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"kt studios" Discussed on Happy Face
"Listen to the doctor again. Podcast a production of kt studios in iheartradio every monday. On the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. You may be wondering why doctors community medical center added luminous health too ornate. It's because we're on a mission to give you an our community even more of the healthcare. They you deserve. That's why we joined. Anne arundel medical center to create a broader health system that is luminous health now delivering you and your family access to more locations services and specialty care. Get ready for a bright future. With luminous health doctors community medical center go to luminous helped dot org to learn more. You may be wondering why doctors community medical center added luminous health too ornate. It's because we're on a mission to give you and our community even more of the healthcare. They you deserve. That's why we joined. Anne arundel medical center to create a broader health system that is luminous health now delivering you and your family access to more locations services and specialty care. Get ready for a bright future. With luminous health doctors community medical center go to luminous helped dot org to learn more in a rapidly changing world. People wonder more and more about where their food comes from and how it was grown. The farmers who grow america's corn understand. How important this is and share the stories from our farms of how we are working to grow an incredible crop that can be an answer to sustainability questions and his grown by men and women who value the air water soil and our natural resources. Just like you to find out more about how corn farmers are working to feed and fuel a vibrant economy and healthy planet visit. Nca dot com nc g a commitment to the future..
"kt studios" Discussed on podnews
"The latest from our daily newsletter appalled news dot net thirty one percent of consumer media. Consumption is now audio but only nine percent of the average media. Advertising budget is allocated their that's according to new research from w. asc and iheartmedia twenty five percent of advertisers. Don't invest in audio at all. According to the data you'll find it linked for show notes and our newsletter. Today marketer suggests that spotify will overtake apple. Podcasts in the us this year in terms of total audience the data sourced from emarketer. We've no real understanding of where that tastes from. Oh how it's gathered but in terms of total global downloads. Buzz brown's figures for august suggests. It's already happened. Spotify on thirty two percent apple podcasts. On twenty seven percent. Lipson however says august's figures show apple at sixty percent and spotify just fifteen. Our analysis in may suggests that both companies figures are incorrect. And you all podcasts. Are different last friday. This podcast had just over two thousand four hundred downloads. Thank you. We saw three hundred and thirty apple podcasts. And according to the spotify dashboard just thirty on spotify. Podcasting in africa is growing all over the continent and africa. Hard fast is launching. A discovery tour around african podcasting hubs the virtual tour. Kicks off with zambia. on september twenty-ninth. It's free with another three countries to come later in the year. Spotify is highlighted there. France podcasts slaves. For course at three twenty one. There are thirteen upcoming podcasts. And what spotify calls the country's first video podcast really amazed media labs has expanded its sports podcast network division. The pigskin podcast network is all about football and the basketball podcast network is all about basketball sirius. Xm has launched a marvel channel on apple podcast subscriptions page shows including a spanish language version of wolverine a documentary series and new titles. The ambae's are open for entry. There are two new categories. Best podcast for kids have a new category for best indie podcast. You've until early december to enter and the es the audio engineering society has released its recommendation for podcast loudness levels for speech the paper recommends minus eighteen laughs which is quieter than what apple spotify all. Google recommend. An import cost news. Margins of error is new from cnn discovering the statistical stories that are hidden under the radar the first episode focuses on the paranormal more than four times. The amount of americans believe in ghosts and did in the nineteen seventies. the doty gang launched earlier this week. It's part of a new true crime slate from iheartmedia and kt's studio and talking about true crime badlands. Sports lands launches today taking a deep dive into the most sensational true crime stories. In the world of sports mike tyson oscar pistorius evil knievel and oj. Simpson just some of the athletes who will be covered. It's hosted by jake. Brennan han available to binge on amazon music. Getting back there from here is a new audio fiction series from writer and director neil cargill and how we survive has just been announced looking at the technology that could provide some of the solutions to the climate crisis. The first season looks at lithium. And why are survival. Might depend on it is hosted by molly would and that's the latest from unused and i said true links were produced on next..
"kt studios" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"Episode crime and media. I'm courtney armstrong television producer at kt studios with jeff. Shane and stephanie lie. Ducker ceo and founder of kt studios and producer of the pike and massacre over. The course of the last decade. True crime has exploded as the go-to genre across media platforms and telling the story of the rodent family in their murders. We've often asked ourselves. Why are we as creators of the series so interested in the story. And why are you the listener so fascinated by it so we gathered a group of experts to explore these questions and ask ourselves. Is it a crime to love true crime. The true crime podcast audiences seventy five percent women. That's kind of an astounding stat right. Well i think as we are more socialized to know that the world could be dangerous in us a place. That's dr heidi horsely. She's a psychologist specializing in grief. Counseling and his co founder of the open to hope foundation or constantly looking at our bass being very aware of our surroundings nothing in allies at night. you know. we're very very aware that we be victim us. So i think that and i also think women are very social we. We're very connected. One understand other people. I think we tend to be very people oriented earned maybe in family oriented. Nothing arch but often slim our remorse. And maybe that harbors. Well like protecting our pack. It's an interesting thing. Because i hadn't realized the true crime audience was quite as skewed towards women as it is and i'm certainly a watcher also and i think it allows us to feel to. You know we see something that's like love based or brings us laugh films. Get to make us feel things that maybe we don't necessarily want to feel jeff as a man. What do you think about that. It's definitely a different experience. Being a man like i don't have to look over my shoulder in the same way. After a certain age. I think for most men. You're not prone to being a victim. And i can walk through a parking lot without fear which i think is a privilege that i have not fully appreciate until working with courtney and stuff on crime projects so being aware of that privilege i think is has been eye opening and i think putting myself in your shoes in listening to a podcast i would like. Oh yeah that's a red flag. You could see how a toxic relationship between jake and hannah or however you describe it. What can you learn from that. It's way easy to spot things in other people's lives in our own to you know so there is a real tool from that we can look at anybody and say oh. I see the red flag bear and is that bad from psychological even for listeners. Who are listening to this driving on their way to work or you know doing whatever it is we do when we hear a podcast is it because we are desperate to hear other people's bad stuff because our lives feel better. I don't think so. I think it's people are desperate. Hear really extreme tales because it helps us categorize things in our own life and maybe look out for things differently because when you're in the thick of it it's really hard to see out of trouble. Sometimes we don't spotted as cleanly in our own lives journalists. Chris graves covered the road. Murders for the cincinnati inquirer. She was in pike county just days after the roads were murdered. Twenty sixteen her reporting was important and giving a voice to the victims families in the early days of the investigation. Chris gave us her frank assessment on the rise and true crime content. You know this will sound Sound really really basic. But i think you you start from a place. If this were me how would i want to be treated. We have to rise above the tiny story that just hurts people. You know the showing up in jamming the microphone in somebody's face. And how do you feel. And i mean if i were going to be completely candid. I think constantly thinking you know is it information or is it entertainment. We have to figure out a way to move beyond that salacious entertainment. Whatever there are fascinating deep stories to be told and lord only knows. This story has so many elements of storytelling. But there's a way in which you can tell it with. I hope i hope. Without taking advantage of people you know we did go to pike county and you know to your point knocked on doors without a microphone without a camera for all the obvious reasons and it is. It's it's hard on the heart. We do try to be thoughtful knowing that that would be really difficult if it were my door that somebody was knocking on. But i don't know. I don't know what the answer is there. If nobody hears it then also we're not doing our job either new say entertainment. We have a standoff in that. Because i don't really see it as entertainment. I also think bigness is sometimes. We're in the emotion business right. It's almost like a shout from the rooftop of here. This see this this happened. This is a time stamp on something. And what's the balance of that. How do you balance being respectful of people's lives and also people want to know every detail of the story. How do you balance that in terms of making it respectful to what happened but also allowing people to consume it. And take that in. Yeah that's a good question. i think you try to. You know while using finding fact. I think you also tried to approach people with compassion and empathy. Focus on the person's life. You know be accurate. There's nothing worse than getting stuff wrong especially with someone who doesn't have a voice anymore. Avoid gory details. Just because the ori do they need to see that. will it. cause unnecessary harm to people. Will i re victimize people but the gory details to some extent is what differentiates one thing from another in the spirit of making sure that people are being emotionally charged and mad as hell. Is that wrong. It is extraordinarily a gory case. There were three children. Left alive live at the scene and very hideous circumstances. Imagine a four day old being in her mother's arms while she's shot two times in the face right. We know that is disgusting. But some of this is shocking. And if you don't feel shock then you don't hear the story. How much is too much in terms of sharing an over sharing the gory. So i think my point in saying that is being careful that we don't just report for lurid curiosity. Some of that is also making sure that. Hold the power in the interview and again. I'm not talking about politicians but those who get thrust into this horror through no fault of their own and they deserve that power and that voice. And i see myself just sort of as a conduit you know i'm an ear and macondo at and i tried to share a story hopefully in an empathetic compassionate way But.
"kt studios" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"Jody bars reporting helped raise awareness about curtis and jennifer's murders. The police were seemingly unable to make any progress still today. No one's been arrested. Kirk james family have no more answers today than they had. When we rolled out of pike county for the last time and aired the the final broadcast into this case from your extensive investigation seems as though investigators know what might have happened to curtis and jennifer and who may have done it. Why do you think there has been an arrest. That's my question. I don't know why there hasn't been an arrest. I don't know the investigators just didn't have enough. I don't know what else was needed to finish investigation. You've got people in these statements telling stories that you fill out what happened when you know the people who were adelphi in these statements as having gone to this murder seeing committed these crimes. It came back home. So i don't know why. Or what or where. Investigators art at this point in time. This is where fifteen years down the road. No arrests so as far as families concern and i talked to them regularly still today i mean they they feel like this is a miscarriage of not even justice. They didn't get that far. It's just an incomplete investigation. You just hope one day you'll be able to finish the story because at this point two people are dead in. It appears that whoever did this is you know gotten away with murder but that won't be the case fangio. Montgomerie has anything to do with it. You're still on this mission to get answers to get justice and also to make sure that it doesn't happen to another family right. I got my kids up. Were they were a little bit. I had a little bit of time on my hands. So i started going full force with getting hopper case out into the public. Speaking i went to the prosecutor spoke with him a few times. I went to the sheriff's we had an interim sheriff. When mr reader got suspended we're told just helps coming and it never does and i noticed that it's always when i get really rowdy. Squeaky wheel gets the most grief. When i start squeaking. I'll get a phone call. Hey just hang on. I'm going to figure out and nothing happens in. We're tired of it. That's like the most emotional about is just feeling like nobody cares. And i can't imagine what curtains anyth- mom their mothers feel like. That's another thing that puts the fire under by ass. It's never it's not going to bring them back. You'll always have a hole in your heart from that. But i would love to see someone get arrested for curtis in jennifer's murder and get prosecuted and that we get justice more information and the case relevant photos. Follow us on instagram at. Kt underscores studios next week will be bringing you the season finale where full panel of contributors will answer listener questions. So please write us with anything you wanna know this week. Is your last chance to get the questions. In the piped-in massacre returned by county is executive produced by stephanie. Lie decker and me. Courtney armstrong editing and sound design by executive producer. Jared aston additional producing by jeff. Shane andrew becker and chris graves. The pike massacre returned to pay. County is a production of iheartradio and kt studios for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows do you wonder where your food comes from more. And more people to america's corn farmers work hard every day to grow a crop that you can be proud to serve your family. And they're doing it with an eye toward sustainability caring for water air soil and resources that fuel healthy families and more sustainable products. Take a look to find out how farmers in rural america work to make life better for all of us from cities to their rural communities learn more at nc g. dot com in cg a a commitment to the future in a rapidly changing world. People wonder more and more about where their food comes from. And how it was grown farmers who grow america's corn understand how important this is and want to share the stories from our farms of how we are working to grow an incredible crop that can be an answer to sustainability questions and has grown by men and women who value the air water soil and our natural resources just like you to find out more about how corn farmers are working to feed and fuel a vibrant economy and healthy planet visit. Nca dot com a commitment to the future..
"kt studios" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"kt studios" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"This young woman. Who's become hysterical side of a nun and he starts asking her why and she. In his words persistently described witnessing the savage bloody beating of a little girl at the orphanage she was set to this girl eventually disappeared and she believed the girl had been killed and buried in a mass grave after being beaten to death by the nuns from the irish times quote by chance. My friend mavis also journalists. This is the other journalists in this team. Had a young woman from the same place living with her waiting for the birth of a baby at sixteen like all the girls she'd been sent away to work as a domestic utterly ignorant of the world and vulnerable to mail predation. She told me this about horrifying cruelty and deprivation at this institution by then closed. It was often described as one of the good schools. Gradually we discovered the context that ireland had been infested with these places all run by religious orders. We learned that some still existed and that they operated with state funding through the department of education under the nineteen eight acts regulations. There were designed to protect feed clothe and educate children in state care so these two journalists set out to investigate the scoop of what was going on in these facilities. They made requests to the department of education to find examples of children's diet plans and punishments. That had been recorded because the nineteen hundred shell protected law had mandated. You have to if you're running one of these facilities you have to document what you're feeding these kids and you have to document how you're punishing them so we know if you're violating human rights or not so they go to the department of education and they go with these facilities heard stories from and say what were these kids being fed. How were they being punished. The documentation is legally required to exist. And the department of education's like oh. I'm sorry there's available documentation which as a journalist so these journalists who are great journalists. Ask next for records of children's sent out to work from the age of ten on. They were told that these reports did not exist. There were asked by what process it was decided that girls would be sent to labor in the magdalen laundries. There were told by a representative of the department of education. We'd better not delve into that terrain. So i also feel like yeah. I mean i guess. The nazis kept panic records but like they did try to burn them all. But yeah but i'm just saying like overall. We shouldn't really expect the perpetrator to have great like record of their crimes. I mean sometimes but generally when they know shits about to like hit the fan. They're like bitter. Make sure this doesn't exist so it's kind of fun when people just like turn to a bad people and they're like hey could you give us evidence of you being bad and no sorry. Somehow that evidence is gone. It's like well. Yeah yeah yeah. So the government stonewalling force these women to dig and they uncovered a bunch of horrifying shit including the fact that in nineteen forty. Three thirty five children had died in a fire at an industrial school in cavin now they found transcripts from an inquiry into the fire that showed the government closing ranks to protect the nuns over and over again. They found a quote absence of accountability and casual lawbreaking at these facilities. They got documentary evidence of the late minister of education. Brian lenihan concurring with a reverend mothers demand. That a girl illegally imprisoned in an institution so again the government is entirely complicit in this these reporters started working on a book about their findings and they were heavily discouraged by basically everyone they knew. Here's a quote from them describing the reaction they got for most people. It'll upset the good sisters. What's the point. Everything's different now so again again. It was the eighties when the hasbro company was using these women's labor so they're book was published in nineteen eighty. Five it was simpson's quote about the germans. Where like they've made some mistakes racers. Actually that you know what else has. Erasers can't promise that. yeah probably these goods and services. Don't need a racers. These goods and services. I will say at least a seventy percent chance were not complicit in covering up crimes against humanity. That's the behind the bastards guarantee gaurantee bub-bubba by then all right products christmas night. Nineteen eighty at. Raf bent waters in airmen on patrol sees something descend from the sky and into the forest outside the base. Oranges readies cowering in the forest and a white like three men enter the forest to investigate what they think must be a plane crash but it's not a plane crash. It's something very different. This season on stranger rivals. The rental jim forest incident one of the most famous ufo sightings in history sometimes described as britain's roswell really will can you server barroso lien said. There's an awful say about rental. Shon hasn't being said fine. Stranger rivals on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and learn more at grim in mild dot com to local families at the center of the most notorious crime in ohio's history eight people dead all from the same family. She calculated planned out. This was cold core family that kills together. This was overkill now. On the five year anniversary of the pike and massacre and in the middle of production on this podcast breaking news right now a shocking confession. None of us were expecting wish hitter chelsea your jake wagner the youngest son pleads guilty in exchange. He avoids the death penalty. We're tracking the case in real time as new developments unfold every day for the killers to be and what will it mean for. Pike county the smaller. The town in favor of you'll save more. This is the pike massacre listened to the pike massacre returned to pay county of production of kt studios every wednesday on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. We're back having a great time. So these reporters published their book in nineteen eighty-five. It is poorly reviewed slammed by. Everyone is an unfair in unhinged attack on the noble nuns and priests doing difficult work. We of course now know that every word of it was true. And it's probably worth drawing. The line between how this book gets slammed by people and what happens to sonate o'connor when she tears. If a picture of the pope on saturday night live She's just universally attacked by fucking everybody for being just an idiot and like oh. You're she's just a crazy woman. Who's being disrespectful to this. Wonderful institution. These good holy men and now we know that every single pope who's ever been the pope has been complicit openly complicit in covering up the mass rape and murder of children every single one of them not one excluded incurred including the pope's you like fuck them all fucked the pope is is the motto of the by the bastard show that guy in saint petersburg who shot john. Paul the second not on the wrong side of things. that's my stance on shooting john. Paul the second..
"kt studios" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"But if tae was on this team or or you know one of the great players he i think would be your jason tatum. One or two. This is very difficult. This one this one. I struggle with. I think i may be wrong. I have him as a two. And i'm not sure i'm right on this bill. Simmons could come on. I'll give bill simmons. The florida argue. He is he is talented. I'm not disputing course. He offensively he does a lot of things. A one does but they lost in five games to the nets. They weren't overly competitive. Here's where i struggle. He was very good in the fourth. I may revisit this. I may regret this. I think he i feel how this also best to in the league. He's the single noises. Second best to go get the best too late. Having to is not an insult. No he's the second best to in the league is bradley beal one or two. He's two and i'll tell you why and i like bradley beal. But the fact that he is not forced his way out of washington tells me his mentality is. He's happy making money in scoring points. Ones lebron stay. There durant wouldn't stay there. I don't think steph curry would stay there if you're staying with that organization that's telling me i'm satisfied where i'm at donovan mitchell. I think he's a one. I think he defends. I think he plays hard. I think he'll demands a lot from his teammates. He's he's okay making rudy gobert mad. I like his mentality a won crystal. He's a one not a huge score. Who does booker to late in the huddle who does booker defer to who does this team defer to a minute and a half to go. That's a once not all scoring. The team defers to him. Booker defers to him. In big moments in the huddle on the floor on the defensive end with the ball so that makes seven booker. A to devon still. Get away to go. He's got to improve his passing. He's got to improve his defense. The clippers went right after him. He's a great to. He's not as good as tatum. Jason tatum is a better player right now than booker. By a little bit. How about yoke. it's one or two. He's a one he first of all plays every game. Plays hard scores makes everybody better best passing big in the league. He's on koa. Leonard the best to in the game. I'm sorry it's the best to jason tatum. Second best to. I cannot depend on him physically. I cannot depend on him emotionally. He's hurt. Nobody knows what it is. It's too weird to me. I can't build my franchise around him. Paul george very good to for obvious reasons. He has struggled in a lot of big clutch situations. But he's a good to got a bunch of others but we ran in. That segment is so good. We have a lot more short changed it tomorrow. We another show tomorrow. Yeah nothing like getting the segments. Done the day before you know. I'm lazy enough all right good stuff. Everybody we will see you tomorrow. Speak for your soul biz. coming up next. Get more out of summer with savings on appliances to simplify and streamline during the home depot's fourth of july savings your laundry room and up big savings in store and online our top appliances like lg high efficiency. Top load washer and dryer. Right now you'll save a bundle celebrate summer with fourth of july saving at the home depot. How'd doers get more done. Us only last free delivery on purchases of three hundred ninety six dollars or more to local families at the center of the most notorious crime in ohio's history eight people dead all from the same family. She calculated planned out. Chris was cold core now on the five year anniversary of the massacre in the middle of production on this podcast breaking news right now. A shocking confession. None of us were expecting you. Wish to get her and listen to. The pectin massacre returned to pay county a production of kt studios every wednesday on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..
"kt studios" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"Him. Abors in it to michael ryan's name his cell phone number. I had all this remains that really impacted our area a lot of closure to these families who are told nothing by our local officials are local for this is the pike and massacre returned to pike county season. Two episode seven twenty five miles south. I'm courtney armstrong a television producer at kt studios with stephanie. Lie decker and jeff. Shane in episode five of this season. We explored the allegations of corruption and the subsequent arrest of pike county. Sheriff charlie reader but his story is just one of many that has illuminated alleged abuses of power perpetrated by those involved in southern. Ohio's criminal justice system so in this episode. We wanna focus on another case that has long affected a community. Just twenty five miles south of piked in in a town called portsmouth. Ohio in two thousand fifteen reporter named nicky blankenship began investigating rumors of human trafficking in the town like many small ohio. Town's portsmouth has a long rich history of industrial might preceding an era of rapid urban decay. Here's james pilcher. Reporter for local twelve news and cincinnati. Speaking with our producer. Chris graves the county seat of kyoto. County which right below pike county. So it's about thirty to forty five minutes out. The pike portsmouth has this. Rust belt burned out industrial field. There are half empty to empty factories in the middle of the city at one point. Us shoe had biggest plant there. And then obviously you know the global economy and we all know what happened to manufacturing in the mid west it still has a small profitable steel mill. Downtown it's barely hanging on. So kyle a city that was forgotten when the manufacturing industry began to disappear. Portsmouth was besieged by the drug trade nikki. Blankenship grew up in the area and saw the devastation firsthand. Your areas been really hit by the opiate crisis right. Yeah we call ourselves. Ground zero for the opioid epidemic. I've lived in ohio. Since nineteen eighty-four insider counties. Yeah lived here my whole life. I remember in highschool people around me. They would start out with small pain pills and oxycontin hit and it was no longer recreational drug use. That people were doing that parties. You're seeing people become addicted very very very quickly in two thousand eight. Nikki started writing about the issue for a local newspaper. I started out covering the drug epidemic. I was the first in the area to do stories on oxycontin looking at overdose rates in the area and started asking those questions from the coroner's office. About how many of these deaths that we're seeing are connected to opiate use and then started looking into komo's and we ended up shutting down over twenty three helmets inside a county nikki's reporting helps at a late on the areas drug problem but other elicit industries sprung up around it. Nikki was there to cover it all and twenty thirteen. I did a series that ran for months on prostitution and i was walking the streets with these growth. I also talked to you like parents of one then that we're working on the streets and talk to officers about the problem and local businesses about how it affected It was interesting. Because when i was doing these stories i started seeing a lot of names. Come up from these girls. The one mentioned most often was michael. Moran michael moran. He's in his mid seventies long-time defense attorney. You know the you is drug offenses those kinds of things yet. His own firm in portsmouth and at one point in the late two thousands got himself appointed as a city. Councilman of portsmouth is a very public person. So if there was a red cross danquah or something covering he would be there. So he's he's been around my whole career pretty much now. Rumors had been circulating about mike moran for years they stories about him being involved in prostitution prostitution god way back to the seventies. A lot of those stories are just about him. Hiring grows stance and Apple local parties and poker gangs. It was a secret the everyone choked about but no one really talked about and it was pretty common knowledge. I think. I mentioned like a red cross bank. I had to cover once. He was air with a girl known to be arrested for prostitution known to be arrested for drug abuse and she was there you could tell that. She was under the influence her behavior. She being very loud. I'm on a cell phone with this. And speaking very appropriately for the study and like just laughing with her at westerly councilman at the time. Actually wendover towards me jokingly elbow me in the side than said. There's mike at one of his girls. It's just always been known as nikki began exploring maran's ties to the local sex trade. The story grew much darker. I was interviewing some people who were in an inpatient treatment facility. And i found out that one of the women over the program was involved with a human trafficking program and so i started talking with her about human trafficking and she said that when women are arrested eleazar major moran has been going to see them in jail and charges and exchange floor doing sexual favors for him and working in prostitution nikki. Further explain the allegations levelled against moran by area. Women that the crux of what he does is. He offers his legal services to get these women out of jail and then put some under his employee. Yes he gets women out of gel and basically gets into his clutches. Our stories are the people are hired as dog walkers or as cleaners and and said are actually working in prostitution. An affidavit filed by the. Da would later support these accounts. James explained that this method of manipulation marks the distinction between prostitution and human trafficking from people will say oh well these women knew what they were doing. They were just trying to make money. These women were prostitutes. Well if you talk to the experts it went one step beyond that. It went into trafficking because some of those allegations moran was holding over them the fact that they were drug addicts even he would withhold their money or withhold. Their money wherewithal to get drunk so the statute says if you withhold or threatened to withhold money that women need for drugs or withhold. The drugs trafficking. 'cause it's coercion anytime you can prove coercion. It's traffic both in ohio law in federal. 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So we'll get that big on arco what somebody will cuddle here on the ground in the studio for an hour on the show. You just went from thirty minutes to an hour individual me not to local families at the center of the most notorious crime in ohio's history eight people dead all from the same family calculated slander. This was cold cold toward a family that kills together. This was overkill now on the five year anniversary of the massacre and in the middle of production on this podcast breaking news right now. A shocking confession. None of us were expecting you wish hitter. You're on jake wagner the youngest son pleads guilty in exchange. He avoids the death penalty to we're tracking the case in real time as new developments unfold for the killers to be. And what will it mean for. Pike county is the smaller. The town they safer. This is the pike and massacre. Listen to the pectin massacre returned to pay county of production of kt studios every wednesday on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. There was a story about a guy. Walgreens who goes in the trash bag and he fills it with a bunch of stuff he wants to steal and then he just it in san francisco and rides off on a bike with a bunch of stolen stuff from walgreen's and everybody let them do it even the security. Let them do it would you. Don't stop steeler. Apparently yeah is there are so many rules now out. If some has got something you just gotta let them go which i guess is different than what it used to be back in the day because i was talking to scuba steve who used to work as a security guard and in loss prevention and he was like man i used to do all the time scuba. Where did you do security work. In loss prevention many different places but my main spot was abercrombie and fitch right there in the hardest san francisco. So what was your job as security in abercrombie so my job was to a few different things one by the exit door to you. Know basically greet people and kind of give them that fear of steel. I'm here and if someone leaves the store it's my job to follow them if they have product their merchandise. You're supposed to leave you. Were chasing them out of the store. Yes i mean you. You weren't supposed to but we did it anyways just for the thrill and because of your stealing screw you bring back the product when you hear the story about the guy who goes into walgreens and it says here. Walgreens employees are taught not to confront shoppers are shoplifters how does that make you feel as a former loss prevention guy. That's pretty lame. I mean even if it is the rule in the law. I feel like inside you as a person. You should try to stop that per. I mean they're in your store. That's your private establishment. You should stop that person. Did you ever have to go after anyone. Oh yeah a few times one. In particular we had this group of people that would come through. They call them skittles because they'd be wearing a bunch of stolen merchandise. That was different colors like the skittles rainbow and they came through. We knew they were coming like okay. Here they are we see. They got the bags line with tinfoil. They weren't known to beat thieves. Yes there were no a bunch of different spots in the area so there was like an ap alec uvc be aware shoplifters. Let's the foil dude. The alarm it kind of stops the alarm that way they can get out undetected. We knew steve just share with everybody that so they put on their bags. Yes i saw it. I immediately saw glistening in the sign as they came through shining. I knew okay here. They are and i saw the different sweatshirts. These are the skill bandits. My blood pressure went up. I was so nervous. I knew this was the moment that they came to our store so that they were shop in looking around and all of a sudden i see one girl. Just swipe one of the tables and put like fifteen different abercrombie sweatshirts into a bag and then kind of like a signal and started going for the door that i was standing at so radio. You know the the person in the booth had a radio as the security guy at abercrombie. Oh yeah did you have to have your shirt off. Because i always have their shirt off like yeah. That wasn't you right no i. I didn't do my shirt off clothing. But and so i saw was happening so radio. The girl in the in the booth with the cameras a hey start recording. They're about to leave about to leave. And what you're supposed to do is confront them and stop them before they exit the store. I did that. They weren't having it. They started a book. Three of these girls started running. And i was like well. I'm gonna go for it. So i run out there and market street if anyone's listening familiar with that it's a very populated. Tourist area jumped right out there and market street and then one of the girls started to get away and so i just kind of let her like i was sliding into first base and i got her and tackled her and then i got her friend with my right arm and i pulled him to the ground radio the other girl and she was like right behind me with backup. Backup steve down down. Down the skittles. Yes i got two of the three skittles and and so the other comment arrest them and then we brought him and wait for the cops show up and they got arrested and you never got in trouble. Never got in trouble. do they. Commend you not in getting award or key to the city or anything. I should have got it. But but yeah was it was a big capture. They didn't fire you that i didn't get fired. No i ended up leaving eventually to go back in a radio But yeah it was a big day. Did it feel awesome as you're driving and you make contact and grab them as a kid always want to be in the fbi. Yes this is my moment. This was this was absolutely amazing. Did the merchant get back like they didn't get away with anything or was the one girl who got away which she the one with the merch. No i got a lot of the merge because they also put some stuff in their in their actual clothing so we got a lot of that merchandise back. Dang i bet. Newspaper headline the next day was skittles bandits apprehended soon. Steve fist in the air. Well since you never heard it from.
"kt studios" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"Welcome to the massacre a production of iheartradio and katie studios. A lot of what i do is i can tiptoe into people's tragedy but i get to pull my toes out as opposed to the families who their entire lives. Are you know shattered. And in some cases destroyed and decimated which certainly happened in this case but as the story unfolded as we started piecing together things and talking with family members and law enforcement and people in the community became clear to me. I guess this a special place. This is the perfect massacre returned. Pike county season two episode six. The victims need a voice. I'm cording armstrong a television producer. Kt studios with stephanie decker. And jeff shane the day. That eight members of the rodent family were found murdered. Journalists chris graves began covering the story for the cincinnati enquirer. Her insight is crucial as she spoke with members of the victims families. The rodents manley's gillies in the immediate aftermath of the killings. She's the only journalist to conduct an exclusive interview with the wagner family. Just weeks after the rodents were found dead grave sat down with jake wagner who has now pled guilty and has accused mother angela. We finally got chris graves to sit down for an interview after many tries. She speaking out now because she feels it's imperative that the victims have a voice in this story. This is highly significant due to the current gag. orders here. She is speaking to our producer. Also named chris graves. When did you. First hear about the road murders. So i i heard about the crime the friday and which it broke. I saw a tweet. As i recall in the first news of this was there were people dead in pike county and that the police were beginning to investigate so my news instincts kicked him. And then i texted our editors and said this is our story. This is what i was thinking. Multiple people found dead in more than one location along. Union hill road in piked. In this morning. I two pm. Investigators say they found eight people dead seven adult victims and a sixteen year old boy all from the rodent family shooter or shooters out there somewhere. No one is in custody right now. Whoever they are They were trying to possibly wipe out this entire family. I was trying to get somebody. Who's on the ground. Who has is who can help you as a reporter because when stories like this begin to unfold. There's just so much you don't know you don't know anything. There was a church right across from union hill road and i managed to get reverend fill on the phone and i just started interviewing him and during the course of that conversation i could hear the reverend fulton talking with what appeared to be a family member who turned out to be leonard manley. Leonard is the father of dana manley road and also the grandfather of cana. Roden chris junior and l. advocates. So i asked him if he could quit. Leonard manley on the phone and he did and that was the first time i talked with a family member. He was able to tell me in that conversation who they believed had been killed and it was his daughter who found the first four victims. Who made the first nine one one call which we've occurred. I was trying to on the phone piece together. Who all these people. What their relationships were who were they. What were the relationships..
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"Worlds the world that is in the world that ought to be in the world that is crime is ordinary but in the world that ought to be crime has never excused when you join the fbi. You're on a team dedicated to creating the world that ought to be. We're gathering experts from all backgrounds. Join us and get ready to make a world of visit. Fbi jobs dot cup ford slash radio. Two local families at the center of the most notorious crime in ohio's history eight people dead all from the same family. She calculated risk cold core core family. That kills together with this was overkill now on the five year anniversary of the pike and massacre and in the middle of production on this podcast breaking news right now. A shocking confession. None of us were expecting what you wish your jake wagner the youngest son pleads guilty in exchange avoids the death penalty we're tracking the case in real time as new developments unfolds for the killers become. And what will it mean for pike. County one thing is the smaller. The town this is. The heighten massacre listened to the pike massacre returned to pay county of production of kt studios every wednesday on the iheartradio app apple. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Nba competition committee will reportedly look into the way certain shooters initiate contact and draw fouls with unnatural movements aka. The reggie miller james harden and trae young have made a living out of doing. This reg is the godfather of this. He joins us now. We're going to call it. The reggie miller rule. What do you think is ridiculous. I'm serious. I mean i got penalized. I shouldn't say i but they put the rule in about the late kick. Which to this day i still believe is a good move. A good shot joe. You're kicking your leg out to drive cake. i'm just creating that's all. This is my space. Oh look okay. Explain this though what they're focusing this rule on james harden and trae young right. And we've been hearing this year about those two players. I guess you probably throw in there as well. Off of players seeking out contact. Our drives on those floaters at initiating the contact in getting a call it is. I think it's going to be so hard to monitor for these officials there to get enough on their plate now. They've got to figure out in a split second at times without the help of replay. Who's initiating the contact. They wanted scoring up. So what they're really doing is penalizing. The shooter the score in this instance. So i'm a little surprised at that because freedom of movement. This is what they've always wanted. So this is gonna to me kinda hurt some of the scores because as the natural boy score as i one was you do seek out contract. I felt i played better. I shot better. When i knew where the defender was when i could feel him. It was a much harder. Shot for me. If i was wide open as opposed to someone close to me closing on or being right on my body. I was a little bit easier for me to get the wallach and score but it feels like trae young james harden. There's a gimmick about them drawing their contact. I'm surprised they haven't talked about like traveling. Step back in the sidesteps to me. That's more veer eating than seeking contact. But i kind of get it a little bit less free throws maybe faster games. Maybe that's what the nba is trying to do here. I don't know again. You're adding and pilot on these officials to make split-second decisions in big time moments of playoff games or for next year. I mean i think they're overloaded already. The officials now you're telling them they gotta be able to differentiate between who's making the contact. Now good luck with that. Do you think that there were referees. That didn't like you like truly didn't like you i would. They didn't like me but there were certainly some officials. I don't at times i had a bias I wouldn't say didn't like a strong word. I felt like i could communicate with most officials. There was some officials that you could say anything to. It was a quick t. And you're kind of muted for the rest of the game. But i thought i had a pretty good relationship with most officials though. I did talk a lot to them and complain. A lot to them is how you go about it. And just complaining work reg. No it doesn't but it sure made me feel. It isn't a day no it doesn't but what you're trying to do and what you're always trying to plant a little bit of seed because if it's a close game in the game is in the balance you want all that talking. You did through three and a half quarters to matter in the last two minutes of a closed gate that probably lower reason why i talk so much was trying to plant a c. Reggie on the call for the eastern conference finals. Who do you expect to be in the eastern conference finals. Last week we talked about this is going to be a sweep by brooklyn. They were looking gray. And i keep telling people. It's great to have the best talent in the.
"kt studios" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"In general where a lot of them get in trouble is it because they feel so powerful and touchable. I don't know but man you look at it in the final analysis. What we have here is a guy in pike county who had the county by a streaming who had the trust of people who live in that county. So is it power. I don't know all that. I know at this point. Is you had an elected official. Who makes a pretty bad decisions and he's paying for it now. Have you gotten a sense. What the implications might be for the wagner cases that readers now going to jail there early facing down prison for whether or not that had anything to do with the actual investigation. No one knows by. If i'm a defense attorney all i gotta do is throw it that smokescreen at some point and see what happens and if i'm a prosecutor i'm thinking okay. I need to have a contingency plan to how to answer this. If you're the defense. I'm assuming you will bring it up in court. You'll you'll point to that if the judge allows it and say you know. How can you trust investigation. This man was out there on the scene that morning. I think it makes people in the county question. What's really going on there. While we wait to see how sheriff readers conviction will impact the wagner trials. One journalist continues to grapple with the legacy of the road and murders story. That forever changed her life more than five years ago. More on that next time for more information on the case and relevant photos. Follow us on instagram. At kt underscore studios the pike and massacre. Returned by county is executive produced by stephanie. Lie decker and me. Courtney armstrong editing and sound design by executive producer. Jared aston additional producing jeff. Shane andrew becker and chris graves. The pike massacre returned to pay cownie a production of iheartradio. Kt studios for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows if you're a small business owner growing your business what it's all about that is if you have the space to do it. Cube smart self storage has the solution with a variety of storage unit sizes helpful online resources and easy to access facilities. Keep smart self. Storage provides a self storage experience that puts the focus on you. Because you and your business matter most and help you grow cube. Smart is offering up to twenty five percent off your monthly rent. Say goodbye to crowded inventory and hello to your business. Success story with qb smart self storage visit cube smart dot com for more information in the land of diamonds. Mervyn king maker queen with a gorgeous movers. Diamond before you go down on one knee visit. Movers diamond importers with a huge selection of high quality diamonds. At fair prices diamond is washington's first choice at mervyn's you'll receive a free diamond education and no pressure to buy a dime. Make a statement. They say you know value nine out of ten brides choose movies. The tenth is still speeches. Check out of us at moves. Diamonds dot com again. that's movers. Diamonds dot com..
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We are here today. For the case of ohio versus charles reader case numbers. Twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Cr six eight The quarter now here from mr lean. I stayed here before you today to take accountability for my actions to accept responsibility for my conduct share of ohio. I should is me thing that i've worked for professionally and honorably for twenty. Five years was trip to me with nobody disappointing but my stuff. If i could go back and jaded i would a million times. This is not. Hawaii never ever did. I imagine myself on the victim side. This court group. That i've spent twenty five years of my life in this down in law enforcement. I am a good person. Make bad decisions and choices prayed. Quite mercy on me this is. The massacre returned. Pike county season two episode five to protect and serve. I'm gordon armstrong. A television producer. Kt studios with stephanie. Decker and jeff shane on the morning of april twenty. Second two thousand sixteen the pike county. Sheriff's office responded to calls of multiple homicides in what would soon be considered ohio's notorious mass murderer seven adults and one sixteen year. Old boy were found in four different locations along a country road in pike county. We know all of these victims. All members of the road in family shooting. Sift town of piped-in numb a lot of unanswered questions as to how this unfolded and who is responsible for them as news of the tragedy emerged. The nation. turn to the area's top law enforcement official for answers. Pike county sheriff charlie reader to give a brief update on what we are doing at this time. I have Deputies from my county and other counties that are keeping the scene secured. here's reporter jane's culture. He's the one updating the media. he's the one who's available. He's the one when you wanted to ask how things are going. He was the one that you call so he began. The face of the investigation early on this investigation is very large. One probably the largest in pike county than we've ever had been a part of this very tragic. I want everybody to be patient but understand that we are working around the clock twenty four hours a day but this is going to be a very lengthy process. Reporter engineer levy covered many of readers briefings during the course of the road and murder investigation. You know he was out in front of this standing next to the attorney general at the time doing press conferences with him and he often became very emotional and people. There were a lot of people in pike county who really really liked ten. You came in like thieves in the night and took eight. Life's some being children. We are getting closer. The family and the victims will have justice. One day charlie. Reader by all accounts is somebody who grew up in pike county. He did not come from a well to do family or anything like that. A lot of people out in pay county or poor. he worked for many years for the pike. County prosecutor rob john his investigator and at some point charlie reader was appointed the sheriff by the democratic party in pike county criminal defense attorney mike allen remembered readers two thousand sixteen landslide election. He got seventy five percent is opponent got twenty. Five percent is pretty unheard of in any kind of election so at one point he was pretty popular. Sheriff there were a lot of people in the community who felt that he did some good things at the sheriff's office when he first still felt like he. cleaning up crime in the streets southern ohio has very major drug problem with opioids in methamphetamine. Sentinel and all of it and a couple of members of the community claims that reader really was there for the family after one of their members died from a drug overdose and health. Plan a memorial tree in his honor so he was very approachable. Key was out and about in the community. Much more charlie. Reader printed himself as the people sheriff during the height of the road and murder investigation. Sheriff readers passionate pleas for justice earned him the trust of his community as a sheriff pike. County were at three hundred fifty six days into this investigation of got a message for the killers. We will find you. We will arrest you and you will be prosecuted. As this case niche forward. The spotlight grew brighter and brighter and that area. Because of this case and i think he enjoyed the spotlight to a degree. I think he had greater political aspirations as well. Here's producer chris graves speaking with investigative reporter. Jodi bar he covered the road. Murder case for fox news nineteen in cincinnati. What kind of power does a sheriff wheeled in a community like fight county. He was the closest to the people. Pike county and you see that with a lot of elected officials in more rural areas that you know the sheriff is literally the top dog in the county. He is the face of law enforcement. He controls what happens with law enforcement. Where patrols happen and he so as far as an elected official as far as a person holding. Power your sheriff in these areas demand. Something like that. Go to someone's head you've worked in law enforcement yourself for quite a while. Oh yeah you see it. a lot. Police chief sore sheriffs or somebody who's recently promoted to a supervisory position. I mean thank goodness. That doesn't happen to a lot of them but some of them the dodge now whether that happened here not i don't know but yeah that that very much could happen as the rodman moved into. Its second year. Some disquieting rumours about sheriff reader began to surface as we began to spend more time out there. We started hearing the rumblings that arison corruption out there. We had heard rumors about him. Intimidating people and possibly taking.
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