21 Burst results for "Marvin Scott"

"marvin scott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Get done. Chair Dixon Kale, I F news after a tug of war of sorts as to who will cover the cost for state, sending National Guard troops to the Texas border. Iowa's governor, Kim Reynolds, says her state will cover the cost of its troopers. I was governor acknowledged Monday the state will pay for the mission after the release of agreement showing the effort was taking place at no cost to Texas for the past couple of weeks. Reynolds and other state officials have argued a multi state agreement meant that Texas could reimbursed Iowa for its expenses. However, the agreement released to The Associated Press states that Texas and Arizona asked other states to absorb the associated costs. With the mission for the good of the country. The Texas Republican Party now has a new chairman, former state representative Matt Rinaldi, of Irving as the next chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. Rinaldi was elected to replace Allen West to announce his resignation last month and is now challenging Governor Greg Abbott to become the next governor. Rinaldi won the election on the first ballot getting 34 votes on the 64 members. State Republican executive Committee against three opponents he needed. 33 2 Win Cat Bonds, Iron Ally of News and Matt Rinaldi will be joining us at 7 40 this morning. Dallas Police made an arrest yesterday in the fourth of July shooting in Hamilton Park that left three people dead and another two injured. Police only said the arrest was made, but they're withholding the name of the suspect. During the continuing investigation. Shooting took place just before midnight at a party that was referred to as an unofficial community block party of the five people shot three died at the hospital. Two others recovered. The family of Marvin Scott, the third who died in college County Jail custody continues to Fight for Justice Video was recently released of the incident. Cassandra Scott says the public needed to see how her son was mistreated and believes the grand jury must not have had all the evidence when it dropped the charges against Scots.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Abuse. Reeves says more charges are likely. The lawyer who represents six of the former Collin County jailers are involved in the in custody death of Marvin Scott. The third says his client should not have been fired. A Collin County grand jury opted not to indict the eight officers saying they didn't commit a crime. But suggesting in a prepared statement that the county should improve protocol surrounding mental health response. Attorney Robert Rogers critical of share of Jim Skinner, for firing the jailers they're firing was nothing more than a cowardly political act. According to Rogers, Five of his six clients are appealing their firing. One of the jailers, who was initially terminated. It was reinstated after appeal. Plate. Neville K. L I F noon masking up on public transit and commercial airlines continues, at least through September. 13th, according to the T. S A. But Gordon Shadows with Dart tells us that there's been a slight update when taking the train airlines and public transit If you're an outside open air location that you are not required to wear a mask still recommended Actually, for those individuals who are not yet vaccinated, that update went into effect about a week ago. Shadow says Dark riders have been compliant with their rules. Love this story for off duty McKinney firefighter Is enjoying some downtime on the links yesterday morning when they noticed smoke in the distance from the seventh hole. And of course, firefighters are always on duty. I guess they told W. FAA. They instinctively jumped a fence to investigate. They found flames coming from one unit of an apartment building and they formed an old school fire brigade to douse the flames. Using flower pots and water from the kitchen sink. It became a competition. We're trying to get it out before the engine company got there. Once you're in this job, you know, we all got in it to help people and you to help People while you're on duty. You're all awesome is that they prevented the fire from spreading and on duty crew took over from there while they went back to their golf game..

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"marvin scott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And information. 5 70. Hey, Ella. Yeah. Sunny outside 85 degrees of 5, 70 Karelia News and information. I'm Chad Dixon, the in custody death of Marvin Scott. The third continues to create tension and Collin County Since Marvin Scott the third's death inside the Collin County Jail March, 14th protests have been held almost daily, some of them causing tension in the community. During a pact commissioner's court meeting this week, some residents voiced support for local government. Thank you for supporting law and order over Emotions and got reactions, while others demanded criminal charges against the seven jail employees who have since been fired. This community has been silenced for 71 days, several residents set in silence during their allotted speaking times at the meeting. Plate. Nevil K. L I. F News as the school year comes to a close for the summer teach for America looks back on how schools adapted during the pandemic. Jessica Guthrie, with T F A D FW says this school year has been full of resilience of all ages have had to adapt. They've had reflect they've had to take on new ways of learning, you know, learning be a zoom and all the virtual platform how to figure out how to engage advocate for themselves, she says. As virtual learning has worked well for some others prefer the Classroom setting, she says, as schools work to nail down a learning model for the next school year. It's best to listen to the science and make a decision that will help students thrive while staying safe cat bonds. I, er, Kayla if news news information Time is one of four, let's get a look A right now. Traffic accident working in North Dallas westbound lanes of 6 35 and Web Chapel Road, It's in the left lane. This has traffic backed up almost to midway. Eastbound highway, 1, 83 and Beltline Road and Irving. There's a rack all the vehicles now over on the right shoulder. Still some heavy traffic volume just after Esther's road and in great buying an incident on North bound 3 60 just after us Great Bind Road looks like only the right lane is getting by. This has traffic jam from Glade Road with Kaela right now. Traffic I'm Dave Allen. Now, let's get a look at your 5 70 Calyx After news and information forecast sunshine today with a high around 88 tomorrow more the same with high of 87 Friday could see more rain high 79 right now. 85 at DFW Airport. You're not accepted with Fox News is in 30 minutes. Breaking news. 24 7 A kale. I have dot com. I'm Chad Dixon on real news and information. 5 70 K. L I f the tragic shooting On May 9th was the 191st shooting in America in just 129 days, according to ABC News, where at.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

05:44 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"It does not have to turn into something evil at the end of the day. We're all after the same thing. All what prosperity all want a good life where we all want something better for children at the end of the day we all have those same principles. We all reach that in understand that we all could have that that needs to be like the news. Did we like if we're gonna bring the american dream back. Everybody wants to bring the american dream back. If we're bringing back then it to be the we need to like right. What that is and the numeric injury needs to be exactly what you just said. That's what i feel like worn olis' right but that on a t. shirt like it doesn't have to be me versus you. We could be on the same team. And there's different things you like pepsi coke. That's okay. I do not have a coke man. But guess what my. My dad's side of the family were in my mom's van work pepsi. Where really your dad worked for the coca cola like where where he has family members like my uncle is brother. Worked for coke mom. What about where where for atlanta in their headquarters yeah. He was a big time person in their headquarters. I was young. So i don't understand what his job was at the time but we used to get a lot of things from coke because he worked. Well i asked. My grandfather worked for the coca cola. Bottling company in alexander. So that's why. I was just i was younger so you broke young appropriate work hook family. I'm up enough. My mom's sisters. Like my mom's sister likes pepsi del. She's like my grandma up my grandmother on my mom's side which say go. Give me a piss in the so i go to boston. It's like give me a pepsi. And i'm drinking pepsi when i'm in boston. Oklahoma goats little care was one a drink. But i do prefer coke. Both right yeah. They're both they both john battery in car or queen about would've case but when you shouldn't drink it probably not. I'm the started with them putting cocaine in it so i feel anything that began with cocaine in the recipe. Three might need to reconsider anything that can make you just feel like you need it but if we can have different opinions on things and be okay it. We can all like different sports scenes and be okay. It looks like it's fine or those to me are like fun face like you know. My husband is like a dallas cowboys fan. I am a couple of aunt so so we're different singer So you know like that's a good difference. It's a fun it's fun competition. There's not really any you know really state in animal right right. That's the way should be fun. It shouldn't be anything that turns into a big fight on argument. Yeah okay here news. We're okay in essence what it is absolutely not okay. Well i'm going to have to bring you back on. I had so much thank you. Yes absolutely we gotta plan so. Because i told the wholesome pockets that i was doing this. Oh my god. I love with pocket so i put them on and i appreciate you put me in. The pocket has moved in all your page and all that like this is amazing. I appreciate you so much. Thank you for having a conversation sommese. Yeah they grow by me on be on your plane and bring anybody you know that wants to come on. I mean the more the merrier. Join join outlets like sport. Yeah no i mean. I love to have you or anybody else. Lawn that'd be so great Go ahead and egg. Okay could you email me like you're you're links and stuff so i can drop them in the description Do go ahead and shout out. All year steph. Okay definitely may list tom. Body park at a l. m. boutet podcasts. Y'all y'all y'all with follow me on What am are optimists pod. Only two on twitter. Please make as you can sell huge Transformers fan so. Please make sure you get up there. Brett sky potter. I love all we're all over the place in our podcast. Thank you so much of the magic word. Okada bark as were podcasts. We do appreciate you so much. Thank you. It's been a pleasure now. Which i had so much good. Thank you all right bye. Thanks michigan's listening I hope you guys enjoyed it. I had a so much fine. We didn't choose many of the questions. I thought we would. But it's a 'cause. I really enjoyed Just where the conversation naturally went. That was really fine. he will be back That was so much fun. Dinky brett Follow all the things Twitter at npr podcast Instagram underscore main underscore where to one pinterest. The underscore main underscore weirdo to one All the things get in your shoutouts Email manic pixie were dot com. Get on the shots And as always be kind and stay weird guys..

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

05:12 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"They're not gonna do it the people in power and the people with the money. You're not going to do it because there's nothing in it for them. Why would they do that. Why why would they do that. Why would they give up their power or their money or their influence or their resources. Why would they do. That doesn't make any sense. They have a winning formula. And they're winning. Formula keep some power. It keeps them fat and happy and in their castles. So fuck them. What's try to build something better thing that will work for all of us not just in the united states globally. We live in a global society. We are no longer. We no longer live in a world where you know. It's only like going driving. Two hours is a big deal because it you all of a sudden you get to see new people you can go on the internet and seat new people jimmy people from anywhere in the world's but if you're in this boat with us because it can't just be the united there's no fucking way out of one hundred and eight out of one hundred eighty sovereign countries on this planet. There's like two hundred and eighty or something. It's insane is a giant number. I don't actually know the number but it's lake sam. I just pulled those numbers out of my but but you know what i'm saying like there's no way statistically speaking there's no way that this is an exclusively american problem there's no fucking way if i was in vegas i would not bet money. This is the that we are. The only i would be like now. There's statistically speaking in your journey no there's no way this affects everybody around the world. People are in the same boat. I talk to each other. We gotta work together guys. We gotta try. We gotta try something different. Because what we're doing isn't working. People are dying by the truckload literally.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

04:05 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Seven two two. There are nine judges on the supreme court. Seven of those judges rules with a majority in favor of the police and said that the police are under no obligation to help you or protect you. If you are not in police custody at any time the police can say we don't want to help you. So that means that they can you know they can. They can help you and then if basically they just decided we don't wanna help you anymore. They can they hundred percent legally allowed to do that. The united states supreme court in a vote of seven seven. I cannot send an the majority seven. Federal judges serve seven supreme court. Judges said that the police are allowed to do that. They don't so protect and serve is not thing. It's a lie that we bought into they do not have. The police are under no obligation to help us. They can say no at any time. and i would argue that. They can't even do that correctly. Because the ruling send the police don't are under no obligation to help or protect and serve any of those things any of those words any buzz word that sounds good like protect and serve or help or assist like any of the provide assistance. Anything that any sort of simile or anything like that. That is associated with the police. Force is not true. I would even argue that the flip side of that isn't true either because apparently people are dying by the droves in police custody. They can't even do that right. Okay the police can't even keep the people they arrest. Even though the supreme court said you have one job police officers you have one one job. You don't have your number. You are under no obligation to protect or serve anyone in the general public any private civilian. You're not necessarily obligated to do anything the only time you're actually obligated to do anything is if is if you are in police custody. And they can't even do that right. They've one job one and they can't even do that right because people are dying by the droves.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Almost like brainwashing like a colt would brainwash you and so you kind of have to like d program yourself in. It's really hard to do that I've always kind of. I've always been an outlier. That's one of the reasons why this is a weirdo. Why qui- weirdos in the name. Because i've always been an outlier. I've always been a weirdo Just kind of that person. That's just like. I don't really know like about any of this like this. Just doesn't like what. I'm seeing versus. What i'm reading is not like this in. I don't know. I've just always been that person. That's like Is it though. Like are they really though. Because from what. I've seen and what i've read the like not in this textbook but just like in general None of this stuff is true. And so there's just always always been This just kind of who i am. I've always kind of been that person to just question absolutely everything just absolutely everything with like And and it can be It can be very frustrating and very annoying and very I don't know because i'm a very difficult person to satisfy with answers. Like you can't just give me sort of a milk toast one-size-fits-all answer and expect me to dislike. Go away like once. I sort of latch onto an idea or a concept or in a really just anything once i latch onto it It's very difficult to persuade me. is i think that's pretty true for most people like once you find an idea that you really like It's really hard to like kind of break from that And step back and look at it and go. Maybe that wasn't the best thing than i did. Maybe that wasn't the greatest idea or concept that i latched onto. But that's just you know. That's i'm working on it. I'm trying to be better at Sort of leading concepts and ideas flow freer through like more fluidly It's very hard though. It's very hard for me to especially so like okay. Perfect example this goes with marvin scott So there is a young.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Into account what both sides are saying. And then determine what the best course of action is for that specific situation it could not be more individualized. The system has set up to where it's incredibly individualized. You are a judge. You are supposed to look at this. One specific instance gather the evidence all of it together from both sides of the defense and the prosecution Or the good side and the bad side depending upon which side you're on you're supposed to gather all of that evidence up. They are exposed to gather all of their evidence up. Present you with the case and then you as the judge are supposed to take the time to ask the deeper questions. The hard questions you're supposed to it's supposed to be job. Nobody wants to do. And there's a reason that it's supposed to be a job that nobody wants to do because it's supposed to be hard And that's not what judges in today's world do that's not what they are They are anything but on bias. They are anything but impartial. They are it is follow the money. Just follow the money. I mean and police officers. We were sold this bill of goods as a collective contra a mostly white people because i have a feeling that within the latino necks culture and the the asian culture and the black culture obviously I don't feel like y'all bought into it as much as we did. Like as white people on my philip we bought into it hard we bought into the police. This idea that the police are supposed to protect and serve us Hard we like you know we hang our hat on that A lot of peo- lot of us do Because the were taught the pleasers boosted their. The police are there to make safe to keep you safe You know they're your especially down here in the south. I i don't know if this is as on dominant of like as dominant in the culture Like in you know. Like on the east coast or the west coast But especially like here in texas It's very you know the police are there to protect you. They're not here to hurt you. They're here to Protect you keep us safe all of those things as it out. None of that is true. it's just what we've been told and white we all bought into. And you know when you've bought into this idea for generations.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

05:04 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"And that's okay You know there's no time limit on grief people like to say that there is but There's really not and you can come out with as many studies as you want of. You know while it takes six months to get over the death of somebody leverage time it takes for somebody to get over another. You know a death or something akin to that as six months so in six months. You should be fine like you. We need that's the other thing we need. We need to stop qualifying pain. Stop it stop. China qualify pain. It's not okay That's a podcast episode for another day. we're gonna war. Don't worry we're gonna go into that because that's that's important to talk about I just i don't know it's just. It's very difficult To even really know what to say and it does go to the broader. You know it feeds directly into the black lives matter you know and brett talked about this a little bit on next week's episode it just the black lives matter doesn't mean you know only block lie. It's not exclusive. I didn't think it's meant to be exclusive. That's at least not how i take it. I don't think it's meant to be exclusionary The an only inclusive to block people on. That's one of the reasons. I find the movement so like interesting is because i have never taken it as they're saying were the only ones that matter. I've always taken it as they're saying no no like we matter to. We met her. Also we are citizens of this country where private citizens of this country. You know we you know provide to society you know. We're we're doing stuff to were here. We matter we mattered to you. Don't get to you know. Kill murder private civilians and not expect that when private civilians are murdered that people are not going to be outraged. an- if especially not if you continually do it to a very specific group of people i mean. What did you to me that that just tells me that the people on a thirty are idiots. They're either liars or they're stupid Because you just. I mean you you. You're either liars or you're incompetent like you just which tells me you should not be power. You shouldn't have those powers. We need to take those powers back from you. Because we're we're revoking your power because you're not doing what you're supposed to do with it. You know the everybody..

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:44 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"And it can be very difficult. You know like my husband That that's why you know. Like i have dogs and that's why i wanna to talk to other people too. That's why it's one of the reasons why we're doing. This is because we got a you know we gotta work together When we gotta start comparing notes case we gotta star compare notes because it's not working out for anybody And we gotta figure out. We are comparing notes and saying you know what we can keep. What are the good ideas. What are the ideas that we should keep in one of the ideas that are just bad ideas that we need to get rid of on and what we value You know because. I don't think is specifically in this country in the united states i don't value What the most of society has decided has value I don't value things in the same way that other people value things. I don't have the same values as a lot of what this country supposedly stands for. I don't i just don't there are a lot of things in this country that i just don't value That we as a country have decided that we value But that's you know that's neither here nor there that's just me But yeah i guess. I just wanted i wanted to just kind of give you guys a little bit of an inside and an explanation as to why i think it was really difficult for me to recount. What happened to marvin scott. And i can't even i. Oh my goodness the family. Oh i somehow You know like the my thoughts and prayers or you know I'm sorry dawson. Feel like it really cuts cuts it. You know like it just doesn't feel like that is adequate Appreciable you know it just is th. That doesn't quite some up You know any of the. And i can't but that to me because i can't think of anything to say to the family To me that tells me that it's okay to not say anything. It's okay to just be there and just didn't sit in it with them.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

05:54 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Anything And when i sort of get to that place. Like i was when i talked when i told the story about marvin scott It feels very. Because i can. Because like i said it's i like begin to visualize it and began to put myself in those positions and You know kind of watch overhead like a ghost as a third party who can't do anything on that feels very out of control for me And that feels very Helpless makes me feel very helpless And very uncontrolled because there's nothing. There's literally nothing i can do. All i can do in those moments is sit there and watch While i visualize it and it's really hard for me to come out of it Because it's almost like once. I'm there like once. Once that sort of honoring one's. I've crossed that bridge into Like the visualization of what. I'm talking about It can get to the point where there's i have. I feel very very hopeless and helpless hopeless and helpless An out of control and that feels very out of control. Because all i wanna do is help on and i just want it to stop. I just want to make the pain stop And i don't know how. I don't know how to make that pain stop That was one of the reasons why. I used drugs when i was younger Those one of the reasons why drugs was really appealing to me because it It allowed me to make that paint. Stop temporarily. It was a temporary fix for a temporary solution to a long term problem. Kind of thing And it eventually. It stopped working to because it does. It always will And then you're just left with the pain and the anguish and the terror and the drama and the the overwhelming sadness of it when the hopelessness and the helplessness of it. Of just make it. Stop juice jesus stop just make stop. Make go away you know And you know what. I don't really i'm not gonna Shame myself for that. Because i do like that part of me. I like that part of me that can go to those places.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

04:27 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"It. should it be. i think we really need to reevaluate one. Why we put people in jail. What are those reasons. 'cause i don't think all of them are good reasons. I don't think. I think some of them are good reasons for people to be in jail that i there are things that i agreed with and having less than two grams of weed is one of those reasons now then about thoughts. Okay so this part is going to sound different from the beginning Because i had to take a minute I needed some time. I needed to step away. it it. Hit me really hard. Hit me a lot harder Marvin scott's story hit me a lot harder than I guess. I really like anticipated and So yeah it did. I think i mean that's not to say it didn't hit me hard when i you know very i like read about the story or heard about the story from brett or any of those things Because it did I think though that like when i very first heard about it It was really like anxious excited. Because i was really excited to talk about urge to talk with brett abou the story That hits so close to home for me And i was really excited and at in it. Still hit hard In the like brief overview. That i did in the episode. That's going to follow this one It didn't hit me that hard. I think that it hit me. That hard. Because i was alone is my solo episode More i talk about like my personal relationship with it With the subject and i think because I was alone when i recorded that. First part It just really hit me hard 'cause it was really like the first time where i was alone saying out loud And kind of sort of talking into the void and working through it And so like what happened for me. Was it just. Because i was alone and i was talking about it I began to start to like visualize like in my mind. Visualize what happened And i could see it Like play out and There was a lot of fear very scared. Very scary Because what happens when i get into like that When it gets to that point. When i'm alone and i'm talking about something like that Like the death of martin scott You know i. I begin to visualize it and It's almost like i can watch. Watch it play out in my mind. i can see it happening can see what's going on But it i would. I would make it a kim almost like an out of body experience to certain extent. Because it's like you're it's like i'm a ghost like i can see it. I can watch it happen. But i can't like interfere. I can't do anything. I just have to watch which is torturous in and of itself But that's just kind of how it happens sometimes And for for those of you that know the longtime listeners and for those of you that no no me You know me well enough to know that i like control. I'm a control freak. I like to be able to feel like i'm in control of some thing.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:50 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Have and everybody knows that. Okay everybody in calling county and even like everybody in this area In the dallas metro area knows that. Like that's collin county. Don't go there. Follow the money kind of thing but so so they arrest him and they put him you know they take him to jail Where they're allowed to hold you in booking for seventy two hours while he was being booked They because again he was acting strange. they put him in a restraint chair and Then because he was enough fucking restraint chair. It is human nature. It's human nature when you are tied down to something when you are attached to something when something is attached to you. It's human nature to get it off to want to get it off. So i'm sure there was like struggling. Plus you have to take into account that there was most likely he was in a very severe high stress situation and for a schizophrenic. That's not good okay. That's not good at all. See he's in a heightened state of stress. He doesn't know what's really happening. I would venture to guess. He doesn't really even understand what he did wrong. Or why he's here The more like why. He's here in the jail kind of thing he might have. I don't i don't know. But i can only i mean i if i'm just trying to imagine what that must felt like an i would be i. Was you know that kind of thing And i remember thinking like jails not for people like me like jails for you. Know like murderers Like people who commit really really really horrible crimes against humanity. Not you know not me having a panic attack and then getting taken to jail. Because i had a panic attack and my husband thought they were taken to the hospital kind of thing like that's sort of that's what happened With me but that's a story for another day. The full story is for another episode. So it will happen that you will get the full story But.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

03:39 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"What is up guys. You're listening to the manic pixie weirdo. I'm abigail your host. Nisus the podcast where we talk about all the different kinds of relationships that we have in our lives. So this week we are talking about the The death of marvin scott And i'll get into that in just a minute but And then next week we have bret from the tomboys podcast On to talk about the his relationship with the death of marvin scott and then how it relates to the bigger like broader theme of the biella mute movement. So we have that coming up. It was really fun to talk to him. I had such an amazing time. He was so easy to talk heart. You is so much fun We talked about a lot of really cool. Things i thought and i thought we I thought we had a really good conversation. Really excited And we definitely have to have him back And everybody else is on the bottom podcasts to you because i love that podcast that progresses so fun Better it's kind of like what's coming up right okay. So marvin scott. This the reason that i brett on was because he i heard about this case the marlins got case on his podcast. I was listening to his podcast and he mentioned collin county And that's the county that i used to live in And it first of all. It's he mentioned calling. He mentioned. marvin scott died and then he mentioned that It was in collin county. And i had to lake rewind the podcast like a couple times just to make sure i heard it right. 'cause i couldn't believe it i was like oh my gosh By yeah i used to live in calling county. We just recently moved So we're not in collin county anymore but as of the time that this is being released we don't live in hong kong anymore but so it just it literally hit home for me because it was in a county that i lived in is also a county that i was arrested in And so an all all all tell all a little bit more about that In his like. But so that's where i heard about the marlins case and then because i may i went and did like a deep dive. My wanted to know everything. I could find out about this case and it was very recent very very recent. He died in march In police custody and this is a pretty. It's it's gonna get kind of difficult throughout this podcast to talk about it. So i'm i just wanna make sure everybody's aware like up to this point and it hasn't been that bad but It's about to start getting ruled. Dr guys'll so you know like trigger morning not kind of thing everybody just be aware So what happened. I'm going to tell you about what happened. I so what happened. Ways from everything that i have found online Through various since unsung like articles and things. Um what happened was marvin scott I believe he was twenty five. Hold on need to make sure that that that number is correct. Marvin scott the third. Excuse me his third. He was twenty six. Excuse keeps me twenty six years old so he was twenty six years old..

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"marvin scott" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Offices of nickname If the calls for justice in the death of Marvin's got the third inside the column. County jail are getting louder following a ruling from the county medical Examiner Marvin Scott, the third's manner of death, ruled a homicide caused by fatal acute stress and a schizophrenic brought on by police restraint. Family attorney Lee Merritt says video of the incident makes it clear Scott was suffering a mental health episode instead of Helping Marvin to a facility that would be able to treat him He was brutalized. He was made. Several officers kneeled on top of the family now calling for the arrest of all officers involved and the public release of the video. Quite Nevil, WB AP News The search will resume this morning for an Irving mother who vanished earlier this week. 38 year old list on Massey was last seen walking their Lake Lago declare in lava Lida Tuesday morning. Texas parks and Wildlife crews use sonar to check the lake for Massey, the current Mrs Dallas and Mr Texas America pageant contestant was wearing a black hoodie and checkered pajama pants. Irving Police are checking surveillance footage in the area and are asking anyone with information. To come forward and the FBI raided the home of Rudy Giuliani Wednesday morning, investigators seized several electronic items from the former attorney of former president Trump correspondent Trace. Gallagher warrant is reportedly based on allegations that Giuliani broke the law by apparently lobbying the Trump administration on behalf of Ukraine. Remember, Giuliani was a big part of pushing President Trump to get Ukraine to investigate then candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter for their involvement in the energy giant Marie Smith. Three investigation started within the Trump Administration's Department of Justice. Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI director reportedly didn't sign off on the search warrant but were given a heads up. It was being executed. From the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say you're next up data set 7 24 7 coverage at WB ap dot com.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"P. Weather Center. We do have some strong thunderstorms underway north of Mineral wells around runaway bay in western Wise County, moving on up toward Albert into Monterey County one almost on top of Nocona Morris toward Gainesville's well, these storms are moving right to the Northeast. They've been developing off to our west well to our west of moving to the Northeast. And they're just cutting off a little bit of wise county, not even into Denton County. At this point, however, the storm south of Runaway Bay is kind of a right, Turner and it may get into two and see storms by the way into Denton County. These storms have been producing some small hail. They have 30 40,000 ft tops, especially backdoor. Dabbling. Abilene is under a flash flood warning right now how Uncommon Is that so? This is what we're looking at today. Strong storms moving in from the West and Southwest with a tornado watch or severe thunderstorm watch pretty much a foregone conclusion Later today High 85 wins South 15, 25 and dusty pay attention to the weather tonight as well with a lot of 67. Then we'll probably be dry most of Thursday and Friday with No more than routine rain chances this weekend. Right now. W B A P 75 degrees News brought to you by were them Brothers Inc. One of the column. County jail employees who was fired after the in custody. Death of Marvin's got the third is back on the job. Earlier this month, Collin County Sheriff Jim Skinner fired seven detention officers involved in the death of Marvin Scott, the third who died hours after being booked into the Collin County jail. And ate. The officer later resigned. Authorities say Scott was restrained after he started showing strange behavior and internal investigation showed the officers violated department policy. But six of the officers appealed their terminations do the civil service process? One of them now has their job back, and sheriff Skinner says he disagrees with that decision. He is considering his options. Moving forward Clayton Nevil, WB AP News Combined administration is answering questions.

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7 Texas Officers Fired After Marvin Scott's Death in Jail, NE of Dallas

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

7 Texas Officers Fired After Marvin Scott's Death in Jail, NE of Dallas

"Demanding answers in the death of a young man in jail on a marijuana charge after a suspected illegal chokehold taken to a hospital after police say was erratic behavior cleared for transfer to jail in McKinney, Texas, 26 year old Marvin Scott Mason Spit up cost association Lee Merritt, the Scott family attorney, similar to George Floor, There was another officer who find on top Mr Scott the place to me in order to hold him down. Scott died, seven officers were fired. Another resigned. Scott's family

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7 Texas Officers Fired Following Death of Black Jail Inmate

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 10 months ago

7 Texas Officers Fired Following Death of Black Jail Inmate

"Officers violated policy in the procedures leading up to the death of Marvin Scott, the third No Cause of death released yet a train smashed into a construction truck in Taiwan, killing 48 people. This is AP

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Dallas area GOP congressional candidate disparages Chinese immigrants

The Dallas Morning News

00:21 sec | 10 months ago

Dallas area GOP congressional candidate disparages Chinese immigrants

"A republican candidates seeking to replace the late ron right in congress unleashed a blistering attack against china and potential chinese emigrants. I don't want them here at all. Former donald trump administration officials. Siri kim said during a republican congressional candidate forum in arlington. Kim's remarks come as hate crimes against asian-americans are on the

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Dallas Lawyer Lee Merritt Says He'll Run for Texas Attorney General

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Dallas Lawyer Lee Merritt Says He'll Run for Texas Attorney General

"Attorney says he plans to run against incumbent Ken Paxton were Texas attorney general. Lawyer and civil rights activists. We Merrick mentioned challenging the two term Republican incumbent in a social media post on Saturday. Married represented the families have Chiana Jefferson and both and John were both killed by police. Right now. He's representing the family of Marvin Scott, who recently died in custody at the Collin County Jail.

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"marvin scott" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

Cryptic Chronicles

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"marvin scott" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles

"We'RE GONNA start out with the AMITYVILLE cates. I'm pretty sure that most people have heard of this case because it's been made into a bunch of bestselling books movies and all around has a pretty firm spot in pop. Culture skeptics have bent over backwards trying to discredit this case. But despite all their efforts majority of the phenomenon that happened there remains unexplained. Amityville is located on the south shore of Long Island USA. It's decently close to New York City only about an hour away give or take but are enough to be a quiet community. The history of the area goes back pretty far and has even been home to some pretty famous historical figures it even goes back further than America itself to original settlers the MONTOC it and shinnecock native Americans. The natives believed the area to be similar to in modern times might be described as Ley lines like Powerful spiritual vortex or something a place where the place where the veil between the material world and spiritual planes was very thin spiritual entities. Crossover much more freely there than other places on earth. So the native Americans held the entire area of Amityville in reverence. It was all sacred land and it had other purposes to the enemies of the tribe or those big considered possess store even influenced by evil. Spirits were actually executed. They're usually by exposure meaning. They were left with nothing to die from the elements wild beasts starvation dehydration or whatever. The land has been saturated in human suffering and deaths since the beginning of its settlements and when these executed victim's bodies were found they would be cursed by having their faces buried downward to always look into the abyss their spirits would never be free from it was a ritual of execution that became a spiritual prison of sort the native Americans any souls who were executed and buried in this fashion never ever left the land and there are many legends. These cursed spirits doing nightmarish things to those native Americans who made the mistake of wandering through these for sekine woods. The malevolent entities were very well known for want to share their suffering with living and then came the European settlers dishing out a whole new reign of terror taking the land from the natives and building their own settlements but like usual. They didn't really understand what they were getting into. Not Listening to the superstition of natives and building whatever they want a down any of their sacred land. However there's no shortage of dark legends concerning Amityville during the famous Salem witch trials from the eighteen hundreds a supposed magician named John. Catch him came to the area as the legend goes. He fled from Salem because he was accused of witchcraft. And obviously did not WanNa get burned at the stake or crushed to death or hung. He came to Amityville to conduct his occult practices without any intrusions and he was very excited at the energetic Uil spiritual phenomenon that was going on Amityville it was beyond anything. He could've formerly comprehended allegedly. He even made his home on the exact spot or at least near the spot that the House of the Warren's later investigated would one day be built and the magician lived there for the rest of his life. Practising the occult the whole time all the way until his death and supposedly his body is actually buried like somewhere near the property or even underneath it but then again that it is a legend. So that's even ever really existed at all but without getting too in-depth into the history of the house there was definitely pretty anomalous occurrences long before the war ends were ever called to investigate for paranormal activity on November thirteenth. Nineteen seventy four. The mansion was the crime scene of a mass murder in the middle of the night. Twenty three year old Ronald to feel roam the home and one by one stock. His own family killing them with a rifle. The family was already troubled and had issues but it only seemed to get worse after they moved into the home hence the claims that the dark forces around the property influenced the young man to kill his own family. But many did just chock it up to Ronald being psychotic and suffering from severe mental illness. That wasn't being treated. However despite those claims there definitely is an unexplainable aspect to the murders. Every single. One of the victims were found in their bed as if they'd been sleeping. How is it possible that a single person acting alone could kill his six family members in the middle of the night with no one hearing the gunshots or running or doing anything to defend themselves? Rifles ARE PRETTY LOUD. Just one shots woken up everybody in the House and had people scrambling and nobody did anything and remained in their beds. There was no evidence of the family members being drug or being dragged or any struggle. Or ANYTHING IF we're being objective it really looks like they just laid there and allowed themselves to be murdered just a one year later. After these horrific events the Lutz family moved into the home the same people that the movie the amityville horror focuses on and at first they were really excited because they got the house an extremely low price and it was pretty classy at least on the outside. I put the budget sale on the AMITYVILLE. Home was obviously because of the murderers but the people selling the house never told the let's family at all about any of that being religious called in a Catholic priests blessed the House as they were in the process of moving in. I'm not really sure I'm not really sure how accurate this is. But it's a cool part of the story in pretty creepy because as the Catholic priests made his way up to the room the former murderer who killed his family just to your prior allegedly disembodied voice yelled out at the priest get out which obviously freaked him out pretty bad and he left as quickly as possible but before leaving. He told the family not to use that room as a bedroom. Very very sternly in kind of bizarrely. But he didn't say anything about the disembodied voice or the evil presence that he felt. It was in long before weird stuff started happening the Lutz family claim that feels strange sensations and phenomena from the very first night they stayed in the home something or some things began influencing the minds of the. Let's family because very out of character. They started acting aggressive towards one. Another and arguing when they normally wouldn't and instead of interacting with kids in the neighborhood like any normal child their daughter started hanging out exclusively with the new imaginary friend not only that but mysterious odors began emanating from nowhere in the house randomly and hundreds of flies swarmed the rim the priesthood the voice. I depend a time of year. That visor normally dormant George Lutz would have horrifying hallucinations of while laying in bed. His wife turning into an old hag and on one particular night he even saw her just levitating above the bed. But despite all the creepy stuff most horrifying aspect was the manipulation of their minds and altering of the way that they perceived reality their whole personalities. Just started to change with George Lutz. Probably having the worst of it becoming more violent angry and just a darker person but over the short time that they did live there. There was a plethora of unexplained high strangeness. Going down to the Amityville House with things eventually. Getting so crazy that the let's family just had to pack up and leave and that is the only after a mere twenty eight days of staying there and and around this time this is when Ed and Lorraine Warren got called to check the house out. They were contacted by Marvin Scott a reporter who had actually worked with the Warren's before investigating other anomalous activity enduring the Warren's investigation the let's family refused well can't think of the right word. They fanatically refused to ever stepped foot in the house again. No matter what was offered asked or anything but the Warren's in Marvin Scott were not alone. There's a whole group of people that came to investigate the House the Warren's were among them but they were not the only ones. The investigators included parapsychologists other. Paranormal investigators and a crapload of reporters right after entering the Lutts home. The Warren's almost immediately knew that something strange going on at was drawn to the basement. And when he went down there he started spouting religious stuff which antagonized an entity that threw him to the ground. That basically all the sensitives were affected in some way lorraine was a gifted psychic and she was quickly overwhelmed by the demonic energy that flowed throughout the Anglo home and the the entire area I guess. According to legend she was constantly haunted by psychic impressions of violence suffering pain sadness and especially the murders that happened to your prior. She would see the corpses of the victims and the murderer himself. Ronald walking throughout the home and was actually even physically assaulted though. Not nearly as bad as ED. The crew event saw the spirit of a boy to which they alleged caught a picture. And I duNNo. It's seems the bankable but you can check it out with a quick Google search. It's pretty famous. It's the image of a little boy in a doorway but after the initial investigations at Lorain. Warren's studied history of the land the home and things started to make a little bit more sense to them they learned all about the native Americans and their belief that it was a spiritual hotspot between worlds and about all the ritual executions and burials swells all like the dark Colt stuff. That went down there. They even found some plausible evidence that backed up the legend of John. Ketcham living there. The man who was kicked out of Massachusetts during the Salem witch trials for practicing witchcraft. So by then at all pretty much made sense to the war and Zelda Serious Strangeness That was going on in the area. Thirteen did their best to cleanse the land and try limit the evil demonic presences and whatnot but they didn't really think it did much good. The land was just to saturated an evil soon after the Lutz family. Just sold the home to the bank and it was backup market.

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