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Fresh update on "mackenzie" discussed on John Landecker
"By Carol Sector along the left boards. Now, the Dowling left circle There is back to the point. It spins it back down behind the hawk, yet wait goes into the near corner handling. Put it down behind the net, passed out by pass it to Carol and he fires from the slap of chest save made by Delia. Stillman Far corner hit Is he shovels the puck off the right side boards down into the stars on the Hawks will hardly make a line change on Handley turning nearly turned the fucking went right into his net with it. He was pushed in behind the net by the Hawks, Mackenzie and twists of real good play by an Trussell Blackhawks needed to get a line change. He was the only guy that went in the offensive zone and really forced handed. Go all the way back in behind his own end. I can easily got the change that they were looking for. Cool Leacock line, taking the puck away from Jamie Man. Put it ahead of the Stars line intended for Hago. This play is gonna be offside. 8 35 left in the first year at the United Center. It's too nothing. Hawks. This is black Hawk sake on 7 20, WGN..
Bill, Melinda Gates' split after 27 years of marriage
"Final topic is that one of the people. I follow on twitter posted quote after a great deal of thought a lot of work on our relationship. We have made the decision to end our marriage over the last twenty seven years. We have raged three incredible children and built foundation that works all over the world to enable all people to lead healthy productive lives. We continue to share a belief in that mission and will continue our work together at the foundation. But we no longer believe we can grow together as a couple in this next phase of our lives melinda gates and bill gates and had a a reaction or to wonder about you brian. How did you what what went through your mind when you heard the news. The only point of comparison. I can really think of with. This is two thousand. Nineteen when jeff bezos split from his. Wife mackenzie scott and she immediately started donating to a number of different Philanthropic causes but that couple when they split really didn't have the philanthropic reach that bill and melinda gates do clearly so i think melinda gates from what i understand of that foundation really does get involved with decisions. That are involved. That happened there. And i get the feeling that if she wants to make any changes to what this foundation does. It's going to involve a lot of time in planning but i really think this is one of those stories where it is. Certainly something personal. I'm sorry that it happened. But i also look at this as something that really could affect a lot of things when i think about philanthropy when i think about public policy and how that's by these dollars that's coming in this is potentially something really big. We're talking about here.
Fresh update on "mackenzie" discussed on John Landecker
"Net. That was some oppressive stick handling by patch your case before he was stormed. Viable. Three Dallas stars Joel handling of the hotline. He'll snap the fuck down the glass and behind the net rolls up the near side. And Andre Sucker up from the rape point will fire the puck down behind the hawk. Net caught by Mark Pesic in the far corner flips it back in behind around it goes to the near side in the corner. Mackenzie Entwistle battling there with the stars. Radic Box up. Box. It takes the puck in centers. This reflects over Alex to break it carries to the hotline spins the puck off the boards into the Dallas so back to get it. Joel handling this second between the circles two Handley beside the Net. Is it across the rink? Cantor Carol along the right wing boards, Dallas oan shouted across for cetera. Pass up the left wing to Justin Dowling at center ice, and he'll clean it down the glass and behind the hawk net. Delia plays it around the near glass to the brink. It Get the fuck out the center ice for Nicholas Bone, and he.
Legends of the Nahanni Valley
"Today and my month long search for strange places from around the world. Both man made and natural traveled. Canada's northwest territories and deadman's valley located a hani national park reserve in the whole region northwest territories canada surround miles west of yellow night. And it was eleven thousand square miles in area. Part of the mackenzie mountains reside. Within and the south nonni river flows through the center. It was named a national park. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy six and a unesco world heritage site nineteen seventy eight. The park is surrounded by huge peaks and features geysers sing. Kohl's deep canyons caves. Gorgeous and beautiful untouched. Forest within these stunning vistas lies. Virginia falls three hundred fifteen feet high or twice the height of niagara falls. This by the by is the last known. Location of the wahiawa abair dog and one ten thousand years ago woolly mammoth. The area is a true wilderness and has been largely unexplored as it is accessible. Only by air new hani's from the language of the indigenous dna people that have inhabited the region for thousands of years in means the people over there in reference to a tribe of mountain tooling people the naja who were once known to raid lowlands settlements before mysteriously vanishing there is speculation that they may have been ancestors of the modern day navajo over the years. There have been many mysterious stories that have emerged from the area. The names of park areas such as deadman's valley headless headless range and the funeral ranch relate to these strange stories and legends
Fresh update on "mackenzie" discussed on Chicago's Afternoon News
"Went and postal scored the goal. I mean, it's amazing and for those guys, it's great to get in that opportunity. They know that they have a lot of work to do, And that's the good thing that but we're getting an understanding of how good it is that they're gonna have to play here at the NHL level. The competition up here is the best in the world. They know that they've got to do a lot of things in the off season to put themselves in a position to make the roster next year. No guarantees for any of these guys. Coming into the season next year, but a big step forward for these young guys getting a taste of what it's like to play here. It's really fun, and I'm Mackenzie's gold last night, those two jumping into each other's arms. The excitement as the first goal scored here by the Hawks before their fans added another dose of it. Now, Besides the presence of fans, there's been one huge Blackhawks avoid this season A C on the front a 19 on the back, not to mention Seabrook and eventually Shaw. Those two, unfortunately, will not be back. But there are encouraging reports that Jonathan takes very well could be for next season because his absence has certainly been felt by Connor,.
Barkov, Driedger lead Panthers to 3-0 win over Blue Jackets
"Chris Chris trigger trigger posted posted his his third third career career shutout shutout and and the the Panthers Panthers picked picked up up their their sixth sixth straight straight win win by by downing downing the the blue blue jackets jackets three three nothing nothing you you know know what what I I think think it it wasn't wasn't as as much much he he is is a a team team effort effort we we were were incredible incredible that's that's what what we we call call first first you you could could really really lock lock things things down down I I don't don't really really see see a a whole whole lot lot older older file file bush bush Alexander Alexander Barkov Barkov had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist to to back back readers readers thirty thirty Tuesday Tuesday performance performance frankly frankly trying trying to to Gustav Gustav Forsling Forsling also also scored scored and and mackenzie mackenzie weaker weaker had had two two assists assists for for Florida Florida Joonas Joonas Korpisalo Korpisalo also also had had thirty thirty two two saves saves for for Columbus Columbus the the outcome outcome puts puts the the Panthers Panthers atop atop the the central central division division by by one one point point over over the the hurricanes hurricanes with with the the lightning lightning two two points points back back on on the the ferry ferry
Fresh "Mackenzie" from Chicago's Afternoon News
"And having that ability to play hard and really have the drive and consistency in the game, even though they're your rookie, and there has been some highs and lows, but When you look at the ability of those guys to play, whether it's center or whether it's wing because there's been times this season where they switched on and often that's not easy as well. And there's been a lot of different line combinations. So for a young guy coming into the NHL and having different linemates and kind of switching positions, not easy, but they've done an excellent job. The group as a whole has been fantastic, and they kind of fed off each other. You could tell that sense of camaraderie even though we're not down. In the room this season. You know it kind of Sikhs through on the ice. You can't see that here from a distance. And when it was decided, Kirby Doc season would come to an end. After elimination from playoff contention. Last week, Jeremy Council decides to have Mackenzie and whistle another shot after an earlier one game dose of the NHL, and when he did, it was almost like in and whistles. Words. Mackenzie Meet Mike Hardman, your linemates well, the result. Each has assisted on the others. First NHL goal, courtesy of a shot on Gold by one of them with the other.
Should Don Sweeney Be on the Hot Seat?
"You think that. Don sweeney on the hot seat or he should be the hot seat. I don't think this year i think right now. It's i think. I agree that it's kinda the lowest of the low right now in terms of where the team is up. But also you know. I don't wanna make excuses Cut down to the fact you know regardless of what teams dealing with. You shouldn't have to have a third period. Rallied to beat the sabres and as much people wanna complain about. Those two goals getting called off in the last minute of the game against the devils. Let's be let's be. Let's face it like you shouldn't be in untarred. Anyway against a team like the doubles. Be it the fact that mackenzie black wedding has an eight six. Two eight nine two. Save percentage i think against Everything except the bruins where he has a nine six to save percentage The fact that you power play a can't score against the devils waiting twenty eight in the league in. pk you know that's an issue. That's compounding the problems. The fact that even the power play going from elite still pretty good is not good enough which is show you the margin of error that this team has when they're scoring in You know producing at all really
A Medical Mystery And Patient Advocacy With Mackenzie Kimes
"Why don't we give people a little bit of back story. You are a nurse correct. Yes how long have you been. How have you been practicing. So i will have been a nurse for seven years on this july. So seven years. My background is mainly in pediatrics. Am a certified pediatric nurse So my story really comes from and my passion for nursing really comes from my own personal experiences I decided that. I wanted to go into nursing like in high school. And things like that Is really have a clue as to what i wanted to do. I actually was a national level. Figure skater up through college and so yes as ing. Thank you so. I was training like six hours a day six days. A week Traveling nationally internationally competitions. So that was like my huge focus in life at that point was to train and to compete and kind of work my way up the rankings and figure skating the and so that's kind of where my mind was and then That's kind of when all my health. Struggles started to begin was when i was in high school I had been having some pains. Gi issues I was getting abdominal pain. Every time i was eating. And i kept going back to the pediatrician like oh intestinal virus like it sometimes takes awhile to pass like i think everything is ok but just keep going. You'll be okay and it just kept nagging nagging. It wasn't getting any better. And as an athlete i mean i was training six hours bags so when i wasn't able to eat it was really my training. When you have to eat to keep up the calories alone that you were oh yes exactly and so. It was just affecting so many areas of my life and ironically. I was in florida on vacation with my family. When my pain just got like unbearable i could barely stand up straight and my parents were like we've had enough of this. We're going to go to the closest er and so they took me there and it actually was kind of laying a small community hospital and so they're like okay. We'll do some imaging things like that and they ended up doing a t. scan and they came back and you could tell that something was not right and they were like. We need to do some further testing. We saw something concerning on your skin but we don't want to jump to conclusions so we just have more testing that we need to do and so they ended up doing and ultrasound. And i just remember looking at ultrasound techs faced during this and she just kept getting closer and closer to the screen. Now i there's something there's something not right and i felt so scared and so afraid at the time because they weren't really being very vocal about what was going on so i was just kind of sitting waiting and after they kind of got all the testing done they came in and kind of sat me my parents down and they were like so we are just like a small community hospital and based off of what we see on the scans on. You have a two liter mass of blood in your abdomen and we don't really know we don't really know where it's like. What caused it or why. It's there but we are not equipped to treat you here so we need to transfer you and at the time. They knew that the mass was related to my female track system. But they just didn't really know what was causing it and so it took a long time for a hospital to accept me because on one hand i was only fifteen at the time so i was technically a pediatric patient but was having a very non pediatric problem. But then the adult hospitals wouldn't accept me. Because i was only fifteen and so it a long time to kind of even just get hostile to accept me and so they ended up taking two on the closest teaching hospital. Bear was pediatric floors located within an adult hospital. Also it was like the perfect fit. Because i was able to kind of see all sides of things and so on when i went there more. Scans things like bad and we're seeing all sorts of specialists and they came to the conclusion that i had what is called uterus elvis and so essentially i've honestly never heard of that. Yes it's pretty rare and uterine. Anomalies are not super rare in women but my form of the anomaly is very rare and so essentially how they explained it to me was when you are fetus developing female. Start with two separate female tracks. And then they're supposed to fuse together so mine never actually used. It stayed in two separate tracks and on my one side. Do you mean like your uterus. Never fully fused together or yes. Okay so i had to uterit- technically and two services and two internal baginda canals.
Bratt's overtime winner carries Devils past Penguins, 2-1
"Just for bread ran his point streak to four games by scoring on a wraparound at two fifty of overtime giving the devils a two one win over the penguins semi vitamin also scored and mackenzie Blackwood stopped thirty five shots in his first game since aggravating an upper body injury during warm ups on Thursday New Jersey is three two one one on the second of back to backs but one six in the first game Sidney Crosby scored his twelfth of the season for the pens who have dropped three of four since a six game winning streak Christian Jerry made thirty three saves for Pittsburgh I'm Dave Ferrie
MacKenzie Scott marries science teacher after Bezos divorce
"Scott World, the ex wife of Jeff Bezos. Mackenzie Scotches, a philanthropist. She's worth billions. He's one of the world's wealthiest women. She is marrying Seattle school teacher Dan Ju. It Nice. She, uh yeah, It's kind of sad. I was just working up the courage to ask her out, saying I miss my spot. Yeah happens. I guess. He's a science teacher to Seattle Private school, according to Someone with knowledge of the two. That's right. It's a private school in which her kids go attend. Ah, that's how she that's how she met him. She's given away more than $4 billion of her fortune. You know, she's committed to giving away all our money during her lifetime. She really sounds like a cool
MacKenzie Scott marries science teacher after Bezos divorce
"Lan therapist Mackenzie Scat, one of the world's richest people, has remarried. A Seattle teacher Dan Ju, it she was the Woman who was divorced from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in 2019 Mackenzie scat. This marriage comes after Scott and Bezos divorced after their 25 year long marriage. The divorce settlement made her among the richest people on earth. Currently holding a $53 billion fortune. That's billion with a B she got a quarter of Jeff Bezos. Amazon shares Mackenzie scat has given away billions of dollars is part of a plan to donate a majority of her fortune. In December, she donated to $4.2 billion 2 384 organizations, and I guess everybody seems happy because Jeff Bezos issued a statement about the new husband. Saying Dan is such a great guy. I'm happy and excited for both of
Brooklyn Nets Closing in on Los Angeles Lakers in Updated 2021 NBA Championship Odds
"So let's get started says we're at all star weekend in the nba Not that anybody gives a crap when it comes to the all star weekend but it is a time to go ahead and look back at what we've seen so far in the nba. And how the title odds may have shifted because fez all of a sudden. We've got a brand new co-favourite expected or at least projected to win the nba championship yet. Brooklyn nets plus two eighty the same odds now as the lakers. The nets just about a week ago where four to one. Rj bell recommended a bet on the nets. At that time. I got to give credit. Heck i gotta give her own. Mackenzie rivers credit. He bet the nets at two to one to win the east. And i think i was buying the narrative of oh kyrie irving harden these guys. I just don't trust these guys to integrate to play well together and really the opposite has been true. The nets despite bring harden in missing lots of games. Obviously when he wasn't on the team and having durant missing so many games they're right there with the best record in the east. And i think they only get better and if i make one bet and the futures market i would bet the nets right now. Plus the two eighty jonas. You said you like the nets into win the east even more at plus twenty five right. That's that's the one that that. I would look at because when you get to the nba finals. I mean you know this. I mean i it just depends the matchups. We've seen a couple of weird situations happen in the nba finals. The past couple of years. You saw a bunch of injuries early on for the heat last year in the finals you saw the golden state warriors the year before that with the toronto raptors injuries took place in those final. So we've seen this happen before where it's such a long race when you get to the finish line. It's all about a war of attrition. who's going to be the healthiest when you get to that point. But as far as coming out of the eastern conference. I know that the philadelphia seventy sixers are a great story. But i'm with you fez. These brooklyn nets have played and exceeded expectations thus far just based on personalities. Now they do have kyrie irving. That's the problem because kyrie irving is like the guy who decides to read a book in the middle of party like people are doing cake stands and they're having a good time. There's a bathtub filled with booze. You've got stripper poles. You've got everything. And he decides. That's the time he's going to break out. Warren peace and sit in the middle of the party because he just wants the attention and wants to show that he's different and he's i mean if the earth is not flat then we shouldn't go to the bubble then they should change the nba logo. That's the only reservation. I have about the brooklyn nets. i'm not worried about james harden at all james harden shown he's willing to sacrifice and do something different and decrease his workload from an offense standpoint in order to try and make the team better. I'm not worried about kevin durant. He's already been paired up with stars before it had a couple of stars at he's played with kyri to me is the one piece of that that i would. I would be a little bit concerned with. And but here's the other part of the nets. And why. I like this and especially like to win the eastern conference. What's the one knock on james harden throughout the course of his career. Great regular season runs out of gas in the postseason. Well now he's not having to carry the entire offense himself. So if that's the case and you're going to get a better rested better in condition. James harden when the postseason comes around fez to me that just screams brooklyn coming out of the eastern conference
"mackenzie" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"On with mario lopez joining me. Now on zoom the tulip mackenzie mckenzie. I'm good how are you. i'm well thank you congrats on a nice run on the show. What what made you wanna do it. I have been watching massingir from day. One so i was so excited when they reached out to me and ask me and it was the best experience ever. I bet it looked like a lot of fun Do you have a connection to your costume. Are you a big tool of fan or is that just what the option they gave you. I mean i d love flowers. So yeah i mean i definitely think i had the prettiest costume so i was very happy about it. Probably the best smelling to right the smell like your song choices included for galicia's thank you next. How did you pick what you dance to did. You have options with that. Well thank you. Necks was to throw off the judges because they all thought well not all of them but one of them thought that i was oriented guerande so i thought that it would kind of stumped them a little bit. This probably isn't her. Yeah ok okay. Playing mind games. They're like it gabby. Douglas ended up winning the season. Do you have any idea. She was the cotton candy. I had no clue who any of them were. And i didn't do any of them. Were until yesterday. So i'm i didn't even know that she was on it and i'm so proud of her because she is so talented and it was amazing to share the stage with her. It's so bizarre that everybody's sort of experiencing this on their own little island by themselves. Yeah very it's not. It's not like a team effort. It was so weird. Because i had to walk around with like a full ski mask on that and it was the weirdest thing we have never experienced. That unusually might close to my competition. I talked to them. Yeah but it was so weird but it was really fun. Actually i bet i bet well. Hey saved a lot of time dumped worry about hair and makeup right. it was the best thing ever ivette. What's going on with music. Anything in the new in the works. Yeah i'm working on an ep right now which it's super difficult during this time. Obviously because i can't go into a room in write asong. So i have to do it all online on zoom which is sometimes unmotivating. But i'm just so glad that i get to work during this time. Yeah good for you stained busy though. And what do you currently listening to. What's getting a lot of play in your in your riot here. I've been the same to a lot of scissor recently. Okay yeah okay. So we'll see if that influences the sound. Let's talk a little social media. You're you're killing it on jian tick tock what's what's your secrets a great content strategy or just what you're feeling i honestly on tiktok. I'd just take a video posted. I don't care about my tiktok whatsoever. Obviously think you know. My biggest interactions are all in tiktok. Because obviously i'm dancer in it goes hand in hand but i just do it for fun. I honestly don't try as hard it. Yeah it's just a fun thing to do with my sister and my friends. So i think that's probably the best attitude to have not Not get too crazy invested. Listen mackenzie before let you put you on the spot. Quick questions quick answers okay. Do you have a tv streaming recommendation. Ooh ooh breaking bad solid. I'm you know all the words to baby by destined bieber celebrity crush growing up just in beaver k. favourite follow on insta. That's a hard one. I my sister. that's nice. See my girls getting hurt. Which which by the way. I strongly suggest hilarious. Followed by kids getting hurt the worst subject in school i. I'm with you on that one. I'm with you on that one. We'll congratulations and hopefully we'll see out here soon. All memorial dot com to see all of mackenzie's highlights from the mass dancer. Thanks for checking in. Mackenzie thank sound to talk to you. You to take care on with mario lopez..
The inside story of the Iranian attack on Al Asad Airbase
"General Frank Mackenzie, commander of US forces in the Middle East, monitored the attack from his headquarters in Tampa, Florida. Walking into this small room off his main operation Center, where he could talk directly to the only two people above him in the chain of command. They bring in secretary defense and a little bit later they brought in the president to this conversation. We're listening to the reports of the missiles flying. You ever been on one like this? I've never been on one like this, where real missiles being fired at our forces and where I thought the risks were so high Iranian attack on al Assad was in retaliation for a stunning US operation. President Trump ordered six nights earlier, a drone strike, which killed Iran's most powerful general Qassim Suleimani. The blood of many Americans is on the hands of the same salamoni. He was this close to an indispensable man as you could find inside Iran, where he went violin. And death followed during the American occupation of Iraq. Sulamani had orchestrated attacks which killed more than 600. U. S troops and, according to Mackenzie, He was planning to do it again. We saw intelligence reports where the same cell Amani was moving various attacks, dreams forward against our forces in Iraq against our embassy and against other bases there. With the imminent perhaps an hour's, perhaps in days, probably not weeks. Until then, the USAID shied away from going after Sulamani for fear, killing such a high ranking government official. Would only provoke Mauritanian attacks. I never take killing anyone is a zone easy decision, but I think the risk of not acting in this case Outweigh the risks of acting So yes, I was good with the decision on January 3rd of last year on airport security camera recorded. Sulamani is arrival in Baghdad on a commercial flight from Damascus. Kensi was watching from a different angle. You have the drones overhead. Do you see him Healthy? Yes, yes. As soon Money's entourage pulled away from the plane. McKenzie gave the kill order to the commander controlling the drones. And then I said, Take your shot when you got it. Missile slammed into both vehicles simultaneously. There's no backslapping. There's no cheering because now I have to prepare to deal with the consequences. The action, General Mackenzie was sure Iran would retaliate, but he didn't know how and neither for awhile. Did the Iranians. I believe they went into a period of this organization because they had lost the officer. Who really spoke up and shaped everything up and told them what they were gonna do. So he's kind of ominous silence. It was a very ominous silence. And what was the first sign that Iran might really be thinking of her? Ballistic missile attack, they began to move their ballistic missiles. The attack was just hours away. When major Alan Johnson got the word. Iran's most powerful weapons were aiming for al Assad. My intelligence officer pulled me aside and Basically said, Sir, I've got some bad news for you. What's up? We have information that Iran is fueling 27 medium range ballistic missiles in their intention is the level this base And we may not survive. This was a completely different threat. Lieutenant Colonel Jim Garland commanded an army battalion at Al Asad. Sprawling air base about 120 miles west of Baghdad, where the U. S operated scores of helicopters, drones and other aircraft. Did the base have any defense against ballistic missiles now, sir? It was such a unprecedented threat. I don't think it was ever calculated. S o the capability to, uh, prevent a ballistic missile attack. It wasn't there. Did you have a plan for what to do? Way came up with the plan. The only real defense against ballistic missile attack is to get out of harm's way.
Top Seattle Sports Star McKenzi Williams To Be Honored
"Tomorrow night. The top Seattle sports stars of 2020 are honored almost bills. Waris introduces us to a nominee who's turned heartache into inspiration. The ball doesn't fall, though. Phillips offensive rebound Williams, another three Mackenzie Williams is having quite a junior season for the Seattle you Red Hawks In December. She scored a career high 36 points even if it's just a few hours. I still get the chance to be around some girls that I love. Playing basketball attending college has met rising above more life challenges than most could imagine. Even on my worst days like I could be an inspiration for someone else. So that's always been like a huge thing for me is like I want people to look at me and see my story and be inspired and feel like well. Thing. If he did, I could probably do it, too. Before her junior year at Auburn Riverside High School, the family home burned and then she lost her father. Ralph, plans change to be closer to her mom, Sandra, brother and sister. After everything that happened, I had such a larger family emphasis in my life and the value of family, so it was really important that I could still be around them and they could come and support me at my games. One knee injury took away her Seattle U sophomore season, a second end of the 2019 campaign and, of course, now there's coronavirus. I like to think of my hardships. As like fuel, though they were painful to experience in the moment, they really have only brought so much greater things into my life and Purpose and I just feel plentiful and fulfilled. Being able to give back now because of what has been taken away from me. Williams plans on using a psychology degree for important work focuses on trauma patients. And particularly Children. I feel like that This kind of reflects A bit of my own story, and I want to help kids that have been through even more bigger things that I have and help them get through that. If Mackenzie William's earns top Seattle female sports star of 2020 great She's already a champion in so many ways. I'm Bill's words. Come on
Fanne Foxe, ‘Argentine Firecracker’ at center of Washington, D.C. sex scandal, dies at 84
"Age, the name Fanny Fox means something. The one time stripper gained insane notoriety after she jumped into the tidal basin on an October night in 1974. She was in a gown the car she'd been in Had been pulled over by police and the man she was with made the story even bigger. He was Congressman Wilbur Mills, a Bible Belt politician who also led the powerful House Ways and Means Committee. That night, assured Fanny Fox his place in the annals of political scandals. And we've just learned today that Fox died recently at the age of 84. Let's learn more about her role in D. C History with Washington Post obituary editor Adam Bernstein. Hey, Adam, Thanks so much for being with us. And at this point, most people in Washington probably don't know anything about Fanny Fox, who was she It's a good question. Thank you so much for having me on well. The reason she was such a big name here is because of her involvement. As you said with Wilber Mills. He was the some have said the second most powerful man in Washington on Lee. We superseded by the president sort of it in the early 19 seventies, Wilbur Mills was chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, which controls a lot of money, and he had been in Congress for many decades. By that point, so he had this reputation of Um, accumulated reputation for food for power. And he also was from Arkansas, the Bible belt, and he had also cultivated this reputation as a as a workaholic. A grind. Um, a man of utter rectitude. And so what happened was, uh, you know, nothing would have been revealed of this affair, at least publicly. Except for this bizarre episode is you mentioned at the Washington the title based Mackenzie's senior The Jefferson Memorial. And on October 7 1950 74 He who? Wilbur Mills, who had been seeing Fanny Fox at her burlesque, Cole, You're in D. C. I was with her one night two in the morning and they get into this weird accident near the at the Tidal Basin. Basically, they're in a car without lights on the police. See them, They stopped him. And Fanny Fox. Or, you know, on impulse jumps out of the car and into the title base, And she starts you know, wrestling with the policeman who goes in after her. It's discovered that her face is all batter that Mills who were these Coke bottle glasses, His glasses are smashed. And is reeking of alcohol, and the TV crew happened to be nearby as well. So it's just perfect storm of of of politics and media, and this is right at the time of Watergate as well. So everybody was looking for the next scandal. So what ultimately happened to Wilbur Mills? Then what was the code on Fanny Fox? Good question. So Wilbur Mills survives. Oddly enough, the next election he goes, He goes back to Arkansas and sort of in this folksy manner tries to play it off. You know, his famous quote at the time is One should never drink champagne with a foreigner that that's the lesson he took away from him. And and you know, weirdly enough. He survived with his wife. She seems to back in publicly. But you know, right after winning the election and seemingly surviving by by a thread appears on her, appears with Fanny Fox again on stage in Boston, Fanny Fox and parlayed all the publicity into this lucrative career on the burlesque circuit. And he goes on stage. It's It's just terrible embarrassment captured on TV of all places again, and his career is them finished. He I think he resigns. He spends it goes into recovery. Disgraced from public office, but then spend the rest of his life. He lived a to least another 15 20 years, basically helping other recovering addicts like himself. Fanny Fox have Ah Less of Ah, a much harder time of it. She Prospers for a couple years winds up down in Florida. I couldn't find out that much about the family didn't want to cooperate, but I was able to look up various records. She she got a couple of all things degrees. Including one you know, in marine science of all. Wow. And but I couldn't figure out I couldn't figure out what she did with her time. Her lawyer didn't say your family wouldn't talk. Um I don't know. She had jobs or just How she struggled by and we will just have to live that mystery. Continue, Adam, because our time is up, though, clearly we could talk about this for a very long time. Thanks So much for being with us. Thanks. That's
Huawei unveils flagship foldable smartphone for China market
"Huawei took the rap self, its latest high end foldable smartphone. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie has the story from Beijing. The Lords of the $3000 Mate X two, comes after who always found a run Jeong Fe dismissed reports the company plans to sell its smartphone business quality has been hammered by US bands on component. On software sales to the company. Shipments punished more than 40% in the last three months of 2020 as it's in venturing of chips dried up on last year, it was forced to sell its low end on a brand while way is trying to fill the supply gap with its own chips. Peeking at the launch event in Shanghai, the company's CEO said. Capacity is
Palmieri scores twice, Devils beat Bruins 3-2
"Kyle Palmieri scored twice including a short handed tally to back mackenzie Blackwood's twenty five save performance in the devils three two win over the Bruins now merry opened the scoring early in the second period and added a breakaway tally to ruin a Boston power play and put New Jersey ahead to nothing later in the second bobbles aka scored for the second consecutive game and new Jersey moved to to what else is having seven games postponed due to covet nineteen Jake DeBrusk at Charlie McAvoy scored for the Bruins who had won nine of ten before losing to the islanders on Saturday I'm the ferry
Medvedev in 5, finally, advances to 4th round in Australia
"Rafael Nadal has continued his March towards a possible recall twenty first major title the Spaniard now into the Australian Open last sixteen up to stopping the left hander Brett Camry great news also hopefully rank twenty five year old American mackenzie McDonald is amazing run has continued and he too is for the men's final sixteen with your next face the full suite of Russian dental negative success old son for American women's hopes with Jessica pake let Jennifer Brady and Shelby Rogers all into the fourth round Russia's role what it is a showdown with the top seed actually but he I'm going to make us
Feeling pressure: 2020 champ Kenin loses at Australian Open
"Women's defending champion so it kind of became the Australian Open biggest upset thinking to date the falsely blaming a bad case of news for her straight sets loss to the Estonian kaia Kanepi disappointment also if the sixteen year old cocoa golf at six four six three to the fifth seed Elena Svitolina better news for other Americans including Jennifer Brady Shelby Rogers and mackenzie McDonald they all reached the third round the man's face state Stefano sits above survived in five but no such problems for Rafa Nadal who comfortably reached the third round I'm Graham like us
Bezos and Bloomberg among top 50 US charity donors for 2020
"The list of top charitable givers for twenty twenty is out Jeff base those who last week announced he was stepping down as Amazon CEO to devote more time to philanthropy in other projects top the list by donating ten billion dollars to launch the base those earth fund number two on the chronicle of philanthropy's annual rankings his ex wife mackenzie Scott she gave five point seven billion dollars last year to food banks human service organizations racial justice charities and other groups the third top giver was Michael Bloomberg founder of Bloomberg financial news company he donated one point six billion dollars I'm shortly after
The case for Baylor at No. 1 over Gonzaga
"The only respectful way to begin. This episode is by recognizing that scott drew baylor bears formerly known. As bill henderson's baylor bears improved a seventeen on the season tuesday night with an eighty-three sixty nine victory at texas. They outscored the longhorns. By seven in the first half they outscored the longhorns. By seven in the second half as a result baylor otherwise known as terry eagles alma mater is now seventeen and fifteen. Double digit wins. The bears are number one at kim palm. Their number one in the net. they are awesome undeniably. Norlander your turn to talk about baylor. Are you going to spend the next few minutes showing proper respect for the first lady of baylor basketball or are you going to once again disrespect. Kelly drew got drew. Plus mackenzie payton brody. Not to mention homer and janet price and tara dana and her husband. Casey bryson anna isaiah caleb. In luke plus drew barrymore drew carey. Drew brees drew bledsoe. Dr drew drew. Gooden andrew mcintyre how are you gonna handle this moment. bryce doesn't care does care. He'd bryce doesn't care. I talk to about it. He doesn't care. How are you going to atone for the fact that you still have a number one. I mean. I think it's disrespectful at this point. Daily top twenty five and one. After what i saw last night. I got baylor number one. But you don't and you disrespect the entire through family. And every drew. She has to drew mcgarry as well. You're disrespecting them all you've got number two. I think you're the one who needs to explain himself. I actually can't explain myself. And i do get asked this every day. I saw strong joe last night trying to make the case that baylor should be number one and i let it be clear. I won't argue with anybody that says baylor should be number. One baylor at this moment has a better resume than gonzaga. Got six quarter on lindsay. Does eggs only have five. Baylor is got the best adjusted efficiency margin in the country and one of the best of all time at this point. If you wanna if you wanna put baylor number one it is fine with me. It's just. I think we've talked about this. Before i made a rule a longtime ago i will not drop number one team unless it loses the only time i made an exception i went and looked it. Up is two seasons ago. Kansas was number one in the top twenty five and one to open the season. Kentucky might have been to. Duke was in the top five somewhere and do zion williamson cameras and remember the other one started with our allies and it was. It was whatever it doesn't matter. It doesn't rj barrett and so they went out and they just throttled kentucky on opening night at bankers life. And i just. I was even conflicted. Then because keynes's is just one and it was one zero and number one and i was like i don't feel silly not to have that duke team. That just did that to kentucky ranked number one. So i made an exception to the rule. Then but i've been ranking college basketball teams for better or worse for like more than fifteen years now and i've only dropped a number one team without losing one time and that is the example.
"mackenzie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"For me. I was like a kidney candy store in absolute heaven. we we all We all went down there together. And and You know took the front of of the buildings and hotel and completely opened it up and had three contestants compete against each other with the chicken and we did it very face off style but my right there for people walking up and down the streets conjure watch and it was fascinating to see people come and check it out. Check it out and be like what is that. And then they thought faith off and then they went about it and then they go and they did leave for like an hour or two and then they come back and to see the looks on their faces was so much fun because they were actually watching a transformation happen live in front of them on the street. You know. Cool little stunt that we got to do for the show and to help promote it and also find a fourteen contestant you know we we've got a really good one out of that and i and i'll tell you all three of them were fantastic. Blew me away with what they created and but it was funded. The audience have a saying. Let the viewers decide who they want as their fourteen contestants. So i really loved the whole concept of it and it was so much fun to do. Has the recruiting process at all change. Mackenzie this season. Compared to last it has not changed. you know. We had an interesting draws first round They go around. I think you know people. Maybe because there was such a certain level that was was in the challenge but might have been a little intimidated. But that's gonna be interesting with the second. Season is the talent pool that we did bring you not only are they incredibly talented. And it's across the board. Not just you won't be able to see from the get go you know. Oh that one's totally got more moisture. One it really is an even playing field of creativity of talent that i love this year. Is the people that were just blow you away. Don't really do this..
"mackenzie" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Like. And guess what when we hyperventilate? Yeah we constrict things. So if I can learn how to control our constrict things, then I can start to shut down things right. So it's the exact opposite so versus heating up and cooling off. Speed. Up The breathing I can actually school myself off right right and. There's subtle. There's subtle. Nuance in there but these are basics into what we can do and like look I really think it all comes down to energy I believe it's about energy. We don't understand energy totally like down to the quantum. It's like beyond that it's like there's energy going on we don't understand right and so like in the cell, like there's trillions and trillions of cells in our body that are functioning and doing things, and this is energy and we're we're we're merely matter I mean go back to the Bill Hicks thing right? Like today's young man on notice. The whole thing but but but look, it's like this is all energy in how we control that energy. Is Our own like we have that power and so learning how to control that I think is going to be the premise of you understanding what's going on within your system. All disease is predicated off of stress basically unless it's genetic. All disease comes down to stress and how I'm managing that stress and what I'm doing with that stress and this is where it's like I'm not suggesting Oh, you could just breathe into this in distress it and know that might be one route but there's many routes to this in understanding how your managing stress and what you're doing. And we've gotten so far off this page of understanding the stress that we're dealing with that we're blaming it on the thing that's making us emotional and yet the thing that's making us emotional react had really has nothing to do with why we're upset and angry it has to do with something way far deeper than that that I believe breathing meditation and this stuff. Can Get us to and this is also why we're introducing this into the human performance realm and training is it's like we we're missing some very big things with inside the human performance world and I think breath is one of those things in controlling that variable that controls the energy and how we're using that energy to actually make ourselves or heal ourselves and I do. Think medicine has its place I. DO think we're going we need to have medicine and we need technology but our reliance on it is too big and we have an opportunity to learn how to actually manage our own distress which for the first time in our history were at the point where we are creating self disease like we are at the point where we create. Self Disease Metabolic disorder problems like that are self generated diseases. These are not things that are just like whoops I got this guy, he's called diabetes type two diabetes, and it just fell out of the sky. That's not how that worked obesity didn't work like that but the medical some people in the medical university inadvertently put that out there to people. So there is because It Ariza. Go exists YEP EGO exists but I want to go deeper with this man what is your I'm so sorry but she would love you Brian Mackenzie. It's Mackenzie dot com or is there you have? Yeah. You could go that. You can go there. You can go to Brian Mackenzie DOT COM or go.
"mackenzie" Discussed on Profitable Passions
"Hi guys, we have Janessa Mackenzie as our special guest today. She has a business coach brand strategist and she's also a photographer. She helps you take your marketing mindset and business to the next level. She helps coaches course graders healers and creative entrepreneurs as well online experts. We're ready to tap into their true badass tree and create and grow powerful brands that off track their soulmate clients and make cells fun and easy. So we're here with Janessa McKenzie of the brand Maven today to Janessa. We were talking a little bit before we started recording that you have a podcast and you also have your deal with branding and helping women get their brand up there. Can you tell me a little bit about what you do? And you know how you kind of started office? Sure so first thank you so much for having me on I appreciate it. I am Janessa McKenzie and a k e e Brand New Haven, I help women entrepreneurs who are normally Court coaches course creators online experts healers creative entrepreneurs and I help them really bring themselves out in their business. So I don't know if we're supposed to swear on here or not, but I what I usually say is I help women tap into their true badassery so that they can attract the clients and the cash and the life and the business that they love and that they want like they're really Desiring these things and I show them how to get there through just being themselves cuz that's we can't be anybody else. Right? And yes, I do have a podcast that it's called the Elevate podcast with Janessa McKenzie. And in that podcast, it's a very conversational like coffee type chat, but it's birth. So very, you know, there's tactical takeaways whether it's something that you can go Implement right now or it's a perspective change. We talked a lot about spirituality in your business law of attraction and all of those things. We talked about that mixing that into your business and some of the episodes have both of those. Some them have one that you know part of it some of them have both so there's a mix for everybody, you know, if don't like spirituality just skip to the next episode. So I get it. No, that's great though. I mean I'm like that you do a little bit for everybody. Can you tell me how you kind of got into to this world? Yeah, so I started as a photographer was actually for kids and families and while I love to shoot kids and families and I still do on occasion. I was asked by somebody to do a branding shoot for them and I just fell in love with it, but I was just like, oh like she's just like me, you know, it's like that resonation thing like again, you know, like, oh, she's like me. She's building her business. I'm building my business like how cool is it to be able help? Other women get themselves out online and brand themselves with images, right? So that's where it started and then as I got more clients for a photography I would they would ask me questions about their brand about business. How did you do this? How are you doing that and I was kind of coaching my photography clients. So Monday then I came across one of my mentors James wedmore who has a course called business by Design and that changed my whole perspective and not directory into coaching. I was like, oh my God, I can reach more people. I can go online and I can coach people anywhere in the world and I can you know, I can transform lives outside of my own little bubble of where I live. Like how cool is that? So that's you know, that started that and I was you know, just doing it ever since so it's very exciting to be able to help, you know, women business owners who we all have these mind messes up right when we start our business and that we all have to work through and to be able to have somebody there that has been there a long one and has you know worked through the the parts of it that you're already working through. Is priceless really? I mean, I wish that I had a me I started you know, so to be able provide that for other people. It's just amazing. That's wonderful. Yeah, that's the whole reason that we started the podcast is, you know to help other women and give them inspirational stories and tell them that you know, we've all been there, you know, we might be a little bit further ahead of the journey or we might be in the same place in the journey it but we all have the same struggles, you know, whether it's a different place or right now, you know, and and we're going to continue to have struggles in the future but to have voices that we can hear and know their stories and we're not alone. That's it's Priceless like you're saying it is it truly is priceless because we especially as online entrepreneurs, sometimes we feel alone so long and everyone that you think you could reach out to you almost feel bad like I am did in the beginning felt bad and reaching out to people like these were other coaches and stuff and I don't want to just ask for your advice because I know that you get paid to do this. Do you know what I mean? Yeah, and some of us aren't ready to either mentally or financially. We're not ready to pay somebody, you know, and you know working through those things is priceless. Well, especially if it's the mentally part of it like investing in yourself is going to really really push your business forward. I know that it's just very counterproductive to I think what a lot of us grew up with was, you know, spend money unless you have money man here. We are all telling everyone know you gotta spend the money to make the money right exactly, you know, it gets confusing and your brains like no because you know, where is that money going to come from? How am I going to know that I get dead? I returned how am I going to work? All of these things your brain just wants you to just stay where you are just be comfortable and say where you are. But if you've thought about if you are an entrepreneur if you have a busy thought about having your own business you weren't built to stay where you are. I'll have that. Oh my gosh, I think that's powerful to hear. So Janessa, you know, would you like to come back on our show here in a couple of weeks and and we can continue the conversation. I would love that. Yeah, I would love to do that. That would be great. Wonderful. So Janessa where can our listeners find you so I hang out a lot on Facebook. I have a private Facebook not even private. It's free Facebook group. It's called your next level marketing mindset and business and home link that here. I'm sure you can.
"mackenzie" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"A pretty prominent local football coach lot of people knowing. Yeah. Yeah. He's from around here and a great guy as as as you. No doubt saw what do you think speaking of Mackenzie row who's going to be a sophomore in college here in another month or so what? What's the takeaway? What are we learn from all this? Do you think man? You know you have your good people and your bad people in life and I was. You know lucky enough to be in. You know the wrong place at the right time to have someone. Who Has Authority like that? That a lot of people are afraid of show me how kind he can be an change my tire for me when he didn't even have to and I wouldn't even know who he was if he just kept driving. And the reaction of people on the Internet the again something like two thousand shares three thousand likes or whatever like that? What do you think that that says about society? You know it's a little tricky I'm just. Glad. That people are recognizing the good out of this situation instead of trying to tie it to negative ties which have been going in the media. I have I have an unrelated tangential question for you ma'am. Of course of course I do do you ever? YOU EVER WATCH AMIRA T Videos. Yeah. Okay. So you know that every time people have like their wisdom teeth out apparently they act like they're crazy or something like that, and their relatives make videos of them. When you had your wisdom teeth out, did you were? Did you act in a normal way? Do you remember what your family say? How'd that go? While, they're were a couple of videos. Of My sister recording me. I remember. I don't remember like I wanNA say probably the first twenty minutes of being in the office after I. Woke Up. but the. Nurses there told me that I kept singing to them. I don't. Know what you're saying did they say? About? Pineapple. But I don't recall that. Pineapple. Song. I don't. Do. Any songs about any fruit at all? I. You know just like the wiggles from when I led all from your salad, but would you share that with us? That fruit salad. So I mean if if you'll sing for nurses I thought maybe it thing for us I don't know. Well you see I'm not high in a seizure. Alright. Explanation that's good. Except excuse. So, your sister did make a video. Was it any good? Yes, it was me in the car. I was. I told my dad I wanted him to take to phonic. And he didn't take me to sonic and I started crying. And told them that I he couldn't meet a Stewart and got me a milkshake at the gas station, but I wanted one from sonic. And I wanted to see my wisdom teeth that the doctor took out. And I was really upset that. They would not let me see my teeth have my teeth. At you. You should be able to make a necklace or something out of those right You grew them for crying out loud. What do they do with them? That right. I thought your dad loved you for crying out loud Stewart's shops real. Nice place to go. But you wanted the sonic shake. That's not right. Maybe a little bit ally made in their. Make you. Dance. Well. Here's here's the irony. So you have the A prototypical. American I just had my wisdom teeth video out and you get no hits on that but a cop changes, your your tire and you're all over the Internet. Right can't predict these things can't predict these things. The Mackenzie row. You're a great person. I am so proud of you. I know that you're GONNA do awfully well at school this year again I hope that you can get in and get to classes soon. All right you very. Having you Betcha travel safely and I think also I think that that sixty five miles an hour. That's the maximum speed right? Well that's the maximum suppose speed. Okay. Okay. I'm sorry. Some other trooper wants to talk to you now. Okay. Your driver's license please. Mackenzie row take care God bless you. Thank you. Nice. Visiting with you back in a moment journalists neuron on Newsradio, wham eleven eighty. Tallest, not the same thing out at the Fisher. House the Fisher House I know is a huge part of land. For somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what is long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders out. Can you help good fisherhouse Dot Org?.
"mackenzie" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Thanks you appreciate pack morning Americans in Hello My friend, I'm not worried about that sturgis thing. Okay. Because, it's Sturgis you don't have any year Lily livered type folks people at Sturgis are GonNa be too tough your Cobra virus. The though Irish will be floating around in the air on a snot. Ball will see a weathered tattooed a Harley writer who probably is a police chief from the south and th that covert on the snap ball will say not for me and turn around the go go find somebody else maybe a librarian. the bike riders we find also Sam. Schreier. Yes. Sir You produce the broadcast. He's a what you call your prototypical suburban Dad Sam Schreier are you familiar with like on twitter like you can get a blue check mark? Yes. Okay. I just was doing some. You know wasting time and I saw here that a man who is a photographer at channel eight with seven hundred followers he has a blue check mark isn't the blue checkmark if like ca you have like tons of followers near like credited or signing a professional microphone operator with nineteen thousand followers and I cannot get a blue checkmark. Yeah. I I don't know what the check mark means I have no idea but clearly, it carries with it some status. Scott to be an I an insecure old man have no checkmark therefore no status i. I don't I. Don't get channel a cameraman a wonderful fellow. No doubt. But I is seven hundred fouls. Okay and he follows everybody himself and he's got a blue check mark I'm GonNa look up with with showed that. Got It for him. You think. In string had to be had be humbled street. we're honored to be joined. By a college lady MS Mackenzie row good morning Ma'am welcome to the broadcast. Hi. How are you good apologize for intruding on your time I know you're busy and stuff like that it it. gives us a bio who are you? What are you doing life? How old are you stuff like that? I'm eighteen. I'll be nineteen next month. I am an upcoming Sophomore at Hartwick College. I'm a physics major. I'm really interested in Strana me, and that's what. I do at school apart from my physics work. I have part time job in I'm really looking forward to go back to college. So like Carl, Sagan and. That Kinda in the the Stephen Hawking that kind of physics and space. Yes very SMART -ment outstanding. Outstanding is there I'm ignorant person but is that sort of like the exploration of space with math or something like that? Yeah like. It's it's such a diverse topic that. You can really do so much with it. you know like actually facie expansion of space. exploring with dark matter and dark jeet like quantum. It's very complex. Okay why don't you do that and I'll stay home and watch is okay. All, right. Thank you. We're we're we're Mackenzie row I is soon to be a sophomore in college soon to be nineteen years of age and where do you go to school again please ma'am. Hartwick College in Oneonta it's like in the western region of Albany area down that way. Sure. Very cool. Now, it did you grow up in a in a? In the country in in the village. Which would you go? From Parish New York. It's about a half hour north of Syracuse. It's a very small town My graduating class is about eighty five people I lived on a farm. It's a very. Redneck. Town dating I. Knew there is reason I. liked it. Let me ask you this a a half an hour north of Syracuse. Did it snow a lot where you grew up? Oh Yes where like right on the band of Tug Hell. o Clock Lots and lots of snow lots of snow days. Very very good. Now, here's the you you had to. You were driving home for something lower the doctor some while ago to tell us the story please. I have my wisdom teeth removed and everything was fine. But just in my luck I ended up getting like an introspection about a week after I got it. So I had to drive all the way up to watertown which I live in Syracuse now. So as an hour north of Syracuse. So I had to go all the way up there to have a checkup with my surgeon and. Get everything straightened out. Everything ended up. was fine got. Taken care off and on my way home. on eating on the highway where you're going sixty five miles an hour plus my tire POPs. Had Nice four big gashes in it and I have a diety not gonNA sugar coat it I was freaking out I was like, oh my gosh what do I do? I couldn't stay calm I pulled over fast as I could get over round brewer ten. I'm trying to call everyone I. Know I'm trying to call my dad? He's not answering the phone, my cousins no one's answering the phone. So I was with my mom and we're like, okay, we're just GONNA have to change ourselves and watching all these cars go by you at seventy miles an hour not. A very pleasing. Very nerve wracking but thankfully a trooper pullover and change my tire for me and he was in an unmarked car. So he wanted to you know keep going passing he could've and I would've never known that. He was. A police officer and I'm really thankful for him because he did not only he changed my tire, but he gave me his card. So if I need to get hold of him, if something happened again I, get directly hold a pen and after You know I was ready to get back on the road. He cuts his lights on and followed me for like a mile or just make sure my tell your state on securely that fallback off outstanding being eighteen year old mackenzie row he And the deal is though you you took a picture of him at work right. fixing your tire. I did and I voted it to facebook because I wanted. To give us little bit of recognition for his kind act and then giving a little. Famous. has all over three thousand likes now and around Two thousand shares I WANNA say give our take. That's amazing. So you take a picture a throw it up on facebook. Thank you so much and is starting with your group of friends. It just sort of exploded across the Internet. Yeah, which I was. Really. Thankful for because. You Know I. I didn't want. Like any crazy attention I just wanted you know. Someone to be recognized who did something really kind. And gentle listener were talking about it here. Now you know. watertown eighty, one a little bit distant from here. But the trooper who stopped to help her out is a captain mix survey who's now with Troop D. but who still lives down in Canandaigua in for a long time was lieutenant with troop e there, and of course, is.
"mackenzie" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Thanks, you appreciate that Good Morning Americans in hello my friend I'm not worried about that sturgis thing. Okay. 'CAUSE IT Sturgis. You don't have any year Lily livered type folks People at Sturgis won't be too tough your Cobra virus the virus will be floating around in the air on a not ball. It'll see a weathered a tattooed a Harley rider who probably a police chief from the south and that covert on the snap ball will say not for me and turn around go go find somebody else maybe librarian. I. Don't know The bike riders we find also. Sam Schreier. Yes. Sir You produce the broadcast. He's a what you call your prototypical suburban Dad Sam Schreier. Are you familiar with like on twitter like you can get a blue checkmark? Yes. I just was doing some. You know wasting time and I saw here that a man who is a photographer at channel eight with seven hundred followers he has a blue check mark isn't the blue checkmark. If like you have like tons of followers you're like credited or sign a professional microphone operator with nineteen thousand followers and I cannot get a blue checkmark. Yeah. I I don't know what the check mark means I have no idea but clearly, it carries with it some status Scott to be an I, an insecure old man have no checkmark therefore no status. I don't I don't get it but channel a cameraman a wonderful fellow. No doubt. But I is seven hundred hours. Okay and he follows everybody himself and he's got a blue check mark I'm GonNa. Look up with showed that. Got It for him. You think. String had to be had to be on bold. Street. we're honored to be joined. By a college Lady Ms Mackenzie row good morning ma'am. Welcome to the broadcast. High. Good I pol jobs for intruding on your time. I. Know You're busy and stuff like that. It it give. Give us little bio who are you? What are you doing life? How old are you stuff like that? I eighteen I'll be nineteen next month I am an upcoming Sophomore at Hartwick College I'm a physics Major. I'm really interested in Strana me and that's what. I do at school apart from physics work. I part time job in I'm really looking forward to go back to college. So like Carl, Sagan and. Did that Kinda in the man in the Stephen Hawking that kind of physics and space. Yes, very smart munt outstanding. Outstanding is there. I'm ignorant person but that's sort of like the exploration of space with math or something like that. yet like. It's it's such a diverse topic that. You can really do so much with it. you know like explorations facie expansion of space. exploring with dark matter and dark beat like quantum. Tough it's very complex. Okay why don't you do that and I'll stay home and watch jeopardy is. All right. Thank you. We're we're Mackenzie all I is soon to be a sophomore in college soon to be nineteen years of age and where do you go to school again please ma'am. Hartwick? College. In China it's like in the western region of Albany area down that way. Sure. Very cool. Now did did you grow up in a in a? In, the country in in the village what? Would you go From Paris, New York it's about a half hour north of Syracuse. It's a very small town My graduating class was about eighty five people I lived on a farm. It's a very. redneck. Town of Dating I. Knew there is reason I. liked it. Let me ask you this a half an hour north of Syracuse..
"mackenzie" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor
"I mean I. Don't want to me, but I you know. I have the radio show to and I mean I would love you to just just I want more Mackenzie in my life. I need more Mackenzie all. Taylor I. Love appreciate you and you're a wonderful person. Every time I would see you when we were at work together. So if you need me, you tell me wear evacuated. This comes like Shit on questions where your audience I guess I'll answer I mean just full disclosure I. Don't Know Shit like why. Like I keep gamble I'm like I know some things, but again I just wanted to off on the Internet. I did not intend. Send you guys. Thoughtful moments of reflection when I thought I didn't realize it was thought well. I been walk more specific. The universe capability wish for. Oh Shit well. You guys make sure to follow Mackenzie on Instagram, so we can see her thought. When I'm so excited for that day I'm looking at works about died at. USA To and be a young. You liked like a business degree. And also don't forget She is now these social media director at bt for at Beechy, plus and you can call them at BG P L U S, Mackenzie, you're the fucking Shit. Thank you so much, you. To us his lead make sure to next week and until then Yup rate review and subscribe to fogcast boy back next week..
"mackenzie" Discussed on The First Degree
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"mackenzie" Discussed on The First Degree
"After a whole lot of legal maneuvering and a lot of back and forth Christmas and eventually pleaded guilty to manslaughter. He was sentenced to just over fourteen years in prison. However Chris Wilson later attempted to withdraw his guilty plea claiming that he only accepted the plea because he felt he would not have received a fair trial. I think when they did their pre interviews the jurors it was like eighty five percent of. He's guilty. What's interesting and I didn't get into all of this. But he was offered initial plea which was which he turns down. Turn it down due. And then he was offered this and he took it takes. So it's Yikes. Yeah so he remains imprisoned in Washington and he'll be eligible for parole in two thousand twenty three. So what we found to be very odd was obviously this plea deal and this is Caitlin. R first degree felt the same way. It's this is not enough time for the loss of life. She was only seventeen when Chris killed her. He was twenty nine and Mackenzie will never get to do anything that her peers or loved ones got to do. And it's just not fair and if you look at this case it seems very open and shut when you look at just everything. Initially they had so much evidence. Why do they give him such a light sentence and plead him down the manslaughter from what we were told is? He got that because they wouldn't move the trial. Whatever reason and because it is such a small area keys or his attorney I guess was aware of the fact that it would be a very biased jury. Basically coming in with their minds made up already. 'cause he took a plea bargain and from that bargain. He got a very very minimal but to the point where he'll be out in a couple years possibly I. He's terrifies me now. Especially but key. I don't feel like to have the ability to be out and possibly again. What's the thing isn't you know my hope is but it never happens again in this. She doesn't do anything like this again. Then you know for lack of a better term. He learned a lesson. But my tells me that it's GonNa take a lot more than fourteen years. She deserved more than fourteen years. The sentence outraged those who loved Mackenzie. And those who support Chris in his innocence. Point to this as an indication that something fishy was going on but for those listening. What do you think with this question? We've come full circle and back to outcomes razor. What's the simplest explanation?.
"mackenzie" Discussed on The First Degree
"As much as anyone else was from what I saw. The apartment was less. It was maybe a mile in the school. I know it was less than that though. It was definitely within walking distance and so it wasn't like it was very far or out there and there was also Like a little quickie stop market right there too had that full food and snacks and stuff so she could have gone there. I don't know where she went but I'm completely throwing this out there so I have no idea but that was right next door to his apartment. I don't know I no one knows but the police have no explanation for how she got. There will it is. I mean we're talking about this before we according to so it's like. She was allegedly murdered in his apartment but then her car was found twenty million miles away miles away. One way or body was found twenty miles away. So it's like there's this triangle of where things are and there's no way to kind of piece them altogether so based on the time line so if the police is serious that she was killed in the apartment. It's like the car was found the same night. She went missing so the car was abandoned. First then the body would've had been moved because it fun four days later so more time you know but I think the car is important. I have this car near me. Yeah easy to getting in my apartment. I have time to figure this out. And then so what was interesting in that we haven't mentioned yet is so. He sold his car in April or his truck. Whatever it is but it was unusual time to sell it. He wouldn't normally have done that. No plans to sell his car. It's like you or any of US abruptly solar car without being like I'm shopping for a new car. It'd be like why are you to your car on a whim without. It's an expensive thing you bring it up and over. This guy is a student of these shows at least a student of Dexter student of silence of the lambs Kim potentially having an accomplice or whatever driving the car to one place depositing the body into another place is not unheard of cow and from the very beginning crystals and maintained his innocence. His defense claimed that he was being targeted because he was different and eccentric into dark hobbies and these apparently were things that made the police single him out as a potential suspect. The defense pointed the finger at Sam and Emmanuel. The two men who had already been cleared as the real killers. Mackenzie Cowl who also again had airtight alibis. Right and there was. They searched high and low like for digital evidence of this. This snuffle yeah. They got warrants to search their phones. I mean gator's where it's like if you were shown this if you were showing this video Liz. It had to have been on a phone or like there's no also they had to have been open enough to have it somewhere to be displayed exactly. Yeah so. His defense went as far as to claim that the police had planted. Mckenzie's blood Chris's apartment in also planted his DNA on the duct tape. Very making a murderer. We talked about that. The defense questioned the blood evidence. Further delivered on McKenzie's injuries. One neck wound header jugular. Which would have caused massive bleeding? And they asked. Mackenzie was killed there. Why wasn't there more blood one other thing? The defense did to which was fascinating and up like truly and I don't know this. Did you see this on the forty eight hours Jack? Where when they were in the court proceeding phase. They were accusing the father and he was like crying being like they're naming me in this. It's horrible. It was so horrible because you can tell how distraught this family is and it's just like I get defense attorneys or a necessary evil. I get. They're doing their job but like come on. This was devastation. That's fucking in naming the Father. Who was having a father daughter dinner with her that night and just broke my heart to watch it slow so most of so. The prosecution went back at them and they said you know what these accusations of police planting evidence now preposterous Salmon Emmanuel they had been thoroughly cleared as suspects and they had multiple people corroborating their alibis and there was an explanation for why there wasn't more blood in Chris's apartment member. Chris was obsessed with this. Tv Show Dexter. We've all watched dexter. But if you've never seen it. Dexter is a serial killer and kills bad guys but when he does kill them he lines the room in plastic like overly with plastic. It's just like it's filthy. Ran Wrap Line exactly and he does this to make sure that he's not leaving any evidence. He's incredibly meticulous in this show and the prosecution assuming that Chris must have done this rather successfully but some blood must have spilled onto the carpet when.
"mackenzie" Discussed on The First Degree
"Police reexamined the surveillance footage from the day. Mackenzie went missing and they see that. Chris left the school around the same time as McKenzie. I think it was literally like seventy seconds after. She had walked out the door gough like he went through a different entrance exit exit. Maybe a minute after right. It was very very soon after her. And it turns out that three witnesses reported seeing a man matching Chris's physical description near where McKenzie's car had been abandoned. There's no doubt that. This circumstantial evidence was interesting. Know he knew McKenzie he was on the tape. This yeah the last image of her alive and he had the serial killer obsession. But you know this idea that that he had these like weird comments and he had the serial killer obsession and he had this tattoo of Hannibal Lecter. A lot of people can be considered guilty. Just based on this stuff seeming. Everybody went through a Google search history. Saw even for just work and all the shit that we are googling and then you look like billy. It's just a whole abilities guilty and just by just by looking at it may have just been a classmate who is kind of creeped out by him. Which is not necessarily a bad thing to just like. You always want people to do that. So it's like if you think there could be something about this guy speak up right but it did seem a little bit like I look back at the westbound I. It's very west Memphis three vibe. Yes we're looking at like all right. Well who are the be outcasts? Who were the kids that are wearing black and listen to heavy metal and they get these these these kids particularly Damian. It's not like what West Memphis three. This is just what we're projecting onto this because he's just you know like a suspect like well we're just looking at it just from from the his physical appearance. Or it's like. Oh you're creepy Goth loaner Satanic Kid. Just by your looks with the Hannibal Lecter. Tattoo Dexter right so so. The police were able to get access to his apartment that he just moved out of so he had moved out of the apartment he'd been living in during the time of Mackenzie's murder and they were able to look around in there and what they found was chilling. They found a faded blood spot on the carpet and they cut it out and sent it in for testing and they tested it against McKenzie's DNA and it was a match. So why was McKenzie's blood on this guy's carpet? The police searched Chris's phone and computer and they found this video. Have been taken by Chris's Francesa for clean considering considering testing. Chris claimed the audio you just heard was from a video that they had taken. When Chris moves out of his apartment they said they filmed this walk through of the apartment as proof of how he left it so he could get his full deposit back. Chris claimed that he had a huge party at his apartment. Which explains why. They're saying what they said in this video. It's really clean. Considering what happened to her? It's really considering considering Dr Heinberg snickering when they say it. It's very chilling. Well it's like she whatever is considering she definitely knows what they're talking about the. You can't see the visuals obviously. This is an audio medium up on Youtube. I'm sure on Youtube only seat on the forty eight hours. But they're focusing on the bath tub. Which really is chilling and then zooming in to a piece of the carpet. Yeah it was very very weird but the police saw this video and they also knew where the blood spot was found so they did not buy this one bit. They believe that tests in. Chris both knew that Mackenzie had been killed in this apartment and the police phone more than just this video on Christmas computer. They found photos of Tessa quote posing as a dead person on the very same spot in Chris. Wilson's apartment where they found McKenzie's blood and when the question. Tessa about this evidence. She claimed to have no knowledge of the bloodstain and she said that Chris had told her to pose there. But this all looks really bad. But the nail in Chris's coffin would come from a secret weapon that the police had been holding back at the senior becomes his body had been found. The police recovered a piece of duct tape that had been used in the murder in on that duct tape they found unknown male DNA. And once Chris was on their radar they tested against his DNA and it was a match. It's at this point that the police really start to close in on Chris. Oh my goodness oh we just got to school in an hour every morning up in the freshman classroom as a whole group the entire school is there for a theory class and we got there and we were in theory and all the sudden someone tried to get up and go to the bathroom and we were locked in this room and they wouldn't let us out and it was a couple of hours. It seemed like later that we're finally out. But the police were actually at our school getting into his Walker and clearing it out and then we found out in that time that they had arrested him and I remember almost having like an Zaidi attack and me and a couple of friends in our group. They actually took us his office because we were so shook up about it and my boyfriend at the time came and picked me up. They lost the school. Shut it down. It was only they'd ever shut the school down because everyone was so blown away. And just scared you know and heartbroken and all the emotions and cubbies you know consigned in one space for so long while the police are there as makes you wonder what's going on and confused and we didn't have any idea it was close to home as it was you know that was completely out of left field. Finally approximately eight months after McKenzie was murdered. An arrest was made. Christopher Scott Wilson was taken into custody and charged with second degree murder and then he was held on a million dollars. Bail people who took classes at the Academy of hair design with Bolton Wilson Cow. Say Wilson was fun to be around and friendly but information released in court documents. Say Wilson was obsessed with death that bodies and serial killers. He told people that when he worked at a funeral home he'd liked to cut people up. It's really scary. Especially since it's right there. Kristie old lives right behind. Wilson's apartment and she met him a few months ago when he cut her six-year-old daughter's hair. He was really patient. Really calm with it was it was good. I mean I would have taken her back. You know to have him do her hair. Overall feeling of Nazi is shock for some people. That shock is mixed with relief. Having I've just happened in the valley. It's it's devastating for others. More pain I love to Mackenzie. She was in my class. A great girl for this too. It's like a double tragedy. It's you know it's like getting slammed twice Chris's Francesa was arrested. Also and she was accused of helping. Chris Conceal the crime but for whatever reason those charges never came to fruition and they were eventually dropped. It makes me wonder if because where she where Mackenzie was found was so far town and so far from where her car was found out of town but it makes me think there had to be someone else involved at least moving him around you know getting him from point a to point B but I. I don't know if she obviously I feel like knew more than she let on But for whatever reason she was never it's like they arrested her and then she just kind of disappeared from the news for a while so on the heels of Chris her classmates arrest. Caitlyn started to think back on the months that had passed. It had been eight months so she realized stat at this memorial. Chris attended and sort of feigned sadness. And this whole thing really repulsed. Her he did had and in fact. I can't I tried to see if I could find it. There was a picture somewhere. We all have these white shirts with her picture on and he showed up in beauty school here which was all black when he was there. He was very STOIC He had a bad based but has demeanor was kind of standoffish. It pisses me off to the bombing. I'm sorry but it does. How can you do that? And her family. And then your classmates are sitting around you and crying. And it was so heartbreaking and you have the guts to show up and sit there and I know that people do that but you know killers do that. Come on now. Police had their guy and they had a theory. They have a theory. But there's no explanation for how Mackenzie and criss cross paths ended up. I mean their theory is that she was killed in his apartment. And that's an interesting theory. The last tech she sent was to her boyfriend around three. She's she left the parking lot of the beauty school around three. So it's it's very curious about how she would have ended up at the apartment. No and I you know I still have questions about that too. Because that part doesn't make sense to me to be perfectly honest I don't know how he convinced her. Or How exactly? She got to his apartment. I have no clue. I mean unless he knew where she was going to whatever she was doing if she was getting coffee or something to eat or whatever it was unless he knew if she told him or said something to someone overheard. I have no idea how they would have crossed paths outside of school. They're friendly I mean we're you know.
"mackenzie" Discussed on The First Degree
"So they had it at the Tempo Center which is an arena and they had her family you know and really close friends and everyone was sitting down in the where the ice usually is. And then the rest of us are all up in the stands and we had shirts made that beautiful with her picture on it and most of us were that and we all sat together and it was heartbreaking to see her parents at their and her brothers. Oh my gosh. Her brothers were just. It just broke my heart in a whole another level you know and I actually gone to high school with her cousin. So Sh- I saw her and it was none. I mean you know. It doesn't feel like this should be happening. And then we went outside and release balloons and there are so many pink and purple balloons. It I still have a picture of it actually in it. I remember just crying and the person I was with after release the blanchet holding me and I was standing in the parking lot and I just lost it stopping and all my friends that were there from school. We were just destroyed. So months had passed since the discovery of Mackenzie's body. A lot of us that our officers are also fathers and we're investigating the death of a child McKenzie. We go home and see our children. Think there but for the Greasy God. This could happen to our child as well. It makes it tough and it's been tough because it has been over three months now that we've been investigating this case and we just haven't gotten that at little break that we need to go ahead and turn the fullness we're using every tool that we think we're using the cell phone towers to go ahead and try to locate where certain calls or made from bolts from McKinsey in certain people. We've looked at during the course of the investigation. We subpoenaed phone records throughout this investigation to help us along that as well. We have use polygraph tests as a way to go ahead and try to figure out as the person we need to focus more on or not Absolutely we're doing everything that we can think to do to solve this case about her boyfriend. Her boyfriend was interviewed early on. He was interviewed extensively. this point. He is not as focusing the investigation either. I really think that it's time for someone to step forward and help solve this case. I know that you out there know who did this. And it's important to my family for you to bring up person forward. Police had interviewed more than eight hundred people throughout the course of their investigation. They'd gone through a ton of tips and actually gone from having three potential suspects to nine but that was all about to change. The police received an anonymous letter. That pointed the finger at one of Mackenzie's beauty school classmates a twenty nine year old. Christopher Scott Wilson. The letter stated that Chris had a quote unquote obsession with death. Dead Bodies in serial killers. The police started questioning other classmates of their as and learned that Chris had an obsession with Dexter TV. Show and a tattoo. Depicting Hannibal Lecter. So Chris had actually been going to school longer. It's the school's kind of set up weird. It's these groups. They call them. Freshmen come in usually like thirty to forty at a time and they come in. I think four times a year. They're starting classes and he had started before us so he was in. You know a sophomore range or whatever you WANNA call it so. The first time I met Chris the first day he was the one that led all the freshmen to the freshman classrooms. And I remember when I saw him he I had that feeling like he's just too much for me. There's something that is scaring me. He was very intimidating and not like physically but just his presence. Chris Wilson told one classmate that he used to work in funeral homes on that he quote liked to cut people up. We see each other. You know every single day we go to school Monday through Friday. Eight to five and were there together in this building and it's so you see 'em and run into them. I got through all my freshman training and we went down on the floor to start actually working on human hair people clients and we have this Halloween contest Where we would dress up. Our mannequins do their hair and makeup and I remember working on mine and I looked up and left over where she was directly across from me and he had a razor blade a straight razor and he's cutting the office use mansion and I was so freaked out and look that when my classmates doing and she was like oh she worked at a more he likes to do that kind of stuff and I was just like okay. I'm really keeping my distance because that is scary. He just gave me this scary creepy vibes. 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"mackenzie" Discussed on The First Degree
"As concern in the community is escalating. The detectives are working to pinpoint the last communication in the last time. Mckenzie had been seen before she went missing so they determined that she had attended her morning classes. That day arrived at the beauty school and a beauty. School classmate explain. The McKenzie exited the building shortly after three o'clock and had told everyone that she'd be back in fifteen minutes but she never returned so the police went to the school. They pull the surveillance footage. That depicted Mackenzie walking away from the school and towards her car in the parking lot before driving. Away once police received Mackenzie sell records. They learned that right around the time when she got into her car. Presumably she sent a text message to her boyfriend. Joaquin that said. Hey what's up in this was also the last time. Mackenzie used her phone. Meanwhile a search of the area where McKenzie's car was found continued for four days and at one. Pm On the afternoon of February thirteenth their worst fears were realised on the banks of the Columbia River near resort community about twenty miles away from a Naci and fifty yards from vacant house. That was for sale. They discovered the body of a female. She was fully clothed with her feet. In the water. It was Mackenzie and it was clear that she had been brutally murdered. This discovery sent shockwaves through this idyllic community. Her family and friends were beyond crushed. Mckenzie wasn't missing. She wasn't just dead. Someone had brutally taken her life. I shut down. I didn't WANNA I was out of birthday party when I got the news that they found the body. It hasn't been identified but I was like really how many other young girls women are missing from this area so I was like. I don't know who it is. I don't want them to identify. I don't I don't want to know so I just kind of shut it down and I didn't want to knowledge but it was her and then there's the fear and the the sadness that she's gone all set in and it just makes me want to hide but it was like watching a movie in your. It was just so bizarre. We live in a small town. And how that was such a gruesome thing. How did that end up here like to me? It was that should have happened in Seattle or even spokane. Why is it Achy? How could somebody do this? And why this isn't the kind of place where murderers happen. And Mackenzie was. A perfect child. Didn't break the rules. Didn't do anything unsavory. She's the last person that this should have happened to an everyone struggles to make sense of it. So an autopsy determined McKenzie's cause of death to have been strangulation and stab wounds to the neck and there was also blunt force trauma to her head and it also seemed that. Kenny's killer had tried to cut off one of her arms after her death and a knife was found and it was still stuck in her shoulder. The medical examiner found no evidence that she had been sexually assaulted the wounds she sustained. Were awful. The results of the autopsy prompted a really glaring question. If this heinous crime wasn't sexually motivated and that's not necessarily to listen. A lot of crimes can be sexually motivated. Even if there's no penetration there's no nothing. What could have possibly compelled someone to kill this innocent seventeen year old high school student and following the discovery of Mackenzie's body law enforcement assembled the McKenzie cal task force which is a multi-agency police group dedicated to solving her murder. They started by looking and speaking to those closest to her as they do. They questioned her family and her boyfriend. Joaquin and of course. He's upset and in shock over what has happened to his girlfriend. Police questioned him at length before asking him whether he'd be willing to take a lie detector test Joaquin agreed. The first question was. Do you know what happened to Mackenzie and Joaquin apparently filled the question could joaquin of killed. Mackenzie and like Alexis said in the beginning. It's always the husband is always the boyfriend. It's the easiest answer. The cops were looking at him hard. But at this point they had no physical evidence tying him to the crime. They kept him on the radar but continued to explore their other possibilities. There was a lot of rumors going around about you know family involvement. Obviously that's stuff. That is ridiculous sometimes not all the time but in this case it was completely off and then her boyfriend was not that type of person from what I understood and let she founded like talking about him so it was. I didn't have any clue at this point that the police learn about some of Mackenzie's family dynamics her parents were divorced and her mother had a boyfriend. Who Mackenzie was not that thrilled about? The Guy's name is Joey Fisher and he. Mackenzie had apparently got into this huge argument the day before she had gone missing and the police question him but in a situation similar to Joaquin their read on him was inconclusive. This guy could be involved. But they didn't have much evidence more investigation would be needed and there was no nothing really glaring that was setting off alarm bells about it in cases like this police are lucky to have one good lead and thus far we have to but a third was about to come into play in. This would complicate the investigation. Horrify onlookers a woman named Liz. Read came forward claiming to have information about Mackenzie's murder. And you have to know. Liz is a complex character. She was a college student former. Drug dealer and the time has happened. She'd also been a police informant in. Liz told the police that she knew who had killed. Mackenzie she said it was to drug dealers named Sam Cuevas in a manual Santos and she said it had all been a case of mistaken identity. The two men supposedly believed that Mackenzie was a police informant in the next thing that Liz said chilled them to their core with spine tingling. Liz claimed to have seen a snuff film of Mackenzie's murder. She further claimed that same cuevas admitted to her. I choke that bitch to shut her up. And this is a jaw dropping story. It was as horrific as it was bizarre. Could this be true? And if so how did Mackenzie Cross paths with these men? Liz continued and described the alleged murder weapon and she also gave police a ring. Which he claimed had belonged to Mackenzie. Liz had this ring in her possession because Emmanuel had sent her back to the murder site after it was all done to go back and find the ring probably so they couldn't be clean. Yeah right so. This point heads are spinning is a lot of people at play here that the police are looking at. There's Joaquin a Kansas boyfriend. There's Joey Fisher. Mckenzie's mother's boyfriend. Then they're sam and Emmanuel who killed Mackenzie well and there's also like a stranger theory. Caitlyn said that she was scared. She actually didn't come back to beauty school when she heard what happened. She's like I need more time off like they gotta catch this guy before we go back to school. Yeah so I mean Wall Emmanuel and Sam are strangers. There's the idea that like she also described Nazi as this theory in the center of Washington. It's transient if you have to go from south to North or North or South you pass through with Naci. So he's she's like tons of tourist tons of like strangers in and out super possible that it's a random person. They looked at Joaquin at length. And they learned that this young couple had a solid relationship and the rarely fought but perhaps more importantly on top of that. Joaquin had an airtight alibi and his cell phone activity put him in another area. And the same was the case for Joey Fisher. He had a proven alibi so he really could not have been the one to kill. Mackenzie either right. So the police turn their attention back to Liz. They needed to pressure test. Her story as well as it was. I mean they couldn't discount it. They had to look into it. So they showed the ring that Liz claim to be McKenzie's to Mackenzie's family none of them recognize it as belonging to her Joaquin said the same thing. He's never seen this before but there was a picture of her wearing so we watched a forty eight hours about this case. But I don't like they were holding a silver ring in the picture was just a silver ring and I just don't like a silver ring a little ball on it but it's also like you could have running water so it's only grandma's heirloom ring. That is not specific. Yeah I don't know loses a complex character. You don't know why someone would lie about something like this. You know nothing comes to fruition in the sense that like their gaping holes in Liz's story. Why would these men have targeted Mackenzie as an informant? Why would they think she was an informant? Mackenzie didn't do drugs there. No connection between Mackenzie and these guys know documented communication between them. Mackenzie had no reason to be in these guys paths. And it's hard to imagine how they would have come in contact with her so you have to understand. They had surveillance of her walking newer car. Her last tax was to her boyfriend. How do these guys find her? How did they come in like? It doesn't make any sense and for she seventeen. These are older hardened criminals. It's just it's weird. There's there's no reason that they should be you know associated with each other but besides all that same Cuevas Emmanuel Sarah's were interviewed at length and produced really solid alibis. There were many witnesses in phone records if they had that place them elsewhere on the day. Mackenzie disappeared it's at this point that loses credibility came under fire and then on top of everything else. She recanted her story. And said it was a lie right and you have to know this goes back and forth. She goes back and said I recant it because I felt threatened. I recant because I thought you were gonNA arrest me for the murder. She has all these excuses for her. Recant meant because today she says it's true. It's just sketch sketchy that was just crazy. We didn't really hear about that too much for a while because at the beauty school they were keeping us very Informed but guarded and got whole summer we were actually the police were there doing. Dna Swabs and then taking us up to the police station which is like a couple of blocks away. We've walked up. They're in groups of four and all of us be interviewed throughout the summer. You know this is going on for months. So that theory that.
"mackenzie" Discussed on The First Degree
"Thing. It was a joke but then maybe like she's been in an accident because where her dad lives. She would have had to drive up river and I was like well. Maybe she got an accident. And you know she's stranded on the side of the road or something you know or something happened in her car. Left the roadway or something close to a hundred people. Pack downtown Wenatchee tonight for a candlelight vigil for seventeen year old McKenzie cowl. Missing since Tuesday Mackenzie was last seen leaving beauty school. Her car was found forty miles from her home. Her disappearance is so baffling because by all accounts but Kenzi is a very responsible person a good student and involved in a number of community activities. And that's why detectives say it's unlikely to leave the area that telling anyone where she was going because he was last seen leaving beauty school on Tuesday afternoon when Achy her two thousand Red Pontiac Grand Prix was found a few hours later off Pitcher Canyon road forty miles from home and Rondo in that car. Detectives found McKenzie's first however her cell phone and debit card are missing. Six different agencies are now involved in the search including an FBI team specializing in child. Abductions detectives have filed search warrants with my space facebook and Verizon hoping those records can provide the key to finding Mackenzie detectives also spend the day interviewing McKenzie's friends and dance teammates really upset because like she is my best friends like.
"mackenzie" Discussed on The First Degree
"Arkan's razor is a problem solving principle. That states explanation in which you have to make. Few assumptions is the correct. One or more simply. The simplest explanation is the best one and most of the time. This principle serve us well even crime. We all know the phrases. The husband did it. The boyfriend did it but sometimes it's not that simple. Sometimes an answer comes from out of the blue and today's case takes us back to February ninth of two thousand and ten the song topping the charts was tick tock by cash and a dangerous man and Dante's inferno were in theaters and the setting for today's case is Watchi- Washington. This small picturesque town is like something out of a Norman Rockwell Painting. The town considers itself the apple capital of the world and they have a yearly. Apple Blossom Parade Festival and this parade has marching. Bands has floats and it features a performance by a local high school dance team called the epaulettes rights and one of the dancers on this apple. Let's dance team was seventeen year old high school. Student named Mackenzie Cowl. Mckenzie was a senior at high school and she was described as beautiful vibrant bubbly and friendly. In addition to all of that Mackenzie was really ambitious on top of being on the dance team and her studies she also did modeling on the side and decided to learn cosmetology in her spare time so after school she took classes at the Academy of Hair Design in downtown. Naci in what free time McKenzie had aside from. All of that she spent with her boyfriend in his name was walking. Bill Asano so in order to learn more about McKenzie we're going to introduce our first degree. Caitlyn and she McKenzie met at the Academy of hair design. So we all star was Mackenzie like fun so I started the same day. She did We were in the same freshman class. She came in for the High School. Half Day and I was there full days because I graduated high school and that was a full day thing so she come in at noon and we were kind of part of the same. Little Group of friends are like seven of us that kind of tended to migrate together and sit together and study together and so she was part of that and she was so fun. She was always smiling and laughing. She's dancing. She always look to dance. Even during class had the most beautiful hair. It was so long you know. Of course that's what we're studying so we're all jealous of each other's hair at the time you know but No she does the sunshine she's probably In the morning February Ninth Mackenzie was going through the motions and preparing for another busy normal day. She got up got ready for school and then talk to her daughter. She was packing up her books. She and her dad decided that they'd have dinner together. That evening. When Mackenzie got home from school they agreed to eat around six PM. They said their goodbyes and she left the house between seven and seven thirty in the morning. So it's nearing the end of the day. Mackenzie style looks at the clock and it's five forty. Pm and he's thinking that classes at the hair. Kademi let out at five. So Mackenzie should be home by now. He calls her cell phone. And it goes straight to voicemail. It calls again straight to voicemail again. This is really odd and his feelings that start as irritation. They transform into anger as the hours passed. We've done that before we're calling up. Somebody is like where are you? Are you now in pissed but now I'm scared well and you have kids? It's like you call the first time. You're you're -tated. Yeah and then if they don't answer the third time you're like oh no it's okay though. Call me back and then it's like they call you back and you're relieved in frustrated but like yeah. I can imagine the feeling and this time though. That didn't happen because Mackenzie didn't make it home by her. Apm curfew so. This is the situation right now. Rate and McKenzie's parents started calling around her friends and also to her boyfriend to see where she could be in. No one had seen her or knew what could be holding her up. The worry persisted and spread from her family in to her group of friends because he was responsible in very close to their parents. This is not normal behavior for her hours passed with no word from Mckenzie and then her dad's phone rings. The initial hope is obviously that it would be her but it wasn't on the line was a sheriff's deputy. They found a red car registered in his name. And use that information to track him down this car of course McKenzie's but she was not with vehicle a rancher living in a remote area nearly forty miles away called mission ridge call. The police and reported in abandoned red car in his driveway. Was on the phone. Mackenzie's father till the cops that his daughter had been missing for hours immediately law enforcement understood the seriousness of the situation and called in a team to look for evidence at the scene. They discovered McKenzie's purse and some of her clothes in the car. Her Debit Card and cell phone were missing and they one pair of footprints leading away from the scene so this would be a terrifying scenario. There's no reason that McKenzie would have gone anywhere without a purse and there's absolutely no reason for her to be in this remote area alone so something was terribly wrong. And the Chillan County Sheriff's Office began searching for Mackenzie a multiple different ways including by helicopter. Were combing the area near where the car was found. Search warrants were issued for Mackenzie's phone records. And all of her social media activity and at the request of the sheriff the FBI was called in to assist with.
"mackenzie" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Creating the question of whether via was even there in the beginning of the movie or whether that music triggered the first idea that center down this kind of imaginary journey and so as you were working with charlie's and mackenzie were you talking to them essentially as one character or were you were you were you really saying you are to delineated people i mean it'd be great right if i just mackenzie you're not even here so i mean did you find you wanted to be tricky or did did simplifying things help or there was one real keynote for i mean for shirley's and you've worked with her mackenzie yes sorry they're both brilliant yeah shirley's it was very easy shirley's it was not really easy but the she is she wants to dig in find authenticity so badly that if you give her the opportunity she will go further than any other actor and so that that's what that was about and i'm apparent she's apparent than that we kinda knew what her journey was there with mackenzie we found some early very early on it was a great you know way in which is when people watch this movie for the second time or third or fourth when he tried to you know tonight or you start you watch it from a whole other point of view now you're watching mackenzie show up at the door and she's wondering who do i the come mood why mary what am i kids look like how is my marriage are we talking are we happy what do we do for a living.