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

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 6 months 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 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"More about them as I had made my trips down to Porto Rico in the end now months after hurricane Maria and got a chance to travel down with the team the presidents and the chair elect of the board and other staff members to see what they do in the impact that was being made and then had multiple opportunities to go down with them and eventually deciding that this organization I believe in it so much that I wanted to be a part of it and I'd join the advisory board of brothers brother just love the commitment I love the backstory I I love the the story of the founder Dr Robert Hanssen and what his attitude was to giving back the ingenuity that he had the creativity that he had and the lives that have been saved as a result of his work and developing the ability to inoculate people without using a needle the tens of thousands hundreds of thousands maybe millions of lives have been saved and then you look at the sixty plus years that they've been around and making donations to upwards of one hundred what I think it's almost sixty countries around the world thousands of tons of medical supplies food relief supplies educational supplies to people all over the world as well and it's to think it's right here in our own backyard right here in Pittsburgh on the north shore and I would encourage you to go and check them out for yourself brothers brother foundation upon his brother foundation dot org is the website you can find him on Facebook as well and it will get to more.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:51 min | 1 year 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 NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Message from HUD and the national fair housing alliance. Cybersecurity expert Neil issuing his account of taking down the first Russian cyber spy in FBI mole in his book grey day. He joins us in Washington. Thanks for talking. With us is Steve it's great to be here. So tell me a little bit about this situation. Back in the early two thousands. Right. What happened? How did you involved? Yes. Robert Hanssen to go way back was arguably the worst buying US history. And certainly the worst by from within the FBI USA FBI. Agent senior FBI agent who had worked in counter intelligence for the FBI for most of his career. So he was a spy hunter. And he sold out to the Russian in during that time gave up some of the worst secrets that have been given to a foreign power including secrets about our nuclear arsenal. About our continuity of government plan undercover operations are spies who were executed or imprisoned in Moscow because he gave them up, and we had we were on this major hunt for him by we I mean, the FBI and the entire rest of the intelligence community looking for the spy who is code named grey suit. And at the very end of this case at the end of his career almost a former KGB intelligence officer sold a small file of material to the FBI that put us on Robert Hanssen. And so for the first time, the FBI had this gut wrenching feeling of the mall. We've been after all this time isn't where we were looking. It's right in our own home. And so the. Scrambled to create an operation. With the goal to get him in an area where he would continue to spy, and we could catch him red handed. Spikes, we control the situation put them in a room and ninety nine thirty headquarters building. Asked him to run. This new section in the FBI that was going to be doing cybersecurity for the FBI who's going to build our ability to protect the FBI, which sounded really good. If you're the nation's first cyber Cyberspot, and this is obviously a setup all a setup, and they needed somebody to work in that room with them to gauge him in conversation and to learn whether he was the spy we were after all these years. And if he was how do we catch him and that turned out to be me what happened? Well, I managed to accomplish all the goals. I I made them comfortable. And I think at some point he came to trust me. And then I started working the issue. I started looking for clues. And it turns out that he kept all the clues we needed on a personal data assistant upon pilot. And I was able to get it away from him. I was able to grab the palm pilot out of his bag run down three flights of stairs. Get it copied. And then get back just before he walked back in the room. And what happened to Robert Hanssen, so Hanson will serve the rest of his life without any opportunity for parole in supermax prison in Florence Colorado. He has a lifetime of interrogation and the goal, of course, for the FBI as we need to know what he did and fix it. So the more the FBI can speak to Hansen the more. It can repair all the damage. He did when we talk about damage potentially from cyber-attacks how concerned are you? Wendy your ears perk up when you hear about a mysterious cyberattack, especially affecting US government institution. I am very much worried about cyber attacks. Now. In fact, a good fem- of the book grey day is that there are no hackers. There are only spies hacking is nothing more than the evolution of espionage. As we took all of that information that matters to foreign intelligence services. And we took it out of paper and file cabinets, and we digitized it and put it in computer systems, those spies he used to send in the moles and the trusted insiders had to evolve and they took over to become the hackers. They are the cyber spies. The hackers are all my friends from the eighties who are working for cyber security companies now, so we need to get smart as a nation. In stopping spies. We need to think of cybersecurity as counterintelligence as stopping the spice where trying to steal those secrets they want which is that data. Yeah. But playing devil's advocate here this has been going on for decades. Why are we still suffering these damaging attacks if we're so smart why can't we do anything about? It is amazing one. We started from behind. So we weren't ready for the aggressive cyber attacks. We're seeing now America won the Cold War. But Russia never stop fighting. All they did was change their attack power. They went from arming themselves and trying to arm faster than us to from the nuclear weapons into cyber attacks and building cyberattack tools. They started their first attacks in the eighties. And they've continued ever since they have now perfected their craft and today we've made information so prevalent and easy to access that it's like a field day, I spies especially with the advent of social media, which has been a major game changer. And of course, it's not just Russia. China is in on it. And I was looking at the data from from I worked with a cyber security company carbon black. We did a report recently looking at all of the attacks that have happened over the last number of years more than fifty percent of them come from both China and Russia, that's all attacks. So it is intelligence now, they're also cybercriminals, and we have to worry about them as well. Because now the new attacks on financial institutions, it's not guys with guns, robbing banks. You don't need to when you can break in using a computer system a new warning about cybersecurity from Eric O'Neill with the new book out grey day. Thanks, eric. Thank.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. President Trump basked among his supporters Thursday night in Grand Rapids, Michigan at his first rally since the conclusion of the Muller report. The Russia hoax is finally dead in front of his supporters for the first time since the end of the special counsel Russia collusion delusion is over President Trump kept his ear focused on Democrats who have their own investigations into him with Democrats have to now decide whether they will continue defrauding the public with ridiculous. Both. Singled out, the chairman of the house intelligence committee little pencil neck. Adam Schiff earlier on Thursday House Republicans demanded shift resign as chairman of the committee. The president took it a step further tweeting he should be forced to resign from congress. I think it's unethical shift punched back, my colleagues may think it's okay. That the Russians offered dirt on a democratic candidate. For president is part of what was described as the Russian government's effort to help the Trump campaign. You might think that's okay. CBS news has learned Robert Muller's report is more than three hundred pages. Long. Total exoneration attorney general William bars four page summary of the report says Muller found no evidence of collusion, but could not exonerate the president on possible. Obstruction of Justice charges. Jim report, and we can draw our own conclusions. Democrats say they may subpoena. The report if it's not released by Tuesday, Laura, Podesta CBS news. We hear a lot about cyber attacks on the US, and it was a key focus special counsel, Robert Muller's probe leading to indictments of Russian operatives. Now, former FBI intelligence specialists and cybersecurity expert Neil issuing his account of taking down the first Russian cyber spy in FBI mole in his book grey day. He joins us in Washington. Thanks for talking with us. Steve it's great to be here. So tell me a little bit about this situation. Back in the early two thousands. Right. What happened? How did you get involved? Yes. Robert Hanssen to go way back was arguably the worst buying US history. And certainly the worst by from within the FBI US, a FBI agent senior FBI agent who had worked in counter intelligence for the FBI for most of his career. So he was a spy hunter. And he sold out to the Russians in during that time gave up some of the worst secrets that have been given to a foreign power including secrets about our nuclear arsenal. About our continuity of government plan undercover operations are spies who were executed or imprisoned in Moscow because he gave them up, and we we were on this major hunt for him. And by we I mean, the FBI and the entire rest of the intelligence community looking for this spy who was code named grey suit. And at the very end of this case at the end of his career almost a former KGB. Intelligence officer sold a small file of material to the FBI that put us on Robert Hanssen. And so for the first time, the FBI had this gut wrenching feeling of the mall. We've been after all this time isn't where we were looking. It's right in our own home. And so the FBI scrambled to create an operation. With the goal to get him in an area where he would continue to spy, and we catch him red handed. Spikes, we control the situation put them in a room ninety nine thirty headquarters building. Asked him to run. This new section in the FBI that was going to be doing cybersecurity for the FBI who's going to build our ability to protect the FBI, which sounded really good. If you're the nation's first cyber spy, and this is obviously a setup all set up, and they needed somebody to work in that room with them to gauge him in conversation and to learn whether he was the spy we were after all these years. And if he was how do we catch him and that turned out to be me what happened? Well, I managed to accomplish all the goals. I I made them comfortable. And I think at some point he came to trust me. And then I started working the issue. I started looking for clues. And it turns out that he kept all the clues we needed on a personal data assistant a palm pilot, and I was able to get it away from him. I was able to grab the palm pilot out of his bag run down three flights of stairs. Get copied and then get back just before he walked back in the room. And what happened to Robert Hanssen, so Hanson will serve the rest of his life without any opportunity for parole in supermax prison in Florence Colorado. He has a lifetime of interrogation and the goal, of course, for the FBI as we need to know what he did and fix it. So the more the FBI can speak to Hansen the more. It can repair all the damage. He did when we talk about damage potentially from cyber attacks. How concerned are you? You Wendy your ears perk up when you hear about a mysterious cyberattack, especially affecting US government institution. I am very much worried about cyber attacks. Now. In fact, a good theme of the book day is that there are no hackers. There are only spies hacking is nothing more than the evolution of espionage. As we took all of that information that matters to foreign intelligence services. And we took it out of paper and file cabinets, and we digitized it and put it in computer systems, those spies used to send in the moles and the trusted insiders had to evolve and they took over to become the hackers. They are the cyber spies. The hackers are all my friends from the eighties who are working for cybersecurity companies now, so we need to get smart as a nation in stopping spies. We need to think of cybersecurity as counterintelligence as stopping the spice where trying to steal those secrets they want which is that data playing, Dev. Advocate here. This has been going on for decades. Why are we still suffering these damaging attacks if we're so smart why can't we do anything about? It is amazing one. We started from behind. So we weren't ready for the aggressive cyber attacks. We're seeing now America won the Cold War, the Russian never stopped fighting all they did was change their attack powder. They went from arming themselves and trying to arm faster than us to from the nuclear weapons into cyber attacks and building cyberattack tools. They started their first attacks in the eighties. And they've continued ever since that they have now perfected their craft and today we've made information so prevalent and easy to access that it's like a field day, I spies especially with the advent of social media, which has been a major game changer. And of course, it's not just Russia. China is in on it. And I was looking at the data from from. I worked with a cyber security company carbon black. We did a report recently looking at all of the attacks that have happened over the last number of years more than fifty percent of them come from both China and Russia, that's all attacks. So it is intelligence now, they're also cybercriminals, and we have to worry about them as well. Because now the new attacks on financial institutions, it's not guys with guns, robbing banks. You don't need to when you can break in using a computer system, a new warning about cybersecurity from Eric O'Neill with a new book out great day. Thanks, eric. Thank you. Up next a bankrupt airline strands thousands of air travelers. It's definitely seen pay on the CBS news weekend roundup. From the Capital One Bank studios in Washington. This is the CBS news weekend roundup..

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Stormy Daniels arrested while performing in Ohio, her lawyer says

John Batchelor

01:54 min | 2 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 | 2 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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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Is it legal to go and scan a ancestry website for your dna right they're hiding the they're hiding the identity of the relative that did sign up for the website because they got because basically what they did was it pinged on their dna right and they went through their family tree to find the do that was age appropriate then they stake the guy out so just like hit one of his victims he's walking around god damn some keeps peiqi mug garbage cans because you don't someone's taking his garbage cancers to faulk pieces shit and you got fucking get him every time it can the police are watching him they wait until he leaves his whole scheduled down they go through his garbage they find some shift from his garbage that's how they get the dna match then they just like they did with robert hanssen where they sat and they just waited for him to come home and they said his biggest problems that they they when they arrested him he said wait i have a roast in the oven what a total maniac so to that point henry was talking about the marriages and i saw he was engaged a woman named bonnie in nineteen seventy bonnie marriage a different guy and there were some articles be like that's what triggered him and what have really clarify here bonnie did not start the did not start all of us have had our heartbroken have been broken up with like come on research detect bunny right they did the same they try to do the same thing every true crime book tries to make ted bundy broke up with his fucking girlfriend in college who said that she was too good for him and that was the impetus from then on that he killed women that looked like his ex girlfriend rose because she tried to say that she was too good for him and that's not why they kill.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Hit home for hanson yeah all of the records expunged and so on february twenty seventh nineteen eightyfour robert hanssen was sentenced to four hundred sixty one years in prison plus life when asked what he was going to do in prison he said i want to become a writer what i plan to do is get experienced by writing humorous stories then i'll alright my own story the story of the bad who loses his life at has to move in with two of his silly cousins and acute kids all and you know that house it was so pack it was like it was full of laughter and love learning oh my this guy but it wasn't to be as hanson spent most of his time as a prison barber oh no we have a little bit of inside information here one of our listeners apparently had a shitty cousin who did some time in seward correctional with hansen the shitty cousins the all the prisoners considered hanson just as sweet oh man that they all refer to as grandpa oh yeah sweet what a sweet old man so finally just a few years ago on august twenty first twenty fourteen robert hanssen died of natural causes still married to darla who never moved on after the heartbreak of unknowingly being married to the worst serial killer the great white north has ever seen while she stayed married to him i could be a whole christianity thing you never you never divorce no matter what all right well there it is the story of robert hanssen you know we don't even need the.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"And so on february sixteenth nineteen eightyfour hanson's attorneys called the prosecution and told them that hanson was ready to quote clear the decks all right right just as at ben with the great bus barn caper back in i wa robert hanssen offered to plead guilty and confess just so long as family was spared the publicity of being attached to the worst serial killer and alaskan history what if i just bleed guilty to burn down the bus barn again barred idle lille's abs opposed to say about it built that wouldn't here not murders really that's the sticking point here exchange for all that hanson gave investigators bodies and god damn does it sound like he was creepy when he did it hanson was taken out to each specific spot on his map by helicopter and was told to show the troopers at least approximate spots but when they let hanson loose they found that he was amazingly agile moving through the wilderness making it hard for them to even keep up almost like he was trying to escape no they had they had a trooper out there with a very high power pointed at him at all times to shoot him down if you tried hanson would bound through the snow on the way to each burial site like a dog and when he found the site he get down on his hands and knees and start digging in the snow with this tiny little pause there's obviously disconnection inside of himself from any sort of human behavior thing so we're became excited because he took it all like it's very similar henry.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"I can feel my cholesterol getting hired hiram so excited and there were other things coming in as well the troopers it started compared tire marks outside in near the remote cabins that have been burgled and compared to the tires on hanson's plane found that they were match because hand was the only guy in the area that had a plane with those types of tyre so the nets slowly circling robber hanson's getting more and more nervous becoming more and more like mr bean and the fucking bakery knocking over muffins all roberts never been clumsy with the croissants before and he's it's fine it's just gonna be steeled as soon and we need to make sure there's enough croissants for the oh my goodness then finally a woman recognized hanson when she went into his bakery to apply for a job and so she came forward and with that the burglaries and the profile the search warrant for hansen's house with finally grant all right after searching all day one of the cops lieutenant cass nick climbed into the attic to sift through the fiberglass insulation in a last ditch effort to find the murder why because they'd search this whole goddamn house and hadn't found anything those part of how his alibi fell apart to kabul showed up they picked him up at the bakery came in a little bit late he had spoken bakers had on they arrested him they put it into thing and he knew what was happening the wife was home these bunch of cop showed up the rated all how she is not what's going on the wife of his neighbor rolls over and says what are you guys doing they're like all robert hanssen being booked for murder.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Very surprised by that we're not gonna get no no yeah disturbing but then there was the matter of hanson's criminal record because remember he'd been picked up a few times before and you'd think the cops would look at the criminal record be like holy shit this guy done this before let's really go out and hard but the apd was in the process of transferring their records into a new computer system so when they checked hansen's name nothing came up or his record hadn't been to his record was like in the crack in between being transferred from the old system to the new system so as far as they knew robert hanson's record was a hundred percent clean secretary debbie i'm gonna read and shout to you what i'm reading on the paper type it into the competitor easy easy gary coleman forty eight is it cold man it's like it's cold in here and because i'm i'm in the room i'm also a cold man k c no anyway i never learned to do any of this these forty nine so at this point the cops started a call cindy paulson's credibility in the question they start asking her to take a polygraph test of course she was insulted she got pissed off she refused she said you know if if you don't believe me if you can't take what i've given you by giving you a full description of the car of the plane and the basement plus all the injuries he's like that enough i'm getting the fuck out of here you're you're not gonna believe me so i'm just gonna leave she obviously also had a very bad relationship with police officers she might be a sex worker and they they were all constantly at odds like the two communities because they just wouldn't let them live in peace essentially they couldn't work and two police officers had no respect for them and so that's why she couldn't be she couldn't figure out like she just didn't want to be involved in the investigation so the investigation was closed and that might have been the end of it giving robert hanssen permission once more to kill so you think if he ended here no more kills you think he.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Half truths assumptions and gross truncation no wait a second can we be sued for libel if you say the word gross truncation sounds like a weird disease but that's how a lot of these serial killer stories are it's not that the robert hanssen story isn't a good one it is it's just not movie good according to the movie the frozen ground which we know that for a fact yes they did however that didn't stop them for making a movie the will be speculation today but when we do engage we're gonna make sure you know what it is that we're doing we're gonna make sure you know that's what we're doing now in hansen said that when he started going out and picking up women he never actually intended to kill them and in fact he said it was never the plan to kill any of these women ever even while his body count was rising his excuse for everything was that he'd only kill his victims if they didn't do exactly what he wanted them to do things didn't go according to hansen's fantasy then that's when things go south and this is extremely common among serial killer specifically ones who crowns sex workers in order for them to feel okay with what they do because they do know the difference between right and wrong robert hanssen himself said he knew the difference between right and wrong these guys have to essentially create a betrayal that needs to be avenged you know that is one thing about baker's they know the difference between good and bad they do because once soggy bottom and crisp to it you could test the letters of butter pickles the bus because when he does.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"I was about to for multiple years if you do jackie late well stealing you get it you can actually keep it i will pay for it for you because it's obvious this is really important to you so for the crime stealing a chainsaw robert hanssen was sentenced to five years in prison he be back on the street in sixteen months and at about a year after that the murdering would begin expi that was what the they were super pissed about the chain so i mean i guess in alaska you use it for multiple things yeah yeah guess like stealing a horse in the wild west or something but they took that damn series lloyd could also be that the judge looked at the resume the resume he looked at the last few times like okay this guy has been arrested in question for this and got off he's been arrested in question for this and got all these different incidents different women you know this guy's just been getting away with shit so we're going to give him the maxim senate's that could have also it might be that the judge actually did give aby aby busted busted like fuck and face many times judges just look just being like i hate your fucking face in the way you're talking to throw the book at you no we don't know the real name of robert hansen's first victim in the first in a series of weird very alaskan names given to the unidentified victims of robert hanssen this first victim came to me known as any lease can honestly though there's a little there's a couple of these pronunciations that i love to know if it's real or or faint because i have no idea how to pronounce some of the these according to the frozen ground that was how it was pronounced clinton.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Him kidnapping her and have gun point yes i mean think but he's discussing what what she probably did was like you're cool like you could she probably had to lean in and try to manipulate him because that's what he did because then he kind of fell in love with her and did the thing because she switched reward a madonna and his mind and then you're going to see that a lot is emma where he would he would pick and choose who he murdered depending on how they reacted to him but one thing robin made sure everyone knew saying as often as she could there was a further deformity that robert hanssen was hiding from the world oh apparently robert hanson's dick was quote short but very large around earning him the nickname dimple dick for years to wish that it what i wanted to be which is hockey puck not happening with think about that they this like a logical nature of that which i think that people if you have a micro penis is not round like a dog muzzle we are digging your cops brought hanson in they did have one piece of evidence he'd used an alias to sign an at the motel with robin but that still gave cops a handwriting sample when they asked him to empty his wallet for comparison a little piece of paper with the name and address of robin patterson's father fluttered out onto the interrogation table you gotta think on this they got this guy dead to rights they got hard evidence that actually puts him at the scene but one of the cops argued that they needed a search warrant for the wallet saying that if they didn't get a search warrant four suspects wallet than the paper might be deemed inadmissible day were just trying to technically they were trying to cover their all their bases but also sound like they didn't want to do a lot of work and also robert hanssen ran goddamn bakery we're all the police got there fucking donuts out with them all the time which is the truth where it's like these cops knew this dude they knew that he was fucking insufferable nerd.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"You put in thomas the tank engine a porn hub some real weird stuff comes up all right let's burden one night while most of the town was attending a big basketball game robin in his underlings the opportunity distract they like the idea of in polka haunt the best basketball team is the generals from harlem globetrotters that's the t that goes on to play the harlem globetrotters the shit beat off who do you think wins in the jonestown boy or these polka polka hana's one geo wonder what the polka hana's high school mascot was something racist i think we we know so robert gang took a cana gas douse the bar and lit it on fire and bob who hadn't been kicked out of his volunteer fire department gig yet received double pleasure from the act when he got to return watch the whole thing burned the ground three of the school seven buses were rented rendered totally useless infuriating the school superintendent waldo mic also him biting his and will mic happen to be one of robert hanson's father's closest friend okay because that's what robert hanssen liked to do he just liked to poke his dad in the eye he liked to poke the town in the but in these little shitty nerdy ways all right well think about what call pans ram did call pens rim burnt down half a fucking school like called panzer as he was a kid was such already deadly predator than robert hanssen to me a part of what makes us robert hanssen unique leading up to the his his glaister crimes is how lame an unsuccessful a lot of his crimes were like and i think that's what driving him and drive towards a weird sort of serial killer perfection as that he kept fucking up and it would infuriate them.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Yes yes sir what the deal is sir and that's another kind of insulting to where people like yeah just yeah if you have to hard time you know maybe go to a professional and just kind of get it over with like no wanted to special i wanted to be the woman fall in love with it's like man you just every weight i just can't miss literally never special it is never once ever special the first having having sex is just it's just and usually ooh sorry ends with i'm sorry and the rest of the time hopefully doesn't end with i'm sorry because if it does end with i'm sorry you're on your way to becoming a serial killer every single time right so after basic training robert returned to polka haunt but the army had done nothing to temper the rage he'd felt for his school and everyone inside and to make matters worse the police chief took his junior police instructor rank away hardly because he was getting to be too fuck and old for that sort of thing what do you mean i'm thirty four years old junior police inspector no we all we all look at each other we've all no get the fuck outta night what does your nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen hundred wold yeah but it was also partly because the police chief had seen robert hanssen still at nineteen sitting in the back of his dad's bakery still throwing knives targets over and over and over again and the police chief actually came back and ask them so what do you what do you doing back here and rubber throwing knife goes see us on it that was and they get his bone marrow at and shooting truly silent right like like no one could ever hear you coming nobody could ever hear you and that's when the police chief is like you can't be a part of our whole operation you should've said additioning for the johnny carson show.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"April sixth of that stutter that robert had he could keep it under wraps well enough as he got older but it always came out when he felt as if he was losing control and it was just a constant presence when he was a kid for the father sparked chris hansen was a local baker in the i would town of polka hunt a town so boring they have whole heading on their wikipedia page about a big tornado that touched down outside of town a few years ago there was no deaths or destruction or even injuries or anything this is just really really big so the biggest news of the day was there's a storm near here no it was not even the biggest news of the day it was the biggest news the decade happened like in two thousand eleven well it's pretty cool tornado that's pretty good definitely pump up this is the birthplace of robert hanssen become one of those true crime meccas like ed gained small town just lead in no the only thing that they the only famous person they'd talk about two famous people on their we competed page it's it's an antiwar activists whose name i can't remember and a middling baseball player named larry bittner bittner about two point four or point two seven batting average better than me great that's okay it's fine but even though baking was the family business little robert wanted nothing to do with it although he was still forced to work there most days all while his father yelled at him for how worthless he was that's a problem well maybe if you stopped being worthless i mean honestly it gets out to a yelling we'll stop if you get to be a better baker bakery so this is four forty five in the morning.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"In america maybe in america just the best and and that was enough reason to write the movie that exchange right there because it was so loaded with these two guys coming from such different realities and they're both right and of course you always wanna have a bad guy with a completely defensible articulate point of view that makes your good guy have to step up and meet it and and that that that to me that was representative of that struggle that was a true story too absolutely and you wrote another true story and it was a movie that i loved i felt it didn't get enough attention and there's a movie called breach of thank you yeah that was it was was it robert hansen who was the story of robert hanssen who was working for the fbi for decades and spying for the russians for most of them it's good work if you can get it well it's particularly relevant topic now yes as as we speak with the controversies that are swirling the white house says as you know but they the cartridge that are in the right house now are it seems particularly linked to money it was funny that in breach i don't remember money being as big a centerpiece of the action like you never really discussed how much money he was getting he was getting money and he was certainly cost the united states a lot of money but that had more to do with the russians finding away to flatter a man who could be convinced by flattery and i don't know if you're a fan of the men occupying the white house at the moment but i believe the same dynamic is playing.

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"robert hanssen" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"robert hanssen" Discussed on WINS 1010

"President full funding of his border wall in order to avoid a government shutdown residents and we'll all do dreamers in return for the wall it gets a gifts for an answer meanwhile president trump is blaming democrats callers to the white house switchboard here a recording that says they cannot answer the phones because democrats are holding government funding hostage schumer says democrats can negotiate a deal with a president who changes his position from hour to hour wins news time 1205 now the official ten ten wins accuweather 4day forecast some drizzle a little fog overnight under a cloudy sky with a low expected around forty then a little spring like for the next few days mild again later today but cloudy and damp a little rainy at times too high forty eight tuesday will close in on a high of fifty nine that's almost a record rain tapers off in the afternoon than brisk and chillier wednesday as sun returns high forty two by thursday though it turns colder a high of only thirty four under partly sunny skies it is forty nine right now we have clouds is going down to forty in midtown bullets flew in midtown sunday only a few blocks from the empire state building in macy's three men were shot and wounded on busy west 31st street near herald square in the middle of the afternoon at least one of them was an innocent bystander according to the nypd deputy inspector robert hanssen the sl timeline of one of the males reaches the fyrom firing several rounds were the males the shearer knows fesso exhaust back slightly spelled on much 31st no arrests have been made yet the three victims oural at bellevue in stable condition apparently none of their injuries are lifethreatening authorities in central florida now say that there were two explosions in a shopping mall there on sunday both in the same area they describe the devices this pipe bombs late wales deputy police chief troy schultz's nobody was hurt but authorities did find a nearby backpack with what appeared to be other explosive devices inside bay bar market with here were bombed the character dog and our veto broke down any here fear of their bomb squad play remove the other barber third item that were in the.

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