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"mr macarthur" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on The Big Story

"Take. A city exhaled yesterday just a bit, but it was badly needed. We myself in the investigative team are pleased that Mr. MacArthur has pled guilty today. Sparing the community and those who knew the victims of lengthy trial. I believe that this is the best possible outcome for the families and the community. For about two years in Toronto. It is felt like the overwhelming question around the crimes that led to Bruce. Macarthur's arrest has been how much worse is this going to get we started wondering at with dread after dogged reporting made it clear that men were vanishing in the church street village, three men disappeared over two years span. But it's only now that investigators are now making any kind of connection we asked the same question after each new cry for help from the community the fact that there was a serial killer that was out there the evidence does not point to that the evidence does not suggest that we wondered it after every please press conference. I when they said, there was no reason to believe there was a serial killer operating then this morning at approximately ten twenty five AM. Police arrested Sixty-six-year-old Bruce MacArthur, he has been charged with two counts of first degree murder in relation to Mr. kinsman. And Mr. Essen, we wondered it after every revelation made plane just how long the hints and the warnings had been there. Wait. Thing for investigators. We wondered it after every new charge every new body. Every announcement the police were spotted back at the Mallory crescent property where the remains were found and every time we asked at brought a new.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Just for you. Okay. Now, let's do feedback. Okay. We got four voice messages to begin with. Yeah. So the first one is from Ryan in case suggestion. All right. Let's hear what Ryan had to say. Hey, guys, Ryan from Canada, just calling the sale eager to favorite chew, come CLYDE casts out there that you guys are the curious coupla I've ever heard now I sent the suggestion about a couple of months ago at never end up hearing it on the show, and I just wanted to say, thank you. And my suggestion was Bruce MacArthur Tron on -tario Canada killed numerous men in round the GTA going into gay clubs, and he owned a. A business landscaping business where he would cut up the bodies place them in the pots and in there and hit continue on with this day. Here's just uncovered earlier this year in like the hey rendition. Unless creepy old, man. Thanks, guys. More thing. I didn't just call for the t shirt contests. I did end up sending a while back. I just don't know what happened to it. So hope you guys have a good one in Australia dig either. Great take care. Thanks, ryan. Yes. Thank you. So I do remember getting avoi- Smale from your Ryan awhile back and something was wrong with the audio wasn't able to play it. I'm glad that you call back that you persevered. Yes. So you're gonna send me an Email with your address in your shirt size. That's what we need. Okay. So this is an interesting thing. This is about men disappearing between two thousand ten two thousand seventeen and there's a task force created to linked to disappearance of three men of South Asia Middle East and origin called project Houston. Now, they didn't achieve much success in this task force. And then fast forward to two thousand seventeen. There is more and more public speculation of a serial killer. And there was evidence gained from another missing persons investigation. Which led the Toronto police service to create a second divisional test for this when called project prison, and this was a little more successful in January of this year project prism investigators attain evidence connecting to disappearances to Bruce MacArthur who is a sixty six year olds landscaper. They arrested Mr. MacArthur on January eighteenth two thousand eighteen okay. So he goes to trial yet to look at some more. I don't think he's been tried yet. But he cut bodies in put them in pots the allegation that he killed people. Dismembered them and put them in flower pots and bury them, that's horrific creative. Let's not give him any positive feedback on that place. Okay. It's just creepy and gross. But it is. Okay. All right. Second voicemails from Tammy. All right Tammy. Hi Dylan dick for someone. Tell you. How great you two are at this podcasting. They the one podcast that I listen to seen as Tuesday rolls around. I heard gills plea for voicemails. And I'm not gonna lie. Thought of a free t shirt for my favorite podcast made me do some research for a case suggestion and some calling from the Ottawa Ontario Canada area. I thought it auto case interestingly, it was one of the first high profile uses of DNA in the city. This is a case of four young poll boring you junior he had been found in the book sexually abused. In murdered. Little call was at the center of a Cassidy battle in had been left alone with his uncle while his father stayed over at his girlfriend's it took. Three months before anyone was charged with murder and the trial had to relate located due to the intense public attention. I'm hoping there's enough information on the case to cover as for a beer. I'm sorry everyone, but I'm a stout drinker. I'd like to suggest a beer from bos-, which is just east of the city in Vancouver. Kill on -tario. Come green milk stout is one of my all time favorite fears from bos- in it's delicious. Thanks again for all you do. I love the quiet. Thank you fix Tammy. Yes. Thanks for the suggestion. So what we're able to find out about Paul well, Tammy pretty much outlines in June of nineteen eighty nine sergeant Ellen. Windsor was one of several offices looking for this missing toddler. This is a little boy who is at the center of a custody dispute, and he had been left home alone with his uncle by his father who decided to sleep over his girlfriend's house. So in the boy disappeared they're trying to find him. So sergeant Windsors when of thirty or more detectives looking.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Just for you. Okay. Now, let's do feedback. Okay. We got four voice messages to begin with. Yeah. So the first one is from Ryan in case suggestion. All right. Let's hear what Ryan had to say. Hey, guys, Ryan from Canada, just calling the sale eager to favorite chew, come CLYDE casts out there that you guys are the curious coupla I've ever heard now I sent the suggestion about a couple of months ago at never end up hearing it on the show, and I just wanted to say, thank you. And my suggestion was Bruce MacArthur Tron on -tario Canada killed numerous men in round the GTA going into gay clubs, and he owned a. A business landscaping business where he would cut up the bodies place them in the pots and in there and hit continue on with this day. Here's just uncovered earlier this year in like the hey rendition. Unless creepy old, man. Thanks, guys. More thing. I didn't just call for the t shirt contests. I did end up sending a while back. I just don't know what happened to it. So hope you guys have a good one in Australia dig either. Great take care. Thanks, ryan. Yes. Thank you. So I do remember getting avoi- Smale from your Ryan awhile back and something was wrong with the audio wasn't able to play it. I'm glad that you call back that you persevered. Yes. So you're gonna send me an Email with your address in your shirt size. That's what we need. Okay. So this is an interesting thing. This is about men disappearing between two thousand ten two thousand seventeen and there's a task force created to linked to disappearance of three men of South Asia Middle East and origin called project Houston. Now, they didn't achieve much success in this task force. And then fast forward to two thousand seventeen. There is more and more public speculation of a serial killer. And there was evidence gained from another missing persons investigation. Which led the Toronto police service to create a second divisional test for this when called project prison, and this was a little more successful in January of this year project prism investigators attain evidence connecting to disappearances to Bruce MacArthur who is a sixty six year olds landscaper. They arrested Mr. MacArthur on January eighteenth two thousand eighteen okay. So he goes to trial yet to look at some more. I don't think he's been tried yet. But he cut bodies in put them in pots the allegation that he killed people. Dismembered them and put them in flower pots and bury them, that's horrific creative. Let's not give him any positive feedback on that place. Okay. It's just creepy and gross. But it is. Okay. All right. Second voicemails from Tammy. All right Tammy. Hi Dylan dick for someone. Tell you. How great you two are at this podcasting. They the one podcast that I listen to seen as Tuesday rolls around. I heard gills plea for voicemails. And I'm not gonna lie. Thought of a free t shirt for my favorite podcast made me do some research for a case suggestion and some calling from the Ottawa Ontario Canada area. I thought it auto case interestingly, it was one of the first high profile uses of DNA in the city. This is a case of four young poll boring you junior he had been found in the book sexually abused. In murdered. Little call was at the center of a Cassidy battle in had been left alone with his uncle while his father stayed over at his girlfriend's it took. Three months before anyone was charged with murder and the trial had to relate located due to the intense public attention. I'm hoping there's enough information on the case to cover as for a beer. I'm sorry everyone, but I'm a stout drinker. I'd like to suggest a beer from bos-, which is just east of the city in Vancouver. Kill on -tario. Come green milk stout is one of my all time favorite fears from bos- in it's delicious. Thanks again for all you do. I love the quiet. Thank you fix Tammy. Yes. Thanks for the suggestion. So what we're able to find out about Paul well, Tammy pretty much outlines in June of nineteen eighty nine sergeant Ellen. Windsor was one of several offices looking for this missing toddler. This is a little boy who is at the center of a custody dispute, and he had been left home alone with his uncle by his father who decided to sleep over his girlfriend's house. So in the boy disappeared they're trying to find him. So sergeant Windsors when of thirty or more detectives looking.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:18 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"District. US house debate live on C span radio WCS PFM Washington, mister Kim. One of the proposals to help mitigate the problem is incentives and or subsidies for residents who agreed to relocate. What would you say? To those longtime residents who are loath to give up their waterfront property just had a conversation just two days ago with a number of families that were still there survivors of superstorm sandy and still not back in their homes, as we gathered in non finished home, many them talk to me about the problems that they're facing. And a woman Nancy was telling me that she's in a situation where she doesn't have enough money to be able to finish your whole. But she also doesn't have an option to be able to get a buyout. And those are the types of actions that we should be able to give people options if they want to they want to be able to move out if they feel like that's not a place that they want to be especially after six years of trauma of not being able to be in their homes. Those are the types of actions as well as other stuff. That we can take Bill to secure communities raising roads working with the army corps of engineers who was doing the survey. And hopefully, we'll be at the speed that up. But it's always about having the community voices in there. And making sure we hear voices like Nancy and others who say that they want options for how they can prove move forward. All right. I want to switch gears to foreign policy. Now, Mr Kim, do you think the US standing in the world is better or worse than it was two and a half years ago? As someone who's worked in national security over my career. We always approach these issues of coalition building making sure we have a strong team when we went forward and then went against encountered ISIS in the Middle East in Iraq. We had over sixty nations around the world come together and support us when I lived in Afghanistan, I was a strategic civilian strategic advisor to general portrays and general Allen, I lived on the main NATO military base. There were our partners and our allies were supporting our mission that they came to our defense after September eleventh, those of the actions of a global leader building those coalitions, making sure we understand our ties and alliances and do that in a responsible way that isn't about politics. I would say the last place a partisan politics belongs is a national security. So right now when I see that our alliances are strain that we are especially those alliances that are most strong like, Canada and. European nations. Those are issues that make me worry that we're not going to be in a position we need to feel the counter the national security threats that we face together. All right. I'm going to give you a strict thirty seconds of Mr. MacArthur better or worse than over the past two and a half years far stronger. And I'll take that thirty seconds to say you have been accused by numerous papers of dramatically embellishing resume. Stay on that stay on the subject. When you answer had an opportunity to ask him a question. You got it answered this question, thirty seconds, which you much. Says he was a strategic advisor to the top general, and he was instead and a think tank and the group in general advised. He's puffing his resume and making himself sound like a national security expert. That that's a problem. That's the dishonesty that has characterized this entire campaign. He's he was given to Pinocchio by Washington Post. David for exactly the sort of thing calling himself a national security officer for George Bush when he was an intern and an entry level position. I wanna take thirty seconds. I'm proud of my record national security. I'm proud of the work that I did out in Afghanistan or in the situation room over at the Pentagon. That's why general portrays himself said that I served with distinction on his personal staff. So you're incorrect congressman, I know you don't understand the difference situations that doing the staffing of general officers. Maybe you would have if you ever visited our troops in Iraq or Afghanistan during your time encompass. All right. Let's move on. Mr kim. This question is for both of you. But I'll start with you, Mr. MacArthur. Sorry, Mr. McCarthy, her supporter of the president's economic policies, which include a wide range of tariffs on imported goods from a number of countries around the world, including our allies over the past several months, the European Union, China and other countries have imposed retaliatory tariffs on cranberry and soybean products. Both major crops in New Jersey. How can you reassure the districts agricultural sector that the president's policies are good for them? Well, I support the general thrust of trying to get fair deals. We've been chumps on the world stage for too long, and we didn't start a trade war with China. They started it with us decades ago. And too many presidents have ignored it. I have worried that the president's going too far too fast. But I think we need to give him room. And what I found just last week. I was with a company in Burlington county chemical company they had a. Chemical that they could only buy from China, and it was on the tariff. Lest it was costing them millions of dollars. I went to the administration, I explained it. I got an exception got that chemical removed and that companies is now saving millions of dollars per year. I think having strong policy tariff and trade policy and then making exceptions. I think it is a winning recipe for this for this country. Mr Kim, sixty seconds on the same question that these tariffs are certainly caught a lot of businesses off guard, especially a lot of small businesses. There's a neighbor of my opponents who coached me and told me that his business has taken a twenty five percent hit in terms of their industry because of tariffs. Those types of problems that we see right here in this district. And what I always want to make sure we do is focus on the American workers. Make sure that they're getting a fair deal that we're making sure that environmental standards and labor standards are being fair across across the. Cut the globe. But we can do this in a way that strategic and we understand what the goals are this ministration is trying to achieve and those goals are made clear to me, and I wanna make sure that we can operate when you can use congress to make sure we understand where this approach is going what the strategy is trying to get towards and make sure we don't catch industries off guard and have to do at twelve billion dollar bailout to the agricultural industry as a result of these types of actions. They seem not to be done in the way that we need to be precise when we're dealing with people's jobs and people's businesses. All right, Mr. MacArthur, the US military's been engaged in Iraq and Afghanistan for almost two decades. Now, the two wars have killed over seven thousand US military and injured tens of thousands more. Some estimates put the civilian casualty rate at over half a million civilians with both countries seemingly no closer to peace than when these wars. Began is it time to consider pulling back from these operations. And how do we accomplish that? Well, I look I think the president has tried to focus efforts the last president tried as well these are difficult areas. My opponent has claimed involvement in that. I I do wonder sometimes if he put the JV squad in President Obama's year. But that was a disaster the policy of the last administration with the ZD's where tens of thousands of them were killed because we differed we didn't allow coalition countries to do what they needed with ISIS. This president has made a lot of progress with ISIS. They basically have been wiped off in terms of having a physical at they've been wiped off the map. Why why wasn't that done when my opponent says that he was a national security expert in that very part of the world. And yet we get a new administration with more. Resolve. Allowing coalition partners to do what they need not micro managing the department of defense from the White House, and suddenly we have amazing results. Miss kim. Sixty seconds. Same question. I've worked on Iraq Afghanistan over the course of my career approach this as a civilian adviser out in Afghanistan approach, they work at the Pentagon organ in the White House. And that whole of government approach is what's needed that strategy. Having a good team and a good strategy moving forward. And this is something that all myth that both sides of the aisle, both administrations of what last three administrations have not been able to do in the way that we need. We have now. US military service men and women who are going to be able to go to Afghantistan this year who were in diapers on September eleventh. These are incredible problems that we have and we absolutely need to be thinking about and have that real conversation about being able to pull ourselves out of these types of conflicts in every possible way, making sure that we're not the ones carrying this burden that was the type of effort that we tried to put forward when we're dealing with in Iraq to make sure we're not entering back in and having to carry all that weight that we do this in a way where we empower partners build that coalition of sixty nations to make sure that that burden doesn't fall on the United States alone. Those are the actions of a responsible government responsible global leader. All right. It's time for your closing statements. The order which was determined by a coin toss. Mr Kim, your I well, thank you so much David for having us here. This was incredibly informative to the people of the New Jersey third congressional district. This election is all about choices. The choices that my point made when he took contributions from pharmaceutical companies and insurance companies and wrote their healthcare repeal Bill when he was the only member congress New Jersey the vote. Yes. On that tax Bill, I've made different choices over my career. I chose to be a public servant to work under both Republican and democratic administrations. The volunteer to go to Afghanistan to work in the situation room. I also made a choice last year when I was in the hospital waiting room with my wife, and we're worried about the health of our baby to be I made a choice to stand up to my opponent who took those actions. I got a pre existing condition protections in order to score political victory. I wanna always choose to stand with the people of New Jersey. The my home district the district that gave me everything stand up and protect social security and Medicare stand up and protect our health care and lower prescription drug costs. And that's why I'm asking for your vote on November six Mr. MacArthur. David, thanks for doing this. And I'll talk directly to the voters. Thank you for watching tonight. There has never been a more important time to have people in Washington that are willing to put aside partisanship worked together on real solutions and solve problems. I said four years ago when I went to congress that I would be that person. And I've kept my word I've been named one of the most bipartisan members by independent groups. The Burlington county times just endorsed me. And that's one of the reasons they cited while I've done and we've gotten real results saved the joint base by working across the aisle together..

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The day has come the time has come. Those were the words today by judge Steven O'Neill in a courtroom in Pennsylvania. Judge O'neil sentenced Bill Cosby to three to ten years in state prison Cosby was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand. This is another key moment in the story of the metoo movement. The hashtag campaign began almost a year ago, and it's not over a string of high profile men accused of sexual misconduct have lost their jobs in some of them are looking for redemption, including former public radio hosts, John hawkenberry, he wrote a seven thousand word essay in Harper's magazine about what he calls his exile. That drew a lot of criticism Annamaria tramonte is the host of the current a radio show on the CBC in Canada last week. She interviewed Rick MacArthur. He's the publisher of Harper's about his decision to publish that essay here. One moment from that conversation. He's not been accused of anything criminal Aachen berry. He's been erased. And that's the argument. He's making it his piece. He's been a raced from the culture. Right. Okay. So let me just can't work at you can't write anymore. Just oh, let me let me. Then there is something in the tone of voice, I hear in your tone of voice, and in the tone of voice of the other person who was on the show, it rises to the level of Soviet style reeducation Soviet style. Reeducation I asked host Annamaria tramonte what that was about in the early nineties. I was in and out of Moscow and other parts of the Soviet republics and former republics so when he used that shorthand for Soviet interrogation that just struck me as provocative thing to say. So I shot back. You know, I I the last time I checked Soviet interrogators were not on a mission to question those who try to uphold the status quo and arguably that's what Mr. McCarthy was trying to do. I gotta say I listened to your interview with MacArthur, and what struck me most was how he was interrupting you I mean really kind of running away with the Mike and I couldn't help wondering. I mean, you host this show every day. How common is that experience? It happens occasion. Really? And in fact, that's you know, I have a clock in front of me. And I'm watching the time go because it was live to the Atlantic Canada. And then we roll over in time zones. So I knew I had a finite amount of time with him. And I wanted to get to a different discussion. I wanted to I wanted to ask about first of all I wanted to know why he thought it was the this was an essay that he needed to publish in his magazine. And then I wanted his views on what that's all about on the so-called, redemption, or the re entry of people who have been forced out socially, and then ostracized like hawkenberry had been, and you know, there is a conversation around that. And I wanted to hear his view, but we never got there that interview was last week and yesterday you dedicated your show the current to the metoo movement went live for five hours asking Canadians what they thought of the metoo movement. Alison is on the line from Montreal. Hi, allison. What are you thinking where where do you think the me too conversation should go next? I came out around just before actually to meet you movement, flew up with my story. And no one sort of talked about the aftermath of that was really happy that the show is like you're following up. Because so Maria, let's let's talk about what you've been hearing what the Canadians tell you. Well, I some people overwhelmingly people said it needs to keep going that it is not a time to say. Well, it's done. It's thing right. There's more to do. I was really struck me was the number of women who called an NF you men who called in and talked about serious abuse decades ago, and they really have not been able to talk about it till their families to their partners to anyone until now, and they credited me to that conversation opened up a conversation for them. So we heard a lot of that. We also heard some fears. We, you know. One woman calling into say, she has a son, and she doesn't know how he maneuvers or navigates through this world because she thinks he's going to be vulnerable to things he's not guilty of. So we heard that fear as well. Which is why we wanted to have this conversation. Was there anything like a consensus on the redemption question? No, no. There were a number of people who said why are we talking about redemption? So quickly. What can we learn do you think from having this conversation about sexual harassment and sexual assault on the air? Well, it's interesting to me because there is a fear and feeling that everything is conflicted. And I sometimes in listening to it. I think it's conflicted on the other side that rather than those people who can flake aside long glance with sexual harassment or sexual assault. It's the other way around some people don't see the severity of sexual assault or sexual harassment. And they think it's no different than some of that other stuff. And so we we need to keep that dialogue going. I mean, this is not an easy thing. This is a messy conversation. And I think it's really important that programs like mine actually, tried to explore some of these things and try to move forward and try to hear what's really going on out there. Given the platform MacArthur gave to hawkenberry that the New York review of books gift to Django messy, formerly with the CBC what the comedy club gave to Louis C K in terms of platform, you'd probably agree that there are a lot of men. Who have some if not re- education, some unloading and relearning to do. Yes. Well, what I will tell you is that what I heard in Mr. MacArthur was a disconnect that he did not understand that the first thing he did was to say, well, he's in a wheelchair so air go what he can't sexually harass people. He works with the there was a disconnect there. There was a a not an understanding of what this discussion is about. And and the vulnerability of people who are actually making their voices heard that leads to the removal of people who have that power over them. And I think that's the most crucial point that disconnect. And you have what is essentially a a big magazine with a big reputation in in the way, he answered I think that you saw the disconnect I didn't really have to say anything. There is a question that you put to your guest. Just prior to Rick MacArthur ru Spencer of the cut, and it's an intriguing what I'm a lot of people men and women. Wrestling with it are these men permanently unemployable. So after speaking with a wide range of people after hearing from Canadians all over the country on your show, people thought about this where do you land on that question? I don't land on that question. It's not for me to judge. But it is for me to ask. Because I think that is a question I think that is something we have to look at and if somebody who's covered a lot of different stories over many, many years, these we asked these questions for people who are found guilty of criminal offenses who spend years in jail. How do you deal with people who have been found guilty of a crime or people who have done something that is again, an offense under a labour code or something else are people permanently unemployable or how do we how do we move forward with this? And that's what I'm trying to understand. I want to hear how other people think about this really intriguing questions. Annamaria tramonte the host of the current radio show on the CBC and Canada Annamaria really good to hear you on the world. Thank you. Thank you. And a quick. Note before we go to our next item. We were talking there about the program. The takeaway John hawkenberry was the host that show is co produced by PRI the same organization that co-produces the world..

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And they credited me to that conversation opened up a conversation for them. So we heard a lot of that. We also heard some fears we, you know, one woman calling into say she has a son, and she doesn't know how he maneuvers or navigates through this world because she thinks he's going to be vulnerable to things he's not guilty of. So we heard that fear as well, which is why we wanted to have this conversation. Was there anything like a consensus on the redemption question? No, no. There were a number of people who said, why are we talking about redemption? So quickly? What can we learn? Do you think from having this conversation about sexual harassment and sexual assault on the air? Well, it's interesting to me because there is a fear. Ear and feeling that everything is conflicted and I sometimes in listening to it, I think it's conflicted on the other side that rather than those people who can flake aside long glance with sexual harassment or sexual assault. It's the other way around. Some people don't see the severity of sexual assault or sexual harassment, and they think it's no different than some of that other stuff. And so we, we need to keep that dialogue going. I mean, this is not an easy thing. This is a messy conversation, and I think it's really important that programs like mine actually tried to explore some of these things and try to move forward and try to hear what's really going on out there given the platform MacArthur gift to hawkenberry that the New York review of books give to Django messy formerly with the CBC what the comedy club gave Louis c. k. in terms of platform, you'd probably agree that there are a lot of men who have some if not re education some unloading and relearning to do. Yes. Well, what I will tell you is that what I heard in Mr. MacArthur was a disconnect. That he did not understand that the first thing he did was to say, well, he's in a wheelchair. So air go what he can't sexually harass. The people he works with the. There was a disconnect there. There was a a nod and understanding of what this discussion is about and and the vulnerability of people who are actually making their voices heard. That leads to the removal of people who have that power over them. And I think that's the most crucial point that disconnect and you have what is essentially a boss at big magazine with a big reputation in in the way he answered. I think that you saw the disconnect. I didn't really have to say anything. There's a question that you put to your guest just prior to Rick MacArthur, ru Spencer of the cut and I, it's an intriguing one. I know a lot of people, men and women are wrestling with it are these men permanently unemployable? So after speaking with a wide range of people after hearing from Canadians all over the country on your show, people thought about this. Where do you live. On that question. I don't land on that question. It's not from me to judge, but it is for me to ask because I think that is a question. I think that is something we have to look at and you know, as somebody who's covered a lot of different stories over many, many years. These we asked these questions for people who are found guilty of criminal offenses who spend years in jail, how do you deal with people who have been found guilty of crime or people who have done something that is again, an offense under labor code or something else are people permanently unemployable, or how do we, how do we move forward with this? And that's what I'm trying to understand. I want to hear how other people think about this really intriguing questions at a Maria tramonte. The host of the current radio show on the CBC and Canada. Annamaria really good to hear you on the world. Thank you. Thank you. And a quick note before we go to our next item, we were talking there about the program. The takeaway John hawkenberry was the host that show is co produced by PRI the same organization that co-produce. The world..

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Airport from capitol hill by dave lee now kneels back with my news desk an alleged serial killer has been charged with a seventh murder in canada's largest city toronto bruce macarthur a landscape gardener has been accused of killing a man who disappeared in twenty ten his remains were identified among dismembered body parts belonging to several men found implant containers belonging to mr macarthur police have said that most of his alleged victims were a gay detectives had they had reopened investigations into another fifteen on solved as dating back several decades but they said they hadn't found connections to the killings with which mr macarthur has been charged if on staples one of the last surviving members of the american gospel group the staple singers has died she was eighty and managed as well as sang in the family group if on performed with her sisters mavis and cloth and their father pops on hits in the nineteen seventies including i'll take you there and let's do it again which are both us number ones a system of atlantic ocean currents which helps keep western and northern europe warm is weaker today than it has been for over a thousand years a study published in the journal nature revealed a significant reduction in the strength of this conveyor like system scientists say this could lead to cooler temperatures and effector deep sea ecosystem science correspondent victoria gillick explains system acts like a radiator sending warm water north from the equator and by studying layers of sediment on the deep ocean floor the researchers found that it's weakened by about twenty percent over the last hundred and fifty years they say the trend is likely to continue in response to fresh water from melting ice sheets being added to the ocean surface disrupting the circulation scientists don't anticipate a catastrophic shutdown but they will continue to monitor this pattern to understand how our own climate and delicate deep ocean ecosystems will be affected as the north atlantic heater is dialed down on a singing road that rewarded dutch motorists with a tune if they drove over it at the correct speed has been scrapped daddy after its installation because it was driving residents to distraction strips of different lengths resonated with the notes when a car drove over them to play the.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The drug crisis i chair the heroin task force in congress which is a big group up a hundred members of congress very a bipartisan and we are working of really a very hard to tackle the drug problem at the federal level and to really support our communities so that's how i got involved and that's and it it puts police officers and social workers together so that one a police officer encounters somebody that is uh whether it's drugs or mental health issues or or violence or homelessness or whatever the issue they can get them connected to a social worker who can get them connected to the services they need allows the cops to get back to a his or her job and it allows the person to get help that is a really good model i think to be now using in our schools particularly focused on on a young people that is showing violent tendencies we got clip break uh we're talking to congress from tom macarthur republican of new jersey on the congressional outlook for uh in this case the gun problem in the in the meshes from when we come back we're going to talk about the outlook for immigration and infrastructure two major topics on the front pages again mr macarthur's than in the thick of these fights and we're going to get his outlook on larry kudlow stay with us you're listening to the larry kudlow girl lays down now is the chance to look your best with japanese extended valentine's day sale for a limited time only introducing the.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The k abc how can we not believe in the greatness of america how can we not do what is right and needed to preserve this last dished hope of men on reform wall street lanes we believe freemarket capitalism is the best path to prosperity low larry kudlow show where money politics is a former associate director with president reagan's office of management and budget he says cnbc new soast and right now on the radio call one eight eating kudlow to now you'd swearing cut quarterback folks america i'd love to see the larry kudlow show um you want to tweet me larry underscore kudlow as far re i know it's kinda odd tweet giovanni joe joe bronze uh replying to larry kudlow and breitbart news larry so disappointed in you the one conservative i listen to but breitbart well i don't know i i tweeted at breitbart article all right sometimes breitbart gets it right sometimes breitbart gets it wrong uh many years ago on the kudlow reports the embassy i believe i was the first guy to put andrew breitbart on television on pressure by his own admission we had him on many times before you know you you don't agree with everybody all the time but uh breitbart had a good story which will probably get to again in the money in politics segment about the strong trump's speech at sepak and maybe more importantly the likelihood that the republicans are gonna be all expectations in the midterm so i i tweeted that but saw that anyway let's get down to uh more important a business there's gonna be a lot of stuff going on in congress there's a lot on the rush no agenda on the congressional plate and i wanna bring in enough friend who can help is perhaps congressman tom macarthur a republican from new jersey the big blue state of new jersey mr macarthur is a republican congressmen and somebody has been in the thick of of these battles on taxes and budgets in healthcare and so forth and who will remain so tom welcome appreciate your time i loved dr lunch yesterday and a beal share some of your wisdom with our listeners what right now right off the top the big debate about gun control with the horrible park cursed shooting what what do you reckon could or might happen on gun control it looks like there will be changes of a sort of how.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Is that uh he is th you know drug use is a major problem and i'm sure it is a contributing and there were a lot of red flags with this young man in florida that does remind me of something that i think could be helpful as one of the other things i propose uh uh this week i got a connected with a program called on point in south jersey in my area and it was coming out of the drug crisis i share the heroin task force in congress which is a big group up a hundred members of congress vary by bipartisan and we are working of really a very hard to tackle the drug problem at the federal level and to really support our communities so that's how i got involved in this and it it puts police officers and a social workers together so that want to police officer encounters somebody that is uh whether it's drugs or mental health issues or or violence or homelessness or whatever the issue they can get them connected to a social worker who can get them connected to the services they need allows the cop to get back to a his or her job and it allows the person to get help that is a really good model i think to be now using in our schools particularly focused on on now young people that is showing violent tendencies we got let break we're we'll get tom macarthur republican of new jersey on the congressional outlook for uh in this case the gun problem in the in the meshes from when we come back we're going to talk about the outlook for immigration and infrastructure two major topics on the front pages again mr macarthur has been in the thick of these fights and we're going to get his outlook on larry kudlow stay with us you're.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"A kudlow to own larry kudlow quarterback back folks mary cut low this is the larry kudlow show you are tweet me larry underscore kudlow i s wanna read i know it's kinda odd tweet giovanni joe joe bronze replying to larry kudlow and breitbart news larry so disappointed you the one conservative i listen to but breitbart well i don't know i i tweeted a breitbart article all right sometimes breitbart gets it right sometimes breitbart gets it wrong uh many years ago on the kudlow reports cnbc i believe i was the first guy to put andrew breitbart on television on pressure by his own admission we had him on many times before you know you you don't agree with everybody all the time but uh breitbart had a good story which will probably get to again in the money in politics segment about the strong trump's speech at sepak and maybe more importantly the likelihood that the republicans are gonna be all expectations in the midterm so i i tweeted that but saw that anyway let's get down to uh more important a business there's gonna be a lot of stuff going on in congress there's a lot on the congressional agenda on the congressional plate and i wanna bring in a friend who can help us perhaps congressman tom macarthur a republican from new jersey the big blue state of new jersey mr macarthur is a republican congressmen and somebody has been in the thick of ally these battles on taxes and budgets in healthcare and so forth and who will remain so tom welcome i appreciate your time i love dr lunch yesterday in a beal share some of your wisdom with our listeners what right now right off the top the big debate about gun control with the horrible park cursed shooting what what do you reckon could or might happen on gun control it looks like there will be changes of a sort of how you see this well larry it's good to be with you and your listeners get i look at this issue it's it's heartbreaking we've all seen the uh that the father in the white house uh with with anger and heartbreak and i think every american feels that in a.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Back folks i'm barry kudlow this is the larry kudlow show you are tweet me larry underscore kudlow as far re i know it's kinda odd tweet giovanni joe joe bronze replying to larry kudlow and breitbart news larry so disappointed you the one conservative i listen to but breitbart well i don't know i i tweeted a breitbart article all right sometimes breitbart gets it right sometimes breitbart gets it wrong uh many years ago on the kudlow reports he nbc i believe i was the first guy to put andrew breitbart on television on pressure by his own admission we had him on many times before you know you you don't agree with everybody all the time but up by part had a good story which will probably get to again in the money in politics segment about the strong trump's speech at sepak and maybe more importantly the likelihood that the republicans are gonna be all expectations in the midterm so i i tweeted that but saw that anyway let's get down to uh more important of business there's gonna be a lot of stuff going on in congress is a lot on the congressional agenda on the congressional plate and i wanna bring in not friend who can help us perhaps congressman tom macarthur a republican from new jersey the big blue state of new jersey mr macarthur is a republican congressmen and somebody has been in the thick of allied these battles on taxes and budgets and healthcare and so forth and who will remain so tom welcome i appreciate your time i loved dr lunch yesterday in a beal share some of your wisdom with our listeners what right now right off the top the big debate about gun control with the horrible park cursed shooting what what do you reckon could or might happen on gun control it looks like there will be changes of a sort of how you see this well larry it's good to be with you and your listeners i get i look at this issue it's it's heartbreaking we've all seen the uh that the father in the white house uh with with anger and heartbreak and i think every american feels that an and we are all committed.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Larry kudlow show you want to tweet me larry underscore kudlow as far read i know it's kumba odd tweet giovanni joe joe bronze replying to larry kudlow and breitbart news larry so disappointed you the one conservative i listen to but breitbart well i don't know i i tweeted at breitbart article all right sometimes breitbart gets it right sometimes breitbart gets it wrong uh many years ago on the kudlow reports he embassy i believe i was the first guy to put andrew breitbart on television on pressure by his own admission we had him on many times of four you know you you don't agree with everybody all the time but uh by card had a good story which will probably get to again in the money in politics segment about the strong trump's speech at sepak and maybe more importantly the likelihood that the republicans are gonna be all expectations in the midterms so i i tweeted that but saw that anyway let's get down to uh more important business there's gonna be a lot of stuff going on in congress there's a lot on the rush no agenda on the congressional plate and i wanna bring in a friend who can help is perhaps congressman tom macarthur a republican from new jersey the big blue state of new jersey mr macarthur is a republican congressmen and somebody who's been in the thick of ally these battles on taxes and budgets and healthcare and so forth and who will remain so tom welcome i appreciate your time i loved dr lunch yesterday and a beal share some of your wisdom with our listeners what right now right off the top the big debate about gun control with the horrible park hurst shooting what what do you reckon could or might happen on gun control looks like there will be changes of a sort of how you see this well larry it's good to be with you and your listeners uh you know i look at this issue it's it's heartbreaking we've all seen the uh the the father in the white house uh with with anger and heartbreak and i think every american feels that an and we are all committed to making our communities.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Since june 26th of 2017 andrew cans men's whereabouts have been a mystery even when toronto police charged alleged serial killer bruce macarthur with his murder his body had not been found today though police revealed that mr cans men's remains were among the remains of at least six different people found in plant hers on a property and tratos leaside neighborhood mr macarthur has been charged with five murders so far but police did confirm today that they do believe more charges are to come the borthwick was a friend of mr kinsmen she spoke to see b c news networks host andrew nichols earlier this afternoon now that they will we have confirmation of iranians um that are found we have um as sensors of um closure that can start but um there's been wanted shot in smaller briefing um um anxiety around this issue and now that there is a final um um by doing an enclosure concert and how does that work how does that closure start date take claridge's claridge's by say goodbye he needs a proper burial um more family friends and close ones but does up two sisters we heard from we heard from pack kinsmen the sister of andhra can spend as you say it this will be up to the family to decide how to remember andrew kinsmen that they're still trying to grasp it uh but that the most important thing is is that they can bring him home to the two area east of toronto the ajax pickering area and that they're going to have a proper memorial they're they're going to think about it over the next set a while and it may coincide with them gay pride celebrations that take place in in in ju how would you like to be andrew been through be remembered and do.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on X96

X96

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on X96

"Please call us dan we need to come look in your yard common digging your planners nadal not blurred eiser police are searching about thirty properties we believe that there are more remains of some of these properties that we are working to recover set because the s the remains that they found there they're not complete their peak pieces missing my diesel there and some other planner how us out allies his better you spread it around like a character on the blacklist nick or at least two sites we want to excavate where people might be buried mr macarthur was charged earlier this month with firstdegree murder in the presumed deaths of salem essen and andrew kinsman both reported missing from toronto's gay village area i didn't know there was a gave village sounds like a fun place to go in toronto so not sure what kind of fertilizer uses but the flowers low gary uh gary you only do the story first and then i got something for you uh this story has utah ties uh although the trials in honolulu a woman accused her the elderly are at twins live a deliberately driving off a hawaii cliff in killing her identical and really identical twin sister she's been acquitted of the murder and i kinda thought may be that that at this would happen a judge found alexandria duval not guilty thursday duval opted to have a judge instead of a jury decide the case authorities described the 2016 crash as a hair polling fight over the steering wheel the sisters were seen arguing on the narrow winding hana highway on the island of maui before the suv plunged two hundred feet over a cliff very windy road doubt one oh yeah but it's hard to think that she did this on purpose because she was a she could have easily die as well the crash was a tragic accident said alexandra devolves defense attorney beer knee burbar the authority said alexandria was behind the wheel of a ford explorer when witnesses saw the sisters arguing so there's no there's no discussion about that they were arguing a yelling at each other on this perilously narrow twisting route a witness clean a cleaning a family grave site on the.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on X96

X96

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on X96

"Kingsbury hall tickets at utah present stop work societies already breaking down gina we don't need that kind of thing gina the punisher barbaria just you know no interest no rule of law bears no you never weapon no five minnows toronto police said monday that they of gina for you i maybe i shouldn't do these stories for you because it parenting makes you bloodthirsty toronto police said monday that their hunting through backyard gardens and planters across the city to find victims or parts of victims of a landscaper who's accused of killing at least five people and many more and may be many more and how handy that he's a landscape where he annually scottish bag is slow goes to a for her role bruce macarthur charged monday with first degree murder in the deaths of at least three men two other cases they're pretty sure of and they think there may be others toronto detective sergeant hank and singa said at a news conference that the dismembered remains of at least three victims were found hidden in the bottom of large planters in the backyard of a toronto home that mr macarthur 66 used as storage for his landscaping business he said the remains have not yet been identified other they know their human and men police are searching about thirty properties where mr macarthur worked said sergeant in singapore and he urged the man's customers to contact police if this guy has done landscaping work for you.

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"mr macarthur" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr macarthur" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Today police laid three more first degree murder charges against bruce macarthur bringing the number of people he is accused of killing two five here's part of what toronto homicide detective hank in singa had to say at a press conference this morning at obviously the city of toronto's never seen anything like this so it it is very tired very draining for everyone whose revolt it's a serial killer um alleged serial killer killer or he's taken some steps to cover his tracks shortly after uncover these victims that identify these victims and hopefully get some good news horse closing news to the families of these victims toronto homicide detective hank it singer at a press conference earlier today bruce macarthur is now accused of killing five men salim asan mageed k n andrew kinsman dean less awake and so rouge moody police say they discovered human remains at the bottom of large flower planters found on properties linked to mr macarthur since his arrest on january eighteen to police have searched a number of similar properties among them a home and leaside where he sometimes stored landscaping equipment karen fraser owns that home we reach ms fraser in toronto miss fraser i can only imagine how disturbing this must be for you how are you dealing with the latest news today well at this point we had gear fill audited uh maybe not the extent and you know yarmuth grew into neutral i have a feeling that my brain turk it and shall getting the back corner instead of bringing out a little bit of time and think about it uh when detainees first show up at your door i'm getting a little vague on time now last thursday about ten o'clock and and what happened what did they say get out and had been a serious crime you have to get out right now.

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