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"preston knee" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"preston knee" Discussed on WRVA

"Like a B. sun all day today right now fifty five temperature at your weather news radio let's get a check on our headlines of your another night of protest in Richmond but not as violent or destructive is Saturday night police make at least a couple of dozen arrest after a state imposed curfew in the city and governor Northam declares a state of emergency because of the protests that activates the Virginia National Guard I'm Gary has details at the bottom of the hour on news radio WRVA the opening of the US was expected to bring challenges with competing worries of new corona virus outbreaks and economic meltdown now cities across the country from New York to Chicago to Los Angeles are reeling from unrest that could worsen both violence erupted in dozens of cities following the death of George Floyd a black Minneapolis man who died after a white police officer Preston knee into his neck for more than eight minutes some demonstrators broke off to rampage through shopping districts and set fire to police cars and municipal buildings I'm Bloomberg's Jeanna survey for news radio WRVA it is seven twenty one and time for a sports update area standing by hype Hey good morning John the NASCAR world you know nasco kind of gotten used to NASCAR being back now they run five races since returning from corona virus shutdown being the first four to really come back.

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"preston knee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"preston knee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"While they were out there the most horrifying scene tanker truck and drove apparently it right into the crowd of marchers the update we have now is that the driver of that truck has been taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries and has been arrested for the incident at least three hundred people have been arrested in Minneapolis following weekend protests meantime the corona virus pandemic is still very much alive Texas reported one thousand nine hundred and forty nine more cases on Sunday the highest increase since the state began reporting cobit nineteen case cal W. away I news time Bibeau six time to check on your money the world of business with the Bloomberg news desk challenging with competing fears of new corona virus outbreaks in economic meltdown now cities across the country from New York to Chicago to Los Angeles are reeling from unrest that could worsen both violence erupted in dozens of cities following the death of George Floyd a black Minneapolis man who died after a white police officer Preston knee into his neck for more than eight minutes some demonstrators broke off to rampage through shopping districts including at Michigan Avenue in Chicago and set fire to police cars and municipal buildings so far the stock futures are just slightly lower this morning S. and P. futures down seven point nine makes crude little changed to lower at thirty five dollars and twenty two cents a barrel among the reports that will get attention this week is the jobs report for may that is due out on Friday and is expected to show an unemployment rate of almost twenty percent cina Cervidae Bloomberg radio get the latest news anytime anywhere just tell your voice activated smart device.

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"preston knee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"preston knee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Also asking for justice first news live from NPR news I'm Jeanine Herbst cities around the country of activated the National Guard to help deal with violence and protests over the death of George Floyd a black man killed in Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day and your stroll rose reports the National Guard has around five thousand of its soldiers have been called up nationwide hundreds of National Guard soldiers patrol the streets of Los Angeles on Sunday morning as residents cleaned up after a night of clashes between demonstrators and police in Minnesota governor Tim walls said he would call out the state's entire National Guard force after several nights of violence and looting in the Twin Cities demonstrators have taken to the streets nationwide to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Floyd who is black was filmed pleading for air as a white police officer Preston knee into his neck the National Guard says thousands of its soldiers and airmen have been activated so far to assist local law enforcement across more than a dozen states and quote protect their neighbors right to protest peacefully toll rose NPR news the mayor of Atlanta says president trump's comments and tweets are inflaming violence at the protest Alex him look of member station W. eighty E. has more president trump has blamed democratic governors and mayors for not being tough enough on demonstrators and threatening that the federal government including the use of the military is an option Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms told CBS's face the nation that the president is making the situation worse we are beyond the tipping point in this country and that his rhetoric only in the plane sat in he should just sometimes stop talking bottoms also said she had no faith in the department of justice which is investigating the case of Ahmad armory the black jogger killed by two white men in south Georgia who weren't arrested until a video of the shooting went viral for NPR news I'm Alex I'll make in Atlanta New York governor Andrew Cuomo says viral videos that showed New York City police violence against protesters last night are inexplicable does a radio oriel for member station W. S. H. U. reports in one video people throw traffic cones at a stop to New York City police vehicle before it accelerates through the crowd another video shows an officer approach a protester who's wearing a facemask with his hands up the officer pulls down the protesters Maskin appears to pepper spray his face Cuomo says police were in an impossible situation but that last night was ugly some of the videos frankly are inexplicable to me New York City mayor bill de Blasio says police showed restraint but admits the videos were quote disturbing the independently elected Attorney General of New York will issue a report in thirty days Cuomo says there will be ramifications for police if the Attorney General finds wrongdoing for NPR news I'm Desiree diorio in New York and you're listening to NPR news from Washington this is W. NYC in New York I'm lance lucky a few hundred people are gathered this afternoon at Barclay center in Brooklyn as demonstrations against police brutality continue for a fourth day twenty one year old Lou Lou to Lupe of east New York disputes mayor de Blasio's assertion that the NYPD has made significant reforms in recent years they spend their gas.

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"preston knee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:28 min | 2 months ago

"preston knee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At this hour fires are still burning on the south side of Minneapolis after protesters took to the streets to demand justice for George Floyd bring out great oil over this in cities all over the country from W. NYC in New York this is on the media I'm Brooke Gladstone Garfield an incident in central park seven nation and especially the Karen means signifying white women who feel entitled to call the cops on people guilty of living while black we are still grappling with the same racism but we were dealing with under Jim crow era segregation and that's central to these that's the body turns from many Twitter fact check president trump today for the first time it's all over twenty seven California's mail in ballots after live from NPR news I'm Jeanine Herbst cities around the country of activated the National Guard to help deal with violence and protests over the death of George Floyd a black man killed in Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day and your stroll rose reports the National Guard has around five thousand of its soldiers have been called up nationwide hundreds of National Guard soldiers patrol the streets of Los Angeles on Sunday morning as residents cleaned up after a night of clashes between demonstrators and police in Minnesota governor Tim walls said he would call out the state's entire National Guard force after several nights of violence and looting in the Twin Cities demonstrators have taken to the streets nationwide to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Floyd who is black was filmed pleading for air as a white police officer Preston knee into his neck the National Guard says thousands of its soldiers and airmen have been activated so far to assist local law enforcement across more than a dozen states and quote protect their neighbors right to protest peacefully toll rose NPR news the mayor of Atlanta says president trump's comments and tweets are inflaming violence at the protest Alex hammock of member station W. eighty E. has more president trump has blamed democratic governors and mayors for not being tough enough on demonstrators and threatening that the federal government including the use of the military is an option Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms told CBS's face the nation that the president is making the situation worse we are beyond the tipping point in this country and the heads of rhetoric only in plain sad then he should just sometimes stop talking bottoms also said she had no faith in the department of justice which is investigating the case of Ammar armory the black jogger killed by two white men in south Georgia who weren't arrested until a video of the shooting went viral for NPR news I'm Alex Tomic in Atlanta New York governor Andrew Cuomo says viral videos that showed New York City police violence against protesters last night are inexplicable there's a radio oriel from member station W. S. H. U. reports in one video people throw traffic cones at a stop to New York City police vehicle before it accelerates through the crowd another video shows an officer approach a protester who's wearing a facemask with his hands up the officer pulls down the protesters Maskin appears to pepper spray his face Cuomo says police were in an impossible situation but that last night was ugly some of the videos frankly are inexplicable to me New York City mayor bill de Blasio says police showed restraint but admits the videos were quote disturbing the independently elected Attorney General of New York will issue a report in thirty days Cuomo says there will be ramifications for police if the Attorney General finds wrongdoing for NPR news I'm Desiree diorio in New York and you're listening to NPR news from Washington live from KQED news I'm Kate wolf protest over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis have coursed through the nation the state and closer to home in the bay area and continue today in cities like San Francisco and Oakland KQED's Julie Chang is joining us now from Oakland Julie can you tell me what you're seeing at the protest out there so in shoreline park which is near the port of Oakland it's a huge walkway along the water broke into it and they are just cars lined up the post of the thought about now no I don't see the beginning and I think all right and and who are the organizers of the protest so beat and we project organized the demands of one of the co founders of top what he's a well known activist he claimed that the typically so that people who are compromised who are elderly can protest eight we should be aware that there's a lot of people who weren't able to participate in the street protests of the March and haven't been able to do so because of social business thinks and interestingly enough ethically your project didn't endorse the protest on Friday in Oakland because since the end of spreading the virus and as you might know the black about needing to have been hit hard by cook at nineteen greet and and thank you Julie that was KQED's Julie Chang joining us from a car caravan protest out there in Oakland near shoreline park I should bring in some more in.

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"preston knee" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"preston knee" Discussed on KCRW

"And I gotta say I love it because it's keeping me informed and knowing what's happening in my community and across the United States let's not forget there's a pandemic so please make sure you maintain social distance wear a mask I probably said it's a hundred times what I firmly believe it's ten years and I'm gonna look back and we can be stronger people because of the challenges that we're facing now but we got this together so make sure you are be safe spread love using headlines coming I'm accidents KCRW live from NPR news I'm Jeanine Herbst cities around the country of activated the National Guard to help deal with violence and protests over the death of George Floyd a black man killed in Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day and your stroll rose reports the National Guard has around five thousand of its soldiers have been called up nationwide hundreds of National Guard soldiers patrolled the streets of Los Angeles on Sunday morning as residents cleaned up after a night of clashes between demonstrators and police in Minnesota governor Tim walls said he would call out the state's entire National Guard force after several nights of violence and looting in the Twin Cities demonstrators have taken to the streets nationwide to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Floyd who is black was filmed pleading for air as a white police officer Preston knee into his neck the National Guard says thousands of its soldiers and airmen have been activated so far to assist local law enforcement across more than a dozen states and quote protect their neighbors right to protest peacefully toll rose NPR news the mayor of Atlanta says president trump's comments and tweets are inflaming violence at the protest Alex hammock of member station W. eighty E. has more president trump has blamed democratic governors and mayors for not being tough enough on demonstrators and threatening that the federal government including the use of the military is an option Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms told CBS's face the nation that the president is making the situation worse we are beyond the tipping point in this country and the his rhetoric only in the plane sat in he should just sometimes stop talking bottoms also said she had no faith in the department of justice which is investigating the case of mod armory the black jogger killed by two white men in south Georgia who weren't arrested until a video of the shooting went viral for NPR news I'm Alex I'll make in Atlanta New York governor Andrew Cuomo says viral videos that showed New York City police violence against protesters last night are inexplicable does a radio oriel for member station W. S. H. U. reports in one video people throw traffic cones at a stop to New York City police vehicle before it accelerates through the crowd another video shows an officer approach a protester who's wearing a facemask with his hands up the officer pulls down the protesters Maskin appears to pepper spray his face Cuomo says police were in an impossible situation but that last night was ugly some of the videos frankly are inexplicable to me New York City mayor bill de Blasio says police showed restraint but admits the videos were quote disturbing the independently elected Attorney General of New York will issue a report in thirty days Cuomo says there will be ramifications for police if the Attorney General finds wrongdoing for NPR news I'm Desiree diorio in New York.

"preston knee" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:29 min | 2 months ago

"preston knee" Discussed on KCRW

"We spent the whole first half of the year getting in trouble all the time because we can't stop talking to each other during class second half of the year we start passing notes in class so we don't get caught which is amazing because Spencer never pass notes in class before which means I'm changing it to the conference should have stopped the moth radio hour true stories told before live audiences I'm J. Allison and in this show stories of how we see ourselves versus how others see us so any proceeds to ask if you could go to the trunk to check if we had a dead body again chuckling the for us but any moment we give a more suspicion right you already suspicion being brown three things can happen in that situation detention deportation that story and more coming up next on the moth radio hour from PRX right after the news live from NPR news I'm Barbara Klein the National Guard says approximately five thousand of its soldiers are now activated nationwide as NPR's Joel rose reports they've been mobilized after protests against police brutality turned violent in some places hundreds of National Guard soldiers patrolled the streets of Los Angeles on Sunday morning as residents cleaned up after a night of clashes between demonstrators and police in Minnesota governor Tim walls said he would call out the state's entire National Guard force after several nights of violence and looting in the Twin Cities demonstrators have taken to the streets nationwide to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Floyd who is black was filmed pleading for air as a white police officer Preston knee into his neck the National Guard says thousands of its soldiers and airmen have been activated so far to assist local law enforcement across more than a dozen states and quote protect their neighbors right to protest peacefully toll rose NPR news demonstrators are back in the streets of Minneapolis this afternoon pro testing the latest death of an African American in police custody Matt sepic of Minnesota public radio reports governor Tim walls has extended an eight PM curfew there into tonight in an effort to quell violence that's racked the city in recent days thousands of National Guard soldiers and airmen are helping police and firefighters and force the eight PM curfew Minnesota public safety commissioner John Herrington says police arrested about fifty five people by two AM Sunday eight and dozens more later that included two who allegedly shot at police the officer was not hit we were arrested the two people that were in the car from which the shot was fired we were covered in a R. fifteen rifle in in that particular case Carrington says twenty percent of those arrested were from outside Minnesota he says the much larger law enforcement presence is allowing soldiers and police to get to potential trouble spots ahead of riders for NPR news I'm Matt sepic in Minneapolis George Floyd's body will be returned to his hometown of Houston where he'll be buried Houston public media's Matt Harrop says the latest protests there've been mostly peaceful Houston police chief art Acevedo walked side by side with protesters from emancipation park a landmark of Houston's third ward where George Floyd grew up all the way to city hall.

"preston knee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"preston knee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Up the moth radio hour true stories told before live audiences I'm J. Allison and in this show stories of how we see ourselves versus how others see us with any proceeds to ask if you could go to the trunk the check if we had a dead body again chuckling the for us but any moment we give a more suspicion right you already suspicion being brown three things can happen in that situation detention deportation death that story and more coming up next on the moth radio hour from PRX right after the news live from NPR news I'm Barbara Klein the National Guard says approximately five thousand of its soldiers are now activated nationwide as NPR's Joel rose reports they've been mobilized after protests against police brutality turned violent in some places hundreds of National Guard soldiers patrolled the streets of Los Angeles on Sunday morning as residents cleaned up after a night of clashes between demonstrators and police in Minnesota governor Tim walls said he would call out the state's entire National Guard force after several nights of violence and looting in the Twin Cities demonstrators have taken to the streets nationwide to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Floyd who is black was filmed pleading for air as a white police officer Preston knee into his neck the National Guard says thousands of its soldiers and airmen have been activated so far to assist local law enforcement across more than a dozen states and quote protect their neighbors right to protest peacefully toll rose NPR news demonstrators are back in the streets of Minneapolis this afternoon protesting the latest death of an African American in police custody Matt sepic of Minnesota public radio reports governor Tim walls has extended an eight PM curfew there into tonight in an effort to quell violence that's racked the city in recent days thousands of National Guard soldiers and airmen are helping police and firefighters and force the eight PM curfew Minnesota public safety commissioner John Herrington says police arrested about fifty five people by two AM Sunday eight and dozens more later that included two who allegedly shot at police the officer was not hit we were arrested the two people that were in the car from which the shot was fired we were covered in a R. fifteen rifle in in that particular case Herrington says twenty percent of those arrested were from outside Minnesota he says the much larger law enforcement presence is allowing soldiers and police to get to the central trouble spots ahead of riders for NPR news I'm Matt sepic in Minneapolis George Floyd's body will be returned to his hometown of Houston where he'll be buried Houston public media's Matt Harrop says the latest protests there've been mostly peaceful Houston police chief art Acevedo walked side by side with protesters from emancipation park a landmark of Houston's third ward where George Floyd grew up all the way to city hall.

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"preston knee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:12 min | 2 months ago

"preston knee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Currently cloudy skies seventy six degrees right now in our Saturday may thirtieth I'm Maria Garcia just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty ten o'clock this is C. B. S. news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Sam let's sing a days after the death of George Ford in Minneapolis people again taking to the streets in protest in dozens of cities around the country they're marching chanting and in some cases turning violent to protest the death of the handcuffed black man after a white police officer Preston knee into his neck even after you stop moving CBS news correspondent jumper gazes in Minneapolis for members of the National Guard are rolling into the Twin Cities the state's governor is authorized of mobilization for the first time since World War two curfews are now in effect or imminent in more than a dozen U. S. cities including LA president trump is giving some mixed messages about all this on the one hand urging state and local leaders to respond to protests with force which house speaker Nancy Pelosi tells ABC is abnormal for presidents met with democratic and Republican presidents all along they have seen their responsibility to be the president of the United States to unify our country and not to fuel the flames at CBS news correspondent call Killian says Mr trump is also asking everyone to keep home president trump urged restraint as more protests broke out around the country including at the White House California senator Kamilla Harris was among the demonstrators earlier on Twitter the president suggested the protesters were professionally managed and denied he was joking more confrontation California prison officials say they suspended several employees who made racist jokes on social media about the death of George floor a rocket ship designed and built by Ilan mosque space X. company is lifted off with two Americans I'm Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center some three hours after launch the astronauts were on TV well everyone welcome aboard again my name is Doug next to me is a really in top banking giving a short tour of their spacecraft this is the the Apollo era and ship now has a name endeavor had our first played on shuttle endeavor and it just meant so much to us to carry on that name they say so far she handles just fine Peter king CBS news at the Kennedy Space Center the largest meat packing unit estimates that at least forty four U. S. meatpacking workers have died from the new coronavirus another three thousand of tested positive meat processing plants have mostly stayed open since president trump's executive order declaring them critical infrastructure in late April but the United food and commercial workers union says thirty plants have closed at some point since March resulting in an estimated forty percent reduction in part production twenty five percent in beef this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today your news.

"preston knee" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"preston knee" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"For original reporting I'm Sam let's sing your days after the death of George Ford in Minneapolis people again taking to the streets in protest in dozens of cities around the country they're marching chanting and in some cases turning violent to protest the death of a handcuffed black man after a white police officer Preston knee into his neck even after you stop moving CBS news course while jumping cases in Minneapolis for members of the National Guard are rolling into the Twin Cities the state's governor is authorized a full mobilization for the first time since World War two curfews are now in effect or imminent in more than a dozen U. S. cities including LA president trump is giving some mixed messages about all this on the one hand urging state and local leaders to respond to protests with force which house speaker Nancy Pelosi tells ABC is abnormal for presidents met with democratic and Republican presidents all along they have seen their responsibility to be the president of the United States to unify our country and not to fuel the flames at CBS news correspondent call Killian says Mr trump is also asking everyone to keep home president trump urged restraint as more protests broke out around the country including at the White House California senator Kamilla Harris was among the demonstrators earlier on Twitter the president suggested the protesters were professionally managed and denied he was joking more confrontation California prison officials say they suspended several employees who made racist jokes on social media about the death of George floor a rocket ship designed and built by Ilan mosque space X. company is lifted off with two Americans I'm Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center some three hours after launch the astronauts were on TV well everyone welcome aboard you're.

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"preston knee" Discussed on Cults

Cults

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"preston knee" Discussed on Cults

"After four days of evidence and testimony, the jury was sent to deliberate, the fate of sixty six year old Michael professor on Friday, December twelve two thousand eight he was charged with three counts of criminal sexual contact with minors and three concept contributing to the delinquency of minors in the midst of heavy snowfall Michael's forty five followers return to the task courthouse on Monday. December fifteenth to hear the verdict to the residents of strong city. They were about to find out if God had decided to save their messiah or crucify him on the charge. Relating to criminal sexual contact with sixteen year old Lakisha Sayer, Michael tra- vessel was found not guilty relief. Washed over the members of strong city, it appeared, their messiah was saved. But then the other verdicts were read Michael was found guilty of criminal sexual contact with. Ashley Sayer and contributing to the delinquency of minors. The members of strong city wept, their faces twisted and anguish, but Michael kept smiling, he tapped, his heart as mouthed. I love you to all of his followers, he showed no stress or fear about heading to prison. The former followers in the courtroom celebrated the verdict. It's not often that victims and survivors have the chance to see the person who damaged their lives. Be brought to Justice before them before going this separate ways. There was a jubilant feeling fellowship. They had stuck together and saw day. They never thought they see the downfall of a man who called himself messiah. Outside the courtroom Lakisha expressed relief that Michael was found not guilty of the charge, relating to her. At least she hadn't betrayed her messiah, the rest of strong city lashed out at the corrupt system that punished Michael in the weeks leading up to the trial. They heard a repeated narrative of a world out to persecute their values. It rallied them against a common enemy and poisoned, the validity of the guilty verdict. Michael wasn't wrong. He was misunderstood martyr. Michael was allowed to spend two weeks at strong city before reporting for his sentence away from the reporters, and the judge he took to his website to comment on the trial. He wrote that the guilty verdict told him the world hated strong city. If the jury had acquitted him the world would be spared, the Lord's wrath. But now that Christ on earth was convicted the world had exposed itself to God. As evil this behavior. Mirrored classic narcissistic, rage professor Preston. Knee wrote that when a narcissist feels inferior they will lash out in a disproportionate and irrational way. Michael was finally being held accountable for his actions. So therefore, the world was now worthy of destruction at God's hands. Michael travek, sir did not try to flee or attempt any violent retribution. Strong city did not have the means weapons or will for that. Instead he and his followers peacefully returned to the courthouse, on December thirtieth two thousand eight for his arraignment. The four he was sentenced. Michael read along statement. It was a continuation of the aggressive narrative, he spun on his website, accusing Americans of hate and prejudice. He said the state investigators lied to him, and he felt humiliated, by the way, law enforcement treated him. He also compared his situation to that of Jesus crucifixion, saying the world often tries to destroy new beliefs. He declared he was a victim of religious persecution and cited other examples in scripture of adults touching children, such as the Jewish rite of circumcision, yet, Michael was the one going to prison while Michael admitted to the naked embraces, he would not admit to any kind of wrongdoing, whether it was God giving him an order or an unjust, government persecuting him, Michael, did not have the tools to admit he did anything wrong. Sixty seven year old Michael was sentenced to eighteen years, but the judge reduced it to ten years because Michael was a first time offender and because of his age, once in jail. He began a hunger strike. Several strong city members also stopped eating including Esther, the first girl held in a naked embrace, she might have felt particular guilt, for the way her interview in the documentary was used against Michael Esther's mother, Haniffah, Tresser was also what a Michael seven wives. She wrote a letter to the governor of New Mexico appealing for clemency, as a ten year incarceration for a man Michael's age was essentially a death sentence. But clemency was not granted in addition, Jeff set up several strong city websites to appeal the verdict and free. Michael, they hoped to drum up enough attention and sympathy to compel the governor to grant a release for Michael. In late January two thousand nine a local news channel covered esters continued hunger strike protesting the verdict Michael had abandoned. His own hunger strike few weeks prior, but she told the news, I'm willing to die on what I stand on, which is purely God's instructions to me. I wouldn't be doing this. If God hadn't told me to Esther signed a statement, refusing resuscitation, unless Michael was released from prison, permanent organ damage is a risk after thirty days of starvation at the time of the interview Esther was on day thirty three. No one at strong city was trying to stop her. Jeff bent said, reporters that he didn't like seeing Esther fast so much. But he added that her actions represented, how the entire group felt, however, just ten hours after talking to the news Union County deputies showed up with a court order demanding Esther be taken to hospital for treatment Esther sister, who no longer lived in strong city had seen the interview and called the police. She didn't wanna watch Esther die as does mother was furious. She claimed the efforts which saved her daughter's life, were essentially the same thing as kidnapping. For the better half of two thousand nine Michael tra-, Besser, and his followers continued to appeal his sentence, but by August. It was clear that the messiah of strong city would remain in jail for quite some time on his blog, Michael wrote that his incarceration was a form of sexual abuse by the state. He claimed the government's unfair treatment of him was the real molestation. He even compared it to an incident in his youth. When he claimed to be sexually abused by an older man, he also started another hunger strike in prison. He said that anyone outside of strong city is the beast, a biblical term for the devil. And he refused to eat food from the hand of the beast. His fast only lasted a few months. However, once he realized that clemency was not forthcoming he wrote in his blog that he stopped the hunger strikes because God said he didn't want Michael to starve anymore. And while Michael Lang. Guaged in prison his followers slowly dwindled away in early. Two thousand ten Jeff bent said in an interview that there were thirty five adults living on the compound in Michael's absence. One of those thirty five members was Lakisha Sayer. She had returned to the compound, the moment she turned eighteen just like she said, she would still without Michael tra- Besser to run things. The strong city compound was an abandoned shell of the Salvin community. It once was, but he continued to speak to his followers through his blog in two thousand eleven he wrote, but we warned the state early on over and over, proud men were given an opportunity to stand down, but they're self righteous boasting can now be seen by Seoul's covered with the righteousness of God, as only farts, in the wind. By two thousand fourteen he faced a much more serious threat than the men. He perceived.

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"preston knee" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"preston knee" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"Furniss, according to I went to urban dictionary for this one. But basically the unique ability to maneuver seamlessly around people or objects in a smooth manner undefined manipulation or manipulate from dictionary dot com, and it has handled control a tool mechanism typically a skillful manner. The other definition said control influence, a personal situation cleverly unfairly or on scrumptiously. Got y'all got a new word somebody about us this week us a wrong. I'm sure, but you try the other word I defy was which it says thought to have magic piles, especially evil once copulate depicted as wearing a black cloak and appointed hat flannel broomstick. So all right. So now jumping into the next segment so questions that need addressing to was the first thing that comes to your mind. Will you hear the word for nece? So for me when I hear the worst, and this I instantly think alike. Drove Louis drool, you know, some drug stuff, you know, somebody finessing applause, go route or somebody that kind of thing. That's what I think about killers. Rob this thing second question. What's the first thing that comes the amount we think of a witch? So I honestly think of you know, bubbles boils in trouble that kind of thing girl on a broomstick yet. Pretty pretty, you know, you know, which I think y'all mama shoes. Be reappointing reappointing got the lowest. He like everybody mama got over fifty Meg about that. Or somebody? You know, which is they are the biggest manipulators as far as cast spells and all that kind of stuff and playing with you know, dark arts and that night. The third question have you ever from this the plug or been finessed before? So the acid is yes to both of them. Now. I didn't rob nobody. But I definitely have manipulated somebody to get something that I wanted and have been for less than four absolutely fake. I was finished this week. Not really sure not gonna tell you how but. Yeah wolf, but nobody got no money from this stupid. All right. So now, let's talk about bangs it can be manipulated now Liz goes on, but I'm just gonna Gallo quick rundown stuff. You know, people, you know, people can be manipulated. You can be financed tricked in trick. Or something believing something that's not true. You can manipulate your grades scores or something, you know, in players over the years in NBA players, another sportsman shaving points in that kind of thing you can manipulate a phonetic some money from somebody just finesse the system you saw requirement was doing in the story, you you can be manipulated us. Somebody can manipulate it for Michou. Rob tricky on your realize you wanted to do tricking. You didn't want to do in the first place. You know, also I come late. You not go to work, if you don't wanna go to work, and you know, you got a good conscious 'cause you good good on he'd go to work. I get you out of work. I do is say constantly not going to work. I'm gonna be bad angel net scenario, I'm gonna be like, you know, what you're going to go to work you need rest. You know, you need a mental Health Day needed chill. You know, this catch some sleep. I want you looking like sixty when you twenty five so maybe she just go ahead and take off see I get you out of work. And you're gonna be like, you know, what you right now. I'm gonna say, I know may you off work. So also wanna get off work again. Calm. I get out of work. So other things that can be finessed statistics. You know a show storyline. As far as somebody being on the show, they can manipulate thanks and making little this person. Did that and said this when they didn't you can manipulate words you can manipulate magic tricks. You know, you can be manipulated by add to something that, you know, you don't need, you know, some shoes and clothes, you know, going to go to pop is 'cause aiding made the show commercial with the chicken fresh and the the mass potatoes. Looking all good. But in commercials, not mashed potatoes is cream because you ain't never seen. No perfectly school, mashed potatoes at any restaurant. That's is screaming of commercials of you. I know and you make a history and facts we've seen it happen lot. Especially in America, not going to get into that. But just no it can't be. All right. So now, let's talk about different professions because their professions that are based on the delays. So to speak. You know, what I'm saying the first one will be a lawyer. You know, I said really anything criminal Justice. But definitely lawyers. You know, that's what had Nick named allow oil, you know, because they manipulating situations because if you defending the person, you know, kill you have to go in and be like what proof? Do you have to prove that laret shot up the whole house acute everybody? You know, what proved you had that in? He did it and people insane it, but you're going gonna make the audience or not the audio for the judge believe like, you know, he didn't do that. How could he have done that when he did this? And did that when the reality needing, you know, what I'm saying? So that's an example, a salesman car salesman. Whatever, you know, prostitutes. They count a salesman. Why don't they? So I told him I'd everybody know it don't why not selling some they sell an, but they sell up there still count and the last one therapist. Now, you probably think it will you saying that therapy is wrong because. You know, y'all are re Yadel know how to read between the lines as say, okay, y'all hear something and take it as one thing too. Literal now when analyzing therapist or therapy in general, it is manipulation is not bad manipulation is actually a form of some what they call good manipulator, which I'm gonna get into a later. But for the most part, look like this they are getting formation about you, you sit on a long couch in chair when I went I sat in chair talk somebody, and they ask you questions in telling you all this is what you're doing. This is what you're not doing telling you, maybe you should try to do this. You know, getting you to change your paradigm. You know, you pare down your worldview, so they manipulated you out of gin, you realize things in their area ways. That's why stuff keeps happening again you to see what might have started to cause in the first place. So you can get to the root of the problem and break it down stop doing it altogether. So again in a sense, they are for Nestle. You are kinda tricky you and. A good way, you know. But I'm getting that that's relation of good manipulated a little later on our now, we're talking about I guess like bam. Listen to whatever I'm talking about psychological, emotional manipulation. And it comes from article, call four two sides of psychological and emotional manipulation by Preston knee. So he stated that psychological manipulation can be the spine as the exercise undue influence through mental distortion and emotions will take with the intention to seize power control benefits and privileges at the victims expense, so now instantly when I hear that I instantly just get a flashback artillery case in the whole Arcadia situation. I'm sorry. I knew about him in his sex dungeon his laborat- nightmares as I like to call it. And you know, to this still crazy how they don't believe that. Now, do I personally believe that some of the victims are exaggerating sung to an extent? But I believe everything they saying Florez, you know, while the stuffing was doing because I don't believe album, just Lionel him. And then he got the take him with the girl. So, you know, but I look into that. But more on the story is I saw manipulation for sent you hear about manipulation through him as he was doing the brainwashing stuff. And you know, people like brainwashing. How do you brainwash somebody first of all he used several tactic? Now. I don't believe he did it by himself. But at the same time he was sitting there getting them to believe stuff. He did a perfect example of him in manipulation was in interview, Gayle clean, or he was crying jumping all over the place. Tom by hanging out hall. Nobody looked like the hall tire. He looked like he put his cigarette his cigar his mouth, and he get a LASSO wrapping around him pull them up like sandy pool. Patrick on SpongeBob. When he said people from Texas was dumb that was running from I feel like he's doomed girls. But seriously, he was crying. Talking about some owned understand why they attending me trying to tell me. Let's go watch interview manipulation that's Gail kings sim back chilling, but I got some signs from the same website from the article by personnel psychology today, and

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"preston knee" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"preston knee" Discussed on Female Criminals

"In the late nineteen forties. Leona Roberts became the vice president of her real estate firm in New York City. She hadn't yet reached her thirtieth birthday. And she was well on her way to becoming one of the city's elite as Leona became more successful. She began to see her husband, Leo as deadweight he was a respected lawyer. But in Leone is he hadn't advanced far enough in his career, and he wasn't making the kind of money. She expected of him their relationship began to sour Leona threw herself even deeper into her work staying long hours at her office or attending parties with her co workers to avoid going home to her family by nineteen fifty two. The couple had had enough of each other. They divorced agreeing to split time with twelve year old Jay evenly. It didn't take Leona long defined a new husband pretty soon. She met Joseph Lubin, a prominent garment industry executive in Manhattan. He would make a great match for the lifestyle Leona hoped to build Leona charmed Lubin quickly. And the couple was married in nineteen fifty three less than a year after her first divorce. She was thirty three. The next decade of Leone is life is somewhat of a mystery later in life after she amassed her fortune. She refused to talk about these years at all they apparently didn't fit into the carefully crafted narrative, she'd created of her own life Leona frequently changed her backstory, sometimes she even wrote her marriage divorce and remarriage to Joseph Lubin out of her story altogether. All we know is that through the nineteen fifties and sixties Leona continued to build herself up in the real estate world. She divorced Lubin then remarried him then left him for the second time to focus on her career by the late nineteen sixties as Leona reached her late forties. She was more successful than ever. All of her listings were high end urban condominiums as opposed to the more modest apartments in property. She was previously assigned. Thanks to her upscale clientele. She was moving and prominent social circles around the city, it was through these social circles that leeann emit fifty nine year old Harry Helmsley a real estate tycoon in his own, right. Like Leona, Harry was also a high school dropout. He had worked his way up the real estate ladder from low paid office boy to one of the country's wealthiest men at twenty nine years old Helmsley had used his last thousand dollars to purchase and renovate his first building, which he sold just a few years later for roughly sixty six thousand dollars he became so successful at real estate that he eventually purchased Dwight Voorhis and Perry the firm where he'd once worked as an office boy in nineteen forty nine under Harry Helmsley is leadership. Ship that firm now called Dwight Voorhis and Helmsley purchase. The toy center the gray bar building. And the state more Moritz hotel in one thousand nine hundred sixty one he and his business partners purchased the Empire State building for sixty five million dollars worth about five hundred fifty million dollars today. This was the highest price that had ever been paid for a single building. Suffice to say, Harry Helmsley had a reputation as one of New York's most influential real estate dealers that reputation and his newly established status as a billionaire may have been what drew Leona to him in the first place. When the pair met in nineteen sixty eight Leona was already a millionaire of her own making her time as a high end real estate broker had afforded her a decent lifestyle. But she could sense that a marriage to Harry would really shoot her up the ranks of New York society after their first meeting leeann. You made an effort to stay in contact with Harry, but she played out her strategy carefully. She knew Harry was already married to a wife of more than thirty years. So she worked her way into his social life through business. Harry was eager to bring Leona onto his team at one of his several real estate firms Brown Harris Stevens after all she was well known for being one of the most talented brokers in the city, and once she was hired Leona proved that she didn't intend to give that reputation up her business savvy and skill with the clients impressed, Terry and the other senior members at the firm by nineteen seventy liens, persistence and hard work earned her the position of senior vice president at Brown Harris Stevens, purlee Ona's advice. Harry continued to amass properties across Manhattan, including the Lincoln building and flat iron buildings. She wanted to make sure his personal fortune grew as much as possible and not. Just out of friendly consideration shortly after her promotion, Harry and Leona began an affair Harry purchased her and impressive apartment in the upper class. Chelsea neighborhood where the average cost of a unit was half a million dollars over three point two million dollars today. Harry would meet Leona there on a regular basis. Harry's wife eve was fully aware of the affair. He fully disclosed the whole situation to her. And they spoke daily about Harry's meetings with Leona still every night, Harry came home to eve, so she was fine with the arrangement, but leeann ah didn't like sharing she began pressuring Harry to leave his wife and Mary her so later in nineteen seventy Harry finally asked his wife for a divorce eve asked Harry why they needed to divorce. So suddenly, and Harry said it was because another man was trying to win. Leone as affections Leona had told him that she'd received a letter with a diamond ring and a marriage proposal, and she only had ten days to make up her mind hairy needed to hurry and propose to Leona before he lost her eve was heartbroken, but even more. She was concerned. That Leona was swindling her husband into a hasty decision. But if Harry wanted to leave she wasn't going to stop him for a while. Even Harry had daily discussions about whether or not divorce was the right move. Several people close to Harry shared Eve's concerns that Leona was psychologically manipulating him into marriage. In all likelihood the supposed letter from Leonidas mysterious suitor was a manipulation tactic. According to Dr Preston knee too common. Traits of psychological manipulators are the use of negative surprises and asking for decisions in an unreasonable amount of time. Need defines negative surprise? Raises as unexpected negative information. That comes without warning. This tactic is typically meant to throw the person being manipulated off their guard and give power back to the manipulator in Leona case. She used the surprise of the proposal letter to exert control over the relationship and put Harry on the defensive the other tactic asking people to make decisions in an unreasonable amount of time is meant to apply tension to a situation the goal is for the manipulator to get his or her victim to crack under pressure and agree to what the manipulator wants Leona employed. This tactic by telling Harry, she had a ten day time frame to make a decision on the other proposal hairy, then only had ten days to decide if he was going to leave his wife or not ultimately eve saw how stressed her husband was about the situation. And agreed to the divorce Leone is plan had worked on April eighth ninth. Nine hundred seventy two Harry, Leona Helmsley were married. Leona was now truly one of New York's elite she might have hoped. This would open new doors for her in the real estate world but shortly after their marriage Leona 's career, hit a roadblock. One of Harry's residential properties was being converted into condos and Leona took it upon herself to deal with the buildings current tenants. She presented them with two options. Either buy into the condos or she would buy their units from underneath them. The residents had signed long-term leases some as long as three years, and they legally didn't have to submit to this ultimate them. But Leona wanted to move forward with the construction and she wanted to do it. Now. Many of the tenants claimed that Leona verbally abused them until they gave in however, several tenants refused to be bullied and filed a lawsuit against Leona in the end Leona was forced to compensate the tenants by covering their three year leases. Her real estate license was suspended without her real estate license. Leona turned her attention to another. Venture harry's. Berge inning, hotel business. It was her goal to expand the business further by opening a new hotel and making it one of the city's finest construction took place throughout the nineteen seventies Leona oversaw most of the major decision making on the hotel as Harry handled the real estate side of their business. When Leona was finally satisfied with the building. It was fifty one stories tall and head over one thousand rooms the Helmsley palace hotel was set to open on September fifteenth nineteen eighty but before the grand opening Leona and her marketing team launched an ad campaign to show off the new hotels high class accommodations. But it was what happened behind the scenes of the ad campaign that really caught

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"preston knee" Discussed on Cults

Cults

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"preston knee" Discussed on Cults

"Cast. Now back to the story. After his failed coup in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven thirty year old Cureton NANDA was expelled from his con. But that wouldn't be the last eight here of Keith ham. He started sending letters to the is con- members who banished him using stationary for a new organization, he called the first United church of Krishna youth organization underground, the initials were f you see k y oh you this type of scorched earth behavior is typical of narcissists people like your to NANDA need constant adulation, which he had spent the past few years getting from the members of this con. But now they hit embarrassed him. According to Dr Aubrey John in an article for live strong when a narcissist incurs a blow to their self esteem. They grow enraged and tend to retaliate. Amidst the drama Cureton anonymous partner Howard now known as high Aggripa stayed loyal to him when curtain Anondo was expelled from his con high. Agreed was. Teaching English at a community college in the Pennsylvania town of Wilkes bar with few prospects left in New York Cureton NANDA soon joined Higra, and so he moved down to Pennsylvania confident that he had rattled is cons cage. And that the group would falter in his absence. But if being shunned from the group had been enough to enrage Cureton NANDA, one can only imagine the temper that erupted once Keith ham realized that in his absence is con- had only grown official membership statistics don't exist for the Hari Krishna, even the modern websites only give vague figures instead of exact numbers. However in nineteen sixty seven temples were opened in London and San Francisco with membership growing by the thousands, the movement grew so large that even attracted the attention of the biggest musical act in the world, the Beatles. George Harrison at famously developed a great interest in Hari, Krishna it. It's even been reported that Harrison spoke the hurry, Krishna chant one a flight. He was on had lost control and nearly crashed in nineteen sixty seven. And while his former cult was reaching new heights of fame. Cureton NANDA was banished to suburban Pennsylvania to lick his wounds, then a year later, he saw a letter from author Richard rose junior published in the San Francisco Chronicle in March of nineteen sixty eight Cureton NANDA and his partner high Aggripa took a road trip pursuing the advertisement. They had seen in the paper. It offered land in West Virginia for anyone willing to settle it. Richard rose junior dreamt of turning the twelve hundred acre patch of land into a center for people from every religion to worship commune and find peace. He was willing to lease the land to anyone who could fulfill his dream Cureton and Onda thought he just might be such a man the pair arrived at Rose's farmlands in. Mt. Ville West Virginia and found paradise Adila hillside surrounded by lush forests. It was perfect Cureton Anga knew the land would be easily won Salonga he duped rose into signing over he in high grievous introduce themselves as Keith in Howard, two best friends intent on carrying out roses wishes eventually rose leased land to Keith and Howard never suspecting. The circus act that would soon move into town before the ink was dry Cureton Anondo was on the phone with his old guru Prabhu pod. Probably wasn't exactly thrilled to hear from his former pupil given the attempted coup to Todd just a year earlier, but Cureton NANDA had an offer to enticing to resist probably had set up a meeting in July of nineteen sixty eight Cureton NANDA and high agreed ventured to Montreal where probably pod had been living and teaching their Cureton anon- high agreed. Were remiss to find that probably would not meet with them before they both gravelled profusely apologizing for their indiscretions the previous summer, and while it nearly killed Cureton to do. So he apologized for Keith. The most important thing in any relationship was maintaining control, according to Dr Preston, knee, emotional manipulation

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"preston knee" Discussed on Cults

Cults

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"preston knee" Discussed on Cults

"Fireplace. After this break will explore the aftermath of the cult's murders. Now back to the story. On April seventeenth nineteen eighty nine members of the kirtland called had murdered five of their own the Avery family in cold blood. The very next day April eighteenth chief Yarbrough six police officers and sixteen FBI agents headed over to the farm. The timing was purely coincidental. Long force -ment still believe that Jeffrey was planning to attack the kirtland temple on may third nineteen eighty nine since he had backed out of attacking it the previous year, they questioned everyone at first the cult members were nervous, but they quickly realized that the police had no idea that the series were dead. They were completely focused on the temple takeover. The police asked to see Jeffries massive gun collection. He showed them, but all the weapons were obtained legally, the police and the f. b. i. left the farmhouse with no new intelligence. In fact, Alice, Rick. Call that quote, Jeffrey considered the fact that the f. b. I didn't know about the Avery's a direct confirmation of the fact that he could do anything you wanted and do it right under their noses and quote, Jeffries grandiose vision of himself was confirmed. He could even get away with murder. Nevertheless, he thought it would be a good idea to speed up the group's trek into the wilderness. He decided they would leave that day just before midnight on April eighteenth nineteen eighty nine, Jeffrey Lundgren and his followers left kirtland and started driving east that were now twenty four of them including the children. Jeffrey wasn't exactly sure where he wanted to go. But after a couple of days of driving, he saw motel called the Highlander in the Canadian valley of West Virginia, Jeffrey loved the movie, the Highlander and had based his origin story as a profit on it in order to rationalize the obvious similarities between the movie and his own. Ori- he claimed that God had given the screenwriters divine inspiration for the script. So clearly the location of this motel was a sign that Geoffrey was supposed to settle nearby on April twenty third nineteen Eighty-nine Jeffrey and his followers settled in a campsite surrounded by pine trees. It was public land and far from civilization, it was perfect. They set up their tents and even had electric from generator. They brought with them. Jeffrey had a TV and VCR set up in his tent Malar in the campsite. He brought a couple dozen tapes with them including a copy of the Highlander. Of course, on may third Jeffries birthday. He left the camp for a while telling his followers that he was hiking to the top of the nearest mountain to talk to God. When he returned a few hours later, he said that Jesus Christ had appeared to him in person. Jesus was apparently happy with the breweries murder and had increased Jeffries, pow. Hours, Jeffrey reported quote I have taken on Christ's name. I am not Jesus Christ, but because I have taken on the task that he commanded me to do, I can be like Jesus Christ, and he has given me the title of God of the whole earth and quote Jeffries followers were in awe. They were now in the presence of the divine jiffy continued teaching classes every night. And during the day, everyone would do chores and practice their understanding of chaos Mus, but one person couldn't shake what had happened to the Avery Dennis Patrick not to be confused with Dennis. Avery fell into a depression which frustrated both his wife Tanya and Jeffrey Tanya felt like Dennis was abandoning her while Jeffrey thought there was no need to be sad saying, quote, why would he be upset that the wicked had been destroyed unless he too was Under Satan's influence and quote, when Dennis still. Couldn't shake his depression. Jeffrey turned outright threats. One night in class. He asked the group quote, how long would it take Dennis to die? If I strapped him to a tree and shot him in the balls and quote, then Jeffrey took out his forty five and aimed at Dennis's crotch Dennis was forced to beg for his life. Jeffrey relented, but put Dennis under constant surveillance by the other men in the group. He also forbade Dennis to speak to his wife, Tanya and daughter, Molly, and had them move into his own family's tent, but Jeffrey still wasn't done. Punishing. Dennis at the beginning of may. Jeffrey told Tanya, Denis Smyth that he had feelings for her. Furthermore, he said he had consulted the scripture and found that Tanya was meant to be his second wife. Joseph Smith and other early Mormons in the eighteen hundreds practice polygamy, though the church finely banded in nineteen four, some fundamentalist Mormon groups still practice. Polygamy, though the practices legal in the United States at this point, Tanya thought that Geoffrey was a God, she was afraid of him, but also attracted to him despite her conflicted feelings or maybe because of them. She started sleeping with Jeffrey in secret, took about a month for Alice to figure out that Jeffrey was cheating on her when she confronted him. Jeffrey told her that God was punishing her for arguing with him. Now that Alice had found out Jeffrey announced to the group that Tanya was his second wife. He left out the fact that they had already been sleeping together. He also pointed his forty five at Dennis's head and then asked, do you have any problems with this Dennis? Dennis replied, no, sir. But a few days later when Jeffrey was supposed to officially consummate his relationship with Tania, he claimed that he couldn't become sexually aroused by her. He told everyone in the group that it was because Tanya was so unattractive. Active Jeffrey told Tanya to move out of the tent, although they remained married Geoffrey announced that she was to full of sin to be close to him. But Tanya came to a different conclusion later saying he was tired of me and wanted someone else even though Alice was being humiliated by Jeffrey. During this time, she remained his cheerleader in front of the group. She was abused by him, but in some ways, she seemed like a willing and eager participant in his plots. Oftentimes she even reinforced his leadership when others doubted him. She also began self medicating in different ways, both overeating and getting drunk almost every night. She began to gain weight rapidly. Cult members took detailed notes during Jeffries classes, and we can see Alice joining in at times a follower notes from July twenty. Second nineteen eighty nine quote alyssa's saying, it's my observation. You get into trouble when you start using your own thoughts. It's always ask, what would dad do? Remember the followers referred to Jeffrey as dad, an Alice as mom. Alice does seem to share some of Jeffries narcissism. According to professor Preston knee narcissists, hide their low self esteem under a grandiose outer shell. So while Alice on the one hand felt that she deserved his abuse on the other, she felt entitled to the status that she was accorded within the group as Jeffrey's wife.

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"preston knee" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"preston knee" Discussed on Female Criminals

"In our last episode we covered shiugead chows early years in her family's home village of shazad gong china just outside the city of tung chung in one thousand nine hundred five gin chow was devastated to learn that her father military leadership kong bean had been executed on the battlefield by soon thuan fong a notorious warlord to make matters worse twenty long publicly displayed kong beans severed head in a crowded train station june chow new immediately that chouan fung had to die for dishonoring her father for years jen chow tried to find a suitable male member of her family to execute soon tron fung on her behalf finally jin chao realized she would have to take matters into her own hands and on a rainy day in november nineteen thirty five twenty nine year old shoe gin chow walked into the buddhist society that soon schwann fung founded and shot him in the back of the head in front of a crowd of people immediately after the shooting jen chow distributed mimeographed copies of a poem she wrote a short statement of intent and a longer more detailed account of why she was justified in killing soon thuan fong with the police on their way gin chow surrendered to the janitor our last episode ended with her arrest today's episode will focus on shenzhen chows trial in the ensuing media circus as well as the final sentencing for her crime as jin chao was processed and take into her jail cell in the coastal city of chen jin word of her crime spread quickly she seemed relatively unbothered by what she saw as a temporary incarceration and said in interviews she was well fed and pass the time reading or writing poetry chinese prisons had been improved and modernized in the nineteen twenties and we're co ed but segregated by gender women were assigned tasks like sewing and weaving jin chow mostly kept to herself while she waited to walk away a free woman the only trial outcome she believed was just but jin chao was far from a typical inmate the day of her arrest she held her first press conference with the press hanging on her every word she tearfully explained why it was so important to distribute her writings in the labor to society after she shot soon schwank fung jentzsch ow told reporters quote because i thought soons coming and going would involve bodyguards and that it was not in the cards for me to survive my small pamphlets would make known my heart's intent even if i were to die and quote her manipulation of the press and of the public sympathy had begun in earnest but what nobody realized at the time was that the defense not only plan to argue their case in a court of law they were also going to try it in the court of public opinion and this press conference served as their opening remarks before we start to delve into gin chow psychology i just want to give a brief disclaimer vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show according to preston knees article published in psychology today a tactic sometimes used by the most cunning manipulators is manipulative victimhood by painting themselves as a victim the manipulator is able to exploited others sense of duty and obligation or protective and nurturing instinct in order to extract unreasonable benefits and concessions in this case jen chow acknowledged she committed a crime but painted herself as a victim many times over exactly she was first victimized when sean fung killed her father leaving her to take care of her mother and younger siblings and now she was being victimized a second time by facing serious prison time or even the death penalty if the prosecution sought it for doing what filial piety dictated she must avenging her father jen chow new the average news reader would identify with her loyalty which would make them more likely to feel sympathetic towards her rather than demand that she be punished if the public was on her side she.

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