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Jayme Closs ////// 253

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Jayme Closs ////// 253

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Monday, just before one in the morning, someone with the seven one five area code called nine one one. There's no mention of anyone asking for help. But according to this log dispatch could hear a lot of yelling. It's unclear if whoever called hung up or someone else did. But the log says quote called number back and was unable to leave a voicemail. It goes on to say voicemail indicates the phone list to Denise Jamie, clashes mom, dispatch, apparently, tried to niece's phone several more times. But no answer. They tried to call the landline. But the phone was disconnected. They also picked the phone to an address the close family home. When police arrived at one four AM. They thought it was a suicide attempt police reported a man was down. And that there were multiple round spent minutes later, they said the door had been kicked in and that the man who was down had answered the. Door then at one eleven to subjects down and just after three o'clock. The call changed from attempted suicide to homicide almost an hour later a juvenile. We would later. Learn is Jamie Kloss was reported missing. All right, captain, what we've done this a couple of times where we have a case plan for an upcoming show. Usually we cover a cold case or sometimes a criminal profile. But then we have these cases that are all over the news, and we get many request to cover them kind of as they are unfolding in front of our eyes, hundreds of requests. So if you didn't recognize the name, Jamie cloths than you've been paying attention to the news, and I can't say that I blame you if you haven't been paying attention because I- to avoid the news, captain, sometimes it leaves me depressed or angry, and that's not feelings that I love having. That's why void you. Well, let's get into this case. And you heard the trailer there, let's go through a general timeline of events, and we'll go through this. And then what kind of get into some certain points in more detail so on October fifteenth and approximately twelve fifty eight AM Barron county sheriff's department receives a nine one one. Call from twelve sixty eight US eight so that's highway eight a residents just outside of Barron. The dispatcher was not able to make contact with the caller on the line deputies respond to the home and find to adults dead inside a thirteen year old girl named Jamie Kloss is presumed missing at this time. Investigators from Barron county, the Wisconsin division of criminal investigation. The FBI and the National Center for missing and exploited children show up to help at the scene FitzGerald. He's the lead lead sheriff their share FitzGerald announces that the class home was searched by drone an infrared camera. But there were no signs of Jamie. Investigators also go to Jamie school in Barron to interview teachers and classmates for potential information. So what I think we can deduce from this here is that after arriving on the scene finding to adults dead inside the close family home. They're covering their bases. And making sure that they presume the thirteen year old daughter who was thought to have been home with her parents at the time of the attack to be missing. But they're going to the school and checking the neighborhood to confirm that she's not somewhere nearby on this is Sunday night going into Monday morning, correct. Yeah. So. At three thirty pm a nationwide amber alert is sent out for Jamie Kloss. She is described as five foot tall one hundred pounds with blond or strawberry. Blonde hair at six PM and updated press release from the sheriff's department identifies the deceased as Jamie's parents, which is fifty six year old James Kloss and forty six year old Denise Kloss. Now the next day on the sixteenth of this month at eleven AM law enforcement, hold a press conference stating tips have continued to come in. And investigators have continued to investigate. However, there are currently no suspects. Residents of barren and neighboring communities were asked at this time to be on the lookout in think about if anyone they know has been acting in a different manner missing work or school, missing appointments changing behaviors or wanting to skip town. And if so they are to notify the sheriff's office. Sheriff FitzGerald explains the nine one call nine one one call Monday morning, saying it was made from a cell phone now at that time he said his dispatchers weren't able to make contact with anyone on the line. But it was apparent that. A disturbance was going on that be I is in continues to monitor Jamie's social media accounts for any possible leads and investigators have returned to the home several times to take a second look at the crime scene to make sure nothing was missed. Then we have this interesting thing here captain on that same day, we have a possible sighting. And Florida the Miami police department announced receiving a tip that an individual who gave the tip believes that they saw Jamie Kloss at a gas station Monday afternoon, riding in the back of a black Ford Explorer with with a Wisconsin license plate of one six zero. Dash w e r this was in. The area of northwest twenty seventh avenue and eleventh street, and here's a news clip witness claims to have seen Jamie clause inside this black as UV yesterday afternoon at a Miami gas station seventeen hundred miles away from Jamie's last confirmed sighting Sunday afternoon in her hometown of Barron, Wisconsin, you can briefly see eighteen age girl sitting in the front passenger seat as a driver pulled up to a gas pump. She doesn't appear to be restrained at the time moments before a man got out of that same vehicle and walked up to another SUV in a truck to talk with others Miami police shared the update last night via social media. We're actively researching that tip, but what I'm telling you. I'm the face of information. You can sense frustration from Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald today that the claim God out before confirming. It was actually Jamie every tip continues to be followed up on. And if it's something that we need to get out to you. We will get that information. It will come. For me. And what I like about what he's saying. There is okay. We have this report that comes out early. We don't know if it's her. We haven't confirmed it by. Hey, anything that's important is going to come out of my mouth at these press conferences. Yeah. That's the head guy in charge. Share FitzGerald of Barron county, Wisconsin, they're talking at the end. And like you said canton. I think that's very smart because he seeing very early on look first of all description of the area. This is not, you know, murders, not a common situation, and then on top of that we have two people killed and kidnapping that take place bright all impossible kidnapping. Yes. So now, we have the sheriff whose recognizing that. Guess what information may be coming out from all different angles from all over the place, including Florida where he sees that. And it's going to be social media could be newspapers could be TV. But what he stating is if something real happens. You will hear it from me? Right. I might not be the first to report it, but I'm going to confirm or or clear up the situation before you hear it from me. What's great about what they're doing already is their involvement with FBI? Yes. And so is kidnapping is in FBI crime as well as taking somebody past state lines. So what I like here is that we have them working together and working from from my perspective working well together because the sheriff's department have several problems one they have a double homicide to investigate. They currently have no suspects in that double homicide or the believed kidnapping of this thirteen-year-old girl. Right. They have a lot going on right in their own backyard going to Florida and investigating this. I witness claim of seeing Jamie cloths with two men is something they're not going to have the manpower to work, therefore, the FBI gets this tip and. The FBI is the one that's going to look into this. And you hear the newscaster who's describing what is seen in. What is shown on surveillance footage that was taken at that gas station. This is pretty clear surveillance footage. What they didn't say was that police were told by the possible eyewitness that two. Well, dressed men with beards were inside this vehicle and that these men were reportedly in their thirties and between five foot seven and five foot nine and two hundred two hundred and fifty pounds. Now, it was later that same day that share FitzGerald says that the tip that they received from the Miami police department has been investigated and ruled to be quote, not credible. Right. He also said that the F B I was the team that looked into the video and investigated now this caused me some concern early on captain because my first thought was we have a license plate number and this license plate number was given by the eye witness. And usually we. Don't have that. We get a description of vehicle, right? And this one we get a one six zero. Dash w e r so my first thought was if they quickly again, I don't think there's a dash in there. So one six zero w e r right? Okay. So if if you look into this my first thought is if they're saying so quickly that it's not a credible sighting. Then there must be something very quick that they were able to dismiss this. And maybe they talked to the owner. And that's why they're so confident in this dismissal of the sighting. Yes. And my first thought captain was either that plate number does not exist or maybe that plate number is on a different vehicle than what is described by the possible eyewitness I did do a little checking in that plate number does line up with a Ford Explorer, a black two thousand seventeen Ford Explorer, and we won't go into that any more than we need to like you said they may have. Spoke to the owner of this vehicle that the big question that this raise though, too was that her being cited in Florida. The thought was maybe this has to do with sex trafficking. There's thousands and thousands of girls missing and their parents aren't dead their parents weren't shot to death in their homes. Well, what we have here too is the sheriff coming out at the same time saying that, hey, we don't think that that was a credible sighting number one. But number two says that there's no clear-cut information that proves that the case has anything to do with sex trafficking. And FitzGerald also said that there was no information yet now mind, you this is the day after yet that can clearly show that this is an abduction. However, he continued to reiterate the Jamie is missing and endanger on the have not released the nine one one call that came from Jamie's mother came from Jamie's mother's phone. They haven't released that. And what the speculation is. They do believe that Jamie was home at the time that the the shootings took place, the murders took place all we can speculate as that they hear something on that call for them to believe that I mean and all the reporting right now as we believe she was there. Yes. So let's get let's go ahead and get into that. We'll we'll veer away from the time line for just a second. But that's an interesting thing because there is the police constantly saying that we have reason to believe that Jamie was home at the time of the attack. Now, we did have a neighbor that came out and said that the police or the sheriff's department may have accidentally leaked some information to her during the course of their questioning because she states that she was told by the sheriff's department or whoever she spoke with that they believe Jamie was heard in the background. Either screaming or yelling for help. Right. And like we said there was nothing but commotion going on during that nine one one call. But that's what the neighbor is stating that that might be their evidence, or their reason to believe that Jamie was home at the time of the attack on October seventeenth share FitzGerald said autopsies conducted on James and Denise Kloss on their bodies determined that they died from gunshot wounds. Their deaths were of course, ruled as homicides officials believe Jamie was still at home as we said at the time of the homicides on the eighteenth. Search party is an action and Jamie classes added to the FBI's top missing persons list. Joined by local state federal foreigners school district. That's in charge. FBI special agent charge dusty tell male. The diametrically are superintendent of the veterinary school district. Tip line as three pm today. We received over two hundred tips again that tip line number is eight five one eight. One eight one eight five five seven four four three seven nine. We will continue credible information from this forty press briefings, and our Facebook page, tips and information that are being released that does not come from his forty that is not credible information FBI is here export the investigation and the community is safe return, Jamie. Providing number of resources investigative technical tact gold and intelligence agents from our child duck Shen. Rapid deployment team FBI along with our law enforcement partners is committed to finding Jamie quickly and ask for the public health. Naked. Half on Monday, October twenty second at four PM. The sheriff's department holds another press conference releasing multiple vehicles of interest share FitzGerald shows three images of two vehicles of interest that were in the area of the clause home at the time of the incident. One of the vehicles was reported as either a two thousand four to two thousand ten black Acura MDX or a two thousand six to two thousand and ten black Ford edge. The other vehicle was reported as two thousand eight to two thousand fourteen red or orange in color dodge, challenger, FitzGerald, ask if anyone has seen these vehicles to report them to the tip line, the tip line number which is in today's show notes is one eight five five seven four four three eight seven nine, and we will repeat that at the end of the show. You don't wanna say like this sheriff Senate? Well, I think. One seven four seven five. Yeah. Fitzgerald, unfortunately, he he makes the number a little confusing in that press conference or the press. Release says he's sometime people they are troubled if they should put the one before it or go straight into the area code. I always go one, right and then area code so these vehicles. What's interesting here, captain is one we should point out that the black Ford edge is not the same vehicle that we discussed earlier, the Ford Explorer, the recited are very similar though, they are similar. So I would describe a black Acura MDX or black Ford edge as a small kind of a compact SUV sporty, she forty SUV that's a good good answer. And then we have the dodge challenger, which is very much an American muscle car. Now, the reason for giving the range in years is because they're talking about a specific body style. So it would imagine what those three different models of vehicle that they're stating. We can't say if this is a two thousand four five six seven eight or nine or ten, but the body style of the Acura MDX for those years would fit what we saw on camera. Right. So what do we mean what we saw on camera? Well, we gotta keep in mind here. They are saying that these vehicles were spotted in the area of the clause home at the time of the incident. This is not like they're not saying these vehicles were in the driveway of the class family home on like we saw with the Molly Tippett's case a small community comes together. And you have a lot of people that might own a pizza shop or my own a gas station, and they're going to turn over their surveillance to the cops in this case. And obviously, they don't have license plates for either of these vehicles. But as probably too far away too far. Far away. And what we're also seeing here is there not perfectly certain of the color of the dodge challenger. So this would have been at nighttime under the cover of darkness. And this vehicle would have appeared to be read or maybe even orange at times, I saw one newspaper article that stated that their sheriff's department was a bit divided. When seeing the footage of these vehicles where about half of them swore that it was orange and the other half say, no that's a red dodge challenge. But you gotta watch out for those cops that are colorblind. Yes. But just to be perfectly clear, those are three images three descriptions of vehicles. But there are only two vehicles that were cited. So the black Acura MDX in the black Ford edge are very similar looking vehicles. The next thing that we really need to dive into is the dispatcher call log there's a lot of discrepancies where the please say while they show up in. It's a suicide. But then they think it's a homicide. So there's a lot of discrepancies there. Let's get into that. Right. After this quick break. Support for today's show comes from Brooklyn named the winner of the best online betting category by good, housekeeping. Brooklyn is the fastest growing bedding brand in the world. With over twenty thousand five star reviews Brooklyn and is on a mission and their mission is to bring five star hotel quality sheets to everyday life, offering luxury sheets without the luxury markup their method. Eliminating the middleman to keep things personal from design to manufacturing to customer service and beyond. I love my Brooklyn and sheets slept on them last night sleeping on them. Again tonight. 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And he describes Jamie as shy, but kind person who was friends with everyone. She Mets and every time he would see her should always have big smile on her face. Very good in school. Lots of friends in school. The kind of person you really liked the no because everytime you see her. She had a big smile for you. And. Come up and talk and same with their mind. It was it was just a very good family. Very good family. Captain. It was early last week. I actually believe it was on October twenty third that the nine one one dispatch call log was released by the Barron county sheriff's department now the nine one one call came in the dispatcher heard a disturbance and a lot of yelling in the background. According to sheriff, Chris FitzGerald, nobody spoke directly to the dispatcher. The log shows the nine one one call was made from Denise clauses cell phone when the call was dropped or when it ended the dispatcher called the number back in was unable to leave a voicemail the phone pinged to the Kloss address and three police cars were sent to the address the dispatcher tried calling the cellphone several more times, but did not receive an answer and attempted call to the land line at the residents was made. But the phone was disconnected from the time. They got the call. To the time that they arrived at the scene. How do we know how long that was well actually in full disclosure here? Captain that's been reported several different times. Okay. So I've seen it reported as early as the nine one one call came in at twelve fifty three and as late as one AM, and then I have them arriving on the scene as early as twelve fifty eight and as late as one oh, four AM. So. This is roughly four to ten minute response time. Right. Not bad. Okay. So according to the call log at one zero three a m they were advised of a possible suicide attempt requested EMS at that time at one oh, four AM advise one male down multiple rounds spent at one oh, five AM advise the door had been kicked in advised that the male who is down had answered the door, unknown. If anyone is missing one, oh seven advise, they would be clearing the house. All right. So let's just kind of unpack that real quick here. And a lot of this is going to be police jargon. This is going to be the way that the dispatcher in the police and the sheriff for used to communicating with each other to get to get proper information as quickly as possible to have faith that the Colonel can unpack that jargon for us. Well, the first thing I wanna point. Out here, which is a little confusing because at one of three they're saying they're advising dispatcher of possible suicide attempt they need to request EMS. So they're calling for medical services. Emergency medical services to arrive on the scene, right, obviously, they believe they have someone that is injured dead or in the process of dying. The problem here is they believe it's a suicide attempt. My guess I'm going to have to just kind of guess here. Captain, they would find James Kloss, basically right in front of the front door on the inside of the home. Right. I wonder if there was a window there that maybe they were able to see into the home and could see that. There was a male down right in front of the door thinking, maybe it was a possible suicide attempt because when they're arriving on the scene there. Probably not hearing anything they're not seeing any site anything inside moving inside of the home. All they can see before they've entered the home is that they have. Man down near the front door. Then they we know that they enter the home. And this is when they state that they're advising the dispatcher that the door has been kicked in and also advising that they believe that the male who is down had answered the door or was near the door. And they also stay it's unknown at this time if anyone is missing and that they advise that they would be clearing the house. So what does that mean they've not fully entered the home at this point? They've not gone into every room. But what they have is they now have the door open. They can see that multiple bullets were fired. And that this man is dead in front of the door. They're probably shouting in sheriff's department sheriff's department, and they're getting no response from anybody inside of the home. What we need to think about here is because a lot of times us as armchair detectives will sit back and look at a crime scene or look at a cold case and go how the hell did the police? Solve that. How the hell did the sheriff's department? Screw this up. Look at the call. Log there on the scene at one. Oh, three they're advising by one. Oh, seven that. They're going to be clearing the house, meaning they're going in guns drawn and they're going to enter every room of this house. Four minutes after arriving on the scene. They found a dead person door kicked in multiple round spent they don't know if anybody's missing or if anybody else inside of the home is dead or that the killer is inside the home try to process that in your mind for a second that a lot of times share in police arriving on scene, and they don't know what they're walking into. Yeah. The way this house is laid out. It's it's a ranch, but the garage is like you go around like a hill. It's inside. It's like in the basement, but you can drive might be a split level home. It looks to me like the yard would be quite dark at night as well. Like, it doesn't look to be a bright spot on the road. Let's say it's kind of tucked away. Way back there when we do know that the neighbors heard some gunshots, but it's such a rural area that people are hunting people are shooting guns all the time. So they didn't even they thought that it was a possible homeowner shooting at a bear was what their statement was. Right. I mean, well, and by point though, is you know, when you live in an area like that you hear gunshots, and you automatically assume the worse, right? Well, at one eight AM they advised that two subjects are down and unresponsive at one nineteen requested to have a search team ready to go advise to suss subjects down. No gun. Located at this time. So I think that's where we're going to see a shift in the thought of what they believe may have happened at the home because if this was a suicide or a murder suicide, you would expect to find the gun on one of these people, or at least the very least somewhere in the home at one thirty eight they requested photos of the property and shortly after they requested a poll Cam and a drone to help them. Get some different visuals of the house and property. Here's a really weird thing on the call log, and I'm not certain exactly what this means captain. But at two AM car number three to five which is one of the vehicles on the scene. It vies the dispatcher that Cheyenne person's name Cheyenne and J L are were asked to leave as they were driving by multiple times. I could be neighbors. I looked through the newspaper articles to try to see if there was any mention. Of Cheyenne or J L? Are if anybody out there comes across the that name or initials, Email the show put it on the blog. Let us know who they are. But whoever these people were they were driving past the scene multiple times and asked to leave again, I'd chock it up too nosy neighbors at two thirty six the type of call change. This is when it switched from suicidal person slash attempted suicide to a homicide and then about an hour later. They entered Jamie Kloss as a missing juvenile at four zero two they sent a t t y tu e you Clare county requesting their assistance with nine one one call clean. So captain. You know, what this means there? They have the audio from the nine one one call and they're looking for somebody to try to clean it up in decipher what is being said on that call bright, which that's why is looking to see if it was released yet. So maybe we could do that ourselves. The following be on. Lookout for call goes out. Attention dispatch reference missing endangered juvenile -ducted by stranger subject name Kloss, Jamie L, sex female, race, white date of birth July, thirteen two thousand and five height. Five foot. Wait one hundred pounds. I colored green hair-color blonde or strawberry date of last contact ten fifteen two thousand eighteen and they do stay in this beyond the lookout that the they believe the subject was objected from her home in Barron, Wisconsin, and she is considered endangered due to the unknown status of the suspect states that they were unable to issue an amber alert at that time for some reason that amber would go out the that day, but it would be three twenty pm so fairly quickly. They get an amber out amber alert out looking for the missing child, and they are canvassing the local area too. Interview residents and the neighbor neighbors in the neighborhood one neighbor told police that they were called hearing two distinct gunshots ring out around eleven fifty three PM on the night of the crime. And that's about an hour earlier than than all. Lawn. Sorry. Yeah. Roughly an hour earlier. So I question I questioned that time or if that was a misprint in the article that I read, but regardless like, you said there is a neighbor telling police and sheriff the they were called hearing to distinguish it on shy. But if that is true, then these perpetrators could of spent quite a while in the house, they could have the thing here, though, is I'm assuming by what's going on here. The if Denise we know the call came from Denise clauses cell phone, right? If she was the one in fact, making that call I don't know how long would have taken to to shooter. I'm sorry. There's no nice way of saying this. So there was some more information that came out, and that was all stuff that we can kind of deduce from that call. But the simplicity of it is that the door to the homeless kicked in and there's visible bullet holes that were evident to the police responding and once. Inside they discovered the body of fifty six year old James Kloss, and it appeared to them. This is their words as though he was fatally shot while answering the door or possible knock at the door. Forty-six year old Denise Kloss was found dead in the bathroom. It sounds to me like this bathroom. I haven't seen a layout of the home. But it sounds like this bathroom is down a hallway somewhere near that entrance to the home. Right. And it sounds like she may have barricaded herself inside of this bathroom and attempt to hide from the attacker at least while she can make the nine one one call. She could have been also told by her husband, a people are trying to get in the house hide right now, the family dog was left unharmed in the firearm used to kill James, and Denise was not recovered from the scene. All right. So whatever gun they used, and we're assuming at this point based of the what we're being. Told as one gun. Correct not multiple guns. And now we have a dog to know what kind of dog. I don't I don't believe that they've outwardly stated that it was one gun that killed both individuals. Right. But like you said, it's they say the gun, right? That killed these two has not been located. I do think it's pretty general knowledge. What type of dog this was? But I didn't include it in my notes. I know that it's been reported. I just wanted to see if it was a dog that somebody could easily take control of or it'd be a dog that would put up more of a fight or where the location of the dog was right because you know, some people put their dogs up at night this is fairly late. You would think that maybe these two were getting ready to go to bed at some point or were already in bed. Right. Maybe they've put their dog up for the night, and you know, the attacker or attackers never even saw the dog, but heard the barking coming from closed door, again, it's confusing because we don't know the house the this the way I look at the house. Let me let me pull that up. So you can see that real quick. And I will put this on all social media and the website as well. All right. So when I look at this house, you're right. I mean, it looks like a ranch. And then it's where the basement is a walkout, but also you would park instead of it being a full basement half that basement would be dedicated to a two car garage. I see what you're saying. Definitely looks more ranch on top of a basement than what I said earlier about being split level. So should we get into some of the theories here, captain less do it? Well, a popular theory early on in may still be to this day. Depending on who you talk to is that Jamie had a boyfriend in was somehow involved with someone who killed her parents and convinced her to run away with them. Now, obviously, friends and family refused to entertain the idea. And although nothing can be ruled out at this point in time. Police do believe that Jamie is not a suspect. They have publicly stated that she is not a suspect. And that she was taken against her will bond, even though this seems like maybe a unlikely. Scenario her being also thirteen we have seen cases like this in the past. Yeah, we certainly have there's been situations where a boyfriend will kill parents or some type of guardian of a girl or the girls involved in it as well. And then they run off together to another state. Continuing on. I don't know. I I don't know how I feel about that captain like that that theory, I will stay this. When the news first broke within the first few days, I hadn't seen anybody state that publicly that Jamie could have been involved in there was that little true crime guy in me that was saying, hey, man, I've read cases like this before. And I it's possible. Right. It's possible. And then that citing and Florida I was glad that they discredited that that Florida citing for several reasons one it looked like one of two things to me either. She was involved in some manner because remember they state the girl seen in that black SUV doesn't appear to be restrained in any manner. So are there she was involved or the her captors had control of her in a sense that they weren't worried about her running off, and maybe this next theory, which has. Been a very popular one as well. Maybe because of the location that it hinted towards something like this that and this is one we've already kind of discussed that Jamie is still alive, but she's in the hands of sex traffickers, right, which is still odd to me. And just when you factor in this possibility that the father was opening up the door and possibly on his wife hide or the wife new to hide. What were they are frayed of what were they involved in? Who did they know that there would be fearful for their life? And then the then the question becomes, okay. Why did you murder these individuals? And then why did you take their daughter? I will say this. And I understand that look I'm not I'm not going to pretend that I'm an expert in sex trafficking, or understanding those types of crimes be I think, but what I will stay is this that the times that I have. Looked into similar crimes if this was a sex trafficking crime. It seems to me like they fit a very similar MO in a sense that they usually will wait for the target to be alone. Right. And they're ab- -ducted usually off the streets or in a public place or maybe from their own home. But at a time where nobody else's home. This seems very different to me in a sense that it feels to me like whoever went to that house that night expected somebody to be there bright, and may have expected more than just even if they were thinking Jamie was there and wanted to take her for any number of reasons almost like they were expecting that the parents would be there and write they obviously were expecting to be met with some kind of aggression and some kind of pushback in defense because they were armed right? And that's why I believe the murder knew them. Well, maybe didn't know that Jamie was going to be there. And and. So. Maybe have a feud with the mother and father you want them dead. But then Jamie sees you, right. And then you have to take her. But maybe you don't want to kill her. So that could be a possibility as well. What? And that's that's really the core of this case, isn't it that we have a situation where the parents are killed Jamie is assumed to have been taken in alive. Yeah. Think. These two individuals are killed in cold blood like this person, not kicked in the door, which I actually talked to a retired police officer about this case. A little bit this week and us really surprised for them to start that hard to kick in the door. No, it's not it's it's disturbingly easy. And that's why you see that, you know, most of the objects that are going to prevent people from pushing in your door. They're all on the same spot of the door frame. You know, they're all right around the doorknob itself. And if you can get a good amount of pressure right there in that point. You can probably you don't have to break down the whole door. You only have to break down that little six inch to one foot range of the door at self, right? And that's why you know, it's nice to have dead bolts that are up higher on your door as well. As there's the ceiling one in the floor one. I have the little floor boop thing. Whatever you wanna call that. And those things are pretty pretty solid, man. But the thing to to me at the core of this case is Jamie is kept alive. Jamie is. Alive at the end of that attack. But the parents are not while this is what they believe. Right. And for me, there's a reason behind that. Now, it could be any number of reasons there could be many bad reasons, why she was taken an and kept alive or there could be less bad reasons in what I mean by that is like something you hinted on earlier just saying that maybe they didn't intend for her to be there. Right. And for some reason, this is a person or persons that didn't intend to kill a child. Let's keep in my she's thirteen she's a child, and we don't know much about their history or background as of yet because this is all relatively new, but we also do know that there were at a family function before. And how many of us have been at family functions that turn out to create some kind of argument. So I'm sure that something that law enforcement, and that BI is looking into you. Gotta wonder how strong are they looking at. Their place of employment because we have a weird situation here to where the two of them worked at the same space same location. They both worked for that Jenny Ohs Turkey company, right? And then so if there was some kind of. Fight at work or some kind of argument at work to that carryover. And and and that's why there were murdered again. It's also weird time, and we got Sunday going into Monday, that's kind of odd time, but again coming from a family function was there something more heated that was involved there could somebody have been waiting and watching the house or are they striking at a point in time where they fully believe in expect the, you know, James and Denise to be home because a, but in that scenario to that, you you would expect that Jamie would be home her parents are home. She has to go to school the next day assume that the perpetrator would know that this thirteen year old girls going to be home. Would you think that that? We're really kinda looking at two scenarios. I know there's a whole lot of possibilities and theories to go over. But really, do you think? This boils down to two scenarios one where either Jamie might have been the target or or or part of the reason for the way that this went down or to that Jamie was unexpected that either Jamie was not known about to the offender or or they didn't expect her to be there for some reason. Like, you said that that is a good possibility where they assume that the mother and father are home, but they don't even know about faming. I would be a that's something. I actually haven't really thought of. So I think that's a good point that law enforcement's could have to look at as well, I did read an article that states that there are thirty two registered sex offenders within just three miles of this home. Now, that's kind of a weird statement because you could take any number of ways thirty two depending on where you live may seem like a high number may not seem like a high number. But in this area, I got a call. All this a large number because once you take into account that the population of the location is only about three thousand people so that's thirty two registered sex offenders a concentrated area, which is certainly cause for concern. Yeah. I I don't think I'd wanna live in the areas, especially with the thirteen year old daughter, if you get on the internet, and you start looking, and I shouldn't have laughed when I said that. But if you get everybody gets on the internet and looks up sex offender, if you look it up you're always I've always been shocked every time like that number's higher than I expected. There is only. Well, that's what's nice about where I live. I'm kind of a little secluded a little bit neighborhood. That's secluded, but one within like, I dunno six-mile, eight mile radius one and you've put a tracking device on his vehicle. No. I don't have any kids not where on that level. But a, but you know, I know what he drives I know where he lives. Well, according to Jon Lieberman. He's a reporter and former investigator for America's most wanted he states. This community is meth is the number one public safety issue in the number one drug problem. So he says that he speculating that they are probably looking at anybody who is attached to the meth community and seeing if anyone there possibly could be involved while and there's a crime that we covered hopefully, you can remember it. But it was the house was taken over during the day. The father was tied up in the basement. Yeah, they went to the Bank the Cheshire murders suggest. Yes, I lean towards that. Where it was going to be a maybe a burglary for drugs or. There's some involvement with her parents and these drug dealers or drug addicts daybreak in they kill the mom and the dad they see this thirteen-year-old girl. One of them has some sexual desires or fantasies or whatever. 'cause some perversion and says now taking this and she's going to be a victim of a different crime. Yeah. In that crime in particular. There's what I've always considered a hot debate. As to why the family was targeted where they targeted because they were perceived to be wealthy or were they targeted because the one individual the one offender murder rapist, Saul the twelve year old girl that he was attracted to in targeted them for that purpose. It's hard to tell. I mean based off the pictures of this house, and we don't have a bunch of pictures of of houses surrounding this area. So that points out. Jon Lieberman points out a couple of different options here that are interesting. Because one the thought that maybe there was math involved or somebody attached to the community that is involved in this crime. And you said maybe there could have been a beef between one of the parents are both parents and whoever pulled off this crime. Or do we have a situation where it's a robbery gone horribly wrong. And this could be and that's kind of what I was trying to say earlier. Yeah. And this could be a couple of different avenues, you could take from the so first of all the door was kicked in. So clearly there's forced entry into the home, or at least we are being told that the door was kicked in. So that to me would point to something like a robbery. The the things that don't point to something like a robbery is. There's no reports of anything of value being missing from the home. There's really no reports of anything at all missing from the home other than Jamie and the dog is kept alive. But again, I think we kind of put that to bed and we by saying look it's late at night. The dog could have been locked up right now most situations if you kick in a door that dog that dog if there's a dog home will come charging at whatever has kicked in that door. And usually the dog is the first thing to be put down. I think we have a situation where maybe the dog was in a location where it would could do only could only bark at the noises that the dog was hearing so with a robbery gone horribly wrong that would take us down to avenues the first being that they targeted the Kloss family or home for some reason. Or did they hit the wrong house? Do we have a situation here where that's possible? They were thought they were going after somebody else and they hit the wrong house. And for whatever reason they took Jamie with them the other thing too. That's interesting captain is there's not a lot of violent crime in this area. Jon lieberman. And I wanted to dive into this more. But you'd think there'd be more. If there if there's a lot of meth going on and the area. Well, there could be a lot of crime, but he specifically states violent crime, right? You know? So there could be thefts in car break ins things of that nature. Those aren't described as violent crimes, but one thing he does mention in his interview is that there is to unsolved cases in the area. And I guess he's lumping these in violent crimes one is a murder. So of course, that would be violent crime. The other is a missing persons case from nineteen Ninety-six he states that happened in that general area in their both unsolved as well. I he didn't provide enough information in the interview for me too. Go back and find out what those cases were or the details of such. But then there's this other weird super weird situation. This is not sitting well with me at all. Yeah. Pumpkin head. Yeah. Talking about. So there wasn't a rest made over the weekend. And that's when usually the captain, and I would jump out of our chairs scream gatty him. And we have all kinds of fun with the partying the problem is they arrest this guy pumpkin head. Well, it look at his pick picture, look, they those pumpkin it. Now. He he's a he's a super creep. He's a creep suppo creep. He's super creepy. Yeah. Well, this thing capped an this, dude. What's his name? Can you pull up his name for me? Rather than calling him pumpkin head like candle excite, pumpkin. Then. No. He definitely does. And he has this weird glasses who took show said of his mouth loop it. Well, I'll break this down for you. The police were fairly quick I say police it's actually the sheriff's department, but the sheriff's department were fairly quick to say that he's not a suspect in the disappearance of Jamie, nor the homicides of her parents. So on Saturday was the funeral on Saturday. There was a funeral for both on that day is when the house was broken into. Yeah. Like in the middle of the night. The super creep comes creeping in the back door, apparently he found an unlocked patio door. Now, somebody had set up motion detecting cameras. I believe it was probably the sheriff's department. He went into the home to steal clothing. And it sounds. What's being reported is that he was stealing underwear of our missing girl. Yeah. You know, most most reports state clothing, but there are some that state. Underwear of the missing girl is not a suspect. Well, I've nine pumpkin head stuff to tank tops girl's dress and two pairs of girls underwear and his coat pocket. So this is thirty two year old Kyle jank Anise, and I'll spell that last name because it's tricky for me. J E N K E. Dash is that a dasher hyphen A N N I S. So this thirty two year old super creep was arrested over the weekend. As the captain was saying this was on the same day as the double funeral, and it was also on the same day where they doubled the reward money. That's being offered for information on the case specifically to find thirteen year old Jamie Kloss, an endless here this. He tells authorities that he was curious about what size Jamie was okay. That's a little weird. And then he says, you know. You know, I didn't know the family, although he worked at the same. He worked. Uh-huh. Turkey store. Yeah. So I'm wondering how much of the population in this area work at that Jenny owes because like you and I can go to the store here in Columbus, Ohio. And by Jenny owes Turkey like so I don't know how big of a operation that is. And there's a chance maybe he didn't know them. But it's quite the coincidence that he has an interest and thirteen year old girls underwear he works at the same place or same company, at least as the parents. And he's brazen enough or dumb enough for both. I don't know how you wanna look at it to go creeping in their home could this place beyond any more of a high alert. Yeah, you're talking dude. You're talking about a desire for girls underwear that so strong that you can't stop yourself from going into a home where two individuals were murdered a girl was taken and your desire for girls. Underwear so strong that you go into this location. That's on high alert. I guess a me. I I'm telling you, I I want some more information as to why this guy was cleared yet. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Pumpkin head has his head. So far up his anus. I mean, again like you said like you just said why was he cleared 'cause this seems strange especially on the day that they're having funerals. Who was it? A handful of years ago in Ohio. There was an individual that broke into a home. And he would later claim that the family came home while he was in the process of burglarizing the home. He ends up killing the adults that startled him in eat. He abducted a twelve or thirteen year old girl at the time. It's Matthew Hoffman is the name of the offender. What's what's weird here is I kind of look at this case the way that I'm looking at the the current state of this case right now of Jamie clauses case, and what I mean by that is if my memory serves me, right? I think Matthew. Hoffman after he was apprehended. He sat pretty damn quiet about what it actually happened for several days. He wasn't willing to innate basically caught them red-handed because they found the objected girl with him. So they know he was guilty. Right. Yeah. But again, this could be this could be law enforcement a hand. That's what that's what I mean. Could have this too. We have this third. Thirty two year old. Kyle super creep guy. Sues just sitting there quiet for now and not willing to fess up to anything. And maybe they don't find anything at his apartment has houses dwelling wherever and so they have nothing to time to the case. But this is an area where there's a lot of there's laying those outbuildings. Could you have some other place that he does a super creepy stuff? You also have to wonder we mentioned thirty two registered sex offenders in the area in that general area. You have to wonder does he fall on that list is his name pop up on that list on check this out over the weekend. Sheriff is going to say that hey that reward fifty thousand dollars for information on this case. And then a Facebook post on Monday, he said more than two thousand tips poured in this weekend. So hopefully, this was a case that so many people said, hey, check this out. And I think it's because we're only getting little bits of information and at first it was missing girl than then you find out on out, not only she missing. But our parents were murdered probably at the time that she went missing and the knee here. This thing about that. Maybe she's in Miami, Florida. And and so. It's really difficult to cover case. That's this new and as things are coming out. And it's hard to know what direction really to go in because law enforcement is going to keep a lot of this stuff close to their chest. And maybe if there is some voice addenda. Some voice addenda fires on that nine one one tape. Maybe that would be released at some point. You know, what you might not even need voice identifiers? You might be able to just decipher who it is. Based off of the words that are said meaning that if we had if their words were said if we have gunshots fired. They obviously know how many gunshots would have been fired during the course of this. If they hear that number of shots fired. And then here avoid saying, please help or no stop or anything that you would expect the victim to say and not the perpetrators then, you know, she was home, and she was alive after the parents were no longer alive. And really the whole thing. Here is. Book. No good can come of this. This is a tragic horrible horrifying case the has ripped apart a community. But there is still time. There could still be time to save this little girl, so real quick here. Captain Jamie was Jamie is described as being quiet shy and generous friends and family told the media that the the mother daughter relationship was extremely close that she was very close to her mother and the two were inseparable Jamie clauses described as we said earlier as five foot tall and around one hundred pounds. She has green eyes and blonde or strawberry. Blonde hair. Anybody who sees anything? You know, like we talked about that sighting that came up in Florida. And even though there's been press releases to state that it's been discredited. I want to take my hat off to whoever made that phone call because they always say if you see something say something there's never been a better time. If you see something dammit say something on there's a lot of people say and stuff this weekend. I mean two thousand tips come in. So hopefully a law. Enforcement is on the right track. Any tips sightings or information can be reported to the following number one eight five five seven four four three eight seven nine again, police do not believe that she has voluntarily run away. And instead believe that she may have been taken against her will again that number is one eight five five seven four four three eight seven nine. For all of our old episodes can check them out exclusively on Stitcher. Download the Stitcher app. It's free from pursued one to episode now, they're all free and check out our new show off the record available on Stitcher premiums on new anymore. Twenty seven weeks old. It's twenty seven weeks young. How about a little quick recommended reading before we go captain? Yes. This week. We are recommending operation devil horns, the take down of MS thirteen in San Francisco. This is the story of a dedicated team of special agents. Federal prosecutors and local police who took down more than two dozen violent criminal targets in this true story of determination for Justice. This is a case of victorious commitment to public safety and taking down MS thirteen criminal network. Check that out by going to true crime, garage dot com and click on the recommended page, captain. I wish you a very happy and safe Halloween and everyone out there as well. Make sure you check for those razor blades in your kids. Candy till next week be good be kind. Don't let.

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Chapter 4: Keeping Hope Alive

88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

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Chapter 4: Keeping Hope Alive

"<music> we believe jamie was in the home at the time of the homicides and we believe she's still endanger a brutal murder in the middle of the night in a thirteen thirteen year old girl missing the case of jamie cloud captures the nation's attention sense of urgency is growing by the minute here in barron county ony wisconsin a community on edge who who did this who would do something like this a family desperate to find her. My life was ripped apart and shattered entered into pieces. A mystery in a small town been doing this for twenty years and i just don't know what happened in this case but hope never lost. Thank god god after those days we at least got answers. I'm louvre goose. This is eighty eight days. The jamie kloss story chapter four keeping hope alive. Thanks for joining us new developments tonight. Involving the close family and jamie's disappearance man has been charged for breaking into the families wisconsin home over the weekend. Sometimes there's a development in a story so bizarre that you wouldn't believe it unless you you see it with your own eyes. They reduce here with a look at what happened. Chilly rainy the barron county sheriff says this man is not a suspect in jamie's disappearance or the murder of her parents. It's but the details concerning this breaker very disturbing nonetheless and for me it takes reading the charging documents kyle janke anise to believe it's possible. Someone one did what he admits to doing. According to the criminal complaint investigators were monitoring motion activated cameras pointed at the class home early saturday and they witnessed thirty two a year old kyle jenky anise enter the class home chinky. N._s. is a thirty four year old man who works with jim and denise class at the turkey store and baron the court papers say that one night a few weeks after jamie disappears jenky anna's leaves work rides his bicycle to a laundromat then walks to the class home he notices says a patio doors unlocked. He enters in fines. Jamie's bedroom chinky anna's then steals jamie's underwear to tank tops apps and address. A motion activated camera outside. The house alerts the wisconsin d._c._i. That someone's there deputies and agents pull in at two twenty any six a._m. In the order janke anna's out of the house when we hear about this at carolina news. We wonder if this is the person who took jamie who else would return to the crime scene in snoop through her stuff chinky anna's tells investigators he took the clothing because he doesn't think anyone would miss it and he's curious about what size jamie is in. This isn't the first time he's done something like this three months earlier. A woman walked into her trailer l. home to find zinke n._s. Wearing women's lingerie in address belonging to her sixteen year old daughter but were surprised when investigators almost immediately say they truly believe believe jenky anna's had nothing to do with the killing of jim and denise class or the disappearance of jamie a judge later finds janki is incompetent pretend to stand trial on these burglaries because of mental illness. The court commits him to a state hospital in order to be medicated against his will and just weeks exp before the release of this podcast janke anna's takes a plea bargain to a less serious misdemeanor theft charge and he's put on probation false leads like this one one hundred investigators and the victims families as the holidays approach. I tonight as families prepare for thanksgiving. It will be difficult holiday for wisconsin family with empty seats at the dinner table tonight. We're hearing from jamie. Clauses extended family ahead of the first holiday since jamie disappeared and her parents were killed. Danny expe- walk spoke to the family about keeping hope alive for jamie through the holidays. Danny sits down with denis's brother steve nyberg in sisters susie allard jennifer smith. Jennifer is the aunt who gave the plea. You heard last episode suzy. Was there with her. Holding jamie's dog danny sits down with the siblings at jennifer's dining room table at her home and and baron suzanne jennifer wear black hoodies with a green ribbon and lettering that says bring jamie home in with being thanksgiving. I guess does that bring up. Some you know really tough emotions just with being the holiday and everything like that the holidays will aren't there they are they're going to be hard. It's thanksgiving. It's hard and you feel like you can't be thankful for anything but we d- we are. I thankful that we have the support we have behind us that we have our family by us through that support or hoping we can bring jamie home and let denise and jim rest in peace. I mean do this. We need to do this for german denise to yeah not so much the holidays vase i mean it's before the holidays that's when that's when we denise got on the phone with everybody i mean they of the holidays. That's one thing but mike today and yesterday was tough. Discount the fact that we didn't get a fifteen phone calls getting dinner scheduled and making sure that everybody knew what they were bringing bringing her flat black friday shopping or she would go early and get things that we weren't get right away because she would go right away yeah yeah she would have three or four copies of the ten or newspapers for so. Everybody can look at him so yeah. It's it's usually live dead. After we ate on thanksgiving any of the cooking she always brought her big bucks. Cookies from the barren bakery with three different kinds the inspiration for every holiday. Every birthday party new from friends is they just. They can't think of anybody. That would want to hurt them. <hes> is can you think of any any reason at all or anybody. I can't think of anybody. I went over and over my head because they had no enemies that i know of on that. We know if we could. I mean i mean for one. We were told the sheriff's department and second being camera. We'd put it right out there just because it would be fully exposed and and i really at this point being over thirty days and wouldn't care who's feelings hurt me. I want to get to the answer so yeah. There's there's nothing to know. They were good. They were good to everybody they were giving and they just carry cut life to themselves besides with family so i just that's why none of this makes sense just doesn't want to like denise. Jim worked in this special. Uh-huh denise interviewed. Everybody involved her. You'd probably get sick of hearing same thing again and again just about her kindness. I mean kind of person you know. Does that to someone like that. That's that's the crazy part so and that's where we're like. You said lost awesome limbo. It hasn't been frustrating. You know not because it's anyone's fault with the investigation has been frustrating. Just not knowing what frustrating aw make sure you go through our minds day shows us frustrating. I mean who wants to do that day in day out eddie and as frustrating but you have to translate that aside hoping it's for the good finding jamie hoping there's something out there hoping they're working on something. That's how i feel each day each day. I wake up with a new refreshed hope today. It's going to be the day today's my husband's birthday the only. I wish we had for today only president. He wanted to bring jamie home. Do you have any gut feeling about what may have happened or or do you really really just not no change from day to day different stuff you're here and that's why sometimes you just can't go on social media because you you hear all this rumors and stuff and why people have to make them up. I don't know because it it's hurting because then it's not true you know and then you think about it and then the jennifer is holding jamie's dog molly whom everyone i met that day jennifer spoke at the press conference. You can hear molly at times in this interview interview. Molly was in the class home when jimmy's were killed. Jennifer has been taking care of her ever since taking care of jamie's dog. Tell way back. When i first got her she was pretty scared and wanting to hide all the time she's opened up a lot and we got her groomed and just doing better like she sleeps with jamie slut turning her little kennel over there. The family tells us the main reason they wanted to do. This interview is to keep jamie's face on the news so people don't forget about the story so people don't stop searching. I'm afraid of i'm afraid it's going to lose its importance level all the news media society and then you know and if it hasn't she hasn't been found yet then you know we're just hanging on a thread a prayer and much to go by so pretend you're going for ron and then all of a sudden and you can see clear stay right in front of you and you this of sun hit something so hard and you just stand there and you didn't see it coming but but there's a glass wall that this right in front of you just stand still on you know you don't know what to do about sums up perfect homes a little bit like a big shock. I just yeah it's like a big nightmare that you don't doesn't end family that this kind of thing don't happen it. Just don't you just something we watch on tv and feel bad inside for the other family and <hes> just this doesn't happen in a small area like this and it just doesn't happen to our family but it did but it seems to me. You still have hope that jamie is alive. Most definitely take us. Yes it's gotta be. I mean i think when somebody is gone. You feel that loss and jamie i don't. I think any of us feel like that at all so i can still feel. She's gonna come home. My heart tells me that won't give that up. Thank you so so much for for talking to us. We really appreciate it danny. We just listened to the interview you did with denisa siblings siblings. That was the night before thanksgiving. That's just heartbreaking. Yes and they were really feeling the loss because here we are in holiday and they're they're remembering what denise he's used to bring for dinner and they're remembering the phone calls. She used to make the day before thanksgiving and <hes> the reality really starting to set in of what has happened in the loss that has happened so tell us more about what you saw in felt as you sat there at the dining room table well i remember walking in and <hes> being a little bit nervous because <hes> it it was the first time i had really sat down with any family members in remember walking in and they couldn't have been nicer to us and they really were gracious. They welcomed us into their home mm-hmm and told us that they needed the media attention they really really needed <hes> more attention on it and they were hoping that our our story and then by way of that it <hes> to national n._b._c. being able to use it on the today show over thanksgiving <hes> that they thought that could really help some new leads and just remember walking in and <hes> they had a potty coffee going and they welcomed us in like we were family and it was really <hes> it was really touching but you could really you could really feel the loss and the emptiness of that house and desperation that they were feeling what was their demeanor like and what did you see on their faces. As he sat there they were quiet. They were very gracious but they were very quiet. Still grasping is being kind of the magnitude of going through thanksgiving without denise and without jim without jamie and <hes> and they were just clinging to that hope that they were going to be able to find jamie and and they hadn't they hadn't wavered on that but you could see it in there is that they were you know starting to really feel desperate so you've covered this case extensively at this point probably more stories than any other reporter kevin had done at this point how did meeting these family members face to face like this. Change your impressions or the way you covered the story moving it forward. I think it made the story much more real. I think you had a hypothetical understanding in your head. When you're listening to the police talk about the case or you're at a press conference but then you're actually sitting in that family room and then the impact of it really starts to hit you in the just the the heinous actions that were taken against their family. It really starts to hit you that this. This is not just a story. This is not just something that that you see on t._v. This is something that real people are living and breathing every minute of the day and i think moving forward i i really think that i i tried to cover the story with as much care as possible and just thinking about okay. The family is watching the family is is you know is going to be paying attention because they need these stories out there and what can we do to make sure that they're at ease and that were helping as opposed to since ational ising or just putting something out there that is going to harm them. Then sheriff chris fitzgerald for the first time since the day jamie disappeared gives us a one on one interview. We wanted to learn more about the investigation instigation through his eyes away from that press conference setting with all the other cameras sheriff chris fitzgerald has been the face of this investigation and he tells us it has certainly really taken a toll on him on his investigators on the community but he says the jamie cost case remains a top priority. You know they're feeling a lot of hope and a and that's what's driving the law enforcement <hes> a response to this. <hes> fitzgerald tells us hope is fueling his investigators not just hope from jimmy's family but from the rest of the community like was shown during the ground search you know we go up and down on a roll of course we get a good tip and it turns out to be not the tip we need <hes> and then that roller the cost but the the community hope and support and things like that day that search that put so much hope in the hearts of our law enforcement officers <hes> it was you know sad ad and at that sometimes just unruly unbelievable feeling at the same time we're sad to the thirteen year or girl is missing but at the same time it was just just a heartwarming feeling that i just can't describe except there was just heartwarming but with the twenty four seven command center now closed in most of the out of town and help gone wearing the investigators and the investigators in this case. I've been working really long hours and you mentioned that they've been away from their families. What's been the impact on on when you guys yeah well. It's it's it's taken its toll <hes> you know <hes> me personally and my family and but they again this community stands behind our officers and their families and that's been a blessing in itself <hes> because we've been away from our families. We've been out of touch with anything else. Besides is this case and you know. I have two kids of my own and a family and i just can't imagine you know a a child missing and that's what's driving. The people in this building behind signed me <hes> is that feeling of it you know there's lots of kids in our community and we don't want that so we want that to that hope to continue and we will bring n._j._i._t. Home you closer to any suspects or any motive <hes> no. It's still there's still some mystery to this case. We're still working those leads as they come in <hes> if there was you know the availability of some suspect out there are different vehicle we wanted we would definitely put out to the media and the general public and still no credible sightings jamie no credible all sightings once in a while we get a sighting jamie but at this time there's no credible sightings and in terms of you know you've answered this question a lot over the last couple of weeks but in terms of you know people have asked us or any ongoing danger to the public here any closer to an answer on whether or not you know you really believe that this suspect could be local wars. It's still in the air yeah. I wish i wish i could solve that. I wish i could give the community that answer. That's the answer. I struggle with every night. Is i go to sleep is the figure out exactly if this was random or not and and and that's the answer we look for every day <hes> beyond bringing jamie home. I just want to reassure people that we left. No stone unturned. You know it's kind of a cliche but it's truly these people have worked night and day and and double check things in triple. Check things too because there is a tip out there and we don't want to miss it and and we don't believe we've missed it and we continue to review things and look at new things. The sheriff says this twenty four seven command center could be back up and running here in barron county instantly if he needs it to be. He says it'll take one phone call to make that happen if the right tip comes in and they feel they need around the clock investigation back in the works again here in barron county. I'm danny speak caroline news. As the season changes again snow dust the ground in december as christmas approaches. We traveled to barron for a tree lighting ceremony. The barron wisconsin community is keeping hope alive for thirteen year old. Jamie kloss who has now been missing for almost two months are can erdal was in barron during a special tree lighting tonight executives at the geno turkey store were jim and denise kloss worked came up with the idea for a christmas tree lighting ceremony across from riverview middle school. They call it. The tree of hope and the ceremony begins with superintendent tremblay continuing continuing her role as an unofficial community spokesperson. When jenny o turkey store and hormel foods approached our district to partner in this community event. We were so moved moved. It's been a challenging time for us. All in our staff and our students have been rockstars so in this idea of the tree was presented to us. We couldn't have thought of a better way eight to share hopes and aspirations for jamie safe return so thank you for the idea of this and for helping create tonight evening. Jim indonesia's family walks to the front and jim's brother my class who couldn't be there that day. We interviewed his siblings addresses. The crowd <hes> thank you <hes> first of all thanks to the sunni all family family for this. It's overwhelming <hes> thank you to the barren community law enforcement excellent. It's sorry try sportsman overwhelming our families like swiss want jamie and we pray everyday who distort per safe return and uh we can't can't they the community and <hes> and thank you. Thank you so much for everything. Thanks thank you then with the flip of a switch. The tree is lit. Jamie's classmates light and released chinese lanterns then on a projector screen a message from chris cruzi. Hey guys chris cousy here. Who last night learned. He's made it to the finals on the voice. Be at the event tonight for jamie. <hes> i just want to encourage everybody to keep hope alive and stay positive and you know bringing the community together as an awesome thing and it's just encouraging courage to see everybody pulled together like this one week later baron gears up for the voice season finale or the season finale of the voice starts in just a few minutes people so so excited to tune in as they see chris cruzi compete in here in his hometown of barron wisconsin that celebration has been going on all day. The city has declared this chris cruise. Who's each day and people all over town are honoring chris is for our grade school held a special assembly this morning with kids wearing paper beards and flannel shirts as they sang a song on for chris does four people often. He just has to sing. Something really really good. He's in the end for me. It's going good for him. He's he's been giving back to this this community over and over and over again and if you spend one minute was him ten seconds you will love him. I just really wanna see him do well. He deserves it. He's just hard-working working. Nice guy and of course people here have been sharing all season long. They can't wait to see how this wraps up. The voice airs tonight season finale starting at seven o'clock doc right here on seven cruzi comes just short of winning it all finishing in second place still making barron proud that the community i grew up in like came together and spread the word across the state and then across the country and i have nothing to complain about this has been an incredible experience and <hes> something i remember for the rest of my life. It's now been fifty nine days. Since jimmy disappeared in everyone in baron is emphasizing the word hope even if there are private doubts within the community. They're doing everything they can to put out. This public belief that jamie is still alive and they hope she'll come home soon. This saturday will mark two months since jamie disappeared and her parents were killed in the close family. They'll be gathering catherine here around the tree with members of the community just afternoon not to release lanterns but to release balloons green and blue balloons with messages of hope for for her safe return embarrassed eleven news two days after the tree of hope ceremony. Jamie's family returns to that spot for a balloon release three so one jamie's grandpa's here robert nyberg dennis's father a game. I always is called me grappa red because they used to have hair used to he used to have red hair just like his daughter denise robert and jamie have a special bond and and love going out for breakfast together. I miss our time together. A breakfast with me and i miss serve breakfast. It's a little harder everyday. They need your back. He makes a heartbreaking plea on camera asking jamie to run away or call him for help. We've ever got your runaway again or just call. He'll come and get you. Christmas and new year's come and go without any news except for false leads circulating online thirteen-year-old. Jamie class has now been missing from barron wisconsin for eleven weeks but there are still a huge national interest in her case particularly on social media tonight carolina's danny spe- walk verifying new claims about her whereabouts over the weekend tonight. We wanted to bunk something. That's been widely shared on social media this weekend. After receiving a tip from a care eleven follower on facebook we looked into a photo that was posted in multiple private at facebook herbs and on a true crime youtube page. The photo appears to show a teenage boy and girl in a loving embrace lying on a bed. We usually don't report on stuff off like this because it might encourage other people to start false rumors to get this same attention but we decide it's worth checking into this one and frankly weeks have gone by now since we've mentioned jamie on the news and this is a way to get her name back in the spotlight social media users are claiming that this picture shows jamie kloss with an unidentified man but the barron county sheriff told me this photo does not appear credible at this time and jamie's aunt told me without a doubt in her mind that this is absolutely not jamie in the photo it is unclear who i spread the photo or where it came from but this case continues to be scrutinized by hundreds if not thousands of people online every day by my count there are fourteen eighteen facebook groups devoted to jamie class with more than thirty five thousand total followers among the family members have told us before that the false social media rumors about their family family and jamie kennedy hurtful to them but they try to tune it out and they do want the public to continue to send legitimate tips to law enforcement sunday night. Family members were in ladysmith wisconsin aunts and for a tree of hope lighting where they pleaded with the public to not forget about jamie. The only thing that we can do is keep her face out there and to keep to keep everybody. It just comes home because we don't know what else to do. The barron county sheriff's department still has not identified any suspects in jamie's disappearance or or in the death of her parents so there continues to be a lot of speculation on social media about this case we can verify though through the sheriff nj family that this latest post based on social media does not appear to be jamie. The sheriff says his department is looked into dozens of potential sightings in recent weeks but all were unfounded bacteria and with that jamie's name does not appear again in a care eleven newscast until january seventh twenty nineteen with an announcement that the following week sheriff fitzgerald will hold a press conference to update everyone on the case on the three-month anniversary of jamie's disappearance but then on january tenth after eighty eight days. He's county number one. I i have <hes> a young lady at my health right now native gainey claw. I've i have stood before you have said we would work tirelessly to bring. Jamie costs home next time on eighty eight days. Thank you for joining us. We have incredible breaking news tonight. After months of waiting in agony a heartbroken family desperate for answers holding their breath. What was your reaction. When you heard the news i i doubt on the bench. I shock doc. They can finally exhale knocked on the door and said you need to let me union. Call nine one one because i believe i have changed. The world finds out what happened to jamie me this eight days. The jamie class story a care eleven original podcast in association with volt studios checkout eighty eight days podcast dot com for more information on the jamie clause case a._d._a. Hey days is written and produced by me. Lou reduce in l._a. Coder original music is by dave mailing emily havi in original artwork by david malman even special thanks to care levin management and staff for their contributions the people of barron wisconsin and the close family.

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Full Episode: Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Nightline

18:18 min | 2 years ago

Full Episode: Wednesday, November 14, 2018

"Good evening. Thank you for joining us tonight. Monica Lewinsky reflecting on the scandal, the rock the nation and forever changed her life nearly two decades ago in the era of me to Lewinsky stories cast in a new light. Now, she's revealing the intimate details and embarrassing moments in hopes of helping others avoid a similar fate. Here's Nightline co anchor. Juju chang. He paid a lot of attention to me spent time sort of standing there and held my hand longer than he should have and gave what others have described as the full Bill Clinton. It feels as if you're the only person standing there. It's the infamous start to an illicit affair one. That nearly toppled the president my underwear head showing my thong underwear, and I thought well, I'll up the game Monica Lewinsky, speaking out about the flirtatious moments that landed her squarely at the center of a White House scandal at kind of have to laugh at my younger self. But that was when my crush started the unpaid injured and the commander in chief. I did not have sexual relations with that woman. Now for the wind skis anew reckoning with her past in a revealing six part docu series, entitled the Clinton affair airing on e front and center, President Clinton's reckless behavior. Which almost cost his presidency fresh out of college. Lewinsky catches the eye of the president as he's leaving the White House and goes out of her way to catch it again. I did this really silly thing. I ran home at lunchtime. And I put back on the sage green suit. I have been wearing the day before when he paid attention to me I thought well, maybe he'll notice me again. And notice me he did Lewinsky now, forty five reflects back on her own naievety, which she says led her to their disastrous liaison, the truth is is that I think it meant more to me that someone who other people desired desired me, however wrong. It was however misguided for who I was in that very moment at twenty two years old that was how it felt in an essay for Vanity Fair Lewinsky says she took part in the documentary to acknowledge her past behavior, which she still regrets feels ashamed of in the air of me to the story of a y-. Young interns entanglement with the most powerful man in the world and its aftermath now examined in a completely new light. By director Blair foster. There's a real power imbalance here. I don't think you get a greater balance between the president of the United States and then in turn to slut shamed. She was fat shamed. It was open season on Monica Lewinsky one hundred percent, it was brutal over the course of two years. They had multiple sexual encounters engaged in phone, sex even exchanging gifts. Amidst all the turmoil Lewinsky began confiding in an older colleague named Linda Tripp when I tell you that I I never expected to feel this way about him. Not kidding you on Benin's to Monica trip. Started recording phone conversations about every intimate detail, including address Monica believed was stained with the president's semen. Now. I know how you feel today. But you had that. Years from now. Hi, it's Mani Monica darling on the imbalance of their seeming. Friendship portrayed on SNL. Oh, well, President Clinton is already under a microscope finding a lawsuit alleging sexual misconduct Paula Jones claim that the then Arkansas governor asked her for sexual favor while she was a state clerk may of ninety one Bill Clinton harassed me on the job. And then basically Tomi let's keep this between ourselves. To kiss your penis. No did not Paula Jones is attorneys got a tip from an unexpected source. Lewinsky's confidant Linda Tripp so with knowledge of the affair Jones's attorney asked President Clinton about Lewinsky, he lied under oath. I never had. Relations with Monica Lewinsky, I've never had an affair with Bill Clinton handed the sort to his enemies in January nineteen ninety eight he held a press conference delivering that now notorious proclamation not have sexual relations with that woman. Miss Lewinsky Lewinsky recalls being confronted by F B I agents who threatened her with lengthy jail time for denying the affair lying under oath in. The Paula Jones case they wanted her to turn against the president. But she refused. They imagined that I would have flipped really easily. They had no plan in place for what would happen if I said, no there was a point for me somewhere in this sort of first several hours where I would be hysterically crying. And then I would just shut down and in the shutdown period. I remember looking out the window and thinking that the only way to fix this was to kill myself was to jump out the window and. I just I felt terrible. I was scared. Just. Mortified afraid of what this was going to do to my family. Still in love with Bill at the time. So I just I felt really responsible Lewinsky eventually struck a deal for total immunity in exchange. She gave up key pieces of evidence, including those gifts from the president. And that blue dress the physical proof of their relationship. Going to the White House in the dark of night to take a blood sample from sitting president United States to compare with a semen stain on a dress maturity two year old President Clinton would undergo impeachment hearings in the fall of nineteen ninety eight. I don't remember exactly what I did say. That's what you say. The prospect of impeachment could never be far from President Clinton's mind. These days for only the second time in history. The house of representatives would vote to impeach a president. But the Senate later voted to acquit he leaves office with I think something along the lines of sixty five percent approval rating, but Monica's role in the Clinton affair forever. Etched in the memory of the American public skewered on late night shows. You said, you know, sexual relationship with Monica and hounded by the press, a think we're learning more and more right now to in the me too movement around people in power just how reckless at earlier this year. Mr Clinton was asked about the scandal by NBC, ever apologize. And you said you had I have apologised apologize everybody in the world on. But you didn't apologize to her? At least according to to folks that we've talked to. There was never an apology. I have not talked to her. Do you feel? I thought over an Apollo do. I I don't know. I never talked to her. But I did say publicly on more than one occasion that I was selling and then just last month. Hillary Clinton was asked by CBS. If time had changed her opinion in retrospect, do you think Bill should have resigned? President Clinton should have resigned in the nineties in the wake of the Monica Lewinsky skin, absolutely not. So it wasn't abuse of power now, despite the reexamination that metoo may have brought Lewinsky still contends that it hasn't come far enough for her writing in that essay for Vanity Fair, what feels more important to me than whether I am owed or deserving of personal policy is my belief that Bill Clinton should want to apologize. I'm less disappointed by him and more disappointed for him. He would be a better man for it. And we in turn a better society. Monica apologizes to both Hillary and Chelsea. I mean, I think she's deeply remorseful Monica's always been very upfront about. This was a consensual affair and her regret in. Next from the cat to the computer lab. How supermodel Carly Kloss empowering young girl? 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Seven four seven four seven. Message and data rates may apply. Supermodel Carly Kloss beyond the gloves taking her followers from the world of high fashion to highly skilled, computer, coding, here's ABC's Rebecca Jarvis on the surprising way Kloss is in powering young girls. From the moment. Supermodel Carly clause wakes up is odd documenting for life idea. Like a like a sideways and sharing it on her own terms. All to global tedious clutch lunch, and wherever the twenty six year old cost goes, she takes her millions of followers along for the ride. Now when the forty time vogue cover girl, Ethan shooting international campaigns like for Carolina Herrera and Estee Lauder or hanging with Taylor swift and their girls squad. We have an easing brilliant, ladies and every corner working on projects, she's working to empower young women by doing something that might surprise you. There are a lot of affects to what you're gonna build. She's teaching them to code. She founded code with closing a free two week coding camp for teenage girls in twenty fifteen after she discovered her own love of Kotik. I have this audience of young women across the country around the world. I really care about the message that I'm sending them. I thought like you know, what I would love to offer them. Something more meaningful than just a picture backstage at a runway show gloss. Got her start as a model at just thirteen years old discovered at a local charity fashion show in Saint Louis where she grew up. So how quickly did it go from being normal in Saint Louis to supermodel berry quickly when I started my freshman year of high school, I got an opportunity to walk in New York fashion week for Calvin Klein, and I was fifteen years old like literally had started high school two days before and it just put me on the map since then she's become one of the most recognizable faces in the fashion world. I was going back and forth between like sitting in my chemistry class getting on a plane that night right after school going to Paris walking Dior tour opening the show being in the campaign, and then going back home and like needing to like still turn in my five paragraphs I like to by the way. Yeah. But it was like this really amazing jewel world in life that I live lived and still live. I guess and when we met up with close it had been a really busy week. I got married on. Thursday went on a honeymoon for today's came back and went straight into production for project runway unsure. That's kind of my life. But the good thing is I really love what I do Luca chore. Clad super beauty might not fit the stereotype for that hoodie wearing Kotor. But the daughter of a doctor claw says math and science have always been in her DNA for Carly close to go out there and talk about coding or to talk about science, and technology and math. That's scary. In the beginning. It definitely was scary. Because nobody expected me to do that everybody expected me to be one thing like to be on the catwalk sore in magazines me standing up and kind of denting minority passions has like ignited that for so many other girls in less than four years. They've expanded to fifty camps in twenty five cities across the country. And today these campers are learning swift the same language used by developers to create apps for apple last Monday. Most everybody don't have any swift experience. You learn the eighty two. Z of how build something. And then we basically get the last two and a half days to figure out what kind of wanna build and build it each group collaborating to solve real world problems who may for stain ability personal project. I worked on for this school trying to sink holes before the class as young female coders. They say this camp provides a supportive place to grow and thrive. So what are the coating classes in school like three girls? Dissolved is. Guys have. So you could save space. We had this network of girls. Already should ago friends anytime that I wanted to be like. Help me out. Valeria started coding, her sophomore year of high school these past few summer is definitely number juvenile being experience having knees ING with and talk. Why all women what is the importance? I'm having a camp dedicated to them and Kodak. There's so many barriers to entry for why young women don't get into computer science, and it starts with kind of having access to the education and the girls even have a coding class at their school are hesitant to take it for a number of reasons because they're the only girl in the class feel dumb asking a question in the computer science. So they drop out in fact today while women make up more than half of college educated workers, they make up just twenty five percent of those in the science and technology industries that affects the overall pipeline of women in the industry with the skills to be able to code to be able to get an engineering job. They're gonna show us in code today after learning some basics at camp, I sat down with Kloss and her teacher, AVI Flom bound from the flat iron school for a private lesson. Our goal to make it rain. Oh, gee hearts. This is what the code looks like to power the emoji rain, the code directs each heart. So we've got the function that we call moving mo- g and the function is engine that really tells what we wanted to to do, and how many lines of code is that to get this sunny three of because of all simplified, and there's a lot of ways to write the same thing. The more beautiful and elegant like code is written like, the more kind of simple. It is. So it's how you make it reign as they spend more time with Kloss. It's hard not to notice and exuding sense of gratitude for the opportunities she's been given. And what she's been able to give back wanting us any kind of voice power that I have to help other young women, and that's not because I'm goody tissues girl, trying to be a role model like I just sincerely care about helping other young women. And that's always been the case for Nightline. Line. I'm Rebecca Jarvis in New York. And finally tonight superstar singer leann Dion new endeavor. In a new campaign selene breaking into a hospital nursery to break gender. It's okay. He's okay. I'm selene. Dion a singer partnering with children's clothing brand in new to create a gender neutral line for newer rivals. The high end fashion, not the typical blue and pink onesies, but adorned with Oso urban chic, skulls and crossbones. Oh, how times of change? And that's Nightline. Don't forget, you can watch full episodes of our in depth stories on Hulu and thanks for the company America. Good night. ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl from campaigns and controversies putting bear responsibility for this. May he may to store summits and stork tweet skill out right on that. I don't think it's at all acting his ability to get his job done. Join me ABC's Rick Klein every week as we break down the biggest political stories of the day on the powerhouse politics podcast. Listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app.

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Introducing 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

Bomber

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Introducing 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story

"Hi bomber listeners if you have finished bomber and you're looking for something new to listen to. We want to tell you about a new project from care. Eleven in minneapolis involves studios eighty eight days the jamie clark tober fifteen twenty eighteen software strike the small town in rural western wisconsin won a thirteen year old girl is missing in her parents are discovered murder leaving their family devastated. My life was ripped. Apart curtain shattered into pieces as the world watches rumors swell. What really happened to jamie class. People are scared. They're confused they don't. I don't know how or why this happened to family. Why it's happening in our area months pass holidays. Come and go yet. Everyone holds onto onto hope. Jamie will be found alive. It's shocking. It's devastating but we'll have hope then after eight days a miracle. Thank you for joining us. We have incredible breaking news tonight. Thirteen year old jamie kloss has been found alive. Jimmy has been found safe and has been reunited with her family leeann friends. There is truly nothing in the world better than that. I'm caroline reporter. Liu reduce host of eight days the jamie class story in this podcast. We'll go back in time inside every step of the search in investigation bringing you never before heard interviews in showing you how everything unfolded including my own exclusive correspondents with the killer subscribe now to eighty eight days the jamie class story a care eleven original podcast in association with vault studios.

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The Boy Who Loved Cheese Too Much

Stories Podcast

20:48 min | 1 year ago

The Boy Who Loved Cheese Too Much

"Hello, welcome to stories podcast. I'm your host. Amanda welded. Today's story is called the boy who loved cheese too, much, an adaptation of a Dutch folk tale written for you by Daniel Hynes today, we'd like to say a special thank you to DA go and his family, Marvin Raymond and Lucille and the rest of the waste family from Louisville Kentucky Talon, Charlotte and drew and their family from South Carolina, brianna, Olivia and Chloe and their family Amara and her family from Washington DC. So my Pajaro and his family Lauren and the rest of the Whitaker family from Seattle and Deirdre Ray and her dad Edward Harris. Thank you so much Edward Deirdra. Lauren Soma who Jarrah Amara khloe, Olivia brianna, drew, Charlotte. Talon, Lucille, Raymond Marvin and Diego. You are part of what makes it possible for us to continue to produce fun new stories for our listeners if. If you would like to support stories podcast, you can leave us a five star review on I tunes or tell your friends about us. 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It was snipped flat level under his ears mostly because his mother cut it by putting a bowl on his head and trimming whatever hairs peaked out nipping them like cats with garden, mice oftentimes after dinner. His mother was known to wail that clauses stomach had no bottom. He was like a well that swallowed anything and everything and then just echoed for more. He ate sausages and Stroup waffles. He ate bitter, Ballin and herring. He ate everything. His mother put in front of him. And most of what she hid in the cupboards, but his favorite his favorite was cheese. Being a dairy farm. There was never a shortage hard bidder. Cheese and soft milky cheese films, sliced cheese and crumbly blocked cheese. Big wheels of cheese all sealed up in wax, and stinky cheese with flavor so thick you could see it floating in the air class aided all and when his parents tried to control his portions. He would steal the cheese from his sisters plates and eat that to to fight his ferocious appetite clauses. Parents then thought they could just keep the cheese hidden. They did not account for classes, heightened cheese scenting powers, though. Like a bloodhound like cheese hound. He sniffed out every slice block and wheel and ate them all up in a single night eight until his stomach was swollen. And he felt sick and sore next. They tried to lock the cheese away in a cabinet high up in their wall. This seemed like it might. At work until Kloss realized he could stand on a chair he dragged one over and then smashed the lock with an old knock worst sausage until it fell broken to the ground. They found him the next morning sleeping soundly on the kitchen floor in one hand was a wedge of Swiss in his other was the knock worst nod to another job the rest of the cheese was gone, but clauses bulging grumbling belly told a pretty clear story. What would we do? His mother said to his father. They stood together. Among snowdrift of cheese wrappers, they're greedy. Boy. Snoring soundly at their feet. He's going to eat us out of business. We tried locking the cheese answered his father this time. I'll try locking the Kloss. We can't lock up. Our boy, I'm not going to put him in a cage, I'm going to put him in his room. I will be the lock that night. After Kloss went to bed in his Garret room, his father closed the boys door, and then sat outside it broad back to the old wooden surface. Sure. Enough an hour or so later, he heard the knob shake and rattle the door thumped weekly into his shoulders back to bed class. He said, no cheese tonight. No cheese, Kloss sputtered. But but. That's enough Kloss his father answered you will get some sleep. Muttering to himself Kloss got back into bed. He heaved Asai. And then looked out his round bedroom window at the rolling pasture of his dairy farm. The night was warm, and he crashed the window to let in the breeze. It carried in cooling the air and bringing the smells of hey and cows, and of course, cheese class breathed in deep and then stared up into the moon. Some people said the moon was made of cheese. He could believe that especially on a night. Like tonight. It was full of bright and waxy yellow white that looked like nothing so much as a big fat wheel of natural cheddar. He licked his lips. He just couldn't help it. Bob like a butterfly. Shooed Lega staw-, I would fly to the sky and I travel so far. John. Aw, I could buzz like a Bumblebee. If I could soar like a spa. Right. I would through the. Do that. Now wanderings. And. I wanna eat cheese. So sweet shatter breeze and bring a spoon to them that up too. Flit like a fire. I would say like a swamp. I our hours to whole things. John. Class. Stop singing for a moment. Was that bells? He heard he cocked his head growing suddenly still there. It was again, a high silvery bell sound. But where was it coming from at the window? He rolled and flung it open wider peering down into the buttery moonlight there bobbing in the moonbeams were three lovely little ladies, each no bigger than a cheese knife, they smiled and danced there. Wispy wings nearly invisible. They had no bells. It was their laughter. Class had heard echoing bright and silvery. Fairies Dutch fairies they were wearing very pretty dresses each a different color, green red and pink. Boy, they called in through the open window, you love cheese. Boy. Yes, it's my favorite. I ll. Gouda. I love Swiss I love free. Yes. We heard the song said a fairy in green come with us. We have all the cheese you could ever want pie of it said the red. Of it. Giggled the pink really cried class already standing is, greedy and wide will build you a house cheese mansion. Okay. Class said pulling on his wool, socks and coat. Suddenly his face fell. He froze one sock half on his pudgy foot, dangling limply. Todd's blocking the door. He said I can't get out leave that to us said the green fairy zipping past where on it said the red following fast. No sweat agreed the pink flooding by they buzzed little balls of bobbing light through clauses room in a graceful dive, they swept down and through the keyhole a moment later Kloss could hear the study snorting snore of his father carefully. He opened the door the fairies danced happily there. Twinkling magic had put clauses father out cold quiet as he could Kloss followed the fairies down the stairs and out the front door. Where are we going? Keep huffed a land of cheese said the green fairy cheese said the red. Said the pink. And then they all laughed that silver bell laugh again. Without hesitation, they lead Kloss through the pastures and into the forest Kloss had been in these woods many times with his father, but they seemed stranger now they seemed wilder weirder. The kind of place fairies might live the kind of place a boy my disappear into one night. And then never find his way home. Again, his heart began to pound had it always been so loud. He could hear it in his ears louder than his footsteps in the dark of the forest. The fairies were bright as bobbing torches by their light Kloss was able to pick his way through the trees and bushes and Brambles he turned to look behind him. But it was nothing but a sea of darkness as velvety nothing black as dairy cows spots come on Kloss called the fairies getting ahead of him. Now, we are almost there. Can't you smell the cheese? A breeze wafted through the woods carrying the smells of cheeses, sharp and blue and aged and smooth I smell it Kloss cried running nose, I towards the delectable sent he soon emerged into a grassy clearing in the middle of the woods. The kind the old timers had always called a fairy. Ring he thought it was just a saying. But how wrong he had been the fairy ring was alive with light and laughter? Hundreds of fairy swirled through the air bobbing and weaving on gossamer wings. They traced intricate patterns around each other somehow never colliding the silver bell sound of their laughter seem to fill the air. Kloss took in all the magic with wonder but wonder wouldn't feed his greedy belly for that? He needed cheese. Where is it? He asked the fairies, I smell it. But I don't see it. His three fairy companions emerged drifting out of the groups twirling dance. Look again, said the green fairy Kloss blinked, and suddenly he saw it there. In the center of the ferry circle was a picnic blanket spread out next to it was a basket overflowing with cheeses of all shapes and sizes and smells finally Kloss. Hollered pushing through the ferry cloud and falling onto the basket. By the time his fairy friends, flew over. He was already two wheels. Deep he had a hunk of stinky Limburgers in one fist and a wedge of creamy Brie in the other. Would you like some more they asked? Yes, bring me all the cheese, the fairies laughed and began to bring him cheese. Kloss didn't see where they magicked it up from. And he didn't care he sat on the picnic blanket, and ate and ate and ate the fairies kept going bringing cheese even faster than he could eat it. Munster breeze, Swiss Gouda and more. They stacked and piled it around him until it seemed to class that he was living in a castle made of cheese with towering cheese walls on all sides. It was heaven the greedy Kloss eight and eight and eight he ate she's by the slice wedge and wheel he ate. She's until his face was smeared with it and his hands were kicked with it. He ate cheese until his belly was as big and round as the moon and then kept eating cheese until finally he couldn't possibly fit another. Bite. Not a crumb not a morsel. Why have you stopped? The green fairy asked flitting overhead this still mortal. Eat said the red belly up cheese. Boy. Cackles the pink eye and clause moaned I'm to full I need to rest. Sorry. But you wanted that. She's and we brought it, but I'm done the fairies flew in close up near classes is he could see their stern little faces under all their glow and glitter. The pink fairy leaned in nose to nose with him you're done when we say you're done. Kloss opened his mouth to reply, but the green fairy filled it with a log of goat cheese. And by the time he finished chewing that the red fairy had a wedge of some stinky, blue ready and by the time he had finished chewing that that she's walls around him. We're starting to shiver and sway stop. It's too much. It's going to fall he wanted to scream, but he found more cheese shoved in his mouth, the great cloud of fairies. We're all fetching cheese now, and they're stack seem to loom over his world. They wouldn't stop. They wouldn't let him stop his stomach felt like it may pop the walls of cheese started to topple. They blotted out the moonlight blocked. The ferry light rain down on class and swallowed him in darkness. He tried to move. But he was stuck tried to breathe and found his mouth full of cheese. It was too much. He was buried under cheese. And it just kept falling. He felt it getting heavier and heavier his mouth was full. His belly was full. It was all too much. And he was going to pop the last thing Kloss heard before passing out was the fairies laughing the sound of tinkling silver bells on the wind. The next morning as the sun was just starting to light up the world the boy woke up in his own front yard empty save for sparkling morning. Do what what happened? He said or tried to say he found his mouth was full of half chewed grass. Blah, Kloss spit it onto the ground and then pulled off a few blades that had stuck to his tongue. He looked all over but saw no sign of the ferries or the cheese. Had it been a dream Kloss thought for a moment that it might have been. But then he noticed his belly still felt heavy. And there were smears of yellow around his shirt, not a dream then. But something that's for sure. Clause shook his head one thing was definitely true. He had finally at long long last had his fill of cheese. He hurried back inside and washed up before his parents called him out and manage to get presentable in time for breakfast where he shocked his parents by just having some toast over time Kloss realized the fairies had done him favor. He found himself swollen and sick less often. And now he only eight as much as a normal growing boy, which as any parent will say is still quite a lot. But it wasn't as desperate or greedy as it had been before Kloss eight what was given to him and never ever stole extra cheese ever ever again. Well, maybe just a nibble the end. Today's story the boy who loved cheese too, much was a Dutch folk tale adopted for you by Daniel Hynes and perform for you buy me, Amanda Weldon with an original song bias both. 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"And. Starwood Lowe's because Lowe's makes it easy to save big on building materials to finish any jock. He the stock up on water heaters say five percent on select Smith water heaters when you buy three or more of the same model plus a five percent on eligible purchases every day when you use your Lowe's business credit account. So pro now that you know, start with loves while supplies last credit offer subject to credit approval. Can't be combined with other credit offers. Exclusions apply. US only. Partial shutdown day twenty one I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. Vice president Mike Pence's pledging the Trump administration will keep fighting to build a wall on the US Mexico border this president, and this administration will keep fighting to build the wall and give you the resources and reforms you need to do your job. Pence spoke at the headquarters of the US customs and border protection in Washington agents. They are among the eight hundred thousand federal employees who must work without pay during the partial government shutdown a man is in jail in Wisconsin accused of killing a couple and kidnapping. There are thirteen year old daughter that suspect is jig Thomas Paterson thirteen year old Jamie Kloss was last seen in October yesterday. She approached a stranger along a rural road and said she was abducted an eighteen year old Saudi woman fleeing alleged abuse by her family left Thailand headed for Canada, which granted her asylum. I'm Ed Donahue. Oh.

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"I hate you with the rhinestone collar between us dogs. I just convinced my human of grade to a new home with the twelve hundred square foot bathroom. I think she called it a yard with Wells Fargo's three percent down payment on a fixed rate loan. My Uman realized new home was within reach learn more at wellsfargo dot com slash. Wells Fargo home mortgage down payments as low as three percent on a fixed rate loan require mortgage insurance. Ask a home mortgage consultant about loan requirements. Wells Fargo home mortgage is a division of Wells Fargo Bank NA equal housing lender. MLS three thousand nine hundred one I'm Rita Foley with an AP news minute. Thirteen-year-old? Jamie Kloss missing since her parents were killed in their Wisconsin home in October escaped her captor and ran for help says her aunt the woman who answered the knock on the door was Kristen Kaczynski's. She talked about being locked up or hidden when one this person had to leave, but she did not go in and any detail about how she got away. She was on the today show. A suspect is in custody say police who are not revealing any other details until news conference later today. This is Friday payday for many Americans, but not for the hundreds of thousands of federal government workers stuck in the border wall tug of war between the president and congress is the president concern about this a lot of the people that we're talking about in terms of pay. They agree with me, the US military. Is executing the president's order to pull troops out of Syria. The withdrawal is underway. According to a US military official. I'm Rita fall lay. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's number one number two employee. Leave a message at the hey, Jamie. It's me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your Capella group mad harmony, but you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It should be you giving me the pep talk. Now get out there, hit that high note, and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year. Sorry, it's pitchy. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law. You with the rhinestone dog collar between us dogs. I just convinced. My human of grade to a new home with the twelve hundred square foot bathroom. I think she called it a yard with Wells Fargo's three percent down payment on a fixed rate loan. My Uman realized new home was within reach learn more at wellsfargo dot com slash Wells Fargo home mortgage down payments as low as three percent on a fixed rate loan require mortgage insurance Lasko home mortgage consultant about loan requirements. Wells Fargo home mortgage is a division of Wells Fargo Bank NA equal housing lender. NMLS d three nine nine hundred one.

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"And. Starwood Lowe's because Lowe's makes it easy to save big on building materials to finish any jock. He the stock up on water heaters say five percent on select Smith water heaters when you buy three or more of the same model plus a five percent on eligible purchases every day when you use your Lowe's business credit account, so pro now the, you know, start with loves while supplies last credit offer subject to credit approval. Can't be combined with other credit offers. Exclusions apply. US only. Visa likes the window seat at night, the lights below the teller. She's nearly home. Then there's the light. She can't see the runway lights we power to bring her plane safely into land. And because it energy. We also power all of Arlen streetlights, Lisa's taxi home is bid safer to and no prizes for guessing who Peres her house. Welcome home. Lisa energy the power behind your power. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, a man is in jail in Wisconsin accused of killing a couple and kidnapping their thirteen year old daughter. That's suspect is jig Thomas Paterson thirteen year old Jamie Kloss was last seen in October yesterday. She approached a stranger along a rural road and said she was abducted, Barron county sheriff, Chris FitzGerald says Jamie Kloss was taken against her will also do not believe that this time that the subject at any contact with the family. We do believe Jamie was the only target. I can tell you that the subject plant is actions and took many proactive steps to hide his dentistry from law enforcement, and the general public FitzGerald had long said he had a gut feeling Jamie Kloss was still alive as the partial government shutdown goes on the federal employees involved in this are now seeing the effects of it on their in their Bank accounts. Here's the saga megani. It's federal payday, but some. Eight hundred thousand federal employees are not getting a check today. The shutdowns now twenty one days old and tomorrow will become the longest in American history. Pressures growing the fine that escape hatch amid the deadlock over funding, President Trump's border wall. He's in closer to declaring a national emergency, which would lead him skirt congress and build the wall unilaterally the that would be certain to face legal challenges. Some lawmakers are worried it would Mark extraordinary executive overreach. Saga megani? Washing tilles in San Antonio, Texas, say they believe in eight month old boy king Jay Davel reported as -ducted is believed to be dead. And the investigation won't be finished until we can answer. How exactly? Can died. Who knew it when they police chief. William McManus says three members of his family have been charged in the case it's early, but it appears the current flu season is shaping up to be gentler. Then last winter's brutal one this is AP radio news. The partial government shutdown is having an impact at a big airport. Miami International will close terminal g one in the afternoon on Saturday and again at one in the afternoon on Sunday because security screeners have been calling in sick at twice the airports normal rate terminal g serves United Airlines and some smaller carriers. The airport says some passengers have complained about longer waits, but there have been no unusual security delays that could change a spokesman says if the shutdown continues and additional screeners don't show up for work the airport could be forced to close the security checkpoint. I'm Rita Foley. New Gallup poll says fewer than a third of Catholics in the US rate the honesty and ethical staff. Hundreds of clergy as very high or high the latest evidence of the hierarchies diminished credibility as a result of the clergy sex abuse scandal. The rate is similar for people who say they are Protestant. Ed Donahue, AP radio news. Those in the know star with Lowe's because Lowe's makes it easy to save big on building materials to finish any jock. He the stock up on water heaters say five percent on select Aerosmith water heaters when you buy three or more of the same model plus say five percent on eligible purchases every day when you use your Lowe's business credit account, so pro now the, you know, start with loves while supplies last credit offer subject to credit approval. Can't be combined with other credit offers. Exclusions apply. US only.

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"Are you a podcast or interested to know how you can make money from your show? It's easier than you might think with dynamo. You can monetize your show while staying in complete control. And the best part of all is that you don't even need to change your host platform. Visit vox nest dot com slash dynamo. For more information. That's the O X N E S, T dot com slash D. Y N A M O vox, nest dot com slash dynamo. And turn your passion into profit. Come. Brexit may not be certain. But one thing is clear. Your business could face serious challenges. Enterprise. Orlands wide range of support will help you plan innovate compete on diversify speak to your enterprise Arlen development adviser or visit prepare for Brexit Dodi an initiative of the government of Ireland investigators looking into Wisconsin abduction. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news minute thirteen year old Jamie Kloss abducted last October from her Wisconsin home. After a parents were killed has been reunited with her aunt and Barron. Wisconsin Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says twenty one year old Jake Paterson had no known contact with the close family before the attack. We don't believe there was a social media connection. And we're determining how he became aware of Jamie the girl escaped yesterday from the home where she was being held in a rural area near the town of Gordon about sixty miles from Barron Patterson as a court appearance on Monday, Florida's new governor. Ronda, Santa suspends Broward County sheriff Scott Israel over his handling of last February's massacre at Marjory stoneman, Douglas, high school, max shatters son, Alex was killed in the attack here today to thank governor Disentis for changing the leadership of the Broward sheriff's office. Israel says he will fight the suspension. I'm Tim Maguire. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the hi, Jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool. So when it's like tell us what you want to pay. Hey trombone goes, blah, blah, blah. And you say we'll help you find Carbajal options to fit your budget. Then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes, savings coming at ya. Savings coming at ya. Yes. No. Maybe. Anyway, see you practice tonight. I got new lyrics for the rap break. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll proudly mow the lawn and give anybody. Noticed you mowed the lawn till people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having to mow the lawn again, good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance. Which of course, we'll go right into the lawn. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all stages situations.

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"This April prepare to meet captain sparkle fingers. No, it's not. It's not my that's not my name. Sure. Say your him here. The hero just say the words. Though. Hey, I'm superhero Zam in cinemas, April five book tickets now Fe hearing, I'm Tim Maguire AP news minute acting FAA administrator done you'll elbow tells US Senate subcommittee that the Boeing seven thirty-seven max airliners will return to service only when the FAA's analysis of the facts and technical data indicate that it is appropriate to do. So the planes have been grounded following a crash in October and another earlier this month, the Wisconsin man who last October kidnap thirteen year old Jimmy Kloss after killing her parents has pleaded guilty to murder and kidnapping. I find that there is a factual basis to accept the please and fine Mr. Paterson guilty of counts. One two and three in January. The teen escaped after being held for eight days by Jake Paterson in his remote cabin. He faces life in prison now. Hi, oh, man, convicted of murder in virginian- deadly car attack at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville has pleaded guilty to federal hate crimes ext. Deming from August twelve twenty seventeen rally James Alex fields junior faces life in prison sentence by both courts in July. I'm Tim Maguire. The stylized lounge presents an evening with the progressive. Let's go tickling the ivories. He just saved. By bundling home and auto progressive gonna finally by ring that gal of yours Hugo send my condolences. This nice. There's. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Discounts on available in all states or situations.

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"Get cashback anytime anywhere in the to nap racket in is a free member base. Loyalty program that lets you earn up to forty percent cashback on shopping over twenty five hundred stores simply shop online, and you'll earn a percentage of every purchase you make every three months. Members will be paid in the form of check or via PayPal sign up today at racketed dot com. That's our AK U T E N dot com from ABC news. This is perspective. Closer look at the week's top stories and the stories you may have missed I'm Sherry Preston. Coming up the attorney general testifies on Capitol Hill still have a situation where president essentially tries to change. The lawyers account in order to prevent further criticism of himself. Well, that's not a crime Alex for back discusses his battle with cancer. I've had kidney stones I've had ruptured discs. So I'm used to dealing with pain. But what I'm not used to dealing with is the surges that come on suddenly of deep deep sadness, and it brings tears to my eyes an ice climbing legend help scientists make new climate change discoveries of an athlete, but feel the help of collective knowledge. Ford of it is is really satisfied all ahead on perspective. Attorney general William Barr had an explosive day on Capitol Hill this past Wednesday still have a situation where the president essentially tries to change. The lawyers account in order to prevent further criticism of himself crime deciding not to return before the House Judiciary committee the following day. The president's handpicked attorney general recounting his summary of the Mola report to that Senate committee before declining to speak with the democrat Ron house. The hearing came amid calls for bars resignation rumblings of impeachment talks for more on bars hearing and everything else happening in DC. Let's go to our ABC news political director Rick Klein, there was another slow week in Washington. Just kidding. Let's let's talk about what happened before the Senate Judiciary committee William bar did show up there. And before we talk about him not showing up before the same committee in the house. What did we learn by his appearance before the Senate, a big lessons to me one is that he is not giving any ground when it comes to his interpretation of the Muller report? And he I think in in some cases may have sand some of the rough edges, and maybe even misstated some of the some of. The the facts that surrounded it, and then you've got people like Nancy Pelosi saying that he flat out lied to congress. But bottom line is he's not giving on how he views his handling of the mother report second is it set a tone because this is a guy that he came in as kind of a card carrying member of the Republican establishment. We didn't know what he would do with regard to this very unconventional president. And he made clear he's going to back them up. And that means that we are in a state of all out war between the White House and congress when it comes to oversight in the attorney general is in the middle of a lot of that. Yeah. Exactly. What kind of a role should they get Torney general? What I mean? Let's talk about precedent. Have we seen this before in the past? When it comes to the relationship between the president and the head of the Justice department, Janet, Reno avert. Oh, Consol is Eric Holder held in contempt of congress for his handling of the fast and furious affair so yes, yes. They're often you often see an attorney general's the lightning rod for a lot of criticism that flows toward a president. And so it's not it's not an atypical at all to have a contentious relationship that said. There are certain norms. That are often followed normally followed of just appear four congress. And that's what we've seen. We saw on Thursday when he was supposed to before the House Judiciary committee. He declined that invitation. And now appears that he'll be subpoenaed. And maybe at some point potentially held in contempt of congress himself out that has very little meaning beyond the symbolism. But it is a pretty major statement. And again with when you look at these next eighteen months before the election. There are so many areas where congress is gonna try to assert its oversight right now. The the Trump administration standing in the way of just about all of it. Yeah. And the Trump and President Trump has made it very clear that nobody from his administration past or current should appear before congress to talk about the mother report. Yeah. And that would be an unprecedented steps this blanket. We we think it's done we've declared it done. Of course, the the legislative branch is its own thing. It's it's own Coequal branch of government and a house committee chairs and the speaker of the house can decide for themselves when they're done. They don't get. They don't have to just listen to the president and the people around him when when that declaration. Comes the Senate Judiciary committee controlled by Republicans may agree. But that's getting that doesn't matter. So I think it's going to be a really interesting test case for the courts for the congress. How far they push this. Okay. So let's talk about the twenty twenty race. We've got now twenty one Democrats in this race the way that that ABC news is covering this. As we've sent a whole batch of reporters out lot of them young and eager to work. And and I'd like to know more about you know, our role what we're doing how we're doing it. And and you you're kind of overseeing this tell us a little bit about how ABC embeds will be working this presidential campaign. The biggest lesson for me, Sherry is. We really don't know what this racist going to look like, and we do have this group of of eighteen reporters, of course, Twenty-one candidates. Plus, the plus whatever's going on the Republican side, we've got lots to cover, but we you know, we can assume now because the polling shows it the Joe Biden is the front runner. But I don't really know what that means. We're we're ready for surprises. You know, if I had made the assignments two months ago or a month and a half ago mayor Pete wouldn't be a top tier contender. So I think that's a. Lesson for me as it's two thousand sixteen frankly, and and the the wild nature of that primary and the way that it challenged our sumptious. So we're out there to tell the stories that that that the candidates represent. I it doesn't mean that you know, we think we need to think or have any thoughts wants whatsoever who the nominee is going to be it. But they are a remarkable group of individuals Democrats were running plus again, what happens on the Republican side a lot of fascinating stories to be told. Okay. And as are these these eighteen journalists will be covering ABC looking forward to it. Thank you. Rick. Thanks, Sherry, former vice president Joe Biden and his wife, Dr Jill Biden, sat down with ABC's Robin Roberts this week to discuss their plans to beat Donald Trump in twenty twenty the Biden's address complaints about his treatment of women and about how Biden administration would be different from President Trump and President Obama. We can do anything former vice president Joe by now officially running for president. It's twenty a whole heck of a lot of man he and his wife, Dr Jill Biden spending time with me in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and drawing a clear distinction between himself and President Trump. Everybody knows she don't Trump is. I hope people know who I am. I think the folks ready to choose a truth over lies. The president has a motto make America great again. Do you have one make America moral again return to the essence of who we are the dignity of the country the dignity and people treated people with dignity Biden enters the race as the Democratic Front runner and a deeply divided nation. And also at a time when America is in a moment of reckoning with its treatment of women and Biden has also face scrutiny over vice president Joe Biden now accused of inappropriate touching seven women have come forward to say he made them feel uncut. Comfortable and embarrassed in response Biden releasing this video in my career trying to make a human connection, and I get it. I get thank you. Thank you. Then just days later, Biden addressing predominantly male crowd of union electrical workers seeming to make light of the allegations. I had permission to hug Lonny. So people were wondering do you really get it? I really do. Here's the deal. I've always thought that part of leadership part of politics was listening to people hearing them making them feel comfortable is my responsibility to be more sensitive to whether or not someone wants me to reassure them or wants to sail or wants to so affectionate in sport. And and that's my responsibility. Have you ever experienced a similar situation? Would a man made you feel uncomfortable by their actions or inappropriate language of any sort. Yes. It's happened to me that how'd you handle it? I just sorta stepped aside. I didn't address it. There was a time when women were afraid to speak out. Now if that same thing happened today turn around and say, what do you think you're doing? So I think it's totally different. Refresher de swear to kill the whole truth. Swear to kill the whole truth. God banking, Biden has also been criticized for his handling of Hill's testimony during the confirmation hearings for supreme court Justice Clarence Thomas. I have no personal vendetta against Clarence Thomas hill had worked for Thomas and accused him of sexual harassment facing grilling from an all white all male Senate committee, led by Biden, I believed her from the very beginning. I I was chairman. She did not get a fair hearing. She did not get treat it. Well, that's my responsibility. And I committed that I am determined to continue the fight to see to it that we basically changed the culture in this country, Biden says he called hill to apologize. A few weeks before announcing his run for president. I was grateful. She took the call but hill told the New York Times, I cannot be satisfied by simply saying I'm sorry for what happened to you. I will be satisfied. But I know that there is real change and real account. Stability and a real purpose Biden says he learned from the experience when Biden enter the race, President Trump tweeted impart, welcome to the Ray sleepy. Joe? I only hope you have the intelligence long in doubt to wage a successful primary campaign. I've been a Senator for fifteen years. This is Biden's third run for president. He kicked off his campaign in Pennsylvania the state where he was born and which Trump narrowly won in two thousand sixteen I also came here. Because quite frankly, folks, if I'm going to be able to beat down Trump in twenty twenty it's going to happen here. You also have referred to yourself as an Obama Biden democrat people look at that and say, well, you running for third Obama term how would your presidency be substantially different. I'm really proud of serving with Barack. But look it's a new time new day. Donald Trump is very confident that should you win the nomination that he could beat you easily. Are you as confident that you can win the nomination and feed him? Whether I win the nomination Hoskin panned on the Democrats, and whether or not it'd be Donald Trump is going to be penned on American people. Coming up violence in Venezuela. Another tragedy inside a synagogue on perspective after this. These days news comes out of Washington so fast. It can be hard to keep up. I just don't think this is going to play out the way everybody thinks it's going to play out. We're getting giancarl prediction. Look, we need special music for this. I'm ABC news political director Rick Klein, join me along with ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Every week as we break down the facts and turn to Washington insiders with tough questions on the powerhouse politics podcasts. Are you gonna talk to moan forward to? Listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. Welcome back to perspective. I'm Sherry Preston. Gunfire in the streets of Caracas this week after Venezuelan opposition leader want Widodo urged the military to join his side. ABC senior national correspondent, Tom yomas? Details the violence this week, and what's at stake for the healing nation. Chaos in Venezuela. Violent clashes on folding white in front of cameras. Members of the military defecting taking up arms against the government. Interim president one Widodo calling this the final phase to take down the Madero regime. The two sides battling gunfire. Tear gas and firebombs exploding on the streets of Caracas. This man, saying they're defending liberty down with tyranny the battle cry of the opposition it all began with this three minute video. Why do calling on the rest of the armed forces to break ranks and joined the opposition and momentum and women Ville his outta. Why does say now is the moment than taking to the streets. Venezuelans, bud. Thousands out there supporting him cheering those soldiers who defected Madero outraged calling it a coup and demanding his security forces squash. Any uprising Madera is still very much in control of that country. But we saw clashes very very violent clashes that we haven't seen in months. One instance in particular was when an armored vehicle was facing off against demonstrators who had rocks and sticks and molotov cocktails, and they were trying to disperse the demonstrators. The demonstrators are throwing molotov cocktails trying to trying to set these these vehicles on fire and at one point a driver of one of these vehicles. Just hits the gas and advances in moves forward and ends up running over some of these demonstrators people were run over there. Protesters were injured and then after that there was exchanges of gunfire. People were just it seemed they were firing into the air firing in the direction of whatever the opposition force was and we've seen one why take to the streets and walk through the streets with other members of the opposition party and also with just regular Venezuelans. These are these are regular Venezuelans here that are protesting. We've also seen every major member of President Trump's administration, including the president himself say that they're supporting one zero they're supporting the opposition movement and national security adviser John Bolton also with some strong words when d'oro still has control of his military. It's unclear what what can do if anything they're different factions of the military. So you have your traditional army, and they are backing Madero for several reasons, but one get a piece of the action if you will the military's in. Volved in in every business deal in the in the selling of oil in most transactions like in many, totalitarian countries, the military gets a piece of that action. So it is beneficial to them from a financial standpoint to stand with Madero. And then there's there's what they call the clinic T-Bills, essentially like the citizen army of the Douro regular people low income people that have been armed by by the government to make sure they backup Madero in situations. Like, this you have the national guard as well. And then you also have a militias that are that are the elderly there's sort of the older statesman's of the socialist party, but still support Madero as well, and they have uniforms, the collective don't have uniforms, essentially civilians that are armed that. That actually do a lot of the killings when we talk about the five hundred or so opposition members that have been killed since Medeiros taken power. A lot of those killings and kidnappings are done by members of the collective oh. Last week. We witnessed another tragic shooting at a house of worship this time. It was a synagogue in San Diego County. We learn more details about it this week as a rabbi in several congregants described what happened during last Sunday's Passover service with ABC's Matt cut men turnaround. I see the shooter's standing there in position with the rifle moving get Ford's me. It was the moment. Rabbi Goldstein came face to face with evil. There wasn't just a shooting massacre move. Eight year old boy, Don show, Harambee get shot. And I wanted to dodge to do something and the bullets started to fly. Sorry. Sorry. Go go know what to do? And that's where my finger got shot app. Off and he's like Cushing flood and stuff centimeters away from death. Literally estimated three chickens of terror John Ernest which studied nursing allegedly attack the combat of powei in the middle of Sabbath services three people were wounded, but what's your five six year old Laurie? Gilbert K would not shot just feet away from rabbi Goldstein, he hates juice. This is pure antisemitism. Police calling this a hate crime the latest in a rushing number of attacks motivated by race or religion and law enforcement revealing got a tip minutes before the attack, but it was too late collar. Disconnected. He was a little after eleven AM, but police say the shooter entered the synagogue. The gunman firing off about ten rounds in total the air fifteen style rifle purchased just the day before. Victims. With the gunman firing. Oscar, Stuart didn't think he just ran take about two steps. And I just turn around and go the other way the look on his face was one of dread as I'm coming at him. He drops his weapon each possible the gunman's weapon. Then malfunction I yelled, I'm going to kill you. I chased him out. So I chased him to his vehicle. He gets in the car raises the weapon, and I took with all my force. I hit the side of the car with all my might Stuart says at this point Jonathan morale off-duty border patrol agent and congregate. Also joined in he comes out, and I hear him say fallback, I have a gun and then he lets off five rounds at the car still parked. And at this point, we ran out of munition the car starts to go. And we both take the the license plate number down debate. Ran back in to survey the damage he done the rabbi shot congregants Laurie K line on the floor. We proceed to start doing CPR on her at what point did Howard lorries husband turn up. Howard's a physician, so I you so I jumped up, and I went and got the AD. He says, I'm not getting the pulse. I'm not getting a pulse. So he reaches over and looks at Laurie in. That's when you realize it was his wife the whole time. He's working, right? He he didn't know who she was he passes out. He faints he got Howard laying on the floor. I've Laurie comes running it sends their daughter the daughter. The only daughter that watching both of your parents down there lauch fully realized but a mile and a couple of minutes later police stopped. The shooter suspect pulled over jumped out of his car with his hands up and was immediately taken into custody. But for the other victims, the scars still remain is there one image that you can't get out of your head. When he's looking me, and you made me. And you want to shut me like that. That's in my face lake. You can't forget I try full yet. But those are the time coming in a statement the shooter's family said that to our great shame. His now part of the history of evil has been perpetrated on Jewish people for centuries. We have a societal failure with a rampant number of mass attacks. Michael masters directs homeland security initiative that focuses on safety in Jewish American communities. Does anything about this gunman's profile making similar to other or previous attacks? I think we're still learning a lot about the individual. But from what we know that he was able to purchase a firearm and move to an active attack. So quickly is a trend that we're increasingly seeing in the past year. There have been an increasing number of attacks on places of worship bombs ripped through Christian churches in Sri Lanka killing over two hundred and fifty people on Easter Sunday. And last month the gunmen attacking several mosques in Christchurch New Zealand killing forty nine people. And to six months ago at the tree of life synagogue in. Pittsburgh eleven people were killed for little Neue for scores. A reminder of what she and far too many children like her have endured do feel safe. Well. If you'll save because it's not the first definitely not last. So now, I just know what to watch on stuff for teenagers thing sapping coming up a sitdown with Alex trebek's. Jeopardy host discusses his obstacles and optimism. As he battled pancreatic cancer on perspective after this simply safe is award winning home security that knows it feels good to feel secure in your home blizzards blackout burglars. 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But first this week jeopardy host Alex trebek's discussed his cancer battle on good Morning, America. Seventy eight year old. I con was hosted jeopardy for thirty-five years revealed the cancer diagnosis in March said he was grateful for the support. He's gotten for fans around the world. Here's ABC's Byron Pitts. The bowl sounds like it's going to be fun. Any control? Birdie sophisticated ballet missive OB in seemingly all knowing. What is destiny for thirty five years? Nearly eight thousand episodes Alex trebek's has been the unflappable host of jeopardy. Making him one of the most enduring recognizable figures on television out gum, America's favorite answering question game jeopardy, even holding a Guinness world record for hosting the most episodes of the single game show f let's have some fun. Here comes the jeopardy round. But just two months ago. He shared this heart. Breaking news just like fifty thousand other people in the United States each year this week was diagnosed with stage, four pancreatic cancer. His announcement was classic for Beck confident. Humorous poised I plan to beat the low survival rates to sticks for this disease. But as he told Robin Roberts in his first interview since his diagnosis battling his disease has been a struggle. How are you doing my on colleges? Tells me I'm doing well, even though I don't always feel it. I've had kidney stones I've had ruptured discs. So I'm used to dealing with pain. But what I'm not used to dealing with is the surges that come on suddenly of deep deep sadness, and it brings tears to my eyes even sharing some of his lowest moments chemo affects people in different ways. And people have to understand that. And I there's nothing wrong with saying, hey, I'm really depressed today. And I have no idea why why am I crying today? Then they're done that back fighting the disease means trying to stay positive while undergoing treatment like go in. And I sit down I joke with the nurses. And I'm there for an hour and a half while they inject all this stuff into me. And then I go home, and I have a good day. And then the next day for no reason that I can fathom it turns south on me. But that's okay. You have to deal with it. Wha-? What am I going to do? Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer with the five years for -vivor rate of just nine percent. It took the lives of tech tight, and Steve Jobs singer and civil rights activists Aretha Franklin. Little house in prairie star. Michael Landon only star and perhaps most publicly actor Patrick Swayze. Who went from dirty, dancing heartthrob? Nobody gets paid. To being ravaged by the disease, how much weight did you lose a drug by twenty pounds in the blink of an eye. And then when you see it in the mirror when all of a sudden, you're the pull you is down in your bottom. Your eyes go yellow jaundice sits in and you know, something's wrong. I love you lady. I love you lady Swayze died less than nine months later. But Alex trebek's hopes to beat the odds and join survivors like supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, who was successfully treated for pancreatic cancer in two thousand nine I've had so many contacts from people who have survived cancer for ten years twelve years fourteen years. I am now a thirty day cancer survivor. I'm going to catch up to those other people Rebecca's playing the be back at the podium in September. When the thirty six season of jeopardy kicks off. I have managed to receive so much love from so many people and quite often. You don't get that during your lifetime after your past after you're dead. People say, oh, he was such a good guy. We really liked him. But I'm getting that all before that event. So it makes me feel really really good coming up survivors, speak out. Elizabeth smart and other abductions survivors discuss their experiences on a new show on perspective after this. Hey, I'm Dan Harris from ABC news, and I have a podcast, and you should listen to it. It's called ten percent, happier. It's all about how to stay sane in our increasingly insane world, we talked to everybody from the Dalai Lama signs. Volkan folks, human gene, can Paul you have to explore this life. It's fun and interesting may even change your life. You can listen to it for free on apple podcasts or on your favorite podcast app. Welcome back to perspective, I'm Sherry Preston. Elizabeth smart is bringing together a group of obstruction survivors in our new television special. She sits down with six women who were held captive discussing their experiences how they've moved on. And how they lend advice to Jamie Kloss was kidnapped for eight days. ABC's Linsey Davis as the story. My name is Denise Haskins. Katie beers, Gina the Hase's Kerr Chamberlain, Sarah meaner. My name is Alicia has the cabbage. These women survivors of the nation's most notorious objections have been brought together by Elizabeth smart. Nothing prepares you for being kidnapped and nothing prepares you for life. After in two thousand two she was kidnapped at knife point from her Salt Lake City home her family, pleading for safe return time for her to come home, then fourteen year old endured nine months of physical and psychological torture. At the hands of Brian David Mitchell and his wife Wanda Barzi for she was rescued and reunited with her family. It's real it's real Elizabeth is is happy. She's well, Jaime classes missing poster this is a sisterhood. That's unlike any other now in a lifetime, special smart Justice that Jamie clause case, Elizabeth smart and the other members of this tragic sisterhood offer their unique insights to help thirteen year old kidnapping victim, Jamie clause. My mission is simple to help Jamie move forward and heal Jamie clause is just the most recent high profile kidnapping that horrified. The nation. She was randomly spotted at a school bus. Stop in rural Wisconsin by twenty one year old Jay Thomas Paterson, according to thirties after seeing her he knew that was the girl he was going to take Patterson broke into the family home, murdered her parents and abducted, Jamie. Taking her in the trunk of his car to his home in Gordon, Wisconsin, seventy miles away, an amber alert was issued for weeks volunteers look for signs that Jamie was still alive. She was held captive for three months. Jamie telling thirties she was forced to say under his twin size bed for hours without food or water. Put on January tenth Patterson told Jamie, he was leaving for a few hours. She sees an opportunity to escape Jamie is the hero in this case. There's no question about it. Investigators say Jamie fled from the house running into the arms of gene nutter, a former social worker who was out walking her dog. She spoke to ABC's Alex Perez. She was crying and said I need help. I don't know where I am. I'm lost. Please help me nutter asked the frightened teen where she was coming from Jamie pointed at the house across the street, I kept tying, Jamie. Don't worry. Everything's gonna be okay. Wanting to put some distance between them and her captors house, not abroad, Jamie. Down the road to the home of Peter and Kristen Kosinski, it took my breath away. No, I'm still it's kind of hard for me to wrap my mind around incredibly Jamie was able to give a name and description for Patterson, even providing the authorities with a vehicle description that ultimately led to his arrest in cases. Like this. We often need a big break. And it was Jamie herself who gave us that break. Jamie is now living with her aunt after her escape, they released a statement, Jamie, greatly appreciates each and every gift as well as many cards and letters the statement said the many kind words have been a source of great comfort to her in March. Jake Patterson pled guilty to two counts of homicide and one count of kidnapping. He now faces the possibility of life in prison and will be sentenced in may. The way he targeted Jamie was eerily similar to what happened to Elizabeth smart in Utah. I was out clothes shopping with my mom when my captor saw me. And then as soon as he saw me he had decided that I was the girl who's going to kidnap in the lifetime special. Another connection is highlighted Sarah Maynard's kidnapper also killed her family. I think your case is probably the closest to Jamie's, of course, we feel days, you know, where we feel hopeless, and we want to give up, you know. Of course, I'm sure all of us feel that way. But we can't losing mother is one of the hardest things in life. You have the. Just. Can't comprehend what you had to go through hear music and strong, Elizabeth smart visited Wisconsin offering support to the community. I just want you to know that Jamie is an extraordinary young woman because despite the horrors that she saw despite the terrible things that shoes suffered she still escaped. I mean that takes more strength than I could. Smart and the other abductions survivors hoped that by speaking out and reaching out their stories will help Jamie move forward worker, and I was wondering what if dude? Abba, take her children. While mislead securing them is really good thing to begin with, which I'm sure you already know, but helping them to understand that they do have auctions being able to make choices again for yourself as a big dome as a survivor is so empowering, but as the women, no also, well, it's much more complicated than that. I feel that when we're rescued that. Yeah. Happy ending. It's all over literally the newspaper said that happy ending. It's not an ending. This isn't the book doesn't close just vantage. Cala people have asked me like finance you to this like if they knew they would actually do they were kidnapped. I was also manipulated and told you know, if I ran had killed me. It'd come my family. I automatically fell like those manipulations were much stronger BAAs than the actual chains. And well Jamie is now safe at home, this sisterhood of survivors knows this is just the first step in recovering from the unthinkable coming up. An athlete's climate change mission. Professional ice climber helped scientists discover global warming evidence on perspective after this have a dream. But don't know where to begin. I didn't want to be limited looking for wisdom for women who've already been there, you will constantly be given the opportunity to lose yourself. Welcome to ABC's. No limits. I'm your host, Rebecca Jarvis. And each week. We're talking to game changing women about success lessons learned along the way. And of course, the worst advice, I really thought about this worst advice ever you can hear new episodes of no limits every week on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. This is perspective. From ABC news. I'm Sherry Preston. Professional ice climber will get takes on some very seriously daunting physical challenges every day in the process. He's also helping scientists learn more about climate change Gad is an ice climbing legend and uses his skills to get climate scientists to places once thought inaccessible for more. Here's ABC's will Reeve. Danger costume to me, they remind the pay attention. Places that I work in the ruby hazardous if you're not in frayed in that environment. Something is wrong. Where most SIA remote and unforgiving landscape. We'll get Caesar playground. There's no mountain high enough. No waterfall dangerous enough for this extreme ice climbing. Even the mighty Niagara Falls proved no match for gag on top of the frozen cascades the first person ever to make the climb. Gad is a living legend in the climbing world. Now, he's using his influence to sound the alarm about climate chains. It's exciting taking him from the last remaining ice on Africa's highest peak some estimates. There won't be any ice on top of Kilimanjaro and less than ten years to the depths of the Nelson, art. Journal it all began here in the far freezing reaches of the Canadian Rockies. How long have you been coming to this glacier? Just figured it out. I've been coming here for forty five years that I remember some be kid Noam entry school in driving out here in the family ical and the glacier being like right there. And now it's like way back there. Each return. Visit a warning sign of the effects of climate change when I see this landscape something's wrong, there should be a glacier here. Why should anyone care about a melting glacier? Glaciers are the symptom. When glaciers are retreating this quickly. Something is changing very very quickly in our. Gats backyard ice the Athabasca glacier has lost more than half its volume and receipted nearly a mile in the past one hundred twenty five years. Yearly markers. Let visitors know just how much has vanished over time unassuming monuments with profound implications when I come back here, and I see that the glaciers receded more reminder how quickly things are changing. It's an obvious marker you read the newspaper about climate change. It's it's kind of abstract, but you come here. And it's like the glacier has moved after years of watching his ice melt away Gad filled compelled to put his climbing skills to use. Okay. Martin guiding scientists into places once thought inaccessible good Martin doing great. With Gad leading the way in two thousand sixteen. Scientists will to explore the inside of the Athabasca glacier for the first time in history, prompting unexpected discoveries. Yes film. That's biofilm. So yes, you look at glacier. Not I would personally think nothing lives there. But quite obviously alive is living in here. Sodhi twenty years ago, though, since we'll be police cold is Dunkin. It's like biotech. We know we can put you. We know we can you. There's evidence right there. Right. Totally accidentally like new lifeforms down there. That's a special Fe of an athlete, but to be able to help kind of collective knowledge Ford of it is is really satisfied to be the United Nations recognized Gad's impact in two thousand eighteen naming him a mountain hero. Having will on our project was critically important for us because we were going into a cave with so many unknowns Jason gully, ugly gist at the university of south Florida recently enlisted gets help on an expedition to the Greenland ice sheet. Forget windsor. Running around fifty miles an hour. We've got temperatures dropping below zero. And we drop into what turned out to be one of the coolest case ever entered the GATT took scientists down plunging glacial cave called a quick giving them unprecedented access. There's a tremendous amount of research going on in Greenland right now. Trying to understand how the melting of the green the night sheets going to affect sea-level rise because it's the second largest ice sheet on the planet. If the Greenland sheet were to melt, it would raise sea level somewhere between about five to seven meters, and knack damage can be costly. A study warns that the melting Arctic could cost the global economy. Nearly seventy trillion dollars Gad's team had hoped to study the frigid waters beneath the ice sheet. But here science comes with risks. There's so much debris in so much power in there that I it was not a safe place to me. And this research is important, but it's not worth dying for their one of the things that we're always concerned about a scientist says the risk of some of these projects and having somebody like will who's really really good, technically. But also spends a lot of time thinking about risk management makes our job that much easier is we're doing science. No, we understand more about how agreement ice cap works. Now as a result of the work that that Jason and I did together. And I love nine you athlete. We're not known for being super smart. But I'm helping superstar people get in there. I am optimistic that we can stem the tide in some way. But I think we're gonna have a lot of pretty wild change on our planet relatively short over. Now, teach my kids to expect radical change and to embrace it and move four quickly. So short term were in. It's going to be difficult. Long term. I think when people pulled together they can do anything we'll Reeve in the Canadian Rockies. From ABC news. 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Ep 122: 88 Days

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Ep 122: 88 Days

"On October fifteenth. Two thousand eighteen thirteen year old Jamie Kloss was at home with her parents, James and Denise the enjoyed dinner relaxed and eventually went to bed. But at around twelve fifty, a M Jamie was woken up by her dog molly barking at something outside. She looked through her window and noticed strange car in the driveway. Jimmy quickly woke up her parents to tell them about the possible stranger. Denise grabbed her daughter and they barricaded themselves in the bathroom. Well, James went to the door to see who is there. Just, minutes later at twelve, fifty, three, a. m., the Barron County Sheriff's department received a nine one, one call. A woman could be heard screaming, but dispatchers were unable to make out much of what she was saying. They thought multiple people could be heard in the background. then. The line went dead. Dispatchers tried calling back but got no answer. Deputies James Presley Eric Sudani and John Fick immediately headed over to the class home. As, they drove west on highway aid a red vehicle traveling eastbound pulled over to the shoulder as they passed with their lights and sirens activated. They arrived at the house at one am a red pickup truck and a white SUV were parked in the driveway. No outside lights run and there were no immediate signs of stress. As the deputies moved closer to the house. They saw a light on in an upstairs bedroom. Deputies Sedan, he knocked on the front door. Through absorb this, you'll know that there were several voices. Ask Is John. The door was open deputy Sudani went to knock again to announce that they were coming in when he saw a pair of legs on the floor near the front door. Sure. Oh. I don't see a gun guy. So let's not write it off as a suicide. He moved in closer and saw a man laying on his back with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to his face under his right eye. The three deputies moved in further into the house announcing for anyone inside to show themselves. No one responded. There's a shotgun shell. Shock on. Long Gun. One at a time. No quickly. Shotgun shells. Deputy Fiqh retrieved a ballistic shield from the squad car. It appeared the man was shot through a glass window in the front door likely as he answered it for someone. The would door was splintered as if someone had fired a second round in order to break the deadbolt to get inside. The Baron County. Emergency Response Team along with additional officers from the barren police department were called to the scene. The sheriff was called immediately. Muslim. We're missing a lot. Here. and. You got a long have them advice three or three, three, zero, one, one male down deceased. Started the house declare. Several rounds spent. The three deputies moved inside. They found a spent shotgun shell near the man. There was another round found near the front door then they cleared the living, room. While moving through the hallway, they found another spent shell casing. The bathroom door appeared to have been kicked in. Hallways air cover. I'm GonNa Break Left you cover this room the right okay. Over there. Thought, we've got a dead body in this one. We got a body in here to. Inside the bathroom deputy fix spotted a woman in the bathtub with a gunshot wound to her head. She to appeared to be deceased. A cell phone was laying upside down on the floor. They continued on. Something this chair be careful going over for evidence. Before it tip before but to step over to Kim. A chair at the kitchen table was tipped back as if it had been hit by a projectile and had splintered. A back bedroom appearing to belong to a child was empty. The upstairs rooms downstairs basement were both searched and cleared. EMT's arrived and confirmed both adults were deceased. The suspect. We didn't see a shotgun. 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A light freezing sleet and snow flurries were falling around law enforcement as they gathered at the Kloss residents. It was a single story ranch style home built into a hill. A wooden deck extended off of one side of the home with glass french-style Patio doors that served as a side entrance. The front door faced highway eight. Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald arrived on scene and deputy. Presley. debriefed him on what he saw. My own came in. Holly. You're screaming and yelling I heard some of the tapes as I was gearing up to go. Bloody screaming yelling sounded like a couple people maybe not. On went dead. She check on back no answer we get here minutes later pull up To the slow approach didn't hear anything which is odd. To the front door front doors open further look at splinter kicked open for dead body right at the front door heavy trauma. The face gunshot looks like a shotgun shell of the face. There's one shell expended shell next to the body. we ended up deciding to clear the house found another one in the in the bathroom almost directly straight back from the front door in the bathtub dead. One more shot shell up in that entry area cleaning into the bathroom. For the rest of the Hollis nothing. So no no no gun. Detective Jeffrey Nelson was assigned the emergency response team or your not leader. That disease was in the bathroom go directly on the floor behind matter. I don't know if that directed for him or that's from her but bathroom door is kicked in multiple saw that. Okay. So we can let it was. Okay I don't WanNa. So. Don. I'm assuming. wills doing. entry-exit log we're put some tape up. They did a cursory walk around the. On the outside here we didn't see anything so. We're out of their. Investigators searched the outside of the home and noticed some tread patterns, Iran crime scene tape up around the house and driveway. Next the illuminated the yard with tactical lights or were unable to find any footprints or shoe impressions. Around one forty, five am the emergency response team made a second sweep of the. House. Who Shut the phone Went Dead. Yeah that's fine. I'll. No. Wonder. The phone was by the doorway it was outside of the door. Sworn that was a female yellow on unless it was an open line and could hear her in the. Kirtland. Screaming we could use them I. She replayed it when I was built up. And I don't see distinct like you know how the gauge looks like gauge won't put him up. I don't see distinct hers is just one Shell Shell look like it was in that hallway area. Like from the door Kinda shot. Investigators concluded the assailant had used a twelve gauge pump action shotgun to shoot James in the face as he bent over to look through the window. Then the assailant fired a second round into the dead bolt to breach the front door. This round went inside the home striking and tipping the chair and was found next to James's body. There were some tread patterns invisible blood near James's body. However, they were minimally discernible and appeared to be from tactical type boots like the ones worn by law enforcement. Detective Jason Hagen located Denise's cell phone on the floor of the hallway leading into the bathroom and determined that it was used to call nine one one. Quote because the phone was used to call nine, one one and because the phone was not located near any of the deceased, this means the suspect potentially handled this phone Hagan wrote in his report. He also wrote it was apparent that Denise kloss attempted to barricade herself in the bathroom where she was killed. It appears vanity drawer was pulled open to prevent the bathroom door from swinging in. The bathroom door was severely damaged and broke it off and laying in part of that Traore. The shower curtain and Rod were also pulled down. It seems possible if not likely that the suspect would have pulled it down. As, the ear T members continued their search of the home. They found the family dog molly trembling in fear behind the Washer Dryer in the basemen she wouldn't come out for them. Officer saw family photos of the couple with their daughter, but the daughter was nowhere to be found inside the house. They soon. Realized Jamie KLOSS had been abducted. The FBI and the Wisconsin Department of Justice were called in for assistance. A Wisconsin crime alert along with an amber alert issued for Jamie. Denise's phone along with Jamie's phone, which is found in the kitchen and James's phone, which is found in the bedroom were sent to the FBI for analysis. DNA swabs were taken from throughout the crime scene and the front door was even removed for processing because the suspect potentially handled it. The deputies conducted had canvases to see if the neighbors heard or noticed anything. One neighbor said his wife woke up to hear the sound of a gunshot followed quickly by a second one. Jamie's school bus driver said she hadn't seen her in a week because she was out sick from school. Autopsies were performed on James and Denise. The medical examiner determined they both suffered non survivable gunshot wounds to the head and ruled their deaths a homicide. Tips began pouring in by the hundreds leads came in from as far away as Florida, but those were quickly ruled out. Investigators continue to look for possible suspects including looking at sex offender lists. A Wisconsin Department of Corrections. GPS tracking system showed no sex offenders were in Barron county at the time of the murders. Detective spoke to Jamie's friends at her middle school. They checked out who was absent from the local middle and high schools on the following Monday and Tuesday. Search, and rescue teams launched in the immediate area around the class home canine units conducted article searches hoping to find a piece of clothing or any trace of Jamie. Trash collected from highway eight near the home for the state. Crime. Lab to test for possible clues. Sea patrol officers combed through ditches finding old flip flops and shotgun shells but nothing related to the case. Nearly one hundred people volunteered to help the sheriff's office expanded their searches. The FBI poured through any electron devices recovered at the class home including camera, a memory cards and an IPAD. Detectives put together a go bag with clean clothes shoes that could be brought to Jamie when she was found. If she was found. The one of us want to run back download and see what we have for plates and oncoming cars. Because they went one or two ways. WHO's laugh last? Do you want to run and download and try to see if you can twenty plates of cars going that way? Yeah you're right. I ended up fifty four. We're close enough you WANNA. Run download burn copy quick and come on back. The sheriff's Office was particularly interested in the red card that had passed the deputies they were rushing to the classes home. But the DASH CAM video was unable to pick up a license plate number. A. Casting of a tire impression from when the car pulled over onto the shoulder was admitted to the FBI crime lab. On. October twenty first thousand. Eighteen from eleven thirty PM, until two am the Baron County Sheriff's department conducted a checkpoint on the road in front of the. House. All vehicles traveling were stopped for the purpose of determining if any of them may have heard or seen something around the time of the homicide. None had. On October twenty third, a second citizen search was conducted in the area of two and a half mile radius of the home. This time two thousand people came out to volunteer. The next day the Baron County Sheriff's Department in conjunction with the FBI announced a twenty five thousand dollar reward for information regarding. Jamie. Seduction. Denise's employer. Jenny O Turkey store announced they would be matching that amount bringing the total to a fifty thousand dollar reward. Posters were released to the public posted on social media and even on billboards and the surrounding highways. Missing Jamie clause it read in massive capital letters. Detective submitted DNA samples from Denise and James in an attempt to create a DNA profile for Jamie, to submit into a national database. For. Missing. Persons. On October twenty fifth, the House was released from the law enforcement supervision. James and Denise were laid to rest at their funeral on October twenty seven. But on that same day in the early morning hours, emotion dated camera picked up someone entering through the patio doors of the cost residents. A deputy and key nine quickly headed to the House and noticed several lights on and the blinds and shades open. The deputy or man to come out with his hands up. Could this be the break they had all been waiting for? Would this man lead them to? Jamie? The man said, his name was Kyle Jenky Anna's. All they do. Is from everything that I have read. And for for. For the simple fact is. Cuisine. Any joke comes up. You know. And they were go functional harm. Department. Chinky Anna's was identified as noted sex offender. He drank a half gallon of chocolate milk from the classes refrigerator and left the carton and Jamie's bedroom. He then admitted to taking a pink shirt and other odds and ends from the home including some underwear that he believed belonged to Jamie. Janke Anna's told investigators that he took items. He believed people wouldn't miss and that he was curious about what size Jamie was. Investigators were able to determine however that he had nothing to do with the disappearance and murders. He was charged with burglary and later released from jail on bond. Tips now poured in by the thousands, but Jamie was still nowhere to be found. As part of the investigation, the FBI and the Wisconsin Department of Justice extracted data and analyzed the cellphones collected from the house. There was unexplained internet usage on two separate dates both within a week of the murders. According to the data Jamie and Denise's phones us to access the Internet at a location about three miles away from the class home. Detective Jason Hagen decided to conduct an experiment. He, drove out to the area and watched as denise phone connected to a secure WIFI without needing a password. He realized that it was highly likely. The cell phone had connected to this Wifi in the past and that the phone remembered the password. Jamie's phone also attempted to connect to the Wi fi but was unable to get on the Internet connection. But Detective Hagan spoke with the homeowner and determined that he had no known connection to Jamie or denise. It seemed the WIFI connection was an anomaly or eroneous data. Thanksgiving passed and so did Christmas the community held vigils and prayed for. Jamie. We. All have the same goal in mind and that is to bring Jamie home. And back into? Our arms. We will continue to put our full trust. In our law enforcement agencies who are leading this investigation. Then on January tenth she thousand nineteen at four eleven pm the Douglas County Wisconsin Sheriff's office received nine one one call. County. Number One. I have a young lady at my helper now and she doesn't Janey Claw. Had Jamie finally been found. Here's the thing about home security companies most Chappie with high prices, tricky contracts, and lousy customer support. So. 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Hang on just a second. Christian was at her cabin in the woods. It's a rural area where not a lot of people stay in the winter. quake. Did she show up walking? A neighbor the walked up with her tour and the woman. Kristen said her neighbor Jeannie Nutter told that Jamie? Clause walked up to her on the street Jamie told Jeannie her name and said, she needed help go. How did they come up upon your cabin? Walking my dog and we were almost home and she was walking courtney crying and you gotta help to help me. Okay like didn't WanNa go in my cabin. To? That her her name is Danny cloth. Yes. When I walk into this how? They recognize immediately from. Jamie. Told them that the man who abducted her was named Jake Thomas Paterson. Genie new the Patterson cabin was two doors down from hers. She didn't know Jay but could see that there were cars in his driveway. Jamie said Jake left the house and she thought he was going to come back at midnight but didn't know for certain. But we're kind of scared because like. I. Have I have many deputies headed that way I'm GonNa keep you on the line. Okay. And she thought I am Dany cloth? Yes. My parents I wanNA. Go home. How And what was the mail him? had. Take Patterson and feed that J. he killed her parents and she wants to go home. When I thought or? Am I I and I. And did she say he's gone right now? They add a cabin. Well, I think. You look. At it at midnight it. Jimmy told them that cheek doesn't work and that he used to be in the military. And that he drives a red car. Jeanie said Jamie was in shock was tired with matted hair and MESSI clothes. Nine one one dispatchers told them to stay at the home and to not allow anyone inside except law enforcement. Detained thing. You're wary. She told me that one in we've heard she doesn't know that he gone. He comes up real loud. People come over the watcher. Jamie said, Jake would trap her under his bed for up to twelve hours at a time without bathroom breaks our food. He would have people over and turn up the radio really loud. On that afternoon Jamie said Jake boxster under his bed and left the house. She was able to push out from under the bed found an oversized pair of men's shoes and broke free. At one point nine genie asked me whether she was okay and told her that she doesn't want her to be scared. Jamie said she wasn't afraid. Okay, it was there that the not door or you define in the Guy Out The. Cut High better there with you. Yeah. Okay Jeannie perfect that I can let you go as long as the deputy there with you guys. Okay. Okay. Thank you the dumb thing by by. Douglas County deputies arrived at the House Jamie, was sitting on a couch wrapped in a blanket and wearing slippers. The neighbors had given her for warms. She said, she wasn't hurt the worried. The suspects location was still unknown and might be in the area trying to find Jamie. The deputies made the decision to remove her immediately. The women gave her a hug and she walked outside with the deputies. Jamie sat in the front seat of the patrol car and they headed to the hospital for a medical examination. As they were leaving the neighborhood the deputies saw a red vehicle pass them. Twenty two eighteen thanking I. got a Red Card at this pathway. Bible by William John at Douglas Becker coming toward you nineteen and twenty nine. Point nine copy. Platelets back to Katie Paterson. Two thousand four tourists Maroon. Twenty to just go. Have A. On My. ALGA. Driving. Jamie was unsure if that was jake's car, but it matched the description. It appeared a male was driving. So another deputy pulled the car over. Traveled on. Like, play like. Ninety eight hundred Tan. Happy. configure. Surgeon derocha pulled behind the suspect vehicle while waiting for another squad to arrive. Once. The vehicle passed the Patterson home surgeon Dorota conducted a traffic stop. Sergeant. Into Rosia told the man to raise his hands in the air and to open his door. The man said, his name was Jake Paterson. Sergeant Dorota told him to step out of the vehicle. Jake said I know what? This is about I did it. Sergeant Rosia. Asked him. What did he do? Jake replied he wasn't going to say. Jake was placed in handcuffs and to the city office. Still, being detained to figure out what's on understand? The deputies told Jamie that Jake was in custody Jamie smiled. Deputy Patrick Carey stayed behind the neighbor's house. He said they were noticeably upset some were crying aimlessly pacing. But. There was a breath of relief when they learned Jake was in custody. Sergent. Erosion told Jake to make himself comfortable in the back seat because it was a long drive to headquarters. Jake was told he was no longer just in custody he was under arrest. At seven fifteen pm detective, Nelson's sat down with him for an interview. Jake waived his Miranda rights and begin answering questions. Twenty one year old Jake Thomas Paterson was living in his father's cabin in Gordon Wisconsin. He graduated high school in two thousand fifteen. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps but was discharged after one month in boot camp. Jake said he thought about just taking a girl in two thousand sixteen. Two years before he decided to act on it. Quote I just thought about that a lot maybe a year after that I was starting to think about how actually do I do this like more specifically not just in general. Jake said he was working temporary job and I'll Meena Wisconsin when he first saw Jamie getting onto a bus, an October two, thousand eighteen. It was then he began to obsess about the idea of kidnapping her and holding her prisoner. He said he approached the CLAWSF home on two different nights but chickened out. On the night of October fifteenth, he was determined to go through with it. Quote I put that gun my shotgun in my mouth I was telling myself you know either I'm going to die or they are. He said he shaved his head and beard to avoid leaving any hair that could be traced back to him. He put his stolen license plate on his car and drove from Gordon Tiberan. As he approached the house, he cut his lights and engine and then coasted down the driveway. Quote I was kind of like I was telling myself. I have to do this like once they see me to at least having a chance of getting away with it. He said, he shot James through a window, shot the locked door and then kicked it in. He then kicked in the bathroom door and grabbed the cellphone out of Denise's hands. She told denise to Rab, Jamie's mouth and duct tape. But when he wasn't satisfied with how she did it, he put down the gun in wrapped Jamie's mouth hands and feet himself. Quote and then I kinda I grabbed the gun I pointed it at Denise just shot it like right in the head I didn't even look when I did it like I looked away. He then told Jamie just walk just walk and it's like I already forgot that her legs were tied or whatever I was dragging her and then I was just dragging her out of the house I remember I stepped on James's blood and slipped almost or almost slipped, and then after that, I just dragged her through her in my trunk and drove away. He kept the shotgun in the passenger seat and said, he thought about shooting the cops, had he been stopped? For the first two weeks, he kept the shotgun loaded and ready in the house just in case the police arrived. He said, they would watch, TV cook, and stay at the home. On January tenth, he went to apply for a job. When he came home in the afternoon he knew he was quote fucked when he didn't see Jamie under the bed, he saw tracks in the snow and a police car at a nearby house. He got back in his car to look for her. He said, he had just returned home our sooner. He could have prevented her from running away. Cheek said, he's really good about not thinking about stuff. Any barely thought about the murders until the detectives asked him. The lawn crime networks Aaron Keller has more. Patterson city he barely planned had no clothes for Jamie to wear but kept his gun loaded in case police showed up at his home. He said, he assumed he could get an apartment with Jamie clause or maybe let her go after a year. When asked what his punishment should be Patterson said I don't think Wisconsin has a death penalty. It's probably going to be life in prison the next morning, a child forensic interviewer from the FBI spoke with Jamie. She, told her story. She said she told her parents a man was standing at their front door with a gun who she was later able to identify as Jake Paterson. She hit with her mother in the bathtub with the door barricaded. She heard a gunshot and knew her father had just been killed. Her mom called nine one one but jake broke down the door. cheik holding a shotgun in one hand wrestled the phone away from Denise with his other hand and threw it aside. She told them just be quiet. Do would I say and I won't hurt you. According to prosecutors Jacobs then the gun at Denise's head and shot her at point blank range. The proximity of Jamie to her mother and the sound of that third shotgun blast in the small confined aathroom. Even more deafening than the first two blasts would have jolted Jamie to the bone. The defendant didn't even look at Denise when he killed her. The, defendant Grad Jamie by the arm and dragged her out of the House almost slipping on James's blood when he stepped over him and dragging Jamie through her father's blood on the way out the door. When he got to his car dropped Jamie at the driver's side door through the shotgun in the passenger seat, and then popped open the trunk. In, his statement to police Mr Paterson said, he'd told Janey to be quiet and not to move or he would kill her. Jamie said, she heard police sirens shortly after they began driving away. She thought it was about two hours before they arrived at his home. For the next eight days, Jamie was kept a prisoner in his house she went into survival mode. He kept her in constant fear by yelling at her and threatened that something really bad would happen if she didn't follow his rules. He would get mad at her for no reason at all. He hit her really hard ones with a curtain rod and warned he would do it worse the next time. She said, he would make her hide under the bed and stacked toads laundry been so she couldn't see out. He placed weights like barbells and lifting equipment in front of them. So she was unable to move them. It became her prison. Jake, went out for Thanksgiving dinner and celebrated Christmas with his family. All Wild Jimmy was confined under the bed. No bathroom breaks no movement no sound out of her for up to twelve hours at a time. Those were Jake's rules. Rules that she had to follow or something really bad would happen to her he told her. This horrific ordeal and the eight days of Trauma Jamie endured came to an end not because of anything the defendant did but because of Jamie's courage and will to survive. On Thursday January ten, two, thousand, nineteen at approximately four o'clock Deanne Jamie knowing full. Well, what the defendant said would happen to her if he ever caught her trying to escape. The. Incredible. Jamie summons the strength and courage of the bravest among us and decided no matter what happened to her she was going to try and get away. She shoved the totes weights away from the bed crawled out from under the bed managed to locate a pair of the defendants sneakers and put them on. But was. So hurry to get out of there before he caught her. that. She put them on the wrong feet. Seconds turned into minutes as she shoved the totes and waits away from the bed. With each step she took to escape. The terror of not knowing where he was got more and more intense. Jamie questioned was jake still in the house. was he standing outside the door? Would he drive up and find her as she was escaping? Jamie wearing only pajamas no code or gloves and a chilly winter day left her prison. She saw genie nuttier walking her dog and yelled for help. Genie told the Lawn Crime Network that Jamie is the real hero for breaking free and that she herself was just in the right place at the right time with her dog go when I saw her I knew she was in trouble because I knew she wherever she came from she left in a hurry I didn't know if somebody just dropped her off or She just head on on a sweat shirt and wagons and shoes that were too big for her So. All I knew is when she told me who she was I, I obviously the circumstances of her disappearance and what happened to her parents and I knew the person who had or was not a good person in a needed to be. Safe. Place. Cheaney said, she's a former social worker and those skills kicked in. That's why she brought her to a neighbor's cabin to find safety in numbers to reach the police. Peter Kasinga's said, he instantly recognized Jamie when they showed up at his doorstep in the whole thing, I like I told Jamie when she sitting on my couch just that I am so glad to see you over two days investigators recovered eighty nine pieces of evidence from Jake's home. Those included silver and black shotgun with three remaining shotgun shells steel toed boots, a black jacket, a black mask and a stolen license play. Jake was held at the Barron County jail and was formerly rained less than a month. Later, state is asking the court to set cash bail in the amount of five million dollars. MR, paterson has no ties to Barron County. The allegations in the complaint are that he worked at the PUTO cheese factory for two days. The only reason other than that for being barren county was kidnapped Jamie. State asked the court to look at the charges themselves. He's charged with two counts of first degree intentional homicide maximum sentence on each of those counts life imprisonment. The Counter Kidnapping Forty years the count of armed burglary, fifteen years. The state. Asks. You to consider. The efforts he took to conceal himself. As alleged in the criminal complaint. The modifications that he made to his vehicle so the police wouldn't find him. cluding stealing license plates. On the vehicle near Serena putting him out vehicle before he went to the clause residents so that if police did see him, they would not be able to trace his vehicle back to his plates. Fact that he disengaged his dome light to make sure that no, one would be able to see him enter or exit his vehicle. Fact that he purchased the mask. Fact that he wiped down, shotgun his the shotgun that was located at his house. And the shells that were used to kill James and Denise by his own words so that no DNA or fingerprints. would be found. The judge agreed with prosecutors and said, Jake spawned at five million dollars. He was ordered to not have contact with Jamie or anyone who helped rescue her. Meanwhile investigators worked to build their case against him, the Wisconsin, state crime lab, Determined Jake to be the single source of male DNA found on the shotgun recovered at his cabin. The three spent shotgun shells the clause home a match to the three bullets remaining in that shotgun. A pair of boots at the Patterson's house had a mixture of two males DNA Jake Patterson and James Clause. And Jamie's DNA was found on various items taken from his car. On February twenty, eighth two, thousand Nineteen Care Eleven reporter Liu Reduce received a handwritten letter from Jake. Reduce had mailed jake ten questions saying quote I'm a reporter for Care Levin News in Minneapolis and had been covering the case since Jamie disappeared. I have many questions that have not yet been answered through the court filings please write back if you can. Law In crimes? Aaron. Keller has the details. In a letter to Minneapolis television station Harrison says I knew I was caught which I thought would happen a lot sooner. I wouldn't fight anything I tried to give them everything then scribbles wasn't completely honest. So they didn't have to interview Jamie they did anyways and her more for no reason the letter is filled with scribbled thoughts but Patterson says he plans to plead guilty I want Jamie and her relatives to know that don't want them to worry about trial when responding to a question from a reporter about what led him to kidnap clause in the first place Patterson said, it's not black and white. When asked if he had remorse, Patterson said huge amounts than I. Can't believe I did this Patterson refused to detail his long-term plans after he admits he kidnapped Jamie. But he did take a swipe at the authorities immediate days. Go we stood before you speaking but the unthinkable tragedy cops say I planned this thoroughly and that I said that they're really good at twisting your words around put them in different spots straight up lie little mad about that trying to cover up their mistakes. I guess this was mostly unim- pulse I don't think like a serial killer when asked what was going through his mind when he started perpetrating the Crime Patterson said he was angry and didn't want to do it but the reason I did this is complicated. Jake revealed his own plans for his case and March twenty, seventh two, thousand nineteen he appeared before Judge James Babbler. Signing this form that you wish to indicate to the court that you've gone through the entire two page document and attachments with your lawyers. Understand it, and wish to enter into this plea agreement is. Jake agreed to plead guilty to two counts of first degree murder and one count of Canada being the burglary charge would be dismissed. In addition, the state would not file criminal charges against him for crimes committed in Douglas County. Now that his conviction was out of the way, the battle for his sentence would begin. Barron County District Attorney Brian, right requested. Jake. Be Sentenced to the highest possible for the safety of the community beginning with Jamie clause. The thought he gave to doing something even after seeing the police leaves little doubt about the grave danger that Jamie Gene Nodar and Peter and Kristen Kosinski us and their family were in if Mr Patterson had found Jamie before police arrived. The defendant had already shown what he would do if anyone got in the way of what he wanted kill anyone with Jamie and leave no witnesses behind. Mr Patterson is a cold blooded killer who traumatized a thirteen year old girl for eight days. He brutally murdered James and Denise because they stood in the way of his getting away with kidnapping. The girl he saw getting out of school bus, a girl whose name he didn't even know when he kidnapped her. Defendant. Insists he is a good person and this makes him. During Jamie's period of captivity. He told her that she had it really good at his residence told her how good he was treating her how she could have it a lot worse. On his job application which he completed the day. Jamie. escaped. He wrote that he is an honest and hardworking guy. When he was interviewed, he told investigators. I'm like a nice guy, most of the time end of quote. Mr Patterson's lack of insight into why he is not a good person. makes him a continuing danger. He has no empathy or remorse for killing James and Denise. Right said Jake's words to the reporter that is reasoning for kidnapping Jamie was complicated was an indignity to James and Denise's lives. He said he murdered them in order to not get caught and viewed them as inconsequential. Right said the one mitigating factor in the case was Jake's decision to plead guilty but that shouldn't move the scale one bit. A defendant will stop at nothing to get what he wants if he is ever released from prison. The need to protect the public starts with Jamie. If Mr Patterson is ever released from prison. He will find Jamie and when he does her life will be in jeopardy. After two weeks, the defendant thought he had gotten away with murdering James and Denise and kidnapping Jamie. After eight days he was so confident he had gotten away with it that he applied for a job. He got caught because Jamie didn't follow his rules. He made it very clear that something really bad would happen to her if she didn't follow his rules. Not only did she not follow his rules but in his self obsessed way of looking at why he got caught, she betrayed him by escaping. It. was because she escaped that he got caught. For Jamie's safety, the defendant can never be given an opportunity to bring about what he meant when he told Jamie that something really bad would happen to her if she didn't follow his rules. Defense Attorney Charles Glenn. To at least grant Jake, the chance for parole. So he could have access to treatment while in lockup. Glenn said the writer of the pre sentence investigation report got carried away with emotion and made an unqualified analysis of Jake's mental health. The report recommended life in prison without the possibility of release. The used. Language like Mr Paterson succumbed to his twisted fantasies. Now I'd expect to hear that from people and we we actually heard it today. We heard those words, but that's not the role of a PSI rider they work for the state. This court ordered that PSI to be objective and it wasn't. Throughout it there is personal opinion and even some attempts diagnosing Mr Paterson with certain mental health. Diagnoses, which I don't believe the PSI writer is credentialed for. In is not able to do so but did so nonetheless now Mr Paterson Mr Jones and I fully understand that someone could get caught up in the. Strong emotion of this case, we've all lived through this. It's been a tough tough time. but to do that in the context of presents investigation. Is, just not right and it doesn't assist the court and coming to a fair and just sentence. The defense had a mental health expert interview, Undiagnosed Jake. The expert found he did not have sociopathic psychopathic tendencies. The doctor found there were no mental health diagnoses that applied to him and concluded that his actions were not part of escalating behavior arising from childhood or adolescence. Quote. Mr Paterson severely overreacted to his loneliness and resulted disconnection to most people due to his self imposed isolating behaviors. His criminal actions were a desperate attempt to inject some meaning into his life and give him a reason to live without regard for harm it would cause to others. Defense Attorney Richard Jones said that the only reason they didn't take the case to trial was because their client didn't allow them to. We found him to be direct. Intelligent. Honest. With. US. remorseful. We found to be a quiet man that struggled with the way to. The of his actions and the magnitude of what he had done. We found him to be a man so burdened by the magnitude of his actions that you find difficult to look at us. He was so burdened by his actions that he struggled to tell us a story that he'd already given to law enforcement in great detail. We came to realize it was because the significance of the story that he had told in the details of that story began to resignation he started to really appreciate what he had done. He was embarrassed. He was hurt. But. He was willing to accept responsibility. Joan said Jake insisted on pleading guilty and ask the judge to consider this as a huge mitigating factor. JAMMIES end Jennifer Smith was appointed as her legal guardian. She spoke at Jake sentencing hearing. It's so heartbreaking. We now live in fear every day. Watcher Bax. Have home security systems we don't feel safe. I will say I won't let you destroy my family no more. We can be happy again. Smile more. Move forward with life and that's why we can. We will know you will be behind bars for the rest of your life and pay for all the evil. You have done. I Want Justice for Denise Jim, and Jamie. Attorney Chris Graham Strip then read the following statement on behalf of Jamie. Quote last October Jake Paterson took a lot of things that I loved away from me. It makes me the most sad that he took away my mom and my dad. I, loved my mom and dad very much and they loved me very much. They did all. They could to make me happy and protect me. He took them away from me forever. I felt safe in my home and I loved my room and all of my belongings he took all of that too. I don't even WanNa see my home or my stuff because of the memory of that night. My parents and my home where the most important things in my life. He took them away from me in a way that will always leave me with the horrifying memory. Jamie said that she has to have an alarm in her house now just so she can sleep. That, she used to love to go to school hang out with their friends and Dan's she said, he took all those things away from her that she now do them because she gets scared an anxious. Quote. But there are some things that Jake Paterson can never take from me. He can't take my freedom. He thought that he could own me but he was wrong I was smarter I watched his routine and I took back my freedom I will always have my freedom and he will not. Jake Paterson can never take away my courage. He thought he could control me but he couldn't I feel like what he did is what a coward would do I was brave he was not. Judge Babbler allowed Jake, the opportunity to speak before issuing his sentence. I would do like. Absolutely anything. Of Die. You have Cellini thing to. Bring them back. Capable he just. Just. So sorry. Judge Babbler told the close family that he sorry for what they endured. He said James and Denise close did what good parents could do and gave up their lives as their daughter was kidnapped. Judge Babbler quoted Jake statement in which he said he fantasized about kidnapping girls and killing their families. Jake repeatedly shook his head to throughout the hearing at one point interrupting the judge and saying why don't you read the rest of the letter I wrote a lot more than that and your ignoring it. There is no doubt in my mind that you are one of the most dangerous man to ever walk. On this planet. There is talk of your remorse, but as the agent points out in the PSI, there's a difference between regret and remorse. Regret means you're sorry that you're caught remorse me to have empathy for the victim's. If no doubt that you have regret. And I have no doubt that you have no remorse. The overriding factor in the sentencing is the protection of the public. The rest of the public deserves liberty and justice. You have had long term thoughts prior committing these crimes. Including, kidnapping multiple girls, killing multiple families. And keeping a young girl prisoner. You are the embodiment of evil. Jake Paterson was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He registered officially as a sex offender. while. In Wisconsin's Dodge Correctional Institution? Jake was accused of threatening to attack another inmate. Due to safety concerns authorities later transferred him to a prison in new. Mexico. While in New Mexico Jake was seen on video getting into a fight with an inmate there. It's unclear what the two were talking about but the other inmate appears to lunge at. Jake who then takes a swing at his head? A guard can then be seen firing. A beanbag gun towards them. Jake puts his hands in the air and lays down. According to the sheriff the seven-month case generated thirty, two, thousand tips nearly seven hundred pieces of evidence and the. Running active amber alert in Wisconsin history. Jamie. Has Been Living with relatives and her dog molly. State lawmakers honored her as a hero at the state capital. And one year after her kidnapping genie released a statement to the. Quote I really want to thank everyone for all the kindness and concern that people all over the country have shown me. I am very happy to be home and getting back to the activities that I enjoy. I love hanging out with all of my friends and I feel stronger every day. And that's all for this episode. Let me know what you think about this case by joining the conversation on Instagram at court. Junkie. tweeting me at Junkie Pod or by emailing me at PODCAST AT PORT JUNKIE DOT com. This episode was researched and written by Jennifer tickner from the law and Crime Trial Network. Follow her on twitter at Jennifer tintern. 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AP Headline News Jan 11 2019 10:00 (EST)

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04:51 min | 1 year ago

AP Headline News Jan 11 2019 10:00 (EST)

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AP Headline News Jan 11 2019 17:00 (EST)

AP Radio News

04:30 min | 1 year ago

AP Headline News Jan 11 2019 17:00 (EST)

"Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the. Hi, jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool. So when it's like tell us what you want to pay. Hey, and the trombone goes, blah, blah, blah, and you say, we'll help you find coverage options to fit your budget. Then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes, savings coming at ya. Savings coming at ya. Yes. No. Maybe. Anyway, see you practice tonight. I got new lyrics for the rap break. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, President Trump says he has no plans to declare a national emergency. But how does she do this the AP? Saga megani has the story dispute with Democrats over wall funding has led to what tonight will become the nation's longest government shutdown the president's been threatening to declare an emergency as a way of going around congress today, he called it the easy solution. But I'm not going to join so fast because this is something congress should do though. There's no indication lawmakers would as the impasse continue some eight hundred thousand government workers missed paychecks today. Saga megani? Washington. Shelby James in Alameda. California is the wife of a member of the coast guard. He did not get a paycheck today. We put a little money aside just for case in a rainy day fund. But that rainy day fund has common. So now, it's time to really wait and start figuring out. What bills can be paid bills can't be paid at this point. Through wisconsin. Twenty one year old Jake Thomas Paterson has been identified as the suspect accused of killing a couple and kidnapping the couple's thirteen year old daughter Jamie Kloss was found alive yesterday. Sheriff Chris FitzGerald says she managed to get away from Patterson. We do believe Jamie was the only target. I can tell you that the subject plan is actions and took many proactive steps to hide his density from law enforcement, and the general public. A suspect was shot at a middle school in Eugene Oregon today, but no students or teachers were hurt. Police say the incident began with a dispute outside the school. The military says it started pulling a quick, but not troops out of Syria as a first step in meeting. President Trump's demand for complete military withdrawal, a twenty two year old police officer on the job only a few weeks were shot and killed by a suspect who opened fire as she was investigating three car crash in Davis, California, Wall Street, the Dow finished down five points. This is AP radio news. Panicking staff members at a long term care facility. Scrambled to save a baby. Born to an Arizona woman in a vegetative state. Nine one one audio was released today, the emergency someone who has had a baby one of their patients just had debut. We had no idea. She was pregnant. Okay is the baby or maybe turning blue? We need someone now within a few minutes. So maybe reading the baby breathing my car. Okay. Since that day, the woman and the baby boy have been recovering at a hospital in Arizona. Their conditions have not been released. It's too early to say, but the current flu season is shaping up to be gentler then last winter's unusually brutal won the centers for disease control and prevention says in most parts of the country most illnesses right now are being caused by a flu strain that leads to fewer hospitalizations and deaths. I'm Ed Donahue, AP radio news. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the. Hi, jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool. So when it's like tell us what you want to pay. Hey, the trombone goes, blah, blah, blah. And you say we'll help you find coverage options to fit your budget. Then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes, savings coming at ya. Savings coming at ya. Yes. No. Maybe. Anyway, see you practice tonight. I got new lyrics for the rap break. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably mow the lawn and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn till people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having to mow the lawn again, good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance. Which of course, we'll go right into the lawn. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers come on. Available in all states or situations.

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AP Headline News Jan 11 2019 08:00 (EST)

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

AP Headline News Jan 11 2019 08:00 (EST)

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Is it time to take a Swiss German course?

Swiss and Chips

18:38 min | 1 year ago

Is it time to take a Swiss German course?

"This is Swiss on chips, you'll British guy to Switzerland. Ships. I'm Jay, and I am see one city and in this episode. We're talking about learning Swiss German by going to natural Swiss German costs how come how come. Because. Weeks ago? I started Swiss German course, exciting after a lot of deliberation. I might add the liberation in thinking about it. A lot of what that means for the small, English course. So today, we talk about you going to that Swiss, German course, and meager Shula. Exactly. What else talk about? We're gonna talk about the pros and cons of taking actual cools Swiss German. We're going to talk about where you can learn it and what to look out for like. Yeah. Thanks to bear mind. If you're thinking of take little hurtles, say hurdles really show, dear I should go to English. The day. I take start doing a book Austin Swiss German is the day that you need to go to an English. Okay. Very good. Thank you much for the compliment, very confident now to start off and ask you. So how's it like this? The Swiss German, Kloss course thing. Yeah. Well, I think I am for two weeks and say it is a very weird experience. Yeah. That's that's a bit. What I imagine. Maybe to have a small relive struggle to find words like inbetween information. Yeah. Shopping. I was like I haven't left that word. You know, an in between shaft in information. Yeah. On a side note. Anyway. On a site note, Swiss German is basically one of our national languages. I mean, German is one of our national languages, and Swiss German is despu can language in the Swiss German, part of Switzerland. And it's like m- kind of like a dialect from the German from normal German. So Swiss German, that's why I am adding the signal I was wondering how what do you learn their exactly how does a class look like because we don't have really grammar, and we have different rules and every canton ever will age is a bit. This is biff Renzo on its own and so on so. Yep. You. Are you? That's good. Get so you can really will learn one dialects anyhow. So what I'm learning is Bernice Swiss gentler, the right one Ben Duke has say at the class. And what we do is. We learn we listen to different examples of the spike in language, and that might be a short clip from the TV, or it might be a kind of recorded song or recorded dialogue, for example. And you listen to that and trying on stand up first. And then we listen again, but we get to read a transcript at the same time Hooley. Yes. And then we discuss the things that we didn't understand so on. And then they're not another part of the transcript that we then read between us. Yes. So you kind of approaching understanding the language from all different angles. So and with reading in between you your so tried to talk a little bit. Exactly. This is very weird for me because you go in the teachers talking to you in system, and will be very kind of wrong and slowly and extremely exaggerated. That's quite fun. Would be actually quite helpful my talk like this and an English to me. So sure can I can try. But then I he when he first asked me a question is kind of like how to reply to say, I've got no idea what to say. So I said in I I don't really speak German. But I know what should I say at this point is. So that's do quite weird because some people in the cost ready speak. Swiss german. Okay. Let's they know they can pronounce them. Whereas the words the words that I know kind of Io's account pronounce, although I know how they should be pronounced. They sound correct in your head. But you can't really I can't say them super strange anyhow. So he tries to give you different examples teacher and people can then just give one word officers or they can give ho sentence answers. Okay. So somehow kind of works, but he also teach teaches you a little bit of kind of Swiss German grammar or how do I understand out? Why have to imagine that thing? Yeah. Exactly. Is it you have kind of a book or a thing you go after or so what happens is they go through different scenarios. So last week. We took him out being at the post office, for example. Yes, I got to say that in Swiss the don't ask the borscht gonna. And they go through a smallest of vocabulary example words that you might hear when you'll let them and the stamp. Yeah. Exactly, stump. What is stump? And he teaches you the word and system, and then he says what is in German, and he knows what people's mother tongues are as well. Okay. So he'll he might say the word and Swiss German, rainy showing. English. French doesn't doesn't speak Arabic. But yeah, just the ones that he happened. If you don't understand. Yeah. True. And then they go through a little bit of the grammars. Oh because there is actually a grandma of wise. How is the language wouldn't have a structure would it said? There is a way of the words hanging together. There were different verbs or different pronouns. You conjugate the verbs in different ways. How do you think? It's just maybe simpler than German. Okay. And it's also book that guys read the course, which I bought at Arale, fuse, -ly or view, exactly. And it's school Bandou Eilat and land, boo. So bandaged that means Bernese German. Yes. So there would also be from for other Parsons, Switzerland, Swiss German parts, probably another book, I dunno Mark. Can we can link the book may be on our website at school and chips dot com or in our show notes, you'll find it. So exactly. And the interesting thing to say about this book is that it has everything and Swiss German an hijab on beacon also have in Swiss, German and English. Oh, interesting. Also that women to the shop, but I meant for German fashion just to be extra sweaty. So what our listeners might want to know is can you also just learn it with the book. Maybe I think if you're motivated self learner, and you have Swiss German, speaking person that, you know, very, well, you could if you're very might fated. That would now we come to the point. So you have. Personally your life. You have to book. So. That's so much. This is the question that was lost in Facebook group, actually, which is good Switzerland English because if enjoining. Someone placed in that, you know, how come I'm going to us when I could speak Swiss German with eat. Yes. Good question. Enough. And I think the point of that is something that has come into my mind over the past few weeks of the scores. Is this big difference too in passive learning and active learning, I think when I'm listening to you speak or other people speak, that's really passive learning. And I've done quite a lot of that over the past noise listening. So a lot of the words are kind of in my head somewhere. But I don't exactly know what they mean or I wouldn't be able to use them. Or maybe I don't I know your sound of something by the different words in it. And by going to a you really actively trying to find something out learn repeat it remember it. Yes, I think also we have quite often worse that are made or mixed together. And when you say them, it's like it sounds like one work. Like was this loss? What's up, and vases is like two words like Voss? So what is up? And it might sounds like one word to somebody. But when you learn it at close, you might see, oh, it's actually two words, or when you have it in a transcript with written than than you, see and you can use it somewhere else. Is that what you mean? Yeah. That's how I imagine. It definitely. So if you want to learn what me I should make a transcript if of what I'm saying. Now, we. Redo along while speaking. Oh, right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Book like we are thoughts of some random Swiss. Great running. Great. So that's actually quite the big advantage. I think so as well Diaw any other advantages of making a course comparing compared to just learn ached in daily life. Yeah. Well, I think the other thing is that when you start to do a course in Nessie really keep that information to yourself, then it's kind of the starting shot on your Swiss German learning drew off. It's like, you know, I've said to people I work for the I know that I'm learning at now. So people are kind of interested in. Oh, what did you learn? What can you say? Can you understand me now? So the bluest kinda started rolling with that. It's like a commitment of now. It's on. Yeah. Exactly rather than just kind of taking it in and accepting. Maybe I will. Learned already a few things in this two week. So hopefully, you'll learn it also foster what you think. Yeah. That's my hype really them it will enable me to lend it faster. Yeah. And the other interesting thing is, of course, there of people in the class, there's five people entitled my class. And I think I'm probably the worst speaker say far, maybe the others are just keeping quiet when they guns as something. I didn't. But it's nice to hear other people trying to speak as well. You don't feel like such an idiot. You know, you can kind of take a chance and try and say sentence. Yes, never do that in my normal life because it just sounds ridiculous. So far, okay. To say something. No, please. No. I was just a joke. Anyway. Has left the building. So. I imagine when I learned language at school. You usually learn also bit about the culture background. And so on is that the same in your course. Yeah. It is a little bit. Because as I said, they go to different kind of scenarios with the for example at the post office or introducing yourself to be pool. And they explain kind of different things to you that you wouldn't have picked up on before or songs I songs or radio or something. Or do you watch the TV clip? For example. They explain something about haunted houses in Bunn. You watch the TV the TV clip. Okay. S one. Yes. And it was a reports about haunted houses in those German, obviously us. Yeah. Exactly. Or when you're at the post office. They talk about the different kinds of stumps that you can get with this kind of I won't be able to reproduce the sentence. Unfortunately, because it's very complicated. But the kind of names for different types of stamps, foot cigar or something. Yeah. Okay. Do you know what I'm talking about? You've got a blank. Look on your face. Oh, you know, like off post other pet Bush, basically, no like one Frank or. Yeah. But the different kinds of stumps Ican by okay? Used to used to be able to buy exactly that was. So it's good to learn something that you can't use anymore. But you know, this is coach. Yeah. Exactly. It's about a Swiss comedian, he's famous for doing stuff post office Emil who already know about no one else in the closet, and we to him Malinche because he is actually really famous. Yes. Yep. And because of learning from thirty basic level, I found that we're all say herring, a Swiss German kit songs as well that you learned to styled. Yeah. Otherwise, I would never have heard. Okay, now, you could say please sing one. But like to kick us off. Account. You seem on us left. The building. So do you think there are there disadvantages? Would you also say to some people for you? It's better not to do it or well, obviously, it costs money to go. Yeah. And it will cost you some time. Yes. There's an a main disadvantages. I think you could go for a slightly cheaper calls slightly shorter. Michael started in February and we'll run to July once a week at the club Sheila. But that was another course at the banner folk horseshoe enough folks Shula ES, which was about two months long. I think and therefore cheaper. Yes. So you you could have a look around where you are or good pick one that Jan time requirements. We made a show already about where you can learn Swiss German or how to learn who is chairman, and we linked there. I a few places where you can where you can look for yet. So we will linked that also on our website or in the show notes. So once you decided to go to a course is there any specific you didn't say L hurdles was wrong. So are there. Any rocks along the path to avoid? If someone says I would like to make a Swiss German course now, would you? What would you tell that person to look out for? Yeah. I mean, just to bear Barry mind that you're going to learn one LEGO dialect only true, very important on the one hand, I think foreigners took about that. Quite a look say. Whoa. Vallon Bernie style. X doesn't mean I'll be able to understand anyone Zurich. But I mean, also you only speak one dialect as Swiss passes, I only speak one dialect, but I understand most island. Yeah. I mean, I would say I understand probably old dialects some Munger STAN may be not so well, volley certified or some other dialects, but most understand most I liked, and I think if you understand one dialect, you're probably quite good already to understand all of them because you try to listen more carefully. And then I also assume you would pick up more dialect son, even us whispers nine. Know what I mean? Yeah. Because you're listening out for the small variations. So I I use. I think the I'm just. One. Doe dialect is not disadvantage. Oh, no. No. No. That's no reason for a course otas. Yes. Totally. I would even say if you will learn if you started to learn one in Sony, and then you move to burn you can just continue here us. Okay. Personally, that would even be quite Goodman, 'cause he left lent sums Zurich, and then you can lend somebody it's just a new of a mix of everything so doesn't really I think it doesn't really matter. Bernice has to be said it's a bit slower than thirty German. So it's maybe a bit easier to understand I could imagine. Yeah. Star anything else to look out for. You're doing the advance course. Yes. Good. So this was quite a hassle one is trying to figure out which costs today. Yes. Because you can either do begin as course or a slightly advanced or a slightly more. Advanced course, but it was hard to find out. What do you need to be able to do to do it on FOX kids entry test? There's no entry test and this. That's no certified level. Oh, because then you also have an excel really. Yeah. I mean, they're all rows and grandma, but they don't have some kind of exam for this. No exams. So blackout today. Sorry. So you also call make really a certificate or anything. Yeah. That's the other thing. If you want us a ticket, maybe you'll be disappointed. Or maybe they make a special on the cool side. Anyhow, I went for these slightly advanced one so beginner is really Brent union, Switzerland. Advanced is I understand already a tiny bit better. They said, okay and more advanced if is if you want to speak, probably also more, I think so. Yeah, I think the more advanced you got they expect you to be wanting to speak in. So as a summary, you would say go and learn it. Yeah. I think. Obviously there's issue of money and time. But if that's not a problem for you. And you say, yeah, I'm ready to pay for it and spend a little bit. I'm working on it. Then basically you've got nothing to lose. Yeah. It's totally true. I think so as well as really nice if you go for it, and it's kind of an experiment as well. Yeah. Don't I'm really intrigued to see what is it going to be like at the end of July. I've completed it. Okay. I'm looking forward to it. And we will definitely speak about the again. Well, we certainly will. Okay. So the last thing I wanted to say wasn't our one year anniversary. Yes. But cost. Yes. Running for an entire ready. Don't believe it. And then I think it's time for us to say to everyone. Thank you so much for listening. Yes. Indeed. Thank you. So very much for old comments that you've been all everyone who joined our Facebook group, but we have also many who gave us a review on I tunes and some stars. And it's just nice Sam still fun time has played. Yeah. And then also important if you have any questions, send us an Email, Hello shifts dot com. Yeah. That's it think soliciting.

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Joanna Coles: Embrace The Chaos and Cherish Real Life

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Joanna Coles: Embrace The Chaos and Cherish Real Life

"As we close out the summer we're looking back at some of kindred cast's most inspiring moments today. Listen in as joanna coles the inspiration for an executive producer of the hit tv series the bold type details auspicious beginnings in the newspaper business calls. Who was her first ever chief creative officer announced. She is launching gouda later this year a subscription based content platform targeting women in the workplace place to hear the full show checkout episode twenty-three also be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to your podcast that you never miss a new episode when we return stay tuned for joanna i do follow you on social media and i love listening and watching your activities because one of your instagram posts for many of you and scrambles show you running on a treadmill in your office. I want your doing work and your tagline said there is no balance embrace the chaos that your mantra well i think if we try and set particularly women up as we have done seeking balanced then we are doomed to failure. I think you've got four children. The minute you have a child you you know there is no balance there either sleeping sleeping in life exist somewhere in between any kind of good job requires moments of extreme focus in concentration and any family. Life also requires those moments. If somebody's ill or if things aren't going according to plan or you have an in laurie trial trial that's not behaving as expected there are extremes of attention needed and emotion involved so i think setting people up for balance is destined for failure and we have to live out the extremes occasionally and we have to be okay with that and it's more intense. I like the intensity attend st of life. I don't want to be living in some sorts of balanced dull place. I've said this before including on this podcast in other interviews that balance is not a line between two compartments in a circle. It is a kaleidoscope. Everything is mixed in together every day life. Every single day is different and you just have the bob and we even tell you figure it out and optimize scenario well. That's rather eloquently. I'm not entirely sure i understand it but i like the image of a kaleidoscope and i do think think that you literally have to take each day as it comes in media. You have no idea what's going to happen by lunchtime but also you have all the personal stuff to which comes pouring in at certain enzymes and it requires attention yeah well. You start your career as a journalist. I've mentioned in the introduction. Our mutual friend colleague kloss told me in preparation for this interview you that she looks to you as a role model yeah saying that you have reputation for being tenacious and shadow. She loves about you. She doesn't think that you let anything stand in your way. Nothing's impossible which is the motto is sustained by nothing's impossible so when you start as a journalist i mean did you think of yourself as moving moving in a career path that you felt like it was going to be groundbreaking expansionary in nature or did you think i'm just gonna keep moving up the ranks as a journalist or did you think of yourself as a brand unto itself where you could actually start to really craft a new strategy for media well. I started as a journalist on fleet street which has a particular kind of culture one which would not survive very long i think in today's climate and you would walk out of the offices of the daily telegraph and on your left with some pool so you've got on your left and then you have the high courts of london on your rights who sandwich somewhere between gordon limbaugh and there was journalism in the middle of it and all i wanted to do is get the story and i love collies description of mir's tenacious. I will tell you very early on in my career. I kicked open tweet it door to talk to a girl who had i've been just released from the high court. She was pursued by a pack of reporters. I was the only female reporter and of course she went to the station to go home. And what did she do houston what everybody does when they go to the station she went to the bathroom and i leapt over a much more active than despite my treadmill i managed volt over the thing to get into the bathroom kicked open the door. The pogo was in mid pay on. I couldn't think of the right question to ask. All i knew was that i had five minutes with her. Which none of the male reporters outside the bathroom door could have and i realized in that moment i never wanted to kick open the bathroom door again and i really needed to get my questions in advance and probably wasn't worth but what was exciting podcast exist back then ferry focused in exist then 'cause you would've been with me but what i did learn was that i could get it done if i needed to. That was quite a useful moment of self understanding understanding quite sure your question most but i hope that sort of aunt had told me about you well. I didn't do it again. I would just like to point out. She wasn't very interesting girl. Unfortunately well you really the trump through walls and other ways well. I've tried occasionally. Sometimes i've just slid down the wall to adjoining. You've been a great advocate for women's issues and women's rights and women's empowerment around the world and it's been a passion for your career the only woman on the it's now board for example. How has that affected your career. How's that playing out today for you. In terms of being a real role model for women in the workplace well first of all. I never think of myself i self a role model and secondly i wasn't actively determinedly going after women's rights so much as just equality i mean just seem to me clear clear when i was going into the workforce i should be paid the same as the man and the cubicle next to me and as he was unbelievably brilliant and working three times as hard in which case you you'll be able to see his work and in my business. We were quite a transparent business so if if someone is trying to bullshit you can say yeah but i see what you write every day. It's not really as good as he say. I'm just a passionate believer in equality of opportunity and equality in pay and men and women working together and i've had great mentors both male and i'm female and actually one of the role models that i do think i've helped create which i'm very proud of is the role model in the bowl type because one of migrate anxieties was that apart from mary tyler moore growing up for me. There were no female role models on television. There are almost none now and i love to point to the example of modern family which is such a self regarding title. I love that show. I think it's absolutely brilliant. It's not very modern. The anything that's more than about it is that it has a gay couple at the center of it. Actually it took them forever to find to working woman on it and claire ends up inheriting her father's business which is actually not what most people end up doing and she's still the ditsy boss who can ever get things done by intention. It's almost any success is by accident and it drives me crazy that there are more good representations of working women on television so with the bowl type which was based around experience of three rian women working at cosmo. It's fictional but there is a central character played by manure harden who is a role model boss and she can be annoying. Thanks she can make mistakes. She can be all sorts of things but essentially she feels real and the point of her. She's not the trope or the cliche bitch boss she's that she's very supportive of a younger staff which is certainly what i tried to be but more importantly it was actually my experience working in in both fleet street and then coming to work in the media world to new york. I had tremendous help from women who had really had to battle and were desperate to bring women up so this idea that women don't reach down and help the women was not my experience and i didn't want that reflected on television. I wanted to really strong role model and you said in the intro intro the show launched on free form last summer was a runaway hit up. We've got a great reputation and great ratings and critical acclaim about as well yeah and it's funny. It doesn't don't take itself too seriously. It's very realistic. A lot of it's based on i mean i keep journals and sort of dumped my journals onto the pool writers in the writer's room. Let's talk about your new book not that we are talking about creativity. Love rules. Yes a real relationship in the digital world. What was your inspiration and writing it and and what is love hacks that you referenced in the book and why is it important well love is important because it's the single biggest indicator of whether or not you will live long and happy happy. Life is who you love and who loves you back and the quality of your real human relationships dna and genetics aside having social relationships with loving them mm-hmm is unbelievably important to your wellbeing so that's why it's important and what became clear to me when i was watching people using social media to meet people and watching the avalanche avalanche of dating apps which i think are very good thing and this is not in any way a rage against digital a tool but it is a reminder of the importance the real life relationships and how they can get squandered by people's excitement around digital and we live at time when we are encouraged to get followers and facebook friends and we begin to think that they are a substitute for the real thing and they're really not and of course the more you use and the more you connect with people on line the moyo neural pathways gravitate towards that making real life connection actually quite hard and a lot of millennials we know has anyone who's running millennial workforce snow's they would rather email someone in the next cubicle and get up and go talk to them. They would rather put needles of heroin in that is then pick up a telephone and actually speak it to someone at the other end of it and it's a real problem. It's a problem businesses problem in romantic relationships is a problem in family relationships so the book is really about that and one of the things i found fascinating was how many dates people were going on. It's easy to find a date. It's never been easier to go on a date and yet. It seems really hard to find love. There is an epidemic of loneliness. The british government has just appointed a minister for loneliness which seems an extraordinary statement and so really it's a man or woman. It's a woman also interestingly the minister for sport and i was struck by how especially when people were meeting online on dating apps there might have two hundred didn't fifty tax doors thousand text back and forth about setting up a date and then you go on the date often full of excitement and hope and of course if you just picked up the phone talk to them for three minutes he figured out whether or not this with someone you actually really wanted to waste the time meeting and so it's really fifteen rules to find a relationship that brings you fulfillment and that you can contribute to bring fulfillment someone else figured out personally <hes> well every day's challenge. Every day is a challenge. Let me put it this way. I have to use teenage sons who sometimes speaks me not always depends on the mood. I'm and i'm still married. That's good so well one day at a time. Do you do seem like you have passion for life. In general i mean i think giving advice on love makes sense because in my time that i've known you you love the time we live in right now. You are exhilerated by the moment you have new projects all the time that we're talking about and and it's a great moment for life for journalism for media for technology for brands for relationships for the millennials in the future i mean maybe that's an optimistic summation of all but it does feel like you're in your moment right now. I'm energized by what's going on right now and i think that we just don't want to forget that actually real relationships actual conversations having dinner with friends really important and there is no digital substitute for that i mean it's fantastic top video chats with your friends when they but not in the room with you. I love all that but there is no substitute for sitting down with someone at the end of the day. I hope you enjoyed our show show today. If you want to check out any prior episodes you can find us on apple podcasts spotify or wherever you listen feel free to leave a review there as it helps people find the xiao you can also follow us on instagram twitter and facebook at kindred cast for behind the scenes photos and info keep listening and see you next time the creation.

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