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"katie beers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Thank you governor we'll try to be really strong on the encouragement here for you so I want to thank you first all the examples of kindness and caring that I see are really really inspiring so I I've told you that people said I maybe should smile a little bit more that's probably good advice in general it's hard to smile this is kind of scary stuff but the honey bee T. shirt that people made I really appreciated the Lexington fire crew who made signs and stood with the signs like this to show don't be a honey bee I really like that thank you today I went for a walk in my neighborhood there teddy bears and windows and on chairs outside I think for the kids I mean the community spirit is fantastic but a caution don't let the kids touch the Katie beers and don't let the kids go up to the windows and touch the windows okay that defeats the purpose but the spirit is fantastic and am I wore my heart to see that as I walk through the neighborhood today but I gotta tell you were crunch time all right the next two to three weeks are pivotal in you don't need me just to tell you that now you just have to turn on the news yourself look at social media and see what's going on in New York City what people are concerned will happen in other parts of the country this is crunch time there's a number of different ways things can play out we can make it play out really well or we can make a play out really badly and if you do the things the governor has asked you to do that's the good scenario that's where everybody has the best chance to stay healthy and well in our family our loved ones and our friends don't get hurt by this like they might otherwise get hurt so I have a few shoutouts today in these aren't the good ones so I've gotten reports there's a bunch of churches in graves county who are still going to have services you can't be doing that I want you to think about it this way and I realize this is a little bit more stark but if you have a pair of shoes six hundred people on your haven't services right now how are you going to feel of only five hundred show up for Christmas service this year and that's the way you need to think about it this is not a game this is real if you do these things there are people who may not be around later this year to celebrate the next big event with you there's a fellow in Mercer county who felt it was important enough to get tested that he left Mercer county got it tested now refuses to comply with the local health department at all to say who he was around how we got exposed to may have been exposed to him so it was important enough to get a test but it was not important enough to comply with the health professionals who are now trying to keep him and everyone else safe you can't be doing that stuff so you have to assume and I don't mean this to be fearful of each other I mean this just as a matter of practical advice assume everybody around you has the corona virus just assume that the people that you're seeing on the street the people you're sitting next to somewhere have the coronavirus if you keep that six to ten feet between you and you keep the social distancing you're going to be okay if you're getting in close it for on the putting green with a whole group of people if you're going to service and I'm not picking on churches if you go to home depot or Lowes hurricane era some other store that's open because there are central in you congregate you are endangering yourself and others in this is not a time when it's someone else this is a disease that knows no geographic boundaries it's not doesn't respect whether you're a man or woman or child although it is less harmful to the kids so that's bearing.

"katie beers" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Hostage victim. Katie beers survived for seventeen days in John Esposito Dido's bunker throughout her captivity while he tried to manipulate her into forgiving him for kidnapping her. She used a variety of tactics to convince US Sposito to let her go. She pleaded with him if he really loved her. He'd let her leave. Grow up go to college and have a family eventually. ESPOSITO ESPOSITO turned himself into the police though it's unclear if he was motivated by guilt over his actions or fear of being caught either way he led ed the police to the hidden bunker freeing Katie John esposito demonstrated how criminals manipulate their victims while they already have them under their control. All but how do they gain potential victims trust in the first place in our next clip from serial killers. We'll examine the tactics of lust murderer Fritz harmon or the Werewolf of Hanover harmon. killed at least twenty four men from nineteen eighteen to nineteen twenty four all between between the ages of ten and twenty two to lure his victims in he sometimes offered them assistance or accommodations. Several of the young met he murdered. Were runaways this made them especially vulnerable to harmon strategic kindness. He brought them home to his apartment supplied them with food food and drink then once they're guard was completely down he savagely attacked them after getting away clean for the second time new confidence. Fueled Harman's bloodlust. So when he met seventeen year old wilhelm she'll TSA at Hanover over station in one thousand nine hundred eighty three four weeks after killing Fritz Franken. He couldn't help but approach. The boy by now. Harmon had a practiced routine for finding finding suitable victims. He often patrolled Hanover station under the guise of a police officer. Searching for vulnerable boys shoots was a young writer who had just is to run away from home and this made him an easy target for Harman Harman had impersonated. A police officer pretended to lend a sympathetic ear. To the boys troubles bulls. He offered shelter place to stay into warm meal. She'll say eagerly accepted the offers and followed Harmon to his apartment. The room was small but spotless. After nearly getting caught for the murder of Franca just weeks prior harmon had scrubbed every inch in fact he had been scrubbing the place with harsh harsh chemicals so often that other tenants in the house had complained to the landlord. A widow named Elizabeth Angle but harmon had long ago explained angle angle that he was very particular about cleaning habits and she saw no reason to bother attendant for keeping US room tidy. Besides harmon was charming angle. I liked him. His charm also allowed him to urge young boys like Schulte into his bed given his pleasant friendly manner harmon was always able to get close. WHO's to his victims without making them uncomfortable in these situations harmon especially like to ask his victims about their families? This line of questioning seemed reasonable bill. Coming from a police officer but Harman's true goal was anything but noble. He needed to know if anyone would come looking for the boy according to Harman he he didn't always feel a violent urge to kill the boys. He brought back to his apartment. In some cases harmon kept young men around as errand boys for several days. He gave them small jobs or meals until they stopped coming around other times he raped the boys but did not kill them but unfortunately for Schulte Ah. His answers made harmon confident that no one would question his disappearance Harmon pulsed. He grabbed shelter by the throat and held him down down. He raped him and in the midst of the attack sunk his teeth into shelters Adam's apple this episode of serial killers further details. Fritz Harman's six year reign of terror as the butcher of Hanover. But during that time the police couldn't help but notice the sharp spike in the number of missing boys and teenagers. His crimes were eventually uncovered when the bones sounds from his victim started popping up around town in rivers and fields when harmon was arrested. Police discovered stacks of young men's clothing in his apartment after killing them. He sold off their possessions for extra cash at the end his thriftiness. What's his downfall every part of Fritz? It's Harman's interaction with his victim. Served a purpose from where he hunted to how we approach them to how he killed them. He was entirely calculated in his manipulations. But for some criminals their actions aren't so nearly deliberate rather their manipulations are encouraged by their own delusions. Our final clip from female criminals covers convicted murderer diane downs. Diane grew up in a strict religious household. Feeling unloved loved. She searched for ways to fill that hole her entire life. She finally thought she found the one in Louison. They carried on a serious affair for the better part of nineteen eighty two. But Louis concerned by some of Diane's behavior. She needed his constant attention and affection. She also lied about everything spinning whatever stories necessary to keep him close to her. Eventually he broke off the affair and went back to wife. Diane Ryan was devastated so in May of Nineteen eighty-three. She devised a plan to win. Lou Back if she made herself a victim he would have to compactor her to save her sadly she involved her three young children in the plot making them victims as well one night Diane took the kids out for Dr then. She staged a violent carjacking on on the night of the shooting. May Nineteenth Nineteen eighty-three detective. Doug Welsh interview Diana at McKenzie Willamette. Hospital Welsh was the responding officer officer that night and this was his first homicide case. Diane told Welsh that she and her children had gone to visit her friend and Mark Cola a nearby town town in Oregon on their way home. She decided to take a longer route. That was more scenic even though it was growing dark as she drove her three sleeping children grin down old. Mohawk road deserted country road near the Mohawk River. shaggy-haired man flagged her down making her. Stop the Car Diane. Dan got out to ask what he wanted and he demanded. She gives him her keys when she refused. The man's snapped pushed her to the side reached into the car car and shot the sleeping children. Diane then pretended to throw her car. Keys in the direction of the riverbank to divert the gunman's attention they struggled for a moment and he shot her in the arm but she managed to get back in the car and race away to the hospital. Parts of the story didn't make sense to Welsh. He said quote sightseeing when it's pitch black out. And why are the kids fatally or near fatally wounded and she being right handed shot in the left arm. I mean think about it. She's the biggest threat to him. Not Three sleeping children and quipped. In addition Diane's account of the events on Mohawk road were inconsistent. And she told Welsh. The man was bushy-haired then said that he wore a ski mask I. She said that they were attacked by one man but then she said there had been two do then reverted back to one. Her evolving narrative is consistent with pathological lying the common symptom in those diagnosed with histrionic personality disorder. SORTA like Diane. The ness is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has has done a lot of research for the show. Thank Sammy according to Dr. Mark d griffiths patients with HP will often lie as a way to enhance or facilitate their dramatic and attention seeking behavior in this case with the dozens of police and doctors in the hospital focused on her. Diana justed her story. Sorry to appear more dramatic as needed while Welsh took Diane statement. Doctors fought to save three downs children.

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"katie beers" Discussed on Cults

Cults

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Cults

"Hostage victim. Katie beers survived for seventeen days in John Esposito a bunker throughout her captivity while he tried to manipulate her into forgiving him for kidnapping her she used a variety of tactics to convince Esposito to let go. She pleaded with him if he really loved her. He'd let her leave. Grow up go to college and have a family eventually. ESPOSITO SITO turned himself into the police though it's unclear if he was motivated by guilt over his actions or fear of being caught either way he led the police released to the hidden bunker. Freeing Katie John esposito demonstrated how criminals manipulate their victims while they already have them under their control. But how do they gain a potential victims. Trust in the first place in our next clip from serial killers will examine the tactics of lust murderer her Fritz harmon or the Werewolf of Hanover Harmon killed at least twenty four men from nineteen eighteen to nineteen twenty four all between the the ages of ten and twenty two to lure his victims in he sometimes offered them assistance or accommodations. Several of the young men he murdered. Were runaways this made them especially vulnerable to harmon strategic kindness. He brought them home to his apartment supplied them with food and drink that once. They're guard was completely down. He savagely attacked them after getting away clean for the second time. New Confidence Fueled Harman's bloodlust so when he met seventeen year old wilhelm shelter at Hanover Station Station in one thousand nine hundred eighty three four weeks after killing Fritz Franken. He couldn't help but approached the boy by now. Harmon had a practice routine for finding suitable suitable victims. He often patrolled Hanover station under the guise of a police officer. Searching for vulnerable. Boys shoots was a young writer who had just run away from home and this made him an easy target for Harman Harman had impersonated a police officer and pretend to lend a sympathetic ear. To the boys troubles. He offered Schultz a place to stay warm meal. She'll say eagerly accepted the offers and followed Harmon to apartment. The room was small but spotless. Thoughtless after nearly getting caught for the murder of Franca just weeks prior harmon had scrubbed every inch in fact. He had been scrubbing the place with harsh chemicals so often that other tenants in the house had complained to the landlord a widow named Elizabeth Angle. But harm it had long ago explained. Ankle that he was very particular about his cleaning habits and she saw no reason to bother attendant for keeping US room tidy besides Harmon was charming angle liked him. His charm also allowed him to urge young boys like Schulte into his bed given his pleasant friendly manner. Harmon was always able to get close to his these victims without making them uncomfortable in these situations harmon especially like to ask US victims about their families. This line of questioning seemed reasonable. Coming coming from police officer but Harman's true goal was anything but noble. He needed to know if anyone would come looking for the boy according to Harman he didn't I always feel a violent urge to kill the boys. He brought back to his apartment. In some cases harmon kept young men around as errand boys for several days. He you gave them small jobs or meals until they stopped coming around other times he raped the boys but did not kill them but unfortunately for Schulte his answers made harmon confident that no one would question his disappearance Harmon pulsed. He grabbed Shilpa by the throat and held him down. He raped him and in the midst of the attack sunk his teeth into shelters Adam's apple this episode of serial killers further details. Fritz Harman's six year reign of terror as the butcher of Hanover. But during at that time the police couldn't help but notice a sharp spike in the number of missing boys and teenagers. His crimes were eventually uncovered when the bones from victims started popping up around town in rivers and fields when harmon was arrested. Police discovered stacks of young men's clothing in his apartment after killing them. He sold off their possessions for extra cash at the end his thriftiness. What's his downfall? Every part of Fritz Harman's interaction with this victim served a purpose from where he hunted to how we approach them to how he killed them he was entirely calculated in his manipulations appellations. But for some criminals their actions aren't so nearly deliberate rather their manipulations encouraged by their own dilutions. Our final clip from female criminals covers convicted murderer. Diane Downs Diane grew up in a strict religious household feeling unloved oft. She searched for ways to fill that hole her entire life. She finally thought she found the one in. Louison may carried on a serious reese affair for the better part of nineteen eighty two but Louis concerned by some Diana behavior. She needed his constant attention at affection. She he also lied about everything spinning whatever stories necessary to keep him close to her. Eventually he broke off the affair and went back to his wife. Diane and was devastated so in May of Nineteen eighty-three. She devised a plan to win. Lou Back if she made herself a victim he would have to compactor. Actor her to save her sadly she involved her three young children in the plot making them victims as well one night. Diane took the kids out for a drive then. She staged a violent carjacking on the night. Night of the shooting. May Nineteenth Nineteen eighty-three detective. Doug Welsh interview Diana at Mackenzie Wilmot. Hospital Welsh was the responding officer that night and this was his first homicide case. Diane told Welsh that she and her children had gone to visit her friend and Mark Cola a nearby town in in Oregon on their way home. She decided to take a longer route. That was more scenic even though it was growing dark as she drove her three sleeping children down down old Mohawk road a deserted country road near the Mohawk River. shaggy-haired man flagged her down making her. Stop the car. Diane God ought to ask what he wanted and he demanded she gives him her keys when she refused the man's snapped pushed her to the side reached into the car and shot the sleeping children. Diane then pretended to throw her car. Keys in the direction of the riverbank to divert the gunman's attention they struggled for a moment and he he shot her in the arm but she managed to get back in the car and race away to the hospital. Parts of the story didn't make sense to Welsh. He said quote sightseeing it seeing when it's pitch black out and why are the kids fatally or near fatally wounded and she being right handed shot in the left arm. I mean think about it it. She's the biggest threat to him. Not Three sleeping children and quote. In addition Diane's account of the events on Mohawk road were inconsistent. She told Welsh the man was bushy-haired then said that he wore a ski mask. I she said that they were attacked by one man but then she said there had been two then reverted back to one. Her evolving narrative is consistent with pathological lying the common symptom in those diagnosed with Histrionic personality. Disorder like Diane. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thank Sammy according to Dr Mark. D Griffiths patients with HP will often lie as a way to enhance or facilitate silicate their dramatic and attention seeking behavior in this case with the dozens of police and doctors in the hospital focused on her. Diana justed her story to you appear more dramatic as needed while Welsh took Diane statement. Doctors fought to save the three downs children.

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"katie beers" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Hostage victim. Katie beers survived for seventeen days in John Esposito's bunker throughout her captivity while he tried to manipulate her into forgiving forgiving him for kidnapping her. She used a variety of tactics to convince US Petito to let her go. She pleaded with him if he really loved her. He'd let interleave grow up. Go to college and have a family. Eventually esposito turned himself into the police though it's unclear if he was motivated by guilt over his actions or fear of being caught either way he led the police to the hidden bunker freeing Katie John. esposito eight Oh demonstrated. How criminals manipulate their victims while they already have them under their control but how do they gain a potential victims trust in the first place? Aw In our next clip from serial killers will examine the tactics of lust murderer Fritz harmon or the Werewolf of Hanover Harmon. killed at least twenty four men from nineteen eighteen to nineteen twenty four all between the ages of ten and twenty two to lure his victims he sometimes offered them assistance or accommodations. Several of the young men he murdered. Were runaways this made them especially vulnerable to Harmon unstrategic kindness. He brought them home to his apartment supplied them with food and drink then once they're guard was completely down he savagely attacked them after getting away clean for the second time. New Confidence fueled old Harman's bloodlust so when he met seventeen year old wilhelm shelter at Hanover Station in one thousand nine hundred eighty three four weeks after killing Fritz Franken. He couldn't help but approach the boy by now. Harmon had a practice routine for finding suitable victims. He often patrolled Hanover station under the guise of a police officer. Searching for vulnerable boys shoots was a young writer who had just run away from home and this made him an easy target for Harman. Harmon had impersonated a police officer and pretended to lend a sympathetic ear. To the boys troubles. He offered shilpa place to stay into warm meal. She'll say eagerly eagerly accepted the offers and followed Harmon to his apartment. The room was small but spotless. After nearly getting caught for the murder of frank just weeks prior earlier harmon had scrubbed every inch in fact. He had been scrubbing the place with harsh chemicals so often that other tenants in the house had complained to the landlord. Lord a widow named Elizabeth Angle but harmon had long ago explained ankle that he was very particular about cleaning habits and she saw no reason to bother other attendant for keeping US room tidy. Besides harmon was charming angle liked him his charm also allowed him to urge young boys like Schulte into into his bed given his pleasant friendly manner harmon was always able to get close to his victims without making them uncomfortable in these situations harmon especially like to ask US victims about their families. This line of questioning seemed reasonable. Coming from a police officer but Harman's true goal was anything but noble. Will he needed to know if anyone would come looking for the boy. According to Harman he didn't always feel a violent urge to kill the boys. He brought back to his apartment. In some cases harmon kept young men around as errand boys for several days. He gave them small jobs or meals until they stopped coming around other times he raped the boys but did not kill them but unfortunately for Schulte his answers made harmon confident that no one would question his disappearance harmon pounced. He grabbed shelter by the throat and held him down. He raped him and in the midst of the attack. Sunk his teeth into Schultz's Adam's apple this episode of serial killers further details Fritz Harman's six year reign of terror as the butcher of Hanover. But during that time the police couldn't help but notice a sharp spike in the number of missing in boys and teenagers. His crimes were eventually uncovered when the bones from his victims started popping up around town in rivers and fields. When Harman was arrested police discovered stacks of young men's clothing in his apartment after killing them? He sold off their possessions for extra cash in the end his thriftiness. What's his downfall every parted Fritz? Harman's interaction with this victim served a purpose from where he hunted to how we approach them to kill them. He was entirely calculated in his manipulations. But for some criminals their actions aren't so nearly deliberate elaborate rather their manipulations are encouraged by their own. Delusions our final clip from female. Criminals covers convicted murderer. Diane Downs Diane grew up in a strict religious household feeling unloved. She searched for ways to fill that hole her entire life. She finally thought she found the one in Lieu. Louison may carried on serious affair for the better part of nineteen eighty two. But Louis concerned earned by some Diane's behavior. She needed his constant attention at affection. She also lied about everything spinning whatever stories necessary to keep him close to her. Eventually he broke off the affair and went back to US wife. Diane was devastated so in May of Nineteen eighty-three. She devised devised a plan to win. Lou Back if she made herself a victim he would have to come back to her to save her sadly she involved her three a young children in the plot making them victims as well. One Night Diane took the kids out for a drive then. She staged the violent carjacking on the night of the shooting. May Nineteenth Nineteen eighty-three detective. Doug Doug Welsh interview Diana at McKenzie Willamette Hospital. Welsh was the responding officer that night and this was his first homicide case. Diane told Welsh that she and her children had gone to visit her friend and Mark Cola a nearby town in Oregon on their way home. She decided to take a longer route that was more scenic even though it was growing dark as she drove her three sleeping children down old Mohawk road a deserted country road near the Mohawk River. shaggy-haired man flagged her down making her stop the car. Diane got out to ask what he wanted and he demanded she gives him her keys when she refused the man snapped pushed her to the side reached into the car and shot the sleeping children. Diane then pretended to throw her car. Keys in the direction of the riverbank to divert the gunman's attention they struggled for a moment and he shot her in the arm but she managed to get back in the car and race away. The hospital parts of the story didn't make sense to Welsh. He said quote sightseeing when it's pitch blackout. And why are the kids fatally or near fatally wounded and she being right handed is shot in the left arm. I mean think about it. She's the biggest threat to him not three sleeping children and end quote. In addition Diane's account of the events on Mohawk road were inconsistent. She told Welsh the man was bushy-haired then said that he wore a ski. The Mask I. She said that they were attacked by one man but then she said there had been two then reverted back to one. Her evolving narrative is consistent with pathological lying common symptom in those diagnosed with Histrionic personality disorder. Like Diane the nest is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout throughout the episode. Please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thank Sammy according to Dr Mark. Mark d griffiths patients with HP will often lie as a way to enhance her facilitate their dramatic attention seeking behavior in this case with the dozens of police and doctors in the hospital focused on her. Diana justed her story to appear more dramatic as needed while Welsh took diane instatement. Doctors fought to save three downs children.

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"katie beers" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Hostage

"Hostage victim. Katie beers survived for seventeen days. Inchon Esposito's bunker throughout her captivity while he tried to manipulate her into forgiving him for kidnapping her she used a variety of tactics to convince Esposito to let her go. She pleaded with him if he really loved here. He let her leave. Grow up go to college and have a family eventually. ESPOSITO turned himself into the police though. It's unclear if he was motivated. Audited by guilt over his actions or fear of being caught either way he led the police to the hidden bunker. Freeing Katie Jonah's honest. zito demonstrated how criminals manipulate their victims while they already have them under their control. But how do they gain a potential victims trust in the first place in our next clip from serial killers. We'll examine the tactics of lust murderer Fritz harmon or the Werewolf of Hanover. Harman killed at least twenty four men from nineteen eighteen to nineteen twenty four. All between the ages of ten and twenty two to lure his victims comes in he sometimes offered them assistance or accommodations. Several of the young men he murdered. Runaways this made them especially vulnerable all to harmon strategic kindness. He brought them home to his apartment supplied them with food and drink that once. They're guard was completely down on. He savagely attacked them after getting away clean for the second time new confidence suffused Harman's bloodlust. So when he met seventeen year old Wilhelm Shilpa that Hanover Station in nineteen twenty three four weeks after killing Fritz Frank thinker. He couldn't help but approach the boy by now. Harmon had a practice routine for finding suitable victims. He often patrolled Hanover station under the guise is a police officer. Searching for vulnerable. Boys shoots was a young writer who had just run away from home and this made him an easy target for Harman. Harmon had impersonated a police officer and pretended to lend a sympathetic ear to the boys troubles. He offered shelter place to stay into warm meal. She'll she'll say eagerly accepted the offers and followed Harmon to his apartment. The room was small but spotless. After nearly getting caught for the murder of frank just weeks prior harmon had scrubbed every inch in fact he had been scrubbing the place with harsh chemicals so often that other tenants in the house had complained to to the landlord a widow named Elizabeth Angle but harmon had long ago explained angle that he was very particular about his cleaning habits and she saw no the reason to bother a tenant for keeping room tidy besides Harmon was charming angle liked him. His charm also allowed him to urge young boys like Schulte Tsa into his bed given his pleasant friendly manner Harmon was always able to get close to his victims without making them uncomfortable in these situations. Sounds harmonised specially like to ask victims about their families. This line of questioning seemed reasonable. Coming from a police officer but Harman's true goal was anything thing but noble. He needed to know if anyone would come looking for the boy. According to Harman he didn't always feel of violent urge to kill the boys. He brought back to his apartment apartment. In some cases harmon kept young men around as errand boys for several days. He gave them small jobs or meals until they stopped coming around other times he raped boys but did not kill them but unfortunately for Schulte his answers made harmon confident that no one would question this show his disappearance harmon pounced. He grabbed shelter by the throat and held him down. He raped him and in the midst of the attack. Sunk his his teeth into Schultz's Adam's apple this episode of serial killers killers further details Fritz Harman's six year reign of terror as the butcher of Hanover. But during that time the police couldn't help but notice the sharp spike in the number burrup missing boys at teenagers. His crimes were eventually uncovered when the bones from his victims started popping up around town in rivers and fields fields when harmon was arrested. Police discovered stacks of young men's clothing in his apartment after killing them. He sold off their possessions for extra cash. Rush at the end his thriftiness. What's his downfall? Every part of Fritz Harman's interaction with victim served a purpose from where he hunted did to how we approach them to be killed them. He was entirely calculated in his manipulations. But for some criminals their actions aren't so nearly deliberate. Rather their manipulations are encouraged by their own dilutions. Our final clip from female criminals covers convicted murderer. Diane Downs Diane grew up in a strict religious household feeling unloved. She searched for ways to fill that hole her entire life live. She finally thought she found the one in Lewiston. Maine carried on a series of fair for the better part of nineteen eighty. Two but Louis was concerned by some Diane's behavior. She needed his constant attention affection. She also lied about everything. Spinning whatever stories necessary very to keep him close to her. Eventually he broke off the affair and went back to wife. Diane was devastated so in May of Nineteen eighty-three. She devised a plan to win back. If she made herself a victim he would have to come back to her. Just save her sadly she involved her three young children in the plot making them victims as well one night. Diane took the kids out for a drive then she she staged of violent carjacking on the night of the shooting. May Nineteenth Nineteen eighty-three detective. -tective Doug Welsh Interview Diane at McKenzie Willamette Hospital Welsh was the responding officer that night and this was his first homicide case. Diane Diane told Welsh that she and her children had gone to visit her friend and Mark Cola a nearby town in Oregon on their way home. She decided to take a longer the route that was more scenic even though it was growing dark as she drove her three sleeping children down old Mohawk road a deserted country road near the Mohawk Doc River. A shaggy-haired man flagged her down making her stop the car. Diane got out to ask what he wanted and he demanded she gives him her keys his when she refused the man snapped pushed her to the side reached into the car and shot the sleeping children. Diane then pretended the throw her car. Keys in the direction of the riverbank to divert the gunman's attention they struggled for a moment and he shot her in the arm but she managed to get back in the car and race away to the hospital. Parts of the story didn't make sense to Welsh. He said quote sightseeing when it's pitch blackout. And why are the kids fatally or near ear fatally wounded and she being right handed is shot in the left arm. I mean think about it. She's the biggest threat to him. Not Three sleeping children and quote. In addition Diane's account of the events on Mohawk road were inconsistent. She told Welsh. The man was bushy-haired then said that he wore wore a ski mask. I she said that they were attacked by one man but then she said there had been two then reverted back to one. Her evolving narrative is consistent consistent with pathological lying the common symptom in those diagnosed with Histrionic personality disorder. Like Diam. The Nest is going to take over on the psychology here here and throughout the episode. Please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for the show. Thank Sammy according to Dr Mark. D Griffiths patients with HP will often lie as a way to enhance or facilitate their dramatic attention seeking behavior in this case ace with the dozens of police and doctors in the hospital focused on her. Diana adjusted her story to appear more dramatic as needed while Welsh took Diane statement. Doctors fought to save the three downs children.

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"katie beers" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Con Artists

"From the violence Winston separatist mentality of the Manson family to the all consuming codependent dynamic of the source family criminals have relied on a variety of tactics to exert control over their victims but perhaps the most fascinating methods of manipulation is one. The criminal uses on themselves. Denial and self delusion solution in our next clip from our show hostage we cover one of the most twisted cases of self delusion the abduction of Katie Beers kidnapped snapped in one thousand nine hundred ninety two nine year old Katie was kept in an underground bunker chained to the wall where she suffered sexual abuse at the hands of her neighbor. John Esposito or big John but unlike Charles Manson or Jim Baker Esposito committed his crimes out of the belief that he was helping being his victim. Katie came from an abusive home so Esposito convinced himself that showering her with gifts and affection would make Katie. Happy Infield loved Vanessa Zito's mind. He had rescued Katie from her neglectful family. And it was giving you the care and attention. She deserved but in reality already. He had trapped her in a literal hell on earth. Sometimes big John would come into the bunker to give Katie eighty food or a toy and then suddenly the blank look would appear on his face and he would rape her one clue about big. John's mental state is how long he remained in denial about sexually abusing Katie. It took more than twenty years for big John To admit he molested Katie and even then he denied raping her. If Big John Really believed he loved children it would have been hard for him to reconcile that with the obvious evidence. He was seriously harming Katie which could lead to denial psychological coping mechanism on the other hand. Win John. ESPOSITO did finally confess. He blamed his lawyers for telling him. I am not to admit to touching Katie. There is one explanation that falls somewhere between extreme denial and willful cruelty Catherine Ramsland Glenn. Phd Co author of the book inside the minds of sexual predators. Says one of the most common types of child. Predators is the quote fixated fixated child offender fixated. Child offenders are stuck at an early stage of psycho sexual development and rationalize away. They're abusive abusive children as showing affection. They may know their actions are wrong but their fixation on children overrides their moral sensibilities. So John John might have known he was hurting Katie. But because he was fixated and felt unable to stop he tried to convince himself he was actually helping her big John's grand gestures like the promise of a car and a huge amount of money on her eighteenth birthday seem like further rationalizations of this abuse. News he was able to convince himself that kidnapping and sexual abuse were actually a net benefit to his victim. The John had molested children children. Before and in those cases too he cast himself as a helpful male role model in their lives among John. ESPOSITO's victims Katie's sixteen-year-old enrolled maternal half brother John Beers.

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"katie beers" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"In our episodes on the source family. We go on to examine how Jim Jim Bakker's total control over. His followers only increased over the next two years. Eventually their numbers surged to over one hundred fifty people but when a run in with the authorities in Los Angeles forced the cult of Fleet Hawaii Baker or father yoed met his end in a fatal hang gliding accident in nineteen seventy five for some. It was death as glorious as Baker's life but for others. It was a shocking wakeup call. They realized is that for years. Baker had manipulated them but leaving he was guiding them to total enlightenment and intern. His followers had blindly obeyed his every every whim. But what happens when a criminal deludes themselves into believing that they're heinous actions are truly in the best interest up there victim coming up. We discussed the horrifying kidnapping case of Katie Beers and explore the power of self manipulation from the violence and separatist mentality of the Manson family to the all consuming assuming codependent dynamic of source. Family criminals have relied on a variety of tactics to exert control over their victims. But perhaps the most fascinating dating method of manipulation is one the criminal uses on themselves denial and self delusion in our next clip from our show hostage we cover one of the most twisted cases of self delusion the abduction of Katie Beers kidnapped in nineteen ninety two nine year old Katie was kept in an underground bunker chain to the wall where she suffered sexual abuse at the hands of her neighbor. John Esposito or big John but unlike Charles Manson or Jim Baker Esposito committed his crimes out of the belief that he was helping his victim. Katie came from an abusive home. So I'm convinced himself. That showering her with gifts and affection would make Katie happy and feel loved. BANESPA ZITO's mind. He had rescued. You'd Katie from her neglectful family and it was giving you the care and attention. She deserved but in reality he had trapped her in a literal hell on earth. Sometimes big John would come into the bunker and to give Katie food or toy and then suddenly the blank look look would appear on his face and he would rape her one clue about big. John's mental state is how long he remained in denial about sexually abusing Katie. It took took more than twenty years for big John To admit he molested Katie and even then he denied raping her. If Big John Really believed he loved children it would have been hard for him to reconcile that with the obvious evidence. He was seriously harming Katie which could lead to denial a psychological coping mechanism. Awesome on the other hand when John Pazuto did finally confess. He blamed his lawyers for telling him not to admit to touching Katie. There is one explanation explanation that falls somewhere between extreme denial and willful cruelty Catherine Ramsland. Phd Co author of the book inside the minds. Signs of sexual predators says one of the most common types of child. Predators is the quote fixated child offender fixated child. L. Defenders are stuck at an early stage of psycho sexual development and rationalize away. They're abusive children as showing affection. They may no their actions are wrong. But their fixation on children overrides their moral sensibilities so John might have known he was hurting Katie. But because he was fixated and felt unable to stop he tried to convince himself he was actually helping her big John's grand gestures like the promise of a car car and a huge amount of money on her eighteenth birthday seemed like further rationalizations of this abuse. He was able to convince himself that kidnapping napping and sexual abuse were actually a net benefit to his victim. John had molested children. Before and in those cases too he cast himself as is a helpful male role model in their lives. Among John esposito's victims Katie's sixteen year old maternal half brother John Beers.

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"katie beers" Discussed on Cults

Cults

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Cults

"In our episodes on the source family. We go on to examine how Jim Bakker's acres total control over. His followers only increased over the next two years. Eventually their numbers surged to over one hundred fifty people but when a run in with the authorities in Los Angeles forced the cult of Fleet Hawaii Baker or father yoed met his end in fatal hang gliding accident in nineteen seventy. I five for some. It was a death as glorious as Baker's life but for others it was shocking wakeup call. They realized that that for years Baker had manipulated them believing he was guiding them to total enlightenment and in turn his followers had blindly obeyed his every swim but what happens when a criminal delude themselves. into believing that they're heinous actions are truly in the best interest up there. The victim coming up. We discussed the horrifying kidnapping case of Katie Beers and explore the power of of self manipulation from violence and separatist mentality of the Manson family to the all consuming codependent dynamic of the source family criminals have relied on a variety of tactics to exert control over their victims but perhaps the most fascinating method of manipulation is one. The criminal uses on themselves denial and self delusion in our next clip from our show hostage we cover one of the most twisted cases of self delusion the abduction of Katie Beers kidnapped in nineteen ninety two nine year old Katie was kept in underground bunker chain to the wall where she suffered sexual abuse at the hands of our neighbor. John S zero or big John but unlike Charles Manson or Jim Baker Esposito committed his crimes out of the belief but he was helping his victim. Katie came from an abusive home so so esposito convinced himself that showering her with gifts and affection would make Katie happy and feel loved the Nesper. ZITO's mind he had rescued Katie Eighty from her neglectful family. And it was giving your the care and attention. She deserved but in reality he had trapped her in a literal Hell L. on earth. Sometimes big John would come into the bunker to give Katie food or toy and then suddenly the blank look would appear on his face and he would rape her one clue about big. John's mental state is how long he remained in denial about sexually abusing Katie. It took more within twenty years for big John To admit he molested Katie and even then he denied raping her. If Big John Really believed he loved children it it would have been hard for him to reconcile that with the obvious evidence he was seriously harming Katie. Which could lead to denial a psychological coping mechanism on the other hand when John Esposito did finally confess? He blamed his lawyers for telling him not to admit to touching Katie. There is one explanation. A nation that falls somewhere between extreme denial and willful cruelty Catherine Ramsland. Phd Co author of the book inside the minds of of sexual predators. Says one of the most common types of child predators is the quote fixated child offender fixated child offenders. Offenders are stuck at an early stage of psycho sexual development and rationalize away. They're abusive children as showing affection. They may know their our actions are wrong but their fixation on children overrides their moral sensibilities so John might have known he was hurting Katie. But because he was fixated fixated and felt unable to stop. He tried to convince himself he was actually helping her big John's cran gestures like the promise of a car car and a huge amount of money on her eighteenth birthday seem like further rationalizations of this abuse. He was able to convince himself that kidnapping being in sexual abuse were actually a net benefit to his victim. Big John had molested children. Before and in those cases too he cast himself as a helpful male role model in their lives. Among John esposito's victims Katie's sixteen year old maternal half brother John Beers.

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"katie beers" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Female Criminals

"From the violence separatist mentality of the Manson family to the all consuming codependent dynamic. The source family criminals have relied on a variety variety of tactics to exert control over their victims but perhaps the most fascinating method of manipulation is one the criminal uses on themselves. Denial and self delusion in our next clip from our show hostage we cover one of the most twisted cases of self-delusion. The abduction have Katie Beers kidnapped in nineteen ninety-two nine year old. Katie was kept in an underground bunker chain to the wall where she suffered sexual who abuse at the hands of her neighbor. John Zito or big John but unlike Charles Manson or Jim Baker esposito committed his crimes out out of the belief that he was helping his victim. Katie came from an abusive home so Esposito convinced himself that showering her with gifts and affection in would make Katie happy and feel loved the Nesper. ZITO's mind he had rescued Katie from her neglectful family. And it was giving your the care and attention. She deserved served but in reality he had trapped her in a literal hell on earth. Sometimes big John on would come into the bunker and to give Katie food or a toy and then suddenly the blank look would appear on his face and he would rape her. One clue about big. John's John's mental state is how long he remained in denial about sexually abusing Katie. It took more than twenty years for big John To admit he molested Katie and even then and he denied raping her. If Big John Really believed he loved children it would have been hard for him to reconcile that with the obvious evidence. He was seriously harming Katie which could lead to denial a psychological coping mechanism on the other hand when John Zito did finally confess. He blamed aimed his lawyers for telling him not to admit to touching Katie. There is one explanation that falls somewhere between extreme denial and willful cruelty alty Catherine Ramsland. Phd Co author of the book inside the minds of sexual predators says one of the most common types of child. Predators editors is the quote fixated child offender fixated child offenders are stuck at an early stage of psycho sexual development and rationalize away their abuse of children as showing affection they may know their actions are wrong but their fixation on children overrides their moral moral sensibilities so John might have known he was hurting Katie but because he was fixated and felt unable to stop. He tried to convince himself if he was actually helping her big John's grand gestures like the promise of a car and a huge amount of money on her eighteenth. Birthday seem like further rationalizations of this abuse. He was able to convince himself. The kidnapping and sexual abuse were actually a net benefit to his victim. Big John had molested children. Before and in those cases too he cast himself as a helpful male role model in their lives among John. Busy does victims. Atoms Katie's sixteen year old maternal half brother John Beers.

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"katie beers" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Hostage

"In our episodes on the source family. We go on to examine how Jim Bakker's total control over. His followers only increased over the next x two years. Eventually their numbers surged to over one hundred fifty people but when a run in with the authorities in Los Angeles forced the cult of Fleet Hawaii I baker or father yoed met his end in a fatal hang gliding accident in one thousand nine hundred ninety five for some. It was a death as Gloria says Baker's life but for others. It was shocking wakeup call. They realized that for years Baker had manipulated them believing he was is guiding them to total enlightenment and intern. His followers had blindly obeyed his every whim but what happens when a criminal delude themselves selves. into believing that they're heinous actions are truly in the best interest of their victim coming up. We discussed the horrifying kidnapping case of Katie Beers and explore the power of self manipulation from the violence and separatist mentality of the Manson family to the all consuming codependent dynamic of the source family. Criminals have relied lied on a variety of tactics to exert control over their victims. But perhaps the most fascinating methods of manipulation is one the criminal uses on themselves. Dell's denial and self delusion in our next clip from our show hostage. We cover one of the most twisted cases of self delusion the abduction of Katie Beers kidnapped in nineteen ninety-two nine year old. Katie was kept in an underground bunker chain to the wall where she suffered separate sexual abuse at the hands of her neighbor. John Esposito or big John but unlike Charles Manson or Jim Baker Esposito committed his is crimes out of the belief that he was helping his victim. Katie came from an abusive home so esposito convinced himself. That showering her with gifts. Defection would make Katie happy and feel loved the Nesper Zito's mind. He had rescued Katie from her neglectful family. And it was giving her the care and attention unsheath deserved but in reality he had trapped her in a literal hell on earth. Sometimes big John would come into the bunker and to give Katie food or a toy and then suddenly the blank look would appear on his face and he would rape her one clue about big. John's mental state is how long he remained in denial about sexually abusing Katie. It took more than twenty years for big John To admit he molested Katie and and even then he denied raping her. If Big John Really believed he loved children it would have been hard for him to reconcile that with the obvious evidence since he was seriously harming Katie. Which could lead to denial a psychological coping mechanism on the other hand when John Esposito did finally confess? He blamed his lawyers for telling him not to admit to touching Katie. There is one explanation that fall somewhere between extreme denial and willful awful cruelty Catherine Ramsland. Phd Co author of the book inside the minds of sexual predators. Says one of the most common types of child. Predators is the quote fixated child offender fixated child offenders are stuck at an early stage of psycho sexual development element and rationalize away. They're abusive children as showing affection. They may know their actions are wrong but their fixation on children overrides hides their moral sensibilities so John might have known he was hurting Katie. But because he was fixated and felt unable to stop he tried to convince awesome self he was actually helping her big John's grand gestures like the promise of a car and a huge amount of money on her eighteenth birthday seemed like like further rationalizations of this abuse. He was able to convince himself that kidnapping and sexual abuse were actually a net benefit to his victim victim. Big John had molested children. Before and in those cases too he cast himself as a helpful male role model in their lives among John. ESPOSITO Zito's victims Katie's sixteen year old maternal half brother John Beers.

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"katie beers" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"katie beers" Discussed on Con Artists

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"katie beers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"katie beers" Discussed on The First Degree

"Months I used to think well I bet that you know whoever dumped her body was probably in those would would call us and is now gonNA come find us because they had says that the police had said you know we had found hearst of quickly they wouldn't have been able to get an ID that quickly and able to work on the case set quickly and there was no her body Hatton decomposed composed at all so in my mind that meant that we had done something that would upset this killer Thursday on CBS? Get ready to be mesmerized by the most unique and inventive new show this season from the executive producers of the good fight comes a new series evil. Evil is a mystery that examines the Line Between Science and Religion Cau- harbors plays Christian Boo Shard a forensic psychologist who is hired by a priest and training played by Mike Colter he needs her skeptical mind to help investigate the churches backlog of unexplained mysteries they they will examine claims of miracles demonic possession huntings and everything in between is that science or supernatural that is the question that they'll try to answer her the brilliance of Michael Emerson as their name assist arrival psychologist working for the dark side and after a Dave investigating kristen goes home to her four four young daughters and one very British demon he may only be in her mind but maybe not so get cozy blanket curl up on the SOFA and prepared to be surprised is in very entertained evil premier Thursday at ten PM Eastern and Pacific and nine pm central on CBS so as news of this case permeated witnesses from the night Tracy went missing started to come forward a man named James is at Dudley Parker came forward and told police that he had seen Tracy after she had left for work that night and she was even still wearing her uniform James New Tracy because he'd worked with author at a restaurant a few years back and on the night he'd seen her they were at Tom and Jerry's convenience store at a gas station on the south side of Birmingham mm-hmm he saw trees out of the store right before he did and he stood in the cashier line behind her and washed her by two quarts of Motor oil they acknowledged pitch other briefly and then she walked out and was going towards a light blue car and when James Parker left the storm self he looked toward the left and he saw saw a man in a nineteen sixty nine to nineteen seventy-one blue dots and or a Toyota and it seemed like the man was waiting on Tracy and he took a good look could him because he assumed that this was probably tracey's boyfriend was beautiful right yeah. He's like he's he said more in depth interviews like well you know I worked with her once she was is this pretty girl and I wanted to see what her husband or boyfriend. What the deal too same thing as googling absolutely people's significant others are so the following day day when James found out about tracy being murdered he calls the cops right away as he should as you always said and he gives a description of the man when he had seen that was he was waiting on Tracy? He described the person as a white male thirty to thirty two years old with dark with dark hair worn in a ponytail. Now the police had something to go on and they had a place. It's a start looking for clues. which was Tom and Jerry's gas station right so the police go to Tom and Jerry's and they speak to employees there? In that employee tells them that yes us. He remembered a blonde female around twenty six who was wearing a restaurant uniform coming in and asking for assistance in selecting two courts of motor oil then found Tracy's disabled Black Chevy Monte Carlo nearby on Eighteenth Street on the south side of Birmingham Immingham but before doing this even I mean the guy who worked at the gas station show them it was back in the day when you had a cash register that just spat out about the long strip of sales so we showed them like listen like it was like a dollar sixty nine for each court and they show them like this was the sale they they had a time stamp. I mean it corroborated exactly with this other witness that said Brench made him very credible and made them believe the account of the person tracy swift even more after they found Tracy's car mechanic inspected the vehicle and found that it had about starter and that you know once it was cranked fuel would run out of the fuel pump and the engine would stop running in that they also found that the car was to courts over overfilled with motor oil they ask Tracy's family about this in the dodd in this. It's heartbreaking because it reminds me of my dad because every time I have a problem with my car I call my dad but that said you know I. The one thing I taught tracy was how to fill her own oil and it's the only thing she knew how to do so. If there was something wrong with a car she thought she was out of oil or low and oil and it just wouldn't something wrong with her car. She had to be oil the oil she wouldn't she got oil and she tried to rethought herself and it was like the car was to courts over like car is fine but she's like Oh. My Dad taught me it's oil we all and she tried it. Just breaks breaks my heart so police were canvassing this entire area and they've he then eventually found two empty quarts of oil. Will you know oil cans with price labels like those in a fifty five gallon garbage can near where her car was found so at this point they're starting to piece together. A Theory Tracy left work but sometime on her drive home or car broke down. There were no cellphones back then so think about this your only choice as a woman. Your car breaks down to accept help from a stranger or do I walk somewhere. That's that's terrifying. It's terrifying. Those are your only choices both would be considered now probably a high risk choice. You don't have another choice at at that time so those were her choices and basically they believed a stranger picked her up offered to help her brought her to buy oil and then went back to her car with oil when the car still didn't start this stranger offered to drive her home in sometime between then because they know the oil went into her car because her car was to courts overfilled so they know that she made it back to her car but sometime hi between then and when she was supposed to be driven home she disappeared so they have a good theory and they believe that that's when she was killed over handful of weeks leaks James Parker assisted in making a composite drawing of the man that he saw he reviewed hundreds of photos of mugshot books and accompanied members of the sheriff's department on several several occasions to southside nightspots attempt to spot the man that he had seen on the night of the murder gyms Pirker was even put under hypnosis no says to try and shake some loose memories or identifiers of the suspect from that night but nothing ended up working and we've talked about this before another episodes but you know something that I despise was was starting to come into this investigation and it was. I think it's important for this episode. It's another thing it's eighty six to to to put us in the correct time understood this was commonplace. We saw Austin Katie Beers was like this was big in Katie bears like helping to solve it and this was later than this the only reason why I like it it is in the sense and what we're talking about. Everybody is we're talking about psychics and I don't believe in it but what it does for for me what I what the only reason why I think it's okay is because it gives the local press another thing to write about and keep keep it in the consciousness. Keep it keep it in the news cycle. Oh a psychic came and whatever and you know it's it's pretty much denounced right now l. but you're right Alexis in the eighties. It was like Oh a psychic came in and they were they were using psychics back in Boston Strangler. They yeah I coming back in the sixties. There no doubt no doubt eighties Joe Doubt Nine these they were still doing it subsided however it was one of the top shows like long nyland museum was still topping Charts Pass twenty ten. We'll people still believe I mean of course but I'm saying like it's not it's it's crazy when you think about it. In terms of police work now but it only became like quackery and the nineties late nineties yeah so they start calling and especially given the circumstances of the case because we've got the glitter the devil worship the severe mutilation of the body and also the intense media covered so they're all coming out of the woodwork now of course because they probably feel compelled to basically they're like clairvoyance decision Asian goodness so months passed and any new leads were coming to a halt so they had nothing to go off of in terms of who or why or what or any thing else they looked for Prince. They looked for everything that they could given the limitations nations they had as far as their technology and they had nothing all they had was this little speck of glitter had been months with no movement and the investigation instigation when another bizarro psychic kind of thing came in it was November fourth when an attorney named Bob Bob Sanford called the detectives working on the case he said that his client named Tommy broadly claim to be having quote visions from God related to Tracy's murder case and he wanted to tell them all the information that he now so the next day the police met with Bradley and his attorney and the attorney said to the police Lisa Bradley would happily share whatever he knew as far as his visions. If the police would tell them why he was being followed the police were super puzzled by him because he was not being followed especially not by them and the police at this point. We're thinking that WHO's probably suffering from a mental illness possibly experiencing some kind of a paranoia so they did a cursory interview but nothing this guy was saying was really holding weight and he also didn't share any info that wasn't already publicly accessible by the news and the media right and you see this a lot when you find for example. If if there's a child found you've got like two hundred people coming forward claiming to be they're lost mother. I mean for some reason when when these kind of cases that are highly controversial come into the spotlight it resonates with and especially back then to remember. We're talking about the eighties before the Internet before everything you see it a little bit to see it lasts now back then though l. when things weren't Google Bulla whatever you would have people that would try to inject themselves into the store taste.

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"katie beers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

12:56 min | 2 years ago

"katie beers" Discussed on The First Degree

"So more stuff comes to light when Paul Freedman of big brothers and sisters of Suffolk County came forward award with some really infuriating information so he shared a story about Esposito and he said an eighty eight esposito apply to become a big brother he went to the orientation mutation session but he was told that he's going to have to undergo a police background check and then. He said that it would was going to turn up a conviction so Esposito said all right while you're gonNA do a background. Check on me but just to let you know it's going to turn up this conviction a one thousand nine hundred seventy eight abduction case and we are the abduction happened in seventy seven the he pled to Lesser Charleston Seventy and he said that <hes> that it was actually carried out by his twin brother and his twin brother was using his name's. WHO's like it's not me? It's the twin brother and remember one of the big things and crime. It's never twins so <hes> Friedman said we became suspicious rightfully so and then rejected him then in nineteen ninety bayshore resident call the big brothers organization and said that they had taken a flyer posted a supermarket by Mr Esposito and here's what the flyers said so Esposito actually went to a supermarket and posted. I'm a long island big brother. If you you have a son who you think needs a man's influence I may be able to volunteer my time. Everybody needs a man in his life and he said he had been abroad big brother for more than ten years and had quote character references and Friedman reported reported this to the police Esposito actually advertised again in the penny saver bold bald the penny saver such a public your lie. It's one thing that flyer you could be like no awesome me up like to put it in a newspaper. Remember though he's doing this in the late eighties early ninety s what's what's not around though yeah the Internet's not around yeah he would be all over the Internet. Now you know this is a guy that would be we end up on to catch a predator. He's worse so then in December he would have killed Katie. I really believe that eventually eventually yeah because that's usually what happens you thank you do either right yeah you spice seven room yeah or you died from neglect or potentially what he was waiting for was for able maybe escape with her but <hes> yeah I mean what they did was. They just sat out there. It was a waiting game it was they they they just leaned on him so hard that he eventually broke and they knew they knew what they were doing. They had no idea that she was going to be in the house. They thought I I think they thought she was dead. This data wants to know where she was and we're her body was right so it's American we found out that she was alive. This was a big it would like like you said it was considered a miracle funny at people talked about it as it was growing up because we keep saying that like it was Susan Smith. I went to Smithtown high school so I'm from here but I was seven in ninety two. I was eight ninety three. This was so I was her age. You know this is not something I was privy to until it was older. This was uh-huh. Did they use this as a warning. Did your parents like no see that's my dad would always do that like the John Pious case with the yeah with the kid who who <hes> what they thought was that he was going to knock on some kids heads for stealing a bike and they killed them by shoving rocks down his throat and my dad by member him telling me you know don't tell on on kids. Don't don't don't put yourself in that situation because of that so every story the the the I mean 'cause that was at a high school. That was an elementary school out my in my school district Dogwood elementary is behind it as where it happened and it was like our neighboring elementary school and it's like it's a story everybody knows and it's like one of those town urban legends you know but it is so much worse than that yeah yeah. That's the truth of that story I mean is yeah and then so we had that story and then we also had the rookie casio stuff from northport which is also on the north of Long Island which was the satanic quote unquote. Satanic murders turns out it was L._S._D.. Think bad but <hes> you know long island was a messed up place. This long island is Long Island was what Florida is today is still messed up and that's for another time okay that was a very cute long island nostalgic tangent but like let's get back act this big brother thing and because there was even more like everybody was sort of on him as far as big brother facade so there are actually been a time that Merlin Beers had contacted Mr Friedman with the brothers and sisters with concerns about out John Esposito the in December of ninety-one Maryland Beers contacted Friedman saying that Esposito had been involved with her son for about seven years and asking if he was actually a registered big brother and Friedman said I told her no he's not a big brother and he said he then referred the case over to the sex crimes unit of Suffo- county police but he was told that there's not much that they could do so. Let's get back to the hero and the story Katie Beers after her rescue gifts were flowing in from across the country including money raggedy end-all stuffed bears school supplies.

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"katie beers" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

15:22 min | 2 years ago

"katie beers" Discussed on The First Degree

"Jack was talking to me earlier when we were doing research about how could happen that so many people could notice that something was wrong and not do anything in what I mean we reference actually this in a really sick way. We were talking about the final episode of Seinfeld's where Elaine Lane Kramer George and Jerry C._A.. Guy Being harassed on the road and they kind of mock him and they don't do anything because they assume somebody else well yeah. It's a little worse than that and that episode but I think we can all understand this idea that like if you hear someone screaming aiming outside in a lot of people are like Oh my God. Did you hear about you think someone else is going to the kitty. Kitty genevieve's case where where they said it was thirty eight people who heard it wasn't exactly thirty eight but you know who would pick up the phone and who would run down there when the hurt somebody in this apartment complex screaming for help you know the Seinfeld episode was trying to show how many people there though I of course yeah and then really but you know it's considered the bad finale but if you think of it this way I loved it too if you think of it as they die in the plane crash because it was a plane crash a plane going down if they die and then that's actually them trying to the they're you're getting into heaven. They're trying to get into heaven and this is this is their purgatory and they have all these people come forward and say how horrible they are. You think of it that way actually like the episode it's kind of like then that kind of makes it lost. I didn't interpreted it like that in either. They went to jail L. A. Year anyways. It's like the bystanders syndrome where it's like you if there is so many other people around you're just GonNa assume that somebody else is GonNa take responsibility for something. Especially the abuses that obvious obviously it was noticing that Katie was being neglected or abused and there are so many obvious signs so surely somebody else would say something like family member someone you saw the because I was home from college at the time because it was December ninety two and and you would see her you know her her face on the cover of Newsday was going to cover the newspapers and you see it and she just she had that sort of half smile of somebody that I mean you never wanna say that either WanNa projector say oh the person is scared or something like that but you could just tell there is something just not right and then you would see the people that were surrounded by her and you'd hear these interviews with this John esposito character and this sal guy and it just everything just felt wrong about one and then just the and and and troubling about the case and my dad I remember I mean this was this was it was everywhere and I just remember my dad just like watching this over and over again and you know as it was unfolding as the police police were were constantly doing tons of searches and all these different areas his chunks and the media and everything started camping outside on our flock and we were watching the news I remember being in living room <hes> they say something and my parents were watching the news and we saw a house three doors down upon so we recognize it and learns of the story and House.

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Kidnapping survivors react to Jayme Closs' escape

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Kidnapping survivors react to Jayme Closs' escape

"It became a child. Trauma expert and former kidnapping victim says Jamie, close will need the support of friends and family and control over how. And when she speaks about her three month ordeal, Katie beers. And Elizabeth smart kidnapped his children and say, survivors can recover and live. Happy lives. Jamie approached a stranger Thursday after escaping from a remote cabin in northern Wisconsin. Police arrested a twenty one year old man who they killed Jamie's parents and kidnapped the

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"katie beers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"katie beers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Number three for me jody mac going in forever and robertson is saturday morning on the fan chatting you up on the nba we mixed they've got a couple of nhl calls already certainly matching yankees yankees off the big win last night mink played you the cut did you see that judge made last night holy mackerel the t have a gun scary arm on aaron judge and i think i've told this story before here on the fan lou matt carlos john hanging out get you guys in the second we'll get back to the phones you know my father's still scouts he at age let's he's turning damn couple of weeks he's gonna turn eighty eight so at age eighty seventy still scouting de far to state lake stay sees the not traveling across the country are doing any of that anymore does all his gathering va's car and drives around the state of florida crashes in hotels when he's gotta go over to the week east coast because he's on the west side but still does florida state scoring scouting and major league scouting in spring training during the month of march he gets out and watches major league team trials reports for the red sox he he gave me a heads up on judge coming to the yankee system when he was at tampa couple years ago and said jodi this kid is massive he's got an unbelievable power which is a given because he is so large but he's also got a damn good i he can drive the ball to the other field and by the way he's a good above average outfielder and he's got a a rocket of an arm so i came here on a pan and translated my father scouting report i believe that and told yankee fan you've got a really good one coming in this judge katie beer for a couple of years but when he gets to your holy macro he's gonna hit monster home runs yankee stadium so when he gets advanced out of tampa the next year he's in trenton silent down relatively early in the season not down actually up from me i live south of trenton but i can be there in two thousand five minutes try went up to watch him play the yankee whatever they they're probably the tampa yankees at the time nor the.

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"katie beers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"katie beers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Of some team and what happens when you walk in a locker room we all this has we walk in a lack of when we all assume roles if you gotta if he if is a guy he's not there you need to be energy guy you a daddy becoming energy guy if it's a lack of leadership you step up star be a more vocal we all the solar roles we step in a room we we we see where we avoid earth and we we we we adapt and we use those rolls because at some point to be a professional athlete we've all had to play different roles depending on the time whether you a rookie or or a freshman ego to a saw more dan leaders the starred graduating off a detainee you have to sumo's rose rather is in your a eu team we all five we all play certain roles of different roles at different times so katie beer a yet he came but he had to figure out how to be a leader his way i don't think he's ever been asked to do this before brennan and silver but but this is what the axe four brendan when i your power protecting that's what by russia preventing us all these other sports hardcore players occupier fight sharpton march they don't kick knocked off we take nights of their injured all this my knee rotation i'm exhausted own well they make too much money they have to now you know that it's completely different sports you you'd have to know sit in the report blog a spectator you're you're you're you're paying to see the point of what what am i do he capable of a million lights off the patrick ewing shift down because she was fired a timeshare worth knowing with people you stress in my of now they do they're spoil it abroad all players you can like patrick ewing honestly if you could give him a lie detector truth serum or whatever it asked would you rather have.

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"katie beers" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"katie beers" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Help identifying him you can go to kqed's website if tv has the story up as well i'm sure katie does too but it says all in bold letters and underlined in the next solar it says all five people are considered armed and dangerous the public should call abd immediately if seen and not and again that is an all caps bolted and underlined should not attempt to make contact with the suspects inter persons of interest if you have information call apd's fred seventy six eighty nine hundred or you can remain anonymous and call the crime stoppers advised 61 as t o p and that's a good thing they put those warnings out iran quick court view checks are just three of all there was about sixty plus court dockets odd each of them including multiple felonies for fraud theft armed robbery assault with a deadly weapon you but in fact what are the guys had a uh 2011 conviction three times armed robbery and what do you think out those were three charges of armed robbery dismiss this rafts two of them dismissed out of jail multiple felony convictions all these people should have been in jail and should not have been able to harm and kidnapped the person that they did this week i'm this is it this is crazy they beat him rebounder did they stepped emina at an animal cage so i'm guessing had like a dog carrier something yeah and he they even dropped him off at the hospital that way unbelieva in critical condition stabbing him through the cage riots i had no idea i it's unbelievable but ap d is asking you know if you can if you haven't signed up for next though you're not going to see that are i might be able to get it on my facebook page i'll try but you can go to katie beer kt you and see their pictures but if you see the these people do not approach them dared kpd is really worrying like i said this is the first next alive alert i've seen where the description is like gold did it underlined in all camps telling you don't approach them so these are some dangerous folks clearly and their w further danger to the community soon it soon enough utter senegal ninetyone their minimum sentences for the crimes they been charged with a been cut in half unbelievable well you.

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