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Fresh "Mesa" from Pat Walsh
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Fresh update on "mesa" discussed on KOGO's Evening News
"Inland High's getting into the mid nineties and near 100 in the foothills and we have an excessive heat warning Friday through Monday, right now, Alpine it 80 for La Mesa, 81 laborious 70 Downtown San Diego 75 GOGO NEWS time. 6 41 Joe Biden is officially welcomed his running mate to the Democratic presidential ticket. Former Vice President Joe Biden says California Senator Camilla Harris is ready for the job and wants her to be the last voice in the room before a big decision. I always tell me the truth, which he will Challenge my assumptions, and she disagrees. Ask the hard question, Harris recalled. Her time is California's attorney general working with Biden son Beau who was a G for Delaware before his death. And when I would ask him, where'd you get that? Where'd this come from? He'd always talk about His dad. The first joint appearance for Biden and Harris lacked the usual fanfare for a major campaign event because of the Corona virus pandemic. It was held inside a Wilmington high school without supporters. That's Sharon Halpern reporting, the state is turning the corner in the fight against covert 19. That's how the governor described the situation during his latest briefing, heard Live on Kogo today. Governor says the number of cases hospitalizations and I see youse are all trending down. These are specific proof.
Fresh update on "mesa" discussed on Mac and Gaydos
"Board president can, Brock said they didn't make this decision lightly. We've studied this. We really truly want what's best for the students. And that has been our focus. There's that have also decided to offer an in person learning option include the Joo comes unified School District in Santana Valley, the East Valley Institute of Technology in Mesa and the American Leadership Academy Charter schools. Let the city know Katie Air News Mesa Golf Land Son Splashes the latest Valley business to Su governor Doug Ducey over having to be closed during the pandemic. General manager Stephen Carlston says Sunsplash was forced to close while other water parks were allowed to re open despite not having any covert 19 cases when they were open at the start of the summer. The thing we've heard the most, especially right when the closure came was people encouraging us to stay open and defiance and and I think the quote best use from a majority of them was Get the power. On Monday, the state Health Department released a list of benchmarks water parks can use to reopen safely, girl, Sin says. Even if they hit the benchmarks in the next few weeks, most of the summer season's already gone. Former vice president Joe Biden has held his first campaign event with his new running mate, Kamala Harris in Delaware, Biden and Harris, looking to draw contrast not between themselves as they did during the primary, but contrast between their campaign in President Trump's focusing on an optimism for the American dream. Biden says that America is about possibility and people are limited only by their imaginations. Both Biden and Harris stressing to voters the importance of this election. Our Children Kind of country.
Fresh "Mesa" from The John Phillips Show
"For your first to sponsor job post at indeed dot com slash high impact terms and conditions apply. K B C weather tonight mostly clear in the evening, then partly cloudy lows in the lower to mid sixties. Southwest winds around 15 miles per hour in the evening. Tomorrow mostly cloudy highs. Fromthe lower to mid seventies at the beach is to the mid eighties to around 90 inland. 20% chance of showers in the morning. Right now, in downtown L A. It's 88 degrees and see No has 93. Costa Mesa has 75. The dialogue started here in the sixties, and the dialogue continues here Now where Southern California comes to talk. 7 90 k A. B C Now here's Katie. Why, thank you, Mr Kevin Trip. How about them? Halos? 10 strikeouts from Dylan Bundy for Halo. Homer's up the Angels Shut up the A six. Nothing. Dylan Bundy. I would like to present you With the Tina Turner treatment. The Angels were playing their finale against Oakland right now and what Mike track and a home run in the first inning. Tina's getting lots of royalty checks. Today. The Dodgers lost the Padre six to Game three against San Diego at 6 30 Tony Gonzalez starting for the Blue Clipper Snugs in six. Lakers Kings tomorrow at 10. 30. Kobe Day is going to be 8 24 So We're all going to cry that day because this year sucked even way before Cove. It started and now let's check in with the Chargers..
Torrance backs away from fining those who don’t wear face masks when required in Los Angeles
"No fines in the city of torrents. Torrents City Council voted unanimously late last night to shoot down a proposal to find people for not putting on a face covering here. City Council member Heidi Ashcroft and hopefully those around us that they're not socially distant thing and wearing mask their friends will encourage them to do it. Council member Mike Griffiths. I just really think that force mint policy well, actually probably create more problems than it will solve, and I'm really not for enforcement on this kind of stuff. Local cities that are finding people For going mask free include Manhattan Beach, Santa Monica, West Hollywood. Beverly Hills, Calabasas is Costa Mesa and
Los Angeles - State Orders Cary Jay Smith To Register As Sex Offender, Again
"Been a change will change here coming out of Santa Ana. Convicted sex offender carry J. Smith. Will once again be required to register as such, according to the Orange County District attorney Todd Spitzer. At least somebody has their finger on what to do here. But Spitzer initially told eyewitness news the governor Newsome was expected issue an executive order requiring Smith to do so later retracted this statement. According Spitzer The state attorney general's office had taken Smith off the sex offender list back in 2005 when it was informed that no criminal records were found for Smith wonder why? I mean, there's a 1,000,000 guys with that same name, but authorities in Orange County on Ly learned Of his whereabouts and where the 59 year old Smith was and released from a mental hospital earliest months following than 20 years in confinement, so a letter sent Friday to Spitzer The state Attorney General Javier Ah, Sara, said that the department Had been trying to obtain documentation regarding the individual's criminal history and multiple criminal justice agencies. Right. Just make this guy register. What's wrong with everybody. I am and not only register, Let's pick him up for something before. Look if this guy goes out there and rapes a small boy and kills a small boy I think we all have blood on our hands right that we just let this happen that there wasn't a tremendous outrage, an outpouring of anger, so he Smith could be served with that order as early as tonight. So since his release He has moved several times across Southern California, setting off warnings to local communities and law enforcement. He's currently at a health care facility in Costa Mesa. So watch your kids in Costa Mesa because this guy said he's going to When he gets out he was going to sexually assault, rape and kill small boys. What more do we need? So while he was confined to a mental hospital, he testified, having fantasies about raping and killing young boys. He also said that he liked to go by Mr R. T K standing for Mr Rape, torture and kill. In 1985 he pled guilty to misdemeanor sexual offence involving a child and was compelled register as a sex offender. That requirement was removed by the state in 2005 and nobody knows why. But he was admitted to a psychiatric facility back in 1999 after his wife provided a letter in which Smith described sex acts and warned that a seven year old boy who lived in the neighborhood could be next. So. You're in the district Attorney's office in 5 4002 filed 20 felony counts against this guy. This guy's still out there, man. That was way out there and he doesn't even after register is a sex offenders. Tim, I do have some good news about that We are going. We spoke. We had Corbett on live a little bit ago and well, reiterate it in the in the news right now, But Governor Newsome is expected to issue an order that will require him to To register. All right. How about an issue? How about Ah, issue a requirement to put him in jail for the rest of his life on that front? Hopefully the Holy the next the next quarter hour tease. Yes, absolutely All right, But this is it's crazy. If we allow this in this country, and where does it happen? California right A
"mesa" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Please confront about the images he tells them I didn't and they're like now. Come on. Do we have pictures? This is you. He was like. Now's not. And like Terry yet is he was like no. And this went back and forth for hours, and the officers finally reached end of their shifts, and they had to go home for the night and the next forgot. He got hired again. Is Another gym teacher? Maybe! I would have been able to. Keep that lie going when we bring was. Anyway! I was just hoping that people will be. Our is the OH. fucking rest of this, so those were all the suspects. All of them were real people except for Terry Allen Longmire so many bags. Seems to me. There's about a ninety percent chance that Lorenzo Montoya or Joseph Blair Ak Pani Sniff Mc Dick. Probably did do it. One of those guys is dead. The other will likely die of old age in prison I hope it is one of those guys that means the West Mesa, bone collector. Is No longer murdering. The case of course is still an open investigation on September. Twenty first two thousand seventeen designed plans for memorial park in honor of the West Mesa murder victims was unveiled the Albuquerque Parks and recreation department city councillor Kalisz Clarisa Panya are released details after years of work on securing land and funding, and it actually was just finally completed a few weeks ago. June twenty, seven, two, thousand twenty. I wish I. Wish more was dumb, but I'm glad something. It's A. It's not a big park. Park! Been Morial, not even a plaque and there's a little bit outrage that there wasn't even plaque given, and I gotta say I understand. It's just grass a concrete semicircle benches. But the size of a backyard, but at least they got you know you know. They did something and they've got the location. The moral stand just. Feet from the original excavation site better than nothing I guess I just expected more when I initially heard the word memorial. July of two thousand eighteen. Some more bones found west Mesa just a quarter to a half mile south of the pit. People originally like Oh my God. They discovered another mass grave site for the for the bone collector. Lot of people very worried. No turns out ancient American Indian bones likely from the years eleven hundred eleven hundred to thirteen hundred ce. According to the office of the medical investigator, so not not the bones of more murder victims. Thank God. but there are still at least thirteen women on detective. Lopez lists that have yet to be found eleven women ma'am. Scary case right one was pregnant murdered dumped in the desert, just outside of Albuquerque as much as I hate to say, no one will likely ever be charged with their murders. The cases about as cold as they come no hard evidence, just bones bones don't have perpetrator DNA on them. If they ever had any to begin with no murder weapon, no method of murder, no exact date of the murders. Thankfully it appears at least something good has come out of these unsolved cases, a better relationship between local sex workers and law enforcement albuquerque. While there are still players on opposite sides of the spectrum new. Mexico police are now more willing to investigate rape and assault allegations in prostitution world, the softer approach of trying to protect sex workers, instead of prosecute them has begun to open a dialogue between sex workers and law enforcement, which allows law enforcement to watch over them and protect them more effectively are the goal is to prevent another west Mesa bone case from ever happening. I wonder how much better relationship would be still if if L. Vice was legalized and I put that on my notes been before I was the my brain was. Where is now? But then they wouldn't have to be on opposite sides the legal system I mean I wish prostitution's legal everywhere now because I have any interest in pain for sex. I think it's the safest most logical choice. Because you know where a lot of prostitutes are almost never murdered Nevada. The only State America where prostitution is still legal sex workers working in legal brothels protected by armed guards. They have schedules where people know when they're supposed to be there when they're not people checking up on them. Isn't that better than just being out on the cold streets now being driven some maniacs trailer by their pen boyfriend Nevada brothel rooms have panic buttons. Buttons girls to alert security. If a client gets rough, also safe sex encouraged legal brothels in a much more effective way than it is out on the street, legal sex workers can't keep working. They test positive for HIV AIDS, the Nevada health and Human Services Monitors Legal Nevada, and if a sex worker test positive then they're done. They don't get to work anymore. I can't know for sure, but I just feel like a lot less marginalized women would die like the women who ended up in the West Mesa you know bone collectors pit, if prostitution was legal, the only arguments I hear against legalizing prostitution or subjective morality arguments, not practical ones. Prostitution's called the world's oldest profession for a reason always been around, not going anywhere. Now. There's always going to be people who wants to xp can't get it. you know or can't get the kind they want less. They pay for it, and there's always going to be people willing to sell their bodies or people who want to. I just think if you can't stop it, you.
"mesa" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"And prostitution. One of Joseph blaze main things. Frequent into company of women working in the war zone throughout his life. Is Adult Life after serving time you get arrested again for women. Stick out in front of. mcadoo bunch of Random Woman, the twenty first century and physically abusive. Piece of meat sack, real gem of man both ex wives said he was a cruel and violent nineteen ninety-seven. He was charged with battery in two thousand eight. He was charged with aggravated assault, inflicting great bodily harm on household member with deadly weapon. Yes to ex wives both confirmed is prostitution habits, feelings about prostitutes and generals who investigators? These poor ex-wives to my God so sad. HOW LOW SELF ESTEEM! When you know your husband, your abusive husband has a prostitution habit fucking sad and creepy. craziest, both of his Ex's said Blair would collect items from sex workers and other women. He slept with or claim to a slight with as little trophies little trinkets. Most the time panties sometimes also swiped some of their jewelry. fucking such cartoonish dirtbag! When officers searched home, it was discovered that this creed motherfucker had an quote. An alarming amount of panties and other jewelry stashed around his home much. I find that humorous. An alarming amount of panties. The super creep ice picture go over his house, sitting on the couch, having a beer. Then noticing you know like the coaching just doesn't feel right feels like a little lumpy. Then when he gets up to use the bathroom check onto of the cushion, there was like five pair of the paintings of their ask for weird. PUT The question back? You Know Blake comes back. You're talking. You just look past play under fewer pairs of panties up on top of the fridge. Start Thinking. Who has this many pairs of panties laying around? Know he goes at your beer down coffee table. Almost spill it because you set it down earring another pair of panties. Use the bathroom. She couple more pairs of panties behind the toilet. Couple necklaces bracelet on the bathroom counter next to sink. Go after washing your hands or go to dry your hands. You think you're using the towel at first and he's like. A pair of panties. got. Painting, sniff, mctighe, whipper and you're crazy amounts of panties. Hawks clearly it looks like it could be the guy. The damning phone call from the X. Both exit saying horrible things about him that the plant tag connects him to one of the bodies the fact, the frequent the area where the bodies were found the fact that he knew many of the lays working the war zone that the collected the trinkets like a fucking serial killer. His vocal hatred of prostitutes, history of sex crime res- history of violence towards women. No one's surprise if the officer says some point, this is the. Investigators interviewed some of sex workers area about Blair many said they knew him, and the only had negative things to say about him. Of course in one case, a sex worker said that she had gone back to his house tire up. She wasn't into it. He persisted. You broke. Free got away. She warned other sex workers to stay away from Pani Sniff mctighe waiver. And, what I'M GONNA. Tell you now makes him look even worse. It's even more self. It's funny I just worked on his notes couple of hours ago and I've forgotten everything. This is all like a surprise to me. Is I find? Efforts. Two Thousand Eight arrests for attacking a family member DNA sample was taken. When the DNA results came back. Play was definitively linked. One Hamish to one heinous crime. It was found to be a potential match for several others. The, for sure heinous crime, he was linked to happened twenty years prior in nineteen, Eighty, eight thirteen year. Old Girl has been raped at knife point in her own house, my God by a man who escaped Al being identified. Choubey the first of many to later identify. Pani, sniff, MC dipper right. That was the perpetrator. So many in fact would come forward. This attacker would would become known as the mid school molester. that. Play was charged with enough kidnappings and sexual assault. The thirty six year prison sentence in two thousand fifteen. He was so guilty. A jury convicted him in fifteen minutes, and now the sixty one year old will almost certainly die in prison, and there's even more during this Guy Blaise DNA was found on a prostitute, left dead on a curb and ninety five. He never charged connection with her death. she, he's so you know, but he has been definitively linked to at least one sex workers death, and it's been reported that in recent years Blair has made comments to his cellmates, about known a number of the West Mesa Victims One cellmate when a record saying that a one case. He said he hit one of the women. They found later in the pit. Tried to rob him after sex, so did he do it? so far my money is actually still on Lorenzo Montoya which is barely, and only because he died in two thousand and six not too long after the body stopping buried in the pit, Blair was still free living in the area from two thousand and sixty thousand eight. Did he stop killing for years like Cyril, or sometimes do? Or did he You know starring women different location although that's possible. There are numerous other missing sex workers who disappeared during those years. okay time for three more possible suspects will see make it. Oh Man, my brain's been so hard. Just quick look these Scotland Kimball. Robert, Howard, Bruce and Terry Allen Longmire. One of these dudes looks real real bad as Scotland Kendall murdered I mean they're all piece of shit, but it looks real bad as far as connection to the West Mesa case. Scotland Kimball murdered at least four people between January two, thousand, three, August, two, thousand, four in Colorado and Utah, while he's being tried for those crimes crimes he pled guilty to. It was revealed that he'd been operated as an FBI informant at the time. Whoops. became a little bit of a scandal. The fact that the F. B. I. Had technically employed a serial killer he'd been hired to help bust a huge mattering every math again..
"mesa" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Of his known victims were African American. Hispanic Walter e else is the only known serial killer to be taken somewhat seriously as a suspect in the West Mesa murders. one suspect who has taken seriously for a while. Well actually that's not. That's not true. There was a a more a more minor way. I should I shouldn't say minor. Less. Prolific serial killer also considered a suspect one suspect who was taken seriously for a while the local dirtbag named Fred Reynolds Fred Reynolds in Albuquerque, native who'd spent time in California's Bay area died of natural causes the month before the bodies were found January of two thousand nine. Is a veteran of the local New Mexico sex trade worked in Albuquerque as a pimp. In the city for years he owned and operated a company called have mercy escorts. In the last years of his life had several run INS with APD for prostitution, related offenses arrested in both nineteen, ninety eight and two thousand one he knew several of the murdered women found in the pit, even had nude photos of one of them. Seems this pick was a promotional photo. He used to market. The woman online with the police said they found other photos of missing sex workers in his house never released their identities. The APD would also learn the just months before his death, October two thousand eight Reynolds had made enquiries into these missing women, even trying to track them down to friends and family. One friend of a West Mesa victim. Named Doreen Marquez said this an interview. He told me he was a former heroin addict himself and this was the reason he wanted to help the women that worked for him. He wanted them to have a good life. So is it possible that a former pimp? was trying to make things right towards the end of his life I mean yeah, maybe. Seem that way to a few the victims families you know. He was quickly cleared as suspect soon after he was cleared, another suspect was linked to the crimes. If he a tire tracks discovered multiple times on satellite images, the seem to lead towards his mobile home less than two miles from the pit. The owner of the home was a huge piece of shit named the Renzo Montoya Man. This dude for sure could be the West Mesa bone collector. on toilet along was no stranger to the police in December of two thousand six local prostitute named Sharia? Hill was in regular contact with the Renzo Online. She arranged me with him at his trailer on December. Seventeenth, she was driven to Montoya's mobile home by her boyfriend and also pimp. Frederick Williams, he parked down the street waiting for her to do her thing. After an hour past Frederick made his way to Montoya's to see what was going on. What the fuck by the way how to be your girlfriend's pimp. Pimp just weird to be professional exploiter of women, not good extra weird I think that depends a woman you're dating like. How did she introduce him to people as Fred? Fred is heavily heavily involvement. Lizzie not only does. He sometimes plays it. He also literally sells it I mean. I don't know it's fucking crazy. Williams are returned to pick Shariq up at the end of the hour. Frederick said he found his girlfriend dead at the hands of Montoya apparently after Sexist Hill until strangler raptor and tape blankets, and a cord started dispose of her remains. I mean what the fuck. He did this with her pimp right down the street. Who was this Maniac Williams? Allegedly arrived just a moment. Dimond toy was carrying his limp body trunk car, and when confronted Montoya until you start to move towards him and Williams shot and killed him. And longtime friend of the show and former pimp chicken joe.
"mesa" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Which had a distinct painting design on it to media outlets, and both Albuquerque and Denver in hopes that someone who painted nail might come forward. That just didn't happen, or if it did happen, you know. The investigators never shared that with the press. Doreen, Marc Marquez Twenty, seven another victim. She loves jewelry, fashionable clothes at a huge personality, according to friends and family. She always did her hair always their nails always beautiful. Her friend Frederica guarded with would say later. The girl was gorgeous. She was going to say I'M GONNA I'M GONNA pull my hair back today I. don't care how I look. She went to West Mesa high school where she was a cheerleader, later had two daughters, who she was totally devoted to throw an extravagant birthday parties for them, but then as the girls got older marquesses boyfriend, he became incarcerated after that she's now raising the girls alone, and then she turns to drugs star spend less time with her. Daughters started leaving them with her sister. Other family members I had kicked her out of my house. That was the last time I saw her said Julie Bubbles. Gonzalez Marquez sister. I just told her. You know it's better if you just go whenever you feel like you're. You're not gonNA use, or you just want somewhere to come and each shower whatever my doors open. But then she never came back and do the right thing, but doing the right thing Alma still haunt her. Fredrika Garcia said the last time she saw Marquette's. Her know that she'd like to help her with her addiction, but then Marquez refused. Now like she lived this lifestyle from eighteen to twenty seven, Garcia said it wasn't like that was like the last year for life. She having problems before that to such a really good mom. She's around twenty seven when she disappeared, friends say. Police reported that she was last seen drop a child off at. Calvary Christian Academy on. Lead southeast near University. On October of two thousand three, unlike many women whose bones were found in the West Mesa. Marquez did not have any prostitution arrests, but police. Did believe that. She engaged it unless now many years later. Her daughter is still decorates her mom's grave with butterflies and wind chimes. Finding, the last known victim I have not introduced of Veronica Romero twenty-seven, reported missing by her family on Valentine's Day two thousand, four, like many of the other. Victims Veronica once you know very promising life. Took, a detour and drugs and prostitution and. She had to. She had A. Prostitution to feed the drug habit. Little, else seems to publicly have been written about Veronica. Now. Let's talk about Albuquerque's mean streets. I want I didn't want to crack. Out of respect for the victims at Holy Shit, my mind is bending hard. For, each of the victims talking about the tech showed up in a different color. It was blue for one. It was pink for another. I know has none of those colors. That's what my brain is processing. Everything S and I was I had waves going through me for one of the rates of the, and then for another read vibrating. So just in real weird. MUSHROOM HOW WEIRD THAT SLOW! fucking mushroom goes on the ground. Once. These women were identified roughly year after the first FEMUR was found. Please promised to families of the victims it solve. The murders would be a top priority. In addition to numerous APD, detectives work on the murders FBI profiles who brought in along with other outside investigators who all tried to figure out how the bones lead, women had wound up in the pit. Officially the cause of death for all the women homicidal violence, but the truth was medical. Examiner's forensic experts had no fucking idea. How many of these you know how how these victims were killed to this day? No witnesses have come forward. There was virtually no frenzy evidence found at site. All the. Of Victims remains reduced to nothing more than bones. By the time they were found hence the moniker, the West Mesa bone collector, other worse, some suspects out Man Just like an alphabet murders episode. There's some fucking dirty birds hanging around everywhere. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk about the suspects here real soon, but we have a little bit more context cover i. and. Before. We get to that context. I do have a real quick here. A little sponsor we have to get to so it's a little tough for me today to transition to a sponsor the.
"mesa" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Her knowledge followed up on. An Diana was not the only mom to hear these rumors Karen Jackson the mother of victim. Michelle Valdez. Valdez she heard similar stories. Karen knew that her daughter Michelle was closed with them. alcs and she heard rumors that the two had been stabbed in buried out in west. Mesa can report before the pit was discovered that Michele's sister Camila Camille had gotten a phone call from one of Michelle's friends, offering condolences, saying that she'd heard the Michelle had been quote stabbed a bunch of times and thrown out somewhere did a local cop killer these girls I mean. I guess it's possible. Rumors. The murders remain unsolved. So you know a lot of things are possible based on some of the suspects. We have coming up though I don't think it's likely that a crooked cop killer. These girls I think it's likely that a regular old civilian dirtbag did when I will mention soon. Let's actually look good cop. Now. The one detective who've been compiling the list of missing sex workers years before the pit was ever discovered detective idol Lopez. Lopez grown up in Albuquerque was inspired at young age to be a police officer by GRANDPA. She became an officer for the same reason, the most due to try and do some goodness world after graduating with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice in Spanish from the University of New Mexico. Lopez attended the local police academy. when she graduated personal details are sparse for detective Lopez. I, do know she was the undercover officer who infiltrated those not real underground gathering. Play the death tournaments. I mentioned earlier by made that. I know that for sure my heart of hearts, the magic mushrooms. They told me that was true. told me that was true somewhere. That was told me that the walls behind me. After graduating from the Academy Lopez joined. APD is an uninformed officer. And after several years kicking ass for her city on the streets became a detective. You would consistently find herself in part of the city that the Albuquerque Journal describes the zone in one, thousand, nine, hundred one. Two Thousand I. Wish You guys can see? Now, this is fucking crazy. Doesn't pertain to the story at all. I. Know is not GonNa matter but man I'm not looking the wall right now. That I was looking at fifteen minutes ago, two thousand, nine and New York Times would call the area neighborhood of housing projects heroin sex shops near the University of New Mexico great heroine and Meth. Lot of bad candy to be had the roughest neighborhoods of Albuquerque. After Leib after a leave of absence, due to a battle with a few personal health problems Lopez returned to work folks on the areas missing people. One of those people was Michele Val debts. The Second West Mesa victim identified by the one who was four months. Pregnant has Lopez Doug about as chaotic and tragic life. She started to see similarities between several other Latino. Women who've missing from the war zone. She started her list. And it would soon include twenty four two dozen young women. Only seventeen would have available dental records. Before some of their bodies started turning up in the pitch. You had a hard time getting supporter. Fellow officers to try and track these women down find out where they went in two thousand seven two year before the bodies began to be found journalist name Maggie, Sheppard. She did want to help Lopez. She went along with the ride along with Lopez to got to talking about our list. Maggie noted the law enforcement was not very interested in time at follow up on the cases. She said in an interview on NPR in two thousand ten. They weren't trying to make it seem like anything other than what it was. A list of missing prostitutes the disappearances did interest shepherd and she wrote in You know we're interested. Does this reporter? She wrote an article about him. In the now defunct. Albuquerque Tribune titled The Missing in September two, thousand seven. It included pictures of sixteen these women. The article did not pick up much team. Detective Lopez's list continued to matter to almost no one other than idol as Maggie Shepherd until two thousand nine by the time spring, two thousand nine rolled around investigators found the remains of three additional victims of the pit, bringing the body count to eleven, women and one unborn child. It would take nearly a year to identify the mall, and if it wasn't for Lopez or lists, several of them may have never been identified here all their names and their ages. The time disappeared also all, but one of these victims Hispanic. Jamie Burela fifteen my God man fifteen Monica Candelaria twenty-one Victoria Chavez, twenty, six Virginia, an cloven, twenty three. So, Vania Edwards or so are No, I'm sorry. Salon Ya Salon you. Only fifteen years old and the only African American victim. Cinnamon thirty two. Doreen Marquez or Marquez excuse me. Twenty Seven Julieto, twenty-three Veronica Romero twenty-seven Evelyn Salazar twenty three and Michelle vowed says twenty two. Now a little bit about the victims you haven't. Already met. Jamie Burela fifteen lasting was her twenty three year old cousin Evelyn. Salazar ahead into a park at San. Mateo, Gibson, southeast in April two, thousand, four, as fuck, crazed San Mateo in two, thousand and four, I worked at a now long closed comedy club in Albuquerque. It was located on San Mateo. In two thousand, four called laughs very original name I know. Right down the street from this park. Weird to me to think about that. There's a small chance I could have seen. You know one of these two women both. I was at least in their town around the time disappeared, and not far from where they relaxing, neither woman ever seen again until.
"mesa" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Suburban sprawl. Big Box stores and shopping malls sprang up in the suburbs. Downtown businesses failed were replaced by pawnshops liquor stores, homelessness prostitution and Crime. Out on the edges of the suburbs, time weeds gave way to numerous housing projects began to crop up in the nineties and early two thousands during a huge boom all across America. Housing Development started to pop up all over the place. As US economy surged early, two thousands then shit hit. The Fan and Albuquerque Round two, thousand, seven and two thousand six, the local real estate bubble started to stretch too thin home. Prices began to drop drastically when it popped. Two Thousand, eight national real estate market collapsed, things really popped numerous housing developers in West Mesa put their plans on hold like many other developers across America, a wave of foreclosures followed now the suburbs that he killed downtown pretty damn sick. Themselves West Mesa suddenly on life support. Many West Mesa residents now lived in new ghost town. You know a neighborhood with only a handful of completed houses strand by plots of land next to him, but either had unfinished structures on them, or remained cleared for buildings that were not now not gonNA. HAVE ANYTHING BUILDING THEM ANYTIME SOON? Many of those spaces have nothing built on them. Life in Albuquerque West Mesa became far from ideal, still pretty rough. Crime and West Mesa one hundred and sixty one percent higher than the national average one in fifteen chance of being a crime victim. High School graduation rate nineteen percent lower than the national average, only sixty seven percent of area youth graduate high school. One in three don't crazy. The median household income is thirty six percent lower than the national average income per capita forty one percent lower than average. Lot of crime lot of poverty lot desert West Mesa. Good combination for people to go missing and for people to stay missing. And this is where today's murder victim's bodies were found in West Mesa specifically, they were found just off of West Mesa's hundred eighteenth street hundred Eighteenth Street southwest still runs on the very edge of West Mesa where development meets desert. If you're from the area, the the area where the bodies were found was actually near where one eighteenth meets. Senator Dennis Chavez Boulevard which according to satellite photos and Google maps remains undeveloped desert. I scoped out the area using Google. Street. View, and truly just a just the beginning of hundreds of square miles of completely undeveloped desert, sagebrush reptiles, sir. It's pretty barren. Back on February second, two, thousand, nine new resident Christine. Ross in her dog Ruka three year, Sharpei lab mix walking down one hundred eighteenth street southwest Christine had just moved to the area in the fall of two thousand eight, and she got one hell of deal on a new house back in the real estate sale of the century. She bought a newly built home for I'm guessing lesson. It cost to build it. And her with her husband, a not named in articles about the case, and now you know she and her husband, their dog rookie living near Christine in her husband would take Ruka for walks around the neighborhood almost every night taken vistas of track housing in desert and projects frozen in mid development and trash dump down the desert for as far as the I could see living the dream. The trio would walk past scattered homes and question, probably all their life choices that led up to the moment they decided to buy that House J. K.. Come on! Some people have the desert. People love the hot and dry and sunny days and cool nights actually desert Joe. Albuquerque now bad and July the average temperature during the day climbs to ninety three degrees Fahrenheit, yes, very hot, but it does.
"mesa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Mesa Corona virus in Arizona, CEO of Mountainside Fitness is going toe to toe with Governor Doug Ducey over his executive order. That gems bars, nightclubs, movie theaters and water. Parks have to shut down for at least 30 days due to covert 19. Tom Hatton says he decided to keep more than 20 Valley locations open because he believes the governor's decision was random and reckless. And Scott still boys cited his 116th straight and Shea Boulevard location yesterday. I was really disappointed that this came out of nowhere. We felt like our legs were taken out from under us. And that's why I started to really feel for all business, because if it can happen to us, it can truly I feel happen to any business. Hatton says he'd be willing to pay the fines and the fight for his business and others during this pandemic. Jim Cross outside has filed an injunction against the governor in Hatton hopes to get a stay of relief that will allow his gyms to stay open. The Arizona Department of Liquor has suspended life time fitness is liquor license. The fitness club also has a lounge and rooftop bistro, which typically serve alcohol. So why are Jim's being targeted? Arizona's top health leader, Dr Cara Crystals, Mike Broom head show, new CDC research shows. That being indoors without a mask already puts people at a higher likelihood of spreading the virus being indoors, having either yelling, screaming, exert of breathing singing that all increases your risk of transmissibility. Chris adds. People in gyms are likely not wearing masks as well, she adds. While protests may have contributed to the spike in cases, it's not known because it is much more difficult to spread. While outside, however, she encourages anyone who has been to amount mass gathering. To get tested well to new single day highs for Corona virus in Arizona for 1008 178 new cases of Corona virus reported today. An 88 newly reported deaths This comes after about 17,200 people were tested for the virus yesterday. This means about one in four people tested yesterday ended up with a positive cases of the virus. This cause the percentage of positive cases to increase to 12.4% again to new highest single day increases in Corona virus cases and deaths with 4878 new cases in 88 new deaths. Taylor corrupt our news. I'm calling on behalf of theirs on the Department of Health Services. I need to speak with you. Regarding an urgent health matter. Members of the Arizona National.
24 Hour Fitness declares bankruptcy, citing coronavirus hit
"Eighteen locations of twenty four hour fitness a permanently closed around southern California this includes gyms at Irvine Costa mesa Pasadena Santa Monica downtown LA Mont Clair seamy valley and more the closures here part of a scaling back of one hundred locations in fourteen states across the country twenty four hour fitness a CEO says if it were not for covert nineteen and its devastating effects they would not be filing for chapter eleven gold's gym made the same move in early may since the coronavirus shut down many people invested more in at home options for work outs and as the economy re opens they've been looking for less expensive options
To Be Or Not To Be
"To be or not to? Be. Culture is a world of its own. Entire offstage drama performances occur between cast members. Sometimes having an even more titillating storyline than the players musical, they're all rehearsing to perform in front of the real audience on a real stage. The Classic Shakespearean. Tragedy follows a formula ending with a disastrous conclusion. Usually as a result of the main characters, internal conflict, and subsequently succumbing to his or her own negative traits, the things that we call demons that live within them so to speak. We all have them, you know. Those demons. What we once considered very real supernatural beings. Associated with evil that have been prevalent in our religions are literature or mythology. The idea that these spirits with divine power could. Inhabit our souls, and drive us to evil places is one that has been permanently affixed to western culture. Hell even human culture. Today's story is about those demons. It! Was Saturday may twenty second twenty ten. Steve Harvey was trying to get a hold of his son. Sam who lived in an apartment complex in Costa Mesa California? Sam Was Steve's best. Friend is only child. He planned to spend the whole weekend with both of his parents at their place in Anaheim hills. So of course. It was strange that he never showed up to his parents house. And even stranger still that he wasn't answering his phone. Towards the latter part of the evening around nine. PM Steve Drove over to Sam's apartment to check in on them. He was getting really nervous at this point, not having heard anything from his son for the previous two days. He let himself in and started to look around calling for Sam. But got no response. When he entered his son's bedroom, he saw something that would be burned into his memory. For the rest of his life. Okay, what's going on for? Probably Coca. Lobby. Body bags. Are, you sure. Did she just ask him if he's truly seeing a dead body. Yes. She did. In Gold Okay hold on just a minute. Is it someone that you know sir? I. Don't know what's going on. 'cause your son know who it is. Not Even Do you know where your son is. Off. Okay. Just deep breathing for me. Sir, okay, where in the apartment? Bedroom! From sexual activity. I. Think. Black from her head. What the. Just staying there, Okay Steve Her mentions to the operator that he didn't know who this woman was. He still couldn't locate his son and the woman's body in the bedroom gave Steve. The impression that there had been. Some sexual activity before her death.
"mesa" Discussed on 5-4
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"mesa" Discussed on 5-4
"That had been in the case all along the fifth circuit in its unbiased opinion on remand talked about how there was dispute as to the facts, the Justice Department in it's a mucus brief in the Supreme Court Agent Mason. His briefs Kept Harping upon the backs as portrayed them as opposed to how they're portraying the complaint. I don't think it mattered in the end like I. Don't you know the decision came out the way it did because the court didn't just take the facts, a legend, complaint and true. Do. It's emblematic of this attitude that the court can be very strict about those kinds of procedural formalities when it helps them swim in the direction. It wants to swim. And they can completely ignored them. You know we were arguing against both agent Mesa who has represented by a private attorney Mr Ortega and the federal government as a friend of the court and most of the arguments released much of the argument that will lead adoptions. Majority opinion isn't stuff agent. Miss argued just stuff that the US argued as the court. Usually this report says we can't just rely on what the Emeka says. Oh, unless it's federal government and we want to right right, right. So. There is dispute here about what actually happened. One party says it. The kid was throwing rocks. The other says he was playing a game. So what is our best understanding of what actually happened at the border that they yeah mean so one of the things that never makes it into the Supreme Court decision this time although it did I think that a brief mention when the cases in the Supreme Court the first time three years ago as a cell phone video of the shoot him yeah, man. I'M NOT GONNA sort of die on the hill that all videos are perfectly reliable, but the video such as it is, strongly substantiates and strongly supports the allegations in the complaint, which is that the shooting was unprovoked that Mesa was not be an attack at the time he shot and killed. Yes, Sergio Hernandez and so I mean when we talk about the the way that the court plays fast and loose with the posture. It's going to me in two respects one because whatever actually. Actually happened shouldn't matter at this phase of litigation, the allegations and a well played complainer supposed to be taken his true because we do facts after we did motion to dismiss non right, but to everythin- we actually know is inconsistent with the version that.
"mesa" Discussed on 5-4
"We should be clear about what that argument really means. Because these kids family is trying to sue the guy who shot their child to death, and the court is saying well. Look if the kid was on the US side of the border. Sure maybe you could do that, but unfortunately he was a few feet on the other side. So this is actually an international incident. We can't help you. We wash our hands of this right right. The purpose of lawsuits in these cases is to hold federal agents accountable, which means that foreign citizens can sue under these laws and get damages in the event that there's been a constitutional violation. And in terms of incentives, you have to think about it like. If we want there to be any incentives at all for our border patrol agents to not just be firing at kids. Mate were running around in this sort of like inbetween land. Right like we talk about crossing the border, but this culvert is sort of like a patrolled area that sort of a blend right. It's like sort of a gradient. There needs to be some disincentive right like this is not US policy. If the US policy is, don't just shoot kids and border patrol agents are doing it and we want disincentivize them. This is precisely how you do it right so this is the supreme court weighing in and. Saying. No, that's actually fine. They should be able to do that, and and if we think that's wrong like that's for somebody else to to the side, right, you know that's not us. They're fucking passing the buck on on the attention, and so the next thing Lido does is say Look this would if we held the border patrol agent liable. This might undermine border security, and the first thing to note is that this is directly at odds with his first point. His first point was like look. This is foreign policy stuff that the court has no business addressing right, and now he's like by the way here are my thoughts on how this would impact the security of the border fearing keeping out the Mexicans section of the opinion you know and the whole section is predicated upon Leo's opinion about the significance of illegal immigration from Mexico right, he talks about like stopping drug traffickers and cartels and. And terrorist and Shit Yeah, and it's like you know this about some fucking psycho agent domain a fifteen year old right like right. The cartels aren't involved dude. Yeah, this isn't narcos. Race is some nutjob shooting a kid. There wasn't any like real suspected. Criminal activity and Alito basically argues like yeah, this case in particular might not involve national security, but the border patrol generally does so like. We can't allow them to be sued. Incoherent Boldy, entire point of Bevan's and the rights that created is that it holds law enforcement accountable when their operating outside the boundaries of their usual job soon argument here is look killing. Some kid in cold blood isn't part of his responsibility as a border patrol agent, so maybe we should be able to hold the sky liable for. The murdering of a fifteen year old child because he's antagonizing, you were at worst tossing rocks at you from sixty feet away. which by the way unless he's fucking. Patrick Mahomes I..
"mesa" Discussed on 5-4
"They're just as dumb and self, important and sadistic estate cops are they've turning functions, which is making sure like the property taxes levied on your TV as it's like coming through Port Yup and making sure Mexicans. Don't cross the border. Yep, that's correct. Those are the big less the job description so some facts are certainly disputed by the parties. In this case about what happened like Peter said, but there's actually a lot. That really isn't in question fifteen year, olds. This who is a citizen of Mexico on? This Day in June twenty ten. He's hanging out with a group of friends on the Mexico side of the border. They're playing a game where they run up the incline of the covert at the Basel del Norte Bridge and touch the border fence, and then they run back. Both parties agreed that this is a common occurrence. Kids who live around the border play games. They hang out around the border. Because that's where they live and border patrol knows that kids do this significantly, said he. Is in Mexico the whole time this incident plays out. Seems get stupid and Violin Win. Border Patrol Agent Hey, sees the children running around for reasons that will never be known. He interrupts the kids, and he detains one of Said was friends, and actually after this incident. He says that the kids were trying to get into the US illegally many witnesses though say that this is just not true so when Egypt Mesa detains one of the Children, the rest of the kids including Sarajevo sort of they run. Run back away from the border like kind of further into Mexico. And they all stand together behind a pillar and Egypt Lisa says that the kids started throwing rocks at him important to note that the Border Patrol statement that's released directly after this incident said that agent may so was quote surrounded by suspects who were getting closer despite his orders at them to stop and retreat cellphone footage from the incident shows that this is also just not true. Egypt Mesa is a federal law enforcement Arnold on that. You said also did the cell phone footage showed that the they weren't throwing rocks. Oh, I guess I just said that many witnesses said that this wasn't true about the kids trying to get into the US. Oh, got it got it got it okay. Egypt Mesa a federal law enforcement officer is standing on the US side of the border and the children are on the other side of the border in Mexico about sixty feet away by the way. It's worth noting that this agent was on a on a bicycle. It makes such a such a vivid images like this guy, just rolling through the desert on his little BMX with like a bus candidate assault rifles slung over his shoulder, and so here's like. Hey, you fucking.
"mesa" Discussed on 5-4
"Hey Everyone Lyonnnais faulk from fiasco slow-burn. On today's episode of five to four. Peter. And Michael Discussing Hernandez v Mesa. Case involving a federal agent who shot and killed a Mexican teenager, the US Mexico border while standing on US soil, the US Supreme Court will decide whether the parents of CEO Hernandez Whitaker. Fifteen year old, Mexican teen killed by a border patrol agent can sue the US agent and US Federal Court later in the episode, the hosts talked to a special guest Steve. Vladeck the lawyer who argued the case on behalf of the Teenagers Family Stir. To Justice May, please the court. This is five to four a podcast about how much Supreme Court's ups? Welcome to five to four. We dissect and analyze the supreme court cases that have eaten away at America. Like maggots on a rotting carcass. A little. A. Pretty dark place. He had input from the team on that. That's what happens when. I get involved. I am Peter. Boy! I am here with Michael. Hey everybody and reenter. What a Pie. And today we are talking about Hernandez V, Mesa. This is a case from the Year of our Lord Twenty Twenty. which seems like. It's got to be one of the worst years so far, right? It's definitely there and coming up a little bit later after we talk about the case a bit professor Stephen Paddock. Argued this case before the Supreme Court. Making this the first episode where we establish our credibility as a real legal podcast about real legal stuff and professional disarming on. They're talking about the law. their experts. You have to respect US I. think is the bottom line. No more talking shit to your friendly next week. Clarence Thomas. Imagine, and I should say you know we're going to talk in this episode about the abuse of power, excessive violence used by a border patrol agent and I don't think we can talk about that without talking about what's currently happening in the United States. which is mass protests against abuse of power by local law enforcement, and yes, against police brutality, you know these things are tied up in a singular culture, even though there are differences between you know the border. Border Patrol which we're GONNA, talk about today, and you know the NYPD The lapd there is a militaristic culture that is insular and defensive of itself, and has many mechanisms for protecting its agents who are violent towards innocent civilian ads. Yeah, it's a righteous culture, and it's a violently defensive culture as well right and that culture doesn't come from nowhere, right? It's weird to think that cove. It might not be the defining story of twenty twenty, but when there are like. Hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people in all fifty states and abroad marching in the streets every day that somehow might be a bigger story, but nonetheless in the US, we've seen how the pandemic sort of exposes like racial inequality..
Los Angeles - OC Sheriff’s Department Investigating Deputy Who Wore ‘Unauthorized Insignia’ On Uniform During Protest
"Orange County sheriff's deputy pulled off duty and is awaiting disciplinary issues after a video appeared to show him supporting a rather controversial right wing movement the video was circulated online by care the council on American Islamic relations spokesman Eugene fields tells K. elected chose the deputy patrolling a Costa mesa protest while wearing a uniform patch of the three percenters which care calls a dangerous anti government paramilitary groups of people with an agenda and that agenda usually involves hatred of the other and causing trouble and that is the last thing that we need there isn't anybody more outrage than I am seizure of don Barnes says the department already prohibits any sort of patch wearing of this kind especially during these times of inflame tensions I am intolerable anybody who wears any type of insignia especially in insignia that could be interpreted by any member of our community Kerr says what's especially troubling is that his colleagues working patrol with them saw him wearing the patch and did nothing
reCAPTCHA and Duolingo: Luis von Ahn
"Think about the small moments or decisions in your life that actually had a huge impact on how your life turned out. Maybe it was a conversation. You struck up with the person next to you on an airplane. Maybe it was a party. You reluctantly went to only to meet the person you'd eventually marry or maybe it was a decision to stay on vacation an extra day that sparked a new idea for Kevin System. It was a random remark from his girlfriend that made him decide to use filters on instagram for Blake. Majkowski was a chance meeting with a group of young Argentinian who took him to the countryside where he saw kids with no shoes. That one day inspired him to create. Tom's and for Louis Fun on it was a free lecture at Carnegie Mellon University in two thousand. We'll get deeper into the story in a few minutes but that single lecture would lead him to invent to ingenious new tools the I was capture. Yes captures those annoying twisted and blurred letters. You have to type into a website to prove your human and the second one was duo lingo now. The biggest language learning APP in the world which is now getting even more popular because people are looking for new things to do now that they're stuck at home but was captured and duo. Lingo were designed to harness the power of crowdsourcing to solve problems. And I'M GONNA blow your mind here if you have ever typed in a capture or reused dueling go. There's a good chance you've taken part in a massive online collaboration that you probably weren't even aware of and it's amazing. How Louis came up with all this but let's start at the beginning. Lewis was born in Guatemala in late. Nineteen Seventy S. Both as parents were doctors and though he was surrounded by poverty violence in Guatemala City. Louis screw up in comparative privilege and as a kid. He spent a lot of time hanging out at the family business. My Mother's family actually had a candy. Factory everybody is always a Mesa. The fact that I grew up with a candy factory they think it was like Willy. Wonka or something. I was not all that much into the candidate. Self I was into the machines because basically the candies made by these gigantic machines. That bump out I don't know how many thousands of pieces of candy per hour and basically all my weekends. I spent playing at the Candy Factory and I would They the machines apart and put them back together they would be some extra pieces after. I put him back together on that. That would be a problem but what? What kind of student were you were? You were school pretty easy for you. Yeah I was pretty nerdy basically. That was really good at math. Math was just easy to me. I what I would do during the summers is basically get either next year or you know. Couple YEARS LATER. Math books on all the sizes. Wow it kind of came easy but the way I really got good ideas by doing hundreds and hundreds exercises. That's what you do in. The summertime was bored. I mean I was an only child I is. I didn't have that much to do. This is remember this is also pre Internet pre everything. So what was I going to do? Man That's what I did was putting playing cards in the spokes of my bicycle and by jolly ranchers seven. Eleven should math books. So you were. Did you just love math? I mean it sounds like kids. Don't think about their future. They're not like I'm going to study math so I can be in tech one day like unless I've really enjoyed it. I I enjoyed it was it was like a puzzle for me by the way this is not the only thing I did. I mean I I also played a lot of video games Pirated Video Games in my commodore sixty four like floppy disks. Floppy Disk loppy discs. That's right I wanted a Nintendo. When I was eight my mother would not get many intendo. She instead got me computer. Commodore Sixty Four. And I couldn't figure out how to use it but eventually I read like the manual stuff and I figured out how to use it more than I figured out. I could buy other people's video games. And so I became a little hub in my in my little neighbourhood but these were not other kids adults or kind of basically young adults who had a computer and they would come to my house and I would take their games and give them my games exchange so then. I collected a pretty large number of video games but sh- mentioned right that I mean because your childhood sounds pretty nice but but like as a kid I guess or even as a teenager there was a civil war in Guatemala right. I mean we know that today. There's a a lot of violence there. Obviously violence in the US and other countries to but Guatemala's has been particularly hard hit. I mean did it feel dangerous when you're a kid yes it did. There was a civil war pretty much since I was born in seventy nine to nineteen ninety-six. There was a civil war going on the whole time. It always felt dangerous when I was fifteen or so. My aunt was kidnapped for ransom. I mean she was gone for seven or eight days. Wow People's cars would be stolen. I don't every couple of months. Somebody's car would be stolen in my family. Going past seven thirty PM was rare games. You needed to go out in a large group. If you're going to go up at seven thirty PM and I did my house had walls and barbed wire yeah. It felt dangerous. I mean this is one of just one of the reasons I came to the US. Actually I mean I was. After my aunt was kidnapped I thought to myself. I don't WanNa live here. Yeah and I guess you did end up leaving Guatemala for college because you went to Duke in North Carolina and you describe yourself as a like a math nerd in school and and is that what you intended to do like to do something in math. That's what I wanted to become an economic math professor. I was pretty certain. I wanted to become a math professor at the time. I thought the best thing that I can do is really learn a lot of math and I really it and I thought it was futile to learn how to deal with other people. It is interesting because my job. These days is one hundred percent just dealing with other people's problems. I'm just trying to understand the so so by becoming math professor. You thought. Hey I wouldn't have to deal with people I would just deal with facts. Data and numbers. Yes yes and you know I. I'll do math research all day long. And every now and then after class of but whatever that's like a tax That's that's what I thought so all right so you are She gets your degree and you this path to go into academia and you go into a PhD program at Carnegie Mellon Correct and I guess you go into computer science right yes. I changed from math computer science because I visited a math Grad school and what people were saying the professor was saying. Oh I'm working on this open problem that nobody's been able to solve for the last three hundred years and I thought I don't think I'm smart enough if you haven't done it and nobody's done it in three hundred years that's Kinda not for me whereas when you visit in computer science I mean this is crazy thing before like. Oh Yeah I still have an open program yesterday. Well it's a much younger field yet so that I thought that was much more exciting for me. At
Harris, Colleagues Announce DHS IG Will Examine ICE Detention Facilities COVID-19 Policies and Practices
"California senator Kamilla Harris says the inspector general at the department of homeland security will conduct a review of federal efforts to prevent and mitigate the spread of covert nineteen at immigrant detention facilities S. as letter group of more than two dozen senators demanding answers on corona virus preparedness in immigration detention facilities earlier this month fifty seven year old Carlos Escobar Mejia became the first immigrant known to die from covert nineteen in detention he was held at the Otay mesa detention center in San Diego nationally more than a thousand immigrants are believed to have tested positive many more likely to have been in the infected detainees have held hunger strikes and protests against the lack of protective supplies and the lack of access to hygiene
A Little Hack To Make Amazing Ads That Convert
"Alright. So we've seen our spent a Lotta Times creating ads and thinking about like what's the ad hoc where we can get someone's attention and The other day I was swiping through instagram or something and I try attention. What are the things? Get me to stop right where things I read. Look at him. I was looking different things. And that's sort of like a watch. My kids my kids. They're really big into all these. These things that are satisfying will satisfying. This is the thing so satisfying like these weird art things with slime sand or with shredding metal in a metal shredder. Like all these crazy things and I was like Oh man. What if we did these different things and tournament ads right and the other day so I was when instagram search and start searching for like cool art or satisfying or slime or is type in keywords and I started seeing all these different cool art things And I started disliking a bunch of like falling their pages of steps. Then start showing up on my feet and now it's my newsfeed are seeing all these cool crazy aren't things that people do right by drying and All sorts of things but the other day I saw one that caught my attention I watched for men probably a minute straight and it was this guy and he does pancake art and so the cameras above this pancake and he's drawing this pitcher and you're seeing it. It's pretty cool. And then we gets done. He takes it and flips it over and as soon as he flips over pancake you see the finished pancake and now. I watched that I went to watch like probably ten or fifteen of them. My kids and it was so cool. You kinda like always drawing. Elsa is drying whatever sees everything's until he flips the pancake over your exactly what it is and he flips it over and the details looks amazing and It says like Oh my gosh. Look how much this sucked into the into watching this and I watched so many kids them I was like how can I get this to become an ad and I was like a pancake on my face? That's annoying no one wants to see pancake my face on what can you do? What can I do and I was like what if I haven't the pancake of the the book covers of dotcom secrets. Expert Secrets Traffic Secrets and say emailed the the guys on the channel as they. Hey how much it would cost for me to have you. Pancake art my books and it was a couple of hundred bucks per book. It was not not that expensive wired the money and just today I got back three pancake. That were flipped over. Then doing my book and flipping over and they turned out so cool. They're amazing nominate goes tournament a little ads. Youtube ads facebook ads. Instagram is budget variations. Because look at come back to to step number one right. We talk a lot about like Hook Story. Offer hoax story off the hook grabs attention and the story and then the offers. I figure the pancakes the hook right. You're like what does he drawing the boom over while the watching that can tell the story of what's happening with what he's doing why wrote book flips over. It's done and then make the offer from you'll get free copy of the book so I have no idea now if the ads can work if it's not gonNA work because it'd be successful or not successful but I do notice to get hook and it's GonNa be really fun and I'm excited to test it out Especially look at some of the ADS. We make we spend tons of my just my phone but you never know what the hooks going to be the grab. Someone's attention so for a couple hundred bucks to test it. It's it's really exciting so I'm excited for that started. After that I started looking into clean Mesa Google or finding claymation and I've message probably ten different claymation. Artists are making claymation ads and stuff like that. So it's just fun new things. You brought up when he goes to start going to instagram and facebook. Reverend started looking at art but the arts the cool designers look at People. That are doodling sketching. That are doing just whatever. Or they're creating things their hands like just any kind of art that that grabs. Your attention are falling over channels. You can in the more towns you follow them all the moral chopin. Your search results please are seeing all these have been cool cool things and then go reach out to the creators is Hey. Dot added created the image. That was amazing. Pay You whatever. Have you Chris on that for for me my company and like I said for us the pancake art? It was a couple hundred bucks per per book covering the turnout socal and who knows that could be the AD. That's the one that blows up. It's funny because I remember Folks are GONNA work a couple years ago. We had the harm brothers. Do our very first video with them. In turn amazing we loved it. We spent tons of energy and money. We just big launch with big bubble soccer also stuff in the did good he got on a million or so views and it was good And then like a week later Chris. Record Wrap Sunny D. rappers. Quick Funnels Rep and he just made it as as a joke. Essential get red and that and that video actually got more impressions. More views and more cells. Click funnels in this one. We'd spent hundreds of thousands of dollars creating so you never know what the hooks going to be created tons of hooks and try thing after thing after thing after thing just trying to think this is really fun unique way so for my side time embarrassing around like what I'm doing now is looking for artists. Who create little things that you a quick thirty second grab their tension just to tell your story and and and do the next thing
"mesa" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"The scientists daily field locations could only be accessed by snowmobile. The morning that we were supposed to take the snowmobile ride happened to be the morning that we were recovering from altitude sickness. So I came down to the lodge that morning very nervous about getting onto a snowmobile in order to cover as much ground as possible. The team drove very quickly. So we got on the snowmobile. We went up very steep hills. We went around very sharp curves. We would hit bumps that would that would throw you up and down when you get off the snowmobile. And you're standing near the field site. You really have a sense of standing on this giant white table top where there are no other humans in the world except for the people you have around you. Snow X has two components there's the airborne component and the ground component in air. Our primary instrument is called sweetser snow water equivalent synthetic aperture radar and radiometer on the ground. The measurements that are taken by Swiss are also taken by scientists on snowmobiles. Scientists are driving in very tight clockwise spirals in the snow and they wind up with these giant. Crop Circle Looking. Things pits are often dug in the center of the spiral and then they would sit in the snow pits and take the rest of these measurements by hand. The snow ex team had one hundred and forty six planned snow pits and they wound up with one hundred and fifty three. You'll see scientists around the pit who are on skis or on snowshoes. They're taking additional measurements of snow depth. Snow particles and so forth that you can't take down in the pit. The snow pits are important because some of the scientists measurements have to do with the layers in the snow and how it changes from the surface of the ground. The snow that's up on top is very light and fluffy it's fresh it's new. It's just fallen within the last couple of days if you go down a little bit. There's a layer where it's been packed tightly by the wind. Further down it's even more dense and there's more water in the snow. That's closer to the ground. When I was up there I felt a lot of conflicting feelings about the landscape this Jessica. I think it's around eleven o'clock Thursday morning it's been. I don't even know how to describe how this experience has been been harder than many things I've ever done in my life just into the altitude adjusting to the temperatures. It is a very harsh environment up here. It is cold. The wind blows part of me was very cold. Put off by how isolated it felt by how there were so few people up there. The people that you're out there with really do feel like your lifeline. I've never been in a place where everywhere you look is just as beautiful as what you saw a moment before it's been so beautiful and rewarding and getting to see the energy of these. Scientists are out here in these conditions for a week two weeks three weeks collecting this data. It's it's just it's mind blowing. I'm really proud of myself. I'm really proud of the way that I've adjusted and adapted and stuck it out hand tried new things and gone new places and you know part of me is really excited to get home to the warmer temperatures and back to sea level elevation and another part of me is really sad to leave because there is something magical up here that I have never found anywhere else..
Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19
"At el Salvador man is the first to die from corona virus while in the custody of immigration and customs enforcement fifty seven year old had been added to tension facility no tie mesa fifty eight year old Carlos Mejia was hospitalized after testing positive for the respiratory illness she spent about a week on a ventilator telly died Wednesday he still uses the Otay mesa detention center has the largest covert nineteen outbreak of any ice facility in the nation with nearly two hundred confirmed
Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19
"Eighty six the prisoner at the terminal island federal detention center in San Pedro has died from Kobe nineteen and more than half of the facilities thousand inmates have tested positive for corona virus as well as fourteen staffers that makes terminal island which is between the ports of LA and Long Beach one of the most significant concentrations of coronavirus cases in the state meanwhile a detainee in immigration and customs enforcement custody has died of Kobe nineteen he was being held at the old time mesa detention center in San Diego county this marks the first coronavirus death of an immigration detainee in ice custody nationwide KPBS reporter Max Rivlin Nadler has more detainees were alerted by guards on Wednesday morning that a fellow detainee had died of cove in nineteen this comes after a Monday hearing where a government lawyer said a detainee was in great condition last week a judge ordered the release of over seventy medically vulnerable detainees at the facility but as of Monday I said only released to individuals Dorian Edgar set though is an attorney who represents clients currently in detention at Otay mesa she says by dragging its feet ice is costing lives I mean there there aren't many people who are at the team is attention central already have released onto already have places to go if I should give the green light does the right thing and went out absolutely preventable and this person's diet unnecessarily immigration and customs enforcement has yet to confirm the death the detention center which is run by the private prison group CoreCivic currently houses a hundred thirty two ice detainees who have tested positive for the
San Diego - Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19
"Common nineteen has claimed the life of another person in the custody of US immigration and customs enforcement bringing the number of such deaths to five X. ruler Rivlin Nadler of member station KPBS has the story detainees at the Otay mesa detention center in San Diego county were alerted of the death Wednesday morning during Edgar center was an attorney who represents clients currently in detention at Otay mesa absolutely preventable this person diet unnecessarily it was not it shouldn't have happened it doesn't need to happen to any other families than the other on to any other people who are caught up in the system immigration and customs enforcement has yet to confirm the death the detention center which is run by the private group CoreCivic currently houses a hundred thirty two detainees who have tested positive for the virus last week a judge ordered the release of over seventy medically vulnerable detainees at the facility as of Monday ice had only released to
Alec Harris - Halo Privacy & Bitcoin
"Don't you just give a little bit more of our listeners? What Halo Does and how you get into it. Yes sir. So the actual experts at handling were all ruling. There is right. Now they're listening but Yeah I kinda got into it by accident. Which is how most of the good things have happened for me. But in two thousand eleven I introduced to Lance. Cto OF HALO. He was working on a different project. It was using one time pad cryptography and I had not heard of one time. It is. It's basically a symmetric cipher on. It's been around since World War One to nineteen sixteen time up until recently it. Was You know? Each party has a pad And one page of that. Pat Is used at a time as it's consumed it's thrown away. I never used so applying mathematical Sorta brute force attacks to it doesn't yield you any information About the plain text other than the kind of the maximum length of the message. And so. That's if it's implemented correctly it's unbreakable by kind of the computer attack but it's up to engage in the way that I really like it. As far as the description goes is very strong. Asymmetric photography is always a math problem rating. So you might have you know a to introduce Cypher and Died is like the equivalent of saying what day of the week will be on April fifteenth. A thousand years from now and do that in my head but a computer can tell you that because it's a math problem and what one time patters is like saying. What will the weather be like on April fifteen thousand now You could run every permutation of possible weather in one of those might actually correctly but you would never know because there's really no information to glean is just random one time pad isn't. I got really interested in a by working but lance a company called ruined And then that kind of transitioned into Halo. Which was an extension of that and an expansion of the suite of tools into voice? Text video file sharing and then a bunch of things in the background. Did I find to be very interesting? And they're kind of dark art says. Us Mesa where we hide or off. You skip the identity of the people in a communications network Either by kind giving false actors or Covering or office getting true identities and then severing links between the parties so that you can't really establish connections between people in the brief way steig riders. So if I was to send you attach to say we're having a surprise birthday party for by the way we'll shot up to Shane. Laura our good friends have introduced us. So we're saying you know how surprise birthday party for Shane While the information in that text is interesting right that that is actually worth protecting. We don't want to know A. And that's why cartography is important and then If we have someone who is? Let's say politically compromised communicating with someone in another country. They identity of that person is actually relevant so in a security posture. You would want to not only protect the what they're saying but also the identity that person and then if you go a step further with you have someone for instance who is in Mozell communicating with someone. Who IS IN MCLEAN VIRGINIA? While that just the link between those people is suspicious And so we. Would you offer that you would want to sever the link between the parties so that the contents of protected the identities protective? And then you don't establish kind of links allow you to unravel network and so that's that's what we do and the happy Discovery along the way how powerful bitcoin could be in these platforms is what kind of lead me. Into the CRYPTO currency world ultimately got US talking But I'll just pause there when we can talk about. Bitcoin obviously forever. But that's kind of what I've been up to and it's led me into being. You know someone who cares a lot about five AC- admittedly a newcomer to it. So you know before all this wasn't really on my radar And I try to have some empathy for people who maybe haven't had the same exposures in heaven and to invite them into these things as opposed to you know scold people. Who aren't you know of the same nine? It's goes without saying that. A lot of people in in bitcoin in Crypto in general. They're very amenable to privacy Very much care about. It's not even going into the specifics about if you use bitcoin versus Minero or if you coined or not I think just generally that ethos of-of privacy and having some protections online is is important to most people in the space so I think it'll be fascinating to dig deeper on that but I think from the RV that you gave. It should be clear that that you guys are definitely Definitely deepen the space definitely providing a lot of interesting
Home Gym Ideas or Hacks- video podcast
"I have to confess. Hi My name is Ben. And I'm a movement addicts love to move. I love to try different ways or one of the easiest things to do or to have in your home if you WanNa have some sort of a resistance. Training system is to set up some sort of suspension trader. Not going to be able to be willing to bounded suspension trainer from their ceiling in their living room. I can tell you it's pretty easy to mount into a beam and I can take these down. Company comes over if you could also pick up a gray and these are pocket monkeys suspension trainer. There's T- Iraq's there's a couple other brands the most important thing is to have something my best recommendation to you. This is make sure that you purchase something from somebody and don't faint all. I can make something like that better than I than I could buy because I've tried. That doesn't work. One of these suspension traitors resistance training is also really beneficial when you travel. They have announced as you slam it in Your Hotel Gore that also were slamming your outside door to hold an advantage you had here after. Cova nineteen passes along with social. Distancing is you can travel to and from. The Gen Ed's very sad time but if you have a suspension traitor you can pretty much do a whole by resistance. Exercise and one of the options real simple option does this suspension trade. Now if your wife husband significant other doesn't want you hanging a suspension trainer from living room or maybe you don't have a good place where you can mount it. You've got some other options you could do for movement resistance training. You can use medicine balls. These waited medicine balls than you could actually take outside and slammed island ground if you look around on facebook. Marketplace in a lot of the fitness places are offering free shipping. Now so that's an option. Don't think of it as a two or three week period while we're doing social distancing or even longer if it turns out to be that but think about it as a lifetime so you always have something. Paul if you can't make it to your favorite fitness class or maybe your favorite workout buddy says I'm sick. I can't work out with you so many other things you have. There's something out there called. Rmt Club which you can do a variety of moving exercises. I could spend a lot of time telling you how to use it but youtube is your friend. There are a lot of videos just as a weighted club. I believe they come in two four six eight pound versions and actually has steel shot at it. You use it kind of like a macer. Mesa's I can tell you that there are incident number of exercises. You can do with a base or the Indian named the gotTa and again rather than showing you how to use it. I know audit has some videos and on instagram. There's a guy may span who actually teaches classes for these the idea behind this is even social distancing if you have a mason. Rmc Club you can go out of your backyard and you can swing your club or sleet your mace to your heart's content. Remember if you're doing a new activity it's a novel activity. Don't Overdo it a big take home message from this film. Pg AGENT MOVING TO LIVE VIDEO. In addition to making dogs art of your lifestyle is not to be afraid to do your some of your movement a home. Don't be afraid to slowly acquire phys equipment if you don't WanNa suspension trader if maybe you don't WanNa do baser. Rmt T club and you're not happy with medicine balls. There's always a lot of fun to be had with Indian clubs so tell you starting out start out with a one or two pound set can find them. On various Internet shops. There are a lot of again videos out there. The show you how to do it. And the advantage of all these videos you could watch it. You could feel yourself. You can get some feedback if you don't have a personal trainer or certified strength conditioning specialists who can help you. The other thing that you can do is I have over here. I haven't adjustable but wait dumbbell so this is a dumbbell. It actually goes from five to forty five or fifty pounds. I have a settlement. The other ones behind me here on stands so I can do. Various dumbbell works upper body and lower body. We don't expect everybody to have a road extension machine or actually back extension bench. The reason we don't expect everybody to happen. Is there a little bit pricey? I've had a history of back problems and I found some of the things that I do on this help. Keep my back healthy. Knock ON WOOD. We also use instead of events sometimes a rogue pile platform just because it allows for options while platform or bench is very beneficial again. The idea is to give you the opportunity to do resistance training and to keep active because we really treat movement a
Los Angeles - South Coast Plaza Closing For 2 Weeks Over Coronavirus Concerns
"South coast plaza in Costa mesa closing for two weeks after a store employee tests positive for the corona virus according to the Orange County register shops will be closing next hour at seven o'clock with plans to reopen on March thirty first the mall has not identified which store the person worked at but they say it is close it close last night several stores at the mall had already closed as a
Dallas: Elderly Couple Hospitalized After Fire At Fort Worth Home
"Of fort worth couple is being checked out at the hospital this morning after their home caught fire overnight K. R. Alise Kurt Lewis has the latest on that fire erupted about one o'clock sending fire crews to the home on a lava drive near fort worth southwest high school near McCarten Alta mesa when firefighters arrived they found an elderly couple had made it out of the house in time although they were clearly suffering from smoke inhalation so they were sent to the hospital back at the home firefighters went in and unfortunately found the couple's dog
Los Angeles: OC Supervisors Call Emergency Meeting To Plan Coronavirus Training, Preparation
"And here locally the Orange County Board of supervisors has called an emergency meeting for later this morning to talk about how to handle it going forward live now can extend seventies John Baird the federal government says it no longer needs the Fairview developmental center in Costa mesa as a place to house coronavirus Asians or the quarantine people but Orange County and Costa mesa officials want to be sure and that the site is not used as such in the future they said they haven't been given that assurance yet by the federal authorities so they've asked for a temporary restraining order meantime OC supervisors will hold that emergency meeting this morning because they want to plan in place to make sure that first responders and medical providers know what to do when they deal with patients because health officials think there could be a spread in communities across the country that is sort of an inevitability no time line on that and she's with the local OC health organization but there's only been one confirmed case of the virus in Orange County that person's already recovered but as a precaution Orange County health officials have declared a local health
los Angeles: Costa Mesa man gets 30 years to life in prison for crash that killed woman and 2-year-old granddaughter
"Eight Costa mesa man's been sentenced to thirty years to life in prison for causing a crash in Irvine in twenty fifteen that killed a woman and her two year old Sir Graham's daughter child's mother and brother Moore also heard sure this was a re trial for Alec Abraham whose first murder conviction was overturned she had allegedly been
Only Connect - the critical importance of relationships and how to grow them
"Have Welcome to amazing. Fbi This is your host Michel Visi. Walk into the show today. It's appropriate on speaking cheese. Stunning up I recently spoke at the White Liberal Expo in London in November. Twenty nine thousand nine now. I can't reveal anything yet about this exciting speaking engagements coming up. I want to share with you. Just got off the phone with somebody earlier today often very exciting opportunity. Which I've said yes please with both hands and I just got off to that with somebody who has been exploring what can with mentoring client. Who actually has some very serious cop behind him and a lot of business experience in the end we are discussing the possibility that I may work with them. As sort of that part of the team were more of an agency basis. I guess van on `simple consulting basis and what struck me about this is also relevant to what I was talking about with the five business models I've mentioned in the last podcast which is to say retail arbitrage online arbitrage wholesale relationships private label and agency model the five Mesa. I know often that people that I know work with to make themselves money on Amazon and bill businesses of various different kinds. I'm one of those reflecting. Was the common thread amongst some of these things that I'm really conscious today of all days. It's relationships again. People could get a bit separated between the reality of what drives money transactions online and the mechanism itself so the mechanism itself is kind of magic. How many of you got something like Amazon? As kind of magic. Because it manages to bring millions and millions and millions and millions of eyeballs every single day to products and the conversion rates are incredible. They produce an amazing customer experience which includes incredible ability to fulfil products in other words. They ship stuff. They stole stuff. They have an incredible machine that they built many many years of hard work by this was not always the case. These things that Grow Adam. No Way they've worked incredibly hard and they were first movers as well. Plus Jeff Basis. Whatever else you may think that Various business processes is a shopping shop. Is Guy Probably on the planet right now for my money at least in the textile base the movie somebody shot him coming up through the can take his crown but he smart enough to know that so my money he still the most proven smart guy out there and guess what the reality of it is that behind every transaction bowl though they have built this wonderful magic machine and it is kind of magic when it works and it often does even though anyone who's been sending anonymous while knows you have to get the rest of this means that it's like Magic Butts. The thing is on the other side of that. Transaction is a person buying a product and the more I'm always going on about this and I make no apologies for the more. You understand your customer. If you'RE GONNA be private labeling anyway or anything that you get to influence the listing. So if you're working with the wholesale account if you have some listening control you certainly should do this as well. You've got to really really really meet the customer weather. Also you have to understand the mentality. So in the end it's about people and the processes are way to bridge the gap between the pest producing product and the consumer. Another thing to say is that of course relationships and to the equation when you talk about supply if you are private labeling you have a relationship with the guys new factories and actually if you're serious private label as one of the Maas. My members in ten K. collective mosman recent experience. When he went to China I think it was actually last year. They went They literally had the red carpet experience at all. The the people lined up along the streets on the way to the tree they had Miniature music playing you know the usual the whole nine yards as I say so. This is an example of how important they had become too that factory based on it has to be said the relationships based on volume when it comes to supplies off Physical products the manufacturers. Not School supplies. In fact supplies can include anybody who you pay for services or products so put in a broader sense that includes people like Neil coaches or mentors or personnel. Runs a mastermind. Such is the mic guys in the mosman happened. The ten collective mastermind includes you'll photographer. It includes anyone who writes your listings for includes any agency that you might use for managing oh PPC your Amazon ad for example and those are all relationships yes they may be mediated via websites via online software. Whatever but the main thing to remember all the stuff is man-made or it is person made I should say artificial notice the word artificial mean it means made by hand made by hand so it is not something that grows organically like a tree or something all these things that create you by people full people and if we lose sight of that we lose sight of what for me personally and maybe this is not a software engineers where I've looked at the world or an engineer's wherever what for for me personally. What's behind all of this stuff is in the end? Relationships wholesale is an interesting one where we have probably even more of a delicate impulsive relationship with the people that you buy wholesale from now. I have to say cause on. The tape is something. They'll have almost no past experience. I'm learning going through a course at the moment. I'm learning all about that. I'm very excited to get out and try my hand at this but I know that in the end sometimes these distinctions between the business models are artificial anyway. Because I was looking to have a relationship with a brand owner and fat doesn't own a Brian yet. But somebody he's got a serious business but it is looking into private labeling house going to have the conversation about having a consulting relationship with them and then in fact we're probably going to have more of an agency relationship will actually help implement a lot of this stuff and maybe. I'll end up hiring more staff to deal without a skeleton stuff that I can tend to to Amazon specific activity by that Cetinje. Something that We can develop out as needed and then of course. The next thing I'm going to be doing is trying to get the same relationship with some wholesale browns who I might initially start for the relationship while I just give the money and they put us and we might end up in a sort of partnership so I guess what I'm saying about this. This includes even speaking forum at conferences. Or anything like that. Again is a partnership. Because the the P the conferences needs speakers and speakers me needs to get exposure of the brandon message so in the end so much in my experience business well comes down to the same stuff the experience in the music world. Which even though it been doing the E commerce as my main business my main job or profession for several years now that Still keep behind him with music. I still love my music and does not actually as much of a division as I thought because in the end I think the thing that I found most powerful mice exciting in the music making was relationship between the former audience between the conducts and the orchestra of like the the leader in the team and between people in a do a partnership where you have a a singer work with pianist or something in the end. What was interesting to me is is relationships. I love music. Also very fascinated by intellectual game and the sort of Sport if you like a business because in the end you have skin in the game and asset Nicholas Mac never say his name Nassim. Nicholas Talib forgive me if I put Mr Todd says having skin in the game basically makes you make better decisions so effectively makes you smarter and I love that about business. But the common thread through all of this stuff that struck me very very strongly today after she really powerful phone calls of people is relationships nowadays. Start all of this view starting from scratch. I think you need to just be a couple of things. You need a bit of structure to create a relationship with somebody who can help train you and that doesn't just mean a mentor or coach Could willingly it probably means a group of you'll pay is now. I think you should be selective about you. Mean by because the people aren't taking action is a majority of people in any course for example they all your peers. If you're an action taken by the way reality check if you're one of the people that talks a lot and doesn't take action. Abby not person every so often and I can still end up in their. Don't kick myself in the button and get on with it. Then you'll peers. Are The people doing the same things you might? Just be real about that. You'RE NOT GONNA get into group of action takers. If you're not an action taker. So you got to start is chicken and egg but you gotTa Start Yourself. You're going to have some hungry yourself. He depend on other people to do the work for you which is another thing about partnerships. I guess even if you were more sophisticated person for private label seller in you considering possibly branching into running an agency or if you Of a private label sal and you want to add wholesale to add some stability to the mix of easy cash flow whatever it is then again. A lot of it comes down to ability and encourage in relationships and a Dan. Mattis said the other day who teaches wholesale. But it's true. I think across all sorts of business models within the e commerce. An Amazon sphere as has broadly. The truth is with the relationship if you all very very hit to what the other person in the relationship needs to serving that person and you are determined to serve them whether or not you're immediately getting paid or even if you never get paid then that mentality that that's orientation to the rest of the world will serve you very very
"mesa" Discussed on Criminal
"Another former employee told Reuters that Megan's mother Shirley caught would pull teeth from corpses to extract gold fillings. The employee said the truly showed off her collection and commented that she'd already sold enough gold to take the whole family to Disneyland. We reached out to Megan Hess in her family. They didn't respond to our request for an interview. So how would it work. I mean you bring Your Beloved Guan's body in to be cremated I guess. And how would donation come about what what what were some of the scenarios. It seems like the pattern usually went like this Alina Savitri Buckley he would come. In with your loved one looking for cremation and in some some cases. Megan Hess would say that if you agreed to donate an organ whether it was your loved ones bladder. There is their skin the the cremation would be discounted or even free in some cases. happened to Debbie but in other cases people never agreed to donate at all and and they would leave thinking that the creation was going to go as planned and when they received their ashes which for some people happened mysteriously late or there were some problems in other cases it went completely fine They would think that everything went went well and it wasn't until concerns concerns some cases years later that they got phone call from an FBI victim specialist and were told that they might want to bring bring those criminals us into their outpost which was exactly what had happened to Debbie Shum when she met with special agent John Bush he told told her that whatever was in the small container Megan Hess had given her. It was not Laura's ashes. He didn't know exactly where Laura's body was but he could tell Debbie what time Laura's body had been sold and what her donor number was us. Then Debbie says agent. Bush asked her if she had heard of something called plastination. He said he couldn't couldn't say much more because the investigation was ongoing the FBI wasn't yet sure about the scope of the case piece as people in the area heard about the scandal. They wanted to know if they'd been affected. And the the FBI only analyzed x number of cases They realized that there were. We're going to be tens if not hundreds of families who wished there cremades tested. Melissa Connor is the director of the Forensic Investigation Research Station at Colorado Mesa University and so they reached out to see if we would would be willing to do some of the cases set. Were not going to be part of the court case that we're actually not part of the investigation. Melissa Connor and her team tested a hundred and twenty eight samples of remains returned to families from sunset. Mesa funeral home families were wondering if they had ashes at all or things that resembled sh like unmixed concrete growed or even cat litter but when Melissa Conner's team analyzed the samples they did find bone and of course. They had questions about whether just because they had been returned bone was it still their descendant and the ad is beyond the science that we have today to answer to try and get. DNA Apple Dove commercially cremated remains. It could have been anyone's bones could have been any things bones it could be dog bones..
"mesa" Discussed on Criminal
"When the F. B. I. called Debbie. She didn't recognize the number so she didn't answer. They left voicemail and it was really kind of innocuous. It wasn't really that alarming. I mean it was like the FBI is calling. That's alarming. But it wasn't as mere fact she said said we don't have any information at this time that your loved one was a victim in this case and I thought a victim of what what what are they talking about when she called them back an FBI agent asked Debbie if they could meet the agent asks. Debbie to bring Laura's ashes two days later. Debbie found herself sitting in a small room with FBI. Special Agent. John Bush and he asked me to tell him about my experience with Sunset Mesa. And when I get done with my story he said I regret to inform Mu that none of this happened the way you think it did and I said what are you talking about the FBI agent told Debbie you that not only had lured bladder not been donated but that her whole body had been sold and then I used a home got. It was so hard for me to try. I couldn't even form questions. This is so different than any other kind of crime. I mean if the police came and they pounded on my door and told told me that a robber had gone up and down the road and broke into everybody's garage and stole their toolbox. You know I I would be angry but I would understand. I wouldn't say what's a robber. What's a toolbox? I would understand what was being said but this I I did not comprehend. What are you talking about the FBI agent told Debbie they've been investigating sunset Mesa for months Alina Savedra? Buckley is an editor for high country news. She was living in Gunnison Colorado at the time and heard about what was going on at Sunset Mesa the FBI. I had been Talking to former employees of Sunset Mesa since October two thousand seventeen and they they raided aided the business because they suspected that Megan Hess who owned the business was using her funeral home and the bodies that were coming coming in to be cremated And selling them through donor services which was a nonprofit Donor business that she operated under the same roof and that she was doing so without the consent of the families And then turn giving those families fake cranes. Instead of the ashes of their left one. Megan Hess became the owner of sunset. Mesa funeral home in two thousand eleven. Her mother Shirley Koch helped retrieving then prepare bodies and her father. Alan Koch Ran The crematory. Megan Hess also owned a business called donor services which she ran from inside her funeral home. She told her reporter that it was an important public service she said quote wrote. It's for the good of the world and I like to help people. What type of services did they provide? Well sense it may set provided burial services and cremation services but through donor services. They allowed customers to donate parts of their body to to research or science When Reuters initially investigated sunset Mesa in two thousand seventeen and even earlier than that? They found that it was the only business in the country that they could find. That had both of those services under one roof making Hess's donor services business. This was perfectly legal in theory. There's no federal law that prohibits so called body. Brokering as long as the body is to be used for research or education. This is different from donating organs for transplant which is highly really highly regulated. You can't sell organs for transplant for example. You can't sell a kidney to someone who needs it. Regulations relations strictly forbid you can however sell ahead to a dental conference or torso to a surgical training company company. This is what Megan Hess was doing. And it's hardly regulated at all these bodies and limbs that are. I used for research for testing surgical tools for Medical classes including classes at dental schools and plastic surgery schools. That's a pretty Under the radar Business sometimes the bodies are used for what's called plastination which is when plastics are used to preserve a body. You may have seen a plastination body in a museum. The exhibition body worlds debuted in Tokyo in nineteen ninety. Five and has been touring the world ever since and now there are similar exhibitions commissions all over legal scholars have suggested that more oversight of non transplant donation is necessary in the United States. Legislators have proposed a federal registration and tracking system but efforts to improve transparency. Assume that the body broker will tell the truth. Megan Hess is accused of misleading. Her clients going against their wishes and brokering deals without consent. She was allegedly selling bodies that their families families thought would be cremated and given back to them. Reuters reported on Meghan Hess's business in two thousand eighteen and interviewed a former. Mr Sunset. Mesa employee named Jennifer Henderson Henderson told Reuters that Megan has would brag about how lucrative creative selling bodies was in one month. She claimed she made about forty thousand dollars. According to a donor services price price list from two thousand thirteen a human foot sold for one hundred twenty five dollars. A knee was to fifty in a pelvis. Elvis with upper legs cost twelve hundred. Megan Hess did a lot of business by email using her hotmail address she claimed claimed she had a PhD in mortuary science which is a degree..
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"Is all of us and inspires us to do good and be better. Just mercy is a deeply moving inspiring film about one. Man's never ending fight for justice against all all odds starring Michael B Jordan Academy Award Winner Jamie Foxx and Academy Award Winner Brie Larson now playing in theaters rated. PG Thirteen directed by. I destined Daniel Creighton. I was coming back from Alaska I had spent a summer up in Alaska and When I was coming back It was the middle of the night knows in Grand Junction and waiting for a bus to connect to take me further south. This was in October of nineteen eighty. Nine Debbie Shum didn't want to be at the bus station all night so she showed up at the house of an old friend. He wasn't there but his girlfriend was her name was Laura Lee Johnson Z.. was kind of fumbling around trying to explain who I was. Does she asked me. Do you need somewhere to sleep for the night and invited me in and that was basically exactly how the whole thing started right there and we became very close friends pretty much immediately. We stayed up and talked and and that kind of became the theme of our friendship. Mostly we talked. Laura was an artist and Woodson. The pieces to Debbie. Debbie Says Lor was incredibly funny neither of them got along with their families so they often spent Thanksgiving and Christmas together. And then in two thousand fifteen. Laura told Debbie. She'd been diagnosed with bladder cancer. They've been friends hands for twenty five years as things progressed. Her doctor wanted her to do chemotherapy and radiation and she asked him well. Is it going to help. And they said no and she said well then why would I do that. Her doctor suggested removing in her bladder. Laura said absolutely not. She was not down with that. She did not like that idea. A- all Laura was living alone she was still in Grand Junction Colorado. I would go up and help her. You know do laundry this cleaning You know make some meals for her and put them in the frigerator in the freezer so she could easily get them and do some shopping for her when nor could no longer live on her own. The disgust hospice options. Laura Laura didn't WanNa live in a facility so Debbie said come live with me. Hospice doctors nurses would come to them. When I'm I am sick I am cranky but Laura was she was all please and thank you and very grateful? Uh for everything. Everything every spoonful of soup that I gave her everything. Every time I arranged the blankets she was funny to The hospice doctor asked her. Is there anything I can bring you. And she said with a very straight face The she wanted Brad Pitt to come in. Peel some grapes for her and fan her with peacock feathers and so we all decided that we would place an order for three of those. I sang to her. I told her stories. We talked about her grandmother. She is very close with her grandmother. Who is also an artist? I made up stories about her and her grandmother walking through the forest holding hands.
"mesa" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
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