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"mendota mental health institute" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"mendota mental health institute" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of 15 below it over when she'll advisory kicking in through the overnight Tomorrow Partly cloudy High of 12 right now, 12 degrees in Milwaukee at 301 from the WTMJ breaking news Center. Governor Evers says his budget plan will include a proposal to legalize recreational marijuana. The governor says the measure could generate $166 million in revenue. Well. The governor's proposal to legalize marijuana has its share of supporters. There are some still skeptical about it risks that it could pose legalizing marijuana state. Why doesn't come completely without consequence? People do get addicted to cannabis, just like any other substance After Angela Janice is a psychiatrist at the Mendota Mental Health Institute. She supports legalization, though with the proper support system in place absolutely need to normalize that some people do have problems with this and that treatment must be available for those people. As far as evidence. Marijuana is the gateway drug. Some Plane before more likely to be Oh, use one substance might be more likely to use another substance. But there's nothing particularly unique to cannabis about that Only buttock wtmj in Wisconsin will open its first community vaccination clinic next week. Governor Reverse Making that announcement today after weeks of Struggling to get people inoculated against the coronavirus either says his administration will work to open the first site in Fed on February 16th that will be in Rock County. The Wisconsin Health Department of Health Services reporting 543 new cases of covert 19 in the last day. Marcus Theaters may help with Cove in 19 vaccination distribution, the president and CEO or Elena Rodriguez tells the Milwaukee Business Journal that have health care officials are interested. They're more than glad to help out with their space. Rodriguez says Marcus would be willing to offer any location up indoor or outdoor in the parking lot. While a new government report shows progress in the vaccination effort in the fight against Cove in 1910% of the population of the United States have gotten at least one dose of a covert 19 vaccine and 3% of gotten their second toast. The report from the Department of Health and Human Services showing a 52% drop in covert 19 cases since the peak on January, 8th and the Copa tracking project says for the first time since November The country is reporting fewer than 100,000 cases a day. But despite improving trends across the country, many major metropolitan centers, including those in Texas, California, New York and Florida, Are still seeing high hospital admissions. Dave Packer ABC NEWS Former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial begins tomorrow and Washington's preparing the heavy security presence remains. There are still about 6000, members of the National Guard here. 500 National Guard troops are on standby to act as a rapid reaction force. Should there be any trouble fencing is still up around the capital and will be in place for the near future. The U. S Homeland Security Department warned the country could face a heightened threat of attacks by extremists, possibly targeting federal Or state government buildings. Ah, Capitol police spokeswoman said the heightened security will remain in place at least through the trial. Stay. Zealand CBS News Capitol Hill coming up So who had the most buzz worthy commercial unlimited WTMJ news time? Three or four Getting a flu shot helps us stay healthy, so we don't miss out on what matters like the family movie night. Your daughter can't live without..
"mendota mental health institute" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
"Named Harlow's off Encounters of Mary in nineteen seventy-three. She appeared twice in the nightclub. He said that her expression seemed to look right through you and also described her. She was about twenty four to thirty years old and a five foot eight or nine. Wonder what the yellow blonde hair to the shoulders as she warranties on a smooth curls coming down from the high forehead. She was really pale like she pouted her whole face and body and she out in this old dress up as yellowed like a wedding dress blocked in the sun. She said right next to the dance floor and wouldn't talk to him and she danced all by herself was pure what type of life, you know, people are saying who is this bizarre chicken? The strangest thing was even though we carted everyone who came in there nobody either 9 a.m. Or short pump in and they never saw her lie, you know. When Main and the other staff members tried to talk to the woman to see if she was okay the woman only shook her head another well-documented Mary encounter happened in 1979 to a cab driver that apparently came in contact with her near the intersection of Archer Avenue and Willow Springs road this story appeared in the Suburban Tribune and was told by the cabbie who identified himself is Ralph. It was a Thursday night and I was lost I dropped this big spender way to Hell. Palos Heights or Hills or someplace like that and I was trying to make my way back to the tollway. I just turned onto Archer down there where it's still a lonely road especially wage night and there she was just standing there with no coat on at the entrance is a little shopping center Knoll Cove, and it's one of those really cold ones off. She didn't put her some out or nothing like that. She just looked at my account. Of course. I stopped and a singer windshield car trouble or something. She stopped right in the front seat of you get on this fancy kind of white dress like she'd been to a wedding or something and those new kind of disco type shoes with the straps and death. She was a looker blonde. I didn't have any ideas like that. She was young enough to be my daughter twenty one times. I asked you where she was going, and she said she had to get home asked her what was wrong if she'd had car trouble or what, but she really didn't answer her. She was Fuzzy. Maybe she'd had a couple of drinks at something. It was just tired. I don't know. Oh, the only thing she really did say was that the snow came early this year, but other than that, it was just not what I asked and if we were supposed to just keep going to pack. Mainly she was just looking out the windows at the snow when the trees it was obvious that her mind was a million miles away. Maybe she'd smoked something wrong on drugs or something who knows a couple of miles of Archer and there she jumped with a star like a horse was like here here. I hit somebody's I looked around and didn't see any kind of house where I said and then she sticks her arm and points across the road to my left and says there and that's when it happened. I looked to my left off at this little Shack and when I turned she was gone just vanished and the door never opened. May the good Lord strike me dead. It never opened. There are literally dozens and dozens of stories just like these making Resurrection Mary the most seen ghost in the windy city, even those sightings and encounters home. Blocked off and the recent years they still occur does Mary exist. If you ever find yourself along Archer Avenue late at night, perhaps you can ask her don't be surprised. If you find yourself magically Enchanted by a ghostly Beauty called Resurrection, Mary. Hello, we are Mike and Zoe. Hello. Hi and this is the stories of strangeness podcast tonight. We're going to tell you a creepy Halloween tale wage Creepers out like okay, there is nothing creepier to me than True Crime and the creepiest of all True Crime cases is one involving a deranged find murder mutilation and grave-robbing here is the story of a man whose crimes are so heinous that he has served as the inspiration for many of Hollywood's most evil and terrifying villains including Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Norman Bates from psycho and Buffalo Bill from The Silence of the Lambs. I give you Wisconsin's Ed Gein Ed Gein lived in Plainfield, Wisconsin with his mother and brother games mother was an over The bearing and highly religious Lutheran matriarch who ruled over her two boys with an iron fist Ed was not allowed to make friends at elementary school. His mother punished him wage, he tried and both teachers and classmates recall him being quiet and shy but with some odd quirks and mannerisms such as suddenly bursting into seemingly unbidden laughter home currently amused by his own internal monologue both Ed and his brother Henry were confined to the family farm were not in school further stunting. Any chance for socializing ads mother would reach the boys from the Bible often concentrating on passages from the Old Testament that dealt with death murder and divine retribution and would preach to the brothers thought the world was inherently evil the drinking and immorality were instruments of the devil and that all women were prostitutes presumably she'd never heard of the epimenides Paradox. We're dead. Amenities who was from Crete declared or cretins a Liars or even the famous Groucho Marx line. I don't care to belong to any club that will have me as a member other accounts page her excluding only herself from the world's oldest profession. Ed's brother died under mysterious circumstances apparently succumbing to asphyxiation when a routine burning of marsh vegetation went awry and the fire got out of hand so far. So what you might think but although Ed reported his brother missing after the fire department that handled the blades authorities concluded that Henry had died before the fire had got out of hand and also he had bruises on his head Ed was suspected as the Killer and had the search party to the spot where Henry Lai despite reporting him as missing but this and the bruises alone were not sufficient evidence to convict or even arrested and so the death toll Is labeled an accident a few years later Ed's mother passed and Ed began to slide inexorably into madness. Although outwardly little had changed. I began to renovate The Farmhouse boarding up the rooms that his mother had used and moving himself into a single room off the kitchen which quickly deteriorated into something that would horrify. Even the hosts of orders during this time Ed kept mostly to himself becoming interested in Nazi cannibal adventure stories and death-cult magazines. If a subscription to death cult that's Adventures monthly isn't a warning flag, then I don't know what is but it was a different time I guess in November of nineteen fifty Seven local hardware store owner Bernice Worden went missing package. She was reported missing after her store remained closed all day despite having been seen there the night before the deputy sheriff was her son Frank who entered the storm. And found the cash register open and blood on the floor the last sale at the store had been to Ed Gein for a gallon of antifreeze investigators headed to the game Farmstead arresting ad and searching the property the property yielded much more than just Bernice wardens body, which had been strung upside down in his shed and gutted like a home as catch. She was decapitated her head having been hung in a burlap sack inside the home and her heart was found hanging in a plastic bag near the stove the body another Local woman. Mary Hogan was found in a similarly dismembered state. If only that with the worst of it but adds depravity knew No Boundaries edgin's Farm home was littered with human body parts bones. Beyond number were found both whole and in fragments skulls topped his bed posts and bowls and kitchen off. Pencils were found that had been made from skulls worse than this Ed's Nazi Fascination had also born a plethora of items crafted using human skin authorities found a way basket made from skin chairs upholstered with skin nine masks made from actual faces a belt studied with female human nipples a pair of lips repurpose into a window shade drawstring pole a corset made from a human female torso and a lampshade made from a human face. There were also various dismembered body parts found the house too, including fingernails organs in his fridge 10 female heads with the top song off for noses and the genitals of nine women were found in a shoe box. The game was up for gain who when asked immediately told police that he had made at least 40 visits to 3 local graveyards to dig up corpses for his Macabre Obsession dead. He claimed that he had made these trips while in a daze like State Police were unsure whether to believe gain an exhumed the bodies of eight women all of whom were found to be mutilated missing body parts included faces breasts genitals and strips of skin. Jean had made these nocturnal excursions with a trusted friend known only as gas after reading about the deaths in the local paper. Sometimes raiding their graves only hours after the funerals and carefully replacing the soil to avoid suspicion gain spoke of his desire to create a woman suit after his mother's death so that he could become her a fact that informed the actions of Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs. He told police how he would wear the skin shirt around the house at night and plays female genitals over his own groin to a complete the illusion despite the horror show in the House Ed was only ever charged with one murder that have Bernice Worden off. 1957 according to judge Robert H, Jean was not tried for the murder of Mary Hogan do too prohibitive costs despite gain admitting to the shooting of home games initial confession was also ruled to be inadmissible after it was alleged that Arch lay was sure a county sheriff had assaulted game during questioning apparently back in gains head and face against a brick wall clay died only a month after testifying against gain from a heart attack rumors circulated that the coronary failure had been brought on by having been traumatized by the horrors found at the house as well as stress from having to testify a friend of Schley is a pine that he was a victim of Ed Gein as surely as if he had butchered him. I said Not Guilty by reason of insanity and was declared unfit to stand trial a retrial was attempted in nineteen sixty-eight with doctors recommending that he was able to stand trial but despite wage. Found guilty Ed was once again declared insane and spent the rest of his life in a mental hospital. He died of respiratory and heart failure due to cancer at the Mendota Mental Health Institute on July 10th. Sixth Nineteen Eighty-Four. What do you think? Wow? Yeah, that's like I think it's like something it's like something and you have all these like horror movies and will need to use Silence of the Lambs think that's probably one that I'm most familiar with. Yeah, and you think God where must have pulled all of these awful things from to get this one person real life, but when actually that perhaps inspired three or four separate different, yeah, like horror genres. So the idea of Leatherface wearing human skin Myers came to him the woman bodysuit. Hello bill came from gain. Yeah, the idea of Norman Bates wanting to become his father contact from game. So it's not like, oh we've taken these three or four different horrible real life people and made them into a job. Terrifying person for a film it's completely opposite way round. Yeah and his crimes were so awful. Wow. Yeah, like there have been several films made about life of Ed Gein which you can look up on IMDb and the like yeah, some of them take more Liberties than others but most of them get the kind of gist of the story. Do you know how old his brother woke us when he was when he actually died. I can't quite remember how old his brother was bad was thirty-eight so she ate oh cuz I thought cuz that was quite a jump going from school to then by suppose if they didn't get out and do anything not much happened. No. No because he wasn't allowed to make friends cuz his mother punished him if he did then yeah, it was pretty much between straw and thirty-eight. He literally walk did nothing know he worked he worked as a local handyman and things like that and he works on the farm as well. Yeah, but yeah, there were a very insular family. Basically the father was a dog Rihanna Drunk and he left I think very early into its life. If not possibly even before he was born. I can't remember my head. But yeah, he left and the mother just decided that everything was awful and.
"mendota mental health institute" Discussed on Night Call
"It's like a grotto house like a coke bottle type house and you go there and Cambria. There's a guy who owns it I think he's trying to sell it. So obviously, we should make it the night call headquarters. Yeah. Have you guys ever been to the Hollywood Sculpture Garden? No Oh, my gosh, see it's it's a it's a it's a bit of a hike from from my current residents but it is. It is in somebody's yard. It's just a house. It's up in the hills kind of above featured Canyon I know what you're talking about. Yeah. It's very ticky tacky. Just a bunch of stuff like of you know the the the style is all over the map. but a lot of like mannequins and like vaguely sexy architecture and stuff like that and a lot of like you know stone collages and stuff like that. I just love when people decorate their houses weird. Yeah because it's so. It's so taken for granted that you have to have like a normal how that fits in with the neighborhood and obviously in La, you don't necessarily have to do that. Well, it's really heartening there because everything else around it just looks like different iterations on the house from Paris I and then you've got fray, we'll eyesore in the middle of it but it's Like very heartwarming to stay. So I was among a bunch of parasite houses. The other night we were doing a an action and it was like up in the bird streets which are up behind the sunset strip, and we walked past this house on the way to the house we are going to that had a million sculptures all over it of conquistadors and Samurai. And on. And on the roof were like elephants and you could just see there were like a weird waterfall or something in it just like the cool. The coolest Weirdest House I've ever seen which coked up agent. Live. Larry Flint. Lives there still I believe because my friend friend of the podcast Chang said Larry Flint lives around here somewhere I'm going to try and find his house, and then he called me and was like it was that Weird House that we walked by. All like. Crazy House. So I looked into that house it before it was owned by Larry Flint and was owned by sunny and share. It has apparently a red heart shaped by. Cool that Larry Flint left left in Then another friend of mine said that she worked on something where it was right next to that house, and so she could see into the Larry Flint House all summer and she was like, what crazy stuff am I gonna see at the Hustler House and that it was all. Old Guys that are friends of Larry Flint out in the yard and listening to old time music. I like when it's like with crazy things ain't going to see it. It's like they're still just some old old friends kicking kitschy style I. Love Old guys in the porn industry because they're so like overseeing naked women at this point, you know they're just like family men usually by the time they're like of a certain age they're like Oh. Yeah. I did all that and now I'm GonNa. Listen. To. RAG TIME WITH MY FRIEND We don't have time to read all of these emails. So we're just going to mention this one here. We also got an email from Zach about the flintstones house, which if you can just look them up on Wikipedia, you'll have a fun time it kind of looks like they're out of the simpsons. And they're located in Hillsborough California but those are fun to mention, but you just need to see them. We can't podcast is a Simpson's house call. We did a whole dome homes run while back, and now we're getting drawn back into dome home. So that's the only thought we were out. That's how I felt about the second nexium documentary. Just when I thought I was out. They pull me back in we also we you know we talked to we we started to transition a little bit into mounds last week, and we got an email from Catherine about the mounds of Wisconsin which I had no idea about but. She said true mount heads such as yourselves will probably be interested to learn about Wisconsin's effigy mounds and these date back to seven hundred BC and a lot of them are kind of formed as animals. Birds and turtles and buffalo and stuff like that and some aligned with the moon and Sun Sunrise set on the solstices or equinoxes, and there are about four thousand of them that survived to this day, which is why I never heard of these effigy mounds he's Wisconsin effigy mounds but she's she also that Madison still has a ton of them and one of them the largest. Effigy mound in the world, which is an eagle with a six, hundred, twenty, four foot wingspan along with a dozen other eagles I guess is on the grounds of the Mendota Mental, Health Institute formerly known as the Wisconsin, hospital for the insane where Ed Guy The serial killer who inspired the silence of the lambs and other famous horror stories spent the left last twenty years of his life. Wow Pretty. Wild stuff. Is Did you go see that Cat Nazca lines thing that just got discovered what this like a giant drying of a cat on a hillside in Peru like an ancient drawing. In so cool I love stuff like that. So. And you can still tell what it's supposed to be representative of it's interesting in this email about Madison having. So many of these mounds because it says that they're in city parks back yards. and. I'm just like imagine if you had a house with an ancient mound in the backyard, that's my dream Yeah No, they were She says that like the the soil from the mounds is is sometimes collected because it's like lucky mound dirt and Their Gardens you could make moon water and mound dern, and you could just totally transformed. Cell in our store, you will ascend It's also crazy that game connection is crazy first of all a game. It's either it's either gyn or gain I believe I have I don't know how to pronounce mid. Pronounce anything I looked this up right before we started but apparently it's so contentious you can say whatever you want me to say again. Ed Geene. Just, because he was famous for digging burial. Things up you know. So interesting you surrounded by Barrio mounts Have learned a lot about Ed Geene recently because I. Watch the Texas chainsaw. Massacre. which is one of three all time classic horror movies based on. Ed Geene. The other two are psycho and silence of the lambs. I find it an unpleasant horror movie. It's super unpleasant. No but I mean I like unplugged like horror movies are intentionally unpleasant clearly but I find that it leaves me with that scuzzy feeling that I can't shake that I don't. I'm a little allergic to the. Make. Making you can tell everybody super unhappy on. Yes fight it's. Good, and everybody dresses. Amazing. It's I. Find It cost of obviously it's Claustrophobic I just watched the fun house last night too, which is the other tober movie about like a scuzzy carnival. I. Mean his movies are scuzzy. That's what's cool about them. But like the ED geene story is super scuzzy and part of what's so creepy about it was that he was just like some guy. In a farmhouse and nobody knew he was digging up all these bodies to make lampshades out of people yeah. but I also heard 'cause I watched that Errol Morris documentary. I didn't know this but errol Morris was going to dig up at gains mother to see if he had dug up the body and done something with it just based on. that he probably did psycho stuff yup. And he was going to do it and he invited Verner Herzog and they were GonNa do it together just on a trip? Buddies he was like a fan of of burner. Her soggy never met him before this is when he was. Young, my husband plays Errol Morris in short film currently at festivals about all of this specifically. Yeah then Errol Morris. Totally worst out you freaked out here. It's like I can't dig up body. And that is when Bernie Herzog said like if this guy makes movies, eat my shoe and then he had he did he did he also like through a ton of like wads of bills that Errol Morris who then like threw it out the window I it's it's a very interesting and strange friendship I like it I would love to get aero, Moran and Verner Herzog on my call Oh man I would say no very on on night call. Me Half. We could just ask him about some mountains, mounds and rids they could be they could cause play the mound in the rid and have. A building personified conversation. You guys ever think about how weird it is that we like Berry de people who yeah. What else are we supposed to do with them though? Just, leave him be a lot of people burn..
"mendota mental health institute" Discussed on Creepify
"As Max game was also considered a suspect in several other unsolved cases in Wisconsin including nineteen fifty-three disappearance of Evelyn Hartley Lacrosse Babysitter during questioning county. Sheriff Archie Lee rewarded assaulted gin by banging his head and face into a brick wall. As a result initial confession was ruled admissible. She died of heart failure at age. Forty three in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight four gins trial many. You knew she. Li said he was traumatized by the war against grimes. And this along with the fear of having to testify especially about assaulting gin caused his death one of his friends said he was a victim of Ed Gin as surely as if he had butchered him in nineteen twenty one nineteen fifty seven. Gin was arranged in one count of First Degree Murder County court where he pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. Gin was diagnosed schizophrenia and found mentally incompetent thus unfit for trial. He was sent to the Central State Hospital for the Kimberley Insane. Now the Dodge Correctional Institution a maximum security facility in Wisconsin and later transferred to the Mendota State Hospital and Madison Wisconsin in nineteen sixty eight doctors determined. That game was mentally able to confer with counsel and participate in his defense. Trial began. Nineteen sixty eight and November seven and it lasted one week. Psychiatrist testifying again at told him. They did not know whether the killing of Bernie's warden was intentional or accidental. Gin told him that while he examined a gun in warden store. The gun went off killing warden. Gin testified that after trying a loaded bullet into the rifle discharged. He said he had not aimed the rival warden and did not remember anything else. That happened that morning at the request of the defence against trial was held without a jury would judge Robert Gomer. Presiding game was found guilty by Gomer on November fourteenth. A second trial dealt with gain sanity other testimonies by doctors for the prosecution defence. Gomorrah again not guilty. By reason of Insanity an ordinance him committed to the Central State Hospital for the criminally insane gained spent the rest of his life in a mental hospital. Judge Goma wrote due to prohibitive cost game was tried for only one more murder that of Mrs Warden also admitted to killing Mary Hogan Adkins House at one hundred ninety. Five Acre property were appraised at four thousand seven hundred dollars to nowadays money at forty two thousand dollars. He's possessions were scheduled to be auctioned March thirtieth nine hundred fifty eight amidst rumors that the house and land is student. Might be on a tourist attraction early that morning on March twentieth. The house was destroyed by a fire. Deputy Fire Marshal reported that a rubbish fire had been set. Seventy five feet away from the house by cleaning crew tasked with disposing of trash further. The hot coals were recovered from the spot of the bonfire and from the fire from the bonfires. Location did not travel along the ground in the house are suspected of the cause of the fire was never officially determined. When gin learned of the incident while in detention he shrugged said just as well Ganz Nineteen Forty Nine Ford Sedan. Which he used to haul. The bodies of his victims was sold at public auction for seven hundred and sixty dollars in equivalent money of nowadays of six thousand seven hundred dollars to a carnival sideshow operator bunny. Gibbons Gibbons charged carnival-goers twenty five cent admission to see GIN died at the Mendota Mental Health Institute due to respiratory failure secondary to lung cancer on July twenty sixth nineteen eighty four at the age of seventy seven over the years souvenir seekers ship pieces from his gravestone at the plainfield cemetery until the stone itself was stolen in two thousand is recovered in June. Two thousand one near Seattle and was placed in storage and the county sheriff's department gravesite itself now is unmarked but not unknown. Gin is set between his parents and brother in a cemetery. I hope you enjoy this week on crucified. I hope I struck a nerve or gave you. That feeling is if you're gladys daylight or you're freaked out because as nightfall if you have a creepy store you want me to tell us a segment increased by then send me a DM on twitter story. You've heard of or experienced yourself and I'll read it aloud episodes. Now you can subscribe on Itunes. Google play pod bean or wherever else you listen to your podcast offer free now. If you feel need support my show you can do so my patriotic now. If you're waiting for my next episode drop feel free to check out my podcast host. It's called Luke News L. E. E. W. T. news for an upbeat kind is scary social podcast. But until next episode just remember to stay safe and watch out the darkness..
"mendota mental health institute" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A home anymore but I see it here see it somewhere else I pick it up I read online almost everything is in the I'll be a condensed version of the market you're not set on I got the bass is that the local papers to do a great job I read the story last week and you'll realize soon enough why it mattered to me so the story was about a person stepped in front of a train and while it's also last Tuesday night name is Keith Kallada well that name probably means nothing to most people if you read the story you'll realize why it's important I'm I'm guessing that people saw it as a guy stop the from a train committed suicide end of story right he was sixty one years old the reason it matters to me is he was married to somebody that was a friend of mine in high school wonderful person Debbie Ulick and a long time ago Mister Keith Kallada we had some issues serious mental health issues essentially slaughtered his wife and their two children in the Milwaukee home his children were foreign to their name for Constance and Jacob police found those three individuals huddled together each had been stabbed more than twenty times he was responsible for the killing served many years in the Mendota mental health institute was was actually which this is the kind of the stunning part was released in two thousand three one thing on that I understand the mental health makes people apparently do things that normal people wouldn't do but in the world that I live in if you slaughter and stab your children and your wife in your own home for no reason not to there with any ever be a reason you're not get nods until you are in a similar position all let's just say it dead in my world mental health or otherwise now at some point he got out two thousand three professionals people that saw him felt he was whether the fixed is the right term he had made recovery from his issues enough that he could be released well in two thousand ten whatever they said he was accused of slapping a woman pulling your hair and showing a knife at the time of his death he was wearing an ankle bracelet this is a this is a troubled individual but in my world again this is where the more to the story comes he slaughtered his family in his home he did not deserve to ever be out of his the mental health facility or prison or whatever and it goes to this point that I I put my wife about this if you really hate somebody this is kind of outside of this sorry to the point where you want to kill them there's a reasonable expectation if you're young enough you'll be walking the streets again you've eliminated the person you hate you will be out on the streets again happens every day almost every day in the states is that fair is that the kind of world we want to live in I understand there has to be sentences I understand there's varying degrees of intense landing the goals of the people to try to kill other people I get all that I'm not a lawyer but I remember W. lick she did nothing wrong and she was slaughtered in our home along with the two children four and two buried in Forest Lawn cemetery and I'm thinking to myself yeah he may have had demons and Matt yeah he stopped in front of a train while Tulsa that's not the story here to me and I'm not trying to come down and people have mental health issues trust me I've known families personally the men of impacted by this I know it's incredibly difficult to deal with you're not getting the help you need to do anything about it's but if you do something like this just the just the side of it doesn't make sense that a person like that should remain in a facility that can actually deal with whatever issues are are going on not be back out struggling with those same demons at one point in this case of keep Kallada assaulting a woman seven years after he got out did they really conquer his demons I understand the story read story written by Bruce fell Merion case the market journal Sentinel people that knew him said he they never would have guessed that he would have been they didn't always store didn't know that in all those years ago had killed and slaughtered his family was on didn't know that so it was a model volunteer the place he was working I don't care he should have been on the streets I'm glad he's dead and maybe that's wrong may that's not sensitive to people have mental health issues I'm glad he's gone because you slaughtered three people they were in essence anywhere is his own family when you read stories it's not just about the story you read some of the people behind the store and I happen to know W. like and she didn't deserve the fate she got this is Steve AT cell on WTAM.