'm going to find the person who did this kind of have a little OCD by somebody needs to be done or finished. I'm going to, I have to complete it. And right off the bat, she has an unusual suggestion. Something department had never tried before. I wasn't so convinced that her loss of memory was due to brain damage. I thought it could have been that she was suppressing the traumatic memories that she had. She said, well, let's just try something new. It's how about she undergoes hypnotherapy hypnosis, meet forensic psychologist, Dr, Leon Morris. He hypnotizing some of his patients to a luck repressed traumatic memories. It was literally the first time you met her and the camera with rolling all contact with her is in the video. TIMMY, horror, you're, you're. Let's see the Tak about almost this year. So really being on the left side man. The simply note and you didn't know in the beginning, whether or not her memories were recoverable anew. She had quite a bit of brain damage assumed that, you know, a lot of it was gone, but I in the interview, she talked about going to college. What was your great way? Which. Three point. Seven humpback says, I can't huge the world. Wait a minute. She must have remembered something from her previous education. There's a memory there of some kind. After his initial interview. Dr. Moore's puts Brittany under hypnosis. This is the moment Britney begins shaking as she relives the attack. Thanks. Did he say. Network. In feel it almost like you of reliving that and you did say during and you say stop that hurts please? Yeah, I was like defending my cell phone when I saw it, it was heartbreaking. No, that she relived it in her mind after that was done. The doctor told me that she's going to probably start remembering now. And that's exactly what happened. Detective government follows up with Britney over the phone and low, and behold, she remembers even new detail about her attacker. Hi own. I remember is out any. Hundred. Do you remember of his? If his shirt was long or short sleeves. Aren't created. Though. A brand. The first fresh lead in years Spurs detective guardsmen to try something else. New seeking out eight, cutting edge, DNA tests that promises to extract more information than ever from that drop of blood neighbor take Dan a profile, and they would give us hair color. I call her ancestry, and then they do a three d computer generated image of what your suspects in the look like. I was skeptical, but it wasn't encouraging signed to attempt it to do anything that could build on what we knew was are single piece of DNA evidence. While detective Guntermann waits for that computer generated image to come back. She gets a call from Brittany a name as popped into her head. Once she says, she can't stop thinking about she said, Jody. I remember the name fest in Hansen. She said, I remember working at the, he ask at the con one mall and he would come by and visit me, but. That's it. No memory specifically linking Justin Hanson to the attack. He is seven years older than Britney. She says she met him years earlier through a friend. When I was in middle school, I had a best friend, Abby engine older sister, Lauren, and Lauren, and getting pregnant by him whenever I went to obvious house or so he'd be over with Lauren by the time Britney got to high school. She says her friendship with Abby had soured, but every once in a while when she was working at the mall, she says she would still see Hanson. Do you remember any of the conversations that you had with Justin? They were just like, Kay. How's your day? How was school? What are you doing later? Like like a regular, talk it out with anybody. I actually didn't think really anything of it. There were so many names over the years that it, you just stopped mainly knish be the one, but then that delay generated picture comes back and it's a bum. Shell, I thought, wow, it looks so much like him. She called with the news. And she says, oh my gosh, STA. You're not gonna believe this. His hit your matches up, and they indicated a high likelihood that the suspect would have either green or Hazel is fairly unique. I color a unique, Ana color that just happens to match Justin Hansen's. So at that point, Justin Hanson did jump to the top of the list last year. The man who lived in this house. Justin Hanson found himself in the crosshairs of one determine detective that after Britney Marcel. Remember his name and a new kind of DNA test from that drop of blood generated a picture that looked in awful lot like him carrying just detective Brown and I, we went to the house. Dustin came outside and he was in his bathrobe. I've never seen a case. It's an older case, and I'm just going back to talk to the friends or people that knew Britney Marcel and video you're watching is from a police body camera. Justin Hanson is at home with his wife and Marie small children. When detective Guntermann shows up on announced he was very friendly. You know, he answered my questions. What did you hear the Britney. This somebody attacked her and shoes could have been raised or something. I don't know much at the end of interview when I asked him, can you give your DNA he chains. Visiting convergency you when I asked us then had you ever been over to that house, is there any reason that your DNA or your blood will be in that house? He said, no. If you know one hundred percent that you were never even in that house, there's no way that is going to match to record book about everything. Talk to my mom up to that point from two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen between fifteen and twenty. People had actually been interviewed as possible suspects and all of those individuals had volunteered to give DNA. Mr. Hansen was the first individual that had refused or declined to give DNA. But before throwing in the towel, detective government steps outside with Hanson and ratchets up the pressure. We have some new evidence of three d. composite and it does resemble you, and I would rather do this now before I put that on the news media just gimme gimme a day or so talk to my mom and everything else. I, I them relatively cool. But after a week with no word detective government herself tracks down Hanson's mom to ring shoemaker. We decided to do the same. If you follow the Rio Grande out of Albuquerque. Come to place cold bonski forms. This is were just enhancing grew up. I send it. And do this zero percent, zero percent, how would you describe him a talker? Just at its very friendly. He can start a conversation with rattlesnake. Doreen says her son couldn't understand why detective seem so fixated on him to ask me, should I be worried time? I don't know. Were you involved at all? And he's like, no. And I said, then you don't have to be worried. Did you ever ask just point blank? Did you attack Britney? Yeah, we talked about it and said, no. I know my son has never had a violent history, even detective gunderman concede that the first glance just doesn't fit the profile of a violent criminal. He didn't have a criminal history, but when I started looking into him, people would tell me stories about him. That were to me a red flag. There was a report that it came across where he was a suspect in a rape. He was a boyfriend and he had entered her home raped her. I guess she decided that she didn't want to prosecute because she was drinking at the time. They've been dating for a couple of years. She admitted that she had been drinking and none of it actually discounts and allegation of rape though you, you can be dating someone and. No, no, I understand that, but she's the one with druid so and she continued to date him has also denied the allegation of rape. And there were other women from Hansen's pest who tell detective government. They've never seen him violent. There's a lot of cases that I've seen where you have the nice guy next door. He's the nicest guy never would have thought this. I think he fits into that category. But if that's the case, Doreen wonders, if britney's mom, Diane also saw the attacker. Why couldn't she identify him in a photo lineup? She said she'd never forget that face. And I know as a mom, I would never forget that face. Were you able to recognize Justin? No. He was my second choice. One would think that if you would stare down daughters assailant right in your own home and you actually heard him speak, you saw him go to the kitchen. They would be seared into your brain, like you said, right it was. But when he saw me, he looked, he looked and he went that way and my eyes went down on his hands to find out what he was doing. Then I flew out of there so years saying that you didn't look at his face all that much. We're looking at his whole body movement, right? Which could explain why Justin Hanson doesn't exactly match the original sketch. But what about that post hypnosis description from Britney. I dating. I've been playing on that. She was really clear that you know, she saw the person, they had Brown eyes. She knows they had Brown eyes because if they had blue green is she would have remembered Reid points out that her son's is are undeniably green. She describes what he's wearing does not mention tattoos, but he has short sleeve t shirt on the tattoos in two thousand eight. Yes. Remains undeterred by these inconsistencies. She is convinced that Justin's DNA will prove he is the person who attacked Brittany if only she could get it, we had to find it. So I met with some undercover detectives and I asked him, can you follow this guy and get his beginning. He was at a fast food restaurant. Freaking from Cup.
"justin hansen" Discussed on Nightline
"ABC news Nightline will begin after this. Are you hiring with? Indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com. Slash higher. This is Nightline tonight the lawn, stir in her mind, a teenage girl attacked and beaten to near death, her memory of you salt and the suspect lost until one detectives radical idea. He said. How about you undergoes hypnotherapy hypnotize to we live the moment is these. A memory is, is the key to the crime or push down the wrong path plus barstool. Barstool pool up a stool, meet the team behind barstool sports of media group as controversial as it is popular. You talk about Amy. I may be interested and tamen of culture, sports and the female CEO steering the ship. We know who we are and we know what we do, and we stand by that could've brands locker room lingo caused more trouble than it's worth. Good evening, and thank you for joining us tonight. A criminal investigation within usually twist after young woman was beaten so badly, she lost her memory. It seemed her case would never be solved. Unable to describe the perpetrator for years with the physical evidence turned up no leads until an unusual strategy changed everything using hypnosis to unearth hidden memories. Here's ABC's Matt Cup. It's been said that our lives are built one memory at a time. But at the center of this story is a memory that was lost. Was it scary? Not being able to remember anything who was scary after they told me what had happened here in Albuquerque, New Mexico in two thousand eight life for seventeen year old. Brittany Marcel was his carefree as the sky over the city's annual hot air balloon fiesta. She lived in this house with her single mother. Diane one of seven siblings, it was Choi full and beautiful family and a lovely life. And I couldn't have aspirated thing better, but on September eleventh, two thousand eight. The unfathomable happen to it was Thursday in Brittany would be out of school early. She said he wanted me to purge said, sure. She said, let's just made it home minutes later. Diane pulls into her driveway and walks into a terrifying scene by unlocked the door. Nice this guy with a shovel and she's bleeding, and I thought, really, she was dead. Her daughter lying on the floor, beaten and bloodied. She was hit on the head by a man wielding a shovel. Diane runs frantically from the house, screaming and dials. Nine one one. Breathing right now, where do you think? But moaning she's going to lose consciousness, please everywhere. Britney is whisked away in an ambulance. Investigators assist the scene trying to determine what actually happened. The suspect actually went through a large living room window instead of exiting out of the sliding glass door. He cut himself leaving his blood need. Find one perfectly round drop of blood, a Colin cart inadvertently left behind by whoever did this. Britney. More sale is now twenty seven years old and says, when she came to the hospital, she had no memory of that terrifying day. I thought, you know, about car extent to their that's far from what happened. You. Meanwhile, detective still have that single drop of blood. They run it through the national DNA database heaping for a match, but no luck. It was pretty obvious that in less Brittany Marcel recovered memories of the tax that the one and only piece of evidence was a single blood draw. Five years go by and still no arrests. So now a frustrated Diane Marcel calls the sergeant in charge at the Albuquerque, police department pleading for eight, fresh set of eyes kiss at at. Let me think about it. Then she called until I got somebody for you. Detective dirty Guntermann as a reputation from being relentless and right off the bat. She has an unusual suggestion. I wasn't so convinced that her loss of memory was due to brain damage. I thought it could have been that she was suppressing the traumatic memories that she had a forensic psychologist Dr. Leon Morris, he uses hypnosis to help patients unluck repressed traumatic memories. This is the moment that Britney relives the attack. You can see her shaking. Hurry doctor told me that she's going to probably start remembering now. That's exactly what happened. Detective also decides to try something else with that drop of blood, a cutting edge DNA test name would take a DNA profile and they would give us hair color. I call her ancestry, and then they do a three d computer generated image of what your suspects going to look like. Embiid she gets a cold from Britain. He said, Jody, I remember the name Justin Hansen. She said, I remember working at the get the Cottonwood mall and he would come by and visit me. But that's it. No memories specifically linking Justin Hanson to the attack. She says she met him years earlier. Do you remember any of the conversations that you had with Justin? They were just like, hey, how's your day? How was school then that DNA generated picture comes back and it's a bombshell, I thought, wow, it looks so much like him. And they indicated a high likelihood that the suspect would have either green or Hazel is fairly unique color. A unique, I color that just happens to match Justin Hansen's. So at that point, Justin Hanson did jump to the top of the list case. It's an older case. The video you're watching as from a police body camera just enhancing is at home with his wife and three small children. When detective gun shows up unannounced, what did you hear that happened to Britney? I heard that somebody attacked her shoes could have been raped or something. I don't. I don't really know much though when I asked us ten. Have you ever been over to that house? Is there any reason that your DNA or your blood will be in that house? He said no deductive asks Justin if he would provide a sample of DNA, but he says he wants to get back to her about that, but you never does. We had to find it. So I met with some undercover detectives and I asked him, can you follow this guy and gives the inning? She was at a fast food restaurant breaking from a Cup, many through that Cup track those undercover officers, then obtain that crash, including that Cup, took it to the crime lab where it was analyzed after one agonizing month detective God from in walks into a meeting with the crime lab analyst. She handed me a folder. I opened it up and it was just Hansen's photo and she put match on it. It's detectives now have enough ever. To arrest. Justin detective gone from it is at the station to meet Hansen. She tells him he's facing a laundry list of charges, including attempted first degree murder, and he's looking at the possibility of more than fifty years behind bars. And she has something else to say. You did this turn, you did this to her. You can deny one. I know it's you now, but what alludes prosecutors is a clear motive. The closest they can come up with is that Justin's number was found stored on britney's phone. So even though there weren't any recent calls or text or anything like that, the theory would have been that Justin Hanson was essentially stocking Brittany, even if nobody really knew it, but there's no actual evidence to support that theory. Just it's mother. Doreen shoemaker is adamant and her son is innocent. What do you make it? One drop of blood added to get there. I don't know. I do know that they also had DNA in the house. I'm both weapons and it doesn't match Justin. She believes additional testing on those weapons could exonerate her son, but that can never be done. Because back in two thousand fifteen, a clerical error led to the destruction of almost all the evidence in a case. But prosecutor way Meyer believes that drop of blood is enough to convict. There is no explanation for that that can be reasonably offered other than the fact that that was left at the time of the attack by the perpetrator himself. As he broke that window and fled, Hanssen pleaded, no contest to attempted murder and aggravated burglary in my lorry swaying it to me is a no contest is isn't a guilty plea. It's just it's basically saying that you understand that there is a chance if you took it to trial that that you could be found guilty. But afterwards, once you get out of prison. You're going to be a felon, which means essentially it's guilty plea, but you don't believe that you are guilty nine, I'm not guilty. He says, rolling the dice on up to fifty years behind bars way furnace, children gamble. He just was willing to take most about not being there for my kids. I love him to death as part of his plea Hanson now faces up to eighteen years in prison. A judge will make the final decision next month as for Brittany. 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"Who says based on everything that they've been doing her hypnosis the new sketch the new information about i color ancestry sort of thing she has a name pop into her head and she said it's a name that she couldn't stop thinking about justin hansen she says i remember working at the sun the sunglass icon the kiosk at the mall and he would come by and visit me but she had no memories connecting just enhance into the attack she does have a connection she knows the guy like you said he came by to visit her at the at the mall where she was working but there was another connection as well and we'll tell you about that and what this guy now says oh great we have to take another break and we wanna she is she really does not like hearing my christmas card gary and shannon kfi am six forty monica what's up supporters of a ballot proposal to split california into three say the state is just too big cal threes peggy rondi says separating the north central and south into states will increase local control responsible and responsive government happens when it's closer to home sacramento is maybe in touch with silicon valley but they're certainly not in touch with imperial valley one california's steve mobilio who opposes says each of these new states would still be bigger than forty current states in the us some states the smaller they are doesn't mean they don't have any problems you look at rhode island they've had massive fiscal problems he says plus it would cost billions to break up all the statewide institutions corbin carson kfi news state officials are taking a second look now at a man's claim the bell gardens area simply woman cristina garcia groped tim garcia was on leave for months during the initial investigation she was cleared last month to return to work but the former political staffer who says garcia touched him inappropriately has appealed he says the investigation was not done in good faith and at least one witness was never interviewed news brought to you by barbecues galore people can now see if they have some pilgrim blood in them it's as if you're the mouse the new england historic genealogical society says it's.
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"To two hundred fourteen dollars more person mestre regions also approved a one percent pay raise for faculty and staff at the university it's too early to decide if justin hansen's trial could be moved out of bernallio county that was the decision today from the judge in the case hansen is accused of nearly beating death then seventeen year old brittany marcel with a shovel in two thousand eight defense lawyers want to move the trial which is set to begin next month in albuquerque k obt reports the judge ruled there needs to be a large jury pool with an extensive questionnaire before the decision can be made the opioid crisis in new mexico it's getting the attention of the federal drug administration fda commissioner scott gottlieb tells news radio kk you'll be in an exclusive interview that his department needs to increase its inspection of packages entering the country because nearly ten percent of them contain some kind of drugs there has been as experienced in new mexico had growing of synthetic panels coming into the country that are highly potent and causing overdose step guide leap says another weapon against opioid addiction is to limit the number of pills that can be prescribed by doctors people came to new mexico to recover from tuberculosis during the early twentieth century now the goal is to get rid of tuberculosis altogether diana fortune with the state health department says they're making progress with the help of project echo at unm ninety six we have had a sixty six percent drop in the numbers of people with infectious tbn new mexico we had thirty seven people in two thousand seventeen that had.
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