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"mary urban" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:27 min | 5 months ago

"mary urban" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Which had taken the girls but she denied any knowledge of their disappearance still was noted that one of the men had been seen several times of mary's home. The neighbors were suspicious but he told everyone that he was going there to try. And discover the truth and hopefully trick. Mary into telling him where she was hiding the children. They could find no proof that mary had taken their young ones then came the night when the daughter of the sawmill owner rose from her bed and walked outside following an enchanted sound. No one else could hear the mill. Owner's wife had a toothache and was sitting up in the kitchen treating her tooth with an herbal remedy. What her daughter left the house. She yelled for her husband. Followed the girl out of the house. Her husband came running in his bed clothes and tried to restrain the girl but she kept breaking away in heading out of town. The desperate cries father and mother woke villagers. They came to help. The frantic couple suddenly a former yelled out and pointed to a strange glowing light at the edge of the woods. A few townsman followed him out into the field of saw mary standing beside a large tree holding a magic wand that was pointed towards the mill. Owner's house she was glowing with an unearthly light as she set her evil spell. Upon the miller's daughter the townsman grab their guns and their pitchforks chased after the witch when. Mary heard the noise saw the group. She broke off her spell and fled back into the woods when the villagers reached the cabin took mary into custody. She screamed putting a curse on all of the women in the village. Discursive is said to be the curse of the chanter a curse that causes young women to take part in the ritual summoning bloody. Mary as time went on during her trials. The folks noticed that she was with child. Said she would not tell anyone who the father of the child was. She was put on another trial adultery. If mary was found guilty of this trial she would be sentenced to terrible. Fate says the father. The child was not discovered in. Mary proclaimed the child was an immaculate conception. Local minister declared the child to be satan and ordered to be murdered immediately. Onto livery and. Mary would be slashed in the face with sharp glass by everyone every woman for the crimes of kidnapping their children from that day to this when a girl reaches her teenage years and starts spending more time looking in the mirror brushing her hair putting on lipstick or makeup. Mary carries out the original curse on young woman. The curse of the chantiers. Anyone foolish enough to chant bloody. Marys named ten times before dark mirror will summon the vengeful spirit of the witch of bloody mary. But was there a real bloody mary at the boston. Latin school in boston massachusetts. The very first school opened in the new world people have always claimed that bloody mary can be seen in the bathroom mirror for the school. She was always described as standing looking out of the mirror with a bloody dress on..

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"mary urban" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"mary urban" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss. Miss and mysteries signed their host kid chrome today the urban legend of mary bloods worth and this concerns. The urban legend bloody mary stunning in the bathroom chanting looking in the mirror. I've done a story on this before the brought it up to the twenty first century but this is a little more background and history with an interesting and most people have heard of the legend about bloody mary. A woman that was murdered in the seventeen hundreds for giving birth to a baby that was fatherless. The story of bloody. Mary begins with the village condemning her baby to death while mary watched in horror and then each person the village slash mary's face while she was forced to watch yourself being caught up in a mirror there are several different rituals of bringing mary back but the most popular standing in front of a mirror with three candles lit and chanting the phrase bloody mary. I have killed your baby so come back. This must be chatted ten times and on the tenth time bloody. Mary is summoned but only comes to the chanter chantiers mirror but she said to be a vicious vengeful ghost which urban legend says we'll either violently flasher face drive the person insane that summoned her or scratch. That person's is out. Pull you into the mirror to live with her. I rest of your life or by chance you managed to escape perdue. She will haunt you every time you are of a mirror. Wow the ritual was most popular in the nineteen seventies during girls. Pajama parties of men are known to have tried the ritual. Also in one story girl tried the ritual and set at the end. I don't believe in mary and she fell and broke her hip right after. Is this coincidence. Maybe give it a go yourself. If you're truly brave enough to face. Bloody mary the most important part beside the candles and the chanting is the mirror. Most use bathroom there because generally they are l- arm or large enough to make the ritual work other dark rooms have large mirrors and they will work to why mirror. Well it's rumored that as thirty more villagers individually slashing. Mary's face when she died her spirit was trapped inside the realm of a mirror after several of the villagers have mysteriously died by viciously b.'s. Slashed in the face or came up missing. It was the man that originally impregnated mary that realized. Mary was trapped inside the mirror. He managed to get the mirror and buried it in marriage. Grave next to her baby's grave as time went by the mirror eventually was destroyed us leaving the vengeful spirit of bloody mary forever trapped in mirror image. Mary bloods worth live. Deep in the forest in a tiny cottage and sold herbal remedies for living villagers living in town nearby called her mary worthington and said she was a witch. She was a very beautiful woman. Most of the men in the nearby village were enchanted by her. All the women in the village were jealous of mary. Many taunted her saying she was ugly and would never marry never had any children then. Young girls in the village began to disappear one by one. No one could find out what happened to them or where they'd gone. Grief-stricken searched the woods the local stores and all the houses and barns but there was no sign of the missing girls. A few brave souls even want to marries home in the woods to see if the which had taken the girls but she denied any knowledge of their disappearance still was noted that one of the men had been seen several times of mary's home. The neighbors were suspicious but he told everyone that he was going there to try. And discover the truth and hopefully trick. Mary into telling him where she was hiding the children. They could find no proof that mary had taken their young ones then came the night when the daughter of the sawmill owner rose from her bed and walked outside following an enchanted sound. No one else could hear the mill. Owner's wife had a toothache and was sitting up in the kitchen treating her tooth with an herbal remedy. What her daughter left the house. She yelled for her husband. Followed the girl out of the house. Her husband came running in his bed clothes and tried to restrain the girl but she kept breaking away in heading out of town. The desperate cries father and mother woke villagers. They came to help. The frantic couple suddenly a former yelled out and pointed to a strange glowing light at the edge of the woods. A few townsman followed him out into the field of saw mary standing beside a large tree holding a magic wand that was pointed towards the mill. Owner's house she was glowing with an unearthly light as she set her evil spell. Upon the miller's daughter the townsman grab

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Marys Urban Legend

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:04 min | 5 months ago

Marys Urban Legend

"Welcome to kiss. Miss and mysteries signed their host kid chrome today the urban legend of mary bloods worth and this concerns. The urban legend bloody mary stunning in the bathroom chanting looking in the mirror. I've done a story on this before the brought it up to the twenty first century but this is a little more background and history with an interesting and most people have heard of the legend about bloody mary. A woman that was murdered in the seventeen hundreds for giving birth to a baby that was fatherless. The story of bloody. Mary begins with the village condemning her baby to death while mary watched in horror and then each person the village slash mary's face while she was forced to watch yourself being caught up in a mirror there are several different rituals of bringing mary back but the most popular standing in front of a mirror with three candles lit and chanting the phrase bloody mary. I have killed your baby so come back. This must be chatted ten times and on the tenth time bloody. Mary is summoned but only comes to the chanter chantiers mirror but she said to be a vicious vengeful ghost which urban legend says we'll either violently flasher face drive the person insane that summoned her or scratch. That person's is out. Pull you into the mirror to live with her. I rest of your life or by chance you managed to escape perdue. She will haunt you every time you are of a mirror. Wow the ritual was most popular in the nineteen seventies during girls. Pajama parties of men are known to have tried the ritual. Also in one story girl tried the ritual and set at the end. I don't believe in mary and she fell and broke her hip right after. Is this coincidence. Maybe give it a go yourself. If you're truly brave enough to face. Bloody mary the most important part beside the candles and the chanting is the mirror. Most use bathroom there because generally they are l- arm or large enough to make the ritual work other dark rooms have large mirrors and they will work to why mirror. Well it's rumored that as thirty more villagers individually slashing. Mary's face when she died her spirit was trapped inside the realm of a mirror after several of the villagers have mysteriously died by viciously b.'s. Slashed in the face or came up missing. It was the man that originally impregnated mary that realized. Mary was trapped inside the mirror. He managed to get the mirror and buried it in marriage. Grave next to her baby's grave as time went by the mirror eventually was destroyed us leaving the vengeful spirit of bloody mary forever trapped in mirror image. Mary bloods worth live. Deep in the forest in a tiny cottage and sold herbal remedies for living villagers living in town nearby called her mary worthington and said she was a witch. She was a very beautiful woman. Most of the men in the nearby village were enchanted by her. All the women in the village were jealous of mary. Many taunted her saying she was ugly and would never marry never had any children then. Young girls in the village began to disappear one by one. No one could find out what happened to them or where they'd gone. Grief-stricken searched the woods the local stores and all the houses and barns but there was no sign of the missing girls. A few brave souls even want to marries home in the woods to see if the which had taken the girls but she denied any knowledge of their disappearance still was noted that one of the men had been seen several times of mary's home. The neighbors were suspicious but he told everyone that he was going there to try. And discover the truth and hopefully trick. Mary into telling him where she was hiding the children. They could find no proof that mary had taken their young ones then came the night when the daughter of the sawmill owner rose from her bed and walked outside following an enchanted sound. No one else could hear the mill. Owner's wife had a toothache and was sitting up in the kitchen treating her tooth with an herbal remedy. What her daughter left the house. She yelled for her husband. Followed the girl out of the house. Her husband came running in his bed clothes and tried to restrain the girl but she kept breaking away in heading out of town. The desperate cries father and mother woke villagers. They came to help. The frantic couple suddenly a former yelled out and pointed to a strange glowing light at the edge of the woods. A few townsman followed him out into the field of saw mary standing beside a large tree holding a magic wand that was pointed towards the mill. Owner's house she was glowing with an unearthly light as she set her evil spell. Upon the miller's daughter the townsman grab

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"mary urban" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:41 min | 5 months ago

"mary urban" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss. Miss and mysteries signed their host kid chrome today the urban legend of mary bloods worth and this concerns. The urban legend bloody mary stunning in the bathroom chanting looking in the mirror. I've done a story on this before the brought it up to the twenty first century but this is a little more background and history with an interesting and most people have heard of the legend about bloody mary. A woman that was murdered in the seventeen hundreds for giving birth to a baby that was fatherless. The story of bloody. Mary begins with the village condemning her baby to death while mary watched in horror and then each person the village slash mary's face while she was forced to watch yourself being caught up in a mirror there are several different rituals of bringing mary back but the most popular standing in front of a mirror with three candles lit and chanting the phrase bloody mary. I have killed your baby so come back. This must be chatted ten times and on the tenth time bloody. Mary is summoned but only comes to the chanter chantiers mirror but she said to be a vicious vengeful ghost which urban legend says we'll either violently flasher face drive the person insane that summoned her or scratch. That person's is out. Pull you into the mirror to live with her. I rest of your life or by chance you managed to escape perdue. She will haunt you every time you are of a mirror. Wow the ritual was most popular in the nineteen seventies during girls. Pajama parties of men are known to have tried the ritual. Also in one story girl tried the ritual and set at the end. I don't believe in mary and she fell and broke her hip right after. Is this coincidence. Maybe give it a go yourself. If you're truly brave enough to face. Bloody mary the most important part beside the candles and the chanting is the mirror. Most use bathroom there because generally they are l- arm or large enough to make the ritual work other dark rooms have large mirrors and they will work to why mirror. Well it's rumored that as thirty more villagers individually slashing. Mary's face when she died her spirit was trapped inside the realm of a mirror after several of the villagers have mysteriously died by viciously b.'s. Slashed in the face or came up missing. It was the man that originally impregnated mary that realized. Mary was trapped inside the mirror. He managed to get the mirror and buried it in marriage. Grave next to her baby's grave as time went by the mirror eventually was destroyed us leaving the vengeful spirit of bloody mary forever trapped in mirror image. Mary bloods worth live. Deep in the forest in a tiny cottage and sold herbal remedies for living villagers living in town nearby called her mary worthington and said she was a witch. She was a very beautiful woman. Most of the men in the nearby village were enchanted by her. All the women in the village were jealous of mary. Many taunted her saying she was ugly and would never marry never had any children then. Young girls in the village began to disappear one by one. No one could find out what happened to them or where they'd gone. Grief-stricken searched the woods the local stores and all the houses and barns but there was no sign of the missing girls. A few brave souls even want to marries home in the woods to see if the.

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"mary urban" Discussed on Tales of American History

Tales of American History

15:41 min | 1 year ago

"mary urban" Discussed on Tales of American History

"Amy Welcome. Thank you is wonderful. Having you great to be here great having you before we get into all the the the stuff we want to talk about you were. You're a native of Rockville Maryland. That's cracked and went to Duke University. uh-huh got a your bachelor's in history and then I understand you work for congressman and I did. Yeah I saw what possessed you know. So I I grew up in Maryland. I grew up in a suburb Washington. DC and when you grow up right by the nation's capital you get kinda fired up about politics. And so I thought I had a political future and so so I did some internships. I went and worked in Washington and then it didn't take long to realize it wasn't for me. I got a little disillusioned. I had a great boss but I and it just was not not for me. I wanted to think for myself instead of working for a member of Congress and always thinking for them to sing that before this. Yes you really wanted to think for myself rather than from my boss. I mean that's what it was when you work for these members of Congress. Yes you're always having to to what he want to do what should he do you know. And and I had studied obviously studied history and I found myself Just dying to get back into the archives. Do some work for myself. I'll tell you what I know the feeling for forty six years I practice this law and I got a degree in history from my undergraduate school in all those professors all told me they wanted me to go to graduate school and all this stuff and I wanted to be a lawyer you know and I enjoyed practicing law as much as anyone can enjoy practicing law but I can i. Can I have great empathy here. Because all through my law practice I dabble in history and write a book sure and then ultimately got into making films but it was all during that career and it was like this thing is constantly drawing me yet air uh-huh and I know that feeling yes. History work is great fun and it's fun and it's still mysterious and there's so much to learn the no right that's what pulled me back and come across something that no one's touched before and it's it's a dream it is magical been really. Well you've You've written some wonderful wonderful stuff and this embattled freedom is the creme dela cram around. I mean that's very kind of you. And you've gotten terrific reviews and of course the awards you've gotten are all so deserving and not no one's ever approach that subject and here's a case where you found this information and what ten years took you it does find this What I'd like to do today is Talk a little bit about the situation. Shen of slaves on the eve of the Civil War I think the Eighteen sixty cents says we had like four million in your class and the slave owning states which is a staggering number which of course even when one considers considers. Well you know. Why don't they freed them how you know what I mean? It's just how do you do that. And that's the question they asked asked. It is absolutely and and no one could come up with an answer for it and in so many ways you know reading reading that you have a sensitive you do have a heavy heart so to speak for the people who are trapped tin that right both white and black because there's just no answer to it but in terms of of the war and there's no question about it being the underpinning of what became the bloodiest conflict this nation's ever fought you reference one episode. That is a great place to start on this. And that's when you got three free. Slaves Frank Bakers at one of Upper James Townsend who have been sent into confederate service as I've written and we both published a Chapel Hill and in my retreat eight book. I came across a lot of instances where slaves were Taken off farms in the south by the quartermasters and the slave owner was but the slave worked. And these appear to be those kind of these. Three And they were working on gun emplacements and so forth for the one hundred Fifteenth Virginia. Melissa Virginia had a lot of militia units on the eve of the war and they go across to Fort Monroe they escape and go across the Fort Monroe. And there's General Benjamin Butler as the loop New Orleans would call later on beast uh-huh from Massachusetts colorful. He's an incredibly colorful figure. Heavy rotund a UH nasty looking but a democrat. Ha You know. And so not anti-slavery no no no which of course everyone to the candidates running in the eighteen sixty election on the democrat. Whatever branch they were were were were were not for their freedom freedom and he was a Democrat and of course Lincoln brings him into the service for obvious political reasons? But here they show up and and Ask for sanctuary and Butler first of all all just kinda tells him to get out get back and then a flag. A truce comes across from an officer by major her Kabul I think his name was Kerry Kerry which is a big name and project C. A. R. Y. and He's he then poses to Butler under what authority you know are you are you. What are your intentions and Butler? Who says to keep him? He sees they want now. He's GonNa keep them which is perfect. This is exactly like Butler would have been and then the the question got to. Well you know doesn't your laws require you to get the send them back and Butler says why does that bother you. Oh you've seceded from the union right. Federal law doesn't apply to you anymore. So so what is ultimately ultimately Butler keeps them and I mean I mean by the end of the war. Fort Monroe is like ten thousand slaves Libyan and around and Robert Tape right and I think it's even more kind of coming and going so totals even greater thank but yeah people and the the the thing that I want to explore floor with you is it. What what what is the status of these slaves that have come across to Butler? In Lincoln's I inaugural this is march eighteen. Sixty one five states have already seceded from the Union South Carolina Mississippi Florida Georgia and Texas. And he says I have no purpose directly or indirectly to interfere with the institution of slavery in the states where it exists. He also has been adamant that the states have no right to secede and he would not recognize. Recognize their secession. So in answer to the confederates questions about about these runaways. state isn't seceded right. So federal law should apply right right right. What do you think about all that so this is a very messy legal situation? I understand I'm talking to an attorney about the law which increase slightly nervous but not anybody's game. So what is their your status in. What's going on? Well the short answer is it's just not clear cut and it depends on who you ask so Butler takes in. It's it's kind of surprising but he takes A different view. Obviously then in what Lincoln was basically saying there. I think his his words words were something like Virginia claims to be a foreign nation and I will take her at her word for word so he is accepting secession. Mr So a little bit different from Lincoln there. Yeah and so. That's what enables him to abandon federal law and the federal law of course worse is not just a provision in the constitution but the eighteen fifty fugitive slave law that has empowered the federal government and federal government agents to to send runaway slaves back to their owners so butlers basically saying no longer applies we can help runaway slaves now But not everybody interpreted things that way for the reasons one of the reasons you say they're And others it just still didn't understand what sort of constitutional authority the federal government could claim You know to harbor runaway slave. This is violating people's property rights. Right and then the other the other thing is as military officer Butler. He has an enemy over there. From which these slaves came and that the enemy regards those slaves as property. Right right. That's the thing butler. He's a union man be anti-slavery but he's he's as union. Yes he is. He's going to go after the enemy not put some stars on their shoulders. I mean that made him so special. I think what's interesting. Is that on. That point. You Know Butler had been in Maryland just week or two before he gets to Fort Monroe and there he was sending slaves back to their owners because those owners he deemed loyal more union. Yeah so it's it's all about union confederate loyalty. That's what makes in in Butler's mind that's why this is clear-cut will frankly his response there is very clear-cut and it's also very understandable if you're not in in rebellion alien then sure they're yours. Yeah if you are in rebellion then particularly for the male slaves. You're using them. I'm in an effort to combat me right and so I regard those as property. Yeah and subject pick to be seized and or if they come into my lines being held it denies you right to the opportunity to build more org battlements generally to to hurt me yes so On those not only the law level but then just the military military level rate of. How do you wage war Different Answer Butler. Starting in a way we can see. In retrospect he started building the case that interfering with slavery is military necessity that serve the interests of the military. And of course we'll see that argument really develop and really get expressed in the emancipation proclamation. Yeah eventually will you know as you know as you right after that eight more. Slaves came in to keep coming and then forty seven and now they're not only men but their women and children children right and the question now goes right now. What is their status right? That that's really interesting. Because when Butler I issues his order and is explaining to Washington what what he's doing you know it's a lot about military necessity right about depriving the confederacy of this labor and adding to the unions. That argument is more easily made for men and so the understanding on the Union side was that this was just going into effect then but then the women and children keep coming and I keep coming and they keep coming and Butler himself starts to get kind of torn up about this and you could see and some of his writing that he really seems to agonize. He doesn't want to send these women and children back and separate these families so he sort realizes he's now into a situation that's a little more complicated than he originally bargained for And they're they're basically what he does. He allows them to stay even though it kind of undermines or contradicts his original reasoning by his original reasoning. They shouldn't be there but he allows them to stay. And then in the midst of all this General Urban McDowell commands the department northeastern Virginia issues. An order to all his commanders that runaway slaves who who come into union lines should be turned away. Yes now you know Irvin McDowell Has Kentucky routes I the Son of Samuel McDowell from Danville and his wife Mary urban who also was a Kentucky. I didn't know that but as soon as you said it. Those names are Kentucky aims absolutely. Wow on Samuel McDowell who is the son of the Great Samuel McDowell who was the chairman of Kentucky's First Constitutional Convention and they all came from rock bridge each county. Virginia and Ephraim McDowell is Samuel's broader. Wow Okay surgeon famous Sir sir her. So here's an and these were people who were slave owners They weren't great slave owners. But they did have sizable farms in in Boyle County.

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"mary urban" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"mary urban" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"Hitler Oh yeah it's a distract from the fact that yeah you so. It's it's archbishop to Merrick Doc. Jed Rats. Well ski well like my mispronunciation is probably at that. To your listed you say in the mirror in the bathroom. The about Skis Zebra Ski. That's it's probably just a normal Polish last name. I I can't pronounce Shaheed delivered a sermon in which LGBTQ I plus people people enemies of the state. Wow Yeah. Because they're under siege so a quote Our land it voice for this person that I haven't thought of all my no. It's isn't it by the red flag which does not mean there is no one wants to control our so's hearts and minds he told in the medieval saint. Mary's basilica one of the most important churches for Polish people know exist. I moved the same spirit. Marxist not read he was quoted as saying by I Privacy Huber so according to him Poland no longer has to worry about Nazis because they've been defeated so sure now he's going to be his own little personal Hitler no no. He's a gay people. I don't think he says Gay People Hitler but like no he's Hitler. Well Ah yeah kind of but I mean it's he's he's Polish so roaming around that. That's what I'm talking about. The the the gays like Hitler spoke of the Jews. I mean that's true. Yeah Yeah I hesitate to call People Hitler now because this is going out on the Internet and that tends to undercut your point somewhat but I think the guy who invented the what was the what was what's the law the If you bring up the Nazis you lose the debate All the guy who came up with that law kind of soften the restrictions recently. No no he said It's Godwin Ray. Godwin Godwin's law is over time. The odds that on conversation on the Internet the odds that someone re rebels Hitler or the Nazis Yeah Approaches one right right out of one. So there was some push-back I go right there. Now by Evidently prominent atheist in Poland Robert the drone. There's an accent sent on the end so I don't know how to announce anything in this story WHO also happens speak gay and recently launched his own political party? I'm trying to counter the religious majority. I Make Oh good job Robert contacted show. If you WANNA hear about I know we have. There's a Polish version of the atheist experience that launched. Maybe they watch watch this if they do send him a message. Be Great the cool to talk about this talking to people but anyway Robert the drone I don't know what his voice sounds like so he gets one for me. We already had such people. Politicians who used similar words need into huge slaughters genocide. This is an incitement to crime to hatred. He told news website. He says it he sees it clearly very butch and you can tell Guy So He's right and it's the it's the point that you're making which you know. Wow Oh I didn't realize I was pressing fair. So yeah yeah he's pricing am and so. Yeah Yeah I mean so. Yeah so the. The Shit Internet the apologists say kind of tries to focus on the ship. The Internet apologists says rather than the responsible. So it's it's kind of tricky. Will that in where we're coming up on time but it's also it's that this is the same place where they burned copies of Harry Potter because it was real they were marked International. Wow Yeah you know. Watch out because there's a rainbow flag a rainbow pestilence. Well Well No. His words were plague. Like although it's possible that he was being in Polish. So this man I. I don't know that that's a Polish word God. I don't know it doesn't sound. You're talking to the bloody Mary expert. Trust me. That's not that doesn't make you flew in Polish. That's not how that's not how any it works wanted to letty. Mary is an American. Urban Legend. Are- Not England in poet. Oh Wow what I think. She's glow well bloody the Queen Mary. Urban Legend is drawing them in the Queen and then and she kills you because you're not Catholic or something which is going to come get you no matter what what if you're Catholic. She was Catholic. That was she killed healthy because she's so Queen Mary. I'm a fuck. I'M GONNA have flipped Catholic and process. She was the yes. He was a Catholic. One and Elizabeth was was Sorry to everyone that fought in those religious wars. If gotten your religion entirely wrong. They're interchangeable to me because So she she was called Mary. I'm thinking you know. But the actual human that existed right the thing the part of this. That's real Because she was the religious okay. England is a country and as part of the United Kingdom And Its history has periods of time where Protestants killed Catholics and Catholics killed. Protestants Most just recently very recently most prominently recently in the nineteen seventies One of those periods of time we had Queen Mary. We had creamery. There was this queen and her. The name was Mary and she killed a bunch of people. At least that's what she's known for. I think it actually wasn't that many. But it was like she was executing people and it was bloody or something so they called her bloody Mary as a as a queen. I'd forgotten that because he distracted me with your boogeyman Lorenzo. Cocoon Mary Mirror. Or whatever a handy enemy your candy. Anyway Mary Cuckoo. I have no idea where the drink is called Bloody Mary but In any case Ah Dennis I think it's about time for you to take us all home. Is it my time. I believe the rice come for us to say well. So what did you think he asked. Okay it wasn't as bad as I thought. She admitted he smiled. It wasn't great. She added with a smirk but it wasn't bad he snorted was at least good enough to do it again in two weeks on the twenty first of August. Don't you mean on the seventeenth. She prodded. I was talking about the listeners. Sure you were.

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"mary urban" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mary urban" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"One way or another. And we'll do so respectfully and give them minority at say and. The articles filed will sign them to a committee. Just like we do with any other substantive resolution, but your state lawmakers are set to adopt a new sexual harassment policy for themselves. Once they meet up again in January Eric Berman. Legislators could already face discipline for unwanted sexual advances. But the new policy says so explicitly and makes clear you can't face retaliation for filing a complaint the house and Senate ethics committees would be in charge of deciding whether there is substantial evidence of misconduct. Eric, Bergman Ninety-three WABC mobile news. And when you think about thanksgiving dinner, you often think about Turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, even pumpkin pie. But what about bacon? Sam would argue the iconic American feast should include bacon America, makes this stay competitive better than every other bacon that you're gonna find anywhere else. Peter, Sherman mixes bacon, drippings butter and sage for the thanksgiving Turkey underneath the skin. So that it's kind of self Basting. He says it's also good in. Booze use it to infuse vodka for bloody Marys urban, and that bourbon infused fat can then be used for baking pickle, juice and other secret ingredient Joanna assaults of Dillard's dot com. Says brining with it turns out an amazing Turkey the me the bird really gets really infused flavor. But also the skin gets really Kristie. She says roasting breasts side down makes for a better bird Lilian. Woo Fox News. And I'm C J Miller on the level on the go and on Twitter, Ninety-three, WIBC and WIBC dot com. It's eight thirty four time for a check of traffic. Here's matenaer. All right. C J light on the interstates right now. Looking at inbound sixty nine coming down from fishers? Yeah, we're pretty much done. Therefore the moment. Still be careful even binder manners for this. Thanksgiving Day holiday, just peace on earth. Goodwill to men, and I think that's Christmas, though, crash on the south side US thirty one south of Thomson road..

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"mary urban" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

10:23 min | 3 years ago

"mary urban" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Say that persons who are able to simply meet the convention's requirement of having a well-founded fear of being persecuted are not rightful news at all. Furthermore, Joan Fitzpatrick another refugee scholar wrote back in nineteen ninety seven, the as a result of those two decisions. The United States is seriously out of compliance with the single most important peremptory norm of refugee of all the prohibition on nonrefoulement. Non-refoulement is the practice of a country who receives a refugee or asylum seeker. It's the practice of not returning that refugee or asylum seeker to country in which that individual might be liable or subjected to persecution. The impact that this has is that there are individuals who may very will face horrible things in their home country. They somehow are able to escape escape out of the clutches of whatever horror, whatever problem, whatever issue that they are facing, come to the United States, meet the conventions definition of refugee, meet that well-founded fear of being persecuted standard, but not actually be granted the rights in noon rated in the refugee convention. Not actually be granted the right. It's that they should be given under international law because of these two decisions because of static and because of Cardoza Fonseca. Now because of this, I really hope that that one day either through relation overturning these or through the supreme court, again, addressing refugee wall, which which does not happen very often that they will take another look at this and help ensure that the United States not just bide spy, but is a leader and international refugee of all. Before starting law school. At Vanderbilt, I worked for a nonprofit refugee resettlement agency called world relief. When I worked at world relief, I worked with individuals who suffered all kinds of horrible terrors, individuals who escaped all sorts of horrors and trials, and it breaks my heart that there are individuals who may be facing something, but because they're not able to prove some higher level, some higher definition, some probability of persecutions that of just a well-founded fear that there are rights that they would be printed in some other country, but that they're not rented in the United States. And I really hope that one day our walls will change to ensure that refugee rights rights that refugees deserve, that they are able to obtain those all the time. I think that that is something that's very important. In conclusion, well-founded fear is at the core of the definition of a refugee United States because of SV steady. SP Cardoza Fonseca is not in compliance with international wall and stands by itself among signatories in not providing automatically all persons who meet the definition of refugee with all of the rights that they deserve. But most importantly, as we're talking about these cases of laws and policies and different things, let's not lose sight of the people and the stories behind the policies. that was Josh women chin with his report on well-founded fear in the first of our series on refugee law by students in professor mcandrew's immigration law class at Vanderbilt University law school. So if a refugee appears in a US immigration court with a claim of well-founded fear, will they receive a fair neutral hearing by a court or do judges bring their own bias to the bench in asylum hearings. Now we present our second story the wrong judge at the wrong time by Simunic Recco. Today, I will be discussing the American asylum system and how that's some treats asylum applicants on fairly, I will be interviewing Mary urban, who is an immigration attorney in Dallas. And we will mainly be discussing the fact that asylum grant rates vary widely between judges and analyzing how those differences in grant rates impact asylum-seekers. I haven't immigration log on the November twenty eleven. I have been reading morning on years of Mike rear devoted explicitly to silo cases during that time. I was working with human rights initiative of more Canada's recently returned to immigration. Raptors does Tober. I didn't ask Mary whether she knew about discrepancies between asylum grant rates, especially as pertains to the southern states since that is the area she has most familiar. With there have been studies done on this by various lawful connects and nonprofits documented when they have dumped the silent result and five out of cities followed in style. So the six, that he is arguing years done, Charlotte, Atlanta, jealous where I've Baptist in Las Vegas. So just in case anyone needs to hear that again, six US cities have been labeled asylum free Jones. I actually looked up the twenty seventeen article that Mary was talking about, and it defines asylum free zones of areas where asylum seekers are systematically denied protection, regardless of the dangerous. They're fleeing. So why don't asylum applicants just steer clear of those cities. The problem is that asylum applicants often don't have a choice. Choice of which city to Filan because many end up settling in particular city because it's the first place they arrived to after leaving their countries or they have family there or the simply do not have the means to travel anywhere else. Also, when you come into the country as a refugee, no-one hands you a pamphlet telling you which cities you have the best chances of winning asylum it. A lot of refugees come here because they think America as a whole is a safe haven in the quickly learned the truth. After they get introduced to America's immigration system. Other s Mary about Dowell specifically. I looked up the latest available for mation for Dallas immigration judges, and the grant raves for those judges vary from the highest crab rate for any of the Dallas immigration judges over the last five years of data was thirty percent and the lowest was point, two percent. You might think six point. Two percent is really Lou, but it gets worse. I looked at a website cult truck, which compiles data about immigration judges in their decisions in their table of judges in decisions from twenty twelve to twenty seventeen reveals that there are judges who only grant asylum in one point, two percent of cases the table even had one judge from Louisiana who had zero percent grant rate on the other end of the spectrum or judges grant asylum in ninety six percent of cases, but they are the anomaly Mary went onto. Gus discrepancies between different cities with the US. You sense of the comparisons of, you know, the vast disparity across the country. There's also a study done by Reuters. I believe it was an October twenty seventeen and article started off by comparing two hundred women's cases which had the same. Essentially the same facts. There were some differences, but they were for asylum on the same basis on the same set of accents state we will play and one ended up in Charlotte, North Carolina. The other ended up in San Francisco. Charlotte case lost in the fan Francisco case Clun and it's really no surprise when you get the ticks because the Charlotte court, the immigration judges as a whole, their order removed eighty four percent of individuals that come before them womb. In contrast in San Francisco, only thirty, six percent of accuses end up getting ordered removed radio. It just kind of illustrates avast disparity depending on what jurisdiction. Just the look, the drama where you end up giving these very bleak numbers. I asked Mary if there are times when she is nervous about appliance case simply because it was assigned to a certain judge. Absolutely. As a matter of fact, I know immigration attorneys who refused to take cases that are assigned to particular judges than needless to stave that carefully pack. Acts asylum-seekers because they might not end up with competent representation or any representation at all. But it's from practitioners expected is very discouraging to have a perspective client onto you when they're assigned judges who have six percent grant rate, you know you, you think you, you're, you have no realistic shot even if you give it your all. So it can be very, very discouraging. In my experience, the immigration judges

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