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"mark dixie" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

09:45 min | 6 months ago

"mark dixie" Discussed on Murder Minute

"A twenty a year old South Carolina. Man was shot and killed while attempting to protect his mother. During a domestic dispute. Police were called to the home in the city of Anderson South Carolina China near one A.. M. When they arrived they found twenty year old. Landis cosby with gunshot wound to his chest police and ems tried to revive the a young man on the scene but their efforts were unsuccessful. Police say that four people in the home witnessed the shooting including a six-year-old child. His mother's boyfriend forty year old Rashard Smith was arrested and charged with murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. He's being held without bond as he awaits his first court appearance. Those were your true crime headlines The next step the murder of sally and Bowmen but first a quick break. Welcome back to murder the minute today. The Story Sally and Bowman's murder Sally on Bowman was living the dream of many young women by her eighteenth birthday way she'd attended Brit school ever stages British Performing Arts and Technology Institute in Croydon England. The same school amy Wine House and Katie Malloch attended the youngest of four girls. She fit the baby of the family. archetype asserted by psychologists pretty well. She was highly social social confidence creative and keen on being the center of attention. She loved dancing singing and entertaining supporting these passions. With part time work work as a hairdresser and barmaid she was also an up and coming model having become the face of swatch watches and drawing comparisons to supermodel title Kate Moss for the entertainment industry. It seems she had it all talents. Glamorous looks drive and that it factor that can really make a career. sally-anne would have loved to hit the big time and many believed. She was well on her way instead. Her bright light went out forever. You're on September twenty fifth two thousand five the evening before less than two weeks. After her eighteenth birthday she was eager to take her a passport out for the first time to prove age and legally buy a drink years later her mother. Linda told the sun that she remembers that night. As though it were yesterday your day. sally-anne sat eating chips. She said wearing a pink gown and slippers and asked her sister Danielle for a ride to a club in Croydon before they left. Salient stood in the doorway looking back she said thanks for having me here. Mom You don't have to think me I'm your mother. Linda replied sally-anne reached the front sidewalk. She called back to her mom that she loved her. That almost seems like a for telling scene from a movie. Now the kind of makes you wonder if two characters we'll see each other again. Linda told her daughter she loved her too and reminded her to call home. Should she need a ride later. She would wait and wait for that. Call after leaving her mom's House Sally and spent the next few hours clubbing with friends. Threatens at one point meeting up with another one of her sisters Nicole sometime after midnight. She called her boyfriend of two years. Lewis SPROXTON and who was out with friends to. She asked him to pick her up and drive her to her place something. He was far from pleased with the couple. Had A history spats and repeated breakup and make-up's not an uncommon pattern teenage romances. That night they leaned. Toward the break-up upside Lewis did as she requested though leaving his friends to pick her up all the way to Sally Ann's apartment they argued. They were both jealous of the other and suspected infidelities parked outside the building. The fight carried on for close to ours once they had both both had enough she stepped out of the car and stormed off twitter. Place Louis sped away minutes later. Someone grabs sally-anne and plunged a knife into her body. Neighbors heard screams but chuck them up to a common dispute or sounds from. Fox's that were prevalent in that area at night. They looked out their windows. Noting nothing suspicious but the attack was far from over. The man kept on stabbing an biting the young woman before raping her lifeless body several hours later just after dawn. A passer-by spotted her remains and called for help. Police arrived to a scene so horrific they decided to take polaroid's to show neighbors for identification purposes rather than having them look at the scene straight on without hesitation neighbors named the slain woman as Sally. Anne Bowman the aspiring model and singer. The daughter sister and friend soon after Linda Bowman opened her front door to find police. Officer Stuart Cundy standing on her steps. Did she have a daughter named sally-anne her I thought was. What have they done now? She later told Scottish TV presenter. Christine uh she knew sally-anne had been out having fun with our POWs and sisters if only it were a matter of simple mischief. Cundy didn't waste any Time staying true to his commitment to be front and transparent with loved ones of the deceased their daughter had been stabbed to death. Authorities described the knife attack is controlled but frenzied and one that created some of the most awful defense wounds. They had seen all made worse by the horrific indignities of postmortem rape the patch of sidewalk were sally-anne took her last breaths soon filled with flowers including a wreath from her grandmother. Other olive with a note that read for our beautiful granddaughter. She will always be in our hearts once. The investigation began. Sally Ann's family only made a public appeal for help in solving the case leads poured in providing detectives with fifty names and one hundred fifty phone calls with tips to consider. TV footage. showed the young model chatting with friends at a bar a few hours before the attack which was estimated to have occurred between four fifteen for twenty that morning just after her boyfriend Lewis sped away as is typical with murder cases. Romantic partners are often a suspect. And and the first to be questioned. There's even a term for the murder of a girlfriend or wife exor aside and a US Department of Justice Studies show that eighty. Three three percent of spouse murderers are men. When police approached Louis the day after the murder he assumed it had to do with the argument? He and Sally Ann had the previous night. It wouldn't have been the first time. Authorities were made aware of their bickering but was his jealousy a motive absolutely not according according to him through four straight days of questioning Lewis never shifted from his claim that he had nothing to do with the attack. The relationship Asian. She wasn't perfect. He said but they cared about each other deeply. After a quarrel. He expected that they would soon things and carry on as usual. When DNA analysis showed that the semen discovered in Salomon's body belong to someone other than Lewis he was removed as a suspect from there? The case went cold for nine months. Sally Ann's Family Having to not only grieve but wonder who had been responsible for the murder aware that that the killer remained free living his life while they're beloved was stolen then on June fifteenth. Two thousand six a thirty six year old man. The Mark Dixie got into a brawl after watching England play in the World Cup on TV at a pub by this time taking DNA samples for minor offenses was standard as police questioned. dixie about the bar fights. The man broke into tears which seemed odd until his DNA sample came up as a perfect match with a sample salience case. He was promptly arrested and charged with her rape and murder his coworkers at pub where he worked as a chef were stunned to hear his crimes and sadistic history. According to the Sun Dixie had three children and girlfriend who described him as the life of the Party when he was taking drugs but dramatic mood swings often followed. Because dixie refused to admit to the murder. Sally Ann's family had to endure trial hearing painstaking details of the assault. dixie ended up admitting to and detailing how he had raped Sally Ann's corpse corpse which prompted her mother to flee the courtroom tears. He also fantasized about a sex killing earlier on and masturbated over newspaper images of sally-anne. Uh He filmed this act and the video was used as evidence against him. If only someone had found that film learned his obsessions sooner. It's difficult to say whether Dixie felt compelled to murder the young woman or if he killed primarily to feed his perceived need to have sex with corpses. which would be considered? Did Philip homicide while. NECROPHILIA is associated.

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"mark dixie" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

16:08 min | 7 months ago

"mark dixie" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Me through an incredibly tough time. I've I've another sort of hometown murder slash disappearance. I'll be sending in soon that I had the loosest links tube but if I forget or remember that I have a-levels I should be doing. Maybe maybe you might want to look up the abduction of Madeleine McCann. Oh honey. We know that it's sort of the Jon. Benet Ramsey of England and has become a kind of Colt icon here. Yeah we know we know. Yeah it's everywhere by Hana Ana isn't eh the bath. Yeah that's a good eighteen year old email. That's good feelings. Eighteen year old if we can get a hold of Hana and get our Hana well. It's H. A. N. E.. Oh aw honey Han Han Solo. You wrote us an email okay. We need to get this doctor. Dr Based Family into the yeah and get into sold intervene right hometown story high M crew. I have been a fan of the podcast for the past few you months and it has made me relieved to know that I'm not alone in wanting to hear about grisly murders. Staying up at night thinking about them. my hometown stories from about a decade ago. And I remember we're hearing about it when I was around nine or ten years old. I live in a town. Called Horley in Surrey in England and back in two thousand and eight England is in every. Now you're like we just WANNA give you. Yeah the island. We just want to give you all the information you need it. My small town was shocked when we discovered at that one over the chefs. Working at the most popular pub in town was a murderer and rapist chef was called Mark Dixie. Back in two thousand and five. He attacked an eighteen year. Old Woman called Sally and boom in in our own driveway in a completely random attack. Just minutes after her boyfriend had dropped her at home he was on a night out and saw her alone and took the opportunity to stab her seven times and Raipur in the driveway. Jesus but that's that wasn't off the top of his head. That's that's done something like that. Before right. The scumbag left her for dead and the case was unsolved for several months. It was about nine months later when he was arrested for having a fight in the pub he worked at the pub is about a five minute drive from where I live and the police police matched his DNA DNA found. Sally Body thing that I find most chilling is the main piece of evidence which helped to convict him was that there was a film record. Oh my God this is crazy. There was a film recording of him at work masturbating over a newspaper picture of Sally. Oh my God. Is that the most chilling fucking horrible thing you've ever heard. So he's working in the back of Bob. Oh my God he got see everywhere. There the poor SOC- TV whoever whatever person operator had to look through that and then discovered that and be like sorry. What's this yeah here? That's horrifying okay. The judge called it one of the worst murders he had ever seen. The guy was sentenced to thirty four years in prison but I hope they never let him out this stories quite notorious in my town because of the violent way in which is poor girl was killed honestly gives me chills every time we think about it. It's such terrible story and I always remember it. Every time I get dropped off at home I always ask for the person a friend taxi driver to wait outside until I go and just because you never know who might use it as an opportunity to attack yes always rated by Zauq Doc. Watch people to walk but watch people all the way on the door rushed. Watch them take out their keys and enter and then wave and then get them to text. Text you once. They're inside say the insides clear. Just keep checking. Keep checking shout out to my mom who loves a podcast in is also a huge fan. We love you. We love how you guys are highlighting the very real dangers that exist in the world whilst also bringing fun and laughter as well stay sexy now. Get murdered Georgia British Georgia. They don't even notice that British Georgia Georgia. What's British Georgia Georgia? I wonder American Door Jerry proper unlike American Georgia no burping. No this subject. Line of this is my hometown. Mystery of the dead man on the more are so crazy dear. Og murdering US perfect act really sweet. Nice one. Okay I've been wanting to write for some time but as you have already covered my hometown. Murderers the the infamous Moors murders. I I had to think further imagine being seven years old and being told about the five children around your age that were brutally murdered up the road on top of the surrounding hills that you love so much come murdering was born. Love it anyhow. I thought you'd be interested in a mystery which kripke UK in two thousand fifteen and took place in my hometown. Hometown Saddleworth knowing New England holding the oldest England she they wrote northern England Saddleworth which is pronounced worth or something. We'll find out later. In the morning of the twelfth of December two thousand fifteen and older looking man was found found dead on a path of of of stone reservoir lying perfectly straight in the path with his arms crossed across with his arms across his chest it was was freezing and the rain was torrential but he wore light clothes for the weather he had no identification on him at all or any personal artifacts that would tell people who who he was or why he was here he did have one hundred hundred and thirty pounds all in ten pound notes. Three train tickets from London to Manchester the day before in a small blue cardboard medicine box. The label was printed in both English. An urge you so all pretty weird clues and no one knew who he was. No one was able to identify him even with the sketch of his face on the news he was a mystery. The people at the more called him Neil because apparently he looked like a neil that was in quotes quotes and devastation after the name of the reservoir where he was found police got to work investigating. Neil checking CICI TV at the train stations and asking around the village he walked into the Clarence pub where I had my first ever job as the worst fucking ever waitress known to person kind I love it really want to hear the stories. Yeah Anyway he asked how to get how to get to the top of the mountain meaning the hill side of the Moorland. The staff warn the man that he wouldn't get there and back before dark mark but he asked them to repeat the directions and left anyway. Weird sounds like suicide right. Well even weirder. He died from strychnine poisoning poisoning and archaic poison written about in Agatha Christie novels and currently banned in the European Union. Doesn't it sound like he's trying to establish an alibi by going in Marin saying tell me how to get to this weird place to this once the Nabet how me again like that. Sounds like you're gonNA remember me. Yeah may be. Maybe someone was following him. Oh maybe maybe then say settlements while you tell me these directions. I've also another piece of information. Yeah I keep going no. There's a lot of okay okay. Why would someone kill themselves? And how did he even get that poison when it's banned over the whole continent and by now his face was all over the news in the UK. Why had no one come forward to identify him in an autopsy? A titanium plate was found attached to his left femur strangely didn't have a serial number but was branded by company found in Pakistan through. This police managed to identify him as David. Lighten so not a Neil and saw that that was on the edge And saw that he had flown four thousand miles from Lahore Pakistan. Two days before he was found dead on a path on Saddleworth more police found out more about his identity. But until this day no one knows the truth about his death did he return to the UK specifically to die by suicide. Then why did he come to Saddleworth Moor y you Strychnine who knows not me in all caps. Thank you so much for all that you do me and my partner love listening to your podcast and love being in the Internet sub communities that are only possible because of you both shout out to Macabre Reno's and smoker. Reno's stay sexy and stay the fuck off the Mars Abby. I like this one because it's recent and it's unsolved. Yeah and it's like this is the history. This is a culture. We're going going into murdering those minds of what the hell was that you had and also to be found the path like earns as like placed laced. Yeah because strychnine. They're saying you know he has commissions Sti- about and been in a lot of pain. You're right so if you died you would die right like like grabbed up looking like mid seizure. Yeah I'll did someone come along and do that like there's no way and also the rain. I bet prevented any kind of. It's like if there were fingerprints totally. ooh Yeah So. That one's schilling. Thanks Abby. Okay I'm not gonNa tell you the name of this one okay. MFM MFM team and Co.. Sorry I've might things together before it screwed all. MFM Team and company Nice. I'm going to get straight to the good stuff. Back in the nineteen seventies. My Dad nece family lived in Cambridge and even though he was twenty or twenty one he was still living in at home and then it says the dream while he was dating my mom who he met at a sixth form social and then thankfully for us they wrote Prom for the American audience. Yes thank you. Thank you because that does not sound like prom no previous year. Anyway during nineteen seventy four and seventy five. The city was on high alert because because some chap decided to break into people's homes and rape them call them at chap she did call much up. He wasn't is a different culture yes he would then dawn a long blonde don a long blonde wig and do a runner that means he took off. He put away on and ran but I love and runner. Okay imaging to elude the police for two years before his capture cheese so pictures back in the summer of Nineteen seventy-four no idea it was summer. But that's how I imagine it when my mom told me the story and my dad's younger sister also still living at home is hanging out in the garden of their home which was on the outskirts of Cambridge and talking to the very affable son of their neighbors about unquote. These awful attacks happening to women Cambridge and how bad it was etc etc.. The neighbors agreed with her and discussed it for a while before finishing fishing the conversation and going about their days long view months later when she found out he cut to a few months later when she found out she was shooting the Shit with none other than the Cambridge rapist himself about his attacks. Holy Fuck I mean seriously recently anyway. That's my parents. Hometown murder leading the podcast. It's literally my dream listening and so nice to feel like part of the FM community..

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"mark dixie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

14:22 min | 10 months ago

"mark dixie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Really great to have you here and guess start dropping by here in just a matter of moments more phone calls as an eight five five four to seven to eight five now. It's time for fanduls Nanteuil brought to you by Dr Pepper. If you're a Georgia fan you will pay through the nose for the roof. Put in your cliche. Those are two of the bigger games in recent years pretty obvious this game is close a lot of money six eleven four ticket as it gets you in does not get you. Let's get get some more phone. Calls here and Fred is up next Fred. Thank you for the call him Paul how you doing we're doing great. Great is is mark and Danny with you today. They are around. You guys around working. What have what's up? Hey Mark how you doing great Fred. How are you I'm pretty good? Markazi just wanted to as you about Georgia's in order to gain and really what the US thing about the game and and your Toes Bailey Bat Fit Georgia will win. I've said thirty one seventeen for about four months now. I hope it's a close game in the end. I think you're I mean what I hope. I think what I hope is earning keeps it close and Georgia's run offense in the fourth quarter. Just GonNa Rot Grind it down it. It doesn't matter how good earn secondary can be. It's the or how many bodies they change in and out on the Defensive Line Georgia's just going to run through and they'll probably score or late touchdown and win by fourteen which is what those guys in the desert put up there. You still have hope though Ri- we're we're nowhere Fred we don't really want to. We don't need to hear more Notre Dame fans here okay. Thanks James is up next in Louisiana. Hello James Hey Paul. I I appreciate the opportunity to be able to speak and make a comment on your show. Today I want I watched with great interest era interview with Mr Liam Friday. Yes and I thought it very commendable that he was talking about how how important persons name was and the way they pronounced it and having called several State Championship tournaments here in Louisiana and also we'll see radio play by play announcer for Mark Dixie world series and if there was a name on the list but I didn't immediately know that I would be correct correct and my annunciation I would find someone from that team as Atlanta and get the correct pronunciation and this may sound trivial but I think it's very important everyone mispronounces Coco's name at Lsu and then one of his very first press conference is one of the print reporters asked him how he pronounced his name and he said or here law the is silent but everybody for and I bit my tongue on this until Mr Levy rekindled my interest in that but I'm especially disappointed and Marcus and booger they should know better and I know Oh you spent some time in Louisiana but mostly up in the northern part of the state so and not being a native you wouldn't be that familiar with but the and I I wish everybody would make a concentrated effort to get it correct. It's orgy raw. The end is silent and let let me make sure I understand this because I have just I understand the dialect a little bit so it is it started out oprah her or here raw or Jarrar or here on the errors there silent so there's no order. OJ ORANA in Orange Iran Osias Ron. Oh's your raw or hero. You're off there. You Go. You got it okay. I'm ready ahead down to a Cajun country. Hey thanks for the call crutches hits you yeah I've been down there before and when I I lived in northwest Louisiana we talk more Texas on Arkansan than than Oprah. Let's check out Greg in Kentucky Chucky. You're on the air. Go Right Ahead Greg it. Oh Paul how you doing. We're doing well. Thank you first time caller enjoy your show very much and no. I'M NOT GONNA make excuses why we lost the football game to Florida but for all football fans regardless which team you cheer for their has come point in time where this targeting rule is is this really went out of hand where guys offensive Dan defensive tackles cannot truly make a really good tackle and so many things are going on down there and there's confusion when and a guy just happens to hit him but obviously the second targeting call me and the Kentucky wildcats with horsemen over the whole country knows it and Florida just got away with heavens the railroad call. There's no way that guy targeted that quarterback in in that second one now. I just want to know what your opinion on that. Was You know listen. I thank you for your call. I'm to the point now where I I'm trying to look forward in offering offering an opinion on that. I really don't know I saw I saw the play. I didn't see what they saw and I think this is is the wrong place to get that adjudicated great to hear from you. Jeff is up next in Tennessee. Hello Jeff. Hey how you doing. We're doing well. Thank you well. The first question is what that until your boy lands and I'm not sure I understood the question but I do not know randy is up next. Hey Randy go all right ahead. You're on the air. Hey missed time bomb. I appreciate Tag McCall day. I just wanted to say I couldn't agree with you more about paying college football players what both Burkett worms and groping if he did that right well listen. I think there are two issues here. I think I think you're never going to pay for play. You may see players profiting from lightness. That's really the debate right now. It's not it's not a straight play for play. Pay For play but it's a confusing issue. Yes it is it is but the thing about it. Is You know you can't you know If you won't Professional Football Watch professional football this is college and this is you know collegiate football and what it's all supposed to be about but you hear the the thing I wanted to say I'm the bulldog fan and just wanted to thank Larry Shelby Alabama for being a SEC supporter Apple Alabama when Georgia's not playing and Crochet Day yesterday and I know some people don't like glad but I do thank you very much. great to hear from you join US next. We'll get his take on the weekend and we are going into the fourth weekend of the college football season appreciate you being a part of the show. We are live in New York coming right back. Welcome about glad you're with us here on a Tuesday afternoon. Wow the gears. There is a couple of other games this weekend with so much attention on Athens Athens. Don't forget about the game in college station. It's one of the bigger games in the country you have Auburn traveling to a am am still smarting from that Clemson Lost Auburn of course with the huge win over Oregon it ash off on the planes this afternoon Ed. Thank you for being here so let's let's talk about this game and and there's there's so much on the line because we we focus in on Alabama. Lsu Georgia but both of these schools schools still have a shot but to win this game will advance a loser could have some problems yeah anytime that you're playing an SEC west the game. You're always looking down the line to okay. How does this help us get to Atlanta but really if you look at Texas saying this is still a team that is trying trying to rebuild Jimbo Fisher? They're trying to get that statement when they're trying to have that statement season so this is a huge game for them at home and for Auburn I mean everyone keeps keeps talking about all right you know can they can they get back to really challenging Alabama in the Sec West four an sec championship and if you just walk around around this building there these guys have a lot of confidence you know gus. Malzahn seems a lot more loose a lot more relaxed. I know the pressure is always on him and it's always is on Auburn but this program feels a little different coming into this season. It has in years past. We'll talk about that because I mean we got a good look against Oregon but that seemed like a year ago and it was bone Nixon's coming out party but this is a revenge game. Whatever that means it's also somewhat of the season I'm not saying the season on the line already for a and then they show of Alabama at home they have everyone on the road but this would be a bad bad bad the law for them in terms of trying to win the SEC west? Yeah I agree and I think that when you look at this Auburn team that could have easily lost to Oregon again if you're Texas saying you say all right if we put our horses against them. Where do we matchup back? I think coming into the season a lot of people thought Texas was a better team than Auburn in wasn't auburn comes back with that furious second-half against Oregon where they just wore out and Oregon team that had played better than them up until about midway through the third third quarter so I I think that there's more pressure and I know this sounds crazy because of all the issues that Gus Malzahn and Auburn had over the last few seasons but I think there's there's more pressure on an being at home and being a team that we kind of looked at at the beginning the year saying they can take that next step. If you're going to take that next step you've got to win. These kinds of games and I'm not saying Auburn is playing with house money when you have a freshman quarterback and you have a team. That doesn't have the expectations right now that am did coming into the season. I just think that there's a little less pressure on them. Especially being on the road I was talking to someone earlier and I he's. He's a pundit and he doesn't follow the the game like you do and like some of us here and he said well. We're going to start winning. All these big games. I said hold on a second they lost to Clemson but I think he was referring to is what if they don't win this game they could be very easily heading toward a four law season and OH. I guess when you look at their schedule. They have the top four teams in the schedule before teams in the poll on their schedule. What's realistic for this club right now? Ed going into the year. I thought that this was a team that'd be eight and four and they still have deficiencies on the offensive line. They're still trying to figure things out on the defensive line. I mean this is a team again. In it's in a rebuilding process with Jimbo Fisher think Kellyn Mon- took so many valuable steps next year or last year but what can you do this year to become one of those quarterbacks that we're talking about at the end of the season is being an elite quarterback in this league. I think that's where they're still trying to figure out their identity on offense but I think that when you play a team team like Auburn where everyone is going to be watching you are the SEC game outside of Notre Dame and Georgia. You've got to win these. These are the Games that you win to take steps steps as programs especially when you're rebuilding but I will say Texas Edema still a ways away from having the talent to line up every single week and be that elite. SEC teams so they're still a little bit off but I understand it the pressure the expectations are always going to be up in college station and especially when Jimbo Fisher already has plaque that says a national champion so they're they're waiting to get to that black for actually earn. It and you've got to win games like this to do that. It adds up with us. We'll get to to Athens in a minute. Let me get your take on Alabama realized their game. This week is not high profile. It's it's a dreaded early game that Alabama fans hate hate so much or at least a school does but what do you sense from the school this team right now. Losing we've already lost a lot of critical players are starting a lot of freshmen. I mean that's not shockingly unusual but still we heard from fan a minute ago. Just doesn't feel good about this Alabama team. What do you think I don't challenge? Nick Sabin when he's upset and his team is upset and clearly they came into the season upset with outside perception the early suspensions the injuries certainly didn't help with how the defense wanted to line up against Duke in the first week. I just think from an outsider like myself just looking at how they've played. I think this this offense is what's really going to carry this team to it looks like he's been playing at Alabama for years now and he looked so comfortable and and Sark's offense they just totally clicking on now at the running game more you know Nausea Harris was a guy that we came into the season thinking he's going to be a top five..

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"mark dixie" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mark dixie" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Now five degrees at three thirty on John mark Dixie KRLD news Harvard University says it has fired a fencing coach over bribery allegations which surfaced in April school says it has since completed an independent investigation and what it calls a conflict of interest coach Peter brand reportedly sold his home for nearly double its assessed value to a business man whose son was later admitted to Harvard and join the fencing team WBZ televisions Lisa Hughes Harvard University has fired its fencing coach for violating the university's conflict of interest policy Peter brand is accused of selling is Needham home for and above the value price to a wealthy businessman who was trying to get his child on Harvard's fencing team Harvard says it is committed to upholding the integrity of its athletics program temperatures in the upper nineties today or I should say Tuesday along Mississippi's Gulf coast a great day for a swim but not gonna happen a toxic bloom of algae has forced the state to close all coastal beaches there's even a warning against eating local seafood CBS's Manuel both pork as the algae blooms can cause a host of ailments including rashes nausea and diarrhea in people and animals Allison Robertson a researcher at Dauphin island sea lab so the water advisory is out of an abundance of caution as a very very very low chance of any kind of human health effects associated with being in the water still business owners along the coast are worry tourism they are accounted for more than two billion dollars in two thousand eighteen and more than twenty eight thousand jobs Chicago police investigator stumbled upon the usual find it are trying to figure out how an alligator ended up in a lagoon on the city's west side a resident ran Horst Ruiz spotted the water creature and managed to snap pictures and post it to social media went down by the.

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