26 Burst results for "Robert Hanssen"

Why Did Lis Wiehl Write About Evil Spy Robert Hanssen?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Why Did Lis Wiehl Write About Evil Spy Robert Hanssen?

What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:12 min | 3 months ago

What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?

"We are talking to Lee's wheel. You probably know her. Remember her from Fox News and many other prominent places talking about many things kind of like this, but nothing can top this. She has a brand new book out called a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hansen, America's most damaging Russian spy. It really is nightmarish. And I always say, Lee's that, you know, apart from my faith in God, I don't know how to process this. I think you would just be frightened at how evil the world is, how dark it is. I have to ask you the most basic question. What do you suppose that Robert Hansen got out of this? In other words, it's kind of a funny thing. I always feel that these traders sell themselves extraordinarily cheaply, you know, that China has billions of dollars to spend. And if there's anybody out there willing to kind of give them a leg up here or there, what was Russia giving this man? And again, we want to be clear. This wasn't Russia. This was the Soviet Union, as wicked as it gets. The evil empire, what were they giving him to make him feel that it was worth his doing this because he could have made a decent job doing the right thing. What were they giving him? Right, exactly. Cash. I mean, they were giving him bundles of $30,000, $10,000, $50,000. At one point he asked for diamonds, they gave him diamonds. And he had a cash flow problem, right? Because you can't put more than $10,000 in cash into a bank without alerting all sorts of things. So he would just honestly put it in a drawer. He put it under the bed. And in fact, Eric, one time when he had the cash in the drawer, Bonnie, his wife, saw the money in the drawer. It was like a sock drawer or something, you know, basic drawer like that. She pulled out the money, sees all this cash. She confronts him. This was early on in his spine, confronts him. She thinks it's money for a mistress because he's got he's done that before. Say that again, money from what? We're a mistress from mister. Oh, because he had cheated on his wife. Right. So she thinks that she confronts him. He says, oh, no, no, Bonnie. I'm not cheating on you. This is just money that I got from the Russians for spying. That was better or something. But he did say that to him. Yes, no, he admitted it to her. And then they, but here Eric, here's a twist. It go to their priests. That's what body his wife wants to do. They go to the priest, the priest basically says, oh, that was bad. Don't do that again. It's fine, that is. And you can be absolved from it if you just give them money that you've already made to the church. Which Hanson does, and he doesn't spy for a little bit, and then he starts up again. But the idea that a priest would say that, that basically, hey, you know, don't do that again, that's bad, but you know, it's all okay if you give the money to the church. And that, of course, you know, Bonnie was okay with

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Lis Wiehl on Robert Hanssen, America's Most Damaging Russian Spy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Lis Wiehl on Robert Hanssen, America's Most Damaging Russian Spy

"There's so many levels of sickness to this. And I want to be clear, speaking as a public Christian, when you're talking about evil, right? A lot of people, either they don't believe in God, they don't believe in evil, whatever. When you look at something like this, I want to know what you would call it if it's not evil, because here is a man who, I guess, I mean, I haven't said it, but to make things infinitely worse was ostensibly a dedicated Catholic Christian, in other words, it's kind of like the devil wearing priests robes. It's a stunning thing that so he wasn't just some secular person who doesn't believe in anything publicly he put on the face of a man of faith. So I have to ask you to just to go to the beginning. What do you suppose or who do you suppose he was that he would upon entering this life that he would go to them and do something like this? In other words, was it some crazy James Bond narrative he had? And I'm going to be a double agent. I'm going to be, what do you suppose was in his mind? Because a lot of people could get pulled over over time. Life gets tough. Things get complicated and you find yourself drifting. He goes to them. Why do you suppose that was? Well, he was as disgruntled employee. He thought that the FBI didn't appreciate him enough and that the FBI agents around him were trying to dull her. It's not as smart as he was. He always had to be the smartest guy in the room. We know people like that, right? Well, this is the Benedict Arnold story, right? I mean, if you want to go to the ultimate trader, Benedict Arnold felt he was being passed over. He was so amazing, and he was not being acknowledged. So that's kind of like the standard reason, right? That somebody like that, they think, I'm better than everybody. Nobody's acknowledging me. I'm going to get them horrible. Right.

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Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:05 min | 3 months ago

Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'

"We have a really exciting guest talking about a very exciting book and subject, exciting, depressing, amazing. I don't know where to begin. You probably already know my guest. Lee's wheel, maybe you saw her over the years on Fox News or on CNN or any place just a prominent legal mind federal prosecutor on and on and on. It goes, and she has now written a book. I got to tell you, it's nothing less than shocking. It's titled a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hanssen, America's most damaging Russian spy, remember the Cold War folks. Remember when we were at war with the Soviet Union, they were a superpower in those days. And there was somebody on the inside. It just, it's one of the most amazing stories ever. A number of books have been written about it. This is being called the best of them all, a spy in plain sight Lee's wheel. Welcome to the program. Eric, it's great to be with you. Thanks so much for that kind introduction. Well, I tell you, when I read originally about Robert Hansen, it was one of these things, it's out of a movie. It's a nightmare that somebody would be this deeply embedded in our FBI working for our enemies. Today it would be, you know, working for China. But give us the background for people who don't remember the details, the timing, the years, the decades, so that we have some sense of who this monster Robert Hansen was. Yeah, and you've got it right. He really is a monster. I mean, finally, he's locked up now forever. So he's in a 24 hour or 23 hour solitary confinement and Florence Colorado in a supermarket, a super max. But started, you know, kind of an unremarkable upbringing. He was a middle class in Chicago, his father was a cop, kind of trying to tough on him. I mean, really tough on him. We'd call it child abuse now. But he grew up, became an accountant and then joined the FBI, which was really the Pinnacle for him. You know, it was just the thing that he wanted to be. He admired James Bond. He wanted to be everything, James Bond. So the enters in the early 80s into the bureau. And Eric within a year of entering the FBI, he approaches the Russians. They don't have to flip him. He approaches them. He doesn't tell them who he is, but he says he has this great Intel information for them. And indeed, it is the first thing that he's gives them is the identity of our major the primo Russian asset that we had at the time on the ground. And of course, we rely on those people to give us information from you said it, China, North Korea, Russia. He was at the very top level of the counter espionage unit in the

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Wild-card Stars force Game 7 against Calgary with 4-2 win

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Wild-card Stars force Game 7 against Calgary with 4-2 win

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

06:44 min | 11 months ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Is We covered a few that have kept the underwear of all of all of them. So they just like that trophy so they can relive it and so they can have that as a victory mark like jon said. This might be weird but you can hear a song. Sometimes it just takes you back to like a powerful memory where worsening to that phone. I almost think that like it's such a powerful reminder of that feeling that you had when you were doing whatever you were doing going through. The list is a couple. The old school eighteen hundred goldrush names. Here i just love was like beatles songs horseshoe area it and lieutnant anne. There's a couple others elva. Those individuals that were bodies that were found and he was actually charged with the murder of a nanny and they were tied back to him and he admitted both of those but they were never identified as their real identities so they were sex workers. You mentioned that nobody would miss them. We couldn't even track back and identity for these two victims of robert hanssen. So yeah they were given those names as kind of place holders instead of just jane doe until they figured out who they were and they never did. Unfortunately i mean obviously when you're talking about these these stories in this only hanson and his victim. Did he ever give any detailed descriptions. Because you're looking through here and there's a lot of you know. She was found in a shallow grave. This is sherry moral. She had been shot in the back. No bullet holes in the clothing. Like you said suggesting she had been shot while nude and then redress before being buried. Did he ever explain any of these or they were just kind of going off the forensics that they've found on the bodies now he he explained the process as i would seek out a sex worker once. She showed me that she was not a decent person. I would have my way with them physically and sexually and then i would go and hunt them. Occasionally i would feel merciful and let them go but he never went into the tactic of why he stabs him and why he shot Why he re dressed some of them why he ultimately. We don't know why he let the ones go that he did let go. He did confessed to committing crimes but he never really opened up into what he actually did. What we do know is when his wife was a schoolteacher and they had two kids in the summer they got caught. He sent them away for the summer and he said i'm going to stay here and work on my summer project and his number project was using their basement as a place to hold woman. So that's where we see. Cindy paulson kidnapped her any change her by the neck to opole in her basement and his basement. I'm i'm excited to talk about. Cindy because if there is a bright spot in the story it seemed like she is the hero who. That's awful awful story quickly before we we before before we get into send though. I just wanna ask more question so you mentioned that. He bought his own plane So as he just fairbanks or wherever wherever he is anchorage izzy finding these girls. Drugging them putting them on a plane flying them then they wake up in the wilderness. Like how is he getting them from point a to be with this plane. Yeah so he would. He wasn't drugging them. That we know of but he would used them sexually and physically and just beat them withhold food and water from them for days where they had no energy to fight back. He was worse than you put them in his car. Drive them right up to his plane because it was a really small private plane and he would just toss them in the back of the plane he would get in and drive off and he had a plane that had i read about like the tires. They were almost like big balloons where he could land pretty much anywhere in this plane. He didn't have to have a big open field. He could just kinda drop it down. It was small and the of these big blue light tires and it was perfect what he was doing unbelievable. But okay. let's talk like you said about the breitbart about the here of the stories. Cindy paulson. yeah so he would. He would offer her. I think a couple of hundred dollars for oral sex and so she agreed to get in the car with them in once she got in the car. That's what jamie was saying she. He drove her to his family. Home soccer down to the basement and tied her up to a beam in the basement downstairs. And that's when he raped her repeatedly. I mean to the point where she she was physically weak by by everything that he'd been doing but he was nonchalant about it like i remember even went upstairs to take a nap once he was done in then. He woke up and took her in the plane. Or we're going to take her to. The plane suits a flyer to this area but on the when she got there so the airport. She's freaking escapes. She got out of his she got out of there and she was able even though she was bound she was handcuffed. She was able to run down the street. And that's when a truck driver driving down the road. It's all her and was able to pick her up and drive her away. The truck driver even said that that that hanson was chasing her with a gun. You know so. There's only gosh this is a bad situation. So they ended up driving to motel where she didn't want to call police because she was a sex worker so she basically calling to. You know to turn herself and so but the lady working there. The motels like no honey. We're calling police on that one and so the truck driver and cindy were able to give police details about this guy like it. Wears house was at what kind of car he drove eight. She left up in his car. What once you leave. She left her shoes her blue tennis shoes in his car so that she can say see. That's where i was so she ran away barefooted. Like when you're in. And i've never been anything close to the situation that she was in but oftentimes what we see with victims. Are that your your details. That you're seeing are not very accurate. But in her case she held it together so well and she gave the police the information they needed to really hone in on this guy and to get away such the right moment he was having trouble getting the seat in the plane to lay down so she noticed that he was distracted and she was able to slip out passenger side door there and and get away when she actually got to the hotel. She went to a hotel where her boyfriend's slash. What's a good word for a boss for sex workers other than pimp john. Okay yeah the guy that she worked for in a boyfriend. They're immediately left to go. Try to find. Robert hanssen to kill him as police responding to suny paulson. Where else paulson was able to help. Bring down robert hanson. Finally before we get into that story and one's title of finance super app is firmly unchallenged. There are powerhouse.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"This is gary v audio experience mainly nation. How are you. It is gary dinner. Chuck thank you so much for joining the audio experience. I have the pleasure of having a guest on today. That i am incredibly fond of normally i would say probably eighty percent of the time the guests that have come through your years have been people. I don't really know just a little bit from maybe a little interaction here and there on the m but member meal never like lots of time. It's just it's infrequent that i use the platform for people that have more context for and so i'm really excited today. Robert hanssen has become a friend but most of all and the reason. I wanted to have him on the podcast and i asked him to be on the podcast is. I'm spending a lotta time around leadership as a lot of you know. I haven't really announced this. Some of you might discord. If you're following reprints no. I do have a new book coming out in november on a big promotion soon so i'm not going to say anymore here but it made me really tap into emotional intelligence from a leadership standpoint. It's been always very clear to me. I've always put it out on my content but the truth is i haven't been close enough to enough executives to really feel like i'm willing to cosign somebody i've intuitions. If somebody said who's a good leader. I throw out names. Because i've intuitions. But i really believe that. This is a great leader and i think he relies on a lot of the things that i rely on and i think it's important to to have my audience cure it in a different way from a different perspective with different nuances. Because it's not exactly the same. So robert wood that incredibly big coast side. Why don't you take the floor for three minutes and tell everybody who you are what you currently do and maybe a little bit about yourself. And then i've got some questions for you with very specific agenda around some stuff that i want the audience to hear sir. I'm not gonna do it. Hey gary hey everybody And gary i appreciate that Kind introduction I currently running the wine and spirits. Business said constellation brands. I've been in business my whole career I'll i'll frame that up relative the conversation. You wanna have gary. By saying i i never really thought i would choose a business in career a career in business but what i realized is I think business has an opportunity to not only be a source of economic opportunity but a forest for positive change. So i've you know i. I was trained well early in my days. I was advice for quite some time and then i came public. Ceo i ran a private equity backed jewelry business where i met. Get you gary. The first time around we've developed a relationship. I think you know recently. Obviously we We partnered as a constellation brands..

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"Shelly's murder occurred during the time prolific. Serial killer robert hanssen preyed on women in anchorage and the surrounding area. The year shelley died seven. Other women were murdered in anchorage. Detectives had their hands full and although they investigated shelley's case they seemingly made little progress. Crime stoppers in anchorage asked for information from the public on the whereabouts of a man known s pinky who lived in the keanae area and according to detectives they interviewed numerous witnesses and possible suspects. Even flying to the lower forty eight to track down some individuals none of their leads panned out though and the case went cold. Detectives reopened shelley's case several times between nineteen seventy eight and nineteen ninety seven and police identified new suspects but they never found enough evidence to link anyone conclusively to shelly's murder by nineteen ninety seven. Dna testing had become a reality. And the alaska. Scientific crime detection laboratory developed a dna profile from the samples collected from under shelley's fingernails and from her jeans. Detectives compare the dna profiles from shelly samples to the dna from possible suspects but nothing matched in two thousand. Three investigators uploaded the dna profile collected from shelly to the combined dna index system or code us but they were again disappointed to find no match..

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"Shelly's murder occurred during the time prolific. Serial killer robert hanssen preyed on women in anchorage and the surrounding area. The year shelley died seven. Other women were murdered in anchorage. Detectives had their hands full and although they investigated shelley's case they seemingly made little progress. Crime stoppers in anchorage asked for information from the public on the whereabouts of a man known s pinky who lived in the keanae area and according to detectives they interviewed numerous witnesses and possible suspects. Even flying to the lower forty eight to track down some individuals none of their leads panned out though and the case went cold. Detectives reopened shelley's case several times between nineteen seventy eight and nineteen ninety seven and police identified new suspects but they never found enough evidence to link anyone conclusively to shelly's murder by nineteen ninety seven. Dna testing had become a reality. And the alaska. Scientific crime detection laboratory developed a dna profile from the samples collected from under shelley's fingernails and from her jeans. Detectives compare the dna profiles from shelly samples to the dna from possible suspects but nothing matched in two thousand. Three investigators uploaded the dna profile collected from shelly to the combined dna index system or code us but they were again disappointed to find no match.

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The Murder of Shelley Connolly

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

01:48 min | 1 year ago

The Murder of Shelley Connolly

"Shelly's murder occurred during the time prolific. Serial killer robert hanssen preyed on women in anchorage and the surrounding area. The year shelley died seven. Other women were murdered in anchorage. Detectives had their hands full and although they investigated shelley's case they seemingly made little progress. Crime stoppers in anchorage asked for information from the public on the whereabouts of a man known s pinky who lived in the keanae area and according to detectives they interviewed numerous witnesses and possible suspects. Even flying to the lower forty eight to track down some individuals none of their leads panned out though and the case went cold. Detectives reopened shelley's case several times between nineteen seventy eight and nineteen ninety seven and police identified new suspects but they never found enough evidence to link anyone conclusively to shelly's murder by nineteen ninety seven. Dna testing had become a reality. And the alaska. Scientific crime detection laboratory developed a dna profile from the samples collected from under shelley's fingernails and from her jeans. Detectives compare the dna profiles from shelly samples to the dna from possible suspects but nothing matched in two thousand. Three investigators uploaded the dna profile collected from shelly to the combined dna index system or code us but they were again disappointed to find no match.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Real Monsters

"The last minute. Let's see nineteen seventy eight. There was a rather nasty fire at the farm. It was close to them that actually both of his parents died and robert ended up. Never seen louise's through our final days. Sure how he got stuck with that. What was her affliction good question. I didn't find that. Actually that's okay. I think it might have been natural or somewhere close to that That you know is really his background. Then he get into his main. Hunting area was the east side of vancouver which they call de low track. And there's an interesting quote about that just digging for it. A journalist really summed it up. He called it the biggest concentration of human misery in the developed world. Well that was then. Now we have san francisco close second. Maybe getting basically a red light district in a lot of the bars down there on robert because he had money i would assume was essentially a god. You know he could go. There get offered sexual favours from the prostitutes. And what have you well true that. Even though he had money wasn't gonna get him very far in the you know the more middle class and upper middle class areas because he his hygiene was so awful and is intelligence was so low so he had you know he. He had to go where he could be fit in better Most definitely get pulled to that like an nag net What what initially end. It also turns out that that's an area where there's a lot of a lot of people that can disappear without anybody noticing. Oh yes and that's another thing that we saw in the robert hanssen case A lot of it was shrugged off because of the transient nature of sex work disease. All basically prostitutes fulltime or part-time because they need drugs right and that gets into hansen's mo. Offer them drugs and then take them back to his trailer on the farm or he would just straight up pay them..

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Z104

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

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Now more than ever and has taken extra steps to keep its employees and customers safe including contact list delivery tamper-proof packaging and team member Wellness checks. I haven't gotten my hello fresh box just yet may have used them in the past and I cannot wait for the fun recipes. I'm sure I'm going to love I promise you if my husband Brett can use it and cook a delicious meal. Anybody can So if you would like to enjoy hellofresh go to hellofresh.com and use code 803 CFC to get a total of $80 off across five boxes including free shipping on your first box. Now. I know have a seat listen to that again go to hellofresh.com and use code CFC to get a total of $80 off across five boxes, including free shipping on your first box. The FBI had a suspicion that there was a spy in their organization and they said to work identifying who was betraying them the FBI worked with a former KGB turned svr agent off to agree find in turn over information that may lead to the identity of the Spy the agent found proof that someone from inside the FBI was working with the Russians. But according to an ABC article wage the proof did not directly implicate Robert the proof included letters from Robert to the Russians as well other documents tips and surveillance show that Roberts actions closely match those of us by they were looking for and a four-month multi-department surveillance operation began Agents from the FBI CIA Department of State and Department of Justice combined their skills and resources in order to set a trap for Robert. This operation was made difficult because Robert was on the inside of the organization and the people investigating him were his co-workers Robert had access to the same systems that they used and they noted that he frequently searched the systems to see if his movements had been noticed. To that end. They had to be careful about how they conducted the investigation. They had to make sure that Robert was unaware that he was under investigation and they threw him off by asking him to develop new song security measures for the FBI a job that they wouldn't entrust to someone they suspected of being a mole. This was done to boost Roberts ego and to give him a false sense of security. They use computer forensic techniques undercover surveillance and wiretapping to track Roberts movements and computer searches co-workers became Witnesses and day-to-day conversations became opportunities to collect anecdotal evidence one co-worker noted that Robert always used his Palm Pilot for listeners too young to remember Palm Pilots. They were electronic notepad set sink to a person's personal computer often used to make notes and Save contact information. They were an early smartphone without the phone capability the colleague decided to get to North Palm pilots from the FBI and he offered one to Robert who declined Robert said that he had placed his own encryption software on the device, which ensured that no one could get into it. This raised red flag for the co-worker who in turn gave information about the potential importance of the Palm Pilot to the investigation. At the end of two thousand, they transferred Robert from his position at the state department where he had worked for more than five years to a rule at FBI headquarters. Robert was placed in charge of a small team of people who are all aware that they were collecting evidence on Robert. He went from having legitimate reasons to access information about the Russians to a role where he had known need to access any files. The Russians may be interested in it is important to note that Robert was still able to access the information. This was an important step in the plan to catch Robert Downey be I wanted to see if Robert would still access the information when he had no work-related reason to The four months of intense surveillance needed to end in an arrest and charges and to do that. They needed to catch Robert in the act. So when Robert arranged to make the drop at Fox Stone Park on February 18th, 2001 the FBI was ready and waiting. They intercepted his communication with the Russians and walk out. When and where the drop would be. They retrieved the package that Russians had left for Robert containing $50,000 then waited for Robert to make his drop. Robert climbed down under the bridge took the package away then climbed back onto the bridge where he shook the excess dirt from his shoes. He then walked head down and hands in his pocket took his car as he went to a long kiss Kar to panel Vans pulled up beside him and to Van loads of armed SWAT surrounded him. Robert went quietly. He didn't put up a fight off and he asked for the guns to be lowered saying they weren't needed. When he was arrested Robert reportedly asked what had taken them so long and that is a fair question. Robert had been spying on and off for more than thirty years. He had received $600,000 in cash and diamonds and another $800,000 waiting for him in a Moscow bank account. He was spying right under the noses of those that are charged with keeping the country safe from people like him and yet he went undetected for more than three decades. Part of the reason why Robert managed to stay under the radar for so long is that he succeeded in keeping his identity a secret the Russian documents that were given to the FBI didn't name anyone likely because even the Russians weren't sure who was giving them the information he refused to meet the Russians in person to further protect his identity Robert also lived within his means dead despite acquiring hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash over twenty-five years. He still lived in a modest three-bedroom house and drove a Ford Taurus. He didn't frequently Splash out or flashing wealth around which there was no attention to draw him and no one asking where he got the money the 21 charges of Espionage and conspiracy to commit Espionage were filed in federal court Robert initially pleaded not guilty to all charges. However, Robert face the death penalty and a not guilty plea meant that the case would go to trial. Robert was caught red-handed and a guilty verdict was likely 57 year old Robert was eager to have the death penalty taken off the table and he quickly agreed to cooperate with the FBI and exchange for a plea deal that would spare his life. As a part of the plea deal six charges were withdrawn leaving Robert to plead guilty to 15 charges. He entered his guilty plea at a ten minute long during on July sixth two thousand one while he awaited sentencing he spent time to briefing the FBI telling them everything. He had shared with the Russians in May of two thousand two thousand Robert said before the judge and received his sentence He was ordered to serve 15 life sentences served consecutively with no chance of parole. Bonnie Hanson cooperated with the authorities and as a result was able to receive the benefits of.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Very low. According to the affidavit that details all of Robert's known interactions with Russia. He started spying for the SBR the new Russian intelligence agency that was set up after the fall of the Soviet Union. Robert was conducting searches of the FBI databases looking for information about recent drops at the FBI had on their radar. The searches were General Dead Drop searches in the beginning and then narrowed down to one particular spot in Fox Stone Park. It doesn't appear that any information was being shared with the Russians during this time. If it was it was not valuable enough for Robert to receive any money. It is more likely that the the information about which debt drop sites. The FBI was looking at was more for a Roberts information and preparation for his next move on February 18th. 2001 Robert Drew Fox don't park with classified documents in his car. He had wrapped the documents in a plastic garbage bag and secure the bag closed with tape when Robert arrived at the park. He walked to a predetermined area and put a piece of white tape on a pole and then place the rap documents under a nearby Footbridge hidden from view. The white tape was pre-arranged code to the Russians indicating that the drop had been made. When Robert turned and walked away leaving the classified documents for a Russian agent to collect. He walked straight into a trap little did Robert know the agents were watching and waiting to catch him in the act before moving in to make an arrest. I'm going to pause the case right here so you can hear a word from our sponsors. Get fresh pre-measured ingredients and mouth-watering seasonal recipes delivered right to your door with hello fresh America's number one meal kit hellofresh lets you skip those trips to the grocery store and makes home cooking easy fun and affordable. Now if you think okay. 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But according to an ABC article wage the proof did not directly implicate Robert the proof included letters from Robert to the Russians as well as other documents tips and surveillance show that Roberts actions closely match those of us by they were looking for and a four-month multi-department surveillance operation began Agents from the FBI CIA Department of State and Department of Justice combined their skills and resources in order to set a trap for Robert. This operation was made difficult because Robert was on the inside of the organization and the people investigating him were his co-workers Robert had access to the same systems that they used and they noted that he frequently searched the systems to see if his movements had been noticed. To that end. They had to be careful about how they conducted the investigation. They had to make sure that Robert was unaware that he was under investigation and they threw him off by asking him to develop new song security measures for the FBI a job that they wouldn't entrust to someone they suspected of being a mole. This was done to boost Roberts ego and to give him a false sense of security. They use computer forensic techniques undercover surveillance and wiretapping to track Roberts movements and computer searches co-workers became Witnesses and day-to-day conversations became opportunities to collect anecdotal evidence one co-worker noted that Robert always used his Palm Pilot for listeners too young to remember Palm Pilots. They were electronic notepad set sink to a person's personal computer often used to make notes and Save contact information. They were an early smartphone without the phone capability the colleague decided to get to North Palm pilots from the FBI and he offered one to Robert who declined Robert said that he had placed his own encryption software on the device, which ensured that no one could get into it. This raised red flag for the co-worker who in turn gave information about the potential importance of the Palm Pilot to the investigation. At the end of two thousand, they transferred Robert from his position at the state department where he had worked for more than five years to a rule at FBI headquarters. Robert was placed in charge of a small team of people who are all aware that they were collecting evidence on Robert. He went from having legitimate reasons to access information about the Russians to a role where he had known need to access any files. The Russians may be interested in it is important to note that Robert was still able to access the information. This was an important step in the plan to catch Robert Downey be I wanted to see if Robert would still access the information when he had no work-related reason to The four months of intense surveillance needed to end in an arrest and charges and to do that. They needed to catch Robert in the act. So when Robert arranged to make the drop at Fox Stone Park on February 18th, 2001 the FBI was ready and waiting. They intercepted his communication with the Russians and walk out. When and where the drop would be. They retrieved the package that the Russians had left for Robert containing $50,000 then waited for Robert to make his drop. Robert climbed down under the bridge took the package away then climbed back onto the bridge where he shook the excess dirt from his shoes. He then walked head down and hands in his pocket took his car as he went to a long kiss Kar to panel Vans pulled up beside him and to Van loads of armed SWAT surrounded him. Robert went quietly. He didn't put up a fight off and he asked for the guns to be lowered saying they weren't needed..

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"In nineteen eighty-five Robert moved back to New York to be a supervisor for a technical surveillance Squad while in this role Robert continue to have access to sensitive information pertaining to Russia. Bonnie would occasionally question Robert about whether or not he had gone back to spying for the Russians and each time Robert denied. This was the case Bonnie didn't push sings took her husband's word at face value Robert old Bonnie in nineteen eighty-five that he had finished making payments to charity and the couple purchased a modest and affordable three-bedroom home in Yorktown Heights. Bonnie leader said that the house was her idea. She wanted to home they could easily afford. So Robert would not have any Financial reason despite for the Russians again. Little did Bonnie know her husband was tempted back to spying and he hid it from her for the next fifteen years. The FBI has confirmed that from October 1985. Robert was back spying for the Russians and was actively engaged with the KGB. Robert anonymously shared classified documents with the KGB signing the communication with the letter be around October 1st Robert send a letter to the home of a Soviet Embassy official cited in Virginia the information shared in the letter pertain to the identity of KGB agents who had been cooperating with the FBI Valerie martynov surging Ronan and Boris Yeltsin or all recruited by the United States intelligence service and we're all sharing Russian secrets with the us when the Russians found out that these men had been betraying their country. They were arrested. The Larry and Sergey were executed for their crimes while Boris went to prison but was later released. More documents were sent to the same Virginia address and mid and late October Robert received compensation for his spying in early November when he collected $50,000 from a debt drop site is not a way Park a park located in the Virginia Town of Vienna sixteen miles from Washington DC along with the money was a note the contents of which is not known a month after more than six months with no written communication that we know of Robert sent two more letters to the KGB in nineteen eighty-six this time instead of being signed be they were assigned Ramon Robert would continue to use the name Ramon in his interactions with the KGB for some time after these letters were delivered. The communication was altered for a short period of time instead of leaving notes at the Dead Drop site the KGB put an ad in the Washington Times that Fred Dodge 71 Diplomat needs engine work 1,000 phone 703-451-9780 call next Monday Wednesday Friday 1 p.m. The ad ran for four days from July 14th to July 16th 1986 what looked like a normal advertisement for a used car was actually a coded message intended for or the following week Robert called the number and spoke to a KGB agent after further phone conversations a dead drop was arranged and Robert collected $10,000 and the lounge from a pre-arranged spot and Nottoway Park on August 19th. Over the next year Robert would send at least three letters and packages to the KGB in exchange for $10,000 cash, which he once again collected from Nottoway Park. On September 26th, 1987 Robert went to the Dead Drop site. But this time he was leaving something to be collected a letter and a package containing classified documents off. Whatever was in the package was obviously very valuable to the Russians since 3 Days Later a bank account in Moscow and Robert's name received a deposit of $100,000 a month. This amount of money was far more than Robert had received in the past. Another $100,000 was deposited in the bank account in November and smaller cash amounts were left in Nottoway Park. All told Robert was paid around $230,000 by the Russians in nineteen-eighty-seven. In nineteen eighty-eight Robert in the KGB correspondent numerous time via letters packages and disks that were either left at Nottoway park or were sent to a Soviet accommodation address in Virginia with Robert received $185,000 in cash and two diamonds, which he requested in lieu of cash in exchange for information relating to National Defense and communication intelligence officer Robert shared information about the FBI's double agent program that was being run as well as the identity of a Russian agent who had defected and had started working for the United States. These exchanges continued in nineteen eighty-nine with Robert receiving over $271,000 despite requesting that the KGB pay some of his compensation with diamonds instead of cash, perhaps to stay under the radar Robert returned to of the diamonds to the Dead Drop site and ask for them to be exchanged for cash in nineteen, ninety. And nineteen. Ninety. One off. The exchange is slowed with Robert being paid $115,000 and $64,000 for each year. Then at the end of 1991 The Exchange has stopped. Around this time Roberts brother-in-law Mark who was an FBI agent working out of Chicago became aware of a large amount of cash being kept in Robert and Bonnie's home. It was more than a man of Roberts position would have Mark also noticed that Robert would use cash or frivolous spending Mark wondered if the money had been illegally obtained and he decided to report his suspicions. However marks report to his superiors did not result in an investigation after 1991. It appeared that Robert Hansen had changed his ways and had stopped spying for the Russians. There were no more debt drops and it appeared that money didn't change hands. However, an FBI report released in 2003 show that Robert was still somewhat active in the Years following a parent break in 1992. Robert was transferred to the FBI security threat list unit while in that unit. He hacked the FBI system and told his superiors that he did it log. Way of proving there was a security flaw this explanation was accepted and the matter was not pursued also in nineteen, ninety two, Robert gave sensitive information to the British intelligence service, but once again, nothing came of this breach. In nineteen, ninety three Robert approached a Russian agent in a parking garage and gave the agent a package of information then left. This was very out of character for Robert who always transferred information via a drop sites to protect his identity. The Russians filed a formal protest about this incident and an investigation was opened. However, the investigation never linked Robert to the Handover and he continued to avoid detection. There is very little information about Robert's actions from 1993 until 1999 when he resumed spying. Apparently he was laying.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"That when Robert learned to drive down and took his driving test Howard bribe the testing officer to ensure that Robert would fail in an attempt to further destroy Robert self confidence and sense of worth. According to Vivian Robert was a quiet boy. The abuse caused him to withdraw further. He sought Solace and books was happiest in the safety and comfort of his bedroom palm reading a spy novel. However friends report that there was a sight of Robert that his parents weren't privy to his friends saw him as a risk-taker someone who would follow through on faith and crazy ideas. Someone who would have car races and Suburban streets from an early age. There were two sides of Robert Hansen. Howard had struggled to make ends meet as a police officer and wanted a better life for his son than he had. He wanted Robert to pursue a career in medicine after Robert graduated high school in nineteen sixty-two. He began the first of nine years of college education. He attended Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, nearly two hundred miles away from his childhood Chicago home page studied chemistry and Russian as well taking pre-med classes at his father's insistence. Robert hated his pre-med classes and he started to resent his father for pushing him into them. Robert did not want his father to visit him at college for fear that his father would do something to embarrass or distress him during one visit Howard spoke to reports professors and spoke badly about Robert. In nineteen sixty-six. He graduated with a bachelor's in chemistry and began applying for jobs after losing out on a position as a cryptographer for the National Security Agency. He went back to college Howard was determine that Robert would go into a medical field. But Robert had no interest in being a doctor and instead he decided to study chemistry at Northwestern dental school. He wasn't really interested in being a dentist either but he chose to compromise his happiness for the sake of pleasing his father. Well Robert was in college. He met Bernadette walk who was also known as Bonnie the pair met when Robert was working as a recreational therapist at a psychiatric facility with Robert in Bonny began dating and on August 10th 1968. The pair married Bonnie was a Roman Catholic and Robert who was raised Lutheran converted to his wife's religion month as well converting Robert joined his wife in Opus Dei a conservative Catholic group, despite an early incident of infidelity on Roberts part. The parent's stay together and went on to page six children together three daughters and three sons. Shortly after Robert and Bonnie were married after three years of dental classes. Robert decided to switch his major to business Howard was Furious, but Robert insisted that his happiness was worth the anger his father felt in nineteen seventy one. He received his MBA in accounting and information systems. Upon graduating from Northwestern Robert accepted a job at an accounting firm after working for the firm for a year. He followed in his Father's Footsteps something Howard never wanted and in 1972. He started working for the Chicago Police while working for the police department. He continued to use his accounting skills doing forensic accounting to try and uncover police corruption Robert Held this position at the police department for nearly four years before landing a job working for the FBI. On January 12th, nineteen seventy six Robert was sworn in as a secret agent for the FBI. Although the agents were not required to Robert chose to dress in dark suits and white shirts this formal dress sense was accompanied by a Stern demeanor and awkward interpersonal interactions other agents were not drawn to Robert and he was once again a loaner who drew from those around him. Robert was stationed in Gary Indiana where he was a criminal investigator in 1978. Robert was moved to New York and he began working for the FBI Soviet counter-intelligence unit. And in 1979 Robert made the decision to betray his country. He had become increasingly frustrated with the FBI office and the agency worked with and those feelings. Let him to his life of espionage. He started by sharing classified information with g r u a Soviet Military Intelligence Agency the package which was dropped to the Russians revealed the identity of an Choi agent who was working as a mole in the gru Dmitri polyakov who had been spying for the Americans from deep inside Gru for two decades was arrested and coccyx you did when his true identity was discovered. This wouldn't be the only information Robert would part with over a period of two years Robert continued to feed information to a Russians in exchange for money by the time his wife caught onto him in the early 1980s. Robert had received tens of thousands of dollars in exchange for information. According to Bonnie and a New York Times article. She entered the basement of their Scarsdale New York home where Robert was working Robert quickly covered up what he was working on which made Bonnie suspicious and she began asking questions Robert eventually confessed that he was working with the Russians but said that he was giving them incorrect information and was not actually giving them anything they could use this of course was not true but Bonnie trusted her husband and believed his confession Bonnie insisted that Robert confessed to their Opus Dei Affiliates priest. So the pair drove to meet with priest bucareli the priest told Robert that if you donated all the money that the Russians paid him to charity and promise not to work with him again, but she didn't have to tell the FBI what he had done. Robert agreed to this plan and body hoped he would stick to it when she asked about donating the money to charity Robert revealed that the sum he received was around 30000 off and most of it had already been spent Robert assured his wife that he would donate the money as promised little by little at times these payments appeared to cause financial hardship for patients and family, but Bonnie was fastidious about the payments being made no matter what In 1981 Robert was transferred from New York to Washington DC initially. He worked in the FBI's budget unit where he wasn't privy to any information that would interest fans. However before long he was working in the Soviet analytical unit with access to valuable National secrets in nineteen eighty-five Robert moved back to New York be a supervisor for a technical surveillance Squad while in this role Robert continue to have access to sensitive information pertaining to Russia. Bonnie would occasionally question Robert about whether or not he had gone back to spying for the Russians and each time Robert denied. This was the case Bonnie didn't push sings took her husband's word at face value Robert old Bonnie in nineteen eighty-five that he had finished making payments to charity and the couple purchased a modest and affordable three-bedroom home in Yorktown Heights. Bonnie leader said that the house was her idea. She wanted to home they could easily afford. So Robert would not have any Financial reason despite for the Russians again. Little did Bonnie know her husband was tempted back to spying and he hid it from her for the next fifteen years. The.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Neue Encounter

Neue Encounter

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Neue Encounter

"Compared to all my other ratings for movies. I have at fives. Dr Four and a half. But everything else for Nolan, has always been a five. So it's disappointing. It's not as good. Especially hyping it up all year. But I still I still enjoyed it. We're not in our readings yet though net we don't have starting. Marines. WanNa. Talk about good stuff now though, yes, and the very first thing the motherfucking cast. Those. Are Those are my notes? The the M. F. cast is what I wrote down. The most guests. Good stuff. Good Tasty Steph, delicious. The way that they carried this film. In a way that if I feel like any were anybody else. It would have just everything else that I didn't like about the movie. It would just been another one of those things I would have been like, oh, wow, that was that was bad. But he picked a really good cast John David. Washington. To Make Harry this film. He literally just carry this film on his back. I've only other movie. I've seen him in was spot clansman and it was great great and that, and now he's He's just a very he's very charismatic. He is very very. Yes. I feel like you can't dislike him because he just he's very I any time he's on screen. It's like cheese in because I'm like he's just a cool guy he's GonNa. Be. Like oh I would. I will give you a free starbucks. Is Very funny. This mood to I. I was expecting them to be like very serious. Yeah. Like 'cause in the all the trailers he's like either explaining tenant to Robert Hanssen, or just like a little action hero but no in his action scenes, he's pretty funny. I think like. I also love. To spoiler. WHO Just him. But Explained it. Yeah. We can't do any spoilers. It's OK behind we'll do a spoiler bonus episode. If we add pay patrons spoiler episode for the Patriots. Wow. That would be so cute. We should do that later when we have actual people. Pop them when people subscribe and like a movie comes out and be like spoiler episode. Boom Bonus episode smart. Smart ideas you were. You were here. Is Idea I. Next Gas. member. Robinson. Is. Always wait. I. Know. John David Washington. I just don't understand why no one talked about him I still just I'm confused. Like when everyone was talking about Robert Pattinson. Like when we talked about this previously like the like early early everyone was like raving about Roberts get so yeah When tenant was first showing overseas unlike critic screenings and stuff like that all the reviews were like, yeah have dependent. So gray he was the best of the movie Baba when he's not the main character, he's not the protagonist John David Washington's literal characters name in this he has no name, it's just the protagonist. And he Is Such a little nerd but yeah, Robinson does great but. John Dave Washington is the maker he's the. Movie. He's just he does that he does it does it well for for someone to be. Because you know how? I mean they're scenes where he's interacting with people but there's also I feel like times where he's just by himself. And disfiguring shutout and I feel like in some movies. That's Kinda boring and like you don't really care. But I feel like I care because I'm like, yeah. I. Want to know what's happening. To do those pull ups on that ladder? S. But yes. Okay. Going into Robert Pattinson also does well, obviously does yeah that doesn't mean deserted him. It doesn't because he does well, we're not comparing we're just. Saying everyone has equal. Power Power? Sign time. Robert Pens and wasn't the star of the show but he still didn't excellent performance 'cause robby. Benson is what batons and He's I think those are review sites were trying to build off of the Batman hype. High damage depends in high school they included him is that people would be like Oh Robert Pattinson. Some people are still very Not Anxious but. Toyed no, like they're they're still conflicted about his acting Stupid Yeah until I feel like people have to remind. Everyone that like? He did a good job. Guys like well, yeah. Because including headlines Around 'cause the critic screenings were like right after the Batman release his name was everywhere. So yeah it makes sense why they included him but still they they shouldn't have just thrown. Sunday Washington off to the side yeah. I look at so many things Robert Pattinson that might twitter now just offers his name the. It's like, Hey, here's what's new Robert Pattinson and I'm like thank you. I don't have to go searching. It's just readily available for me. Baby has vid The rules and wore mask. Dummy dummy. Yeah, and his great. There was a tweet that you saw. tweet that said like, oh, he doesn't have a very big role. He's one. More screen time of him or something like that. But this guy is literally like a very big important part of this movie that he's here like a majority of the time like he's maybe not in it for. Thirty minutes like just in the middle half a little bit. He's not in the very beginning, and then he disappears for a little bit for like another twenty minutes maybe and then bill. Arrested movie and he plays a huge role. He is very important. Yeah. So I don't know what that person was tweeting about I. Think they watch the Yes they were like. That big of a role. He was barely in it, but he's he's very many I literally in the middle of watching the movie neck was like. Did that did that person really say he's not in the move because he's clearly all over this movie. Butler I I really liked his character as well. Like. I. Wish. I mean I guess this goes into our next thing but like I just wish I knew more about the people. Of South Okay well, we'll get into that after mentioned the third third cast member Very Elizabeth DeBakey. DeBakey. DeBakey. Harvey said that she Three doesn't matter. which also I saw someone posts on letterbox and they were like this, which is six foot three like how she getting abused by her ugly husband. It was something that I was like them. She. She is pretty tall woman how she could definitely step on him. She. There's a scene where she's standing with like when she first meets John Dude Washington's character and he's literally dwarfed by her. It was interesting to see that because most of them movies would probably like give him they would. They would do something to make it look like they were equal. Yeah. At least they would either because I'm pretty sure she's even heels in that scene too. Yeah. So she's even taller so they would either put lifts in his shoes so that he is he's taller. Yeah or put him like on top of the stairs or something something stupid like that. The made no. Maybe. He was like, no letter be Tom. Because he's cute like that. So. Yeah. 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Boston: Rhode Island man wounded, Massachusetts man arrested after casino stabbing

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: Rhode Island man wounded, Massachusetts man arrested after casino stabbing

"A Massachusetts man charged with misdemeanors in connection with the stabbing of a Rhode Island man the victim stabbed shortly after one AM Saturday morning at a bar at Foxwoods resort casino authorities say the victim thirty four year old Donovan Alves of Providence in stable condition at a hospital in Norwich police charging forty year old Robert Hanssen Chicopee with third degree assault which is a misdemeanor officials say Haynes was not though charged with the

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"What he saw the tree and he fell in love I said to the owner how much will it cost to buy this street and the owner said all that little tree I'll give a cheer for a quarter and the man said that's just right in the region is Robert Hanssen hold out a shiny quarter and gave it to them he picked up the little tree in his arms and took it home when he arrived home his family was collided with a little trees there was going to be a happy Christmas to all everyone in the family it was Christmas tree they are very bull trademark thing and everything I'm not gonna tell you how to do it that was great too many items your loss will joviality there that's a little I thank I don't think you're hitting the alliteration just from what I heard from the other room I think I like the middle on the second in a one right three.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That is the I don't know what you're drinking over there I don't know what that's like thirty from newsies that needs to put one of those hats on this covers perfectly there yeah all that you're kidding right we really like it I'm glad the guys are making different choices they don't look all the same she they'll try something new dawn she's not kidding where she is not gel I like him well actually like this yeah home man it only by your name yeah man exams guys I do like yes that is that doesn't surprise me but this ugly **** lack because he's got a great jawline not every guy can have long hair and not every guy can pull off a bowl cut no one can no the back of the buster brown no he looks like his his Paul got a hold of flow be it is bad girl and I nobody is going to be running in the great clips asking for the ten of the salamander okay well definitely the Robert Hanssen no okay maybe both I'll take Pattinson's over yeah so good tell me the good looking guy but that is all hideous that like left my lip and hair form an evil character were not supposed to like I want because one time still give characters ugly hair cuts see you hate it because they're all with their attitude and personality yeah yeah good question I'm not sure of the answer there other than Timothy Salameh's hair cut everyone's talking about Leslie Jones hosting supermarket sweep yes green this amazing I'm just glad supermarket sweep is coming back I'm sick of watching the reruns on buzzer on the weekend yeah I love the shows we did produce and meats yes and she is perfect because you know they announces she's leaving SNL so we are sad about that but then literally five minutes after I read that headline then I read a happy headline that one of the projects that is forcing her to leave or the catalyst for her leaving is the reboot of supermarket sweep she is going to be the perfect host for that yes yes no matter how much climbing and laughing it's can we be on that show I would love to.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"Robert Hanssen three years after Hansen was sentenced someone brutally murdered Nancy Newman and her two young daughters in their home in Anchorage while discussing Hansen's reign of terror. I pointed out how the sloppy police work and shoddy judicial decisions during Hansen's earlier crimes allowed a monster to remain free to hunt women the the investigation of the Newman family murders three years later however is a story about a police force and a crime lab working together imperfect perfect harmony. I am amazed by how far the Anchorage Police Force and the state crime lab progressed in only three years. There's people moved to Alaska for a variety of reasons including adventure the chance to make good money life in the Wilderness and to escape the problems in their lives. Alaska is not a good refuge for people with serious issues though winters winters are harsh and the endless winter nights can be depressing. If a person has psychological problems to begin with they are likely to get worse in in Alaska Kirby. Anthony was so flawed before he moved to Alaska. It's difficult to say whether his condition worsened once he lived here for for a while but from his actions we can guess it dead Nancy Newman and.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:46 min | 3 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on KTRH

"Just before the bottom of the hour. We were talking with John Douglas about serial killer police officers in that motif gets used all the time doesn't it about, you know, mostly in works of fiction about you. And I were not so different. You know, the killer tells the cop and the cop feels wonder one way or another about it. And but that to -ality, I think the idea the, you know, cops and robbers that they're much more connected than they more commonly. Don't where are you with that? You were just talking about a case of a police officer who had committed serious crimes using the the cover of the badge. We didn't have a whole lot of those cases the head of a case out of San Diego. Where was a a police officer who would teach rape prevention ended up being a a rapist, and we're able to link him forensically through a bad the fibers from the basical bad, we're on the victims. And then we got into the interrogation able to get a concession out of him. A big one that we did part of our thirty six serial killers. In the initial study was got him Gerald Shafer in Florida, he balance from department to department small departments, and and would get rid of him. But they give him a good recommendation. Just so they can get get rid of him. He ended up getting caught. He he picked up two girls hitchhiking in his police vehicle took them through a motel later on it came back the next day to pick them up in his personal car on his personal car. He had a trailer hitch and his thing would be sex. Jewel hanging. So he took these girls out. No, no, no. Hi, up girls got away got away. And then the rest was made. Then the search search was done of residents. We had diaries where he wrote about some freedoms crimes at the police never really tied anything to him. They found some Keith the longing to victims as well in search warrant. So he was good. He was convicted them onto they Lincoln Lincoln about thirty thirty homicides, and he was killed in nineteen ninety-five. Another inmate stabbed today in prison out in Florida. So when you hear that would you hear something like that does that bring you some sense of relief for or Justice, or how do you how do you process that? Yeah. I I have when it comes to death valley. I've changed a little bit a little bit. Here. I was on a panel two weeks ago, New York with Amanda Knox. I helped him the Knox get out of prison in Italy. And also heard of the case the west Memphis three. Oh, yeah. Totally. Yeah. I felt that case very close. And so I helped David was on the power. And Joe Berlinger was on the panel with mix. I helped him get out of prison with Peter Jackson director Lord of the rings. Brought me in at the time. Everything was secret along with this group of forensic, you know, experts. So you see cases like that. And now that I'm out of the bureau. I I couldn't do these kind of cases in the bureau, but now out of the bureau, I've been helping on cases where I I see false. Confessions have been given by innocent people wrongful wrongful convictions like in the west Memphis three like Amanda Knox with where they bring in a tag team to the case. A man that I in. Ten police officers. Detectives who were interrogator attack team over forty hours to break down. And I always say an innocent person is easy to ensure gate than than the criminal himself or herself because the innocent person when they're curated like this by some say corrupt the investigator. They think that the person being targeted this will be over here. The truth will come out. I get my attorney they'll know that. But meanwhile, you can fast or you've you've signed a confession and problem too. Is that it should be required everywhere, including FBI FBI doesn't use. This is is the tape taped the interrogation tape, the interviews, and I mean from the beginning to the end not not turning the tape record hot after you got the confession because you've made or a scrupulous. Cop me, right. Facts of the case. Now, you regurgitating back. So all the jurors will hear is. Oh, yeah. Person. He knew everything about the case. Zoe. Him. Right. So. I changed when I see these predatory types, and there's all kinds of evidence that we have all. Not just I witnessed testimony or some jailhouse snitch or something like that. That. I I I worry that. I get a lot of calls from people are saying in because my attitude when I when people would say. Prisons are fully innocent. It is, you know, people kind of sarcastically. But there we have a case in Virginia Norfolk four four four navy then independently confessed to a crime that nothing to do with and they got a concession. But then his DNA didn't match. But then they got him to give another navy, man. Name cough up a name. They did an interrogation the DNA to match four four. And the guys went to prison for years, and they finally got out not too many years ago. Joseph in Boston has a follow up question about police officers. Don't know why Joseph you're talking with John Douglas on coast to coast AM. Computer? We have a police officer. Can you give your contact info out of the end? 'cause I don't I'm not to in case people need we have a lot of people in prison that are innocent. What does one do it's going to be questioned because I know police officer personally, I saw the video that killed a guy that was in a fire. He he wasn't response. He blood all over this. And he was doing this. In the witnesses said he did nothing. Then there were other police officers Ozark as the guy on the ground nineteen times has and if we ever get arrested. What should we do for innocent and questions? Go ahead. You don't talk. I don't care if it's you're pulled over for traffic. Stop. I would tell my own children as you go and say, I want to have an attorney. We'll have an attorney, you know, represent right away. Is a small percentage every look at the FBI as well. We have a we have it. We'll have David Hanson. Robert Hanssen new information, you you know, to Russia view. It's. I mean, you should not be taken to a room you should require request. You wanna speak to your to your attorney as soon as as soon as right away. You're innocent. This will come out. But, but you know, you can manipulate the manipulate someone even the confessed to be browbeaten and a lot of innocent people won't request an attorney. They don't because they think explain it to them. And but the tactics that us. You can be vulnerable. I mean, I've seen so many cases and or people. Even like. Stage with her. So people think she's guilty. There was no forensic evidence. Lincoln case, it was one guy day is bloody prints thing. Prince the fecal matter in the toilet. It's him. It's nine Amanda. It's not Rafael's the boyfriend nothing nothing the west Memphis three they interrogate a kid with a seventy two I q you told them. There was cheese on the moon any would've agreed with you. And they broke them. You know, the broke this down. He had nothing nothing to do. None. None of them out of the crime. But he spent eighteen years in prison Damian spent ten on death row when they were finally freed. And fortunately the ice. I spoke to the that the district attorney, and he says what do they want what they want? They want to be exonerated. And he says, well, I don't know about that. Yeah. Well, I don't know. And I turned out why didn't know about exonerating because he was running for political office. Right. And he votes for you know, this is so interesting we're talking with John Douglas. You'll have a few more minutes, and then we'll get to open lines. But I'm going to. I'm gonna ask you at the very end of follow up question from this. But first, let's get to sue in Atlanta on wildcard line on coast to coast AM for John Douglas, sue. Thanks for the completely.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:44 min | 3 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"With speaker Gingrich. He's busy, you know, jetting off to Roman hanging out with the pope. And of course, there's wonderful wife Callisto now, very key role. The Vatican note, it's been way too long. Have you been here? One time condemning great I have to say. I heard this thing about Biden confusing career Somme with Margaret Thatcher. Yes, she he had a list. He he said in Columbia, South Carolina at a campaign rally and new I don't mean to to mock here, but the rally had about one hundred eighty three people. I mean, it was like this tiny little Eric like three rows of bleachers. It was so sad. It was they were holding up Biden signs and trying to be as enthusiastic as they could for such a small crowd and he shared among other things among calling President Trump a clown and a no good SOB. He he asserted that quote, fourteen heads of state have contacted him and voiced deep concerns about Trump. That list included, Margaret Thatcher. Now. You have to wonder how many of them called him from the afterlife, Thomas, Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson. Call. I mean. Might have called him. I mean number of people. When he was up these long walks claim. So who knows what kind of electric wave appear suddenly communicate with them. You know this. This is what I believe he will collapse as a kid because every time he's run twice before. He's a nice guy. You don't pay attention to listen to. The minute you stop paying attention to realize that he's just a well, there's a very countries weird. And I love our seniors. I wanna be senior I want to be ninety nine God willing to keep my good health. I hope but he will be seventy eight on inauguration day. He'd be eighty two. We've never had a president that old. And at the end of the day. I don't know if Americans are ready to roll the dice on somebody who I mean, listen there are seventy five eighty year old seniors who are as sharp as a tack. I'm not thinking that that believing that Mark Margaret Thatcher called him to complain about. Trump indicates. You're you're particularly sharp. You know? Well, I think there's only one thing you can say what he did correct himself. He did he did send. He said it was a Freudian slip. Thing about by he'd been since he was young. Remember, he dropped out of the first place because he stole milk expe-. Right. The labor party leader. Ordinary speech about these childhood and buying just pick the whole thing up music, and people pointed out that you know, Biden was citing kids childhood is. And you know, people people could credit tire paragraphs that he had apparently memorize right, right? I mean, you can't make this up. Strain a couple of weeks ago somebody it was Ben Shapiro on. Fox News said all the Democrats have to do is not be crazy. And Newt they can't keep out of the crazy train. They everything is one thing is crazier than another out. Green on TV on NBC saying we have to impeach Trump. So he can't get reelected. That's again that's toward be melodramatic. That's like a coup. Impeach to prevent the people choosing to re elect a president. And they're saying it on national TV. I think what's happened is that. The left Democratic Party only goes to meetings with it self and it talks himself out on the limbs and talk yourself out onto twigs. And when you watch it it's just I mean, it's really hard to understand. But that's what have gotten. I'm actually what he went newsletter for Wednesday on the notion. That was little frightening is. The worst they're doing and they have a whole series of issues that are like fifteen percent issues when you talk about killing babies after the board fifteen cents you when you talk about letting convicted murderers vote vote, and that's about nineteen percent issue. Tearing down existing border walls, ranked I wonder tearing down the walls that are already Beto Aurore open borders open borders about fifteen percent nice. So when you take wouldn't take all that they've decided to do I think this is the point of writing is they've decided that they're gonna try to win the argument, which is great, Margaret Thatcher. Quote, the push to win the argument. Anyone the vote is going to cancel the argument. So for example, if you're a real conservative union at the on Twitter much longer if you don't do what the California legislature once you may not be on the primary ballot next spring to somebody. I'd never heard of before and you can go to Kinshasa case, you know, a little of what they did the cavenaugh which is what they did earlier declaring some which is what he did earlier to to Bork. That is you know, if we can't beat you. We'll just new. Now, I will utterly silence. You you know, you mentioned the social media controversy from last week and all this happening with with conservative figures and other provocateurs if you will who are getting band, I didn't realize this they'll ban people who show support for those figures. So it's not just the individual figures that they ban like Milo Yannopoulos and these others. This Paula Joseph watching if you support them on your social media feed, then they ban you too. Think about the notion you James, which is a pretty darn well-known accurate zone. Right. Right. And he's been knocked off of Twitter, right because he quoted somebody else, and there was there was a quote in some historic reference about hang them all or something in that got turned into that got turned twisted into a threat of an implicit threat of violence. This is why I voided. I can't stand even go down. Go ahead. If you're on the left. How vicious and how hostile they can be about members of the Trump though, the president just said that he tweeted out this morning that the Democrats just don't play fair and it studying just how bad it is new Gingrich's with us got a dive into collusion novel. I cannot wait to get my hands on it, especially with the title collusion. A novel before you talk about the premise of the book, tell us why you're in this wonderful chapter of your life where you're in your writing fiction as opposed to all the nonfiction work. You've done over the years. Both. I have a book on China. It's nonfiction that'll come out not Tober. But I think they're telling you can say things in novels, and I've seventy eight now say things novels that both entertain and educate and kind of fascinating and people I think are often willing to sort of learn when they're being entertained. They don't wanna learn if they're being more than so collusion started from the standpoint that there are Americans who have colluded with the Russians. If you look at Robert Hanssen, for example, if the agent over twenty five years spying for the Russians you look at at aims, the CIA twenty years thing, you know, you look at you look at algebra Hess. Who was the third ranking member in the State Department, and when he went to y'all get a secret meeting with Stalin was given the highest award for civilian in the Soviet Union for having served a Russia so wonderfully, well, he was the number three guys state. So collusion's have occurred. And then we take that to the degree to which the Russians like poisoning, and the number of people that they have poisoned the effort. They put in before we had a really do a podcast at neutral and last Sunday's podcast. We could go was an expert from the CIA talking about what it was like twenty two. People out of Moscow when the Russians want to try to kill him. And then he went on to talk about the experience dealing with poisons in the way, the Russians poison people in this week we had to come by doctors talking about opioids in combat in the challenge of finding a non addictive way of dealing with pain. And the reason that matters is in our book collusion with a navy seal who is in a helicopter crash in combat operation in dealing with the pain. He also ends up getting an opioid addiction and history to try to deal with addiction while he's also serving his country. And so we we have these two doctors come on and talk about the real underway with the.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Attorney general would make that kind of statement. I think it is in many ways disrespectful to them. Men and women who work in the Justice department, and it shows I think either a lack of understanding or willful ignorance of what goes into counterintelligence investigation. Right. Robert Hanssen used to head up those counterintelligence investigation. Come on. Senator Warner come on who you fool in here. Who you really how about Mike in Springfield, Mike, you're on WBAL? Thanks, larry. Happy to see. You don't have any strong feelings. Exercised about well. You know, what Mike it's funny? You should say that I've been covering this story since the day, you know, this this program began this three hour program began about five days before CNN and BuzzFeed dropped the Russian dossier. I feel like this whole story has been a part of our programming since the beginning. And this is such a big turning point. I think in that. Yeah. I'm pretty passionate about it. I just wanna touch base. Thank you did in some other callers. I was I was in highschool during Watergate, and you're right resulting in the resignation of a president. That's certainly serious. But as it happened unfolded. I remember thinking, well, this is just thirty political stuff in this happened. There wasn't a case where the tension. We have FBI DOJ will now five accord, and whatever wherever you wanna you spying surveilling monitoring private citizens to me, this is huge. And I said is it's just important to look. Look at it. My words.

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Stormy Daniels arrested while performing in Ohio, her lawyer says

John Batchelor

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Stormy Daniels arrested while performing in Ohio, her lawyer says

"Manafort downgraded stormy arrested i'm elliot francis a federal judge is ordering former trump campaign chair paul manafort to be transferred from his current jail and warsaw virginia where he reportedly had his own private room phone and laptop correspondent brian todd tells where he's headed the alexandria detention center has housed high profile inmates like nine eleven conspirators zachariah moussaoui and russian spy robert hanssen officials tell c n n manafort would likely be placed in protective custody with no interaction with other inmates even though they had previously requested that he be moved manafort's lawyers now say they want him to stay put because of the quote challenges he will face adjusting to a new place of confinement just before his try stormy daniels lawyer says the porn actress has been arrested at an ohio strip club accused of leading patrons touch her a violation of state law like eleven says daniels was taken into custody during a show in columbus ohio claims during the performance and patrons touched her in a quote don sexual way ohio law prohibits anyone who wasn't a family member to touch a nude or semi nude dancer bonetti call the arrest a complete setup founder in public face of papa john's has resigned as the company's chairman in the wake of reports he used a racial slur during a conference call in may sierra crawford explains schnatter's come forward and apologized for using the n word during a media training exercise designed to prevent public relations flare ups saying regardless of the context of language he used was inappropriate in hurtful however is not the first time the pizza chain has landed in hot water schneider also resigned as ceo late last year after he attributed declining sales to the nfl allowing players to new during the national anthem in protests of racial injustice the company says it will appoint a new chairman in the coming weeks i'm sierra crawford nevada battling the largest wildfire in the country the martin fires burned over four.

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Sierra Crawford, Nevada and Nfl discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Sierra Crawford, Nevada and Nfl discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Downgraded stormy arrested i'm elliot francis a federal judge is ordering former trump campaign chair paul manafort to be transferred from his current jail in warsaw virginia where he reportedly had his own private room phone and laptop correspondent brian todd tells where he's headed the alexandra detention center has housed high profile inmates like nine eleven conspirators zachariah moussaoui and russian spy robert hanssen officials there tell cnn manafort would likely be placed in protective custody with no interaction with other inmates even though they had previously requested that he be moved manafort's lawyers now say they want him to stay put because of the quote challenges he will face in adjusting to a new place of confinement just before his trial stormy daniels lawyer says the porn actress has been arrested at an ohio strip club accused of leading patrons toucher a violation of state law mike levin eddie says daniels was taken into custody during a show in columbus ohio claims during the performance and patrons touched her in a quote don sexual way ohio law prohibits anyone who was in a family member to touch a nude or semi nude dancer an anti call the arrest a complete setup the public face of papa john's has resigned as the company's chairman in the wake of reports he used a racial slur during a conference call in may sierra crawford explains come forward and apologize for using the n word during a media training exercise designed to prevent public relations flare ups saying regardless of the context of language he used was inappropriate in hurtful however is not the first time the pizza chain has landed in hot water schneider also resigned as ceo late last year after he attributed declining sales to the nfl allowing players to kneel during the national anthem in protests of racial injustice the company says it will point new chairman in the coming weeks i'm sierra crawford who's in nevada battling the largest wildfire in.

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