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"linda england" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"If we care about the law at all if we'RE GONNA if we're going to. Look at it a as as something of value in any way at all. Then we have to say okay. Their rules of evidence they're wasting should precede. There's a presumption of innocence now. I don't think Harvey Weinstein could get a fair trial anywhere. actually I mean. He was convicted in the press and that was you know part of the problem I mean and that's part of sex. Yes, next panic is really immediate panic and it it makes. it makes assertions. It says this happened. The. Social Media and then the story alone Al. the jury gets it. No, no, no, it's every day every minute every medium. And and so I think it was very hard. I mean I think what they did was? I. Mean I've no idea, but it seems like they negotiated in some way because they dropped the most extreme charges, which which demanded if they had accepted, those would have demanded that they. They do something that was completely insane. They would have had to find that the state had proven it. He had raped a woman unabridged Shura era twenty seven years ago. But the state can't bring a case against him for that, because it's outside the stench of mutations that so it brought it in the back way, and said well okay, we'll throw her in. After all she's a star. Right. I think we got frozen. What is going on? Okay, so I can't talk to her though. Okay so interestingly in Joanne's book. She also talks about a Harvard Professor Ronald Sullivan who was fired pretty much. Let go because he was on the Harvey Weinstein Defense Team and he tried to say that everybody deserves a defense. Every defendant, especially unpopular ones. Every friend is deserves a defense. You know, and is not guilty until proven innocent right. Max and that's what we're losing in this country. Yes, we are we are. We lost a long time ago, but now it's just. They've taken over and by the way always never think it's the government. I think is the people that run the government. You, know good guys. Run the government bag. Guys run the government. Yeah, so I mean. I'm not a fan of Harvey Weinstein or a Non Fan. It's just very alarming to me to see how he the jury pretty much seemed to have been listening to media both social media stream more than than than what was going on in the trial at in essence I mean. That whole trial thing to meet. A bad. Deal gone bad. Yeah, a bad business deal. Really. She wanted fame and fortune. He had money and power. Hey sounds good. You know what do I have to give. She didn't get the fame and fortune guys. Anyway I I I know less about that than some other things I guess I'll talk about a different type of sex scandal which she has in her book, and she has many different types of sex scandals, and this one was one that went on in. Two thousand four I believe. It was, and it was an offshoot of the. War On Iraq what I call the rape of Iraq just to keep our sexual metaphors going. And then we had this phenomenon that I called Bush's w porn. which is. What went on at Abu Ghraib and I did this collage inspired by this POW porn which I call theatre of cruelty because that is really. What this was A. Just very elaborate and crazy theater of cruelty, but it was extremely connected to the war itself to the bombing itself, and of course Bush. He said he was disgusted. Although I think you know this is kind of probably would turns them on actually I kind of think, so that's why I put the religious imagery, and with a two, and you notice Dick Cheney has the sign of the devil and anyway so. Joanne has this great chapter on grave and the trial of Lindy England. Who was the young woman here who? was in a Lotta pictures. A lot of the the hot. The High Mucky mucks weren't so upset about what they did so much that they took pictures of it. But, of course, a lot of people like to take pictures, and so she took pictures, and they took pictures, and she was really just following orders I. I mean Yeah. Maybe she should have said I won't do this because this is beyond the Pale, but she's twenty one and not exactly rocket scientists, but you know. This whole thing was blamed on people like Lindsey England and I and the the high mucky mucks highest of whom would be Cheney and push Bush George W anyway. and I say pussy, but really pussy as a complement. This guy in some ways worse than trump. He's certainly. Bombed a lot of people although trump is catching up by killing people through covert, but but Bush you know bomb, the crap out of Iraq and Afghanistan. And what did we get out of it? Nothing and we got a lot of bad juju. And killed a lot of people. Are People there people? Anyway, read this book for this amazing chapter and and also check out Dr. Susan Bloch Dot Com for this amazing collage. Yes and counterpunch where I have my Bush's POW porn. From an Arctic of it. Yes Dr Gallery. We had this art exhibited our gallery in the art exhibit. Yes, yes, absolutely so is! Joanne back. Okay well I dealt with talking about Abu Ghraib, so we don't have to say one thing. In case you didn't notice it I mean, and that's the I mean I suppose you must have which is which is that? That's the only thing that people were were charged with it. They were only charged with sex related crimes. They weren't related. They weren't charged with what they did for their work. They, were charged with what they did on their off hours, right? They always said. Rape is a terrible thing, but murder is worse. Yeah a lot worse, Bayden murder anyone, but but the people who did murder. People are just. Yeah, they didn't. They got punished for because they're. Their treatment was somewhat sexual. You know. Maybe nobody got off on it. They said it was deviant. These were not regular soldiers, they were deviants, but they were asked by the interrogators to soften up these sold. As to do any of what they did, they weren't as to what they did, but they were asked to soften them up to make them more pliable. What they did for their jobs. was now what they were charged with. So you're right completely. They were asked for instance to keep somebody awake to a beat. The cell bars to make a lot of noise to and. A put the. Subject to sensory deprivation, but. What they were charged with was what they did when they weren't at work. When Military Intelligence! Right now you, there's Linda England military intelligence wasn't telling them to do anything about these prisoners. These prisoners were common criminals. These soldiers were just letting off steam, because these prisoners had rioted because the prison conditions were so bad, and so they decided that they were going to have fun with some, and then prosecutors said we don't torture for fun. Okay well I still blame Bush. That's looming. Even! If they were having thing is what what I'm saying. The distinction only is that none of this none of this. All of this could be. Could. You know denounced by the US government. Because it wasn't their jobs right what they did on their jobs, which was far worse, actually, this was terrible because humiliation right but what they did on their jobs was actual. Torture sensory deprivation. You bear well, it's all. To me, really a lot all these things and so I just think that the people that belong in prison are mainly Bush and Cheney and. Maiming and that woman Gena? The CIA anyway before we go I want to ask you two more quick questions, one is, did you yeah, we gotta go 'cause we got cut off so anyway. Ron. Jeremy is our friend. He's been on the show just many many times. I've known him for thirty years now. He's in prison. Jail in Twin Towers jail did on accusations of forcible rape. Rape isn't forcible, but Yeah, anyway, and and some kinds of assault or unwanted, touching organised groping. A lot of charges ninety years I think yeah yeah. Yeah. So. Did you look him up? I did you know and Such a complicated story because it seems like there's Ron Jeremy the person WHO's. twos arrested, and then there's Ron Jeremy Character, and it seems that Ron Jeremy from very much that I've read. It seems that he's he's being. Oh. Well, he was accused in twenty seventeen, and there was a tremendous amount of pylon back then. Sort of about his performance at these various could venues various offense, and now there are many more people who have come out saying me, too. You know. He hurt me, too, but But what I find complicating is is just that the relationship between A. Between what he what was expected of him at many of these conventions, and what the fans expected of him for him to be as I think. He said legendarily crude, loud mouth, ribald porn porn star, and that's exactly what they got you know and people wanted him to grab the Moore groped them more, and he said to rolling stone..
"linda england" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Our number two would be being a middle your affect your calls but just quickly lighting that that's governor Cuomo out in New York announcing that what is it an S. C. pure row or whatever they've got some company and I think this prisoners involved that are making New York state hand sanitizer but what you can't hear there but you have to see if you haven't seen the video did you put up a blog about lightning did you put up a block of the Cuomo video I personally did it but it's on WRKO dot call because I've seen it so I don't want to put up later to watch it because he he he does this for eighty doesn't weird the way white said in his answer you know usually you wipe it all right does this weird motion but then he he cops it in his hand it smells of lilac I I think I smell some people have been resolved does anybody know what's that I'm sorry who says floral bouquet he's been a I'll give them that like battling like I don't know maybe though just that just stood out to me I know what he's like a he's overselling it loves this is not I I'd be sending it out but that's one lips nose with tulip smell I did I said you're right now described as a male I have no why why can't you just say has a floral so what's the difference between tulips melon lilac like he's clearly not comply well lilacs to sell small little bit different but that's because I I know but he's just trying to this is stuff that I've heard people use with so I can't think of any others are you he meant lavender I think when you're on the line yeah probably but then what he does is he takes his hand though weird sticks it in the face of the person sitting to his right does what do you smell in other words smell my hand like I thought we were in a press conference in governor Cuomo's smell my hand it was a music unbelievable seventy ones is V. M. I. T. is asking all staff and students to enter where they have traveled out of Massachusetts in a database they're traveling everything everyone does their tracking again this is where you but it we always get down on like what how much government is too much government and how much do you want them to be able to do that's why it becomes important whether we are in a state of emergency you're not currently we're not in Massachusetts my prediction is in forty five minutes or so we will be Charlie Baker is gonna press or two o'clock and my guess is knowing Charlie who likes to follow other people's lied a lot because New York is declared a state of new emergency because New Jersey has declared a state of emergency Washington has declared a state of emergency Charlie's going to declare a state of emergency even though there's no indication publicly that what has currently happening Massachusetts calls for a state of emergency but Charlie is going to call for one I think and then that's where the M. I tease of the world go okay we're just gonna go fascist on you we need to know where your papers where if you ban who have you seen what do we want all your information and you're either gonna go along or you're not going to be there that's just how it's going to be we'll see what Charlie does it too obviously will be covering it and we'll carry it some of it for you when it comes up in the meantime what should be shut down which should be shut down how upset he about the St Patrick's day parade in Boston if your get someone who goes to that thing should they cancel the one in Holyoke currently they're not Worcester's debating whether it should cancel there is lots of stuff going on right now Rick is on the south shore Rick you're first this hour here on WRKO Hey baby how you doing good record Hey these are the gentleman before me was there was kicked out of the harbor I have one of the members not only do I want I will buy you know you're right room and board I don't want to pay for virtual teaching when bites out those in that act of the library the science lab which is vital to her what she's doing help after school with the teachers if they need it Amherst cancelled basketball for spectators last week at the doing it on this weekend everything that they stand out is it there's nothing going on right now it's under control but last night we got what we got this notice about this they're calling it a disease and my thought is about thirty eight BB you've gotta approve iris or you've got to win what's that raised an eyebrow more the disease right but now so this is why Rick young there's a lot to learn these things so it was called the corona virus right but notice like intellectuals people at Amherst for example they like to refer to it as covert nineteen do you know why that is one is they sound smarter than you they're more in tune second well do you know what the D. stands for and because of it jolly disease cove it all in for is corona CEO virus V. I. D. disease cove it that's how they got cold it's the dumbest name ever but the reason why they're doing that shift is to get the D. out there because it's what you said disease implies much more fear and it it leads to much more oh my god where is viruses like virus I guess we all get it one of the problems we have here Rick is so if I went to the Bruins game I'm go I would go if I had tickets why because I would assume they've sterilized to the best of your ability I might say to myself look I'm gonna try to avoid the bathroom if I can I'm gonna try not to touch too much stuff I'm not going to order snacks whatever but I want to watch the game now if I get sick as a result of that Rick what I think to myself is I'm going to have the flu and I'm gonna get quarantine for two weeks but I will not only survive it there is no long term ramifications at all to that because that's what is the flu is right exactly but if it's a disease or what now is eating away at my flash am I gonna not avid use of my limbs going forward like is there something chronic that comes with it and that's where the red flag goes with the word disease so that's why the distinction you're right it's much more to spread fear I think you know the the greatest generation those that are still with us are rolling their eyes and the ones were not with us any longer a rolling over in their graves this country is the media driven bias that they're dealing with it off virus at the terms will be killed in the next sixty days that the temperature gets warm we are merged next year maybe you are in the fall maybe we have a vaccine it's a flu virus well I'll tell you a couple things right one is like back to your Amherst offspring for example like so you can't go to our Amherst basketball game because that's too risky but the Holyoke parade which has like five hundred thousand people added that's still on and we're not shut Matt down this is this is the problem that people have been explaining it and then so you want to have confidence that they know what they're doing and they understand what they're grappling with but it's hard to rectify cancel Amherst basketball but don't cancel Holyoke parade right so well they don't have control over that yeah and also one brings in a lot of money in so suddenly even though it's really risky and we want to err on the side of caution caution comes with a price there there there can be no doubt why else wouldn't they cancel the Boston Marathon lightning do you think they're not canceling it because they think it's low risk or do you think they're not canceling it because it takes an incredible amount of planning it's an incredible amount of preparation it's an incredible amount of people that have done the work to make this happen and they're going to compete in the thing so they don't want to shatter the dreams they don't want to do with the fundraising nightmare that they might have an answer all of that sort of stuff but if everything is being done a C. with an abundance of caution then the abundance of caution dictates that you would cancel that event right we can't possibly have a handle on corona virus in time for the marathon and yet we're acting like everything's cool with that not cool to attend Harvard however in so we're left with do they know what they're doing or not and did some up for you up to you to decide I can just tell you in my personal case I'm not into the marathon obviously I'm not I've never run it nor does this body indicate that that will ever happen one too I think I've been to it like twice in my life and I wouldn't be going this year but I would go to the Bruins I would go to the Celtics I would go to the red Sox when they get called one and for me that's a roll of the dice worth it and I would take my kids there because Hey it's expensive be it's going to be a memory for our kids and if we get sick look we'll deal with it in world will we feel like we'll be equipped to quarantine get the medical advice we need to with our doctors all that sort of stuff and I'm okay with it six one seven two lighting's gotta believe beating grand interface you things I think Linda England has a very interesting point so let's go to our window in your next RKO AV V. thank you so much for taking my call I've got two points to make really quickly you forgot to mention that now Cuomo stated that if you go on to the website and ordered the the I. hand sanitizer you get a fifteen percent discount if you click on his picture and type in the code stupid moron is that true anyhow I mean I mean really why because what got me is it his big selling point I didn't you wouldn't have been stupid moron but is there some sort of code he was bragging about how it's way cheaper than any store bought sanitizer rail or something if I A. D. competes with them or when I'm clear on the whole thing like how is that how are they getting a hundred thousand gallons of this made and how how do we know like is some company just doing this out of the goodness of their heart for the state of New Yorker and how big big pay back I'm sure that his relatives are probably in on this I mean come on it you know from the top down somebody's making a ton of money and the last name is probably Cuomo or close to it second thing I wanted to make a second point I want to make to it as a marathon runner myself you train months and months and months in advance of the marathon and if they cancel the marathon this year it is such a slap in the face to all these runners who've trained for so so long hoping to compete in this marathon I hope they do not cancel it well again let's I was talking about so I don't know if you follow this yesterday Linda we have a sales person here Audrey who's going on a Disney cruise during April vacation with her kids spent a lot of money on this cruise she told me yesterday she was going to cancel it so I was texting her in and we were talking again today as it did you listen did you not canceled she said why haven't yet I said okay don't this is I said you can do it if you want a hundred obviously she's a big woman our cheap you got kids but what I would do if I were her it's only when you have to cancel it you don't have any cancel an April trip on March tenth like let's see how this thing goes also let's let Disney make the call Disney will decide if it's safe or not and I have a lot of confidence in Disney the day will take the necessary steps to do the best they can to keep you safe it doesn't mean they're definitively gonna keep you safe what they're gonna try their best I think that's true of the TD garden right now that's why I would go to the Bruins game I think they're trying as best they can to keep these environments as sterile as possible under the circumstances I could not agree with you more and one more thing I was planning on taking a trip to China in the Beijing in April I just don't Justin overnight to come back the next day and rescue gold bring back some golden retrievers back into Kennedy airport and transport them over here to Massachusetts I do volunteer work for Yankee golden retriever rescue down in Hudson mass and they have been saving all my gosh over the years dozens and dozens and dozens of golden retrievers were rescued from slaughter houses over there and because of this.
"linda england" Discussed on The First Degree
"That we wanted to take by there and the hard part because she always both the teams risk of we went by there not on doors. There was no sir we won't bury the windows adore nothing but we will and nobody becomes terribly alarmed remember. This is the nineties. There's no cell phones owns. You're not texting all the time. People aren't constantly in touch as they are today so nobody's you know alarm bells going off. Plans change not a big deal. Glen's truck wasn't isn't there and no one answered when she banged on the door. It was very out of character for Linda to just completely flake with no communication but I don't know you know. Maybe something unexpected had come. Homma thought maybe she was out running errands or something. We couldn't figure it out. I mean we didn't know what she was doing with. Eli Really went by there. You'll know is actually had a cousin that lived in a different apartment complex behind on her. He said he had not seen her then. I had another president lived across the way an apartment complex Besa. They had not seen her. We went by there Wednesday. We went Thursday and body. We went by there on Thursday night. My hand says well. I'm just GONNA go ahead. Hey this window and you go on in and see about them on the well. She's got a comeback. I think it was a screwdriver so I'm trying to pry. She couldn't the window of they should. I well. We'll you know we'll just we'll come back tomorrow. Body we actually went back and my grandmother taught choosy. Landlord is you. You know we haven't heard from Linda. We need to go in to see if if there's anything that leads us to where she might be so we can't find Glenn. We haven't talked to either one of them. So by the time somebody was let into to the apartment to check on things it was November third across the maintenance man and he he was actually his son what's good France my brother so he said I will get the call here. We will let you all in and we will let the cop our CNN endorphin a cop migrants survey. We'll talk about that. She calls in Gotham officers to come out and he left the offer certain and we kind of stood by the door of the apartment and soon almost fair so that we'd be you there while the cop goes in and we there were from family members looking bedroom window where the blinds were opened watching watching the police officer goes through the apartment and you could say he went through the living room through the kitchen and then he came back and went through the hall and went into the master bedroom and asked where you know they were looking then because he went out and went into the guest bedroom room and then last he went into the bathroom and come out and he looks at my grandmother and he is till tell it goes and he said mom she's in there and it's bad and moral just fell apart. I mean that's crystal missile said somebody who worked maintenance allowed the police to go inside. Linda England's apartment in what they found was a brutal brutal brutal crime scene. Linda had been starved to death and her body was left in the bathtub and there was a wash cloth over her face. There were peculiar things at the scene. There was a bloody mop. The kitchen sink bloody paper towels in the garbage garbage can and blood smeared on the floor as if someone had attempted to clean it up but that abandoned the job halfway through after realizing their efforts were useless then the apartment was also described by police as being in disarray with cassette tapes beer cans and ashtrays full of cigarette butts scattered on the floor there were blood smears on the kitchen floor and garbage can that contained bloody paper paper towels as well and there was another chilling discovery at the scene so I just got back from a two week long vacation and and I hate washing my hair on vacation because it takes such a long time and I was able to let my hair go a few days because I was using living proves dry shampoo it is he's my favorite so living proof approaches the toughest beauty challenges with technology from MIT scientists so you're that you're dealing with science and not just marketing gimmicks from damage to volume two texture. 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She has several stab wounds chip to stab wounds under her right breast. One Stab wound above her right breast one stab wound on her right side just below the armpit and one stab wound to her right shoulder blade area so Linda is is gone. She's dead and her new boyfriend is nowhere to be found. You can think of what happened what we didn't know the of it and it's not by. Y'All got out of here. We've got the area and we're GONNA the need to go to a one area so we can question. Everybody is homicide scene. Thanks so we have to get everything done in red lipstick on the Bathroom Mirror was Glenn Dan. We found you. Maybe you know what does this mean going you know and we provide it wasn't. Glenn buys and he here with us to console to feed us through. This is an eight year. Where is he at the brutality of the crime. Obviously mostly shocked the police and their investigations started with who was closest to Linda that was obviously her family and they're working to rule certain people out they had to consider what what was written on that mirror in lipstick somebody after Glenn or did he do this and wrote that on the mirror as this Kinda rose so they decided to call police departments and neighboring states to see if there are any crimes with similar ammos and as the police were on the case Linda's family was grieving and started planning her memorial service for for Linda grandmothers an aunt that up everything for the funeral. I think that was the parents part of everything My Grandmother was shielded me from everything she didn't want anybody. Why tell me the severity of the wounds. The MOM MOM has gotten. She has a funeral and I kissed. This was her choice but to tell me a little bit about it so she comes to me but you know they've asked if we won't it isn't as to why you know. WanNa be Emphysema murder I want to you know.
"linda england" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Your sins came over to the, the Orkney or Shetland islands or whatever. Well, the northern tip scou- and did their marauding kicked out people that were there. You got radars. Isn't he had addiction? Up until bunch of came along kicked a bucks out in Santa to another bar, Scott. Wow, years ago. Are you? Mortal enemies thought, you know, maybe guessing coded in the DNA. That's why we fight so much appropriate you're together. Now. I feel sorry for my kid probably. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you for the call, Mark Henderson. That's an interesting. That's a name that is associated with the Vikings. I wasn't I wasn't aware of that. Now, that's what well that's what he said, according to this fall of names. The Vikings of the gun as raiders and ended up settlers as, as they did in Normandy in northern France, when they, they settles on, they intermarried with the local population. And so that's how the. Norman's window between Linda England. Let's go to TJ, who is calling in from the state of Rhode Island TJ. You're on beyond reality radio with Dr Christopher McIntosh. Thank you. Thank you question for Dr MacIntosh, but he sort of anticipation, my question when he started talking about the old religion restoration movement because I had originally seen it in grief among the, the people there, and I had known how much it spread to northern Europe and my question than would play off of that. And Dr MacIntosh if you could tell me, how many people come forward either within these movements or without claiming to have had direct contact with any of the personalities spirits beings? What have you in, in their own day today experiences? Well, I think by many different ons to that depending on who you us. There are some people. Attitudes towards the deities very a great deal. Some people would say that they are actual. They're real artists who actually appear in everyday reality. I'm getting I'm getting an echo slide. So. Which is distracting me a little bit. Yeah. No. It's okay. No, it's okay. Yes. For example, the, the founder of the motor movements in Iceland, and on Valentine's claimed that he had actually met of the God, Odin one day while he was walking in the countryside. So. There are other people who regard them as symbols symbols for full, she's in the universe, and our selves. Of variety is different news. The, the whole question of, of continuity. How what extent of these modern movements continuity? Engine times. And again, I think that there is from. One. Another. In the case of the Nordic. There is perhaps more continuity than. Because we have the other. So we have a very detail of the. Jeez. I don't know that question, does it. I think it does. We lost TJ, but would you appreciate his call? We have just a couple of minutes left with Christopher McIntosh and, and final question for me. Christopher what's next for you. Of course you your book is brand new. It's out as of may in paperback beyond the north wind. Do you have another project in the offing something else that you're anxious to kind of delve into at this point? No, I'm I'm looking around for another project. Lying fallow. You just need somebody who's a fan to come up to you and tell you what your next book should be. Oh, well that would be good. Yeah. Yeah. That can be helpful. Christopher we thank you very much for spending.
"linda england" Discussed on Hostage
"Refused to eat anything that wasn't brought tour in its original packaging if big John prepared a meal for her. She shoved it aside and refused to eat. She worried that he would either poison her or tranquilizer. So he could get a photo of her looking dead to make the police stop looking for her. If it seems shocking that Katie was able to act with such presence of mine while being held hostage by a suicidal pedophile. It is according to the Harvard center on the developing child childhood resilience or the ability to spring back from adverse childhood experiences is most often seen in children with at least one secure attachment to a trustworthy adult. But for Katie every significant adult in her young life head neglected abused or ignored her and Butler. The mother of Linda England was mostly kind to Katie and ask Katie to call her mom, but an also helped to lure Katie to Linda's house, even after Sal Ingle area had confessed to molesting Katie Harvard. Scientists also point two three other factors in the development of resilience. I a sense of self efficacy and perceived control. Second opportunities to strengthen adaptive skills and self regulatory capacities. And lastly, sources of faith hope and cultural or religious traditions. Nothing about katie's childhood was good or even acceptable. But in a way, it's possible that being forced to do an adult chores and errands from a young age actually function to develop her crucial sense of self efficacy and control. And it may be that the amount of time. She spent unattended visiting local businesses allowed her to strengthen some adaptive skills, Katie wasn't religious, and she didn't come from a culture with well defined traditions, but she had specific goals for her life. She wanted to go to college. She wanted children. She wanted quote, a normal adult life. It's possible that these modest goals were just enough to give Katie the hope she needed to survive her captivity in hindsight, it's hard to pinpoint any single thing that gave Katie her incredible level of resilience. If you put one hundred children into Katie shoes few would respond to trauma in the same way. She did it was as if Katie had read Harvard's research on childhood resilience herself years before it was published and come up with a plan to counter act her own childhood traumas. Nobody would call Katie lucky. But in. This one aspect of her life. She did better than anyone could possibly expect. She wasn't okay. Nor would she be for many years, but we're many people would have collapsed and given up. She never lost focus on doing. Whatever was necessary to survive and regain her freedom. Back in the outside world January twelfth was a momentous day. It was katie's sixteenth day as a prisoner and it was the first day of a new policy by Suffolk County. Police a complete media embargo. Katie's case had just appeared in a special episode of the hit TV show America's most wanted on tips from the public flooded in media. Attention wasn't dying down. It kept escalating getting in the way of the cops investigation. In their haste to beat each other to new leads journalists were eating up. Investigators time and publishing information that the police didn't want the public to have. So on January twelfth nineteen Ninety-three police announced they would no longer respond to any media inquiries about the disappearance of Katie beers. The wall to wall coverage didn't stop, but it stopped including any information from the police stonewalled by the police department the media ramped up their pressure on everyone else in katie's life. From her battling mother figures to John s busy, tow, her kidnapper and the prime suspect, Linda, Maryland, and John busy, tow had news vans camped outside their homes watching their every move for all the media attention, Lieutenant Verona still felt sure he had his man, but he was stymied as to how to prove it. John. Busy, tow. Retained a lawyer. Lawyer Sydney Sivan known from being a publicity hound. Simon was making noises about suing the police for harassment Veron was undeterred. He could hardly sleep. He was so worried about Katie beers. He knew with every passing day, it was less and less likely. She would be found alive in the bunker. Katie was having trouble sleeping too with the police. No longer talking to reporters the television in the inner chamber was giving her less useful information about her case, she worried constantly about big John killing himself or dying leaving her in the chamber forever. And big John's death became a real possibility. He was becoming the most hated man in America as katie's case dragged on not only did the media. Keep reminding people that big John was a child molester with a previous arrest for attempted kidnapping, Lieutenant baron was having him followed and interrogate. Did at every opportunity by detectives, and Katie herself was begging for her freedom under the weight of this big John was often suicidal in the final days of katie's kidnapping, perhaps he had come to see only two ways out for himself death or confession by telling big John. She loved him Katie induced him to sympathize with her and played on his affection by telling him about her dreams of college in a family. She appealed to whatever better nature, he had left big John told Katie he wanted to protect her maybe hearing from her over and over that she wanted a normal adult. Life helped him come to the realization that he was stealing her future from her. Or perhaps big John's simply realized that the police would
"linda england" Discussed on Hostage
"This episode features discussion of kidnapping murder and violence against children and childhood sexual abuse that some people may find offensive disturbing or upsetting. Listener discretion is advised especially for children under thirteen if you are aware of a child who's being abused or neglected. You can report this to the national child abuse hotline reachable at one eight hundred four a child which is one eight hundred four two two four four five three. You can also visit child welfare dot gov for state by state resources for reporting child abuse or neglect. On her tenth birthday December thirtieth nineteen ninety two. Katie beers was promised a bigger gift than she had ever dreamed of receiving. The only problem was the person making promises was none. Other than katie's kidnapper. John Esposito in a bunker, buried deep under John's detached garage and Bayshore Long Island Katie was on her third day of captivity Katie begged John s busy toe to let her go. But he told her she would have to stay in the bunker until people forgot about her when she asked how she was supposed to grow up and have children he told her she would have children with him when that didn't stop, katie's tears. John offered her a present his red and black Camaro along with one hundred dollars for every day. She had to stay in the bunker. The only catch he would give her those gifts on her eighteenth birthday today was her tenth birthday, Katy couldn't imagine living eight more years in this bunker, and she wouldn't have to katie's incredible. Resilience was on its way to saving her life. Ten year old Katie had begun, psychologically, manipulating forty four year old John s Zito she didn't know it yet. But her strategy was working. This is hostage. The new podcast podcast telling the stories behind the most captivating hostage situations, and the people inside them. We also delve into psychological tactics used in hostage negotiations as well as explore the psychological toll captivity takes on the human brain where your hosts Carter and Irma. You can listen to all of our casts podcasts on your favorite podcast directory. New episodes come out every Thursday. If you enjoy the show the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you listen. We're also on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at par cast network today. We're continuing our deep dive into the kidnapping of Katie beers who spent seventeen days locked in a closet sized underground bunker Bill just for her last week. We delved into katie's horrific early child. Hood and the life of her kidnapper who was nicknamed big John? We also talked about how he took Katie from the home of her abusive mother figure Linda England this week will tell you about katie's seventeen days underground in nineteen ninety two and nineteen Ninety-three. We'll learn how she was rescued not just through the efforts of the dedicated detective searching for her but through her own incredible ability to use psychology a subject, she was far too young to study to manipulate her kidnapper, and we'll discover why Katie today happy and healthy young mother says that her heroin kidnapping ultimately helped her to escape abuse and live a normal. Life will also discuss the psychology behind katie's unusual ability to recover from unimaginable amounts of trauma. When we left her Katie was on her third day of captivity. She would live in the underground bunker with only a trash bag for a toilet for two more weeks only three days into her ordeal. Katie had already taken stock of her situation and realized that her survival would depend on her own ingenuity after police officers searched big John's house and failed to discover the carefully concealed entrance to the bunker. Katie knew she couldn't count on being found. What was worse? John Esposito had started sexually abusing Katie tragically. This was something Katie expected based on her experience with her informally adopted uncle Sal England airy in fact, Katie says John asked about her sexual history before he raped her and was excited to hear that she had been raped before. Katie doesn't know how many. Anytime she was sexually assaulted in the bunker. She knows it happened more than once and she remembers a blank look on. John busy does face when he entered the bunker with the intent to sexually assault her. Sometimes big John would come into the bunker to give Katie food or a toy. And then suddenly the blank look would appear on his face. And he would her one clue about big John's mental state is how long he remained in denial about sexually abusing Katie. It took more than twenty years for big John to admit he molested, Katie. And even then he denied raping her. If big John really believed he loved children, it would have been hard for him to reconcile that with the obvious evidence. He was seriously harming Katie which could lead to denial a psychological coping mechanism on the other hand when John busy though, did finally confess. He blamed his lawyers for telling him not to admit to touching. Katie. There is. One explanation that falls somewhere between extreme denial and willful cruelty. Catherine Ramsland PHD co author of the book inside the minds of sexual predators. Says one of the
"linda england" Discussed on Hostage
"This episode features discussion of kidnapping murder violence against children and childhood sexual abuse that some people may find offensive disturbing or upsetting. Listener discretion is advised especially for children under thirteen if you are aware of a child who is being abused or neglected. You can report this to the national child abuse hotline reachable at one eight hundred four a child which is one eight hundred four two two four four five three. You can also visit child welfare dot gov for state by state resources for reporting child abuse or neglect. It was December twenty nine th nineteen Ninety-two in the cramped kitchen of the yellow singled house in bay shore were swarming with reporters and detectives the biggest story on Long Island was fast becoming the biggest story in the country. A little girl's disappearance from a local arcade, two days before her tenth birthday would've been headline news, no matter what. But the Katie beers kidnapping was more than just a crime story as the reporter squeezed into Linda England's kitchen where fast discovering, Katie was anything. But a normal nine year old. Katie's biological mother. Maryland beers was at war with katie's godmother. Linda Inga Larry for custody of Katie. Linda's husband Sal had been accused of sexually abusing Katie. And Katie was last seen with John Zito who was accused of molesting katie's older, brother. It was a story that captivated a nation from the first moments of its unfolding and now the reporters and police officers had been summoned to the England home to hear huge news. The missing girl had sent her family. A message on a grainy voicemail recording katie's frightened voice between her tears cried out aunt, Linda, please I've been kidnapped by a man with a knife on my God. He's coming back. The call was traced to a phone booth across the street from space plex, the arcade where John busied acclaimed Katie vanished when he turned his back for just a few seconds to buy tokens. The FBI quickly verified that this was indeed katie's voice on the answering machine. But what the reporters and cops listening in rapt attention. Didn't know was Katie never made it to space plex. This is hostage. The new park has podcast telling the stories behind the most captivating hostage situations, and the people inside them. We also delve into psychological tactics used in hostage negotiations as well as explore the psychological toll captivity takes on the human brain on Carter, ROY. And I'm Irma Blanco. You can listen to all of par casts podcast on your favorite podcast directory. New episodes come out every Thursday. If you enjoy the show the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you listen. We're also on Facebook and Instagram at podcast and Twitter at par cast network. This is the first of our two episodes on the kidnapping of Katie beers, and the collected and abused Long Island nine year old kidnapped by a sexual predator. Katie's twisted kidnapper believed he was doing her a favor by locking her in an underground bunker and promising to keep her there. There forever on December twenty eighth nineteen ninety two. John busy toe said he was taking Katie to an arcade. But Katie never returned from the trip. Seventeen days later police founder in a tiny cell constructed underneath John s busy does detached garage in this episode. We'll look at Katie beers her life before the kidnapping, and why her family failed to protect her from John s busy tow. We'll also look into John's life and his long history of predatory behavior which was overlooked by thirties before he kidnapped Katy next week. We'll dive into the seventeen days Katie spent locked in an underground bunker the size of a closet, and how her incredible psychological resilience allowed her to survive her captivity. Let's start with John Esposito, a general contractor and construction worker he was forty three years old when he kidnapped Katy, but there's evidence his criminal history and desire to kidnap children. Started many years earlier, John was a thin and bony man but possessed surprising, physical strength. Thanks to his career in construction in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven a full fifteen years before the Katie beers kidnapping. Join us busy tow was arrested and accused of trying to pull a young boy into his car at a Long Island shopping mall in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight John's criminal record came up while he was applying to volunteer as a big brother bizarrely, John tried to blame the incident on his identical. Twin big brothers. Big sisters. Wasn't fooled. They rejected John he wouldn't be allowed to participate in the organizations mentor. During program which matches at risk children with adults willing to take an active role in their lives. John didn't let that rejection stand in the way of his efforts to have unsupervised contact with children in the late eighties. John allegedly began running ads in the local penny saver publication and posting flyers at supermarkets John targeted boys in these ads. Katie beers writes in her memoir buried memories that John's ads offered single mothers a man's influence. John wrote, quote, every boy needs a man in his life. A person of good character who he can trust and respect he went on to claim. I have been a big brother for over ten years. The bulletin board ads were signed j e although John denied posting them it appears he fooled at least one person into thinking. He was an official big brothers. Big sisters, volunteer. Maryland beers. Kate. Eighties biological mother in December of nineteen ninety one a year before Katie was taken Maryland called big brothers. Big sisters of Suffolk County to report that a big brother had molested her son. John beers. John s Zito nicknamed big John had been spending weekends with John beers. Who he called little John for years Suffolk? Police were summoned to investigate both the molestation claims and big John's claims to be a big brother, but he was never charged with the crime in connection to either his relationship with little John or his advertisements by nineteen
"linda england" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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