13 Burst results for "Lack Of Remorse"
"lack remorse" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"The issue a mobile. Give me some guidance whether or not i'm overreacting to how to handle a major character flaw of my boyfriend so apparently this guy is going to be listening to this guy who was. The pod regularly His punctuality or rather his lack thereof. I boy let's call him. Derek is chronically late to everything getting reservations beating up a friends type to go into the airport security twenty minutes before flight is supposed to take off etc you name it. He's late support a note. That i am extremely punctual person. So this has been the main source of conflict in a relationship catalyst. My invented occurred this weekend where he missed his close friends wedding ceremony. But it's not just the fact that he missed the ceremony to series decisions. You made the causing and mrs ceremonies lack remorse. After the fact we traveled to a wedding on the coast for the weekend over time it's reunion for a bunch of his grad school friends. But i knew them well so it was good vibes all around the whole weekend on saturday. The day of the wedding. My boyfriend decided at the last minute to go golfing with a friend of his. Who happen to be in the same city as us. This weekend was not part of the wedding festivities side note. Derek is it really a golf guy. Humanely just likes mess around and drink beers with his friends on the course he definitely does. He was definitely not working on his handicapped. Didn't even keep score so this is a day of move tank beers golf's not even that into golf but i get to see another friend okay. I didn't think that much of a excuse me. I didn't think much of it when he left in the morning and i frankly was hung over and just wanted to hang at the hotel alone all day anyway. Figured you'd have time to get back in time for the wedding. Which was at the hotel we were staying at the wedding. Start time at thirty at three thirty nine. A text Derek saying he just finished up the round would be back around for thirty while. I was a little worried. This be cutting it close. I figured he'd be fine. Only go downstairs for the wedding. It's important partners five east strolls into the hotel room so he said he'd be back in fifty minutes. He showed up an hour and forty minutes after he texted so he walks five eight cool as a cucumber. No sense of urgency. He didn't even seem to be aware of extreme time. Crunchy was under reminded yet again. The wedding began at five. Thirty six and twenty two minutes instead of media jumping the shower. It took a very long dump k. five eighteen. He still insisted he'd be ready by five thirty even though he hadn't showered. I get ready.
"lack remorse" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Tonight lows in the forties. Cloudy tomorrow with showers likely highs in the fifties. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up. The news regarding that reckless It's getting update from Alex Williams and the WSB 24 hour traffic center within the last half hour 45 minutes or so. All lanes have reopened on I 75 North bound up in Kennesaw. All at Chastain Road exit to 71 from that crash that happened after the 11 a.m. hour this morning. Still fighting some tough delays on 75 north and they're shaking out faster than I would've thought. But you're still jammed in 75 north. Down south, married a parkway exit to 63 No need for an alternate because the main alternate highway 41 has a bad crash right into North Mariana Parkway. Impacting both directions, so stick with 75 north and south down, We'll have more minutes on 95.5 WSB police say At least five people were killed and dozens injured in a massive crash involving 75 to 100 vehicles on an icy Texas interstate. The pile up on I 35 near downtown Fort Worth happened as a winter storm dropping freezing rain, sleet and snow on parts of the country. The prosecution has rested in historic second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. Today, House impeachment managers closed their presentation as they try to directly link former President Trump's words to the actions of the mob that attacked the capital on January 6th. I thought I was following my president. I thought I was following what we were called to do, Donald Trump told these insurrectionists to come to the capital and stop. The steel managers also argue Mr Trump lacks remorse in the aftermath of the violence. He will undoubtedly cause future harm if allowed. Natalie Bryn CBS NEWS Capitol Hill Top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. US Marshals air searching for a person of interest in the murder of a Yale student who they say could be here in Georgia Kin. One Pan 29 is being sought for the questioning and the death of a Yale University student.
"lack remorse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Following then President Donald Trump's Orders, folks. This was not a hidden crime. The president told them to be there, and so they actually believed they would face no punishment. House manager Ted Lieu said. The former president took pleasure in the January 6 attack on the U. S. Capitol. President Trump's lack remorse. Refusal to take accountability during the attack shows his state of mind. Shows that he intended the events of January 6 to happen. What it did he delighted in it. And Jason Miller and adviser to former president Trump Tweeting that the defense quote will finish up our presentation tomorrow. Which of course is Friday, and they have equal time for their opening arguments. Their legal rebuttal if you will. S 0 16 hours over the course of two days, Although it looks like they're gonna wrap up Tomorrow, So keep it right here. We'll all find out together how long the defense last and we have continuing coverage with another special update coming up in two minutes and 12 seconds. Divided administration has informed the Supreme Court that it does not support Trump Administration policies to invalidate Obama care. Then Rosen bomb is a legal analyst for CBS News. Obamacare's presently before the Supreme Court. Appealing a lower court ruling that since the tax penalty for the individual mandate has been eliminated, the entire law must fail because it was this tax under the commerce clause. That provided the constitutional basis in the Supreme Court's original 5 to 4 ruling in favor of the law. Now the court must decide whether the taxes several from the rest of the law in order to save its protections for uninsured Americans. Under Obama care 20 million Americans gained health care coverage, a decision expected Sometime this coming summer now to the fight against Cove in 19 recent declines in hospitalizations and daily deaths and confirmed new infections are fueling hope, Dr Diane Griffin of Johns Hopkins says. What we're seeing is incremental and encouraging, but we're not out of the woods. Yet. While the case numbers have been decreasing steadily, there's still much higher than they were during the first wave, which overwhelmed parts of the country last spring and summer. Dr. Bruce Lee, a professor of health policy and management at the City University of New York, says whether this Is a momentary dip or whether we've reached the peak, and now things were coming down. It's not completely clear. Further clouding. The forecasts are questions about how the known Corona virus variants, including a more transmissible strain that is thought to emerge in the UK might alter the pandemics. Course I'm like power. The CDC is now recommending that all of us where two masks to help stop the spread one of them having the wire in the nose. They say that's important because It essentially shapes your face in a better fashion keeps it tighter s So keep that in mind. Nurses at ST Vincent's Hospital was Wooster voted to authorize a strike. Both sides are sitting down today to discuss the issues. Let's go back now to the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. CBS News Special Report. House managers continue to present their case against former President Trump in Mr Trump's second impeachment trials. Trump knew exactly what he was doing in inciting the January 6th month. Exactly. Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin is the lead house manager. He says Mr Trump was well aware of his influence after the siege of the Michigan Capital. Last year, the siege of the Michigan State House was effectively a state level dress rehearsal for the siege of the U. S. Capitol that Trump incited on January 6. It was a preview of the coming insurrection in Congressman Ted Lieu said Mr Trump, never flat out told protesters to stop the violence present from didn't do any of that. Why not? Busy intended what happened on January.
"lack remorse" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Entire subway. Siri's between the Yankees and Mets is being postponed after two members of the Mets testing positive for Cove in 19. MLB, releasing a statement saying the decision to call off the three games today through Sunday was made out of an abundance of caution and to allow for additional testing and contact tracing to be performed within the New York Mets organization. The Mets player and a staff member who reportedly tested positive for covert 19 have been isolated. MLB says it will continue to provide updates as necessary. Both teams have an off day on Monday. No word yet on when the Miss Games will be rescheduled. New York City restaurant owners are planning on filing a lawsuit to try and force Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo to allow restaurants to have indoor dining. WNBC is Kristen Marks, reports Staten Island restaurant owner Thomas Cast. A Telly says it's unfair because indoor dining at a limited capacity is allowed in other areas of the state and Corona virus. Data shows that virus infections are way down in New York City, you were fighting to survive. We feel we being unjustly punished because we a restaurant because we see restaurants a few short miles away. A few zip codes away that opened a coalition of 100 restaurant owners on Staten Island and Brooklyn are part of this lawsuit. Medical experts, though, say that and your dining has shown to have been the source of a number of outbreaks elsewhere in the world. I'm Kristen Marks for 77 w. ABC News The popular Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City will happen this year, but there will be many changes because of the Corona virus. Here's Mayor de Blasio. Some is going to be virtual might be some small in person pieces spread out pieces. It's not gonna look at all, of course, like what we are used to more details coming in the fall, the mayor says there will be similar changes to the Halloween parade and the lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. The son of a Westchester County mother raped and murdered back in. 1977 is trying to stop her killer from being released from prison. Jason Mentor says a New York state parole board approved Sammael is released next month, but says he was unable to make a victim impact statement in person due to Cove in 19 restrictions. He started a change dot org's petition with thousands of signatures to keep Piola locked up for the South Salem killings. That took the lives of his mother and her friend, while mentor his sister and two other Children were in a nearby room mentor believes I, Ella lacks remorse for what he calls one of Westchester's most brutal crimes on Wall Street right now, the Dow up 107, the NASDAQ Up 38, the S and P, Up.
"lack remorse" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Portland now okay news update from ABC news I'm Michelle Franzen the World Health Organization calling the corona virus outbreak a pandemic cases now top one hundred and twenty one thousand worldwide here in the U. S. more than one hundred more than one thousand confirmed cases Dr Anthony Fauci director of infectious diseases at the national institutes of health says it's going to get worse how much worse will get will depend on our ability to do two things to contain the influx of people who are infected coming from the outside and the ability to contain and mitigate within our own country in states around the country public events concerts are being canceled or postponed including Washington state the epicentre of the nation's outbreak governor Jay Inslee today prohibiting gatherings in the Seattle area with more than two hundred and fifty people these events that are prohibited or gatherings for social recreational spiritual and other matters there are at least thirty deaths blamed on the coronavirus Bernie Sanders stain in the race after losing to Joe Biden and four out of the six states in Tuesday's democratic primary Sanders not throwing in the towel but acknowledging where his campaign is falling short we are losing the debate overall electability Sanders again said the defeating Donald Trump in November remains the top priority and despite the long odds against his campaign he looks forward to Sunday's debate against Joe Biden the American people will have the opportunity to see which candidate is best positioned to accomplish that goal A. B. C.'s Margaret Millar a virtual life sentence for Harvey Weinstein today at all prosecutors said he walked the red carpeted mingled with the stars but they said he also instilled fear got drunk on power and committed acts of sexual assault with complete abandon wind Steen was convicted of forcing oral sex on Marion Haley who said that Weinstein appeared to lack remorse A. B. C.'s Erin critters gear listening to ABC the IRS is our top story Washington governor Jay Inslee's banning events with more than two hundred fifty people because a corona virus these events that are prohibited or gatherings for social recreational spiritual and other matters including but not limited to community civic public leisure faith based or sporting events the ban will apply to king Pierce and Snohomish counties and it may be expanded Isley says he's also asking business leaders to arrange their offices for what's called social distancing keeping workers as far apart as possible the Seattle mariners are moving their home games out of Seattle through the end of March due to the new band a large group of fans the joint office of homeless services in Portland is reaching out to homeless people to tell them how to avoid getting the virus there also distributing masks to people who are not in shelters the grand re opening of the Portland buildings being postponed because of coronavirus concerns Mr Ahmadi was set for March nineteenth a new date has not been determined renovations of the building it's taken two years it was built in nineteen eighty two but had water problems operational issues and needed seismic retrofitting renovations cost one hundred ninety five million dollars the building houses seventeen hundred city of Portland employees you could see snow on the hills this weekend K. to meteorologist Rhonda Shelby says temperatures will cool off starting Friday night we're talking about the possibility of the soul of a coming down to five hundred feet this weekend that would mean some people in the hills might see some snow is not expected to reach the valley floor the latest snow was recorded at Portland International Airport was March twenty second in twenty twelve it's rare to have snow in March it only snowed five times in the last fifty years born in trailblazers center Jusuf nurkic is being assigned to the Santa Cruz warriors of the G. league to practice and play a game before returning to Portland plays first game of the Blazers on Sunday against the rockets their kitchen is recovering from a leg fracture last season hi Brad Ford news radio eleven ninety K. E. X. JX traffic from a Papa Murphy's traffic center remake it you bake it wash first wonders on the scene of a crash and burn side at southeast one thirty six Avenue the freeways are in great shape west side before the vote sunset moving at the legal limit no problems I. five north to Vancouver for I. five south into the valley and highway two seventy nine tool five running trouble free Gail Cunningham KTX traffic now K. two whether.
"lack remorse" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Organization calling the corona virus outbreak a pandemic cases now top one hundred and twenty one thousand worldwide here in the U. S. more than one hundred more than one thousand confirmed cases Dr Anthony Fauci director of infectious diseases at the national institutes of health says it's going to get worse how much worse will get will depend on our ability to do two things to contain the influx of people who are infected coming from the outside and the ability to contain and mitigate within our own country in states around the country public events concerts are being canceled or postponed including Washington state the epicentre of the nation's output a and a prohibiting gatherings in the Seattle area with more than two hundred and fifty people these events that are prohibited or gatherings for social recreational spiritual and other matters there are at least thirty deaths blamed on the coronavirus Bernie Sanders stain in the race after losing to Joe Biden and four out of the six states in Tuesday's democratic primary Sanders not throwing in the towel but acknowledging where his campaign is falling short we are losing the debate overall electability Sanders again said the defeating Donald Trump in November remains the top priority and despite the long odds against his campaign he looks forward to Sunday's debate against Joe Biden the American people will have the opportunity to see which candidate is best positioned to accomplish that goal A. B. C.'s Margaret Millar a virtual life sentence for Harvey Weinstein today at all prosecutors said he walked the red carpet and mingle with the stars but they said he also instilled fear got drunk on power and committed acts of sexual assault with complete abandon Weinstein was convicted of forcing oral sex on Marion Haley who said that Weinstein appeared to lack remorse A. B. C.'s Erin critters gear listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK good afternoon twelve oh two I'm data has with your top local stories sacramental be reporting that the first covered nineteen related death in Sacramento county was announced yesterday evening the woman who was in her nineties died of complications related to the virus he was a resident of Carl terror a Carlton senior living in elk Grove because this incident occurred in a senior living facility public health officials are are prioritizing containment so the other one hundred forty residents do not become infected meantime Golden State Warriors will be the first NBA team to play games without fans team making the announcement after San Francisco banned gatherings of more than one thousand people amid the corona virus pandemic mayor London breed says no fans will be allowed into the chase center for tomorrow night's game against the Brooklyn nets as a major concerts also being affected by the virus Madonna's last two concerts being cancelled because of her of the virus sixty.
"lack remorse" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"ABC news anchor Harvey Weinstein sentenced in New York today to twenty three years in prison ABC's Erica Turkey is outside the courthouse in New York City Harvey Weinstein headed all prosecutors said he walked the red carpet and mingled with the stars but they said he also instilled fear got drunk on power and committed acts of sexual assault with complete abandon wind Steen was convicted of forcing oral sex on Marion Haley who said that Weinstein appeared to lack remorse the judge handed down a sentence of twenty three years in state prison at a second criminal case against Weinstein is pending in California another day another Wall Street plunge the Dow right now is down one thousand twenty four points we reserve a corona virus economic slowdown continuing to weigh on stocks this is new clusters of coronavirus are popping up Virginia announcing nine positive cases doctor living in peak is the epidemiologist for Virginia to are associated with the department of defense one in Quantico and one in Spotsylvania county in Kansas city Missouri mayor Quinton Lucas says the city will go ahead with the St Patrick's day parade as well as the big twelve basketball tournament but also urging folks over sixty to stay home we have been fortunate thus far in Kansas city to not have more cases and we don't want to see is that high volume of increases now more than a thousand coronavirus cases in the U. S. at least thirty people have died it was a big primary night for Joe Biden taking at least four of the six states up for grabs Tuesday convincing wins for Joe Biden Mississippi Missouri Idaho and Michigan we are step close to restoring decency dignity and honor to the White House that's our only by taking a triple digit lead over Bernie Sanders in the delegate count the big states of Florida Illinois Ohio and Arizona coming up next week Ribeiro A. B. C. news Cleveland Bernie Sanders as one North Dakota so called fire house caucus update on Wall Street the Dow down a thousand forty seven points you're listening to ABC news Arizona is a news station KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic now it's nine oh two I'm Bob McLean here's our top story Arizona votes Sunday night's democratic presidential debate in Phoenix will be unlike any other high level debate we've ever seen KTA ours Jim crosses live at the new center yeah Bob Democratic National Committee made the call no audience no media insiders on a federal theatre coronavirus concerns valid political consultant Chuck Coughlin is with high Greitens tank is getting fuller and fuller so the opportunity for a stumble with a live audience and distractions and others becomes less problematic for the Biden campaign and you can hear the the debate live here Sunday evening starting at five on KCRA are one of the new center John cross KTAR news a new poll shows senator Martha McSally trailing Democrat mark Kelly by seven points in the race for the seat she's currently holding Mike noble with low wage predictive insights says his poll had Kelly with just a three point lead in December but McSally still has time while there are few undecided voters in the Senate race a quarter of likely voters do not have an opinion of mark Kelly giving team excel in opening the fine the first time candidate Kelly has a nearly thirty point lead with independence and a ninety percent support within his own party level possibly as well as corona virus fears continue the pac twelve men's basketball tournament tips off today in Las Vegas the conference says adjustments are being made to help keep fans athletes and staff safe Arizona state men's basketball head coach Bobby Hurley told Arizona.
"lack remorse" Discussed on KOMO
"Safety measures now in place live ABC now at nine o'clock from ABC news after Harvey Weinstein sentenced in New York today to twenty three years in prison ABC's Erica Turkey is outside the courthouse in New York City Harvey Weinstein headed all prosecutors said he walked the red carpeted mingled with the stars but they said he also instilled fear got drunk on power and committed acts of sexual assault with complete abandon Weinstein was convicted of forcing oral sex on Marion Haley who said that Weinstein appeared to lack remorse the judge handed down a sentence of twenty three years in state prison at a second criminal case against Weinstein is pending in California another day another Wall Street plunge the Dow right now is down one thousand twenty four points we reserve a corona virus economic slowdown continuing to weigh on stocks this is new clusters of coronavirus are popping up Virginia announcing nine positive cases doctor living in peak is the epidemiologist for Virginia to are associated with the department of defense one in Quantico and one in Spotsylvania county in Kansas city Missouri mayor Quinton Lucas says the city will go ahead with the St Patrick's day parade as well as the big twelve basketball tournament but also urging folks over sixty to stay home we have been fortunate thus far in Kansas city to not have more cases and what we don't want to see is that high volume of increases now more than a thousand coronavirus cases in the U. S. at least thirty people have died it was a big primary night for Joe Biden taking at least four of the six states up for grabs Tuesday convincing wins for Joe Biden Mississippi Missouri Idaho and Michigan we are step close to restoring decency dignity and owners to the White House that's our only taking a triple digit lead over Bernie Sanders in the delegate count the big states of Florida Illinois Ohio and Arizona coming up next week Ribeiro A. B. C. news Cleveland Bernie Sanders as one North Dakota so called fire house caucus update on Wall Street the Dow down a thousand forty.
"lack remorse" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"Statements made during media interviews could be interpreted as Ronin. Dan Lacking remorse our villon. Ron cited and his appellate. Well it brief was based on a California case and in the State of Utah. Lack of remorse evidence is permitted. One of Ron's most atrocious claims. Yes yes it does get. Worse was at the trial court made an irreversible error when they didn't allow a jury instruction that the jury can consider sympathy Pity and mercy. When considering the mitigating factors for recommending the death penalty there is no statue in Utah? That says a defendant is allowed to to make a general appeal to a jury sympathy. He also tried to challenge the constitutionality of the death penalty but because it is enforced in Utah. The sentence was was upheld in another effort to refuse responsibility. Ron Claim that his sentence was disproportionate to his brother. Dan's particularly since Dan testified testified at his trial that he committed both murderers but was not sentenced to death but remember. There were witnesses chip in Ricky. And they both heard Ron say in the car that he murdered Brenda. And they both testified to such so. This claim was also without merit in the most laughable claim of all ron tried to claim that the court made an irreversible air by allowing the second trial because it violated the double jeopardy clause. The court didn't likely have to explain. Explain very much about why this claim had zero merit but for anyone that doesn't know the double jeopardy clause means a person cannot be charged for a crime twice if the first I trial resorts in acquittal. Double Jeopardy doesn't apply in an instance where conviction is overturned on appeal and conclusion. None of the claims claims raised by Ron. During his appeal of his second trial was a reversible error and the conviction and sentencing were upheld. Ron Lafferty chose chose to be executed by firing squad. The last time anyone was executed by firing squad in Utah was Ronnie Lee Gardner in two thousand ten. Who murdered an attorney? Ernie when he was trying to escape a courthouse Utah has since changed. Its laws regarding death penalty executions and now the firing squad is only used as a last resort. If for some reason the lethal injection drugs were unavailable. Ronald Lafferty was a mere months away from his execution date. But in a twist of fate eight he passed away of natural causes at a Utah State Prison on November eleventh. Two Thousand Nineteen. He was seventy eight years old. His death has hopefully brought some peace for the family and friends of the deer victims. Brenda and Erica. Lafferty as former American fork police department chief Terry Fox was quoted as saying. I'll never forget this. I've seen a lot of death in my career. This one was different in the case that it was religiously motivated invaded. You can use the word brutal horrific and I just don't throw those out lately because this was a really really brutal murder in was different different from a lot of crime scenes and a lot of ways. Okay Fan club members as I conclude this episode my one question onto us. How will you sleep tonight? Thank you for listening if you enjoyed this episode. Please be sure to rate subscribe in. Positively reviewed the show on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your podcast it really does help. You can find us on social media platforms twitter at T- CFC AFC pod facebook dot com slash t CFC podcast. You can also find us on instagram. T. CFC underscore podcast and of course our website site is true. Crime Fan Club Dot Com. If you have an episode request send us an Email T.. CFC Pot and DOT com. This episode was written by Mary. Gary Cole- research by Pretty Martinez and it it improved by Britney Martinez this episode was produced by Nico Add. We talk of dreams. Check him out on twitter. Talk of dreams or WE TALK OF DREAMS DOT com. I'm your host Laney..
"lack remorse" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"My name is Jenny Thompson, and I am the founder and CEO of a company called safety pin technologies as the found of safety pin technologies. I think listeners unfamiliar with safety pin, and just hearing about you guys. For the first time, can you set the scene, and tell them more about the kind of problems that you so feel customers? But also, of course, what makes it unique from the solutions outlet. Absolutely. The company has developed a digital trust badge that lets people see at a glance who they can trust when they're using sharing and gig economy sites. And if you think about how often people are using a swipe or click to book a babysitter book, a dog Walker hire someone to take care of their elderly parents. We use it for almost everything. Now we know very little about that person. And we do know that a lot of the platforms, do their own background checks, but we. What's included in that necessarily or what their standards are? And so we've developed this peer to peer forward-facing trust badge that not only incorporates, a comprehensive criminal background check. But we've also developed a proprietary behavioral review, that we created with criminal profiler 's and clinical infringe psychologists. So even if somebody has a clean record, we can mitigate for people who have the type of behavior that may lead to them putting somebody at risk. I launched a new universe, which response Lisette colts safety pin will completely put you a moderate solution was straightaway approved by the full Mowatt, how secure chief and forensic, bro. Phone is like he told me about that. Sounds incredible story. Yeah. I was very fortunate. I reached out to my network, and I was looking for some people who had significant success in the law enforcement field. I don't come from law enforcement. I come as a as a corporate CEO. In the natural healthcare space. And so, I knew that I really needed people with DNA in that space, and I met a woman who introduced me to John Gill, who's the former chief security officer at the White House, and he also was in the secret service for twenty five years. And when I sat down and told them what we were doing and how we were combining the behavioral with the criminal history and mitigating. For the fact that so many crimes, go unreported and to be honest that a lot of people with criminal tendencies use these apps. In order to find people that they can scam. He he was onboard right away. You loved what we were doing. He wants to be part of it. He's been really supportive. He actually then connected me to Dr Nancy czars, who's the former lead forensic psychologist at Leavenworth maximum security, prison, and has studied the intersection of psychology and criminality her whole career, and she's one of the key people that helped us build out the actual questions that we use in the waiting and scoring method. -nology in order to eliminate people that caused concern on a few moments ago you did bunching up behavioral review, and I'm assuming that's incredibly curious. So you tell me more about how you say staife depend transforming filming the security level of the shown economy on also expanded a little bit more on that unique behavioral review, then having to do that. I won't give you any sample questions because we do try to keep them close to the chest. Reveal me is a song. Well, we're very careful to point out that we don't diagnose, and also, if you do, take the test, and don't meet our requirements. We don't have a negative indicator, so that's between us and you on our database in you. Really? And it's not information that we share with anybody. But the way that we see it is in the United States, forty percent of crimes going reported. And really one of the most shocking statistics is thirty percent of crimes where there's a weapon used or an injury. Still go unreported. And so the fact that somebody comes back with a clean criminal background. Check doesn't mean that they wouldn't put someone in danger and again, we're making very quick decisions on these apps. We're looking at somebody's profile. We're looking at ratings, which may be reliable, but also can be gamed or or can be overly a few sieve and also frequently have nothing to do with safety. So what we want to do is give people the option of adding a safety pin to their profile on whatever. Apper website. They're using to book jobs so that people can see at a glance, I've taken this extra step to get myself screened, so that, you know, I'm somebody you can trust. And with the behavioral review, does, is it looks for people who have the, the behavior characteristics of somebody who's on the scale of antisocial personality disorder or psychopathy and those sound much graver than they really are. There are eight to twelve percent of the US population falls under that umbrella and they are people who lack remorse, lack empathy are willing to victimize other people for their own benefit. And so we've developed the questionnaire with very specific goals in mind of not awarding a safety pin to people who present these characteristics or possibly present these characteristics. Huchon gin. To stop people from gaming the system and talking about, you, mentioned ways, lot, remorse and empathy. There's no way that people can game that system. And tell you what you want to hear a challenge to overcome any I'd be naive. If I said, there's no way, but I would say that we've really carefully balanced it with a combination of extremely carefully worded questions. I will share the story that we had somebody who was actually in the mail. Order bride importing business, who wanted to use our product and we chose not to work with them. And he's said, well, I'm just going to Google translate your questions, and I said you can do that. It's not gonna help. There's such nuance in the individual word choice between Ken and would and will and might and the way that it's weighted and scored so people may try to figure out what we're doing. We have some anti gaming technology deals in where if you answer this question one way you can't answer this question the same way because it would be a logical. We have control. Built in and we update the questions regularly, it's also impossible for somebody to change their answers. I'm curious what's the story behind safety pin and actually put you on this journey? I took a vacation after I, I left my last job. I mentioned I had been a CEO in the natural medicine field. And I left that job and was trying to figure out what I was going to do next. And when I returned from vacation, I found out that my dog sitter had not stayed with my dogs as she was supposed to. And when I let her go and told her that she had to pay me back the money that I had prepaid her for my next trip, she faked her own death instead of pay me back one hundred fifty dollars. Extra. Apparently she doesn't know about the block this caller feature on her phone. Yeah. And so, so I realized through the way everything had unfolded that she exhibited a lot of these traits. And I tried to figure out what could I have done differently to avoid the situation and as I got to speak with these experts and speak with John and doctors ours? And learn more about what tools there are two. I hate to use the word predict 'cause it's a little bit too strong here. I, I don't want to again diagnose anybody, but to potentially identify someone that would do these kinds of things, and it would have this pathological behavior. They're, they're actually pretty accessible tools for us. And so we were able to build the algorithm with that included. It's the founder of psych depend technologies which if we zoom out a woman owned startup in Baltimore of curious, what kind of challenges you encountered, as a woman in tech is building a stall took outside of Silicon Valley. Early after been any challenges, you've got to overcome that. And they've been any challenges how much time do we have for this interview? And I, I'll say, I think that women in tech is is true, and it's a misnomer because I'm not a developer. I'm not an engineer. So the company is attacked company, but I'm not someone who knows how to write code or how to build software, and I have an amazing CTO that does that for me. I think if you look at this, it's very clear that women get a lot less funding. We are asked questions. How are we going to avoid disaster? Instead of how are we going to create wins? And I'm someone who spent most of my career working with people who have what I refer to as kind of a gentle sexism, and so I'm very used to it, and it always been able to allow for it and, and to mitigate against it, and it's been very different. And I'm not one to to cry. Sexism, very lightly. And I, I think it's more those unconscious biases that absolutely result in people. And interestingly in men and women treating women differently. I, I think when you look at the statistics women unless they have funds that are expressly investing in women. They are not actually doing that much better of a job than the males are. And then being in Baltimore I spent a lot of time in New York because the networking opportunities and getting to meet investors assume greater but being in Baltimore to very small ecosystem, it, obviously, has a reputation through the TV show the wire and the actual news. And so some people love that because they love the idea of, of helping a city rebuild itself, and some people don't feel comfortable knowing the market, it very much limits your abilities to, to get partners into get funding. When people tend to be. More focused on silicone valley, or silicone, alley bushland country spices that you mentioned, are you saying them improving or are they still the I think they are still there in very real way. And I actually had I was talking to investor and he said, I'm just, I'm just gathering some information for research. How old are you in? Do you have children? And I thought they would never ask a male founder that question. It certainly not the second part. But I don't think the first part, either at the same time I am very cautious not to ascribe everything to sexism, or to be on the east coast. I think I have this fantasy that if I were a guy on the west coast, my, my startup would be fully funded, and we would be off to the races at, at extreme levels, and I and I don't know that that's true. But I think that there is absolutely. A, a small town bias. And if E mail bias both of which. I think are somewhat unconscious, but still very, very present. People listening, you're curious about safety pin technologies and everything that you've created he can you just maybe walk them through how to apply for a pain how it works. And how to get verified. Absolutely said. The website is get a safety pin dot com and you go there and click apply..
"lack remorse" Discussed on Bad In The Boondocks
"Girl, keep it up scream till I say, stop bittaker part, the fan and prepared for the kill. I got a section of coathanger he later told police in rapid around our throat entitled up with the pliers. Embolden. They thought it would be amusing to see what happened if they don't they're victim on so much front lawn chose yard random in Hermosa beach and loaded lift for its corpse into a bit of I've e the courts was discovered the next morning. The funds shot, Los Angeles suits came only days after the arrest of the hillside. Strangler Angela Angelo. Angela Angelo brownie phone. Oh, boy, no winnow. I think it is. Well, no. Yeah. Yeah. The police said they were unaware of any other brands victims. They were missing girls in women owned the books, of course. But who could say if they were dead more to the point hell could police identify the killers in the latest unsolved case. In a sense, line net live for its fold the fun. She was she was the second sixteen year old bit occur Norris had murdered leaving three teen teenagers unaccounted for the hunters, do not worry the from where they set is same Ziff. They had all the time in the world. But they were mistaken ROY noise himself was part of the problem, despite the murders game. The murder game shortcomings Norris enjoyed it too much that he simply couldn't keep quiet Bach. Tober nineteen seventy nine he started bragging other friend for to another friend from prison. Jimmy Dalton emphasizing his role as a criminal mastermind don't though it was all talk until lifts body was found. He called us lawyer, and they both went to Los Angeles. Police LS finest listen to don't story then pass them to detectives in Hermosa beach, where live for his corpse have been scored Hermosa beach detective Paul Bingham hit it. The Lipford investigation he had no evidence to support a charge in the live for slaying. But don't mention of a silver van Ranga, Bill Benham's memory. He dispatched officer or. Oregon to interview Shirley Sanders, who was attacked one month before photographs were preferred for Sanders to salmon leafing through the stack. She picked out bittaker Norris as the men who kidnapped and raped her in a approached Deputy District Attorney Steve Kay who prosecuted Norris on his previous, ripe chores in Redondo beach, K caution patients. Even though a quick arrest would halt the murder spree. They need some to build a strong case. Police mountains Valence on the pair once again Norris was the weak link. He was seen sailing mayor marijuana on the street. Police made their move two days before thanksgiving in nineteen seventy nine they arrested for parole violation on the mayor marijuana charge. While bittaker was jailed on suspicion of kidnapping, raving. Shirley Sanders northwest Detroit. Cancel in sparred with the interrogators for awhile. Eventually crumbled casting himself as a reluctant, accomplice, accomplice, to murders plan carried out by bittaker the prison code demanding that he go along for the ride north insisted after all he. Oh owed. Bittaker is life but apparently not a sign. Silence. On the strength of Norris's confession. Both men were charged for five counts, I degree murder, plus additional charge of kidnapping robbery, rape, deviant, sexual assault and criminal conspiracy. East defend at tried to blame the other for the most. For the most ex- Norse now claimed that he had been high on drugs. Most of the time unable to resist bittaker, but the audio takes tapes told a different story revealing Norris as a full participant Norse realized he would have to do more to avoid the death penalty. In February nineteen eighty nor sled detective Benham Steve Kay, m members of this Sarah mattress search and rescue team on a tour of the Sangei real motorcycle. They found Lee lamp and Jackie Gill with bickers icepick still buried in gillen's ear. But no traces found of Cindy Schafer or injury hall. There were lost forever. But Norris had delivered enough evidence to clinch his plea bargain reluctantly Steve Kay agree to weigh the penalty. The death penalty and grant a life sentence with parole eligibility in return for Norris's testimony against bittaker before defendant, is formerly senate's California requires a report in a senate's recommendation from a parole officer. Norris's jail inquisitors, noted Roy's, casual unconcerned manner as he discussed the five murders without regret in the officer's opinion. Norse appeal compulsive innocent in his need and desire to inflict pain in torture upon women. The definitive himself knowledge that in the commission of ripe upon a woman. It is not the sex that is important. But the domination of the woman in considered in considering the defendants, total lack remorse about the plight of the victims, he can realistically be regarded as the in extreme sociopath, whose depraved grotesque pattern of behavior is beyond rehabilitation. The magnitude and the enormity of the defendants heinous nightmares criminal behavior is beyond the comprehensive for hump Rohinton of this probation. Officer. Zor. Now Steve Kay was committed to seeking the death penalty for Lawrence bittaker in own wedding tribute to bidders, jailhouse ambition Kate clear that for sheer brutality crimes of Charles Manson's Colt. Cultists didn't come close to bid across rampage, despite his experience in prosecuting rapists, murderers, and every other kind of Fillon K twice broke down weeping during bickers three week trial for this part, the defendant seemed to enjoy the proceedings bittaker prepared for trial by writing his memoirs fitting title, the last ride their warned repeated. Repeatedly by his attorney bittaker insisted on finishing the manuscript. Apparently, convinced the jurors will believe his assertion that Norris masterminded the operation the game will fail. How ever Annan February seventeenth, nineteen eighty one bittaker was found guilty on five counts murder counts in twenty one other related felonies, California. Like all the other states hold its criminal shells and stages. The first determines guilt or innocence, the second, if a defendant is convicted determines punishment to support a death sentence, though, California. Prosecutors must demonstrate special circumstances such as slaying deemed, especially heinous. Astro shis or cruel. Manifesting. Exp-. Exceptional depravity. Chris personal audio tapes were played for the jury while promptly recommended death. As with Norris. Another probation reported report was generated bickers examiner wrote that during the years, this officer have been submitting valuations to the court. He has had occasion to interview many individual convicted of brutal crimes. But none to the extent of the ones for which this defendant, had been convicted during the infused with them. Although verbalizing some feeling for the teenager to for the teenage deaths that he calls. There is no outward expression, or emotion display. This his total attitude was. Almost as if he had been able to divorce himself from the emotions felt by the major portion of society. Well, the judge did agree Embiid accor- was sentenced to death on March twenty fourth nineteen eighty one and he's actually being imprisoned ever since he never was actually. Dead. That's a lot of money. I notice spent on death row. Yep. Sure is. But. This my loan case. That was pretty low. Well. Okay. Well, interesting. But well, thank you. Thank you. All right. Well, that was interesting, long anyways one. Well, yes. Okay. Yes, you do. Yes, you just fine. You've just came out this. All right. I the motion of ocean. It really is the but anyways. All right, yours. Yes address, thought it would be really neat. This time not only to stay in California, but to do something, a person with my birth name Stanley, Stanley Dean Baker. Here we go. Ready are. At three o'clock on the afternoon of Saturday, July eleventh, nineteen seventy a man out fishing on the banks of the Yellowstone river in Montana snagged a human body at the end of his line. He drove in shock to the nearest ranch to telephone the police and deputy Bigalow, who was stationed not for real. That was his name. Deuce Bigalow mill okay. Gigolo stationed at the entrance to Yellowstone National Park responded to the call. With the aid of some local men. The deputy waded into the turbulent river and dragged the body to shore, although a custom to routine drowning cases, Bigalow, new immediately, this was murder Moog. The head was missing of new. Maybe it was on circumstance. That I don't know. Bigalow called sheriff, Don guate- ni who drove corner Davis to the scene. All three men crouched over the body, which was clad. Only in shorts. It was that of a male apart from the missing head. The arms had also been severed at the shoulders and the legs were chopped off at the knees. The abdomen. Chest were covered with stab wounds with a particularly large ugly hole in the chest. Okay. The corner looked shocked when he could colluded his examination quote. Never saw anything like it. He said, grimly the pool fellow's been stabbed about twenty times. And I figure he's been in the water day. He was a young fellow probably in his early twenties. There's one other thing the hardest missing I said, heart not bought. The chest has been cut open the arts, removed unquote. For the sheriff. It was a major headache. All normal means of identifying the body, the head and hands had been deliberately removed. But why the gratuituous butchery of the rest of the body? What could off the legs while remove the heart good question? The only thing that's a jested was that it was some sort form of a Colt murder. There had been a rash of them recently, all connected with secret groups of devil, worshippers. Don't the share and Tate case had grabbed the headlines, but similar bizarre killings were going on all over the USA or so they thought they were kinda wrong lot of it. But whatever the torso was taken by ambulance to the morgue in Livingston for proper all tops to be carried out while police teletype details of the victim to Wyoming and other neighboring states it was impossible to tail where the body had been dumped in the river and the Yellowstone pass through why owning before entering Montana and the national park. Although police searched the river and its banks for many miles. No traces of the missing limbs were found the results of the all topsy indicated that the victim. Had been stabbed twenty seven times with ashore, pointed blade of at least five inches in length. The removal of the head and limbs had been crudely performed possibly with the knife used to inflict the stab wounds. The victim was in his early twenties and have been dead for twenty four hours. When pound police had to wait until someone was reported missing on the Monday morning. Teletype message came chattering into the sheriff's office in Livingston concerning a missing person who resembled the description of the torso James, Michael Schlosser age, twenty two had been reported missing from the town of round up one hundred miles away that same morning. He had set out on the Friday to drive Yellowstone park in his OPEL, cadet, sports car, but had not turned up for work on the Monday when his office colleagues got into it with his landlady. They discovered that the popular young social worker had not returned home. Slosh was described as being six feet tall and weighing two hundred pounds the age height and weight fitted, the torso Shariff Kuoni put out an alert for sightings of his OPEL cadet car, which might have been dumped in the area. It was nineteen it was a nineteen sixty nine vehicle yellow with black racing stripes will guess what an hour later that same car was in a collision with a pickup truck on dirt road in Monterey County, California, just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean, the car had been travelling at speed on the wrong. Side of the Derm road, the truck suffered only a dinner bumper because it was a metal but car was a write off. It was total the driver of the truck was a businessman from Detroit on holiday. He got out of his truck and approached the car from which to large young men. Were emerging. Both men were typical California hippies with long hair and beards. One was blind. The other dark, the blonde man was about six.
"lack remorse" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone
"Here. Try try to ignore it falls. Trying to do is just talk to me. Tell me these things keep going. And although you're wanting to present your your viewpoint. You also want to counterbalance it by giving perhaps some of the cons as well to make it appear that your objective and neutral, you so you wanna make yourself seem a little bit flawed. Exactly flawed vulnerable human just like you. I get it. I kinda get it. I think I'm gonna need a little more help understanding this. And certainly you want to instill a sense of fear as well. A sense of urgency. That rice is time limited decision making process. You don't want to give people the luxury of time because time will only plant doubt in the recipients mind and give them an opportunity to check it out. Check it out do their due diligence. But there are these long cons, and I've read a meeting things about it like the Email scans from scams from Nigeria they play those those get played out over a period of months and people just keep buying in deeper and deeper. Yes. I had the one one time where I got an Email from supposedly from a friend who said that he was at Heathrow. Oh, I've got no. And we've done start like, I'm having trouble cry not crying writing this. That can't remember any boy put it, what's, you know. It was like the dad of a fellow parent from our gymnast IX. And he said like, oh, you know, we're in Heathrow, and we're stuck. And and I can't you know, it's something you didn't have money for some reason, I send it to like called my comes office to ask. And they're like, that's a thing. But what I couldn't figure out what this has to have at least one hundred friends that are closer than me. Why is he calling me? Well, I think he called, you know, Email it was it was Email. I think I can explain what was I just sent him a small amount of money. Good for you. Yeah. An in monthly installments to make sure he was being responsible. And I said to him I said there's going to be interest on this. Right. Because I didn't trust him. We didn't. I choose this topic wisely for being during our fundraising drive. Yeah. That's a good point right there. Yeah. So you you tend to or members? They would give it to get pin. You got the extra special into special episode? The nobody else can listen to keep ten and it keeps. No. We didn't get that. Last one somebody casts check. But it wasn't a Senate again. No kidding kidding. Fundraising drive is real now. Are we also -ceptable being conned can anybody Kanders and people smart enough to not know most people are susceptible to being conned. You win, you know, not to my knowledge. No. There's still time if yours. Yeah. And you know, most of us will experience a point in our lives where we're vulnerable and the con artist, especially if they're psychopathic is going to new. What to say to appeal to what it is? That is missing in your what is that? You're needing in your life. Is that a psychopath or a sociopath? What's the difference? Interesting question. So we used to call it so Siafa theory, right? And now for two as psychopathy, so there's no. Tweeting there one. What does it mean? A psychopath is an individual who is known to lack remorse. They might be a pathological liar. They are ego Centric and Dr cystic. Really how many people came to their inauguration? Okay. So, yeah, they're likely narcissistic, they are pathological liars. Which means they really can't tell the truth. Or would rather not? Yeah. They they certainly know the difference between truth and fiction. However, they get a thrill out of lying on. They will lie about just the silliest and stupidest thing leading what they had for lunch that day. Right. We're sometimes as the recipient. You can't even fig figure out what the upside of that lie was it's simulating. Is it not it is it is. Absolutely. And when you catch them in the lie most of us when we're cutting ally. There's a sense of shame or embarrassment not for the psychopathic individual this individual's able to rework their story to make it sound almost plausible. Wow. Again, not something. I'm familiar with the top culture, a government right now have press secretaries that have the same trait. Well as mental health professionals. You know, we are we we've been asked not to comment due to ethical reasons. Why people that you're going to actually examine? I see what you're saying. So she says that you and your listeners come to your own conclusions based on your description of what a psychopath is. What a sec and this. I mean, anybody in particular, but would a psychopath be attractive to another psychopath. Can they shot each other interesting? Well, I don't see what a psychopath would want in a fellow psycho path because how could how could they potentially manipulate their individual. They wanted individual in which there's a power differential. Yeah. And that way, they're also because the ego Centric aspect, I suppose, right, but somebody canary. Konare yardage in with subservient to them really really interesting. So what what do we need to know to protect ourselves? I mean, not giving up personal information so good giving up personal information. Do your due diligence. If something sounds too good to be true. It most likely is whatever good deal is available today will likely be there tomorrow likely be there next week again, they're trying to create that sense of urgency. I wanna point out that our fundraising drive last just two weeks.
"lack remorse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In Washington DC to Nathan Hager for world and national headlines. Nathan Paul former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is going to be looking for leniency later today when he's sentenced for Bank and tax fraud. But is Bloomberg's Bob moon reports special counsel, Robert Muller isn't hearing what he wants from Manafort, also, it's important to note still awaiting Robert Muller's final report. And so I think that that will be kind of the piece that will tie this all together Washington reporter, Kathleen hunter, here's Bob moon in their last pre sentence submission. Prosecutors accuse Manafort of lacking remorse, but for the appointment of the special counsel. They say Manafort has suggested he would not have been charged with hiding more than fifty five million dollars abroad failing to pay more than six million in Texas and defrauding financial institutions have more than twenty five million dollars the president who said this has nothing to do with him. But that hasn't quilt speculation Trump might pardon metaphor. Once he's sentenced Senator Marco Rubio was warned that would be a disastrous mistake. I think in fact that something like that were to happen. It could trigger debate about whether the pardon powers should be amended. A pardon Rubio who said would not pass the smell test. Bob moon. Bloomberg radio the house plans to vote later today on a resolution against bigotry. That's after some Democrats came out against an earlier Bill condemning anti semitism was seen as an indirect slap at freshman congresswoman Ilhan, Omar for comments she's made about Israel's influence on US policy. Michigan democrat, Debbie Dingle me to be clear this entire institution Republicans and Democrats that we stand up against hatred bigotry and move onto what he the American people. Want us to do the Queen has posted her first Instagram Queen Elizabeth the second used an ipad to Sharon image from the science museum in London on the Royal family Instagram account,.