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"mike jag" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"You have pornography and then you have this more like this demotic pornography. Okay so this next bits going to the next ninety seconds might get a little difficult to listen to. But here's what I have in my notes. Okay so police said they discovered a massive quote a massive amount of extremely graphic child pornography featuring children as young as three and four years old being raped by some reports as many as seven computers loaded with pornography were confiscated from the apartment according to the Richmond Times dispatch senior assistant. Commonwealth's Attorney Mike Jag oils. Later told judge Kimberly O'Donnell that there were as many as thirty movie files discovered on computers. That were removed from follies apartment. Some depicting acts with minors as young as one. This is this just tough to even read minors young as one or two years old and others featuring individuals ten to fourteen years old folly of course maintain that the computers were not his as you pointed out. He says they belong to a former resident of the apartment. No one was buying this load crap that he was trying to shovel Robert. This just proves how this guy's story changes constantly. He's always has some excuse for things and so that's when you really know that. Most likely whatever happened to her was at the hands of this individual so like we said this results in his arrest and also results in a second more comprehensive search of his apartment while that. But here's what's Great. We can put him in for these charges and then because of these charges we can go back and look for more evidence we can build our case and know exactly where he is and hold him and he can't do anything to get rid of evidence in the process so the things that they were looking for in the second search many of the items that were listed on the search warrant included things that would belong to Taylor. You know her clothing her her jeans. Black Hoodie sneakers. Black Watch bracelets Saint Francis Necklace student. Id Nokia Cell Phone and car keys. All of that's listed on the war also listed. Were skateboards sometimes. You WanNa put a generic term out there so you can take any skateboard that you find burglary tools. This would probably go back to his previous convictions. There are also looking for knives hammers shovels and pry bars. And then I found this to be strangers. Always something strange listed on these search warrants on here we have the ever suspicious pepperidge farm cookie boxes but yeah I couldn't figure out I have no idea why this would be on the warrant. The cops were hungry. I don't know if they had reason to believe that she would have had one of these cookie boxes in her possession at the time that she went missing and maybe that then they can go. Okay is it might be coincidence. But it also might be a sign that she was here right later that night. I don't have a complete look. Incomplete list of what was found in the apartment. But here's what we do know was taken out of the house. Pursuant to the search warrants women's white underwear a laptop computer a Macintosh computer a digital camera sex toys including dildos and spiked bracelets a knife. Two bags of clothes from a garbage can outside of the house a beaded necklace with a cross from this was removed from the garbage as well. A bicycle chain necklace. A watch from the garbage can a thirty five millimeter camera. A box containing bones. He collected weird things like that where everybody has a right to have weird shit. Oh Yeah Yeah we we we. We all probably own some weird shit rolls of film. I mean we probably don't have a bunch of dildos lane around A black brawl a machete. Cigarette BUTTS A prescription bottle skateboards they did find skateboards yearbook a hatchet. A hammer a pry bar a thirty two caliber cartridge and a partridge in a pear tree. I mean it just goes on and on and on the one thing. That was rather interesting of note here captain. Police also removed a section from a box spring that was stained with some kind of Reddish Brown substance they did include and executed a warrant for follies hair and DNA samples. Not Found Taylor cell phone that they were looking for her college. Id Her car keys again. Anything linking Fawley Ben Fawley directly to Taylor's disappearance does not seem to have been found just on the child porn possession alone police had enough to charge folly with a felony. And as you said hold him while they continue to build a case against him regarding Taylor's disappearance and they also charged him with a possession of a firearm because remember he's a convicted felon. He's not legally permitted to be in possession of a gun but the their investigation takes pretty interesting. Turn as far as because you you collected all the stuff but but where do you go from that? I mean that none of this other than the child porn pornography. Can you charge him with or like you said the the gun possession charged so you can add that on top of things but well. They're going to go to the public for help okay. Because on October eleventh police announced that they were specifically interested in the sightings of the following items between the dates of September fifth and September seventeenth. They WANNA know. Had anybody seen a white Ford escort? That's remember that's the vehicle. Virginia License Plate J. P. C. Twenty eight forty eight and they asked the public to call in sightings of the vehicle and a description of whomever may have been driving the vehicle at the time. They wanted to know who had been driving. Taylor's car around Richmond. During that time that they can't figure out where it was they also wanted people to report any sightings of of Virginia personalized license plates G. R. N. E. R. T. age. This was a plate stolen from a vehicle around the time Taylor disappeared and police believed it might have been in follies possession and they also sought information about that. Ohio state license plate as well right. So what's interesting to me is while they need the public's help it seems like they have a general idea of what was going on. At the time he abducted he did something to Taylor and was moving her vehicle round during the time that it was unaccounted for and he may have been switching out the plates multiple times along the way right. Because if you know this girl's missing you you see work kind of car. She has. How many people saw that car looked at the license plates and went while? That's not her car. Yeah yeah it also came out around the same time? The media reported that folly used his credit card to buy gas in new Kent County between Mathews County and Richmond on the night. That Taylor disappeared. So this really kind of to me would suggest that his later claimed that he was attacked. There doesn't seem to be any time left for that to actually have taken place. It's the old jussie. Smollet jumped farce. We got going on there. Meanwhile Taylor's family lawyer cleaned out Taylor's dorm room taking all of her possessions back to her hometown of Vienna and they stayed at Taylor's family basically stated even if she is found alive she's not going to be returning to vcu at this time. There's too much going on here and 'cause at this point you have to believe that she's -ducted and so if you do find her alive. There's no way that you're GonNa want her parents for her to be around that facility to have any of those bad memories well. Things are looking very very bleak by this time and now they're really honing in on folly and he's locked up and they can start. They WanNa start going through his social circles. Now we're going to publicly asked the public for help but we're going to get into his social circles and ask these people for help and one of the people that they come across. Is this young woman named Aaron who was also a VC use student and somewhat of a friend or acquaintance of Taylor's an oddly kind of looks like she could be related to tailor definitely. Looks like Taylor's mother like there's a lot of similarities there and she's a little older than Taylor She's twenty three at the time. Apparently she dated Ben Fawley for some time. I guess they only dated for a couple of months before Aaron broke up with him and she. She probably didn't WanNa come forward because of such an embarrassment that she dated this Douche in the first place well I think she was the one that the charges some of his previous convictions stemmed from so well. He had a history of these girls after a while. Yeah but oddly he would. He would start dating them and because let me take pictures of you. You're so beautiful. And he would make these girls feel like they're the best thing in the world but then that became all well now. I'm jealous of everybody else and I just love you so much. I'm jealous of everybody else and then become aggressive almost like self sabotaging the relationship like well. And here's the thing to captain going on. Now we've seen a lot of these types of cases anytime. Detectives think that we have somebody who needs to hide something that they never ever want anyone to find they start asking the people that know them best. Okay is there anywhere that he liked to camp or go fishing or go hunting. You know outdoor activities. What does he do and where does he go? They start talking to Aaron. They start showing her picture after picture from his. Pho- photography webpage because they need her to identify some of these locations. Here's picture tell us where you think this area is? Yeah who take pictures of girls and things like that but would also take pictures of old rundown sheds and you know just fields in in random items and locations so one photo that caught her eye. You know she's looking at photo after photo. Finally she sees one and she's like Holy Moly. This might be something here. This is a photo of an old abandoned house with like a Tin Lean to attached to it. The House was oddly enough located on her family farm. Which was about ninety miles away from Richmond in Mathews County right and I think he. She took there at some point. Maybe they've been shot. Shot those photos together well and remember we talked about folly purchasing gas with his credit card right out that night now all of a sudden this photo of an old abandoned house ninety miles away out in the middle of nowhere seems very important for all of our sakes. We need to avoid crowds any way we can right now. But what if you need.
"mike jag" Discussed on CarCast
"All the different modes sport track in. I'm sure it has the off roads and snow modes which I didn't use but normal sport and track are are all great. It opens up the exhausted. It's quick so Lamborghini says zero to sixty in about three and a half seconds three point four seconds motor trend in has tested it as quick as three seconds three seconds yeah wow sixty and I will tell you this is the everyday Lamborghini and this is a smart move for them in in trying to increase their revenue create a product. That's GONNA increase people to the brand so far. What I've heard is seventy percent of all the earth sales or new Lamborghini customers. it starts at two hundred thousand dollars kind of goes up from there. I don't have the the Monroney on the one that I'm driving but it seems like it's pretty well equipped. I don't know if it's as high as two fifty but but it's good I don't like get in yellow and the crazy start. Stop feature that all these new cars have this one annoys me for some reason I don't like like it in this vehicle and when you hit the button to turn it off it just restarts the motor restarts the engine in that instant but the next stop light it resets. The whole thing shuts it off again. You want to deactivate you have to put it in sport mode and that was the most annoying thing for me but yeah well. It's funny I was in Kentucky. Now is driving around in the skies. Alpha Stelvio yeah and I said it was doing the stupid start stopping Lang and it was like screw up the guys radar detector because the guys radar detector wouldn't run when it stopped off whatever whatever and I said Ma'am Anna and I had that in the jagged you gotta pull the fuse and he was telling me yet but defeat pull the fuse. You can't get the hood open because somehow the the hood latch and use or the thing on the same circuit or something like that so there is some that seems unlikely unlikely. It seemed unlikely good. She was very mechanical not electric. I it seemed unlikely to me too. I didn't exactly know maybe you can try to Google. Alpha Stelvio disabled the autostarts. Pado stop-start views news and anyway. I like we were sitting in the middle of Kentucky. He was giving me a speech about the hood. Y- I was like I was. I was trying to kind of pick your what he was saying. Yeah wasn't doesn't really making sense to me but I didn't have time to really take a deep dive in and because we're waiting we're like shooting and filming and stuff like dads just like I'll take your word for but in the Jag I just disabled that thing by pulling the fuse and it's the best ten minutes you'll ever thought about that with this and it was funny as I flip through the manual a lot of times. I like to do that the these more complex vehicles just to see if there's a few things there's some things you pick up like behind the little shifter. There's a slot like you think you put a penn or something in there and it's designed for the key fob and when you slide it in there it charges the key fob kind of shaped like the key fob and that intrigued me so I I looked it up in the book and as I was flipping through the book. I just happened to see a page with two sentences. It said we don't recommend you take on a short trip because we like it. It basically said if it wants to get the vehicle up to temperature and I know you're not losing a lot of temperature. Every time time that's stupid. Start stop feature goes goes on and off but it just seems counterintuitive in the world of of High Performance Vehicle and shutting down on the motor and leak in putting oil back in the Pan and it just seems it's all well I don't so oh is it a difference between sixteen miles per gallon combined and fifteen. I think everyone is looking for their cafe rating to be high. I now obviously if you have two hundred plus grand to invest in a vehicle that weighs a lot has a six hundred forty six forty one engine and goes zero to sixteen three seconds. Few the cost of fuel is not at the top of your list. You know if you just said their customer does their customer is their customer affected by gasping three nine a gallon versus four eleven gown versus to ninety-one answers no now and now and I would also guess that their customers even really know gas goes up a dime so in terms of fuel savings for the customer doesn't make you right. It's a non issued call on the corporate side the cafe standards what they gotta meet right those regulations and now the only reason why companies like Bentley or or or a Lamborghini can survive is being part of like Ah Volkswagen group that has a bunch of little tiny cars right and for those of you who who were like me going out Jesus Christ woody very safe eyedrops worth gas at the end of the year. We looked at up. Ones like you save fifty gallons of gas at the end of the year. There's some there's some significant vacant amount yeah which I still don't care about it still so it could be an annoyed at every stop or you could save. If you guys apply does when you go please how much would say they've studies. I've read or looked up said add that at the end of the year or over the car's lifetime or average or lease or whatever it was the number was significant like yeah. I mean not okay but again not not enough for us to care but you would still go fifty gallons. There's a lot of that is a lot. I didn't know that it was I I remember. I don't know if Max Pat looked it up or gary looked up or somebody looked it up but I remember going oh well that is it's a lot yeah so they're doing it because they are able to add it to their bottom line so to speak cafe half as standard. If it's that high it makes a difference it does annoy the customer and we talk about some of the other sort of electric hybrid vehicles like the when the shuts shuts down the engine and goes into an electric mode. You can leave the line you can earn electric power and it doesn't feel like it's stalling hauling like in the Jag had turned on you. Pull into the parking space shuts the motor down and now the cars are off and do you want to inch forward a little bit more then. It's got a fire it up like that's the part where like in the sexy electric motor so ridership. I I do think some cars are definitely better like he said than others like the Changgu you know the Jank Jank kind of Mike Jag you put it in reverse. The reverse camera comes on you back cloudier space and then he put it in drive and you start driving away and you can look down at the screen and diverse cameras on as you're going down the street forward like so cars that are little more winky with the with a little slower with electronics are gonNA tend to suffer little more when they shut down and come back gone on not going to be as clean as the NS X. is with the electric motor and the Japanese heritage and everything else Max bad. Did you find anything about seeing it saves about eight to ten or eight to twelve percent of your fuel economy a year so I'm trying to figure out what that means in gallons well. It doesn't matter ten percent. That's that's a big. It's a big chunk yeah. I and I'm for ten percent of not guest ten percent. I guess so many people sitting traffic and city he driving. That's where it all comes well. If you think about ten percent and you go you fill up once once once a week then you fill up fifty times fifty times a year right yeah so ten percent. If you're in a small so trump gallons well. It's five Phillips a year and that could be sixteen ounce. I'm you know that that that could be that could be eighty gallons yeah. I'm good with saving the ASS. I'm all for that. I just the execution of this is annoying. Yes when you know you know but we talked about Lamborghini experimenting with capacitors and maybe doing something with that and Electric Motors Bitch Anyway. Let's all these cars. I want to know about the interior this car aw I wanNA hit Tommy John. I lot of underwear brands out. There claim big comfort. I'm wearing my Tommy John's right now. They're the best when you travel you. GotTa travel with your Tommy. Johns over seven million pairs sold and ninety six percent of their customer. Ratings are four stars or above. They're just the best legs never ride up. 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"mike jag" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Eights Trump day, it's Wednesday again used to be called hump day. But since the trumpsters in there, we're gonna go Trump day morning ritual. Louis Kanus T A AM seven ninety two San's. Most stimulating talk. Oh, there's a lot you need to know Bogo at three things I three things I think you need to know number one the campus conversation yesterday at the U of we dipped in and out of the nine AM our today. Well, I watched the whole thing. And it is an absolute disaster. Let's put it was. They were some really powerful speakers a few of them. Of course, they were shouted down by the crazies, wait until you hear what was said all everything exactly what took place on the the tape. They didn't help themselves. Let's put it that way way to you here. It's of course, one of the one of the people that was actually Dr Cabrera was on the panel. He was on a panel remind you he and we'll get into this. But it's all about the campus conversation next one apparently in the fall taking this OSI, Dr Cabrera works at U of on this panel. He has a new book just out white guys on campus, racism, white immunity, and the myth of post racial higher education. You know, exactly you're getting don't you second thing that I think you need to know is man. Oh, man. Oh, man. Pima county starting Pima county and the city of Tucson. Both signed off on expanded efforts to house illegal alien migrant families that nice in that nice. I like how they can stay still say a manufactured crisis. But it says her in the local paper, but with no end in sight of the arrival of Silom seekers those early lanes. So Chuck Huckleberry said, listen, we need to do more to house these people so two sons going to become the center for call centers and legally and migrants beautiful third thing. I think you need to know. And Greg Paul mentioned, this coaches county. There's supervisor board unanimously approves accepting the operation stone garden, grants one and a half million bucks. Remember Pima county last year? We came the first county ever ever in the country, all the counties across the country to ever reject stone garden funding why because Trump is president. So what will the supervisors three nut jobs? Go after coaches counting. Call them racist stuff. You think that's gonna happen from ably? Probably nuts. Probably not. But hey, you know, whatever. What? What do? I know. Right. What do I know? Three things. I think you need to know. Now. The campus conversation some of the things people were saying, we're absolutely ludicrous. I mean beyond the pale insane nuts. Inside baseball here for you. Erica have to erica's in variety. He's off for a couple of days. He stuff to do. So I'm told anyway, Erica will is listening to these as I gave you the the audio to put in and the look on your face. Yeah. It's a bit crazy. Isn't it? And and when I started she never listened to station shouldn't have to and that's fine. That's great. And you could do whatever you want them, forcing you. But now, it's all starting to make sense. Isn't he thought I was crazy? This guy's just crazy just saying these things to say these things and now you see the crazies. Now, the good thing is it's no more than probably a hundred people on the campus of thirty five thousand. But they scream the loudest, and they do exist, and they seem to get away with this stuff, which which kind of sucks, you know, it kind of sucks. So we gotta deal with this stuff. Now, I could play you some of the crazy stuff, and I will play the crazy stuff. But there were some really powerful things. College public one guy who is a a third generation immigrant family survived. The holocaust. Another legal immigrant from Chile. There's all kinds of but there is a fairly you could tell the look on his face it. Here's a Lebanon's immigrants. I'll play them over here. A Lebanese immigrants. I couldn't really make out his name. He works at the college of optical sciences. And he is disgusted by the behaviour. Of these three students on the tape that are asking the border patrol all these other students just to give you a quick before. I play might just to let you know if somebody said something that the mob. Didn't like they started screaming shouting. They did it to the people on the panel to rob Robbins, damn glad to meet you they go. Mike Jag, Johnny. Do these crazy things. They interrupt. Which is exactly what they did to the border patrol agents. And that criminal Justice club on the vacancies. And they act like this is okay. And you have these numb nuts on this panel? And by the way, they never asked anybody from the border patrol the panel. If you listen to the show in the nine o'clock hour yesterday, we had Brandon Judd Arto Cueto the president and vice president of the national board Joe council. They're the guys border patrol agents in charge of the union. They speak for them. They're on TV all the time on radio all the time. They have to be in our studio. These are guys then you would Trump all the time. And they're like nobody contacted us to be on this panel. It was a whole bunch of leftist. Even the moderator was talking about how in the new place in the newsroom, you never going to hear this on the other news. She said in this, do, you know in the newsroom's because she she used to work for all three local TV stations. Now, she works for the public media TV station on the campus. And she actually said, you know, in the newsroom's when we'd see stories of people getting deported. It really affected Latinos. If they're here legally, they're here illegally. So how do you think she did her reporting, by the way, and then she's the moderator for this? And then like, I told you the guy that that wrote the book about white people are racist just because of their skin color, Dr Nolan Cabrera. This is what happened yesterday. The crazies showed how crazy they were. And you know, it's really ridiculous that they accepted this. Nobody on that panel. The guts to say, this is why people are upset with you. This is what you did the border patrol agents. This is not acceptable behavior. It just yell at people. Where's the national discourse? To be there, by the way, they did have grief counselors. They didn't have therapy Llamas. They'd grief counsellors, they mentioned that towards the end. I watched this whole thing. I did it for you. I want you to hear this Lebanese emigrant there might over there. Remember, if you don't mind listen to this this gentleman college of optical sciences at the bay listen to this. Hi, my name's Patty, ovation appointed personnel. The college optical sciences. The person I'm Livin ease of origin and seen both sides of the migration of lived it. From the perspective that I am an immigrant. I came to the United States many years ago because we were driven out of our country. Refugees and people that were none Lebanese. So do you wanna experience fear persecution? You know, don't talks here because you know, because.
"mike jag" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"That's where i met zach wow this problem a best memory 'cause that we used to have live bands but famous people like zach likes good charlotte was there i think tech9 was there wrapper on bands like that people like that and then they would go and sit in announced booth and call the matches with the announcers i thought that was awesome because you know zaki the he don't care and he was fun and he was so cool i learned so much just listening to him talk that's probably my fondest memory the fans were cool i think that that product was ahead of its time mtv was going to push it within they switched management and they started going with the jersey shore type things and we just got put in shelf and that was it we did the whole season in week here's a question him out of order answer came it from mike jagged he said will lose your underground avid developmental program we were speaking about aaa but now we're talking about lurch underground do you see maybe some like those guys ban it's a wrestling show on elleray network i don't think we will have a development system but there is definitely we we do have try out and even this year i saw at will we are setting up the cameras and all that kind of stuff there was about twenty guys and girls they're doing like try out so i don't think an actual development thing i think it's it's like even if i think it luce underground people need to know is you gotta be in the right place at the right time it's not your talent it's your desire and if you're willing to have fun and understand that this is in a fulltime gig in you come in there you're you're probably going to get a shot yet.