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No. 14 Michigan rips Wisconsin 38-17; Badgers' Mertz injured

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

No. 14 Michigan rips Wisconsin 38-17; Badgers' Mertz injured

"Cornelius Johnson caught both of Kate McNamara's touchdown passes as fourteenth ranked Michigan whipped Wisconsin thirty eight seventeen at Madison the Wolverines scored twenty five straight points after badgers quarterback Graham Mertz and tight end Jake Ferguson suffered chest injuries in the third quarter Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh like their effort to solve all three phases today that's really pleased with that published a tough physical team I thought he played really physical and imagine every bit highly touted freshman quarterback J. J. McCarthy also played and had a one yard TD run plus a fifty six yard touchdown pass to Dylan Baldwin merch was eight of fifteen for one hundred fifteen yards and a TD for Wisconsin I'm Dave Ferrie

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Librals and Progressives at War Over Biden Agenda

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Librals and Progressives at War Over Biden Agenda

"I'm joined now by david. Drucker drucker the magnificent trucker as we always call him the author of a brand new book which will be out soon. And when i get my copy we'll spend a long time talking to drucker about it. But right now david drucker. What are the democrats going to agree to do. And we know it doesn't cost zero dollars. I won't ask you to debunk. They're talking point. where are they. Well i don't know if they know where they are. I mean the problem is they don't have the votes to do what they wanna do. They only have the votes to do something else. And of course as you know. Hugh i mean this is really i think a problem for american both sides of the aisle. Everybody wants to spend money as long as they're not paid. So whenever you can present bill as the other guys paying for it politically. That goes a long way. But but in the meantime democrats have to uh. Somebody's gotta bite the bullet here. They've got a five seat majority in the house they've got a majority in the senate only because they have the tie-breaking vote. It's not actually majority. They don't have the votes to do what they'd like to do. And they're going have to resolve these differences and accept the fact which unsure the more knowledgeable pragmatic members have Internalized but others may not have that you know. Republicans aren't really going to help them much. As and so they have to negotiate among themselves. Mitch mcconnell i played his remark. We're not voting for any of this. We being republicans. And i'm a republican. So i'm completely sympathetic to the leader and mccarthy is not one vote anywhere so they have to decide among who is doing the deciding. Is it just a nancy. Pelosi going back and forth between the liberals and the leftist trying to get to yes and is chuck schumer doing the same. Yeah i mean. I say at this point. It's mostly pelosi. i think. Democrats in the senate or are mostly pragmatic about this. And that's why the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill was able to originate. The senate remember if house. Democrats provide the votes for this It passes inviting the big huge win. how it plays out in terms of how excited voters different story. But you know president Over the past decade or so or at least recently have been trying to pass a lot of infrastructure investment. Spending and biden is on the cusp. Getting it it's up to his party that it's not that it's up to his party but they have democratic day of a democratic majority and they've got a democratic president in so a democratic majority deliver a democratic president a big huge win on this and they got eighteen votes in the senate so republicans did vote for something that they felt was worthwhile And that can

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Pelosi Is Planning a Going Away Party With Your Money

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Pelosi Is Planning a Going Away Party With Your Money

"Big story of this week in washington. Nancy pelosi is trying to spend not only your money and your kids money. Trying to spend your grandchildren's money and your great grandchildren's money three and a half trillion dollars. And she said she intimated she'd settle for two and a half join or two trillion over. We haven't got it. It'd be the most inflationary destructive expansion of the welfare state destroying incentives of work destroying family structures. She's on a rampage because she's questioned a lame duck. She's out of here and she wants a big going away party with your money. She just wants a boy. Didn't she. get something big done. Same thing joe biden. These legacy hunters are destroying our legacy to our kids by eating up. One thing they're doing is raising stepped up basis erasing stepped up basis. So few saved your whole life. You paid off your house. You happen to live in new york or california or florida. Someplace for houses appreciated. You did it the old fashioned way you paid off your student loans you bought about house you paid it off it's appreciated value you've saved money and your 401k. Nancy pelosi wants to take your money and the long relied upon rule. That when you die your house goes to your kids and they can sell it tax. Free that rules go away. It's called stepped up basis. Shame with a small business. They want to rewrite the tax code in the united states in the dark in a committee that you have no idea about run by an old acquaintance of mine jim mcgovern the most liberal effective member of the house. You'll probably be the speaker. I think he'll jump hoyer become the speaker. And that's unless kevin mccarthy wins and we should win. But i'm well. That's the big story of the week

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Republicans Blast Democrats for Pulling Iron Dome Funding

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | Last month

Republicans Blast Democrats for Pulling Iron Dome Funding

"Applaud once leader mccarthy again for taking a stand and doing what not a single other week week. Humiliated democrat did which was to stand up to the filth to the garbage. Anti semitism which is really targeted. Jewish against the jewish state. That was on tuesday. So thank you leader. Mccarthy thank you republicans for saying no place for hate against the jew or israel in in the house of representatives where was chuck schumer. When all that was going on i thought he was a chamara energy style. Gas big mo a guardian of israel. Where was against this. Hey where was jerry. Nee adam schiff schakowsky and all the others who who were calling trump any semite which was garbage i president have orthodox jewish children orthodox jewish grandchildren and such a such a fan of as roma staunch support of israel that he singlehandedly. Move the embassy member from tel aviv. Jerusalem not a single democrat not even the jewish liberal democrats went to jerusalem when they opened the new embassy and moved it to israel's capital. Why because they hated trump more loved or supported or want stand with israel. So thank you. Republicans for standing up against the hate of the democratic

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EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants

"The environmental protection agency is sharply limiting domestic production and use of highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used as refrigerants the new rule aims to decrease production and use of hydro fluorocarbons spite eighty five percent over the next fifteen years part of a global phase out hydro fluorocarbons are considered a major driver of global warming thousands of times more powerful than carbon dioxide the often leaks through pipes or appliances that use compressed refrigerants such as refrigerators and air conditioners White House climate adviser Gina McCarthy says the rule is expected to reduce harmful emissions by the equivalent of four point five billion metric tons of carbon dioxide by twenty fifty a total similar to three years of emissions from the U. S. power sector Ben Thomas Washington

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The Battle for 2024 and the Future of the GOP

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:25 min | Last month

The Battle for 2024 and the Future of the GOP

"Now. I want to talk about in trump shadow because the column today is about books. I reading books. I don't read having to trump. Could my professional obligation requires me to read. George world book andrew sullivan book. Jesse mccarthy's book. I got lots of books to read. I'm always reading. So i can't this flood of trump books. And i mentioned to that. I will be reading one by jonathan karl from abc and david drucker and trump shot. Because both you and karl actually have sources in trump world. What is in trump's shadow going to be about david. It's going to be the future. So what i tried to do with. This book is examined trump's impact on the party with an eye toward what that means for what comes next. And through the prism of what the twenty twenty four america look like and so to the extent that there is reporting in the book. And there's there's a decent amount of it that comes from the time of trump's presidency but even before that it's really about how a lot of the republicans that want to run for president twenty twenty four. We're preparing to run for president long before trump left office and at the same time taking a look at how trump's rise as a republican figure and then president impacted in changed a lot of the party so that we can try and get a handle on what this next generation of. The party is going to look

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Republicans Feel No Pressure to Raise the Debt Ceiling

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:15 min | Last month

Republicans Feel No Pressure to Raise the Debt Ceiling

"Biggest story of the day. Democrats unveil new plan to fund government suspend debt ceiling as major showdown with the gop looms. I'll talk about this later. There is no showdown nothing looming. Democrats do your job. The republicans aren't going to help you raise the debt limit. They're not going to help you. Pass the reconciliation. But you can do. Both you've got the votes worked out among yourselves. You're running everything. Everything is on u They do not however in the washington post after the immigration ruling by the senate parliamentarian quote. Democrats wants sweeping agenda continues to shrink. Aren't we sad. But legacy media being legacy media. They do what they always do which is right the same headline new york times. Democrats do pare spending bill with raising debt. Ceiling pressuring gop. There is no pressure. The gop isn't going to raise the debt ceiling mitch. Mcconnell said that months ago. I'll play it for you later. Leader mccarthy said the same month ago. They're not doing it. They're not playing this game. There is no performance theater. Legacy media is trying to create an issue that the republicans are somehow the problem. The democrats run everything. The democrats can raise the debt sailing. Democrats go rate. The debt ceiling

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The Cowboys Figure out a Way to Win When Things Aren’t Perfect

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:48 min | Last month

The Cowboys Figure out a Way to Win When Things Aren’t Perfect

"And the cowboys got that win. They did the. Nfl was a nailbiter seats. Wermer and i'm trying to think of other things you could apply to the cowboys first win of the season and it is here by the way we'll sort of like the open. It came down to the last few seconds that was greg's airline who was the goat. And i'm not talking about the greatest of all time. He was the goat after missing two field goal attempts to previous week against the buccaneers and appoint after temp but he was able to get it done yesterday. He lives in a he lives another week. And he's the guy. I mean he's he. He's a really good kicker. Although his quarterback dak prescott was Having to kind of watch from the sidelines go please please. Yes he kicked it. I mean Y'all's over there. Talking to omar checking on amar somewhat. Just trying to get my mind off of it. I guess obviously known in situation like that. You trust the teams and greg's are lying to put it through But yeah. I mean it was great. Obviously believing him make anyone did that and it was just a relief right. I mean the first one. I one a many in the first ones usually the hardest now. I'm not going to get into specifics. But there were some issues with clock management down in that final drive. The cowboys had it back with three minutes and change to go a lot more time than tom brady. Had the previous week when it was less than two minutes to go. But mike mccarthy and i don't know what was going on with keller more in their communication but they wanted to get a little farther down the field than having kick fifty six yarder but zor line had with his leg. Greg leg had more than enough distance yesterday that it could have gone farther than that than that if they needed it. I just know that. Mike mccarthy's happy to finally get this first one in the bow to come in here and win. This game was important on a number of

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"mccarthy" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

04:01 min | Last month

"mccarthy" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Jack nice penis and then hey bill good penis and then dell's like hey like your peanuts to and the guys freaking out the whole time and then people keep entering. It's all like hey you've done some work on your penis. Yeah yeah. I got a little work done on it. Hey looking good. How's your penis penises. Alright pinzel tired today. But and that's all he did. That was a sketch that always killed and we did it at the victory gardens theater in chicago on the north side. And i'll never forget. The day i get a phone call. My parents said we want to support you. And what you're doing so we're all coming out. And i'm so it's my mother my father and my five brothers and sisters. Oh car all coming out to see your show. And then i'm begging roberts michael. Can we not do the penis enough to the peanuts catching he said we talking about yet. We have to do it. It's like the kids. You know and reviewer comes that night i was begging him and we did it and i'm dying the whole time. No one ever said a word about it. They just were like oh great. Show great show but Did you see them in the audience. No i i my is all the blood went out of my eyes just through sheer force of will because i mean. I don't know if you were raised. Catholic vert raised very catholic s berry. I just one thing that might people can do is it. Something unpleasant is happening. We can will it not to have happened. And if something unpleasant comes in on television and you're watching it with your parents or something sexy or whatever you can will it not to have happened. Yes and just. He'll you know what i was thinking for tomorrow. I just thought they and just the perfect timing of just suddenly. You're gonna talk over this part. Yup young and then right when it's done without looking my mom would just be a sow just so you don't remember in high so at night. Yeah knew she was. Because i was like oh also the thought of like watching a sexy with your parents like yeah. I'd similarities. to this day i would. I'm picturing your mom in the theater with you when suddenly someone naked walk sunscreen. And she's like i'm thinking corn tonight. Maybe corn would. Your aunt merlene said. God i did. I brought my parents to embody our session. Which is kind of fix. Some of the the audio gets messed up. You're going to go in and yeah talk into a microphone and fix those lines for the listener conan by eighty. Are i mean trust me. You're also helping me. Because and i brought them in because whenever they're in town they just kind of be pal around together. I'm like i'm going to work you to come with me. And they're like sure so. I thought well it's eighty are. It's fine We get in there and it was for Got i always say it wrong It's either i d. I d the-for identity. Then we went through seventy two hundred names and to this day never say was identity. I don't think i've ever even wanted doing press for great job. You keep saying the name wrong. Okay really did. We went through guard. Seventy five versions of it so they were all swimming in my head to this day and i brought them in in. The director was like We got through most of it and then he got kind of weird. He's like looking at my parents that are sitting there watching the ruined the the big recording studio. And he's like we've kinda kinda wild lines on I need sex. Sounds and i was my light sandwich. Also i had never done. I was like And he's not too much. Sounds but i i think you said i said something like break my pelvis. And he's like we need There's a rustling and break my pelvis and we need you to yell. That just was like monty graham. They're like you bet. And they just they both popped right up over. Yeah yeah wow sounds during actual facts.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

01:37 min | Last month

"mccarthy" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Fucking porpoises. Talked about in a very sweet. Very sweet way and so ben was like just kind of what i thought i was going to be. This is your parents. I look at effort. That's fantastic and he was just horrified. Native i mean they laugh but it's would they ever to repeat that in front of them or but he was just dying in like things i did. There was a key just kind of go to the lobby after the seat in there like now. It's fine oh my like you said some things that i was like. Oh mom mom. Yeah i i did a show years ago in chicago state show and one of the parts of the state show and i did it with robert smiling bob. Odin kirk and a bunch of other performers and. We did the sketch that we weren't able to get on saturday night. Live at later on down alive and it was about a new camp a nudist camp. And the whole idea was it starts with I think it started with Two people out there and Roberts michael and another performer. Everything's strategically covered. They look naked but it. Because it's a live show. They're just they're holding things that are covering genitalia and then the one guy saying don't worry about it. He's like well. It's my first time. You quickly forget that you're naked. It's not a big thing you get over it and and it's the most natural thing in the world and then you're just talking about kinds of stuff and he was like really and he's like yeah. Trust me it's going to be fine. And then i would enter and i've got a guitar. That's covering me and i go. Hey jack hey bill. This is my friend steve. Oh hey steve. Hey.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:03 min | Last month

"mccarthy" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"That's my we're building five g. rotten. That's why there's only what best network bryson best and most reliable based on route metrics report. Second half twenty thirteen to first half twenty one. Three operators on on that were types combined not specific. Divide gina perks. You had success. You had you had proven yourself. Then bridesmaids comes along. And it's the change for you which i thought was really lovely because it was deserved by moving. Probably seen fifteen times and i think my wife is seen forty five minutes and Whenever we encounter that movie wherever we find it. And whatever we're doing we stop and we watch until the movie's over but your character is absurd but also and i. I don't know if i should credit this to your acting training because you you know. I now know that you spent many years but its commitment. I say almost all parts. I've played for the most part i really have like. I loved them. Like i fall in love with with who they are and so i just tried to do the best job of like. They are funny but they're funny. Because i always. I think we fall in love with people in the world because of our ticks and weirdnesses and eccentricities. I don't somebody like i love. Them has the perfect a never say the wrong thing. They never. i'd be like. Oh it'd be so i think of bannon. I'm mike worse so weird so incredibly weird that when i play people i think sometimes they're like oh you're making fun of that type of woman. I'm like no that's the woman that fascinates me that same. I can't take my eyes off of because eccentric people to me are the ones that like. If you're in a store and there's just somebody that's like yemen all purple. You see the party. That's literally like i get love. God i'm not making fun of them. I'm literally like you are living right because you don't give a shit what anybody else thinks that you. You're not hurting.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:51 min | Last month

"mccarthy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

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"mccarthy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:42 min | Last month

"mccarthy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Twenty fourth. please. Welcome melissa mccarthy. I've great you look gorgeous. I'm so happy to see you. My next guest is a bestselling author host and stand up comic who certainly in the mood for upcoming vaccinated in warney tour. Get your tickets now. Say i to chelsea handler. I just chelsea. You're in my orca right now. Spain story in hispania very good. Do you spend a lotta time there. I try to yeah excellent full here. I don't blame you lucky. You living the life and melissa were you. I'm in minorca of california which is berbie perfect. I have heard it referred to as as such by the way. melissa. I watched your bob. Ross documentary last night and it was spectacular. I absolutely loved it. Yeah who knew that mental actress to do who knew i mean. That's kind of how it started. We ben wanted to write a bio-pic on bob ross. And we started trying to do research we were like. This is really odd. We can't find out anything about it so it took us down a worm hall of like why. Why don't we know anything about the real brosseau. Row way we went. I loved it. I absolutely loved it by naturally. Funny gas have been scratching their comedic itch since birth. So i want to know about the life. Moments that have left them most tickled. Let's find out first of all for both of you. Who is the first stand.

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Dallas Cowboys Starting Tackle La'El Collins Suspended 5 Games

Blogging the Boys

01:57 min | Last month

Dallas Cowboys Starting Tackle La'El Collins Suspended 5 Games

"Lyle collins suspension. Which for those of you. That have not heard yet. Which i'm sure you have but Friday afternoon it was announced that he was getting a five game suspension for violation of the substance abuse policy There's nothing on the books in the nfl drug policy that says a substance abuse issue is a five game penalty. There is a for the second time you're punished for methamphetamines. Or amphetamines and adderall. And diuretics and things like that That is a five game suspension. So i don't know if there's some somehow taking that as precedents and applying it lyle's case and somehow It's still murky as to what exactly. He was in the drug program for There was a report on sl from jason lockenfora that he's been tested ten times a month for the last eighteen months which that's not totally unusual. I know there have been players before that have been tested with that. Frequency randy gregory had talked about that When he came back so it's it's not totally unheard of for that to happen. But i don't know why lyle would. It have been in the program but missing a test missing. These tests are refusing member. Whatever the story is because apparently it was not a failed test. Missing these tests would result in this suspension. Only if he had already been on the program. So something's off here where we're missing a lot of details here and hopefully we can get some more clarity about it But as it stands now we don't know exactly what he's in the program for. There's lyles disputing the word. Representation is disputing the refusal to take the tests and and they're in this appeal process. They've already appealed apparently and it was rejected but they feel like the appeal process has not been exhausted. And so that's part of where this tension is coming from. Mike mccarthy didn't have any other comments on it he just said they were not surprised suspension. So this is something. That's been brewing. It's been something that's been out there. And that the cowboys have been aware of

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9/11 Fallout Includes Decades of Worry About Toxic WTC Dust

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

9/11 Fallout Includes Decades of Worry About Toxic WTC Dust

"The effects are still being felt from what happened on nine eleven at the World Trade Center towers people are still getting sick and dying from the attacks and the rescue recovery that happened twenty years ago Jim McCarthy is with the uniformed fire officers association today there are more than one hundred eleven thousand people getting free care through the World Trade Center health program last of exposure to toxins are probably unlike anything we've ever seen before director Dr Michael crane says it caused respiratory and digestive tract problems Craddick right set aside as our guest researcher reflux as my posttraumatic stress disorder as a persistent condition here's to enormous towers on fire collapsing staying on fire and the and the everything in the tower pulverized and then released into the air scientists still can't say for certain how many people developed health problems I bet Donahue

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White House Climate Advisor Says Despite Recent Disasters, Don't Lose Hope

Environment: NPR

02:03 min | Last month

White House Climate Advisor Says Despite Recent Disasters, Don't Lose Hope

"Deadly flooding wildfires heat waves and droughts these have been the headlines all summer in the us with similar disasters around the world to visiting new jersey earlier this week to survey the damage from hurricane ida president biden said we're at an inflection point every part of the country is getting hit by stream weather and We're now living in real what the country is gonna look like and if we don't do so we can't turn it back very much but we can prevent it from getting worse. Abidin administration is pushing bills. Which would be the most sweeping climate change policies ever enacted in the us. But right now. They're still facing major hurdles in congress here to talk about this with us is president biden's national climate advisor gina mccarthy. We'll come back to all things considered thank scott. I know you often talk about the fact that you are optimistic. And even more optimistic than you've been before about enacting the climate policies. But it's been a really frightening summer and a lot of people see these disasters and they wonder. Is it just too late to prevent the worst of climate change. Why is that view wrong. Because a lot of people haven't first of all having these disasters happen and be experienced personally by one out of three people in the united states. Which is what's happened over the past just few months. It's not the way. I really wanted people to get familiar with climate and get active. It certainly would have liked action earlier but this is a tremendous opportunity. We have and. I don't want people to give up hope and i'll tell you why i'm not giving up. Hope number one. I think the president is on target in what he's asking congress to support. I think we'll get it over the finish line but also i want people to understand that we have opportunities with already existing solutions on climate. That will get us where we need to go and get us on. The trajectory to net zero i- job is to deliver the solutions. That's what this package that. The president has been negotiating in pushing his all about

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Cowboys All-Pro Zack Martin Out for Opener at Bucs

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:41 sec | Last month

Cowboys All-Pro Zack Martin Out for Opener at Bucs

"Zack martin be best. Dallas cowboy. current player is out. That now makes nine cowboys in sixteen days. Have gone into cova protocol embarrassing. And it's interesting because the cowboys there's a lot of stories that were all kind of gravitating to zeke's in the best shape of his career hair comes back he's back. He gets a pre season with mccarthy they have a new defensive coordinator four five promising young defensive draft picks but i look at dallas this morning with all these cova protocol stories and i think man. It's just a lot of questions and tampa thursdays. Got nothing but

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GOP's McCarthy Warns Tech Companies Not to Accept Records Request From Jan. 6 Committee

All In with Chris Hayes

02:12 min | Last month

GOP's McCarthy Warns Tech Companies Not to Accept Records Request From Jan. 6 Committee

"Committee. That is investigating the insurrection attack on the capital on january. Sixth wants the phone records from some pro. Insurrectionist republicans from that day and now minority leader. Kevin mccarthy and fellow republicans are lashing out earlier. This week bipartisan. select committee. Told thirty five. Private tech companies including apple facebook google and major cellphone carriers to preserve phone records which may be relevant to its investigation. Response mccarthy issued a pretty transparent threat to punish those same companies warning quote. A republican majority will not forget. And so we're left with scenario. Republicans don't seem willing to argue the merits of the case sort of brushing aside instead relying on this. Frankly thuggish rhetoric throwing out even the pretense of reasonable discourse order debate about the law in favor of just sheer intimidation. Politics and served as associate counsel during president barack obama's first term. He's the co founder and executive director of the nonprofit protect democracy which is working to combat the country's slide towards torturing him and he joins me. Now i have to say. I was even by the standards of our era i was. I was pretty shocked by that. Threat that just explicit threat in that kevin mccarthy statement. There's lots of folks saying that itself should trigger some kind of ethics investigation that it itself violate certain codes of conduct reaction to seeing. I think it's worse an ethics violation Mccarthy essentially did is something that i've been calling autocratic capture which is when authoritarian government actors. Us government power to bully private businesses and being their political allies. In this that political lackeys. It's something the mubarak regime did an egypt for decades. It's what vladimir. Putin doesn't russia. It's what talk carlson's hero Doesn't hungry it's not a dynamic that any american ceo should want to take hold here and if they give into this behavior. they're going to embolden. So i think what american private sector needs to be talking about is forming a lehto article five like mutual defense that if autocratic politicians gonna come after one come after all of them led mccarthy take on the entire american private sector.

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Congress Asks Tech Companies for Jan. 6 Records

All In with Chris Hayes

00:53 sec | Last month

Congress Asks Tech Companies for Jan. 6 Records

"The committee. That is investigating the insurrection attack on the capital on january. Sixth wants the phone records from some pro. Insurrectionist republicans from that day and now minority leader. Kevin mccarthy and fellow republicans are lashing out earlier. This week bipartisan. select committee. Told thirty five. Private tech companies including apple facebook google and major cellphone carriers to preserve phone records which may be relevant to its investigation. Response mccarthy issued a pretty transparent threat to punish those same companies warning quote. A republican majority will not forget. And so we're left with scenario. Republicans don't seem willing to argue the merits of the case sort of brushing aside instead relying on this. Frankly thuggish rhetoric throwing out even the pretense of reasonable discourse order debate about the law in favor of just sheer intimidation. Politics

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Pelosi's January 6 Committee Demands Phone Records From Republican Congressmen

Mark Levin

01:28 min | Last month

Pelosi's January 6 Committee Demands Phone Records From Republican Congressmen

"I want to talk about briefly. What Pelosi is having this commission she set up with all Democrats and to never Trumpers. On January 6th how they're subpoenaing. Members of Congress. Of the subpoenaing the former president of the United States. And Jonathan Turley has this right? In the Hill newspaper says he quotes this Chairman Bennie Thompson from Mississippi, a Democrat. And he says, We have quite an exhaustive list of people. I won't tell you who they are with those words. Thompson confirmed that a subpoena storm was about to be unleashed in the investigation of the January six ride in Congress, he writes. The targets would include Republican members, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, representative Jim Jordan. We've already been told to preserve their phone records to be surrendered to the committee. The Democrats are reportedly trying to prove their prior claims that Republicans conspired or assisted insurrectionist quote unquote Even though the FBI reportedly found no evidence of a planned insurrection. But these are the dead enders. While all this is going on in the country, while all this is going on in Afghanistan, this is what the Democrats are doing because they're good at this. They're good at Stalinist old Soviet tactics. That's what they are. That's who they are.

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Reuters Reveals Biden Pressed Ghani to ‘Change Perception’ Before Afghan Collapse

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last month

Reuters Reveals Biden Pressed Ghani to ‘Change Perception’ Before Afghan Collapse

"Reuters today released excerpts from last call between Biden and Ghani before the Afghan president fled. They talked for about 14 minutes on July, 23 is the Taliban advanced rapidly. Biden told his counterpart of a perception that the fight against the Taliban was not going well. Quote. There is a need, whether it's true or not the project a different picture, Biden said. Comments or indication by knew it was a matter of time before the Taliban. One. The months leading up to the withdraw by unpredicted pullout would go smoothly. Now Can we impeach the president over a phone call? This was the brilliant point made by my stepson, David. Now Can we impeach a president over a phone call? Ladies and gentlemen. He wanted to now departed Afghan president to create the perception, quote unquote that his government was capable of holding off the Taliban. This has been transcribed now. Four weeks before a couple collapse. Connie pleaded for more air support money for soldiers who had not been paid to To rise in a decade. Transcript obtained by Reuters revealed two leaders oblivious to the impending disaster, an American president focused on spinning the message. Hello. Kevin McCarthy. Where's Mitch McConnell today? Where? Where is he? At some cafe in Washington? I don't know. Quote. I need to tell you the perception around the world and in parts of Afghanistan, I believe is that things are not going well in terms of the fight against the Taliban. And there is a need, whether it's true or not, There is a need to project a different picture. Biden says.

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Teddy Bridgewater Wins Denver Broncos' Starting QB Job Over Drew Lock

The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Teddy Bridgewater Wins Denver Broncos' Starting QB Job Over Drew Lock

"Starters have been named in the NFL Rookie and number one overall pick Trevor Lawrence will start for the Jags in week one. Teddy Bridgewater will be the starter for the Broncos beating out Drew lock. Since Peyton Manning retired. No team in the NFL has started more quarterbacks than the Broncos, Also in

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy Was on Point, Criticizing Joe Biden's Foreign Policy

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy Was on Point, Criticizing Joe Biden's Foreign Policy

"Kevin McCarthy was in good form today. He was very angry today. Uh, you can't tell when Mitch McConnell's angry, Can you? I can't tell that that the guns start flapping and all the rest there. I think he's been a disaster for a long time. I really do. Here's Kevin McCarthy Cut 12 Go. We now have 5000 prisoners that were released in Afghanistan. Have more than 100 different countries of individuals coming across our southern border. Have a president that opened it up. Now is the time to close it. This country is less safe today than we were 20 years ago based upon the actions that have just taken place. Allowing Taliban to control our foreign policy. Weaponizing them reports now that they have more Blackhawks in Australia. When the aircraft to the drones to the weaponry Have more support than they had before, just from their own military build up of the weapons that they have taken from America. Now a border that is open and the fear of what the future holds. This has all got to change. The president is he has to change his foreign policy as well.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"It senior. Jerry wexler jerry. Wexler i play jerry. Wexler from new york He was the Producer and One of the partners at Atlantic records. I listen folks. Tom mccarthy is my guest today and right off the bat here at the beginning of the interview. We talk about the the amanda knox thing now for those of you who don't know a couple of weeks ago. Tom did an interview with vanity fair and they asked him they asked him. You know if the movie was inspired by amanda knox's false conviction and imprisonment in italy and tom talked about how some aspects of that true story inspired him in thinking about the script for still water which is not that story i. It's not her story. When the article came out It it you know. In a click beatty way really played up that aspect of the interview making it the headline of the peace and talking about it being inspired by the amanda knox saga quote unquote and then You know understandably. Amanda knox herself had a very negative reaction to that piece and she wrote a series of tweets explaining why she felt the promotion of the movie in. This interview was exploiting her right down to the magazine calling her real life ordeal a saga a quote unquote saga. It's definitely worth reading her tweets about it and i would. I would suggest you do that. Well when all that went down suddenly our interview with. Tom got cancelled which we just figured was because they didn't want him doing anymore publicity about the film because of this swirling buzz but within a couple of hours we got notified that it was back on and that tom specifically pushed to have the interview on cancelled to un. Cancel the interview. So that's really where we enter this conversation. It's the first thing we talk about Here at the beginning this talk and we got right into the idea of what inspired the movie and whether or not the film is exploiting a real life situation so you can decide for yourself because you can see still water in theaters now. And this is me talking to tom. Mccarthy you did this you cancelled and then you're back. Did officially cancel. It was.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:53 min | 2 months ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right led do this. How are you. What the fuckers. What the fuck buddies. What the fuck knicks. what's happening. I'm mark mayor and this is my podcast. Wpf welcome to it. How's it going guys. Okay would you do this weekend did you. Are you are you out there. Dodging the delta. Wait for the omega. Wait for the omega. it's gonna burn your face off. I was out. I was out in the world. I'm sorry i don't mean to make light but sometimes what to do today on the show. I talked to tom mccarthy. Rit you know his work. He just i just saw stillwater and i really enjoyed the the writing which he did as well And directing. that was great I also his movie spotlight. He's a jersey guy he was he. He began working Doing sketch comedy in college. He's an actor. And all around interesting guy. Also a friend of lynn shelton's which i didn't fully realize until he mentioned it. He also directed the station agent Oh yeah and the visitor and win win. And i believe he co up due to talented dude I will get into what went down around this booking a little bit more before the interview because he was booked and there were some online controversy about the movie still water and then suddenly he wasn't booked and then he was booked. But i'll talk about that in a second. Let's talk about denver denver colorado. So i've had some thoughts right as many of you know about a week. After the comedy store opened. I started back up. I started going at it. Getting you know getting strong again. Getting my My muscle memory back in my chops together. Getting my calluses back for doing the stand up comedy at the nightclubs and then i did four shows. over the course of four thursdays in july dynasty typewriter. So once i got my calluses back. I just started doing the big riffs. Big riffing our twenty our twenty five working through the new material new thoughts the pain the glory the the confusion all of it dumped it into the big our riffs and then like as per how i was trained as to how as per how i came up. You know when you got the shit going. How do you tested out. Well you got to go to a comedy club. Look man comedy clubs honestly are still the best place to see. Stand up comedy you know once we polish it and it gets to a theater. It's a different thing. There's no frenzy. It's a it's a set piece for the most part a little room for a little riffing but for the most part you when you're out of theater you want to present the good thing the whole thing. The polish thing the thing as it comes together in the clubs. Sometimes you don't know what the fuck is going to happen. You try to seek. What's it ordering adnew. But i gotta be honest with you man. I hadn't been at a comedy club in a while over a year now. There's always been the way. I've done it man you'll work it out in the clubs and since i've been able to do theaters take it to the theater. And sometimes you work out more theater. But mostly it's in the trenches. And i had feelings had some feelings man i spiralled a bit after my thursday show and speaking of spiraling w t.f with mark mariners sponsored by better help online therapy people are trying to put their best foot forward during these tough times. But you still might not feel like everything is ok. In fact a lot of people are still feeling down and emotionally out of sorts for sure it might not be depression or total breakdown but even feeling a little bit off can we to a negative quality of life..

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"mccarthy" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:56 min | 3 months ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"This is bulls eye. I'm jesse thorn. our guest. Andrew mccarthy is an actor and director and a member of the brat pack is memoir is called brat an eighty story. He's being interviewed by writer and actor. Julie klausner you are very aware of the. I think we sort of touched on it. The emotional accessibility. You have as an actor but you also talk about having this sort of push pull of aloofness and sort of staying in your own internal perception of yourself. How do you reconcile that. You're not an actor that stays in character the whole time right you talked about how in pretty in pink really didn't talk to molly when you guys weren't shooting. Well no you don't have to walk around. Set calling me blaine. No not that literal I always found that kind of odd when people were literally doing that. Did you seemed weird to me. but emotionally. I certainly would try and keep myself into sort of zone. I suppose but. I had a lot and continue to in my life. Have a lot of ambivalence about most things you know. And that is. I think hindered some of my ambition Because he one step up two steps back and three step half step back you know the people that just sort of have no reflective gene and just drive forward. I look at them with. Aw and they always succeed. Wow look chew. I mean you have no shame you have no and they just succeed wildly and i'm just i marvel at them and i envy them but i don't really a part of me does But i very much have a of always you know question. So i'm always i do questioning and then i'm examining so you know it makes it uncomfortable existence at moments and it certainly hindered my Career if i and my ambitions certainly but it's on the other hand it's helped me to have a certain awareness and ability to see things from a different perspective as opposed to just my own and it's also i imagine part of the exercise of writing. This book was looking back and seeing well. That wasn't a missed opportunity. I just didn't want to do it. You talked about turning down an invitation to dinner with warhol and some of the factory folks. Yeah i well. That was interesting in that. It took me twenty years in someone else dimension it to me for me to stop feeling ashamed at missing. Ed saying no to that opportunity. You know that was so classically me. At that time i went. Yeah i wanna do it. Uncle i'm happy to have. Didn't you know they called me up. And so you didn't with andy tonight and sure love to and is it. They were just more and more anxious. Till finally i call them up for Cat jumped out the window. I i can't come. You know this ridiculous and for twenty five years. I think was just like oh man that would you idiot. You've missed so many opportunities like that. My wife we walking through a warhol exhibited a museum. My wife and i told her that story and i was expecting her to say just that. They'll they'll why do you always just get over yourself dude. She's we'll maybe just didn't want to be exploited or you know. Seen as an amusement i think is what she said out. Oh my god that's so largely true and there's also the diety of the social anxiety of it but there was also largely that part. I just didn't want to be you know so took me quarter century and someone else's insight to realize that what i did was fine but there was so much of i. Guess what writing. The book helped me discover that i did just fine and that so many of what i perceive we're mistakes and missed opportunities with simply who i was who i am and that it was fine. Fine and the things that limit me and stop my progress. Also part of my assets and you were turned off by hollywood after experiencing some of the most hollywood easy things that would make people say. I'm staying here forever. Which is living with jackie bissett. Well quit showbusiness right. That the second. I left jackson. You went out to dinner with liza and then you ended up at sammy's house later night. I mean these are hollywood. Experience did have you know. And i didn't turn off to hollywood so much. I just i enjoyed it. I i just didn't wasn't for me in my life. You know it wasn't interesting to me so it wasn't yes but going out to dinner and sitting next to lies and then go up to. Sammy davis junior's house. And you know and shooting pool with sammy and you know. It's so bizarre for this kid from new jersey at twenty one twenty two kind of how the hell did i get here but you know those people are all very kind to us and to me. You know. that's an old hollywood stored of still was around a bit and you know they regret and jacquelyn. Bissett was extraordinarily generous to me in kind and patient and loving he. You know and i was appreciative. You know i was in appreciative. Young person you know. I was a bit lost in. That wasn't hard to see and those people are very generous. And you were unstaged that something that you preferred or it was just different than acting on film. I know that you have this curiosity with the camera that directing was studying in theater program at nyu. When i got the i was kicked out of school. But i had been studying in school Theater and i always imagine. I would be in the theater because i couldn't have imagined being in the movies and i love doing you know i'd have to say to the state of the happiest times i've had professionally always been in the theater but i have such a nerves. I think on on first nights that i've often. I've sworn i'll never do it again. Every time i'm gonna first night and apply. I don't care how good it gets a little. Never do this to myself again. The anxiety and stress. I thought it was so much. But i i have the most satisfying i've ever felt was when i was on stage it professionally because that's a very alive experience but then having said that i didn't pursue it A you know dabbled back and forth in it over the years and didn't dedicate myself to that. So what is your attitude towards acting now. Because i know that you're definitely a more prolific director currently. Well yeah no direct. Use my day job now And yeah i mean direct. Lots of tv shows and travel writing. But i you know. I acted again. I'm just going to go out next week to act in something i direct. His show sometimes called good girls. And i been acting on that a little bit and i'm going to go out next week and do it again and i hadn't acted number of years till i did this. Bid on good girls. You know i was working with producer. Said you want this thing of this guy you wanna do which yeah sure i do. And then i found it very It was really much more fun than i remember. Being in an acting always used to cost me such anxiety. When i was younger and i just found it to be sort of that joke of the to fish swimming in the water and the one fish passes the differences pay into water. Find today and the other fish says what water. And that's how. I felt when i started acting again when i on the show just like all timidly who i am. You know i. I used to say it's not who i am. It's what i do. But i think it's it's who i am. That's how i located myself. I when i was fifteen years old and discovered acting. I discovered who i was. It helped me feel safe in the world and have my place in the world. And as i got away from it into other things but i think going back to it was Exciting in a certain way and sort of liberating. So you know and i have great respect now. Because i'm doing directing people all the time now and you know when i see good acting itis love it. How much of your attraction to directing had to do with your curiosity around the camera and what it does and how much of it is sort of more about having been on the other side of it and thinking. Oh it would be nice to be in control.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"He wasn't able to practice. It's really starting in training camp. And then there was a few weeks there where he didn't practice still Friday and even on Friday was just managing doing things so in fairness to him. I don't think he was at his highest and best and as a coach. You wrestle wrestle with is he toughing it out and playing when some guys wouldn't or could he just shrug this off off like it's nothing you don't really know I was once told. It's very easy to be tough with another man's body. And you Never WanNa make those determinations I player because that's how you lose guy he's genuinely fighting through things and can't give any more than he is. What right do you have to call? Call him out on that so I know I'm not really answering it but the answer is I don't have a concrete answer. I think it's a combination of a lot of different things things. And then when you're not at your best physically. Does your confidence wane a little bit. Are you that dog that you were against green being bay when you're feeling good so that's my answer. Yeah Yeah and and just to clarify when you say. He wasn't in shape. You're not saying. Are you saying that when he came to training camp he wasn't really in shape or you just saying he wasn't like peak physically clearly. Oh No let me clarify because things always taken out of context. That's all I'm asking. Yeah no he came into training any camping. Great shape okay. I'm saying when we got. What do we get a week and a half in? And he got hurt. Yes he'll so he's really out for for three and a half four weeks and if you can't run for three and a half four weeks you're always playing catch up in your fitness so instead of being able to go ten plays hard. Maybe it's down to four plays hard and then you get these nagging things as the season goes so to clarify clarify so things don't get mis-read. He came into can't be in great shape nature of all his injuries lesson. That and he battled at all season. Yeah exactly Then it'll be interesting. They'll have decisions to make moving forward. You were a big part of the third down for people that don't know that Sanjay Lau cowboys wide receivers coach joining us. He'll move on to his next Gig as the cowboys. Oh boys have regime change. You did the third down offense and You know the passing game all that and you had a huge role in that in in can you put up some really good numbers on third down. Let me ask you this though you got a brand new play. Caller he'd never done it before you've been around a you had some people you're Garrett has been a play caller in the NFL before but you were breaking in a young guy. How is that like the the operation to that? I'm not even talking about during the week when you get in a game and you got a brand new play caller. What is that? What is that like did it? Did it work fine mine was that was it difficult. What was that? What was that experience like? That's a good question because when we went into the first game game I was like I wonder how this is going to go because I've been with a lot. I've been with eleven coordinators thirteen years and some very big names very established guys and some of them had great feel for calling games and some of them strengths were more on the designing plays and the play calling was not as refined or as fluid as some. Alright yeah we. We've we've hit this thing from a lot of different areas just final thoughts as You look at some of your notes. You Big McCarthy interviewed today that we've already heard talked to Steven. We got a new regime. Interesting stuff in the more in the works. Amari Cooper Free Agent Dak Prescott Free Agent Byron Jones Free Agent Win Robber quit guy who was as you know he. He obviously led them in sack late and vander h uncertain. Jason witten uncertain. Sean Lee uncertain lot of uncertainty. And you know it's interesting interesting and you kind of hinted at this when we were talking before we started the show. And that is that the higher the coaching change here with Mike McCarthy that creates new leverage for Dak Prescott Dak Prescott has more leverage now because he needs to be out here leading transition to a new offense however whatever form that takes because Mike said as I mentioned in the interview that he wants to build on what they had. So That's reassuring. I'm sure short to the players and Jerry and the coaches but he needs Dak Prescott here from day one more than ever more than if they brought Garrett back. They need their quarterback quarterback to be a part of their entire off-season and their off season starts earlier now that they made a coaching change. Otherwise would so the front office needs to get this deal done with that Prescott. I think April six is the number I saw mentioned today as when they can start two weeks earlier than most teams because they have a new regime and that is interesting and then Stephen saying on one of his various radio shows today on the flagship station of the cowboys choice. Something along the lines of before the season we got really really really close to getting a deal. Done he recognize is. We need a quarterback. We have to get this done. So so the thing is is so they need to get Dak Prescott done for the reasons we just mentioned. But DAX incentive is lacking his leverages. I want to wait and see what happens with the Shawn Watson and Patrick Mahomes who can get new contracts for the first time as NFL players and they were already top ten first round picks. No I guess Sean was a little bit later. Patrick Mahomes was ten Shawn Watson was thirteen I think is right so Dak Prescott holds all the cards now in this deal yet. He had his best season ever ever. He almost broke the franchise passing record Capability York. Whoever thought the Dak Prescott was going to break passing record set by Tony Romo honestly? And I've Ben is big data guy. I never thought he would challenge. Those sorts of records is a pocket passer as a thrower in the NFL credit to him and his coaching and coaches. But he's got all the leverage now. He had his best season ever. They made a coaching change. They need him to be involved and they probably should sign him before. MAHOMES and Watson sign their new contracts. We've never seen a quarterback with this much leverage coming off an eight eight season then rick all right. Here's my final. I think we're to the final stage. Yes here's my final. Wrap up on this higher including Mike McCarthy there have been thirty two different head coaches to win a super bowl. Thirteen of those coaches went on to take a different job with a different team. Only bill parcells and Mike Holmgren went to the super bowl again with their second teams none. The thirty two coaches has ever won a super bowl with the second team. That's the challenge for Mike McCarthy. That sounds like something you would have liked brought up to Mike but I did ask him. You heard the interview I asked him about. What makes Tim? Thank you can be the first one to do with this. Yeah true the first time to breakthrough Ed my final thought. Is that great work by you. I think that McCarthy is a safe choice is an exciting choice. Maybe nine is he more accomplished ahead coast and then then was when he was hired law Veasley more accomplished than wait Phillips. Absolutely more accomplishing Campo. You Bet Barry Switzer. That's a hard one because Berry one of the greatest college coach of all he didn't do in the NFL. Mike McCarthy's done it in the NFL with you. But I mean I don't WanNa down play that because what Barry Switzer did in college. Football's balls one of the greatest coaching jobs history. But it's just interesting. Jimmy had won a national title at Miami when he gets hired. What I've done television television doesn't make me a great podcast or even though I am it just didn't make let's tip waitresses? I yeah yeah tip your your your your waitresses. We want to thank the neighborhood services restaurant. There's a few of them in the Dallas Fort Worth area. There's a really nice went out here at the Omni in the shadows of the Ford Center in the star out here and they opened up a beautiful private room to I do a podcast in moments after ed wrapped up a one on one with Mike McCarthy thanks the frito nation productions doing a great job getting out here and taping all this. He's had a very busy day and he's just a man who's overcome illness and all sorts of other things personal issues. He said a lot of the man's overcome a lot of adversity in life and he's just echo of a job big weekend. NFL It's going to be fun and we're glad to kind of bring you all this. If you find anywhere any more insight on Mike McCarthy era you let us know. We don't think it's out there and we think that's one of the reasons the doomsday podcast has become the number one podcast in the NFL. Great to be with you forehead. warder Mark Frito Friedman. It is about mostly San good night from Frisco.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"He wasn't able to practice. It's really starting in training camp. And then there was a few weeks there where he didn't practice still Friday and even on Friday was just managing doing things so in fairness to him. I don't think he was at his highest and best and as a coach. You wrestle wrestle with is he toughing it out and playing when some guys wouldn't or could he just shrug this off off like it's nothing you don't really know I was once told. It's very easy to be tough with another man's body. And you Never WanNa make those determinations I player because that's how you lose guy he's genuinely fighting through things and can't give any more than he is. What right do you have to call? Call him out on that so I know I'm not really answering it but the answer is I don't have a concrete answer. I think it's a combination of a lot of different things things. And then when you're not at your best physically. Does your confidence wane a little bit. Are you that dog that you were against green being bay when you're feeling good so that's my answer. Yeah Yeah and and just to clarify when you say. He wasn't in shape. You're not saying. Are you saying that when he came to training camp he wasn't really in shape or you just saying he wasn't like peak physically clearly. Oh No let me clarify because things always taken out of context. That's all I'm asking. Yeah no he came into training any camping. Great shape okay. I'm saying when we got. What do we get a week and a half in? And he got hurt. Yes he'll so he's really out for for three and a half four weeks and if you can't run for three and a half four weeks you're always playing catch up in your fitness so instead of being able to go ten plays hard. Maybe it's down to four plays hard and then you get these nagging things as the season goes so to clarify clarify so things don't get mis-read. He came into can't be in great shape nature of all his injuries lesson. That and he battled at all season. Yeah exactly Then it'll be interesting. They'll have decisions to make moving forward. You were a big part of the third down for people that don't know that Sanjay Lau cowboys wide receivers coach joining us. He'll move on to his next Gig as the cowboys. Oh boys have regime change. You did the third down offense and You know the passing game all that and you had a huge role in that in in can you put up some really good numbers on third down. Let me ask you this though you got a brand new play. Caller he'd never done it before you've been around a you had some people you're Garrett has been a play caller in the NFL before but you were breaking in a young guy. How is that like the the operation to that? I'm not even talking about during the week when you get in a game and you got a brand new play caller. What is that? What is that like did it? Did it work fine mine was that was it difficult. What was that? What was that experience like? That's a good question because when we went into the first game game I was like I wonder how this is going to go because I've been with a lot. I've been with eleven coordinators thirteen years and some very big names very established guys and some of them had great feel for calling games and some of them strengths were more on the designing plays and the play calling was not as refined or as fluid as some. Alright yeah we. We've we've hit this thing from a lot of different areas just final thoughts as You look at some of your notes. You Big McCarthy interviewed today that we've already heard talked to Steven. We got a new regime. Interesting stuff in the more in the works. Amari Cooper Free Agent Dak Prescott Free Agent Byron Jones Free Agent Win Robber quit guy who was as you know he. He obviously led them in sack late and vander h uncertain. Jason witten uncertain. Sean Lee uncertain lot of uncertainty. And you know it's interesting interesting and you kind of hinted at this when we were talking before we started the show. And that is that the higher the coaching change here with Mike McCarthy that creates new leverage for Dak Prescott Dak Prescott has more leverage now because he needs to be out here leading transition to a new offense however whatever form that takes because Mike said as I mentioned in the interview that he wants to build on what they had. So That's reassuring. I'm sure short to the players and Jerry and the coaches but he needs Dak Prescott here from day one more than ever more than if they brought Garrett back. They need their quarterback quarterback to be a part of their entire off-season and their off season starts earlier now that they made a coaching change. Otherwise would so the front office needs to get this deal done with that Prescott. I think April six is the number I saw mentioned today as when they can start two weeks earlier than most teams because they have a new regime and that is interesting and then Stephen saying on one of his various radio shows today on the flagship station of the cowboys choice. Something along the lines of before the season we got really really really close to getting a deal. Done he recognize is. We need a quarterback. We have to get this done. So so the thing is is so they need to get Dak Prescott done for the reasons we just mentioned. But DAX incentive is lacking his leverages. I want to wait and see what happens with the Shawn Watson and Patrick Mahomes who can get new contracts for the first time as NFL players and they were already top ten first round picks. No I guess Sean was a little bit later. Patrick Mahomes was ten Shawn Watson was thirteen I think is right so Dak Prescott holds all the cards now in this deal yet. He had his best season ever ever. He almost broke the franchise passing record Capability York. Whoever thought the Dak Prescott was going to break passing record set by Tony Romo honestly? And I've Ben is big data guy. I never thought he would challenge. Those sorts of records is a pocket passer as a thrower in the NFL credit to him and his coaching and coaches. But he's got all the leverage now. He had his best season ever. They made a coaching change. They need him to be involved and they probably should sign him before. MAHOMES and Watson sign their new contracts. We've never seen a quarterback with this much leverage coming off an eight eight season then rick all right. Here's my final. I think we're to the final stage. Yes here's my final. Wrap up on this higher including Mike McCarthy there have been thirty two different head coaches to win a super bowl. Thirteen of those coaches went on to take a different job with a different team. Only bill parcells and Mike Holmgren went to the super bowl again with their second teams none. The thirty two coaches has ever won a super bowl with the second team. That's the challenge for Mike McCarthy. That sounds like something you would have liked brought up to Mike but I did ask him. You heard the interview I asked him about. What makes Tim? Thank you can be the first one to do with this. Yeah true the first time to breakthrough Ed my final thought. Is that great work by you. I think that McCarthy is a safe choice is an exciting choice. Maybe nine is he more accomplished ahead coast and then then was when he was hired law Veasley more accomplished than wait Phillips. Absolutely more accomplishing Campo. You Bet Barry Switzer. That's a hard one because Berry one of the greatest college coach of all he didn't do in the NFL. Mike McCarthy's done it in the NFL with you. But I mean I don't WanNa down play that because what Barry Switzer did in college. Football's balls one of the greatest coaching jobs history. But it's just interesting. Jimmy had won a national title at Miami when he gets hired. What I've done television television doesn't make me a great podcast or even though I am it just didn't make let's tip waitresses? I yeah yeah tip your your your your waitresses. We want to thank the neighborhood services restaurant. There's a few of them in the Dallas Fort Worth area. There's a really nice went out here at the Omni in the shadows of the Ford Center in the star out here and they opened up a beautiful private room to I do a podcast in moments after ed wrapped up a one on one with Mike McCarthy thanks the frito nation productions doing a great job getting out here and taping all this. He's had a very busy day and he's just a man who's overcome illness and all sorts of other things personal issues. He said a lot of the man's overcome a lot of adversity in life and he's just echo of a job big weekend. NFL It's going to be fun and we're glad to kind of bring you all this. If you find anywhere any more insight on Mike McCarthy era you let us know. We don't think it's out there and we think that's one of the reasons the doomsday podcast has become the number one podcast in the NFL. Great to be with you forehead. warder Mark Frito Friedman. It is about mostly San good night from Frisco.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"Pleased with the everybody be real pleased with the staff that he puts together. I think it's GonNa be a great group coaches still work to do and certainly Michael Make great choices there. And he's ready to share the directions we're headed and I know he'll be in front of you guys to to share that all right here. Is that in this redeployment game. You WanNa play this do that now that now. We actually have a fired member of this coaching staff to possibly hear from a someone who is sick packing that I was able to track down. Had A little interview. You with all my my radio GIG and so we'll get to that Sunday Lau cowboys. Wide Receivers coach will get you some interesting information on. He weighed waiting. On a Mario Cooper. Michael Gallup Kellen Moore Jason Garrett a lot of interesting things there. Let's play the game if you will in so I can play this properly. Will you go ahead. and run over the eight coaches that That Jerry Okay I got Jimmy. Let me see if I can deal berry. Hold on Jimmy. Bury Chan correct. Okay Campo Campo okay eight parcels okay in then obviously Wade Phillips Jason Aaron Jason Garrett it in now now McCarthy McCarthy okay have I missed anything now okay these are the Jerry Jones and this is going to be a little game. What we call Ed's GonNa read the quote? Ed Went Back and looked at all these news conferences. Jerry at Don awed things he said about specific head coaches. Ed's GonNa say the quote and I'm going to guess who he said it about and the basis of this is to demonstrate the level of hyperbole that typically takes place when Jerry Jones has one of these press conferences introducing his new head coach. All right all right. So let's do the all the wonderful things he said about Mike McCarthy's we won't even include him all right on the other coaches he hired. Here's here's the first one. He is qualified in capable. We have the right man. He's highly innovative creative mind. Here's a big kid on the offensive side of the ball. He's a proven play caller. And someone who has done it in big games okay. I can't eliminate some people people there immediately in. I'm going to go. ooh Okay. This has to be either Garrett Org gaily okay this is Jason Garrett or Gaily. I'm going to go with Chan do you are correct. Means you're going to get to. You're right because Jimmy Johnson so famous that we all know that that one next to eliminate the mystery what this coach will bring us. He says the name will be worth more than if we had five. First round draft choices and five heisman trophy winners history will show that one of the finest things that ever or happen to the cowboys is Jimmy. Johns Jimmy Johnson. But that was a great moment. Jerry's that that that we talked about. That's that was jerry very giving someone like credit norm ass- value of the head coach. Jerry would devalue on. Let's see what's next okay. This person was the most qualified coach in our sport that you could draw up if you were drawing your own Rembrandt. I don't I mean this one guys my friends. So I'm going to eliminate Kampe it's not nice eliminate Garrett I'm GonNa Eliminate Wade and I'm going to eliminate that is not that does not sound like Switzer. I'M GONNA go with Bill. Parsons you're correct three. This is amazing. You're going to get the pay this this bill. All right the guy next to me has my personal and total trust and commitment and the guy next to me is your coach of the Dallas Cowboys. And he just happens to be as talented and happens to be a special for this situation at this time for the Dallas cowboys which which is kind of Jerry Awkward Sentence. That doesn't really make sense but at this time over going to get one of these wrong I know Home Okay I'm GonNa say he for this time. Oh Gosh okay so this could be Switzer Campo or Garrett on it's very tepid type start like the Rim Brent type thing like parcels so I'm going to go with Campo Switzer got one wrong all right all right all right. Are you ready for this one. Yeah we needed to get it right in my mind. We got it right. This team is best served now next next week next month next season by an NFL head coach with experience. That knows the game. The candidly knows personnel. Playing the game right now. That doesn't help me. Because the generic too many crisis generic nature of Campo or Garrett. Oh wait wait Phillip. I haven't said wage on you. Got Three possibilities either Campo Phillips Garrett see it one more time. I'm that one we needed to get it right in my mind. We got it right. This team is best served now next week next month next season by an NFL head coach with experienced. That knows the game that candidly knows the personnel playing the game way you are correct sir. All right let's see if you can tell the difference between Kampala anyway. I'm trying to decide which is one of these. The overwhelming majority of input. I have received a very common thread right and the theme was very simple. This is perfect. You have a man on your staff who is very smart extremely talented and ready to be at go to the NFL. Both of those guys were already on the staff. Correct very nice. Though hint there so that doesn't really the overwhelming majority of input. I received had a very common thread and the theme was very simple. That it didn't ring up Bill parcells era. So I'm going to go with Campo you are correct only one Nisa Handy. So here's what he said about. I do believe this is Jason Garrett at his press conference I do believe he has the temperament he. He has the disposition to effect a culture change. I think that is important. We all know. Men's styles are different. His style is one that I feel could be very effective. Okay okay all right. So you're right. Jerry was wrong and for that he gets ten years of non winning replay off. If we three playoff appearances in a full decade Jason Garrett coach all but eight games of the last decade which goes down as as the decade in which the cowboys won the fewest playoff berths in their history with three. Were you the person you always come up with. The help of. It was not a fun game by the way I love it. I love it. I think our people loved it yes. PF stats and Info and you come up with some really good stats. What was the one? Where like the the during no during the McCarthy era in Green Bay in the Garrett era in Dallas the the plus minus points it was the plus minus takeaways? These does that. Does that ring a bell with you go but I heard a million things recently with jumped in my hair when I think is interesting. Okay Compares McCarthy's final two years in Green Bay and Garrett's last two years here one of Mike McCarthy's undoing 's in Green Bay was his inability to be hey good teams over his final two seasons with the packers Green Bay went three fourteen in one against teams. That finished the season with a winning record three fourteen in one want Jason Garrett in such games. The last two years of his cowboys coaching career went five and ten a little bit better including two in six is this year but in games in his career against teams with a winning record Jason Garrett went twenty five and forty four so he mostly beat up on bad teams or mediocre teams frequently win or not with regularity win against is the better teams in the successful type team. Now that's an interesting one. I'm going to now reach way back into my head and I apologize to anyone. I'm not crediting here but this one was one. I Love Ed I think you'll like to the football. What what Garrett talk about constantly the value of the football protecting the football takeaways? When he first got the job he was? That was a huge thing. I heard one the other day that you'll like it was during Mike McCarthy's time in Green Bay on a plus a plus a plus minus type situation and takeaways was a plus Ninety three okay Jason. Garrett was a minus five. I mean you look like why did this guy have success. Why what about this guy? Why did he not breakthrough that necessarily an enormous number in like the NFL so anyway? That was a number that Just grabbed my attention the other day that I happen to come across. Okay we get some final comments. Ed You and I need to make. Let's do one more thing. I want to hear from a former cowboys. Wide receivers coach. He got fired about the three or four days ago and on the day after he got fired officially he was hoping in fact he hoped that the new regime might keep him on. He is the wide receivers coach for the cowboys. Sunday allow the day after he got fired. He said Yeah. I'll come on with you and I thought that was very kind and generous. Gracious whatever you WANNA call it always had how good her interactions with him. And he's a very highly regarded person around the league. I think the fact.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

"Eight people had been murdered on the investor. As I mentioned earlier, the authorities did a poor job investigating this crime, especially during the critical first few days, even the prosecuting attorney admitted at trial, that thority is badly mishandled the investigation. Police weren't able to extinguish the fire on the investor until the day after it started by then almost no forensic evidence remained, and the troopers couldn't be even be certain. How many victims had died on the boat when the responding officer was informed that the skiff seen leaving the burning boat was tied at the cold storage. Doc hit, examined it briefly. But decided the rain would have washed away, anything or prince, so he didn't bother to impound the boat and look at it more closely. The officer didn't even realize skiff in question belong to the investor. The thirties did have the eyewitness description of the man who bought the gasoline and sped. Away from the burning boat in the skiff, considering the number of people who saw and even spoke to the man, you would think their descriptions would lead authorities to a suspect. Remember Craig's a town of only twelve hundred people unfortunately, the eyewitness descriptions of the young suspect were vague. I wondered how this could be possible, then I thought about what the town of Kodiak near where I live is like on a summer day when the commercial salmon season is closed, and the fishermen crowd. The port the town is full of twenty year old men and women crew members a few of these young people are locals, but most have recently come to Kodiak hoping to secure a job on a fishing boat for the summer, the locals, don't know. These people even though Craig is a small town in the summer, it is flooded with commercial fishermen from other parts of Alaska from Washington and from Oregon and other places. A stranger is in town is the norm not the exception. Also all this Sherman look alike. An Assane skiff. They wear bright orange fishing gear and often have their hoods cinch tight. How could anyone be expected to recognize the features and physical build of a person wearing a bulky waterproof jacket and coveralls? The investigators believed the crew members of the investor were killed one or two at a time as they return to the boat Sunday night. They determine Mark, and I read Colt Hearst and Mike, Stewart were shot with a twenty two caliber weapon did the killer remain on the investor the entire night, or did he leave and return, again the next morning when he ran the investor to fish egg island. When he arrived at fiche guyland. He anchored, the investor in deep water and opened the seat. Cox expecting the boat sink. He was. Almost certainly surprised to see the investor still floating when the fog cleared. And this is when he purchased gasoline and took the saints. Give back to the investor to set it on fire. For over a year. Investigators chase leads with little luck. But when thirties, finally released an artist's rendering based on, I witness accounts of the suspicious man who had been in the investor Saint skiff at the time. The fire began several fishermen came forward to say they recognize the man in the sketch. They identified him as John, Kenneth peel, a Bellingham man who had once crude for Mark Coulter. St-. A thorns questioned. The crew of the Libby, eight the boat where peel was living and working as a crewman his fellow crew members were at first reluctant to say anything, which might land peel in prison for the murders. But eventually, Larry Demnard the captain of Libya told troopers he was sleeping aboard his boat, the night or early morning of the murders. Would he woke suddenly at two AM? He heard something that sounded like pop pop pop pop and said it resembled the backfire of a small engine. Then he claims he heard the blood curdling scream of a woman, a few minutes later, he said he looked out the cabin door of his boat and saw a man walking across the decks of the decade and defiant, caring rifle. He recognized the man as John peel Demer said he was scared and return to his state room locking the door. He then heard. Someone jumped onto the deck of the Libby. Eight Demnard feared for his life. But said a few minutes later he heard the person leave the boat. Demnard said he'd known John peel for many years and considered a good friend. He felt very uneasy about testifying against peel. Don home, strum, a crew member on the Libya, eight and John Peel's. Former girlfriend was even more hesitant than Demnard to tell investigators what peel said to her after the murders. When the troopers pressed her though, she finally admitted to a conversation she had with peel soon after the massacre. She said peel, started crying and told her it all happened so fast. I can't believe I did it. Thirties arrested, John, Kenneth peel, nearly two years to the day after the murders and two years. Later in January, nineteen Eighty-six the trial proceedings began in Katcha can jury selection took more than a month with the prosecution defense fighting over every juror the animosity between the prosecution and defense carried over into the trial. And while both sides argued over evidence the case dragged on for six months, becoming the longest running trial in Alaska history. The superior court trial, judge admonished, both the prosecution and defense for their backhanded tactics the state admitted they had only circumstantial evidence against peel and much of the evidence was either based on witnesses who said they saw peel in the investor skiff or saw peel purchase gasoline before the blaze started on the investor the state said, peels motive was revenge. Because Coulter's had fired peel, the previous year, Larry Demnard in Don home, strum, where the core witnesses for the prosecution Demer claimed he saw hill walking away from the investor carrying a rifle, and according to home, strum peel confessed to her he'd murdered the crew of the investor. Unfortunately, neither witness was reliable, and neither wanted to be responsible for putting peel in prison for the rest of his life, both dimmer and Holmstrom change. Their testimony several times, peels defense attorney picked apart the eyewitness testimony pointing out the inconsistencies and making clear. Some witnesses had changed their stories or had trouble remembering the events from four years earlier. The defense also suggested the killings were the result of a drug deal gone bad. But the defense never introduced any drug evidence into the trial record. The defense also hinted that either Heyman our moon. In could have been the murder since there remains were never positively identified after six months of testimony the jurors deliberated six days before declaring themselves deadlocked. The jurors agreed not to talk to the press. But journalist reported, they voted seven to five for quibble, two years later. The state brought peel back to trial this time the trial was held in Juneau, the second trial lasted only three months mainly because the defense decided to call. No witnesses after the prosecution presented its case, the jury deliberated four days before acquitting peel on all charges of murder and arson. The investigation into trials cost the state of Alaska, nearly three million dollars even after a jury acquitted peel state officials insisted peel had murdered Mark Coulter's his family and crew no one else has ever been charged with the massacre aboard the investor. In nineteen ninety peel, sued the state of Alaska for one hundred and seventy five million dollars for wrongful prosecution. The suit was based on a nineteen Eighty-four memo from one of the lead. Investigators indicating there was no direct evidence tying peel to the crime in nineteen Ninety-seven peel agreed to a nine hundred thousand dollar settlement, the authorities and district attorney stated early in them vestich in that drugs were not involved in the investor murders but room resp- flowed suggesting there were drugs on the investor and some people believed drugs were the reason for the killings. No foundation for this rumor was ever proven though, people in Craig did not know the Coulter's and their crew. Well, since they usually did not deliver their fish to the cannery, and Craig and probably only did, so this time because they were on their way back to Washington, where they lived. The investor was a beautiful boat own. Owned by young man. So rumors floated that drug money had been used to buy the vote, but no one ever supplied the evidence to support this claim to crewmen who worked with John peel the year after the murders claimed he admitted to them. He had murdered the crew of the investor. But their statements were suspect the Coulter's family continues to believe John peel, killed Mark Coulter's and the others on the investor. Mark's mother Sally told a reporter, she thinks peel, freaked out and did it because he was jealous of Mark and the boat and Matt Mark, because he fired him from his previous boat. There is no evidence Heyman and moon escaped the blaze and thirties believed they were killed along with their crewmates what happened on the investor on September night in nineteen eighty two. Many believe they know who killed the crew and passengers. So the investor but only the killer knows why the massacre occurred. Thank you for listening..

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"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

"Commercial fishing is one of the most economically important industries in Alaska, and the three months salmon season in the summer is one of the most lucrative fisheries in the nineteen seventies and nineteen eighties when salmon prices were at their highest three months of hard work could earn the captain and crew of a fishing boat, a half million dollars or more. A crew member on a salmon saner can make good money. But he must work hard and put in long hours, crewing on a fishing boat is a job for young people willing to work and ready to play on those rare nights when the season is closed and their boat pulls into port. This gruesome tale occurred near the small southeastern Alaska town of Craig on prince of Wales island. It might be difficult understand why and how such a murder could happen in a small town and more importantly, how no one seemed to know who the murderer was I confess. I don't completely understand this crime either. But I'll do my best to describe what a small fishing villages like when the fleet is import. And how someone running around town of twelve hundred people might go unnoticed or at least unrecognized in Alaska, the two most common ways of commercially fishing, for salmon are either by gill-netting, or by per seining, a gillnet operation is land based, where the fishermen go out and small boats to pull salmon from along net attached to the shore per seining is done from a larger boat on which the cruise. Sleeps eats and lives during the salmon season per se actively searched for schools of salmon, and circle the fish with their net and pull the fish on board. The events of this story happened on a purse seining. I hate to criticize law enforcement. Investigators have a tough job, no matter where they work. But the Alaska state troopers have the especially difficult task a trolling this vast state with their small force as I will explain though the police response in this case was slow and the investigation far from perfect. The facts Sunday September fifth nineteen eighty two the investor a fifty eight foot per saner owned by Mark Coulter's from Blaine Washington pulled into Craig Alaska and unloaded its reason catch of seventy seven thousand pounds a pink salmon onto a whole Beck. Seafood's tender, the catch from just a few days of fishing was worth thirty three thousand dollars. But the cannery wouldn't pay Coulter's for this, or any of these other catches of the summer until the end of the season. The Alaska department officiant game had temporarily closed the commercial salmon season but plan to reopen it the following day for the final salmon opening of nineteen eighty two. This is the way the commercial salmon fishing works, Alaska. The season is open for a few days, and then close for few days, and then reopened again the purpose of the closures is to ensure some salmon Willis Cape. The nets. To swim up the streams and spawn. So when the investor pulled into the dock and Craig, the salmon season had closed, but it was scheduled to reopen, again, the following day besides Mark cold Hurst the crew and passengers on the investor included. Mark's wife, Irene twenty eight their two children, Kimberly five and John four marks cousin Mike, Stewart nineteen dean moon, nineteen Jerome kion nineteen and Chris Heyman eighteen Irene was three months pregnant after unloading. Its catch the investor pulled up to the north cove, DOK, and Craig and the crew tied the boat outside a saner named decade which in turn was tied outside the saner defiant. The defiant was tied to the dock to get back and forth to the dock the crew from the investor had to climb across the decks of the other two boats. So. Oh, when returning to their boat from the dock the crew of investor had to climb across the deck of the defiant, and then across the deck of the decade to reach the deck of their boat. Dean, moon and Jerome key on two of the crewmen on the investor went ashore, soon after the boat docked. According to the troopers, the two men later bought a small quantity of drugs from a friend named John, Kenneth peel peel had been crewman for Mark Coulter's. The previous summer on another boat but Coulter's had fired him and pill was now crewing on the saner the Libby, eight and the libbey eight was also tied to the dock near the investor while on shore Jerome kion place to call to his brother and his brother later stated Jerome sounded normal and didn't indicate anything was wrong. Mike Stewart and Chris Heyman. Two of the other men left the investor together. But the troopers could find no one in Craig who remembered singlet. Two men that night, Stewart called his home in Bellingham, Washington and didn't mention any sign of trouble. Mark Coulter's apparently had no cash on the boat because he wrote a check for one hundred dollars to a friend for cash, so he could take his family out to dinner at Ruth Ann's restaurant in Craig to celebrate his twenty eighth birthday people at the restaurant later reported nothing unusual happened while the family dined, but one witness said, John, Kenneth peel briefly stopped at the family's table to talk to them. Peel later denied he was ever at the restaurant, the Coulter's left the restaurant at approximately nine thirty PM and a crewman on the decade remembered four year old John sticking his head inside the pilot house to say hi, on the way back to the investor. During the night, a storm with high winds and heavy seas pounded, the dock and the crew of the decade celebrated the end of the salmon season with allowed party with all that noise. No one on the decade or defiance heard anything unusual, and no one on either boat remembered anyone coming or going to the investor. Remember anyone going to the investor from the dock had to climb across the decks of the other two boats at six AM on Monday morning, a decade. Crewmen went out on the deck and saw the investor slowly idling away from the dock. He noticed the crew of the investor had inexplicably left. They're expensive tie-down lines on the deck of the decade. Normally the crew would retrieve these lines and stow them onboard until they're needed again, the decades, crewmen waved at a man in the investor pilothouse and the man returned the wave a few minutes later, the decade skipper. Also came out on deck, and saw man on the deck of the investor at seven thirty AM a crewman on another saner saw the investor anchored across the harbour from Craig near fiche island around that same time. Another witness saw the saints skiff from the investor tied to the cold storage dock, and Craig by ten thirty eight m heavy fog rolled into Craig obscuring, the investor from everyone in town as the fishing fleet prepared for the salmon opening later that day, the investor was forgotten for the moment. The investor saints give, however, was in the way at the cold storage, dock and had to be moved several times during the day, the captain of the decade, thought the investor left the dock because of the loud party on his boat and he radioed the investor to apologize. There was no reply as boats headed out for the salmon opening the fog remained so thick most captains had us radar to navigate. Tuesday morning. One day later, the fog finally lifted and observers and Craig were surprised to see the investor still anchored near fiche guyland. Why didn't Mark Coulter's go out this with the rest of the fleet? A young man was seen buying two and one half gallons of gasoline in Craig, and he then climbed into investor skiff with the gasoline and motored out to the investor at four pm the crew of the fishing boat. Casino notice smoke rising from the investor after alerting authorities the casino headed toward the investor to offer help on the way the captain of the casino, Saul. The investors saying skiff leave the investor and motor toward, Craig, the captain nearly had to ram the skiff to make it stop. And when he asked if there were people on board the burning boat, the same skiff operator said, yes, there's people on the boat. And then he sped toward Craig. Once the mysterious man in the investor skiff reached the Craig doc, he spoke to at least three people before he walked into town and disappeared with the fog, as sate trooper investigator, later said, the man slipped into a time, warp at the end of the dock by the time the casino reached it, the investor was fully engulfed in flames, and too hot for the crew of the casino to approach Alaska state trooper. Bob Anderson was the first law enforcement official to arrive on the scene. No one in Craig had the proper equipment to fight a fire on the water. So the responders issued a mayday call and nearly two hours later a tug with one small pump arrived, and started spraying water on the blaze. The coastguard was contacted to airlift additional pumps to the scene trooper Anderson returned to Craig and called his sergeant in Katcha can telling him the fire was spreading so quickly. He was sure the blaze was arson. His sergeant said he would. Send an arson investigator to the scene at seven thirty pm the tug, captain radioed, the coast guard to tell them the fire was under control Anderson, returned to the investor and bound burn to the gunwales and listing twenty degrees. He and if you volunteers boarded the wreckage and found the charred human remains of four people in what had been the galley of the boat. The remains were later identified as Mark Coulter st- his wife Irene, their daughter, Kimberly, and Mark's cousin Mike Stewart all four had sustained multiple gunshot wounds. As soon as the four bodies were removed. The fire flared up again and destroyed the rest of the cabin. Anderson returned to Craig where police officer told him he had interviewed a witness who saw the suspicious man in investor sane skiff. The witness said, the man was twenty or twenty one years old with light Brown or blond hair, he weighed one hundred fifty to one hundred. And sixty pounds and was wearing glasses and a baseball cap with a logo on it, since the man was seated in the skiff the witness couldn't guess, at his height, the following morning to more law enforcement officials arrived the fire was still burning so the trooper spinally summit a helicopter used for fighting forest fires, and it dumped water on the burning boat. The boat was listing badly. So the officers toted shore and left it there until the arson investigator could examine it oddly, the authorities left the investor unguarded allowing anyone to poke around in the wreckage and the rising tide likely destroyed most of the remaining evidence. Once the arson investigator examined the wreckage. He found more bone, fragments drum qions remains were eventually identified among the fragments. And although it was never determined for certain investigators believed some of the remaining teeth and bones belonged to Chris Heyman and dean moon, no remains a four year old John Coulter's were ever found and investigators believed. His small body was completely consumed by the blaze, although they weren't certain at first the detectives determine the killer was not one of the missing crew members because I witnesses were certain the man. They saw operating the skiff was not a member of the investors crew since neither Chris Heyman Nordine moon was ever seen, again after the fire, they were presumed dead and the police concluded that.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

"And fortunately, if some of this evidence had come to light before their trials they might never have been convicted of kidnapping and murdering Laura Henderson MAC appealed, his conviction. But the appellate court found against him on every issue, many of the appeal issues dealt with hearsay evidence. The judge allowed by classifying it as under the excited utterance. Rule. I don't have the legal expertise to discuss these issues. But I will point out a few glaring inconsistencies with the evidence as well as the changing testimony of some key witnesses, and the questionable conduct of the Kodiak depletes department as I mentioned earlier this case was tried in Anchorage. And I think this venue, hurt the defendants because jurors not familiar with Kodiak island roses, stem missed, one of the biggest problems, the prosecution had with their case, the time line with perfect road conditions in good vehicle. It takes a proximity one hour and fifteen minutes to drive round trip from where Laura was last seen, and Kodiak to the end of the road Manashe Kobe, where police and prosecutors claim MAC toss. Laura's body off the cliff the speed limit on the road was fifty five miles per hour at the time of Laura's disappearance MAC had an old van and because the drive shaft was wired to the transmit. Shen. It would not go faster than thirty five miles per hour. Furthermore, according to one Kodiak police officer, the roads were very icy the night, Laura disappeared, and it was nearly impossible to drive more than five miles per hour, yet the prosecution put one witness on the stand who testified she saw van matching the description of max van in Kodiak at nine thirty five and another witness who claimed he saw the white Dan on the road near Manashe Kobe ten to twenty minutes later. It is impossible. Matt could have covered the distance from Kodiak to Manashe bay in such a short amount of time in his ban on those roads. Furthermore, Laura was last seen alive at nine pm, a maximum back into his dorm by ten pm at the latest. How could he have murdered Laura driven all the way to Menasheh bay drug her body to the cliff Tostao into the ocean, and then driven back to town in less than an hour? It's an impossible theory, al-roub will the private investigator, who supposedly follow Laura at night claimed. He last saw her at nine pm. He then went to tell Matt Damon Laura's attorney, he lost track of her Jae, men and ruble. Then admit they saw Jack ibox sitting in a bar between nine thirty and ten pm. So I back also did not have time to drive to Manashe Kobe to dispose of Laura's body. The police were convinced MAC and kirwin toss. Laura's body off the cliff Menasheh bay. But in order to throw her off the Menashe. Kobe cliff the two men had to somehow propel the body of a one hundred and fifty pound or sixty eight kilogram woman straight out from the cliff over distance fifty feet or fifteen point two meters declare the rock outcropping. So she will land in the ocean before max. I trial his attorney asked two men to attempt to throw a sack filled with a hundred and fifty pounds off the cliff and they couldn't do it. The sack ended up on the side of the mountain. The attorney tried to enter the demonstration as evidence but the judge ruled it in it missile, the television show inside edition. Televised a segment on this case and traveled to Kodiak to recreate the prosecution's theory of how the body had been tossed off the cliff into the ocean. They proved it was not possible for two men to. One hundred fifty pound body, fifty feet horizontally before it began to plummet into the ocean after Jim Kerr was acquitted in his first trial. The prosecution suggested MAC through the by op cliff by himself, which is even more impossible. I mentioned earlier, how close similar to those worn by lower the night, she disappeared conveniently washed up in the surf near Manashe obey months, later Manashe bay like most areas of Kodiak island gets pounded by surf and storm surges not to mention the motion of large tidal fluctuations in the area. It is highly unlikely, the clothes would have stayed in one place for such a long time. The clothes recovered from the surfer not faded when they were found and one police officer admitted they did not look, as, if they had been in the ocean long, the pink shoe with the band aid in it also makes no sense since the band was in the wrong shoe, and what happened to lower socks. Also, why would Laura have been carrying an old purse with an expired, driver's license, instead of the per, she usually carried why were none of these questions asked at trial? Laura Henderson, was, obviously not killed, and max van there was no blood or tissue van in the van. But police claimed violent struggle took place in the van, and they suggested Laura struggled so hard, she kicked a cargo window in the van and cracked it the previous owner of the van testified the window was already cracked, when he sold the van to MAC in the forensics expert who processed the van stated, he saw no evidence a crime taking place in the van. I think it's interesting Jim Kerr win stated repeatedly. He was with MAC the entire evening, March twenty eighth nineteen eighty six but kirwin was found not guilty of all charges. Why was kirwin not called by max attorney to testify, Amax whereabouts? And the events of the night question, the first thorough search max van provided no evidence but nine days before the first trial was to begin a psychic suggested police searched the van again so after receiving. Psychics advice Kodiak police department corporal Paris, when alone to inspect the unsecured van at BRUCE'S wrecking yard Paris, claimed he looked in the window and saw something glistening near the gas pedal. So he sent two detectives to search the van again, and they found the critical evidence of an earring similar in appearance to the earrings Lawrence was wearing the night. She disappeared the search the van was conducted outside the presence of BRUCE'S wrecking yard employee. A violation of the contract between BRUCE'S wrecking yard the Kodiak police department, but despite the fact, the airing was found in unsecured van the judge had no qualms about allowing the earring to be entered into evidence at trial. When police I interviewed Loris co workers, only one claim to know Laura was planning to meet a mysterious man on the evening of March. Twenty eighth nineteen eighty six but she said, Laura did not know who the man was and did not recognize his voice on the phone when he called to set up the meeting when place asked the co workers to come into the station to write their statements though, they put all the co workers in a room together and suddenly Loris colleagues, all recalled that Laura was planning to meet a man named Matt, in a white van the night, she disappeared. Why did their statements change where they fed information? They got max name wrong. And instead of riding the name MAC MAC in their statements. They use the name Matt. M. A. T T A matte. M A, T T was the name of Laura's attorney. So what did those statements mean? Owlry. Ruble, the private investigator tasked with watching over Laura, while she met the mysterious stranger changed his story several times he first told police he sat in his car at an agreed upon spot, and when Laura drove past him, he waited until she got out of her car. And then he drove past her in the white van to find a better vantage spot. He said he lost side of the van for only a minute, but the van with Laura, in it disappeared during the time, it was out of his view. He then changed his story and said, he got out of his car and walked down the street to get a better view in Los side of the van, he then changed story, one more time and said he remained parked in the same spot the entire time. A MAC drove away out of his sight, Laura, disappeared in a quiet section of a small town. L rubel was either a very bad detective a bad liar. Or both numerous. People have suggested our bull, knew much more about Laura's disappearance than he admitted some believe he was the last person to see Laura alive. And they believe he knows what happened to her. It is suspicious that, when ruble, lost track of Lora, he did not attempt to find her. He did not search any of the numerous bars in the area, nor ask anyone, if they had seen Laura he simply reported her disappearance to Mant Jason, and they called the police to report a kidnapping. What happened to Laura Henderson? Sadly, we probably will never know what happened to Laura Henderson. She disappeared over thirty three years ago and her remains still have not been found Laura Henderson was involved in the drug community and Kodiak. And she was a police informant at drug dealer. By the name of Jane James McLaughlin, told several people he killed Laura Henderson because she knew too much about his drug dealings. And he suspected, she was planning to inform on him to the place. The place were aware a McLaughlin's admission, but they chose to ignore it, it is also very possible MAC and James eyeball were involved in Laura's murder, but the facts of this case proved the murder, did not occur. In the manner suggested by the Kodiak police department and the prosecutors. Thank you for listening. And if.

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"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

"The man and Laura agreed to meet at nine pm near the king crab. Cantering Kodiak, and he promised to give her the tape at the meeting at three o'clock on the afternoon. Laura disappeared. Donald McDonald who goes by the name of MAC stopped by the crisis center to talk to hinder Sohn, according to MAC, he and Laura were friends, and had dated a few times, he claims he stopped by the center to invite Laura to a dance. He was co hosting to raise money for Kodiak hope house. A drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility were MAC, resided, Laura, politely declined, his invitation, but asked him if he would find her some cocaine again, according to Mack, he had been clean, and sober for several months and had no intention of scoring drugs for Laura, but he promised to try to get into the drugs for her only because. Because he wanted an excuse to see her. Again. Laura told MAC, she would be on shell cough street to meet someone around nine pm. And if he had drugs, she would meet him there, Matt claimed he and Laura had been friends for quite a while, the police, however, stated, MAC, Laura, were not acquainted and instead, they believed MAC was the mysterious stranger who toll, Laura. He had a tape incriminating her ex husband friends testified at trial that MAC and Laura knew each other. So Matt could not be the mysterious man to whom Laura had referred lowers coworkers testified. Laura told them MAC offered her information, she could use against eyeball, and they said, MAC toll, Laura. He would meet her at nine pm to give her the incriminating tape. So let me recap MAC and his friends claim MAC, Laura knew each other, so MAC. Not be the mysterious stranger the police and Loris co workers though, testified. Mac and Laura did not know each other, and MAC was the stranger who told Laura. He had incriminating evidence against her ex husband. After her shift at the crisis center, ended, Laura went to her lawyer, Matt James office and told him about the nine PM meeting. She indicated she did not know the man, she would be meeting Jane was concerned about the meeting and hired a private investigator named Albert ruble, to follow lower and watch over her ruble, agree detail, Laura to the meeting, and to watch her from a nearby hidden location at nine pm, Laura drove to the king crab, cannery for her meeting, odd her way to the cannery, she passed ruble, who was sitting in his car as soon as Laura past him ruble, claims, he started his car and followed her as he near the Kanner. He saw Henderson's car parked behind a white van, and as he drove past the van, he saw Laura inside the van talking to someone at this point Rupel change distort several times, but he, I stated he drove past the van and was out of sight of the van for less. Than a minute. But during that crucial minute the van disappeared Bruegel said he searched the area and then reported Henderson's disappearance along with description of the van and the license plate number to the police, then according to ruble, he Jamison and hitter. Since parents searched for the van several hours later, hint, Laura, Henderson stepfather spotted van matching rubles description parked at the rehab center where MAC with staying max version of the events of that night, or slightly different than rubles. He says he ate dinner at his dorm. And then went to McDonald's restaurant for dessert with Gladys Baldwin, the house, mother of his rehab, dorm, and his friend, Jim kirwin, who was homeless, and living in max van at the time not long after they left. Mcdonalds, Matt drop Gladys back at the dorm. And then he and Kerr when drove around town for a while they met Laura on shell cov street, and she got into. Max van she asked MAC, if he had been able to score her some cocaine and soon after she learned he did not have the drugs, she exited his van. He says she was in the van no longer than five minutes, Maxine back into his dorm between nine fifty and ten pm at we know this timeframe is certain because several other people signed in after him at ten pm, the house manager, then locked the house, so no one could leave during the night. And one of the other residents testified he watched a movie with MAC until one AM the following morning. So we know MAC was back in his dorm, before ten pm, where he spent the night as you will see later this time line is important. In understanding this case. Mack was arrested the following day and his van was impounded. James kirwin max friend, who was living in max van was also arrested. Police found three knives imacs possession and two firearms and his van according to court documents, the ban was dirty and wet, but police photos show, a neatly organized van one of the vans cargo windows was cracked and police testified it had been broken from the inside shortly before the van was seized the previous owner of the van though testified the window was already broken when he sold the Vanak the place search of the van yielded little evidence. They found no blood or tissue residue in the van, and although they found fingerprints in the van belonging to fifty nine people, none of the prince belonged. Laura Henderson, or her ex husband, Jack I Bach police also compared soil samples from under the frame of the van and from the tire grooves, too. A place where they allege MAC dumped Laura's body, but the soil samples, did not match police did find the back from an earring in the van, and an instamatic camera when they develop the film in the camera, they found photos of MAC and Kerr went outside a cabin a soon located the cabin at the end of Menasheh bay road of forty minute drive from Kodiak the police postulated that Jack Ibaka hired MAC to murder, Laura MAC, then met, Laura, at nine pm on March twenty eighth nineteen eighty six got her into his ban killed her drove to Manashe Kobe near the cabin. He had photographed and he encouraged when tossed her body off cliff as I will explain shortly. There are several problems with this theory. A witness said at nine thirty five pm on March twenty eighth. She saw and matching the description of max van leaving residents near where MAC lived, according to the witness the driver pulled out of the driveway and front of her, and swerved all over the road. Another witness reported that between nine forty five and ten pm. He saw white van near the end of the Manashe bay road. Police learn that Jim kirwin Jack I Bach knew each other, and reportedly had met several times in the month preceding. Laura's disappearance, according to other witnesses Jack I Bach made several statements, claiming he wished his ex wife would disappear. One friend stated Jack told her he wanted to kill Laura and he said he planned to pay a man to do the job. The hitman Ibaka, described to his friend. Bet the general description of Jin, Jim kirwin. Police arrested Jack I Bach and he MAC. And Jim kirwin were all charged with kidnapping and murder of Laura Henderson. In the months leading up to the trial, several items of clothing matching, what Laura reportedly had been wearing when she disappeared washed up in the surf at Menasheh bay below the cliff where police say MAC and kirwin stood as they toss. Laura's body into the ocean the clothing look suspiciously undamaged as if it had not been in the ocean. For several months, a purse also washed up, and while the purse did belong to Laura, it was one, she hadn't carried in years and had long since given to her daughters to play with inside the purse police van Laura's expired, driver's license from Oregon instead of recurrent, Alaska driver's license, even more curious was a shoe found in the surf Laura's, mother told police Laura had been wearing size nine pink shoes on the night. She disappeared. Her mother also said, Laura recently had undergone surgery on her foot to remove a planters, wort and was still wearing the band aid on the foot. Put the shoe found in the ocean was a left shoe. And sure enough, there was a band-aid in it after all the legal proceedings were over though, trial records included. A report from Laura's podiatrist indicating Laura surgery had been on her right foot. Not on her left foot in any case. It was called the night, Lord disappeared. And she must have been wearing socks. So how did abandoned end up in her shoe, instead of inner sock in August nineteen eighty six two months before the trial was to begin Kodiak police department corporal, Michael Andre saw an advertisement for psychic and a police magazine and decided to contact the psychic about the case, the psychic told Andre to search max van again. And even though max van already had been thoroughly searched Andre sent Kodiak. Police department corporal berry Paris alone to inspect the van after the original search max van. The van had been moved to an unsecured wrecking yard. And this is where Paris reportedly looked through the driver's side window and saw something glistening near the gas pedal Paris, then instructed to of his subordinates to take a closer look at the van and on the floor implant site. They discovered a porcelain earring with a purple flower painted on it. Just like the Iranians Laura Henderson had last been seen wearing the police deduce the during struggle, Laura's earring had been knocked from her ear and had traveled down the front window defrost or slot. They then speculated that when they towed, the van to the wrecking yard, the jarring motion caused the earring to fall through the heater defrost or system to the floor max lawyer, nor anyone else ever tried prove or disprove this theory, but it has since been determined if the earring had followed the path the police suggested, it would have ended up on the floor of the heat or housing deliver. Dery system and not on the floor of the van the first trial for MAC. Jack I Bach and James kirwin began on October twenty seventh nineteen eighty six in Anchorage. Alaska, I think it is relevant to the outcome of this case that the men were tried in Anchorage and nod in Kodiak, because most Kodiak residents would have realized there was a problem with the prosecution's time line. In the case each defendant, had his own lawyer, and while they were tried together their guilt, or innocence was to be determined separately by the jury Jim kirwin was acquitted of all charges while Jack I Bach received a hung jury on both charges. The jury was also deadlocked on the charge of murder for MAC. The fountain him guilty of kidnapping Laura Henderson, Jack I Bach and MAC were tried again in Anchorage in mid April. Nineteen eighty-seven both MAC and Jack had inept attorneys. Especially at their second trial, max attorney promised to let him testify and said she would call Jim kirwin as an alibi witness for him. But something happened at the last minute, and she rested, her case without calling any witnesses or allowing MAC detested by she reportedly still will not answer questions regarding this case. Both Jack ibex and MAC were found guilty of the murder of Laura Henderson, and they were both sentenced to ninety nine years in prison. Much has been written about this case in the more than thirty years since Donald MacDonald, Jack, I Bach were sentenced..

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"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

"Knit community of residents within a fifty mile radius of McCarthy back at their home and Kennecott the Nashes bundled Richards onto a sled and towed it behind their snow machine as they sped toward McCarthy and the airstrip when they reached the airstrip. They met Gary green a pilot and guide green was cleaning off his airplane. And when he heard their story, he told them he had seen Hastings twenty minutes earlier heading towards a Hegley house. Tim Nash, volunteer, to check on the headlines, while green warmed up his plane in preparation to fly Richards to Glen Allen forty minutes away for medical care. Green said he would contact the troopers and request their assistance. As green was loading Richards into the plane. Amy Nash saw her husband, running down the airstrip toward them. He had just been to the Haglund's house, where he'd smelled the accurate, aroma of gunsmoke and had seen blood splattered over the interior of the house. Tim believe the headphones were dead and said when he walked into the kitchen, he saw Hastings standing on the back porch Nash fired at Hastings and missed. But when Hastings returned fire he struck Nash in the right leg the Nashes told green to go for help, and then they made the fateful decision to stay at the airstrip and warn the others. Once green took off, he radioed, the incoming mail, plane, pilot and told him not to land at McCarthy. He explained what had happened and ask the mail plane pilot to contact the Alaska state troopers in Glen, Allen, and request their assistance. Hastings. Meanwhile had planned to wait at the headlines home and kill his neighbors one by one as they arrived at the headlines. But once Tim Nash escaped from the house Hastings knew he needed to alter his plan and hunt down Nash before he could warn the others. While tame Tim, and Amy waited in the freezing morning, air Hastings, followed a dog sled trail through the thick brush back to the airstrip. He crawled up a large amount of plowed snow across the one way from the Nashes and fire, ten rounds at the newlyweds who stood two hundred and fifty yards or two hundred and twenty eight point six meters away from him. He then walked to within fifty feet or fifteen point two four meters of their bodies and fired two more shots. And then continued to approach firing two final. Kill shots into their heads. He dragged their bodies to the top of the snow Bank across the runway from where they had died in an attempt to hide them in deeper snow. Soon after Hastings climb the snowbank, two more area. Residents Harley king, and Donna, Byrom arrived at the north end of the airstrip on king snow machine Harley king sixty one and his wife Jo had lived on their homestead fifteen miles west of McCarthy, since nineteen sixty six Joe well known Bush pilot and flight instructor had flown her plane to Anchorage and was waiting for the weather to improve before flying back to McCarthy. So she was not home that fateful day. But her husband had agreed to give Donna Byrom thirty two. A ride the airstrip Byrum, who live between the king's home McCarthy was planning to fly out on the male plane Byrom saw large blotch is a blood on the snow, covered airstrip, and then saw Hastings standing on the snowbank when they drew closer Hastings opened fire on them Bayram was standing on the sled behind the snow machine. And she saw bullets hit the machine and king, one bullet hit Byrom in the upper right arm king. Drove the snow machine as fast as he could toward the south away from Hastings but one of hating shots had broken kings leg. And he soon lost control of the machine the snow machine crashed and through king and Biram onto the runway near the path leading to the Heglig home Byrom tried to load king back onto the sled. That Hastings was quickly approaching quick king told by room. He did not move and he urged her to save herself after a moment's hesitation Byrom fled toward the headlines home as she ran. She heard two shots and new king was dead, which reached the Heglig house. She saw the front door had been kicked in. So she ran to the greenhouse and hid outside as she huddled shivering. She heard Hastings approach calling out come on out, he's not. Dead, yet she held her injured arm and fought to stay quiet certain. She was about to die. She heard Hastings footsteps on the porch and knew he would soon find her. But then abruptly he turned around and sped off on the Nashes. No machine. There were only three Alaska state troopers within one hundred miles in any direction available to respond to the massacre at McCarthy. The troopers new situation was dire and they didn't have time to wait for backup. They commandeered an oil company helicopter, and ordered the pilot to fly to McCarthy Hastings headed west on the McCarthy road, where the troopers from Glenallen easily intercepted him by helicopter, Hastings wave to the helicopter realizing it was not a trooper helicopter. He saw a chance to get a ride to town to make his escape when the troopers exited the helicopter, he quickly told them he was Chris Richards and explain that Lewis Hastings had gone beserk ima shooting up McCarthy, the troopers new Richards was already in Glen Allen, though, and Hastings had identification in his pocket. The troopers arrested Hastings without incident with heating handcuffed and restrained in the helicopter. The troopers continue to. Mccarthy where they found the bodies of Tim Namie Nash and Harley king on the runway. They were all dead from gunshot wounds with final kill shots to each of their heads inside the headlines house. The troopers discovered the bodies of less implode. Hey, glint and their neighbor. Maxine Edwards stacked in the bedroom. A bloody, I covered silencer sat on the nightstand beside the bodies troopers. Fallon, the injured Byrom outside the greenhouse and helped her to the helicopter. She was forced to share the ride to Glenallen with the man who had murdered her neighbors and had tried to kill her. Why did Lewis Hastings go on a murderous rampage and kill his neighbors? The reason is nearly as bizarre as the crimes themselves. Hastings was an intelligent computer programmer, who had worked at Stanford University in the late nineteen seventies, but, like many people who moved to Alaska, he left the overdeveloped area where he lived in California with dreams of starting a new life. In the unspoiled wilderness of Alaska at first, he and his wife settled in Anchorage. And he started a computer service business out of his house, but by nineteen eighty to his business and his marriage were failing, and he began to spend more and more time at his cabinet Kennecott, Alaska's economy was booming in nineteen eighty three due to the construction of the trans Alaska oil pipeline, which carries oil from Prudhoe bay south to the porta Valdez on Prince William Sound. The state was flush with money and in the midst of a construction. Boom Hastings hated the pipeline and the related development. It had created and he felt the state's newfound prosperity would ruin the lifestyle. He had dreamed of when he'd moved to Alaska it became his mission to destroy the pipeline Hastings finally divulged his convoluted scheme to authorities. He had planned to arrive in McCarthy before the. Plane and kill anyone who showed up to meet the Tuesday plane next. He would kill the mail plane pilot and steal the plane, he then planned to fly to a pumps station near the pipeline about eighty miles or one hundred twenty eight point seven kilometers west of McCarthy, then he intended to steal field truck and rammed the pipeline while shooting at it this action, he believed would badly damage the pipeline, but he hoped the oil would congealed in the cold winter temperature and not do too much environmental damage after rupturing the pipeline. He'd then believed the fuel truck would burst into flames and char- his body beyond recognition. He hoped people would think he had been murdered McCarthy with the other residents and his family would never know. He was the murderer who had committed suicide in the end. Troopers learned Hastings, had never before shot ally. Animal so to prepare himself for his rampage. He practice shooting rabbits, he felt if he could shoot a rabbit, he could shoot a human. The weekend before the massacre, Hastings learned his wife was who is living in Anchorage was having an affair the upsetting news might have been enough to push already angry man over the edge Lewis Hastings, brutally massacred six people a March first nineteen eighty three because he believed murdering his neighbors was a necessary. I step and his brilliant plan to preserve the Alaskan wilderness, less than flow, Haglund, Maxine Edwards, Tim naming ash, and Harley king died in the McCarthy massacre, and Chris Richards and Donna Byrom were injured. Lewis Hastings was sentenced to six hundred thirty four years in prison as sad footnote to this tragic story, Chris Richards, a man, the surviving residents McCarthy considered a hero because of his wept action saved more people from being killed during the nineteen Eighty-three massacre died when his Kennecott cab. And burn down one week before Christmas in two thousand and one after his death many who knew Richards said, Hastings had finally claimed his seventh victim Richards, never recovered, physically or mentally from the massacre, and in later years, survivor's guilt, depression and alcoholism plagued him, according to those who knew him at the time of his death. He was trying to give up alcohol and was suffering from hallucinations. The McCarthy Kennecott area is now a popular tourist destination. But, like most remote areas in Alaska, the crowds leaving September and only a few hardy individuals choose to live in such a desolate wilderness in the winter most of these people's cherish their solitude, but they often must depend on each other to survive, the one cold winter for the folks of the McCarthy area. It was not easy for them to trust their neighbors. Again after the horrible. Tuesday in March nineteen eighty three and mail day has never been the same sense..

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"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

12:31 min | 2 years ago

"mccarthy" Discussed on The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

"Of Kodiak island, Alaska this murder and mystery in the last frontier, with your host, Robin bear 'field in a land full of peril and vicious animals. Humans are the most dangerous predators of all. Welcome to murder mystery in the last frontier. I'm your host Robin bear field. And I live and work in the middle of the Kodiak, national wildlife refuge on Kodiak island in Alaska, Alaska, is land of mystery danger stunning, beauty and valuable resources over the decades fortune seekers have been drawn to Alaska in search of gold oil, this and crab. These fortune seekers are usually young men with little to lose and big dreams of becoming rich throughout Alaska's history away of crime as follow each economic boom. And in my podcast, I will tell you, these stories of crime, while share a little about the rich cultural history geography of this complex state. I call home since authorities began keeping records in nineteen eighty eight sixty thousand seven hundred people have been reported missing in Alaska. That's fine. Five people reported missing every year per one thousand residents each year, an average of two thousand two hundred and fifty people disappear in Alaska twice the national average. Some of these people are found alive and well and the remains of others are eventually discovered but many disappear without a trace most of Alaska is a vast untamed wilderness. And it draws adventures from around the world to climb the steep mountains kayak the raging rivers or simply experienced nature in his Ross form. Alaska, also, attracts dropouts, those running from the law or the responsibilities of their lives and young people trying to quote, find themselves or wishing to experience wilderness lifestyle reality rarely matches the fantasy. There's a reason. So few people live in the rugged wilderness of Alaska. Alaska is a place of extremes. The state is defined by bitterly, cold temperatures raging rivers. Harsh storms treacherous mountains, and wild predators at the top of the food chain. People who've lived a lifetime in the wilderness, respect the dangers, and no, not to take them lightly. Still sometimes even those knowledgeable about the wilderness ends perils disappear. I hope you will join me on my podcast to listen to stories of murder and mystery from the last frontier. And I wanna get started today with my first story, the McCarthy massacre of nineteen eighty three. Most Alaskans are adventurous and self sufficient individuals who can survive on their own, but are willing to lend a helping hand to others a few people, though, come to Alaska escape their problems, or to hide from the law, usually, they bring their problems with them, as I mentioned, I live in the wilderness on Kodiak island, in Alaska, where my husband and I own a remote lodge and the story, I am about to tell you reflects my worst nightmare. I live in the midst of the world's most concentrated population of huge Brown bears, but bears are not with scare me most, there are no roads or cars where I live, and no other human habitations within miles on my home. So the most frightening thing I can imagine would be to look out a window on a stormy winter night and catch the glimpse of a human shadow running across the walk a few times, hunters camping in the area, and in need of our help have knocked on our door late. Night, and while we were happy to assist them. I realized there was no one we could call for help if the visitors threatened us. The Alaska state troopers are the responsible on forcement agents outside the Kodiak city limits, but they're based in the town of Kodiak, seventy air miles from my home, and they can only respond during daylight hours because it isn't safe to fly over this mountainous island at night, we're on our own, if some psychopath, forces his way into our lives. Like the folks in the story, I'm about to tell you a plane carrying our mail supplies and groceries, stops at our dock once a week and eerily enough, our mail plane like the plane, that serviced the doomed residents McCarthy is also on Tuesday since the plane lands, and pulls up to our dock where sometimes the only people here to meet it, but anyone can get supplies mail or pay for a seat fair on this plane occasionally people, we've never met show up for the plane to wait for supplies or passengers. And we invite these strangers into our home for coffee and cookies. While they wait for the plane. Usually, these folks are nice and appreciate our hospitality. But once in a while someone makes me uncomfortable. And I breathe a sigh of relief when I see him speed away from our doc in his boat heading back towards campsite. We know nothing about these strangers, but we assume and hope they mean us. No harm. The folks McCarthy, Alaska, probably also felt safe around the neighbors and strangers who showed up to wait for their mail plane. The people who lived in the wilderness near McCarthy were bound together by the chosen lifestyle. They enjoyed their solitary lives but each week. They looked forward to gathering with their neighbors and socializing for an hour to while they waited for the mail plane to arrive everything changed on that. Fateful, day in nineteen eighty three male day would never be the same again. In nineteen eighty three lesson flow, Hagans home, in McCarthy Alaska was a gathering spot where the twenty two residents of the Kennecott McCarthy area waited for them weekly mail plane, the Heglig lived near the small airstrip where the plane landed and not only did they offer their hospitality, but even built an addition onto the front porch where they would leave uncollected mail and grocery, so nearby residents could drop by at their convenience to pick up their freight, the Hagans own the only two way radio in the area strong enough to communicate with outside world, and they relayed daily weather reports to the Federal Aviation Administration office in Cordova, the Hague house was more than just a place for the residents to sit and wait for the plane to arrive, except for the male plane pilot, the Hagans were McCarthy residents loan linked to civilization Tuesday, March first nineteen Eighty-three was male. Day. Mccarthy and Kennecott are located four miles from each other in the middle of the wrangle, Saint Elias, national park and preserve approximately one hundred twenty miles or one hundred ninety three kilometers northeast of Cordova, and two hundred and thirty miles or three hundred seventy kilometers east of Anchorage Rangel, Saint Elias encompasses area, about the size of West Virginia with four mountain ranges, converging in the park, the temperature fluctuates from fifty degrees below zero Fahrenheit, or minus, forty five point five degrees celsius in the winter to ninety degrees Fahrenheit or thirty two point two degrees celsius in the summer, the annual snowfall averages fifty two inches or one hundred and thirty two centimeters around the turn of the twentieth century, the richest concentration of copper, ever mined was discovered in the mountains above Kennecott, the town of Kennecott was developed as a place for the miners to work and live while. Mccarthy was developed as a place for the miners to play by the nineteen thirties. Most of the ore was gone, and Kennecott and McCarthy became ghost towns, the railroad track that was used to transport the ore soon fell into disrepair and became the McCarthy road, this road begins where the pavement ends and Chitra, sixty one miles or ninety eight point to claw Matrese to the west. And by nineteen eighty three the road was nearly impassable residents of the area were mostly stranded during the long winter of nineteen eighty three and they were dependent upon look forward to their Tuesday, mail play in nineteen Eighty-three McCarthy had no running water no telephones and no electricity, except for the power provided by individual generators, the independent souls, who called this remote area home had little contact with the outside world. So the weekly gathering to wait for the mail. Plane was a way to share news on February twen-. Ninety eight the night before mail day in Kennecott, four miles north of the McCarthy airstrip twenty nine year old Chris Richards played chess with his neighbor. Thirty nine year old Louis Hastings Hastings, and unemployed, computer programmer had moved to Alaska from California in nineteen eighty and had only lived in the kennicutt area for year according to Richard the evening was unremarkable. Just a friendly game between two neighbors. The following morning as Richard's cooked breakfast Hastings, again, appeared at his front door. Richard assumed Hastings was on his way to meet the mail plane. And he pushed open the door and invited Hastings in for tea riches, then turned his back to the door while he continued cooking his meal, a moment later Richards, felt something strike his right cheek shattering his glasses. He immediately ducked and the Velten object hit his head, he turned toward Hastings and saw the other man walking toward him the barrel of a pistol that. With a silencer protruding from his gloved hand ready to fire again Richards grabbed Hastings, and they began to struggle, while Richard screamed at Hastings to stop shooting Hastings, said, look, you're already dead. If you'll just quit fighting on make it easy for you Richards fumbled for a knife from the sink and stabbed Hastings in the left upper chest and the right leg Richards. Then fled the cabin into waist. Deep snow wearing only socks one slipper a t shirt, and light quarter, ROY pants, the temperature in Kennecott that morning was ten degrees, Fahrenheit, or minus seventeen point two degrees celsius, Hastings pistol jammed, and he grabbed the rifle he had stashed outside the cabin door while Hastings fired shots at him Richards fought his way three quarters of a mile or one point two kilometers up a steep hill to an unoccupied tourist lodge, where he found boots a parka and snow. Oh shoo Richard continued out the door of the lodge, but Hastings who had been following Richard's, bloody footprints thought Richards was still in the lodge. So he set the lodge on fire Richards, couldn't manage the snow shoes. So he staggered and then crawled one tenth of a mile or one hundred sixty one meters to the southwest to the cabin of Tim and Amy Nash, the Nashes were young couple who had just gotten married on Christmas day. And after a long honeymoon, they had only returned in the Kennecott area two weeks earlier Tim, and Amy bandage Richards wounds while he told them what had happened since Hastings appeared to be on his way to McCarthy where area residents would soon be gathering to meet the male plane Richards and the Nashes decided to arm themselves and head to the runway into the Heglig home to warn the others about Hastings. Meanwhile, fifty two year old Maxine Edwards left her husband at home while she crossed the froze. Kennecott river and proceeded to the Hegley house to await them. Plitt mail plane flow. Haglund fifty eight and less. Sixty four had lived in McCarthy since nineteen sixty seven and were considered the unofficial post master's by area residents. The Hegley were the heart of McCarthy and they provided a foundation for the independent loners, who called the area home if an area resident wanted to send a message to a friend or relative, or if a relative needed to contact one of the McCarthy residents with an urgent message. It was the Hegley who sent and received these communications on their side band radio. The Hegley and their home were central to the loosely..

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