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"mr hickok" Discussed on Sword and Scale
"Refuse outwardly. He didn't seem to put off his of like all right. Whatever it will different. But i could tell that. He wasn't too happy after louis's refusal. Seth kept his anger and check and feigned only casualties appointment but cat knew that something bad was bound to happen. If lizzy didn't eventually comply holy while we were watching will begun to play and one playing. We started just watching a movie set. Aside are a well my girlfriend's here and he's naked so i am going to. I hope that's okay. He released no. I can't. I can't be peer while you do in a strong relationship so he seemed disappointed and he was a guard or whatever so he climbed onto two-time behind us. Lucie refused seth twice and anyone that was familiar with. Seth knew that the word no is not something he handled very well. Just ask seth's girlfriend katherine fish. Several never tolan how he thinks sitting near not that he would be something that would perjury and thing would sign new invention. He was talking after lizzie. Said no to seth the second time she and continued watching a movie while sitting on the apartment floor. Meanwhile seth put on a pair of gloves retrieved a thin rope from his bedroom shoes sitting right next to me. He moved up close behind her and he wrapped the rope overhead. And around or not and started pulling on it. From what i remember. It looked like he was pressing his knee against her back and pointing the rope towards him as he held her still with his me. It was lucy doing as defendant strangled. Her with the rope stretched out in front of her arms. Kind of curled up against your chest. And her is reclosed. She let out a quick noise and she's sorta stopped moving. Did you try to stop the defendant. Did you tell him to stop. Did you go or yell for help. Tell the jurors again. What did you do a state thing. When i got up to the window. Shut the first window. And when he gestured. I shut the second seth musalia strangled lizzy marriott until she was unconscious and continued strangling her until she was dead. This went on for at least five minutes. All the wildcat mcdonagh did nothing to stop it. Then seth did the unthinkable and when the defendant was done strangling lizzy when she could no longer say no to him when she could no longer deny him he rated her. He got on top of lizzy. He pushed lizzy underwear. Aside inserted his penis into lizzy and he raped lizzy muttering insults to lizzie under his breath. While he did so violating elating liz's limp body until he objected after violating lizzy. Seth cleaned himself up and began to panic unable to look at the face of the teenage girl. He had just killed and raped. Seth put plastic bags over. Lizzy is head and instructed cat to call his friend. Roberta gerke in cat obeyed and roberta arrived a short while later with her boyfriend paul. Both of them decided they wanted nothing to do with the situation and left. Leaving the fate of lizzy dead body in the hands of the man that killed her. When mr hickok and miss gerke and left the defendant in mcdonagh continue to cover up. What the defendant had done to lizzie. The defendant wrapped lizzy dead body in a tarp. The defendant with mcdonagh's assistance stuffed liz's body into a suitcase which they then take shut. They located lizzy car in the parking lot and together the defendant mcdonagh loaded and took that car. Liz concealed body in the suitcase. And he and mcdonough. Took off and lizzy with liz corpse in the back of her own car. Seth in cat drove to portsmouth and ultimately arrived at a cliff said on peer silent. A small island that overlooks the piscataway kwa river and atlantic ocean. It was here that. Seth and cat disposed of lindsey's body who pushed his body over the cliff at that point in time. What happened to listen body. Did it fall into the water. And heidi lizzy did not fall in the water at that point in town there were rocks down at the bottom. It was the tide was lower and she landed on the rocks. Lizzy is lifeless. Body crash landed on the rocks below. The cliff's edge forcing seth and cat to climb down to her cat reached lizzy i and pushed her into the water. And that was the last time anyone saw or will ever see lizzie. Marriott and her body was never recovered four days. After lucy's body was lost to the atlantic ocean south alia was arrested and charged with second degree murder but after cat mcdonagh was also arrested and agreed to work with authorities. Sets criminal. Charge was upgraded. He was now on the hook for first degree murder and faced the.
"mr hickok" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Two years. I don't think it's really in question. I mean, he's he showed himself that he can. He can play and you know he didn't lose. I mean, he didn't He didn't lose it. He was the other guy wanted. For the birdie so and let's not forget Mr Hickok. Hit the hole twice getting that people you know for birdie. It burned it twice shooting match for him so Um, it was it was. It was a tough go. But, you know, I think I don't think he would trade the 800 grand right now for the two year exemption, because I think he's going to be okay in the next two years anyway. Well, he's got an exemption in the next year by with the 800,000 is going to finish him high enough on the money list, isn't it? Well, yes. Yeah, I mean, so I mean, if he's going to qualify 1 39 to 69 the FedEx point. So so, yeah, so he's going to get the exemption next year. No matter what by doing this and the two year exemption. Is it actually a calendar year or does it two full seasons? So it's two full seasons starting next season, But by this 800,000 also got him extra probably exemptions in further tournaments the rest of this season, which will help him out immensely. So back back up your career 15 years. You're a blossoming player on tour. You have $800,000. Somebody says Give me the $800,000. I'll give you two year exemption. You take the deal. You've got the 800,000. So you have to go borrow it. It's sitting in your hand because you have another. You've got at least a one year exemption. You have a job for the next year and a half. So what's the difference between having a job for the next year and a half of the job for the next 2.5 years? You got a job? Plus you got the 800 K. You don't have to still go work up your other 800 K media to to your exemptions Nice. But with the eight R K. He's going to get the rest of the season and next season as well. So I'm putting too fine a point on this, Michael, But I would just take the 800 to the two year exemption means you know what your life is going to be like for well for him for two in a third seasons, right? Yeah, he knows where it's for sure. But like he said, he's going to know what his life's like for another year anyway. For for sure. So what's you know? One extra year? I think you'd burden the hand is better than okay. The bush because what you're doing is you're banking on it at 800 K. He's going to win more than 800. K in year three. Cause you're not giving you anything right now you're giving him the rest of this year. And then the next two years you're giving him the 800 K. So is he going to make more or less that third year with the 800 K. That's that That would be the math. You're always the businessman. Very. He sharpened his pencil and came to the The proper answer Fruits. Cramer, let me know if you need any help with your finances, buddy Fruits. Harris. English is just kind of quietly having a very, very, very good season. Couple of wins. He finished third in the U. S open a couple of weeks ago. $5.5 million in prize money. What's the strength of this guy's game? You know, I was very impressed with with him, and I have to admit that I have not been paying much attention or maybe any attention to him at all this year. I know he won, but He's played well, but I never really I got a chance in this playoff to really watching and studying a little bit and He plays with a very quiet confidence and his eyes. I looked at his eyes in the playoff, and it really told me that he was comfortable being there. I mean, he had that You may beat me, but I'm I'm not going to back down or falter, looked to him and Especially as he stared down, those far puts to keep the playoff going. I mean, he got it up and down of the bunker, and, uh He just He really played. Well, I mean, they both did They both did. It was really ashamed if somebody had to lose it, But he also had the crowd against him because everybody is rooting for the kids. Sure, yeah. Yeah, and I thought I thought that here is English took that really well. I mean, after the after it's all done, he said. It was actually kind of invigorating and you know, and to see somebody on the precipice of maybe their first win, and it's not like he's won a ton. That was his fourth tour victory. But still I mean, for tour victories is is pretty darn good. He just refused to buckle and Very interesting, an intense playoff and by the way, he just moved to number eight on the writer couple. ISC hears. Oh, no, I think he's pretty much a shoeing. There's there's no question about it. I mean, I don't think Stryker goes, you know, way off the reservation to certainly, I mean, he's got six picks, but I don't think that he's just as solid all around player, I think I want to talk about this home, making putts from 5 to 10 FT. As fruits, Jimmy kind of alluded to there. It's just astounding to see both players just kept on pouring in C 678 footers to extend the playoffs. I checked statistically parts between five and 10 ft. On tour. Moat on the big tour. Most players make somewhere between 25 30% of putts of that length. But I'm thinking isn't that kind of the difference between a player sticking on the big tour and maybe being either a lesser player on tour? Or maybe, you know, being a Korn ferry guy? I mean, the way they all hit the ball is You know, I What I'm trying to say is, I think that the guys that can solidly make putts consistently like that are the guys eventually that stick for long periods of time, right or wrong. You're correct. I mean, it's a game of inches. I mean, the closer you are. I mean, it's all numbers closer. Your proximity to the whole is everything. Whether it's on your approach shot into the green. Whether it's on your chip shot after you missed the green, whether it's on your first put when you hit the green. Proximity to the hole for the part that you end up having before you hold. It is everything. The old the old percentages to be fairly simple 50% from five ft. But every one of us when you're standing over that 67 footer for birdie you're going should have made that And you think back of it. As you're sitting on the deck of Morningstar going off, I would have just made that puddle number eight for birdie..
"mr hickok" Discussed on Real Monsters
"Get their way up to nancy's room. They find blood splatter on the wall and they find her in bed they rush out and they go and they get the share and he walks through there in to his credit. One of the first things that he decides to do is going. Get a guy by the name of alvin dewey. We have his picture in there. He was a church. Mate of herb. Clutter in the clutter families. He knew them personally but he was also a detective with the kansas bureau of investigation. Oh so this guy. What a smart move. Yeah i mean he's not keystone cop right in he. And evaluates this in one of the things that one of the interesting observations. I thought he ad and it's really as far as the earlier uses of what could be called a profiles logic Was looking at how. Nancy was positioned. And so what do we reason was. Whoever did this could look the rest of the family in the eye as they killed them but they couldn't do that with her. It had to be somebody who knew her or thought they knew her in done where that led them. I was to her boyfriend. A guy by the name of bobby rupp which you know. I'm sure with any investigation. That's likely where it's going to go to a new one for right but he was cleared because he had an alibi. But what's interesting is it dube's logic. There still applies if you look at hickok and smith because hickok later admitted in his confession yeah that he knew there was a girl there and this is there no no no he was talking to the other guy who worked there and he knew they had a daughter. Okay hickok knew that and come to find out. Mr hickok also has a history of pedophilia. One of his wives was sixteen when he married her and while he was with this live he knocked up a thirteen year old. Oh my god yes in. He later said in his confession. That i it. Basically the reason he kept pushing onto safe was because he neither.
"mr hickok" Discussed on Real Monsters
"In he. And evaluates this in one of the things that one of the interesting observations. I thought he ad it's really as far as the earlier uses of what could be called a profiles logic Was looking at how. Nancy was positioned. And so what do we reason was. Whoever did this look the rest of the family in the eye as they killed them but they couldn't do that with her. It had to be somebody who knew her or thought they knew her in done where that led them. I was to her boyfriend. A guy by the name of rupp which you know. I'm sure with any investigation. That's likely where it's going to go to a new one for right but he was cleared because he had an alibi. But what's interesting is it dube's logic. There still applies if you look at hickok and smith because hickok later admitted in his confession yeah that he knew there was a girl there and this is there no no no he was talking to the other guy who worked there and he knew they had a daughter. Okay hickok knew that and come to find out. Mr hickok also has a history of pedophilia. One of his wives was sixteen when he married her and while he was with this live he knocked up a thirteen year old. Oh my god yes in. He later said in his confession. That i it. Basically the reason he kept pushing onto safe was because he knew the girl was there that was his drive for going. Oh you wanted to see the girl and oh by the way there's money yeah basically. Wow so i think you could argue ultimately. This was not a robbery. It was a sex crime but nobody was raped right. No he wanted to rate nancy but it was actually perry who talked out of it. i don't know how much you can believe this part of it but he said that he was ready to fight..
"mr hickok" Discussed on WDRC
"Don't you ask her? Calamity Jane figures, she knows him better than most. Oh, thank you. I will perhaps I can buy you a drink after yourself. I ain't going nowhere. Miss miss. Jane, you talking to me names calamity, no missing calamity, Jane. I'm sorry. I'm Jay KENDALL, gentlemen, over there mentioned that you are good friend of wild Bill hickok who why that ain't no gentleman stink and pig banana, Jack McCall you've been sitting with him. Don't foul up there around me hit the trail, Mr.. Well. I was hoping you could introduce me to Mr. hickok. Hey, you English. Yes. I thought sue. In English fellow down. Abilene wouldn't quit riding heard on may had to shoot him. Oh. J just arrived. Ain't friend and McCall only met him a few minutes ago. What brings you? I am a writer newspaper articles for the London Times e. I guess you heard about me and well Bill. Yes. The gun you'll ever see eye to bed myself. But I nothing to wild Bill come on over to taper ring the bottle now tell you about.