36 Burst results for "Marilyn"

Fresh update on "marilyn" discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

01:17 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marilyn" discussed on Gloss Angeles

"Yeah, I bet Amazon's got them too. If you got the wolf haircut or the butterfly haircut, literally just buy a small barrel curling iron and make your hair looked permed and then wear that shirt and that like a leather jacket and a fake guitar and you're good. You're Eddie Munson. So easy. So easy. Okay. My last one is Marilyn Monroe because blond. It's out now, right? Blond came out last week, yes. I have not watched it yet. I plan on watching it. Oh, you are. I don't think I can watch it. Oh, is it too dark? Just from what I've read, there is a scathing review of it in The New York Times. And normally I don't necessarily agree with The New York Times on their critical reviews of movies, but I think several points were made. I want to see it because I heard Ana de Armas is incredible. I mean, she got what, like, a 15 minute standing ovation. And I think I would love to see that, like obviously I'm passionate about the hair and makeup and those teams like nailed it. But this is not a biographical film. This is based off of a book, so there was a lot of creative liberties taken. And from my understanding, it sounds like that movie kind of extrapolates her to just that sex symbol that she never ever wanted to be known for and her like she was so much more than that and there's some really dark, really invasive scenes in the movie. To the point that I was like, I don't know if I can watch this because it would be triggering like disrespectful to Maryland. That's interesting. I didn't read that. That's kind of like how I felt with the Spencer. Same. Yeah, I could not get through it. Yeah. It was really hard to watch and also, you know, like, I mean, it's like you want to watch the art because I think Kristen Stewart was amazing. Yes, she was amazing. Beautiful the way everything was shot, but it was so hard to watch. It was. It was like painful to sit through, and that's kind of how I feel about this with Marilyn. I mean, do you remember when Mac did that collaboration with the Marilyn Monroe estate? It was like 2011 or 2012. No, it was probably 2011, 'cause I was still, I wasn't even working at PopSugar yet. I was doing my blog while working at Rogers and cowan.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:43 min | 6 d ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Scenes. And on the one hand, that is a reality of every woman's life and show it. Or acknowledge it on the other hand, it doesn't really feel like these scenes are being used to speak to the reality of what it means to be a child bearing person. They are just really, really digging in, and that was when I felt the fact that a man was making this film more than any other point. I should also add that there is a talking fetus who or maybe three, I'm not really sure I was so angry throughout all of them. And this is meant to communicate a Marilyn Monroe's sense of longing for a child and the loss that she feels as she's not able to have these children, whether for career reasons or her own reasons. I thought that was just like conservative trash. I was so offended by it. It was really, really, really disgusting in my opinion. Yeah, the movie is this really messy blend of a feels like a few distinct influences. Those sequences in particular feel very Terry Gilliam to me. They're almost like fantastical, but brutalist at the same time, and then there's obviously a massive Terrence malick influence on this movie. There are sequences where you looking into the stars and the stars are moving and the evolution of life and the majestic power of the cosmos and the earth colliding and all of this kind of like way less elegantly handled visual styling. And then I just thought of Oliver Stone a lot. And as you know, I like Oliver Stone a lot and all of a sudden has made a couple of movies that I would name among my favorite movies, including JFK. Right. And it's not just the JFK's in this movie that I thought of JFK, but it's because of the big sweeping conclusions that JFK tends to make that I think are diverting from the truth at times, but are also this bizarre psychological projection of a filmmaker talking about the death of a country, the death of an industry, the death of an American innocence, like Andrew Dominic is doing something very similar with Marilyn Monroe that JFK was doing with that all over someone was doing with JFK, which is like kind of maybe sorting through his daddy issues. And the idea of dad ruined everything and I'm desperately reaching for dad and someone took dad away from me, which is just the most facile psychobabble imaginable and JFK was made 30, 25, 30 years ago, you know, like we're far past culture. But JFK the film also adds in just some huge amount of wild level conspiracy theory governmental. It is a movie about capital a America. Now it's like a batshit crazy movie about America, but it spans a lot. This is blond is just daddy issues. That's true. That's true. But it does do some things that are similar though. One of the key two of the key characters in blond are cast chaplain and Eddie G this is so weird. Who are these two handsome dashing young actors who meet Marilyn and early stage in her career, we come to learn that they're Charles Chaplin, Charlie Chaplin, and Edward G Robinson's very handsome Playboy sons.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

02:34 min | 6 d ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Big Picture

"For what? Well, I think one of the ways that the film is most effective if unintentionally is that you start to worry for her. And I don't mean this in a concerned troll experiment, but you know, it was three hours. I had some time to think about the making of this movie, while watching this movie. And imagine that process. Yeah. And just hard work. Living in it, every single day, and she by all accounts is not really a method, actor, and she had a great cover story in a variety of area where she talks about leaving it and not totally living in it, but she also says that she filmed No Time to Die. The Bond movie after blond and she talks about how Maryland the Maryland character was kind of still with her and you can kind of see it in her No Time to Die performance, which the glamour of it you mean? And I think the charisma and a little bit the bubbliness and all of the things, frankly, that she wasn't allowed to do as Marilyn in this movie, which when you think about that scene, which we immediately compare it to like a 30 screwball. Like there is something really vibrant about it. She's great. And she wasn't allowed to do any of that in this movie. So it spills over into No Time to Die. Yeah, this movie is such a head scratcher for me because when it ended, I was impressed by a certain aspect of it and the more I've thought about it and the more time I've spent rewatching Marilyn Monroe's films or reading about her life, the more I'm just confounded about why everyone thought this was such a good idea. I guess as far as as far as underarm is goes like, is this like an award worthy performance? Is it like a notable? I guess what I'm trying to figure out is sort of like, is this a movie that's just going to come and go? Because it's a movie that we've been hearing about for a long, long time, and that has come under much controversy in part because it received an NC 17 rating, and it does feature some not just disturbing, but sexually explicit sequences throughout, as you pointed out here, multiple abortion sequences that are among the most disturbing ever rendered. Yeah. Should we talk about that now? Yeah, sure. Because that's when it really tips over for me. And it's not the abortion sequences. I believe there are, and I can't believe we're counting like this, and I really edge into horrible, like a corner of the Internet, I don't want to edge in when I'm like, I think there are two abortions and one lost pregnancy and anyway, there are three just really medical surgery, room, invasive, deeply upsetting

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Are Trump Boxes the Real Problem?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | Last month

Are Trump Boxes the Real Problem?

"I do want to talk about allocation of bureau resource. You have a lot of FBI agents living in your state and they're important and valued members of our entire national fabric. They do great work. But I don't know where John Bolton lives, but the Iranian revolutionary guard corps could force does. I'm worried about people in front of justice Kavanaugh's house, including an attempted assassination of him. I'm worried about an open border. I'm I just don't know about the allocation of resources to boxes and Donald Trump's basement that this represents. Well, I can't argue with that and Marilyn probably has a higher percentage of FBI agents living there than any other state. I would imagine we've got a higher percentage of federal employees than any other state we surround the nation's capital. I just had a meeting with John Bolton last week in Annapolis. He lives in Maryland. And he does have security. I mean, I don't know all the details of these threats, but apparently it's still a concern. And we have been both Glenn youngkin and I, governor of Virginia, have been pushing the Biden administration to do more at the federal level to help us. It's been state and local police trying to enforce the law, but there are federal laws protecting the Supreme Court Justices, and they're really not doing it.

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'The Gray Man' Is Just More of the Same

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 2 months ago

'The Gray Man' Is Just More of the Same

"I go to Netflix. And there's this movie with a great test. Billy Bob Thornton, who I love, know the guy, great guy. And in the arms, the cutie pie cube and who's gonna play Marilyn Monroe in the biopic and here's 2023. Maybe late this year, but I think 2023, Chris Evans, who the ladies love, and I don't mind saying the guy's hot, like a Chris helmsworth or there's so many of them. But I think the Chris Evans thing, to me, he's fake and put on, obviously, great physique, nice features, but sometimes all those things together don't add up to a great looking guy. You know what I mean? There's no edge to him. I don't know. And of course, Ryan Gosling, who I think is a beautiful man. He's got, in my opinion, maybe the most beautiful wife in Hollywood and Eva Mendes. I think she's right up there at the top. The movie is called the gray man. Let me tell you right now, you can skip the gray man. Never has there been more boring of big names, a more boring cast of big names, so much star power right there. So little intrigue, and I'm getting tired of these films, you know? An imprisoned murderer who has his sentence commuted in exchange for becoming a trained underground killer for the CIA. He carries that secret unsavory missions for the government. So many of the same scripts just plugging in different actors,

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Rep. Marilyn Strickland Says Overturning Roe Is About Control Not Life

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Marilyn Strickland Says Overturning Roe Is About Control Not Life

"That up the Indiana attorney general Todd rokita has been hit with a formal misconduct complain over his threats to prosecute a Doctor Who performed the abortion on that ten year old. Yeah. They filed a complaint against them. They alleged she intended to harass and intimidate doctor kaitlin Bernard when he falsely insinuated she did not properly file a report. She did report, right? The single networked his decision to publicly disparage her threatened to prosecute her during an interview on Fox News as a major red line, the no attorney general should cross. They said the attorney general was tasked with protecting citizens not going after them without evidence on television. It seems like these Republicans are so eager to get on Fox News that they don't even check. I mean, the original didn't even check that there was a ten year old raped in his state. Could not wait to go on Fox News to call this a lie. When all he had to do was call Columbus police department, correct? No, no, correct. And again, this is why this is not about protecting the sanctity of life. This is about control. It's about controlling women's bodies. It's about controlling our economic opportunities. This is about control. And I said this on the steps of the capitol when we had the presser with speaker Pelosi and Lizzie Fletcher, the other co sponsored bill. And this is about

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If Reproductive Healthcare Can Go, What Is Next?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:00 min | 2 months ago

If Reproductive Healthcare Can Go, What Is Next?

"We have some warriors on our side, including from the great state of Washington that we love represented in Maryland Strickland joins us now. Good morning representative. Good morning. Thanks for having me on your show. Aw, thanks so much for coming. I have to ask you, did you think in 2022 you would have to be voting to protect same sex marriage, contraception rights, a woman's ability to cross state lines to get healthcare? I mean, this is no, yeah, go ahead. You know, it's crazy. So I'm a freshman in Congress. So this has been 18 months. And I tell people, I can't believe it's already been almost two years, and I can't believe it has only been two years. And you're right. You know, who thought in 2022, we'd be voting to protect the right to a safe and legal abortion and reproductive healthcare. And then, you know, hearing an opinion from one of the Supreme Court Justices that basically opens the door and says, well, it's not protected in the constitution. So a lot of us started thinking, well, what's next? Yeah. Well, you're a freshman, so you must have thought, is this hazing or is this always like

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Kim Kardashian did not damage Marilyn Monroe's dress, according to Ripley's

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Kim Kardashian did not damage Marilyn Monroe's dress, according to Ripley's

"There's an update to the story about Kim Kardashian wearing Marilyn Monroe's dress at this year's Met Gala is a story that stitches things together for us Believe it say the people at Ripley's despite what you may have heard they deny that Kim Kardashian's wearing of Marilyn Monroe's iconic dress damage that garment comments from an official with the Ripley's museum are patching over claims that Kardashian messed up the skin tight crystal colored dress that Monroe wore to serenade president Kennedy for his birthday in 1962 Ripley says the 60 year old dress had already suffered damage because of its age and the delicate material a tomato And they say Kardashian's brief time in it before changing to a replica had

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Marilyn Monroe Look-Alike Suzie Kennedy Discusses Free Speech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Marilyn Monroe Look-Alike Suzie Kennedy Discusses Free Speech

"We are back with the most famous, the most famous, Marilyn Monroe lookalike comedian actress, just a fun lady to know Susie Kennedy follow her right now on Twitter Suzy. I like the cut of your jib, not simply because you can get into Marilyn's dresses. Oh my he is such a sexist, slap that man behave. But because you're outspoken, you are, you know, you go on these interviews, you did the three three speech podcast that great guy farm podcast, then you want James well. And then we were talking about abortion. We were talking about the Supreme Court ruling. And then James said to you and me, because you're a vow, Chris, you said, you religious people. No, you religion. He called you religion, people, and you stood out for your rights. And also in recent tweet of yours, you said, you stood up for being against those who would like to censor you as a performer or a comedian. So talk about what it means to actually take a stand on these issues as somebody who's so much in the public eye. Well, the thing is, I actually don't think I'm outspoken. What I think I am and people do accuse me of that. I'm just tell what I think, and I think that's really important that we free speech, even if I don't agree with you. So the comment I made about a comedian is that I love the fact that we have Dave Chappelle. I love the fact that we have Ricky Gervais, but I also like the fact that we have nish Kumar, who are pitted against each other. Right. So the political identity doesn't matter, the fact is that they get to say what they want to say. Yes. And do you know what? I'll be honest with you. When people say, oh, you should say whatever you want. Most people do not say things with the intention to hurt or hate. And if you're scared to say anything because straight away, someone's going to be her or think you hate them. That's not true. Jesus loved everybody. But he told the truth.

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Andy Warhol's 'Marilyn' sells for $195 million, setting record for American art

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Andy Warhol's 'Marilyn' sells for $195 million, setting record for American art

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"marilyn" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"marilyn" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"Humanity, <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Speech_Male> but I think <SpeakerChange> that's unfair <Speech_Music_Male> on the beasts. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <SpeakerChange> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> This poem ends on the <Speech_Male> threefold repetition <Speech_Male> of nothing nothing <Speech_Male> nothing <Speech_Male> and it's arresting <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> it's hard to feel happy <Speech_Male> at the end of this poem <Speech_Male> and I don't know at this <Speech_Male> point is watching <Speech_Male> people feel happy <Speech_Male> by the end of it. <Speech_Male> But one of the things that <Speech_Male> I think the poem does <Speech_Male> want is <Speech_Male> to pay attention to the <Speech_Male> middle, life <Speech_Male> struggles to evolve <Speech_Male> higher in us <Speech_Male> through questioning <Speech_Male> toward hope. <Speech_Male> Here, Marilyn Nelson <Speech_Male> is saying <Speech_Male> this <Speech_Male> is the point <Speech_Male> of being human <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> evolve <Speech_Male> to struggle <Speech_Male> with questions <Speech_Male> towards <Speech_Male> hope that <Speech_Male> hope is the possibility <Speech_Male> that calls <Speech_Male> humanity <Speech_Male> into continually <Speech_Male> evolving and <Speech_Male> paying attention <Speech_Male> and hope isn't <Speech_Male> something abstract. <Speech_Male> She's finding <Speech_Male> hope in the way <Speech_Male> that animals <Speech_Male> are part of <Speech_Male> a sustaining <Speech_Male> ecosystem <Speech_Male> rather than <Speech_Male> engaging in <Speech_Male> wars <Speech_Male> because the wars <Speech_Male> of animals she <Speech_Male> says are <Speech_Male> worlds apart <Speech_Male> from the wars <Speech_Male> among men. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> in this way, <Speech_Male> hope is found <Speech_Male> in the most <Speech_Male> present reality <Speech_Male> and awareness <Speech_Male> of <Speech_Male> nature and <Speech_Male> recognizing that <Speech_Male> human nature <Speech_Male> can sometimes be an aberration <Speech_Male> from <Speech_Male> what we might call <Speech_Male> unconscious <Speech_Male> animals <Speech_Male> who aren't aware <Speech_Male> of themselves, <Speech_Male> but who nonetheless <Speech_Male> are demonstrating a <Speech_Male> way of being in <Speech_Male> the

Gov. Larry Hogan Comments on a Florida Bill He Didn't Read

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Gov. Larry Hogan Comments on a Florida Bill He Didn't Read

"So Larry is in the useful idiot club May I call you Larry I think I will Could call you worse but I'm calling you Larry Go ahead Take a bill which bans certain instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom What's your reaction to that And then more broadly It doesn't ban certain Instruction as you're suggesting miss bash did you read it I know it's hard for you journalists so called to read It bans all of it She says your fellow Republican governor desantis and Florida he suggested that he will retaliate against Disney after he criticized Florida's so called don't say gay Bill You see how the media are corrupt says nothing about don't say gay Bill I'm challenging bash right now $1 million you and me Where does it say don't say gay Bill in the Bill Where is that language Where are those words Which bans certain instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom Go ahead Make up that legislation Well I didn't really actually see the details of the list So if you didn't see the details shut your big pie hole What does it say you should say I don't know what that Bill says I didn't read it I'm running my own damn state But he couldn't Go ahead The whole thing seems like just crazy fight Oh yeah just the crazy fight you know Liam Marilyn we're all above this thing You know Larry Hogan it's just a crazy fight you know Just because the Florida legislature is Republican the governor's Republican And the way ahead of me Larry Hogan

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Evan Rachel Wood Drops the Hammer on Marilyn Manson

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Evan Rachel Wood Drops the Hammer on Marilyn Manson

"You know who else has seen the light lately? Evan Rachel Wood. I don't know what it is about her, but she's, to me, she's very attractive. And she's the kind of girl that kind of sneaks up on you. You know, she's not the most beautiful girl in the room, but if you stand back and look at her, you know what? Evan Rachel Wood is very beautiful girl. She's a she keeps herself together. She's well healed if I may say she's, I just, she's very attractive. What bond is being battery she was fucking Marilyn Manson for years. That I can't understand. Any girl who does that, I can't understand. He's a filthy, ugly, weirdo, dangerous drug addicted pig. You go down that alley, you're gonna come back with bumps and bruises and scars. And Evan Rachel Wood did. And now she's speaking publicly about being a victim of domestic violence and sexual abuse at the hands of this asshole. She took her story to the House judiciary committee three years ago in an effort to help get a sexual assault survivor's bill passed. And last year she named Malin Edison as her abuser, she was put them from 2006 to 2010, and many women have also come forward and accused him. By the way, his real name is Brian Warner. They've accused him of several forms of abuse. And four months ago, I didn't really get into it but four months ago, police raided his house after they got a warrant and this ongoing sexual assault investigation. So it's not so it's enough evidence to make people believe how evil this guy really is and was. But amazingly, and we've all heard the stories from his ex-girlfriends of how he beat them, kept them in room, standing up for hours, made them do cocaine, passed them along to buddies for sex. He's a real piece of shit.

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China Sends Olympic Athletes to Quarantine Even After Negative Tests

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 8 months ago

China Sends Olympic Athletes to Quarantine Even After Negative Tests

"And I'm loath to even talk about the Olympics because I don't want to give it any attention or any oxygen except this is newsworthy China's cheating They keep sending other countries athletes to quarantine after negative tests After negative tests New York Post reporting Olympians in tears over poor living conditions lack of food at winter games My friend Chris Platt who's a great syndicated radio host Out of my station in D.C. I'm sure many of you are listening on this station you hear Chris plant as well He calls these The Hunger Games And this story brings it all home Belgian skeleton racer Skeletons see there's another one It's like as if luge wasn't unique enough where you lay down on your back and go hurtling down the toboggan course iced up tube at 90 miles an hour wearing nothing but a helmet But then they come up with skeleton It's like hey lay it on your back and going foot first That's not stupid enough Let's lay on our stomach and go head first See I love these sports And but I am kind of missing it a little bit but I'm not going to watch these games Belgian skeleton razor Kim mella manz broke down in tears in a video she posted on Instagram explaining how scared and confused she was about the COVID-19 protocols in Beijing Marilyn's tested positive for the virus when she arrived later tested negative All right so she's got one positive test one negative test So what are the geniuses running the Beijing kami Olympics do She thought she was being transported to return to Olympic village in Yang king She was instead taken by ambulance to another isolation destination

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Marilyn Mosby Is Even More of a Crook Than Previously Thought

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | 8 months ago

Marilyn Mosby Is Even More of a Crook Than Previously Thought

"Marilyn Mosby is the state attorney in Baltimore. I actually talked to several days ago I was done. She was like, well, didn't you just do Marilyn Mosby? I'm like, well, you know, I did talk about Marilyn Mosby trying to rip off the government by claiming dire circumstances and collecting money from the COVID fund, which was then invested in real estate in Florida. So this woman appears to be a crook. Well, it turns out a crookedness goes even further and it involves not just her, but also her husband, and he is also a public official city council president Nick Mosby, so we have the Nick and Maryland show going on here. Let's figure out what they're doing now. Well, it turns out that it turns out that they have been taking money from their campaign fund. And spending it on their criminal defense. Now, need to think here for a minute about what a campaign fund is and also what the law allows. First of all, there's no prohibition against the campaign fund. Using money for legal purposes. Why? Because campaigns require legal aid. If you set up a campaign, you need an attorney to sort of set it up for you. You obviously need accountants who have legal expertise. There are campaign finance laws you have to deal with also there are other aspects of a campaign that require sound legal advice can we endorse this guy? Is this allowed? Can we do this with this nonprofit, et cetera? So legal expenses of that sort, legal expenses that pertain to the campaign can be used from the campaign. But this is where the Mosby is decide to carry the law to a whole different level. What they're doing is apparently raiding their campaign finance coffers to pay for their own personal criminal

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Julia Fox Name Drops and Gushes Over Kanye in Interview Magazine

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Julia Fox Name Drops and Gushes Over Kanye in Interview Magazine

"Oh my God, I got my hands on the interview, magazine that Julia Fox is, oh my God, Julia Fox, Kanye's new girlfriend, girl, the moment, whatever you want to call her. The talk in this interview magazine is a very, you know, lady entitled fancy schmancy magazine. You know, Andy Warhol began and it's one of those magic. They normally get celebrities to interview celebrities. So it's like a double hand job interview. All these things are like that. How's the relationship with yay evolving? And fox goes, you know, I'm so used to being fucked all over in relationships. So I keep waiting for him to disappoint me because he makes very grandiose promises. And it's like, how could he ever pull it off with all the other things he has going on? But he always does. Last night was a testament to that. Would there be like 9 days where he always pulls it off? He's love bombing you, girl. She talked about another date where Kanye played the movie Zola for his friends and Julie was so touched to include Zola and our narrative. I can't take these people. And then she name dropped a lot of people who were at the house watching. Who was their last night? Oh, Dave Chappelle, Marilyn Manson, Naomi Campbell, the actor from the new Batman camera on Jack Donahue from Salem, Andrew Richardson from Richardson magazine, Richie Suzanne, all my friends came, Richie a sashimi with Marilyn Manson and they had a really nice heart to heart. Who the fuck? Who is Richie's Shazam? Who is Andrew Richardson? Who's Jack Donahue? I know Jack Donahue from Alec Baldwin's character and then show, but oh, all these people. Why do I need to know them? And by the way, who's inviting a rapist to dinner. Kanye's inviting Marilyn Manson to dinner? I'll have sweet. What a sweet birthday

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Facing Federal Charges, Marilyn Mosby Continues to Proclaim Her Innocence

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:11 min | 9 months ago

Facing Federal Charges, Marilyn Mosby Continues to Proclaim Her Innocence

"I want to talk about the corruption of Maryland Mosby now. If you don't know who Marilyn Mosby is she's one of the Soros style attorneys district attorneys. She's the Baltimore state attorney. And she came to public attention in the Freddie gray case. You might remember several officers were accused of both manslaughter and in some cases murder charges for killing this criminal, Freddie gray, and Marilyn Mosby was all over it. She was like, we're going to prosecute these cops. We're going to, so interesting thing about these Soros DA's is they hate to prosecute criminals, but they love to prosecute coughs. This is their MO, and this is Marilyn Mosby's MO. Of course, the prosecution that turned out to be a disaster, all the cops were exonerated, the whole thing fell apart. But nevertheless, Mosby is one of these kind of high minded Democrats who always acts like they're motivated by the public interests or trying to serve the public good. They're trying to reduce the cities of preoccupation with crime and they're trying to replace punitive measures with humanitarian measures. So there's nothing but high these are the sort of pharisees of our time. So therefore I really chuckle when this mask sort of speak is taken off and you'll understand why I'm using the analogy of the mask because this BLM supporter, this Soros DA has finally been busted. She has been indicted on federal charges of perjury. This is fantastic. Why? Because she took COVID money, large amounts of COVID money used that money to buy a house in Florida. And she claimed on her, this is where the perjury comes and she claimed on her government application that she was suffering financial hardship and that her fortunes had taken a sharp downturn under COVID. Now it takes only the briefest kind of review to see that Marilyn Mosby's salary in 2020 was $247,000, 955

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"marilyn" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:45 min | 9 months ago

"marilyn" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Out new ways to think and create. Listen now. Let's get back to Terry's 1983 interview with Peter Bogdanovich. The film director author and movie critic died last week at age 82. When he spoke with Terry, he had just directed the film they all laughed. And they all left, there's a lot of physical comedy, for instance, John Ritter is sitting in a hotel and he's supposed to be not noticeable, but he's actually very nervous because he's watching someone who is suddenly gotten this crush on. And he picks up a beverage and the struggle goes right into his nose. And he is in a roller skating rink and falls at just the wrong moment. That's planned out, isn't it? Oh, sure, those are. Those are physical jokes. And how do you as the director go over that with someone do? How do you work until it gets right? Well, a joke like the swizzle stick going up the nose is something that, you know, it looks easy, but it isn't that easy to get it to go up the nose so that it doesn't look like it was planned. And when you have as good an actor as John Ritter is and he's nobody better at comedy than John. And the television stuff that he does is not an example of his best work. I put him in pictures in Nickelodeon was his first picture. We worked the stuff together. You know, John is wonderful. He didn't even know how to roller skate. I said, well, you have to learn to roll us a gate so you can fall down, you know. And he did and he just moves brilliantly. So you work with him and he tell him kind of what you want to do and he does. I tell you, I always thought directing also was showing the actors what to do, showing them literally. In other words, if they acting it out for them, they looked into this and then you do this. I found that most directors don't do that. I asked Jimmy cagney one time one time I met him. I said, who are the best directors you worked for? And he said, he said, I've worked with about 80 directors, but of those 80 directors, I would say that there were only 5 that were directors. And I said, well, what do you say makes a director? He said, a director to me is a fella who, if I don't know what the hell to do, he can get up and show me. So I've always gotten up and showed. Showed the actors. And generally speaking, it helps. Lubitz I found out who's probably my favorite director, certainly one of my 5 favorite directors. Directed everybody by getting up and showing them what to do. I mean, whether it was a cars girl or a maid or a butler or a king, he'd acted out. As Jack Benny once did a picture with luba, I said, what was it like working with a little bit? I mean, what did he do? He says, well, he says he'd act out the whole thing for you. I said, was he any good? He's always a little broad, but you got the idea. Do any actors dislike it when you do it for them? The way some actors really hated if you give them a line reading. Some actors do, but I've only had one actor that ever gave me any trouble about it. And it was one of the worst performances I've had. But he finally did what I asked him to, because. To me, a movie has similarities not only to painting but to music. And I've often said it's a little bit like visual music. And often the way a line should sound is, you know, I hear it in my head. And then often it's a question of communicating to the actor how I hear it, because if he says it differently, it doesn't sound right. Now sometimes they'll say it the way I didn't hear it, and that's one of those things I call an accident because it's better than what I had in mind. I don't try to force it force it on the act. I like to let the act of feel like he's kind of doing it. So I don't see him do it. I don't say get up and say, do it just like this. I say something like this. This is the idea. But, you know, sometimes an intonation. Or the rhythm of the speech in a scene is what's funny. Are there scenes and what's up Doc, for example, that aren't all that funny in the way that if you read it. But when you see it play and you hear it, it sounds funny. If you analyze it in that funny, it's the sound of it, the rhythm is funny. That's true in comedy. You are very successful at a pretty young age and had several successes and then some box office failures and no, you're kind of trying to have a more independent operation. A terrible tragedy strike your life. Have you redefined success for yourself? That's a good question, but it gives me pause. It's like somebody once said I must have notice of that question. It's okay. You've got 5 seconds to think. Thank you. I think success is a very ambiguous word. I don't know quite how to answer your question. Let me put it this way. Although they all laughed, has not been a success at the box office because like ET, for example, or Star Wars. I think it's a success for me. It succeeded in what I wanted it to do as a movie. It failed to reach as big an audience as I would have liked. But the thing about a movie that's good, I think, is that it doesn't go away. It stays there. A Citizen Kane was a flop when it came out too, and now everybody says it's the best American movie ever made. So movies, if there are any good have a certain life. Peter Bogdanovich, speaking to Terry gross in 1983. In 2020, Bogdanovich was the subject of the inaugural, the plot sickens podcast from Turner classic movies. It was titled I'm still Peter Bogdanovich. The film director author and movie critic died last week at age 82. Coming up, I review a new CNN documentary series about Marilyn Monroe. This is fresh air. This is fresh air. I'm TV critic David being cooly. This weekend, CNN premieres a new four part documentary called reframed Marilyn Monroe. The first two hours were televised back to back on Sunday and the remaining two were shown next Sunday. One reason to revisit the story of one of the cinema's most iconic examined and enduring sex symbols is that 2022 marks the 60th anniversary of her death. But the more compelling justification is that this new documentary series, from CNN in a British TV production company, takes a very different and original approach to its subject. It's called reframed for a very good reason. During her career and for decades after her death, Marilyn Monroe was objectified, scrutinized and judged, mostly by male writers biographers and historians. Think of Norman mailers ski V 1973 biography, a sexist essay accompanying pictures of the actress taken by photographer Lawrence schiller. Schiller is heard from in reframed, but here he's talking about Marilyn Monroe's acute awareness of the camera. How she posed, what images she selected, and how she used them to enhance and leverage her own celebrity status. But most of the time, the voices we hear in this new documentary are female. Actress Jessica Chastain narrates and an all female editorial team headed by Sam starbuck, reexamines Maryland's movies, marriages, and career moves from her point of view. We hear from female film critics and historians, including the always informative Alicia Malone from Turner classic movies. And we hear from several actresses. Some younger ones who find Maryland inspirational offscreen as well as on, and some of her peers who competed in the same sexist studio system as Maryland did in the 1950s. As in this clip, where we hear from Joan Collins, then Ellen burston, about how women were treated in Hollywood back then. I didn't really feel specifically like a commodity at the time. It's only on looking back that I see that when I was referred to as the girl, put the light on the girl, move the girl to the left. It's only when I look back on it now that I see.

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Marilyn Bergman, Oscar-winning composer, dies at age 93

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Marilyn Bergman, Oscar-winning composer, dies at age 93

"Songwriter songwriter Marilyn Marilyn Bergman Bergman has has died died of of respiratory respiratory failure failure not not related related to to cove cove in in nineteen nineteen at at her her home home in in Los Los Angeles Angeles according according to to her her representative representative she she was was ninety ninety three three I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at her her career career some some Marilyn Marilyn Bergman Bergman and and her her husband husband Ellen Ellen had had one one of of the the most most successful successful professional professional and and personal personal relationships relationships in in music music they they married married in in nineteen nineteen fifty fifty eight eight and and together together they they won won three three Oscars Oscars two two Grammys Grammys and and four four Emmys Emmys the the Bergman's Bergman's co co wrote wrote such such hits hits as as the the way way we we work work you you don't don't bring bring me me flowers flowers windmills windmills of of your your mind mind and and it it might might be be you you Bergman's Bergman's also also read read TV TV themes themes most most notably notably the the ones ones for for good good times times Ellis Ellis and and Maude Maude

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Feds Investigate the Horrors of Marilyn Manson

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:35 min | 10 months ago

Feds Investigate the Horrors of Marilyn Manson

"Somebody said, AJ, you were right, you know, the maron Manson, the crazy rock and roller, the crazy guy. Devil worshiping, you know, the crazy an idiot, but cops, feds, whatever the hell descended on his house to search for stuff to search for evidence that would shed light on some of the horrible things, many women said he did to them. And I'm not sure if it was the house he just sold or that's empty or the house he lives in now. Either way, they took away a lot of boxes of stuff and I'm sure they're getting ready to really go at him hard. And it made me really go in depth and read about Marilyn Manson in publications and such that I never never read before. And we talk about all these guys on this show that have done awful things from hobby Weinstein down to you name it there's been so many that Matt Lauer, so many guys have done awful things since the me too era broke. But the stuff this guy is alleged to have done is beyond the pale. And for Kanye West to take him in and bring him to his church service and sing with him and Justin Bieber to be friends with him and the singer Halsey to have his name tattooed on her on her side of her body, it's so tone deaf in idiotic. The guy's bed. Is fear a woman, especially Halsey, you don't need his image likeness or name on your

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Backlash After Madonna Reveals Her Team Have Been Working For Free

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:52 min | 11 months ago

Backlash After Madonna Reveals Her Team Have Been Working For Free

"No one else is lunacy. Madonna's most recent case of butt burn. She got all pissed off because she posted a bunch of pictures on Instagram and she's not happy that people are not supporting her art. She need to support her rod. She says she's not just complaining about not having been supported by non artistic people who objected, did you see those pictures about her? She did something for the magazine as if we all know V magazine. But the post in V magazine included a behind the scenes photo of the photographer Steven Klein holding a knife to her throat. I don't know why they thought it was edgy and she thanked the people who worked long hours for free all to support madam X that's her new moniker as you probably know. So she's worked with people who weren't paid all night for this photo shoot all day and all night. And she's being criticized for sharing this violent image of the knife to her throat and the fact that she made people work for free. These things don't work well for Madonna. She's going through it. And of course, you know, she did this awful photo shoot the other day with I showed you pictures on the Facebook podcast obsessed page. I'll get to that in a second. But this recent photo shoot for V magazine very controversial in which she alluded to Marilyn Monroe's death. And she said, I'm proud of my collaboration with Stephen Klein for V magazine and knowing that against all odds. And with very little support from non artistic people. That's you. Who can't pushing back and the fact that we did it with almost zero budget, we were still able to make

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AJ Feels Marilyn Monroe Is Defiled to This Day

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:21 min | 11 months ago

AJ Feels Marilyn Monroe Is Defiled to This Day

"The story that got me thinking about Marilyn Monroe, I'll talk about this on politics is a bitch. You see how I connect everything? On the next politics is a bitch. I talk about New York's disgraced governor Andrew Cuomo and what he said about Marilyn having an affair with both Kennedy brothers, Robert and John. And that story got me thinking about Marilyn. And how she still is basically defiled. Because Cuomo talked about her wanting sex from both brothers and I won't get to a descriptive, but she wanted sex in an space that's not always where men and women have sex. Okay? She wanted it in the caboose. That's what Cuomo said. And listen, he was in laws with the Kennedy family for a while, so maybe he ought to know. But it got me thinking this woman is still defiled over 55 years after her death. You know, it just, it made me sick. And it makes you really think about her life. And we've talked about so many scandals and up till now I've stayed clear of her life, but when I think about it behind the scenes, it's apparent her life was so far less glamorous than we talk

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Carole Landis, the Marilyn Monroe of the 40s

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Carole Landis, the Marilyn Monroe of the 40s

"This, Carol Landis. Basically was the Marilyn Monroe of the 1940s. I mean, this is a beautiful girl. Go to the podcast, Facebook podcast obsessed pinch. I'll post a picture of her. If you don't go there and you don't belong there, then go Google it. Parallel in this was hot shit. You know, a full blond, a figure to die for, and if you think about it, her and Marilyn Monroe both actors just made the most of their physical assets and look, it's no secret they slept around to try to make their careers last longer. And they also went around looking for love. Marilyn lived to 36 years old, believe it or not, we tend to forget how young she died, Carol never even made it to a 30s. And in both cases, there are rumors of foul play. We've been down the Marilyn Monroe highway many, many times, but we don't really talk about Carol Landis. So now in becomes a screen legend, Carol had been forgotten by all but maybe a handful of die hard

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"marilyn" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"Unhappy with your leadership and with your frankly bizarre allowance of your air to roam the galaxy and your self. The breaks tradition. I'm not good for the tabby so we've been making alternate arrangements behind the scenes as it were preparing. Men might use sister. Today i received wad vet. You are planning to break tradition altogether. This rebellion has gone on long enough the show all the raise. The old ways are killing gantanamo. And they're not even real tradition. It's all corporate. The universe is moved on. And it's leaving us behind and you alma lord. The elsa you can't lead she may not be. But she's capable of producing a higher quality. That this kerry chang you brought forth and of course or that will not question our ways. The mob listen. Disruptive changes to our way of life you go against everything of family has stood for our entire line. Our line is descended from bloodshed from destruction and pain money. We cannot continue like this and we don't need to continue like this things have to be allowed to change things have to get better. Binge do net new to change the surname prepared. We have a host. All we need to do is give the what and i shall create a new generation of gone royals one who shall be raised by someone loyal to the traditions of all council to the throne and everything we represent. You can either accept. Your defeat sustained an advocate peacefully or we can do this the hard way what happy to let you live. You can see out your days with the creatures you've produced and your loyalists. We can make things complicated. What we go maryland. Princess there was an ability in the old ways. That's what you enjoy. Mother have failed to learn. I knew you're gullible but not this gullible gullible. You think aren't been tricked into this spy. Some rebel with pretty words. This is the result of hard work. My dear sister my most royal queen the results of not being quite good enough to know full of your own. You could blame it on genetic predisposition if you like your the alpha after all everything was handed to you. Do you know how hot it was to arrange of second host to be sent automaton already hesitant given maryland's widely broadcast dislike of them. It took a lot of persuasion and reassurance and then justice things are almost ready. Your ad turns out of nowhere and everything turned upside down. You'll princess in a royal court. You have everything you could ever need. I wanted power. And i watched you take everything i ever wanted. Well time run short sister. What's your answer. We can sit here nicely. How ceremonial feast and creator as they should have been created. Bruce you can even be godmother if you like or we can fight this out. I don't care what we do anymore. I'm just tired of waiting all right then. Alma you win. We will sit with you. I will not marilyn. You just agreed with me. We can't do this anymore. You can't just go back on your word. Just because someone asks nicely and has soared. The situation here is ten. The cooks and i don't care about the parental fitch. Our jim here to save content from tonic on now i see i have to save it from people like you as well. People who embrace the old ways just because they're the old ways because the status quo leaves them on top of are doing things stops can control myself is rage. Incite me that. i don't think i expressed. That was the other side of the family speaking through me pain from my forefathers terror. I felt a jolt before. Were removed their anger at their unnecessary sacrifice..

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"marilyn" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And gentlemen. Please welcome the legendary legendary. Billie davis junior marilyn mccoo left supreme. Thank west this thing you said you heard about the doctrine being good you heard right. I okay. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go see is our our so all the stages us. How much do we owe you. I oh you guys. I oh you guys i. I really really really do love you guys. Actually you know what that one story i. Don't i know a lot about you guys. But can you guys describe. I know that you guys were Acquaintances before you got married. Of course like no one starts off being married and then starts with friends key guys described the first time that you met each other guys remember the first day you met each other. I don't remember the first at the newlywed game. Him on the head. It was fifty seven years locale trying to say s might see but we got married. Never gonna speak to him again. And guess what i was walking down the i and i looked into his face and i saw red

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"marilyn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"marilyn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Marilyn Monroe was found dead in bed. Under circumstances that were in tragic contrast to her glamorous career as a comic talent. On August 4th 1962 Marilyn Monroe died, clutching a telephone and surrounded by a deadly cocktail of prescription pills. The coroner's verdict. Probable suicide, Yet many believe it was murdered. It was really no basis for her to have committed suicide. Now the killing of Marilyn Monroe hosted by me, Jackie Moran will uncover exactly what she knew and what it cost her This'll original 12 parts Syria's investigates the Secret Life Maryland hid from the world. Juggling affairs with rat pack crooners, president's men and mob bosses. By the time of her death, Marilyn Monroe was at the center of a deadly power struggle between President Kennedy brother Bobby, the Mafia and J. Edgar Hoover FBI and she talked with Peter Lawford, she said, Give my love to the president over 12 riveting episodes. Killing of Marilyn Monroe threw on the ground investigative reporting brand new sources and meticulous reviewing of evidence way will reveal for the first time exactly what happened on the night of August 4th 1962 and why her killer has never been brought to justice. I believe Maryland was murdered because she made a threat, and that threat cost her her life through the process of elimination yourself. Who would kill my own Monroe, the killing of Marilyn Monroe. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one. Widespread racism against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community is a serious and devastating issue that is impacting the lives of millions. Every day. It's up to all of us to stand up, speak out and put an end to this racism. Stop. A P I hate is a national coalition that tracks incidents of hate and discrimination against the A P. I community across the United States to report.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"I landed mobile drove a half hour. East Daphne a small suburb. On Mobile Bay calls itself the Jubilee City. The streets are lined with massive. Live oaks the kind film directors put movies so that you'll think old south I found Omar's parents place at the end of a call to sack. The curtains were drawn tight but on the mailbox it said in large white letters schiff economy and I got a quick glimpse of Omar's father Shafique when he looked at me through the window of his front door. He had glasses and dark salt and pepper beard. I said that I was a reporter. He told me to go away. He couldn't talk to me before flying down. I'd also reached out to our sister Dean on facebook back on my rental. Oh car I check my phone to see if she'd written back nothing on the highway fast and Applebee's in K. Mart. I pulled pulled into the hooters. Because I figured maybe someone there went to high school with Omar. The bartender told me that while he didn't know Omar well in high school. He did just run into his best friend Bernie at Walmart. The bartender even knew the street he lived on Bernie Street. There were names on all the mailboxes except for one. I asked him kids playing street street hockey if they knew who lived in that house. You mean the Jews one of the mast- Jews. Yeah the ones with the Star Wars outfits. Do you mean Muslims. Yeah them kid shrug. Whatever Bernie wasn't home? Later that night we managed to connect and he invited me over to dinner with his family. Lose his mother his wife and two kids dinner Become thank you. Servers Bernie was tall and slender with blonde hair and a beard. He and his family are practicing. Muslims Omar converted to Islam during his sophomore year and soon after inspired Bernie to convert as. Well it's kind of hard for you to like envision. The guy's a terrorist. You know if you like lived with the guy and mule really good friends with the guy for so many years you just when you see them. You don't see like the terrier show I go. Hey this my friend that I haven't seen it a couple years Bernie's mother Sharon had converted to Islam too. Yeah I think when I met her her head was covered with black job added with tiny flowers for Sharon. Omar wasn't a terrorist. He was the person who started her on the path to putting her life back together. She told me that before she became Muslim. She hadn't been the greatest mother to Barney. He saw me drove a lot which is very repenting full. You know had a lot of shame felt that he didn't have a lot of guidance. He didn't have a lot of supervision. And you needed a moment. I wasn't here was Mar Sharon hadn't even harder time Bernie understanding how the Marshon Daphne became one of the FBI's most wanted terrorists. He's the boy who helped me learn to coffee. And that's just can't wrap my head around thinking that he would be a part of hurting innocent the people I just I just can't I can't fathom that Bernie and I watched the video. The ambush as they entered into ambush opening up with small arms fire black. He's the guy that everybody knows is in Ricky I noticed a Omar Jimenez Gateway. You know Kinda like grew up with in high school is a kind of a normal dude kind of like a job. You'll really charismatic. Cool guy main objective right and so the fact that we got to Martyrs is nothing more than if you music video and don't read the subtitles thousand. Just kind of like watching a little bit just like seems like your old friend just the different period close on over the course of the next four months I spent a lot of time with Bernie. We went to their high school and the Walmart where they both worked. We even flew to Toronto to see where he and Omar had lived for about a year before moving down to Egypt. Egypt is where they separated Bernie coming back to the US Omar disappearing eventually turning up in Malaya the long piece about Omar made for current TV. I try to paint a more complicated picture of him than just the American born terrorist but I was never totally satisfied. I was able to follow Omar's path from Alabama to candidate to Egypt and then to Somalia and Al Shabaab. I couldn't really get my head around though was why hit chosen the path to answer that question or any of the others. I still had. I would've needed to get to Omar somehow but not even. US intelligence seemed to be able to find them It would take another two years to get my answer as it turned out. I had it backwards. I didn't need to find Omar. It was Omar.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"I landed mobile drove a half hour. East Daphne a small suburb. On Mobile Bay calls itself the Jubilee City. The streets are lined with massive. Live oaks the kind film directors put movies so that you'll think old south I found Omar's parents place at the end of a call to sack. The curtains were drawn tight but on the mailbox it said in large white letters schiff economy and I got a quick glimpse of Omar's father Shafique when he looked at me through the window of his front door. He had glasses and dark salt and pepper beard. I said that I was a reporter. He told me to go away. He couldn't talk to me before flying down. I'd also reached out to our sister Dean on facebook back on my rental. Oh car I check my phone to see if she'd written back nothing on the highway fast and Applebee's in K. Mart. I pulled pulled into the hooters. Because I figured maybe someone there went to high school with Omar. The bartender told me that while he didn't know Omar well in high school. He did just run into his best friend Bernie at Walmart. The bartender even knew the street he lived on Bernie Street. There were names on all the mailboxes except for one. I asked him kids playing street street hockey if they knew who lived in that house. You mean the Jews one of the mast- Jews. Yeah the ones with the Star Wars outfits. Do you mean Muslims. Yeah them kid shrug. Whatever Bernie wasn't home? Later that night we managed to connect and he invited me over to dinner with his family. Lose his mother his wife and two kids dinner Become thank you. Servers Bernie was tall and slender with blonde hair and a beard. He and his family are practicing. Muslims Omar converted to Islam during his sophomore year and soon after inspired Bernie to convert as. Well it's kind of hard for you to like envision. The guy's a terrorist. You know if you like lived with the guy and mule really good friends with the guy for so many years you just when you see them. You don't see like the terrier show I go. Hey this my friend that I haven't seen it a couple years Bernie's mother Sharon had converted to Islam too. Yeah I think when I met her her head was covered with black job added with tiny flowers for Sharon. Omar wasn't a terrorist. He was the person who started her on the path to putting her life back together. She told me that before she became Muslim. She hadn't been the greatest mother to Barney. He saw me drove a lot which is very repenting full. You know had a lot of shame felt that he didn't have a lot of guidance. He didn't have a lot of supervision. And you needed a moment. I wasn't here was Mar Sharon hadn't even harder time Bernie understanding how the Marshon Daphne became one of the FBI's most wanted terrorists. He's the boy who helped me learn to coffee. And that's just can't wrap my head around thinking that he would be a part of hurting innocent the people I just I just can't I can't fathom that Bernie and I watched the video. The ambush as they entered into ambush opening up with small arms fire black. He's the guy that everybody knows is in Ricky I noticed a Omar Jimenez Gateway. You know Kinda like grew up with in high school is a kind of a normal dude kind of like a job. You'll really charismatic. Cool guy main objective right and so the fact that we got to Martyrs is nothing more than if you music video and don't read the subtitles thousand. Just kind of like watching a little bit just like seems like your old friend just the different period close on over the course of the next four months I spent a lot of time with Bernie. We went to their high school and the Walmart where they both worked. We even flew to Toronto to see where he and Omar had lived for about a year before moving down to Egypt. Egypt is where they separated Bernie coming back to the US Omar disappearing eventually turning up in Malaya the long piece about Omar made for current TV. I try to paint a more complicated picture of him than just the American born terrorist but I was never totally satisfied. I was able to follow Omar's path from Alabama to candidate to Egypt and then to Somalia and Al Shabaab. I couldn't really get my head around though was why hit chosen the path to answer that question or any of the others. I still had. I would've needed to get to Omar somehow but not even. US intelligence seemed to be able to find them It would take another two years to get my answer as it turned out. I had it backwards. I didn't need to find Omar. It was Omar.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Know about a new podcast. Series called American Jihadi over eight episodes journalists Kristof puzzle tells the story of the complicated relationship he developed with American born Jihadi Omar Hamami the FBI. Put a mommy on. Its most wanted terrorist list. Because of the years he spent fighting for Al Shabaab an Islamic militant group in Somalia Amami ended up on the run hiding out from the very group. He helped put on the map then he reached out to Kristof in secret to see if Kristof could help save his life. American Jihadi follows Christopher attempts to understand how. And why a suburban kid from Daphne Alabama. We transform himself into to the face of a terrorist group. It let him down one of the strangest roads of his career as a journalist and pushed him to cross lines he never thought he would cross up next the first I episode of American Jihadi. While you're listening go subscribe to American Jihadi on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening now there's also a link in the episode notes that will take you there. In the fall of two thousand seven. A video was broadcast on the Al Jazeera News Network. A thin man in his early twenty s sits on the ground field somewhere in the east African country of Somalia he's wearing camouflage and there's a hand grenades strapped to his left front pocket help both. He's looking directly into the camera. But his face is wrapped in a green scarf so that only his eyes and a flash of white skin or showing America take into consideration arisen the example of Somalia man is the mouthpiece for new Islamic militant group in Somalia called Al Shabaab which means the youth in Arabic after fifteen years years of chaos and oppressive rule by the American backed warlords. Your brothers stood up in order to establish peace and justice in this land. The camera cuts to dozens of African fighters. AK Forty Sevens and grenade launchers. Video doesn't make clear is why they're spokesman appears there's to be a white American. The story quickly circulated online and even though the American had been careful not to reveal his identity and the small southern town of Daphne Alabama they knew exactly who he was. I came home from work one day in Verney wide as she'd what is always like mom you need and watch this the minute we heard the boys when you did it was now. It all makes sense. He's over there fight. He's not coming back and we saw allow my God. What is going on when it's going on the man? In the video was Omar Hamami. He would become become one of the. FBI's most wanted terrorists. I would spend years chasing his story. Attract his life from Alabama where he attended a southern Baptist Church and his high school class president to the frontlines of guerrilla war in Africa. And then I heard from Omar himself over time the relationship that developed between us awesome would blur the lines between journalism and friendship and wreck the tidy story. I told myself about the boundary between good and evil. I'm Christoph Puzzle. This is American. Jihadi episode sued one the Matrix I. I became aware of Omar Hamami in two thousand nine when he showed up in a propaganda video. That was put out by Al Shabaab in this video. There's no scarf hiding his face. He looks like a Skinny Che Guevara. His Brown hair is long and much of his face is covered by a young man's first beard thirty points. Omar speaks directly to the cameras. He's recruiting foreigners like himself to come join Al Shabaab encourage more of your children and more of your your neighbors. Anyone around to send people like him to this would be asset leader. He appears here's to lead Al Shabaab fighters in setting an ambush in to come camping. Omar White and his accent is so clearly American and yet there. He is sitting in Somalia with an AK47 surrounded by east African fighters hanging on his every word that the numbers they're close two thousand and among try to blow up his me vehicles as we can and kill as many of the can take care of his face cracks into a smile now as if he feels self conscious saying these things on camera picture cuts away to a shot of the Bush on the enemy approaches. I can in the. US Omar story was quickly picked up by Media Omar Hamami the US citizen born and bred in the American south south who is now a leader of a terrorist organization affiliated with Al Qaeda fighting in Somalia. Catherine what did you learn about this guy. Twenty five years old American on Jihadist circles as Abu Key or the American and I found his story fascinating. HOMER had grown up in a small town in Alabama. I'm going to a southern Baptist Church until midway through high school. His life had been almost a cliche of American normalcy. He plays Soccer Little League Baseball. Even took the prettiest. Yes girl in school to homecoming. And then somehow he'd found his way to Somalia where he joined up with Al Shabaab Group designated a terrorist organization by the State Department. He believes that the reward of Dada at actually reported from Somalia in two thousand six just a few months before Omar had arrived there at the time I was a TV correspondent for a program called Vanguard on current TV. We were sort of vice news before vice news existed. We try to report on stories that we thought the rest of the media was missing. We interviewed cartel hitmen. Russian skinheads folks like that. I wanted to do a story about Omar who by the time video started attracting attention. The situation in Somalia Malia had gotten worse than six and a half thousand people have been killed in fighting in Somalia in the last twelve months. Al Shabaab was a running gun battle with Ethiopian and African Union troops American drones fired missiles at suspected terrorists and suicide bombers were beginning to target cities who is just too chaotic and dangerous for me to go back. Security officials implicate al-shabaab in the assassination of aid workers and in a string of bomb attacks in Mogadishu still. I knew I wanted to figure out a way to tell Omar story a young American who had traded in his middle class life for life of struggle and one of the most dangerous parts of the world a guy with something to prove chasing his ideals. There was enough of me in there to make really want understand the choices he'd made all the way to reach. Omar by new family was still living in Alabama. So I got on a plane.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Very convinced them is. They're still evidence that should be tested for DNA one we have the killers DNA. Let's start there so that's hugely important. It will ultimately solve this crime in two. Yes there are additional items that should be tested given today's new technology for additional samples and then three and the advent of using genealogy to identify killer is hugely promising in that technology will get better right. I I mean from where we were in nineteen ninety six to where we are. Today's leaps and bounds improvement. DNA technology so. I know in my mind if it's not today's tomorrow we're GonNa crack this absolutely confident. Well Lou Smith told me that early early on that. There is four DNA under her fingernails. He said she got a piece of it. I think Lou believe this was going to be solved by DNA area part of the challenge with our cases to just the volume of nation in the overtime. This five there's no one in the police department. That really understands CNN's Casey more. They're not new people the same people that were there and didn't solve this twenty two years of the same people in charge now. Well I I think in terms of moving and forward if we can get the boulder police to test the evidence that hadn't been tested for DNA. We understand that there were five pieces suspended for testing to the DNA lab only one or two protested. The other three. I assume returned back to the police. Evidence files we can take. Those three pieces haven't tested see. what DNA zone the the rope the the tape? The killer obviously had a touch. I mean this this is a in. My mind is simple process of just working through the list collecting DNA in your this. Isn't this isn't rocket science at this point. I believe we have the name the killer on lose list and we need to now put any effort to track down these individuals. Israel's collect their DNA ruling in or out. Next time on the killing of Jon Benet Ramsey. The final suspects back. There was a person who had committed suicide. And they were looking at that person because he had a stun gun. And he had high-tech shoes I can tell you I've been to a lot of suicide doubts and I've never seen anybody shoot themselves down in their lower left torso the killing of Jon Benet. The final suspects suspects is hosted by me. Danielle Rowe Bay executive produced by Dylan Howard and Matt sprouts. And is a production of broaden water studios and endeavor audio executive producers include. Tom Freestone Doug Long Dini Susan Bennett. James Robertson Andy Tila. The series is written by Dominic Button Martin reporting by Doug Montero the series is mixed and engineered by Sean Kravis and Sam Ada. There is so much more to the story. And you don't WanNa Miss Anything I can and assure you subscribe to the killing of Jon. Benet the final suspects wherever you get podcasts. If you have any information Asian that could help our investigators and the ramseys identify jonbenet's killer. Please help us at tips at justice for Jon. BENET.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"You police by nature our fraternity right. It's a brotherhood and and as I see it with these guys did a circle the wagons and they protected their own and they fought viciously to protect their their own. The reputation and I don't agree with that. I would like to think if I was in their shoes I would have realized that I was outgunned. And you didn't have the experience to dissolve this and the reach out for help in nineteen ninety seven with their case floundering older PD brought in legendary retired. Detective Lou Smit who with hundreds of successful homicide investigations under his belt was seen as is the man to finally cracked the case. A year later he was forced to resign again. After presenting to the Department is absolute conviction that an intruder intruder was responsible for jonbenet's murder undeterred. He continued to work the case on his own steam until his death nine years ago. Did you ever get to meet loose-knit I did a couple times. The first time I met loose-knit they brought me in or asked to talk it to me about what you said. What do you know about stun-guns? I don't know anything about stun guns. You know and I to be frank at the time time. I was pretty distrustful and editor towards the police account lump Lou into that collective but yeah over time it learning of his reputation and it just seems work. You know that a man of integrity would just follow the truth. I mean that's hard to do in that environment where there's a lot out of public pressure. Everything was being leaked to the media. The world over day. Kinda stand on your principles. Hard to ease to tell me I'm GonNa get this going. You want to get him and he'd gotten a lot of criminals in his career. It's his reputation was founded on salt or hundred coal cases smets and detective. Smith did not work alone. Who was Ali Gray? All Gray was a retired tired homicide detective from California or also judge number years quite a career in law enforcement was retired in Colorado Springs and got interested in this case Early on and did quite a bit of work on the elude worked pretty closely together. We both lived in Colorado Springs all knew a lot about the case. Say Both Allure Long Time homicide detectives and and have lots of experience got a real life. Colombo's basically how did you first get involved with Janus. We became aware IRV Jameson. She was reported to have a very detailed timeline of information online about on our case and it was very accurate berry non biased. One way or the other wasn't trying to convince people were guilty or innocent. It was just the facts. She had a good reputation for website of being very accurate in this data less started fairly early on on and she has maintained it over the years. She very careful about making sure. It was accurate in correct. She put it on her site at that point wait. I was pretty well known as being a supporter of the intruder theory. I had made some enemies. The ramseys were aware of my existence. Assistance I became worried that somebody might pretend to be me to gain their trust and I thought I had to stop snap that so I met with them and when I came out here to again I came out here several times. Then and each time I would meet with those Smith. Just a wonderful guy and he introduced me to Ollie Gray and he introduced me do several other people they were working on the case. After Lewis Smith's death he left his case files to his daughter Cindy Mara as well as his master spreadsheet detailing every suspect for the murder of Jon Benet he developed this database of people have interest. In our case I'd come in his tips and each each name had a columnist. What had been done if anything on this tip was followed up on his DNA take three perch taken in intellect coughing very extensive database very thorough? And when he died he left that as legacy and and Cindy Mara his daughter is taken up that database and move forward on doing what Lou would have done had lived. So yeah. Yeah it's it's really a gift he left because you know as a family here we have. We have nothing else you know. The police haven't shared any really not any information with us. So the work that we did is what we've got it. Is this spreadsheet and a final shortlist list of ten suspects that is now forming the basis of our new investigation. Douglas Genie Jason and their team along with John and John John Andrew Ramsay are determined to finally finish with Detective Smith started and they formed his team if kept very low profile but they are basically taking lose extensive database of information on this case and methodically going through each dame each lead and either eliminated eminating or resilient and they're eliminating it based on Giddy. Dna We have foreign mail. DNA always voice have had in this case in lieu fell was going to be solved by fighting DNA mash. So they're going through and get Indian each of these people I I either take him off. The list is debated match. Or there's some connection than pursuing it for. They're going from the top down but they do you believe that the name of the killers.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Unbelievable so I was sort of primed for Mike to say you need an attorney his. I've gotten this call this warning the Woohoo K.. Whatever and the next day introduced to two attorneys? So what do we need to attorneys for. He swell one one can't represent both of you in Colorado. Wanted to sit down with police. Do it under a week to help forward hand down so we went back to Atlanta buried. Johnny her family cemetery blunt and said okay. We're was back to get on with the killer. And they said lots of fast and they pretty much said please shot get you they take. DNA did they tell you right away. The results of that. And you know they. You didn't We saw the results several years later. Which said we've tested the family? They're excluded. There's no match but they couldn't overlook that problem But we given everything you've ever asked for pure there's nothing they asked where we didn't give them. We gave them our bank rates. We gave credit card records our phone records we gave him DNA. We gave him hair samples who gave him pubic hair samples. We gave them see my volumes of handwriting samples. Jose House rewrite that horrible note with a right hand and then with our left hand. I probably wrote that. No which is very six seven times times so they could then look at my handwriting and make a judgment superpower broke the notre non so we did everything they asked. Well Yeah I mean you know day one week. Good under police station. Because why wouldn't you gave handwriting samples and Blood Samples Hair samples holzen pubic hair samples. which is you know? It's a pretty dramatic experience fingerprints all sorts of stuff but thing you would anybody anybody would do in that situation and so we did. They did not fess up that there was foreign mailed the in multiple locations on for a long time. Yeah of course. Eventually they compare my sample. Of course it doesn't search and none of your family's things.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Engagement season is in full. Swing in case. You can't already tell by your social media feeds so if you're getting engaged first of all congrats but you're probably just starting to realize how stressful wedding planning can be Zola. Makes Wedding planning easier and less stressful with wedding websites registry invites and a guest list manager. All in one place with Zola. You get instant access to free wedding website designs and they have hundreds of gorgeous designs to choose from for every style you can include an online RSVP page a custom url even an Faq's page. Zola has the highest rated registry of all time. You can add gifts from other stores. Sink existing registries even register for experiences and honeymoon funds plus get beautiful affordable invites rates and paper all designed to match your wedding website. They'll help you collect addresses and track online ours. VP's with their free guest list manager. Zola has helped one million couples get married. And they'll help you sign up at Zola Dot com slash Ramsey today to get your free personalized paper sample then use code. Save fifty not to get fifty percent off your save. The dates that Zola dot com slash Ramsey R. A. N. S. E. Y.. And Promo Code. Save fifty you better. Help is the world's largest counseling service and today. They've asked me to talk to you about something that I find really important Mental health if you got sick when you go to the doctor your mental health deserves the same level of attention. Better help is secure professional national online counseling. They assess your needs and match you with your own counselor from their network of licensed accredited and board-certified therapists. And once you're match with a counselor you can schedule weekly video or phone sessions without having to sit on somebody else's couch instead yet therapy from the comfort of your own living. The team at better help is committed to finding matches. That are most helpful for you. So it's easy and free to change your counselor if you ever need to. And it's more affordable in traditional off. Line counseling with financial aid available. So why wait get started today. Our listeners get ten percent off your first month. I better hope that's H. E. L. P. dot com slash j VR again. That's better help dot com slash J. B. for ten percent off your first month finally at one. PM One of the police officers detective. Linda aren't astronomers. Have another look around the house to check if anything seemed to miss and then you find your daughter which is I can't even imagine I can't well it was it was at first. Reliefs got found her. It was just a flood of thankfulness. And then I've pretty quickly realized assist screened girder of sears. I didn't you know as John. Andrew Tells Doug Guinea he insisted Melinda arrived in boulder to a scene of horror so we I can't can't exactly remember. But somehow we got on an airplane to Denver Info there in arrived to taxi cab from their their Ford and arrived right as just after they had found body. They were walking out of the house. So it's quite a way to see. It had to be very difficult. Yes absolutely and I remember being scared to. I didn't know who had done this against our family. There's I remember it did in our cabin Dan. That's coming out of the house. Presumably they just found Giannini's body and we were ushered into a car. Ars Essentially ran my dad's to the effect that Shamanee's been is in heaven and killed and Patsy. He was just devastated. I mean on the floor just devastated. The police were there of course and I the thing thing I can remember as as Burke being brought in and just that just that just he was he was just a nine year old. Oh you know smiling. Little boy and is his best friend is sister. Little sister was was murdered and that was just devastating devastating to me. See that his you know he just had this look of innocence on them walking in there kind of a big awkward smile. Oh I know this is this is not good. All these people around me were crying. A mother's on the floor but you know he's it just just awful nightmare however was just beginning and as it turned out the investigation into who killed Jon. Benet was to be defined from the start by a series of catastrophic blunders by the Boulder Police Department. I've met a foreign six expert years later. And he said it was bizarre. What they didn't do he said the first thing we do do when a child is missing as we go through the House thoroughly? Were they hiding under a blanket. Were they hiding in a closet where they played some Kinda game. We look everywhere in the house. I they didn't do it. That's the first avenue if a child missing this police work one on one. Didn't have it all the way. Our country's structured for the most part we have eighteen thousand police jurisdictions if a crime occurs in that jurisdiction that crime is responsibility ability of the local police. If they don't ask for help help cannot be given and certainly was the case in in Boulder. You are the expert in everything no are they wise enough to know. They're not sometimes yes sometimes. No Nar case dancer was no. They thought they can handle it. They tend to be very territorial very protective of their cases and they wanna not have help. And that's that's unfortunate yours. Get in the way. This is an expert on the Jon. Benet Ramsey case Jameson. They turn down can help immediately from the Denver. Police said you've had one homicide in how many years we have unfortunately for Denver of much larger number. YOU'RE IN DENVER. Said we have got equal that know how to do the crime scenes. Let us help you. An older apparently said no are. Oh you know. Don't think we're like maybe able to do something we we'll take care of our own and so Denver had to step back and let boulder do your thing which they didn't new very well in hindsight. Well that's the one day I will old boulder a responsible for. I don't criticize him because they had no experience. I appreciate ashamed that they were working on it. But they should have realized they didn't have the the expertise inexperienced to deal with it and they should have welcomed the help of Denver for example or the sheriff's Department or whomever and that's what I will fault them for that next day we went down to the police station and young in my mind. I'm a dumb nineteen year old kid. Really connect the dots and interrogation. But that's what it was police price of eight separate me from my family for hours on end. Bring me into some window. Lists the interrogation room. And so I'm sitting there and I'm sure there's a video of this somewhere out there in the in the world thinking that okay well here comes the the best and brightest here comes the FBI you know CBI. This is peculiar okay. Good we're going to get to you. Know get to an answer here and then walk. Ron gossage in Steve. Thomas from the border police mayhem either. Business cards and I look added in one says auto theft and the other says narcotics and literally. I just bury my head in my hands because I knew at that point. We we're screwed. These guys had no business investigating.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Engagement season is in full. Swing in case. You can't already tell by your social media feeds so if you're getting engaged first of all congrats but you're probably just starting to realize how stressful wedding planning can be Zola. Makes Wedding planning easier and less stressful with wedding websites registry invites and a guest list manager. All in one place with Zola. You get instant access to free wedding website designs and they have hundreds of gorgeous designs to choose from for every style you can include an online RSVP page a custom url even an Faq's page. Zola has the highest rated registry of all time. You can add gifts from other stores. Sink existing registries even register for experiences and honeymoon funds plus get beautiful affordable invites rates and paper all designed to match your wedding website. They'll help you collect addresses and track online ours. VP's with their free guest list manager. Zola has helped one million couples get married. And they'll help you sign up at Zola Dot com slash Ramsey today to get your free personalized paper sample then use code. Save fifty not to get fifty percent off your save. The dates that Zola dot com slash Ramsey R. A. N. S. E. Y.. And Promo Code. Save fifty you better. Help is the world's largest counseling service and today. They've asked me to talk to you about something that I find really important Mental health if you got sick when you go to the doctor your mental health deserves the same level of attention. Better help is secure professional national online counseling. They assess your needs and match you with your own counselor from their network of licensed accredited and board-certified therapists. And once you're match with a counselor you can schedule weekly video or phone sessions without having to sit on somebody else's couch instead yet therapy from the comfort of your own living. The team at better help is committed to finding matches. That are most helpful for you. So it's easy and free to change your counselor if you ever need to. And it's more affordable in traditional off. Line counseling with financial aid available. So why wait get started today. Our listeners get ten percent off your first month. I better hope that's H. E. L. P. dot com slash j VR again. That's better help dot com slash J. B. for ten percent off your first month finally at one. PM One of the police officers detective. Linda aren't astronomers. Have another look around the house to check if anything seemed to miss and then you find your daughter which is I can't even imagine I can't well it was it was at first. Reliefs got found her. It was just a flood of thankfulness. And then I've pretty quickly realized assist screened girder of sears. I didn't you know as John. Andrew Tells Doug Guinea he insisted Melinda arrived in boulder to a scene of horror so we I can't can't exactly remember. But somehow we got on an airplane to Denver Info there in arrived to taxi cab from their their Ford and arrived right as just after they had found body. They were walking out of the house. So it's quite a way to see. It had to be very difficult. Yes absolutely and I remember being scared to. I didn't know who had done this against our family. There's I remember it did in our cabin Dan. That's coming out of the house. Presumably they just found Giannini's body and we were ushered into a car. Ars Essentially ran my dad's to the effect that Shamanee's been is in heaven and killed and Patsy. He was just devastated. I mean on the floor just devastated. The police were there of course and I the thing thing I can remember as as Burke being brought in and just that just that just he was he was just a nine year old. Oh you know smiling. Little boy and is his best friend is sister. Little sister was was murdered and that was just devastating devastating to me. See that his you know he just had this look of innocence on them walking in there kind of a big awkward smile. Oh I know this is this is not good. All these people around me were crying. A mother's on the floor but you know he's it just just awful nightmare however was just beginning and as it turned out the investigation into who killed Jon. Benet was to be defined from the start by a series of catastrophic blunders by the Boulder Police Department. I've met a foreign six expert years later. And he said it was bizarre. What they didn't do he said the first thing we do do when a child is missing as we go through the House thoroughly? Were they hiding under a blanket. Were they hiding in a closet where they played some Kinda game. We look everywhere in the house. I they didn't do it. That's the first avenue if a child missing this police work one on one. Didn't have it all the way. Our country's structured for the most part we have eighteen thousand police jurisdictions if a crime occurs in that jurisdiction that crime is responsibility ability of the local police. If they don't ask for help help cannot be given and certainly was the case in in Boulder. You are the expert in everything no are they wise enough to know. They're not sometimes yes sometimes. No Nar case dancer was no. They thought they can handle it. They tend to be very territorial very protective of their cases and they wanna not have help. And that's that's unfortunate yours. Get in the way. This is an expert on the Jon. Benet Ramsey case Jameson. They turn down can help immediately from the Denver. Police said you've had one homicide in how many years we have unfortunately for Denver of much larger number. YOU'RE IN DENVER. Said we have got equal that know how to do the crime scenes. Let us help you. An older apparently said no are. Oh you know. Don't think we're like maybe able to do something we we'll take care of our own and so Denver had to step back and let boulder do your thing which they didn't new very well in hindsight. Well that's the one day I will old boulder a responsible for. I don't criticize him because they had no experience. I appreciate ashamed that they were working on it. But they should have realized they didn't have the the expertise inexperienced to deal with it and they should have welcomed the help of Denver for example or the sheriff's Department or whomever and that's what I will fault them for that next day we went down to the police station and young in my mind. I'm a dumb nineteen year old kid. Really connect the dots and interrogation. But that's what it was police price of eight separate me from my family for hours on end. Bring me into some window. Lists the interrogation room. And so I'm sitting there and I'm sure there's a video of this somewhere out there in the in the world thinking that okay well here comes the the best and brightest here comes the FBI you know CBI. This is peculiar okay. Good we're going to get to you. Know get to an answer here and then walk. Ron gossage in Steve. Thomas from the border police mayhem either. Business cards and I look added in one says auto theft and the other says narcotics and literally. I just bury my head in my hands because I knew at that point. We we're screwed. These guys had no business investigating.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"I think anyone who suffered the loss of a child those that that. There's just a lot of times that let's family and friends and clergy people. We lost our daughter. That's the worst possible. Ospel thing that could have happened to us. Anything that has happened in the aftermath pales by comparison. We feel like they're at least two people on the face of this earth. No who did. And that is the killer and someone that that person may have confided them. Welcome to episode three of the killing of Jon Benet Ramsey the final suspects. I'm your host Daniel Roby last time we heard how twenty three years after the broken and abused body of six year. Old jonbenet Ramsey was discovered by her father in the basement of their Boulder Colorado home. The identity of her murder still baffles law enforcement officers bottomline. There's still a killer out there. It also how armed with a list of remaining suspects from lead detective loose-knit a new team of investigators. Journalists and private citizens are doing what the boulder older police department has yet to be able to put aside any agenda other than finding answers for the Ramseys it is this spreadsheet and a short list of ten suspects. Vex that is now forming the basis of our new investigation Dylan Howard Doug Lumbini Jamison and their team along with John and John. Andrew Ramsay are determined determined to pick up with detective. loose-knit could not finish it. Used to be what I'd wake up in the morning had to get up up quick because I lay in bed. Start thinking that was tough to start your day. That way better yet reminded. No I have pictures of Jon Benet and and Beth. My other daughter on my desk came sometimes. Look that makes both happy and said well you know for so long long. My father's born the brunt of working with the media and putting himself out there and he's gone to tremendous links that really to protect us kids to the we can have a semblance of normal life. I'm at the same time I've got a vested interest in this. I've got young children myself. My wife has been affected by this murder. And I want the truth. And that's why I'm I'm doing this. I don't have any aspirations beyond just getting to the truth and this is this is a means to an end. As I said we were naive pass. He came from a small town west. Virginia I was born and raised in Lincoln Nebraska. We thought the world was a nice place John Andrew along with sisters Elizabeth and Melinda lived with their mother in Atlanta. Their parents had divorced in nineteen seventy eight and John. John Married Patsy in nineteen. Eighty Burke Ramsey was born in one thousand nine hundred seven and Jon Benet three years later even after John and patsy moved to boulder all all the children remained close. This is John Andrew. My Dad's company merged with two others in the headquarters was in boulder her once Access graphics was sold to Lockheed Martin my dad was promoted to CEO President. In of course steph point made the move to full-time in boulder but coming from Atlanta Boulder was. It was kind of a novelty right until the story of. You've gone out there as a as a seventh grader Meena Buddy. We had our bikes. We could ride our bikes everywhere. I mean this was unthinkable in the sprawl of Atlanta. You walk the places. It was kind of this quaint small town so we thought we didn't pay attention to keep our doors lock. We thought we lived the Nice safe community in one of the things. Police asked me early on. Do you know anybody could have done this. I said I don't know anybody this evil. This is an evil horrible saying that human being into a child. I don't know anybody I've never met anybody. That said Evil John. John Andrew Remembers. Jon Benet some fourteen years his junior as a boisterous fun loving kid. I'm not GonNa say we were best buddies or anything but As I remember being really Tomboy I mean she this older brother Burke who had a bunch of you neighborhood buddies played baseball and whatever sports the day and she just Kinda hung out with them and I really saw her as as a tomboy be yes she was a sweet fun kit at the some of this has been trumped up and really portrayed as overwhelming personality but I guess I don't remember that and I think I there's just genuine this weekend one of the things that I regret big time obviously is that we didn't take our home security more seriously without Linden in a very peaceful AC- Harriet type of community. Our House had alarm system. Stay in the house. We bought it but it was one that put without this excruciating noise and the theory behind that type assists to was it drives you nuts and some as intruder. He just wants to get out of the house as his his ear. Drums are breaking. So we'd never used. Johnny said off one just punching buttons. It was horrible. She said it makes expires loud. That's the idea so we'd ever use it because it was horrible system but on the morning after Christmas nineteen ninety-six. Everything changed our plan that morning. That was get up early. Blind to Minneapolis meet John and my daughter Melinda and they go on up to northern Michigan for like a second Christmas with Miller kiss and then they were going to go back home. And we're going to take Johnny Burke on the Disney cruise so it was the day after Christmas and I had spent Christmas with but my sister Melinda in mother and if Lanna and after was flying to meet my dad passing family. We were GONNA go to Charlotte Michigan time. We'd at home but the plan was to meet any apple's so we were flying Minneapolis Got Off their plane and I can't remember someone handed me a note flight attendant or somebody they pulled me aside and said you need to call call home essentially pay phone and called my dad and he told me that Johnny Been Kidnapped and I think he I essentially we. Just this means that split-second decision why Denver that point after patsy discovered the ransom note claiming Jon Benet had been kidnapped. She called called nine one one. The police responded and so began the initial agonizing. Wait for the family well. I described the feeling to people. It's like when you're in a shopping center and you've got your small child with you and your rookie through clothing and look round gone. He had this desist. Hit My gut like my God. Where's bird or she go? Where did he go a star frantically looking and then you find him over in the next? I'll somewhere minutes later. I had that panic yet in the gut feeling all morning what do I what have I got to do to get her backed. It's cold out there. It's dark and I do whatever I'm capable of doing that we call the police immediately obvious to get her back. That was my the whole focus. What a helpless? I didn't know what to eat. Our can give blocked roads lead. Get pleased at the airport. I but the cops answer here. They know what they're doing. I I don't I don't should be done. But in retrospect they didn't have a clue what they're doing and I should'VE MM-HMM I should've I don't how would escalate it. But I should have called a friend of the governor's office. I should have done something to say. Look we got a major.

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"marilyn" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"I think anyone who suffered the loss of a child those that that. There's just a lot of times that let's family and friends and clergy people. We lost our daughter. That's the worst possible. Ospel thing that could have happened to us. Anything that has happened in the aftermath pales by comparison. We feel like they're at least two people on the face of this earth. No who did. And that is the killer and someone that that person may have confided them. Welcome to episode three of the killing of Jon Benet Ramsey the final suspects. I'm your host Daniel Roby last time we heard how twenty three years after the broken and abused body of six year. Old jonbenet Ramsey was discovered by her father in the basement of their Boulder Colorado home. The identity of her murder still baffles law enforcement officers bottomline. There's still a killer out there. It also how armed with a list of remaining suspects from lead detective loose-knit a new team of investigators. Journalists and private citizens are doing what the boulder older police department has yet to be able to put aside any agenda other than finding answers for the Ramseys it is this spreadsheet and a short list of ten suspects. Vex that is now forming the basis of our new investigation Dylan Howard Doug Lumbini Jamison and their team along with John and John. Andrew Ramsay are determined determined to pick up with detective. loose-knit could not finish it. Used to be what I'd wake up in the morning had to get up up quick because I lay in bed. Start thinking that was tough to start your day. That way better yet reminded. No I have pictures of Jon Benet and and Beth. My other daughter on my desk came sometimes. Look that makes both happy and said well you know for so long long. My father's born the brunt of working with the media and putting himself out there and he's gone to tremendous links that really to protect us kids to the we can have a semblance of normal life. I'm at the same time I've got a vested interest in this. I've got young children myself. My wife has been affected by this murder. And I want the truth. And that's why I'm I'm doing this. I don't have any aspirations beyond just getting to the truth and this is this is a means to an end. As I said we were naive pass. He came from a small town west. Virginia I was born and raised in Lincoln Nebraska. We thought the world was a nice place John Andrew along with sisters Elizabeth and Melinda lived with their mother in Atlanta. Their parents had divorced in nineteen seventy eight and John. John Married Patsy in nineteen. Eighty Burke Ramsey was born in one thousand nine hundred seven and Jon Benet three years later even after John and patsy moved to boulder all all the children remained close. This is John Andrew. My Dad's company merged with two others in the headquarters was in boulder her once Access graphics was sold to Lockheed Martin my dad was promoted to CEO President. In of course steph point made the move to full-time in boulder but coming from Atlanta Boulder was. It was kind of a novelty right until the story of. You've gone out there as a as a seventh grader Meena Buddy. We had our bikes. We could ride our bikes everywhere. I mean this was unthinkable in the sprawl of Atlanta. You walk the places. It was kind of this quaint small town so we thought we didn't pay attention to keep our doors lock. We thought we lived the Nice safe community in one of the things. Police asked me early on. Do you know anybody could have done this. I said I don't know anybody this evil. This is an evil horrible saying that human being into a child. I don't know anybody I've never met anybody. That said Evil John. John Andrew Remembers. Jon Benet some fourteen years his junior as a boisterous fun loving kid. I'm not GonNa say we were best buddies or anything but As I remember being really Tomboy I mean she this older brother Burke who had a bunch of you neighborhood buddies played baseball and whatever sports the day and she just Kinda hung out with them and I really saw her as as a tomboy be yes she was a sweet fun kit at the some of this has been trumped up and really portrayed as overwhelming personality but I guess I don't remember that and I think I there's just genuine this weekend one of the things that I regret big time obviously is that we didn't take our home security more seriously without Linden in a very peaceful AC- Harriet type of community. Our House had alarm system. Stay in the house. We bought it but it was one that put without this excruciating noise and the theory behind that type assists to was it drives you nuts and some as intruder. He just wants to get out of the house as his his ear. Drums are breaking. So we'd never used. Johnny said off one just punching buttons. It was horrible. She said it makes expires loud. That's the idea so we'd ever use it because it was horrible system but on the morning after Christmas nineteen ninety-six. Everything changed our plan that morning. That was get up early. Blind to Minneapolis meet John and my daughter Melinda and they go on up to northern Michigan for like a second Christmas with Miller kiss and then they were going to go back home. And we're going to take Johnny Burke on the Disney cruise so it was the day after Christmas and I had spent Christmas with but my sister Melinda in mother and if Lanna and after was flying to meet my dad passing family. We were GONNA go to Charlotte Michigan time. We'd at home but the plan was to meet any apple's so we were flying Minneapolis Got Off their plane and I can't remember someone handed me a note flight attendant or somebody they pulled me aside and said you need to call call home essentially pay phone and called my dad and he told me that Johnny Been Kidnapped and I think he I essentially we. Just this means that split-second decision why Denver that point after patsy discovered the ransom note claiming Jon Benet had been kidnapped. She called called nine one one. The police responded and so began the initial agonizing. Wait for the family well. I described the feeling to people. It's like when you're in a shopping center and you've got your small child with you and your rookie through clothing and look round gone. He had this desist. Hit My gut like my God. Where's bird or she go? Where did he go a star frantically looking and then you find him over in the next? I'll somewhere minutes later. I had that panic yet in the gut feeling all morning what do I what have I got to do to get her backed. It's cold out there. It's dark and I do whatever I'm capable of doing that we call the police immediately obvious to get her back. That was my the whole focus. What a helpless? I didn't know what to eat. Our can give blocked roads lead. Get pleased at the airport. I but the cops answer here. They know what they're doing. I I don't I don't should be done. But in retrospect they didn't have a clue what they're doing and I should'VE MM-HMM I should've I don't how would escalate it. But I should have called a friend of the governor's office. I should have done something to say. Look we got a major.

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