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"shannon gilbert" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Scenes about a quarter mile apart. And then they came to me. All I had was what I was looking at. We knew that there'd been a discovery of human beings. We only had confirmation of two, although I was looking at four crime scenes. And, you know, we went with it. And Liz, this is the barrier island to the south of the town of Babylon, an extensive search that goes for on a good mile along the bay here south of the town of Babylon. You could see crime scene investigators there. then, And Tony, if you want to come back out, you can stay behind me and then clear up the beach right here. There are outposts multiple here. And then the next day was when it all really exploded. And police had been looking for another woman who turned out to not be one of these four bodies. So this started about six months earlier when a woman named Shannon Gilbert, who was a sex worker who advertised for services on Craigslist, had disappeared when visiting a client not far from there on same that barrier beach in a small community called Oak Beach. Fast forward to December, and just a single cop, a K -9 officer who was training his dog just out of the blue on a weekend found a body. They went back, but because I want to talk about the main suspect in this case, the only suspect, Rex Heuermann, coming up. But first, talk let's about these women. You've started an entire program about women who are missing. You know, these four women were sex workers. They had advertised on Craigslist. How do police react when it's a sex worker as opposed to maybe a college student or someone else? And I'll say two things before I start this conversation. One is that I have the utmost respect for law enforcement and what they do, but I think that there is a lot for of room improvement in this area of missing people. And two, that there has not been a lot of improvement since 2010, since this happened. We still operate in a society where there's lot of a judging of the victim. Where it is not uncommon where I meet with families and they say, police told me that that she's just a prostitute and that she'll come home when she's done working. Or they told me that my daughter's a drug addict and that she's probably just getting high. And that is not only demeaning for these victims that are telling you in their gut. They know that something bad has happened to their loved one. But it's also dangerous, I believe, in terms of an instigative standpoint. Same thing with mental illness. Did he or she mention that they were depressed? Yes, he or she had mentioned that they were feeling depressed lately. Well, you may just want to go look them. for This is not uncommon. That's an interesting question. Where did they die? Where were they killed? We don't know that. Do we know how they were killed? No. The cause of death has always been homicidal violence. You know, there have been times when skeletons are found, it makes it much more difficult to ascertain what exactly happened. am very interested But I in that. What was the cause and manner of death? How were they killed? And where they were killed? Was this at Rex Heuermann's house? The wife's hair was found on three of the victims. And there's only a few ways that that would happen. The hair was on his clothes and it transferred to them. They were in his vehicle or the victims were in his house. What was so moving at the news conference when they announced this? Their family members were there to say these were real women. These are not just sex workers and that's how they should be described. These were moms. These were daughters. These were sisters. And I think that's what we have to remember. And I think that sex workers in this country and women that are marginalized, they get pushed to the side and and people don't think of them as being real people. And that's where law enforcement I think needs to do a better job of really connecting with people and understanding if this was my sister or my aunt or my brother, would I want someone to talk to me like that or not take me seriously. We need to do a better job of remembering the lives behind these women. And I shudder to think about the last moments of their lives. They know it's a dangerous line of work. They understand that. But this has surely been a call wake up for a lot of them. The ones that I've interviewed have said I'm rethinking what I do. And I say to them, but we've always known that these women were victims of most likely a serial killer and they were sex workers. And by the way, sex worker is not an offensive term. That is the term they used to describe themselves. And I but said, is it seeing Rex Herman in person? Is that what's making you change your mind? And they said, exactly, because he meets the profile of many of their clients. White, wealthy, Long Island, New Jersey. And I think they're starting to understand and see that maybe they're not as safe as they think they are. Coming up Next, from storage units to a locked basement and homes in Nevada and South Carolina, we'll continue our conversation on where this case goes next. Plus, the next steps for Special Counsel Jack
"shannon gilbert" Discussed on WTOP
"We need to cut them to zero by 2050 on the picket lines actors representing the sag after union are on strike they joined hollywood writers who've on strike been since may residual payments are among the unresolved issues union employees who work UPS for are trying to reach a contract agreement contract talks between UPS and its 340 ,000 union workers have broken down UPS was hit by a fifteen day strike by union workers twenty five years ago when its impact on the US economy was much smaller CBS's Jim Cressula the federal government lends itself with way too much office space these days your CBS's Christopher Cruz federal agencies were embracing both hybrid work and telework for their employees even before the pandemic the government accountability office survey of twenty four federal agencies in the Washington DC area found seventeen of them were at or below twenty five percent occupancy in their headquarters New York architect Rex Curman has been arrested in connection with three of the unsolved killings known as the Gilgo Beach Murders WCBS TV's Carolyn Gusoff reports it was the disappearance of Shannon Gilbert in 2010 that led to the gruesome discovery of the remains of ten victims along a desolate stretch of Ocean Parkway near Gilgo Beach. Now a look at what's known as coercive control. Most people are aware of domestic violence but Loughborough University professor Pragya Agarwal explains that coercive control is a dangerous problem. It's regulating other people's emotions, it's regulating other people's choices, it's regulating their actions. It involves relationships where people are told what they can and cannot wear eat or think and some aren't allowed to speak for themselves. 95 % of the victims are women. Agarwal says part of the problem is how women raised. are That's how sometimes girls are socialized to be nice to others, to smile more, to not reply in a way that can come across as assertive. This is CBS News. Need to hire quality candidates fast? You need Indeed. The end -to -end hiring solution. Attract, interview and hire candidates all in one place. Visit indeed .com slash credit. 603 on Saturday Morning July the 15th. It's going to be a warm and Good morning everyone. I'm Dan Ronan. Thank you for joining us.
"shannon gilbert" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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