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Arrest Made In Beating Of Elderly Man Riding On Miami Metromover
"Man who attacked in the elderly metro mover passenger appears to be over Miami police arresting 62 year old Robert Lee ribs for the weekend attack on 74 Year old is a ward of the Fernandez. Police, claiming their arrest report that ribs told officers for tonight has deserved the beating for calling him the N word and denouncing black lives matter. Police, however, claimed the attack was unprovoked. One of the charges against ribs is strong arm robbery. 9
Robert Fuller: Police Confirm Suicide Death of California Black Man Found Hanging in Tree in Palmdale, Los Angeles County
"Was not a crime. Detectives with the county sheriff's Department say all evidence reveals the man suffered from mental health issues over several years. Sheriff's investigators acknowledge the sensitivity of this investigation. June 10th the black man found hanging I'm a tree in Palmdale in a park. The victim was suspended by his neck from a braided rope tied directly to the tree branches accessible only from up in the tree, indicating that the victim was not hoisted. Commander Chris Mark's talking about the re review of this case. Robert Lee Roy Fuller, he says killed himself. Investigators observed several men EER scars on Mr Fuller's left wrist consistent with suicidal attempt says he had a long history of mental health problems. In February of 2019 Mr Fuller Admitted to a California hospital, reportedly hearing voices to kill himself, He says evidence at the scene reveals no signs of a struggle. The autopsy, no defensive wounds on Fuller's body, Craig Fichtner can extend 70 news radio investigators say they think glee actress Naya Rivera
Robert Lee Yates Pt. 1
"To the graphic nature of these killers crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen friends and neighbors knew Robert Lee. As an average joe he was quiet and unassuming to some acquaintances in his native spokane Washington. Yates was so remarkable that they didn't remember him at all. Yates was a decorated army helicopter. Pilot he was a father to five children. He enjoyed working with his cars which included his beloved white corvette. He lived a quiet unassuming life or so everyone thought. It soon became clear that despite Roberts mild matter nature he had a sinister side from nineteen seventy five until nine hundred ninety eight. He murdered at least seventeen people around Washington state. Soon this unassuming average Joe became spokane's most Torius resident. Hi I'm Greg Olsen and this is serial killers on the podcast network every Monday dive into the minds and madness of serial killers today. We're going to take a deep dive into the life of Robert Lee Gates a convicted murderer who killed sixteen women and one man in spokane Washington.
Woman says man held her against her will, forced her to watch 'Roots' to understand racism
"There's a fifty two year old guy named Robert Lee no no we No E. her man he's from cedar rapids Iowa he's been in an on again off again relationship for almost twenty years with the thirty seven year old woman named Jill Shelton on Monday night Jill was over at Robert's house and they got into an argument according to jail Robert threatened her older you sit here and watch roots so you can better understand your racism no try to talk about it being a racist and he said he'd kill or if he didn't all my god he's so this is her story yeah Robert is a black guy in jail as white it's not clear whether Robert for still to watch the original roots the mini series from seventy seven or the twenty sixteen remake didn't even know there was a mailer wow he was arrested for harassment false imprisonment here for someone to watch it well but she's dating him like you think you know and he's like look you some of the stuff you're saying his bomb amino month black history month two yes there is fully the stuff you're saying not right yeah I'm trying to help you
Woman says man held her against her will, forced her to watch 'Roots' to understand racism
"And in all you will man is facing charges today after he allegedly kidnapped a woman and forced her to watch the TV mini series roots is so that she would overcome her racism Robert Lee noise use force the woman to watch this series with him in cedar rapids and when she tried to leave the allegedly told her to sit down and watch or he would kill her and spread her body parts along the interstate the mini series based on the bestselling book chronicles slavery in America and no way now faces first degree harassment and false imprisonment
Woman says man held her against her will, forced her to watch 'Roots' to understand racism - NBC News
"The man held a female captive and forced her to watch roots so that she could better understand her racism according to a criminal complaint investigators allege that Robert Lee noisy fifty to a black man yesterday forced Jill Shelton thirty seven a white woman to sit with him and watch the program about slavery Shelton allegedly was held against her will inside a small cedar rapids home she has shared with the ma'am Shelton told Popo that when she tried to move he threatened her to remain seated and watch the movie with him or else he would kill her and spread her body parts across our three eighty on the way to Chicago see that's too much you can threaten the killer but threatening to then spread her body crop parts across to the highway that's too far
The Mcstay Family Murder: Setting the Scene
"The mcstay family had recently moved into their new house on on a nice cul de sac in fallbrook California Nets. At the time they disappeared. They had relocated from a beachside apartment in San Clemente. Joey and summer next day had been making plans working on home renovations when they stopped responding to texts and phone calls on February Fourth Twenty ten Joseph was forty he owned and operated earth inspired products misses a business at designed installed water fountains. It had been. Joey's dream to be self employed Loyd in order for him to spend as much time as possible with his sons Johnny h four and Joseph Junior h three. Joey's summer was a licensed assist real estate agent. She taken some time off in order to be a stay at home mother. Yeah and to work on the house. 'cause there was a lot of work to be done there. They big cleanser this house. Stay Dead Joey and summer had each been married once before when they met and according to friends they fell in love quickly and they were just crazy about each other and quite happy. So let's go into summer. Joey's history is a bit just to get a better understanding of who they were as people and who they were as a couple before this all happened. So Joey's birth name was Joseph Allen Ashley. His Mother Susan married his biological logical father. Robert Lee right out of high school but the marriage just didn't last very long at all. Susan then met Patrick mcstay. Nineteen in seventy one and Patrick was quite happy to take over his. Joey's father he and Susan married in nineteen seventy two. They were married and and Patrick adopted Joey with Robert. Ashley's permission which I found pretty interesting and with this adoption Joe. His name was legally changed to Joseph. Brian mcstay then in nineteen seventy-three. Joey's brother Michael was born. And Joey was a doting big brother. Who really love to help out with Michael's care but unfortunately Patrick and citizens marriage didn't last long either and they divorced in nineteen seventy five and and they would continue to have some back and forth issues over the years? Although Susan remarried and maintained custody of Joey and Michael the two boys did continue to spend in time with their father Patrick and for a while in his teens joey went to live with his dad in Dallas Texas. So according to Patrick the father he was is very close with Joey. A very good relationship is consistent adopted kid right right Berkeley her very good relationship. Well I mean. He came in pretty early in. Joey's life so there wasn't a lot of you know arguing back and forth about anything not a lot of that. You're not my real father stuff through now. Joey met his first wife Heather in nineteen ninety and they got married in nineteen ninety two in nineteen ninety six. They had a son now. Al Joanne Heather lift in San Clemente near the beach. Had his father's pretty wealthy Yona jewelry store in Laguna beach but he really likes Joey and he helped give his daughter just an absolutely beautiful wedding and before he met and married Heather Joe. It had several jobs he worked as a waiter and bartender. He also started his own small business designing and selling products now later. He began designing small waterfalls and fountains in his garage. He borrowed a little bit of money from his father opened a shop which he called Naturally Dana Point and by late nineteen ninety six was quite successful. He had made over two hundred thousand dollars in sales then he brought his brother Michael and open naturally DP fountains with the least warehouse for the production. So he's starting to move up a little bit here. Yes very hard worker very motivated. But Heather enjoys marriage. Rich fell apart and he found out that heather was having an affair and she had become pregnant by her lover but still he kind of blamed himself at least in part are because he'd been working a lot so he wasn't spending much time with her. He tried to work things out even told heather that he would happily raise the new baby as his own But it was too late. Heather was already in love with this other guy and she decided on a divorce but apparently this was devastating to joey. He was still in love with heather so he was pretty heartbroken and depressed any moved in with his mom and according to her he went through months and months of depression. He and his brother Michael continued to run the fountain business though and eventually they got together with a computer expert named Dan. Kavanagh Dan and help them build a website so they could begin doing their business as earth inspired products online so people could go online and order fountains so this is really opened up things for them then. Joey did meet summer. That was in two thousand four. They were introduced by. Joey's friend who was named macgyver. So I don't remember. He had enough his parents liked the TV show. It's a strange name choices in it or yeah so summer was just breaking up with her longtime boyfriend. Vic and Joey and summer's relationship moved fast but she was worried about how vic was going to react to her being with someone a new so soon she didn't own a house with vic and had to go through the legalities of getting her name off of the property in the mortgage and getting some money out of that so summer was a bit eccentric and she had been known by more than one name so this would end up causing a lot of speculation after the family's family's disappearance like what was going on with her. She was born Virginia Lisa Aranda and had also been known as SUMMER MARTELLI SUMMER ARANDA RANDOM MARTELLI LISA Aranda and Lisa Martelli Summers mom raised her and her two siblings on her own as a single mom in both California and Chicago and according to summer's mother Martelli was the surname of Summers Stepdad. Now another thing that summer did that would lead some people to question things was that she was also known to have taken some years off her age when speaking to people. But there's no evidence that she used this new birth date on any legal documents family members including her sister. Heavens suggested that her name changes were just her own preference and it wasn't anything anything to avoid any legal entanglements. She was just the kind of person who wanted to make up her own name. She went to live in California and be named summer and she did did. She did it so summer gave birth to Joey's first son Johnny in two thousand five and in less than two years later Joseph Junior was born a summer had an aversion to hospitals and both boys were delivered at home shortly after Joseph. Juniors born Joe in summer got married and this is a small ceremony in Orange County. The summer side of the family didn't attend. She didn't seem very close to family. And this worry. Joey's mother so the night before the wedding summer had called her family s and not to come to the wedding and stole his mom. Susan was never quite sure awesome redundant no but it seems like. Joey knew why he wasn't questioning it. So you know there were issues but what family doesn't have issues really. Were your those issues. His issues right and these were a little extraordinary. I guess but who knows what was going on and it was a small second marriage. So maybe it wasn't a big deal. Having family. There is a bigger deal to some people than others where I would put that as a priority. I'd like they're where my family at my wedding. Of course right. Yeah but not all. My family came to my wedding. We'll important one stood. Oh okay well. According to a lot of people though summer was very jealous of Joe his first wife Joey and heather shared custody of their son Jona. Joey's friends friends and family said that summer was very caring Jona even though she wasn't always thrilled with heather. Summer did complained to her sister. Tracy that heather would barge barge into their house regularly. You know even walking in when Joey's in the shower kind of weird and she would drop off Jona without calling ahead and just kind of expect. Expect summer to Babysit so summer was trying to get along and she put up with it at first but eventually she told Joey that she was going to have to break up and leave if he didn't set some boundaries with the ex wife now to me that seems totally reasonable for those to me too yeah. I'm not just a working or drop off daycare right. No Yeah and you're not married to him anymore. So what are you walking into the House for is if you live here. Durham my house. Yeah Komo Yard. That's right so I totally get that. I mean it's territorial thing if nothing else plus. It's disrespectful very disrespectful. To summer summer and to summer and Joey's relationship maybe not the best thing for Jona to see either possibly not
"robert lee" Discussed on Serial Killers
"So she rarely had to deal with his excessive flirting and other bad behaviors his time in Fort Rucker coincidentally aligned with the murder of -Tarian Corbett a nineteen year old transgender woman who was killed on August tenth nineteen eighteen ninety five. Some sources say she was a sex worker. Corbett was last seen at a nightspot in Dothan Alabama located twenty miles. South of Fort. Rucker Kerr the next morning. Corbett was found by an unidentified bystander in a remote area along the nearby chalk to achieve river she had been shot in the face several times times with a forty five caliber pistol at the time police theorize the murder may have a connection to Fort Rucker due its proximity but that was little more than a hunch and no leads ever materialized. It wasn't until decades later that Robert was considered a suspect in the case Dale County. Detectives were unable all to determine if Robert owned a forty five caliber pistol at the time but they knew he would have been familiar with the area due to his time on the military base. Though police consider Robert Robert Suspect. He was never formally charged with it eight days. After Corbett's murder Robert Graduated from an instructor pilot course at Fort Rucker on August Eighteenth nineteen ninety-five later that month he received a master army aviator badge which symbolized his fifteen years. That's a military helicopter pilot put. He'd been a pilot for the majority of his eighteen years in the service around. This time the army underwent a reduction enforces forty four year old. Robert accepted an incentive to leave the army after eighteen years of service. It was a shock to most people because Robert was only two years shy of the twenty year mark which is when he would qualify for full military retirement benefits back in Alabama police continued. CORBETT's murder investigation several sources have theorized sized data for upper did murder carpet. The investigation is most likely what caused Robert to leave. The army in Nineteen ninety-six Roberts deal allowed him to continue you. Receiving forty five percent of normal annual. Pay Likely around twenty thousand dollars a year during his eighteen year career Robert Earned and eleven honors including several Army Achievement Medals and Meritorious Service medals after retiring from the army in Nineteen ninety-six Roberts Front Algarotti not recalled. That Robert found a good deal on a home in spokane Washington. Robert moved his family into the new home in South Hill on a cul de sac with well manicured lawns. But this idyllic neighborhood was unsettling Lee close to the most notorious street in spokane will learn how that street got its CD reputation reputation in a moment now. Back to the story in nineteen ninety. Six Robert Lee Yates and his wife. Linda hoped there moved to spokane Washington. winton might rekindle their romance in their marriage. Although that wasn't the case Linden Robert Soon realized that they no longer felt the same about each other but they decided decided to stay together as they raised their five children. Linda said quote. The Romance was gone but I felt guilty about splitting up the family. The kids love their dad and I just kind of suffered through it and quote after leaving the service Robert found his military retirement. Package wasn't enough to support his children. He began to look for a new job but despite being an accomplished pilot has work. Experience wasn't directly applicable to the civilian workforce and he had trouble finding work work in September nineteen ninety six forty four year old. Robert took a job at Pantry Inc.. A company that assembled electronic instruments used in heavy Abbey Machinery petrol owner Tony Givens recalled quote. He was a good worker who mostly kept to himself. Nothing really stuck out about him. He was just an average average. Joe Pretty Quiet. I didn't talk to him much but he seemed friendly enough and quote. Once Robert had a steady income. He took up a new hobby at home. Cars cars he owned three Nineteen ninety-six Robert worked on the cars in wash them off and in the family's front yard. The entire neighborhood was familiar with his enthusiasm for cars and neighbors often joked that they wanted Robert to wash their cars to Robert hid behind his love of cars. Even his own child got a sense of his dark tendencies. One day in Nineteen ninety-six his now nineteen year old daughter. Sonia found her father's address book and looked look through it. She noticed it was filled with names of women she didn't recognize. Sonia started to go through the address book and call the Women One by one. She ask them if they knew her father and they each answered no when confronted about the address book. Robert told Sonya that he was buying used car parts from from the women named in the book. Even though the women said.
"robert lee" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Story around November Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety seven thirty four year olds sex worker. Linda mcavan told her friend Brian that she was scared of the spokane killer and that she she quote had an idea of who was killing the prostitutes and quote. Linda also told him she was afraid she would be the next one to be killed Brian. Brian was unsure of whether or not to take seriously see. Linda was a regular user of crack cocaine. According to the American addiction centers crack users often inexperience intense paranoia. That someone might be after them. Even while they're not high on the drug Bryan probably felt like his friend was merely being hyperbolic back on the night of November twenty second. He inland a plan to meet for dinner at their usual spot a diner. Brian sat down at a booth and waited for her. But after an hour rush she failed to show and Brian started to panic. His mind started racing with worst case scenarios. He prayed that his friend wasn't the latest victim of the spokane killer. He hurried over to Lind's apartment complex and pounded on her door. He was relieved when Linda finally answered half asleep but apologetic doc. Brian side gave her some time to get ready for dinner but just as they were about to leave together. Linda spotted a John. It was Robert. He requested her services and Linda obliged promising Brian. She'd be back in twenty minutes but something about Robert gave Brian a sinking feeling in his stomach. This guy was bad news. Brian tried to convince Linda to skip this one. He said he'd even pay for dinner to make up the income but Linda insisted assisted. Brian stood helplessly as he watched Linda. Get into Roberts Corvette. Brian later said quote. She told me to wait but she never ver- came back. The guy came back and said she went to work the street. I never saw or heard from her again and quote that night Robert Shot Linda once in the head and wrapped her head and two plastic bags then dumped turner field. The body wasn't found for months around that time Robert had a feeling. The police were catching onto him. He couldn't explain it. It was instinct so he devised a way to get out of spokane more frequently. At the time time he was enrolled in the National Guard to fly helicopters but had been grounded for over a year due to a lengthy clearance process despite not being on active duty. He was eligible to participate in any of the many training weakens. The National Guard held all over Washington state. During the first week of December Robert was at Fort Lewis. Listen to coma Washington that same weekend. The corpse of twenty four year old Melinda Mercer was found in a field in south Tacoma. She was stripped naked with four plastic bags wrapped around her head. She had been shot in the head three times. The strangest part of the murder was the fact that Melinda did not live in Tacoma. She was from Seattle forty five minutes North police theorize that whoever killed Melinda had done so up north before moving. Her body to a secondary location Gatien Tacoma. Police were also quick to notice the similarities between this murder and those occurring in spokane but before cops could make any headway. On Melinda's case ace Robert Left Tacoma to spend Christmas with his family in spokane about a week before Christmas. On December Sixteenth Nineteen ninety-seven Robert. Robert left his home to go Christmas shopping but first he took a detour. He rolled down East sprague in his white corvette looking for an ideal victim victim. He settled on thirty six year. Old Sex worker Sean. L. Johnson Robert had seen her before but never gotten the chance to pick her up today however however she had the time from the moment she stepped in the car. Robert knew he wanted to kill her. He waited until they were midway through sex to shoot her twice in the head. He quickly wrapped plastic bags around her head. It helped contain the blood in the car. He drove her out of the city to a spot near a sewage Treatment Plant the air around. The plant. Already smelled so foul. He figured nobody would find her body for quite some time. He dragged her out of the car and through through her lifeless body over the embankment. Then he looked down the road to another patch of earth it was the spot where he had dumped. Darla Scott's body a month ago he remembered her Mickey Mouse Shirt and smiled but the plant. It didn't end up being the safe hiding spot Robert imagined in fact Shawn's body. He was found a mere two days later. While maintenance worker Michael Connors spotted her at the bottom of the steep embankment haphazardly covered with leaves. After Shawn's body was discovered the police department was convinced that the recent string of sex worker killings were connected and formed the serial killer homicide aside task force. The biggest challenge for the task force sadly was public apathy. Detectives had irregularly asked the press to stop calling the deaths the prostitute murders because the public seemed to care less about the deaths of sex workers. Everson found that during her work at the Spokane County. HIV clinic thank sex workers were largely looked down upon and seen as lesser human beings. Everson said quote. You hear people say if the women weren't out working the streets this would not happen to them. They would not have been killed or hurt. That is a clear case of blaming the victim and quote despite this the Task Force got to work trying to catch this heinous killer. Meanwhile that killer was at home decorating a Christmas tree with his children and on Christmas Eve. Nineteen ninety-seven Robert was relaxing with his family. He might have been content to hang out at home all night but around five pm pm his wife sent him to pick up missing ingredients. She needed for Christmas dinner. He didn't intend to end up on these sprague avenue but at this point it was a force of habit habit. And that's when he noticed thirty nine year old. SEX WORKER SEAN mcclanahan. She was crying in the parking lot of a store called Rainbow Foods. He took pity on her and let her into his corvette mcclanahan had been struggling with her addiction to heroin. She planned to enrol in a Methadone program to get clean but the holiday season had been tough for her mcclanahan had separated from her husband on Thanksgiving at the time she was using about a gram of heroin a day Robert. It proved himself a good listener. And as a twisted thank you mcclanahan performed oral sex on him midway through he shot her twice. He wrapped two plastic bags around her head and drove to a lot on east fourteenth street. He carried her body out of the car and dumped it in a ditch but mcclanahan hands corpse didn't hit the ground. The way he'd been expecting he jumped into the ditch and almost laughed at what he saw. McLennan's body had landed atop another another corpse. A sex worker had dumped there a few days prior he felt a sick sense of pride. He was known in his neighborhood for having quite the sense of humor. And now as he could see the bodies were quite literally stacking up he blew the bodies kiss. Goodbye then zoomed off in his corvette it before another car could catch him then hurried home. He still had a few gifts to wrap for the kids before dinner. The other woman left in the ditch was thirty. One year old Laurel Wason. He had killed her in the same way he'd killed mcclanahan a few gunshots to the head which was subsequently wrapped in plastic Robert Aubert. Meanwhile continued to have a busy Christmas. He found more excuses to venture away from his family and drive down. East sprague avenue on Christmas. Dismiss Morning Robert picked up forty one year old sex worker sunny gale auster sunny had battled a cocaine addiction since she was seventeen years old which was also the age when she first became pregnant by the time she met Robert. She had two sons in their twenties. Both of whom tried their best to look after their mom sunny wanted to go to a drug treatment facility in spokane to try getting sober again. Sunny's family was rooting for her. They all felt like she was finally going to get sober. But despite her best efforts sunny soon fell off the wagon. She was discharged from a facility on October. First Nineteen Ninety seven. It's it's unclear as to where she was staying between October. First and Christmas Day. Perhaps out of embarrassment. She stopped contacting her family. The tried getting in touch with her but to no avail on December twenty. Four th nineteen ninety-seven. The oster family reported her missing the very next day she jumped in Roberts car are her. Fate was sealed on February eighth. Nineteen Ninety eight three locals. Were walking their dogs. In a wooded area near Spokane flooded flooded. The dog started to sniff at something under a clump of trees at the side of the road. The owner walked over to see what the canine had found close. Then she spotted to air step shoes strewn on the side of the road next. She spotted a foot then a hand on February tenth Tenth Nineteen Ninety Eight. The body was identified as sunny gale. auster the spokane killer had struck again a few months later on April first nineteen ninety eight. Linda Mavens body was finally found in a ditch fifty yards away from where mcclanahan and Laurel had been discovered. Her friend friend. Brian was absolutely heart stricken with grief. A part of him felt responsible like he could have done more to save her. He knew in his heart of hearts that he he had laid eyes on the killer but an eyewitness wasn't enough it would still be months before Robert was caught and the corpse of his next victim wouldn't be found for years. When we return Roberts most vulnerable victim now back to the story forty seven year? Old Robert Hurt. Yates encountered forty three year. Old Melody and Murphy in Spokane around May Twelfth Nineteen Ninety Eight. She was irregular around East Sprague Avenue and had known many of Roberts. Victims Melody regularly used heroin and ran a number of scams to support your habit for Goto was shoplifting. She she would then return. The merchandise for a cash. Refund Melody had two daughters with her longtime boyfriend Cap Davis they broke up in nineteen ninety two but Davison Davison Melody continued to do drugs together and melody frequently visited their daughters in his custody. One night in May nineteen ninety. Eight melody resorted to sex sex work on East sprague to make some quick money. Roberts White Corvette pulled up beside her. She got in not long after she. He was dead but this time. Robert didn't dump the body in an abandoned lot or grassy field. He chose a spot close to home. For whatever reason season Robert drove melodies corpse all the way to South Hill the suburb where his family lived. He pulled into his driveway. Robert dragged melodies body. auty onto the lawn. He grabbed a shovel and started digging. Robert Dug a three foot hole underneath his own bedroom window. He married her there and planted flowers in the soil to mask their freshly dug dirt according to forensic psychologist read Malloy Robert Buried Melody in his flowerbed bad as a means of controlling the victim even after her death malloy continued quote. You can continue in fantasy. The complete domination of her because she's buried in the ground below you it can be a sexual stimulus between killings and quote while Melodies Body Lay Beneath Roberts window. Police Lee struggled to locate her carbs despite not finding the body investigators included her in the serial killers list of victims even before they knew who the killer was police. Captain Doug Silver said quote because of the circumstances surrounding muffins disappearance her lifestyle and associates. We are now treating her case as a homicide and quote. The search for melody was widely covered by the media. It was all anyone talked about. This prompted Robert to do exactly glee. What police predicted? He listed his beloved White Corvette for sale. He offered it for about nine thousand dollars in May nineteen ninety eight. The price instantly caught the attention of Rita Jones who had long dreamed of owning a corvette..
"robert lee" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Now back to the story in one thousand nine hundred seventy five Robert Lee. Yates resigned from the Washington state penitentiary suddenly and without explanation but the real reason for his resignation in May have been related to his first two known murders on July thirteenth. Nineteen seventy five twenty one year old. Patrick Oliver and twenty two year old Susan. Savage were too close friends spending some time together and Mill Creek Park in Walla Walla. Oliver and savage had good reputations and the town they were both well liked the top students who came from good families. He had just returned from studying. In France. While savage recently graduated from Washington State University. The friends met up for a picnic in Mill Creek Park and even went for a swim in the lake. Mill Creek Park now known as Mill Creek Dam and Bennington Lake is a popular spot in Walla Walla. The sprawling six hundred acre recreational area has many hiking trails. According to The Washington trails association is also a popular spot for burgers orders bikers hunters runners and anglers that day. Robert Gates was in the same area for hunting target practice. It's not clear why. or or how but Robert Approached the couple sometime during his target practice activities. Walla Walla County. Sheriff Mike Humphries told the Walla Walla Union bulletin quote. I think he went up there to target shoot like he usually did. He came across these people and it happened and quote. He shot Oliver Three The Times. The last bullet was especially fatal. It pierced Oliver's heart Robert left savage with two fatal gunshot wounds one in her her shoulder and the other in her head behind her left ear. Robert took most of the clothes off. Savage's unconscious body and placed on top of Oliver in a sexual the Manor Robert covered both dead bodies with a pile of brush and army sleeping bag and a tire killers sometimes position. The bodies of their victims is in suggestive ways in order to send a message author and investigative historian. Peter vronsky elaborated on this in his book. Serial killers the method and madness nece of monsters. They're two ways. A killer could position a body post mortem the first is called staging when the killer arranges the corpses in a way meant confuse or mislead investigators. But if the victims are arranged in sexual or perverse manner that fulfills the killers on fantasies. It's called reposing. Considering that Oliver and savages bodies were hidden from plain sight. Robert may have been posing the corpses to act out a perverse fantasy for his own pleasure. Pleasure according to a two thousand four study in the Journal of Forensic Science killers who pose bodies WANNA shock anyone who discovers the bodies of the victims. The study also found that female victims tend to be the ones who are staged posed or left in some kind of unusual position. After being murdered posed. I bodies can indicate that sexual assault had occurred and that the manner of death was particularly hands on for the killer. Usually victims who are elected. An unusual position have been stabbed bound or bludgeoned. Robert Killed Savage at point blank range which also denotes a certain hands on closeness. The next day Oliver's brother Dan and his uncle Frank Munn noticed Oliver and savage didn't return home the night before Dan Mon- went out looking for them at Mill Creek. Dan recalled I saw funnier arrangement of debris near the edge of the creek by phone them. Dan In mon- drove straight to the local police station. The report what they had found in the park police investigated the murder and didn't turn up any leads at the time. It was also unclear if Oliver savage had been sexually the assaulted in the attack but Robert would never be a suspect in the murder. He would only be convicted of it after confessing to it over a decade later. In fact Robert was nowhere near the murders at the time. He had already distanced himself from the nearby prison and found new employment as a movie theater. Osha sometime later. In nineteen seventy five. He inland moved back to Roberts Hometown of Oak Harbor likely because his mother had been battling cancer shortly shortly after arrival. Twenty three year. Old Robert Lee. Yates took a job as a janitor at Whidbey Island hospital where his mother worked as the housekeeping supervisor in July nineteen seventy six Robert and Linda through a second wedding and were officially married. It took place in Oak Harbor with Robert's parents as witnesses. Linda officially took Roberts last name but she joined the family just as another. Yates passed on October. Ninth Nineteen Seventy six Robert's Robert's mother. Anna may died of cancer Robert and his friend. Godley were pallbearer center. Funeral Gaudy claimed that the death didn't affect Robert too much because Robert Anatomy didn't have a close relationship. He told the Seattle Times quote. Boys Aren't attached to their mothers. Like girls are. It doesn't throw us over the edge and unquote sometime in nineteen seventy seven. Robert became a father again when Linda gave birth to their second child Sonya on October fourth. Nineteen seventy seventy seven. Robert enlisted in the US army at age twenty five. He was older than the other recruits but proceeded to train basis in Missouri Texas and Massachusetts Sousse Hits in Nineteen Eighty Twenty eight year. Old Robert was chosen to train as an army pilot fulfilling his childhood dream of flying in order to become an army pilot. Individuals are selected for special training called Warrant Officer Candidate School Roberts Training for this took place at Fort Rucker Alabama. The army's aviation. Va Shin Center in July nineteen eighty before he was allowed to fly planes. He started his training with helicopters. Robert became a highly skilled helicopter pilot. His colleagues called him an excellent pilot. Knowledgeable and safety conscious from nineteen eighty until nineteen. eighty-four Robert was stationed in Hanau Germany erminie located about fifteen miles from Frankfurt. Linda and his daughters remained in Washington. But Robert visited the family while on. Leave during what Roberts. BIRT's trips home. Robert and Linda expanded their family during this time. Linda gave birth to two more children their third daughter amber in nineteen eighty and their our fourth daughter. Michelle who was born in Nineteen eighty-four. The Gates family now had four daughters. Sasha Amber Sonia and Michelle but but despite their large family Robert and Linda seemed happy to keep their lives separate. She raised their daughters while Robert served in the military. He rarely mentioned his wife to his army colleagues and many didn't even know he was married even when he was back in the states. Robert and Linda spent time apart in one thousand nine hundred four thirty two year old. Robert became an instructor at Fort Rucker. Alabama for various aviation training battalions. He was an instructor pilot for the. Oh fifty fifty eight. The Kiowa which was used as the army's primary observation helicopter at the time shortly after in one thousand nine hundred five Linda. Move back back to Walla Walla with their children and did not depend on Roberts financial support. Linda was happy for a bit but she found it hard to support herself and and her daughters on her own. Linda said quote. I loved the separation but the girls were pleading to be with their dad. They didn't want to be poor and not have anything thing anymore and quote so Linda Reunited with Robert in nineteen eighty eight in July of that year while Robert Lee. Yates was on leave. He returned turned home to Oak Harbor. Meanwhile in nearby Skagit County twenty-three year-old Stacy Elizabeth Han was working as a sex worker on July seventh nineteen one thousand nine hundred eighty eight thirty six year old Robert Encountered Hawn presumably while she was looking for customers. It's not clear. Exactly what happened during their encounter. But but months later on December twenty eighth nineteen eighty-eight authorities found haunts remains outside Mount Vernon she had been shot once in the head at I. Police believed that. Han was a victim of Gary. Leon ridgway the Green River killer. He was another active serial killer who targeted sex workers in Washington state. Eight at the time however Robert confessed to murdering Han years later and it would play a big role in his trial sometime in nineteen eighty eight eight. The army re-stationed Robert Germany. This time in Gulping in about one hundred and nineteen miles from Munich. He remained there for three years. We don't know oh for sure. If Robert Killed again in Germany but at present German authorities consider him a potential suspect in a string of twenty six unsolved homicides his involvement in those homicides is still being investigated in one thousand nine hundred nine. Robert's wife Linda who was still in the states gave birth to kyle all the couples I son and Fifth Child Overall Robert Favored aside and began to neglect his daughters. Sasha Sonya amber and Michelle. It's unknown in what ways he treated his son differently than his daughters. But it's usually typical for parents to view sons and daughters differently. Dr Glenn Wilson a professor in Gender and sexual psychology told the mirror that the fact that men and their sons share y chromosomes which carry more genetic material. Cereal and women's double x chromosomes could point to an instinctual preference for sons. It also may have to do with common interests. Wilson told the publication Asian in two thousand ten before the birth of father would assume he'd connect with his son. Psychologically more so than with his daughter and that they'd have more shared interests rests such as playing football but regardless of how much Robert character any of his children. He was often too far from home to see them. Robert returned to the United States dates in one thousand nine hundred eighty one and served as a flight instructor at the Fort Drum Bass in New York. Robert was also part of the Fort Drum assault helicopter division and he went on. Let's several missions with the team. It was during one of these missions that Robert drew attention to himself a story that would get more attention than many of his murders. In in December nineteen ninety-two he served in Operation Restore Hope in Somalia while serving Robert and his fellow soldiers became tired of eating army food and craved barbecue. Robert decided to do something about it one day. He flew the Kiowa helicopter over a nearby forest and took aim at a wild wild pig below. The pig was hit Robert and the rest of the crew landed the helicopter after the shot. The gutted the pig and loaded it onto Alexander thrilled for the fresh meat. Robert was not reprimanded for his unauthorized joyride or unbecoming actions. Dennis Mills who served with Robert Recall that it wasn't taken very seriously. He told the Seattle Times quote. They tried to court martial him because he didn't go through the proper channels. It all turned turned into a big joke after awhile. It didn't hurt a damn thing. They were just trying to get some fresh meat and quote. Many serial killers seem to display a violent tendencies towards animals children and adults according to an F. B. I.. Report in two thousand sixteen. If a person hurts animals then they're likely me to hurt humans or will do so in the future John Thompson Deputy Executive Director of the National Sheriff's Association told the FBI quote if somebody is harming an animal. There's a good chance there also hurting a human. If we see patterns of animal abuse the odds are that something else is going on end quote but nobody suspected Robert of anything more sinister at the time probably because they viewed his hunting trip as little more than a desire for good barbecue barbecue rather than consequences. Robert was promoted after this stint overseas in Nineteen ninety-four Robert returned to the United States and became a pilot who trains army aviation instructors at Fort Rucker in Alabama at the time he was one of only ten army instructors on that highly trained level. Miles Merrill one of Robert's former students recalled quote. Bob Was Really Kinda quiet. He was very methodical. saw things through quite well. Patients patients like you wouldn't believe and quote Merrill spent seven hours a day with Robert for the eight weeks of training throughout that time. Robert mentioned his children but never mentioned his wife merrythought. Robert was a single dad. Robert received at least thirty days of leave a year from the army during one. Such leave in Nineteen ninety-four Four Robert Bottle White nineteen seventy seven. Corvette he drove back to the base. A move that would later come back to haunt him. Occasionally and Linda attended parties on the Fort Rucker base with Robert. She saw a whole new side of him. At the events Robert Drank alcohol and flirted with other women. His colleagues colleagues called him. James Bond Linda was shocked at her husband's behavior but she tolerated it. His army pay helped support their family and she needed needed it for her children. Plus Linda was still living in Washington while Robert was stationed in Alabama..
"robert lee" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Five. Robert Senior was a young boy sleeping in his upstairs bedroom. He awoke to loud noises downstairs and went to investigate. Robert Senior saw his his father lying on the floor of a bedroom bleeding from his head. Novella sat calmly and quietly in another room as if nothing had happened but something did did clearly transpired between the couple. Novella had killed John with a double edged. Axe Medical examiners found that John Yates had had four wounds on his head and face including one that spanned the entire right side of his head and penetrated the brain. John was taken to the hospital and died eight of his injuries six days later on October. Eighteenth nineteen forty-five it's unknown. What prompted Novella to kill her husband that night police arrested Novella Vella and charged her with felonious assault? She was released from Warren County jail on a three thousand dollar bond. There are no records to show whether or not she was convicted of the murder. She was sent to a mental hospital for unknown and unrecorded reasons where she remained for seven years. Meanwhile Little Roberts senior grew up and married a woman named Anna may seven years after his grandmother killed his grandfather. Robert Gates Junior was born on May twenty seventh one thousand nine hundred fifty two in Oak Harbor Washington. He was the second child to Robert. Senior and animates. Yates was a quiet child. well-mannered mannered well behaved and well. Meaning he didn't make any trouble in Oak Harbor. A town on Washington's would be island with striking views of the Olympic mountains in the Pacific Gauchan Roberts senior was a religious man and a very involved member of the seventh day adventist church seventh day. Adventists is a form of Protestant Justin Christianity that believes in the forthcoming return of Jesus Christ to Earth. Unlike most Christian denominations seventh day adventists observed the Sabbath on Saturdays. They avoid meat drugs and alcohol Robert. Seniors Local Church congregation was made up of about one hundred people. Pe- took his participation seriously. He wanted to pass along his values to his son. Robert Junior grew up with a close bond to his father. His Father Coached Little League Baseball. All Team Robert Junior was specifically interested in pitching. They attended church together and Roberts sang in the church choir. They hunted deer. Went fishing and and hike together. Often Roberts close friend Al Ghamdi said there was a lot of respect in that family. They were the type of people you'd want as your neighbor from the outside side young Robert Lee. Yates was a picture perfect kid but despite this there was a dark stain on Robert's childhood at age six Robert Lived next door to a family with an eleven year old son. It's unclear if the eleven year old and Robert were friends but either way the eleven year old allegedly sexually abused Robert at age six. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology. Here just to remind her. She's not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has a lot of research for the show. Thanks Greg according to Dr Suzanne Babble. MFT thirty five percent of children. who were sexually abused? Grow up to sexually abuse other victims of sexual abuse are also much more likely to develop unusual or hyper sexual behavior and repeat the pattern of abuse in some way as we will see the sexual nature of Robert Gates is crimes are consistent with this behavior and could give us some insight on what motivated him to murder. Has He grew up. Roberts Neighbors Macabre knew him as a hard working young man he frequently mowed lawns around the neighborhood. Pumped gas at the local gas station and unharvested peas with a farmer to earn one dollar. An eight cents an hour but according to some sources Robert had a dark side even during childhood at one point he began hurting and torturing innocent animals at age eleven. Robert may have set fire to a house but he was not formally charged or accused of the arson in high school. Robert was a pitcher for the. Oh carber wildcats varsity baseball team. His former teammate Harry. Ferrier remembered Robert Dozen Average Joe saying he could throw a fastball with precision. He was kind of quiet a few of his. Oh carber high. School classmates and teachers remembered numbered Robert as a quiet student who turned in the statements on time. Robert also played football briefly but quit during his sophomore year in nineteen sixty eight. He had a steady girlfriend for most of high school. He wasn't just an athlete. Robert was also part of the school choir and talented writer. His classmates recall call today when he read a sonnet to his English class allowed. They thought it was a work written by Shakespeare but Robert had written the sonnet himself during his senior year in nineteen seventy eighteen year old. Robert's girlfriend moved away so he skipped the oak harbor homecoming dance instead. He invited close friend. Al Godley over to his home to play Canasta. A Card Game Godley remembered quote. He didn't smoke and he didn't drink. We didn't give into peer pressure. That wasn't our the thing. Our thing was hunting and fishing and hiking and quote Robert and Gaudy bonded over their common career aspirations. They wanted to become doctors. Turn Biologists or Park Rangers together. They went on a sixteen hour backpacking trip with the goal of catching twenty inch trout. The fish was famous for living in an isolated Lake Washington cascade mountains in addition to wanting to catch the trout Robert was fascinated by eagles and birds flying overhead in the mountains and dreamed of flying himself after graduation robbing God. He attended Skagit Valley Community College together while there he began again dating an eighteen year old classmate named Shirley Neil under he graduated with an associate of Arts degree in general studies in Nineteen Seventy Two at age twenty. Any Robert and neulander got married on August. Twenty seventh one thousand nine hundred seventy two and moved to the city of college place together to attend Walla Walla College. Robert chose that specific school because it was run by seventh day adventists at Walla Walla. He pursued pre med studies. But Robert's first marriage bridge didn't last long in nineteen seventy four Shirley moved out of their college place. Apartment returned home and ask for divorce. Her reasons for leaving the marriage are unknown unknown but twenty two year old. Robert didn't contest to request and moved on quickly. Robert began dating Walla. Walla college classmate. Linda brewer grew almost immediately after his split from Shirley Linda soon became pregnant in July. Nineteen seventy four. They got married in a small ceremony but but there was one problem. The marriage took place before his divorce to surely was finalized. Robert and Linda's marriage was considered invalid because he was still married. Read to someone else. But Linda didn't care. She was in love and for the time being. That was all that mattered. But about a month after their wedding roberts new pseudo. Pseudo bride began noticing that her husband had some odd habits. One day she found a whole he drilled in the attic when to realize the whole looked into their next door neighbor's apartment Robert had made the hole so we could watch the couple in the apartment. Next door had sex perturbed Linda left Robert but they quickly reconciled and resumed their relationship a month later. It's unclear if Robert continued his voyeurism in the attic. Shirley and Roberts divorce became final title in August. One thousand nine hundred seventy four a few months later in December nineteen seventy four. Linda gave birth to a daughter named Sasha. The birth of their first child filed motivated Robert to drop out of college and find a steady job. Linda's father had worked as a corrections officer at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla for eighteen. The years and Robert decided to join him. He became a guard at the prison in July. Nineteen seventy five. Though this career would be short lived some sources say twenty three year old. Robert worked the prison for three to four months and others say he lasted up to six months before he quit either way. Linda's family were confused by Roberts sporadic behavior. It didn't help that. Robert gave no explanation for quitting in fact his his real motive for distancing himself from the area wouldn't be unearthed for over a decade. Robert had begun.
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"This episode is brought to you by the new movie. The turning of thrilling horror from the writers of the conjuring starring Thin Wolfhard from stranger things. Don't miss the turning in theaters everywhere. January twenty fourth due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We've is extreme caution for children under thirteen Robert Lee Yates had been cruising around spokane in his nineteen seventy four Chevy Corvette when he was pulled over for failing to signal. The officers seemed congenial enough. In fact he was barely concerned concerned with Roberts traffic violation instead. He took copious notes on Robert and his car before wishing him good night and sending him on his way Robert. It was blissfully unaware that the spokane police were on the lookout for corvette like his in connection with a string of recent murders. But the officer. Yes sir made a crucial mistake. Instead of corvette he wrote Camaro and his report would never be seen by detectives on the Spokane Killer Case Robert. Yates would go undetected for over a year and murderer. Eleven more women before finally being caught the officer could not believe leave his mistake a single typo let a killer go free and put eleven women at the bottom of a ditch. Hi I'm Greg pulsing. This is serial serial killers on the PODCAST network every Monday. We dive into.
"robert lee" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Due to the graphic nature of these killers crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen friends and neighbors knew Robert Lee. Yates as an average rich show. He was quiet and unassuming to some acquaintances in his native spokane Washington. Yates was so unremarkable that they didn't remember him at all. Yates was a decorated army helicopter. Pilot he was a father to five children. He enjoyed working with his cars which included his beloved white corvette. I bet he lived a quiet unassuming life or so. Everyone thought it soon became clear that despite Roberts mild mannered nature he had a sinister side from nineteen seventy five until nineteen ninety eight. He murdered at least seventeen people around Washington state. Soon this unassuming average Joe became spokane's most notorious resident. Hi I'm Greg Paulson. And this is serial killers on the PODCAST network every Monday. We dive into the minds and madness of serial killers today. We're going to take a deep dive into the life of Robert Lee Gates a convicted murderer who killed sixteen gene women and one man in spokane Washington..
"robert lee" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"Crane operator. Kaiser spokesperson Susan Ash Said said quote. By all accounts. He was a good worker. He had a very good work record and quote but the job wasn't enough Robert. His darker side began to emerge coach of the most dangerous street in Spokane at some point in nineteen ninety. Six Robert Lee. Yates visited the notorious areas. East sprague avenue in Spokane. The area had a reputation for being crime riddled a haven for sex workers. The spokesman review reported in two thousand seventeen that throughout the years east sprague avenue head up to thirty sex workers a day occupying corners and throughout the nineteen nineties ninety s sex workers from the avenue often ended up murdered one particular East sprague avenue. Sex worker thirty eight year old Shannon ours. Alinsky was last seen alive. On May Twenty Seventh Nineteen ninety-six she was a former waitress and heroin user so Alinsky was also the mother to a twenty year old daughter. Zielinski had a criminal record with drug possession and theft charges. On that day. She was drinking alcohol with a group of men near Sprague Avenue. A police officer approached the group but no arrests were made later that evening. Witnesses say they saw Zielinski leave her nearby residents for sex work. She wore or a gray dress and high black boots. It's unclear how Robert met Solanki or how they're encountered turned deadly but on June fourteenth nineteen ninety-six six. The last day of classes at the local high school. Two teenage boys decided to investigate a rotting stench at their school bus. Stop in the foothills of Mount Spokane. They had noticed the smell for a few days and set off to find the source. The teens thought the foul odor might be coming from a deer carcass or a dead raccoon. They they found neither in their search. The boys reached Holcomb Road and explored the nearby brush. They saw something lying beneath low-hanging pine branches. It was the remains of a woman's body maggots infested a woman's body clad in a grey dress. A Blue Towel had I've been draped over the body barely covering it the boy spotted a pair of pantyhose a pair of white socks and one high black boot near the remains terrified. The teens ran home and contacted the police. They returned to show Spokane County. Sheriff Deputy Brent Garret the body. They had found sheriff's detective. Rick grabbed Stein examined the crime scene and theorized that the woman had been killed somewhere else since the forest area didn't show any signs of struggle or blood. The spot near Hokum road just happened to be the killers dumping site. The woman's head had two gunshot wounds. One other right side and one on the left police tried to take sperm sample from the body. That could help track down the killer but the body was too decomposed there was no. ID or wallet found. And on the body or nearby authorities used the body's fingerprints to identify her as Zielinski. Forensic entomologist logist. Dr Neil haskell examined. The maggots founded silence. Crime scene to figure out the data for death. He studied the development of the insect which was identified as the black blow. Fly Maggot. This detail would later become crucial to the murder case. The life cycle length of the black blow. Fly Maggot is determined. Woman'd Bhai temperature. Its life cycle will fully advance through all the stages if the temperature is at least around seventy degrees Fahrenheit otherwise its life cycle will we'll be stunted based on the life stage of the maggots found in the body and the outside temperature in the days leading up to the body's discovery Haskell determined that the bodies date of of death was around may twenty six or twenty seventh nineteen ninety-six this also aligned with the fact that Lewinsky was last seen alive around the same. I'm tired among the maggots. Grabbing Stein found a shell casing near where the body was found. Ballistics experts identified the ammunition used as a twenty ninety five caliber gun. Robert used this murder weapon for several more of his victims. Grabbing Stein had been familiar with silence ski and arrested her on East Sprague Avenue you several times for drug possession and theft. He was unable to recognize her face. Due to the advanced state of decomposition. The detective personally told Zelinski is mother other Shannon Laughlin about her death. She said she knew as soon as she saw him. Laughlin said. I always thought it was going to happen eventually. Robert wasn't identified as a suspect in Alinsky murderer at the time she lived too dangerous life in her east sprague avenue activities in addition to sex work she had recently ripped off a notorious drug dealer who vehemently refused to take a lie detector test. Dolinsky was also a potential key witness in the case against it's to Joe Joe Andrews a murder suspect who allegedly shot two people in Spokane in nineteen ninety four. He pleaded guilty to manslaughter a year later. Police initially believed she could have been murdered in connection with that case months later. Linda caught Robert with blood on his hands. Literally in in the fall of Nineteen ninety-six Linden noticed that Robert didn't return home one night. The next morning he returned home and blood covered the back of their van. Robert told her that he had run over a dog and driven it to a veterinarian. She said she believed him. It's unknown if the story had some truth to it or if the blood ed belonged to a still unknown human victim Robert began amassing more victims in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven after a big blow to his ego almost exactly exactly a year after his army retirement. Robert joined the National Guard in Washington in April nineteen ninety-seven at age forty five. His goal was to fly helicopters. Actress again lieutenant colonel. Rick Patterson a National Guard spokesperson said. He came to us very very qualified. Robert Train near Tacoma once a month in order for Robert to be able to fly helicopters for the National Guard. He had to undergo a routine medical examination. He had to remain grounded in the meantime but there there was a lengthy delay in processing the approval for flight. Some sources say an unknown ailment was found in Robert's examination and doctors kept him grounded from flight right from April nineteen ninety seven until spring of Nineteen Ninety eight his performance evaluations stated that his morale and dedication remained high. Even though he couldn't fly but on the ground there seemed to be another side to Robert. It was during this time period when he murdered the majority of his victims. uh-huh next week will discuss the thirteen murders Robert committed between nineteen ninety seven and nineteen ninety eight mostly on East sprague avenue new. We'll also see how a glaring clerical error involving his beloved white corvette kept police off his trail for years and during that time period this this murderous pilot was free to comb the St for victims but terror both on the street and in the sky there was literally no where to hide. Made from Roberts watchful eye thanks again for tuning into serial killers. We'll be back Monday with a new episode. You can find more episodes of serial killers as well as all.
"robert lee" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"Robert decided to do something about it one day. He flew the Kiowa helicopter over a nearby forest and took aim at a wild pig below. The pig was hit Robert and the rest of the crew landed the helicopter after the shot. They gutted the pigging loaded it onto the helicopter thrilled for the fresh meat. Robert was not reprimanded commanded for his unauthorized joy right or unbecoming actions. Dennis Mills who served with Robert Recall that it wasn't taken very seriously. He told the Seattle Times quote. They tried to court martial him because he didn't go through the proper channels. It all turned into a big joke after awhile. It didn't hurt a damn thing. They they were just trying to get some fresh meat and quote. Many serial killers seemed to display violent tendencies towards animals as children and adults according to an F. B. I.. Report in two thousand sixteen. If a person hurts animals then they're likely to hurt humans or will do so in the future John Tomson abson deputy executive director of the National Sheriff's Association told the FBI quote if somebody is harming an animal. There's a good chance there also hurting a human. If we see patterns of animal abuse the odds are that something else is going on and quote but nobody suspected Robert of anything more sinister at the time probably because they viewed his hunting trip as little more than a desire for good barbecue rather than consequences. Robert was promoted added after this stint overseas in Nineteen ninety-four Robert returned to the United States and became a pilot who trains army aviation instructors at Fort Rucker in Alabama. At the time he was one of only ten army instructors on that highly trained level. Miles Merrill one of Robert's former students recalled quote. Bob Was Really Kinda quiet. He was very methodical. saw things through quite well patients like you wouldn't believe and quote Merrill spent seven and hours a day with Robert for the eight weeks of training throughout that time. Robert mentioned his children but never mentioned this might merrythought. Robert was a single dad. Robert received at least thirty days of leave a year from the army during one such leave in one thousand nine hundred four Robert Badeah white nineteen seventy seven corvette. He drove it back to the base. A move that would later come back to haunt him. Occasionally Linda attended parties on the Fort Rucker base with Robert. She saw a whole new side of him. At the events Robert Drank alcohol and flirted with other women. His colleagues called him James Bond. Linda was shocked at her husband's husband's behavior but she tolerated it. His army pay helped support their family and she needed it for her children. Plus Linda was still living in Washington while well Robert was stationed in Alabama. So she rarely had to deal with his excessive flirting and other bad behaviors his time in Fort Rucker coincidentally aligned with the murder Rav -Tarian Corbett a nineteen year old transgender woman. who was killed on August? Tenth Nineteen ninety-five. Some sources. Say she was a sex worker. Corbett was last seen at a nightspot in Dothan Alabama located twenty miles. South of Fort Rucker the next morning Corbett was found by an unidentified bystander stander in a remote area along the nearby Choctaw Hatschi River. She had been shot in the face several times with a forty five caliber pistol at the time police least theorized. The murderer may have a connection to Fort Rucker due to its proximity. But that was little more than a hunch and no leads ever materialized. It wasn't until decades later that Robert was considered a suspect in the case Dale County. Detectives were unable to determine if Robert owned a forty five caliber pistol at the time but but they knew he would have been familiar with the area do his time on the military base. Though police consider Robert a suspect he was never formally charged with it eight days after. CORBETT's murderer Robert graduated from an instructor pilot. Course at Fort Rucker on August. Eighteenth nineteen ninety-five later that month. He received the Master Army Aviator Badge which symbolized his fifteen years as a military helicopter pilot. He had been a pilot for the majority of his eighteen years in the service office around this time. The army underwent a reduction in forces forty four year old. Robert accepted an incentive to leave the army after eighteen years of service. Yes it was a shock to most people because Robert was only two years shy of the twenty year mark which is when he would qualify for full military retirement benefits back in Alabama police continued. CORBETT's murder investigation several sources have theorized data forever did murder carpet. The investigation is most is likely what caused Robert to leave the army in Nineteen ninety-six Roberts deal allowed him to continue receiving forty five percent of his normal annual. Pay Likely Egli around twenty thousand dollars a year during his eighteen year career. Robert earned eleven honors including several Army Achievement Medals and Meritorious Korea service medals after retiring from the army in Nineteen ninety-six Roberts friend Al Ghamdi recalled that Robert found a good deal on a home in spokane Washington. Robert moved his family into the new home and South Hill on a cul de sac with well manicured lawns. But this idyllic neighborhood was unsettling Lee close to the most notorious street in spokane will learn how that street got its CD reputation in a moment now back to the story in one thousand nine hundred ninety six Robert Lee Yates and his wife. Linda hoped their move to spokane. Washington might rekindle the romance in their marriage. Although that that wasn't the case Linden Robert Soon realized that they no longer felt the same about each other but they decided to stay together as they raised their five children. Linda Said said quote. The Romance was gone but I felt guilty about splitting up the family. The kids love their dad. And just Kinda suffered through it and quote after leaving the service Robert found his military retirement. Package wasn't enough to support his children. He began to look for new job but despite being an accomplished pilot pilot has work. Experience wasn't directly applicable to the civilian workforce and he had trouble finding work in September nineteen ninety. Six forty four year-old Robert took a job at pantry. Link a company that assembled electronic instruments used in heavy machinery Pantr- all owner Tony Givens recalled unquote. He was a good worker who mostly kept to himself. Nothing really stuck out about him. He was just an average Joe pretty quiet. I didn't talk to him much but he seemed friendly. Friendly Enough and quote once Robert had a steady income. He took up a new hobby at home cars. He owned three in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty six Robert worked on the cars and wash them off in families front yard. The entire neighborhood was familiar with his enthusiasm for cars and neighbors often joked that they wanted wanted Robert to wash their cars to Robert hid behind his love of cars even as his own child got a sense of his dark tendencies one day in nineteen nineteen ninety-six his now nineteen year old daughter. Sonia found her father's address book and looked through it. She noticed it was filled with names of women she didn't recognize. Sonia started to go through the address book and call the Women One by one. She asked them if they knew her father. And they each answered no when confronted about the address book. Robert told Sonya that he was buying used car parts from the women named in the book. Even though the women said they didn't know him however Linda to had reason to be suspicious of her husband she noticed the family was running out of money has her husband. Frequently withdrew cash from. ATM's Roberts Response. He told her to get a job. Although Robert and Linda's marriage had been loveless for years. It had stayed physical but after after Robert left the service began to have issues in the bedroom as well around this time Linda recalled Robert used to talk about being impotent and wanted to take Viagra. Ah She remembered telling him quote. It's okay you're probably tired. And I'm tired and quote erectile dysfunction in men over forty is relatively common woman. A two thousand thirteen study of four hundred thirty nine men in the Journal of Sexual Medicine revealed that forty percent of men over forty were affected one day in one thousand nine hundred ninety six Linda found Roberts pornographic magazines filled with images of orgies. She also found a piece of paper with more names. A list of people interested in group sex another time. Robert Asks Linda if she was interested in kissing another woman. Linda had accepted. That Robert was looking for sex rex outside of their marriage. Meanwhile his assignments at Pantr- will slow to a halt so forty four year. Old Robert took a job at the Kaiser aluminum processing plant his colleagues. Were much younger than him so they often saw him. As a father figure Roberts. Kaiser colleagues described him as a family. Guy He he often took coffee breaks with Tim. Buchanan at the plant Buchanan recalled quote. He got along with all of us and quote. Roberts started out at the processing. Supplant is a carpenter working with carbon in the aluminum making process then. He became an overhead.
"robert lee" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"The study also found that female victims tend to be the ones who are staged staged posed or left in some kind of unusual position after being murdered posed bodies can indicate that sexual assault had occurred and that the manner of death was particularly hands on for the killer. Usually victims who are left in an unusual position have been stabbed bound or bludgeoned Robert. Bert killed savage at point blank range. which also denotes a certain hands-on closeness the next day? Oliver's brother Dan and his uncle Frank Munn notice taller and savage. Didn't return home the night before Dan and Mon went out looking for them at Mill Creek. Dan recalled I saw funny arrangement of debris near the edge the creek by foam them. Dan inman drove straight to the local police station to report. What they found in the park? Police investigated the murder. It didn't turn up any leads at the time. It was also unclear if Oliver savage had been sexually assaulted in the attack but Robert would never be a suspect in the murder he would only be convicted of it after confessing to it over a decade later. In fact Robert was nowhere near the murders at the time. He had already already distanced himself from the nearby prison and found new employment as a movie theater. Usher sometime later in. Nineteen seventy five. He and Linda moved moved back to Roberts Hometown of Oak Harbor likely because his mother had been battling cancer shortly after arrival. twenty-three-year-old Robert Lee. Yates took took a job as a janitor at Whidbey Island hospital where his mother worked as the housekeeping supervisor in July nineteen seventy-six Robert and Linda through a second in wedding and were officially married. It took place in Oak Harbor with Robert's parents as witnesses. Linda officially took Roberts last name but she joined join the family just as another. Yates passed on on October. Ninth Nineteen Seventy six. Robert's mother Anna May died of cancer Robert and his friend Godley were pallbearers. At her funeral Gotti claimed that the death didn't affect Robert too much because Robert Anatomy didn't have a close relationship. He told the Seattle Times Times quote. Boys Aren't attached to their mothers. Like girl czar. He doesn't throw US over the edge end quote sometime in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. Robert became a father father again when Linda gave birth to their second child Sonya on October Fourth Nineteen seventy. Seven Robert Enlisted in the US army at age twenty five five he was older than the other recruits but proceeded to train at basis in Missouri Texas and Massachusetts in one thousand nine hundred eighty twenty eight year. Old Robert was chosen goes into train as an army pilot fulfilling his childhood dream of flying in order to become an army pilot. Individuals or selected for special training called Warrant Officer Candidate School Roberts Training for this took place at Fort Rucker Alabama. The army's aviation centre in July nineteen eighty before he was allowed to fly I plains he started his training with helicopters. Robert became a highly skilled helicopter pilot. His colleagues called him an excellent pilot. Knowledgeable and safety conscious from nineteen eighty until nineteen. eighty-four Robert was stationed in Hanau Germany located about fifteen miles from Frankfurt. Linda Ed. His daughters remained in Washington but Robert visited the family while on leave during one of Robert's trips home Robin Linda expanded their family during in this time Linda gave birth to two more children their third daughter amber in nineteen eighty and their fourth daughter. Michelle who was born in Nineteen eighty-four. The Gates family now had four daughters. Sasha Amber Sonia and Michelle but despite their large family Robert and Linda seemed happy to keep their lives separate. She raised their daughters while Robert served in the military. He rarely mentioned his wife to his army colleagues and many didn't even know he was married even when he was back in the states Robert and Linda spent time apart in nineteen eighty-four thirty two year old. Robert became an instructor at Fort Rucker Alabama. uh-huh for various ages training battalions. He was an instructor pilot for the. Oh fifty eight. The Kiowa which was used as the army's Primary Observation Survey Shin helicopter at the time. Shortly after in Nineteen eighty-five Linda. Move back to Walla Walla with their children and did not depend on Roberts financial support report. Linda was happy for a bit but she found it hard to support herself and her daughters on her own. Linda said quote. I loved the separation but the girls were pleading to be with their dad. They didn't want to be poor and not have anything anymore and quote so Linda Reunited with Robert It in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight in July of that year while Robert Lee. Yates was on leave. He returned home to Oak Harbor. Meanwhile in nearby Skagit County twenty-three-year-old Stacy Elizabeth Hawn was working as a sex worker on July seventh nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight thirty six year old Robert Encountered Hawn presumably presumably while she was looking for customers. It's not clear. Exactly what happened during their encounter but months later on December twenty eighth nineteen eighty-eight authorities. I found Hans remains outside Mount Vernon she had been shot once in the head at first police believed that Han was a victim of Gary. Leon ridgway the Green River killer. He was another active serial killer who targeted sex workers in Washington state at the time however Robert confessed to murdering Hawn years years later and it would play a big role in his trial. Sometime in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. The army re-stationed Robert in Germany. This time in Gulping again about one hundred and nine hundred miles from Eunuch. He remained there for three years. We don't know for sure if Robert Killed again in Germany but at present German authorities forties consider him a potential suspect in a string of twenty six unsolved homicides his involvement in those homicides is still being investigated in one thousand nine hundred nine. Robert's wife Linda who was still in the states gave birth to kyle the couple's first son and fifth child overall Robert Favored his son and began to neglect his four daughters. Sasha Sonya amber and Michelle. It's unknown in what ways he treated his son differently only then his daughters but it's usually typical for parents to view sons and daughters differently. Dr Glenn Wilson Professor in Gender and sexual psychology told the mirror that the fact that men and their sons share y chromosomes which carry more genetic material than women's double x chromosomes could point to an instinctual who'll preference for sons. It also may have to do with common interests. Wilson told the publication in two thousand ten before the birth of father would assume whom he connect with his son. Psychologically more so than with his daughter and that they'd have more shared interests such as playing football but regardless of how much Robert Character cared for any of his children. He was often too far from home to see them. Robert returned to the United States in nineteen ninety one and served as a flight instructor at the Fort Drum Base in New York. Robert was also part of the Fort Drum assault helicopter. Division handy went on several missions with team it was during one of these missions that Robert it drew attention to himself a story that would get more attention than many of.
"robert lee" Discussed on WTVN
"Seven year old Robert Lee Slocum's charged with assault child endangerment and domestic violence DVD release surveillance video this week in the parking lot of the I. G. A. on Parsons Avenue from September twenty fourth the suspect was just to get the child dozens of times Slocum's down the Franklin County jail in a look of why judge granted Matthew portal and early release from prison that's coming up top of the forty seven Scott thanks yours traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens it's from temp star heating and cooling products have a wreck yourself hearing about joellen yoga pants we've got another problem seventy one south bound between Webber and Hudson accident against the left wall always P. is already here but they have requested medics server coming down seventy one south you want to stay to the right as you pass north Broadway and whatever hi way down to my free stadium north bound if he is still closed between six seventy and Morse that is due to the accident scene overnight is still investigating an eighty piece still going to work on trying to repair that utility pole that was damaged so again seventy one even tried take seventy one north out of downtown used three fifteen or you six seven east to two seventy north and for those coming in from Bexley seventy west bound with that an accident just before the east side split off to the right another accident scene blocking and left lane north found high street in front of cider downs traffic sponsored by Kota football season is upon us spend less money and skip the chaos of traffic and parking take coda to the Buckeye game instead of Delaware residents could take the data. bus find out how old coated dot com slash to football go Bucks O. H. I. O. traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tense from temp star and header heating and cooling the next update at seven I'm John Hill newsradio sixteen W. ABC six first warning weather.
"robert lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"'formation you want truth you demand. This is the friend kill me. The fact of the matter is I made clear that if I may feel comfortable I feel badly about that. I'm sorry. I did. On the. I'm not sure if for any my tensions. I'm not sorry for anything that I ever done. I've never been disrespectful intentionally, but then came in mocked it on sage next day, which makes me think the roll out which took an extra highlight tape together took really supposed to be before Easter after Easter who I think is a mistake to let them walk out by himself to a train while never reporter big name reporter to get a shot at him before he's willing to do is. I sit down interview, which I believe will be on the view, Shannon, bream choice us right now fresh off her show that ended at twelve o'clock last night that I heard the repeat of which sounded live to me. She is also pumped up because her show her book. Find the bright side the art of chasing. What matters is coming out in a few weeks, Shannon. Welcome back. Great to be with you Brian same year. Great to have you first off. The Joe Biden announcement is big is big. Bigger is how he fits chat. And this is going to help help all of our shows. Yeah. It's gonna be really interesting because you know, you have this dichotomy the party now and a lot of the candidates in twenty twenty field are pointing to their further and further abolishing packing supreme court. You know, all kinds of open borders legalizing pot and prostitution, and then you have him who has such a different record. He'll say I'm one of the most progressive or the most aggressive person out there. Clearly, he has a different definition than the current party. This group Justice Democrats who are supporting really true progressive wing of the party. Now, basically put out a series of tweets yesterday, saying listen, we're gonna end up deporting whoever is the democratic nominee. But we're gonna do everything we can to make sure it's not this guy. He's totally out of step with what we want. And you know, in one of the contrast made his very first big fundraiser with a bunch of corporate money last night and the rest of the field saying corporate money's terrible and will only take increments of seventy three cents per donation. Right. That dream. Embrace corporate money number one. You have none. He hates to raising money. Reportedly, always hated it. He's never gotten a lot of money. He's never had. He's got two terrible campaign stopped almost in those in the starting box. What I question chatted. I wanna get your opinion on this. I think to really helped Donald Trump is what he did yesterday. He brought up shorts film, his add any rolled in footage. They'll people say that is one of the worst moments Donald Trump and mitt to it's not great Trump is reluctant to do is go back into fine. What he meant. And if you play the whole thing out, which nobody does he is not defending Nazis. He saying there people at that event. Defending the Robert Lee statue at our heritage that nothing to do with skinheads Nazi's white supremacist, and that's what he was saying. There was violence on both sides. If Biden keeps going there it'll for Trump to define what he meant. Because this is an issue that will dog him. I'm very curious. Why biden? Used it in his opener when very few people on the stump on campaigning are actually going at Trump because if people wanna hear about them not about him. Yeah. In you know, we're told that there was a different video. There was initially different that do a lot of people yesterday. Well, this is kind of a dark way to start going back to really, you know, horrible woman died, and it was a bad situation. It's not sort of like, hey, it's more than America. Great. Now, he did go and speech to or his role video to talk about about the solar America. But it was very dark. It was sort of our country is over if you realize Donald Trump. Horrible things in Hobo people. And we've gotta stop the Nadan and the complete sin aggression of the country. It wasn't a hopeful uplifting. Message made a very specific decision about how he was gonna roll out what he was going to do. And we'll see whether it plays off for him to this. And I know, you know, this because I watch show New York Times yesterday story that officially ran tape, but broke last night Senator or vice president Biden the phone and cold, Anita hill twenty eight years later and apologize for. I guess not telling the truth about the time. She would testify the witnesses. It would backup her story. And the way she was overall treated in much to imagine his surprise. She was unsatisfied with the attempted outreach. Quote. I cannot be satisfied by simply saying I'm sorry for what happened to you. I will be satisfied when I know there is real change real accountability. And real purpose. He needs to give an apology to other women and to the American public because we know now know how d. Deeply disappointing America around the Americans around the country where about what they saw and not just women. I wanna go over Nita hill Justice Thomas, but the fact that he got rebuffed on day one is you million? Yeah. That's not good and his campaign. I think it was sort of. Private phone call between two people that kind of thing. But I mean, what she said in your time, basically said she wouldn't even characterize it as a policy. I mean, she wouldn't even use those words and she felt like yeah. He hadn't taken responsibility for what happened with her in that situation. And like, listen, you know, it's been twenty thirty years until he kind of gets what actually happened there. She said, listen, I believe people can change and can get it. But I don't even think he's there yet. I mean, it's something that happened in nineteen ninety one. He's had time to think about it. He said time to think about this conversation, and how would go, but however ruled out with her it wasn't enough for her. So you know, that one of the big things it's gonna come up that hearing he got so many other statement said all of our shows have dug into that you couldn't make them in twenty nineteen without getting in serious trouble. And he's going to have to answer questions to, you know, the minority party to who have said, listen, we think you did a terrible job. He's crime bills and other things that were not helpful for us and for our. Unity's in. So he's got a lot of explaining to do, you know, we're defending his record. I mean my goodness. Who's the same as nineteen seventy eight is they were eighty eight ninety eight two thousand eight two thousand nineteen. So we could talk about America's change. How reacted proud of what he's done in the experience. He has. I think apologizing I think America's tired of the apology. I mean, we have a president would apologize at all. Maybe that's too severe. But the apologizing nonstop makes you wonder where the sincerity begins. But I guess we'll have to see I want to ask you this question as somebody who is not cynical by nature, hence the title of your book. I wanna see one democrat until me if I will be at least curious about what the FBI and intelligence community and Obama's ration- may or may not have been up to during the days of the campaign and the transition at least curious, especially when the inspector general report comes out, and they talk about in detail about the insurance plan and everything else. Do you think I'll see that? Why see one democrat Chris coons way the microphone say am disturbed about this? What do you think? I honestly think you may have a handful of folks that would be willing to step up and say that now it's not good timing for them. Because if it's negative you're going into twenty twenty and they're not gonna want to give the president any anything any leeway at all or any credit on that topic. I think that we really hard. But I think that they're a couple of people in the Mike you mentioned Chris coons who may say, listen every American it doesn't matter if you're democrat or Republican you should be worried if our intelligence agencies and national law enforcement apparatus is used to spy on a campaign or a political opponent. I mean that really should scare everybody that actually happened. So as you said, I mean, we'll get something from the general you've got this attorney. He was attorney Don Huber's investigation going on. And clearly attorney general bar has committed publicly and privately to the fact that he wants to dig into the order of this stuff as well. Last night, the president on with Sean Hannity said, I'm declassifying everything. Not just stuff. You mentioned Sean stuff. We haven't even talked about. Are you don't know about buying everything? I'm glad I waited 'til after Muller people would've accused me of obstruction coming. So I think that we're gonna have a lot more information in the next few weeks. And it will be interesting to see who stepped up and says if there were problems in the problem, regardless of party, we can't allow our ages. You remember, Shannon? We weren't on speaking terms in. But do you remember when President Bush was in office any hired Porter Goss, and the and all types of chaos broke loose and thinks are leaking out about the Bush administration and the war and the way the stop it. They basically told Bush was to get rid of Puerto Gaza. And they did that was was Senator Schumer's referring to if you take on the intelligence community, which the president. Did they have fifty ways to Sunday to get back to you? The president's actually getting back at them for getting back at him perha-. That's the story line that we're we're all following. First of all I was in kindergarten. When that Goss thing has it. Kindergartener? So I know all about it. Yeah. They're not joking. I mean, listen, the intelligence agencies are supposed to be completely a-political nonpartisan. But we especially here in DC people who live in work could have had government are human beings. They have partisan loyalties. They have candidates favor disfavor. I mean, a lot of them not everybody's political beef that most people who live around here have opinions. And so yeah, you gotta take that seriously because they can look into your phone calls, or, you know, tracking who you're meeting with what you're doing dig into your financial records. They've got a lot of tool that their fingertips, and you'd be foolish to think. Otherwise. So I would think that the president is as could be wise to move on from mower fight the investigations and look on that how ever he just is on the White House lawn moments ago and told his reenter re-litigating the Don Mcgann situation when he said the fire or not fire mower that to me is not smart, you're the legal genius. And you have the legal background. I wanted to hang out my friends instead of going to law school. That's something. I have to. Deal with but you went to law school, and you Don Mcgann now all of a sudden Adler says where's the problem the president disagrees with his former chief counsel? I think we need to bring Dom again back isn't he hurting his case by keep bringing this up. Especially with some of these specific points. You leave it alone. If you're going to rest on the report and say, no, no obstruction. No collusion. This is what they found. But then you're going to pick apart pieces of it. Say that wasn't true. Either your down with the mole report clears you or you're not because when you start to relitigate taxable findings that were in these reports, then you give the the house investigators amunition to say like, well, he's saying the report is true. Clearly, it wasn't a clean factfinding. And all we need to talk to people now and find out what was true. I mean, you don't want to give them any opening. I think he feels like after as the attorney general said he was so furiously frustrated because he knew he had included with Russia and yet he had to listen to this for two years. I think he had so much of that that now he wants to take a victory lap and say finally clouded off of me. I don't have over my head anymore. The people who tormented me for two years, proven wrong. And I think he's just on such a high with it that he feels a little bit of invincibility. Would you don't wanna give an opening if you're him for congressional investigators say like, well facts, aren't correct my lights jammed not about those first two topics which you. Brand new level of insight. I brought up this question. I did a feature on FOX and friends today about youth sports, how they're pricing out our kids and kids at using out to play after ninth grade, I found out according to my sources, Pete the tour cheerleader and played volleyball volleyball is rising in terms of participation. So is cheerleading, but are you concerned about our next generation taking youth sports too serious? It's.
Baltimore rededicates ex-Confederate site to Harriet Tubman
"The area so we'll be a nor'easter but it will take a pretty far east track so this go around the highest subjects will be boston intimate so eastern new england but still were expecting some snow locally tomorrow night into tuesday morning could be some slippery roads what did three inches of snow is expected what's will be gusty but not nearly as strong as some of the recent storms most people are areas say they've had enough of winter for one year and many are still waiting for the power to come on after the last two storms about 2000 customers don't have any electricity but the utility says it hopes to have everyone back on line by later tonight allen lives and the marynich and has been running his generator nonstop since the storm hit but he's worried about his neighbor there's no louis woman the next door she's relive room with her daughter because it's very hard for her you know being alone in the cold weather and everything and she doesn't have any heat jcp l reports about nineteen thousand new jersey residents are still waiting for their power pseg long island now says it's restored all customers impacted by the nor'easter about four thousand customers remained in the dark in orange and rockland counties baltimore as honoring an antislavery activist on the same site where a confederate statue once held sway for nearly seventy years a stance you of confederate generals robert lee stonewall jackson stood in baltimore's weiming park dell until last august when the city removed the confederate symbols now that portion of the park has been dedicated to area tubman led slaves to freedom through the underground railroad this this great woman for ceremony saturday came on the one hundred fifty anniversary of tough means death.
"robert lee" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"All right everyone welcome back and speaking with robert lee's the author of risk a tale of wall street perhaps although it's fictional robert whose lung the truth as huron in saturday's than 30 years on wall street let me ask you that really quickly how close to reality is your expose of wall street uh it's a reasonable facsimile of what can happen when in tuesay as and gets to the point where it is no longer exuberance it has an outright bobble and in a bubble what happens is people start to see what's going on but then they refused to look at what's going on underneath and that's what happens in the book and in a sense i didn't really have to plot this book too difficult to look with a great deal of effort because the plot was already written for me uh the rating agencies in particular play a key role in this were they start by giving the bonds in all good ratings and then when the number of issues comes to market uh his his so heavy they cease to look in skied and everybody becomes enraptured with this race per fees which are considerable on these kinds of the structure deals and in that sense it's it's uh it's very much a real reflection of the kinds of things that went on the take away with uh with regards to uh the bubble mentality to sort of take things over it also is a decent expression of the inside uh turmoil it goes on inside of wall street there's a whole lot of fighting for space and i mentioned in the book that there's always to fight and wall street one is the mark if the other is your fellow traders and uh the one with your fellow traders usually turns out to do some more difficult uh the protagonist in the book uh francine to blah she invent the idea of the bronze but his forced to shoulder most of the work of doing the paperwork herself and she gets all of the clinton working none of the glory and finally decides to strike out on her own and as she does she comes in the conflict and it's the moral conflict of trying to keep high ground on the quality of the bonds the quality of the payrolls and the quality of.
"robert lee" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Robert lee from charlottesville um and it people have been talking about taking it down so white supremacists met to support the statue counterprotests um were met the white supremacists and violence broke out one woman died um and it was just a bad seen that created even more like a second wave of people looking at these statues and say okay not only are these possibly like creating a unfriendly public environment for people like whole swath of people that are americans here in the united states by these can also serve as flash points for violent and we should really wreak think peace and by the time this second wave happened state legislatures around the country especially in the south it intervened between the first wave in the second wave and started passing um legislation that said you can't remove public monuments especially ones that are dedicated to um warheroes wars that have been around for like forty years or more bright basically putting an end to the earth that easy removal of confederate monuments around the country and so all this is done is created this huge conflict well it was already a conflict one way or the other but this the the the conflict is is now both sides are just butting up against each other and you know when you push to masses together they tend to go upward and and as a vest basically what's happening right now lava is going upward here in the united states as tensions are rising and it has never been more tense in my lifetime and probably your lifetime as well chuck which are virtually the same thing if that's where we stand right.
"robert lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Robert lee was an honorable man he was a man that gave up his country to fight for his state which you and one hundred fifty years ago was more important than country was always loyalty to state for back in those days now we're it's different today but the the lack of ability to compromise live to the civil war and men and women of good faith on both sides made their stand with their conscience i had to make their stand with the language kelly you is straight out him sorta of 20th century textbooks notes that this the myth of the lost caused history is not history when it comes to the civil war history is not history general kelly and i think that has been borne out the history is not history when it comes siding go to the civil war i still trying to understand why david gregory mantoman john avalon daily beast and insisted samir site and just like to smear people the daily beast and at the gregory who used to be from meet the press at that time to have some historians discuss this issue and i think john kelly was clear thing i'm not a historian but he cancer ripping down statues and looking at people through the lens of today's politically correct understanding if you're going to preserve any of american history really understand the the virtues the sins that the mistakes that achievement and dare there can be honourindefeat and that is what john f kennedy said about robert e lee in his speech during the campaign and north carolina the rally coliseum he talked about the gallant failure gallant failure of roberty lee and the.
"robert lee" Discussed on WLOB
"So they got a guy named robert lee at espn and he's an ounce he's a gritty goodwin i've seen them on bunch of stuff he does football but are pulling him off the u b a home opener football game because his name was robert lee i'm sure his mental initials not e but it doesn't matter and here's the kicker the dudes asian i mean that's that's the funny barbie here they are discriminating against that asian guy because his name is lee and they're all people it sounds offends with name is robert lee nobody's ever set of what he's been on there for years nobody's there was anything about robert lee i tell you i've it's funny because i've seen them and it's i've never made the connection you know i've never gone wow i wonder if it was a confederate general i mean is this i've never made the connection they looked so much ally they do look exactly alike this from cnn on tuesday night the network espn confirmed that its management moved an asianamerican announcer robert lee off the university of virginia home opener football game simply because of the coincidence of his name earlier yesterday a source of told cnn that lee was abruptly switched to the youngstown versus pit game he had recently been promoted by espn so the switch was a sensitive matter news of the decision follows the violence that broke out earlier this month at a white nationalist rally in charlottesville virginia protesting plans to remove the statue of confederate general robert e lee the night before the deadly violence white nationalist marched across the u b a campus carrying torches they don't say ticky george because now picky torches races i told you the ticky torch people they commence enough we're not we're not rates we don't we don't dot com don't of.
"robert lee" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Once they start eating their own once they start sacrificing once the tina phase the former poster child for are all all on the left once she starts getting torn a new one on on the twitter israel that's when it all star collapsing under its own way because these are the pillars these were the folks that this whole movement was sort of built on and now you're going after them and yeah robert lee's sports caster robert lee and do a college game yeah at i'll tell you he's a they remove dim yes pin removed them from the university of virginia is flip all seasonopener because he has the same name as confederate general general robert really well for couple things first off rob i need or are there you can't tom apart i need a robbers when i need a robert easily robert lead means nothing to ninety nine percent of people robert easily means a general to ninety six percent of the people who don't know what side he was on i mean you're talking to americans now who were glued to their phones you know i mean what percentage of people who attend the college even know what side or what he did but robert lee means nothing nothing and he said asian guy and you guys are now drawing attention to this and i don't know where this anz well and like you've said about so many things you know who decided this are overlords ono do you wanna hear the statement that was released year has this is the statement the network put out we collectively made the decision with robert to switch games as the tragic events in charlottesville run folding simply because of the coincidence of his name in that moment it felt right to all parties it's a shame that this is even a topic of conversation and we regret that who calls play by play for a football game has become an issue but they made the idaho yeah yes there's one of a book but there's a simple remedy for uh all of this or ninety seven percent of this and it's the same one you use with a kid.
"robert lee" Discussed on WWL
"He did a lot for the government there in old that the country was an bad bad shape and he he brought the country back slope people could say well you know a nationally he he he did some good things you know but he was an absolute monster he was he he was a demon from from the hale you know and i'm at the point now where i find it one will i looked at some of these all of warburg's visits tunnel hard to imagine that someone could wipe out new ian should millions of people and thus same thing with the what's what's the slavery the way they treated people and can you imagine okay can you can you just imagine having a child and you raised that child the child's baby fourteen fifteen years old and someone says guess what i'm selling your kid and they had it and they had the right to do it in those years very like like what what the your comment regarding prominent earlier robbery aircrane robert lee may give a robbery credit for relief right our looker is right now how 'bout critic were not having played like it what are you like hey well greg of argue ordered bad and i think i prager arket hiring people wanted michelangelo and offers now because you may wonder cuban agreed on light at orchid rid of the monument now he the worst mayor in the world prayer nonparent get rid of it well i doubt it i'm more concerned about him not knowing about the the pumps thatcherite art and learned about the re arctic reader you could have never made him tokar president of the food and water park your armed and backed up next year or you're going to read them it now here create the point you who are get it utica effort in the critic route grant maybe wouldn't be all along with eu metered figured back row he got to live with birth who argued mark not wanna i wanna give a convenient for veering away with her good comment on what do you think there is anything we can do to stop bracelets of nazi here here's where some white people have a problem okay with me idled see races odds adult adult express racists and i.