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"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

Felonious Florida

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

"Charlie three to spot in the circuit court in the seventeenth traditional circuit in our county, Florida is ninety four one zero six to CF ten being just dynasty bailing state afford or find a hearses manual environment Bennett. Verdict count line. We the jury five fouls as to count one charging document Bennett is guilty of murder in a I agree as charging charging so cereal's nineteen January to us nineteen at four Arto rally more quarters. Counting ring carry FIS as follows. Document. Martorana. I agree as talks to jogging. So say we all. Or to customer oil, Florida, horrors. Count. Reach five is followed as to count three alleging charging document healty degree in charge. Charging documents sociale stating that does nineteen horn Arar county Simon over. The jury finds Pablo Eibar guilty on all three counts of murder and the cases Nickelodeon case as he is handcuffed by a deputy Pablo. Shakes his head in frustration later. One of his attorneys Benjamin Waxman expressed his disappointment. So disappointed with the verdicts. With with. I thought I talk with my wife all the way here. I thought about all of the different circumstances. And I really I really thought it was going to go away. And it's just been this long journey, and you know, I just feel like if the journey wasn't to find Pablo not guilty to finally bring Justice to him. Then why why why did why did in the order of the world wide? Why did we go through? The conviction of Pablo Eibar brings to an end nearly twenty five year long nightmare for Debbie. Allen ca maintain offense a sanity and a faithful this position then really challenging to to have to go to not just be insult of having repeatedly go through the legal system. But the injury of within this family my twin tire country right money from their government town moralize about someone is though he is some angel that was mistakenly picked off the streets and south Florida. That's angering I don't know in my situation would be angry. Weeks the same jury that convicted Pablo of murdering Sharon Anderson, Marie Rogers and Butch Casey. We'll have to decide unanimously if he should be put to death for the crime, Deb says she'll be there to tell the jury about the sister. She lost on investing. I do with heart. I don't have a grip on going back this. But I'm talking to ride it out that I could get through it. But yeah, I think the very least that I do is an opportunity to him the martyr end the jury because he held my sisters and destroyed so much in my own family. Certainly my mom vets with hastened by this you had three forms of cancer. When she died, the stress is I can't put into work so at the title and court. There really isn't you know, people I think when a package take up and say, oh, they finally have closure or maybe they can have Pete. And it's plenty five years later. Can you really that? No. You can't the only thing you can be thankful for is that it seems like it is something end and that individual will never ever ever be free on the street again. So rack had did he and disaster someone else's fight? The only great that's been is that I have a beautiful family at Houston gives me a reason to everyday tell another story about my sister, someone who they never met and to look for ways and enjoy you know, my mind life, right that in sort of abuse heart into see my kids has a has a vest Bali back in the live them. But but there there's there's there's poetic would've at the end of this for anybody. Flown is Florida will keep following Pablo. Ibar case including his sentencing next month. Follow us on social media and your Email to our newsletter felonious, Florida dot com to get updates. Thank you for listening to this special episode of colonial Florida. If you've enjoyed the show, please give us a five star rating on apple podcasts and be sure to tell your friends about our show. It's available online at bologna, Florida dot com. Apple podcasts one dot com or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can read more about the cases, Nickelodeon murders, and the other cases, we've covered including photos and videos at felonious, Florida dot com and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The loan is Florida is produced by the south Florida, sun sentinel and one day this episode was reported by Rafael omega with previous reporting by Lisa Arthur, and I'm your host and sound designer and the Kate Austen. Our producers are David shoots and one Ortega editing ranchera Guskey sound direction by Sean pits with additional recordings by Carleen Jean unlock. Keta pay. The felonious Florida team includes Iran zoo, Danny Sanchez, and Dana banker.

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"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

Felonious Florida

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

"Charlie three to spot in the circuit court in the seventeenth traditional circuit in our county, Florida is ninety four one zero six to CF ten being just dynasty bailing state afford or find a hearses manual environment Bennett. Verdict count line. We the jury five fouls as to count one charging document Bennett is guilty of murder in a I agree as charging charging so cereal's nineteen January to us nineteen at four Arto rally more quarters. Counting ring carry FIS as follows. Document. Martorana. I agree as talks to jogging. So say we all. Or to customer oil, Florida, horrors. Count. Reach five is followed as to count three alleging charging document healty degree in charge. Charging documents sociale stating that does nineteen horn Arar county Simon over. The jury finds Pablo Eibar guilty on all three counts of murder and the cases Nickelodeon case as he is handcuffed by a deputy Pablo. Shakes his head in frustration later. One of his attorneys Benjamin Waxman expressed his disappointment. So disappointed with the verdicts. With with. I thought I talk with my wife all the way here. I thought about all of the different circumstances. And I really I really thought it was going to go away. And it's just been this long journey, and you know, I just feel like if the journey wasn't to find Pablo not guilty to finally bring Justice to him. Then why why why did why did in the order of the world wide? Why did we go through? The conviction of Pablo Eibar brings to an end nearly twenty five year long nightmare for Debbie. Allen ca maintain offense a sanity and a faithful this position then really challenging to to have to go to not just be insult of having repeatedly go through the legal system. But the injury of within this family my twin tire country right money from their government town moralize about someone is though he is some angel that was mistakenly picked off the streets and south Florida. That's angering I don't know in my situation would be angry. Weeks the same jury that convicted Pablo of murdering Sharon Anderson, Marie Rogers and Butch Casey. We'll have to decide unanimously if he should be put to death for the crime, Deb says she'll be there to tell the jury about the sister. She lost on investing. I do with heart. I don't have a grip on going back this. But I'm talking to ride it out that I could get through it. But yeah, I think the very least that I do is an opportunity to him the martyr end the jury because he held my sisters and destroyed so much in my own family. Certainly my mom vets with hastened by this you had three forms of cancer. When she died, the stress is I can't put into work so at the title and court. There really isn't you know, people I think when a package take up and say, oh, they finally have closure or maybe they can have Pete. And it's plenty five years later. Can you really that? No. You can't the only thing you can be thankful for is that it seems like it is something end and that individual will never ever ever be free on the street again. So rack had did he and disaster someone else's fight? The only great that's been is that I have a beautiful family at Houston gives me a reason to everyday tell another story about my sister, someone who they never met and to look for ways and enjoy you know, my mind life, right that in sort of abuse heart into see my kids has a has a vest Bali back in the live them. But but there there's there's there's poetic would've at the end of this for anybody. Flown is Florida will keep following Pablo. Ibar case including his sentencing next month. Follow us on social media and your Email to our newsletter felonious, Florida dot com to get updates. Thank you for listening to this special episode of colonial Florida. If you've enjoyed the show, please give us a five star rating on apple podcasts and be sure to tell your friends about our show. It's available online at bologna, Florida dot com. Apple podcasts one dot com or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can read more about the cases, Nickelodeon murders, and the other cases, we've covered including photos and videos at felonious, Florida dot com and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The loan is Florida is produced by the south Florida, sun sentinel and one day this episode was reported by Rafael omega with previous reporting by Lisa Arthur, and I'm your host and sound designer and the Kate Austen. Our producers are David shoots and one Ortega editing ranchera Guskey sound direction by Sean pits with additional recordings by Carleen Jean unlock. Keta pay. The felonious Florida team includes Iran zoo, Danny Sanchez, and Dana banker.

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"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

Felonious Florida

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

"Deliberations seemed like an eternity. It was a was ten days eleven days. I think that's the longest in Florida history. Longest in US history for capital case for jury be out. I remember when they were. Reading the verdict when they say count one not guilty. You know, the first thing I'm thinking, okay. We have lesser charges on thinking. Okay. I'm not guilty. I agree murder. But then when they went to count to they said, not guilty in my my legal sense kicked in and I say hold on. And then they say count three not guilty, and I say that's murder murder murder all three counts, and I just broke down from right there. I didn't hear anything else. After twenty two years south was free. It was I mean, I was like I don't know living on a high out of this world. I couldn't go to when I got out. I couldn't go to sleep for three days. I said a nine hundred ninety seven I said, no ninety five I said Godwin one day, if I ever get found guilty, the first place, I wanna go. I wanna go to the closest church, and I wanna get down on my knees. Imprint that church on care. What time it is? And I wanna go to the beach and put my back on a palm tree. So I got out at three o'clock in the morning, and the nearest church was I think it was ninth avenue David boulevard, if you had a little bit south as a Catholic church, and I didn't care if it was Catholic Baptist Pentecost Jehovah witness. I was just I it was like forty degrees out. I was freezing. I wasn't freezing. But my friend. I was with me she was called. And I I was out there for like twenty minutes on my hands and knees, and and I was just praying, and I stopped by Dunkin donuts get some coffee, then I went to. The beach on commercial in a with a periods. And I was going to go down there by the ward at first it was pitch dark. But then I started hearing the roaring the ocean. And you know, I haven't been around something like that almost twenty years. And I was scared. I said I didn't come this far the ocean swapping up. So I stayed away from the water and win put my butt in the Gulf against a tree. And I just enjoyed it for about an hour. Pabo Eibar has faced a tougher challenge. Since the hung jury nineteen ninety seven primarily prosecutors allege that it is his face that could be seen on the video footage during the murder, but the image on the video is grainy and Pablos lawyers and supporters have insisted it's not him. It's the most important piece of evidence until now and the most controversial. Debbie is the sister of one of the murder victims. Sharon anderson. They can for years with with description of the type of grainy as though you can't make out who I look at that type until you. My sister is for how can anyone who knows? How far look at that. And say that that's not him. So yeah, it's angering I can't tell you how many people who know be known me all these years who, of course, will ask and they will always say to me how can it be that the entire homicide? And you guys still don't have any very frustrating to explain that to people because even with all of your legal exposure. Because I thought of starting at this point even with everything I understand about the case it is. Maddening to watch it and what someone with nothing on his face. Until your sister and have that piece of very long evidence bequest, and there are people who kill and rob and seven eleven videos who trials all. Fix. Evidence against Pablo was strong enough to convince a second jury that it was indeed his face on the video. He was convicted and sentenced to death. But for the second time in the cases, Nickelodeon murder case, the Florida Supreme Court stepped in and threw out the conviction. This time they ruled up Pablo hadn't received an adequate defense from his lawyer who was ill during the trial. Pablo would face his third jury. But this time a tactic used by his defense years. Earlier would come back to haunt him. With nothing to lose before his trial and twenty ten Pablo. Eibar team took a gamble. They sent the blue t shirt found at the crime scene to a forensics lab in Virginia. They were hoping to find DNA on the shirt that could pin the murders another potential suspect. But the results were negative and the T shirt went into storage since then a new prosecutor Williamson Claire has been working to convict Pablo. And he had a thought about the t shirt Pablo had attested for another suspects DNA, but had the lab ever tested the t shirt against Pablo's own DNA. It had not Sinclair ordered the test. And this time the news was bad for Pablo. The results of the new test showed that Pablo was a major contributor to the personally recovered DNA the probability that it was a different Caucasian man was one in eleven million. The odds shrank to about one in thirty five million among Hispanic men, the momentum shit. Shifted from the defense to the prosecution. Suddenly the controversial grainy video wasn't the most important piece of evidence against Pablo. Ibar jury selection began October first twenty eighteen and by thanksgiving, it was complete. The courtroom is packed on the opening day of the trial. Eibar wife brother and father are joined by other family members with them as a delegation of senators from Spain where I bar has become a celebrity among opponents of the death penalty. One Senator rows of in del of Madrid says, quote, we are not here to say he is innocent. We are here as opponents of the death penalty. We don't want his life to be at risk. We want a fair trial the group from Spain has raised more than one million dollars for Pablo's. Current defense on the other side of the courtroom is a single row of just four people which Casey's daughter Alexis who is now thirty five years old Marie rudders mother, Margaret and brother Karim and a Representative from the victim's advocate office, which helps family members understand the legal process during murder trials. Deb buoy. Sharon sister sat through all of the previous trials. But now lives in central Florida with her children and isn't at the trial. Their mother Barbara Jones died in twenty seventeen prosecutor Williamson Claire opens the case against Pablo by highlighting his newest weapon. The DNA publish DNA was on the t shirt Sinclair tells the jury so is the DNA of Sharon Anderson, one of the murder victims this proves it Sinclair says Eibar is one of the killers. The DNA evidence on the t shirt is damaging for Pablo and his lawyers aren't hiding it at his trial. It's true. His attorney Kevin Kulik tells the jury Pablo's DNA is on the shirt, and so a Sharon Anderson's, but he says there was someone else's DNA in the fibers to unknown number one. That's what Kulik called him the source of the DNA hasn't been identified. But Kulik tells the jury that DNA belongs to the real killer. Defense lawyers argued that the murder investigation has been tainted by misconduct almost from the start. And there's at least one person out there that police knew about but never pursued. He walked into the Broward sheriff's office after the murders and claimed responsibility for taking Bush Casey's Mercedes from his house and driving it seventy miles north to Palm Beach county where he said on fire near the Florida Everglades. Seth panel says he discovered notation of the alleged confession in police files while he was appealing his conviction on death row two days after the murders. I I wasn't even a suspect. Mr. Eibar wasn't even a suspect. When you have a gentleman at walks into brow sheriff's office, and this guy confesses says, yeah, I burnt the car. My boss told me to do it. How does not arrest him immediately for grand theft auto possession of stolen property doesn't make sense in. Why they don't call West Palm Beach shares office. Hey, we got the guy will blue car. In your county. You arrest them? Then I'm not here. Mr. Eibar is not here that could have been the murderer. But what happens BSO less mango less than twenty four hours later. He's dead. The man's name was Johnny McGill. He was shot to death outside a Miami strip club the day after he gave his brief statement to a deputy. He's in front of a club. They asked him to come out. They kill them co. But that's for me. A lot of answers are in a lot of questions. Don't get answered. Nobody wants to answer these questions whenever you let somebody that confesses to the murder. He dies later. I mean, there's a lot on answer questions here. Prosecutors say that false. Confessions are not uncommon in high profile murder cases by the time. The witnesses statement came to light investigators were already confident they had the right men in custody. The idea of south testifying and Pablos current trial was a potential problem for both the prosecution and the defense he was on the witness list for both sides and his first appearance in the courtroom early in the trial caused waves.

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"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

Felonious Florida

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

"Deliberations seemed like an eternity. It was a was ten days eleven days. I think that's the longest in Florida history. Longest in US history for capital case for jury be out. I remember when they were. Reading the verdict when they say count one not guilty. You know, the first thing I'm thinking, okay. We have lesser charges on thinking. Okay. I'm not guilty. I agree murder. But then when they went to count to they said, not guilty in my my legal sense kicked in and I say hold on. And then they say count three not guilty, and I say that's murder murder murder all three counts, and I just broke down from right there. I didn't hear anything else. After twenty two years south was free. It was I mean, I was like I don't know living on a high out of this world. I couldn't go to when I got out. I couldn't go to sleep for three days. I said a nine hundred ninety seven I said, no ninety five I said Godwin one day, if I ever get found guilty, the first place, I wanna go. I wanna go to the closest church, and I wanna get down on my knees. Imprint that church on care. What time it is? And I wanna go to the beach and put my back on a palm tree. So I got out at three o'clock in the morning, and the nearest church was I think it was ninth avenue David boulevard, if you had a little bit south as a Catholic church, and I didn't care if it was Catholic Baptist Pentecost Jehovah witness. I was just I it was like forty degrees out. I was freezing. I wasn't freezing. But my friend. I was with me she was called. And I I was out there for like twenty minutes on my hands and knees, and and I was just praying, and I stopped by Dunkin donuts get some coffee, then I went to. The beach on commercial in a with a periods. And I was going to go down there by the ward at first it was pitch dark. But then I started hearing the roaring the ocean. And you know, I haven't been around something like that almost twenty years. And I was scared. I said I didn't come this far the ocean swapping up. So I stayed away from the water and win put my butt in the Gulf against a tree. And I just enjoyed it for about an hour. Pabo Eibar has faced a tougher challenge. Since the hung jury nineteen ninety seven primarily prosecutors allege that it is his face that could be seen on the video footage during the murder, but the image on the video is grainy and Pablos lawyers and supporters have insisted it's not him. It's the most important piece of evidence until now and the most controversial. Debbie is the sister of one of the murder victims. Sharon anderson. They can for years with with description of the type of grainy as though you can't make out who I look at that type until you. My sister is for how can anyone who knows? How far look at that. And say that that's not him. So yeah, it's angering I can't tell you how many people who know be known me all these years who, of course, will ask and they will always say to me how can it be that the entire homicide? And you guys still don't have any very frustrating to explain that to people because even with all of your legal exposure. Because I thought of starting at this point even with everything I understand about the case it is. Maddening to watch it and what someone with nothing on his face. Until your sister and have that piece of very long evidence bequest, and there are people who kill and rob and seven eleven videos who trials all. Fix. Evidence against Pablo was strong enough to convince a second jury that it was indeed his face on the video. He was convicted and sentenced to death. But for the second time in the cases, Nickelodeon murder case, the Florida Supreme Court stepped in and threw out the conviction. This time they ruled up Pablo hadn't received an adequate defense from his lawyer who was ill during the trial. Pablo would face his third jury. But this time a tactic used by his defense years. Earlier would come back to haunt him. With nothing to lose before his trial and twenty ten Pablo. Eibar team took a gamble. They sent the blue t shirt found at the crime scene to a forensics lab in Virginia. They were hoping to find DNA on the shirt that could pin the murders another potential suspect. But the results were negative and the T shirt went into storage since then a new prosecutor Williamson Claire has been working to convict Pablo. And he had a thought about the t shirt Pablo had attested for another suspects DNA, but had the lab ever tested the t shirt against Pablo's own DNA. It had not Sinclair ordered the test. And this time the news was bad for Pablo. The results of the new test showed that Pablo was a major contributor to the personally recovered DNA the probability that it was a different Caucasian man was one in eleven million. The odds shrank to about one in thirty five million among Hispanic men, the momentum shit. Shifted from the defense to the prosecution. Suddenly the controversial grainy video wasn't the most important piece of evidence against Pablo. Ibar jury selection began October first twenty eighteen and by thanksgiving, it was complete. The courtroom is packed on the opening day of the trial. Eibar wife brother and father are joined by other family members with them as a delegation of senators from Spain where I bar has become a celebrity among opponents of the death penalty. One Senator rows of in del of Madrid says, quote, we are not here to say he is innocent. We are here as opponents of the death penalty. We don't want his life to be at risk. We want a fair trial the group from Spain has raised more than one million dollars for Pablo's. Current defense on the other side of the courtroom is a single row of just four people which Casey's daughter Alexis who is now thirty five years old Marie rudders mother, Margaret and brother Karim and a Representative from the victim's advocate office, which helps family members understand the legal process during murder trials. Deb buoy. Sharon sister sat through all of the previous trials. But now lives in central Florida with her children and isn't at the trial. Their mother Barbara Jones died in twenty seventeen prosecutor Williamson Claire opens the case against Pablo by highlighting his newest weapon. The DNA publish DNA was on the t shirt Sinclair tells the jury so is the DNA of Sharon Anderson, one of the murder victims this proves it Sinclair says Eibar is one of the killers. The DNA evidence on the t shirt is damaging for Pablo and his lawyers aren't hiding it at his trial. It's true. His attorney Kevin Kulik tells the jury Pablo's DNA is on the shirt, and so a Sharon Anderson's, but he says there was someone else's DNA in the fibers to unknown number one. That's what Kulik called him the source of the DNA hasn't been identified. But Kulik tells the jury that DNA belongs to the real killer. Defense lawyers argued that the murder investigation has been tainted by misconduct almost from the start. And there's at least one person out there that police knew about but never pursued. He walked into the Broward sheriff's office after the murders and claimed responsibility for taking Bush Casey's Mercedes from his house and driving it seventy miles north to Palm Beach county where he said on fire near the Florida Everglades. Seth panel says he discovered notation of the alleged confession in police files while he was appealing his conviction on death row two days after the murders. I I wasn't even a suspect. Mr. Eibar wasn't even a suspect. When you have a gentleman at walks into brow sheriff's office, and this guy confesses says, yeah, I burnt the car. My boss told me to do it. How does not arrest him immediately for grand theft auto possession of stolen property doesn't make sense in. Why they don't call West Palm Beach shares office. Hey, we got the guy will blue car. In your county. You arrest them? Then I'm not here. Mr. Eibar is not here that could have been the murderer. But what happens BSO less mango less than twenty four hours later. He's dead. The man's name was Johnny McGill. He was shot to death outside a Miami strip club the day after he gave his brief statement to a deputy. He's in front of a club. They asked him to come out. They kill them co. But that's for me. A lot of answers are in a lot of questions. Don't get answered. Nobody wants to answer these questions whenever you let somebody that confesses to the murder. He dies later. I mean, there's a lot on answer questions here. Prosecutors say that false. Confessions are not uncommon in high profile murder cases by the time. The witnesses statement came to light investigators were already confident they had the right men in custody. The idea of south testifying and Pablos current trial was a potential problem for both the prosecution and the defense he was on the witness list for both sides and his first appearance in the courtroom early in the trial caused waves.

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"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

Felonious Florida

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"pablo ibar" Discussed on Felonious Florida

"The south panel was sitting in the back of a Florida courtroom last week waiting for the start of the murder trial of his one time friend Pablo Ibar, he wasn't welcome. As soon as south was spotted the judge ordered him out of the courtroom as he left south declared. They don't want the jury to see me. They don't want to know the truth. And so began the dramatic fifth and possibly final trial and the case that launched the felonious Florida podcast. What really is the truth behind the nineteen ninety four cases Nickelodeon murder? One of Florida's most infamous and extraordinary cases, Seth wants a suspect in the brutal home invasion murders. Bush, Casey, Sharon Anderson, and Marie Rogers was set free by a jury in two thousand twelve he could be called as a witness in the trial of his original co-defendant Pablo Eibar Pablo was convicted and sent a death row for the murder, but one an appeal and is now facing new jury hoping to win his freedom twenty four years after his arrest. It's going to be a months long and hard fought courtroom battle. And where there every day watching it unfold. Felonious Florida will bring you updates on social media. And in a special bonus episode as the case finishes up if you haven't listened yet. Go back to our first four episodes and catch up start with the one titled the executions and stay subscribed on apple podcasts or wherever you listen to our show. While covering the case, there's another great show. You should be listening to it's been around since south's acquittal in two thousand twelve and has probed hundreds of unsolved murders mysteries and intriguing stories generation Y will feed your obsession with true crime. Every week our friends just an errand take a spellbinding, deep dive into the facts of a case, they bring you along as they examine evidence discussed theories and ultimately share their opinions on what may have happened. We appreciate crime shows that are well researched. Which is why we love generation y they've gone deep on well known cases, like the night stalker and the Golden State killer as well as more obscure. But no less fascinating crimes in the following preview. Clip. Justin, an errand give their take on the Menendez brothers Lyle, and Eric who were currently serving life in prison for the infamous nineteen Eighty-nine murder of their wealthy parents in Beverly Hills while you're listening subscri-. To the generation Y podcast and share it with your true crime obsessed friends, we know you'll be hooked after hearing this preview. How you doing tonight? They're doing good, Justin. How're you doing? All right. Tonight's case. We're looking at Beverly Hills, California. It's a very nice area. If you haven't been August twentieth. Nineteen eighty nine this is before we've heard a term called afla Windsor before OJ Simpson. This is probably been up on our top ten most requested cases. I think maybe top five. I don't know. What are we talking about tonight on the Menendez brothers case which involved the nineteen thousand nine slayings of Jose and kitty Menendez, which were the parents of Lyle and Erik Menendez. Eric was eighteen years old at the time and Lyle was twenty one the Menendez estate was valued at more than fourteen million dollars on this night Lyle and Eric. Armed with shotguns, enter their parent's home. They point their weapons at their parents who are sitting on the couch watching a JAMES BOND movie, and they begin to shoot their parents with these pump action, shotguns, twelve gauge shotguns is said that Jose didn't even know this happened. He died immediately. Now, their mother kitty she actually jumped up and tried to run away. After the initial volley of blasts coming at them. She was injured, but she tried to escape, and we know this because there was blood in the tread of her sneakers so Lyle and Eric had to reload. I think they had to go back out to their car and grab more ammo and reload. They didn't have extra shotgun shells on them. So they had to go back. Out to the car and get more to finish off their mother. Right. And I believe Eric handed the ammunition to his brother Lyle who loaded the shotgun, and then proceeded to go inside and finished off his own mother. So this isn't really a heat of the moment type deal. This isn't a break. This is they had shotguns, and they went in and they slaughtered their parents. So after they shoot their parents they end up calling nine one one and you can find this phone call. It's Bradley they'll will pretty much anywhere any documentary about this this case, and they tell the dispatchers that they have come home to find their parents have been murdered. Yeah. They had said they had gone out to the movies. And then as you said come home and found their parents murdered. So what movie did they say? They went out and saw will they had planned to go see Batman. But it was sold out. I mean, I don't know if you remember at the time, but that movie was huge when it came out. It was Tim Burton's Batman is was nineteen eighty nine. So they went to another movie, which was a JAMES BOND film, titled licensed kill we know they're lying to dispatchers. They're screaming and yelling and playing off that they found their parents. And it's just ironic that they would say that oh, we went to a bond movie when that just happens to be the same movie that not the same. But another JAMES BOND movie that their parents are watching just a little connection there. I know your big bond movie fan. So we know that they plan to kill their parents. But at the time when police showed up. They didn't admit to killing their parents know, they stick to their story that they find their parents when they came home they were at this JAMES BOND movie, and they were at this movie and the even go so far as to insinuate that it might be a mob hit because of some of the wounds to their parents, which includes shooting them in the kneecap. And I guess that's a technique that it's claimed mobsters will use you cap them. The police truly believe that what they're seeing is a cold blooded murder, and they believe these two very affluent rich. Everyone calls him the boys and kids, but they're adults. What the police won't do is do a

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"pablo ibar" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"pablo ibar" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"The sweetness of champagne stemware everything you need to know the properly open up your champagne and sparkling wines for new year's with somalia dave we've got the princess tested debbie plenty barrique let's just and our special guest former nfl head coach wayne fontes loves cigars is gonna like some of these champagnes in sparkling wines i can guarantee that when we picked up you went to the university of iowa the hawkeyes as a coach what were defense of the defense the back coach there for three years on rate nagel forever says he was the ethic director uh predraft protest uh rep taste of course than from there i went to the southern cal california other usc you will see john mckay and in got a chance beadle j simpson's in any anyway uh great great individual but let's us not the story right but i was that he was at a tactical them here called in a way that was that southern cal for five years in during the championship years yourselves different three three up national championships uh and you weren't defensive back i was defensive after defensive coordinator their coordinating okay and then from there i amid remember one day we go through practicing and we all we stopped at this little pablo ibar that the letter traffic subsided we would go home because a lot of traffic in la and john mckay of that one day said culture ride home with me so remember jumping star the in miran along with he asked me similar in your ambitions in life and i in a silly long culture like to be somebody like to be half's as successful as you are a make me very happy in this profession in these agreed to answer he said dump taking you a tampa bay with me i just taking the tampa bay pro football job i know what tampa bay was not the city it was all today i have like a small town i have no idea where it was in a remember said oh my goodness and he said your wife will be at my house with with his wife they'll be looking at homes didn't catch plane and gadama look for houses and they're slobs guess i was hired before i said yes i had no choice a and rights gone in remember like you said comey the tampa bay and and it was nothing like it is today temple is is one of the great cities in my opinion.

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"pablo ibar" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"pablo ibar" Discussed on WTMA

"Was a well contest it between two doubted shorter she looked very sharp tonight the again alexander vargas is very good that gives up a home run late other than ship cautioning gurbaj the ballgame an not too much really can be put on bard is she got no run support from the offense tonight he had pitched five shutout innings a heading into the six had allowed just two baserunners in a one ahead of before backtoback hits the only other to will out of the night would come in that sixthinning with one out stephen rebelled a single and in lorenzo sceduled it takes barges steep with a two run shot deposited well over other little green monster out there in left field here in this fenway park replica in greenville south carolina vardis go sevenstrong two on july three hits did not walk veteran struck out four his own only other bachofner allowed besides the three hits was eight leadoff hit better of that came to the renzo say drollet who also hit the homer to lead off the sixth inning charleston managed just four hits in the loss out hitting the drive ford it three all of them were lied on singles esteban floor y'all in the second oswaldo cabrera in the six a infield hit from pablo ibar race in the eighth and branded wider got on base for the base not enter right in the ninth inning they would leave five total manage stranded in this not this dick rank should make it six and would failed to bring home a leadoff single four different times in the scottish fears river dog struggling with runners in scoring position for the second straight daily went over twelve yesterday and are now old for seventeen combined as a team with runners in scoring position over the last two games of this series hobie harris worked a perfect onetwothree eight think the hebrew dogs are the ballgame heading into the ninth it was three different pitchers that combined for the shut after greenville hair should cooney gets.

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