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"oland" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"For I thought maybe it was one of those like you know this is a dubious kind of claim, but we don't know. Madonna. Madonna could just say you know what I didn't really get it all my apologies. I'm gonNA reflect on this. Now, she's back to post down cards and You. Know She's also very into. A propaganda? What propaganda this from the state is, and is like she's sharing this with a critical is saying like look at this, this is propaganda or did she just see a lot of her instagram is people of Color, black people. You know her her beautiful children, dancers, musicians, these people that she's worked with an Africa. And Malawi, and did she see this black woman as a doctor? It'd be like I'm going to share this because women power. Hopefully you know that she was like, Oh, wait. Maybe video for maybe she just wanted something controversial on thing because you know Madonna, you know do things just to disturb you. And that's where we leave to our top story of the day Zach Ephron. Liberty in crisis, a gay icon and crisis. Now, why do you say Zach Franz a gay icon I would say he's somebody who has been rumored to be in the closet as a gay man. He certainly makes no efforts or interest in women or He's been dating a girl I plays. Real friends. He's had girlfriends, but it recently, he's kind of like. You know. said that he's not interested in playing the Hollywood game and in his series and interviews. He said that if he stays in Hollywood and plays the game, he will not live long and happy life for Hollywood is a toxic environment, which is probably right. You know. So Hey physician can cure themself. So he's got a new series on netflix trailer. Wait so so he. In crisis. Turn to the Internet started listening probably their faces funds. nope. Not these. Found this podcast named Darren Oland who is very much if whole foods was a podcast. This guy would be in person farm and he fell in love with him and he reached out to him and became close friends and together, they decided to do a web documentary series called down to Earth and it's totally like a daddy son travel rob because you see like Zach is like he loves this guy now whether it's a sexual relationship or not..
Student, staffer test positive for COVID-19 at Indiana schools
"Resumed in parts of Mississippi this week at a high school student in Corinth has already tested positive for the Corona virus. Late Children is the superintendent of schools the student had been present during The school day and as a result of the student being president. During the school day, we looked to see where there have been close contact established. Of all the student was president's good at school. Anyone within six feet of the infected student for 15 minutes and longer has been notified and will be required to quarantine away from school for 14 days. It was a similar occurrence in Indiana this week. Some classrooms open to that state as well. Harold Oland is superintendent of schools in Greenfield or a student and a staffer have contracted the virus. We wanna work with families. We're here to serve this community for us to maintain this long term mission to make sure that The kids are coming to us. Healthy parents have the option of sending their kids back to school or keep him home and learn virtually smother called the decision. A no brainer. Not only are you risking your family, but you're risking everybody else's family as well. And it's just not worth it. Green fields about 20 miles east Indianapolis, which has opted to start the school year online,
"oland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Fly for a group of 20 and 30 something Hollywood creatives and last year sold out screenings were held in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Seattle. Thank you for being here with us on this gorgeous Seattle day, we're about to go down down down into the dark. 29 year old El Fried, attended the Seattle screening and then watched it again this spring when the Northwest Film Forum moved to screening online because of the pandemic. She says the film's absurdist humor appeals to people her age, especially during this historical moment, I think that it's absolutely precedent or stuck in houses for an indefinite amount of time. We're living in this crazy, just surreal world. Actor Oland Jones, who portrays Tina ST Cloud thinks there's another reason the film's characters appealed to audiences who are sheltering in place in New York. There was this girl. Oh, about 19 or 20. She was over the moon after she saw it. And I said, Why do you like show flies so much? And she said, This is our lives. We're all living in a bomb shelter. Last night they shot President Kennedy. Now we are going to stay down here where it's safe. Until the Martians or the Communists or whoever the hell did it goes away. The kids are little they will adapt the actors who created shelf life and Paul Bartels family or close to signing a deal to release the film as a DVD.
"oland" Discussed on Stereo Decisis
"As our guest today at. Why don't you go first and Offer US your obiter DICTA for this episode of X. Very Much Robert Again. I just want to thank you for having me. I've been talking to Hillary about getting on the show for a while and I'm I'm I'm glad I finally found an exclusive particularly in these times. It's nice to have a human contact legal subjects as opposed to other perhaps Less HAPPY MATTERS. But my obiter free focuses. I've been very fortunate in that. My employers are Publican and I have no worries about my paycheck being cut off. I know many many Canadians currently and Cova da in the covert nineteen environment are not nearly as lucky and you. The reality is as being home a so much. I was doing my budget the other day and the reality is is. I'm not spending as much money on going out to the bar or other activities which is sad for my life but I what I wanted to encourage people to do is if you are fortunate enough to to be at home and still drawing your full salary and and not having to worry about the vagaries of Your Employment Situation Food banks in a number of cities are struggling. They're struggling because of the limits on their operations because of lockdowns and restrictions. I know in in Toronto. The Daily Bread Food Bank is continuing to do its work and so my nonbinding recommendation is if you are fortunate enough to be at home and not worrying about these struggles. Maybe a chip in a little of that money. That would have gone to the to the daily Coffee Ron or to the bar restaurants and support the food banks because you see some of the unemployment application numbers coming food. Banks are going to be busier than ever. And I think are those of us who are lucky enough in this particular pandemic to be at home and and not have any of those anxieties about About rent or mortgage or whatnot. I think we have to do our bit even though we can only do it from home pouring some of those extra dollars that we don't need for the bar. The restaurant to the food banks is is a smart use of that money. And I've been doing that every week and I. I would encourage everyone if they can to do so. I think it would be a big help to our communities that that is an excellent and laudable recommendation non-binding though it may be thank you for that David Hillary. What what is your opener for this week? I'm just laughing to myself because it's not the first time where someone has gone immediately before me with their really altruistic selfless unlovely obiter and then I do something like completely you know silly and mundane but there you have it. That's just the luck of the draw I totally echo. David says sentiment but My obiter is in relation to two ways to spend your evening. If you're looking for something to watch. I know a lot of people have more screen time these days so there is a CBC documentary based on the Oland murders in In New Brunswick and this is a story that was big in the news in New Brunswick for the many many years over which the story unfolded so Oland. Dick owned Richard..
"oland" Discussed on Commons
"But that wasn't the end of the story for Dennis us. His family still had immense resources to fight the case they appealed the decision and they won the New Brunswick Court of Appeal ruled that the trial judge had given the jury. sorry `incorrect instructions when it came to that Brown Blazer. A new trial date was set. A new jury pool was convened and thousands of potential jurors once again gathered in the Saint John Hockey arena but not too long after a jury was put together. The justice declared a mistrial because of quote improprieties riotings. Instead the justice. decided he'd hear the case alone. So there's another lengthy trial another set of arguments the New Brunswick public is is once again captivated by the story an earlier this year. Eight years after the killing of Richard. Oland there's another verdict and this time time the outcome is different this time the justice fines. Dennis Oland not guilty. The Dennis Oland was greeted with applause when he left the courtroom a free man. He declined to speak but his lawyer had plenty to say. I hope that everybody in Saint John on now understand and appreciate that. Dennis Oland did not kill his father and understands the misery that he and his family and and his friends and supporters have gone through through the last eight years. Even though the justice found Dennis Oland not guilty. Realty doesn't let him off in his judgment if you read the judge's decision in the second case. He has some critical things to say about Denisovans testimony. He doesn't believe him as a witness. He says there are things that indicate the Dennis Oland is involved his case etc on the other hand is not quite enough there right. The murder of Richard Oland and the trials of his son that followed captivated new brunswickers partially because of the Star class. Divide in the province. It's the poorest province in Canada. But it's home to so many dynasties and if you've listened to our episode on the Irving's you already know that the new Brunswick elite intensely private and immensely powerful. It was a rare look into the personal life and even the personal finances of the accused in terms of a the member of one of New Brunswick Families for Greg Marquee. The most important thing to understand about the case is how close Dennis Oland was to going to prison for life. Despite what a judge eventually deemed to be Pretty Flimsy Evidence Nebraska Court of Appeal not found at that point on the trial judges instructions to the jury in the first trial. Dentist would still be in federal penitentiary now and according to the second trial he's not legally your mind turns. How often does this happen with other offenders? Who Don't have that illegal affects is not always the case that having lots with lawyers and deep pockets are going to jail because we didn't have all sorts of examples where people are convicted despite having you know the top lawyers and the pockets but certainly we can make a difference? It's too early to tell whether the old family will be able to move past this trial or if will forever tar the reputation Russian. But what's almost certain is that will never know for sure what happened to Richard Oland that July Day in twenty eleven..
"oland" Discussed on Commons
"Richard Dennis. Ns were very different people. Richard was a hard nosed businessman who people have described as cold and brash. The image of Richard being so controlling hot hot tempered unpredictable. That type of thing a bit of a bully the doing his own thing and not really caring what people fought a very active man Skiing emotion racing and he go on trips. He was a bit of a thrill seeker. Dennis meanwhile appears to have been more subdued a family man. He seemed to be the Dad You know who's divorced dad with three kids he he spent a Lotta time with. He had I think he had the kids in alternate weeks and he was living in Rossi and doing things at the club and going on family trips. He seemed to be close to his mother. The two did have one shared interest. One that's very on the nose. It was first episode of dynasties both Dennis and Richard loved genealogy in fact that's what Dennis says he was doing at his dad's office that day. Hey he had done some genealogical research about the Oland family that he thought his dad would find interesting. Here's Dennis again. During his interrogation Hugh for media. I guess the time that I've seen him. Is You know when we were doing this. Family history stop and why was over there yesterday. and which both have this idea from him. But I mean we both have this real enjoyment in doing genealogy stuff before meeting up with his father on the day that he was killed. Dennis appears with had a pretty normal day the day I was father's desperate spirit well the whole day in his office in Brunswick Tower which is just a blocker so away from his dad's office. Dennis told the police that he drove over to visit his father a little after five. PM Security footage shows him circling the block three times times before he parked but he didn't see his dad that time he claimed he parked in one spot. He went into the building he got to the top up of the stairs and then realize forgotten some documents back in his office. He walked back down got on his car and maybe set up to get them in any realize as well. I can't get into the building because my swipe card will not work on my own building after five o'clock or something like that go into my office by key it's too late to go back in so obviously because everything gets shut down at your office yet five yeah they leave at the time the elevator which you need one of those around around here the guard things yes so I went back and does it all. I have enough information on what he wanted. And when in Obviously you're getting ready to leave. Dana says he talked with his dad about genealogy for forty minutes and then left. Dennis says that after that he went to a wharf near home to see his children were there then. He went home after a pharmacy in a grocery store and finally called it a night on the way home I stop the the rent four warped see my kids with her Khazei do kayaking there and they swim after but they weren't there so I went home all these sick so we went to the drugstore. We went to cocker nurses a little grocery tormenting and Moses and bananas nephew other things at home and dinner. Security camera footage in eye-witnesses corroborated his his account for Dennis didn't tell the cops during the interrogation was that he'd gone back to his father's office for a third time before he went to the wharf ref he drove back briefly. Drove the wrong way down a one way street and parked and then he went back up to his father's office staying only for a few minutes he later claimed it was to pick up a book that he had left. According to the crown that was you know he he finally got up the courage to go back and his father one last time. So why did the cops think for Dennis Oland would want to kill his father. Well according to some Dick Oland Poland was a deck for one. He had been having a long standing affair with a local woman. Even though both of them were married going back over the last few a few years it was or anything in your mind that would stick out as being unusual or different than your father of bringing bringing up a while talking concern you. Maybe over he personally. No I mean there there is jury heard is already in the others. I mean there is this family concerned that he's he's at fair was having an affair. Or what have you I feel guilty right now. I'm not changing my mother but but I just didn't know who was true or not. The affair appeared to be a bit of an open secret secret and was causing tension in the family when asked who he thought had been involved in the killing Dennis points to his father's mistress. Only person that comes the line. Is this supposed girlfriend because she really seemed to be like the car. The Dragon Lady. She's she's this hostel Somebody who you think could be that fatal attraction type person yes But that's just I don't know so that's just me saying stuff that Here but then there's the question of money according to prosecutors. Dennis Oland had long been living beyond his means and his father had loaned him hundreds of thousands of dollars so that Dennis could keep his home after got divorced. The biggest thing my father did for me and it was a surprise a very pleasant surprise when I went through a divorce two three or four years ago now before years ago and it was a very bitter experience yes and inexperienced where I was very likely going to lose my home And this is the home. That is an old family home. grandparents in the family for for seventy years. Their employers is a farm behind it and he stepped up and said look that's not GonNa Happen And he basically bankrolled my whole divorce case which ended up being eighty five thousand dollars of the very lengthy divorce. Yes and then because I had to basically give half of my ass to my ex wife He angled that as well. Okay so that I can keep my house so basically I have a mortgage with Kim. Dennis was paying his father sixteen hundred dollars a month for the loan and it later emerged that he had bounced his last payment before his father's author's death so in other words if Richard Oland died Dennis wouldn't have to pay back the nearly half million dollars. He owed his father. The money was central to a police and prosecutors would present as the motive for the crime. The motive was a combination of his stress over his financial official situation. It wasn't as simple as havoc. He'll my father. I don't have to pay back the half a million dollars. He's advanced me. It was more like the stress. Dennis was living beyond beyond his means as as he freely admitted so he just had that cash flow problem so stress about financial situation combined with resentment over the mistress and against against the disrespect that meant towards his mother and the victim's wife and also made up. Maybe a lifelong you know set of antagonisms showed the father and son on dynamics when the cops began to turn the screws on Dennis during the interrogation. They focused on how severe Richard had been with his family. Did you just go earlier and could into an argument with him about money because in everything you told me. Dennis is about money and if I grew up in your circumstances with the money all around you at this stage of my life I would expect to be sharing in some of that. Not Battling with that son of a bitch every single day A. and having him control every aspect of my life because he wouldn't give up any of his goddamn money. You didn't plan this Dennis. He brought this Assan pushing Squeezed you rub your face in the fact that he controls it all disrespected. You disrespected your mother. Got this one this little sweetie taking away. I'm doing this I'm doing that. Where's my sixteen hundred bucks? Data's you only we sixteen hundred bucks. 'cause I bailed you out after. They told Dennis he was a suspect. The police got nothing more out of him but they kept trying to push his buttons. The the next little bit is both weird and kind of mean. So where do you go from here. Where do you go from here? Is there a plan for that. Besides wasn't Pro Thing Back Culture Bart Simpson was made in let me show you this video here Mr Simpson. You call them the dirty pig. I think that was pretty accurate term. 'cause if everybody everybody else in your family and they did and sad thing is you guys thought you were hiding.
"oland" Discussed on Commons
"The Olen Dynasty begins the same year that Canada was born. Eighteen sixty seven as the company is always telling us at six generations in the ruining business that year Susannah Oland opened a brewery in Nova Scotia. She ran the business and was the chief brewer but her husband's name was on the paperwork. Susannah Oland and her husband. Who came from England Jon in eighteen sixty seven to dartmouth and they started a brewery turtle cove and Dartmouth and eventually they moved across the Paul Fox Harbour to set up shop and Halifax the brewery was a success? After Susannah Oland died. She passed the business onto her son's a tradition that would continue for the next century in one thousand nine hundred seventeen the brewing business hit a bit of a speed bump Halifax explosion. God look at that. Not only was the brewery destroyed but one of the Oland sons was killed so the third generation of the family took over brewery in Saint John after the Halifax explosion. The interesting thing about one while they took over the brewery in he runs it for the first ten years and when they bought James Ready Beer in the west side prohibition was still underway. So you think about that. You're investing in a brewery during prohibition Bishen and so they made low alcohol beer soft drinks and things like that. When prohibition was lifted Moosehead was the only game in town if you're going to Salvia in New Brunswick it was advantageous of naked in New Brunswick and they had the only to lose moosehead continued to do well and by the nineteen eighties? It was the largest Canadian owned brewery in the country. Here's a commercial from that time. Did you know that ninety. Four percent of the beer brewed this country to breweries some choice. Mussa Lucite isn't booed by the big to its by the oldest independent brewery in Canada still owned and operated by the original family since eighteen. Sixty seven Richard. Toland had been a vice president at Moosehead in the nineteen eighties. His father was deciding who would run the company when he died. Richer had two other siblings his brother Derek and his sister Jane Derek had spent some time in charge of things in Nova Scotia and at one point moved back. The father had to decide which son is going to run and things will be the CEO so to speak according to many of the stories. Derek at one point had threatened to were planning to move to Australia. I believe in New Zealand and that seemed seemed forced the father's hand he made Derek. The eldest son had Guy Richard then sort of departed in Hof. Richard was forced out out of the business but he's never really gone. Because I think Phil helped set him up with a trucking company that became one of the bigger trucking companies in the region in in one of the main clients for that. Trucking company was Moosehead. Right plus he still has some shares Moose as well. So he's not involved running moosehead you said after the parting of the ways which was supposed to be acrimonious. But he's certainly benefiting from the Moosehead connection and the Family Richard Oland was well respected affected the Saint John Community. He was the chair of the one thousand nine hundred five candidates. Summer Games widely hailed as success he was involved with business development groups and the local Catholic Diocese. He was chair of the Board of the New Brunswick Museum. He was given an honorary doctorate by the University of New Brunswick was awarded an order of Canada. So when when Richard Oland was found dead July morning in twenty eleven it was a shock to the New Brunswick establishment his funeral was a meeting of the New Brunswick elite the premier was there were numerous cabinet ministers. Mla's lieutenant governor so were members of New Brunswick's other famous dynasties the Irving's McCain's canes but also present were the cops taking photos of everyone and tracking. Who was there just as they would for the funeral of a Mafia dawn at the funeral a journalist took a photo that would become infamous? It was Dennis Oland walking with his wife Lisa. Lisa's and tears but Dennis S.. Dennis is smiling.
"oland" Discussed on Commons
"Communication Center received requests for service to attend fifty to Canterbury Saint John City Center. The officer. Sir Richard Oland. It was later determined at the scene. That Mr Rolling had expired. Preliminary results of the autopsy couple with the evidence at the scene clearly indicate Richard. Ola was a victim of foul play. Homicide there is no evidence at this time to suggest that this was a robbery or a random act. Richard Olin's body had been found by his Secretary Marine Anderson. Here's Greg Marquee again and if you hear them yelling in the background that's just Greg's Greg's cat and to warn you will be hearing from that Katy quite a bit in this episode is secretary. Maureen Adamson went into the office of soft few things in this that she went in through the the doors in when she got inside she noticed Things wrote a place and she looked over in the area where her boss had his desk. She saw body in the floor so she went down. She panicked won't blow out help to the business down below just a warning. The next little bit gets pretty graphic graphic. The scene of the crime was absolutely gruesome. Blood was everywhere. He was face down on the floor of his legs under his task and he had massive trauma to the back of his head. There was a pool of Rama's head in there was blood. SPLATTER in kind of a circle pattern emanating from crime-scene what was clear from the beginning. was that this wasn't some robbery. There were no signs of a break in meaning. Richard probably let his killer into the office office and almost nothing was taken. The Computers Richards Rolex. All of them were still in the room. The only thing missing was Richard's iphone. Richard Olin's murder was immediately a sensation. Greg Marquee remembers exactly where he was when he heard the news. I was in the Public Library that afternoon soon. And someone said that the library what happened in mentioned the name a certainly knew the name but I had never met Miss Rowland and it was a bit of a shock because again there had been a number of murders murders in in Saint John in the years prior to this and after this but this was not a typical case with a wealthy person being being murdered in his office. The Olin's are one of the most well known families in New Brunswick Irving's are huge in their influence the McCain's anes also are fairly an beyond New Brunswick as well for with McCain's and the irving's but the older ones are are are sort of a second tier dynasty. Something the songs and the they certainly have been around for a while. They're quieter sort of low profile. They valued their privacy and they were just not they just haven't been and his high profile as say the Irving's McCain's and it's kind of ironic given all the publicity that was visited upon the family after the murder of Richard and actually make making important distinction just at the top. There's actually two branches of the Oland family distantly related both of them in the maritimes and both of them involved in brewing. Doing there's the Nova Scotia Ohlund. Who owned the Oland brewery? In Halifax they sold their company to Inbev in the nineteen seventies and they brew beers like Alexander. Keiths Oland Poland and schooner. But that's not who we're talking about here. The New Brunswick Orlands are best known for Moosehead brewery which is the largest independent brewery and Candido. We're down so who exactly is this family..
"oland" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"The Kremlin also makes an efforts to create and develop content in order to dominant Oland space from the point of your. Gratien production distribution of content. And what about the Russian people? What do they make of these sort of attempts to sort of crimp the internet? Well, the result of anger. The first thing Cronyn tried to do is to thus acute the uses of the social media. So the started actually handing out fines and even prison sentences for some of the stuff that people were posting on the social pages that great the great sense of resentment and allocation, particularly amongst young people and the anger spreading through the same social media, which the Kremlin was trying to control when they tried to block a messenger system called telegram for failing to disclose encrypted information and data to the security services. And they tried to do that. They first of all the inadvertently crashed a lot of the sites which were using IP addresses that were run by Amazon Google and that affected hotels booking systems etcetera people came out on the streets, and we'll also. Demonstration this weekend. When people joined the gain censorship of of the internet, and in terms of of what you would recommend or what you think would work in order to to keep Russia's internet free. Ultimately will domestic fight and the Russians Russian people themselves will fight for to protect the internet because they their reliance much now the big global tech companies can do to help as well to protect the freedom of the internet. Google has service in Russia. Google is a big operate and big provider, the internet Facebook just made an announcement very important one that it will not be storing data in the countries that abuse human rights. Russia relies on Google and YouTube quite laude and so phone for now. At least the balance of power is not all on the Kremlin side. And there is quite lot the Google and Facebook can and should be doing to stand up which would also recognize have that the internet and for now. The internet remains largely free offers a lot of prospects and opportunities for the western gauge with Russian people don't re Russian people, particularly young ones, and the internet are the moment..
"oland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To medium sized businesses. Fifty percent of our revenue is Bill directly through the utility on the PG knees. Actual Bill itself Perry saw this coming just after the campfire ignited his team started figuring out how to Bill customers directly. They're only third of the way there now that the prospect of chapter eleven is real the ripple effects are being seen. One thing is for sure it will be complicated. Professor seven Bornstein of UC, Berkeley, Haas. School of business says in bankruptcy, the utility will. Federally have two bosses with competing interests. The regulators are trying to make sure that the product still gets delivered that the customer service is maintained and so forth and that workers are treated well. Whereas the bankruptcy judge is much more focused on making sure that the creditors. Get paid. And unlike most bankruptcies which deal with past liabilities. Attorney Suzanne Oland says this one would have to account for incidents that haven't even happened yet a wildfire that might occur in twenty nineteen or twenty twenty chapter eleven has never been used to address a future, unknown liability like this. Let's reiterate that bankruptcy used preventatively is something the law was not designed for but for Ron Perry. This much is known his business will take a hit. All he can do is try to limit the impact for the California report. I'm really dramatically in Oakland. Support for the California report comes from Eric and Wendy Schmidt whose fun for strategic innovation.
"oland" Discussed on The MacCast
"So all of these technologies could potentially play into that. Then moving back to the triple lens camera system. The Wall Street Journal also ran reports saying that that feature is planned for a future model the iphone so that seems to cooperate. What we've heard before? And they are saying, however, that that triple in system might be exclusive to the plus model of the phones apple moving back away from the parity between the five point eight inch and the six point five inch. I phone the plus iphone and going to wear the smaller model would have a two lens camera system. And then the larger version would have the more premium camera, I would presume that's just because of the size of the device and fitting more camera lenses and technology in there. But that I think would be a little bit of a disappointment. They also claim that happen. We'll still have three phone lineup with two Oland models and an LCD model, but in that piece note that in twenty twenty apple could drop the LCD model altogether and the site slow sales of the iphone ten are just overall kind of Luke role, Luke warm. Response to the iphone ten are as possible reason why apple wants to move away from LCD? I don't know if I buy that. I think they had planned to move away from LCD all along just a matter of the technology getting down in price to where it makes sense to have on the more affordable affordable model of the iphone. So I think that was a trend that was going to happen, regardless. But looks like that might not happen in twenty nineteen probably gonna have been in twenty twenty. They also say though, that the iphone ten are the CD model could be updated with a dual lens camera system. And again, if they're going to do the triple ends only on the plus model that kind of puts things in a little weird position. Again, though, I guess we had that before when we had the iphone seven with a single camera and the iphone seven plus with the dual ins.
"oland" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"With down in southern Indiana. But even the astute detective couldn't figure out who might have hired to do the job on top of that Lewellen had an alibi. He was in southern Indiana when the murders happened and could prove it police say he had a key to the house, and he knew the guys had been stealing blind. So we had motive and access, but they couldn't prove he did it or had it done. When Oland was cleared. He collected the money from the life insurance policy worth no clue covered the murder or the murder. Three. Indianapolis men who needle either body. Thirteen. Reports from WIBC on another possible connection. Someone who may have connected with the gay or have been told to warn anyone who may have known the vicar quieter L. The family on the city cowering in fear. The home of that. Boy. Nobody in connection with and we delete the girl's name endanger case had a lot of twists and turns which ultimately took police nowhere. The daughter of the woman called. Eighty looking girl walk near her home and avoid. Hey, come here. The of the daughter of one person knowing quite well, the three big. That night the mother goal WIBC proud of her pregnant alongside the how and it has gone unsolved for over forty five.
"oland" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Man named Fred Harbison died and left a note in a safe deposit box in Gibson county in that notes. According to former Indianapolis police detective Roberts. No Harbison admitted that he was a hired goon for ten Hulan and drove to the house that night to kill gears and Hinson marker just happened to be there and Harbison said he was forced to do them into snow. He wrote the book slaughter on north LaSalle said Harbison never got paid for the crime. And he, of course, couldn't go to the police to complain about not getting paid for a hit even though several people close to the case. Agreed. The letter is authentic. Neither Oland nor Harbison can ever be tried. They're both dead. And LaSalle street murders are still unsolved coming FBI has been called in to help investigate the disappearance of three employees. You'll hear why even forty years later. Police are still asking for help. Glenn? That would near the power lines. Dow white marked where the bodies were found and why police were targeting the interstate after someone used it to target victims. You're listening to Indiana cold cases on ninety three WABC. Hammer in Niger chatting with Bill O'Reilly. Nobody seems like is reporting on Trump's deal with China in the tariffs over the. He was on. That deal was going to be made before even went down Argentina choices in DC..
"oland" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"What impact it might it might give an impression that the perspective juror might favor, the police or my disfavor? The police example suppose, they had just pathetic and unpleasant experience with the police. Well, that's not something that we're entitled to know. Though in this case, you have of said that the police mishandled the case from the start. So maybe just give us a sense again as to what you think they did wrong investigating this murder. Well, the the the first trial simply reveals considerable number of missteps they're supposed to secure the crime scene. So that people don't wander in contaminated the evidence destroy will veal as it did at the last trial. For example, there was an exit door that was the more likely place for the actual killer do vaccinate they didn't even photograph that door. It was like they didn't even notice it. The they took over a hundred photographs of everything else in the location except this exit or they never checked that door for fingerprints. The crime scene was visited by people that had no business being there a crime scene. Like, this is very challenging for police force to make sure that the evidence. That every bit of evidence is found that might help solve it. And I think the challenge was just too great for this particular police force, then Dan is Ellen was found guilty by a jury already and that verdict was later overturned as as you well know, but so what why do you think that you can convince a judge this time that Dennis Oland had nothing to do with his father's. Well, again, we don't have to do the convincing. The crown, but the case is a circumstantial evidence case of involving some really quite extraordinary puzzles. There's a lot of smoke and the question is whether there's fire, and they judicial mind illegally trained mind who understands how faint how appearances can be deceptive who understand that you have to be careful not to jump to conclusions. That's the kind of mind can accurately and reliably look at this case, one of the key pieces of evidence is you know, is the during the first trial was the jacket a Brown jacket belong to Dennis Oland that had small bloodstains in DNA that that that seemed to match his father is that again going to be a key piece of evidence for the crown. I think I think in many ways, it's the key piece of evidence. And this is the kind of evidence that I'm talking about. Because at first. Bless you think. Oh my gosh. How could that happen? But the trial itself is going to bring forth evidence that, you know, these kinds of stains the transfer of stains as is not uncommon and the trial will also put forth all of the other evidence in which there were no bloodstains all of the other quoting shoes at cetera, which were carefully examined. So this is this is the point that a judge can look carefully at all of the evidence in and not just Bafokeng on one or two pieces of evidence that seemed to suggest guilt does your client Dennis Oland have any series as to how his father was killed. We we have we have no idea, and it'd be virtually impossible for us to have an idea because dick he he had certain aspects of his life that were kept secret from his family. We don't have a police force. We're not they're investigating the crime. Seen within minutes of the body being discovered. So no in in the real world. I think it's almost impossible for outsiders to to figure out who did it, that's the polices job. And we say they didn't do properly in this case this morning..
"oland" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The second attempt to try Dennis Oland for the murder of his father has hit a major snag today. A judge in New Brunswick declared a mistrial after ruling that a police officer conducted improper searches on potential jurors in the case in twenty eleven the prominent businessman, Richard Oland was found dead in a pool of blood in his Saint John office. A jury originally found his son Dennis Oland guilty of the murder that conviction was later overturned. Mr. Ohlund has always maintained his innocence. Now, the trial will proceed with no jury and be decided by judge alone. Alan gold is Dennis Owens defense. Lawyer we reached him in Saint John mister gold ear client Dennis Oland. And his mother were all smiles as they left the court today. How did you client take the news of in this trial took it very well because it leads to? Judge alone trial, which which we had wanted and apply for and benign successful because the law didn't allow the crown's consent. So yes, we're happy. Because of what happened that's can tell us it may be in layman's terms, what this police officer did that led to this mistrial, certainly the the supreme court of Canada has has emphasized in two thousand twelve and a series of cases the importance of juror privacy. So when people come forward to know willing to serve on a jury they have a right to privacy. And we're not allow to investigate them the way it's done some American courts. And so these very strict limits on one information, the police atten- look at in connection with perspective. Jurors they can look to see if they have a criminal record. Or if there's some other qualification that excludes from jury duty, but you're not allowed to research each and every contact they may have had with police officers. And is that with the policeman did and not apparently is what the policeman did in this case. He didn't tell anybody to ask words, he then told the crown, of course, had to tell us and that led to the successful motion for mistrial. Why would it matter? The how how could you just I know you're limited in what you can say. But what was that? What would knowing how much contact any previous contact or or feelings about the place?.
"oland" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Gene Chizik sitting right behind. This is Newton. We will you more of your phone calls. Eight five five to four to seven to eight five and Kevin in Albany, Georgia. Good afternoon. Hey, good afternoon fall on Kevin once again just had two questions that I want to issue in regards Jake foam. The first question is what is your report card on him prior to the LSU game? I think he's he's been inconsistent. Issuer? I'm not sure it's entirely his fault. He doesn't have the same apparatus around him that he did last year. Okay. Paneling question was credited you give him for as simple as a lot of Georgia fan say what he told us championship game. And this and that how much credit do you give them? I give him credit. I listen, I think he's an outstanding quarterback. But a lot of great quarterbacks struggle when they don't have an offensive line blocking for them. And they don't have the kind of receivers and running backs that that you need. He has good running backs this year. But are they in the say, you know, maybe it's slight drop-off last year. But, but you know to me the problem on Georgia's that defense doesn't look as sharp. I mean, I had Oland Oletta looking at that everyone making have time. I thought about that. You know guy playing on appoint that making the code and and wire saying in my opinion. Pentagon or last year you have playmaker. I was throwing stay like. That lasted he can't get about fail. So that's my water military fair. It's a fair. Now. I still think the the final chapter is not been written on him. I think this team just came into the season bogged down with with expectations, and I think sometimes it's it's a little bit hard to overcome. But should they beat Florida this weekend? I think that gives them an opportunity then go to Kentucky and and get back to where they thought and most everyone predicted they would end up the season. Thank you for the call. Great to hear from you Jimmy is in Chicago on the air. Go right ahead. Jimmy. Hey, paul. Yeah. You know, we've talked already some Stephan one situation..
"oland" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"I don't think you caught yesterday's kind of funny games. There was an earthquake in Japan. They laid it out of respect to that. It is not them being like direct, and then you're looking at their lineup like this isn't worth a direct. Now, there was a tragedy over their natural disaster. There. They're going to do it after they settle all of that information. Funny as we're gearing up for the podcast and Jordan noise has a dock that we put all the news. And that morning was just like, so the dock has like Nintendo direct, Bulla, blah. And then it was like, just kidding. Never mind delaying it. But we don't know when it's not enough. Yeah, but I'm with Tim is I want animal crossing guard lowering Moro. That's also really good switch game. Get your fruits payer mortgage on the go. I mean, I think that you know, we the, the things we were hypothesizing is that the direct was going to be about the online service which is supposed to launch in the second half of the month. I think next week again, probably Monday, hey, we're in the direct three less time on this day. Then we go through the directing, get all that information. I'm sure they're ready for it. There. Sure had to be respectful, which stand in the Reichel Oland zero gets the final question of the week. Question Owen set wrote into kinda funny dot com. KF GDN and says extra trophy tit for Greg in the kind of funny best friends. Hey, Greg, and Belinda couldn't believe Musyoka Miller and many kind of funny. Best friends didn't know how to unmask hidden trophies on PlayStation four. Here's another must know tip for time, efficient, trophy lunatics, lash aficionado, you select the trophy you need help with with the options button. I'm sorry, you select the trophy. You need help with with the options button instead of x. and then you click on search the internet..
The Human Element of Banned From Baseball
"It's episode sixty of the jam and the queen's crown. And for this edition, this podcast finds himself in downtown Dayton, Ohio at the law theater to interview director, Margaret Perry and actor Brian Dykstra of the play banned from baseball. The story on Pete Rose's permanent ban premiering to the world on September six also in episode sixty. We'll give you the week to scores of high school football in the local Syndey sports area. Welcome to the gem on the queen's crown. The local Syndey sports podcast. In this weekly podcast, Lee w Mao and brings a sports world of Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio to you. The listener visit the Lee w Maui dot com spelled t. h. e. l. e. w. m. o. w. e. n. to subscribe on your favorite podcasts platform and the links to follow along on social media. Music is provided by free stock music dot com. Ed now for the latest edition and everything, Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio sports. He Li w Mao in. Anna pleasant new week to one and all. Hopefully your Labor Day weekend was a okay as now it's time to bring you football scores from southwest Ohio, and guess what college football just started. So we got a couple of scores packed in, but first high school scores, we'll start with a non Friday scores as alter rebounds from their week. One loss to Fairmont by defeating Thurgood Marshall fifty one. The six and a close game. Sydney edges. Bell fountain thirty one twenty eight and a ballast, Cincinnati, and Dayton Hughes comes out on top against Ponant tech, eight to six now for your Friday games. And if you follow me on Twitter, that's at the Lee w Malan you notice that I never got around to listing the high school football scores for week two. Well, some of these got postponed to Saturday. Some of them Saturday morning take one got pushed to Saturday night and I never got around to it. So I'm sorry if you look forward to that on my Twitter feed. So I up for Friday games on week to Preval. Schone travels to west Alex to defeat the Panthers twin valley south thirty, two fifteen fort recovery edges valley view at home twenty seven to twenty three sent Henry wins sixty two nil over eating in the eagles Edgewood with a twenty eight to nine win over Franklin. Tri county north picks up there. I one of the years the Panthers beat the end Sonia Tigers thirty four twenty one Milton union with a fourteen to six decision over oakwood. Try village with a twenty-seven nineteen win patriots. Defeat the Dixie greyhounds mill town. Nassan Forty-six reading zero. Miami's Berg to ano on the year Vikings twenty four Oland Tain-jy fourteen national trail to know as well as the blazers defeat our Canham. And the Trojan six to three the golden eagles Abell Brooke with a forty two to nil decision against Fairburn Skyhawks weighing with a forty two to six win against the Christians of faith academy in Columbus don't as the iron ironman on the gridiron north mob with a twenty four to twenty one win over Fairmont Kenton ridge forty four Carlisle's zero Lakota west twenty and Centerville fourteen the elks are Owen due to start off twenty eighteen Lebanon fifteen Loveland thirteen. A close battle down south towards Cincinnati. Cold water welcomes in Clinton Massie and the Cavaliers get thirty one to twenty eight win at home against the falcons minster Thirty-nine Covington twenty-six. Troy Trojans. Twenty-one. Xenia buccaneers fourteen pick one wins twenty six six against Lima senior fort Laramie with a forty five twenty nine decision over Madeira Benjamin Logan edges, west liberty, Salem, thirty two twenty nine. Bethel with a forty one to seven win over Dayton Christian Troy Christian takes it to Bradford forty two nil. Anna forty-eight Brookville twenty-seven. Carol defeats beaver creek twenty five twenty four Kevin with a forty nine thirteen win over saliva for sales, forty-seven deaf Jefferson, fourteen and Lima central Catholic twenty deaf of Saint. John's ten Miami east fifty two Lehman Catholic Twenty-one.
"oland" Discussed on The Morning Toast
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