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"kenny lynch" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:35 min | 6 months ago

"kenny lynch" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"The in becomes happens, and then they either. The game ends in your life. That was great now that last part, but all that stuff up to that last part was shared irate. I haven't played it in years, but off to to answer your other question for the what you guys did. Vote because I did not say on tomorrow. Galaxy was number four with twenty three votes call duty. Four was number five with nineteen. Nineteen votes. Some of these people did vote twice. They would say a couple of different games I, said fuck it I just put it on there anyway, especially when it was undercut games like there's a few gems. People said that I would not have expected I would say I'm gonNA guess a Halo. Three was number three. He will three was number three yard twenty four. Yeah, I know our audience better than I know. General. Audience People. facebook groups that responded. Two thousand seventeen. One guy brought it up really. Was James Johnson from over blood group. RANDOM PERSON AND Say was from the group because I'll sit here for five minutes to guess who it is, I remember. What group from Bush fortress had seven votes escaped had five votes how we hurt someone, said Ben Ken. Doesn't really. Just somebody should fear the first one. Get One vote. Have Thirteen votes. was. Sam voted for fear because he fans saying fucking loves fear. I Sam didn't vote okay. Handed not I didn't buy. If guests anybody it'd be, it'd be safer. Fear for Sam wants to play fair very badly I want to. I bought fear in anticipation of plane at some point like over year go and you still get the put it on the show so well. I don't have to be the one you know. Stephanie could do seven games as you saw the next. Game Yeah, but he likes really weird shit like Futurama under the skin so was. There any. Is there any chance that the tomb raider anniversary was on the list? One person mentioned to render anniversary really a gap one I mention winning pro eleven soccer. Anniversary was the second best reviewed at the Tomb Raider Franchise. I stand by that that comment actually fought him. Somebody said over overlord to for some reason really and Kenny Lynch. Somebody said Kanaan. Lynch wow. We're GONNA talk about it I know that's what Sundance. CAITLIN guides I fear, or if it were to renovate, we talked. Should we talked about a rare game? Somebody should pay also negative greg and. really fun as a great little granted. Lark eight-game. Said Rogue, galaxy? For certain advanced had two votes, I was not one of them, but twice as many as Kanye Lynch. It was it was a couple of different things I didn't expect. My diamond had one team fortress two. Votes crash titans at one, so it was kind of cool to see what what people really love. That came out that year..

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"kenny lynch" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"kenny lynch" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"That Satan is killed. The victims the judge is permitted testimony from a specific witness in this is key to this trial. This is the witness, Steve, Rhine. We've talked about him already now to go a little bit more in depth with him. The first time that Steve Rhine was interviewed by sheriff's deputies. He was not sure of the day that he was quoting. He was not sure who the kids were that he saw when he later referred to the teenagers that went missing them were murdered or who the person was with the. Kids that he saw. So really, he knew nothing. He was also captain on paper. This is on in the police report. He's also not sure of the kind of vehicle that he saw. Basically, what he says is he comes forward to the police to the sheriff's deputies and say, I have some information that might help the case. This is before the arrest was made right. He says, I saw two people with some guy getting into a car, and I'm not really sure what day it was on, but it was in that cornfield where you found those kids. Right. Well, the sheriff's department that's when they decide to hypnotize him because sometimes you can hypnotize somebody and drawl details out of what they can't seem to remember. All right. So we have get out your crystal ball already in this case. And then on top of that, get out your pocket watch and you're getting sleepy, very sleepy. Well, what happens here? Captain is. Is Steve Ryan, who would eventually testify at Dale Johnston's trial and which lead to the arrest of Dale Johnston after he spoke to detective Thompson several times and was hypnotized. Now, all of a sudden he is telling in his statement. His latest statement is I saw a net Cooper and Todd Schultz who eventually were murdered forced into a vehicle, and it was Dale Johnston, forced him into Dale Johnston's vehicle in that area on the day that they went missing. Well, you know what? This is right. This is Hala weaned miracle. That's right. Well, this is going to lead to Dale Johnston being convicted and sentenced to death. He is going to appeal this and he's actually lucky. I believe that he got the death penalty. Now keep in mind. This is high. Oh, back in the early eighties. So he sentenced to sit on. The electric chair. Yeah. These appeals will eventually grant him a new trial. And this is because the prosecutor and investigators it becomes known that they withheld statements and evidence from Johnston's defense team that could have cast major doubt on his guilt and that they failed. This is the investigators failed to pursue leads that could have helped to exonerate him. And what that means is investigators when they took tips when that phone was ringing off the hook, they were listening to the ones that said, hey, I saw Dale Johnston, do something right. They weren't really working. The leads it said, hey, I saw something else going on and it didn't include Dale Johnston, right? Like I've said before, it's it's classic tunnel vision. Well, it was determined at a new trial captain that Johnston should have been found not guilty based on the withheld evidence which included eyewitness testimony that placed other individuals at the cornfield and not. Johnston as well as the testimony that was alternately ruled that should not have been allowed at trial since it was only brought about by hypnosis so eventually Johnson is freed in nineteen ninety. Now he would go after the state for wrongful imprisonment, claim in nineteen Ninety-three this is denied by the state and technically, well, it's denied on multiple occasions in technically, to kind of sum it up best that I can Johnston still to this day has not received a cent from the state for the years that he spent not only in prison but on death row and why find it. So hilarious. It'd be like given me the power where I could punch you. And then I said, well, I know I punched you, but you can't sue me well in the thing too is that there was language that was put into law at a later date that basically says people like Dale Johnston while. Technically, as it's written somebody that's wrongfully convicted can and should be rewarded money by the state. However, they've put language into that that it's, they make it damn near impossible that you're going to get paid for anything. And the sad part of this to me and we still got a bunch to get through is. But before Dale Johnston was sentenced to death in nineteen Eighty-four. He had a wife. He had kids, he owned fifty three acres of land. He had no debt and no pants on. But when he was released, he was released as a free man, and he had nothing other than an old pickup truck that was given to him by his lawyer. Look, if you're going to take the right away to be sued if you put the wrong person in prison, then you need to spend more time trying to put the right person and prison. Amen. I also wanna point out too. We talked about his wife, Sarah going and seeking treatment because she was had fallen on hard times to say the very least they would end up getting a divorce. And I think this should point out to whom I believe the real Dale Johnston to be. They got a divorce because of him. He had nobody. He's on death row. He had nobody. And he told his wife who it seems like he loved very much right. He said to her, he said, Sarah, we need to get a divorce because I'm locked up. I'm the monster that they locked up the monster that they think I am. They locked me away, but you're on the outside and everybody thinks you are a monster, and you've been ostracized from town and everybody hates you and you having my last name and you being married to me is going to destroy the rest of your life. He says to her, I would much rather have a friend that I got a divorce from then to have a wife that ends up committing suicide. And that was the path she was on. Yeah. And even once he was released, she continued as well as her daughter. Michelle, the living daughter, they continued to support Dale Johnston all of this time through all of his appeals and through his release. They were there to greet him. We should point out to remember Michelle who was taken from her mother's home placed into the foster care system in a different county when she was fifteen or sixteen years old and the day that she turned eighteen and was released from foster care. Where did she go back home right back to her mother, right back to her mother and that again, kind of points out that maybe some of these rumors weren't true. Maybe they just were not true. Well, Johnson after he's released and he's broke and he has no land. Nothing. He does go to live with his mother in the village of Asheville pick away county, which is twenty miles south of Columbus. Yeah. He said that he. Still was receiving quite a bit of prejudice from the people of that area. And he decided to Asheville was not going to be where he stayed. He was still very much under a cloud of suspicion, you know, and even the people that didn't believe that he was guilty of murder, they still thought and still suspected him of molesting his stepdaughter before her death. He would eventually tried to move on with his life while in prison, he did commit hisself and his life to Jesus. And after his release, he actually became a head usher at the First Baptist Church and grove city, Ohio, and later a member of the congregation. This is Roberta Crocker. She took a liking to the head usher. She said in an heart ical quote, he was a handsome, dude. So in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight ever get married. Again, I hope she says, hey, he's one, handsome, dude. I would just love to be described as a handsome, dude. I strive to be a hand. I wanna make sure with your face on it that says, handsome dude. Well, I'll give you the short of it. Captain Roberta in Johnston's relationship grew serious over the years. Eventually they were married in June of two thousand and they lived in a home in grove city, Ohio. This was not without Roberta's sons blessing who is Bryan Corbett which was the pastor at the First Baptist Church. He had heard the rumors and even her Johnston talking about spending time at lucasville which everybody in Ohio knows, hey, lucasville is not just a prison. It's maximum security and oh yeah, there's death row there too. Yeah. So he did a lot spent a lot of time with Dale Johnston getting to know him before he gave his blessing for the. Marriage to his mother. The strange thing here, though captain is after he's released after Johnson's release, this technically becomes a cold case. And people would still speculate as to Johnston's kill an a person that refuses to there's an evil person that continues to haunt true crime garage, and his name is William wick line. Yeah, he has been considered a suspect in this case by the public for many years, once this became a cold case, and he is William the butcher wick line is his nickname, he's in animal. He was found guilty of murdering decapitating and dismembering, Chris and Peggy lurch, and he was free at the time of a net Cooper and Todd Schultz's murder. Yeah. And so he was long suspected of this case he has been executed by the state of Ohio, so good luck investigating that at the time. Yeah. If you haven't looked wick line, you should because he is. I mean, he is a scary monster. You. If you wanted to write a murder book or a mystery book, right? You could, you could look his life in base a criminal or murderer after him and have a have a good selling book. Now, out of nowhere, captain there is a break in the long cold case. This didn't come until June of two thousand and seven. This is when a woman sandy Lyn Scott, she is visiting her probation officer and they're talking through some things, and she says to her probation officer, I think that twenty five years ago that those two people that were murdered Todd and Annette, I think they were at my house the night that they disappeared. And I think that they left with my husband and a man that she, she didn't know his name. She described the man as looking like a chipmunk. Okay. Okay. So you want to be described as a handsome, dude, and not a chipmunk right note self. Well, her husband is Kenny Lyn, Scott. We've heard that name. Before haven't we? He was the man in the corn stalks that were watching the police when they found the bodies. Yeah, and they questioned Kenny Lynch got the cut. And she says, when her husband Kenny came home that he was covered in blood and he had a bad cut to his arm. But he refused to discuss what had happened investigators very quickly zeroed in on Kenny Lyn Scott. And then they also zeroed in on the man that looked like a chipmunk. And this was Chester McKnight who was in prison for possession of child pornography and attempting to arrange sex with an under undercover officer posing as a teenage girl real winner. Now Lyn Scott, Kenny Lyn Scott told investigators, there was a chance, a small chance that the murdered couple had been at his house that night and that he might have even been in the cornfield with them that night. But he said he did not kill them. Okay. But what happens is once they zero in on this McKnight guy, that's in prison already. He very quickly says, I killed them and Lyn Scott helped me really? Yes. So do you want to hear how this goes down yet, but do we have a why we do? And this is this is what is so sad about this, our show and about our world about these stories. A lot of times, it's very clear that these murders are just senseless that there are people that are wiped off of this earth. They are taken from their loved ones way too young and almost for no reason at all or reasons that don't make sense to to good people too good, normal people, right? This is the story that was told to police the on the evening of October fourth nineteen eighty-two Todd in a net went to a local small time, drug dealers house. This is Kenny Lyn, Scott. The thought was that they were there to purchase a small amount marijuana and have a couple of beers. They're just going to have a little party a little get together. They're adults. We've all been there. The drug dealer, Kenny Lyn, Scott. He had his friend at the house. This is Chester McKnight at the time. McKnight was a drifter who was also nicknamed Chester the molester.

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"kenny lynch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"kenny lynch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Aligned with evolution give me a story so i contacted his manager kenny lynch and i said could i set up an interview but she was very basic it was very very difficult to arrange it and so i went on trying but you know one two years i can't contacting her but first he was on hanukkah that he was in toronto that he was on doing something else i could never reach not so then kenny lynch kinda disappeared and instead there was another assistant came online coca tarian she was extremely different she would respond to my my emails immediately sometimes she would email me a two in the morning or on a sunday morning she seemed to be just coming online.

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"kenny lynch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"kenny lynch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hours which i can tell you about in a minute but we had a great compensation which was absolutely about what what radical billions book is is now but at the end he showed me around his apartment he was a tiny apartment i mean you really it was it was a must have been the whole thing must have been eight hundred square feet and he he showed me around his apartment and then he showed me you into one room which was like the office but it was very messy that was just talks he's everywhere and i said oh i said where does ketari work and he said oh ketari let me introduce you to qatari so he took me into the kitchen and you know sometimes you have those cabinets that are high up above the sink and the open the cabinet and right on the top shelf of the cabinet there was a statue of a native american woman and he said meek terry and so what had happened was his previous manager kenny lynch defrauded him and taking off with all these money i mean he he was he was left with nothing embezzlement his previous his manager embezzled into the team at eight million dollars and so we had nothing less so he had to invent a fictitious a fictitious assistant coca terry who he communicated with people but it was actually him so all this time that i was emailing qatari wow many and he had to live a different lifestyle i guess or yeah actually said to me at one time he said you know if i if i started living on a y'all if i started having a y'all living in a big house and all the magic would go out of the music of the music is actually born out of a a simplicity the music is generated out of this simple down to us life so he was always like that very very simply right up to the end of his life although he was very successful in the last couple of years and he did these big world tours so he was very successful but he never lost that that very very innocent simplicity you're into natural supplements like guy aren't you.

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"kenny lynch" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"kenny lynch" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"That's when you have the best chance of actually downloading ideas original that are aligned with ablution give me a story so i contacted his manager kenny lynch and i said but i set up an interview but she was very evasive it was very very difficult to arrange it and so i went on trying but you know one two years i catch contacting her but first he was on hanukkah that he was in toronto then he was on doing something else i could never reach so then kenny lynch kinda disappeared and instead there was a another assistant came online coca terry and she was extremely different she would respond to my my emails immediately sometimes that she would email me you know two in the morning or on a sunday morning she seemed to be just commonly online into this wasn't she qatari must've been the whole thing must have been eight hundred square.

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"kenny lynch" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"kenny lynch" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The best chance of actually downloading ideas original that are aligned with evolution give me a story so i contacted his manager kenny lynch and i said good i set up an interview but she was very evasive it was very very difficult to arrange it and so i went on trying but you know one two years i kept contacting her but first he was on hanukkah that he was in toronto then he was on doing something else i could never reach not so then kenny lynch disappeared and instead there was another assistant came online called ketari and she was extremely different she would respond to my my emails immediately sometimes that she would email me you know a two in the morning or on a sunday morning she seemed to be just permanently online into this.

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"kenny lynch" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kenny lynch" Discussed on WRVA

"Well i think the story you wanted to hear was how i met leonard cohen right getting into that it's a kind of a funny story because leonard came out with an album in two thousand two called tenue songs and i don't know if you've ever heard it but it's just it's astoundingly brilliant he's one of those usually if i get an album with ten songs on it they'll be one song that i really like and the rest of the of the of the tracks i just forget about but this was an album wet every single song was amazing so i wanted to interview him for a book i wrote in came out and thousand five called the translucent revolution so i contacted manager kenny lynch and i said good i set up an interview but she was very evasive it was very very difficult to arrange it and so i went on trying for one two years i kept contacting her but first he was on hanukkah that he was in toronto then he was doing something never reached leonard so then kenny lynch kinda disappeared at instead there was a another assistant came online ketari and she was extremely different she would respond to my my emails immediately sometimes she would email me you know a two in the morning or on a sunday morning she seemed to be just commonly online into this wasn't she qatari.

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