17 Burst results for "Keith Bennett"
"keith bennett" Discussed on Real Monsters
"Yet bennett and bennett. I don't think they ever found his body to this day. I believe that's true that they had the Brady and in and naira tried to take them and find the spot but they never did and you know things change over time landscapes change memories. Change And yeah they. They tried to. They tried to help the authorities locate his body that they never did. Yep which that was. Nineteen sixty four with keith bennett. He was actually abducted while walking to his grandmother's so there's substantial cooling off periods going on here six months a year. Roughly roughly four. I'm brady although. I don't think we should discount here. That henley was getting sexually aroused by watching in get sexually aroused. I think to some degree with that. To how do they keep their interest level up for six months. You know if buried bodies you can't just go out and revisit them so easily right. Yeah you know. That's a good question. I mean it could be just that. His neuro chemical makeup says that that is the schedule that he would need to do it over. Yeah it would be like he would feel you know fulfilled satisfied for a long period after one occurrence. Yeah although it could also be the other side of this stat. We know that they did was stay. Took a lot of pictures which could titled them over for that because that actually gets into their last victim well last before evans who got them caught and that was ten year old. Lesley anne down who was of ducted at a fair and with this one. They didn't just photograph this poor child in various bondage poses. They also took an audio tape recorder throughout everything that they did and be a transcript of. That tape is online. Now i could do without. I figured we kinda had read it. Which is why. I sent it to ya.
"keith bennett" Discussed on Women and Crime
"This was definitely based on the police account and then myers account. But it's also alleged but not proven that. Myra participated in the sexual assault on pauline as well. That information didn't come 'til much later and that could not be corroborated later on. I'm not sure about this. Ian had the sadistic tendencies already and he had been accustomed to harming people. I think that this was mirus first. Introduction and by the way by all accounts she was actually excited to help him and she was excited to be a part of this not like scared. But i'm not sure on the first go if she would have participated in this so i think i would take this one with a grain of salt this their first victim their next victim a young boy twelve year old. John gilbride now long after quickly. This happened all in a two year period. Which is kind of quick because we're talking about five victims of the end so for serial offenders. Two years five victims is somewhat quick. He was lord by the couple to the car after coming out of a movie to the cinema by himself and with my renton the car again. He was probably not too afraid. This was a different again. A different time tight knit community. People were certainly more trusting. You knew your neighbors. John was then unfortunately There's going to be similar pattern. He was taken out to the moors and led by his death and returned after about a half an hour explaining that he had strangled the boy with a shoelace because his knife broken him. Yeah this is i mean. There's a brutal crimes their next victim the victim number. And myra wasn't didn't take part in that myra did not take. We don't know for sure. I will say that we are going to know for sure. One of the crimes at meyer took pardon. She admittedly freely admitted that she was an accomplished. She planned it. She drove but she would say that she did not take part you separate with the end. Give him his space to do what he was going to do. Their next victim was twelve year. Old keith bennett again. Using the same modus operandi keefe was coaxed in the vehicle. Keith was actually walking the short distance from his mother's house to his grandmother's house in the local neighbourhood. He was taken to the more henley followed behind him this time but she stood as lookout while brady sexually assaulted and then murdered the boy in the moors and they left his body..
"keith bennett" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"He all you weirdos. Welcome to crime countdown. Spotify original from podcast. I'm ash and i'm alina. Every week will highlight ten. Fascinating stories of history's most engaging and unsettling crimes all picked by the park cast research. God this episode. We are counting down the top ten solved cold case disappearance. This is amazing. Because when it comes to closure i need it. A craven I desire it necessary cold cases stress. Me oh i know. I feel like i just have a loop of cold case constantly going through my head that i need to solve with you. Yes with with you together. We will solve by myself. We're gonna do it yourself and you know what the worst kinds are. The ones like Ian brady and myra hindley Like we know they did it. Yeah but they refuse to give a grieving family closure to locate their murder child. It's awful because like keith bennett. On saddleworth more in ian just loved going to his grave just withholding exactly where he is so messed up and it drives me nuts but what drives me even more nuts is when people falsely confess to a cold case and really lucas. We're looking at you. Yeah it gets everybody up in a tizzy and then it just leads nowhere. I feel like it happens all the time. Like you said that. Walsh case. And then like the jon benet ramsey case s one was so frustrated it is because especially in cases where children are involved like those cases people take any confession and it. Just i think they're just gonna take it as okay. This is the end of the part of the grieving process. Just unknown and we can finally move onto like properly mourn but then it just flips around in. That person was lying. I know it's so sad. It's horrible but the good news here is that all these cases are solved. Sadly there's many disappearance cases. These ones all went cold for over twenty years until they were finally answers. Elena will be talking about five solved cold cases and so ally but neither knows what kind of closure will bring into the table. Today co falilat. So let's start the countdown. If you dear listener have big plans to start or grow a business. Consider moving to ohio where the taxes are low and the quality of life is high. There's a highly skilled and growing workforce a low cost of living and a thriving community for businesses and employees because ohio isn't built for followers. Ohio is building. Four leaders dare to learn. More at ohio is for leaders dot com. This episode is brought to you by carmax at carmax. The best way to buy a car is your way. Choose from over. Fifty thousand tarmac certified vehicles at carmax dot com and buy online or in store with curbside pickup and home delivery in select markets. Get all the details today. At carmax dot com..
"keith bennett" Discussed on WTVN
"And we're going around the horn in this age of covert nineteen where you know if you're new to the show or if you haven't heard of before typically we have you know a local brewer in for a full hour we drink their beer we talk about their beer and typically there's a a live musical guest as well so we've obviously had to modify in the age of social slash physical distancing and that's what we're doing right now so we we I just have guests on the phone right now very happy to have on the line Keith Bennett head of special projects with brewdog good evening Keith how you doing hi Dave I'm good thanks how you doing not too bad myself I just want to say Elvis juice my wife single handedly probably drains your entire supply of Elvis juice so I just wanted you to know that but the best news I've heard all week so that is between between myself and her we must be drinking this much in Columbus we live about two miles away from the canal Winchester brewer yeah so you know I don't and I drive past it every night on my way home and sad to see it it's kind of dark here but things things have not completely come to a halt to have the most right no it's not because I'm embarrassed already that really appreciated that those very good okay and we have been working away we're still cranking beer at the brewery like the the rest of the community we've obviously been helped by that the card and this is going on but we've that we've been working away behind the scenes on some on some cool projects just you know trying to help the communities that we serve in transition good thing that so can you give us a little bit of insight to some of those projects that you just alluded to there sure yes so we've been doing a couple things is the first one was the and we've been counting water for our local grocery partners we were hearing from these guys that you know they were struggling to maintain a supply of bottled water on the show and you know knowing that moment that essential products like toilet paper water and I'm trying to be difficult to fight you know hoping sites in comfort and make it easier there so we've been counting walks are and and providing at cost so close to partners of Mosul and donation it's a couple of Columbus local Columbus charges well we appreciate that and you know for people that may not know brewdog originally kind of born out of Scotland what what's going on in Scotland you know I mean I use it the same set of circumstances there is it not as bad as it worse is that the kind of the same but very much the same day yeah it's just that you know shut down tonight on the kind of looked on orders is very similar to us here in Ohio so and we we are they exactly the same over there and just doing the same thing still still getting to be ready to go straight and I during the same initiatives over there so so so are you guys still able to provide the the huge variety that we've kind of grown accustomed to from brewdog have you had to pare it down a little bit to kind of focus on the more popular stuff for no we're we're still we're still we're still dying keep your head without a range plan and move us out quite saying you releases wealth and and so we're just really want to keep it interesting for folks over there during the time to get some exciting new beers in their hand sounds really cool and then for people that don't know at the the canal Winchester location there is the the brewdog hotel which I'm sure will you know get up and running again once everything gets back to normal it anything that you could have you stayed at the hotel yourself yeah of spend the night there it was it was a very hazy memory in the Morris I thank both my and I'm very comfortable stays well so can you describe maybe just some of the the idiosyncrasies are or what you know some of the fringe benefits of of a hotel room at the to brewdog hotel yeah of course so we I mean we we wanted we wanted to be you know a beer lover's paradise and I'm for people who who really want to tell you about a great craft beer to become an experience to everywhere that you go also the the the and the basics being says that the hotel and is it shares a building with our star brewery so for the the craft beer nerds they're spending the night and not in a group which is a lot of people stream and so we have our rooms with role doors to open up and to the star beer brewery so you can set your hotel room I'm gonna watch the goings on of the degree there as well get the smells and and get all the workings of that going on as you said the job in your hotel room and we have the world's best mini bar what amazing M. and attend the breweries from around the world some of James and Martin's favorite beers we have dropped via and and the rooms that you can service so I'm also a favorite bedroom this that we have rage just in the shower so you can reach us Mr yeah the brunt of that so why don't I think that that is always the killer point when you when you know that you can grab a beer in the shower life is good so right all right well appreciate your time tonight keyboard and anything else you'd like to mention in closing about brewdog I mean I I I and I don't want to put words in your mouth but you know so many of these local craft breweries are are are there it's very micro operations blue dog is a craft breweries it's got a little bit bigger base obviously you know home bases in Scotland and you've got a a brewery in canal and a couple of taprooms around here and I'm hoping that kind of leaves you a little bit more fortified to to ride out a pandemic looks like we've got yeah I I I I we you know we the the global pandemics affecting everyone and you know it certainly helps the weeds and gone amazing team we're focused on our team I'm focused on great beers getting out of the door and making sure you know that and everyone can get some amazing beer in the house and so and that was the goal through all of that and just keep keep doing amazing things for the community and Columbus is a is a community that has welcomed us with open arms as we arrived in two thousand fifteen and we will always want to do what we can and especially given the current circumstances to begin talking to help hi there so yep we'll we'll write it through and and see the other side on keep on keep on drinking Elvis juice Israel's all right keys much appreciated and I'd say once we get over this hurdle would love to have you in you know the studio like I said typically it's a live show where we have the brewers come in we sample their beers and have some live musical entertainment stuff like that so would love to have you back Preciado all right thank you take care all right have a great weekend stay safe and stay healthy and I will get back with a couple more nuggets here to close out the six pack on newsradio six ten WTVN China really cover up the corona virus outbreak are they telling us the full truth of where the virus came from and how many of their people were really infected are they also holding back critical medical supplies now Greg Kelly reports gives the shocking answers to those questions.
"keith bennett" Discussed on WTVN
"Keith Bennett head of special projects for brewdog find out what they're up to and how their tweaking and reinventing themselves to stay relevant in the pandemic I thought that this would be a fun little nugget to throw in the meantime remember about three minutes away from your chance at a thousand Bucks to help pay some bills but governor of Nairobi Kenya faces backlash over plans to put bottles of Hennessy in corona virus care packages the governor of Nairobi Kenya has angered some of the public and has since gone viral on social media amongst amid the backlash this is after announcing that he will be adding small bottles of Hennessy to food packs that will be handed out to the city's most impoverished families in need due to the coronavirus pandemic governor Mike Sonko announced his plans past Tuesday during a media briefing quote from the research which has been kind conducted by the World Health Organization and various health organizations it has been revealed that alcohol plays a very major role in killing the corona virus or any sort of virus songo said in a clip that was later tweeted by citizen TV Kenya in response several critics commented on the post questioning is he serious and even shocked that this was a real plan the World Health Organization says that drinking alcohol does not prevent or protect against corona virus hi I do not have coronavirus boom there I've proven them wrong and how right is the World Health Organization benders all time right well what are the chances governor DeWine will introduce a like a crown royal or a Jack Daniels package well here's where the knock comes here's where the dating as according to the BBC governor Sonko has been previously accused of drug trafficking and money law all right which he has since died tonight prison authorities also claim he escaped from prison twenty years ago from a maximum security facility yeah he's the governor how did you get that's amazing I literally got to see what R. J. are you glad or sad that we don't live in Nairobi Kenya I can't make up my mind which one it is I think I'm gonna probably go with glad but come on put in a little bit of a bottle of Hennessy in a little gift pack to get you through the corona virus I mean that's genius it is I I promise you he gets reelected I guess you know you go back to that not all heroes so you know where Cape style traffic.
"keith bennett" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Be in attempting to identify the perpetrator. All of of these things are important for virtually every type of investigation. Not just computer crimes now from your perspective the time you spent in all those investigations. It's the are are there areas where you think People are generally falling. Short media have General advice from from the time you spent on the inside of or those sorts of investigation. Things that people should be doing that. Perhaps there overlooking I think without fail it's leadership's inability or unwillingness to you. Give it the funding and the priority that is needed is typically not funded well not staffed with experts. Because they don't want to pay I four experts and then they're victimized and they and they wonder why and you can see this play out across. I mean just read the papers and you'll see the people with the very best. Cyber Security Posture with the best staff are typically those who a few years earlier encountered huge breaches reaches and lost. You know hundred millions of dollars in In brand value because of a very public breaches unfortunately people are waiting until until there is a breach until their customers are victimized until their brand is damaged before taking a cybersecurity. Seriously you know I I've I've heard in conversations I've had with other folks at the FBI that A lot of times it's been their experience means that people are hesitant to reach out to the FBI or law enforcement that You know they're embarrassed or they don't want the publicity but did you have any insights. There is is that is a good line of thinking or should they overcome that and reach out. Well I think they should overcome it and reach out but FBI hasn't helped helped itself by those companies. Who Do reach out? There is often times you know public exposure of the information so oh happy I need to do better at protecting the companies that are coming forward and the companies need to. I think come forward more often so both are at fault there. I think one thing that companies can do more of that. They're not doing is reaching out to their victims For example we talked about genesis and and the malware collecting all of these user names and passwords. While right now what customers will do is just reset the password. Well aw that's kind of a fool's errand because there's malware on the victim's computer the bad actor will just get the new password once the Mauer collects it so the better course of action is to reach out to the victim and say. Hey you have now. I wonder if you've computers. You know we'd like to get a copy of it so that we can understand it. We'd like to know. Did you click on any links recently. Did you get any phishing emails or text messages. There's a lot of intelligence that could be gathered simply by reaching out to these victims. But nobody's doing it. They're just continuing to reset passwords. And and I hope that you know the victim is protected. Our thanks to our thanks to Dan Woods from shape security for joining us thanks to juniper networks for sponsoring our show you can learn more at juniper dot net slash security or connect with them on twitter or facebook and thanks to unveil for their sponsorship. You can find out how they're closing the last gap and data security at N Vail Dot Com. The cyber cyber wire research. Saturday is proudly produced in Maryland out of the startup studios of data tribe. Where they're co- building the next generation of cybersecurity teams and technology? The coordinating producer has Jennifer. Ivan are amazing. Cyber wire team is Stefan vizier. Kelsey Bond Tim. Dr Joe Kerrigan Carol. -Tario Nick Valenki Keith. Bennett Mo- Chris. Russell John Patrick Peter Kilby. And I'm Dave Bittner. Thanks for listening.
"keith bennett" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Myra was having difficulty reading. She clutched the papers in front of her. Eyes is but the words blurred on the page. She blinked an attempted to focus. She knew every word of what she'd written but she had to be sure. This stack of papers was the key to her escape. A spasm ran from her chest down to the very tips of her fingers. She was used to chest. Pains this bland. Prison Diet was barely fit for human consumption and definitely wasn't doing her any good but these pangs four something far worse than indigestion. She gritted her teeth. She was so close she couldn't fall ill now oh not. When she was so near Freedom Myra was still upright when the prison guards found her they could tell from her shivering and barely suppressed whimpers that she was not well staying as calm as she could? She told them that she wanted to see the warden. She he had something to give him. The guards escorted her out. But instead of going to the warden's office they led her to an ambulance before four. They shut the door. She forced her statement into one of the guards hands. MIRA's breath rasped in and out every inhalation. Shen grew harder and harder today. The drive to West Suffolk Hospital felt far longer than the usual twenty minutes. The road stretched out behind the ambulance into the darkness. Myra found herself thinking back to the night when it began when her our life took. Its inexorable turn thirty nine years earlier. Myra hadn't thought she would end up in prison. All she wanted wanted to do was appeased the man she loved and what he wanted was to commit the perfect murder. It was a strange night. The first time they killed someone Myra drove the van Ian was behind her on his motorbike when he spotted the perfect target he'd flash flashes headlights and she would pull over. Myra turned onto Gorton Lane. The street was strangely quiet. A girl oral came into sight just ahead of them on the sidewalk. She must have been only eight years old behind her. Brady's lights flashed Myra grip the steering wheel and took a deep breath in the girl grew in her view until they were practically alongside her and and then mirus breath caught in her throat. She knew this girl. Her parents lived next door to Myers mother. Myra pressed pressed her foot on the accelerator and drove past the child. Who did not even look up? Myra looked to the rear view mirror. Ian Headlights were still there. She couldn't see his expression through the glare. She hoped he wouldn't be mad. He had to understand if they knew the victim The murder could be traced back to them. It would not be the perfect crime. She was sure would understand. And if he didn't Myra would face his wrath not this little girl Myra ambulance came to a sudden stop shaking her out of her memory and back into the horrible present where she could barely breathe. As far as she knew Ian was still in Ashworth she. She was determined to outlive him. He had killed her chance of parole years earlier but he would not stop her this time. Not once the warden saw what she had written she would be free inside the hospital. This thought kept upped. Her going she lost track of time. Had it been days or weeks. Doctors came and went in a hazy blur they poked poked and prodded and then they were joined by a priest. When Myra saw him her blood ran cold he was there to give her? Last rites up next Myra Hindley sentence comes is to an end. Hey friend I want to tell you about the new three dollar little John from Jimmy Johns a skinny mini version of any original sandwich for only three bucks. It's littler than a regular sandwich which is perfect if you're not super hungry or if you WANNA try a couple of different sandwiches bore if you like bragging that your lunch only cost three dollars order at three dollar Littlejohn at Jimmy. John's dot com or with the Jimmy John's APP participating locations taxes delivery fees. Extra now back to the story on November Fifteenth Eighteenth. Two Thousand and two sixty year old. Myra Hindley died in West Suffolk Hospital. She'd been admitted earlier that day for respiratory issues as she was escorted from her prison she handed over a series of handwritten documents to one of the guards they were an exhaustive catalogue catalogue of physical and psychological abuses Ian Brady. Her former lover had inflicted upon her to force her to aid him in the Moors murderers murderer's she hoped it would persuade justice to commute her life sentence. It was not the first time Henley had attempted to secure her own freedom. But it would be the last the Moors murderers were one of the most notorious serial killings in British history. Sorry between one thousand nine hundred sixty three and nineteen sixty five Ian Brady and Myra Hindley kidnapped five miners ranging from ten into seventeen years old. All of them were later killed and at least four of them were sexually assaulted by Brady. Henley's involvement in the killings remained unclear. Even after both of the killers had been caught Hindley maintained that Brady did the actual killing for for her part. She merely lured and trapped the miners however during the trial. A sixteen minute tape recording of one of their victims was was played in it. Were the voices of the victim. Brady and Myra Hindley as well. The recording indicated that Hindley treated the victim with callous disdain similar to that of her partner who she insisted was the true mastermind. Myra Hindley was subsequently sequentially known by the press as the most evil woman in Britain during her time in prison. She attempted to convince the public that she had reformed and felt guilt for her actions but her frequent attempts to shorten her release were unsuccessful Brady Eighty e even wrote the Home Secretary to thwart her efforts for an early release it appeared there was no love lost between them. Correspondence between Hindley and Brady ceased in nineteen seventy one and Henley began a relationship with a female warden in her prison forensic psychologist Just doctor Chris Cowley interviewed in Brady and number of times over the years when asked how a couple could get away with these kinds of murders in the nineteen sixties. He's he said. In nineteen sixties Britain. People did not kidnap and murder children for fun it was simply beyond the realms of most most people's comprehension and this is why they managed to get away with it for so long. The body of their third victim. Keith Bennett has never been found. It's believed he's buried somewhere in the Moore's but without either brady or Hindley to guide searches. Finding the the body seems practically impossible..
"keith bennett" Discussed on Murder Minute
"McGill to sleep in the guest room of his New Jersey home. He stayed with gal fi the next night as well and alleges that on the second night, Galthie drugged and raped him. And he fought back in self-defense gal fi was found dead, the next day after failing to report to work, and investigators found information on golfie cell. Phone linking him to McGill, who had written a post on his Facebook page, claiming that he had been assaulted. Police apprehended McGill re at a Starbucks in Philadelphia a few days after galaxies death. He has pleaded not guilty. Those are your true crime headlines. For more headlines, checkout, the murder minute app in the app store and Google play. Or follow us on Instagram at murder minute. Coming up next. The story of the moors murders but first, a quick break. Our story begins January of nineteen sixty one where Millward's merchandise a small chemical distributor in Manchester England was the workplace of two peculiar people to people that didn't seem to quite fit in with our coworkers the I was eaten Brady he was known to keep himself, and be a generally quiet man. His coworker said that despite his quiet demeanor. He was prone to frequent outbursts, and as if that wasn't enough, he had an obsession with Hitler's Mein cough that he kept hidden from his peers. However, the list doesn't stop there. Brady was also obsessed with fantasies of death in violence and fittingly. The Nazi regime's, countless, atrocities, our second strange yet, quite employee was Myra Hindley. She was the news employees at Millward's having began a job. As a typist that month. Unlike Brady Henley showed no warning signs that she would become a devious killer despite having a rough childhood and Lee was similar to many of her co-workers the biggest difference, though. She took an immediate liking to Brady. It wasn't long before she began to idolize him from afar and within months, she finally mustered up the courage to speak to him a few more months went by until they went on their first date from there. There was no turning back the relationship develops quickly with both of them diving into deep discussions centered around their violent fantasies. However, the fantasies weren't enough to keep them satisfied. They wanted to kill not because they had hatred in their hearts sought revenge or wanted to be criminals. But because they had long for death for the sake of death. So they walked the streets of Manchester stocking anyone that appeal to them. And search. Of their victim. That's when they spotted their target sixteen year old Pauline read a friend of Henley's younger sister was the unfortunate victim. The pair chose her solely because they believe that her death would not be seriously investigated. It seemed like there was spot on as on July twelfth nineteen sixty three she vanished leaving no trace behind. No one had seen Pauline prior to her disappearance in little move forward in terms of an official search until it was too late Brady and Hindley had already taken Pauline in their van and headed out of town towards Santa worth more once the pair had driven far enough outta town. Brady slip Pauline's throat twice with a large knife. She bled out on the moors as Brady and Henley sexually assaulted her. They buried her body with a blue coat and white heels, she was wearing and drove back into town as if nothing had happened. The couple had finally acted out their fantasy of taking. The life the satisfaction didn't last long immediately. They began to plan their next kill the target twelve year old John Kilbride in November nineteen sixty three Brady and Henley, rented a car pulled up a side John. They offered him a ride home, but he was hesitant. However, after giving him a bottle of Sherry, he agreed and got in the car not long into the ride Brady told, John, that they had to make a stop on the more because he lost his glove in Nita John's help finding it was. They arrived the same sequence happened again. Brady attack, John in tempted to slit, his throat, he was unsuccessful which led to sexually assaulting John Kilbride before strangling him with shoelace to immortalize the moment, Brady photograph. Henley closing of the young boys grave this time. They're high is lasted longer. It wasn't for another year and a half until the couple struck. Again. Their target. This time was twelve year old Keith Bennett. Keith was running late on his way to his grandmother's. House Brady and Henley now noticing the boys frantic nece offered him a ride as with the previous two victims Myra nails. That there is a stop in the Moore's, they had to make. Once they got their Brady told Keith that they were looking for his lost glove, and much like the other victims. They sexually assaulted the child before murdering him. It wasn't until the summer of nineteen sixty four that Brady buried Keith area, the Moore's that is believed to be where the other victims were buried in this case he's body was never found. But his family has continued to search for it over fifty years later, three murders. Weren't enough for Brady and Hindley before the end of nineteen sixty four they spotted ten year old Lesley, Ann Downey, standing alone by a ride at the fairground, and they were set to make her their next victim. They approached the young girl and ask. If she could help carry some things to their car, she agreed without worry. And when they asked if she could come home with them to help them unload, she got in the car. Unlike the previous killings the pair carried out the murder within the confines of their own home, Leslie was bound, gagged and forced to pose for photographs. The same story repeated itself as Lesley Ann Downey was raped and strangled. The next day, the pair, drove her body to the moors where she was buried near the other victims by the middle of nineteen sixty five braiding Henley seemed to be in the clear despite their horrific actions searches had occurred, but no one suspected them. As a matter of fact, nobody had tried to link any of the disappearances emerged together. Then the murder of Edward Evans occurred and sparked a change on Tober six Brady met Edward Evans at Manchester central railway station for this murder. Brady and Henley decided to expand their group and include Henley's brother-in-law David Smith, the to manage to get Evans back to their home, where Smith was called over. Once he arrived Brady attacked Evans. He struck him over the head with a blunt end of an axe, and then strangled Evans with an electrical cord Smith assisted Brady in disposing, the body and all seem to have gone, according to plan, however, the guilt began to creep in on Smith the next day Smith all the police and the pairs plan to expand their circle failed on October. Seventh nineteen sixty five in Brady was arrested while Meyer Henley was released the same day after claiming that Evans staff was an accident, although she was released. It didn't take long as on October eleventh, just four days later, she joined Brady and custody. The two would never be released even though they were now in custody, the full extent of what, Ian. Brady and Meyer Henley did was not clear. They were arrested only for the murder Edward Evans, which both claimed to have been an accident. At the time neither was a suspect in any of the other desks. They had acted out as a police began to investigate the story emerged in the true horror of the pairs actions was revealed the police began their search at the railway station where Brady Lert Evans Brady made a crucial mistake and didn't claim luggage with police opened it. They found nine pieces of child pornography. The pieces were photos of Leslie and Downey it wasn't until that moment that braiding Henley became suspects in her disappearance with these new pieces of evidence servicing the police had enough to suspect that braiding Henley were responsible for more murders, the police searched their house and found a notebook with the name of John Kilbride the suspicions of the police grew. And the began to wonder how many disappearances the couple was connected to the big breakthrough was when a large collection of photographs of Brady and Henley at saddle. Worth more was found from there. The hunt was on over one hundred fifty officers combed location in the pictures in search of clues in less than a week. They found their first body. It was Lesley, Ann Downey, who is easily identified by site. It wasn't long until they found the body of John Kilbride, the body had been so badly decomposed that he could only be identified by the clothes he was wearing the day he disappeared on the same day. John's body was found Brady Henley appeared before a judge. But we're only facing the accusation of the murder of Lesley, Ann Downey, two months later, they were officially accused of the murders of Lesley, Ann Downey and Edward Evans, each pled, not guilty. The police called on the payer to provide evidence, and when they did Brady spoke for eight hours while Henley spoke for six they stuck to their previous statements and denied all the charges against them. They claim. That the death of Edward Evans was an accident, and that they were in no way linked to the others. Their stories crumbled at the trial, when an audio recording of Lesley Ann Downey was played the voices of Brady and Henley were clearly audible, they could be heard forcing her to pose for photographs and threatening violence against her. The two could plead all they want. There is no way to explain this evidence Ian Brady was found guilty on accounts of all three murders. Myra Hindley was acquitted of the murder of Lesley, Ann Downey. She claimed that the murder Kurd while she was elsewhere, the public cried out for both of them to be sentenced to death. But the death penalty had been abolished in the United Kingdom only a few months before their sentencing. It's fair to say that had the death penalty not been repealed. Their fates would have been very different. Brady was handed three consecutive licenses while Henley was handed to licenses plus seven. In years, while Justice was served to their victims had been unaccounted for police had yet to connect them to the deaths of Pauline, read, and Keith Bennett this change when Kice mother when he Johnson wrote a letter to Myra Hindley. In it. She begged Henley to tell her anything she knew about her son's disappearance, though. She and Brady Brin credibly adamant that there were no other killings Henley appeared to be genuinely remorseful. For what she had done in November of nineteen eighty six she agreed to assist the police in searching, the Moore's again for the bodies that they had never uncovered though, they do not find the body of Keith Bennett. They did find the body appalling read. She was less than one hundred yards away from where Leslie Ann, Downey's body was found and only three feet underground, as time went on Myra Henley, downplayed her roles in the killing more and more for years after the trials she claimed that she was only involved in the learning kidnapping of children, leaving Brady alone to commit the murders. This was proved to be not true based on evidence in November two thousand two at the age of sixty Myra Hindley passed away. She. For a brain aneurysm that was linked to repack day, smoking habit. Though, she wished to be cremated twenty undertaker's refused to do. So on the other hand in Brady was not remorseful, and made no attempt to hide his past actions, fully aware that he would never be free again. He felt no need to deny his crimes. In addition to the five children, the pair confessed to murdering he claimed that he and Henley murdered five more, none of the descriptions, he gave matched any unsolved murders. And none of the killings were ever verified in two thousand one he published a book about serial killers, despite protests from his victims families, and has book he stays that. He does not feel remorseful for what he did and denied the claims of insanity and psychosis. He states that he did the killings for the pure, existential experience. In Brady spent fifty two years in prison until he died on September twenty. I two thousand seventeen his dying wish was that his ashes were to be spread across Saddleworth more, however, he was unceremoniously buried at sea. Protrude crime anytime. Download the murder minute app or follow us on Instagram at murder minute.
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"keith bennett" Discussed on Female Criminals
"At one point she begged, quote, I must tell you something hands off me a minute. Please mummy. It hurts me. I want to see my mummy, and quote, the entire court heard my response on the tape recording. She suddenly snapped at Leslie and to be quiet and threatened to strike her. If she didn't shut up the recording was played for the court in full women began to sob several police officers in the room were so shaken they fled the room in anger and horror one officer would later tell reporters that if he could have killed them with his bare hands he would have gladly done. So but Myra and Ian were oblivious to the tapes affect they completely ignored everyone in the room except each other while the tape played when asked about her treatment of Lesley. Ann Myra tried to explain that she had only SP. Fokin? So roughly to the girl because she wanted to keep her quiet this justification for what she had done is quite common among serial killers, a massive survey of incarcerated serial killers compiled by the department of criminal Justice and criminology in association with the university of North Carolina revealed that almost fifty percent of the surveyed killers rationalized their crimes by laying blame on the victims themselves or by refusing to acknowledge that they're victims had even been victims in the first place as news of the tape. Recording spread like wildfire through the reporters gathered outside Myra earned the infamous, immortal, title, the most evil woman in the UK both, Ian and Myra claimed during their testimony that Leslie Ann had been alive after Ian had assaulted her and that David Smith and another man had arrived to take Liz leanna away. But this improbable denial couldn't diminish the effect of little Leslie ends. Voice for the jurors. On may sixth nineteen sixty six it took the jury just two and a half hours to find Myra and Ian, guilty on all counts. Ian was found guilty for the murders of Lesley. Ann downey. John Kilbride an Edward Evans and was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole Myra was found guilty in the murders of Edward Evans and Lesley Ann Downey as well as harboring, Ian, knowing he had killed John Kilbride. She was sentenced to two life sentences plus seven years she would be in prison for a minimum of twenty five years before she could hope to walk free again in the judge's explanation of the sentences. He expressed his belief that while Ian was irredeemably evil. Myra could still be saved once she was away from Enes influence once again, we can see gender double standard at work even experienced criminal. Judges refused to believe that a w-. Woman could willingly participate in the murder of children. The judges had listened to the tape of Lesley. Ann Downey's, please. For help heard Myra tell her to shut up and could still believe in Myers. Redeem ability the moment ends verdict was read out, and he was led from the courtroom all interest. He had shown in Myra during the trial vanished without a trace as he was escorted back to his cell. He never looked back. Myrow was sent to Holloway prison in London. The other women began to attack Myra almost from her first day behind bars she needed a guard to escort her to and from her cell every day. She was beaten mercilessly numerous times and required hospital stays routinely throughout her first five years in prison, but the true punishment was inflicted on Mirus family, Maureen and David were also found guilty in the court of public opinion, people believed in and my rose impr-. Double story that David had participated in the children's murders. Neither of them could get work in Manchester, and Maureen gave up temporary custody of her children until she could find some way to support them. Eventually David was attacked by a neighbor who accused him of being a child killer, David defended himself with a knife. And was subsequently sentenced to three years in prison where he attempted suicide ultimately Maureen and David's marriage fell apart. They both relocated and change their names in an attempt to escape their connection to Myra and Ian crimes. No good deeds. Go unpunished as the old saying goes in the early years after their conviction. Neither, Ian, nor Myra took responsibility for the murders of Pauline read or Keith Bennett, which makes sense, of course, even with her consecutive life sentences Myra still had the possibility of parole after twenty five years she could be set free by the time. She was just forty eight years old. My wrote to Ian, often in the early days of their sentences, even though he seemed cold toward her. They carried on a conversation in letters. They also both completed studies in German, but the eventually drifted apart. And that's when her story about her part in the killings began to change Conly always claimed that Harare was to abduct children and that she didn't take part in the killings or sex attacks once in jail, she said boyfriend in Brady had beaten and blackmailed her for to kill how relatives if she didn't help him some of the victims were beaten, tortured and abused before being killed and buried on a desolate more in northwestern England without Ian by her side Myra began to cultivate, other relationships while in prison by nineteen sixty eight she had befriended. Lord, Longford, a devout Catholic who in visited her to see whether her soul can be saved. Lord Longford became almost obsessed with redeeming her he would even try to get her paroled early. The on numerous occasions. Lord Longford 's wife despised his meetings with Myra, and especially hated how quickly he had begun to believe in Myers. Goodness. That is at least until she visited Myra to lady Longford became a passionate and vocal champion of Myers. Just like her husband convinced not only of Myers rehabilitation. But that she might actually be innocent. It was through her affect on Lord Longford and his wife that Mirus powers of manipulation began to emerge. Police investigators still trying to find a digital bodies on Saddleworth. More would visit her in prison only to discover that she had guards and staff wrapped around her little finger, for example, even though none of the other prisoners were allowed sharp objects Myra was given permission to take up tapestry and knitting. She was given special permission to visit with family both in and out of the prisoners well researched by the center for applied criminology at Birmingham City university has found that manipulation is often one of the key characteristics of successful serial killers. And when a killer can both appear vulnerable and manipulate people around them there, especially dangerous. In fact, these killers can often evade capture for decades if they don't make prideful mistakes in the process in nineteen seventy. Twenty eight year old Myra found companionship with prison guard Tricia Cairns who had once been Carmelite nun before leaving the church after a crisis of faith Myra and Tristesse relationship when unnoticed for two years until in nineteen seventy two when Tricia and Myra began planning my escape from prison. Tricia, copied prison keys helped Myra forge a new passport with a fake name and bought tickets for them to escape to Brazil where Tricia believed they would work as missionaries. But in the last hours before the escape was set to happen. Tristesse supplies were discovered. And she was arrested. She would serve six years in prison and resent Myers effect on her for the rest of her life, my resume with people went above and beyond mere attempts to escape she was also allowed to spend time in the part of the prison dedicated to mothers and children at that time imprisoned women were allowed to keep their children. In with them and care for them in the prison itself, despite Mirus connections to the brutal rapes and murders of three children several of the imprisoned. Mothers asked Myra to be their children's godmother. Nevertheless, every time a news article was published about Mirus crimes Myra was once again beaten, brutally by other inmates in nineteen seventy five at the age of thirty three Myra was hospitalized for six weeks after inmates through her from the top floor of the prison Myers. Life became a tug of war between those who loved her and those who hated her one psychologist would describe her as manipulative and devious while the next would praise her work ethic and genuine rehabilitation. Despite her ability to make friends with benefactors like Lord Longford Myra could not sway everyone in her favor. At the time of her imprisonment the minimum sentence for people would been given life sentences could be extended indefinitely if the courts believed the convict still posed a danger to society in January of nineteen eighty five. When Myra was forty three years old her minimum sentence was extended from twenty five years to thirty. This would happen again and again through the remainder of Myers life every time. She neared her parole date, the English courts extended her sentence even worse for Myra new information was about to come to light which would destroy any chances. She thought she had of winning her freedom in nineteen eighty five. Ian Brady allegedly mentioned Pauline read and Keith Bennett's names to a journalist who had come to do an anniversary article about the moors murders. Police had long suspected Ian involvement but had never been able to find their bodies. However after Ian interview hit the press neither, Ian, nor Myra would confess to killing the children for over a year. Pauline and Keith's families waited for news that their babies could finally be put to rest, but their bodies remained lost in November of nineteen eighty six Keith Bennett's mother, even wrote to Myra begging her to help them find their son's body, but Myra ignored the letter until police suggested that helping them find the bodies might go along way toward earning parole. Then she agreed to help Myra left prison onto heavily guarded trips. To Saddleworth more to help police search in late nineteen eighty seven while there, she became disoriented easily and was unable to locate the bodies eventually police realized she had simply used the search trips as an excuse. Us to travel outside of prison with no intention of actually helping. Pauline read and Keith Bennett's families were devastated they appeal to one of my res- biggest supporters a Reverend named Peter topping to speak with her on their behalf on February nineteenth nineteen eighty-seven topping set Myra down and took her confession for seventeen hours. Myra spoke freely of what happened between nineteen sixty three and nineteen sixty five. She finally admitted to helping Ian Brady murder sixteen year old Pauline read and twelve year old Keith Bennett. She also confirmed what police had long suspected that. She had lured the children with her babysitter charm. She also told topping that her brother-in-law David Smith had been entirely innocent for a hundred days a team of local volunteers and police dedicated themselves to searching Saddleworth more for the remains of Pauline read and Keith Bennett, Pauline reads bones were found on July. I I nineteen eighty seven almost twenty four years to the day after she had I disappeared. Keith Bennett's body. However has never been recovered despite four additional widespread searches for him in the last twenty years in two thousand to England's right to extend life sentences indefinitely was challenged by another convict if he won hundreds of prisoners, including Myra would be up for immediate release on parole on November twenty fifth two thousand two that convict won his case freeing multitude of prisoners across the UK, but not Myra in a karmic. Twist Myra Hindley had died just ten days earlier on November fifteenth two thousand two at the age of sixty Hindley died on Friday of respiratory failure. Following a chest infection off the thirty six years in prison ability being kept onto close abatements following. Fizz that someone might attempt to do a home even off death Otake pitches of the coffin to sell to newspapers funeral preparations are on the way. But police refusing to reveal when all-weather funeral will take place the mother of one of a child victims said Hindley's death had brought on no comfortable Hindley who was jailed for her part in to child Motors and later confessed to two more was Britain's longest-serving woman prisoner Charleston. Desmond London in the end, Myra, submissive nature. Ian Brady's distant influence and the abuse. She experienced as a child can never excuse or race. The fact that she voluntarily lured five children to their early and painful deaths for those crimes. She was condemned to live a long life constantly reminded of what she had done to others to lose the freedom. She loved so much and to be remembered forever as the most evil woman. In the UK. Thanks
"keith bennett" Discussed on Female Criminals
"This time they targeted the Manchester neighborhood of long site on June sixteenth nineteen sixty four Ian spotted twelve year old Keith Bennett walking down a sidewalk alone. Keith had only just left his parents home and was walking a few blocks to visit his grandmother when my redraw up beside him an offered him a lift once again, Ian and Myra drove their victim to Saddleworth more where Ian sexually assaulted and tortured Keith before strangling him, then they rolled Keith into a grave before bearing him. Ian took a polaroid photograph of his body research by Rhodes university suggests that serial killers take trophies or souvenirs from their murders for several reasons. First it allows. To relive or fantasize about the crime during their cool down periods. Second the pieces or photos allow these killers to remain in control of those. They have dominated while away from them for Ian. These photographs were mementos to help him relive his crimes for Myra. They were tool she could use to keep Ian with her. And to remind him of what they were capable of together in the days and weeks after Keith went missing police searched for evidence that Keith's stepfather had done something to him even going so far as to rip up his garden and the floorboards in his house. Looking for Keith's body. It's common missing children's cases to look towards parents and stepparents as the most likely culprits as their around the children every day. Even though the police would interrogate Keith stepfather another three times over the next couple of years. They also expanded their investigation throughout Manchester policeman, literally went door to door to inter. View neighbors about their whereabouts. If someone was unavailable at the time, they would return later when they were home the house calls began to consume enormous amounts of the officers work hours and private time, but they had strong motivation to discover what had happened to Keith Bennett. Detectives with the Manchester police department had begun to suspect that John Kilbride and Keith Bennett's disappearances were linked, and that there might be a serial killer loose and Manchester. Even though crime rates at that time in Manchester were very high children almost never went missing to have two twelve year old boys. Disappear only six months apart. The detectives reason their cases must share a common link if the increased scrutiny bothered in and Myra they never seem to show it their lives in the months after Keith's murder were domestic and simple, Ian and Myra went to work, and they reconnected with friends after my res- twenty second birthday on July. Twenty third nineteen sixty four Myra and Ian spent more and more time with my resume. Her sister, Maureen and her new husband, David Smith, David had a lot of baggage. He was quasi infamous in Manchester for once stabbing a boy during a school fight and for once punching his school headmaster in the face Mirus. Parents had objected to Maureen and David's marriage from the beginning Myra, Ian on the other hand. Like, David immediately, and David admired, Ian, he and was ten years older, more worldly and seemed to have his life together. He had a stable job still working at the same chemical distribution office as Myra he did whatever he wanted and Myra was in emerald with him. No matter what Ian brought David under his wing much in the same way. He did with Myra. He gave David the same Nazi texts and marquee to Saad novels had given to Myra to read. He told David about his plans to rob a Bank almost as if he was testing David loyalty the way, he tested Myra. He also taught David how does shoot a gun Myra, Ian, Maureen and David would routinely picnic together in Saddleworth Moore's near and sometimes right on top of the places where Ian and Myra had buried their victims at some time in late nineteen sixty four Myers grandmother who Myra and David were still living with. Had to move to another government subsidized house in the nearby neighborhood of Hattersley Myra and Ian moved with her. And shortly after they were all settled in Ian told Myra it was time to kill again. No doubt emboldened by the fact that they had never even been suspected of their previous crimes in and Myra decided that they would do things differently..
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"MRs Trump's wardrobe stirred controversy, she wore a pristine white pit helmet on canyon safari and attention grabbing choice that seemed to veer towards costumes reminiscent of the film out of Africa. Europeans wore the hats and Africa and India in the nineteen hundred they have come to symbolize white, but later on the trip the first lady amend, wear inspired outfit, perhaps the sending a message to Egypt's president about equality in country with a poor record on women's rights. Keith Bennett, CNN Egypt's, Noah CNN's state of the union. You're listening to our programming lineup from Sunday on C span radio WCS PFM Washington. And now we continue with CBS's face the nation. One of the five Sunday TV talk shows replayed each week here on C span radio. It's Sunday October seventh. I'm John Dickerson. And this is face the nation. The fight over judge wet Kavanagh's confirmation to the supreme court is finally over. But the angry atmosphere both outside. Inside the capitol. That's what I am left with Mr President anger. Harry discuss it has been cruel, reckless and indecent both to Dr Ford and judge cabinet has gone from bad to worse. And now with only a month left before the midterm elections. Both parties are energized making the chances for more division across America, even more likely. Is wonderful family endured at the hands of Democrats is unthinkable unthinkable in their quest for power the radical Democrats have turned into an angry mob. Maine Republican Susan Collins tells us why she voted for cabin on despite intense pressure to oppose him and in a preview of tonight's sixty minutes. We'll hear from North Dakota Democrat Heidi Heitkamp, who's no vote. May mean losing her Senate seat. We'll ask Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell why he thinks Republicans will benefit from the cabin off fight. And we'll have plenty of political analysis on all the news just ahead on face the nation. Good morning and welcome to face the.
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"Florence sustained winds diminish slightly, but that was expected. The storm seem to be going through an eye wall replacement cycle summary strengthening is forecast, though, not as not as rapidly as yesterday, and it will be a category. Four as it approaches. The North Carolina coast a little bit north of South Carolina border will continue to bring you updates. If you get a mandatory evacuation leave I'm joined by Robert Costa of the Washington Post, Robert this could be quite the storm impacting, South Carolina. Do you think the president needs team already? Let's hope for all the residents down there that they are ready. This is a test for any government government's get tested by war. But they also get tested by weather in crisis. And we've seen administrations rattled in previous years. This White House doesn't have someone like Tom Bossert at the moment inside of the White House. But they do have people across the cabinet who are hopefully ready for this kind of situation. The forecast at eight AM suggest at two AM Friday morning one hundred and thirty mile hour winds somewhere between southern North Carolina and southern Virginia somewhere along that coast. Those could be potentially devastating and weeks without power and a moment that the president either delivers as President Obama did with sandy or fails to deliver it President Bush did with Katrina, which do you think it will be Robert Costa? For the good of the country. I hope the president's ready in the administration's ready, especially FEMA, they're going to need to deal with this. This is a huge political areas. Well for the country. I mean, you can't do well in Florida Keith Bennett rate, the south at the beating heart of the president's political support. This is this is this is a human situation is also political test. It'll be interesting Robert Costa, you host Washington week in review on Friday night. And this story is going to become the story hurricanes always do, but especially hurricanes this close to the to the nation's capital and with this much consequential damage imagined if it remains a category for how do you cover that on Washington week in review? How do you do that? This week in Washington. We we're going to have Bob Woodward on one on one to talk through fear, his new book, but in general in the media when you put you on TV, you you try to cover the effect the fallout of the hurricane hard. At least in a political talk show. You're not gonna have people on who were affected by the hurricane. Because that's not the kind of thing we do. But you try to cover. What's especially I would always bring it up to the midterms and attached to the presidency. And what does this mean for the country? How is the country evaluating it is congress going to take any action that kind of thing? Now, Robert Costa this morning. It's nine eleven of course, seventeen years ago we were attacked seventeen years before that it was nineteen Eighty-four morning in America, so seventeen years before nine eleven it's morning in America. How do you characterize seventeen years after nine eleven? The world has changed. I think back to the seventeen years ago and President Bush we go into these foreign wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Seventeen years later in a version to interventionism that we see in both party. You have it kind of an outsider in President Trump got elected in twenty sixteen Republican party that totally changed in some respects moving away from that whole Bush model, but I think there's just a recognition of terror as a daily thing for most people to think about as an external threat to democracy in a way, just wasn't then and that really pervasive. I think across the country, that's probably the most powerful effect beyond the unity the country saw during nine eleven and is the recognition of the threat abroad three things for you to react to Robert cost to the White House reporter for the Washington Post and the host of Washington, we can review Senator Tom cotton just told me that in all of his dealings with President Trump. He had seen nothing of the sort described in the anonymous op Ed or the Woodward book number two small business confidence hit one oh. Eight point something or other the. The highest ever recorded in its forty five year history, the highest level and three Wall Street Journal front page US holds talk with UK France on possible serious trikes that will be much greater according to John Bolton the knows that were launched Naple twenty seven in two thousand eighteen if chemical weapons are used by Saad in Syria. How does all that add up? It just doesn't add up. You mean, it doesn't add up to the president's poll numbers being right, right? Well, the president I think sometimes bring some of these challenges for himself upon himself. He's record for most Republican voters is pretty successful. They look at all the things you listed. They look at the Gorsuch confirmation. The cavenaugh nomination the tax cut. In addition to those things they feel a hawkish a president who surrounded by hawks life. Both. In pale light cotton, his tweeting his ability to kind of Wade into controversy. You know, as well as anyone Hugh covering him that what you just listed is not what this White House has often talking about, and you can blame Woodward, and it can blame the New York Times op-ed, but this is also White House. It's not always on message messages that list, you just you just went over who I agree with that yesterday after about eleven he began to tweet correctly in my view warnings to the people of South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia warnings that when they come from the president have a special punch, right? That's how you use Twitter effectively this morning now he tweeting about struck and page and no collusion. It does seem to me that he he kind of considers himself not at work before nine hundred more. It's it's ridiculous. He doesn't have a tendency to rewatch Fox News programs in the morning while he's getting ready for work. This is a pattern observed at the post for many months now he'll record Lou Dobbs or Hannity or Tucker Carlson, and then he'll walk in the morning on TV though, as he gets ready, and then he'll start tweeting about things that were broadcast the previous evening world sort of moved on. He did that this morning on nine eleven. He's talking about Lou Dobbs last night. It's as though that have a reminder of the day or a scroll of the news in his office or his bedroom. Say gets dressed this way. I I want to go to the the other story Brett cavenaugh, Tom cotton just told me he is not heard one word of doubt privately or publicly. Definitely I haven't heard anything publicly, but he confirmed privately that any Republican will do other than vote for Brett cabinet. I'll have you heard any Republican indicating any doubt about their. Yes. Vote on cavenaugh. I have not. I mean, you always wonder about Senator Collins and Senator Murkowski are they really gonna come over. But I think the I think cotton's right Senator Collins right in my attentions on red state democrat, Joe Donnelly, or Heidi Heitkamp, or Joe Manchin really feel compelled to jump over the line now because as much as the house seems to be trending away from the Republicans toss up, and he'd read say Democrats are nervous Senator cotton referred to the Democrats on the judiciary committee as the Washington generals of the Senate fair. Look. The supreme court hearings for decades have been full of fireworks big. They become a little formalized and. Almost bland in recent years. So when they have a little more fireworks than the Republicans CEO too much too much, but it's good to have the scrutiny. It's good to see if these nominees can go through some tough questions. I noticed a lot of people think this questions over the line of that questions over the line or to speculative you can make this argument. But this is the free court. This is the US Senate. It's their job to kind of be a pain in the you know, where last question President Trump is departing for September. Eleventh speeds in Shanksville Pennsylvania later today, he meets with his secretaries of defense and homeland security as well as FEMA this presidential day have gotten off on the right start on the right foot. So far tweeden about Lou Dobbs. It what it is. His message today will be important if the head of the mid town the country's looking for unity. It's poll numbers were in place right now. Can he pull it together? Kenny P presidential that is always a question. But especially today, though, I gotta I gotta hold you one more second because the president of the United States just tweeted this Rudy Giuliani. Did a great job as mayor of New York during the period of September eleventh leadership bravery and skill must never be forgotten. Rudy is a true warrior capitals. All exclamation point. Your reaction. Giuliani. Do many admirable things on nine eleven is also the president's lawyer. So we'll see who else the president tweets about with regard to nine eleven east tweeting about a close friend and his actual lawyer with Bob Muller. So that is. I'm not surprised he offers the phrase, but I saw him he knows Rudy Giuliani. I appreciate through Yanni's efforts on nine eleven. Yeah. Robert Cossack just had Ken Starr on. He believes the president can be subpoenaed. But he also told me, it's no doubt in his mind. The president can order rod Rosenstein and Muller. Not to subpoena him has the president been told that does he know he has that authority. He may I think he has at flood with and who knows the whole book on presidential privilege and executive privilege and subpoenas flushing. The the key person right now,.
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"And you know suzy phelps was it was a really cambridge icon word spread facebook page announced on saturday that she had passed away at the age of seventy nine and we kind of cobble together a quick news pose kind of related the word uh uh uh that that i saw a can of express tributes to her that really jumped out on keith bennett from panzer bastard he re uh basically you know he is a great quote in there that he posted on facebook bought my first docks from suzy first leather jacket to she's put us by gullit on hold for me when i was fourteen needs these stories you know boston cambridge had beggars pong scans galz origin huge debt of gratitude you know people that were kind of coming out of the woodwork and saying you know i bought my first paradox martin's at haba haba and you know it was a plagued subculture it was a place for kind of the kind of the freaks of boston's kind of go in and by things that were very essential to their own personal identity um and you know not a story that we want to write obviously it's a you know it's it's it's sad you know we've we found in old injured 2013 a video that she did um it was therefore as a boston university course she sat down and did about a tear was about a 10minute interview with our so what we're able to do a twominute interview as azzam staring got it you know what we're able to do is were able to take the statement that hubhub of the business made were able to also pull together votes from people that knew her and we're also able to include media as well so if you did not know suzy you know you would read these kind of testimonials in one spot and you would scroll down and then you'd watched the video the end and you'd really get a good sense of who this person was and that's what we try to do we try to you know really paint a portrait of of who these people are obviously we wish that we were you know provence better circumstances obviously um but you know.
"keith bennett" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The chance to this november budget you'll folks please that when the 20 billion euro pay to the eu or do you think we owe them nothing until extend past six yes sir israel us breakfast show thick john paul ross full sutton breakfast on talk radio drew gets you talking so those are pretty much all the front pages taking a look at similar those end the insides of the papers it's rachel joe welcome at rachel good morning i'm going to start with the from painted the daily mirror and this is an all of the paper is this morning but this at the front of the mirror mystery if killers briefcases bring you teeth final secrets and he's seeing this so this is in brady it the moods merger and he left behind he knocks a brief cases which may give cleese tabacchi buried a victim not suspect can i said this is dying wish was apparent any for them to be locked away by his solicitor nate within quest yesterday into his death and he died i think we sent back in may and apparently these heath never never the key thing about brady's that he never a field where havoc tim keith bennett was buried and they really just the well the the families involved in the case of the really must be something inside and they just really want to know just please hand this ham this briefcases over to the place skip max s and demand for these cases to be i pins absolutely fascinating and is upholding all those decadesold met poll fact we still have no idea where key bennett body knows i mean is this just goes back such a long way and say yes the he is these last breath that these cases should be handed t his sinister robin making fake compact the daily mirror daily mussa very sweet for gross of when we grow up to be strictly the contestants crazy this let's there's pages and pages of coverage of strictly as you would expect in a tabloid since that will back on saturday people who choose on the full budget but which had kohl's who was in the communality them became an ordained minister in the church of england yourself should choir boys were looking at batard right love it they are they yet said this is the the kitty pitches and several likud liquid living's can of punk guess he was heyne the.
"keith bennett" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Laugh he's the chairman of the american conservative union and more importantly the husband of mercedes slap who joined the white house this week as senior communications adviser and manner i got to start off with the obvious or you're brushing up on your housekeeping skills oh yeah our favorite cookbook live the overly of cui proclivity but are you can have hochberg perfect record particular i loved it not a lot of people can handle the shifting power dynamics but you figured it out right away i want to let the speaking of power dynamics there's a lot going on in congress and the president of the united states is is pushing art in addition to actually travelling today to florida he's pushing hard to get tax reform done soon and i know that you've been out saying that look if if mcconnell ryan can't get something done there in big trouble and the part he's in big trouble what do you mean by that we are both beck all arrivers backwards together eight years ago but you can't be ups divorce yourself a reality where you have republican leader who uh public approval numbers are drifting debate if you look at these keith bennett rate of fat which account care so much about we all care about your his personal numbers are terrible in many of the date in kroger there's a biker case recreate being a republican leader in where the grassroot where they feel were there in order for that that you know we better repeal obama care we have to people are ranked the republican party oregon it and they didn't vote that way it didn't happen and then it happened on active i think that they're gonna be to pay at the ballot box in the president is obviously in negotiation on taxes he said yesterday is that the rich should probably not expect to get a tax break now and and in fact he said if they go high if they have to go higher they'll go higher frankly is this something you'd like to see out of the president the idea that we might see a tax hike on the rich although the think republicans way struggle with good questions about choir or bear coat you know basically giving you got about fifty sixty percent of.
"keith bennett" Discussed on WTVN
"Of you're listening winning this is subject cool we had to go it's the through dog and a potential forty your hotel and can they'll win after the guy in charge of special projects that regard right now on the wide line keith bennett keep this is the this is really captured a lot of people's attention in central ohio if you are you doing we're doing it but we haven't weekend that every team but when you when you talk about putting a beard tap or a beer fridge in a shower i mean this is really outside the box thinking my friend you know we we like to do you like to come up with chris the bun didn't do things event but someone of that they were were okay them beer so ever thought one of your top in your room and i'm not or so years and you're so you know it's in that spent with look for the top field so yes so so talked to me and you know six million dollar prize take is what we're hearing of the vision is how big a footprint how many rooms walk me through some of the plan yet of the so we're looking when with him approximately that that that they're going to still be finalized so but you know approach ap it's worth the present and mo you're playing can hour we've just bill from two thousand square feet or am for north america so we're looking good an craft beer so i am so rbi if the so pick i were looking to join the to to get up so when the guess what and the removal of as you mentioned you know the be a tough but that so but also be rule adores and you actually built look over and to the third be up with so it where all are will be aging as well so it's kind of combination of early i'm that will tell will be a much like you know our do you have kind of an idea of what your typical customer would be i mean is it the beer in throughs is is that the beer fanatic is it like thrive guys is it batchelor parties what do you think i think your best would be if under people are really passionate but group you're just play we are so we we're hoping of a lot of the throws you know from across the world you don't can i'll come in either birdie.