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"laura richards" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"New podcast from our library of hundreds of thousands of titles. Here's my Heart Radio Podcast Preview. I'm Laura Richards. Criminal behavior. Analysts. Former New Scotland Yard on my first crime analyst case happened before the start of my career at New Scotland Yard. Its legacy has wide reaching consequences. Even now, I'll be analyzing the Yorkshire Manchester murders, the murders and near misses in the north of England in the 19 sixties, seventies and eighties. The brutal attacks on them females committed by Peter Sutcliffe. Come join me in the intelligence. So every week as we deconstruct this case and figure it out, the crime analyst podcast Sin and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one app I heart radio here the top eagle songs that you've stopped up. Number three. Take God out of town in a booth at a family well, Now it is Memorial Day. Well, it's not the wood. Yeah, well, it's not Memorial Day. It's Memorial Day weekend, and Jerry is already told me he just texted me. Said Skin ain't but 42 people on the island. It was parking lot, and they're all standing in line with the other 42 people in the and the store and there's 112 trying to get on.
"laura richards" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thiss Bloomberg, Daybreak Asia other than the rise ofthe attraction, clearly the U. S China Relations with the People's Bank of China doesn't appear to have been that aggressive in terms of its monetary policy. Volatilities in the risk of drawdown are high and rhythmic matters. They're looking to 2021 because it seems clearer than what we're going to get for the rest of 20 twenties numbered daybreak, Asia live from Hong Kong and New York. On Bloomberg radio. Okay, It's eight o'clock in the morning in Hong Kong. We're going to get the equity market in Tokyo up and running at the moment, along with equity trading in Seoul in Sydney, if you're joining us from the reach in Good morning, I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg Interactive broke a studio in New York. And I'm Juliet Sally in Singapore. Let's get straight to those markets that opening with Bloomberg's Brian Curtis in Hong Kong, Brian Right. Thanks very much Juliet likely to be mixed today, although there may be a little modest, positive tone to the open here, and I'll get to that. In just a moment. A dollar is steady after gaining at the end of last week. The trend on the dollar is still down The Singapore dollar powering up to a six month high, a lot of that attributed to the fiscal stimulus there and And the Hong Kong dollar is also pretty much at the strong end of its trading reign. 7.7503 the Nikkei opening up about 1/10 of 1%, the SX 200 is flat, interesting. Seeing a MP trade about 2% higher and peace Chairman David Murray resigned and both Bahari is stepping down as the chief executive officer of a MPs investment management arm. Company being engulfed in sexual harassment allegations. But again, the stock's up now about 2.5%. Resident, Trump said, Convalescent plasma treatment will be expanded. We'll get you the details on that story. In a moment that may have a positive impact on markets, they haven't seen much yet. Right now, The Cosby is trading flat. We're expecting to see some selling their given new restrictions coming and Ed Baxter as the skinny on that he'll be along in a moment. Macro storms, big storms Marco and Laura Richards, a macro storm, but it's a big It's a big storm Marco and and Laura as well rolling toward the U. S Gulf Coast. I will come ashore right now. We've got crudely but higher 40 to 37 barrel Doug back to you. All right, Bryan. Thanks Well here in the states, Tic Tac is planning to file a lawsuit against the Trump administration as soon as Monday. Now This is over an executive order banning transactions using Tic tac here in the States. And interestingly this comes or would come on the first day of the Republican National Convention. As you know, the president has made tough on China. Centerpiece for his re election bid. Now Tic Tac said that it strongly disagreed with concerns raised by the president who signed that executive order back on August 6th. Tic Tac added it would or it had tried to work out a solution to address the concerns expressed by the U. S for nearly a year, But the company then was given a deadline 90 days after that executive order was signed to divest of its U. S operations, Juliet Well, the House has passed a bill and rolling back service cuts at the U. S. Postal Service delivering for America measure would allocate an additional $25 billion for the Postal Service. The measure also had limited Republican support. The bill passed 257 to 150 with 26 GOP members voting yes, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has told Fox News Sunday. Democrats didn't go far enough to help the country. If we're going to be serious about this, let's get serious about it, and hopefully what will happen is the Republican senators will take this bill when it comes across the amend it and actually a address. Many of the things that are hurting America right now in terms of this pandemic or spots. And Meadows has said on Twitter that Democrats should pass relief for small businesses and unemployment assistance to go along with postal funding. Well, passage of that House bill is unlikely to have any impact on the current situation where postal Service operations are concerned. Over the weekend, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell indicated the Senate wouldn't be taking up the House bill. And at the same time the White House threatened to veto it Today. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called on McConnell to change his stance. Yesterday, the House passed.
"laura richards" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Play a critical role in the grooming of young girls and making them feel safe, and giving this false sense of security and I think it was very predatory and I think the two of them together were were predatory. In how they targeted the girls how they pick them creating this network creating this pyramid scheme and to me it's I. Just find it utterly repugnant reprehensible when she really had the world have feet, and that's what she chose to. Me I couldn't agree more so before we dig into more how they groomed and how it all worked. What do you think? How do you think this will play out so as I understand it? The trial isn't going to happen for another full year. She's basically going to be locked up. This is a woman who came from high living has a lot of money used to luxury. She wants to spend her time in some Manhattan Manhattan Penthouse for the duration of her. This year, which isn't going to happen? So how do you think well? She started? Chirping or whatever they call it and we'll that even that that much singing? Yes, singing like a canary areas. Crossing my metaphors, so what do you? How do you think this will play out? And who do you think we'll get implicated and will really help her that much, but she's still going to end up serving prison time, right? Well I think firstly just how she was arrested is very interesting. Let's not forget wouldn't come out. She wouldn't come out she. If in fact tried to rum and the FBI, had we call it used the commissioners key here when we say you breach entry four century into a property use a commission as key, and the FBI had to do the same. She was not as her lawyer. Mark Cohen said happy to go freely and talk with them. She did not. Come hiding for two years. Yeah. She was in hiding so again. We've got the question there that she was in hiding. She was trying to fly under the radar. She was using a different name. She had bought that House with somebody who they use their name, Scott and Jen Marshall at board, the one million. Dollar home in Newham. Share under an LLC and it was a cash purchase. She had fifteen bank accounts, and it suspected that one of them had twenty million twenty million in it. She had three Paul spools. UK U S and French passport so again? Extradition she had gone on her toes. Say Extradition would have been very difficult. She comes from a network of privilege, international ties and Extremely, an extraordinary financial resources. She? Had security detail hide by family. As she said and she putting countermeasures, she had had phoned him foil. And should be under the radar for at least a year, using a different name changing her appearance, so I absolutely found it incredulous that she pleads not guilty, and she asks to be placed in a Manhattan hotel. Whilst awaiting trial. which again just literally toast to the Otter Arrogance and entitlement and entitlement. You think wow, you are on. Charges here. Understand the scale of what you're facing and your defense you. Oskar to basically be per into a five star hotel in Manhattan to await trial of cases of sex trafficking of the most serious offenses it someone can be charged with. Wow I mean. That tells us a lot about her. And apparently she was very surprised and disappointed. Her legal team that the judge denied knocking her request. which I think, the rest of the world would not surprise the. The request given all of the context that that I've mentioned. You know it's not just one thing. It's multiple things. She's shown that she she's a flight risk. Can actually everything she did spoke volumes about the fact that she was a huge flight risk. So thank goodness. She has finally been put before the court. And yes, you say it will be July I think it's slated for July twelve twenty, two twenty one that this case were combat, so there's a fair amount of time, and of course the big question as you quite rightly say is what will happen. Almost a year. We have certain what will happen. Particularly given what happened with stay, just bury mind. She was arrested almost a year to the day the Epstein was arrested. So, you know the question is will. She starts at all who she name names I. Think Everyone Wants to know that and I'm sure there's a fair few people feeling sweaty or maybe not sweaty. Case maybe doing. Exactly? Wink wink, nudge nudge, you might be wearing traveling clothes or might not be, but you know there will be people feeling under pressure at this point and I thought it was a real concern. grounded in reality that she may not even survive it that she will quote unquote kill herself. You know I think that's I. You didn't use to believe in this stuff, but now I believe that they've got. We really gotTa make sure she stays alive. She's a woman of royal privilege as you say but. Some accounts I've been reading actually said for the last year. She's changed everything, so her appearance changed dramatically. She put on quite a bit of weight a. Purpose and that's why I'm saying. No, there's a judgment about her I believe it was all part of her knowing that she needed to look different and grew her hair, but was wearing clothes that were very different from her Chanelle, and these rule council meshes. She had security team round to say she understands what you what you need to do. Although I would say that I don't think she was particularly sophisticated, because obviously she was tracked down eventually, but apparently she had moved over thirty six times, so she was yeah. Thirty six times never stay in one place for more the out for more than like a few night, so she was trying to avoid. Being found so you have to ask first of all. Why because as soon as sustains arrested. Yeah, an innocent person doesn't behave like that particularly when young girls lives have been ruined, but I. I do think that. They're all questions about her mental toughness I she's lived this life of privilege now she's in a sal, which is actually being moved from cell to cell. Say She's not actually staying in one cell because of the risks to her, they've got her in paper clothes and no sheets with the lights on twenty four seven. I believe she's not actually being God a watched twenty four seven. But I may be wrong on that, but they are doing everything they can. I would suspect that that will continue on across the EU. To ensure the cameras are working. The somebody has got is on her, and they're on objects or sheets and things that are into the cell so that we don't end up with her, not being before the CAU-. It's quite extraordinary I mean you just think? How unbelievable it is that it's even took I mean. The fact that Epstein was given a slap on the wrist and way back. You know twelve thirteen years ago and all of this could have ended if. It had been done properly. An absolute done properly many years before when they chose to turn their heads. You just think how many women how many girls I should say how many girls had to suffer. This trauma because.
"laura richards" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Have happened through my campaign and it's currently being debated in the domestic abuse Bill Aaron Parliament currently. It's such amazing work. Because part of how you've opened my eyes, they're all of this. Work is what you talk about what the language and with the motivation. I saw somebody posts something the other day about Epstein and then. was trying to say how. This is not a political thing turns out. That Clinton was also a sex addict. I'm thinking. Wow, he's just called him a sex addict like that's the way we're maiming this so. UNEDUCATED? How uneducated people are about. Bob Weinstein called Harvey a sex addict I mean it's just like you said. It's all about power, control and entitlement, and then how that manifests itself, which really transitions perfectly into the Epstein dock, which we're GONNA talk about. And his sense of entitlement, and how he was able to hang onto that with power and money, which all goes hand in hand, but I wanNA start with d'alene Maxwell. Who was arraigned this week and thankfully thank God. Held without bail. She somebody that eluded authorities for awhile. And obviously she's from the UK and you're in the UK talk about her, and who she is how she was so central to the sort of whole operation that was running with this Predator scheme with these girls, and and what you think is what's going to happen with her a lot I know. I know the questions there but some. Let's break down exactly and you know I. Think the fact, she's British actually. Lisa is imports them as a as a context you. Point particularly around trust and young girls and women feeding safe. And there is something about having. Lived in America and being British IDC law, and particularly even on the podcast. People think that I can be trusted more because of my accent because I'm British, and that's always really intrigued me, but I think what I've learned about. That is the young girls and women put their trust in galet maxwell for that very fact and the fact that she came across a sophisticated, and she was interesting, interested in young girls in helping them. That's what they thought and the. She felt safe because she was a woman. It's actually the thing that I find the most repugnant. The fact that she was a socialite is she came from privilege? She came from money Robert Maxwell's Dorta with a a trust fund. She could have done all being anything. You know when we think about context. She had the sky was her limit ready. She could have done so many good things in the world with that influence without power. And what did she choose to do? She chose to setup effectively what I'm calling a sex trafficking ring of young girls I'm fed them to agree of men who were predators and pita falls, and she was the person who set that infrastructure not network up, and that's what I find absolutely repugnant, reprehensible given her privileging given her potential to do so much good in the world. And what's your insight into that as psychologist? Why? Why did she do that? That's the big question that still I just don't get it. Why does she abuse such a position of trust? I think you have to go back. With my background in forensic psychology, of course, you always go back to. Childhood and background of where we're the seeds sown, and that doesn't mean to say. She didn't have free choice because I absolutely believe she did. But when you understand how she lived, you'll understand. Probably some of the decisions taken in the being Robert Maxwell's favorite daughter. He had one of his boats named after her, she was born in France. There was nothing that she couldn't have, but there were. She was brought up in a very misogynistic environment and he from a young age tour. The girls and women were there as Objects and to be sexualize. There really is pretty decorations to men, and she would witness her dad after lunch. Take young girls into a bedroom and have sex with them. And that was just normalized now. That's no excuse in any way. Further decisions that she takes later on is a for the formed at fault, but I think when you're desensitized when you live in this privilege bubble when you are made to fill that you could do anything and everything, and you become so entitled that you really believe that. You are able with your peers to set the rules of the privileged on your rules go. They become law. I think that's where someone like her. After her father died and again, there's a big question mark about how he died. Is he was into some pretty bad stuff yet? She. She was vulnerable and she left the UK. Pretty much with tail between her legs, because the image of the maximum family, and who she was as a say light, he would go to the opening of a paper bag quite frankly can crashing down, and she appeared in America, and no one's clear about how she meets. Epstein I've never heard the real story about how they met, but they do. He has a need and she seems to fit I. She's the gateway to through society. She knows. Prince Andrew she knows and is very well connected. He's not. Not, but he has the money. He has the capital and so I think it's like two pieces of a jigsaw puzzle coming together, and it is my belief that she genuinely believed that he had an interest in her, and she may will marry him and I think that's what she was desperately seeking marriage and having a baby and the thing that again. Why does she do the things she did while when you are in love with someone and when you do want that relationship, you are prepared to do things. But. This is to the nth degree. This is rights at the other end of the spectrum that she decides that she's going to literally drop everything and give him anything and everything, and that included giving him young girls were vulnerable, and taking them into the lion's den, and grooming making them feel comfortable and pushing the boundaries slowly eroding those boundaries and I think if. If if it weren't for her, I don't think Epstein could have access the amount of girls that he did, so she really did in my opinion..
"laura richards" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Hello Hello. This is reality of reality I'm. Elise arose in a longtime TV producer and development executive every week on the podcast I talked to interesting people in all aspects of unscripted content. So before I introduce my guest. Today just wanted to talk about a few things that I've been watching on various platforms. I just finished dirtyjohn the Betty Broddrick Story I. Didn't Love It. I have to say I love the first season. I did not think for various reasons that this was great that the acting was really good, but I just felt like the story was stretched so. So far it's not really Betty Broddrick is not a dirty John which is kind of how they framed it, which was weird. and I just thought it kind of boring to be honest, so that's my take on that I did like expecting amy the Amy Schumer documentary series on Hbo Max. I think if you are a man, you probably will not enjoy this. It's A. A lot of her being pregnant, throwing up which I related to I liked, it was very intimate and I thought it was interesting I. Don't know it's the best thing I've ever seen. But I I liked it. One of the best things I've ever seen. Islamic Selah Net flex I think this is a stupendous documentary series about a group doctors working at Lenox, Hill Hospital in. In New, York and it just it really is like a throwback to old documentary. Filmmaking really feels like a fly on the wall. He's doctors are so incredible. They really found excellent characters, and the the stories that they tell are really moving and sometimes depressing, when sometimes really uplifting I highly highly recommend it. I did dip into Zaka Franz new show down to Earth on Netflix. Like his kind of millennial echo version, of Bourdain, going to various countries and cities and sort of learning how they do what they do in terms of the environment, and in different ways and Zach is not the rightist ball. He's very adorable. His side kick is slightly smarter but you know they write him some good via which makes it funny and also pretty informative, so I mean am. I saying you should run to watch it. No I'm not but I I'm kind of enjoying it and now to my guest, my repeat guest and good friend. Laura, Richards Laura is a criminal profiler. Behavioral analyst and Victims Rights Advocate. She's back on to talk about our recurring subject of cereal predators, and how they're portrayed in unscripted content I, wanted to have lower back on now, because galet Maxwell's back in the news. She was finally arrested in the. The Jeffrey Epstein case and she's being held without bail, so we are dipping into Jeffrey, Epstein Filthy Rich, which is the multi part documentary now streaming on Netflix ex? We also get into athlete Al Little. Bit, which is an excellent documentary also on Netflix, and it looks at how group of Journalists and Indianapolis exposed Dr Larry. Nassar's sexual abuse of young gymnasts Laura gets into how our language needs to change when we talk about these cases, the psychology behind these predators, and what we can do to hold them and their enablers accountable. Okay, so we are here with our third edition of cereal predators. That's what I like. Call the Laura Eliza podcast. Think a whole chapter. Book Converse actually here release. It is it is will well welcome back to the PODCAST. Laura! You are zooming him from London. I am. Thank you for having me back. I'm very happy to be a third time. Retana US good ride. Yeah, you take the record you. You leave them all in the dust. Great although I. Just wish there wasn't so many serial perpetrators and predators to talk about, but unfortunately where we are currently means that we have to focus on and obviously honor the victims in the narrative to and create change I'm happy to talk to you about some of the work that I've been doing and some of the things that people be marching across lockdown. Yes, so let's start with your work because you're just tireless every time I. I see your social media just think this woman a does not sleep and be is just not going to give up, and I just love the nasty fighting on behalf of women and survivors victims, so talk about what you've been doing lately. Because it's very important work in the UK and is really going to shift things, so explain for member that our audience is not necessarily the real crime profile audience that is versed in this every day. Yup I. Get it. I talked to everybody about style to anybody. It doesn't matter if you're a politician police officer. Someone, who's interested in tree crime? But this is a matter that really does affect everyone all day. People don't always think that does touch the more effect them so I guess for Twenty Five Years I've worked as you say tirelessly, because it has been a real mission, pray fighting and tracking violent men. and. I've published quite law during lockdown. Just about that work for how it relates to campaign the I'm running and happy running for many years now. Tracks back actually to my work at New Scotland. Yard's when in two thousand and three thousand four, I was profiling domestic violence, sexual offenders and serious offenders, and they had never been done before in the heart of new Scotland Yard I was putting together intelligence analysis about who these men were within the first three months of two thousand and one, and I found that they were very dangerous individuals when I was looking at those who committed domestic violence, rape or serious violence on their partner. And, why I wanted to profile them was because the my first five years at New Scotland Yard I had been working on stranger rape murder abduction cases. and. I just want to tell the story of one case. It was really. Very influential in the start of my career that has shaped everything that I do from from there on out. And it was the case of they were called the railway rapists in the railway murderers. And, in fact, one of them was arrested, there was a case of a number of modernism rapes, primarily north London in the eighties, and it was the WHO who done it type. We've got to find who the stranger repairs and murders all. They were double handed to them doing it together. One was arrested by detective sergeant up on Hamster Heath. Because he writes his wife at knife point and this detective thoughts just as DNA was coming in with his doing that, maybe his harming other women, and so he took his DNA and that matched with this outstanding series. Now John Duffy was before the courts. He was a domestic violence rapist on. He was murdering women outside the home. He was sentenced and convicted and ten years into his sentence. He had never given up the person that he did these rapes and murders with, and eventually he did give give his partner in crime up. who was a childhood friend and his name was David McCarthy, and this is where I got involved in the operation, because we knew Duffy wouldn't make a reliable witness. He was a serial killer, a psychopath and therefore we needed. Evidence to be able to arrest and charge David..
"laura richards" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Wherever you enjoy your podcasts today the focus is on rookies Diana Williamson returned to the court which has brought tons of excitement and hype bouncing back from injury the pelicans forward continues to show he can be a star guest house Jason fitz is joined by ESPN's Andrew Lopez to tell the story of science impact thus far in chart his future again ESPN daily podcast subscribe wherever you get your podcasts Jordan chuckle underrated rebounder defender Jack goes where the ball is managing right loves to play ball you can tell check for three lighter earlier field I'm G. college with rice city ago state is reached the mountain west conference semi finals after surviving a tough test from Air Force Jordan shackles were fourteen of his seventeen in the second half Aztecs rally from seventy three sixty with the win over the falcons at San Diego state aiming for a top seed by the way in the coming in the C. two A. tournament Laura Richard give to Pritchard left corner three six minutes from Jerry Allen their field I'm G. college Payton Pritchard twenty thirteen rank organ cruising Pascal ninety to fifty six they moved back into a first place tie with UCLA in the pac twelve with one game to go racing down the floor one the left reciprocity no there is a fifty three fifty one AJ la del tied a career high seventeen points eleven rebounds as Paul keels a liberal Dynegy college Caleb Weston at nineteen and nineteenth ranked Ohio state past number twenty three Illinois seventy one I. sixty three they won four in a row nine of their last eleven a road matchup against number sixteen Michigan state looms this weekend Ohio state coach Chris Holtmann on Freddie and Fitzsimmons on that ending match up knowledge brutal guys you mean it's brutal and I'll be honest with you like you don't look forward to it you know yeah I think we all like to play in the deepest league in the conference or not you know I'm not saying it's we've got you know five teams they can all get to a final flooded with a lot of teams a convention and stuff like tournament you know as well as I do who knows what you're not what we do have is the deepest basketball league in the conference the numbers have all shown that throughout the year I think it is you can either toughen you up and you can either say listen Mike we had to do in January we have to on the fact that we gotta be tougher we gotta be tougher minded we gotta play better in certain areas or you can just they can knock you out you get really got a choice Gilbert.
"laura richards" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Systems to over one hundred families. So we've his legacy is gonna continue live on through the book through the foundation. And and and you know, it's kind of an honor to always talk about him. So that to me that's like the best thing having the on. And just allowing me a platform to talk about him and talk about you know, his his life and his his legacy and tell everybody when he's hit is because I love it. Yeah. So Hayes hint is exactly what what what we got yesterday. I mean that. So when I sat down into the hardest thing the hardest thing to do the dad is to receive the news that your child has cancer. But I say right up next to that is telling your other kids that their brother has cancer. And and then the the thing that tops, obviously, all of it is telling receiving the news that your son is gonna die. And then trying to realize that really that midst it's to your kids. You know, there's no book on how to tell your kids that that they're brothers gonna pass away. And asserts is as I tried to find ways in order for my kids to grieve in cope in one of the things we we decided to do was anytime that that there was a thing that either reminded us of of Hayes, or perhaps a moment that defies all. All reason kind of like, you know, you reach out saying, you have a daughter Hayes and you live in Newport. I mean, those are things that I think go above and beyond just a consequence. And so we call those Hayes hits, and I share a lot of those Hayes hints on on my screen page. And I'm telling you, there's been some amazing ones. And I you know, you can go back scroll through them. But I do I know that that through this that you know, Hayes is is is looking over us and that our loved ones are close and they interact with us. And sometimes it takes us sitting back and analyzing and realizing those those are how they speak to us in ways like that. So we call those Hayes hints. Well, again, I'm going to post his picture in the group and on my social media. So everybody can see his beautiful face. And I'm so glad that he brought us together. I'm too I know that he had a lot to do with it. And I appreciate it. This is a lot of fun talking bachelor and talking as to to my favorite things. Amazing cake JC, my great guests this week. Debra Newell, Laura, Richards, Michael Kimmel and Steve Tate. I want to remind you to go and subscribe to the show reality life with key Casey on itunes and to leave a five star review. You will also want to join the Facebook group reality life with Casey just put it in the search bar. So you could discuss this episode and other episodes and reality shows throughout the week. You can find me on Twitter at Kate. Casey. I like to tweet during shows and about shows during the week on Instagram. You can find me at at Cape, Casey, C A, and my website is love and knuckles dot com. Next week. I'm going to be talking about a whole new rubel shows have a great week. These days getting to the things that really matter in life can be tough with all the distractions and pressures out there. But at the end of the day, the things that matter that things that we really cherish are the simple ones and dairy milk is oftentimes a part of those moments milk is simple nutritious and fresh from the farm milk is part of moments that should never be taken. For granted.
"laura richards" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"JC welcome back to another episode of reality life with key. Keep this week's episode is really special. There are three parts to this episode. The first part is an interview with Deborah Newell. And then the name's familiar to you, it's because in two thousand fourteen she fell for a man that she met online on an over-fifties single site. The romance turned into a nightmare documented in the six part podcast series, dirty John and most recently into a TV series of the same name on Bravo. Her ex John Mian attacked her daughter Tara in the parking lot of her apartment building two years ago. He stabbed her with a knife as he tried to force her into the trunk of his car, but she fought back and the altercation left him dead and put an end to a two year saga. I was really lucky to secure interview with Deborah. She asked me to do the interview with famed criminal behavior. Analyst Laura Richards, formerly of the new Scotland Yard because it was really important to her that we discuss coercive control, and she hoped that our experience can help other victims now as you will hear she is very soft spoken, and it takes some time to open up. I ask you to remember that this is all still pretty fresh to her this just happened two years ago. And she's as she explains she's really still trying to heal from the trauma. The second part of the episode is with my childhood friend, Michael Kimmel, who I asked to watch show on MTV called Lindsay Lohan beach club. And then the third part of the episode is with Steve Tate father of six from Utah. He reviews the season premiere of the bachelor a show, which he loves now have you ever met somebody? And you can't explain the connection that you have between you, well, that's kind of what happened with Steve. And there's kind of an inch. Interesting story behind it that we both tell in the beginning and the end of his segment, so please sit back and enjoy this episode. Happy new year ready for some big changes this year ring in the.
"laura richards" Discussed on Savage Lovecast
"He still gets to make his own mistakes. And that's frustrating to watch, you know, a teenager without a fully formed brain and some of the parts of the brain that aren't yet fully formed when someone is sixteen years older are the chunks of the brain that game out risk and potential negative consequences. So you might wanna have a conversation with him about that and his sounding board about risk and potential negative consequences. If this experience goes south or is unpleasant. But then at the end of the day only so much you can do can't now the door to his bedroom shot. You can't stop him. You can't slap the dick out of his pants and make sure it can't happen. Eventually have to. Let him make his own choices and make his own mistakes. And then be there for him. If indeed it does blow up or go badly to help him process, it tell them with the fallout if there's any fallout, but maybe there won't be any followed any negative fallout. Just as there wasn't any negative fallout. For me really about that three way. I lost my virginity in so many years ago. And now, you're tweets Lucretia 2014 fourteen tweets, hey at fake, Dan savage. I've been waiting to hear your opinion on Boyer. Raced on the hashtag savage love cast such an important topic. Love the show in you. I'm sorry to say that I haven't yet seen this film. I will try to see this moment. I will try to talk about it in an upcoming show. Tim Douglas tweets, very helpful suggestion. The caller with the boyfriend who won't use Yoder in for his b o might want to look into the natural salt. Stick type deodorant can have harsh chemicals and caused painful breakouts. And blisters I can attest that the salt mineral ones work and don't have the bad side effects and. And Laura Richards tweets, I was just telling my boyfriend about the doggy style caller. And he told me he had a friend who divorced. Her husband because he thought all positions, but missionary were disgusting. So I guess it could happen. If you want us read one of your tweets on an upcoming episode of the savage love cast, be sure to include the hashtag savage love cast. And now some response calls gaining crew is a response to the a woman in episode six thirty five who is longest boyfriend laid on her that she was only going to be living with him half the time 'cause he was going to be moving for school. First of all, I'm really sorry on you sound really distressed second. I think Dan was pretty much right on with everything. Except for the fact that if he's not living with you half the time that means he has to somewhere else half the time, which presumably means to rents maybe I'm just a cynic. But I think this guy is in it to have you split rent with him and save money. So yes, you should definitely break this lease. Let him eat that cost of having to rent one to surf from eleven for being a prick and inconsiderate and two. Yeah, you're gonna have a little bit of financial pain. But consider it a down payment on getting over the emotional pain of this break-up. We were well rid of him. You can do a lot better girl. Hi, dan. I'm calling in response to episode number six thirty five about the caller, whose friend is experiencing domestic violence. Love the show. But your advice was way off on this one. I work as an advocate who helps survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, and I wanted to offer a different perspective. The callers friend is not the one who's playing sick twisted games. Like, you suggested that would actually be the abusive boyfriend, the pieces people are extremely manipulative and use many different tactics to control and hurt their partners. It's so common for people in abusive relationships to stay because of the extreme manipulation experience. Even if the really bad times include almost dying be abuser has away fucking partner back in and making them feel loved and cared for domestic violence happens within the cycle. There's the tension building phase explosion phase and rebounding phase. It sounds like that's exactly what this woman is experiencing. It can take many attempts to leave an abusive relationship before the person is able to get out. And that's not the fault of the survivor at all. It's like the caller was asking me how to best support her friend. But. Dan..
"laura richards" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The addictive internet use restructuring the brain scientific American does high at does addictive internet use restructure, the brain the way, the young brain, especially develops a UCLA study found that internet use has a has a market reaction on brain function. Some people will say. It's a positive thing because it stimulates your brain activity. The study the first of its kind to assess the impact of searching on on brain performance is currently and they're giving us a little preview of this was some years ago. The study results back in two thousand eight were encouraging that emerging computerized technologies may have physiological effects and potential benefits for middle aged and older adults. That's interesting. So they're still pursuing this study. And it's a it's a it's a long-term study internet, searching engages complicated brain activity, which may help exercise and improve brain function in older Americans. That's interesting to the younger Americans see the older Americans. Remember, they grew up without the internet use. So they were able to develop their cognitive functions and not have so much at least of that. I think the caller is right that instant gratification. I want the information now now now no ability to be patient and find the answer reason through a problem. I want the answer. Now, let's go to Richard globe. Arizona line one, Richard. This is a big topic. It's up. There are a lot of different aspects of this. I don't want to sound like, I'm I'm anti technology. I'm not anti technology. But we have to be honest about sometimes where it takes us, Richard. Laura, Richard violence is a big problem in Kentucky killed his mother. Father is twelve year olds here because. Computer was taken from the girl tried to poison her grandparents if you're a teacher in the school and the kid breaks the rules by having a cell phone. You literally risk your life trying to get away from because all of their personal information on that phone, and they will fight you keep that phone now. We're overlooking this factor these phones, this technology is making our kids crazy. Louis crazy because so much personal information. Let's see. Well, let's bring out the issues, Richard. I'm glad you raised that issue violence. Jealousy. Obviously. But that's with Facebook. And checking everyone else what they're doing jealousy. Bullying. Online porn, sexting. And I think that addictive quality, which is this is obvious. I mean, I feel like I use it too much. Right. I it's addicting. It is addicting constantly be in touch. Always always always plugged in. Always. I mean, you don't relax. Relax, but experiencing life. How about breathing looking at the beauty around you instead of craning your neck downward to the smartphone. We went to a concert last week at the Verizon center here are people that paid hundreds of dollars to be on the floor of this concert. Every one of them almost to a person has the cell phone in front of their faces recording the concert. Why didn't you just wait for the video release? They'll release it on DVD. Eventually, they're not really. They're not experiencing experiencing it via television, the a screen when the person is right in front of you..
"laura richards" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"More of the Rick Amato program on NewsRadio eight thirty cage v h. Thirty six in the morning. We're gonna do a little DIY chat. Yeah. Yeah. Just as part of the program. But I was curious if you would mind sharing some of the recipients of the pineapple the ward and see if the light goes off in my increasingly dimming, brain matter, not the worry so our career achievement honoree with Mark Dunkerly. Wind airlines for just turning that airline around and turn it into a multibillion dollar business for attractions and activities. The winner was Greg done out theater. Oh, okay. He's making remarkable efforts to enhance the business side of the operations that everything out there can work better, including the historic preservation side. Let's see we also had a event of the year was climb high which they have an event that is. So this is the visitor industry awards that we do in what we liked about this event was that it was across multiple locations and was kind of like a huge extended job fair for the visitor industry to get young people to realize the range of options that they have before them that the you know, if they're thinking. Wow, it's only just housekeeping or the the front desk. I know it's marketing, it's it's accounting. It's like everything you can think of. The visitor industry needs it. And I've heard this many times from folks in the business they feel like young people here don't know what kind of careers impossible for them in the visitor industry. So that was our our winner for for festival boutique hotel of the year new tiny, come on a beach hotel. Hey, just had a nice remodel and. See? So he's a VP GM over there. Yeah. That's nice mortal. For an end there's an individual category, and that's leadership in hospitality management and our honoree. There is Laura Richards, the general manager of the hanalei colony resort, which I don't know if everyone here knows, you know, ever since the flooding of funny. They they have not been able to operate as a resort. But but immediately. The operated as a shelter, and and and have been doing so much for the community everything that they can do while being beyond where the road ends, including. Working with the DEA we to host classroom space at the resort and for us. It was just a an every every finalist in that category. On top of their game. Really smart people very driven very successful. But for us this. This was the story. This is really a special thing. Right. That someone you bet takes the business that they have at hand and says how can we help with this? You know, that's a great part of what does. And that's why outreach is so important. Because of the creation of this event. It allows the recognition of those whom perhaps may not have received it in any other way. Yup. So thank you for that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. We like it. Lots of coverage about it at Pacific business. News dot com slide show of the event if you couldn't make it to the event and right up soon much greater detail about who the winners were who the finalist were and the things that they've accomplished. Scotty, and I were dabbling in a little bit of business news today. Yeah. We understand that a new groundbreaking industry is imminent here in our fair state and that cuddling. Coming to a boutique or car or anywhere near you. Have you covered? This yet is cuddle parties or whatever they're called coming to is an actual company called Aloha cuddle company. Okay. This is our. Well, it's a little hot cuddle co. So whatever that and then yet they're going to actually charge. I think it was a dollar a minute, and they will cuddle with you. Purely platonic nothing weird going a matter of fact, Peter Carlos quoted in the story, I will cuddle you for two dollars. He does not offer his services. He says he say he's seen nothing that come has come across his desk while he was in office indicating that the cuddle industry was a front for prostitutes. So that's why they brought him on. That's interesting. Well, wow. Emotional support as needed a buck a minute. I may need this for staff meetings. I don't know. Well, we have our own one eight hundred number. We announced earlier today. One eight hundred the letter you please, please don't mind. The professional Cutler attached to my right side. There for your safety and the safety of. I can't imagine you're in a meeting with a person getting cuddled. I yeah. I haven't thought of it that way. What are the possibilities that robotics will enter into this at some point? They bring one in for a performance review. Hey, boss. How're you doing before? We get started here. I just want to introduce you to my professional Cutler. Here to just make sure I feel okay? Well, here's a question for you. Who would you hire to be your Cutler? Who stands out as the potential overhead? Huddle. I'm drawing a blank, I'm not very. Is that you you mean by nature? You're you're not what. Yeah, I'm kind of that way as well. If I know someone well, and there's a there's a precedent hugging. Precedent established. Okay. Then you're down. Yeah. But if I if I don't then I'm like, I just wait for signals. Like is is this social hugger person? Yeah. Well, there's people that even I'm a little bit of this too. I'm bothered by close talkers. If they right Seinfeld. Yes. Even to get to get beyond that to get to a cuddle. I can't imagine. But someone I don't know. I was just reading something about a phenomenon called mischief phonier missile. Have you heard of this missile ah? It's when a certain noise any kind of noise doesn't matter what. But especially noises made by other people sends you into an instant fit of rage or disgust. So like someone smacking their lips or chewing loudly, or whatever or it. It doesn't have to be a person base out, apparently this trait if you have it if you're if you're like instantly frustrated or disgusted by certain noises. It means that you're like a genius or something because you're thought pressing these processes are like bouncing around with fewer boundaries. And so that sound is just like getting in there, you know, when while messing with have I said too much now is it is it perplexed? Look is it simply the audio type situation. Or is it a behavior that would just set you off if someone does it specifically the sound a sound that if you hear it, and and and you go from I guess like zero to six zero to sixty or you know, like the guy behind you at the movie theater going. You know, if you hear that. And you're ready to just turn around.
"laura richards" Discussed on She Who Persisted
"She's a victim to now. You know? Yes. And she as far as we know she was not involved in those crimes she had nothing to do with it. As far as we know so leave leave her alone. And also again, it's the sing of blaming a woman for man's choices. Oh, yes. Absolutely. Screw all of that. The media. Can you know, it makes me so angry when we start to see I think there was a a mass shooter who they started to blame. You know, the girl who who broke up with him and one of my friends took that headline that's out like that, you know, girlfriends break rake up with girlfriends ferns mass shooter kill people at this at the high school, which again this only happens in America. But she liked crossed it out and said like toxic masculinity leads shooter to you know. Yeah. Classmates at high school and was like there. I fixed it for you has let's bullshit didn't have anything. She. She it's perfectly fine for her to say, I don't wanna date you. Yeah. But I think it's just so telling that even in the year of metoo, and all of that, you know, America's most toria serial killer gets caught and the media does the exact same thing that it does every Tony which is blaming women for it. Because what else are you going to do? Yes. Yes. Yeah. And then I think, you know, one thing that I was wanted to talk about is basically loss thing that I wanted to talk about is another to crime putt that every love which is real crime profile, and it's done by three posts and two of them are actual foam. Investigators and profiles, Jim Clemente. And Laura vets and I love Laura, Richard. So she was a profiler and investigative new Scotland y'all Toshio also has the most perfect British actions accent, which is wonderful listen to it's just so great to listen to and he's reading obsolete heroin of mine. So she is the expert in the field of soaking domestic violence and curse. Control. She is like an advocate, and she's not just a puck also. But also advocate when it comes to that. And she also co created. A risk assessment tool. Which is I think dusk risk-assessment full. Investigators and people in law enforcement to kind of assess the risk for women of being of victims of male violence, and she's also the founder of a stoking advocacy service in the UK and all of that. So she's really an amazing woman. And of course, that makes the puck cost very very interesting to listen to because they talk about very big cases, such as the OJ Simpson case all the Steven Avery case of making a Mudra also that you'll Scopus stories case or amend Knox. What have you? And she always brings a feminist perspective to table and also expertise on the subject because he worked with victims of stalking in control. And she very expertly links instances of male violence to kind of broke a structural problems and talks about toxic masculinity, and male entitlement. And what it can lead to. And also in the context of those very well known cases cases, which is a perspective that is usually not part of. How the mainstream media talks about these things, and what deals to do is that they always say the names of the victims and sometimes leave out the names of the perpetrators. And definitely don't mention them Monaco's that they sometimes use for themselves in the case of Syria choas, which also like. Yes. So I think in mainstream media we often have this case of glorifying meal. Perpetrators completely forgetting the victims victim blaming them even blaming women for you know, men doing out of male title lament, toxic masculinity. And I think she really really brings such great expert opinion to the table that is also feminist expert opinion. So I can really highly recommend become profile because of her in also Twitter feed because also in the case of the Golden State Kayla. She kept tweeting about it. And she'd also made very interesting points concerning that case and another pocus, it avai is red handed, which is also purchase put costs, which is done very similarly to my favorite murder..
"laura richards" Discussed on Undisclosed
"You know this is where she was hiding or living after she left him so of course you know when they get back together if there is a pattern of of using control it's not unlikely that he would then say you know it's her fault don't put yourself in the way when she could be the one getting in trouble well listen to laura richards podcast all the time about the course of control in you know right off the bat you can just opens the mind till speculation of if he was abusive enough for her to leave him that he's willing to do anything to get it back and and the fact that the police let him remain in the room for that interview is sort of banana docking yet shockingly inappropriate i would think no matter what his involvement is colin kim any claims made about just kind of you know the poor investigative issues like this for instance that you have a witness who might be under duress being questioned you know in the presence of an abuser and some of the other things that happened in this case i mean these are all things that that offense can raise it trial on their as some of them certainly to say that these were issues offered instance with jackie hatcher and the whole attempt by him to buy the farm and how that might have tainted his testimony these are all things you can sort of poke holes in a trial but the question is whether it's actually very convincing to the jury and in this case it seems like the jury was fairly convinced by this whole package of evidence that the prosecution had presented to them now calling you open the episode with that sherlock holmes maxim which we've all heard in lots of variations and i love that you mentioned the star trek one i remember that very clearly once you eliminate the impossible whatever remains no matter how improbable must be the truth colin what bothers you so much about this maxim i think this is something that definitely a informs a lot of jurors thinking at trial and then be informs a lot of pellet judges and that is the case.
"laura richards" Discussed on Classic Races
"A tough time elastic gets another caution and his able to put some more tires on that thing but i'll tell you the car that impresses me and he's impressed me all day long is richard petty he's able to keep that sdp pontiac rot down on the inside of the racetrack that could work to his advantage if the grace runs own under green from here on out as others their tires heat up they're going to slip up the race track a little bit when he's working that good download that'll be his advantage so tell you might watch out for the for the man that's been around for a long long time i've been a long time since he's one one it's trend runs to what it did in the first couple of hundred laps here fairgrounds raceway this afternoon that could welcome through because as the laura richard run the longer on a set of tires and everybody else started dropping back he seemed to get a little bit quicker if that happens in the final hundred laps he could indeed be in victory lane ricky rudd told us yesterday he knows just how tricky this racetrack is he's one here but he's lost a lot of races here to track little slippery all day and you have to fight the car all day long track we go to when you get the car i work in perfect and a stay that way all day at richmond you very film never see it like that you might have a good bit victory lap and then attract get slipper like everybody eventually ended up having trouble getting up on the corner some cars can go more or less than other cars before they start having trouble but eventually everybody ended up running in problem about four tenths of a second now back to darrell waltrip as he just watches dale earnhardt work traffic here in the final one hundred laps they're down in the middle of turns one and two as they scoot off the corner earnhardt's gonna catch a pack of about three or four cars over and turn three j d mcduffie funny errington cars to get by wall fat to behind her.
"laura richards" Discussed on Today's KCCR
"That was servier see our weather today we're looking at mostly cloudy skies a high of twenty degrees it's be chilly all week long four tonight partly cloudy low around three yes single digits of three four two thou wednesday pardon me increasing looks like roh have cloudy skies a high of just twenty two degrees once night i chance of snow after midnight cloudy low around twelve thursday chance of snow cloudy the high near twenty shifted so by the way wednesday i just a thirty percent thursday there say it a better chance of snow for us a fifty percent chance of now of course we'll know probably more about that tomorrow in into tomorrow night thursday looking at a slight chance of snow again mostly cloudy low around one right now the capital he the chilly temperatures continue it's eight degrees the wind chill at minus eleven we've got the wind that of the southeast currently at each team in the wind blowing the flags moving around that's for sure trees as well and cloudy skies no sunshine at all but is brighten up here the last hour so but not seen any sunshine may rise after we get some sun but as of now we're looking at eight degrees when chill at minus eleven wins out of the southeast curley at eighteen cold start to our day it's going to be a cold week so just buckle in but it looks like next week we're looking pretty good when you look ahead but of course totally tuesday so here we've got that going on all the way for an extra gabor key sierra music cub in your way key our time is now at eleven twenty four lcd nick cave day after day and as lonely aig i i the fbi fast see how how can we say am oh man all i am i race man i saw laura lance i am seeing ana june long chances the eu you then dowd why all i how grave meaning on you one this maroon emily now the aim james gunn ming an no way laura sampha me laura richard arts there for a hearing today's key seac titi here's us through the 11 o'clock hour on the way for you next hour got gotta cnbc business report kevin your way music.
"laura richards" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Call laura now one eight five five forty laura richard like quite a lot of people took like fireworks it pete it was the first route very quick my artifact shot ferry where well a woman called in to my friend michael savage is radio show yesterday and michael and i were talking on the phone last night and he said i want you to hear what she said and he sent me over an audio clip of the call and i thought it was worth playing this is someone who was at the concert we have a lot of vegas lists listeners who were also at the concerts i want to hear from you and this is what she described let's listen or we noticed in i have noticed who in i think even the latter police officer there was shot that were higher pitch there was shot that were lower sounding and hayward going after she prime in the lower shot were getting closer to us and thinking oh my god somebody walking in the crowd brain they're going back and forth in shooting people and he was getting close air a shot which dot the officer got up and walked out and i heard here is radio kc right fair and we heard we have asked hitter and then my office he shed wariebi where he he him if he behind you have a visual mm she described a very different seen near on the ground amine again things are crazy i a you could talk to five different people have five different accounts of what happened but there were not now it's a confirm that it were 9 minutes of weapon fire nine minutes eight five five forty laura sixteen unanswered questions about the las vegas shooting that mainstream media don't want to talk about great peace zero hedge the hotel room photos leaked in one of those photos appears to show a suicide note why hasn't the public been told what's in this no they claim it's not a suicide now what what was in the know were there additional shooters will play a soundbite for you when we come back before we talk to cliff van zandt about what sheriff lombardo said about the supposed superhuman qualities of mr patrick.
"laura richards" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The spanned is from london they're called dinosaur they are led by the trumpeter and composer laura adjoured that we've heard laura's music in other contexts on this program in the past but this bear dinosaur was just announced as one of the the band's shortlisted for the prestigious mercury cries over in the uk which is generally a at award that goes to and in iraq bad dora an underground rap artist usually doesn't go to pay trumpeter slash composer life laura richard now she's a long shot they are our long shot to win the award but the fact that they've been shortlisted says something about this band in their diverse approach to music making which includes elements of jazz chamber music and a bit of a sometimes a bit of minimalism in a rock groove at all comes together in this piece called awakening you'll here this band dinosaur on tomorrow night's edition of new sounds that if you're curious to see the full list of nominees for this year's mercury prize it's part of my weekly music round up that i do for the subject podcast so you can find that are other website which is seven check dot org meanwhile this music and some likeminded bans will be tomorrow night's program of new sounds you're at ninety three point nine fm and online at new sounds dot org you're listening.