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Tom Cotton Puts Spotlight on Biden Nominee

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:35 min | 11 months ago

Tom Cotton Puts Spotlight on Biden Nominee

"Back america. I'm hugh hewitt joined by the united states. Senator tom cotton from the state of arkansas arkansas than the top ten for the first time in my memory. Good morning senator. Congratulations on the razorbacks rides morning. Dear thank you. It's nice for you to be able to congratulate the razorbacks as opposed. Well celebrate the buckeyes victory at once in a while. We'll get there. Hey what's going on massachusetts this morning Hugh you're aware of this phenomenon. That i call the soros prosecutors george soros and other. Left-wing activists have helped elect radical pro criminal prosecutors across the country. Like larry crasner in philadelphia. Chase 'em bodine in san francisco. Another one is rachel. Rawlins in suffolk county. Raker rollins has now been nominated by joe biden to be the us attorney for massachusetts. This is a woman who was rule who has ruled an entire category of crimes as presumptively off limits for prosecution in less her Assistant da's seek higher supervisor approval and hugh. These are not crimes like jaywalking. I'm talking about breaking and entering malicious destruction of property roy trafficking drug trafficking including and. It's not surprising that over the last nearly three years took office that murder and crime has spiked in boston

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35 years ago, the city of Philadelphia dropped a bomb on its citizens. They are now ready to apologize.

Marketplace

03:50 min | 1 year ago

35 years ago, the city of Philadelphia dropped a bomb on its citizens. They are now ready to apologize.

"Mary Louise Kelly. 35. Years ago, a police helicopter dropped a bomb on a Philadelphia row house in a mostly black neighborhood. 11 people were killed. Five of them were Children. The bomb live on inferno that burned down more than 60 other houses, leaving hundreds of people homeless. This is now referred to as the move. Bombing move for the Black Liberation group by the same name was targeted. Last Thursday, the Philadelphia City Council passed a resolution that finally issues a formal apology. Philadelphia City Council member Jamie got to who represents the third district where the bombing occurred. Updraft the resolution and joins us now. Hey there! Welcome. Hi. So for those who maybe don't know, don't remember much about the bombing. Which you just briefly explain what what was move, and why was the city of Philadelphia so hostile to it? Yes. Move Woz, a black liberation group of back to nature group, and I think they were. They were different, right? Like many people in our society, and they were a group of black people who were different and who were very unapologetic about it. And I think over time, um, there developed Ah, Lot of friction between move. Andhra police in the city of Philadelphia. So You've got this apology through. Why is this important now? 35 years later, I think it's important because one no one was ever held accountable on been a real way for what happens with the move. Bombing, which was an atrocity is one of the only times in our country that Ah government bombed its home city. Its own citizens, Um There was no there was never a formal apology. That's something that was all also very striking to me. And so I was honored. Tonto work with the activists who really brought this the council to bring this about, And not only is this Not only that, I think this was important from a symbolic perspective. I also think it's important because we see echoes of what happened in the move Bombing in what we're seeing now between police and community and with the police violence that we've seen in the very same neighborhood. This is Russell. The neighborhood where Walter Wallace Jr was gunned down by police. Just that was just last month that police shooting Walter Wallace? Yes. Yeah, And I've seen you talk about how divisions between police and the community are, you know, not new, obviously. And until we actually reckon with them, their divisions and the problems we're going to keep on coming. Absolutely. I think that we can connect what happened to move with what we saw happen with well to Rawlins Jr. And I think what underlines both of these events and a lot of the police violence we see is racism and a lack of recognition of the humanity of black people in our in our neighborhoods on behalf of police, and until we confront what's at the core, I don't believe we'll be able to move forward. We just have a few seconds left. But along with the apology does this resolution also make some concrete amends to the generations of people impacted by the by the bombing? Well, along with this apology. The resolution establishes May 13th as an annual day of observation, reflection in and re commitment in Philadelphia to honor those that we lost on that day in 1985. And though that, um, can be seen as largely symbolic. I hope it will be the start of the listening and the conversations that we need to

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Boston - Suffolk DA Rollins Vacates Another 100 Drug Lab Convictions ‘Forever Tainted’ By Annie Dookhan

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Suffolk DA Rollins Vacates Another 100 Drug Lab Convictions ‘Forever Tainted’ By Annie Dookhan

"Suffolk D. A. Rachel Rollins files a motion to vacate 108 more drug convictions linked to disgrace drug lab chemist Annie to con Yukon formerly worked at the State Department of Public Health Drug of Abuse Lab and pleaded guilty to falsifying evidence impacting more than 30,000 cases. Rawlins, making the motion to vacate the convictions, which were not overturned by the Supreme Judicial courts, ruling in 2017, she says these cases there forever tainted by Dickens conduct even if the drug convictions were obtained without her direct involvement.

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Everything we know now about the Boeing 737 Max disaster

The Big Story

10:24 min | 2 years ago

Everything we know now about the Boeing 737 Max disaster

"Nearly a year. Since a second Boeing seven thirty-seven Max airplane fell from the sky by that crash. Killed One hundred and fifty seven people and it revealed that the first crash which killed one hundred and eighty nine people. A few months earlier was more an accident. There photos haunt a hearing room. The lost their families reminding us. Legislators that two two Boeing crashes were not random accidents they were preventable. The country's transportation minister telling reporters preliminary data shows clear similarity. Ready to the lion. Air Max a crash. Indonesia in October and the days following that crashed the new seven thirty seven Max. Planes were grounded faster in in some countries than in others but eventually around the globe and the search for answers began at first that investigation was expected to take a a few months and the planes to be fixed and back in the air by September ban. We learned more and that target shifted to the holidays today at the end of January. The planes are still grounded and they may return perhaps this summer if they do. Will anyone trust. Because in the meantime we've learned some really disturbing facts about how new models of airplanes are tested and certified or not and how candidate relies on the United States to do much of that testing for them and how even the United States often relies on the airplane manufacturers to regulate themselves. So we now have a much clearer picture of exactly. The system broke down so uh-huh Forum and we know perhaps how easily it might have been prevented Jordan Rawlins. This is the big story. Grant Robertson has an investigative reporter at the globe in Mail who has followed this story for for the better part of a year. Now I granted I before we get into everything. That's come since disasters. Why don't you give us a picture? Picture of the airline industry. What was the Boeing seven? Three seven Max when it debuted well. That's a great question. It's a great place to start. Because when the Boeing seven thirty seven Max ax debuted. It was Boeing's Next Great Hope Ford Lineup of aircraft You have to take the story back to twenty eleven and and that's when Boeing's main competitor Airbus in Europe they're like the The you know the Honda versus Toyota Airline Industry Airbus came up with the new plane. The a three twenty A new version of the three twenty. That was more fuel-efficient had more range and And the airlines really liked that they could cut their fuel. You'll budgets fuel is one of the biggest expenditures for an airline. And so that really put Boeing on its heels. Boeing had to have an answer to that so they got to work kind of new seven thirty seven and they wanted it to match the fuel efficiency of the three twenty or be better and so they came up with the Max and they had to reconfigure certain parts of the Max Certain parts of the seven thirty seven to create the Max and when it debuted in two thousand seventeen it was Boeing's bestselling plane ever because airlines thought. Great we've got a new seven thirty seven. We don't have to train our pilots. It's on a different plane. Now right we already fly. Seven thirty sevens so this is a newer better version of it. This is exactly what we wanted so now explain how it all went wrong. So last March the second seven thirty seven Max in the span of a few months went down. That's right what happens then so the second crash of the seven thirty seven. Max took place on March tenth. That really changed everything around the Max because it was is the second crash in under five months for a brand new plane and what he did was it made the Max. The deadliest plane The deadliest commercial solaire liner designed in many many different ways statistically casualties and I forty eight months of a plane right. It had the highest casualties compared the flight hours it was one of the highest I think only surpassed by the Concord. But the Concorde was an unfair comparison because the concord hadn't flown that much right and so oh it every statistical measure that second crash. Put the Max off the charts and what it also did was it really hammered home. The point that at the first Max crash which took place in late twenty eighteen October two thousand eighteen five months earlier there. was maybe a pattern there. When that first crash happened it was originally originally blamed by Boeing on highland air and they had insinuated that these were foreign pilots that may not be up to the standards of pilots around the world? People didn't accept it but that seemed to have been the storyline out of that first crash. Second crash happens people start asking a lot tougher questions. What answers Thursday they get to those questions some very disturbing ones the Max was based on a tweak to the original seven thirty seven design nine? Now let's just a quick walk through history on the seven thirty seven designed in the nineteen sixties. It is the workhorse of the airline industry. It's the you you know it's it's the Honda civic of the the airline industry. If you've flown on a plane you'd be hard pressed to maybe not You've flown on a seven thirty seven at some point in life it is everywhere and the reason it is because it's it's a great continental plane for going across across North America if Fleiss throughout Europe up and it was designed originally lower to the ground so back in the nineteen sixties we didn't board planes through Through the ramps that they have now the steps at the steps and and the plane was lowered to the ground and the the staircase unfolded from the plane. And so what they did was they. Designed this heaven Thirty thirty seven a bit lower to the ground so you could load luggage on and off easier faster people could get on and off it more efficiently. The airlines like this at the time time throughout time that became irrelevant. Because now we board through ramps and it's much more efficient but the the design of the plane never changed. They just kept updating it and tweaking we can get over the years as battery technology. Came out you still have the same body of the plane so they come up with more fuel-efficient engines for bigger the engines. But these have to be mounted differently on the wing and they have to move them up and forward on the wing to get ground clearance things like that that and what that does it changes the way the Max flies it in some situations would caused the plane to lift. Its nose to pitch up right can picture. Yeah and and so what they did as a solution for that is they put software in the plane that would when that would happen Because when you pit shop you risk something called Aerodynamic dynamic stall basically what that is you lose the the the air around the wing the force that lifts the wings up you know if we remember our physics physics classes. This is from high school. We don't exactly. Yeah you lose lift around the wing. So so the design this software to push the The the plane the knows the plane back down again. They thought that was the fix right. Originally after the first class crash people started asking questions about that. Is this to blame. After the second crash crash became very clear that this was the issue. That's when the seven three seven maxes were taken out of service correct. How did that process happen in the weeks? Nine months after because this is where I think people who followed the tragedy at the time and remember the planes being pulled start to to lose the day to day coverage of it but there was a lot going on over the months after that after the second crash yes so after the first go back to the first crash after the first crash questions are being Asked about this software that they've built into the plane called the M. S. people might have heard the word the CA- It's the acronym for it. So they thought we can just right and easy software patch for this and we can change the way we are instructions to pilots. And how the how the plane flies and everything will be okay. The second come crash happens. what we find out is the case is much more powerful than Boeing had lead on than the FAA new then Transport Canada. A new. You know it's it's It's a bigger problem than anybody expected. Countries around the world in the first day and and second day after the after the second crash began to ground the plane saying we have enough of a concern and we have enough preliminary data that this. This plane is a problem. This is a pilot or this is something much much worse right so it begins with China is the first company country underground massive airline industry there And then it starts to cascade through Europe countries saying safety first. Let's ground the outliers in that debate. Start to become Canada and the US now what we know in the months since then is that transport Canada's first reaction after that second crash was to wait to see what the Americans weren't we're going to do they wanted to hear what Boeing's opinions were. They wanted to wait to see what the American authorities were going to do. Canada waited. They didn't act on the first set of data that everybody had and they ended up grounding the plane almost four days later for a few hours before the Americans but essentially at the end of it candidate in the US where the last two countries to to make that move Which I think surprised a lot of people some of the stuff that you've reported as kind of opened my eyes at least to the relationship between the FAA in the United States and transport? Canada Canada. How does that process work for diagnosing? I guess for lack of a better word problems like

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Saudi Aramco inks deal with India's Reliance Industries

FT News

11:46 min | 3 years ago

Saudi Aramco inks deal with India's Reliance Industries

"Saudi arabia is making a high stakes investment in india's. The world's largest crude oil exporter seeks is to deepen its ties with the fastest growing energy consumer. The saudi state energy giant plans to take a twenty percent stake in reliance industries refining and petrochemicals business valuing the businesses seventy five billion dollars he was to discuss the deal is angry rebel. They're not senior energy correspondent down the line rejoined oil mumbai correspondent benjamin parkyn so then what are the terms of the deal and how favorable are they reliance well aramco is going to take a twenty cent stake in realizes oil and in petrochemicals business which valued at seventy five billion dollars including debt so that means we'll get about fifteen billion dollars which is a huge sum and one of the largest foreign investments ever in india in addition reliance will obviously get access to saudi arabia's enormous oil reserves cbs. You'll get access to aramco's technology which will help to make it's refunding operation most sophisticated and so on and it will get access to around close was management expertise and aramco will appoint some managerial positions within the new unit there for me however the deal isn't finalized finalized yet and they're all details to resolve realizes channel mckay shabani initially announced it in a very confident fashion at their annual general meeting meeting but aramco went onto a little bit of cold water on that by saying that it was still a relatively early stage however ryan so confident that it's just a matter of time crime until they concluded and what's the appeal of the indian market for saudi aramco around the foreign oil and gas majors increase investments in the country to well b._p. And reliance lines recently entered into a deal to form a network of petrol stations and aviation fuels business so clearly oil and gas majors are interested in india and for a good reason because it's the foss granted you consumer in the world and it is among the fastest growing larger economies you know there are literally tens of millions of people people and even hundreds of millions of people in some cases entering these new markets as consumers for the first time so whether it's driving causal the most cycles flying in planes buying and switching on t._v.'s getting connected to the electric grid and no other country in the world bar i guess us china can claim anything like that so with dimond lagging in other parts of the world india is very very important for aramco and other big oil and gas companies reliance particularly important for aramco well reliance <unk> has one of the world's largest and most fisted refining operations they state of the art complex in gujarat on india's west coast i but crucially reliance also has a strong presence throughout india and across regions and sectors that few others can claim seem to have a presence so it has an incredible research among indian consumers and in addition to its oil and chemical business this it has to very fast growing revenue businesses in retail reliance retail and in digital services called gio and now it's not obvious obvious how these could help a company like aramco or b._p. But there are lots of opportunities and reliance executives have talked about that so gio has three hundred forty million mobile customers which is equivalent or larger than the population of the u._s. So it's a huge is base of people and gio creates kind of loyalty scheme whereby its customers have an incentive to refuel at a specific petrol station and network or whatever it is or realize of land on which aramco could build if they need to which would massively speed up. What's otherwise is a time consuming and painful bureaucratic process. What will relies use the investment ford. One crucial thing is to pay down its debt so so realizes come under an increasing amount of scrutiny for its growing debt pile precisely because it spent a huge amount of money in order to build up this digital gio business us almost from scratch in some senses ties and that debt of around twenty billion out of the end of the most recent financial year which is much larger than what i had a few years years ago so this has concerned some investors and holidays to downgraded the radio net stock so alongside side the aramco deal reliance announced that does zero company by twenty twenty one and the roughly fifty billion dollars is going to get is gonna make a huge difference to that needless to say but reliance is adamant that the deal is not about paying down debt. It's a strategic partnership and it's part of a broader vision that involves loves bringing on mopeds no just in the oil business but across the company in order to sort of shake up the way its run and its management structure and how will it's digital and retail business with its oil and chemicals operation the retail and digital businesses current account for around thirty percent of eba but reliance wants to increase that share to around half now. This is all part of a quite an ambitious strategy to go from being a business that refined oil and makes wchs petrochemicals to a consumer facing giant that will provide you with everything from mobile phones to your t._v. Service to clothes to to food on multiple now notice to do this. The company plans to restructuring quite a significant so wants to separate the oil and chemical unit then twitch around investing into a separate entity within five years and may listed it also wants to list raced gio and reliance retail over similar timeframe so in five years time reliance will look very different and you know something more akin to a holding company will do succeed in winning regulatory approval rawlins's confident that it will it will be closed by march next year yea twenty twenty but as i said the terms still have to be finalized with aramco who relevant more hesitant in their own statements turning to you how does this deal fitting with aramco's overall strategy so saudi aramco has made huge efforts over the last few years to expand abroad and this is mainly through asia and false growing emerging economies and it struck huge number refinery partnerships across asia from korea korea announced india. The plan is always to lock in future sales of crude. It's a measure of security for the world's biggest oil exporter exporter to be able to do this. The point is also that it wants to secure these markets where demand is still growing quite quickly. Particularly as consumption elsewhere begins to weaken and over time beginning c mo remove this particularly with big global push towards cleaner gina fuels and so this is part of their overall strategy tools diversification so diversification but in a slightly different sense the kingdom and muhammad had bin salman the crown prince of saudi arabia has actually talked about moving the country's economy beyond oil but if it wants to do that it needs to have a steady stream of cash coming from its existing oil and gas businesses in order to fund all the new stuff and create saudi arabia two point. Oh so whether it be in technology or tourism mining all these other sectors that saudi arabia wishes it could it will be an expert in at some point but it has to leverage its know-how in order to do that. You mentioned the saudi arabia's efforts to diversify away from fossil fuels away from dirty sources. She's a fantasy. Where is it that with particular process so the kingdom's diverse vacation of its economy is largely to do with securing its future future government revenues and it's extremely early stages. They've tried to invest in a huge number of technology companies abroad these very fast growing foreign companies in some ways but actually not generating the kinds of revenues traditional oil and gas businesses can deliver so it's very tricky will also happened as they've been trying to embark walk upon this big plan led by the very powerful and quite impatient crown prince is that they have had a series of political crises from the killing of journalist jamaica shoji and what the has done is created this sort of wave international censure and stops the country okay from getting these funds from abroad that really needed to help diversify the country's economy but this is another reason why they've turned to india india has been <hes> with open arms and is really willing to legitimize and give saudi arabia that ranking as a global investment went powerhouse with a deal like this and also because india's economy still heavily reliant on polluting fossil fuels so we'll aramco's technical no hair that they've they seem offered as part of this deal helping to cut back on the pollutants the so damaging to the health of the population why would say at this stage. The answer is probably no do india has got one of the most aggressive renewables programs out there but the demand is growing so quickly that they need more of everything everything whether it be oil gas coal even as well as newer forms of energy clean like solar so india is probably googly looking to saudi arabia to ensure that indian energy security is firmly in place and this remember comes a time when oil all supplies from countries such as iran or venezuela have really been disrupted. It's obviously a private company reliance but there is a broader context in which this deal is happening. You mentioned the the fall of supply from venezuela and iran in terms of the amount of oil. Were talking about as part of this steal. Will this offset the loss of those imports for india from around because of the u._s. sanctions. So what we've already seen is that some countries such as saudi arabia and iraq have tried to replace runyon barrels not just in india but other countries too and the thinking here is for reliance that they will end end up securing forty percent of the amount of oil that they need from saudi aramco itself but they're still will be other suppliers out there and eventually how how confident the saudi aramco the still will go through saudi aramco has said that india's massive strategic priority for the company and the country but the chief financial of did say on the company's first ever earnings call that the deal was still at a very early stage due do you diligence was still required over the next four months or say and board approval was still require it so they really were trying to as bensaid waterdown how far hour-long the steel had gone to but would save very senior. Officials in saudi arabia and also in india definitely would have had to sign off on this to even get to this point.

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"rawlins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Though single. No, that's. You can't go team. Pink. No, you can't not dance to that song before, you know, your little triangle is going around. Okay. I'm sorry. What was going on? Obviously. Okay. By the way, Donnie posted the trillion and come back to the paramount network till nineteen but having just watched the highway man last week with Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson and Yellowstone is Kevin Costner's teams. Right. Yes. We saw a trailer. Do you know that was Yellowstone that was like the most watched cable series behind the Walking Dead and? No, it was the most watched cable series less. You're behind the Walking Dead. I sat on the channel paramount, isn't that was done most watch. But the fact that you know, it was the most watch of all the cable paramount. Yes. No, that's. Shows you how deluded TV as being. Rawlins's for right now, the last show on the horizon that we're all going to watch together and real time game of thrones. People of all ages. Everyone is. Little is is going to happen when that happens. But it does it's not the same. It's not because you have got men women. I mean, it's all generate als, you know, sizes wise as whatever. And the wise is are always interested anyway. But I love we love that Ellison. And it was sexy, and it was good. Yeah. Dropped out there. Just sometimes, you know, I know. Yeah. James high school Dr. Don't forget that. I won't. On Sunday night. What's happened to me though? I went back and watched keeping Bertha kardashian's. So you've never watched it for the first time, and you were totally sucked in because it was fun to go to Palm Springs. Honestly, the cars the lips the clothes the clothes that we already had this conversation. I washed it yet. I watched it. What did or washed washed it for these worst? My no look at me and talk to me and stop throwing away papers and reading and focus on the wonder of Lereah. I'm going to be gone. And you're gonna miss me. I know you're gonna miss me. Bruce Springsteen's unused Harry Potter sang. That's finally found a home in a movie. Yes, it's unreleased ballad called all stand by you, always which has been added to the end credits of a movie that doesn't come out yet. But it's by the guy who did bend it like Beckham, it's called blinded by the light. I know and it's based on a memoir, but called greens from very park and spring seed wrote read this book is about this about his teenage years is a Pakistani boy in a small British town. And he's and he's letting them use fifteen signs of his. Wow. That's okay. Let's listen..

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"rawlins" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You get to the I seventy intersection with I fifteen you're going to start running into snow flurries. Now, the higher elevations are getting snow pretty steady right now. So far, it's just a general snow anywhere from two to four four to six inches expected around Salt Lake City, and if you're going up east on I eighty into Wyoming tonight, or if you're coming west out of Nebraska, and you haven't gotten past north Platte tonight, you're going to be into some snow now that'll start out as snow flurries. There may even be some rain and freezing rain or sleet in it. As the temperature starts to drop. But there is a winter storm warning all the way from Rawlins Wyoming to about Laremy, and certainly over to casper, Wyoming. They're going to be talking about one to two to three feet of snow. Over the next day or two with wins. There's high winds and while we're just too and up in Montana. Again, if you're going up by fifteen in Montana, you are going to find snow in higher elevations and elsewhere below five thousand feet, you might find some rain to contend with. So be advised about that. And I eighty four it looks like if there may be a rain they're going across Idaho tonight, but Montana, Scott, some patches, rain, north east and central Montana, and in the higher elevations bozeman in particular. You've got a winter storm warning around us air, you've got snow showers right now developing around you as well I in North Dakota. You got in the southeastern one third of North Dakota. You got rain actually, it's a little bit west of Fargo going towards Bismarck. You've also got scattered showers from my not down to Fargo western part of Minnesota tonight. We've got scattered showers down to Fargo as well and scattered showers and South Dakota, predominantly over towards the eastern part of the state again, Nebraska, you've got some rain out west, which is going to change and become a snow, sleet or freezing rain, and then snow, and you've got snow flurries headed in the if not already they're headed into the north Platte area along I eighty now gone down to Colorado tonight. We've got some fire threats. We got a a fire warning advisory for the south eastern part of Colorado tonight because of the winds that are blowing and the dry. Nature of the land is right there in that area. And in north eastern New Mexico, we've got eight high wind warning as well as the western part of Texas around Lubbock and Amarillo you've got some some gusty winds. They're more rain over to the east scattered in parts of south central Wisconsin. Scattered around Illinois scattered around Iowa, mostly the central part, scattered in central Missouri. Looks like Columbia might have some reindeer tonight. And then down along the Mississippi River all the way down towards Louisiana, scattered showers. You gotta go over to Indiana to find some more rain mostly in northern Indiana. And in western Ohio over around Toledo just a little bit west of Toledo looks like you get some rain there as well. Now in Florida tonight eastern, part of Florida, we do have some wins. And we'd looks like we've got some riptides over.

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"And even state that we that we're pretty convinced of even states that he's convinced that there are other victims out there that are not even tied to Royal Russell long and regarding where the bodies could be regarding these victims, I have a quote from the prosecutor says that he truly believes that he thinks that he could show you that the bodies are likely within forty five miles of where they sit right now. And I don't know where he was sitting when he said that, but he states that he believes that they would have been an rat holes. And this comes from a statement of a fellow inmate that served time with Royal Russell long now long was a trained meat cutter. And I guess he told according to this inmate told us inmate if you cut the bodies up small enough. And shove them down a rat hole. No one will ever find them. And the prosecutor goes on to say that he believes it within forty five miles of wherever they were you could probably find all of those bodies. We know that we know that long worked for some time delivering equipment to drill rigs in the area. Right. And he believes that if there were if there were time in the proper resources to do so upon further investigation. You know, they would find these bodies eventually in these rat holes the problem with that is as he points out in this article is there's tens of thousands of them in that area where long worked and over the years. We have changing, you know, we have changing landscapes overgrown grass things of that nature that makes it only harder and harder. And as the time passes. Unfortunately, I don't think we're going to find these remains and the other sad thing too. Is it seems to be a good lack of information regarding these missing girls that you might not be able to tie remains. Should you find some next week next year ten years from now to these actual victims? We have cases where we don't have information regarding what items they had on them. You know, what were they wearing? Did they have jewelry we have a lack of dental records? And in fact, one of the cases where they. Found the body. They outwardly say we connected. This girl was missing for nine years. Can you imagine the state of the body by the time they found it only to be told that we we matched this to her through a partial dental record? I would love to know the specifics of what that partial dental record was to match it to that girl. And I don't say that to to to sound doom and gloom here, but to actually match it was could it have been somebody else. Right. And could in fact, her body be disposed of in similar manner to the her friend that was with her that has never been found to this day. Well, that's one of things with law enforcement and crimes in general as we get into the future is technology. More surveillance more DNA, touchy a lot more testing that we can do. And then also just as. As medical records. What they're collecting from people before, you know, before God forbid, something happens to somebody. But there's a lot more records now. So lease. I think going into the future we're going to look back on the seventies. Especially the late sixties in the seventies and think, wow, man, that was very primitive. I mean, if we didn't get fingerprint or not solving cases. So I think as far as you know, that's a good thing. As far as Vance man Technologie. Well, and I do want to give a kudos a might take my hat off to the parents of the missing that stayed involved in kept their cases alive. We saw a very big contrast between some of these victims here where some of the victims have no information at all about them or about their disappearance. And then others where there is more of a wealth of information. Right. And I don't mean to. Mean that in a negative way towards the cases where we don't have any information towards those parents, maybe they didn't know how to do certain things how to keep the case in the public's eye. Plus, we're also talking about small town America or have the means or today have a job that let him take not only not only that. What about the what about the resources within those towns where they're from?.

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Well. No, he he he. Yeah. He's creating the opportunity because he's going to these events. I mean, look that's a clever idea still somebody else's name badge. I mean, and he might not have stole it. So that the boys Saul that, but he might stole it to get access into like the fair. And so and specially back then you're talking about a time where there's just less security, those, you know, people kind of turn the. There's less surveillance being record. And you know, there's less means of doing so and I want to throw something out here though, as I go through this. But I think to me it's very obvious. I agree with you one hundred percent the last four abductions he's got to be responsible for all four those even though not convicted in court for two of them as convicted in the core of the garage. That's right. Use us. Are we sent in its you? Your piece of shit wrapped in a piece of shit. Well, and then we have the issue of the four missing girls from just a seven week time period in nineteen seventy four Rollins, Wyoming where I think that you could probably make him your prime suspect in at least three out of those four. I'm with you with the Deborah case. I think that the problem I have there is yes, he's in the area for all four of those. And that makes it difficult to rule amount. And I wouldn't rule them out for all four of them. However would Denver's case I'm just so frustrated at the lack of information regarding that I think that there's any number of possibilities that could have happened. And I think that we're we're really left guessing on that one. So I kind of tossed that one out and save it for later day and hope and pray that somebody provide some more information in that case, at least that's a lead. You know? That's pretty amazing. There's nothing on that case. But hey, guess what we offered you up lead? Here's a. To look at well. And while we're tossing some things out. I should also point out that some people think that the infamous Ted Bundy might have been involved in some of these cases, this would have been the nineteen seventy four cases as we all know Bundy was a rapist kidnapper and serial killer who assaulted in murdered many young women and girls during the nineteen seventies. And these some of the states that he was active include Utah and Colorado among other states, and he confessed as we know shortly before his execution to possibly thirty homicides between nineteen seventy four nineteen seventy eight the true, total remains unknown could even be higher as far as we know. But the interesting thing here is what is between Colorado and Utah when we have interstate eighty and we have Rawlins Wyoming now bunny has never officially been tied to any of the missing Rawlins girls, but also something to take into consideration while as we're talking about that dick bag shit. Because the the Bundy tapes were released as as far as net flicks. And I think it was put together. Well, I think they they miss some stuff pretty long for Cam. They could have done a little bit better job there. But now you got this new movie where Zach half for on which I have no problem with him. He's just doing his job being actor. Here's what I'm worried about. And this is Ana little soapbox. So gimme about forty five seconds based on the trailers though there. It's almost like they're glamorizing it, and that's what I'm afraid of. I think people are gonna walk out of that movie. And and really think oh man this guy was like some kind of rockstar. He wasn't. He was dick bag of of shit is what he was. And so when you're watching this movie, and they're paying him with these rose, pedal classes, remember? That he had sex with dead bodies. Yeah. So, you know, I I don't know. I every time see the trailer for that movie. And I was excited that it was coming out because I'm a true crime fan. But to not listen glamorize it, and I hope that's not what happens. I hope people watch it and say, hey, that's not what they did. But that's drection. The trailer makes it seem they they make it seem like it's a mix between a serial killer movie and fifty shades of grey. Well, it's going to be fifty shades of shit..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Are we sent in its you? Your piece of shit wrapped in a piece of shit. Well, and then we have the issue of the four missing girls from just a seven week time period in nineteen seventy four Rollins, Wyoming where I think that you could probably make him your prime suspect in at least three out of those four. I'm with you with the Deborah case. I think that the problem I have there is yes, he's in the area for all four of those. And that makes it difficult to rule amount. And I wouldn't rule them out for all four of them. However would Denver's case I'm just so frustrated at the lack of information regarding that I think that there's any number of possibilities could have happened. And I think that we're we're really left guessing on that one. So I kind of tossed that one out and save it for later day and hope and pray that somebody provide some more information in that case, at least that's a lead. You know? That's pretty amazing. There's nothing on that case. But hey, guess what we offered you up lead? Here's a. To look at well. And while we're tossing some things out. I should also point out that some people think that the infamous Ted Bundy might have been involved in some of these cases, this would have been the nineteen seventy four cases as we all know Bundy was a rapist kidnapper and serial killer who assaulted and murdered many young women and girls during the nineteen seventies. And these some of the states that he was active include Utah and Colorado among other states, and he confessed as we know shortly before his execution to possibly thirty homicides between nineteen seventy four nineteen seventy eight the true, total remains unknown could even be higher as far as we know. But the interesting thing here is what is between Colorado and Utah when we have interstate eighty and we have Rawlins Wyoming now bunny has never officially been tied to any of the missing Rawlins girls, but also something to take into consideration while as we're talking about that dick bag shit. Because the the Bundy tapes were released as as far as net flicks. And I think it was put together. Well, I think they they miss some stuff is pretty long for Cam. They coulda done a little bit better job there. But now you got this new movie where Zach half for on which I have no problem with him. He's just doing his job being actor. Here's what I'm worried about. And this is Ana little soapbox. So give me about forty five seconds based on the trailers though there. It's almost like they're glamorizing it, and that's what I'm afraid of. I think people are gonna walk out of that movie. And and really think oh man this guy was like some kind of rockstar. He wasn't. He was dick bag of of shit is what he was. And so when you're watching this movie and they're paying him with these rose pedal glasses, remember? That he had sex with dead bodies. Yeah. So, you know, I I don't know. I every time I see the trailer for that movie. And I was excited that it was coming out because I'm a true crime fan. But to not listen glamorize it, and I hope that's not what happens. I hope people watch it and say, hey, that's not what they did. But that's the direction the trailer makes it seem they they make it seem like it's a mix between a serial killer movie and fifty shades of grey. Well, it's to be fifty shades of shit..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"And and. Within three dead people there. I mean, there's three dead victims here. They've never surfaced. There's that day. Yeah. Yeah. So that leaves the four that took place within a seven week time period and Rawlins Wyoming. Now, we know that he was roughly in the area at that time three of the abductions have one thing in common. They all took place at a rodeo. Yeah. And we have Royal Russell long who was known to frequent rodeos. He was also known to have worked at fairgrounds may had a truck with a camper on it. Cow camper cowboy camper, they they calm creeper campers. Because I mean, the I mean, you wanna talk you wanna talk about stepping up the game ban the van ban the creeper camper 'cause there's maybe nothing creepy are those are more creepy or then the creep vans. Well, one thing I should point out here in is that you own one of is that where there's not a lot of information, especially on these earlier victims. There's also not a ton of information on Royal Russell long himself. Now, what I was able to find what images I was able to find him seems to be like this guy was switching vehicles awful lot throughout his adult life and right because it's always a big red flag. Right. Once murdered somebody and blood gets everywhere. You have to sell the vehicle or if you if you believe that there may have been a witness. Innis to senior vehicle. Are you got to change the color of it? You gotta change the plates. You got to get rid of the vehicle. Switch to different won all kinds of things that he would have been doing. Should he have been responsible for all eight of these now as far as the to the Rawlings rodeo and the other rodeo, I'm gonna say he's my number one suspect in those? I agree. Prime suspect. Nineteen year olds. They were at the rodeo, you know, but what I mean by the nineteen is maybe. Old as far as his victim profiled goes older. But it's still in that range. I think so he's my number one suspect in those and other rodeo case, the I'm forgetting her name Baker Baker or banker I'm sorry. The the young girl the fourteen year old girl, the one that walked by herself. That's not at a rodeo. Yes. He's in the area. But there's a lot of creeps out there. Yeah. You're referring to Deborah Myers case. Yes. Sorry. Deborah Myers case fourteen years old. That's the only one that. I wanna have him be my number one suspect in I feel that he's guilty of murdering the first girl murdering the two that we have eye-witnesses for. And then every all the other cases number one suspect. If you're looking for an answer, that's probably your answer. But as far as the Deborah case, I it's just there's no there's no information on her. There's no information on him. We have no clue if he's in the area, you know, and it's not at a rodeo or fairgrounds. And I think that was his and. Yeah. And and I wanna be surprised if there's other cases and surrounding areas that have other state fairs that there's missing people that he might be connected to well. He was a truck driver for some point in his life as well. Which adds a whole nother set of problem. You know, how far was he traveling? How often was he traveling? And if he was simply an obser-, opportunistic serial killer, right? I don't think that it needs. He needs much pushing to find an opportunity to snatch somebody. Well. No, he he he. Yeah. He's creating the opportunity because he's going to these events. I mean, I'm look that's a clever idea still somebody else's name badge. I mean, and he might not have stole it. So that the boys Saul that, but he might stole it to get access into like the fair. And so and specially back then you're talking about a time where there's just less security, those, you know, people kinda turned into. Well, there's less surveillance being record. And you know, there's less means of doing so and I wanna throw something out here though, as I go through this. But I think to me it's very obvious. I agree with you one hundred percent the last four abductions. He's gotta be responsible for all four of those even though not convicted in court for two of them as kid victims in the core of the garage. That's right. Use us..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"And it was later proven to be true and backed up even though it didn't work in the court of law. Right. I think that as long as you believe those two boys, and we already know what he's capable of long because he confessed to to objections rent sexual assaults already. I think that that's an easy. No brainer that out of these eight objections. He's responsible for four of them. And and. Within three dead people there. I mean, there's three dead victims here. They've never surfaced. There's that day. Yeah. Yeah. So that leaves the four that took place within a seven week time period and Rawlins Wyoming. Now, we know that he was roughly in the area at that time three of the abductions have one thing in common. They all took place at a rodeo. Yeah. And we have Royal Russell long who was known to frequent rodeos. He was also known to have worked at fairgrounds. I mean, he had a truck with a camper on it. Cow camper cowboy camper, they they call him creeper campers because I mean, I mean, you wanna talk you wanna talk about stepping up the game ban the van ban the creeper camper 'cause there's maybe nothing creepy are those are more creepy or then the creep vans. Well, one thing I should point out here in is that you own one is that where there's not a lot of information, especially on these earlier victims. There's also not a ton of information on Royal Russell long himself. Now, what I was able to find what images I was able to find him seems to be like this guy was switching vehicles awful lot throughout his adult life and right because it's always a big red flag. Right. Once murdered somebody and blood gets everywhere. You have to sell the vehicle or if you if you believe that there may have been a win. Nece to senior vehicle you got to change the color of it. You gotta change the plates. You got to get rid of the vehicle. Switch to different won all kinds of things that he would have been doing. Should he have been responsible for all eight of these now as far as that to the the Rawlings rodeo and the other rodeo, I'm gonna say he's my number one suspect in those I agree. Prime suspect. Nineteen year olds. They were at the rodeo, you know, no. But what I mean by the nineteen is maybe. Old as far as his victim pro file goes older. But it's still in that range. I think so he's my number one suspect in those I and the other rodeo case, the I'm forgetting her name Baker Baker or banker I'm sorry. The the young girl the fourteen year old girl, the one that walked by herself. That's not at a rodeo. Yes. He's in the area. But there's a lot of creeps out there. Yeah. You're referring to Deborah Myers case. Yes. Sorry. Deborah Myers case fourteen years old. That's the only one that. I wanna have him be my number one suspect in I feel that he's guilty of murder in the first girl murdering the two that we have eye-witnesses for. And then every all the other cases number one suspect. If you're looking for an answer, that's probably your answer. But as far as the Deborah case, I it's just there's no there's no information on her. There's no information on him. We have no clue if he's in the area, you know, and it's not at a rodeo or fairgrounds. And I think that was his and. Yeah. And and I wanna be surprised if there's other cases and surrounding areas that have other state fairs that there's missing people that he might be connected to well. He was a truck driver for some point in his life as well. Which adds a whole nother set of problem. You know, how far was he traveling? How often was he traveling? And if he was simply obser-, opportunistic serial killer, right? I don't think that it needs. He needs much pushing to find an opportunity to snatch somebody..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"All right. She is made a very cold chilly. Cheers. That you have to cold front has hit the mid west everybody. Bring your animals inside. Don't leave your pets. Too long. It is free. I lost a finger. We were just outside the garage. I've now down to nine fingers eight good ones. Good ones. That's right. Yes. A funky finger. So captain, I'm gonna Pat myself on the back here. I think I did a fairly good job of laying out the facts of these missing persons cases, we have eight objections. We have two bodies that are found. We have five girls that are never seen. Again. No remains to this day have been found, and we have one brave girl who gets away. And at the center of this seems to be this potential serial killer who he could be potentially responsible for all of these cases. He also could be responsible for cases, we are unaware of right? But he he's dead. Yes. Died in prison. He died of an apparent heart attack in prison. This was in nineteen ninety three. So whatever secrets he was keeping he kept. He still has them. We will not know what he may have confessed to later in life or what they would be able to get him to. You know, confessed anything's or offer evidence as a what could have happened to any of these girls. Well, I'm I'm gonna say something and we go back and forth on the death penalty. Right. And no matter what you say about it. Either way you're going to get hate mail. But the one nice thing about having the death penalty is that if that is on the table that sometimes can get people to confess to other crimes therefore having answers to other crimes. Right. And so that is a part of it that I do like about it. But the part where that you know, and has sent people die on death row because our Justice system got it wrong. I don't like at. All right. There's there's problems both ways. Yeah. Yeah. So, but yeah, this this one's difficult because he had no he was he had to life sentence. Nces? Yes. And so there's no negotiating he had no reason to come forward and say, hey, you know, what I did these other crimes, and I'm responsible specially when there aren't bodies found. Right. And it's like, why would he? Omit to any of these stains. But now, obviously we have the two that he's convicted of now we didn't find her body. He's not convicted of murder, but let's go ahead and say, he's pieces shit and guilty of that. Agreed. And then as far as the other two in Oklahoma that he was tried for and they basically tossed out all the evidence, which again that doesn't make sense to me. But I'm gonna go ahead and say there's enough evidence in my eyes and the and the the jury is out as far as garage, Jerry your piece of shit, not once but twice in that case. So you a to me he's responsible for those murders. We have enough evidence. I think to convict him will before you move on from those two the two girls thirteen year olds in Oklahoma. I think that really all we have to state here is if you if you believe the two boys. The two eye-witnesses who I think very good information to investigators..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"On September eighteenth nineteen Eighty-four two young girls left their homes in South Dakota. The next day the two were in the area of casper, Wyoming. This is twelve year old Sharon, bald eagle from eagle Butte and her fifteen year old friend from hot springs and casper. They are hitchhiking looking for a ride when they are picked up by Royal Russell long and take into his home in Evansville, Wyoming. There he feeds them a meal and after he offers them one hundred dollars for sex. Both of the girls were fuse. Well, that doesn't seem to work for Royal. Because he then pulls out a gun and ties both of the girls up after a while the fifteen year old girl manages to break free. She flees the house and runs to the neighbor's home. When the police arrived at the home long and bald eagle were both gone. Twelve year old. Sharon, bald eagle was reported to have with her a red bag, and she was wearing a black yellowish tiger striped top and black shoes will not only are the police looking for the little girl. They're looking for Royal Russell long as well. Long is reported to be an early eighties. Beige pickup truck with a cowboy camper long while he's on the run. He starts to call friends and relatives in the area of his home. He is asking for them to wire money transfers to him police trace these calls to Albuquerque New Mexico later and early October Royal Russell long is arrested at a parking lot payphone Albuquerque, New Mexico, but the girl Sharon was not with him. In fact, long had a much different story than the fifteen year old girl that called the police on him. Of course, he did long said he picked up the girls he believed they were both eighteen he offered them money. For sex, and they accept it afterward. The two girls revealed to him their real ages, and they were attempting to blackmail him for more money when the older girl fled. He panicked any left with Sharon, Royal long maintained. He drove share in bald eagle to Cheyenne and found her a ride to Texas. This is a trucker. He said he knew who agreed to dry the girl to Dallas Fort Worth area. And let her go police searched all over and they never found. Sharon, bald eagle, and they never found this trucker if in fact, he even existed at all, right? Royal long denied knowing bald eagles whereabouts ROY along later pled guilty to kidnapping and assaulting both of the girls for this. He was given life sentences. There was no trial. Now, what took place after this? We have casper police. They start noticing similarities between their case they've recently solved. And the unsolved Kinsey pallet missing persons investigation, and they contacted okay? See detectives. So now, we have Oklahoma City, and they are interested in talking to Royal long. He says he had nothing to do with this disappearance. Now. Keep in mind. This is three years earlier and many many miles away from his home. However, we still have those eye-witnesses the two okay, see boys, they positively identify Royal Russell long as having been the man the older man that took the two girls away in vehicle right now. Remember they were unable to do this with the prior suspect. I think this adds to the validity of this identification that they are now positively making investigators they start searching because what they need to do is. We have these eye-witnesses, but we all. No need to place. Royal Russell long in. Okay. See or at least the area of there. The day of the disappearances what they find is. They find that long had rented a vehicle they rent. He rented this using his name his identification, driver's license. Right. The vehicle that he rented was nineteen Eighty-one beige Pontiac grand prix, the same vehicle described by the two boys shortly after the abduction, which makes them pointed him out as the suspect even more likely. Yes. And it seems like they've got their information. Correct. That they're providing to police immediately after the abduction, and then several years after the fact, yeah, what police are Mayes in their investigation is that we have this individual Royal Russell long who we know by his own admission is capable of ducting two young girls and sexually. Salting them. We now can place him in Oklahoma City. We have the witnesses who identify him. We have his having rented the vehicle for that day..

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"rawlins" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"I'm going to piggyback a little bit of George said, this looks like the happiest of ever seen you the feeling with victory is it the same as the feeling was. Three for mixed. Martial arts. Yeah. You know, it's it's your hot work. It's your fight handle the sacrifices nyc leading up to that. And then when in it's that's the feeling get. So no matter what what kind of fight on fighting one of my v, but in the retail scene in style to win that but at the same way as when I want my feet five. So I don't think it matters. What you're fighting in. What commercial you're fighting in. It's great to get old your hard work pay off and get three at the end. So so I I hate losing. You know, like, I'm very competitive. And so we thought that we is the notion you kinda claim. What about the process prefight in mixed? Martial arts a bunch of people in your division. They tell you got such such next. You kind of have an idea roughly of who that person is maybe go back and do some footage in bare knuckle when they tell you this is going to be your opponent. What are the steps from there? Do you do you try and find as much footage as you can? Or is it just more about the preparation on your side? Yeah. It's always good to to study European it. Yeah. You just wanna get us it. Neither of what they gonna be coming at you with my apartment that I'm facing on Saturday night has absolutely nothing online. She's a Mexican fighter and she's bold on many televised events. So it really hard to find anything on her. So what kinda going into this and the dock but in saying that even if I could find her even study at not really gonna what I'm gonna do. I'm prepared to any trying to fight in this or it doesn't really matter to me. But yet you would be nice to study them that it's not like the the end of the well, he can't find any footage because the sheet I'm doing on on on gonna do out there on Saturday night. Doesn't matter what she's right that me. That's what's up handle your own business, right back. Right. You've got to focus on yourself. You're gonna go out there. And what Bill game plan is not what they gonna do. I feel like I've always got old. Oh, covet. I'm on my attacks. I'm moving my defense. And I definitely I know how to be awful, especially more than these boxes. So that's definitely the edge taking into into class nothing creating every time I thought. If you've ever been to Cancun, but it's kind of like a Paradiso first of all handle your business on Saturday. And then enjoy the beaches of Cancun. Enjoy the food stay away from the water drinking, it, you know, you gotta be careful there. And Lastly, I don't know what the weather report is for Saturday. But I do know that it's tonight and hot Tamale. Thank god. There was a delay there. I thought I thought my jokes. All right. My joke suck there. But you gave me a last minute laugh. So appreciate that. Hey, it's always great. Having you on good luck on Saturday. Right. Thank you so much guys token. All right. That is Beck Rawlins shot out to Josh for getting both rigs and Rawlins on Beck can be followed on Twitter at rowdy back. All right. So we're commercial free, right? We're good there. Are we I think we are all set. So now we have time to do our daily debate. And we have our last caller we're gonna get the last hour. Commercial one Marshall. Oh, holy cow. We do. All right. We got it. Does that make junkie radio fight nation? Channel three. We will be right back..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Church. Okay. This was to apply for some assistance as he was not working, and he suffering from this all sir at the church. Donald Corey provided all of his information using his real name driver's license in real information. Well, they have a system with the rules in Alabama. And if you are applying for assistance, and you have an out of state drivers license or I d you then must go to the local police department where they will run a background check. And then send you back to the church with the proper paperwork. So that you then may file for assistance. Well, of course, they didn't send Donald Corey back. Instead, they called Oklahoma City and they shortly afterwards sent him to jail. Yadi got him guiding Godley Godley McGinn again. Okay. So Donald Michael Corey the man with three first names and never trust a man with three first names or guy that goes by nickname or only one name, right? I don't know the or while you could just go buy a name, and it could not be real name. Okay. So just because we have this guy has the same name as the name tag. Is this our guy because we do have to I witnesses that they could put him in the lineup and say is this the Donald SIS the Donald Duck that you're looking for well and remember police could prove that he was in town in Oklahoma City the day before breast in twenty four hours before the obstruction of these two girls. So now, we have Oklahoma who wants to interview this guy either in Alabama. But most likely they want to bring him back to Oklahoma Corey seems somewhat cooperative at first but tells the investigators, yes, I was in Oklahoma City. Yeah. And we will just say, okay c-. Yeah. What the kids say going forward? So on September twenty fifth. He says he was in o'casey when he went to the hospital for de. Immoral injections for that all, sir. But he says after the hospital he left the state that same day, according to Donald Corey he was not an Oklahoma City on the twenty six when the two girls were abducted to do, you know, if he works for the state fair. That's what's tricky regarding this identification badge. It seems to be that it was some type of work identification badge. Right. But some information that I found stated that it wasn't for that fairgrounds that it wasn't in regards to that exact area. Okay. Police want to question him more. But Corey gets a court appointed attorney, and he tells Corey to shut his mouth in no longer speak with the police then quickly something started to fall apart for the investigators..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Help unload. Plush toys from a truck at the fair, it was then that all four the two girls and boys left with an unknown. Man. Right. This guy was sporting a yellow identification workers badge. Now, he took them to a truck. Stop off of I forty to meet the truck that they were going to unload, right? But the truck was not there was nowhere to. Found. So the man then gave the boys the two boys ten dollars and told them to wait while he went to get the truck the man drove off with Charlotte and cinde the two thirteen year old girls were waving out the back window of the car to the two boys as the vehicle drove off the two girls promised to call home. Again, when it was time for them to be picked up from the fair, but that call would never come. But here we have something captain that we didn't have in the cases, we have previously discussed here, we have potential I witnesses the two boys and these kids have some information to offer up to the investigators. I the man had shown the kids, and I d badge and the idea badge had the man's photo. And name printed on guiding second before stopping off to as they were told to unload this truck the man stopped along the way. And purchase two pairs of gloves and two rolls of duct tape. And more importantly, the two boys remembered the name on the ID badge. It was Donald Michael Corey by Wednesday September thirtieth with the girls. Still nowhere to be found. And Donald Michael Corey also nowhere to be found the police along with the FBI secured in arrest warrant for Donald Michael Corey charging him with two counts of kidnapping and the Tel types were sent out to police stations throughout multiple states. As the manhunt for Donald Corey was now in full swing. Police could prove Corey was in the Oklahoma City area. This is as late as the day before the kidnapping when Corrie checked himself into a hospital in that area. Now, Corey suffered pretty badly from an ulcer hospitals were irregular thing for him. And we would see this as thorns began to track Donald corey's movements hoping to catch up with him as he seemed to be getting further. And further away from Oklahoma City. Oklahoma state police and FBI got news from Jackson Mississippi that Donald Corey had surfaced just briefly there where he used his ide- and information to get Demel injections, a painkiller. He was using in regards to his al-serr then on Friday, October ninth nineteen Eighty-one Oklahoma state police, they get the big break that they were looking for. This is a call from the Greenville police in Alabama. They wanted to know if the warrant for Donald Corey was still standing well. Yes, they were told why are you asking they responded because we have Donald Corey here at our police station. He walked in earlier today and gave us his information. Corey was arrested. Now, this is how this whole thing went down. So yeah, this confusing. Yeah. Corey went to a First Baptist..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"God forbid, you need it for a missing child situation. Not only would you have recent information of your child, but if you are out and about and something should happen. As long as you have your device that you have the info you have the info of the person your child that has missing you can pass that along and hopefully that comes to help. Now, we gotta talk about another case. Okay. Captain this. This is August twenty third. So we're talking less than three weeks later ten-year-old jailing Baker went to the carbon county rodeo with a friend after the second performance the two got separated at the fairgrounds. Jaylen was to return home by ten thirty PM when she did not her parents notified police at eleven pm and reported her missing. Jalen Baker was just ten years old missing. Flyers were printed and distributed this providing a brief description of the young girl standing five feet tall with light Brown hair, Brown eyes. And she was last seen wearing an all navy colored outfit. It looks like a thirties. Win all out on the search for her conducting door to door searches and even using two planes to assist in the search. This took place on Saturday afternoon. So less than twenty four hours after she was noticeably gone. Also, they did one of my favorite tactics. When you have a missing child, and no real leads, ladies and gentlemen, it's time for the old pervert roundup police announce that the investigation included the holding and questioning of sex offenders believed to have been in the area at the time. But they were eventually all cleared. Authorities did announce publicly that they did not rule out the possibility of the child being kidnapped. However, no leads would indicate such that turned up in the early investigation by the Thursday after so just about a week after she went missing the authorities announced the any leads that local searches provided were followed but they went nowhere. And now they were bringing in the FBI for fear that the girl may have been -ducted and transported across the state line. Then eight months later on April twenty third nineteen seventy five a man out walking his dog discovered. The partially nude lifeless body of jailing. Baker. This was near the city's gravel pit about two miles west of Rawlins, Wyoming. Her body was found in the face down position. She was wearing only tennis shoes socks and a t-shirt laboratory analysis of the girls clothing failed to produce any evidence. What they did. Learn is the cause of death was a head injury likely caused by a severe blow to the head the county sheriff went on record stating that he has no doubt in his mind that the girl died where she was found. He said evidence at the scene told them, so though he would not specify as to what that evidence was. So even though we now know that two bodies of the missing girls would be eventually found the thing that hone in on here before we venture further is it looking back at nineteen seventy four we had four missing girls and just seven weeks in Rawlins, Wyoming so closing out the year of nineteen seventy four. Four they still and found any bodies yet. It wasn't until eight months later that the first body was found and then the second bodies found nine years later four missing people in a small area and seven weeks is just I mean, it's incredible on the fact that three of the victims were last seen at a rodeo. So that it's strange. Yeah. And that's what's troubling to is the okay, we're talking about rodeos here. They're probably would have been a lot of people both of those events yet. We don't have any eye. Witnesses saying that we saw any of these missing people speaking with somebody, or at least anybody that was investigated at the time, then we have the young girl who was objected very likely in a busy section of town in broad daylight. So like to know what was happening in that town the days went missing. Yeah. And so it's almost like do you have a person that is if it's one offender is it someone that is seeking out? Crimes of opportunity seeking out targets of opportunity taking themselves putting themselves in a situation where there's a lot of people..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"But just kind of rose with sound rolling through this in my own mind here year, what have to wonder with the vehicle being found? That's that's why it's so aggravating where the hell this vehicle was actually found because one thing I wonder about in a crime of opportunity. Do we have someone saying, hey, could you give me a lift? I mean that seems like the most plausible thing to me, especially if you find the vehicle two hundred miles away a lot of hitchhikers. Yeah. And they may have fell a sense of safety in numbers because there's two of them, and maybe just one man or one young man or somebody asked for a ride. Hey, could you give me a ride just two miles up the road? Sure. No problem, we're leaving anyway. And then boom, you're never seen again, one of with think of those terms than we'd have to look at the perpetrator being somebody that doesn't live in the area, but possibly works in the area. And so you could take like. The rodeo there. They may have like at convention centers, or whatever where people work there periodically. They might not live. They might live pretty far away. But they work in the area. So I wonder also the day that the fourteen year old goes missing was there something in that town happening. Was there another rodeo or was there some show or play or whatever there could have been? I mean, these rodeos happen frequently in this area, and you'll see that as we continue on through these cases. But the there's some very difficult things here with with this case with with Deborah's case in particular for me in you had asked me just briefly before we flipped the Mike's back on do. I think the cases these cases are connected. Well, I think the timeframe I mean, we have one month to the day between the abductions so. That plays a factor in in a pro for. Yes. They're probably connected to you have the area we have a small area where these two objections take place. Right. So another another check in the yes box for are. They connected. I hesitate to say that they are connected because of this with Deborah's case there is no information out there. And what I mean by that is as stated her digital footprint is extremely small. If you find some information about her on the Charlie project, or you know, missing persons websites so on and so forth. It's all pretty much the same information regurgitated over and over again. And it's basically a short little paragraph where I find problems with her case is the lack of evidence the lack of information about this little girl. Okay. So or the fact that she had a full mouth the dentures. Okay. Well, it's a strange. I it's it's you. Unique. Yes. And we don't know why she had a full set of dentures. But here's what I question further. If she has dentures, why are there no dental records in and I know somebody's laughing right now going because she doesn't teeth. Well, you would have some information you pay somebody paid for those dentures somewhere? There's a record of those dancers. And even if it's in her home state of Montana. Why don't we have that information? You know, we're talking about could her remains have been found between when she went missing in current day possibly. I don't know what it means to say that they have DNA tests omitted, and that they have something on file. I don't know if if throughout the course of the years, the decades that have gone by if certain remains were tested that were found what I'm getting at is the the problem. I have here is look we have the one single statement by her parents say she was a good kid. She wouldn't have run off. Right. I have a huge problem that they there's no damn information about this kid. It's almost like she. Went out for a walk one day while on vacation with their parents, she disappeared, and it's almost like she never even existed, but her parents weren't from the area. Correct. They lived in Montana. They were visiting relatives in Rawlins, Wyoming. So I think that makes it difficult because we also don't know the financial status of her parents..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"They're interviewing deputy sheriff Jeff acre, and I don't know what to think of this. I truly don't as this one article completely contradict some other information that I have found in that we have by this point in the story already covered before we get to the contradictions. There are some somewhat more detailed information in this article. Christie's body was identified using a partial dental records matched. So just a partial match. Jeff fake says her death was caused by at least two blows to the head. So maybe more now for the contradictions which I find this to be huge. I this says the body was found a few miles north of Sinclair, so exactly the opposite direction of what all of the other information states next, and this is even more anger vaping. In this article. Jeff Acosta says a van that the women were driving was found at the fairgrounds completely different than all the. Formation that is current that is out there. We're talking about a car that was found two hundred miles away. He's referencing a van that they were driving found at the fairgrounds where they were last seen as tag bay in the van, but also you just wonder is just as bad reporting or does fake hush. Not have the right information. Right. Because we're talking about he's he's talking about a case they find the body nine years later he's being interviewed because they just found the body. He may be unclear as to what took place nine years later. And I say this frustrates me to no end, and it's not so much that the information contradicts itself so much it's more. So that I spent a hell of a long time trying to figure out which one was correct, right? And I couldn't determine so you're hearing both of them only. One of them is correct. We know that Janet Franson who has worked. Carleen Brown's case says. Let's be clear. No one believes Brown's case will have a happy ending. We are pretty sure. Carleen Brown is a homicide case Franson worked for the national missing. And unidentified person system Namus for short and had this to say of her work, and the cases that came with it, quote, a lot of these cases are homicides without bodies when they happen. Local law enforcement didn't have any idea what to do with it. It wasn't that. They were neglectful. It's just they didn't have the kind of expertise. Franson has worked very hard in her passively to help close Carleen case. But there are complications. Franson says the problem is we can't find her family. See Carleen was adopted and investigators don't know the identity or whereabouts of her birth family. Those records are gone her adoptive parents divorced prior to nineteen seventy four. Carleen lived in Rollins with her adopted father. And brother at the time of her disappearance. Her mother lived in Colorado. Carleen graduated from Rawlins high school in nineteen Seventy-three today. Her adoptive mother, father and brother are all now deceased Janet Franson keep searching for any of Carleen Brown's family that may be out there. So that she can get DNA samples to build a profile. So we have to think about this first second here, captain the situation is this. We have a missing woman who's been missing for a very long time. Should they find remains will they even be able to connect it back to Carleen because we don't have DNA profile of her. Now what I have found and this is in the records. But once again, I'm I'm once bitten twice shy about this. Because we've already seen discrepancies in these records. What I've found is that regarding Carleen Brown. No fingerprints are on file for her. But what is listed? Is that there are dental records on file, and I say that I say that with a little hesitation because we've seen other cases that state that there are dental records on file only to find out later that is not the case on Sunday. August fourth nineteen seventy four fourteen year old. Deborah Ray Meyer went missing Deborah actually lived in red lodge Montana at the time of her disappearance. She and her family were visiting relatives. And Rawlins Wyoming on the day. She went missing Deborah was last seen departing from family members residents near the intersection of seventh and spruce streets. She planned a walk to a local movie theater by what remains on the record. These days. There is not anything to suggest that she ever arrived at the movie theater, then she never returned back to the home. This area, though, seems difficult for me..

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Saying they didn't believe it was a true story until they got older and learned that in fact that was some thought it was just a fiction airy cautionary tale told the kids don't get into cars with strangers urban legend. Yes. So to get started. Let's go back to July fourth nineteen seventy four independence day in Rollins, which is in carbon county Wyoming Rollins back in the mid seventies. The population is less than eight thousand people, and I've never been to Wyoming. But the town of Rollins is in the southern portion of. Wyoming and fact carbon county is on the state's southern border. So touching the north Colorado border. On July, fourth nineteen seventy four the weather was pretty much average at least historically with a high of eighty four degrees. Nineteen year old Carleen Brown and her good friend also nineteen years old Christie gross visited the little britches. Rodeo that day in Rawlins, Wyoming later, they were reported missing when both young women failed to return home. Very little information is available regarding the circumstances of their disappearances, but neither are considered to have run away to start a new life somewhere else. In fact, according to the Charlie project dot org website. Carleen case is classification is endangered missing. And many believe she was murdered many years ago. Probably shortly after she was ab- -ducted. Authorities could only trace back their whereabouts to the little britches. Rodeo as that was the last confirmed sightings of either woman after they disappeared the car they were travelling in was found. Abandoned and warling Wyoming. So this is over two hundred miles away north we will come back to this vehicle later. Trust me, there's there's some issues with this vehicle. Authorities initially believed that both Carleen and Christie left on their own leaving the rodeo on their own. But the investigation as it began in carried on they started coming up with some other possibilities as time passed. And this was when no one had heard from either woman as the time was going on. They thought at some point they might resurface, but they never did according to the Charlie project website. Carleen Brown is missing from Rawlins Wyoming since July fourth nineteen seventy-four her data birth is January fourteenth nineteen fifty five. So she would have just recently celebrated her sixty fourth birthday if she was alive today. She was nineteen years old when she was last seen. She was approximately five foot two five. I foot three inches tall and weighed between one hundred hundred twenty pounds her distinguishing characteristics. She is Caucasian with Brown hair Brown eyes, and she has surgical scars on her big toes on both feet now regarding Christie gross. Her skeletal remains were found, but this wasn't until over nine years later. There was no sign of Carleen at the scene and has stated before she has never been seen or heard from again Christie gross had been killed by two heavy blows to the skull. Her body was found October twenty seventh of nineteen Eighty-three three miles south.

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"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"rawlins" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"When we are little kids their stories that the older kids. Tell us supposed real life. Terrifying. Stories handed down from teenagers to smaller children. And then the small children get a little older. And then they tell the same stories. They want served. Much of these are simply folklore and urban legends. Stories of an escaped violent mental patient, stalking lovers lanes with a hook for a hand. Or one I heard in my hometown about certain hill. If you park your car, they're on a certain night, the ghost of someone having died in a car accident many years earlier with throw your car down the hill into the tree lined ravine below killing you and later giving the appearance that you suffered the same car accident and death as the ghost so many years before. This week's case is much like these urban legends. And a sense that the story has been repeated for decades. And like any good urban legend. This is a cautionary tale about the horrific and tragic death. You could have if you don't listen to your parents obey the rules or if you talk to strangers. For kids growing up in parts of Wyoming and Oklahoma. They heard stories of what could happen to you. When you do talk to a strange man or accept a ride from someone. You don't know you don't come back. No, one sees you alive. Again, what was and remains different for those kids compared to other children and other neighborhoods. When these kids grew up, they learned the stories they were told about missing children and killer cowboy were real. This week. We discuss the Rollins rodeo murders. This case has several names, but the one I find used most commonly is the Rollins rodeo murders. This case may have and may have are the key words to pay attention to here, and that will become clear as we dive into this thing. But this case may have or seems to have started in Rawlins Wyoming back in the mid nineteen seventies. Now, captain a lot of people don't know how we go about our business behind closed doors here in the garage, but about once a month you, and I have a case scheduling meeting, and I love these times that we spend together you come to the table with cases that you have in your arsenal. And I have some cases in my backpack as well. And we sit down and we discuss what cases should we cover for the next several weeks? And I gotta give you kudos my friend because you came up with this case, and I find it to be extremely fascinating while you can think the listeners. Yes. Most. Of our cases. Whether it be cases, you bring to the table or that. I bring the overwhelming majority of the cases that we cover our listeners suggestion. So we're very thankful to all of you out there for providing those to us and we receive a overwhelming number of these case suggestions. Yeah. My list is over thousand now. So I kind of framed that in there at the beginning because coming up with this case, I'd never heard of this one. And look there obviously many cases I've never heard of. But just like the boys on the tracks. And the missing Fort Worth trio cases that we covered, of course, all available on the very free, very awesome Stitcher app. These are cases that have fascinated me ones that I was not familiar with in cases, unless you were around in that area around the time of these cases, you didn't know about them either. And the Rollins rodeo murders is exactly like the boys on the tracks in the Fort Worth trio cases when you learn more about. This. You will be asking yourself. Why have I not heard of this one? Why is this case not more well known, and I say not more well known I found evidence to suggest that people even living in the area had not known about these cases, the some of the locals around these rodeo murder cases, I found one post on read it where someone was saying they grew up in the area of one of these cases.

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Teen girl shot at Maryland school

News, Traffic and Weather

02:12 min | 4 years ago

Teen girl shot at Maryland school

"One in seattle that begins at ten am at kelly anderson park tonight teenage girls shot at a maryland high school will soon be taken off life support jalen willy's mom says a sixteen year old is now brain dead the teen was shot tuesday by seventeen year old austin rollins at great mills high school rawlins died after shooting willie our school resource officer got there within minutes and fired a shot at rollins but it's still not clear whether rollins was killed by the officers bullet or took his own wife protesters delayed tonight sacramento kings game only a few fans made it in before this protests started and the doors had to be locked fans left outside we're told to go home the protesters were outraged over the death of twenty two year old stephen clarke the unarmed black man was shot and killed by police in his grandparents back yard police say officers believe clark was pointing a gun at them he was holding his cell phone law enforcement is still searching for the artist responsible for torching the islamic center of the eastside police want to talk to anyone with video or information about the fire they're offering a thousand dollar reward this is the second time in arsonist destroyed the mosque the homeless man who pled guilty after the first fire was released from prison last week but bellevue police say he's not a person of interest still me police want you to see this sketch as they search for the man who groped a girl less than a block from mount sinai highschool they say he was walking on the sidewalk and grabbed the girl as she'd passed him on friday the suspect it is described as asian around thirty years old with black spiky hair tonight detectives are trying to solve two separate hit and run crashes one killing a ferry worker and another leaving a victim barely alive in king county investigators are looking for this white cargo van the hitman walking on military road in seatac early this morning the van has a noticeable rack on the roof and the victims at harborview and may not survive just a few hours later another driver hit and killed katie phillips ferry worker heading home from her shift in kitsap county troopers us she stopped to help a woman who ran out of gas and it was hit on sedgwick road near port orchard they're now looking for a.

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Sacramento police fatally shoot unarmed man holding cellphone in backyard

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

01:56 min | 4 years ago

Sacramento police fatally shoot unarmed man holding cellphone in backyard

"Yeah but this guy has now been charged with third agree murder nothing about it let's listen to his name muhammad urine no no he's darker skinned clearly arabic male now sacramento police now think about okay before we got before i go here minneapolis it's the same place where who was shot lindell casteel yeah what's that let's talk about sacramento police fatally shot a twenty two year old black man holding a cell phone cell phone did they say it was a good now why is it that all of our every time we got some in our hands it's a fuck as ago you know honestly i'm not gonna let your man alike since i was i have been tracking and this is something i was actually very passionate about a little over decade ago i've been passionate about tracking the murderers in killings of unarmed black men under suspicious circumstances by police officers and the the fascination actually began with ahmadou diallo reaching for his wallet because that bothered me so so bad so bad but then you have the anti rawlins reginald to said and deontay wrongs was only in what really got me going was the fact that the anti rawlins was only twelve years old from south west dc and he was approached by two offduty white conch who assumed that he had he had stolen one of their children's dirt by thereby though they said he had a dull they said he had a gun or something like that the gun was never found anything that he.

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Minneapolis officer arrested, charged in shooting death of Australian woman

Rush Limbaugh

02:03 min | 4 years ago

Minneapolis officer arrested, charged in shooting death of Australian woman

"And lisa brady a briefing just held in southern maryland fox's rachel sutherland has this live lisa seventeenyearold awesome rawlins died after police say he shot two of his classmates at great mills high school saint mary's county sheriff timothy cameron says a school officer took action playing gas fired at the shooter in what is described to me is almost simultaneously the shooter five sheriff cameron says rawlins new the sixteen year old girl in fourteen year old boy now both in the hospital there was a prior relationship the extent of which i can't comment on the girls in critical condition the boy in stable condition police rachel police in texas not yet confirming a link between four recent bombings in austin in an explosion this morning at a fed ex facility near san antonio a second suspicious package also found their investigators are at yet another facility this time a private delivery facility in the sun valley suburb of austin and what they are confirming their according to the sun valley police department is a link between a that delivery service and some packages fox's jonathan hunt in austin the bombings have killed two people injuring five a minneapolis police officer now facing murder and manslaughter charges for the death of australian woman who called nine one one last summer investigators say justin rose check minutes after calling police in july of a possible assault in her alley and approaching the responding police car was shot through the driver's side window by officer mohammed noor was sitting in the passenger seat the forty year old life coach who was set to be married died nor who is hailed as the precincts first cimoli officer refused to speak to investigators japan also the officer turning himself in today after a warrant was issued for his arrest fox news fair and balanced reliable dependable if it matters to you we've got it covered now your top local stories are on twin cities news.

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